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38pmL0Wlncbeeterr f LEJunotlod t 2U pm 2 48 pm 40 U 02 am40 Clay Cityk 3 60pm i Stanton4 9 lU am 358 Uk JIm Campton JUlltn 9 38 pm 4304 485 pm pm 57 Nat Brtuge 571 9 43 IIW I t47pm 62 Torrent 966 am 610 pol 70 BeataiWeJ6 7U lU 17 am 9011 15 am 6 05 pm 1901 0KJuuope 94 1120 am 9LJacklon010 pm 3t CONNECTioNS Ih leE JUNCTlON lr lnl Not 1 and will make connection with the C OBy lorMt Sterling CiJtwbH JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 gaud 4 connect with the Mountain Central IlVitor Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVLLE JcJtCTipKTraln No2 will r Wake cuaneetlonat Beattyvllle Jute wUhth L and A Hallway for passenger to and from Beattytill- eOAKJrjNCTiox Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O fc K Railway for local f stations on the 0 K Railway rI W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHASBCOlXUeneasi Agent w 4- a onu RenWi Bailwaa Time Table May 21 I9Q6 r WEST BOUND No33 l r No21 J aUy ex STATIONS Dally ex fJ Sunday f 1 tlnDoay I 4 Pill AB1l0 27 PM Ana 5 20 0 Cannel CUr 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 a 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhurit 6 11 44 310 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND NoW I No22 Daily ex STATIONS Dally ei ttSunay 1 J L Sunday FAMLVE PMLVE 1 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 t+ 7 33 i1 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptour 13 1 44 837 10 VilhuntL 20 1 51 225we 930 0 Jackson 27 2 30 r i J t Noa21 and 22 will make close connectioi ifiat O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fo points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail 4 1IayM LCONLEY Superintendent1 mollntain GOntraI nailroaaI r No 1 No 2 orDEPART 4 ARRIV- F 600a mCampton1130 a m m- ff 2OOpmCampton000pNo 1 ARRIVE DEPART t 7 80 amCampn Junc10 O5 a 3 80 pmCamp Juno 440 pmI The MountaiiTrCentral makesI connection with all L E pas itsenger trains WIS HENRYS OD KTIB- EPBESKNTINO l THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods tad KoUo- laPORTSMOUTHOHIOa t Solicits the trade of the merchant of East t ern Kentucky and guarantees prima andJ v ff quality of goods HoldTorders for him 4 B T ROSE S O SAMPLE ROSESAKPLEWB CAMPTON KY S This firm will practice in all the Court t of Wolfe and adjacent connties BpacU- lSii attention given to Oorporilio Late tttsd Beal EststeitioetUsr Floor 1Fttriarrr r ltii ar f 1 1 1 i 14jn J1 ETTHE ANCIENT BO TR Oldest Living Thing of Which Man 1 Has Kept Record This bo tree the Ficus religiosa Isprobably the oldest living thing I f in the world of which record hap been kept by man and with the pos sible exception of the sequoia the oldest of living trees It was brought from India by the Princess Sanghamitta and was planted by King DeVananpiya Tissa in 288 B DIt is therefore 2195 years old Thepreservation of this tree has been an object of reverent solicitude to successive dynasties and either throughsuperstitious reverence br because of its worthlessness to a plunderer it has been sparedamid all the havoc of repeated invasions As recently as 1739 A D it wasen dowed with lands by Kaja Sin h a Kandian chief The bo trees age and identity are matters of absolutely faithful rec ord and when one recalls that in the rigorous climate of northern Germany in Hildesheim there grows a rosebush which is a thou sand years old it does not seem no remarkable that in the balmy climate of Ceylon this tree should have lived twice as long It is gnarled and unsymmetrical because many of its branches have been cut oft and sent to distant temples This bo tree is a branch of the tree under which Guatama Buddha sat when he attained Nirvana and Buddhists say the passion through which he pass ed communicated itself to the tree and caused all the leaves to tremble Each of the millions of pilgrim who have toiled alongthe sacred way which leads to this shrine has hoped to bear away with him a leaf from the sacred tree and happy is beat whose feet one falls The leaves hang on a slender stem and are easily stirred by the slightest breeze so each1 petitioner is rewarded for his pilgrimage by feeling that the tree responds to the fervor of his soul but few take home a leaf Many bring offerings to the tree and on a number of the lower leaves are sheets of gold placed there by jewelers and otlel wealthy worshipers Rosalie S Morton in Century Wall Paper and the Sick I am glad the walls of my bed room are not papered said the in valid Nobody but the sick knows how nerve racking it is to lie all day long looking at the wall paper that doesnt match It matches well enough you understand for people who are well They never would notice where the flowers fail ed to hitch or the stems met too far down the fraction of an inch but we notice it andworryover it and cry sometimes because it worries us so My wall is painted light blUe the color of the skies It doesnt hurt my eyes at all to look at it It doesnt worry me When the cur tam is down it is the very softest kind of blue so gratifying that I fall asleep looking at it Oh yeS the only thing to do with the walls of the sickroom is to paint them light blueNew York Press t FicherThe normal length 9f life of our common small minnows rarely ex ceeds four or five years and may bo much shorter but there are few sat pointIl garding the age of fishes or the re isEknown that the salmons of the Pa Icillc coast which enter the rivers in such immense shoals live to be four or five years old and then invariably die after once laying their eggs onemyear old On the west coast of Pu rope there occurS a small fish which is like an annual plantthat is all the inditittflals die each year and onlytRe eggs= i cc the seedre i main to produce the next seasons crop =St icKolas LatCouldnt Go thsr An rishinanhad just come over IIdIMrJi r hungry Nent to one of tkQew llSst hotds im New York When tho waiter appeared to take his order he said Bring me the best you have minutestheiwaterjiia bunch of celery and a lob stet When about time to check thegustonot eat his meal Well replied the man f I drank bon4netbait hrs s a rCt fk 1 iN r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distcinifriends 1 d y LAKDSAW LACo IFS I vrjt iiitftru Rollin Combs went to Campton on business Saturday evening Mrs Swango of the Swango fork visited at Landsaw Monday W W SwanjEjo of below Hazel Green is fn this section buying cattleIn our letter last week we should have said Harry inplace Char ley Caskey Corn in this section is starting off at a very good price bringing 00 cents in the field Joe Halsey is erecting a corn crib for Leander Barker Mr Bar ker says ho has bushels of corn R iv Jas Madden of this place preached the funeral of William Banks at The Calaboose last Sun day J 11 Tester W H Tackett and J M Swango attended the funeral of Robert Taylorr tin Big branch SundayHolt Bettie and Stella Shackel ford visited their cousin Sherman Shackelford at Bethel Saturday and Sunday Stephen Swango of Valeria vis ited his daughter Mrs ETsKash Sunday He has just returned from a trip to Illinois Kansas and Oklahoma and reports a nice trip Several of the young folks from this place attended a funeral meeting on Hnliy creek Sunday and a number went to the funeral of the first wife of Elias Shockey on Red rjver Silas Madden who some time ago went to West Virginia to work returned home Monday He is very badly crippled from the ef fectaof a crosscut saw cutting in to one his legs Opt 12 ANON Bat Close Call Mrs Ada LJ Croom the widely known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several montiieI suffered with a severe cough and consumption seem ed to have its grip on me when a friend recpmmeuded Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a com plate cure The fame of this life saving cougb and cold remedy and Inng and throat healer is world wide Sold at all dealers 50c and 100 Triall bottle free LEE CITY LOCALS 0Two croquet sets are kept busy here now- Arthur Kilburne of Cannel City was here Sunday A largo crowd attended the meeting at Rose Fork Sunday A good rain fell here Friday andI Saturday rt Everone was glad to see it Farmers are cutting their corn and will begin shucking in a few weeksBusiness iin a little quiet in this- stictionbit we expect better times after the election The Saints began a ten days protracted meeting here Friday night A good crowd is expected Thomas Smith has bought his partners intoresf in the general tore here run in the name of s iH3 Allen AML itiJa KoGaire of Let y I Y yourII TO CORRESPONDENTSMnilI I items early so they will reach our office mornllllMOIIIJnIfnot be published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only count has been visiting Mrs Asa Rose for the past week and left for home Sunday Miss Myrtle Whitaker acsoni panied by several young Indies and gentleman took in our town Sunday evening and attended the Saints church Asa Rose returned Monday from a two weeks vacation in Indiana Illinois Missouri Oklahoma and t Kansas He likes the west splendid and expects to locate there in the ninr future Dr Wiso moved Saturday from the Allison Rose property below town to the property once owned by Dr Carroll South Arnett will move to the property vacated by Dr W P Wise Charley Patrick moves to the property of Clarence PrattOct 12 A R HOWS THIS We oOer One Hundred Dollars Reward for may case of Catarrh that van not he cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J CHENEY CO Toledo O We the undersigned hon known IF J Cheney for the l lst 1 t5 years nod believe him perfectly honorable in alt buslnetg transaction and tinaiibncially able to curry out any obligations made by ids firm WUUING KlKNAN MtUVIV Wholesale nitrgistv Toledo O Balls Catarrh Curl is rake Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Suld by Druggists lake Halls Family rills for constipation SANDFIELD SIFTINGS o Ed and Byrd McNabb went to Ezel Saturday A large crowd attended the fu neral of Uncle Bob Taylor Sun day Miss Ninnie Motley of Ezel was a guostof Nannie Cntron Saturday nightMrs Lucy Sweeney is slowly im proving from a spell of typhoid feverArthur and Otis Kash of Still water attended meeting on Big branch Sunday N S Stamper and wife of May townvisited the home of James Monroe Toliver Roy and Edgar McNabb attend ed the bean hulling at R A Chil dors Saturday night Farmers are behind with their corn husking in this part of the country on account of so many candidates visiting thorn Clint Taylor and Miss Mary Landrum were married at thy res deuce of Rev I L Honaker lust Monday night As it was u run away match only two or three were in attendance Oct 12 GLENDOIIA Would Mortgage the Farm A farmer on rural route 2 Em pire Ga W A Floyd by name says Bncklens Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I over saw one 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 hud to mortgage the farm to got it Only 25c at all dealers STILLWATER SPARKLES v A T Combs of Campton dined with the writer Friday THE HERALD should be read by every Democrat in the United States Mre 8 C Rose has beep sick A j J hW YI11 till i u for the past stank but is slowly improving The school hoard of this subdi vision nut at Stillwater und niacin a levy for the needs of the several districts Lizzio Combs Ninuio Brewer Wayland Rose Sarah Combs Roe Rose Rollin Combs Arthur Kush and several others from Stillwater attended the meeting on Big branch Sunday A large crowd attended the fu neral of Robert Taylor deceased Sunday on Big branch of Rod riv er which was preached by Rev Ball of Lee county assisted by Jeff Brewer and other Goodor der prevailed and dinner on the ground was served Oct 12 DOMINGO Where Bullets Flew David Parker of Fayette N Y 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 dol lars to mo 1 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 50e at all dealers EZEL EVOLUTIONS 1 Everybody is rejoicing to see it ruin Younger Davidson of Daysboro was guest of Mr Motley Saturday nightJohn Goodwin the dentist is doing dental work at Frenchbnrg this week Robert Hartley from near town bought of Asa Dennis a fine gray mare for tea bushels ofcorn Mr and Mrs Billie Cecil of Grassy Lick were guests of J S Nickell and wife Saturday and Sunday Mr and 1lrs Floyd Rose visited her father and mother Mr and Mrs Oc Cecil inear Hazel Green Saturday and Sunday Bro Bicknell of Hazel Green will conduct preaching services at this place Saturday evening and Sunday morning and perhaps Sun day evening Miss Winifred Sample who is attending school at H G A ac companied by Miss Kate Swango visited home folks from Saturday until Monday Byrd McNabb of Toliver who has been visiting in Illinois the past six or eight weeks returned home Sunday morning and was seen passing through this place Sunday evening supposedly on his Mty to Mr Matheys Oct 12 AnnonVnvE INSKO ITEMS 0Born to the wife of George mum last week a boy Epp Lovely of McQninn was here last week on business John Burkhart went to Cannel City last Thuraday on business Harrison Burkhart of Pine Ridge is visiting relatives here Leborn Lykins of Malone at tended meeting here last Sunday The regular annual meeting was hold hero last Saturday and Sun day Miss Hanio Cruse is visiting relatives on Quieksand in Breath itt county J II Pugh of Red river passed through here last Saturday en route to Cannel City Mr and Mrs El Stacy who lives near Jackson visited Mrs Stacys father Pros Crate of this place Saturday and Sunday Oct 12 Dwa feAvl I PEKIN PROBLEMS 0 v i McCauReyS John Gibbs of Bonny has been at this place this week J G Yocum and wife of Ezel I spent Sunday at A B Hates John McGuire attended SundayIschool at Murphy fork SundayJGranville Mays has just com pleted a new chimney for S F Combs T C Osboro took a loud of po tatoes to Cannel City market Tuesday Fiti ley Ward says he hasnt slept much lately for it has been Day all the time t JJ Carpenter went to Mt Ster ling last week and purchased a Mitchell wngon W Miss Mollie Hale who is teach ing at Pine Grove visited htirpa rents from Friday until Sunday Walter Henry attended church 1 at this place 3unday He has just k completed a course in galologyII Uncle Hint Mays of Arnett has been visiting friends and relatives jio at this place for the Rant weekSalem s- aesjand Grassy played othbr game of MIl Saturday j which they tied the score hri tling 14 each r 1 jrIck1 f IPeeting I Will Wards 0 11A Sunday school i contention at-will 1 be held here October 25 and f 1 there will also be a box supper j Saturday night before J Oct 12 BUCK t- SELLA S SQOIE8 a J t ffMolasses making is over at this f k placeJSam Amyx and wifo are visiting bat tBuford Nickells Prayer meeting is progressing nicely at this place Steve Byrd is visiting at The Calaboose this week Corn cutting at night is the t1 center of attraction in this viciu I ityMiss Beatrice Long of Magoffm county s visiting relatives at thin place r Mason Jones sold six Lead i ofjcattle to Jim Wilson S o Price 15J4Grant Nickell killed a hog last week Edgar u gutting as fat as a butter ball f Rev James Tipton and wife vis ited at Grassy Lick Sunday and report a jolly time 1ellt 1 iMisses Golden Tipton and Myr i tle McClure were seen going to Salem to church Sunday Mrs Minnie Wilson of Demundj who was operated on some three weeks ago is improving nicely t 1 Miss Mattie Hall was visiting 9d11untilHazel Green Academy The ball game which was toivJhave been played Saturday be tween the Mizo Land Salem teams was postponed on account of rain Revs Murphy ofandHarry Gardner colotrDays boro preached at the school honesknear M J Longs residence Sung day night A large crowd was out Franklin Benton the ohoola5 pmelast j He employed Grover Asbarry to CrasebackOct 12 Q MPr CS t y M l if q j r TcdiJ m c ell 1sL l I14E HIPAiDrinterKllnttllo IHutKl trreen Pdat- zr1f affio aneoonil clalk matter SPENCER COOPER t Editor IIII t KYt t THURSDAY Oct 15 1908 1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET sti For President h WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska For Vice President it JOHN W KERN e of Indiana q For Congress Tenth Congressional District a AMOS DAVIS j r a of Morgan County t r For Circuit Judge 23rd Judicial District x J B WHITE of Estlll County For Commonwealths Attorney a A H STAMPER of Wolfe coun- tyANNOUNCEMENTSp r FOR COUNTY JUDGE CUIURR We are authorized to an OnAnUU nounce J M Bud SWAN o GO as a candidate for the office of Coun ty Judge of Wolfe county subject to i the action of the Democratic party 0are authorized to an 3 SNOCKEYWe ELIAS SHOOKE Y as a candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic putty We are authorized to announce- SHOWE P HOWE liS a candidate for County Judge of Wolfe county subjectp to the action of the Democratic primary r r We are authorized to an uND uM nounce ALLIES LAND RUM as a candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLEBK I I authorized to announe ILINDENWeare Linden of Gillmore an a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary G4 announceALLENI G c for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic primary 0POE COUNTY COURT CLERK announceTUTTthe office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party k V HANKSWeareauthorizedtoannounce I didate for Clerk of the Wolfe County court subject to the action of the Democrat c primaryt PIDOnit We are authorized to an ROBT L CAR r tsnouueeBOLL as a for County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party E 0FOR SHERIFF are authorized to announce f SMITHWe Hurra as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county t subject to the action of the Democratic party I are authorized to announce SALLEYWe W SALLEY as a can trdidate for Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democatic party anARNETr1 1 rtiasa candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe coun ty subject to the decision of the Democratic primary u FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY i j are authorized to an SIMPLEWe G SAMPLE of Campton as a candidate for County At torney of Wolfe county subject to the fi laction of the Democratic party G-jj POHJA1LER I oyERWeareauthonzedtoannounce the office of Jailer of Wolfe County sub jectj to the action of the Democratic party 4 ALEXANDER We are authorized to an nounce I J ALEXAN DER as a candidate for Jailer subject- to k the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR announceTYIIAsI I candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary are authorized to an CENTERWeI JOHN T CENTER aa a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT are authorized to an i TAULBEEWe JOHN W TAUL BEE as a candidate for County Super intendent of Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party 0are authorized to annouce ONEYWe Oney of Hazel Green aa ft candidate for County Superintendent r el fichooU subject to the action of the kcpriawr a II i Ii J ALmbfcrt bf Campion tIfl this1 week nnnoiiiibed through1 tlio coItlhuiB bf out bapor for the hbm ination for Jailor of Wolfe County band eubtnite his claims to the nation of the Dotnocratiu party with which ho has been identified over einco ho became a voter and over before He has never before for or held office nor has nSkPdlt family although he has alwaysII voted the ticket and the nominees He is an upright lawabiding citizeni i thoroughly identified with the interests of Wolfe county and if elected will undoubtedly make a safe and sure supervisor of the bastile contain ing the unfortunates under his charge He is also a humane and cleanlyman and will see that the inmates of the castle of doom are woll fed and kept cleanly He is man in short who is qualified to fulfill every duty incumbent upon the office and we feel safe in saying no prisoner wtll be shrowd enough to slip from his custody He is a brother of S C Coon Alexander of Daysboro and per haps as well known Anyhow we ask all Democrats to give him a fair deal and feel sure he will in no wise disappoint them W C SMITH chairman of the Democratic county campaign committee t was in town Tuesday tog have some bills printed announc ing the speaking by J Smith Hays jl and Col Charley Metcalf at Camp ton Saturday night Wo asked as t to the political outlook when he t informed us that everything was t as lovely as a sunny May morning Mr Smith impresses us as the right I man in the right place and from other sources we learn that under his management the county is in better condition to bring victory to Democracy than ever before Every precinct is equipped with a squad of energetic workers and all being enthusiastic Democrats vic tory 5a assured our ticket Campaign Contributions 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 Checks should be made payable to THE HERALD and endorsed for Democratic campaign fund A list of all contributors will be care fully kept and published at intervals and each person contributing one dollar will receive a nice but ton on which is a picture of Win Jennings Bryan surrounded by the words I gave my dollar did you The funds will be forwarded to the Treasurer of the Democratic National Committee according to the plan for receiving newspaper contributions Conscience Fund Aided Again After having drawn for years a pension to which he was not en titled an unnamed veteran of the Civil War has just returned to the United States government the sum of 1172 to be added to the ever growing conscience fund Commissioner of Pensions Ves pasian Warner related this remark fable case of stricken conscience toI President Roosevelt but refused to divulge the name not even dis losing it to the United State Treasurer in whose hands theI money has been placed Upon receipt of the pensioners certificate accompanied by two 500 coupon bonds of the UnitedI States a draft for 172 and an ex planatory letter stating thatt he writer had long been drawing a pension for which he had no equit able claim and wished to make fullI restitution the commissioner ex amined the records in the case The record was all right so a special examiner was sent out onI the theory that the soldier might be mentally irresponsible The man was found to be in excellent health and sound mind passel Do you want a handsome partout picture of the Hazel Green Academy and other buildings con nected with it Ifso come to TIm HERALD o1Icoaud see what wo have in that line 81t1Ddji fla111iAV6f Ib4l l- JncksohtiolJowing tub sHbbt ing of John Combs on Jotts creel App Murroll general fight waa narrowly averted between rival factions nenr the Owsley and Hroathitt counties lines by tho coolness and ready commandof I men of Sheriff Crawford After Combs was desperate fight11Iraffair He left his home above Athol accompanied only by John McIntosh These two men followed Murrell into Owsley county and found him surrounded by more than a dozen friends well nrmei with Winchesters Murrell was induced to return with tho officers on condition tha he be accompanied by his armed followingThe was well supplied with whisky and after a while began to quarrel among themselves Just as the Breathitt couty lint was reached Judge Murrell became enraged at Beat Garrard presented his revolver in Garrards face and was about to pull the trigger when his effort was arrested by Sheriff Crawford Tho Sheriff finally succeeded in delivering his prisoner to Magis trate 1 C Terry The examining trial resulted in Murrell being granted bond for his appearance before the Breathitt county grand juryDr C H Hurst who was called to see the wounded man reports that though badly shot through the upper part of time loft lung he has a bare chance for recovery In nearly every judicial district in the state except ours the office of Circuit Judge is held by me of the best lawyers in the district Whether we are to remain in exception to the rule will be letermined by the voters at this election The Republicans have nit up a man for this high office who has practically had no civil practice as the records of Ma foffin county will show and a little over 2A years of criminal prac tice as commonwealths attorney while the Democrats have nomi nated a man who has been considered one of the leading lawyers ind practicionors in this district for more than a generation The question as to which one of the two will make the best judge is not debatable We believe the day of yellow log politics is over in this country md that the salvation of the coun try rests with the independent voter Tho time has come and now is when the man and not the party should be voted for Wo have always been a Democrat but it is needless for us to assort that we have advocated and worked for the election of Repub lean nominees whenever we thought it to be to the best interests of the public service and that we were right we believe passing events have proven We believe that it is just as necessary to the welfare of the people of Breathitt county to have White and Stamper elected this year as it was to have some of the so called Democratic nominees de spentlourpublicans then We believe they night to come over and help us in the judicial race We do not ask any Republican to vote against Langley but on the contrary we supportIas a mem ber and that office is a political office But the offices of Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attor ney aro not political offices The Republicans have nominated in experienced men and the Demo rats able and learned men in theI law for these offices What shall the voter do Will he vote for his interests or will he shut his eyes and bo a yel low dog politician We do not believe there is a Re publican in this district who if ho votes against White and Stamper will not feel deep down in his heart that he voted ogaiut the best interests of himself his fam ily and his country Breathitt County News Ji ttJIII ftEVOLYING cows LESS Jam PERWRITE I 4ettefmJRSAMPI E EF MFGdbli OE KAiaiLU KANSAS CnV MO J Steel Web Picket Fence 1 Cheaper Than Wood The lowest priced good garden catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb Ill Kansas City Mo For sale by C S LOWE GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moet reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 2 5tf GEO RICE Fine Farm for Sale loner for sale my farm located In 1010r gan County Ky on Dlackwater one mne southof Ezel A geod dwelling with ten rooms halls and porches There is one drilled well and thrIll walled wells eah fnrnifiliiiiK nn abundance of water right IIn the yard All the outbuildings necessary including barns cribs Ac 100 Acres of Virgin Timber A FINE ORCHARD OP FilUlTS I will sell the 400 ACRES as a whole or divide to suit purchaser The place is fell watered and fenced In a good neighborhood has a good pair of stock scales and is within one mile of a good school lions on each of two tildes with telephone in the house Indeed everything is convenient Any one wishing a good home should coli and get my price before buying JOHN DIIENRY 62itn Murphy Ky AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY T1- 1ETOLEDO BLDETOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular In Every State In many respects the TOLEDO BLADE IIs newslloperpublishedonly newspaper especially edited for nation circulation It has had the largest cli culation for more years than any newspaper printed in America Furthermore it is the- eheapest newspaper In the worldas will- be explained to any person who will writ us for terms The News of the World ao arranged that busy people can more easil comprehend than by reading cumbersome plaitinwritten from Inception down to date Tin only paper published especially for peopli who do or do not read dally newspapers 1anll yet thirst for plain facts That thla kind ofa newspaper Is popular Is proves by the fact that the Weekly made now has over subscribers and la cit200000rearly of the United States In addition to the news the Blade pub Babes short and serial stories and many departments of matter suited to every membe of the family Only one dollar a year Write for free specimen copy Address THE BLADE Toledo 0- DR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profeatlonal services to the cl tens of Hazel Green and surrounding coat try and will answer all calls of afllictttm Office at his residence adfolnlng Haze heeD flan- kSEWELL C KOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY Oflers his professional services to citizens 01 Wolfe county and solicits the patronage 01 all who may have legal papers to execute Office at his residence on Bllllwater DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky Mm LOO DAY Proprietor Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated an lighted by taB throughout and special ao cooiiuodatlona to traveling turn i Our Fall Opening- We invite you to inspect our excellentii assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We willshow an exceptional array of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including the 61 famous ACH Trimmed Millinery MISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GRENN + KENTUCKYS HAZELGREEN ACADEMY Fall Term Opens Sept 8 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches iu preparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bets ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA rThe ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPHOMORE 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 Catalogues M O CARTER Principal i Money to Burn V j you have money to burn stolenj i Keep it in the house where it may be burned lost or but if you want to keep it safely whore it will always be i ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank account will give you a better business standing in the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on qur books we will bo pleased to see it there beforett t the close of the year 1008 e 51 51 S I THE HAZEL GREEN BANK 1 4 BuggiesI Buggies llI i thlllivlclnltycan now buy firstclass busies at home rI i am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable price I dont han die anything but first class buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere f Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call andsee me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully I JOHN II ROSE For headacbo Dr Miles AntlXMla nils C A BOOK OF MYSTERYThe y F IIYeMary Harriott Norris 1 12mo Cloth 3OO poses 150 Order pf Your Bookseller or the Publisher RICHARD G BADGER Publisher Boston rr- t fc 1c + JJ It r 7 IIri Jrrl X i it rr or 11 y af 4 i f p1 Iff j 3aqp rr-v I r 1t i r f inlI1 11ft I t I L tvLA h iJiijJ a C1tit Colds onIV flitAsk your doctor the medical r name for a cold on the chests He will say U Bronchitis Ask him if it is ever serious ask him if he preIwscribes Ayers Cherry Pec 1 toral for this disease Keep yourfamilypibllih our formal w0 banish alcohol Aw from our msdlolns 4 sWeurp yeardoctor you to When you tell your doctor about the bad taste in your mouth loss of appetite for breakfast and frequent headaches and when he sees your coated tongue he wil SlYtYou are bilious Ayers Pllli work well in such cases iJU4 by toe J O JLjttOa Lowell MaiL WE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP t John D Henry of Ezel was in town Monday to place Daniel his son in Hazel Green Academy Ja Call on Miss Falay Long and f see the splendid line of ladies misses and childrens cloaks Dr Nickell reports the birthof a girl to the wife of John Little of Lacy creek Monday Oct 12 Miss Mattie Rose and Mrs South Arne t of Leo City visited Miss Lou Ward of this place Saturday Misses Molla and Rose Coldiron spent Saturday and Sunday with their sister Mrs Taylor Center of Campton Rev F M Long of the Acad emy preached at Heleohawa Sun day and will probably preach at Salem next Sunday Roy Smith candidate for sheriff of Wolfe county was in to see us a few days ago and appears san guine of his nomination A Mr Dennis has rented a part of Aunt Liza McNabbs residence J and will keep house there to school his children at Huzol Green Acad emy Married Wednesday October 7 at the residence of Alex Shockey Garfield Walters and Miss Jennie Creekbaum Rev J W Dyer officiating J Taylor Day was in Louisville Sunday a guest of the Willard Hotel and it is probable he will attend court at Mt Sterlipg next Monday The many friends of Mrs A C Nickell will regret to learn that she is not improving Indeed in some respects her condition is a great deal worse S M Lykins of Morgan county J was last week appointed deputy warden at the Frankfort peni tentiary by the state board of prison commissioners Elder John S Sweeny of Paris who will be remembered by many of our citizens died at his home Wednesday morning at 2 oclock in the 77th year of his age Our friend and fellowcitizen 0 W Cecil has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighthsp for a beef liver and heart with which we had a royal repast J Cnosar Lindon a prominent candidate for Circuit Court Clerk was here yesterday to have some cards printed in the interest of his candidacy and is warming things up The B K Literary society of the Academy rendered their open ing program of the year Satur day evening in Pearre Hall Many said it was the best ever given by this society t LanKleyaJdacy for reelection to congress at h Hazel Green Saturday October Y 17 1908 at 7BO p m Ladies and children especially invited If Judge Davis the Democratic candidate is present and desires a division of time it will be oheer I fully granted Of So t 4Sse t- t t l 1JifI J r It i W j ToWH Marshal WI fi John oti wHo is also street commissioner with the assistance of T a y llor Ringo have this week made some much needed improvements on the street in front of this office For a good part of last winter it was almost impossible to get through the mud at that place because of no drainage Ho put in a wooden culvert ditched the street and sc graded tho roadbed that for quite a whilo the road will be good Col Jack Ringo of Monifet county his daughter Mrs Thos Fallen and two children of Wil mer Texas and his youngest son were guests of Taylor Ringo and wife from Friday until Tuesday when they left for Menifee county But before their departure Mrs Fallen called and renewed her sub scription to our paper so they can get the news of the mountains Miss Hazol Ringo who tins been visiting her sister Mri Ernest Elkins of Winchester for severa weeks came home Monday anf will remain here for a fortnight with her father and mother Tay lor Riugo and wife She speaks in glowing terms of the Winchester people and regrets that circum stances wero against a longer stay in that sociable town Mrs Nannie Kash left Friday to visit hr brother Sidney Mapel at Clay City and will be joined there by Mrs John Watts of New Mexico a relative of the Maize and Mapel families Mrs Watts is a sister of Mrs James Barnes who visited W 0 Mize and other relatives here a few weeks ago A Mr Tolson was here yesterday soliciting aid for Monroe Wood of Stillwater who had the misfortune a few days since to have his bouse andall of its contents lost by fire The amount he realized is unknown but our citizens to whom he ap pe led responded with their usual liberality An exchange says Six months and four days after the birth of her first born Mrs F Edwards has presented her husbahd with twin daughters This is a new Omaha record Mr and Mrs Ed wards were married less than two years ago The latter is only 18 years ol- dWantedA1 Salesman to call on merchants in Wolfe and surrounding counties Good prop isition for right party Good chance for i advancement Give references and experience if any Address Merchants Commission Advertiseing Co Box 448 Louisville Ky Lige Blankenship last week presented us with a fine fat possum and TILE HERALD staff feasted upon possum and sweet taters to their delight Thanks Lige and may you come often is expressed by all The latchstring always hangs outside for friends like you It has just boon learned that the volumes of smoke which have been hovering over the country for sew eral weeks past are caused by the burning campaign issues After the November elections have pass ed the atmosphere will be clear again Breck Amyx and wife of Cha nute Kas who have been visiting relatives and friends at Jackson and in Breathitt county for a week or ten days were guests of the Day House last night Frank Elam of Insko this weok rented of Ed Cecil the property recently occupied by Cracker Neace and will remove his fainly there sometime this week or the first of ne- xtAllthe Newstrhappens In the homo town the births mar riages deaths the social affairs the comings and goings of the pea ployour neighbors the notes of the schools and churches all those and many other new and Interesting r1v 1MIt k iJ r 1 4J J Farm 18 Wanted 0 Washington D C Oct l4 Wanted 8UOO practical farmer who would like to own homes of their own The Government has nearly 200000 acres of laud lying under the various irrigation projects throughout the west for whichwater will be available next season The farm unit on these projoclH varies in most cases from 40 to CO acres of irrigable land depend ing upon location In many sections a tract of grazing land has beenincludod in the farm unit wherever practicable bringing the totalup to 100 acres The only charge for these farms besides the regular laud office fee for filing is the actual cost of get ting water to them and payment may be made in ten annual instal ments without interest These irrigation projects are scattered over the entire arid re gion from Canada to the Mexcoi line In consequence every va riety of crop grown in the temperate zone can be raised on them If you want a fruit or dairy farm a garden for market truck a tract for diversified farming hog or poultry raising just write to the Statistician of the U S Recloma tion Service Washington D C for particulars Easy to Mix This What will appear very interest ing to many people here is the ar ticle taken from a New York daily paper giving a simple prescription which is swirl to be a positive rem edy for hncknche or kidney or bladder derangement if taken be fore the stage of bright disease Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle und take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime A well known druggist here at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the in gredients are all harmless and eau be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so He further stated that while this prescription u often prescribed in rhumatic af fliction with splendid results he could see no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and back ache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure clean sing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acid and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our read ers who suffer can make no mis take in giving it a trial The Maternal Instinct Writing of suicides Mary E Bryan in Uncle RemussThe Home Magazine for October de clares that it is a fact that suicide among women is fear less frequent than among men I believe the reason is probably due to the ma ternal instinc1t she says Wheth er consciously or unconsciously the instinct of motherhood even with those who are not mothers iniluncees women to selfpreserva tion This may come to be other wise in the day foretold by some So oiologiats when the maternal in stinct shall have died out the race being recruited by a chosen few whose offspiug the State takes in charge Should such a condition overcome to pass it would be when civilization had grown to be me chanical Misses Mae Williams Lillian Bicknell Katherine Cecil and Ora A Campbell paid our office a call Tuesday afternoon and spent a few pleasant moments in watching our andsorae young compositor Emin Elam manipulating type in the art preservative and in viewing Mr Habichts art gallery They were so pleasant and ladylike that Wi herewith extend them a cordial and standing invitation to call as often as they will Visits from ladies of such innocence and virtue are enabling and encouraging May God bleu and protect theme 1 dd 4yla J A j U P r0 D W Vest of Bohtly visited the family of Ron Murphy for the past week Milt Lykins of Camnrgo was in this section for thu pant week buy ing cattle Bon Murphy wife and littlo son Charlie Visited Hiram Pat rick of Ezol Sunday II MJBH Cora Murphy JH on tin sick list at this writing Dr Curl Gevedon is attending her Gilbert Ratliffo and family moved Friday to their now farm on Blackwater which they lately purchasedMisses lira and Golden Murphy Nora Zolpha and Maggie Pioratt attended the big meeting at Grassy lick Sunday All report a geol timeMiss Jennie Creekbaum eloped with Garfield Walters last Wed nesday evening and was married that night at Alex Shockays11ev James Dyer officiating i A 0 Creekbaum of this died Saturday evening of plocoII monia and was buried Sunday I evening at Ezel He leaves a wife and three children and a host of friends to mourn his los3II Oct 12 rrrIII Please Return the Books i foli editor of thisI pupor will oblige us very much by returning them We do not wish to hurt anyiuos feelings by publishing names but the list embraces COlltiIWlltIChickeus fieItackytackyBring your cabinet photographs to TimllKKAM office and let nin foreman Chas E Hnhicht mount them en posse partout It tout cost much lId improve I tit ill peuniiuo of the picture Com nil the office nod see sutn ut Ithey styles he hilsId Some say I am too high Prove the truth give me a try jCflTCome in and see me and I will surprise you Hun me fix your teeth and if you are nut satis fied I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky PUBLIC SALE 0 I Having decided to remove west I willon SATURDAY NOV 7 1906 oiler at pnblic auction to the highest and best bidder my farm of 148 acres more ur less cituitted three miles west of Ezel and two miles north of Muytown Good 0 room dwelling with all unwary outbuilding goodorchard never faiiing well mid plenty of stuck water CUll 111 ient to church and school house AliI i n good family horse cow 8 hugs hay corn oats household aud kitchen furni ture farming limbetc TenusOo farm onehalf cash hat I inIterestI on dayof THINKING OF MOVING WEST II not then make up your mind and write me for descriptive list of titans in Missouri Killing unit Oklahoma All tine level pru ductive lund that will grow imytliiiu under the ranting from 1 to 40 nu acruandconic where lite is made tolvr able llIy easy panfitrble farmliigyiiy sweat and fret life away In the vain ellbrt to out a mere miserable sustenance from ruek ribbed ront laced hillsides as yourekeII ther and lathers father did whet so notch goodI litnd to be hud yet awhile for u mere sung Get out of Ihirnlsbrellk away from the timeworn habit that keeps I your nose to the Krluditnne Ill It takes Is resolution mid a little nerve Write uir and let me help you to a helter condition 1L N1 PHIPPS Chanute Ka- nsasTREES i Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Strawberry Plants are I oneymakers Try em WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS HF HILIENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY jhk it = JL r 1f1n r II lpIr reW- FFFALL AND WINTHR MilliNERYmisses t announce that they hnvejnst received their Full and Win ter stuck of Millinery1 and a great variety of Novelties never before seen in Eastern Kentucky tFURNISHING + GOODS I for ladies and children including hosiery underwenr belts lulu novelty neckwear will be found in the display to which every one is invited MAPEL TROY + 0 j Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise 1COUNTRY PRODUCE c rI HAZEL GREEN KyjInvite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to theJnew stuck of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Hoots and Shoes Clothing Fruits andbVege- tables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress pS Goods Latest Prints Domestics all of which they soil at a small profit for CASH their policy beingtt IJuick Sales and Small Profits Soliciting your trade which wp hope to merit by fair dealing wo are respectfully yours JKash Johnson Kash jayEllis Johnson in connection with the store runs an uptodate Livery and Feed Stable Drummers hacks for hire at all times 11 THE PE PLE OF HAZEL GREEN il and the surrounding county are very Cordially invited to call andexamine our new stock of fall and winter goodsii which for cash will be sold lower than ever before PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yard Our Shoes are the best to be had So I bring your money and see what youii can buy at CECIL BROS Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so 1 busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as j sistant for which they can not make room with the goods I In Presidential Year 1908 t j Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read 1 An Independent Newspaper 1 THE EVENING POST DURING THE YEAR 1008 X X COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAYsFREEA New Kentucky I Governors Wall Atlas From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Willson All ot Xintuekyi Ouvrrnorm The only complete collection now In existence Evty true Kentucklan should have a copy In his home or once JCST O1T Tilt ritESS Is the new Kentucky map 1w t EngravrU peclaly for the livening Post at a cost of 3500 In atliltllun to this uptotheminute Kentucky map and pictures of all Kentucky Ow vrn or the complete census of ull Kentucky towns If given with jilcUiir of all the IreiUUiiU of the United States Ruler and Flags of all nations Mrim lilj routes mtlstlcul data In addition to the above there are nine y mill ot iual value Including the Ihlllpplnet Porto Rico Hawaii Alaska Ito maps of the United Stite Iunama Canal Eastern and Western Hoofs ll cu ivporta of tho last three national census and much other historical In lurmution t SUDfIIItIIlII malt or JJOO for clx months subscription Understand that these rates are by moil only nnd that subscription Price by carrier or agent Is 10 cents per week Tho Evening pout tIs first In everything has the moat State news and but a marliit reports A dally newspaper for the home 1 The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY 4 Special Price On Atlas and Evening Fist With This Paper j5- L p f7 1 i 1 tv I cj ALl4j r 10 j 4 t I 0 i h NeuralgiaPains Are the result of an abnormaJ condjtion of the more prominent nerve branches caused by con gestion irritation or dis ease If you want to relieve the pain try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They often relieve when every thing else fails They leave no disagreeable aftereffects Just a pleasurable sense of re lief Try them ox have ncurnlpla headache right r over my eyes and I nm really 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Internally purifying the blood dissolving the poisonous substance and removing from the t systemDR D LAND Of Brewton Ga antesI hd been a sufferer for s number of roan wUkLnmbuo aDd KhtumatUm myrmndja- atherromlmedia tb rcnudln 0conutedworn and PbI1e1lbuIlOUIldDOlbl1Jj terbumtIamsadklWnddlseaesOR Hancock Minn writes I AIItl Elrlbanhad uehawaakbackettMd 4y BbeumaUim and Kldni Trouble tbtt sbs oould not itand on brr feet Tb momant tber palna 1 treated berwlih HIloP8and today I aba niu around aa well and bpD aa can ba I preacrtba DROP8 toe my patient aad me II In mj practice FREEIf you are suffering with Rheumatism A Lumbago Sciatica Neuralgia Kidney toVus for a trial bottle of DROPS PURELY VEGETABLE DROPS Is entirely free from opium cocaine morphine alcohol laudanum and other similar ingredients LarceBlae Battle SDnopa 800 Daaea tlIIO For 8ala bj UractUUS- WANSOH i RHEUMATIC CURE COMPANY Deft 4 U4 Lake 1Itree tObis Tile Woester Bank WINCHESTER KY N HWiTHEBSiOON President j Paid Up Capital t 10000000 undivided Profits i 11000000 Uandaome Deposit 0- 16Iroyer til 850000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus at mess men generally throughout East r era Kentucky and offers its custom ers every facility and the most liberal legltlmate4bDkID KILL THE COUCHI urn CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHS fflSffi AND ALL THROAT AND LUND TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATI8FAOT0 OK MONEY REFUNDED B F BOLIN- GUNDERTAKEL CAMPTON KYr NFOEMS the citizens of Wolfe and iftheadjoining counties that he carries a Hno of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style special casket supplied on 24 Ours noticefinest made U orderedp Teai and hub furohhcd fuoersU- Alo can fill orrjfor tombstog1l1 r T 4 A u KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled To relieve tho congested condition In tbe bouse of reform at Lexington the orison commissioners will erect a hospit al a chapel and school building Upper Blue Lick Springs at David son the bones of a large mastodon deer and buffalo have been unearthed at a depth of 18 feet The bones are of enor mous size aud will be preserved Even In Kentucky Royalty has its weddings Only last week at Bohon In RingsburYIpronouced Royalty and Miss Sarah Royaly man and wifeBob Vearn a negro miner fell back ward from the porch of residence while asleep at Bosworth in Bell county and broke hit neck He was given an Xray examination and physicians believe they can save his life The store of A J Brown C Co of Paintsville was destroyed by fire mak ing a loss of between 6000 and 8000 partly covered by insurance The cause of the fire is unknown but circumstance point to incendiary origin At a meeting of the members of First Presbyterian church at theII recently aJ000 were raised in 29 utes for the building of a new church edifice It is expected that tbe 60000 I required tor the purpose will bti raised with easeII was shot by his I Phelps a short time ago in Frenchbtirg died from the effects of tbe wound last Thursday After tbe shooting Phelps turned the pistol on himself and sent a bullet crashing through his brainII A large stock barn belonging to I M ICMiI1IInsstroyed by fire together with nine head i of horses and mules farming implements I and feed The loss was 3000 with no insuranuce The fire was of incendiary I origin But for a timely downpour of rain last week Huddles Mills in Bourbon coun ty would have been wiped from the map by fire As it was two stores and a dwelling were destroyed The extreme drouth had nearly exhausted the water supply but the rain came and checked the flames Thieves went to the home of Mrs N 1 Buster on the Danville and Harrods burg pike robbed a number of bee hives and then set them on fire The hives were in tbe yard and near the residence and it was with difficulty that the flames were prevented from reaching the house While climbing a fence carrying a doublebarreled shotgun Richard New man aged 18 years of Jefferson county accidentally discharged the weapon tear off both his legs the charge having ellI tered just below the knees The boy lay helpless by tbe fence severa bours before he was found Tottering from old age and his hair snowy white E Burns aged 81 was taken to Frankfort yearsII week from Boyle county to serve years He worked a green goods game on a farmer securing 2000 all he bad in bank He Iis the oldest man ever ad mited to the prison Ira Phillips was shot and probably fa tally wounded in a saloon at Frankfort by Charles Kelly Kelly asserts that Phillips and a party of his friends came at him with knives saying that they were night riders He says he didnt take any chances so began firing laying Phil- Ips out at the first volley Ueorge Kerr a tanner west of Owings ville noticed a small fire in his field The fire spread rapidly and fifty acres off gray and about one hundred panels fencing were burned For a time resi dences barns and other outbuildings seemed doomed but by heroic effurts of twentyfive the fire was extinguished A large forest in Bath county extend ing from Slate creek to Licking river was burning furiously last week The residence of Clarence Crouch was burn ed His wife wrapped herself in a quilt I FOR- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHE PAIN IN CHEST- DISTRESS IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS f t OiotijU 0 = J l J and ran through the flames but was se riously burned Other houses were i danger and the occupants deserted them The cases aeahist Alex Hargls Elber- Hargis Ed Callahan and Jesse Spicer charged with complicity in the assigna tion of James Cockrill and J B Mar cum at Jackson pending in the Fayett- Circuit court for the past two years were stricken from the docket Common wealths Attorney John R Allen statin to the court that no convictions could be secured The state fire marxhnl and his assist nuts after a careful investigation claim they have discovered that n house in Es 111 county the property of N T Taylor of Winchester was burned by Jack Hawkins of Estill county who confessed l that be was hired to do it by James Lane of Richmond who wanted to collect 300 Insurance money on the house In which he ball been permitted to tits by Tay lor Both Hawkins and Lane have been arrested A Heathly Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health since we began using Dr Kings New Life Pills throe years ago says L A Bartlet of I Rural Route 1 Guilford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that does you good 25c at all dealers- Democratic Primary Call At a called meeting of the Wolfe County Democratic Executive Com mittee whichmet pursuant to call at the court house in the town of Campion Wolfe county Kentucky in the County School Supeiintendant Office on the 7th day of September 1908 tbe following members of said committee being a majority of same and a quorum were present Chairman T F Stamper 1st precinct Floyd Arnett ind precinct J P Umtj 3rd precinct J1 C Lykins by proxy Arthur Lykins 9th precinct W W Bryant Oth precinct David Banks Oth precinct 101 Barker 7th precinct Joe Ingram 8th precinct Walter Oli ver and 8th precinct A B Cox Floyd Arnett tendered his resignation as secretary of said ciinniilteewhich res ignation was accepted Motion was triode by Floyd Arnett and seconded by W W Bryanttbat A B Cox be made xrcretary of said com mittee Motion cairied and A B Cox committeeman from the 9th precinct was elected secretary of the committee The purpose of tbe meeting having been stated by the Chairman T F Stamperto be to name the time and man ner ot selecting nominees of the Democratic party as candidates for the vari- ouS county offices to be voted for at the regular November election 1909 tbe fcl resolutions upon motion having been 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 14tb dayof November IOCS between the bourn of G oclock a m and 4 oclock p m the polls therefore to be opened at the regular voting place in eachof said precinct for the purpose of nominating Democratic candidates forI each of tbe county offices to be yoted for at the regular electiontto be held in November 1909 the candidates to be selected being a candidate each for the fol lowing named offices County Judge Sheriff Superintendent of ScboulsI County Court Clerk Circuit Court Clerk County Attorney Assessor Jail er Coroner and Surveyor 2nd That all Democrats of the county who will be elegible to election fur the 11 respective offices to which they aspire atI the regular November 1909 electionI and who shall conform to the require ments rules and regulations of this Fri j mary Call as herein set out shall be eligible to and may be voted for as candidates before the said Primary for tbe nomination as a candidate for such ofI said offices as they may make known their desires to be candidate for in tbe providedhowever didate for more than one of the said off ices hereinbefore named IrdAny person or persons desiring to become a candidate for nomination for any of tbe offices before named hereII in shall on or before the 30th day of October 1908 said last named date being I just fifteen days before tbe time set herein j on which said Primary Election is to I be held make known to this committee I the office for which he desires to become a candidate by DO notifying the chairII man of this committee either orally or writing of tbe office for which he desires J to be a candidate before said Primary and ifbe desires to be a candidate for anyone of the first named eight offices J herein he shall pay to the said chairman of this committee and take his receipt therefoi the gum IIf C 500 rifhe d neither tiresto be taf candidate for the officfl ofCorQneror Surveyor ho shall antpay to chairman sum said amount so paid to lIe used in help ing to defray the expences of thin PiiI mary Election Except that if the nbseuefrom the county or state or cannot bo Quad then the secretaiy of said com mittee shall be notified in the moans notifiesg tion of the chairman and the same funds shall be paid to him and fur the same purpose as hereinbefore required to bo paid to the chairman Thule who are first to register shall have their noise placed first on tub ballots to bo voted fur for the respective offices fur which they I are candidates andeu on having prefer duce for places on the ballots in the order in which they register for tbe office for which they are o runthHt is to say whoever registers first for any i ffice shall have his name printed first on the ballot as a candidate lug that said office and I whoever registers last shall liktwitu have his name printd lust as a candidate said office and so uu through Any forII bli1cumlugI all the rules regulations aim require meats ot the Democratic party ana th e I law of this state governoring primary I elections And any person who shall have plaid to the committte as hereiube I fore mentioned his registry fee shall not be entitled to recuter any of saute from the said committee by action or othttr wise even though altar depositing saliie We should withdraw from the primary and have his male withdrawn mid whatever amount If any of lunds reinulnlug In the hands of this committee niter the expenses ol the primary election have been paid shall be used by the said committee to aetray the expenses lawlul of the puny In elleeling proper puny organization over the county and In ease a sufficient otnouut ot money is not paid to the committee to pay the expel ses of the primary in the way above desig noted then those candidates who ahull hue respectIve scribed shall pay to said committee what ever balance of said primary expenses re main unpaid ratably and In proportion to paidbyJthAll peisous shall be allowed a vote for a cuudluiite each lor the various county who are nt the time legal electors In the precinct where they apply for the privilege respectIve cr who will make oath that they did nut vote for any Itepubllcau candidate before regullirNovemller i conform to the eordulousanu qualifications prescribed by the committee having conii trol ot said primary and provided lurther that all mule citizens of this county and state otherwise entitled to vote but who are not yet 21 years of age and who will be ul least Bl years of age at the time of holding the regular election in 19W November shall be entitled to1 vote In this election and provided further that all persons desiring to vote in this Primary tlectlon 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 primary5th again at CuwptomWolfeoffice ifuvalluble otherwise In some other room of said court house on the 4th day of November 1908 at which the committee shall declare who are candidates to be voted for at the said primary election and shall at the sonic time and place make roperII provision lor having the ballots lor time va rious precincts throughout the county print ed and distributed and shall at the same time mid place and in the manner prescrib ed by law elect and appoint the varioultt of the thatprecincts county may up pointed at that time to wit Two judges a sherifland a clerk for each precluct of the couDtICth Within two days after the said pri mary election skull have been held und conducted as herein provided the election officers pi the various precincts after haver lug performed the other duties of their re spective offices required und enjoined upon them by law deliver to the chairman of pullbookstaining the spoiled mutilated and question ed ballots and the keys to the ballot box together with time election seal and the offi cars delivering same shall do so in the man ner prescribed by law and time officer receiving same shall receive same in the man ner prescribed by law at the court hpuse In the town of Campion On the third day after the holding ol suld election as herein prescribed this committee shall again meet in the town of Campion in some convenient room or office and shall then and there count the votes received by all candidates iu such primary election and shall deulure the candidates receiving the highest num ber of votes the nominees for the respective offices for which they were voted for at primary election lhe said sailII have the power and authority to declare 1nominee 1well1 7th Notice of this primary election call shall be given by this committee at least forty days prior to the date of holding said Ielection by the chairman or secretary or chairman und secretary hereof posting said notice at the court house door and at least twenty other public places iu the county ot Wolfe f fingHERALD 1Kb That this committee do now adjourn to meet again at the place hereinbefore des ignated on the 4th day of November 1008 tADnMgiES ANTIPAIN PILLS Illeidache I10 I rlftt Cr mpsli Thousands of ladies suffer agonies every month 61 If you do stop and think Is it natural7 Emphatit il cally and positivelyNO Then make up your mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering1 TAKE 1 J I 4 37 It Will Help You I suffered 9 years writes Mrs Sarah J Hos kins of Cary Ky I had female trouble and would nearly cramp to death My back and side would eteNow I can do my housework with ease and I give Oardui the praise for the health I enjoy Try AT ALL DRUG STORES I TRY YOUR LUCK vooooowoo sOO4ooo4ooooodoooaooooeoo4ooooooeooooooooooeoaeoeooooo4ooo 400000 25 in Free Presents ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooOO +OOOOooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 3000 The Wolfe County Democratic Primary Election to se lect candidates for the various county offices will be held in i the summer some time and THE HERALD avails of the occasion to increase its subscription list and at the same time give its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watchesf tt and chains razors combination handy tool holder cA 110m1 pays up and renews will have the opportunity to exercise f his brain in estimating the vote to be polled at the coming Democratic Primary Election 1 The price of THE HERALD is 100 a year in advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in ad vance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watch and chain next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob + next a fine razor c Use the estimate coupon attached Write your name plainly and make figures of estimate very distinct Then enclose 100 with the coupon and mail to this office These coupons will be filed and the day atter the election a disinterested committee will take charge of them and determine who is entitled to the presents The Presents That Will Be Awarded t Th 00plated J The person making the second closest estimate will receive n pn American watch good time piece and aluminum fob UuU The person making the third closest estimate will receive an fj 50American made razor as good as any ever produced U s The person making the fourth nearest estimate of the vote EJ00- The ff- at J the primary will receive the same kind of razor person making tho fifth nearest estimate of the total Q Cf vote at the primary gets a razor of the same kind UtUU 00I1 I N BASIS UPON WHICH TO MAKE ESTIMATE ssfeThe total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el ection of 1900 was 879 and in the Governors election of 907 Mr Hager received a total of 809 votes K roouoooooooooouoouoooooooouoooooooooooooooooo t Use thefform but make out Name1I yourestlmatei- II on any clean EstimaterStatState t bit of paper L tiSendcare of both Sincerely yours SPENCER COOPER I 1 If you have f r Headache Try One l- i 0WhV K They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no i- bad Aftereffects 4 h 4 14 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulkee cW1Ii L j t J o I