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Digital page images are linked to the text file. wrwntTO + 7 qSl I V 0f 1ltJt U f 0 fW L t IJlFTI b If Jit t j j t r p i iITHE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 1 o Established March 4 1886 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Oontinentby Max ORell J== 0 r AdvanceOwoernndI j n TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOUKJl 22 IWS NUMBER JlI Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND I Nol No3 NoS STATIONS Daily ex Dally and Sunday mi Sunday Sunday AMLve PMLve AHLve Jackson 6 10 am I 2 20 pOll 700 am- OK Junct 6 16 pm I 2 25 pm 7o am BeaUyve Jc 7 07 am a 20 pm 754 am Torrent 730 am 3 41 pm 81G am Nat Bridge 7 45 am 3 lItJ po 8 20 am Campton n 7 48 am 3 67 pn 828 am Stanton J5 am 4 20 pm 854 am Clay City 25 am 4 35 pm 902 am LEJuncn 18 507pm1903am Winchester J2 am 6 20 um 1012 am Lczton ar lam 0 05 pOI 1025 am jJEAST BOUND No2No 9 = STATIONS Dally and SundayII t Sunday PM LveAMLveI 2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 3b am Wlnchestes 20 II J3 am2 a8 pm 20 LEJunctlon II 26 pm2 48 pm 3 60 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 3 68 pm 49 Stanton1144 9 JO am 4 3U pm Campton Juntn S8 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 19 43 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 62 56 am 6 10 pm 70 BeattyveJc 17 am 605 pm 90 OKJuncn 90111 15 am 6 10 pm 94 Jack on 2U am CONNECTIONS L E JrscTmoNlrafns Noe land I will make connection with the C Olly for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ry tor Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVLLK JUNCTION Iralns No 2 will make connection at Beatty ville June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville O K JuNcT1oNTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local RallwarWManager OflASSCOTTUenP Agent oMio gllllwa ag Timo Table May 21 I9OB WEST BOUND No 33 121 kNo 21 Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunaym Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PM ABU 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 J 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 62 22 Wilhur t 6 11 44 310 27 OAK Junction 0 1116 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 IS IK No22 Daily ex STATIONS = Dailyj 81 Sunay m 1 Sunday AMLVK PMLvE 110 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos21 and 22 will make close connectioi at O A K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for h1J points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail Vii wayM L CONLEY Superintendent mountain gIIiIfoBf No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a m Campton 11 30 a m 200 p m Campion 600 p m No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 730 nmCampn Juno10 05 am 3 80 pmCamRn Juno 4 40 pm n The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger trains WJ S HENRY aenRR- EPRESENTING j THEJOSEPHGREREED n CO PORTSMOUTH OHIO iSolicits the trade of the merchants of East ern Kentucky and guarantees prices and quality oi goods Hold orders for him K T ROSE 8 O SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Counsei6rsatLaw yCAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts j1 of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Seal Estate Litigation OMoet Second Floor Farmer s aad Tingyakt rof I tti + i n lII I a Comuulcated The Judicial Problem To the Editor of TUB HEItALDI If the time has ever heen in the history of the country whoa tho voters irrespective of partyor creed should be aroused to the condition of affairs that confront thorn and awakened to a sense of duty surely that time is at hand in this the 28rd Judicial district In the outset let me say I mean to speak the truth and shame the devil If those who are in authority do not measure up to the standard heretofore maintained or required by an intelligent constit uency the writdr is not to blame If they do not possess the necessar ry qualifications to properly ad minister and to perform the du ties of theoflice which they occu py the people are not to blame When the venerable Judge Riddel surrendered with his life the office of Circuit Judge petty politics and peanut politicians gave us Judge Adams who in turn dictated the appointment of Kelly Kash as Commonwealths Attorney Who is Judge Adams The edi tor of the only Republican paper in the district a lawyer of ability a scholar anda gentleman tells us he is axaJfpuWjogger and is un qualified for the office of Circuit Judge Lets see Prior to hia nomination for Commonwealths Attorney he was not actively en gaged in the practice of the law ana claimed to be a business man who because of his wealthandl living in Magoffin 1 strong Re publican county was given the nomination but whose election is still a mooted questionIBe that as it may he got the office and how has he conducted it With good intentions doubt less but with such marked inabil ity and inferiority as compared with his predecessors andcertain well known attorneys withwhom hs has had to contend in the trial of criminals as to become a matter of common notoriety In fact his inability to cope with them became so potent and generally understood that in nearly every murder case and in many felony cases which came up for trial the friends of the deceased or injured party in order to uphold the law and protect their interests felt it their duty to go to the expense of employing assistant counsel It claimed that one lawyer alone has received some 4000 and another law firm about 2500 to say noth ing of a score or more of other prominent criminal lawyers who have been employed more or loss to assiat Mr Adams It can safe ly be said that before the people get through with Judge Adams and his pn toge as prosecuting at torney they will have paid at least 10000 to outside attorneys to as sist these officials whom the law and the constitution require shall be sufficiently qualified to protect the peoples rights and uphold the laws of the country Moreover Judge Adams was Commonwealths Attorney three years attended three courts each year in the throe counties of the district yet he never accepted a fee for or attended to a civil case of any jmpprtauc during that time anfhe wont tell you he gavb any particular attention to civil practice Nor will he tell you he is a good civil lawyer Yet he is Circuit Judge whose duty it is to pass upon the rights of property and the liberties of those ac oused of crime and ho is asking you Mr Voter to give him a fur ther leave of power Shades of Elliott und Lilley I Oh wellsays Judge Adams crime has so increased and the criminal docket grown so large I OIViljpractice True Judge crimei has increased t I V i alarmingly and no more fruitful cause can be given than the ac quittalof so many criminals dur ing your term of office Judge Adams could not find time per haps to look after civil cases yet they are always set for the last week of court after tho criminal cases are disposed of Mr Byrd found time to be on one side or the other of most of the important civil cases but Mr Byrd is a fine lawyer who never needed nor scarcely had the assistance of em ployed council during his term Now Mr Voter assuming that yon are rational have eyes and see ears and hear are you satisfied with the condition of affairs as they exist in this district Do you want build up a political oli gachy in this district to dictate who shall and shall not be elected to office Do you want the offices of Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney to become a political asset to promote the for funes and perpetuate in office un scrupulous politicians whose ability and competency are so lacking as to be utterly indefensible If so vote for Adams and Kash But if you wont to see these offices returned to their rightful place of honor and respwtuMlity mid ad ministered for the protection of your home life and property and the maintenance of society vote for White and Stamper and you will make no mistake ONE WHO KNOWS 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 fivo hundred dol lars to me I spout much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble to Iillle purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and well 50o at all dealers Historic Forest Fires The terrible work of the flames which have burned over and de stroyed hundreds of thousands of acres of timber and property to the value of millions in the Lake States recalls to memory other great forest fires which have stained historic importance says a United States Forest Service re port One of the earliest of those was the great Miramichi fire of 1825 It began its greatest destruction about 1 oclock in the afternoon of October 7 of that year at a place about sixty miles above the town of Newcastle on the Miram ichi river in New Brunswick Before 10 oclock at night it was twenty miles below Newcastle In nine hours it had destroyed a belt of forest eighty miles long and twenty fivo miles wide Over more than two and onehalf million acres almost every living thing was killed Even the fish were afterwards found dead in heaps on the river banks Five hundred and ninety buildings were burned and a number of towns including NewcastleChatham and Douglas town wero destroyed One hundred and sixty persons perished and nearly a thousand headof look The Preshtigo fire of October 1871 was still more severe than the Miramichs It covered an area of more than 2000 squire miles in Wisconsin and involved a loss in timber and other prop erty of many millions of dollars Between 1200 and 1500 persons perished including nearly half the population of Preshtigo at that time a town of 2000 inhabitants Other fires of about the same time were most destructive in Michigan A strip about forty miles wide and 180 wiles loop extending across wN 0 wsr4rtrJ r the central part of the State from Lake Michigan to Lake Huron was devastated The estimated loss in timber was about 4000000000 feet board measure and in money over 10000000 Several hundred persons porished- In the early part of September 1881 great fires covered more than 1 800 squire miles in various parts of Michigan Tho estimated loss in property in addition to ninny hundred thousand acres of valuable timber was more than 25100 000 Over 5000 persons were made destitute and thn number of lives lost is variously estimated at from 150 to 500 Tho most destructive fire of recent years was that which start ed near Ilinckley Minn Sept 1 1894 While the area burned over was less than in some other great fires the loss of life and property was very heavy Hinckley und six other twins were destroyed about 500 lives were lost more than 2000 persons were left destitute and the estimated loss in property of various kinds was 25000000 Except for the heroic conduct of locomotive engineers andother railroad men the loss of lift would have been much greater This fire was all the more deplorable because it was wholly unnecessary For many days before the high wind came and drove it into un controllable fury it was burning slowly close to the Town nf Hinuk ley and could have been put out Good Home Recipe Get from any proscription phar macist the following Fluid Extract Dandelion on f half ounce i Compound Kargon one ounce i Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle mind take a teaspoonful dose after each meal and at bedtime The above is considered as the most certain prescription ever written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of IUninory difficulties This mixture acts promptly on the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys enabling them to filter and strain tho uric acid and other waste mat ter from the blood which causes RheumatismSome who suffer with theallliclions may not feel inclin ed to place much confidence in this simple mixture yet those who have tried it say the results sre sim ply surpising the relief beingef fected without the slightest injury to the stomach or other organs Mix some and give it u trial It certainly tonnes highly recom mended It is the prescription of au eminent authority whose entire reputation it is said was estab lished by it A druggist here at Monte when asked stated that ho could either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription for our readers also recommends it harmless Moved His Residence Stockton Cal Oct 8 Spencer Cooper Hazl Green Ky Dear Sir I will have to ask you to change my address on TIlE HEll ALl again from McClond Cal to 541 E Minor Ave Stockton Cal lam like wild geese in this coun try go north in summer and south in winter As the hobo says I go whore the climate suits my clothes Yours truly CIAUDK B Swvxao cf Swango Bros A Heathly Family Our whole family has enjoyed good health since we began using Dr Kings New Life Pills three years ago says IIA Bartlet of Rural Route 1 Guilford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that does you good 25o stall dealers fa I I LANDSAW LACONICS u Lnngan Shockey of Red rivor was at thitf place Saturday Bud Swango left today for TorI enl in the interest of his cacdiiu cy K T Rash last Saturday bought of Green Hounshell an 800pound heifer for 20 N IL Combs bought of George and Courtney Smyth a 80uure tract of hind for 0050 Boone Tyro the great talker of Stillwator and wift took dinner with X L Combs Saturday Arthur hmishwho is teaching at folksjfromThere was an oldfashioiud dance al Austin Testers Saturday night and the young folks report a good time Prof W H Dean and wife pass ed Sunday with the family of N L Combs and report an enjoyable timeHon J M Tester had the mis fortune to get the leg of his film- ily broodmare broken above the knee by a kick from another horse Floyd and Boyd Hutton twins and boss hunters of this section have captured nine large coons this season besides a great num her ofopossums W H Taylor and W H Tack ett who contracted to build a barn for S H Kash of Hazel Green on his farm on this creek are pro gressing nicely 1v W Swango of below Hazel Green passed through here last week with a nice bunch of cattle having bought part of them from our neighl r Win Hurst Robert Rose lost week sold to Jeff Brewer 50 bushels of corn at 00 cents a bushel This corn goes to Dog creek in the lower part of the county where Mr Brewer has a log jab- Whatis wrong with HazolGreen For the past few days there have been quite a number coming to this place after meat saying there was none in Hazel Green Any way thoy all know where to come when they get out of something good to eat Miss Sarah Combs while at the funeral of Robert Taylor on Big branch on the 11th inst put her cloak as she thought under the seat of Roe Roses buggy but it happened to be some one elses and the result is that tome one gained a cloak while Miss Combs lost one Say Mr Editor a problem for you or some one to solve We have in several instances tried to pay our taxs and those of others for the year 190S with claims past due against Wolfe county and failed to do so Is lit possible that our grand old county tins reached such a state of bankruptcy that its own paper has to go down and the hardworking man with 11 claim in his pocket expecting to redeem his tax receipt must look elsewhere for the dollars so hard to get to pay their tuxes Surely the peo ple will begin to look after their own interests Oct 10 A vox Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several mouths suffered with a severe cough and consumption seemed to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a com plete cure The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold at all dealers 60o and U 00 Trial bottle foe I t pit ra i STILLWATER 0 SPARKLES i iNewt Chambers and J M Rose with Rev Jeff Brewer SundayDaniel and Ealy Kash attended SatIlIrdllY Boone Tyra was at Campton Friday shaking hands with his Democratic friends Time oil well drilled on the G W Lovelace farm by Spencer Marshall proved to be a gas gusher Jnhn Drake end Frank Camp hull both of Campton are to he gin building a chimney for S C Rose on Stillwater today Last week William Faulkner was badly beaten with rocks by his stepson Willie Honushel but the writer could not get tho par ticulars Nathan L Combs last week pur chased a tract of land adjoining hid farm from John Smyth for a consideration of 80050 3 Cii Rose took the acknowledgment i Jthn W Langley addressed a large crowd at the court house in Compton Saturday afternoon in the interest of his candidacy A great deal of interest was mani I fested j Douglas Evans is working a crew ofmen taking up the pipe line scraping the pipes and replacing them All who havejbeon looking for workaround here for the past few months are now getting it at the rate of 175 a day l Oct 19 DOMINGO i Would Mortgage the Farm A farmer on rural route 2 Em pire Ga W A Floyd by name says Bucklens Arnica Salve cured the two worst sores I ever saw 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 had to mortgage tho farm to get it Only 25c at all dealers EZEL LUTI NSII J E Goodwin dentist is at Maytown this week 1 Quite a crowd was out for Sun day school Sunday evening Ebb and Asa Henry of Bonny made a flying trip to this place Sunday Pickett Motley is building a 11 house for Dan Davidson near Daysboro this weekIMiss Ninnie Motley attended the funeral of Robert Taylor at Big Branch Sunday Quite a crowd attended the Teachers Association at Pekin from here last Saturday i Miss Emma Sample left today 1 for Hazel Green where she will visit her sister Winfred and other friendsMrs Ollie Sample nf near town and her daughter Miss Emma spent last Sunday with Mrs SamipIes father S D Goodwin 1 1live1 their daughter Mrs Floyd Rose and family Saturday and Sunday Daniel Henry left Monday for H G A where he will enroll in school We are sure he will be greatly missed by all but we aro glad to cee any one from our section enter school and the writer thinks there is no placojliko H G A for the boys and girls of east trnJKeulucky Oct 17 ARBOR VIT F Do you want a handsome passe partout picture of the Hazell Green Academy and other buildings con nected with it If so come to THE HERALD office and nee whafr rr- we have in that line t s 1 J I IrYJjJ 4Ji r MvLc I 1 I lItHE HERAlt n Entered atttie lintel Urrun Post offieenRteeond claim matter1 SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 22 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President r WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska For Vice President JOHN W KERN of Indiana 4 For Congress Tenth Congressional District r5 AMOS DAVIS of Morgan County Fur Circuit Judge 23rd Judicial District J B WHITE of Estill County For Commonwealths Attorney- A H STAMPER- of Wolfe county ANNOUNCEMENTS FOB COUNTY JUDGE QUlUnn We are authorized to an OfVAnUU pounce J 11 Bud SWAN GO as a candidate for the office of Coun ty Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party aOUnOlrTV We are authorized to an OnUuMll nounce ELIAS IBOOKEY CoulltyJudgeaction of the Democratic party I anLAnUnUInRUM as a candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county subject to tbe action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK- s Weare authorized to announeLINDEN I J Cesar Linden of Gillmore as a candidate for the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the Democratic primary aALLENWeI are authorized to announce G C ALLEN as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic primaryFOR 0COUNTY COURT CLERK r are authorized to announceTUTTWeI 8 TUTT as a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party HANKSWeareauthorizedtoannounce didate for Clerk of the Wolfe County court subject to the action of the hem ocratic primary CARROllWe are authorized to any KOBT L CAR ROLL as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to tbe action of the Democratic party 0FOR SHERIFF SMITHWe are authorized to announce I HMITH as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party SAllEYI We areauthorized to announce GEO W SALLEYas a can didate for Sheriff of Wolfe county sub ject to the action of the Democatic party w anyAIll1 1 aa a candidate for Sheriff of Wolfe coun ty subject to the decision of the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY 4 4SAMPLE We are authorized to an nouncelS G SAMPLE of Campton as a candidate for County Attorney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party HDLLONWeareauthorizedtoI announce- I R BOLLON M a coed date for County Attorney subject to rctheaction of the Democratic primary aFOR JAILER DYERWeareauthonzedtoanaouaceI jCountylubj ty I ALEXANDERWe are authorized to any flounce IT ALEXANDER as a candidate for Jailer subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR ASSESSOR announceTYIillscandidate for Assessor of Wolfe county Hubject to the Democratic primary 11ENTER We are authorized to an I nounco JOHN T CENTER as a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT TAIII DPP We are authorized to an lAULDCC nounce JOHN W TAUL j BEE as a candidate for County Super intendent of Schools subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party 0sf lEYWe are authorized to annouce Asps pfwoll subject to the action of tie jpeoocratlc primary t i RIHolloncuit court olork na n candidate for the office of County Attorney and whilo many may be acquainted with his official record some oreI perhaps not so well posted Ho is to begin with a remarkably popular politician and has a host of relatives in the county He was born April 20 187T admitted to the bar 1807 was Judge of Campton Police court from 1001 to 1902 and elected Circuit ClArk in 1003 In 1900 when the state board of equalization raised the tax rate of Wolfe county ho went to Frankfort at his individual ex pense and saved the taxpayers of the county 760 no insignificant sum to a pauper county While he has been in office several years ho is today as poor as a church mouse because he carries his heart in his hand and contributes to every charity We have been told that Rich Hollon couldnt see a person in distress j he would take off and give his top shirt rather than see one go away in want He is one of the most on thusiastic Democrats in the coun ty and for his limited means has spent more money perhaps that anyone man in the county to see his friends victorious His effi ciency in the clerks office together with law practice eminently qualify him for the place he seeks and should he be elected the peo pIe will know that every species of crime in the calendar will be prosecuted to the full All Demo crate know his earnest efforts and we are sure they will treat him right JOHN W LANGLEY congressman from this district and candidate to succeed himself on the Repub heats ticket made a speech here Saturday night last to the most intellectual and the largest au dience we ever knew to assemble in Hazel Green to hear a political speech and he was listened to with much respect Judge Davis was expected to be present and his Democratic friends were disap pointed that he did not come Mr Langley however had nothing to say derogatory of his Democratic opponent and Democrats in the audience commended him for the courtsey SOME of our Republican friends are sore about a few articles we have copied and communications we have published but they should bear in mind the fact that we do not endorse all other people say and further they must admit that THE HERALD has been very fair in treatment of Republican candi dates Personally we have no fight fornist Republicans But politics as the lamented Jewel said is hell and we all get our dose We dont like what the Lex ington Leader sometimes says but we like the editor all the same Withdraws From the Race Campton Oct 17 1008 To the Democrats of Wolfe Co Having previously announced myself as candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county and since that time several of my friends having become candidates for the same office and always having a greater interest in my friends than myself and thinking I might be of greater service to the Democratic nominees of this the 10th cohgressional and 23rd judi cial district of Kentucky I have declined to make the race for County Judge at the coming pri mary election November 14 1008 I wish to return my thanks to the many friends that so earnestly offered their assistance in behalfof my candidacy and hoping to live long enough to return the favor they have shown me So fellow Democrats the gentlemen before you are honest upright citizens Choose ye between them whom will serve you best and when the nominations are made you will find me in the future as in the pastbattling for the cause of Democracy until the victory is wonRespectfully S P HOWE TUB HERALD 100 a year sub BCribe now J I i 4rjd r w r=7CosaltESSrrANJLAcuLEY in his speech here Saturday evening paid glowing tribute to his lifelong friend Henry Godsey who he said was a brilliant example of what a moutain boy can do His remarks wore greatly appreciated by the audience which was composed of many of Henrys friends and relay tives Mr Langley received let ter from Mrs Godsey stating that during her husbands illness he told her that Mr Langley had been his best friend there in Washing ton and that in event ho did not recover ho wanted to go to him for advice and assistance if it should be necessary for her to seek em employment Her letters follow andexplain themselves WASHINGTON n P Oct 0 My Pear Mr Langley- II am sure you are a very busy man now in the Tenth district to I will write you as briellv ax possible- I am sure you have heard through home friends of Henrys death Durlpg his illness he insisted on my appealing to you In the event I needed advice or assIstance as suring me his friends would repay you for any kindness shown me I nni left a dependent woman and must get to work at once Of course I am and ous to secure u government position and If you will assist me I will try to secure a tern pory one In the Treasury Uncle Willie Mize Is here now and will assist me anyway he can I hope Mr Capers will help me Henry raving held his position under him I am so willing to go to the Bureau ol Kngravlng 11111 Printing or any depart merit and at the smallest salary Please let me hear from you at your earliest con venience Wishing you success in coming election I remain ery truly IlERTIK 11 GOPHBY WASIIINOTOX In C Oct 14 My near Mr langley I am just In receipt of your kind letter assuring me of your assistance on your re turn I appreciate your kindness und sym path Henry always told me to call upon you that you were his friend and your kindness to him in the past especially your letter to the Commissianer in his behalf when he so much needed Itwas a favor he nevor forgotI today if he could ask the votes of his friends and relatives in the Tenth district whether opposed politically to you or not It would be In your behalf and Its my wish as was Henrys so often expressed that your majority will be a larger one than before I know our friends will be loyal to you Henrys death was sudden and a shock to every one and I can scarcely realize he has left me I know you appreciate the fact that government clerks experience trouble III saving money Henry was handicapped by organic heart disease and the struggle was a hard one Consequently he left very little to be divided between his mother and myselfso I must be selfsupporting I think it best myself to wait until your return Thanking you again for the eu couragement and with best wishes lor suc cess I am very truly HEnriE B GOOSEY The Cecil School Improvment League The following circular letter has been sent to County School Superintendents by the Chairman of the Educational Committee of Womens clubs and deserves the attention of all interested Last March a special committee appointed by the Federation of Womens Clubs sent out circulars asking for contributions of 1 00 to be used in imroving the educa tional conditions of the state As a result a little over 3000 was realized It has been decided to set aside 800 of this sum to be given to the district that will do the most to wards establishing and maintain ing a Model School A Model School presupposes a comfortable and attractive building of at least two rooms withat least two teachers with an ad ditional room attached to the building or separate from it to be used for manual training for the boys and domestic science for the girlsIt also presupposes good sanitary conditionscloaanlineesI i proper ventilation lighting heat ing and pure water supply There must be ground sufficient for experimental gardens and ap propriate play grounds for both boys and girls made attractive by trees shrubs and flowers The interior equipment of a Model School must include seats with desks good blackboards maps and a library Will you kindly make known this offer of the Federation of Womens Clubs to your people and explain to them the conditions Tho school district receiving this sum will bo expected to agree to keep the school Ujto the stand i lcik = hr = i and of a ModelI School cornI Any district wishing to pete for this monoy should write to Mrs R N Roark chairman of the Education Committee of Womens clubs Richmond Ky stating the present condition of its school and the sum of inotipy it will raise or what it will do toward converting it into a Model School DO YOU GET UPII WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful ii Ijcuresi made by Dr I III l SwampRoottbe remedyt cal triumph of the nlne mil teenth century dls 1 I Illlll covered after years of li byDrnent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglamebles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not rec ommendedf everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and vw send your address to w- bDr KllmerCoBlng IBHll hamton N Y The regular fifty cent and Rome oC swampnooc dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Sort make any mistake bin remember thv1me Swamp Root Dr Kilmcr StngamoaN I Some say I am too high Prove the truth give me a try Come in and see mo and I will surprise you Have mo fix yourteeth nod if you are not satisfied I lose 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AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY TnO WinonostoI Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITHERSFOON President Paid Up Capital I 810000000 Undivided Profits I 11000000 Handsome Deposit of I rover I t I 00000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus Hess men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom enevery faotlityandthemostllberals terms banking loet2lv Vcr heartache Dr Miles AntiPain ills iiItIooii 1 Our Fall Opening- We invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We will show an exceptional array of Stylish and the jjfamousMISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GRENN +j KENTUCKY f HAZELGREENACADEMYFall Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Cummon Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to better prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPHOMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers Careful attention is given to euch student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Writo for CataloguesM O CARTER Principal J Money to Burn VIf you have money to burn d d Keep it in the house where it may bo burned lost or stolen 11 P P but if you went to keep it safely whore it will always be ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank account will give you a better business standing in l the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will be pleased to see it there beforo the close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Buggies I Buggies I Tile citizens of Basel Oren and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firHtclaxM Implies at home am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firtcliiHs buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go clHewher- rJIEirUempmber1f you want a FIRST CLASS liUHGY ono that will give- atisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call and seo me at my shop in Hazel Green RexpeclfullyJ01IIJ IL ROSE I q J iir1 tW I PUBLIC SALE o J laving decided to remoye west I will on SATURDAY NOV 7 1906 offer at pnbllc auction to the highest and best bidder my farm of 148 acres mure or less situated three miles west of MaytownGoodoutbuilding good orchard never failing well and plenty of stock water conven ient to church and school house Also a good family horse cow 8 hogs hay cum oats household and kitchen fund I etcTernsOa cub bal ante in land 2 years at G per cent in iliknowngEWELIi C itOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY ofWolfeesactttaOffice 13e ffOJ4 iF H0 UMTf e ft r irii n t 1 Ill j I ty j tft yl OurNew HairVigor Ayers Hair Vigor was gpod t Buttproved formula is better It is the one great specific for fall i ing hair A new preparation in 1 every way New bottle New j contents Ask your druggist to show itto youlithe new kind Don not change the color of the half Formula with sash bottle snow it lo tsar A detarors MTI It As we now make our new Hair Vigor It does not have the slightest effect upon the color of the hair You may use it freely and for any length of time with StopsidlingHad by tilt r C barCo Lowell Mos THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Miss Arta Dye attended the Mor gan county Teaohers Association which met at Pekin last Saturday IiThe Kentucky Clothing Co of was represented in our town this week by John F Carna han Mrs Emily Lacy has the thanks of the editor and hs better seven eighths for a half gallon of pick led beans Hon William T Perry was here this week trying to sell a bill of goods for the Van Deren Hardware Co of Lexington R H Ragland of the Hoge Montgemery Co Frankfort was interviewing some of our meroh ants the other day Mrs Frances Kilmore of Grassy Creek accompanied by her niece Mies Pieratt of Dayton Tonn was in town Monday Frank Elam carpenter and all round handy man this week moved to the Cecil house formerly occupied by Cracker Nence a W J Henry representing Jos G Reed Portsmouth Ohio talked trade with the merchants of Hazel Green during the past week Bristow Shackelford and family and Miss Malissa Shackelford of Gillmore visited Roscoe Shackel ford from Saturday until Monday Ellis Johnson attended court sales at Mt Sterling Monday and tells us that business was better than at any court in several1 months past John Wallis one of our most progressive and prominent farm ers has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a half bushel of nice turnips Among the numerous popular commercial tourists who visited our town recently we noticed R r H Bryan who travels for Bryan 1Jt Goodwin Hunt Lexington Mrs A 0 Nickell whose illness has several times been reported was well enough a few days since to visit her father and mother Masou Jones and wife near Days boro where she is now Inadvertently we last week fail ed to write that Cecil Bros have just received a now and elegant line of general merchandise including dress gnods dry goods and especially boots and shoes Seo ad in another Taco Lum Williams and BowenRose two of the G OP standard bear ers were hero Tuesday night as guests of the Day House and they were working some scheme for their party Democrats look sharp or you will get left Miss Gracie Frazier daughter of Mrs Alice Frazier who is a na tive of Hazel Green and was AI ice Swango before marriage died at the home of her mother at Bnshton Ill Thursday Oct 15 aged 24 years She had just at teuded and been a prominent promoter in a church supper at the Christian church of her town but returning home was taken sudden and died jo a few boor 4Hl YiL Jt Qif Ii a ACADEMY MOTES 0The number now in school is 180 Prof F W Long and wife visited Salem Sunday afternoon Last Monday Carl Pratt Kelly Combs and Troy Jordan were bap tizedProf Browning instructor in the Industrial department arrived FridayThe following students went homo over Sunday Glenn Hanoy and Tipton Oldfiold Hervie Stambangh sand Carl Quioksali attended Sunday school and fordsSupper at Public Square- S n y The U D literary society gave its first program for the year Saturday night after the speaking of lion John W Langley The H B literary society will render its first program next Sat urday night All who wish to come will bo cordially welcomed by the students and teachers Miss Miller took the boys and girls chestnut hunting Saturday evening but it was not a success fill raid as the chestnuts were all gone A grape hunt was then or gauizqd for Sunday evening which was more successful The students would be very much pleased to have such an opportunity to enjoy themselves each week LEE CITY LOCALS 0L W Rivers of Gillmoro was hero Friday Charles Rose of Rose Fork was in town Saturday Dayid Graham left Saturday for his home in Lexington 4 Tom Williams the tunnel watch man was here Saturday DtDunn was summoned Friday to see James Williams baby at NoolaAlf Miller of Trent is here prac ticing playing croquet with our champion H W Bryant Sr The Saints closed their ten days meeting Sunday night It was well attended and wo hope this place iis the better for itt- Among the candidates who vis ited pur little city during the past week we noticed Roy Smith Floyd Arnt tt J Cresar Lindon G C Allen and many others too numer ousto mention Oct 19 A R lr INSKO ITEMS Ii 0Andy Crase went to Lee City last week Howard Bailey made a business trip to Lee City last Saturday PresBailey visited his father J C Bailey of Belknap Saturday nightMrs Henry Elam is visiting relatives and friends at Campton this week RevW H Elam attended meeting on Grape creek last Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary E Taulbee is visiting her sister Mrs Dave Burton of Bays in Breathitt county John and Pros Bailey will start Tnursday to visit their brother Bob Bailey of Morehead Mrs Clark Hauey who is teach ing school in district 70 visited home Saturday and Sunday Mist Nannio E Fields our noted school superintendent visitod our schools last week and gave a vory interesting talk to the pupils Opt 19 GosaiPPKit Were GiveR a Poniiiag The following wits handed to us for last weeks pnper but it wee put away in our pocket and for gotten I October 7 mos Spencer CooperThe good peo pIe gave us a pound party last Saturday night and we wish you would return our thanks to the good people for we certainly on joyed their pretence I J W CRAVEN Ann WIFE We hope the explanation is suf ficiout apolygy because wo feel that Mj and Mrs Craven desire to pblicly ozpreM their fratitad 1 IIIfjffin IAor t SANDPIBLD SIFT1MQS 0Mrs Frances James spent Suh day with Mrs Bruce Stamper MyrtleOlark and brother attend ed church at Laurel Sunday Mattie and Lonnio McNabb spent Saturday night with Stella Catron Misses Aquilla and Rinda Had dix were guests of MrsWill Lakey Sunday Loguo Noble had the misfortune to get his barn burned one night last week Mrs Frank Agar will preach at this place next Sunday Every body invitod Mrs Will Hollon and family are visiting relatives and friends on Grassy creek this week Maude McNabb and brother Ellis visited their uncle Andy Toliver and family Sunday Sunday morning October 18 death invaded the home of Mr and Mrs Joe Ingram and God claimed as His own their precious little babe to dwell with Him on high as he was named was a bright little boy of throe years and four months and was the idol of his parents since hie could lisptheir names and had an affectonate smile for all whom he met While death has thrown a shadow oer their home while they are bereaved and brokenhearted in this world we feel assured he iis a bright and shining angel in glory whore there will be no more sick ness and death The funeral ser vices warconducted by Rev Boone Center of Hazel Grew and the remains wore laid to rest in the I family graveyard to await thn coming of father mother and lit tle sister 4 Weep not for the little one for ofcsnob is the kingdom of heavenAnother lltttle lamb has gone To dwell with Him who gave Another little darling babe Is sheltered In the grave God needed ono more angel child Alllld his nlrinfag band And no he bent His loving smile And clasped qur darlings hand Oct 20 GLENDORA GRASSY GAB o Marion Carter is on the sick list at this writing J H Day eft Saturday for Mt Sterling to dispose of hogs and sheep left over from the last court Harry Cecil and his accomplished sister Miss Lillie attended the big meeting at Sycamore grove Sunday I W B Barker and wife of Toms Branch visited his father Henry Barker of this place Saturday and SundayW Henry and wife of Greasy creek were guests of their son J D HunryMifrom Monday until Thursday Buoll McGuire moved last Reek from Hankie Cnndiffs farm to a farm near Grear spring which he recently purchased Miss Rebecca Phipps of near West Liberty daughturof the high ahoriii was a pleasant visitor at the home of J D Henry Sunday J J Day who was taken sudden ly sick Monday is better at this writing He aud his wife had just returned from a visit to Caney and Helechawa Eli Dayjud Lee Rose will mole their saw and grist mill to Lee Roses farm near J D Henrys new store Monday and will locate there for awhile A new I0OF lodge was or ganized at Goodwin Chapel Monday night with 25 charter mem bore MunSJUers from West Liberty same over and set the new lodge I iu motion While on J D Henrys paint ing Sam Wilson had the pleasure of shaking hands with over 2000 candidates Surely this home must be head quarters for candidates They have got the old Poet at sea he dont know which way toatoor Oct 17 rOftI t NaJN11 w PBKIN PROBLEMS 0Stanley Ward visited relatives at Mariba last week Sam Lykins and wife of Caney visited G W Stacy last wank Several from this place attendee the funeral meeting at Grassy Lick last Sunday A good crowd attended the Teachers Association hold htre last Saturday Shaking hands with candidates is the lending feature of the day at this placo Ebb Henry and Finloy Ware have just returned from a pleasure trip in the Blue grass Wm Hulsey fearing that tlu people will soon consume Lykins ligas has opened a good coal1 II bankJ W Davis principalof on school went to Bowling Green I this week theretore the youngstersI have a vacation Milt Lykins of Mt Sterling made his monthly raid in this sec tion just in time for most of UN people wore out of coal and h e gave thorn a bountiful supply oiI gas Oct 18 S MW About the Rabbit Law I theIbung shotgun i s heard in the country now becausi the cooler weather has ripened brother rabbit says the Lexingtont Leader The hunter who forgets himeelf and goes a gunning now iisI apt to como to grief though for the rabbit in protected until November 15 when the qnnil season opens The Legislature has de creed that the rabbit may not be huntei until then not so much perhaps because of desire to save I the rabbit but because of the fact that while nobody hunted anything but rabbits while the quail season was closed sometime hunters wculd in tho sudden excitement fail tn distiugttiHli bitwiou tho rabbits und quail and when the hunter i returned there was often feathers found in the bug and it was prin cipally for the protection of the birds that the fur coated tribe was included in the closed order and the opportunity for the hunter to make such errors was abolished The rabbit may be trapped or caught with a dogif the dog is fast enoughbut not shot until nearly four we ks more have elapsed Bring your cabinet photographs to TIrE HERALD office and let our foreman Chas E Habicht mount them en passe partout It wont cost much and improves the ap pearance of the picture Come to tho office and see some of the styles he hu- elIUMAN HANDSII DO NOT TOUCH IT From the time the raw materials reach our Ifactory they are bandied rntlnly by IDa I chlnery kept scrupulously clean No chance for 1 Jill0 ICE HEW powder to become contaminated It Ito itrlctly pure and wholesome Our f tory it ai clean u your Itl tebenIICE CREAM la Easy to Make 1 quart milk 1 yakagn JELW ICE CREAM Powder Slli and freeze without cooking Simple Isnt It I This makes two quarts of smooth vel very Ice cream deliriously savored In 10 minutes at cost of about 1 cent a plate Flavors Chocolate JjniVj Strjti terry Lemon and Unfavored Sold by your BKT 3 packages for 2Sc Enough for a gallonor by mall If he does not keep It The Genesee Pure FcoJ Cop It Roy N Y- Julthe Eve r y News thing that happens- In the home town the births mar riages deaths the social affairs the comings and goings of the peo ple your neighbors the notes of the schools and churches all these and many other new and Interesting things this 41 mp tuneInDAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky Mrs LdU HAY Proprietor neat table fare In J utcrn Kentucky A area sample room connected Heated and lighted by gas throughout and special ac xtmmodatloiia to traveling men ity NEVSZ FALLF AND WINTER MILLINERY Plisses PH TROT I announce that they have just received their Fall and Win ter stock of Millinery and a great variety of Novelties nevcrII before seen in Eastern Kentucky H tFURNISHING + GOODS C i for ladies and childreti iriclmiuijr hosiery underwenr belts rand novelty neckwear will he found in tthe display to which I every one Iis invitedc 1 MAPEL TROY I Kash JohnsonKashJJ DEALERS IN I General Merchandise 11- ii COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY i Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to thee new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple nnd Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domesticsa- ll of which they soil at u small profit for CASH their policy being I Quick Sales and Small Profits Soliciting your trade which wo hope to merit by fair dealing we are respectfully yours j Kash Johnson Kash fVEllis Johnson in connection with the store runs an uptodate Livery and Feed Stable Drummers hacks for hire at all times THE PEOPLE OPF HAZEL RBBN and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call andexamine our new stock of fall and winter goods 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 bring your money and see what you I can buy at CECIL BROS Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling J 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 sistant for which they can not I make room with the goods J THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then wake up your wind and write we for descriptive list of Iforms in Missouri proIuelll the HIII at prices ranging from 15 to 40 an litre 111111l faille where life Is wade tnler able by easy puntitrule IannliigWliy sweet scud fret file uwuy lu the vain etlbrt to eke out u mere luUfiablv ituMtimiire from tliu fls4theyi so murk fjouil land to be hud yet awhile for I u mere selhy Jet tut of the ruts break uwuy front the timeworn habit that keeps I your nose to the grindstone All it take is resoiitiun and u little nerve Wrilr mi scud let me help you to U better condition IItNr PHIPPSI Chantite Kansas B Fa BOLING I UNDERTAKERCAMPTON j I XFOUMS the citizens of Wulfe and I the mljciiiiinj counties that he curriest n line of Culling Junkets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style on 24 hour noticeftneatmadeIf Tram and hacks furnished orderedII Alto call 611 Older for wmbltODet c R f Fine Farm for Sale I II user for sale my farm located in Mar gnu Count Ky on Illacltwater one mile south of Lzel A good dwelling with ten onedrlllelieachturuishhtg necessaryincluding 100 Acres of Virgin Timber 1 A FINE ORCHARD OF FRUITS r g I will sell the ordivideneighborhoodis within one mile of a good school house on etch of two sides with telephone in the convenientAnynd yet my price before buying HENRYfilwrfy JRiC H WILLIAMS y 1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAEL GREEN KY eltauuacoun try and will auswer all calls of affliction i BaselGnusw if J i iif V tr r r I tfi t c rrKtlIdG Sleep Sleep is natures rebuilding period when the energy used by the brain rehewedyour system is robbed of the strength sleep should give Continued loss of sleep multiplies this loss until you become a phys ical wreck Dr Miles Nervine quiets the irri tated nerves and brings refreshing invigorating sleep Nervine contains no opiates and therefor leaves no bad aftereffectsF- or over two years I suffered un told agonies my friends thought I was going crazy I could not sleep nor rest at nil I tried different doctors r but failed to find relief My head would ache all the time I was k1like one drunk could not concentrate my mind and was so restless and r worried that sleep was out of the question After taking one bottle of Dr Miles Nervine I felt wonderfully changed I am now on my third bot 1 tle and am gaining all the time I + can lie down and sleep like a child and am able to dO my work F Ins MAY SCOTT English lad Your druggist sells Dr Mile Nerv ine and we authorize him to return first bottle only If It falls beofto you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind r t REVOLVING Ii EAV Et1ABlX17FAP SINGwstteQtl1 Q DE KALfILL KANSA5CIlYMO L Union Lock Poultry Fence It7It Tha sat MrrfcvtbU boa oa tb Oa orchard tnd trd Di and t- BO rrwtor cat thin nUio Writ for cUio of tech Inn for all porpo- wwnovi TENd ca D xib m KUUU car Mo For sale by C H LOWE A BOOK OF jrtII MYSTERY IS The Veil I BY Mary Harriott Norris 12mo Cloth 309 pajes SlSO Order of Your Bookseller or the Publisher RICHARD G BADGER Publisher Boston f KILLTHIICOUCHfI II WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR Cg I8mooTrW atl- atlleaErgoa AND ALL THROAT ANlLUNQTItOUIL- EIGUABAHTDD1 BATIBBAOTOB OK XONEY SKVUJIDXD GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL myrlat shop and am prepared to mako any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse pond will attend all burials when iswl espectfuUyNOlioltodt BIDE at u i KENiPUCKY KERNELS I j Carefully Collated and Conciselyr t Chronicled Austin Palmer of Lee county is It11 years old and recently cut and IIrt up sixteen shocks of corn in half a day HeII has 96 grandchildren and 137 great grandchildren He linn never learned to read1 or writeIThe superintendent of the waterworks at Uynthlana has notified the citizens oft that town that water in so scarce that i would be cut off so as to be used only for fire purposes the prolonged drouth being the cause Isaac Lester an aged and respected farmer of Lawrence county was ned denuijly killed by his son while hunting The undergrowth was very heavy and the son got a glimpse of his fathers form and mistaking it for game fired the fatal shot- Anthrax a deadly disease for cattle and humans has been discovered on the farm of a cattle raiser in Shelby county The bureau of animal industry at Wash ington DO was telegraphed and the farm will be quarantined until the disease is removed Van Smith who killed Bill Bartley a merchant at Glasgow Junction n year ago and was sent to the penitentiary for eighteen years was last week pardoned It was a great surprise to all as his at torneys were so well pleased with the verdict that no appeal was taken i iI Otto Hendley who was shot last Au i gust by Stanley Jones has filed suit InII the Graves Circuit court against for 10000 damages Hendley alleges that the physicians had to cut out a large portion of his liver and intestines and he has since been in feeble IlealthII Ri leased from Jefferson county jaili Taylor Smith a negro is alleged to have J attacked Mrs Mary Anschoff the same night and attempted to assault her She j j screamed for help and the negro fled A iI j CounltyI his arrest The treasury department at Washing ton last week selected a site for the new government building at Mt Sterling It is at the corner of Bank and Main streets The owner is Henry Clay Mc Kee and the price agreed upon is K 750 Building and site together will cost 65600 Bath county can boast of having a school teacher who hits been at work atI his vocation the greatest number of years i of most any one in the state He is G W Thompson and commenced teaching the first Monday in May 18G8 and has taught constantly ever since with the i exception of five years which makes him having taught fiftyone years Kalo Sorrel a prominent farmer of near Bethel Bath county while on his way home from town was attacked by two footpads who sprang upon him from the roadside One grasped his horse while the other struck him over tbeI head with a club and relieved him of 80 Mr Sorrel when found was uncon scious and it was some time before he could give an account of the robbery Residents of the west end of Louisville were last week given a realistic display in miniature of the forest fires thatI have caused so much damage in the west i andnorth Dry leaves and grass caught fire from some unknown cause and burn j ed furiously destroying much shrubbery and many fine trees and endangering many buildings There was great ex citement as it was beyond the fire limits and men women and children were en gaged in fighting the flames Last Saturday was a day of mishaps in Hodgenville Edward Green who is I handling horses for H D Larue at the fair grounds was kicked twice by a horse and sustained serious injuries Mrs T B j Kirkpatrick wife of the postmaster fell at the skating rink and broke her J arm Tommie the eight year old son of James McDowell while driving a hog off the street fell and broke both bones In his arm While Edward Green and i Miss Stella Patterson were out driving the horse ran away throwing out both occupant Miss Patterson was render ed unconscious and sustained a broken thumb and some bad bruises while Mr IN 1tU v eight year old son of Tom Lee while playing ball at school was struck in the eye by the ball and it ii feared the sight iIn THIS Pcdlnrs Reward i I I I I I1 CJI IKNKY Jo CO Toledo O- We the here known K J Cheney for the lost I years and believe him perfectly honorable in nil business rv out lilt made by his firm WUWMi KINNAN i MAIIVIK Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internnll noting directly upon the blood and mueu I surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by Druggists Take Halls Family Pills lor m j I S36 Per Week or 400 Per Gent Profit All samples and art free We want one agent in this locality for the largest picture i and frame house in America E We instruct you tow to sell our goods and furnish tb capital If you want a permanent hone orable and position write ua today for and samples KJIAXK W 12141 W Taylor Street CHICAGO ILL Call a called meeting of the Wolfe Executive Com which met pursuant to call at th court house in the town of Campion majority of same and a quorum wer e present Chairman T F Stamper let precinct Floyd Arnett 2nd precinct J P Rose 3rd precinct J C Lykins by i Hh precinct 1 O5 Barker 7th Joe Ingram 8th precinct Walter 011I ver and 8th precinct A B Cox Floyd Arnett tendered his as secretary of said by Floyd Arnett by W W Bryant that A B Cox be made secretary of said com j mittee Motion carried and A B Cox t from the 9th precinct was elected secretary of the committee I The purpose of the meeting having been stated by the Chairman T F be to name the time and manner j ot selecting nominees of the i party as candidates for the various t county offices to be voted for at the regular November election 1109 the fcl upon motion having bee made by W W Bryant and seconded b Walter Oliver were adopt ed by the said committee Resolved 1stThat a Primary Election shall be held in each of the nine of Wolfe county the 14th day of November 1908 b tween the hours of G oclock a m an 4 oclock p m the pulls therefore to beI opened at the regular voting place iin each of said precinct for the purpose of for eachof the county offices to be voted for at the regular election to be held iin November 1909 the candidates to be selected being a candidate each for the fol h oh County Court Clerk Circuit Court Clerk County Attorney Assessor Jail er Coroner and all the county who will be elegible to election for the offices to which they aspire at the regular November 1909 election and who shall conform to the require j meats rules and of this Friimary Call as herein set out shall be eligible to and may be voted for an can j didates before the said Primary for the in as a candidate for such of wild offices as they may make known intheir desires to be candidate for in the manner D however that no one man shall be a can o person or persons to become a candidate for for any of the offices before named heresin shall on or before the 30th day of 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 the chair of man of this committee either orally or writing of the office for which he deires 1 to be a candidate before said Primary and ifbe desires to be a candidate for anyone of the first named eight offices herein he shall pay to the said chairman of this and take his receipt therefor fie umft J500 or wires to be n candidate for the office either of Coroner or he shall likewise make known his intention and pay to said chairman the stun of 9200 said amount HO paid to he used ill lielp ing to defray the expenses ol this Ill mary Election Except ihat if t i dlalrmlln of the said cuwmtttre IM able j mittee shall be noli lit d in the manner indicated for the notificuI tint of the cliuirinan and the satire Iuud shall be paid to him and for the name purpose as required to bo paid to the chairman those who are first to register shall have their nanes placed first on the ballots to be voted for fur tho offices fur which they e er 1111 which they register for the office for which they arc o ruuthut is to rn whoever registers first for any ulilceaba have his uauie printed first on the bull as H candidate lor that said oflice aud- I whoever registers hist shall likewise have his name priiitd last as a candidate for said office and feo on through AllY Oil so this committee uud thus bu coming a candidate shall be bound ball y the rules uud rtquiie merle ot the party aim the law of this slute primary elections And any person who shall have paid to the as herelube fore mentioned his registry tee shall not the said committee by action or other e primary mid have t this committee alter the tx pauses ot the primary election have litcn paid skull he used by the said rnninilllitt 10 n iniy tin money i the ever balance of bald primary expenses re uvula unpaid ratably and in t who are at tire time legal electors in the they did nu vole for any candidate e a conform to the conditions auu prescribed by the committee having control 01 said primary and provided further that all male citizens of this county uri di state otherwise entitled to vote but who lire nut yet 21 years of age and who will be at least 21 years of age at the time of holding the regular election in 190U November shall be entitled to vote in this election lUlU provided all persons desiring to vote In Election shall tit requested to do so by either of the judges they will support nil persons nominated lor again at e o November 1808 at which the committee shall declare who lire candidate to be voted for at the said primary election and shall at the same time and place woke proper provision for having the ballots for time va precincts of thf county that ap pointed at that time to wit a IIhorllf mid a clerk for each precinct of theI county oth Within two days after the said prl nary election shall have been held and conducted as herein provided the electron taining the spoiled mutilated and question td ballots and the keys to the ballot box together with the election seal and the olli sera delivering tame shall do so in the man ner prescribed by law sad the officer reo ceiviug sums skull receive same in the man after the holding ot said election as herein this committee shall again meet the town ofCampion In some convenient room or office and shall thru slid there count the votes received by all candidates such primary election and shall declare the candidates receiving the highest uum well as any and all contests arising from aid 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 mid election by the chairman + or secretary or chairman and secretary hereof posting said notice at the court house door and at least twenty other public places in tin county II J ignated on the 4th day of November 1008 DRMIU ANTIPAIN PILLS FOR NEURALGIASCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS STOMACH- SLffP1fSSNESS riIII 1Green destroyed IIBOWS heIltrldundersigned cartoblljintimiH constipation Sales Agents Wanted stationery catalogues permanent perience unnecessary profitable particulars catalogues WILLIAMS IDemocratic Primary IAt Democratic CountySchool followling WIprecinct resignation cunimttepwhich acceptedMotion andseconded committeeman Stamperto Democratic resolutions unanimously precincts Kentucky- on nominating Democratic candidates JudgeSheriff Surveyor 2ndThat Democrats respective regulations nomination hereinafter prescribed provided pices3rdday desiring nomination Leingjust notifying committee wbtPd Surveyor hejhereinbefore hereinbefore respective preltius notifying regulations Democratic governoring couimittte froxhewhllteeranlOlllltIrnllyoftullds ellillngIrtllereouutycullcxpenses haveretiJ1ectIeprescribedpropoition poievattlrlvlllgetollemecnuiKepuhlicati reguluNovemberqualifications lurlhtrithat otillgllaces Jrhuary5th1hI8 CllmplonWolfeattunieynochey printeslimeIpre8erlbIlUaJbe nfterhavIlIguponteempullhooka housliuprescribed respectiveffices eommitteeahallhave anytwo WolleSlhThat meetIngIlaaAto9thThat adjournto tA Headache 1 7 + + w 1 vwuvwnw + MY Y wle+ rYnyy Weak Women theideffect of taking Cardui is most appreciated by those who find that it relieves their distress TAKF t J IIItWill Help YouuMrs Lucinda C Hill of Freeland 0 writes badlyytake it I felt better in a week Now my pains have gone I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change of life has nearly left me Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES TRY YOUR LUCK t0 0 001100 g o ooooo 0 0 0 0 MO +IOOOO 000 0000 00 000 0 00 oueo 0 0 00000 00 PresentseOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoMO + oooooooooooo000000000000000000010 The Wolfe County Democratic Primary Election to se lect candidates for the various county offices will be held in theegive its subscribers 2500 in useful articles such as watches and chains razors combination Handy tool holder c This is in no sense a lottery but an educational prob lem in which each new subscriber andeach old one who pays up and renews will have the opportunity to exercise his brain in estimating the vote to be polled at the coining Democratic Primary Election The price of THE HERALD is 100 a year In advance and every subscriber is entitled to one estimate Old subscribers who pay up arrearages and one year in ad vance are also entitled to one estimate The one who sends i in the closest estimate will receive a gold plated watch and chain next nearest gold plated watch and aluminum fob fr next a fine razor c Use the estimate coupon attached t Write verydistinctthis office These coupons will be filed and the day alter the election a disinterested committee will take charge of them and determine who is entitled to the presents The Presents That Will Be Awardedjj The person making the nearest estimate will receive a gold 1fl flfl plated American watch good time piece and plated chain HlU UU 50American6 L 00American 50atThb person making tho fifth nearest estimate of tho total Ei55000- The vote at the primary gets a razor of the same kind person making the sixth nearest estimate to the nil 4totalIIvote cast will receive a combination pocket tool caso ItUU j HASIS WON WHICH TO 31AKK ESTIMATEr i The total Democratic vote polled in the Congressional el tri ection of 1900 was 879 and in the Governors election of ru ti liJOT Mr Huger received a total of 899 votes 1 oooooo ooouOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooocooooooU se thOi sJ tfwne but make out i estimatePostomce1 Postofflceoni any clean Estimatea State I paperfigures 9 ooooooooooo o w ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo oo fVSend your estimate and your dollar to this oflice and we will care of both Sincerely yours SPENCER COOPER tr If you haveif HeadacheTry a- 7M47They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no Itbad Aftereffects l i I ii 25 Dosesi25 Cents I Never Sold in Bulk g or I I f I lI hiIi + 4