You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, October 29, 1908. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1908 haz1908102901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, October 29, 1908. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Tn T rten + tfll1 i WJr rrr r 0 t 1 f 1 I Ill P f it t1 r t I TIE AZEL GREEN HERALDo Established Maroh 4 1886 Made Famono in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 9PBNOBR Ownorand COOPKR Kdltor It The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Mostt Quoted Paper in the Kentucky y Mountains SIOO a Year In Mraaca TWENTYFOURTH 0 YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1908 NUMBER la 1 1 I- tt MIIg- rll exington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND NoS STATIONS DailyexIDailyaud Sunday Sunday Sunday AMIve PMIe AMLve Jackson 6 10 am I 2 20 pn 700 am- OK Junct 6 16 ipm 2 25 pm 715 aD- iDeattyve Jo 7 07 am aO pnl 754 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 815 am Nat Drld e 7 45 am 3 66 pm 86 am Campton J n 7 48 am I 3 67 pnv 828alU Stanton 8 15 aDi 4 26 pm 854 am Clay CIty 8 25 am 435pm 002 am LEJunon 9 00am b 07 pm 1003am WInchester 0 12 am b 20 Pm 1012 am Lezton ar 9 55 am IJ 05 pm 1025 am fttEAST BOUND No2 Daily No4 and Daily Sunday OX iIiSunday PM LyeAbl Lyt 2 25 pm 0 LexIngton 01 7 36 am Wlncbester 20 IS 13 am2 a8 pin 20 LIJunctlon II 26 pm2 48 pm 3 50 pm 40 Clay City 40 If 02 11m- a 58 pm 49 Stantoujj44 9 10 am 4 30 pm Campton Juntn 38 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat llrldge 5719 43 IIID 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 62 56 aID 5 10 pm 70 eattyveJc 701017 am 6 05 pm 90 0KJuncn 90 1115 am I i0 pm 94 Jackson 94 1120 am CONNECTIONS- L E JUNCTION 1 rains Nos land I will make connection with the C OKy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTIONTraIns Nos 1 2 S and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ry lor Pine Ridge and Campton BBATTYVLIE JUKCTION Trains No2 will make connectionat Beattyville June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from IJeattyvllle OK JUNCTIONTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHABSCOTTUenPass Agent OMO KontuoRg lliIwag time Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND No 33 152 IKI No 21 Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunaya Sunday PM Asa 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 6 Cannel City 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 Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 I SI IS No22 Dally ex = STATIONS Daily u I SunaySunayAM LVE PM LVE 7 10 27HCannel City 0 1 00 ti 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 F 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1H 8 37 10 Wiihurst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 r 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos21and 22 will make close connectioi forSpoints on the Lexington and Eastern Rail V way MI L CONLEY Superintendent mountain Central Hsiiioafl No1 No 2 DEPART ARRiVE 000 a m Campton 11 30 a m 200 pm Campton 000 pro No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 SO amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 no pmCampwJuno 4 40 pm Tho Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger trains 4J S HENRY4VV Ueadquarteri Jackson Ky BEPBBSENTINO THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions f OHIOfEast r ern Kentucky and guarantees prices and k quality ot goods Hold orders for him E T ROSE s O AMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY I This firm will practice in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and LitigationOftcM Fareaerfl and trden Bank a Ar Lj r Tf Jt r l litoIi1Iki 1tr r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends CONSOLATION CHAT 0A baseball team has been organized hero Sam H Elam is visiting his father Lander Elam at Insko Mrs S H Elam who has been sick for some time is slowly im proving S M Tyler and wife visited relatives at Helechawa Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sherman Elam of Hazel Green visited friends and relatives here last Sunday Mr and Mrs 0 W Ceciland W R Taulbee attended church at Hazel Green Sunday Our school is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Artie Dye of Hazel Green As we think there is going to be lots of news to report we have de terminod to have it published in TIlE HERALD Oct 20 A FRIEND Had a Close Call Mrs Ada L Croom the widely known proprietor of the Croom Hotel Vaughn Miss says For several months I suffered with a se vere cough and consumption seen ed to have its grip on me when a friend recommended Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a complete cure The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer is world wide Sold at all dealers 50c and 100 Trial bottle free HOLLONWOOD HAPPENINGS o J B Hollon was in Jackson on business one day last week Mrs Southy Lacy visited Mrs Clara Nickell and family Sunday Mrs Clara Nickell went to Hazel Green Saturday on a shopping tour J B Hollon went to Campton Saturday on a visit to his son RichardHiram Haney will commence setting up his mill Monday in the Hollon woods Miles Fallenand Ellsworth Lacy were here ontiday last week look ing after a job Mr and Mrs Harlan Trimble were guests of Mr and Mrs James Lacy last Wednesday Miss Hazel Ringo visited Mrs Southey Losy one day last week and went grape bunting Miss Hazel now lives in Winchester with her sister Oct 26 BUSY BEE WouldI Mortgage the Farm A farmer on rural route 2 Em pire Ga W A Floyd by name says Buckleus Arnica Salve cured tho two worst sores I ever saw oneon my hagd and one on my leg It ia worth more than its weight in gold L would not be without iitlad to ropttgago the farm to get it Only 25o at all dealers LBB CITY LOCALS 0Miss Mary Wells left Saturday for Lexington Live Green Patrick was in town most all of last week C B Allen and R A Dunn went to Jackson Thursday Salesmen are plentifulagain but Are doing TOry little business r i i FH 4 j TO COHRESPONDENTSMnil your items early so they will reach our office mornlllJMondnyIfnot be published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only This precinct ie going to disap point some fellows nnd surprise othersTilden Alcorn sawyer for John A Graham h Co went to Jackson this week Candidates are numerous in thesn parts but the voters have allmade up their minds W R Youmans was here this weekand bought a carload of snokes from C F Gnrinjjer Suborn Allen who whipped the blood out of one of Andy Elams little boys was tried for incompe tency before the division board one day last week and suspended asteacher Quito a good deal of interest was taken in the case R A Dunn represented the defend ant while Attorney Johnson of Neola represented the plaintiff Oct 25 A R Where Bullets Flow 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 me I spent much money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble to little purpose I then tried Electric Bitters and they cured me I now take them as a tonic and they keep me strong and well 50o at all dealers ROGERS RAKINGS 0 H C Lacy and wife of Pine Ridge attended meeting at this place Sunday There has been a big meeting going on at this place for the past ten days held by the Saints The attendance was large John Derrickson and wife or Chimney Top attended the meet ing Sunday and took dinner with Wayne Bryant and wife A fight occurred Saturday night at Standing Rock between two Hall boys and two Ashley boys One of the Hall boys was shot through the head and is in a crit icalcondition while the other Hall boy was also shot but not serious One of the Ashley boys was cut very bad with a knife We did not learn the particulars- Oct 20 W B 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 Rural Route 1 Guilford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in a gentle way that does you good 25o at all dealers LANDSAW LACONICS N L Combs a visitor at the home of L W Combs Sunday Stephen the little son of E T Kash aud wife is very sick at this writingSeveral of the children in this neighborhood are sick with some thing like scarlet fever Hon J M Teaterman returned Saturday from Jackson where he had been attending court Thrasher Combs has been in this section for several days looking after his business interests Willie Houndshell and Bill1 I Wells with their wives visited on Frozen from Thursday until Mon day wJItII y t i fiJi l f Iie John Little sold 150 bushels of corn to K K Spencer but your correspondent did not learn the priceW II Taylor who is building a barn for S H Kash was taken suddenly ill Friday and had to quit work Cleveland Banks moved 1Ia a t week to Holly creek where he goes to take care of his mother his father having recently died Lewis King has just completed a chimney to the house on the farm recently bought by X L Combs from George Smyth Hon G B Stamper was in this neighborhood recently conferring with Hon J M Tester Dont know what it was all about but guess a sheep was killed that nightCounty Surveyor Creech G W Carson and E T Kash special commissioners under instructions from the court last Wednesday divided the John Chambers farm on the Laudsaw fork of Stillwater between John Chambers Jr and the children of H L Whisman Died on the night of the 19th membranous croup Willie the 8yearold sou of Cleveland nnd Mary Murphy It was buried next day in the Murphy cemetery Also on the morning of the 2tlthof scrofula Martha Peck She was buried the same day in the grave yard on the farm ofF T Kash Oct 20 AXON HOWS THIS Wo offer One Hundred Dollar Iteward lor any cute of Catarrh that cum not be cured by Halls Cutarrli Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known K J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable iu all htialnets transactions and finanuncially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINO KINN AN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by DruggistsTake Family Pills lorconstlpation STILLWATBR SPARKLES v Mrs S C Rose is improving slightly at this writing Laura Maloney is nursing her J A Rose had the misfortune to lose a 10 bill in Hazel Green or vicinity one day last week Robert J Rose made a trip to Sulphur Springs in Meuifee coun ty Saturday returning Sunday Andy Phipps and Tom Sexton who are binding a house on Still water visited home folks at May town Saturday and Sunday Williiam Faulkner who was beadly beaten with rocks a short while ago is able to be out again and is getting out coal for S C RoseS H Rose and Samuel Cecil went to Maytowu today to see Uncle John Adams who is very low and not expected to survive longIt seems that the candidates dont want to leave any ground uncovered or any territory uncan- vassed by the way they are getting around now James and Frank Campbell and John Drake built two chimneys with two fireplaces in each and sot four grates complete in at days for S C Roao Oct 20 DOMINCIO SANDFIELD SITTINGS o Corn husking is the order of the dayRosa Willis spent Sunday with Nannie Catrou 0 W and J B McNabb went to Ezel Saturday O W McNabb went to Camp ton Friday on business t 1iiIt Born to the wife of Willis Clark Saturday October Ma boy Mrs John Wilson of Compton visited friends nt this place Sat urday and Sunday Cordio Oldfield was a guest of MayabbSntulday Maude McNabb and brother Ellis went to Hazel Green Satur day to have some dental work done Roy McNnbb was seen going in the direction of Bud NickelPs Sun day We presume Miss Alico is the attraction W T Wheatley and 1 J Catron have just finished two slat cribs for W T McNabb which add beauty to his farm Aunt Sindio Oakley who has been afflicted with rheumatism for two or three years was able to visit Mrs J n McNabb Sunday Courtney Stamper started for Oklahoma last Thursday and got as far as Lexington when the thought struck him There is no place like home He returned Sunday delighted with his trip Oct 20 GLENDORA TRENT TOPICS v Taylor Vancleave attended church at Hazel Green Sunday Miss Julia Stamper was a guest of Miss Mandie Campbell Sunday Mr and Mrs John Barker at tended church at Wells Chapel SundayMiss Lillie Stamper was a guest of Miss Carrie Center Saturday and Sunday Misses Nannie Darker and Laura Beasley were entertained Sunday evening at the home of Mrs Wal ter Maloney Misses Laura and Ida Beasley and Lillie and Nellie Eisner took dinner with Nannie and Dorcas Barker Sundey Oct 20 POND GRASSY GAB 0 Miss Alice Rose and Andrew Oldfield were married last Wed nesdayMr and Mrs G C Nickell vis ited Mr and Mrs J D Henry Saturday and Sunday Kelse Couch Ben Murphy and John Frank Gevedon went to West Liberty Monday to attend court Mesdnmes Levi Williams and Mart Davis visited J H Day and wife from Saturday till Monday Quite a crowd attended the Sun day school convention at Long Brauch Sunday and all report a fine time N C Day and wife of Hele chawa attended the burial of Uncle Marion Carter at Grassy Lick Sunday Mr and Mrs J C Havens and Mr and Mrs Andy Toliver took dinner with Mr and Mrs J D Henry Sunday Allsaid they never enjoyed a dinner more and Mrs Henry is certainly a cook lnole Murion Carter who had been sick only a few days died Friday nignt and was buried at Grassy Lick Sunday Uncle Ma rion was well known nnd his many friends will regret to hoar of his deathJ J Day and wife G L Rose and wife J Dudley Barker Miss Kate Pieratt and several others from this place attended the speaking at West Liberty Saturday apd all seem to have enjoyed them selves very much Sam Wilson finished the paint ing on J D Henrys residence Friday and left for Murphy Fork The exterior is white trimmed with gray while the interior is finished in oak handsomely polished Sam was at his best in this style Oct 26 GwrftTOYt Jv I l EZBL EVOLUTIONS O 1 The now organ which was boughtt a few weeks ngo for tho church lJcllmtRain prevented quite a number i from attending the barbecue at ii West Liberty Saturday I Several of tjio girls of this place have heen oallingon the milliners of your town this weekIW J Henry representing theii Joseph G Reed Co registered at the Havens hotel Friday nightliptx James Motley of Spencer visit ed his father and other relatives 4 fr near this place Friday and Satur + day Buford Hartley who has been 1 in Middlotown Ohio for tho past iruli +l Mr nnd Mrs Floyd Rose P1adeJn visit to his fathers Buchanan Rose Wednesday to attend tho i 1vpcldiugMrs Bessie Rose andBieterMiss Bertie Cecil visited their aunt Mrs Nannie Murphy at Grassy j Saturday and Sunday Mrs Volney Nickell and two children of West Liberty have boon visiting her father andmothII er Mr and Mrs J D Henry and his father and mother Mr and Mra A B Nickell for past week Misses Lena and Lizzie CbUderi and Flora Davis of this place at tended a ball game which was played at Bonny Saturday between Pekin and Flatgap boys ending with great victory for the Flatgapa in n score of 16 to 3 Oct 24 ARBOR VITAE MURPHY PORK MINUSES 0The writer who has been onIGrassy creek for the past five weeks returned home Friaayvery much delighted with the trip Andrew Oldfield and Miss Alice t Rose were married on the 21st atii the home of the brides parents on this creek Rev W L Gevedon tying the knot Last week Henry Lawson andjj family moved from Clifty tox the i famous palace onthebill Theres MurphyisOn the door of the op4taggre centlyyacated by Gilbertftatliff and owned by Mort Cecil the writer observed the following wanted a good corn rainer and i one who will not barn mile i Could Lovey Dovey have marked it there Andrew the little son of Mort j Cecil but better known s Lpvey Dovey fI was yanking a dog by the jfunj 1 1 DoveyVarm who then Jetgo of the tail and wont into the lhOl1S a conquered hero q An anniversary social was heldII 4MortCecil thoreigning bolleof Conso i lation who has just arrived at theii befitohing ago of ISyenrs Beauty and talent from far and near J graced the scene with splendor and all olaimed it was the grandest affair they had ever attended Mrs Lizzie Cecil presided aEithearoyal banquet of which the followuing cavaliers and ladies partook sumptously Misses Ethel Cecil May and Mattie Lee Rose Nora Zelpha and Maggie Pipratt Gold en Cora Ura and Mary Murphy Bertha Toliver Jane Taulboe Stell-a Swango and CalHe ad ell t1zier Grant Rose Fjed and Jim jknrt Manford Toliver Joseph Eatep Arthur Kaah Kern Nioielj and Cleveland Phillips i Oct 20 Pori t j i to 7 1 I j I I 4 1JtJlE ERAU3Entered Ube hazel ores n Foil 11 1 T orflcenmeconil otnftimntter t I SPENCER COOPER Edit HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 20 1908 q I DEMOCRATIC TICKS For President WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN NebraskaiFor Vice President JOHN W KERN of Jmllann For Congress Tenth Congressional District AMOS DAVIS J of Morgan County For Circuit Judge 23rd Judicial Distric- tJ B WHITE of Estill County For Commonwealths Attorney A H PAMPER of Wolfe county ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE l OtllUnn We are authorized to an SWAtu ty Judge of Wolfe county subject to partyr I OlinnirTV We are authorized to an OHUuMll nounceELIASSHOOKEV CountyJudge riactionof the Democratic party M iI UPDIIIJ We are authorized to a LAnUnUm nounce ALLIE I3 LAN RUM as a candidate for the office ofi County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK LINDENWe are authorized to announe Cesar Linden of Gillmore as a candidate for the office of Circuit subjecttheto primaryo ALLENWe are authorized to announce1 G O ALLEN as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic primary o FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK TUTTWe are authorized to announce S TUTT ns a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Wolfe DemI i ocraticparty toannouiace as a didate for Clerk of the Wolfe G10I court subject to the action of the DemI ocratic primary PIQQfll We are authorized to anI UAnnULL nounce ROBT L OAR ROLL as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Wolfe county subject to the action of the llemocratjc partyar FOR0SHERIFF CUITU We are authorized to candidaterthe office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of the DemocraticI party SALLEYI Weareauthorized to announceI candidate aujecttoy ARNETTWe are authorized to an r j ARNjas a of Wolfe county subject to the decision of the Demo i cratic primary i FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY SIUPLEWe are authorized to an G SAMPLE Campton as a candidate for County torney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party kIare authorized to announce R BOLLON as a can dI date for County Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic primary 0FOR JAILER nnyCDUlLRiGeo P Dyer as a candidate for County8ubjbr tyJi to an Dounce j j ALEXANDER aa a candidate for Jailer eubje- t to the action of the Democratie party FOR SESSORf 1 ry 1 InannouncefttA candidate for Assessor of Wolfe countygsubject to the Democratic to CENTERWe are authorized to anCI JOHN T CENTER aa a candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic primary FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT TIIILBEE We are authorized to an TAUBEEIi intendent of Schools subject to the act Lion of the Democratic party 0tiMEV We are authorized to annonce4 s H E Oney of Hazel Green as f candidate for County Superintendent r Atf Schools subject to the action of the J y Qeelocnttic pnacry 1- J SEVERAL candidates for county ofllde were hero Saturday and fro the situation as they diagnose the Democratic candidates in t coming November election w IIwin hands down in race horse parlance Many of them arc personally Hon John W Langleys partrv thny say will compel them to vote norI dj mittedly as tips a citizen as tthe1 mountains can produce and Dem ocrats should be encouraged in the fact that the district is Democratic by 1500 Stating the case as we see it Judge Davis has the majority but selfinterest in the coun ties of Clark Montgomery and Breathitt will reduce it because Mr Langley had bills passed to the intereet of their people For instance a bill for Clark a b for Montgomery andn bill f Breathitt which will bring eovornl1 thousand dollars to each county Some men will stand to their party regardless of every consider tion but usually the bridge that carries ns over safely is the rule they go by and Judge Davis ni tdof the party workers must watch that point Money makes the mare go was never more appropriately applied than in the present race for congress and unless Judge Davis and his friends can counteract the effect of it he is in a hazardous place Get to work Democrats if you want victory THE report was put in circulation last week that C F Kash or Little Doc as he is familiarly certainDof the Republican nominees and we arise to remark that the rumor is without foundation He is true blue when you put him to the test and that means always a Democrat So if you are betting even buttermilk to biscuit you had better lay them two to one and then hedge if you can or you will come oud de leodle end ov de- horn Briefly if all Democrats are as true as Doc Bryan will be the next president Amos Davis the next congressman Dan ford White the circuit judge and Howard Stamper commonwealths attorney Democrats of Wolfe County am a candidate for the nomiIi nation for County Attorney in the Primary Election to be held on the 14th day of November 1008 and take this method of address ing yon in behalf of my candidacy nd in doing so desire to thank you for the substantial evidences me giventorpast my ex perience of 12 years in all the courts of your counry amp 1 y qualifies me for the position which I seek I know the needs of the county and the wants of the people The poor taxpayers and not the rich taxdodgers have my sym party I promise if nominated and elected that the rich and cor porate interests of this county shall pay their full and just share of taxes AwThe high taxes in this county are largely due to the neglect the part of officials to require those who owm the wealth of the county to list and pay taxes upon what 1they own li favors are to be shown in the of payment of taxes they be shown to the poor and not to the rich I am not the hired attorney of any railroad corporation or tax dodging individual and if nomii ctHated and elected County Attorney will be under no obligation to avor any of those who seek to ceavoid the just payment of taxes and that to the detriment of The reat common peopie 1 beg you remember this when you go to your vote in the coming Primary ii I hope to see you personally before the Primary and eiitcerel dthanking you for past favors an 1 far any assistance you may render me in the Primary I am Sincerely your friend 1 R HOLLON Strayed from the residence ofin Riley Toulboe 8 ggese white ganders 8l Aided and 2 blue onesi Please tell ifyon know of them Iik J f r bd Ai I Watchman What of the Nigh iqrtt mTheI following excerpt is fr Ltan eloquent forcible and ornate CongrpRsilli dinna Tho immortal spirits whoso hands guided the infant stops of this Republic whoso blood const cratednud rondo this land libertys i j j dearest shrine cry out to the mil lions of voters into whoso but tcls jtho further destiny of this union waa lodged Watchman want of ithe nigt and from the orange groves of Florida to the waving wheat fields of the Northwest jfrom the nodding pines beyond the Alleghnnies across the Rook tto the slopes by tho peaceful sea tthe men with ballot in hand 8000 000 strong answer The morning illcomoththe morning of Demon cratic victory the morning of t IRepublics hope as fresh with d and promise of the Republic lot by every heart and defended I by ovary hand as when the dawn 1 liberty first tinted the colonial skies proclaiming the golden rule all Republics that this govern meiit will not do for the greatest what it would deny the humblest a government which offers to the wearer of the crown of a king und to the bearer of the staff of the sheperd the saute justice II Rheumatism Recipe- A well known authority on Rheumatism gives the folbotviu valuable though simple and harm 1 less prescription which anyone can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion one halfounce Compound Knrgo- one rounce Compound Syrup Sa saparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well iua bottle1 and take a teaspoonful offer each1 mealand at bedtime He states that tho ingredients can be obtained from any good prescription pharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable ex traction are harmless to take This pleasant mixture if taken regularly for n jets days is said overcome almostI any case of RhaSinntism The pain and swelling iif any diminishes with each dose until permanent results are obtained and without injuring tho stomach While there are manyi socalled Rheumatism remedies patent medicines oct some of which do give relief few really give permanent results and the above will no doubt be great y appreciated by many sufferers hero at this timeIInquiry at the drug stores of this neighborhood elicits the inI formation that these drugs are harmless and can bo bought separately or the druggists here will1 mix the prescription for our readI ers if asked to- Times Do Change How times have changed I When you were young people had bad colds soaked their feet in hot water and got well now they have grip take quinine and fell sick all over Theo they had sore throat wrapped a piece of fat pork in an I rutatnight and went to work next da J now they have tonsilitis and sur I gical operation and two weeeks the house Then they had stom ach ache and took castor oil and j recovered now they have appeu I dicitis a week in the hospital m six feet due East and West and six feet perpendicular They worked then they labor now In those days they wore underclothes now they wear lingerie Then they went to a restaurant now they go to a cafo Then they broke a leg now they fracture a 1 limb People went crazy then I they have u brain storm now I Politicians then paid good lia cash for support now they send Government garden seedEx i next is election and sacd11 I insignificant pieces of paper as some may think They will con tain the names of the candidates for tho various offices to bo filled the following order Republii can Democratic Socialist SocialLabor Populilii and Independence parties 1 J-L L l nd Grand Lodge Officers 01At the annual election of the Grand Lodge of Masons recently held at Louisville the following officers wore elected Grand MasterV P Smith of Somerset Deputy Grand MasterJohn H Cowlus of Louisville Grand Senior WardenR R Burnam of Richmond Grand Junior Warden David Jackson of London Grand Treasurer Copt J H Leathers of Louisville Grand Secretary Cap t JL H Grant of Louisville ITEMSCSK H Risners little baby is very sickat this writing J F Walters is organizing a creekbeuoD P Slant is done making sor 1600edI Igallons- of There is not much talkabout the election here but the people ara going to vote right Letcher Daviss new building isi poorly completed under the management of J L Burkhart Misses Clementine and Rowena Crase and Mary L Wages is visiting i relatives in Breathitt county James Bailey of Bel knap has moved to tho property vacated by suchtgmen to our neighborhood Oct 20 RANG TANG QUICKSAND QUIBBLES u isrgoffin county Some of the farmers in our section say corn will be selling for tf 120 per bushel here by the first of December Quite a crowd of our young folks spent Sunday with Kelly Carpenter and wife and all seemed pleas ed with tho day isltUvisiting her sisteri Mrs E B I tacy of this place We are glad to have girls in our neighborhood Mr and Mrs George Allen of Buckhorn visited relatives here last week Mr Allen will probe bly move to our neighborhood jin the near future Oct 20 E B S AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TilE TOLEDO BLADEI TOLEDO OIIIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State In many respects the TOLEDO BLADE U newFIaperIuhllshetllnonly newapiiper especially edited for national circulation It has had the largest cir dilation fur more years than any newspaper printed in America Furthermore iris the willbej uS for terms The Kws of the World so eaUycomprehend f pluiabwritten from inception down to date The panelye and yet thirst for prom filets That this kind provenbyover 200 000rearly subscribers and is cir ciliated of the United States IlubIIshespartinents of walter suited to every member yeartdcopy THE BLADE Toledo 0B Tile WinOnOstoLBank WINCHESTER KY N H WITUERSPOON President Paid Up Capital i 810000000 Undivided 1rulltH t 11000000 Handsome VelloHlt of rduvor t t 50000000 This bank solicits the accounts ol merchants farmers traders and bus loess men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom ers every factlltyeadthemoetllberalcaterms locb2lyr and I die DAY HOUSE i Hazel Creen Ky Mm LOU DAY Proprietor suttsample room connected Heated and ghted by gas throughout and special as oommodatinns to traveling rnen S Our Fall Opening We invite you to inspect our excellent j assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We StylishStreet j k famous ACH Trimmed Millinery MISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GRENN + KENTUCKY t1JII HAZELGREEN ACADEMY Fall Term Opens Sept 8 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches iii preparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet tar prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE J CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH O MORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers f Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE 4BoardFurnished Rooms Free Write for CataloguesM O CARTER Principal 4 Money to Burn If you have money to burn y Keep it in the house where it may be burned lost or stolen but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be ready for you when needed deposit it with us A batik 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 before the close of the year 1008 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK BBUDgies I Buggies I I Tine citizens nf Hazel Green and this art herewith informed that they n now hay firstclass buggies at home am prepared to furnish tho best made at renxoimble prices I dont han anything but dmtclass buggies and wlllhaveFIRSTGLASSsatisfaction in comfort and wear I can youCall f HazelOrecuRespectfullyJOHN H ROSE r PUBLIC SALE 0 Having decided to remoye west I will on SATURDAY NOV 7 1906 offer at pnblic auction to the highest and best bidder my farm of 148 acre oTEzelGood necessaryoutbuilding elland convenienta good family horse cow 8 hogs bay corn oats household and kitchen furni tore farming tools etc IVrms On farm onehalf each bal alien iu I and 2 years at G per cent in terest On other f1knoYnSEWELL 0 nOS- ENotary Publictt STILLWATER KY cltIuneoCWolfe t patroDOCall II- v teOffice rY I i J it o j J t 11 I 1 i i i ti J+ 6 ryrrrw taut1w 1 ji 1 t tf h = + L o I I srr ppC ofIC Natitt t 1 V AyersCherry41 doctor if this is his advice alio M He knows best Do as he says Z we publish our rormalaa Ve banish daebol 9 from ourmedlolnti At r70U to rJertsWa sector olt your r If you think constipation is of frifling consequence just ask your doctor He will disabuse you of that notion In short order Correct it at once I he will say Then ask him about Ayers Pills A mild liver pill all vegetable Made by the J C Aver Co Lowell Huf THE HERALD r DRINK WATNSCOTTS POP Miss Nora Lovelace of Frozen is visiting her sister Mrs Tom Haddix of the Swango Spring neighborhood H F Pieratt of Richmond will be here about the middle of next week and his near by neighbor Charley Rose will piobably be here Saturday H B Kashof Valeria was in town last Thursday and had THE HERALD jjob department print some cards announcing his candi dacy for assessor A child of Hira Mullins who lives aboves Leo City and was un der treatment at Dr Centers aged about two years died at the letters residence Monday night Prof H J Derthick loft Tues day for Chattanooga Tenn to be present at the meeting of the Na tional Educational Association where he is to deliver an address Miss Falay Long has on display at the millinery emporium a col lection of handsomely mounted passe partout pictures the handi work our foreman They look grand Mrs A P Dye was taken serious ly ill Sunday evening and is quite sick but under the care of Dr Nickell and faithful nurses it is hoped she will make a speedy recovery George Sandifer of Lexington came up lest week and resumed his position in John H Roses blacksmith shop Mr Davenport having returned to his home in Illinois Do you want a handsome passe partout picture of the Hazel Green Academy and other buildings connected with it Ifso come tog THE HKRAU office and see what we have in that line The drouth in this section was partially broken by a steady soak ing rain last Friday but the coun ty can stand about a week of that kindof weather before the wells cisterns ponds and creeks have filled up J M Bud Swango candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Judge was in Hazal Green Monday reminding his friends that the prhnary was drawing near and left an order for some printing at this office T F Stamper chairman of the Democratic County Central Com mittee came over from Camptou last Saturday and mado a contract 4with THE HKIIAMI to print the ballots for tho Democratic primary election which is to he held Satur day November 14 Miss Arta Dye with her Consolation school repaid the visit of Edgar Alexander of Caskey school last Friday afternoon with ant arithmetic contest which resulted iu a glorious victory for the Con solation pupils Much to the de light of the patrons and instructors also The pupils displayed their knowledge in a delighful manner on both sides and the difficult work seemed only are freshment to thorn f J i i rurDor A Noble Deed The Hazel Green Cemetery As sociation are proud to announce that J G Trimblo of Jit Sterling and Frank Trimble of Mom phis Tenn recently purchased two acres and poles as an addi tion to the cemetery which they donated to the association Thes- gentlemon I are both natives of Hazel Green and in thus donating this addition to our City of the Dead they show their patriotism I and the esteem in whichthey holdl t their dead relatives whose remains rest there The cost to them was 240 and it is an absolute gift upon their part and the associa tion which is composed largely of ladies are very grateful to them Other native born citizens now living at distant points could show their love and respect by emulat ing their example and all who can are requested to do so DiEn of typhoid fever C L Felknor at the residence of hisI fatherinlaw Joshua DeBusk I miles west of Sentinel DeceasedI was an enterprising citizen andI was greatly esteemed by all hisI neighbors was 20 years olda member of the Baptist church andI an oflicer in that congregation The funeral was conducted by Undertaker Burke of Hobart andl the burial services performed b Rev Smith at Retrop at whic place the remains were laid to rest The deceased leaves n wifeI a sister of J R DeBusk on child and many relatives an friends to mourn his loss Set tinel Okla Newsboy Sad Accident News reached here Wednesday evening last but too late for the current issue of tho sad accident which befell the 12yearold son o Mat Spencer a prominent farmer of near Rogers who while out taunting set the stock of the gun on a log the gun slipped off th log the hammer catching dis charging the gun hitting the bounder y the left eyes blowing out his brains and killing instantly The boy had been dead about four hours before his body was found by members of the family The Ladies Aid Society decided to hold as usuala Bazaar about Thanksgiving time the proceeds of which are to be equally divided between the Cemetary Association and C W B M Auxiliary of this place The former will use its fund for improving the cemetary grounds while the lattQr will make- a Centennial offering out of its share of the proceeds- As this is of interest to all we ask and hope that everyone willI contribute generously for the Bazaar The ladies of the Methodist church will serve hot soup hot and cold Inches ice cream andI cake and other palatable refresh ments on election day next Tues day When you come in to vote call on them and satisfy your ap petite and at the same time help a worthy cause as the proceeds go toward building a parsonage which is badly needed- Grandmother III Wells of Welling ton who is visiting relatives atI this place has been the guest of honor at the home of Miss Arts I Dye this week We should pay grandma tho highest respect while here for she was a frequent visitor at Hazel Green when there was butC one dwelling house to mark thoII place where now stands a beautiful little townII John Ward who just returned from Louisville as delegate to the I Grand Lodge A F M en route home stopped with our former I citizen H ry Pieratt and tells us j that Mr Pieratt and Roe Nickel both of whom live near Richmond i are hauling water from Silver creek a milo away j I John Ward delegate from Miz pah Lodge No 507 to the Grand Lodge at Louisville returned homo Monday very much pleased with his trip His dvughter Miss Lou j accompanied him and en route home stopped with H F Pieratt and wife to spend a week 4- sJ i f tit l- AittIIt iff IN MEMORIAM JHEXBY LIVINGSTON QODSEY the sohec- of this sketch was born in Hazel Green September 10 1868 and died In Washing ton D C September 22 1008- He attended the public school here andI was always considered a bright scholar Then he went to Centre College at Dan ville and even In hln first year developsj an oratorical talent which was often reo celebnttceclasnof67 For Instance In his first year I 1880 at Centre College as a member of the mibfrcshirian class he woo first honors In Juuc18N9 at the same college he was eonIvernier 1889 and an oratorical contest iin February 1890 Then In the inler college contest April 1800 In which some lgh t or ten colleges were represented he won the prize and followed that victory by win nlng the Chautauqua prize both of the latter contests being held at Lexington the Athens of the West He was appointed assistant cnrolllii clerk of the Kentucky House of Represen olives In the spring of 1800 which he filly to the satisfaction of nil In 1MU he graduated at Centre College 1with the degree of A11 anti represented that college In an oratorical contest given by the Chautauqua Assembly to Kentucky colleges at Lexington July 1892 In these his school days his name was mentioned as the pride of our slate and his brilliant ca 8rent as an orator tray held for emulation 1 by the rising generation He was a member ol the faculty of Hazel Green Academy ii 1893He was secretary to Congressman Marcus C Lisle from August ISfW to July 1894 when ho was appointed disbursing clerk nnd siiperintendcutof postotHce department of the treasury at Washington D C Dur lug the summer of 1891 he was secretary to Congressman Heckner lIe was appointed thye whichh position he held up to the time of his death with only eleven days absent from the of fice except his regular vacation which he friendehomedalways spoke ot Hazel Green m der est spot on earth and our people as the bes living lie was urged by nanny friends t enter the present race fur congress Hut tot having thought of the matter enrlie- he decided to nwalt thrf next campaign with the assurance of many many friends that he should then have their support lint atI the moment of his highest ambition andI unerrinfdart and his heart ceased to throb and hit path of glory led only to the grave li was a member of and a firm believer in the faith of the Christian church A Democrat Frntendtyeoffice and so busy all his life He had prepared himself in the law school ot Washington University for the practice of law but a weak heart from a severe attack of typhoid fever while attending school at Danville caused him to hesitate about baginnng the practice Notwithstanding the enormous cmt nf living I if Washington he saved a nice little sum which he left his mother who suture elates it as she reveres his memory Twice a year his office was rigidly investigated and found correct to a quarter of a cent Nothing too commendable can be said of such a noble character and Well done thou good and faithful Hervaut 1is just praise Peace to his ashes Vote Democratic Ticket Tuesday While the element of doubt exists in some races during tho elec tion on Tuesday next it may be stated with reasonable certainty that the Democratic Judicial tick et will be elected by a majority in excess of any in recent years The news comes to us that Breathitt county is hogwild for Howard Stamper for Commonwealths At torney and Banford White for Circuit Judge will run a close second Tho primary election on the Lath of November renders an accurate estimate on the result of the regular election peculiury problematical In fact there is so much talk about county affairs nreIj ticket an increased majority Do I your duty by voting the full Dem ocratic ticket and be sure to vote early Hon A B Friend Democratic elector from the tenth district addressed the people of Hazel Green at Pearre Hall Tuesday night and wits listened to with marked attention by a very intelligent audience Many said ho delivered tho best campaign speech heard here since the days of Little Mat Adams who at one time was con sidered the best stump speaker in this section Mr Friend injected many anecdotes applicable to the situation and friends of Judge Dn vis think he made many votes for the latter In short his speech I I took well as doctors say in vac cinationII Oney was yesterday evening looking his politica fences and loft an order at TUB HERALD office for some cards to I assist him in his canvass CorII ofcounty superintendent lW fiMllirP I Jf ftf JACADEMY NOTES r I IGreen 0II went home Saturday i I I Prof F W Long preached atII Freuchburg Sunday morning and I night i Mr Vaughn gave nu excellent talk on Sunday school revival at I the M E church Sunday night I On account of the illnoss of the j sorutnry Miss Jo Hord Frank tho I II B society program was post poned until next Saturday ni htl I Prof M 0 Curter accompanied Mr Vaughn state hold Sunday school worker to Morgan county Sunday school association at Pe kin Sunday The election is on the mins n Ithe students The faculty is con sciontious about the leaders oC each party and appears to be numbers on each side Special Notice Tho directors of Tfnel Grenn Bank aro requested to moot at saidr bank Saturday November G 1008 IIA full attendance is desired H F PIKHATT Pres Bring your cabinet photographs to THE HKIIAMI office and let our foreman Chas E Habicht mount them en posse partout It wontI cost much and improves the ap puarance of the picture Come to the office and see some of the styles he has- WOLFE I s CIRCUIT COURT rF P Wilson etc Ilnlntllli I II1v NOTICE Joanna Wilson etc Ddt J IVulfrcircuit court I will on THtKSDAY NOVEMBER 10 laws I Ihfar proof in my office in the town ofI Campion Wrillc county Kentucky for 1 debtsaestate Andy aserrtafniugees I I tate is awls F P Wilson Iis hereby notified that he must lhe present at the above iiieniioted time for the purpose uankiueettlrm 11M nilministrntiirof I Everybode of the iibove mentioned csintf Iill hereby notifiedIII lie present nt the above men tinned time anil to he in shape to intro I duce their proof in belinlf of theirclaimi 4 K TI UOSE Insist Iom Wolfe Circuit Court 4 One of Four CopieejJ I4 Sales Agents Wanted S36 Per Week or 400 Per Cent Profit All snmpK stationery1 and art data logue tree We want one permanent agent in this locality for the hugest pic ture nod frame house in America Ex 1how1 capital If you want a permanent hon oruhlo and profitable poition write us 4 today for particulars I catalogue and samples KJKAXK W WILLIAMS 1214 W Taylor Street CIIICAOOIILI I ISomeI Prove the truth give me u try jCWComo in and see me and I will surprise you Have me fix your teeth and if you are not satisfied I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPERII Dontiet Hazel Green Ky i J 80 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADC MARKS I DESIGNSI I COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone s ndlnlf a keleb and deemptlon ma quickly ascertain our opinion free whether ar Cammunlrro tlnuerlcnennadmdtalHANDB00K ou laeuLIU OieeunngputectnPatent YI tjyrlnl iollcf sit hout iItlle In the soScientifici r AbandsnmebIllastrate4 weekly freest nits eulatlon of any selentUlo lnurnaI Term Ie- reartfnurmontbstt old bJ all newdler MUNN Coaeteroadwa New Ynrkur Brunch Offlca I2i V St W hlogtoa W I Fruit oOlrno IIlontaI Trees Everything for Orchard Lawn and Galdenrrll IWRITE FOR FREE CATALOG II WE HAVE NO AGENTS tl H F HILLENMEYER SONS hi LEXINGTON KY i It 1 11 NEVSI FFALL AND WINTER MILLINERY misses PPEL TROY announce that they have ju t JtC red their Full and Win ter stock of Millinery and a fat variety of Novelties never- f before seen in Kasternl Kentuokv tFURNISHING + GOODS for ladies anti children including hosiery underwenr belts and novelty neckwear will be found in the display to which very one is invited MAPEL TROY + Kash JohnsonKashy DEALERS IN General Merchandise 11iP i COUNTRY PRODUCE c i- HAZEL GREEN KY 4 Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the i iInew stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware tc and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics Ka allof which they sellat small t for CASH their t IUIIjyQuickhope to merit by fair dealing we yoursKash Kash 1 uptodateITHE PEOPLE OP HAZEL GREENk land the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call and examine our new stock of fall and winter goods which for cash will be sold lower than 4 ever before PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yardrOur 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 goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad thefyf I itslstantI make room with the goods THINKING OF MOVING WEST II nut then wake up your mind and write me for Umriillve lIt of turms in Missouri produetthe run lit pricts running flow 1 i to 40- 11II1Ilrl1I11I1 mini where Ice Is wade loler iilile by eaiy punlilrblu farming Vliy sweat anti fret llle uwiiy in the ruin etlort to eke a mere uiinemule siistfiiamu from tin rovkrihhcil rootltietil hillsides us your fa ttier mid father father did whim there is 01 uc h good loud tube had yet awhile for mere song list out of the ruts break away from the timeworn habit that keeps takesisnti let me help you to u better condition Ml PHIPPS CkanulB Kansas B F BOLING UNDERTAKERCAMPTON NKOKMS the citizens of Wolfe and the ii ljuinlii counties that he carries I line of CnlHiiH Oaskets Burin Clothes and oursnoticefinestI IAlsoI a j JIFine Farm for Sal- eI i 1 I for sale my farm located In ilor JgllnJ onedrilledeachlurnlshltigthe ard I necessaryincluding 100 Acres of Virgin Timber A FINE ORCHARD OF F11U1TS I will sell the 400 ordividewe I neighborIlOod l U tviihiu one mile of a good school house on each of two Hides with telephone la theyconvenientAnyend get uiv prlco before huing JOHN 1 HENRY r 524m Murphy KyjDR C 1L WILLIAMS ml PHYSICIAN AND SURCEORfHAZEL GREEN KY eftszeusCOlintryatflletlOffice11e1 c I pdioiniug Greeo Bask- F Y AAtrau J j Ir f I 0f 1 JC i I 00 i l Ala 1 Epilepsy Fits j k Convulsions or Spasms 4 and St Vitus Dance are Nervous Diseases Most bybing up the nervous system j To do this a nerve medi cine is needed Dr Miles f Nervine will be found efficacious and satisfac tory It has cured many cases of these diseases k and we believe it will cure you We can give you names of many who 1 have been cured through its use Write for advicei ry My son John had epilepsy for years and after having him treated by + specialists for over 2 years he still- mostngiven have spells I know up In despair but Ing the virtue of Dr Miles AntiPain Pills for sick headache I concluded to try the Nervine During June 1906 I gave him a teaspoonful three times a day then In July I gave It as directed and I could see that he was Improving itfand he has not Had a spell since 28 i 06 and has taken not medicine since Jan07 I am writing + the case just as It Is hoping it win induce others to try It W n ALLISON Mooresvllle N C Your druggist tells Dr Miles Nerv R tai ine and we authorize him to return a price of first bottle only If It fails L to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart IndR- EVOLVING STgON4 r SINicAsGIw DE KALBILL KANSAS C1flP4O ItrINION LAWN FENCE eatlefactorqdens We make fencing for lawnp door ynrd l field hog and poultry Write for catalog UNION FENCE CO DeKalb IlL KanM City Ifo For sale by C H LOWE A BOOK OF b MYSTERY IS The Veil BY Mary Harriott Norris y 12mo Cloth 3OO pales 5150 F Order of Your Bookseller Publisherfirr RICHARD G BADGER Publisher Boston v KILLTO COUCH AND CURE THE LUHC8 WITH Dr Kings e New Discovery k AND FOR CouffHaPJlICBFrn L GUARANTFD9AT1YA0rox OK XOKZ7 S7UKD2D I GEORGE RICE IF UNDERTAKERHAZEL myflnany style to order and on the most Reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse ftttid will attend all burials when jto requested Public patronage is yewectfally solicited tt Hf GEO RICE t s a titr w i KENTUCKYKBRNBLS Carefully Collated and ConciselY ChronicledIJohn McCarty countywas trying a sun for which he WAS about to onjhisNick Jacobs a young farmer of Hal lard county was killed while cutting timber near Oscar Ho chopped down a large tree which crushed him when it fellRuck CoUongame the DreRtbilt county feudist who killed Farrish Arnett in Ohio some time since has been indicted by the grand jury of Butler county 0 for murder in the first degree John Prescott aged 19 years one of men indicted for participation in the night riders raid on Birmingham shot and killed himself in the presence of his father at his homo in Lyons county Mrs Katherine McCreary wife of Senator James B McCreary died last Thursday night at the family residence in Richmond Mrs McCreary had been ill for two years and in the last two weeks failed rapidly Night riders warned J W Clinken beard candidate for magistrate in Bath county to withdraw Mr Clinkenbeard took an active part in the effort to bring the guilty to justice following several i barn burnings last Asbury Hatfield springII fieldMcCoy feud was shot to death by his own son James Hatfield in Hardin county when the latter learned from bis sitter of the abuse the father bad sub jected her to He was arrested and gave bond The unwritten law resulted in a ver diet of acquittal in the case against Mrs Nancy Murrill for killing Mary Terry in Breathitt county The defense proved that at the time she shot the Terry wo man the defendant was in Mrs Terrys i embraceThomas R Pugha notary public ofI Fullerton in Greenup county haw I suit for 2000 damages against the C Sll O railroad company alleging that he j lost the sight of one eye by a hot cinder I blowing into it while riding on one ofI trains to Greenup In Judge Lanes court at Owingsville last week Ewing Wilson William Coffin and Drummer McKee were fined 1G 10 and 5 respectively for shooting rabbits out of season Jim Wilson of Sharps burg was fined t35 in the same court for stealing five potatoes James K Polk Elliston a farmer of Urant county was found dead in bedat a hotel in Williatnstown He was about 63 years old and served in the federal army during the civil war His twin brother G D M Elliston who survives him served four years on the confeder sideThe of the Fayette county grand jury in ferreting out the mysterious dis appearance of Willis E Smith the State University student who has not been seen for over a month proved futile al though fifty persons including students and professors in the college relatives of the boy and others were closely examined Charles and Millard Bale aged G and 9 years respectively were wounded by the explosion of a railroad torpedo at their home in Brimfield Boyle county The children found the torpedo and ttok it home to use as a target The first missile thrown bit the the torpedo and caused it to explode The children are not expected to live Suit was brought in the Lee Circuit court last week by John W Duncan against the city of Beattyville for 20 000 damages Duncan is one of the Madison county jurors summoned last November to try B F French charged with complicity in the killing of J B Marcum at Jackson and fell over the railing of the bridge into the creek John Ray an attache of the Climax club Lexington was held up and robbed Friday night about eight oclock He was sitting alone in a room reading when a stranger entered and after a few cas ual remarks drew a pistol and ordered Ray to throw up his hands and turn his face to the wall The man then went FOR cNEURALGIASCIATICA BACKACHEPAIN IN STOMACH- SLEEPLESSNESS I through Rays pockets and several deik and table drawers securing about 1000 and making Ills escape Five persons lost their lives at Paints vllle last week when their residence was burned George Stoflurd two daugh 1IrllIPtofllirdn neck was jumped from a HCCOIH start window Frank Slollurd u 1 10yearold son who escaped and witnessed the holocaustl went hopelesslyI insane and his life iIs despaired of The aged parents of Geo Strtllbnl who live in Lexington lire prostrated over the tragic occurrence and fears are entertained for their recovery The big wildcat land suit of the corn monwealth of Kentucky ngalnst the ByIthe commonwealth The case involved a big wildcat survey that covers over LcSIlieon the ground that the Lockherd heirs land failed to comply with the late reve nue act that requires nil land claimants to list their land and failing to do so I for five years a suit can be brought InII favor of the commonwealth to the title of such claimants This case will be taken to the Court of Appeals and if aOlrined will mean much to the I citizens of the mountains I Nervous or Sick Headache win yield quickly to the Influence of Dr Mile1 AntiPain Pills 28 doses 26 cent Democratic Primary Call- A t a called meeting of the Wolfe County Democratic Executive Corn nittee which met pursuant to call at the court house in the town of Campion Wolfe county Kentucky in the County School yiipeiintendantft Office on the ilh day of September 108 the follow- Ing members of said committee being a majority of tame and a quorum were present Chairman T F Stamper 1st precinct Floyd Arnett Im precinct J I1 Roe trd precinct JJ C Lykins by ircxy Arthur Lykins 4th precinct W W Bryant fith precinct David Banks ith precinct 1 C Darker 7th precinct Joe Ingram 8th precinct Walter Oliver and Sth precinct A B Cox Floyd Arnett tendered his resignation as secretary of said conimitteewhich gnation was accepted Motion was made by Floyd Arnett and seconded by W W Bryant that A B Cox be made secretary of said committee Motion carried and A B Cox onunittecmnn from the Dth precinct was elected secretory of the committee The purpose of the meeting having been stated by the Chairman T Jb Stamperto be to name the time and manner of selecting nominees of the Dem ocratic party as candidates for the various county offices to be voted for at the regular November election 1100 the 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 Thatn Primary Elec tion shall be held in each of the nine precincts of Wolfe county Kentucky- on the 14th day of November 1908 between the hours of G oclock a m and 4I 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 for each of the county offices to be voted for at the regular election to be held in November 1901 the candidates to be selected being a candidate each for thefol JudgeSheriffCounty Court Clerk Circuit Court Clerk County Attorney Assessor JailI er Coroner and Surveyor 2nd That all Democrats of the county i who will be eligible to election fur thee respective offices to which they aspire at the regular November 1JOJ election and wuo shall conform to the require meats rules and regulations of this Pri wary Call as herein set out shall be eligible to and may be voted for as candidates before the said Primary for the nomination as n candidate for such ofI said offices as they may make known their desIres to be candidate for in the manner hereinafter lprescribed provided canIdldate3rdAuy namedII to become a For any of the offices before named hereI in shall on or before the 30th day of j October lJ08 said last named date being just fifteen days before the time set here JI on which said Primary Election is to beheld make known to this committee the oflice for which he desires to become a candidate by to notifying the chairman of this committee either orally or writing of the office for which he desires to be u candidate before said Primary and ifghe desires to be a candidate for I any one of the first named eight offices herein he shall pay to the said chairman of this committee and take his receipt j therefor the sum of 500 or if be desires to be a candidate for the office either of Coroner or Surveyor he shall likewise make known his intention and t pay to said chairman the sum of 260 said amount so paid to tie used in help ing to defray the cxpences ol this Pit wary Election Except that if the chairman of the mid committee is absent from the county or state or cannot I found then the secretaiy of surd lieII milieu shall bo notified in the I hereinbefore indicated for tile notificu I lion of the ciiairmnn and the same luiids shall be paid to him gild for the smile purpose as hereinbefore required to be paiU lo the chairman Tliunu who mire first to register shall have their names i i placed liiHl on the ballots to be voted for I theyIpreterIi furiwhoever registers first for any tillce shall leave bin name printed first on time ballot as a candidate lor tint said office and whoever registers lIst shall likewise have none pfintd lust as H cnudiuaie for IIhill ollice and DO on through Anyone so notifying this committee and thus be coming candidate shall be bound by mill the rules regulations mid require nienlsol the Deiiiouraliu party nun the law of this suite governoriug primary elections And any person who shall have paid to the commkue us htrcl u lit I lore mentioned his registry fee shall nut be entitled to recover any of same from the said committee by action or other wise even though alien depositing some lie should withdraw from the primary anil have lii untie withdrawn und whatever amuulit ilimy nlliliids reiuuining In time hands of this coin udttce alter the expenses ol tine jirimiiry election have been paid shall be used by the Bald coniniittee in uelriiy the eptiiscsluvinlol the party In uneutluK proper party organization over the county nnil in case 1lllIlIicl lIt auiouut ot money Is not paid to time committee to pay the expen ds ill the primary in the way above desijj muted theta louse candidates who shall have respectevescribed nhall pay to said committee wlmt ever balance ol Mild primary expenses re main unpaid ratably unit in propoitfoii to Iuhlhy4tlmAll persons shall be allowed u vote for a candiuiite each for the various county who are HI the lime legal electors in the irecinct where they apply for the privilege respectIecr who will mole oath thud they did not vote Ion any Republican candiaate before regularloveufberlonlorin to time conditions ana ijualllicallonn prescribed by the committee having con trillof said primary and provided lurther that mil mule citizens ot this county und state otherwise entitled to vote but woo are limit yet Jl years of UgH and who will be ut least SI years of age al the time of holding the regular election in 1DUD November slash be entitled to vote In this election unu provided Jurtherlthut all persons desiring to vote In Klection shall if requested to do so by either of the judges of said election ut their respective voting places be required to make affidavit that they will support tall persons nominated lor priwary6thibis again at Cuwptonlyolleoffice available otherwise lu sonic other room ot bald court house on the lib day of November JtKW at which the committee shall declare who lire candidates be voted for lit the suit unwary election and shullIlit the spume time and plume make proper provision for having the ballots lor the vu ious precincts throughout the county printed maid distributed and shall at the same line and pluck and in the manner prescribed by law elect and appoint the various irecmcls of the county that may be up pointed lit that time tu wit Two judges u sherhtl amid a clerk lor each precinct of the county tith Within two days after the said primary election tumuli have been held and onuucted as herein provided the election officers pt the various precincts after hay lug performed the other duties of their respective ollices required and enjoined upon them by law deliver to the chairman of pollbookstaming the spoiled mutilated and question td ballots sod the keys to the ballot box together with the election seal and the otli core delivering some bliull do so in the wan tier jirescribed by law and the olliccr re ceiving same slop receive same in the man icr prescribed by law at the court house In the town of Cuiuptiiii On the third day miller the holding ol said election an herein prescribed tills committee shall again meet m the town of Cumpton in some convenient room or chime null shall thru and there count the votes received by mail candidates III such primary election and shall declare the eiiiuiiduteo receiving the higheet uuui her of votes the nominees for the respective itlices fur which they were voted for at lime said coUwlUee hall and authority to declare the louilnee in case of a tie vote between auy two candidates fur any of suit offices us well as any and all contests arising Irom suit primary election 7th Notice of ibis primary election call clop be given by this committee ut least forty days prior to the date of holding said lection by the chairman or secretary or chairman maid secretary hereof posting said notice at the court house door and at least twenty other public plumes in the county ifWolle Sth That the proceedings ot title meet lag be published III the HAZEL UUEKN IKRALD 0tlmPhut this committee do now adjourn to meet again at the place hereinbefore des Bunted on the 4th day of November 100S T F JSTAMPRlt Chairman A 11 Cox Secretary DMi us ANTIPAIN PILLS RHEUMATISM DISTRESS k 811- idIrlmnryelectloll FOR 1 Headache t- t a- z Every Month writes Mrs E Fournier of Lake Charles La IrJused to suffer from headache backache side ache N pressingdowirpains and could hardly walk At last I took Cardui and now I feel good all the time TAKE t ftj e J 26 It Will Help You Oardui is a medicine that has been found to act upon the cause of most womens pains strengthen ing the weakened womanly organs that suffer because their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but a true female remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients perfectly harmless and recommended for all sick wo men old or young Try Cardui Womens Relief AT ALL DRUG STORES benefitsASent out of town its life is ended Kept with the home merchants it is a messenger of continuous 5 keepingthis Letter Heads- Statements I Bill Heads Envelopes Cards Anything and everything In the- way of highgrade commercial printing Our assortment of job type is complete our press facile ties of the best and our workmen I true typographical artists This I tells all the story of our facilities for doing job printing of the right Cardskind at the right pricesEnvelopesI Bill Heads- Statements k Letter Headsf Enlarging Your Business If you arc in business and you want to make more money you will readevery word we have to say Are you spending your money for ad vertising in hap hazard fashion as if intended for charity or do you adver tise for direct results Did you ever stop to think how your advertising can be made a source of profit to you and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents If you have not you are throwing money away Advertising is a modern business necessity but must be conducted on business principles If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent r I TAKE ONElrof the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONEIi bf t9 annually and then carefully note the effect it has in in creasing your volume of tw ness whether a 10 20 or 30 per cent increase If you watch thisgain from year to you will becdme intensely interested in your advertising and how you can make it en large your business- If you try this method we believe you will not want to Aa let a singleissue of this paperigo to press without something from your store i We will be pleased to have you call on us and we will I take pleasure in explaining rtc our annual con tract for so s akfr many inches and how it can be used in whatever amount that seems necessary to you If you can sell goods over the counter we can also show you why this paper will best serve your interests when you want to reach the people of this community If you have iI HeadacheTry w They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving noA bad Aftereffects h 25 Doses 25 Cents Never Sold in Bulk 7aaa I 1 r j 1IJI iT71Mllr 1afv I l