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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n F n J P f1 I rIW fJ1 1 i J J I I HERALDA I t SeEHCKIl Owner UOdOEdIEnrThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Ycar in Advance r u TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12 1908 NUMBER M P edngton and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1008 WEST BOUND No1 oa ni STATIONS DallyexDallymtd Sunday Sunday Sunday 6 AM C IIMI ow Jackson G 10 umii 2 20 Ipit OK Janet 0 1A pin 2 25 pm 711 nm lieattyve Jc 7 07 am IWi pm 7iI1I1II Torrent 7 30am 3 41 pm 81 nun Nat Bridge 7 45 am 3 61 piu 821 nm Campion Jn 7 48am 3 57 pa xI HIM Stanton 8 15 urn 4tJ pm 8SI am Clay City 8 25 am I ari pm 0lLiim LEJuncn 9OOam 507 IIDJIIJl1I1II Winchester U 12 nm 520 nm1012 nut Lext2 ar 9 65 am IJ 05 1111110511111 EAST BOUND INu4 BaandtluudyI II PM Lve I A ILyt Lexington U i 35 am 2 25 pm 0 Wineneuter 101 II 13 IIID 2 SWpiii 20 2 4M ptu lEJuacttou tl 21 lnu 3 O pm 40 Stanton44l u U2 aw 44 9 IU am3 58 pm 4 au jpii Campion Juntiiij I J as pm 4 35 pm 57 Nut BriuBel67 9 43am 4 47 pm U2 Torrent 0 9 5U am 510 pm 7U lleattyveJejlill1li IIW 6 U5 pm IIU 0KJuncaLUU 11 1511111 JacksollIIj 11 lI aa16 10 pm t14 CONNECTIONS- L E JujktTiON =JruiiiB Not 11111111 will make connection with the C O fly for Mt Sterling CAMITON JUNCTION Trains Non 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ity lor Pine Midge and CiiniptonB- EATTYVLLK JUNCTIoN Trains No2 will make connection lit IkattyvilleIiinc with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Ueattyville OK JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway lor locall lotions ou the O K Hallway W A McDOWELL Ueneral Manager OilABSCOTTUenPa Agent Ohioo R11liOlJ Bailwau Time Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND NO 33 iK 12 No21 j Dally ex = STATIONS Dully ex Sundaya Suilday PM Ann 0 27IMAru1 5 20 0 Caunel City Uu 12 35 4 65 11 Helechawtt LO 12 19 s 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 62 22 Wilhum 6 11 44 310 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 r 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 I y No 22 STATIONS K DnhyesDally ex Sunday Sunday if 7 L AlIt LVEI JII Lva 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 73311 lIeleiJbawa i ei i 17 7 46 19 Lee City 11 113 8 24 13 IIUlllltoll 13 1 W 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 61 9 25 1 0K Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 J Nos21 and 22 will make close cnnnectior At O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for 1 points on the Lexington and Eastern Kail wayJi L CONLEY Superintendent PI ollQtainl Ogittia RaIi1 No1 Nu 2 DEPART AIUHVK 000 a in Campton 1180 n m 200 p m Campton G00pm No2 No1 ARRIVE IIEIAIIT 7 amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 30 pmCampu Juno 4 10 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains WJ S HENRY 4 Ueadfluluturlll JuckHon Ky BErBltSKOTINO THE JOSEPH Ga REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of East ern Kentucky and guarantees prices and quality of goods Hold orders for him iI K T ItOSK S O HAMlli 1 ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounsolorsatLaw CAMPTON KY This firm in nil the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and i Seal Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and Tnulcn Bank y I iA rti l NN r1 k44JJ THE VANILLA PLANT 3sans From Which We Get the Popu lar Flavoring Extract The best variety of vanilla comes from vanilla pliini Colin which require a mucky porous soil The plant thrives up to u height of about 1GOO feet shave sea level and as its Ile hrools do oat penetrate deep into the soil it requires only a pro portionately thin layer of soil 1hei plant bears merchantable fruit in the third year sometimes even in the second year which requires from seven to eight months to ma ture tied Ithe hurl st takes place from April to June Five to seven harvests arc mado from the same plant before it iis exhausted New plants must not be planted in the same place as the old Protection against wind also shade iis of great importance for the growth of the plant and therefore the fields must lie surrounded by trees and hedges Grabs andsnails arc oncmio of the vanilla plant The former cat the roots and the latter the young sprouts and beans While in the third year only about anotcnth part of the plants blos soul the percentage increases from year to year up to the seventh The cultivation of vanilla in German East Africa iis impeded by the absents of insects which arc instru mental in fructifying time vanilla blossoms Each separate flower has therefore to be fructified by human hands the coyer of the stigma be ing raised byI moans of a thin little rod and the pollen which is just above the cover iis pressed against stigmaWhen the young beans have grown to the length of a finger they must be closely inspected and all defective ones must be cut off The beans mature from seven to eight months after the fructification proc ess The ripe beans have a yellow ish green color The way of preparing the beans varies but an over increasing tem perature is required to dry them and obtain the well known brown black color In this way the thin skinned bean with its fine aroma is produced If hot water is used for heating the beans they arc placed in baskets and immersed in it The water has a temperature of 80 to 81 degrees Reaumur Afterward the beans are packed into wooden boxes which are lined with woolen cloth mid closed Next lay they must have a glassy appearance They ore then again wrapped in dark woolen covers and laid in the nun to dry If the weather is rainy they must be dried in a dry room at a temperature of liD de grees Reaumur but an after drying in an airy room of from two to four weeks is necessary After that the dry Means are packed in boxes New York Herald Eldest Sons According to somo curious inves tigations conducted by English scientists eldest sons tend to be crim inals and youngest sons paupers A great many thousand school chil dren and many family hi tories have been examined to yield these re sults Fir thorn children were found to lo ns a rule taller and heavier with greater ability and en durance than the others This is in accordance with tho pop iar feeling in many countries that the oldest child is superior to the others and deserving of special privileges It is a well established fact that among men of genius an undue pro portion are eldest sons Warding Off a Catastrophe- A fat woman entered a crowded street car and seizing a strapstood directly in front of a man seated in n corner As the car started she lunged against his newspaper and at the same time trod heavily on his toesAs soon as he could extricate him self he rose and offered her his seat You are very kind sir she said panting for breath Not at all madam he replied fIts not kindness Its simply self defense Force of Habit A physician started a model in sane asylum says the New York Sun and sot apart one ward espe cially for crazy motorists and chauffeurs Taking a friend through the building ho pointed out with par ticular pride the automobile ward and called attention to its elegant furnishings and equipment placeisOh they are all under the cots fixing the slats explained the phy lician r M t 1i IDEFECTIVE SIGHT Malformation of the Eye Cause Many Defective Vision Advancedcivilization brings its penalties and defective eyesight in an ever increasing proportion is one of them There are 8000000 peo ple in England who wear or should wear glasses and this number does not include the defective sight of age Modem science more especially in this country France and Amer ica is coming to the rescue It has been found that a large percentage of what is technically known as er rors of refraction can be cured The defect depends on a misshape of the eyeball JIn myopia the eye is too long The sufferer is short sighted and also near sightedthat is to say he can see fine print at a very short distance and much more dis tinctly than a person with normal vision Beyond a certain distance the world iis to him a perpetual fog People if ho sees them at all are misty like ghosts Without glasses he cuts his friends in the street On this point he becomes very sensi tire Beyond these inconveniences he does not suffer in low and mod crate degrees of vision at least and in compensation he dispenses with glasses for reading in old age which he would have been forced to wear if his sight had been normal The wonderful old lady of ninety that one reads about who can rend the finest print without spectacles is no miracle at all but simply a myope In hyperiiotropia the eye is too short In young life in low and moderate degrees at least there is no short sight Objects can be seer at a greater distance than normally The patient is long sighted But alas here his advantage ends In nearly all cases there is pain or headache mless glasses are con stantly worn and reading with the naked eye is difficult or impossible- In the third class astigmatism the eye is irregular The cornea the transparent part in front is more curved in one direction than in another All objects far or neat are blurred Like the hyperme trope the astigmatic patient usual ly suffers severely when without glasses What is the outlook for these un fortunate people who under the conditions of modern life are be coming more and more numerous IFortunately a remedy has been found Errors of refraction as we have seen are due to a misshape of the eye Can this malformation bo rectified It cannot The eye is an elastic ball filled with a semifluid The shape could no more be changed than could be the shape of a tennis ballNevertheless there is another way of accomplishing the desired object In the normal eye rays of light focus naturally on the retina the sensi tive part at the back In the abnormal eye the retina dogs not cor respond in position to the focusing point Though it is not possible to Miift the position of the retina it is possible to alter the position of the focusing point That this can be done depends on the fact that just behind the pupil is a little body called the lens The lens is modifi able in shape and on that shape de pends the position of the focus It is now several years since Dr Darter of Paris showed that the lens could be made more convex thus throwing the focus farther forward and curing hypermetropia In 1904 the ophthalmic surgeon of the Battersea Park hospital London went further and exhibited score of cases of all kinds of error of re fraction in persons who had been completely cured of glasses As the cure is now an accomplished fact and as the process is painless and safe there is hope for the great army of spectacle wearers that is to say for those who use glasses because of errors ofrefrac tion myopia hypermetropia and astigmatism For the weakened fo cusing power of ago nothing has yet been donePall Mall Gazette ShooIng the Gear For Market The Vilna province of Lithuania is probably the only part of the world in which geese are shod This district is famous for geese whioh are driven on foot to distant markets To prevent the birds from getting footsore on the journey they are mado in the late autumn to practice the goose step first in tar and then through fine sand The I goose are thus provided with wEichfectly fitting pairs of boots in they can comfortably perform the 800 mile march to the goose fair at Warsaw For nejuUcfce Pr JWes Anufaln rill r w 7r iI Oo r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneralll interest to majority of onr readers especi ally distant friends j LANDSAW LACONICS I 0 Roscoo Shackelford of Hazel Green was here Monday Buck the little son of N L Combs is very sick at this writing- H B Kash and Shiloh Swango spent Sunday night with E T KashStevie Kash who has been very sick for some time is able to be about L W Combs who was a candi date for Circuit court clerk is off tlin truck Stephen Swango of Valeria visited relatives at this place from Friday untilMonday Wm ana Kelly Shackelfordof Frozen crwek passed through here un route to Oampton Miss Maude Miller is contem plating visiting her uncle J B Kasli of Hazel Green Courtney Smyth of this place has bought land near Rogers and willmove immediately G W Halsey and a Mr Tread way of Montgomery county are in this section buying cattlt The little daughter of W H Dean and wife has been very sick for some time but is better W W Swango of below Hazel Green visited Hiram Swango of this place Sunday and Monday OF Kash and wife of Hazel Green visited the family of E T Kash of this place Sunday and MondayCorn gathering iis the order of the day and there must be lots of it judging by the amount that is hauled to other sections Mrs Lizzie Miller reports the birth of a girl to the wife of Rich Hollon on the 1st and also a girl to the wife of Roe Banks on the 9th At the election here on the lird there was more scratching than a little 10 Democrats went for Kash and 18 Republicans for Stamper Willie and Rolie Clark of Toll ver have been hauling corn from here several days haying bought of Xtlse Wadkins Bud Onion and Joe Whisman You can hardly see any one but candidates at this place it being the central point of the county Seyeral of the boys say that they have had to bury their dogs be cause they barked themselves to death at candidates Nov 9 ANON Mind Your Business If you dont nobody will It is your business to keep out of all the trouble you can and you can and will keep out of all liver and bowel trouble if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills They keep biliousness malaria and jaundice out of your system 25c by all dealers LEE CITY LOCALS 0Ben Murphy was here last week Floyd Arnett was here last Sat urday 0 B Rose interviewed our mer chants Thursday The National election went off very quiet at this place J B Hollon was here last week in the interest of his son Rich mond who is a candidate for Coun ty attorney S G Sample candidate for County attorney was here Uet ih 1 == = = =TO CORRE8PONDENT8 nil your Items early so they will reach our office mornlnjtolllloIf y not be published tittles of unusual im portance Advertise no ones busines and write on ont side of the paper only t week and is iu good hopes of being successful next Saturday The State Superintendent reversed the decision of the truatc e board who discharged Seborn Al len from teaching the Trent school for whipping the blood out of An dy Elams little boy Nov 9 A R Deafness Can Not Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There I only one way to cure deafness and that II by constitutional remedy Deafness Is cau ed by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining olthe EuataclilanTube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling toun or Imperfect hearing and when it IIs entire y closed Deafness is the result and unlei the inflammation can he taken out and this tnbe be restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine care out often are caused by Catarrh which Ii nothing but inflamed condition ol the mu cuos surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars fn any case of Deafness vaulted by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send lor circulars free F J CHENEY Co TOLEDO O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 The primary canvass is rapidly comicgto a close J A Rose of Hazel Green wa s in Stillwater Sunday but only made a short stay Jos A Rose and family moved to their nov home in Hazel Greei Wednesday of last week It was a large crowd who at tended services at the old Baptis church house Sunday- S S Combs of Richmond was in Campton Saturday and inform ed the writer that he would return home Monday Mrs Robert J Rose who hat been visiting her son Jeff D Rose at Weedman Ill for the past two months writes that she is greatly improved in health and able tio get around without assistance George Byrd and others are hold ing a series of meetings at the Calaboose schoolI house They dont belong to any particular de nomination but claim to be Come outs It is reported that they are having good meetings with u good attendance Nov 9 Dom oo EZEL EVOLUTIONS 1 Ebb and Asa Henry of Bonny were here Sunday Rev Harlau Murphy preacher1 here Sunday morning Rev Bicknell is expcted to preach here next Sunday Mrs Besie Roso is visiting her brother Raleigh Cecil on Gill moreMrs John Goodwin and niece Miss Edna Sample made a trip to Wellington last Saturday Hubert Hale accompanied by his sister Miss Edna of Pekin dited friends here Saturday tld Sunday fif Misses Bertie Cecil and Ninnie Motley took dinner with Missus Emma and Winifred Sample last SundayA Brown and Iko Rose of West Liberty a Mr Reed and Neal Volly were guests of the Ha vens Hotel last week Miss Nora Stamper of Grassy visited her aunt Mrs Frank Havens of this place Saturday and Sunday Daniel Henry and Miss Wiui 1 ji frod Sample students of H G A visited homo folks from Saturday until Monday Mr and Mrs Monroe Gevedon + of Grassy visited Mrs Gevedons parents Mr and Mrs Martin Da t via Saturday and Sunday Lee Holton died at the home of lhis son Silas near town last Mordny His remains were brought here for burial Rev Bill Yocum conducting the services While teaching a Sunday school class lost Sunday evening death camoupon S L Kosh He remark ed to his class I have taken a se vere headache and must be quiet I speaking X aganov ARDOR VITEII GRASSY GAB 0 Tom Prater who was shot at Canoy is improving J D Henry sold Ben Murphy a fhunch of cattle for 178 Born to the wife of Monroe Testerman last Wednesday a boy e Aunt Margaret Gipson who EBB been sick for some time is im provingUncle Will Henry of Grassy visited his son J D Henry of this place last Sunday R K Nickell and Jim Perkins with their wives visited relatives at Caney Saturday and Sunday Mrs G VLykins went to Caney I last Sunday to see her father Uncle Jackson Day who is on the I Isick list Earl the little son of Goodlow Holiday was left alone last Thurs day and caught fire and was so badly burned that he died in afew i hoursi1 j S S Oldfields who has been in 1 tthe Bluegrass for some time passed through en route to his father inlaws Lewis Henry on little Cauej Quite a crowd attended chnrch at the Chapel last Sunday among them Misses Edna and Mollie Hale Edna and Clara Ward and May McGuire Messrs Ernest Ratliffe Stanley Ward and Walter Heury i ITbe following young folks tooktdinner with J H Day and wife iL last Sunday Misses Nolda Davis Edna and Mollie Hale Beulah aud Stella McClure Messrs Earnest Ratliffo Asa Lykius and Hubert Hale Nov 2 GENEVIEVE MURPHY FORK MINUTES 0 Ben Murphy The cattle king J has about 110 head cattle for theIMt Wash Sterling marketII Saturday on business and also attended the Gose sale near town 1 1jailer1 friends I Last Tuesday Misses Nora Pie rott aud Jane Taulbee bad a very narrow escape from injury by be tlug thrown from a horse Girls should never ride fast young horses on big election days Milt Lykins of Montgomeryx county was on the creek last week y He says he recently made a trip Jup the Salt river and went so firIit was all Brine but thinks it was a help to him as he bought cattle much cheaper than ever before Two entertainments of different nature was givep at the home of lien Murphy Sunday the sitting room was filled with politioiansfand the parlor with fair young ladies having an organ recital i The poet enjoyed the musio the best Nov 0 POET 1 41 f f jiL + j ft I 1 THE HERALD h- LIEllilJIIII tyuMoeneeeoondelaasmntterLittered nt the llni l Green Tout I SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Xy 112 was j HERE THEY AREii l Take Your Choice andl Vote for the Best f Man t t I FOR COUNTY JUDGE ft ItJ A B JuXDIWJD 0-I AV B DUFF rrELIASI SIIOCKEY I 0IfI I J N CHAMBERS I I FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK 7 JJNDOXD1 C i DOUGLAS E1 ANSaI I FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK L JAMES T HANKS DI Tr n L CARROLL LI- k FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY H DS G SAMPLE N DI R HOLLON f fFOR SHERIFF r FLOYDAHXETTD ROY SMITHD G W SALLEE D1 1 FOR CORONER 1 DJ FRANK SAMPLE FOR JAILER DJ C B LITTLE GEORGE P DYERD J H BREWERIOI Dt W G HALSEY 1 I J ALEXANDEROF- OR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS i J W TAULBEEDI J DH E ONEY I FOR SURVEYOR 1 DE J CREECH v FOR ASSESSOR J CENTERaPE- TER JOHN T I R HOBBS I D P R IEGGOI c HB KASII DI 0I A J HOLLON J Dt JEFF lI ROSE aS D COX TYRAID B i t Now that the national election is over and the Republican cundi I dates are victorious the next thing irifbrder is the Democratic pri Unary next Saturday Let every Democrat in the county go to the polls and vote for the candidate Y whom he thinks best fitted to fill the office to which ho aspires By exercising this right the hest mellI t will no doubt be nominated and Wolfe county will bo redeemed at the next general election by roll ing up a larger Democratic ma jority than over before st Not a Candidate Campton Ky Nov 9 J908 Soencer Cooper Himil Green Kv Dear SirJ have decided to 1 1withdrawfrom the race for Circuit j court clerk of Wolfe county You J ii will please strike my name from j the list of candiaates to bo voted I for November 14 1908 1 W Coins iAtteflt A T Combs J u JJ II n Primary Election Officers We herewith publish the names of the officers of the Democratic c primary election to bo held Saturday November ias furnished j by the county chairman 1Pncinct No1William Lindon and C Allen judges j D C Col linsworthclerk j J B Hollon sheriff Precinct No 2 William HollonI j and J H Campbell judges j S C Alexander clerk j J B Kash j sheriff Precinct No 3A S Lykins and Frank Tolson judges j J M1- Reynolds clerk A C Oliver sheriffPrecinct No4G W Spencer and Win Adams Sr judges j J J Brewer clerk j Wm L Hobbs sheriff Precinct No 5G B Brewer and Merida Brewer judges j T C Hollon clerk j G C Banks sheriff Precinct No 0Jeff Brewer and John Cecil judges E T Kash sheriffaand James Cox judges j Shiloh Swango clerk j W J Dennis TaulbeeDand Marion Faulkner judges Austin Crawford clerk Will Oliver sheriff Precinct No OFarris Allen and R P McCowan judges j W R Catron clerk Willie Stamper 1 sheriff 1 An Original Ad lhp following advertisement recently appeared in a Kentucky pa per Notice Know all men by these presents that I Shadrach H Armstrong t have coal oil for sale at 15tt cents per gal Some say it aint good oil but I say it is I will al so tie your broom corn one half t for the other I crush corn everytt Thursday by tollgate Turkeys picked very promptly any day oft week Horseshoeing a specialty at six bits around Watch and pis tol repairing guaranteed Shoes halfsoled while you wait Umbrellas fixed and ax handles made I for 15 cents Will teach Southern I hnrmony and the fiddle combined Ifor 300 mo Pictures enlarged e by a now process and my hot j tamale and hair oil receipt go 330 days for 25 cents Haircutting only on Sat eve 20 cents per head i A good stripper cow for sale Also agent for the Jones Wagon the Tom McElrath Tobacco IHoist and Foots Medical Advertiser Rufe Langston is my attor ney and my terms is cashfirst because 1 KNOW you second be cause I dont know youOwensb- oro Inquirer He Is a Candidate Pine Ridge Nov 2 1008 Editor HEIIAID Hazel Green Ky Through the columns of your paper I desire to say to my friends both Republicans and Democrats that I am a candidate for the of fice of Circuit Court Clerk of Wolfe county and respectfully ask your support at the November election 1909 Yours very respectfully H CLAY LACEY Farris Simpson the former Lexington barber arrested on the charge of murdering Scipio Noble exUnited States soldier whose badly decomposed body was found recently near Covington was dis missed Monday on motion of the commonwealth Simpson told a straight story of his acquaintance with the dead than and the prose cution could produce no evidence connecting him with the deathof Noble It is believed that the exI soldier committed suicide Notwithstanding the extreme drouth which has been prevalent throughout the entire country ands trio numerous forest fires reported from everywhere this immediate locality has so far escaped th 3 rav ages of the devouring elementfire Reports now reach us that forest i fires have broken out in the hills surrounding Jackson and are doing much damage to standing timber O There is said to bo no danger to the town at present jja n rou LANDS ON ITS FEET The Fall of the Cat and the Curiosity of Scientists The curiosity of scientists knows no bounds The Trench Academy of Sciences once hind under exami nation and discussion the very in teresting question Why does a cat always fall on its feet The old answer In order ttint it shall not injacademy were desirous of ascertain ing not only the reel reason but the precise method by which a cat when tosturn over instantly in the air with no object to brace itself against in order to procure the muscular reac tion that would seem to be necessary for the revolution To assist its study the distin guished members of the academy lied one of its scientists prepare a series of instantaneous photographs showing a cat in various stages of a fall from a considerable height These photographs were obtained under the personal inspection of a committee and several successful drops which the unfortunate cats must have been totally unable to account for were necessary The photographs it may be men tioned failed to establishanything except that the cat actually turned over in the air As to how she did it they afforded no clew And as it was already known that she did it the camera may be said to have con tributed nothing toward the solu problemThe next set itsel- about settling the matter by discus presentetheirThe laws of mechanics and geome try were applied to the known movements of the cat with no othe effect than to prove that a cat can not possibly turn over in the air which however it is well established that she does One academician maintained that the animal is able to displace its internal organs in such a way as to affect its center of gravity while in the air causing it to turn by a new center of weight to one side and then by another displacement to throw the weight so that its back uppermostThis was but an unproved theory Another man of science insisted that at the very in sayfromholds her feet uppermost she iis able to make an impulsive movement using the operators hands to push against ns it were At all events the cat begins to turn in goHowever it the feet that the cat turns successfully when there are no hands or other objects to push against when for instance she is firmly held back downward by threads which are cutI at the right moment allowing her to drop suddenlyNew York Times Historical Accuracy An American traveler visited Warwick castle during his tour of Europe A tall young soldier took him through the historic house pointing out each object of interest with a longstick Ere sir he said in one of the state chambers ere is an ancient old portrait of Queen Bess A fine workThe American looked at the por impressivemore than for any other reason the visitor finally said prettyshe The guide shook his head Not pretty sir but very old he said Hnggios I HnggiOS The citizens of Hazel Green and thin vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home am prepared to furnish the best made andat reasonable prices I dont bau die anything but fnt class buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewher- oItirRemPlnberlf you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call and see me at my shop in Hazel Green RespectfullyJOHN H ROSE C tfOS- ENotary SEWELl Public n STILLWATER KY fen his professional services to Kites ofhWolfe county and solicit the patronage who may bye legal papers to ejwcnUv O itt fit his Tffiienee on jwljwoter iifaic iI AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TI- IETOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO 01110 The Best Known Newspa per In the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular In Every State In ninny renjicctH the Toutnn IllAI K Is the must rtiimrkiilile weekly news paper puMMiod in the United Stoles It Is the nnly inwsiiicr rpenially edited circulation It has fold the fOIntlonl culation for more years than any newspaper printed in America Furthermore it is the iluiipcM nrwipuper In the world liS will lie explained to HIIV person who will write us Inr terms Tin XrwH of the World so nrrmiKiil that luisy people can more easily comprehend limn liy rending cumbersome plainhtwritten from Inception down to date The peoplewhopersnllthiskludprovenhIover OO subscribers nnd is cir culated ill tillparts of the United States publisltes 1 many partments of matter suited to every member of the I yenrWrltTHE BLADE Toledo 0- YEARSBO 1gEXPERIENCE TRADE MARK DESIGNS CfauInreaI oreernnnapslerSadPatents tak n Co recelrpedal notice wit bout chars In thole Scientific Jhitericati handaomelr Illustrated weekly Larecat drof any nclentlHo Journal Terms 13 e ppart four months L Bold bjr M 3 B N wd Y oea liraoch Office OS F St Wuhlmton C Fine Farm for SaleI oflci for tale my farm located in Mor gar County Ky ou Itlackwater one mile south of Kzel A geod dwelling with ten looms hulls and porches There is one drilled well and three walled wells each furnishing an abundance of water right in neeeuarylucludlng 100 Acres of Virgin Timber A FINE ORCHARD OF FRUITS 1 will sell the 400 ACRES an a whole or divide to suit pmclmser The place is well neighborhoodIs within one mile of a good school house on each of two sides with telephone in the house Indeed everything is convenient Any one wishing a good home should call and get toy price before buying JOHN D HENRY 624na t Murphy Ky THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then make up your mind and write me for descriptive list of farms in Missouri productivethe mil at prices ranging from 15 to 40au acre and come where lite ii made toler j able by easy puofitrble farmlug Why sweat and fret life away in the vain effort to eke out a mere miserable sustenance from the ruck ribbed root laced hillsides as your fa ther and fathers father did when there is so much good land to be had vet awhile for I a mere song Get out of the rutsbreak away from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose to the grindstone All It takes Is resolution nnd u little nerve Write me and let me help you ton better condition ItNI PHIPPS Oiianute Kansas 7 Tno winonostof WINCHESTER BankII N H WITIIERSPOON I Paid Up Capital t 910000000 Undivided Prodi i 11000000 Handsome Deposit at rover i i i 950000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus mess men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers Its custom em every facllityandthemoetllberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly t DAY HOUSEI Hazel Green Ky Uu LOU nAY Proprietor Rest table fure in Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and lighted by gas throughout and special ao commodations to traveling me- nDR C U WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Izenstry and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adolniug Hazel Qreen Bank B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that he carries line of Joffiua Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style JSrSpecial caskets supplied on 24 ours notice finest made if ordered Teams And backs furnished uneralf Also can fill orders for tombetoaesc ii j i iiIifJ 1liiI lit tM Our tall Openingtt c Vie invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We f StylishStreet r famous ACK Trimmed Millinery i t MISS FALAY LONGitt HAZEL GRENN + KENTUCKYtI HAZELGREENACADEMYFall Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations Tho COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men nail women who desire to better prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for thin STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA t The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers Careful attention is given to ouch student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M O CARTER Principal n J Let Us Be Your Waitern We never tire of helping others when they ask r for good job printing We can tickle the most exacting typographic appetite People who have partaken of our excellent service come back for a second serving Our prices are the most reasonable too and you can always depend on us giving your orders the most prompt ition 4 Call at this office and look over our samples a I V Money to Burn If you have money to burn d Keep it in the house where it may bo burned lost or stolen P but if you Want to keep it safely where it will always be d ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank P account will give you a bettor business standing i d the community and a prestige that you may never P have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books wo will ho pleased to spa it there before the closo of time year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK r Ii 11w14AtF PRIDEe- nottrhhattheTxataotRU ERSTAbpSareeheap for upto date buID1A bneiaen toss9 ttanMalquuttjirrat3t1tut i of I Lptt1ihf Iro t f T717 WI I I tt i TM r J r j ItTi Yv jt I ii 1 r d 3 1 u Desperatei Couqhsht4 Dangerous coughs Extremely perilous coughs Coughs that rasp and tear the throat and lungs Coughs that shake the 1whole body You need a regular medicine a doctors medi cine for such a cough Ask your doctor about Ayers Cherry Pectoral publish our formulas We fcjmlih alcohol Aw our medicines sfromconsult urge you your to dootor Any good doctor will tell you that a medicine like Ayers Cherry Pectoral cannot do its best work if the bowels are con stipated Ask your doctor if he knows anything better than Ayers Pills for cor recting tills sluggishness of the liver Made by the J0 Ayer Co Lowell Mail THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP Charley Rose of Richmond is here for a two weeks stay with heme folks Miss Nettie Nickell of Lacy t creek visited her aunt Mrs Ells worth Lacy lust week Mr and Mrs W E Back and daughter Hallio Day were over from Cannel City Sunday Mesdames Charles Hurt and Az Dennis spent Friday with Mrs Dou Stamper on Grassy Creek Mr and Mrs C F Kash left Sunday for Campton by way of Laudsaw where they spent Sun day night with Edgar Kash Doc and Joe Stamper and James H Day of Grassy creek attended the funeral of their Masonic bro ther Sam Kash at Ezol Monday A twoyearold child of Goodloo Holiday of Caney was so seri ously burned Tuesday of last week that it died a few hours after the accident Milt Lykitis of Montgomery buyingJcattle this weekand attended Ezel lodge at the obsequies of Uro Kash Flave the little son of Mr and Mrs Ed Cecil is very ill with fe ver but Dr A C Nickell the attending physician says he will pull through Everett Back the gentlemanly conductor of the 0 K passen ger train with his wife visited the latters parents F N Day and wife at this place Sunday Miss Lillie Patrick n daughter of our former citizen Leo Patrick and wife eloped with and was mar ried to Toni Day a son of John Day exsheriff of Monefoe county George Lovelace Jim Reynolds and several1 whose names we did not learn passed here Tuesday painting the pipe of the Cumber i land Pipe Line Co Asphaltum linseedoil and turpentine are the material they use and the knowl edge may be useful to any who have pipe to paint John D Rose of Lacy creek has the thanks of the editor and his bettor seveneighths for a fine large mess of turnips Well it was one turnip but it measured 20 inches in circumference and made enough for a meal for the whole HERALD household and then some Can anybody beat it The quarterly meeting of the M E Church South will begin nt Hazel Greeu on the fourth Sunday in tbis month Presiding Eldor l Southguto will conduct the meet ing and be assisted by Revs Ra gan and Owslny and if interest is sufficiently manifested the meet ing may be indeflnately protracted Masons from this place who at tended the burial of Sam Leo Kash at Ezel Monday estimated that the fraternity was represented by at least 75 and some thot an high us flO notwithstanding the short notice West Liberty Frenchburg Greenville Maytown and several other lodges were rep feoented k1r Ll+ t Ij Like ttti the Rock of Gibraltar Among the advertisements that have continuously appeared in TIrE HERALD there is not one that I we appreciate more than that of the Winchester Bank the president t of which is a gentleman of the old school an oncomium which is as high as any standard that we could build By his courteous treatment coupled with honorable business tactics he has maintained a permanent and profitable busi ness throughout this country not withstanding tho many good local banks The Winchester Dank is like the rock of Gibraltar im pregnable and one great reason is that Mr Witherspoon and all officials connected with the insti tution treat everybody with the utmost courtesy It is Mr With orspoous trademark apparently and a glance at a receut statement proves the banks solidity For instance they have on deposit 58778828 their capital stock is 100000 and they have a surplus of 20082 90 It is a power and no mistake and the biggest capital is the politeness of all the officials Never A Flirt The Southern girl of the ante bellum periodthe rose of the old regimewas a hearts delight She was never a flirt There is a difference between flirt and co quette the kind of difference there is between a hummipg birdj making a dainty pretence of kissing a jasamine and a cat playing with mouse Coquetry with the Southern girl of that bygone day was the unconscious challenge of a feminine woman accustomed to homage It is never verged upon coarseness or crueltynever lost her the mans esteem which re mained to her after the hot whirl of the senses had subdued under the cool surprise of her look NOi the Southern girl was no flirt She was sentimental It was her sweetest charm the drop of dow in the heart of the rose keeping it fresh forever Her sentiment not sickly The girl who cher ished a dead flower her lover had given her would bind up his wounds on a bloody battlefield or ride through a storm of bullets to warn him of danger or cook his dinner and iron his shirt when hill was her husbandand had lost his patrimony and beaten his sword into a plowshare They wore cap able of dying with broken hearts those girlsbut dying with un lowered colors Mary E Bryan in Uncle Remuss The Home Magazine for November A Rising Young Minister The writer has many times heard of Rev Harlan Murphy a native of Morgan county and THE HER ALD has often mentioned his meetings but until Monday the editor never had the pleasure of meeting him personally Now that we have we must sny that he his the elements of a finished pulpit ora tor and had he the education coupled with his eloquence he would prove ominent in the pul pit In brief he is another proof of the eloquence in embryo that may be found in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky He is com paratively a young man and un less we mistake not he will prove apower in the Masters cause and eminent for his eloquence Sudden Death Sam Leo Kush a prominent at torney of Morgan county residing at Ezel died Sunday morning while teaching the Bible clues in the Sunday school at that place and was buried Monday afternoon at 3 oclock the obsequies being under the supervision of the Ma lions to which order ho belonged The Jr 0 U A M also assisted in the burial and there was quite a large crowd of sympathizing friends attending which attested his popularity among his own peo plo He was also a member of Maccabees and in consequence will leave his widow an insurance of 1000 betides which he loft but little Sam Lee was quite a favorite amid had he lived would in all probability have been the nom inee for County Attorney on the Democratic ticket +1 Udl l K Make It Yourself There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice will be high ly appreciated by those who suf forGot from any good pharmacy onohalf ounce Fluid Extract Dan delion one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Shake those well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal amid at bedtime j also drink plenty of good water It is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and tortur ous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple home made mixture and in most cases ia permanent cure is the result This simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimi native tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and strait from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which cause not only Rheumatism but numerous other diseases Every man or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suf fore from any urinary trouble whatever should not hesitate to make up this mixture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after awhile Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredient or mix the prescription rendy tot take if our readers ask them A Notevrorthy Number From the charming threnunlor reproduction ofonl of Henry Halts piiintings ota Imnntifnl womanTitledas u cover liosign to the final page tho November number of Uncle Remuss The Home Magazine published at At lanta Ga is filled with exception al short stores interesting Arti cles and pictures of more than or dinary excellence The dainty so cioty debutante whose smiling face looks into yonrs from the Maga zine cover is one of Mr Hutts best artistic efforts and stamps him at once as an artist of unu sual possibilities The cover dp sign is striking and is quite in the lead of those appearing on any of the November magazines The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac For 1909 ready Nov 15 100S best evnr sent out beautiful covers in colors fine portrait of Prof Hicks in colors all the old fea tures fled several new ones in the took The best astronomical year book and the only one containing the original Hicks Weather Fore cast By mail 85c on news stands 80c One copy free with Wordand Works the best 1 monthly in America Discounts on almanacs in quantities Agents wanted Word nod Works Pub Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo Every citizen owes it to himself to his fellows and to Prof Hicks to possess the Hicks forecasts the only reliable Mrs W H D Totten of Montgomery Ohio Miss Emma Mc Elroy her maiden sister of Sili vertnn Ohio and the formers little daughter Miss Mignon a fouryearsSwango a During their sojourn they made many friends here who were loathI to sao them leave but they have promised to spend a month or so with us next year if alive and we can anticipate their pleasant company at that time- Thanksgiving Bazaar The Ladies Aid Society decided to hold as usual a Bazaar about Thanksgiving time tho 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 cometary grounds while the attar will make a Centennial offering out of its share of the proceeds As this is of interest to allwe ask and hope that everyone will contribute generously for the I Bazaar IUOTUM POM rtUMWt O S of- tr MJ 9ttNIt 1MYs is s II Henry Pioratt of Richmond who has been horo for a week ten days looking after tho intltforII of the bank and his own affairs left for home yesterday But a day or so before he had carefully I packed and expressed to his home tho cradle in which Herald Mary I Tom and Bruce were nursed He said if tho item wore published he would kill the editor nod in fearsI iclol1Innd I I is sonic significance in the ship j ment have promised us all the i protection within tlfir power so we are taking ohnnres 0 0IA well known farmer says Sprinkle sulphur on your barn floor and through your corn as you Rather it and there will not he a rat or mouse to bother I have I some old corn in my crib at present and not arat or mouse can be found In stacking hay or oats sprinkle on the ground a little and through each load and my word for it rats or mice cant stay there A pound of sulphur will he sum cient to preserve a large barn ofII of corn and is good for stock will not hurt the corn for bread I A genloinun by the name of Golden from Waukegan Ill has been here tor a week or more try ing to sell an imported Gorman I pityiI ThaIl weighs 1IijO pounds and is perfect i in every point Such a hors with our best native mure would im prove our horse stock greatly in two or three years I The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac For 11KI9 ready Nov lit bigger and better than over by iniiil S5 cents on nmvs stands HOc One copy free with Word and Work monthly magazine ntH a year Word and Works Pub Co Ollj Locust Street St Louis Mo Nervous or Sick Headache will yield quickly to the Influence of Dr Miles AntJPnln Pills 25 doses 25 cents WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT F P Wilson etc PlaintM I vsNorlcaJiiHiiim Wilson etc Defts i Ill reliant to an order of the Wolfe Circuit court I will on THURSDAY NOVKMiiKK U IMS hear proof in myoflice in the town of Campion Wolte county Kentucky for the purpose of ascertaining the debts due the estate of Andy WiUon deceased I turdilso for the purpose of ascertaining j I tho number and amount of debts the es tate is owing F I1 Wilson is hereby notified that he mustt be resent at the above mentioned time for the purpose of inakioi settlement as admiiiistnitorof the said lady Wilson deceased Kvtry body who Is interested in the settlement of the above mentioned tlltl iis hereby notified to be present at the above men tioned time and to be in shape to intro duce their proof in behalf of their claims Master tom Wolfe K T HOEII One of Four Copies Sales Agents Wanted S36 Per Week or 400 Per Cent Profit All samples stationery and art ems logues tree We want one permanent agent in ihis loculily for the largestllic ture fwd frame house in America Ex perience unneetSMiry Ne instruct you how to sell our goods and fuininh the capital If you want a permanent hon orable and profitable position write Us today fur pariicularf catalogue IwdI samples KHAXK W WILLIAMSI 1 II14 tV Taylor Street CillOAiso Iiu Some soy I am too high I Prove the truth give me a try JfSFComo in and see mo timid I will surprise you Have mo fix your tenth and if you lire not sutis lied 1 lose Aint that fair 1 II STAMPER i Dentist Hazel Green KY1 i i Fruit 1OOrgaMegta1 Trues Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden aft 0 WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY h 1 NESeS7F- ALLF AND WINTER MILLINERY misses mnPEL TROY unnounro that they hare just received their Fall and Vin j nCYlrIi before seen in Eastern Kentucky j H FURNISHING + GOODS + j for ladies IIn children iiichuung hosiery underwenT beltsIand novelty neckwear will be found in the display to which every one is invited MAPEL TROY 0 Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General MerchandIseII COUNTRY PRODUCE ce HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Oreen and vicinity to theInets stock of g ods they hove just meived embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Grotpries Lens uld Shoes Clothing Fruits and 1 Vegetables in season Farmers Hartlwiire Ac and especially their j 1 Shield Brand Clothing Dress i Goods Latest Prints Domestics I nil of which they sell at a small profit for CASH their policy being 1 Quick Sales and Stimuli Profits Soliciting your trade which we hope to merit by fair dealing we are respectfully yours Kash Johnson Kash uptodnteLivery THE PEOPLE OFF HAZEL REBN and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call and examine our new stock of fall and winter goods I which for cash will be sold lower than ever beforetPRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard j DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yardjj Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROS 1 Sam Kashof the firm Kash Sample says they are selling 1 goods so fast and are kept sof1 f busy that they have no time to j write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad they 1 would have to hire another as sistant for which they can not make room with the goodsyum- rssara7c2 r +str- left 1II yY rr j Presidential Year iCC3 f Those WbQ Wan the TSliTE Should Rea- dNewpaperQ l 6 n fciitL lkIaji 1 TIm EVHXII7C I03X UCIUNG THE YEAR 1008 COSTS LH3S TITAN Otis CENT A DAY 4 KentuckyGovernois From Isaac Shelfy t3 ugoslus E Willson All of cntutr Inverness The only complete collection now In xlsttnc Every tu KVJI ee clan mould have a cope In blj home or office OUii nevi Till ritKSH U the new Kentucky map Curavcd CKpvelallp tor the Cvcnlrs rot at a cost oi J3COO Irentn4I jilMuJ or iul the rrexldvnu of th Inttcu States Kuleri and Flags of 1111jj t nti l atcfi hl genus ttntlttlrul data In addition to tha above thereT are nine nI t VelI l value IncluJIa the Ilrllpplius Porto lllco Hawaii Alaska l bte rJ of the United BtaiLj ranarwi Canal EaaMn and Western semis Inrullobymallbyraga8tHsciaI I j butgartA daffy newspaper for the home The EvcutU Post LOUISVILLE KY Special Price On Atlas and Evening Post Wits This Paler I I r 0r lq ifI li jIj JtjiII 1 Y1rrw r OiA eT 1 i i vITlfJ r f c r 1 fh1 f I r i rf 1 r r nr h I t J IYL4aRRr t Fm a Mj R y 1 s Nervousr1 BreakDown Nerve energy is the force that controls the or gans of respiration cir culation digestion und elimination When you feel weak nervous irri table sick it is often be cause you lack nerve processtof rebuilding anti sustain ing life is interfered with Dr Miles Nervine has 3cured thousands of such cases and will we believe I benefit if not entirely cure you Try it Sly nervous system Kara away r completely and loft me on tho versa of tho gravy 1 tried skilled physiI clans but put no permanent relief I got fo bat I had to fflvo u MilesYr business I began taking lrKeittoratlvo Nervine In a tow days I was much hotter nod I continued to Improve until entirely cured I nm In busil1 s as 1111 and never miss On opportunit v to rccommind this remedy tits W L rritKirMyrtle Creek Oregon druggIst sells Dr Miles Nerv 1Your we authorize him to return only If It falls to bensitiyoubottle Miles Medical Co Ellart Ind A AleT Eli REVOLVING g ts w ri HEAVY CHr4El f 1N XB FENCE Ca DE KALBILU KANSAS CITY MO I Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood 1n a rt t io srr1r The lowest priced good I garden hogaI t DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb III Kansas City Mo t A BOOK OF l MYSTERYjj 7 IS The Vei t- rBl Mary Harriott Norris 12mo Cloth JOE pages 5150 Order of Your Bookseller or the Publisher I RICHARD G BADGER Publisher Boston KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS I WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHS sooIEea Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OB MONEY REFUNDED GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fino Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on tho mot reasonable terms I also have I fA Handsome Hearse aud will attend all burials when o requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited tofrtf GEO RICE J 4 yf ikF iI vAx j KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisel Chronicled Dangh Cornet of Clay county shot surd killed his divorced wife last week and escaped into the mountains Are ward iIs ollcred for his capture Leslie county it the must unanimous county politically III the state At the recent election there were polled 1402 Republican votes and t4 Democratic Mat Ford a welltodo farmer of the Carson neighborhood in Montgomery county was working with a young mule when he was kicked and hud severali ribs broken Graye3Ilion day by William Peebles because Ithey disapresd as to the merits of the candidates in the sheriffs race When Hacker the murderer of Drum niond X Veal confined in the Lexing ton jail was told that the date of his execution had been fixed for Friday December 4 he expressed surprise at the early date 8aylng IIT would like to have stayed here until after Christmas but I am ready to go The will of the late Judge Tame Hargis has been found and probated By its provisions the widow Mrs Luella Hargis becomes sole heir Beach Harris the son and Mrs Evelyn Hogg the I daughter having no interest in the es tate It was found by Floyd Day among some private papers A dispatch from Jackson to the Lex ington Evening Gazette says While drilling for water on the T H Remis place in the edge of town the operator struck oil in what is believed to be pay maiI j II Will Horsley and Clay Mayfield re11 newed an old grndge Hi Garrison Carter county and Horsley it is claimed who had been drinking cut Mayfield to the bone severing the muscles of the left arm and also cut him in the groin striking i j a rib and stabbed him twice in tbeII right arm One of Mayfields eons Hnwlpys wife who was helping her J husband in the head with a rockand cut a gash that had to be sewed up Mayfield will die I How is Your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowling of No 228I rAcomI I mends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effects of Elec trio Bitters in a case of acute indigestion prompts this testimonial 1am fully convinced that for etomnch and liver troubles ElecI tric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today This groat tonic and alterative medicine invigorates the system purifies theI bloodand is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 50c by all dealersMuch uptohibition mud stared wistfully up at the sijj flId like to po in there he said to the keeper but it would be meanI to go in without my family and I cannot afford to pay for my wife and seventeen childrenII The keeper stared at him in astonishment Are all those your gaspedEverythe man J j You wait a minute said the keeper Im going to bring the elkI out and let them see you all i j Watched teen Years J For fifteen years I have watch ed the working of Bucklens Ar nica Salvo i and it has not failed j to cure any sore boil ulcer and burn to which it was applied It has saved us many a doctor billI says A F Hardy of Wiltoni J Maine 25c by all dealers FORr- NEURALGIA SCIATICA RHEUMATISM BACKACHEPAIN DISTRESS IN STOMACH SLEEPLESSNESS i 1y1ral He Remembered abygentleman One day Mose opened the big gat when tits master drove to church and was uncertain whether to close the gate or leave it open so he cried out as Uncle Johnny drove through Mnssn mils I shot dc pate In the village church five miles awn pastor null people were astomshel1Iwhen Uncle Johnny hnlf the aisle halted with sudden recollection half turned and Fnid Yes Mosc shut the gate I Seven Years of Proof- I have hud seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery i the boat medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition of throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has ha thirtyeight years of proof that Dr Kings Now Discovery is the best remedy for cough and colds 1 grippe asthma hay fever bron chitis hemorrhage of the lungs r and the early stages of consump tion Its timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia Sold under guarantee b dealers 50c and 100 TrialI Ian free Democratic Primary Call At a called meeting of the Wolfe Couuty Democratic Executive Committee which met pursuant to call at the court house in the town of Campton Wolfe county Kentucky in the Couuty School SuperintendantB Office on tL Jingmajority of vume and a quorum were Ipresent Chairman T F t tamper 1e precinct Floyd Arnett Lnd precinct J 1 Rose 3rd precinct J C Lykins by proxy Arthur Lykins 9th precinct IV- yY j Bryant 5th precinct Uavld Uanks precinctJoeI It ver and 8th precinct A B Cox resignationI acceptedIby Floyd Arnett Bryant that A B Cox be made secretary of said com mittee Motion carried and A B Cox committeeman from the 9th precinct was elected secretary of the committee JbeenJ 0 Stamperto be to name the time and man ner ot selecting nominees of the Dem ocralic party as candidate for the various tl county offices to be voted for atf the regular November election 1UU9 the fol resolutions upon motion having been made by W W Bryant and seconded by Walter j Oliver were unanimously adopted by the said committee Resolved 1st That a Primary Elec tion shall be held in each of the nine precincts of Wolfe county Kentucky on the 14th day of November 1908 between the hours of G oclock a m and 4 oclock p m the polls therefore to be opened at the regular voting place iu each of said precinct for the purpose of nominating Democratic candidates for eachof the county offices to be voted jfor at the regular election lo be held in November 1909 the candidates to be se lected being a candidate each for the fol JudgtSberiffCounty Court Clerk Circuit Court Clerk County Attorney Assessor Jailer Coroner and Surveyor 2ndThat all Democrats the county who will be elegible to election fur the respective offices to which they aspire otI the regular November 1909 election I IJ and who shall conform to the require ments rules and regulations of this PrlII mary Call as herein set out shall beE eligible to and may be voted for as can didates before the said Primary for the nomination aa a candidate for uchof said offices us they may make known their desires to be candidate for in the manner hereinafter prescribed provided1 however that no one man shall be a can didate for more than one of the said off ices hereinbefore named 3rdAny person or persons desiring to become a candidate for nomination for any of the offices before named here B in shall on or before the 80th day of beingjust5 in on which said Primary Election is to be held make known to this committee the office for which he desires to become a candidate by so notifying the chair man of this committee either orally or writingof the office for which he desires i to be a candidate before said Primary and if he desires to be a candidate for anyone of the first named eight offices f herein he shall pay to the wild chairmanJ of this committee and take bis receipt J therefor the sumof 1j500 or if he der tires to be a candidate for the offlcS either of Coroner or Surveyor ho shall anepay to said chairman the sum uf 1125 u helplug mary Election Except that if the chairman of the said committee is absent from the county or state or CUll not h found then the secretiuy of said com tiwitteej r j I nlannerIII tl shrill be paid to him und for the same purpose us hereinbefore required to be paid to the chairman Tboae who are first to register shall have their value placed first on the ballots to be voted for for the respective offices for which they lire candidates and BO on Laying prefer ordersin which they register for the office for which they ore Vo runtbllt is to say whoever registers first for any office shall hove bin name printed first on me ballot as a candidate lor tbat said office and whoever registers last stall likewise have fordso through Anyone so notifying this committee and thus be cumlngII candidate shall be bouuu by requireaprlmllrylectloIl8have paid to the committee as hereinbe fore mentioned his registry fee shall not be entitled to recover any of same from the said committee by action or other wise even though after depositing sewn he haveyi J if any of lauds reuiuinlug iu the lauds ol this committee alter the expenses ol thtIprimary election have been paid shall be used by the said committee to aelray the expenses lawful of the party Iu etlectiug proper party organization over the county ii na in case a sufficient uuiounl ot money u not paid to the committee to pay the expen sea of the primary In the way above desig thosecaudidateswhoshallhavtbeen respectivescribed shall pay to said committee n nut eever balance ol said primary expenses re J unpaid ratably and iu propoitioii to j pllhlbyvowtI who are at the tine legal electors In the precinct where they apply for the privilege respective cr whu will wake oath thut they did nut vote for any itepublicau candidate before regular1ovemherconform to the conditions and qualifications prescribed by the committee having cun brut ol Haiti primary and provided lurther that all wale citizens ot this county and state otherwise entitled to vote but who are oat yet 21 ears of ago and who will be at holdingtheNovewbllrhallprovided furrier that all persons desiring vote iu this 1rimury Election hall it to do 10 by either of the judges sold electlun at their respective voting places be required to make affidavit tbatIthey will support all persons nominated for primary6th again at CuwptanRouteoffice available otherwise iu some other ofNovembershall declare who ere candidates to be voted for at the said primary election and shall at the sallie time and place wake proper vorlous ed end distributed and shall at the same time and place und iu the manner prescrib ed by law elect and appoint the various precincts of the county that may be ap pointed at that time towlt Two judges a sheriff and a clerk for each precinct of the county Cth Within two days after the sold pri mary election shall have been held and conducted as herein provided the election bayIng uponthewpollhookataining the spoiled mutilated and questioned ballots and the keys to the ballot box together with the election seal and the offi cera delivering tame shall do so in the mau prescribed by law and the officer reo ceiving same shall receive came in the man houseIIIthe holding ol said election as herein prescribed this committee shall again meet in the town of Campton iu some convenient room or office and shall then and there candidatesiu nuwberoffices for which they were voted for at said primary election The said committee shall have the power and authority to declare the auytwwell as any and all contests arising from 7thNotice election of this primary election call leantlelection by the chalrwan or secretary or chairman and secretary hereof posting said notice at the court house door und at least twenty other public places in the county ofWolle8thThat meetIngIIEHALU9thThat adjourntofeasted ou the 4th day of November 1008 TF STAMPKII Chairman A U Cox Secretary rDRMILES ANTIPAIN PILLS I FOR Headache Dont Worry 1titoropeatthetlwomanly ills when we say It TAKE r J2Ithasbeenof Cambridge City Ind says I suffered greatly goodTheyusingthisAT ALL DRUG STORES The Right Kindi ofiI i Reading Matter rl 1 The home news the doings of the people in this town the gossip of our own community thats the first kind of reading matter you want It is more important more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from the outside world It is the first reading matter you should buy Each issue of this paper gives to you just what you will consider The Right Kind of Reading Matter ytA n 1 i- tsoirofitswith t Lloar f Sent out of town its live is Laded f crliruousbenefitf if rthis dollar at home and make n 1 He for 5is I Hirtsum 1 OJ PLomL fS r Dontt Use a Scarecrowi To Drive Away the Mail Order Wolfs You can drive him cut 1 i quickly if you use the mail weapont+ aadvertising j spendingjl t Y i iweek in order to get trade If from the home merchants Do you think for a minute I they would keep it up if busi1nessgranted that every one s within a radius of 25 miles knows what you have to selland what your prices are Nine times out of ten your prices are lower but the customer is influenced by the uptodate adver i I l tising of the mail order house Every article you advertise should be described and priced You must tell your story in an inter tt IIi esting way and when you want to reach the buyers of this community use the columns of this paper I I I r JOB PRINTINGrSfinest w1 lust a little cheaper than the other fellow Wedding invitations letter heads bill heads sale bills statements dodgers cards etc all receive the same careful treatment just a little better than seems necessary Prompt delivery olwaysJ V TAKE ONE of the Little Tablets AND THE PAIN is GONE a L If you have1o Headache Try One iii ii i roar i They Relieve Pain Quickly leaving no bad Aftereffects 25 Doses 25 Cents 1 Never Sold in Bulks i rrYlrAturr JAiA rrr Ill r4 t