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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr r l r 9RTc cow d i txfIISy4 f r i 11 1 qyrf a11ipbyf rJ r- Y iJ 11 j J i iif I iBEA II GRESS ftbl ed March 41885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Oontinentby Max ORell = = 0 fa f A 1 w 4 d 4PRNOER oooPEnTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains SIOO a Year in Advance n = + = n TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREENWOLFB COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER W 1008 NUMBER li n J Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Jane 21 1908 WEST BOUND I Hol tto3 No6 STATIONS Dtllyex Dtilyand Buuilny Sunday Sunday AAtLve AMLve PMLve wv ulJackson 6 10 am I 2 20 pn OK Junot 6 16 pm 2 25 pm 715 am Beattvve Jo 7 07 am 3 20 pm 754 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 81C am Nat Bridge 7 45 am 3 66 pm 828 am CaYnpton 7 4S am 3 67 pm 828 am Htsnton I 8 16 am I 4 20 pm 864 am Clay City 8 26 am 4 35 pm 90= am LJtEJnbon 9 00am 0 07 pm 1003 am Winchester 912 am 5 20 pm 1012 am Lexton ar 9 55 am 0 05 pm 1025 am j EAST BOUND = Daily No4 and SundayII Sunday PM LyeA3LLye2 25pm 0 Lexington 0 7 36 am 2 ISpoi 20 Wtnoheter 20 II 13 am 248 pm LluDo1onMII 28 pm 3 60 pm 40MClay City 40 0 02 am 3 68 pm 44 Stantou144 9 10 am 4 30 pm Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 4 35 pm 67 Nat Bridge 571 I 43 am 4 47 pm 82 Torrent 9 66 am 5 10 pm 70 MeattyyeJo 7U10 17 am 6 05 pm 911 OKJunon 90 1115 am 0 10 pm 94 JacksonID411 20 am CONNECTION- SL do E JUNCTION limiii No land will make connection with the C A O By for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JDNCTIOX Traini Nos 12- Sand 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton BBATTYVLLE JUNCTION Iralm No2 will make connection at Beattyvllle Juno with the L and A Hallway for pawengen to and from Beattyville O dt K JUKCTlulCTrainB Nos 3 and 4 connect with the 0 K nanway for local itatloDi oothe O A K RaUwyIW AiScDOWKLL Ueneral Manager OHAS JiCOTTUenPMi Agent i 0I t t 01110Owl8 tiGtIIIUwal Time Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND No 33 Ii g No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS y Dally ex Snnday lIunuay PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 a5 466 11 Heleohawa 20 12 19 4 45 13MLee CitYM 13 12 13 4 05 20MHamptonM 11 11 51 3 52 22 WUhuraM 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUNb- No 34 h KNo 22 es STATIONS Dally es Sunday r Sunday AM LVBPMLvB7 10 27MMCannel City 0 1 00 rt 7 3S 21 Heleohawa 6 1 17 7 45 19NLeeCUy 11 123 8 24 13 Hampton M 13 144 8 37 10MWUhuratM 20 151 025 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 30 0MJackon 27 230 NOB 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at 0fk K Junction with Not 3 land 4 for I CONLEYkwaySuperintendent mountain GOQtI81 taIlIBaa No 1 No 2 DEPART ABBIVE 600 a m Campton 1130 a in 200 p m Campion OrOOpm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JnnolO 05 am 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains WJ Sa 4- ENRYJ4kaonKyREPEESENTINO THE JOSEPH G REED CO- d Wholesale Dry Oeedi trod Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO + 8olicia the trade of the merchants of Salt J ern Kentucky and guarantees price and quality of goous Hold order for him iW E T ROBE 80 SAMPLE toROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON KY Thii firm e in all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Taw and Rail State Litigation sadTtrad4rooT ser I Ind t ii i r otMsi itittlNAY STROCTUItE L4 NlItUoa atWater and Mill SfeMtilti This Unique Bfrtiictlon The oldest structure in the world today built for a railway passenger station stands at the corner of Mill and Water streets in Loxiug torn ThisBtatoment is made in a care fully prepared article written for the Meohanical and Electrical En gineering record of the Kentucky Stito University by Prof V E MiTno i for many years connected with tHe latter institution Professor Munoy refers to the old Louisville Nashville depot As it appears now there is little difference from what it looked like when first built A plain square shaped building three stories high and built of brick it iis familiar to every man woman and child itf fheWty of Lexington It was only abandoned a few month ag6 bythe L do N upon the completion of the new Union Station between Limestone and I Walnut I The writer leafned from the late Captainyeaae Wdodruff that it was begun in 1833 and com pleted in 1835 continues Professor Mnncys article When com pleted it marked the eastern terminus of the Lexington Ohio railroad and contained the offices of the company From the northftt corner of this building the firtfc3bassenger railway car welt of tbfeHegbanies started on its dally Dtto Frank fort lthaibeenuVleafbr almost three tftrrterB fadJ ntury qnd staffs Ja landmark to remind the present generation of the old orderbf ttritigain Lexington and CentraTTCetltudky Those who prepared the char ter granted January 28 1880 to the Lexington Ohio Railroad Company contemplated a rod from LexiriRlohto Louisville The early advertisement to contractors invited bids on the construction of eightmiles of Toad from Louis villa eaMnotrd andefct miles from Lexington westward but the citi zens ofLdulavtlle w6w not then ready to apply IhemaeTvefl seridns ly to the construction of a railway They bads camawraial outlet through the Ohio river IIMr Winter and hiVcoworkors most of whom were residents of Lexington then set thdmarlver as tiidnouBiytothoHjfek of building the road from Lexington to Louis ville Soveral engineers were em ployed The first was Thomas J Matthews of Transylvania Univer sity who began a preliminary sur vey of the proposed route during the latter part of March 1880 Soon after this the president em ployed Samuel H Kaunas Mr MoIlvain and others to put the work in a state of forwardness TheJireol6rj requested the presi dent to go eastward in search of ainan1 iprchief engineers place HJ Ranhey who had boon in the servica of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad Company applied for the place President Winter offered him a salary of 1200 per annum This he declined but agreed to workwithout compensation a few months until the boardcould judge of his competency After a trial of three months he was made chi engineer of the road August 10 1832The of directors had some- difBcultyiu obtaining the right of way through a number of farms In two casesthe Duckor farm and the Francesco farm Presi Winter reported that an amicable adjustmeutcouldbe brought about only by the purchase of the farm outrightThe subscriptions for capital stock ir resalted for by the direc il f tory in installments of from ono per to ten for cent These pay ments were made in some instances very slowly T hf treasurer was frequently embarrassed for funds The directors were com pelled to meet outstanding obliga gationa fronf lhefr own resources liThe friends of the road finally obtained an act of the Legislature of Kentucky enabling them to pledge all of the property of the Lexington Ohio Railroad Com pany to the State and to issue bonds to the credit of the State These bonds wore sold at a premium for money to continue the work on the road They were afterwards cancelled by the company and the State loaf nothing thereby The grade from Lexington to the top of the hill northeastof Frankfort was fairly easy though gotten at the expense of many short curves From the top of this hill to Frankfort and the riv er an inclined plane was used II After the road bed was graded two parnllel ines of stone sills were placed upon the grade Into the sills holes were drilled larger at the bottom than at top so that when molten lead was poured in and cooled it was held securely The rails were of wrought iron Lexington Evening Gazette How is Yr Digestion Mrs Mary Dowling of No 228 8th ovenueSanFraociBco recom mends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effects of Elec tric Bitters in a case of acute indigestion prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Elec trio Bitters is the best remedy on the market today This great tonic and alterative medicine invigorates the system purifies the blood and is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 50c by all dealers EI Cpalgn A State campaign in the interest of education will be waged in Ken tucky theweek beginning Novem ber 20th when prominent speakers interested and thoroughly posted in the cause of education will talk to the people in an effort to arouse a greater interest in better I Schools The campaign was planned by Prof J G Crabbe Superintendent of Public Instruction and backed by Robert Og den of the Southern Educational Association which furnished the money for the fight Prominent speakers fromall over the country as well as the speakers in Ken tuoky and the leading educators of the State will take part in the campaign Every county in the State will be visited und speeches made in all of them Watched Fifteen Years 1IIor fifteen years I have watched the working of Buckleus Ar nica Salve and it has not failed to cure any sore boil ulcer and burn to which it was applied It has saved us many a doctor bill says A F Hardy of Wilton Maine 25o by nil dealers Tragic Death Harvey W Watterson son of Henry Waltersou editor of the Courier Journal fell from the nineteenth floor of an office build in NewYurk City last Wednesday eyening the fall crushing his head and every bone in his body was broken He was attempting to iloeo a window in his private of icfrwhcn he tripped on a radiator and plunged to his doatn He was thirty years of age and a lawyer by profession He leaves a wife nd one child His body was brought to Louisville Saturday and temporarily placed in the receiving vault of Cave Hill cemetery t fli tj LEE CITY LOCALS 0Ben Murphy was hero Inst week buying cattle Seborn Allen hns returned to teaching school on Trent Superintendent Crabbe giving him the privilegeSam of Hazel Green was hero Saturday in the interest of S G Sample who is winner for County attorney GCAllen and DrJI It Carroll wore hero Saturday in the interest of Robert Carroll for County court clerk Tom Smith who is charged with assault and battery against James Nickell went to Judge G T Center and himself up The following are the candidates who received majorities hero Sat urday JC Linden 184 Floyd Arnett 143 Elias Shrckoy 112 S G Sample 110 JWTaulbee 13 Robert Carrol 12 j J MRose 9 There was very little trouble and candidates worn on the ground using their host efforts to secure votesNov 10 A H Seven Years of Proof I have hud seven years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best 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 hnd thirtyeight years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery is the best remedy for cough and colds lu grippe asthma hay fever bron chitis hemorrhage of the lungs and the early stages of consump tion Its timely use always pre vents the development ot pneu monia Sold under guarantee by all dealers 50c and 100 Trial bottle free STILLWATER SPARKLES u Jane Taylor is now living with Mr and Mrs S C Rose Jerry CardweU of Jackson was in this section last Saturday Buddy Brewer and wife of Pine Ridge are visiting relatives at placeBill Roses wife and oldest son Robert of Powell county are vis iting Robert J Rose this week Ealy Kash of Frozen creek but formerly of Stillwater took diu ner with George Sally Sunday A man by the name of Hollon accidentally shot himself through the leg on Holly but is only a flesh wound M S Campbell and Curt Pie rail of Hazel Green wero here Sunday and both expressed them selves very much overjoyed at G W Sallys victory in receiving the nomination for sheriff Nearly every one seemed to be intoxicated Saturday at the elec tics in Stillwater voting precinct and several pistols and knives were drawn but luckily no one was hurt except Frank Dunn who claimed to have hud his leg sprain ed in a tussle while trying to pre vent Judge G T Center from tak ing a revolver from him Nov 10 DOMIVOO Another Correspondent Some of our citizens are disappointed at the election Arthur Kash passed through here en route to Public Square What is it that brings November OhlI Thanksgiving 1 remember E E Elam of Elam visited Otis Tutt of this place from Sunday until Tuesday Miss Maud Miller is spending a I few weeks with her aunt Mrs John Kash of Hazel GreenII J A Row has moved to his new i rAitr LJttI I n homo at Hazol Green tadva ro gret very much to give him up Mrs H B Rose and little snn Ceciland her sister Miss MollieI Rose spent Sunday at the home Ii lof W H Chambers Miss Xudia Chambers accompan ied by Misses Iva Weekly Snrnh Pratt and Winifred Sample all of H G A spent Sunday at this place Nov Hi Topav 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 keel out of all liver and bowel trouble if you take Dr1 Kings New Life Pills They kotp I biliousness malaria and jaundice 11111iGRASSY GABIo Everybody is out bird hunting Quite a crowd attendedchurch at Old Grassy Sunday Xach Hall Y of Lotig Branch died last Friday and was buried at Old Grassy Saturday Harry Cecil and sister Miss Lillie visited friends and relatives at Mt Sterling lust week Mrs Emma Day visited her grandfather Jackson Day of Ca ney who has been ou the sick list Miles Bishop Frank Cecil J B Rose and J D Henry went to West Liberty Monday to attend courtEdgar Lykins our noted horse jockey swapped horses with a Mr Griffey lust Saturday and made a landslideMisses Kate Pierntt and Delia Lykins and Edgar LykinH spent Saturday night and Sunday with J Dudley Barker Revs Will Gevedon and Wilson Hiiney have been holding a pro tracted meeting at Sycamore Grnye for the past weekwith I good attendance Now 10 GJo EIFFII Deafness Can Not Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only one wuy to cure deafness lint thlltlU by constitutional remedy Deafness Is cam eil by an Intlumed condition of the mucous lining of the Kuitachlan Tube When this tube is Intlauied you haven rumbling found or imperfect hearing and when it 1U entirely closed Deafness is the Jesuit and unless the Inllaimuiition CUll he taken nut and this tube be restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Caturrh which is nothing but Inflamed condition oi the DIn COOS surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send far circulars free F J CITE Elt Ci TOLEDO O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Hulls Family Tills for constipation ACADEMY NOTESI 0h alley Combs visited at HdeI chuwn Tuesday Vise Kate Swango visited her grandmother Sunday Prof F W Long preached at Salem Sunday morning Hendrix Lykins a former stu dent spent Saturday night on the hill Bro H J Dorthick has returned from Big Sandy valley and reports u successful trip C One hundred and thirtysix is the number now enrolled Denny Xickell having matriculated Tuesj day I 11 The H K society gave au interesting program last Saturday night i und till I Ds will entertain next j Saturday night f The plumbers are at work in Peurre Hull putting in the steam heating pipes When completed- it I will he of great benefit to the- J Y faculty and students these frosty morningsi Quite a number of students spentISunday with homo folks Among them were John Weddington Miss Martha Rasnick and Miss Juda Chambers who was accompanied by Miss Sarah Pratt and severalI other girls Shake in a Bottle Sow iis the time when the doctor gets buoy and the patent med icine manufactures reap the har vest unless great care is taken to dress warmly and keep the feet dry This is the advice of an old emi net authority who says that Rheumatism and Kidney trouble woath fr is here and also tells what to do I in case of an attack Gut from any good prescription pharmacy oue half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kurgon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Mix by shaking in a bottle and 1 take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime lustJ try this simple homemade mixture at the first sign of Rheumatism or if your backaches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said to be a splendid kidney regulator and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the blood which the kidneys fail to filter out j Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost j Druggists in this town and vicin- Ity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these ingredients or if our rendersII prefer they will compound tho mixture for them 1CamptonI 1 Editor Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Through the columns of your valuable paper I desire to express my appreciation of the kindnesses and favors shown me I by my friends in the recent pri mary election Personally I am indebted to those who stood by me in my race for the nomination officially if indeed I am so fortu j nat as to be elected County At torney next fall I shall feel duty bound and obligated to the people of the county as a whole without regard for those who aided or op posed me in this my first po1itcalIrace 1 have made no promises except to do my duty if elected I and that promise it will be my highest ambition to fulfill Again assuring my friends of my appreciation of their efforts in my behalf and of my gratification at the result of the election as I concerned my personal interests i and assuring those who for reasonsIof their own made fair efforts I against me to secure my defeat that they have still my friendship and good will 1 beg to remain Very sincerely yoursS SAMPLE 1 Thanksgiving Bazaar 1 The Ladies Aid Society decided to hold as usual a Bazaar about Thanksgiving time the proceeds of which are to be equally divided between the Cometary Association and C W B M Auxiliary of this place The former will use its und for improving the cemetary rounds while the Jailor willmake 5 L Centennial offering out of its share of the proceeds i As this is of interest to all we isk and hope that everyone will I thetlozanrt Womans character has boon ikened to a postage stampone black mark ruins it Mans like treasury notono matter how many stains it still passes at par This double standard established by society is not just but it is recr gnized the world overJ A q J t i T iY i f 4V 7 Tl T F1I i f Wj 1 ill f w I Ii THE HE1ALDEntered atthe Ilarel Oren rout 4 ofiloeaiReoonit clasmatterI SPENCER COOPER t Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Nov 19 BIOS DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Couuty JudgeW D DUFF For County Court Clerk R L CARROLL For Circuit Court ClerkI C MNDON For SherlffGEORGE W SALLFY For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AssessorJ T CENTER For Jailer J C B LITTLE For Co Superintendent W TAULBEE For SurveyorE J CREECH For Coroner J FRANK SAMPLE JOHN Fox JR author of The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come has again published a fr story of mountain life in which i he surpasses his descriptive scenes of The Little Shepherd of King dom Come and many think the latest story the best from his pen The title is The Trailof the Lonesome Pine and the scene is laid at Big Stone Gap the time i being the boom bubble and burst at that place The hero of th I p story is a civil engineer Jack Halo i who being attracted by the possibilities in that section makes aI preliminary examination and at a tree known in the tradition o the country as the Lonesom- Pine discovers a little girl sitting at the base of the tree her littl sunbonnet pushed back her arms locked around her knees her bar feet partially hidden under he crimson dress and her piercing black eyes fixed on the smoke in the valley below She becomes to him an interesting and absorbing type of humanity Ho discovers a speckled trout in the stream assembles his fishing rod and goes j jafter the finny tribe when June i the little girl sees and flies to her papa in fear that the stranger ii- a is revenuer hunting a still The old man known as Devil Judd and leader of the Toliver faction against the Falins across the lint in Virginia is at once up in arms but little June begs him not to shoot The result is that Hale goes home with him and deter girlfher to Big Stone Gap where he r places her in proper hands and puts her in school Hale mean time had organized a law and or der ieaguo at the Gap The Toli vers and Falins are about to come together in battle but Hale organizes his forces and keeps down the disturbance Bad Rnfe Tol liver an uncle of June kills a man for which crime he is arrested tried and hanged Then little June shows her loyalty to kin by standing by them Hale has her educated in New York where she is surrounded by the boat dressed society and when she returns to the Gap and finds Hale broken in finance and wearing brogans with other Jiko dress she feels above i him The continued trouble be tween Hale and the two warring factions caused the Tolivers to move West and little June still loving her benefactor Hale goes with her father and cousin a dare devil desperado known as Young 7c Dave The latter is killed and her father dies when he reveals the fact that the old home and cabin on Lonesome had been deed ed to June by Hale She returns i to the Gap meets Hale and they are married by Uncle Billy a character who has much to do r with the story and if thure be a j fault in the fiction and fact comprising I the story it is in the de j fionement But throughout the ar k TOFFICIAL REPORT Of the Ballots Polled at the Democratic Primary Election Held in Wolfe County Saturday November 14 1908 rnucixcr xo I 2 t I i 6 Ii 8 II TOI For County ui IiA It liinclriini Fer1 11 II1 21III 14 68 0 138 w It Unir 41 I110 jli III 35 181 25 123 fi28 Kilns Shockey ir13i 4tj r n sl 12 5 6 r 250 1111351JI I i Douglas Inns 14 12 74 iIii 15 tit 22 22 1011 410 For County Court Clerk i Tames T Hanks 102 171 112 57 23 33 42 2ft iII 485 Robert L Carroll 114 0S 4i 88 03 HO tfill 1111is 682 AttorneyS irfi 137 52 107 20 100 74i 24 74 750 I R Hollon 43 33 65 33 68 48 29 33 Iii 419 For Sheriff Floyd Arnett 192 48 48 35 49 3t 55 7 31 504 I I IH11211OFrankconpleFor Jailer 63i5U 1551j J C B Little 117 fifl 44 20 30 121 28 392 George P Dyer 10 141y II2i 7 j 2j 2 100 J 11 Brewer 2i ill 44 381 48 4i 18 290 W G UaUev 4ii 8 W 3i 10 5i 4t 11 20 232 I J Alexander 4 27 Id 12 0 ti 4 04 135 SuperintendentL ins mil no 68 oj SOll 22 641 eos- ilII K 4ji 57 28 IL 88 478Oney ilhiI IiFor IIK 1 Creech Surveyor 73 W M 70 20J PI Ul 731148- 3For Assessor 3SJohn T Center 1 43 52i 14 3 Ilil3a 14 Ijj 261 Ieter IL Hobbs 7 11 11 10I 2 21 M I 92 P R Leg ill 2V 2 75 4 31 1 f l 148 II D Knsh 10 24 4 5 37 iiIIIj 83 Jell M RoseW I 3 0 S 5 3F 7i 14j 163 94SD H Tyra 41I 2V 2 15 54I 30i 2 2 P 186 13AIllollonI Istory is maintained the independence loyalty and clanishnees of retIlighe landers Mr Fox has lived among the people of whom he speaks and his vernacular is perfect in all re spects Besides being an elegant afboomeand burst at Big Stone Gap some Kenej tuckian especially of this sections TheeScribuersrSons New York and the book will mailed to any one on receipt of 150 the priceIElection of Democratic Precinct Committeemen- On Saturday November 21 committeemen from every pro cinct in Kentucky will be chosen by the Democratic voters of their respective precincts and a com plete reorganization I by counties made At the last Democratic State Convention held in Lexington last June new rules regard ing the election of committeemen were adopted and the elections of next Saturday will be held under these rules thus giving eves Y voter a voice in the matter The State Central Committee having the good of the party at heart de sire that all shall know the method bj which the committeemen must be elected The rules pertaining to the election are given herewith Precinct Committeomen How SelectedIn the voting precincts ofall counties there shall be elected by the Democratic voters in such precincts a committee of one member who shall constitute the precinct committeeman of such precinct In all State district legislative or county mass conventions the proceeding and election committeomen shall be null and void if the chairman of said mass convention refuses to give tellers and have a count of the vote of those Democrats pres ont if said request for tellers is madeand the refusul of said chairman to give tellers and a count the chairman so refusing shall be removed from his office by the State central committeeman upon proper proof co made to him When Elected or Appointed Said precinct committeemen shall be elected on the third Saturday in November 1008 and shall be residents of their respective pre cincts The Democrats of this State shall meet at their various voting precincts at tho hour of 2 oclock p m and proceed to tho election of a committoeman to serve until his successor shall be elected by order ofa succeeding State Convention The retiring precinct committeemen shall call their respectivo precinct mass meetings to order and shall pre I t side until the massmeetings shall elect a chairman Where there iisI preciuctIte county committee shall designate some qualified Democrat living in I the precinct to call said meeting to order and preside until the election of a chairman Meeting Organization R e movalof Chairman or Secretary On the Monday following such election such precinct committeemen shall meet at their respective county seats i in counties having more than one legislative district they shall meet at some convenient place in their said legislative districts to be designated by the re spective county or legislative district chairman then in office who shall preside and organize by elec ing a chairman and secretary to said county or legislative district committee who may or may not be a member of said committee In countes containing cities of the first class these meetings and all other meetings of the precinct committeemen in the legislative district embracing that part of the county outside the city shall be hold at the county courthouse or at some convenient place designat led by the chairman of the legislative j district committee of which due notice shall be given The Guinea as a Christmas Bird Those who have learned to ap preciate the exquisite flavor which the delicate flesh of a plump guinea invariably possesses are not slow in expressing surprise at a the fact that the excellent quali ties of this bird have not been h more widely recognized It is true that the cookbooks have little to say about them Even some of the socalled standard works onII cookery fail to refer to them at and yet there can be no question but that tho properly cooked fowl is superior eating to either j the duck or the goose Dr Langworthy who prepared the recent bulletin on The Guinea Fowl for the United States De partmeut of Agriculture advises that the bird Lo cooked with an onion and bacon in a casserole orJhe reccommends the following re cipetlCoyer the bottom of a skillet withsliced onion slightly browned j lay on it the guinea fowlnicely cut as for a fricassee putting thin strips of bacon over the meat i add a little water close the skillet rightly by means of paper tied over the top Cook in the oven until well done Serve with boil ed cereals like samp or hominy in tho place of potatoesThe De cember Delineator H H Pointer an expert account ant of Clark county and a Mr Nickel of the same county are hero ready to invoice the stock of goods in J T P yfl store t XJ1 ill tsir j Fine Farm or Sale I oflet for tale ray fade located In Mor gRn County KJ mr JIIackwRter1 ne mile south of Ezel A good dwelling with ten rooms halls and porches There Is one drilled well and three walled wells each furnishing an abundance of water right In necessaryiucluding 100 Acres of Virgin Timber A FINE OIICHAUD OF FRUITS I will sell the 400 ACHES an a whole or divide to suit ptuchaier The place Is well neighborhood lis within ono mile of a good school house on each of two sides with telephone In the house Indeed everything Is convenient anyone wishingI a good home should call and get my price before buying JOHN D HKNRY- 524m Murphy Ky THINKING OF MOVING WEST- II not then make up your mind and write me for descriptive list of farms in Missouri produclhcthe MIII at prices ranging from 15 to 40 an acre aml conic where tile Is made toler- Able by easy paofltrble farming Why swertt and fret life away In the vain effort to eke out a mere miserable sustenance from the rockribbed rootlaced hillsides as your father and fathers father did when there Is so notch good land to be had yet awhile for II mere song Get out of the rutsbreak away from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose to the grindstone All It takes Is resolution and a little nerve Write me and let me help you to better condition IItN PHIPPS Giianute Kansas Some say I am too high Prove the truth give me a try ifM Come in and see me and I will surprise you Have me fix your teeth and if you are not satis fled I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky BanII N H WIT ERSPOON President Paid Up Capital lOOOOOOO Undivided 1roflli i 11000000 S llandsome Deptmlt I- cover I I I 8SOOOOOOO- II This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers tradera and bus Iness men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom ere every facility and the most liberal term within the limits of legitimate banking loct 21- yErllhtOrI1II1eJ1t1 Trees Everything for Orchard Lawn andII Garden WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER do SONS LEXINGTON KY B F BOLING UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens of Wolfe andINFORMS counties that be curries line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style ESySpecinl caskets supplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c DAY HOUSEC 4Hazel4 Mrs LU DAY proprietor Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A tlarge sample room connected Heated and lighted bye1 throughout and special aC J commodations to traveling me- nDR C H WILLIAMS i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON J HAZEL GREEN KY 4 his profestlonal services to the cit zens of Hazel Green and surrounding coun ry and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adjoining Hazel seen Ban- kSEWELL C HOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY Often his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county and solicits the patronage of all who may have legal papers to execute Office at his residence on HUH water The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac For 1009 ready Nov J5 bigger and better than ever by mail 85 cents on news stands 80o One copy free with Word and Works monthly magazine at 1 a year Word and Works Pnb Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo i 0 i Our Fall Opening- We I invite you to inspect our excellent assortment ofstylish Fall Millinery We willshow an exceptionall array of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including theIfamous AGH Trimmed Millinery gii MISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GRENN + KENTUCKY AZELGREENACADEMY Fall Term Opens Sept 8 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to leviow all the Common Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possibly for young men and women who desire to better prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE JERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH o MORE YEAR in College Teachersjj The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free itWrite for Catalogues M O CARTER Principal Money to Burn IIff you have money to burn Q Keep it in the house where it may be burned lost or stolenuit but if you want to keep it safely where it will always bwVready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank account will give you a hotter business standing in the community and a prestige that you may never i have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will bo pleased to see it there before the closoof the year 1908 r THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Letter Headsiy1Statements Bill Heads t Envelopes Cards Anything and everything in the sway of highgrade commercialaprinting Our assortment of job type Is complete our press facllifI ties of the best and our workmen true typographical artists This tells all the story of our facilities for doing job printing of the right CardsJkind at the right pricesEnvelopesI Bill Head- sStatement Letter Heads ss- r f s 4M 4MYr4JrU L y r c 1 b Ir1 = q 11y rIAA r I i fIT cT rf bI jc0 3 tf i 8i irlt fl j i oj i d If 1 1 y Destroys HairGerms fit Rccentdiscoverles have shown that falling hair is caused by germs at the roots of the hair Therefore to stop falling hair you must first completely de stroy these germs Ayers Hair Vigor new improved formula will certainly do this Then leave the rest to nature Don not change the color of the fialr Jermula withjiteh bottle showltto your ors Alk bout doctor It then do ahe eye Recent discoveries have also proved that dandruff is caused by germs on the scalp thingtodruff germs Here the same Ayers Hair Vigor will give the same splendid results Mode by the J 0 Ayer Co Low ll ttut THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS POP John Wilson of Belknap was in town Monday Poke Rose of Lee City was here Monday on business A man by the name of Hollon was shot Saturday on Holly and wounded in the leg Aunt Ellen Pioratt is visiting her son Curtis and family on Grassy creek this week Az Dennis and Jim Faulkner on Monday killed 27 partridges in a hunt of about three honrp You cant please everybody and if you work on a newspaper it is still worse You cant please anybody Sam Fairchilds and fieecher Whitt two of the best boys at H G A spent Sunday with our devil Flave the little eon of Ed Cecil and wife is getting along quite well under the treatment of Dr A C Nickell Buford Murphy who has boon in Missouri Iowa and Wisconsin since he left hero a few months ago came home Sunday Ben Stamper a soninlaw of Uncle Holly Nickell left this morning for the West but we do not know his destination George Dyer and wife have the thanks of the editor and his bet ter seveneighths for a mess of fresh pork including some fine spare rib Miss Poteet of Ashland arrived here Tuesday and will take charge of the musical department of Ha zel Green Academy if she hat not already done so John Crayons returned from Mt Sterling Monday night and says that while cattle sold more brisk than last court and price was about the same o Aunt Dicie Lockhart consort of Elijah Lockhart died at May town Saturday night of informa ties of old ago She was in the 80s and well known as a good womanMrs Dave Roland who lives near Campton was buried on Lacy creek Monday Sbe was a sister of George Hobbs who formerly lived here and was a victim of consumption Hello Ferguson a colored girl of Daysboro neighborhood on Monday lost nine yards of deep blue ribbon about one inch wide And she will be grateful to the finder if loft at this office Rags are needed around a printing office to wipe up machinery ect Wo find much trouble now r in getting rags as people seem to be wearing them because they cant get anything else to wear tJ Sam Osborne who was a student of Hazel Green Academy some 10 years since but who now lives at Chanute Kansas accompanied by his wife were the guests of the Day Houso Monday night They were en routo to see his mother in Morgan county where sue ia quite Diok 4 i JL ICaMrry J Mprton Swango who was born and rats tl here but who has boon living at Buttp Mont for the past 10 years was in Mt Sterling Mon diy visiting his pareuts John Cru vens of this place who was there attending court learned that Mort had come back to the old home state to got him a wife and she proves to bo Miss Icy DeMoss of Newport who was music teacher at the academy while Mort was stilla resident here and thoy were then sweethearts When he called upon her at her home she insisted that ho would have to be inspected by her parents who had never seen himi He complied with her request and in turn he told her she must go through the same ordeal with his parents at Mt Sterling So shu came to Mt Steridg with him and thoy will be married Monday after which they will leave for their far west ern home where he is in the coal business C W B IL Auxiliary The Auxiliary of the C W B M had a most delightful meeting with Mrs M 0 Carter on Monday Nov Oth Mrs Wauye Long the leader hadarranged a most interesting program for the afternoon on the subject The 01V B Organiza tion The following is the pro gram of the meeting Business period Song Nearer My God to Thee BIble LessonMrs Long Prayer Miss Hines Solo Mrs Russell Address Miss Miller Address Mrs Carter Reading Iva Weakly Duet Mrs and Miss Frank Prayer Mrs Frank MRS FRANK Secretary A Good Move Many of the good citizens of- MgPlGreen met at the Christian cliuro i last evening it being the regular prayer meeting night for the purpose of taking steps to op prose the illegal traffic of selling liquor in this community and passed resolutions looking to that end The regular election and the primary held here on Saturday demonstrated that there has been more whisky drank hore in the last few weeks than ever before But much of it was campaign whisky and it would be a hercu lean job to find the guilty parties But it hope the action of the meet jug last night will tend to lessen the traffic An Ancient Relic We have before us a copy of the New York Herald dated Sat urday I April 15 1805 which con tains an account of the assassina tion of President Lincoln which occured Friday night the 14th at 080 at Forde Theater in Wash iugton Mr Lincoln lived until 122 of the 15th The paper was the property of MB Belle Godsey but was kindly presented to us through the courtesy of Mrs Lou Day and wo shall keep it in fond remembrance of both ladies Ins debd it IB a valuable relic of that period as not many of these papers are in existence today A Lot of New Comers Dr G M Center reports the following Born to the wife of Sam Elam of Grassy Oct 0 a girl To the wife of Bill Alexaud er of Daysboro Oct 22 a girl i To the wife of George Lacy of La cy creek Oct 31 a girl i To the wife of Frank Young of Hazel Green Nov 2 a girl j To the wife of Andrew Stamper o f Stamper Branch Nov 5 agirl i To the wife of Granville Mayab of Lacy creek Nov 11 a girl He Is a Candidate Pine Ridge Nov 2 1909 Editor HERALD Hazel Green Ky Through the coleumns 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 moo Youra very respectfully H Cur LACY AIf 1I Prof F 0 Buttons of Morehead l preached at the Chiristinn church nit nightI u rj The pipe line painters passed i hero Monday and we learned that I tho gang paints about one milo a day The line ends nt a point near Salyersville known as the Meadows of Licking whoro it cons nects with a line to West Virginia It is now reported that Hon John W Langleys majority is over 0000 in this district which shows that h campaign was ably conducted and the people were more in favor of the man that politics Tho general opinion in this county so fur as wo are informed rs that whiffky must be eliminated from all future elections and Democrats with whom we have talked say that only men who are so pledged to do should be chosen committeemen next Saturday A lady in town told Our man about town n few days since that she was making a wedding dress but she would not tell him either the bridge or groom and our lady friond can in meantime guess Next week wo will publish the nuptials and thou some one will be surprised Raney Nickella nephew ofi Miles Nickell while chopping in tho woods for Buck Hollon on Lacy crook Tuesday cut his right foot very severely the axe cutting the instep and cutting into the bone Dr ViIIiams was culled to see him dressed the wound and left him comfortably easy Mrs Frank Horton a sister of Mrs F N Day who lives near Mt Sterling was badlY scalded and burned about the face and eyes while mnking soap Tuesday She leada kettle of hot water and threw into it a can of Giant lyo While opening a second can the first exploded the contents flying to her face- George Dyer says that although he was defeated he is quite proud of the votes given him hero in his home precinct and that if alive he will again be a candidate when the time rolls around Had his friends stood by him over the county as they did here he would have been the nominee He is sure money and whisky beat him andwantrit cut out in future election Services at Gosneyyille A Thanksgiving services will be held at the Bethel church Thurs day November 20th at 280 oclock A short sermon by the pastor music songs recitations and the famous proclamation will bo read All are invited to at tend this interesting service Rev Frank Agar pastor NETTY NEWS 0 Bob Patrick left Sunday for West Liberty to attend court Robert Patrick and family tookII dinner with W M Taylor Sunday Leonard Patrick and Neal Nick oil attended pleating on the Spin I nel Sunday W M Taylor recently purchased an organ from his laughter Miss Ethel for 85 i A Mr Caudill preached a vlryIi interesting sermon on the Spinuel Fork last Sunday i Miss Ida Keeton returned Sat urduy from Salyersvillo where she has been visiting friends 11 Miss Ida Keeton gave a candy j social Saturday night and everybody t seemed to enjoy themselves Nov 17 DOT t I We Print Saled Bills j =AID PRINT THEU RIGHT 0 l anti wo can handle allJlines of job printing ihowi job may be Call at thistoffice and look over ourtsamples of letter heads t dtdingdt with our work and prices will suit i I Wick tNI t ItII I 4t jo The Rev Irl R Hicks Alma For 1901 ready Nov lf IflOS host OVllr will out bonutifnl covers in colors Iltlll portrait of FnlI Hicks in rulers all the uidl flu tures und several inow mios III thet look Thtt best astronomical year book and the only onu containing the original Hicks Weather Fore cast JBy mail Uoo on newH stands JOe Ono copy frrn with Word nnd Works 1tho best j 1 monthly in America Discount son almanacsI in quunlitiip gent wanted Word and Works Pub Co 2201 Locust Street St Iotii Mo Every citizon owes it to himself to his fellows und till Prof Hicks to poK fc the Hicks forecasts tho only rlinl- eCommissioners on 0 Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky HAUVEY vs HAISKY 111 1liintill V T Rose Defendant By virtue of a JudgmentJ I nail Order of dale of the Wolfe Circuit Court lei dered nt its September Term IOS In j ixtyfourt a I tereot at tho rate of Six per rent per annum from tint first tinyof October Iii7 until paid wad costs herein I ball proceed to saner for sale at the fruit dour titthej auction on Monday the 71h Day of December 1903 beiugCuuntyI months till following real estate to wit A certain tiact or parcel of land llIr1tlmCIII1IIyI piige UHIIfIIl which Iis lIe crild add bonndtd ix follows towit Ij1illI 1 anil State ot Kentucky did on tbe wa lers if Big Calaboose creek and bound edustulinwstowit Beginning Ill white oaks on the upper tails of Hig hreeIl aboose ciork at the cropsirigof the ty wad thence down Big lalnboov will tie center of said creek to the mouth oi the first left bund drain as you go down said creek to a spruce pirn cal 111111I thence up said draw u u w c rsu tier lop til ilia nioiintalii 1t IIi t nak lIlIllJ1ItH11f1branch thence a s e course iiia viding ridge between tlo Bil t and that ubetiiniit Lug luniii IahlloII cross rondo to a eheMnii oak with the dividing ridge u e emiri b i j tweeli tbe Big Calaboose andwit Camp creek to three white oaks on ilit divin j ing ridge lames Cox idmr thence tnlllllI1urklII ner thence a north cniirc wilh David Hoses line to till Clint r1 between ft Win T Ruse hull Jrcen Sttmat tlienie a north course to C IL I Ijnii line Ih two hickories and a whin ak thricej a straight line to tier brgiiuig Also i j 2 A certain tilict i iuid droned by liarles E Smith to 11 T loe by deed bearing date of Ncumber f IISSJJ 11 as appears of record in tar Volle Colin ty Clerks ollice in Dudl 1I1i o 2 page I04 and which Iis il ciihtd as fill lows A ceruiin tract r parcel of laud lying Mild being in the rniintv of Widle IIUlgI j follows tu wit lleginniiig at a hickory bush between a ilouwootl suit black oak I bush on the divide betwtiti the Beg and Little Calaboose creeks and a corner to Green Swaiijto thence up said divide and with raid Saaigos line n i l I 2 e po to a stake 2 po u d1 po e of a lean tug chestnut oak thence II Iall e 1 po till peisimmon bush on the dividing between the Big C ala boose and rIllgtiJJ biuncli oil which C lL Byrd and IVIlv Ely rd now live thence with said tlivjiit rIi 8u w I17 4 WIII I12 I 2 w 0 ii10 po to two black jocks a141 e1st po to me binekjackii8e41l I 1 2 potuastakeI l 5012a 21I tile poI to a nuke i l- Y l12 IIIU to a stake II i7 8 10 w lu pc- boastalsi n III I 2 w 17 ililI po to n stake n Lia1 j po to a stake n S oili Id po to a fence on the ridge between iiUck tlclf 4IJCiboul I12 fart above a hickory thence II l12 lIS w 20 po to a point I12 poI sutilhti2 i trom a black oak with two haOKs in he west side in the road leading from liig Calaboose lo said liyrds nod Win Centers thence s 74 I12 w 72 14I po to three white oaks h ginniiig corner tjj lames Coxs i8u ecru survey thence vith the lint ol the same s1i e M po s 44 34 e Il 2 lOll po to the beginning lonlainine 1W acres 2 rods md t 2i poles by survey The Iurey oiig boundaries are I hsuh eel lo having exccpted from 1111 1Itract which was deeded by lV1 Hi e to Louisa Carpenter Ius is shown by ru ml in Deed ltiili Xo li IIHJJP H2SII Ie1 lit records of the Volfe Ciui iv lark lire Also this Iis tto be sold subieit ti a norigMfe lieu III fiO Ibearing date Ftp ember 24 l07 nod which 1tIItxclI1 by VVT Hweaiil wife lo T I1 leI iitd us iii shown Iby Mortii e IJnik No i page IOU if tlieUollcliuniy clerk dice Or sulllcient iheic f to iroiluce the inns ot oionev so 01 leieilI tto Ibe lade Irchllrdthhued hearing legal imerotIron Ilnvlighe mllltIyThis November 14 IDOS- MI fV HOiL N Special Coinuiigstouer l j hO 0 PSEflfl PFALL AND WINTER MiLLINERYmisses t W juiiioiiiKo that they have justt received their Fall and Sinter stunk of MillineryI and a gent variety of Xovolties never before soon in Eastern Kentucky 0 + FURNISHING + GOODS + fur ladies and children tiieliuiiiijr lit sielv umlerwonr belts and novelty neckwear will lie toiled in the display to which every one is invited MAPEL TROY Kash JokrisonKashDEALKR IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the peopl of Hazel Green and vicinity to the nov stork of goods they hove just received embracing goneral stores Staple nod Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vi etul Kri in siason Farmers Hardware Ac and especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics I heingIhope to merit by fair dealing vc ore respectfully yours Kash Johnson Kash uptodateLivery j THE PE PLE F HAZEL GREEN and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call andexamine our i which goodsfor j ever before j PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yard Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can 1ft8 buy at CECIL BROS j t i Sam Kash of the firm Kash L Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so j busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he j ays if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as j istant for which they can not a make room with the goodsjI TInS Right Kind of 1 h I tiding Matter iriThe 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 it outside world It is the first reading matter you should buy Each issue of this paper gives rr- I r- to you just what you will conSiderll Tho Right Kind of Heading Matter i 1 Iti 1 vo i vlJ JjJooj J t u 1T f rQ p rw r ror ti O r hh T O arUDtI = u rA d J Why t Sufferr If you suffer pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad aftereffects Thats the impor tant thing Neither do they create a habit More- S often the attacks become less frequent or disappear altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to re sieve pain and quiet nerv ous irritation Rn are m vcr without Dr Miles AntiPain lllls Sly1 hUBlniiA not ton ngcA ir were nhvnyo subject to stet headache until wo bogmi UfliiK tluvo Illlp nail they hUE broken thorn tip oiitiruly Dont think they have had to two them for six month I recommend them to every one A few week ago 1 heard mi old Imly friend was nlik I went to we her She was down with J jCJrlppe und nearly crazy with nwful Iweknl ho- I Ire her ono of the tau Inht 1llls and left another for her to take In a short time They helped hor right away and she pays she will never he without them again Lnst winter my husband was taken with phmrtsy on both stiles and I know ho would hnvo died If It hadnt been for tho IMUa In less than half nn hour ho was sweating and went to bed und slept i ins a ir wumi- Austlnburc Ohio Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to i return the price of first package only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind AT fE REVOLVING STRiW ttEAVYEWtl2 DURABLECH8 i war row rata SiNGID i FENCE Ca l DE KALBILC KANSAS CITY MO I Union Lock Pcuitry Fence r0a I tlr t4 ald rnuC9rth- tNrt r R1t9hn mil drr apt 4o Yrpk fpt n ii l ti flI ertal goc of row alI r r M I CNtenTJtyahTlorL nerat trer t- t i J I A BOOK O- FMYSTERYi J IS 0rFd 00- RY Mary Harriott Norris 12mo Cloth 300 pales SI SO Order of Your Bookseller 1 1orthe Publisher Ili I RICHARD G BADGER Publisher Boston I 1 KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS 4 WITH Dr Kings New Discovery raCSfflPJSfeAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOrOn OR MONEY REFUNDED GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKERI HAZEL GREEN KY I have several Hno Collins in my shop andant prepared to make any style to order and on tho mott reasonable terms Ialso have A Handsome Hearse aud will attend nil burials when eo requested Public patronage isi t respectfully solicited i AWf GEO RICE A c L KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Tlio lastt one of 100 five per cent bowl for 00 each iissued by the city of Newport in 1881 to build n court house WM paid oil liift week At the Smmieln distillery nt IIIch11 vine aJ12 wile from Louisville six warehouses 1111111000 barrels of whisky were destroyed by fire lust week Col Stilton Voting former owner of 1 BCI11IcUrathinna i ton huts been node defendnnt iu n 25 Ono damage suit for allowed dander by Attorney Charles JIcDonnld At a recent meeting of the Louisvilh Commercial Club the fen nbl1lt of a wng on and foot bridge across the Ohio river was discussed and steps may soon IK taken to begin the undertaking Frank Darby aud AI Smith were ar rested in Louisville last week charged with robbinc several suburban postollicts 211115Iifn pennies found iu their pox cs iou They confessed to the robber iire Grant Triplett postmaster at Moores Ferry in Bath county was tried before United States Commissioner Wood at Ml Sterling for selling whisky without government license aud sent to jail iu del fault of 5001011- 1Arthur Force nged 98 a negro met his aged father John Force on the street at Frankfort and without a word of warning shot him twice probably fa tally wounding him The trouble arose over a suit for some household articles As Miss Mary Weather1of Clark county was returning from 11 shopping tour in Lexington last week her buggy was run into by a market wagon and com pletely demoliilinl She was thrown out of the buggy but nut seriously in j tired James Malcolm a Lexington painter while painting the Ohio Valley Electric railway bride across the Big Sandy river at ireenup came in contact with a live wire carrying 12000 volts and Will thrown 90 feet to the rock below and in smutty killed Too hearty laughter over a joke caused the death at Louisville of Frederick L Rebut a retired grocer aged 55 He was at the home of his sisteJ Mrs Catherine Vismau and while talking and relating stories to some friends who had gathered at the supper table he fell over dead Sparks from n passing freight train started a fire last week on the farm of Jacob Graves in Clark county destroy about 7r acres of grass 5 acresof hemp 15 stacks of hay and a lot of fencing Over 100 men fought the fire about six hours before it was subdued The loss is estimated at about SL000 Clemens in Breathitt ccunty has one industrious man in its neighborhood Here is what the correspondent writes to the Xew Sol Nix thwgreat snake killer killed 0 rattle and 0i copperhead snakes 12 whistle hogs and about 351 squirrels this summer He also dug 7J 11 worth of ginseng which he sold to H C demons The jury at Grayson Carter county in the case of Frank and Alonzo Kelly and Mrs Martha Kelly charged with complicity in the burning of the house and several children of Charles Cooper in Lawrence county disagreed Dud wasI discharged The jurors stood eleven for conviction and one for acquittal John Sprouse was givenI a life sentence on the same charge some time ago Thomas Depew aged 80 of Fcndletoc county was taken to Frankfort last week to serve one year in the penitentiary for attempting to poi on the family of Chas Broderick He is a veteran of the civilI war and is drawing a pension of 12 aI month Mrs Broderick suspected he was hiding eggs in his trunk aud selling them and Depew tried to get even by putting poison in the coffee A revival in the colored Baptist church llopldnsville recently resulted in mak ing sixteen converts but the extreme druuth had mnde water so scarce that it was thought the baptizing of them wouldII have to be postponed indefinitely Mem bers of the church however built a dam across Little river and in a few days succeeded in getting a pool of watts about wxint deep and the baptizing took place After two or three had hewn im mersed the mud WHS stirred up to such anI extent that the water was thick bu the baptizing went on just the same The Cincinnati Enquirer of Sunday says The body of Scipio Noble who I was fouud dead in the kills back of Cov ingtou a month ago still lies at Don nelly Bros morgue and Coroner Tar I viu is endeavoring to give it a decent burial It U claimed that Noble bought j S11C worth of goods from Ballmaus barber shop supply house in Cincinnati and arrangements are being made to ef fect n compromise with the company andI secure enough of the money to pay fur this burial Coroner Tarvin has locate I the father of Noble in Beliglmm Mo- TilE HERALD is she best family newspapor in Eastern Kentucky and costs only 1 a yoar i C s ILL thousands Have Kllnijf Trouble and Never Suspect it Irivnliiiry of lUilncy DUriiso MostI people do trot riiiiic the alarm ing increase and remarkable prcvnlcncj of kidney disease While klllneydis orders are tits most common 1 v diseases that pro M vail they areI almost the recognized last patient anil pity Malts trio rln t tciit tttcmtclrri iftth ferfufj rte g7Ya while the vrig imil divine undermines the system What To Do There is comfort iu the knowledge so oftiii expressed that Dr Kilmeri SwnmpKtHrt the great kidney remedy fulfills Ivvrv wishi in ctirinj rheumatism pain in tin lackl kidneys liver bladder ami every part of the urinary passage It corrects nobility to hold water nml scalding jpain in passing it or bad filccts followiiiK use of liquor wine or beer amid overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the dnv nud to Ret up many times during tile iiiKht The mild and the extraordinary cflect of SwampRoot iis soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have time best Sold iby drug gists in fiftycent nod onc dollar sizes YU1l11a have n sample bottle tnula book that tells all f f about it botliKiMit free iWJit by mail Address Dr +IWI I i 1 Kilmer C Co ISiiig- hailltotl X Y Vlietl nomeof Bwampnoot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Itiughanitou N Y Buios l EIIggieS Tue citizens of hazel Green anti this vicinity are herewith informed that they cnn now hay firstl class buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made nnd at reasonable prices I dont han dIe anything but Grsttc1nss buggies and those who want cheap claptrap will have to go elsewhere tSrllemember if you want a FIRST CLASS IlUdGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Cull and see me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE uu Uu AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY 7II- ETOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO 01110 The Best Known Nowspa per In the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular In Every State In many respects the TOLEDO DIAIJK is utw81alerluMlshe I f only newspaper especially edited for national circulation It has hud the largest cir culation for more years than any newspaper printed Iu America Knrtlicrninre Is the cheapest newspiier in the world ns will be explained to unv person who will write us for terms The New of the World so arranged that busyicople can more easily euiiipreliend dial by reudlug cuiuliersnme I i plainhawritten from inception down to dote The only paper pulilihlied especially for people ncwspapersImid yet I or plain kind of a newspaper is popular is proven by the fact that the Weekly Blade now has over LUOOOO yearly subscribers and is cir culated in nil parts of the United Slates In addition to the news the Blade pub lishes short and serialstories and many de partments mil putter suited to every member of the family Only one dollar a year Write for free specimen copy Address THE BLADE Toledo O 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS lie Anyone tending a sketch and dncrlptlnnm QuiCk InVPDn lr aSTOftiilji 8 our pMenubeCoiiiinnnlc opinion tree whether asa tlnnetiricllrt JrtUdtfIIIArIDBOOK on lllenit- I lOununoayatecei1xteun iyt jxrM iMtUi wit hout charge la tba Scientific American A handsomely lllootratcd WMklr Tnnroat elm ournalarch3eti MUNN COQ blewwmntNeW York Sales Agents Wanted 36 Per Week or 400 Per CentI Profit All unrnplfH stationery and art cata permancntIagent ture und frame house in America Ex youdhow to sell our goods and fuinish the capital If you want a pcrmunent honorable and profitable position writo us today for particulars catalogues andl- IumpJplI FRANK W WILLIAMS 1 12191 Taylor Street ClUCAOO Ij lH J4t oii I WHIMS IN WILLS Jurloui Obligations Attached to bdof Property Tho eccentricity of men shows iit self in no more extraordinary form Htnn in obligations attached to deeds of property by which somo whim of the seller is forced upon tnIl ftituro owners Jlic Quakers who founded Philadelphia sometimes asserted thin Selves in tthis way after death fhe owners of some of the valuable lain that city mire compelled to tlUild houses of no more than two stories upon them Upon others hl1ck Itiiildinss cnnnot be erected lest Gods air nnd sunlight ho hindered fjoingsA was left by George Jordan a lieutenant coli i proishall hold on Oct15 of each year a religious service in his house whero prayer shall bo offered and a sermon preached in memory of my daughter Fortune and this obligation shall hold good though a thousand generations shall pass I A valuable property in Pcnnsy vania was bequeathed to a church on condition that the congregation each year should send a rose to the head of the family who gave it passedhutI- a descendant of tho kindly though whimsical donor It was not an uncommon act iin England during tho middle ages to leave an estate encumbered with a dole which was sometimes bestowed in a fantastic way An heir was obliged to give flitches of baco yearly to the married woman who never scolded her husband or so many loaves of bread or stacks of fagots to poor soldiers The owner ofa house in Smith field is said to have been compelle on the anniversary of a certain mat tyrdoin to cover a gravestone in tho churchyard of St Bartholomew with shining sixpences for the wid ows of the parish What He Misted An actor without funds managed in some way to get a second class ticket on a line of steamers runnin between Seattle and San Franciscc The voyage between these two points consumed the better part of three days and in view of the fac that his finances were at a low ebb he solved the question in this way The first day out he slept all day to keep from eating and remained up all night to keep from sleeping The second day he took physical cultur exercises On the third day he coup not stand the strain any longer and went down in the dining room am ordered the best meal on board the boat While eating this meal he could see in his minds eye a picture of a cell in the bastile in San Fran cisco After finishing his meal he said to the waiter How much do I owe you Nothing replied the waiter Your meals were include in your ticket Saw His Finish Mrs Brown awoke her husband iin the dead of night with tho startling information that she had just heard a burglar in the room below Now she exclaimed excitedly hes lighting one of those cigars I gave you for your birthday I hear him pick up the box and put it down again Then John sat up and listened By jove Mary youre right I1I ho answered He is lI Hes actually smoking one of thoscererth- ose cigars Then he nestled once more comfortably beneath the blanketsIGo to sleepagain Mary he said complacently Wel find the poor wretch in the morning Was It Possible A minister who was waiting for a train was beguiling the time by talk ing to a half witted boy I say Jamie said tho minister were you ever at school I Yes sir sure enough And who had tho honor to be your schoolmaster Maister Black sir replied Ja mie How strangeI Why Mr Blacl was my schoolmaster also 1II For a moment Jamie was silent then said looking straight at the minister Mon whod ha thoch old Black could ha turned oot two like usLondon Standard Insomnia Insomnia is caused by a surplus of blood in the brain and the only way to euro it is to remove tho C3usOt says a very wise doctor bong continued mental labor should of course be avoided It keeps the blood vessels of the brain constantly filled and when it is over they cannot contract Tight cloth ing tends to throw the blood to tho brain and it should be avoided The feet should bo kept warm since cold extremities interfere with circula tion Unless the malady results from moral causes a little care and common sense are all that is nec essary to cure it ft i iJ 411 i L M J 1 MyYoung Sister writes Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss tookrmy advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me and was in terrible misery but Car dui helped her at o- nceTAKECAROUlI j It Will Help Youy Last spring Mrs Hudson continues I wassg in a rack of pain The doctor did no good so I began to take Cardui The first dose helped me Now Iam yearsEvery to cure irregularity falling feelings headache backache and similar female troubles Cardui is safe reliable scientific Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES II Dont Use a Scarecrow I J rf To Drive Away the Mail Order WolfII You can drive him out quickly if you use the mail i order houses own weaponladvertising Mail order concerns are spending thousands of dollars every week in order to get trade from the home merchants Do you think for a minute they would keep it up if they didnt get the bUsI- ness Dont take it for granted that every one J mllearknowssell and what your prices are Nine times out of ten your prices are lower but the customer is influenced by the uptodate advertising of the mail order house Every article you advertise should be described and priced You must tell your story in an interesting way and when you want to reach the buyers of this con munity use the columns of this paperlI 1 ti IS n 44 tW I