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I n r1r1- r 1 i h 4T + THE AZELGREEN HERALDii 0 Established March 4 1886 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell rEfrL 0 u d I SPKNCEIl Cur c The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year In Advance h I TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE BOUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1908 NUMBER 10 I Ledngton and Eastern Railway Time Table In Elfect Juno 21 1908 I WEST BOUND Nol No3 1uu STATIONS exi Daily and1 IIKUJ Sunday Sunday ul Ve j AMIpIIMr1Jackson I 700 am OK Junct 6 161111 S 2o pin 7tinn Beattyve Jc i Oi urn alO pm 7Wum Torrent 7 30 um 3 41 pm 815uoa Nat Bridge 75 am 3 6111101 826 nun Campton n 7 48 am 3 67 pm 828 ma Htanton I 8 ir uni 4 26 KM mn Clay City 8 2i am I 30 Ilml u02 urn r LEJuncn 9 OUan 607 ii0imu Winchester b 12 alii 620 umIlII alii uiLeton1 d EAST BOUND Dally No2 ex IIIl Daily No4 and timidity I Sunday PM Lye A31 Lye 0 Lexington 0 i 35 BUI It I 25 pm I 38pwLO Winchester 20 8 13 am 2 48 pm IEJ uncllollISj 20 pm 3 bu pw 40 clay day 101I li ow 3 b8 pm H tl1Utoni IU am 4 ao pm 9 al pm 4 a5 pm 67 Nat Brtugelb7l 114311111 4 47 pal 02 9 56 am 6 10 pm 70 UeattyveJc 7Ulu 17 am l 6 US pm Ill AKJuncu1i90411j 16 11m- II I lU pm 94 U am CONNECTIONS L E JllJitiiOK=Value Nov land will make connection with the C k OKy lor Mt Sterling XTCAMPION 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ry lor Pie Ridge and CampionB- BATTJUULK JUNCTIONTralna No2 will make Connectlon at lleattyvllle June with the Lnnd A Railway for puiseugen to and from Heatlyville O K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Hallway fur local stations on the O K Railway J W A MCDOWELL Ueueral Manager OHAB jdCOTTOenPass Agent r Ohio Ktucklli1Wll u Time Table May 21 1906 WE8T BOUND No 33 I I No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday S 1 I Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 s 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 61 3 62 22 Wilhurst 6 U 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No3F 121 SSI No 22 Daily ex STATIONS Daily u Sunday 0 u Sunday II AM LVE PM LE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 r xw 7 33 21 Ilelechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee CltYM 11 1 23 i 8 24 13 Hampton 13 t 14 8 37 10 WllhuMt 20 1 61 I 025 10KJunctlou22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 foi 1 points on the Lexington and Eastern Rata 4way M L CONLEY Superintendent mountain Central naiiroala a No1 No 2 DEPART AttlllVE 000 a m Campton 1180 a m 200 pm Camptou OOO p m I No2 No1 ABRIVE DKlABT 7 80 amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm rThe Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains wJ S R lgN yOIlJV BKPBKSENT1NU THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions t PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of East Kentucky and punrantccs prices and ol goods Hold orders fur him 11ern lfE T ROHK S U HAMlJU ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw CAMPTON Kr This firm will practice In all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Office Second Floor Farmers and Tradrn Sink r ri yy c a al T555 COUNTY NEWS J IILwalllc11l a friends of majority general especi BELKNAP BLAZES o The possum nnd conn hunters seen to ho reaping iv goldon har vest in this section Tlio singing school at this pineo Is progressing nicely with J F Wnltois as toachor W W Holiday and wife of On noyvisited David Lindon and1 wifo of this place Wednosday and1 Thursday of last week Will Lindon of Lee City was here one day last week in the in terest of his matrimonial cam pain and ne seems very hopeful1 of successThe on G W Centers dwelling house is progressing nice with Henry Patrick as chief car pouter it will be a handsome resi dente when completed J B Howard of Caney made a visit b this place Sunday and guessing from the radiant smiles on the face of one of our fair sex his visit was highly welcomed Allen Salyers who works at Graham Bros mill got his foot caught in a logjack find severely crushed last week and it is fearedI that his foot may have to be am putated David Lindon and wife of thisI place accompanied by W W Holiday and wife of Caney wentt to Noble last week to spend a week with their son Elvin Lindon of that place Mrs E B Haddix who wa taken to the Hospital at Lexington last week to be operated onI for appendicitis died at that place on the morning of the 21st Her remains were brought home Sun day und laid to rest in the family graveyard She is survived by her husband and four children who have tho heartfelt sympathy o the entire community in thier loss and sad bereavement Nov 28 BLADE How is Your Digestion Mrs Mary Dowling of No 228 8thavenue San Francisco recom mends a remedy for stomach trouble She says Gratitude for the wonderful effects of Elec trio Bitters in a case of acute indi gestion prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Elec trio Bitters is time best remedy onf the market today This great tonic and alterative medicine in vigorates the system purifies the blood and is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness 50c by all dealers DAY8BORO DOINGS 0 J II Elam visited friends at Hazel Green Sunday George Drawer and wife have went to housekeeping J H Elam went to Belknap last week on business Sidney Elam is visiting friends and relatives at Insko- Grovor Sebastin went to Hazel Green last Saturday on business Carl Sebastian and James P AI exander are attending school at II GA Herbert Niukoll HoldI James Wilson two cows for a considera tion of X55- 1o111ey Oldflold and wife gave a pound party lust Saturday night but the mimes are too numerous to mention Nov 23 SwjN0KCAT I TO CORRESPONDENTSMnil your items earlyso they will reach our office nornlnJ1tolldayIfnot tie published unless of nnusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one Hide ot the paper only lJ LEE CITY LOCALS 0 Several of our citizens had too much bonze Saturday- W TI Elam and Jim Patrick are building a corn crib for Asa Rose Dr1 II Dunn wns summoned to Wilhurat last week to see the childof Kaiser Wilson who was very badly burned Mrs K B Haddix of Belkanp1 was taken suddenly with appeu dioitis Sho was taken to Lexing ton to be operated on and diemt Saturday ut 7 40 u m H W Bryan Sr sold J PI Wilson two cows for 40 j Chau Patrick sold J F Wilson ono cow for i20 Asu Rose sold J F Wil son two teas Ior1 1750 Ami Rose sold C 11V Rose HBven calves for 0700 Nov 251 A R Seven Years of Proof I have had seven yours of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery jis the best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition of throat chestt 1or lungs says W V Henry ofr Panama Mo The world has hudI thirtyeight years of proof that Dr Ifings New Diaoovery is the heals L remedy for cough and colds 1 la grippe asthma hay fever brow chitis hemorrhage of the lungs comulIIPItionI vents development pneu monia Sold under guarantee by j TripsII bottle free j GRASSY GAB Q Kelly Murphy was here Monde buying cattle Joe U and Doc Stamper went to West Liberty Monday Rosfe wore married last week Mrs Lutft Gevedon who has been sick for some time is im provingMr and Mrs R K Nickel1I spent Sunday with G L Rose andI wife J D Henry bought a fine bunch ofcattle last Saturday from Ural1 Fugate for 183 Will Stamper und Leslie Me Cluro attended church on Long Branch Saturday Leslie McClure and sister Miss Allie went to Hulechawu Friday und returned Saturday Nathan Day Andrew Watson and W L Lockhart wore on Gras sy last week bird hunting John Adams and wife who have been at Ticktown for some time passed throuhg here en route to their home in Magollin county Nov 23 GKNEVIKVK Deafness Can Not Be Cured by local applications ax they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There IHI ont one way to cure deafness and that in by constitutional remedy Deafness is cans ed by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Kushiclilati Tube When this tube IIs Inlhuurd yim haven rumbling toundI or imperfect hearing and when Iris entirely I closed Deafness in the itsuit and unless the Inlliininiallon can be tnktn out and thisII I tnbu be restored to Its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine eases out often are caused by Catarrh which i IsI nothing but inhumed condition ol the cuos surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for airy ease of Deafness canted hcatarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send lor circulars free F J CIIBNKY A Co TOLEDO OC Sold by Druggist 76cII Take Hull Family Pills forconttipttlnn a STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 R J Rose attended the burialI of Mrs Tutt SundllYIKelly Kash of Jackson was on Stillwater last Friday Logan Miller and wife wont to church at Trent Sunday Buddy Brewer and wife visited relatives on Frozen from Wednes day until Friday Joseph A Rose of Hazel Green visited his brother S C torn on Stillwater Sunday Jane Taylor who has boon livirgf with Mrs S C Rose loft Saturday to visit her children The Democrats met Saturday and elected Nathan L Combs as pecinct committeeman Bill Roses wife and son who live in Powell county have been visiting relatives and friends hero for the past three weeks tAda Boling who has been living with Mrs D B Tyra for the past month left Friday and has gone to live with her uncle Samuel Boling Fanny Tutt wife of Will Putt was shot at Vaucleavo in Breath itt county Friday by a woman named Allen The bullet took ef fect in her breast She died Saturday morning and was brought to Her fathers residence hero from which place the funeral occurred Sunday She was a daughter of Steve Rose who lives on Truce fork Oat 25 DOMIXGO 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 ofull liver and bowel trouble if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills They keep biliousness malaria and jaundice out of your system 2rc by all dealers MURPHY FORK MINUTES u George McGuire of Lougbranch left lust week for Kansas John S Pieratt swapped cows last week with Willis Elam Andrew Qldfield of Mize was hogsIGeorge Tackett of Greeubriar last week moved to John S Pier mitts farm on this creek Bob Motley and James Davis were elected Democratic commit teemen of Ezel precinct Born to the wife of Harvey Lawson last Thursday twin boys Both died and were buried Friday Dave Ross who has been on Red river logging returned home last weekand will gather corn a week or soA social was held Saturday at the home of Miss Cora Murphy which was enjoyed by a fine crowd of youngsters Frazies Cecil and May Rose were married at the home of the brides 1 parents Wednesday Rev Harlan MurphyI tying the knotII Rev Bill Yocum and wife spent a few days last week on the creek The parson preached at Public I Square school house Sunday night Time city of Elamsville is a thing of the past The entire estate wusII last week sold by tho founders Willis and Jell Elam to Toni Tel son price private It will hero after be known us Tolsonville The Elams have gone to make 11 their future home at Scranton in 1 Menefee countyff Nov 2U lo TlFor SaleA handsome round wick coal oil lamp with beautiful decorated shade cost 0 can be t Applyat s r EZEL EVOLUTIONS u G W Lockhart is in town this i weekII win this section Sunday Hunters are more numerous than game in this section Miss Ninuio Motley left Tues day for Spencer to visit her broth or James Illiss Ida Henry of Bonny was in town Friday to have some dunI tal work done Mr and Mrs S D Goodwin spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Ohio Sample Miss Emma Sample spout Wednesday I night with her grandpa ents Mr and Mrs Goodwin John D Henry visited his daughter and family Mrs Volney Nick ellof West Liberty Thursday and FridayFloyd Havens of near th place moved to the residence recently vacated by Geo McClure of Pekin A Thanksgiving entertainment will be held here under the management of Miss Nolda Davis ever body invited C 1 Wilson and family left Friday for Oannel City where they visit relatives for a few days and then will leave for the west Nov 21 Anon VITK PEKIN PROBLEMS 0 Hubert Hale is able to be outI againJ H McGuiro went to Helecha wa Tuesday C W Clark of Maytown vIsit- ed W T Ward lust week Tom and Steve Dennis of Ezolj passed through here Tuesday A B Hale is hauling coal thus preparing for the winter winds James Ward who has been iin Illinois for some time came in WednesdayII our are attending Circuit court at West Liberty this week G W McGuire and family have left for Kansas where they will1 make their future home Ebb Henry and John McGuire attended a social given at Sum Nickells Saturday night both report a good time Milt Lykins was here last week he was very quiet this time for ho had lost the control of hi gas while traveling up Suit riverNov 28 NlMROD SANDFIELD SIFTINGS 0 Mrs Day will preach here Sun day Everybody invited J B McNabb and family spentt Sunday with 0 W McNabb Manford Toliver and Moody Cluuiey visited friends on Still water Sunday Mrs Andy Toliver and daugh ter Miss Bertha visited J B Mc Nabb and family Sunday Mrs Mnlinda Trimble and sis ter Mrs John Cox spent Sunday with J J Catron and family Aunt Rosie Lawson who has been uillicted for two or three years with stomach trouble died Sunday and was buried Monday J H Wilson and Tom Scott ofrMt Sterling who have been hero bird hunting and visiting friends n for some time left for home Sunn morning 11Xov1 C A Kincheloe representing the Brad Street Commerciali I Agency was a guest of of the Day House Thursday last r L a I CAMPTON CUKBENCY 0 Wm L Kash of Jackson is vis iting in town LSIHon A C Oliver went to Jack son yesterday on business Leek Tolson has resigned as town marshal and gone to the oil fields J of Illinois Now that the elections are allover business in and around Camp ton is starting up again A Mr Ellis an attorney from West Virginia is doing some ab stracting of titles for DinsmoreIBros 1 T A Fields representing the Lexington Dry Goods Co was in j terviewing our merchants and FridayJJ A SntnrduyII Montgomery county farm of 100 acres and will move to that coon 1 ty some time this mouth t isDr W T Center took TaylorII Trent to Lexington yesterday where he will have him placed in a hospital for medical treatment I J T Bailey is completing o two story annex to his store and dwell whenyhe gets same finished he expects to I have a first close hotel A R Marshall who baUdinglsix years has been a aslmanngerCo and one of the best MorKanIthe many operators for oil to come ofIif I into Wolfe during that period left 1 for his home in Falmouth to the regret of all who knew muchII The Democratic precinct com j mitteemen for the next four years are as follows A B Cox chairman W R Catron secretary Precinct No1 Robert M Shook ey No2 John B Kash No3s C C Wireman No4 Cud M Spencey Ko5 Will Collins No 0 N L Combs No 7 H B Ka hjj No 8 Ed Oliver No 9 C M Hanks Jr I IE T Rose a brilliant young at toruey of this bar and for the several months Police Judgepasttt Campton and Master Commission er of Wolfe Circuit court left yes 1terduy for the west and the sopth west He will spend a month at Hot Springs Ark and will then go to Southern Texas where he expects to find a climate moreII suited to his health and to permanently Nov 24 SS eCarnival of the U D C Plans are going ahead rapidly for a military carnival to be given by the Kentucky chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy at Louisville from November 80 December 0 for the purpose tojj raising funds for Gen John Morgans statue at Lexington The have sent out thee following circular letter soliciting donations As a large advertising medium ofanything you carry in stookIand also to assist materially a most worthy cause we earnestly solicit donations for our Country Store of which Mrs Basil Duke and I have charge at the Mili tary Carnival given at the Ar mory of November 30 to Decem ber U All packages to be sent to Mrs Dukes address 212 East Broadway Louisville Ky express charges prepaid We distribute anything from a paper of pins to an Automobile at ten gents i chance with no blanks In wise you have nothing to advertise contribution of money is always privilego ment on any article sent MKS THOS J MORRISON Chairman Subscribe now and get all the news untjl Jna 1 1910fDr f1 f y IsA j r i tr f1 fario 7 I J h r1 1rr 1R71npI II THE HESAM t oreewserondetnxlmntter KnlereiltttUm irael ltrrnloet SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Nov 20 1908 DEMOCRATIC TICKETI r For County JutlBi W 11 WIT For County Court ClerkIt I OAIUIOLI For Circuit Court ClerkJ1 C UNDOX For SlierlflGKOlMiK I W SAILKY I11rI For Assessor T CEXTKK For JailerJ C B IITTIE For Co Superintendent 1 WTAlLHKl t For Surveyor K J CHKKCH For Coroner J FUANK SAMPLE Democratic Mass Meeting t cornmitteelUg be held in each magisterial district on December lti lInS nl 1ti1 cinch p m for the purpose of nominating Democrat ic candidates for Migintnito mind Con stable tube voted for at the regular No vember llOO election The meeting shall be stilled to older by the regular precinct committerman orcommitteenien residing in the said magisterial district rind said COin 11 itteelll II II or couonitteemen meetfir+ The said meetings will be held at or near t the regular voting places Iin the respect he magisterial districts It is further older t ed that any mau using liquor or money in securing his nomination shall be de r prived of the privilege of receiving a 10certificate of noicination from the com ell1allo comttineemen in his mag districtta Xov 2t VMS 111AU Cox Chairman ISecretaryae Two AlI ssT of the Jit Ster 1 ling papers agree thnt their town trisdead albeit they may not agree as to the cause As a looker on c in Venice we would suggest that selfishness is the main cause While Mt Sterling is geographic 4allyi the gateway to the mountains i t t and practically owes tho prosper ity it enjoys to this section one merchant in that town will not rr advertise lost ho attracts trade to I leis competitor In brief it is a dog in the manger principle that i BCtjniH to prevail On the other hand every man in Winchester works for his town and takes f chances on getting his part of the trade Were Jit Sterling mer chants to advertise in this paper and take chances on getting a fair percentage of tho trade they could improve the business of that town no less thou 50 to 75 per cent A r 4 trial will convince tho most scep 1tP tical and we will quote rates at any time Much trade which now goes to Lexington could thus be r turned to their town Gentlemen try it Jr1 tl Congressman II D Clayton of Alabama chairman of the caucus ahasissued a call for thf caucus of the Democratic members of the House of representatives to be held December 5 two days prior i itothe opening of Congress The purpose of the caucus is to elect a j minority leader to take tho place of John Sharp Williams of Missis sippi who resigned the leadership last summer The name of Chump Clark the Lion of Mis csouri is prominently mentioned as the successor to Mr Williams IN the recent presidential cam paign tho treasurer of tho Repub lican National reports that the campaign fund amounted to 1700000 while the entire unmount at the command of the Democratic Rational committee amounted to only Jji 02001477 and there still remains in tho treasury 1 123471 A short time since we made mention of Leslie county being the most unanimous county po litically in Kentucky Now comes Zapata county Texas which is rstill more so Tlmre are 124 vo ters in the county and the entire J t putnbor wore cast for the Bepubli ian ticket f ij t i 4 I U i N following editorial whichI IIIIE about the death of United States Senator Carmack recently appeared in tho columns of the Tennesseau of which Carmack was the editor Duncan Coopor wan editor of the opposition paper I the Nashville American and re- sentedI the implied insult by kill ing his opponent TilE DIPLOMAT OF TilE ZWEI UND To Major Duncan Brown Coop or who wrought the great coali tion who achieved the harmoni ous confluence of incompatible ele ments who wielded tho powtor handle to the wooden spoon who grafted the dead bough to the liv ing tree and made it bloom and bourgeon and bend with golden fruit who made playmates of the lamb and the leopard and boon companions of the spider and the fly j who made soda and vinegar to dwell placidly in the same bot tle arid who taught oil and water how they might agreeto Major Duncan Brown Cooper the great diplomat of the political Zwei bund be all honor and glory for ever Relatives to the conference the Tenneasean in its news colunms had previously intimated that the conference had been to defeat the success of a Statewide prohibition act in the next Legislature Democrats Meet at Lee City The Democrats of voting pre cinct No1 met at Lee City last Saturday and elected R M Shock oy precinct committeeman A largo crowd was present Floyd Arnett in an interesting speech thanked the friends who support ed him in the recent primary and told all to put their shoulder to the wheel and work for the success of the Democratic party He said he would do all in his power to elect Geo W Sallee the Dem ocratic nominee for sheriff should he have opposition and urged his friends to do the same Floyd re marked that he had been asked to bolt and said that ho was not that kind of stuff but that he was a Democrat and would be one so long as he could crow Your friend JAMES H DUNN Bryans Plurality is 8909 With all counties in the State reported the plurality of Bryan over Taft is 8009 according to the figures given out by Secretary of State Bruner The complete official returns show that Kentucky cast a larger vote in the Presidential race than over counted in the State before The total vote is 490223 The first elector on the Democratic ticket received 244243 votes and the first elector on the Republican ticket 235 834 This gives Bryan a plurality of 8009 over Taft in the State The vote for the minor tickets was Prohibition 5800 j Socialist 4037 j Labor 342 j Peoples 825 j Independent party 77 Wants Federal Job Capt J Lawrence McCoy of this city formerly division deputy in the Seventh Internal Revenue District and more recently vice chairmau of the Republican State Campaign headquarters in Louis ville is a candidate for United States Marshall for Kentucky to succeed Col Stephen G Sharpe of Covington also a former Lex ington man- Captain McCoy went to Frank fort yesterday to seek the endorse ment of leading Republican poli ticians Lexington Herald Good Cook Makes Good Wife Ability to cook well 75 per cent j physical beauty 20 per cent and dress 5 per cent This is the score by which the modern young wom an should be judged regarding her qualifications for marriage accord ing to the views of Rabbi Felix A Levy of Chicago The woman who can 000 kwell invariably makes the best wife he says Too much attention iis paid now adays to beauty A pretty face iii a big asset to a woman but it is as 75 per cent to 20 when com pared to her ability to set a first class meal on the tsbje jj kwi L The Cost of a Georgia Campaign They have a law in Georgia that requires every candidate to file schedule of his expenses in running for a nomination or an once A candidate in the recent primaries therefore publishes tin following list of his oxpomlitiiroH Lost 4 months and 23 days can vnseing 1849 hours and thinking about the election f acres of cot ton 23 acres of corn a whole sweet potato crop 4 sheen fi shoats and 1 boef given to a barbecue lost 2 front teeth and a consider able quantity of hair in aporsonnl skirmish gave away 97 plugs of tobacco 7 Sundayschool books 2 pair of suspenders 4 calico dresses 7 dolls and 18 baby rattlers told 2889 lies shooks hands 215475 times talked enough to have made in print 1000 large volumes size of patent office reports kissed 120 babies kindled 14 kitchen fires cut 3 cord of wood pulled 479 bundles of fodder picked 774 pounds of cotton helped pull 7 loads of corn dug 14 bushels of potatoes toted 27 buckets of water put up 7 stoves was dogbit 4 times watch broken by baby 300 to have repaired loaned out 8 bar rol of flour 50 bushels of meal 150 pounds of bacon 87 pounds of butter 12 dozens eggs 3 um brellas 13 lead pencils 1 Bible dictionary 1 mow blade 2 hoes 1 overcoat 5 boxes paper collars uone of which have peon returned Galled my opponent a perambulating liar j doctorss bill 10 j had five arguments with my wife result one flower vase smashed 1 broom handle broken 1 dish of hash knocked off the table 1 shirt bosom ruined 2 handfuls of whiskers pulled out 1 cent worth of sticking plaster bought besides spending 1708 This is time doctrine of publicity vindicated in the most ample manner Now after giving the above due consideration I think we ought to have such a law in tho State of KentuckyPrint by Request Mix the following by shaking well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after meals and at bedtimeFluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce j Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces A local druggist is the authority that these simple harmless ingredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our home druggist The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and inactive kidneys overcoming Back ache Bladder weakness and Uri nary trouble of all kinds f if taken before the stage of Brights disease Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain the back clears the urine of sediment and regulates urination especially at night curing even the worst forms of bladder weakness Every man or woman here who feels that the kidneys are not strong or acting in a healthy man ner should mix this prescription at home and give it a trial as it is said to do wonders for many persons More Valuable Than Hhman Life Chicago Nov 20T h i r ty days in jail for a man charged with murder who had slashed his victims throat with razor stabbed another man in the abdomen and crushed the skull of a third and eight years in the penitentiary for a man who bad stolen a- pair of boots because he had none were sentences imposed yesterday by a jury which tried the two defendants in the Lake county Ind Superior Court sitting at Hammond The man charged with murder was Joseph Mahovski The other defendant was Lawrence Ryan Candidate for Sheriff Burns Brown is a candidate for Sheriff of Morgan county He is a good practical business man and has lived an unspotted life from the cradle to the present time He never before asked for office and feels sanguine that ho will be elected if he can get the nomination at the Democratic primary No one will regret voting for him and ho would make a good officer t 1 ii I Died in Kansas Ballard Jones who was at ono time well known in this section he having married a sister of Mrs Lou Days husband died at Par kor Kas on the 28th of October aged 77 years Tho writer remembers that prior to the civil wur in 1858 perhaps ho was brought to Lexington by some admiring friends who stated that ho hud caught a deer in a fair footrace and they proposod to nintch him dgoinst tiny sprinter in the country for 100 yards The late Gen Joliet II Morgan Foot Metcalfc and other citizens ot sporting pro clivities about Lexington wont to Cincinnatiand got a man named Ike Shultz to make the race against Mr Jones The race was run in front of tho grand stand of tho historic old Lexington Association and after shaking hands with each other Shultz who was a smaller man than Jones in weight at least remarked to the mountain man Mr Jones I will heat you 17 feet and with a rattan cane ho marked off the distance After the race the judges made out the distanco Tones had been defeated as t17 feet and a few inches and mummy who witnessed tho event thought Shultz lead taken his nerve away when he gave him his bluff Jones was parried five times and his last wife survives him at Parker Ran For several years ho had lived on his pension as a civil war veteran and was al constant charge because of paral ysis The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac For 1909 ready Nov 15 1908 best ever sent out beautiful covers in colors fine portrait of Prof Hicks in colors all the old fea tures and several new ones in the look The best astronomical year book and the only one containing the original Hicks Weather Fore cast By mail 85c on news stands 80c Ono copy free with Word and Works the best 1 monthly in America Discounts on almanacs in quantities Agents PubiCoMo Every citizen owes it to himself to his fellows and to Prof Hicks to possess tho Hicks forecaststhe only reliable lIon J G Crabbe state super iutenduut of public instruction has inaugurated a Whirlwind Campaign for Education in Ken tucky and notified us that Thurs day December 3 is the day set apart for tho speakers to be in Ha zel Green and conduct the meet ing Every trustee every teacher every parent in fact every one in terested in education is urged to be present The exorcises will take place in Poarre Hall at 7 oclock p m A protracted meeting has been in progress at the M E church south since Sunday conducted by Rev W B Ragan the pastor as sisted by Rev Owsley of Owsley county Rev Creed Onoy of Lexington came in Tuesday night and has since been taking an act ive part iu the meeting The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac For 1909 ready Nov l5 bigger and better than ever by mail 85 cents on news stands 80c One copy free with Word and Works monthly magazine at 1 a year Word and Works Pub Co 21201 Locust Street St Louis Mo ISome am too high Prove the truth give me a try ftF Come in and see me and I will surprise you Have me fix your teeth and if you are not satis fied I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky WE PRINT SALE BILLS AfU PRfT TNC I 1IOMT J 0 J + A Our Fan Opening We invite you to inspect our excellent assortf t cffstylish Fnil Millinery We will show an cleptionalara of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including the famous ACI Trimmed Millinery r MISS FALAYL LONG HAZEL GEEEN + EEK1UCKY tttslrulrsaar z rr x rvaaz lIIoL r ewrrsmmaa HAZELGREEN ACADEMY Fall Term Opens Sept 8 1908 Special attention will be given to tonchors who wish to teviall tho Common Branchos in preparation for Spring Kxtmiinutioiiu The COURSES OF STUDY huvo btFu revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for touching or wish to prepare for tho STATE CERTIFICATE tho STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for t ho SOPH OMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Toneherd 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 mu Money to Burn If you have money to burn t Keep it in the house whom it may IJB burned lost or stolent P but if you want to keep it snfoly where it will always heId ready for you when needed deposit it with UH A bank P account will give you u hotter huaiut standing in t d tho community and n prestige that you may never P have enjoyed before if your name IS not on our d fr books we will bo pleased to see it there beforet- imeP P close of thin year HOS T II THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Sales Agents Wanted 36 Per Week or 400 Per Cent Profit All KnmpliH stationery real art cata logue fref lte want mm ii rmniie nt agent In this Ircaliiv for the largest pin EXtojlcrlcllcc I today for utrifercataloguesI ilnd simplex KKAKK W WILLIAMS 1214 V Taylor Street CIIIOAOO li- dDlt 0 II WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL OUKKN KY Offers his niCtKtlnt ul KervIriS to tho silt tens of lluzel Ureen and iirroiimliiiK iouu try and will tribwerall culls of afllletlon j Office At his resitkiiccvml joining Hazel G een Hank 4 0 Fine Farm for Sale II1uaetI fur sate my limn Wnltil In Slur pin Cmmtv liyou lilac luuittr omit nillu south of 1 Icl A gaud ihullin with tell moms litmus mid porches There U out drilled well mud three welled wills eiich furnlnliliig mi uliiiniliinrit of voter right In accessarybeludin6 100 Acres of Virgin Timber A FINK OUCHAUD OK ITriTS- I will toll the HiO KISS ns rr vholi or divide to spit iniiolnuer 1liu jilnei is well watered nod umed in n good neighbor hood him iv good pair uf stuck scales und Is within onti mllIlll aaui sclioo house on each of two skies with IcUjilmnt In the house Iiuletd vvirytliln IIK convenient Any one wishing it good home sliiiulil fall mid Set my price wJOANl CLlui Murphy Ky QEWKLL C 01- Notary K Public 1 STILLWATEll KY Oflcm Ills jirofiniionul nrfltcs Iu rllizeiii of Wolfe county timid sullen the patronage of ull who way have legal IIIIIHTS to execute Otlice at Ida residence ou Hlllltratir i r j t t kiAi+q I d r 1 Lu a r wwrirr NYrhrws+vwtrtw44a = ouy k Have One DoctorNo from one doctor to another Select the best one then stand by him Do not delay but consult him in time when you are sick Ask his opinion1 i of Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds Then use it or not just as he says Vvo publish our formulas 1We bnnlth ftlcfthol 1A rramournedloln FQ Wureoyouto1 lJe e011111 dootor t your Always keep a box of Ayers Pills In the house Just one pill at bedtime now and then will ward off many an attack of biliousness indigestion sick headache How many years has your doctor known these pills Ask him nil about them node he tnT O Ay IT Co Lowell Mm THE HERALD DllINK WAINSCOTTS POP tfho family of W B Johnson who have sick for some time areI now nil ablel to bo n ontIMiss Mulifisii Slmckelford oft Frozen visited her brother Roscoei of this place over SundayI Jeff Murphy last week boughttI t1saw mill belonging to the es tate of Kelso Murphy deceased Curtis Rose wife and babyI Elizabeth who have been visiting Mr Roses parents for a week or so past left for Jackson Monday At a precinct mass convention held here Saturday Johnny Kash was chosen Democratic precinct corn mitteomnu without opposition James Wilson Co of DayeI burn have 85 head of cattle in corrnll at that place which they will take to the Mt Sterling market Carrie the little daughter of prank Elam hue the thanks ofI the editor and his better sevenII eighths for a fine fat young rab bit Lacio Jackson a son of G W Jackson near Xumiyia quite low with brain fnvor Drs Waldeck anti Curt ovation are nttDiiding hint Miss Mollio Hale of Pekin vis itod r Hand Roxie Murphy ofI near Nanny from Saturday untilI Monday and had quite a nice time Cashier R II Patton accompanied by his little daughter Fern and his sisterinlaw Miss May Williams made a flying trip to Cannol City Monday A Mr Moore superintendent of tho Cumberland pipe line with Douglas Evans resident paymas ter and sub superintendent took dinnerat the Day House Tuesday Joe Stamper of Mt Sterling last week sent us through thb courtesy of Ed Cecil a liberal sup I ply of light Burley tobacco in tho loaf for which he has our thanks Dr G M Center reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Geo fillings of Lacy creek Nov 21st Ho also reports that Sam Pence who was shot by Miles Hollon is t abo to be out and about Remember that the proceeds of tho Bazaar to bo hold Dec 5 are for tho benefit of the Cemetery Association and Centonnial offer lug to the C W B M which is doing so much for our town und this section Mrs Belle Godney recently pur chased a pure Aldlrne cow and calf for the sum of 1j0 While ihe price seems high the milk of the cow justifies the expenditure as ii- is very rich and tho butter made from her cream is very fine sistertMiss Roxie of Nannie post office paid our cflico n pleasant call Tuesday expecting to see theI wheel go round and we are sorry thQYwore disappointed Wednesday evening and Thursday morning however are our print ing days 4 tr JJ i1io iriMl it Aiother Killing in Breathitt Preacher Bill Yocum was in town Monday and told Our Inn About Town that a woman nnm ed Allen shot Mrs Will Tutt near Hampton Friday last who lied from the wound Saturday and was buried on Still water Sunday Mrs Tutt was formerly a Miss Rose daughter of Stephen Rose of this county The shooting was tho re suit of jealousy upon the part ofll Mrs TALL for which she scorns to i have been justified and ono ropori has it that tho shooting wits dune I with Tutls pistol I tWill also stated that time A Hun woman and Tutt wore arrested and placed in jailat Jackson while another report states that Allen and his wife were the parties jailed In connection with the fore going we reproduce an account cf the affair as telegraphed to the Lexington Herald Jackson Ky Nov 2IAmelia- Bell Allen shot anti fatally wound fid Fanny Tutt wife of Ir Win Tutt nt Voncleave eight mileS from here at 5 oclock yesterday from the effect of which MrdTul riled at 5 oclock this morning Mrs Tutt was at her home do ing house work when Mrs Allen and her husband Theodore Allen came up to the fence at the rear of the Tutt home called to Mrs Tut and began violently to abuse her She took refuge in her house going through the dining room and hall and into her bed room where her 8 mouths old baby lay sleeping She was pursued by the Aliens to the door of her bed chamber when Mrs Allen fired the fatal shot The assailants seeing their bloody work accomplished fled but were pursued by officers and captured and were brought to Jackson over the 0 K train this morning Mrs Tutts husband was absent from home He was wired tin sad news and friends summoned a physician as speedilyI an possibly Dr C H Hurst arrived at 5n oclock p m four hours after the shooting but found surgical nit was of no avail Mrs Allen who killed Mrs Fanny Tutt yesterday together with her husband claim that Mrs Tutt had accused Mrs Allen of being too friflllclly with Mr Putts husbandMrs and her husband when seen at the jail this evening stated that they would be able to establish their plea of self defanso i that Mrs Tutt attacked Mrs Al len and tried to prevent her from coming to her own house and that she retrained shooting until the last moment A Revival of Education- In spite of the great advance Kentucky is making in temperance reform and Sunday school and Christian work she still stands al most at the foot among other states from on educational standpoint of view A groat revival ol enthusiasm in education is now being kindled within our great common wealth During the week begin ing November 20 and ending De cember 0 every county in the state will be visited by a very able man who will spook in the interests of education Supt L N Taylor of Richmond will speak in the chapel in Hazel Green Thursday Do cember 8 at 7 oclock Everybody will enjoy hearing Mr Taylor speak Every teacher student parent and friond of education will be greatly interested All those not now intereojed come and see if there is anything in it Mr Taylor will speak at Catnip ton Thursday nftornonii at I oclock and at Hazel Green at night Admission free You etui not afford to miss hearing Mr Taylor Toll all your friends bout it tThe children of Hazel Green public school chaperoned by Mrs Clayton Center the teacher lust Friday evening marched in procession to the Convolution school near town and together the chil dren of each had quite an inter esting entertainment There wore 24 of thin litho visitors und Miss Arta Dye touchier at Consolation said her scholars welcomed the vis itors in royall style j ek ACADEMY NOTES 0=Poarre Hall will soon bo heated by steam Prof F W Long preached fit Frenchburg Sunday morning and nightProf and Mrs Carter went to West Liberty Sunday morning ant ji returned The MondayIIKS South Rose and Russell Cha lacy having enrolled Tiptoii pldfinld Green Lacey Cnrlllllli8ulllh Pratt nod Annie Havens woof home Sunday The II B society will give its second program Saturday night This will bo tho lost program for this term Eight H G A boys attended Sunday school at Public Square and three attended church at Lacy creole Sunday Rev Mr Owflley known as Ken tacky war horse preached at the Methodist church Sunday morn ing and night All are looking forward for all Hitjoyahln TlianlcHgiviniji We feel that wo have received many thing for which WH should give thanks Incidentally we learn that the Morehuad basket ball has challenged the Hazel Green Academy for a game to be played here and the captain of the latter has the matter under consideration If they play H G A will go to More head fora return game Tho I D society played a game of basket hull against the H B and B K societies Thursday oven ing Tho scorn was 1 and 1 Thnst who woro the yellow UD were C B Quicksall James A Lacey Kelly Cox D S Henry and Glenn Haney i tho red and blue H B and B Kwore Ira Nickel Milo Carter Jesse Kash Goff Long and J WAS Wheeler Bazar Postponed In order not to detract in the least from the united interest wt all have in the revival services in progress at the Methodist church the Ladies Aid society at a called meetingI decided to postpone their Bnzaur from Thanksgiving day to Saturday night Dec 5th All Ihosn who haye promised gifts donations or assistance in anyway may kindly hold same ill readiness until that time Beaidf tho usual sale of articles given for that purpose ice cream and cake will be served Please to remem ber time and place Saturday night December 5 at the Indus trial building Everybody come and bring all your friends since a pleasant time is anticipated rr WP Haulsey of Demund was here Monday and told us that his boys had found in the sandcover iing a coal bank something that looks very much like gold It was found at the base of a hill and it- is possihly an ore of some value- as he says it is very heavy Barney Blaukenship of Spencer came in Monday and has been vis ting relatives and friends in and about Hazel Green this week He informs us that Andy Wilson a hislnearestand foresight to raise a smallcrop of tobacco for which he realized 800 last week Mrs Elbery Had ix of Belknap Hud at the Good Samaritan Hos pital at Lexington Friday morn lug of appendicitis She was iperited upon Thursday night in the hope of saving her life but complication arose und death resulted The body was taken home Saturday afternoon on the 220 clook Lexington and Eastern train S F Reynolds of Boonevillo 3wsloy county reorntly purchased and now occupies the Jordan Wills property lIe is a practical har ness and saddle maker and just as soon ns he can secure a shop he hats in view he will open up a place for repairs of all kinds in his line He comes to fill a long felt want as we have been without a JollyJohn y =iIiu i CommissionersSale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky HABVKY HALSBY ETC Plaintiff VH W T ROSE Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and OrderI of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court run dered at its September Term 1008 IIIII the above cause for the sum of Sixty four mind IOO642S Dollars with interest at till nite of Six per cent per OclolilrIWOiof the Court House iu Campion Ky to the highest and best bidoYr at puUi HUClllll III Monday the 7th Day of December 1903 at 1 oclock pm or thereabout being County Court day upon a credit of six months tho following real estate to wit A certain tiaut or parcel of held deeded by Bowen D Hose Sr and Mar tha A Rose hia wife to W1 Hnse by i deed bearing date of February 241 188J as appears of record in the Wolfe Coun ty Clerks office in Deed Book Xo 2 page MS and which Is described and bounded ilK follows to wit A certain tract sad parcel of lurid lying and being III the County of Wolfe and State of Kentucky and on the wa ters of Big Calaboose creek and bounded as follows to wit Beginning on three white oaks on the upper falls of Big Cal aboose craek at the crossing of the Coun ty road thence down Big Calaboose the center of said creek to the nun withII the first left hand drain as you go sold creek to a spruce piue and maple I thence up said drain a u w course to the I top of the mountain to a white oak thence with the top of the ridge tto tillII County rued thence with the ridge between the Calaboose and the Meadow branch to a high knob between the Big Calaboose fwd the Chestnut Log branch thence aile course with the di viding ridge between the Big Calaboose nail Limo cJheHtnut Log brands to tho I thllIceIcreek to thrte on ing ridge lames Coxs old corner thence with the dividing ridge to a chestnut marked D U David Roses old cor ner thence a north course with David I Roses luau to the County road between Wm T Ruse and Green Swangn i thence n north course to C L ByrUs line t two hickories and a white oak thence a straight line to time beginning Also J A certain tract of IHIH dtraed by mules E Smith to W T More by deed bearing date of November 18VJ ns appears of record in the Wolfe Coun ty Clerk ollice in Deed HwK Xo 2 page Hll and which is described as fill lows A certain tract or parcel III howl lying and being iu the county of Wulle and state of Kentucky on the waters of I Big alaboiiHH creek nod IseUUlydas follows iiwit Beginning at iI Imkory i bush between it ilogunod and Ili aik buh mi tilt divide between tin Iliu linkII Little ainbooce creeks nod a Green Swaiio theiire up ail and with raid bwangoV line n 4r1111II I to a stake 2 po n fli po e of fro chestnut oak thence n aliI iiI pn persimmon bush on the dividing toII between the Big VIlIIlIoIllitl blanch on which C J Uyrd nail Iolly Byrd now live thence with iuil divi- den89w17410pomiI1rd6I I i IUpas- to two black jacks n 2I1 III M po to one blank jack n aallJel11I12putuuI i stake II KU l2 u JO 010 po to a stake it II- w 12 IU po to a stake n i 810 w 10 po to a stake u 10 12 w 17 JlUJpo to a stake n 15 e u po to a state n i8 e 11 510 po to a fence on the ridge between two black jacks on southwest side of chestnut sapling on the nurthpiist side about 12 fet above it hicknry thence n 32 18 w 20 po to a point I12 po south 32 e trust a black oak with two heels in the west side in the road leading from Big Calaboose to said Uyrd and Wm Centers thence s ilI12 w 72 14 po to three white oaks beginning curter to James Coxs 33U acre survey thence with the line of the smile s Ii e 54 po a 44 34 e JI1 2 100 pu to the beginning containing 4l acres 2 fIJIIand 32 poles by survey The foregoing boundaries are saidsub jjest to having excepted from it II t5 acre tract which was deeded by W T Rue Io Ixjuisa Carpenter as is shown by rec ml in Deed Book Xo i page i21 of the records of the Wolfe County Clerks jlllce Also this Is to be sold subject to a nortgHge lien of 370 bearing date Sep ember 24 1107 and which wnsexecuted hly WT Ruse ILlllI wife to T II Led brd as Iis shown by Mortgage Hook Xo U page IOti jf the Wolfe County Clerks omceII seams money so Fur the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bUild bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having Ilhe force and ellect of u judgment Did ders will oe prepared to comply prompt terlllsI 1JOS- MI F MORTON Special Commissiiiiier THINKING OF MOVING WESTii It nut thru iniikr up your iiilml and write tee Inr descriptive lift of tiiriiis in Missouri Lnnsiis iiiul ikluliniiiii All tine level pro iiLtivo limd Ithat will grow iiiiytnini under the raw at priees nulling triiui I li 111411- IIIIIWII and conic w here llle IsI made tnler able benty piinfltrlilt fnrndugI Why sweat uud fret lift away in the veto eiliirt to eke out a mere inl eral lt sustenance trout Ih- rookrlhhlI runtluvtdi lillUIdtii as your fu ller and hit lurs lather did when there is- so I much good laud to lie hud yet awhile fur s mere sung Get nut of therutsbreak away from the timeworn habit that keeps your manse to the grlnilstunu All it takes is resolution and a little nerve Wrlle me uulliet me help yuu tua better condition IIII N1 PHIPPS Ctaute Kansas 0AYHOUSEHazel Urn IU DAY Proprietor Bent taldc lure In Kimtern Kentucky A rnoni eonnrrted Heated said lighted by gas tlirouKlmut tail special ac iiiuiuodfliimjn to traveling mm ks t11lrizir4iMtl tl NES7SZ FFALL AND WINTER MILLINERY pissesmOPEL ft TROY announce that they have just received their Fall and Win ter stock of Millinery and a great variety of Novelties never before seen in Eastern Kentucky I FURNISHING + GOODS 4 for ladies and children including hosiery underwenr belts mid novelty neckwear will lie found in the display to which everyone is iinvited MAPEL TROY Kash Johnson Kash9 1iAI R IN IfIGeneral Merchandise 1J COUNTRY PRODUCE c 1 J HAZEL GREEN KYt1 t Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general thejj Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware vtc and especially their j Shield Brand Clothing Dress j Goods Latest Prints Domesticsa- ll of which they sell at a small profit for CASH their policy being Quick Soles and Small Profits Soliciting your trade which we hope to merit by fair dealing we are respectfully yours v Xash Johnson Kash J t1 Ellis Johnson in coon min wIth the store runs an uptodate 1 ILivery and Feed Stable DruMnors hacks for hire at all times ITHE PE PLE OF HAZEL GREBN1I j Iand veryI j our new stock of fall and winter goods which for cash will be sold lower than 1 ever before PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 6 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 1 can buy at CECIL BROS Sam Kash of the firm Kash 1 Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he Isays if they had a new ad they would have to hire another ass sistant for which they can not make room with the goodsA5F1 Fruit sJOWallle tal Trees Everything for Orchard Lawn WRITE FOR Galdenre FREE WEl HAVE NO AGENTS fl F IIILLKNMEYER LEXINGTON KY B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON jI IXFOUMS time citizens of Wolfe time adjoining countieti that he a line of Collins Caskets Burial amid everything necessary to put the dead in decent style ESfSpeeial caskets supplied on hours notice fluent made if ordered Trains and hacks furnished funerals A lao can fill order fur tombstones A- L1 4 I j nOWiQCnostoIi Bank gym WINCHESTER KY N H WiTHEnsPOONPre ident Patti Up Capital i 910000000 T Undlvliled Profits t IJOOOOOO f HaiitUouiu Ueiuilt nt i 9over I i 1 SSOOOOpOO This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus 9 loess men generally throughout East x era Kentucky and offers its custom ers every lacllltyIIDt the mOlt liberal terms within the limits of legitimate t banking loct2ly ITHINK I ABOUT IT P Aboutwhat peHmamawIr I litInews community your bors and friends of the chnrches aDd i I of everything in which you are di Interested Donl you think the noshti Paper U a good thing IP ktnl o- L4 q MA1L IL 1f C f l t r 6 fIr tto JJf Iv I r J1 s T ld J F4 fl w v mjni Heart Action There are certain nerves c that control the action of the heart When they become weak the heartr action is impaired Short breath pain around heart palpiI11 f or rapid pulse and other distressing symptoms fol low Dr Miles Heart Cure is a medicine especially adapted to the needs of these nerves and the mus cular structure of the r heart itself It is aw t strengthening tonic that brings speedy relief Try it r r For years I suffered with what I thought was stomach trouble when the doctors told me I had heart trouble I had tried many remedies when the Dr Mlles almanac camo e Into my hands and I concluded to b try Dr Mmes Heart Cure I have ttktn three bottles and now I am r act suffering at all I am cured and this medicine did It I write this In x the hope that It will attract the at tMtion of others who sutler as I dido MRS D BAURON 804 Main 8L Covington Ky Your druggist sells Dr Miles Heart Cure and we authorize him to returnv price of tint bottle only If It falls r to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind REVOLVING IIEENVYieWIR E URABLLOtUR- W ITC fOI PRICE 1 Q r DEKALBILLMNSASCnI- rowiNio w LAWN FENCE Cost very little proves Yerjr tatlo 3Rtctozy fez lawns door yards sar- Asas We soak fencing for lawns door yards field hog and poultry Write for ttttsJor UNION FENCE CO DKalb IlL Kansas City Ma i Y A BOOK OF I MYSTERY I II h ISii heVejIr i BY Mary Harriott Norris 1 f lao Cloth 300 pnrfes SlSO Order of Your Bookseller a or the Publisher RICHARD G BADGERDk her Boston 5- nQ KILLTMeCUCH MB CURB THE LUNGS I I WITH Dr Kings New Discovsry- fOlfOl UDH3 sSffi W TNAMTAMLUNBTROU8L- E8WT fly BAn8JAorOB- Ga MmWUmDXD GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKERI HAZEL GREEN KY I have several Sue Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most if J reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when iorequeetedPoblic patronage is U8U1JOJieited tut QEO RKJE tt- t t 4 T A4 KENTUCKY tlWmLSI I llrelyIWhile out gunning in Fleming county Thomas W Dudley had both eyes shot oui nnd probably received fatal wound The twelveyearold son of Henderso Wells living near Louisa had his skutl fractured by being kicked by a mul His condition is hopeless E N Forsythe of Mayaville 188t week shipped for export to Germany five carloads of large fine walnut logs Some of the logs required six horses tto haul them Fire originating from spontaneot combustion in the drying room of tbe laundry of the Eastern Kentucky insar asylum at Lexington resulted in damage of about 3000 Hezzy Buiion a farmer nearSomerse while possum hunting one night IMt week was fired on by some unknow person and mortally wounded His body was found next morning lying in a field It has been authoritatively announce that Mrs Russell Sage of New Yorl has given 25001 toward the establU ment of a college for colored youths iin Kentucky to be a branch of Berea college After returning thirty indictment charging illegal making and selling of whisky the federal grand jury at RIcl mond adjourned last week About 20 persons were convicted on moonshin chargesB French the one time leade in the French Eversole feud has Been the error of his ways and reformed He last week confessed change of heart and united himself with the Baptist church at Winchester Echo river in Mammoth cave is almost dry aa a result of the drouth Many aye nues where the water stood from twelve to fifteen feet are now mere footpaths As a result many parts of the famou cave u aver before reached have been ex plored The jury in the case of Frank Kelly charged with arson and causing the deathof two children in Lawrence county disagreed and was dismissed The case was tried at a special term of Carte circuit court on change of venue Mrs Mary R Perkins who since tbe removal of her husband to Ohio bas been living alone with her young son on a farm near Muir in Fayette county has announced an auction of her prop erty and says the sale is impelled by re ceipt of anonymous threatening letters At the recent Democratic primary in Woodford county two men who were not even candidates receivednomina tions They were Col John Graham for coroner and Fletcher Meek of Versailles for surveyor This is one in stance of where the office seeks the man and not the man the office A party of hunters lighted a fire to smoke out rabbits and destroyed tree and fences on the farms of Bert War and James Gossett south of Covingtor valued at over 300 One hundred fine fruit trees and much fencing were destroyed The only means of fightin the fire was carrying water from a creel a quarter of a mile distant Four large stock barns on Clifton Stock farm near Harrodtburg the prop erty of Gen John B Castleman togeth destroyedIOne of the barns was a very large ODe and was built by the Shakers who had settled in that section in 1815 From amounts of fires kept in the state fire marshals office in Frankfort the statement is made that within the past few weeks 72000 barrels of whisky were destroyed in Kentucky At a con servative estimate of 25 a barrel this would represent a loss of about 1800 000 to the distillers and a loss in taxes to the govrnment of some 3000000 or 4000000 Loneda McDonald a voodoo doctor was sentenced from Elizabethtown to serve four years in the penitentiary fc having victimized Harriet Harris nut of 390 The doctor made his patient believe that by placing her money in ia sack upon her back it would cure be of rheumatism Then he substituted sack filled with paper in lieu of the banknotesTwo warehouses at the Tom Moore distillery near Bud town con taming 15000 barrels of whisky were destroyed by fire last week entailing a loss of 400000 partly covered by insur ance The government loses 750KX in taxes Strenuous efforts on the part of a volunteer bucket brigade saved the distillery building and one warehouse containing 6000 barrels of whisky oJNotlcea have been sent to the banks of this state by Secretary of State Ben L Bruner that the law providing that the banks must not incur a liability greater than 30 per cent of their capital stock will be rigidly enforced The fail ure of the Owensboro blanks has aroused the state officials having charge of them and a guaranty deposit law of some kind to give the depositors better fieeurlty will be introduced the next tssaion of the General Assembly i J i 1e ftfrr THE VERY BEST mtd5 Have any of our readers seen are cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all thing that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its reader to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reign supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from hisi efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes 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Buggiess l BuggileSes = i The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy first class buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable price I dont lmti die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere JiirRemenfuer if you want a FIRST GLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply you Call and see me nt my shop in Hazel Green RespectfullyJOHN H ROSE 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS tic Anyone tending a sketch and description mar QQlcklr ascertain our opinion tree whether aa tlonawActiyoonddeatafUND8001II Communloi on Patents ElertoaUntpteial notice without charlie In the Scientific lmerkaneA- deaneU lastrate4 weekly Tersest cit Jaii=OApa NjNiA +gtA pc wf ilo A The Unbalanced ShoepII There aro lots of qneor thing about Bheop continued tho lIiIcliii Man reminiscently according ttoI nu exchange Theres thoin XlIV J Hampshire sheop that feed on the mountains Theres one old follow up there that owns only a I mountains pretty near round Iud about 2000 feet high just th3 shupo ofu sugar lonf Thoiv pretty good feodi n on it but of course ho cant raise anything I lilt sheop Hes done well at thatt- but he made tho one mistake I inbreeding nn now hes tot n IIW breed o sluop altogothor Those slieiip hoa got now nlo about tho tAvniitysovontli genera tion he continued Well bunI twentyseven year ago he put in I Hock of sheep 011 tint moiintaii an they done well Theyd fuse I round that mountain tin tllIYi I gradully worked their way up to the top an then corkscrew duwi again always going from right to left The mountain was so sleet that it bothered that th first Hock a little but tho old man Dickson was his name noticed j that the children of thesn shoni didnt seem to hue much tlIIIIII So it wont on until about thy sixth generation when thuld man made a big discovery at shearing time obsorvid tin Hired Man- Them sheep couldnt walk even ground I Ho measured IIIjj found the fore mud hind I hfis the right side of every sheep in tlwII flock wore longer than those tho other side Theyd been feed ing on that steep mountain always working from left to right that the legs on the lowor side had just naturally developed longer Since thin the Hock has got more an more that way When shearing time conies they just get ahead of the flock on the side of the mountain an yell at the sheep and mako them try to turn nn every one of em tips over an the the whole flock goes rolling down to the bottom where it lies still till the shearings over because it cant get up Why old man Dicksou got a fold that is a big barn for them sheep in winter an its round nn the floor slopes down from half way tip to the top to the center of the floor on all sides sos them sheep can get around And thats what comes from too much inbreeding I never did believe in inbreeding There was silence as the Hired Man concluded his account of the New Hampshire sheep and ho hastened to add a sentence or two t0f course I never soon these particular sheep myself but a fol low I know named Bill Anderson told me spout em an I never knew Bill to lioExchangeW- atched d Fifteen Years For fifteen years I have watch ed the working of Bucklens Ar nica Salvo i and it hits not failed to cure any sore boil ulcor and burn to which it was applied It has saved us many a doctor bill says A F Hnrdyof Wilton Maine 25c by nil dealers Cattle in Stalk Fields There is unusaul danger this season in turning stock into tho fields where corn has been husked Water is scarce and tho husks and lades of the corn are very dry and aro apt to induce trouble Stockshould be run on pastures part of tho tiny before they are let into the stalk fields or if tho pastures are played out fill up tho cattle with other food For tho first week or two leave them in the stalk fields only an hour or two a day Then make sure that they have salt before thorn all tho time and that they are in reach of water Impaction due to eating too much dry stuff und lack of water nakos most of the serious trouble r very animal should bo brought out of the fields at night and Irivon to tho water tank Fro luently an animal will fill itself in corn husks and bladoH and hon lie down in somo comfort thin pluco These are tho onos which must be hunted up and ookod aftorL C B in Nation al Farmer and Stock Grower JAiL Y Remarkable Story j The story of Mrs Matilda Warwick of Kokomp Ind as told below proves the curative properties 6f that wellknown female remedy Wine of Cardui Mrs Warwick says t F TATAKE CARkI 1111 It Will Help You I suffered from pains in my head shoulders I fc limbs side stomach low down dizziness chills ner vousncss fainting spells and other female troubles J I was almost dead Three doctors did not help me 4 At last I took Cardui and with the first bottle obi tamed relief Now Iam cured But for Oardui would have been dead Try Cardui II AT ALL DRUG STORESI You Dont 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