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WMfyt 1r iJ r V 1 iT7rt J I f 1 1 M1Jt rr iHE4 r HERALDyo = Established March 4 1B86 Made Famous In the Story ol Jonathan and Hit Continent by Max ORell = = 0 u uu on 0 9PKVOK11 RC loI1 The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year In advancer u u TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER a IH08 NUMBER 17 t Lexington and Eastern RailwayYI t Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND STATIONS DuilyexIDallyund OUUUIo au oj I Sunday i Sunday AMlve IMLve Ixv Jackson 0 10 am 2 20 pu l 00um- OiKJunct 0 I 25 IIIU 71e5 u- tBeattyve Jc 7 161111II13 20 pm 74 uw 41 S16 1m- Nat Torrent 710 am pw Bridge 7 45 am 13 tJ IIL 820 0111- Campton Jn i 48 am M pn 88 11m Stanton 16 um 20 pin 8b4 111- 11Clay City 18 ii all ali pool I 002u- tLEJuucu 14VOnw 07 pa 10U3a m DID un1012 am WlbcbeBterlI aID I U Vo InjI02 al- ai 1tZ EAST BOUND No2 I liSI No4 = STAT1ON3 = Daily andDaily ex Hund y pmI Sunday PM Lve A Lye I 25 plO 0 Lexington 0 7 3b alii 2 18 pm 20 Wlucbester 20 S 13 aliiI 2 48 Jim LtEJunctlunS iiO pm 3 60 pm 40 May City 40 W oa uni 3 58 pui 14 taatou1 44 9 10 am 4 30 pm I 3b pm 4 35 pui 67 Jai linageI67I U 43 1111 4 47 pm 62 9 5O am 5 10 pui 70 HeattyveJc 170 1i 17 u- tb O5 pm 90 OKJullcnIIU 11 15 u- e m lU pm 94 JackHuuIIHlll a CONNECTIONS L E JfMTiuJi =liiiiu sUB I an will make connection with the C 01 tor Mt Sterling CAMPION JUNCTloNTrallis NOB 1 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Ceutr Ky for Iine JUdgr atilt CumptuuB- BATTYVLLK JtscrioN Iraitii No 2 will make connection ut llcattyvillc lunc with the L1 uinl A lutllwuy bur passengers to and from Heattyville OK JUNCTION Trains No 3 and 4 connect with tIlt O A K Railway lor localisl stations on the O K Hallway W A MoDOWKLL Ueueral Manage- iOliAHdCOTTUeulasB Agent 0 n 0410o KantuoRu11 Bailwag1 Time Table May 21 1905 WESTBOUND lio33 I SSI No 21 Dally ex STATIONS Daily ex Suadaya tlUlillay PMAaa 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 6 Canuel City 22 Ii l5 4 55 11 Uelecliawa 20 12 19 a 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 61 3 62 22 WilhurHt 6 11 44 310 27 OKJunctlon 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND lio34 I K No 22 Dally ex- Sunday = STATIONS Daily eim 8 Sunday AM LVE PMLvn 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 I + 7 33 21 lleleohuwa 6 1 17 7 45 19 tee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Huuiitoii 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wllhurst 20 1 61 i 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos21 and 22 will make close connects4 at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 foi points oo the Lexington and Eastern Rail waySuperiuteudeIIt mountain Oetf81 nailroaaI No 1 No 2 DEPART AllIUVE 000 a mCampton1130 a m 200p m0amptou 000pm No2 No1 fARRIVE7 30 amCampn Junc10 05 am 3 30 pmCumpn Junc 440 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L d E pasI senger trainsjj WJ S HENRY Leaaguurtere Jackson ICy BKFHKSKNT1NO THE JOSEPH G REED CO 1 Wholesale Dry Goods and NotionsJJ M PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchant of gsstf ern Kentucky and pmiranteen prices and 1 quality ol goods Hold orders for him K T KOBK H O HAMlLK ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounsolorsatLaw l r CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the Courts f of Wolfe und adjncent counties Speck j t attention given to corporation Law an 1 Seal Estate LltifiaUon Offices Second Floor Farmers J aniI 1r1dtn Bank ttk J r j ai Lr IJ 0 e u u COUNTY NEWSI IllII JJlS JNIoll intercut to a ninjoiUij of out readers especi ally distant friends CAMPTON CURRENCY CI Esq Chas Fallen of Gillmore is in town today Charlie Lyons of Tolivor w in town last Friday Uncle Joe Spencer of Dnllii Point was in town yesterday 1 R Uollon and Sum Spennrt aro out quail shooting today Mr and Mrs Steve Tutt of nn Campton will move to 1exiugt this week Mesdames W L Hurst and A C Kash are visiting relatives aim 1 friends in Jackson this week RL Carroll county court clerk is working on his farm this wee and his wife is doing the work of the office ryA private loiter recently receiv StalnpeIiin Denver Colo Newt Chambers of Stillwateri who was dangerously illn whilet reported to he much better nnd1 rapidly improving Frank Thomas of West LikeI ty is preparing to open up a gen eral retail store on the first floor of the Masonic hull The damage suit of Totann Vii Hurst recontly ponding in the Powell Circuit court has been compromised and dismissed Mrs Sam J Elkins visited the home of her parents Judge and1 Mrs G T Center on Stillwator lost week returning homo Sunday The Juniors held their specialI Thanksgiving service at the Bap1 tist church last Sunday murnii at 11 oclock Rev J M Tolson delivering the address Dr Wiley Steele an aged an I respected citizen living near Camp ton died at his home Wednesdayr of last week rafter an illness last ing a comparatively short time A very successful box supper was given at the K W A chapel Thanksgiving night the proceedsI from the snit of the boxes going toward paying the rent on tl academy building tA T Combs a prominent pal i ticiau and business man of this place accompanied by his family loft Camptou Monday morning for Montgomery county where Mr Combs has purchased a good farm and where they expect to mukn their future homo Thule many regret to have them leave Dec 1 S S IIlhreeIII for death A graveyard chugS was tearing my lung to pieces Doctors failed tu help me uullIl I hope Lad flodwhen my husbandj g ttDr Kings New says Mrs A C DiilcOorII Ky The first dose helped mo and improvement kept on until II 1111111mymedicine holds the worlds healing 1111111IUllgI I years pneumonia Sold under l guarantee at all dealers 50c an 1 dtIf its new und true youll findI S t hi THK HEJtALDIti i J r lTO CORRESPONDENTS Mini your i IIIIIS curly sn IIoy will rrnch our ollice uulruingJluudnifpossihlu I t imiund write on one ride ol mho paper only j I CONSOLATION CHAT 0 Mrs Hiram Blankonship is dan gerously ill LHOtis Youngs baby is very sick nt this writing ISWillie Ilobbs of Campton w horn few days ago IHum I liwc of Campion was here Saturday mi IniHiiioss LiarbustnessIIBuford Lacy of Insko has be visiting hero for tho last few dad Flavo Cecil who has been sick for some time is improving yoiy fast kSum H Elam returned Satur day from Insko where had buen for sovurnlllnyll Misss MiiiiiinI Old tiIdn l l j Lucy Gillapio gave tutu writer u ercall Sunday evening in an enjoy able and plonsant manner Roy Hurry Gardener col Daysboro preached an interesting sermon here Sunday and left alii announcement for the first HunI day in January Nov 550 PllOHIBITIOMPT Medicine That is Medicine I have sulfured a good deal1 with malaria and stomach comII plaints but I have now found remedy that keeps mo well mil idj that remedy is Electric Bitters air medicine that is medicine for stomach and liver troubles and fort run down conditions says W C Kiestler of Halliday Ark Elec trio Hitters purify and enrich the blood tone up the nerves aud- I impart vigor and energy to thAI weak Your money will be reI 51gc at all dealers STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 i1lira Belle Ratcliff of Laurel having a store house eroded at Trent Most everyone in this section is through gathering corn and has it iin the crib We had a good rain Saturday I and Sunday but not enough to I furnish stock waterIInS 0 Rose and family moo t linto their new house which w built by Andy Phipps II1 Thomas E Cecil and little son of Lincoln county are visiting rell stoves on this creek Tom was formerly resident of this couutII Ezra Burnett who is working Ifur Valley Brewer on Dog creel pilled horn Saturday evening en route to visit his sister in Morgan county 11Houortwent to Sulphur Springs Saturday to attend church and returnedj unday night They report a you j attendance Thrasher Combs and family offt ClIlI1l tOll passed through hero Satc 111II fllmII IU13lvra and family were sun mound Friday night to the bedside 01111Ii survive the night We have since1 learned that she is much bettor tlAuntJuno Taylor returned Slit urday evening to the residence off C Ruse from a visit to her ohilI and says if Mrs Robert Rosai o 1 duos not return soon from her Illi nois visit she is going after her Otis B Liiikous informed yt correspond nt that ho in purtu ship with G W Lovelace tumid I uthiui Hollon had bought 8iiO turkeys and expecttd to buy JiiO more They expert to drive them to Hel echawa Jot shipment What is the matter with your Landsuw correspondent that ho doesnt shun up His lunar Ii week did not touch us until aft the papers had been moiled u 1 sometimes it gets here Wednesday evening tort lute to be usedE11 wasat the residence of S H Io+ e Sun day curd had the pleasure of hear ink sumo fiii vocal and inst monial niiinic rendered by MISH 1Louria Rose and Elmer Barker Both are excellent vocalists n lidof Miss Louria is a splendid pianis enNuv wysA Dangerous Operation is the removal of the appendix a surgeon No one who takes Kings New Life Pills i sever sub jected to this frightful ordeal They work so quietly you dont dfeel them They cure constipationI headache biliousness ndwnlur 25c at all dealers ofEZEL EVOLUTIONS Misses Emma Sample und XinI nie Motley attended church at 1 IV j itIClillWd Xickel was on Drossy this wet k visitingrahltin1i undJ bird hunting Thanksgiving services vcrn real good and everybody seem to have IIenjoyed it splendidly I Bro Vaughn Sunday school evangelist gave a good lecture at this place Friday een iugII Will Sexton whoI has been at Middleton 0 for quite a tvhi I returned Thursday evening I Miss Emma Sample of near town spent Sunday night with J her mother Mrs S D ioodwin INews came to us today that Bu ford Pioratt of West Liberty was very low and not expected to live lung liieJ Sample o Motley and Mrs Bessio Rose tookj dinner with Miss relines 1rtl jSunday i Rev Bob Murphy of preached ut Flutgup school houseii neari this place Thursday and FriUij day night Ebb Henry of Ronnywas ml dthis ploco again Sunday The nsseems to bo quite an attractionI hero for himd vilS iting relatives at and near this place for several days returned Ito his locals in Kiuifus Saturday Nov 80 AHHOII 1rrtM GRASSY GALPMiss Elvira Perkins ioi visiting oil I brother Jim Perkins JEd Wnts n of Cunoynus OilII IIGrassy with his rings and gun lastt abdI lg Misses Nora and Grauio 11il Isle Leonard Stamper attundcdij i at Flu twoods Sunday j 101It IIIII I Win Honry of Mt Storling lug uudn puttyof friunds were on apClIttTheJ 1 j j J D Henry and wilo visited and Wm Honry and family on Granscej from Saturday until Sunday uvoni ing nail Mrs henry returned wit them I Nov 30 GENeviEVE J INSKO ITEMS 0 rolalrcountyarI JIIThurn has boon lots of tie limit diing nt this place for some tune Tho singing school is progro jing nicely on tho Spiunel F Mr and Mrs Henry Elam arc visiting relatives and friends on Caney LStSidney Elam pusser tlIHI1 to Belknup Shelby Risner of Nickell wns hero a few days ago nail bought nice bunch of cattle 1 C Bailoy and 1reston Oraee I Jlnknfrucounty n few days ago Mr and Mrs Clifton Hulhroo Cow creek visited friends ate relatives at this place part of 1 eek idst Nov 30 NOT sectionbyputDrw supposed to be incurable For u great nia1I Iny scars doctors pronounceil Itn local III j Inse and prescribed local remedies and by roiiMtuntly falling 1to cure with loviil treat Hiviit pronounced it inciiniblr Scienre ronxlltutGItol dleii c and therefore requires contltiitioniil treatment Halls Catarrh Cure nianufiic lured by F J Cheney i Co Toledo O is the nuly constitutional cure on the market It is token Internally in dusts from 10 drops IhIi II blood and raucous surfaces of the system They oiler one hundred dollars for nay case lulls ti cure Send for circulars and tes Address KJ CHKXKYI t CO Toledo O Sold by druxgiiU 75e Take Hullls ruiiiily Pills for constipation MURPHY FORK MINUTES IolldnyInuss for tin Mt Sterling market John M Murphy brought hon I bunch of plump good cattle la week making Ho head at presentt I IBen Murphy and Milt Lykiuser bought two of the finest heifers iuij Wolfe county from Mrs Mattie I Perkins Price private ii How is this for prosperity During the past few weeks the eel was left on Grassy creek 3500tI from the sale of turkeys j The writer observed Cleve PhilI t ips working the road by himself Asked about it he replied It nutevi y in the way erCnger Oalhounllloved from lie ifee county last week to a cottage John Murphys farm recently vacated by Rev Green Brown the moving artillery itEmery Greer and family stoppedpI at the homo of Wash Swango Ins tintI IWodlles ny night with their plun They were on their way fromf Montgomery county to tho moun talus of West Virginia lion Ciisar Lindon anti wife o f Gilltnore were guests of his sister It Irs LuKie Cecil Saturday antiim Sunday He told us a iuunbor of olitical yarns iu which he explain how tho glorious victory was won wish to remind the Pekin cor respondent that lie was mistaken out Milt L kills being short of s Milt was on this creek and ft Monday for his home in llntne gomery county with a nice bunch cattle Ho was overflowing with natural truck and the reason j appeared short at Pekin was I cause he saw a new machine goth up Nov aI POKT 10- 1 injI better thou ever by mail i I nts on news stands HOc OuePr 11orkhs I I I yonrWordi Locust Street St touisi Mo a I a PEKIN PROBLEMS 0 McCauseyrinduj John McGuire wont to Cannel iiCity Thursday throughkI Frank Ward made a trip to Mt Sterling recently Cum Murphy of Ezol was in this section Tuesday buying geeso I i IIlllltI 1 I given hy Miss Ada Henry Satnr I day night aSeveral from this place attend jed tthe ontortninment at Ezol last nighttinAndiiMin Ayurn recrmtly moved ofsLong branch StnneyWurdLizzie Childers attended a sancti tiedmeeting at Flatwoods FridleyII tnfIllght axNov R0 BtOK Ask Us to Print 1 ToJ relieve the worst forms of Rheumatism take a teaspoonful lof the following mixture after each meal and at bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce i Compound Kargon r one ounce Compound Syrup Sarisaparilla three ounces Those harmless ingredients oanIr I jbe obtained from our home drugtt g e byhakingRelief is generally felt from the first few doses I This prescription forces the i doggedtip inactive kidneys to file t1 tter mid train from the blood the poisonous waste matter and uric 1 iai most painful and torturous dise ase but dangerous to life this simple recipe will no doubt be Igreatly valued by many sufferers at home who should at once prepare the mixture to get this relief ItIS that a person who would j this prescription regularly a IdosoI r der or Rheumatism Cut this out and preserve it I I Good Rheumatism presoripti tiaII nwhich really relieve are scarce inII deed and when you need it you want it badly lHuutingl the oldest in the history humanity It has a hygienic i merit much commended by medi calman which boars no relation whatever to the size of the bags atfway is suspected that many Achunts 1 eu go in for shooting because it I JtormJ J pound boots The rewards of hunting are as n rule quite dis expended ammunition But two lumbermen working ar Oil City Pa may be depend t ed to say a good word always f9r Ir 1They1 fthlget 4 game but they yanked out a rusty iron koala which contained OOO in gold and 22 in silver i The most discouraged nimrod tho world would admit that this fair for the rjof Michigait helve a uatue must be Indian d 6 w iII1tr1I11Lh i JOCPF I ILPHE HEHALD Kntornrtnttlie Ilnznl Orrrn 1nsl J 1 omceaaaecondclasamntter n SPENCER COOPER Editor h HAZEL GREEN KY Til U USD AY Dec K 1HUS i DEMOCRATIC TICKET For County JwlgiW II IU1I 4ForCounty Court ClerkIt1 1L CAHIOII Par Circuit Court ClerkI C UNJiOX For SLerillGEttI V SAUKY For County tttunieyS G SAMlLK For AssessorT T CKXTKH I1TTI1fFor Co Snpcriiitciideiit1 V TAlIIIK For Surveyor K J CltKKCH For Coroner J FRANK SAMllK Democratic Mass Meeting It is ordered l y the Democratic com mittee of Wolfe county that mass meet tugs be held in ench magisterial district on December Ni lOS nt 1 riclock prn for the purpose of nominating Democrat ic candidates for MigiMriti and dm stable to be voted for at the regular November 1U09 election The meeting ball be called to older by tin regular precinct conunitternmii orcomtnitteiineii residing in the said macisterial districts aud saidcomniitteeiiiiinorcommittiCineii will give the nominee of wild tiuiss meet ings their certificate of nomination The said meetings will be held at or near the regular voting places in tthe respective magisterial districts It Iin farther older ed that any man using liquor or UIOIIPV in securing his nomination stall be deprived ol the privilege of receiving a certificate of noitliintinn from tin com initteemnn or comtlmeemcii in his mug isterial district I Campton Ky Nov 23 IMS A B Cox bailman f i W H CATPOS Secretary The temporary roll call of the House of Representatives for the Sixtyfirst Congress has been completed and published It shows that the next House will consist of 219 Republicans and 172 Democrats a total of + 891 as against a total of 385 in the House during the last sersion of whom 223 were Republicans and 110 Democrats The results is a net loss of four from tho Republican side and a net gain of six on the Democratic side the discrepancy being due to present vacancies All told the Democrats gained seventeen dis tricts and the Republicans twelve In speaking of tho tobacco situ ation in Montgomery county the Mt Sterling Gazette has the fol lowing to 8ayII Montgomery count ty farmers have begun extensive preparations for an immense to bacco crop to be grotto in 1900 Since the sale of tho pooled tobac co growers of the weed have begun to out the underbrush and get in condition every foot of available land for the culture of tobacco And as a consequence tho indica i tions are that 8500 to 4000 acres d andda number of new barns lltIii l Commission on Country Lite Dear SirPresident Roosevelt has suggested that tho commission on country life ask the farmers Y to come together in tho several school districts of thosouutry so that tney may meet and consider the questions concerning which the commission is seeking infor mation The president desires that these discussions be held not later than Saturday December 5 I am writing you to request that you suggost to tho school tiofficers or other lending citizens in the several school dis tricts to meet in their school houses or other customary meeting places and discuss the general economic social sanitary or educational conditions of country life in their respective neighborhoods Tha president suggests tho following topics The efficiency of the rural schools j farmers organiza tions i the question of farm labor the need of good roads improved postal facilities sanitary condi tions on tho farm The commission has issued a se l ries of questions on which infor mation is desired Copies of those 1 questions which are in tho nature jpf fliiggtfltionB may bo secured by A addressing Washington tthe commission at The commission desires to Imvc the judgments of competent nuns and women on any of these great public questions and to reloioIsuggestions as to whether nrniuent can aid in improving any- of tin conditions of country Iifo1 Tim commissions desires that 111 brief statemnnt of tho general con clusons arrived nt in these discussions bot sent to thcollicein Wash ington This leper iis sent to all county sup rinllHlet or equivalent of ficers in the Inited Stutes in err dor that thesei subjeuls may be evorywhoro discussed practically siimiltiinnously The commission This commission asks your coop eration in securing tlnse meetings in the interest of the public lIodI The meetings should be lIPid not later than tho first week in De cember The whole success of the work of the commission depends on the attitude mid cooperation of tho farming people of the sited States The commission represents them and it hoods their suggestions Yours very truly J G CKAIIHE SuptII Judge Booe ConfessesI In an interview with a represen tative of tho Cincinnati Enquirer C E Booe the defaulting assist ant auditor under Judge S11IIaI gor admits his guilt mind asserts he will make no defense Here what he says isII There have been more pleasant Thanksgiving Days thus this oire for me said Uooe tonight as ho sat at his fireside with his mead resting on his hand nut 1 am in for it and the sooner it is all over the better satisfied I will be 1 committed first theft in the summer of 1902 under Gus G Coulters administration as State Auditor We clerks wore sitting around in tho Auditors oflice talking about W H Coulton nI former clerk being charged with taking claims from one batch of vouchers and putting thong in an other and writing himself a chock for the claims thus transferred Like n flash the evil thought entered my mind that why should ho have done that It would have beer just as easy to have pad ir1tibloa to me toI make the attempt liTho amount was small I do injtendit was simply because 1 wasted more mosey thou I had Having once successfully defrauded the state I could not stop und the amounts taken became larger The thought that I would be caught never entered my mind J knew when I wits taking tho money that it was wrong but 1 could not stop I omnot insane and there is no insanity in my family I acted like a blind man with my eyes wide open- I am not going to run away nor commit suicide I tried to get prussic acid tho day I was caught but failed and time arsenic was taken from me Now I have determined to accept my punishment and desire so free my bonds men as soon I can 1 know they fear that I will run away but I will not fot I never knew a man who run away but what he was finally caught All I want is un early trial and to begin my sentence as soon as I can I do not believe that my shortage will run over 22 000 a thorgh I cannot say just what it will be II My closing words and advice are that those who have u desire to do wrong should not submit to that desire If IlIad stolon all tho money in Kentucky it would have boon no compensatiou for tho suf fering I have endured since I have been caught- I have made you a plain state mAntoI have turned over to at torneys for tho state about 10000 worth of securities every penny I have I have no objection to this statement going made public but do not say untruths for the wholo thing is bad enough as it je va I Now Remedy for Barns 4j tho annual meeting of time Association of Surgeons of the Southern Railway hold in Bir minglmm Ala recently a mender road a paper on the use of in simplo remedy as a primary or first dressringforhunts rho paper attracted much attention and the remedy used is very easily obtained It is tho common Epsom salts found in every drug stare and country store ned in nearly every house and for all forms of scalds and burns it lies been used with tho most gratifying results Pain is almost instantly relieved and inilimmntion cut short and ro duced There1 is no fear of poisonous of feels Ono can expect to find those salts near at hand and they cnn bo used for burns on any part or parts of tho hodyo skill or special precautions are required in their application In case of burn ed hand or foot make as strong a solution of suits as you can and immerse the limb letting it remain as long as there is pain If it is not convenient to use the concen trated solution then employ the dry salts and cover with a dry cloth or make a thick paste and apply it to such parts as the eyes nose or mouth or wherever a solu tion is not suitable- It has been found that Epsom salts used in the above described manner is after all the dressing needed but the doctor in his paper sought to impress his hearers with tho superiority of the treatment as a primary dressing until others could he obtained It has these main points of advantage Instant relief reduced inflammation no poisonous effects easy to wash off the cheapness of the dressing and the fact that it is always at hand TUB HEHAU desires to call at tention of its readers to this sim ple perhaps unknown method to alleviate pain and assists in restor ing tho unfortunate sufferer quickly to his normalcondition The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac For 1909 ready Nov 15 1908 host Or sent out beautiful covers in colors fine portrait of Prof Hicks in colors all the old fea tuivs and several new ones in the Look The Jest astronomical year book and the only one containing the original Hicks Weather Forecast By mail 15c on news stands SlOc One copy free with Word and Works the best 1 monthly in America Discounts on almanacs in quantities Agents wanted Word and Works Pub Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo Every citizen owes it to himself to his follows and to Prof Hicks to possessthe Hicks forecaststhe only roliable Candidate for Sheriff Burns Brown is a candidate for Sheriff of Morgan county He is a good practical business man and hums lived an unspotted life from tho cradle to the present time He never before asked for office and feels sanguine that he will be elect ed if ho can get the nomination at the Democratic primary No one will regret voting for him and he would make a good officer This is Worth Reading Lon F Zelinski ot fiB Gibson St Buffalo N Ysays I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had with Bucklens Arnica Salve I applied this salve once a day for two hays when every trace ot the sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under guarantee at all deal ors 25o During tho scarcity of water that has prevailed around here for some time it is very gratify ing to hear that anyone has a good supply Ellis Johnson a few days since put some tiling in his barn to the depth of 11 or I12 foot and now has six foot of clear water standing in his well I Mr and Mrs S S Oldfield have I MorIliving on the Henry Judy farm for tho past eight months aud have many friends and neighbors who will be sorry to see them leavoMt 3terJing Gazette Ii=II ww1 1 + Our Man About Town had the pleasure of visiting thoo ffico of Dr G 11 Center Tuesday nnd was surprised to see how elegantly he is fitted up Ho has two rooms beautifully papered in ono of which ho has an operating table atd in the other is his laboratory which is apparent woll supplied with all the thingsi neessary to a physicians practic- eOverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes pa yourblood1 ter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they are sick or out dofmPains achesandrheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats and makes one feel as thougn they had heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney arteriesItkidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on Its merits tKyft7 by all druggists in fifty cent and onedollar siz t9l eStYou may have a sample bottle by mall Home of SwamIRnot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention tfcs paper when writing Dr Kilmer Jc Co Blngnamton N Y Dont maKe any mistake but remember th rime Swamp Root Dr 1 Kilmer araneaadressBmngcarroaN Some say I am too high Prove the truth give me a try tJ Come in and see mo and II 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 BO YEARS EXPERIENCE COPYRIGHTS TRADE DESIGNS etcII Anyone Bending sketch and description oaf qutcklrascertain our opinion free whether an I InTeo on la probably palentable Coramunle tloniwrtctlyoontldenttal fiANDBOOK on Iatcnti lecunnirpateriiPatenunspecial fIOlu without charge In the Scientific Htttericatu handsomely lllnstrated weekly Tnnreet cir culation ot any scientific Journal Terms 3rear four monthel Sold byannewdealera IiUNICo 3 ad NewYorK UraD Office 25 F SU Wuhlneton tIE1 EST- t1E POINT If you are a business man did you ever think of the field ofopportunity that advertis ing opens to you There is almost no limit to the possi bilities of your business if you study how to turn trade into your store If you are not getting your share of the business of your community tlieres a reason People go where they are attracted where they know what they can get and how much it is sold for If you make direct statements in your advertising see to it that you are able to fulfill every promise you make You will add to your business reputa tion and hold your customers It will not cost as much to run your ad in this paper as you think It is the persistent ad vertiser who gets there Have something in the paper every issue no matter how small We will be pleased to quote you our advertising rates par ticularly on the years bueL nets t i irJ lr OUR FaU Openingll We invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We willshow an exceptional array of Stylish fitfamousMISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GREEN +E KEN UCKYtt sC HAZELGREEN ACADEMY Winter Term Opens Dec 29 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in proparatum for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford tho best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE the STATE DIPLOMA Time ACADEMIC COURSE well equips tho sttidontfor the SOPHOMORE YEAR in College mho Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers Uiireful attention iis given to each student TUITION IS FH1 EIIncidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished toots Free Write for Catalogues M O CARTER Principal Money to Burn If you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may bo burned lost or stoJenibut if you want to keep it safely whorl it will always be Q ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank t account will give you a hotter business standing iu the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will be pleased to see it thore beforo the close of tho year 1108 THE HAZEL GREEN BANKo Sales Agents Wanted 36 Per Week or 400 Per Cent Profit All gfltnplH stationeryI and art cata logues free lye vniit oiii permanent H Kent Iin this IncHliiy for tin I Inkpot pit ture und ffiiine liuu e in America Ex youhowI l I hort1orllblctoday for purlieu tar catsilogtiix anti HHmplfH FltANKI W WIMIAMS 1UM W Taylor Street CHICAGO IiA7 TT1 C II WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAHEL GREEN KY Offer his prolVHtlmial services to the cltl tens of iliizcl Green unil mrrnundini rnuu Ir utlllatianOfficeIlazelOseen f 1 ri N f Fine Farm for Sal- eIII fur alu my fimn ucnled In Jlor County Ky on Hliivkwntcr one mile t ItQ10umHI oneIflu ruishiug nn iiliunilnnec of water right in necessaryIneludlog 100 Acres of Virgin Timber A FINE OIirilAItD OK FRUITS I will sell the 100 A ltIS8 n whole or divide to suit piiichnter The place Iii well uclghborhuod in within one nips 1It1t nood school houseInn such of two lclu with Ipjephnno house Indeed everything is convenient Any one wishing a good Indue should cult nnd get my price before biivini JOHN U HKNKY- fiMm Murphy Ky 71 QENVELL C JtO- ENotarv A7 Public STILL W A lEH KY Oilers his prafrsaionnlservices lo citizen of Wolfe county and solicits the patronapo ofI I tleculeOtlice i YIV J J rv11 tik T I rl I J1I 7rIi i n 7- 1I y +i Ji rTYkat17 6 4- t f l i 4 jI Ji I 4 I I Io c tlLIJI IU Lll 1 JI toIIji 1 jL a The Family Physician The best medicines in the world cannot take the place of the family physician Consult him early when taken ill If the trouble is with your throat bronchial tubes or lungs ask him about taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral Then take t saysIWe publlih our formulas We b nlih alcohol t A our mtdlolnei llersfromooniult urge you your to doctor i Bilious attacks sick Iteadaches indlges dun constipatjon dizzy spellsIhesejare some of the results an j liver Ask your doctor if he endorses Ayers fills in these cases The dose is small one pill at bedtime =Madbnihe0Aror Ce towoll Mne THEH HERALD Boono Hunt of Stilhvnater wasII visiting friends in town yesterday and incidentally attended to somo business James P Wilson of Daysboroj liand u Miss Moore daughter of Abner Moore of Mnuifee county were married at the residence of the brides father Thursday Spencer Coopor You will find enclosed One Dollar for which send TilE HKKAID on to Rextun Ky RespectfullyV E STAMPER Rev S Owsley the war horse ofe Methodism in the mountains gave an address Sunday to men only Quito a crowd was present and all unite in saying it was a masterpiece I R J McLin left yesterday forII Jackson Miss where he owns aI large boundary of timber located on Pear river and will probably visit other timber territory in that state Every citizen should bear in mind the fnct that the C W B M has done much for this section 4 and do all within their power to aid in every way the can R member the Bazaar SaturdayI night A man by tho name of Harvey I bought some papers here a few weeks ago and said he would pay for them on a ceatain day if aliveI He has not paid and we fear that he met death suddenly but have not heard George Rice of our town visited his son George Jr of Maytown two or three days last week and he tolls us that Henry Ward living near Maytown lost his home nnd all its contents by firo Mon day of last week A little son of Jack Sally of r Toliver had two finger of his right hand cut off by his litlle cousin a daughter of Bob Sally on Friday last Dr A C Nickell drossed the hand and the little fellow is doing nicely Dont forget to attend the Bazar Saturday night at 080 oclock If you have tho milk of human kindness in your veins you cun do much good Every donation how over small will help in tho cause and it is hoped tho people will ro spond liberally The Cecil Bros or the Junior Cecil Bros which over may he the proper expression are building n feed barn which promises to be just the thing It is 00x80 feet giving ample room for several stalls on tho lower floor aud the loft part will hold an abundant supply of provender Charloy Cecil invited Our Mnn About Town to take u look ty his new house a few days since He accepted the invite and wont from parlor to kitchen with the result a that he is ready to eay that Mr Cecil sure has a nice hostelry Every room is spacious cud wellI ventilated fairly well furnished 11 CI1S0B1Ibopecially inviting and homelike and tho culinary department JUted up with every convenience li t j jtli i tteYif Iy4 iwt The Industrial Department Strolling about Tuesday morning Our Man About Town visited the industrial building connected with Hazel Green A ndomy where he mot Mr Browning till superintendent who showed him some specimens of work One i piece a collar box inlaid with seven different pieces of wood WIHII a flue piece of tho joiners art nnrlj Ernost Swango a student of tin department showed some of hiB work in dovetailing joint wurk that is as fine ns can be fount fIerlllin conjunction with dovetaili I thin t is as good as any expert nUll produce The Industrial building iill fitted up with scroll saws jig saws planes ana all machinery necof nary to first class work Mi Browning evidently understand his business and unless wo mif take not ho will turn out sour finished workmen in tho joiner art Meeting Closed The meeting at the M E church south which closed Monday night was one of the mos interestin that has been hold here in severe years The poster Rev W Il Ragau was assisted by Rev S Owsley of Middlesboro who hn tho name of the Old Kentucky war horse and C F Oney tat presiding elder of Lexington Creedas he is familiarly known has quite a number of friend around here and whenever he ap pears in the pulpit is sure of i good congregation Mr Owsley is a powerful preacher iu that he has u loud voice that carries to every part of the house and Bro Rugan is an earnest exhorter The result of the meeting was about 18 additions to the church many of them by card The only converts reported wore Miese Naqpy and Sarah Sample who wore baptized by sprinkling and Miss Bettie Cecil who wtis bap tized by immersion Robbery at Helechawa The following persons wore ar rested Tuesday for stealing n lot of turkeys The turkeys belonged to a mrn named Bush who had them in a houso near Helechawa and the supposition is that the parties who stole them intends soiling them to Heiniich The parties implicated as reported to us are Jeff Bailey Marion Kelly Leroy Peyton a young man Size Ulore and Dillard Razor tho last named being a colored boy Two of the party Leroy Peytort and Clifton Arnett are also charged with breaking into tho store of Nathan Day of Helechawa where they stole somo money and other articles They were tried before Squire Charles Fallen but the re suit has not yet been reported Educational Revival In spite of the great advance Kentucky is making in temper ance reform and Sunday school and Christian work she still stands almost nt the foot among other states from an educational stand point A great revival in educe tiou is now going on within our great commonwealth Supt L N Taylor of Richmond will spunk in the Academy chapel in Hazel Green tonight at 7 oclock and every friend of education is in vited to be present The church the auxiliary nndIIhlI other forces confinedi in tins lo cnlity only give about 1000 in return for several thousand tint the noble baud of Christian ladies are doing for us and the children of our land Our people should show their appreciation by con tibuting to the cause By the lot cation of Hazel Green Academy we are wonderfully blessed and the people can not do too much in re turn You can lielp by patron izmg the Bazaar Saturday night The stockholders of Hazel Green Bunk are hereby notified to meet at said bank on Saturday Decent ber 19 1908 for the purpose of I electing officers for the year 1009 sl1IF PlEKATT President ij 3 1d wo 11 W A Bright Young Mean Willie Wheeler a former citizo of our town and now a resident of Lexington whore ho is city editor of the Lexington Herald was iin town this week visiting his fatht and fetidly Willie has always had a hankering for newspapi work and for a long time was 8 space writer on the several paper ill that city and we are truly prowl to know that he has made 1H1I1Iu is a bright boy and ties lined to go higher in his chos en field if honesty and high ill tgrity count for anything The writer hns known him from child howl nod never yet heard anything against him and his genial disposition iis remarked by all his friends in this section where they era an sands of the sea y The Prize Winners- In computing tho estimates of guesses on tho total vote polled Ilt the recent Democratic primary we find tho following to be the lucky ones the highest number of votes cast being 1270 in the race for county judge Ollio Stuvers Shreveport La 1285 gold plated watch J B McNabb Hazel Green 1103 American watch Jim Stivers Newmarket S D 1101 razor Owen McElroy Steolevillo Ill 11023 razor N Lennox Ltdfcrd Ill 1095 razorCap Mnckenon Steeltville Mo 1090 razor Geo Salvage Lotm Plal 1091 combination tool Bazar Postponed In order nut to detract in the least from the united interest wall have in the revival services iin progress at the Methodist church the Ladies Aid society at a called meeting decided to postpone their Bazaar from Thanksgiving day to Saturday night Dec 5th All those who hayo promised gifts donations or assistance in any way may kindly hold same in readiness until that time Besides the usual sale of articles given for that purpose ice cream and cake will be served Pease to reinetn ber time and place Saturday night December 5 at the Indus trial building Everybody come cull bring all your friends since in pleasant time is anticipated Wi diesdny of last week a sen 0- nud Nickell Henry Nickell was shot by Rntliffe inflicting two wounds one in the neck and out in the arm Nickell was in the field shucking core when three of the lutliffes approached and began shooting Two of the Ratlifie were arrested and put iu the West Liberty jail Dr Motley of Ezel dressed the wound but failed to extinct a bullet lodged in the neck Henry Colliusworth a tenant jn the farm of Elsbery Little icciclently shot himself with ia smith t Wesson pistol Friday nllicting a wound in the right leg just above the ankle Dr A C Nickellof our town with the as I +JBtunco of Caesar Lindon extracted the bullet and dressed the viiind and tnlesa pyema sets lip I be young man will pull through without further trouble Hot Springs Ark Nov 10 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green KYI My dear Mr Cooper Enclosed herewith you will find my check for 11100l for please send me your mper ouo year bigimsing with this weeks issue YOU will kindly lend the paper in earn of the Wau cesliu Hotel as shovn by this totter head With kindest regards I am Very truly yours E T ROSE A silver dollar of the issue of 881 sold a few days since in Chicago for 280 and it is said only five of the issue are in existence If that be so the cashier of the Hazel Green Bunk stands good for a nice little pickup as he bapt pets to have ono in his possession Iio also has a 5 gold piece which ia out of the ordinary In stead of the reading five dollars it tins figure 5 and tho little d If its new and true youll find it in TUB HERALD t A i 1 i I Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky HARVEY HALSBY ETC PlaintIff vs- 15vI T UOSK DefendanlII Ily virtue ufa Judgment and Order Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court ran lof nt its September Term 1008 In- the above cause for the Mini of Sixty four i ml L5ll00T6425 Dollars with In Cerent at the rule of six per cent per minimi from the first dny of Uctobe 1907 until paid and costs herein I holl proceed to oiler for sale nt the front donr of the Court House iu Campion Ky Ito the highest and best bidder at publ at uuctiiiti Monday 1 011ICounty Court day upon a credit ofslIx I months the following real estate to wit A certain cruet or parcel of lam deeded by Bowen D Hose Sr HIII Ma tha A Hose hU wife to W T Rose by deed bearing date of February K4 188 tti appears of record in the Wolfe Coui ty Clerks office in Deed Book No2 page JOS and which is described nnd bounded sa lollows to wit A certain tract and parcel of Innd 1 ly lug nUll being in the County of Wolfe and State of Kentucky and on the wl tm of Big Calaboose creek and bounded IIH follows towit Beginning on thn white oaks on the upper falls of Rig Cal abooso creek at the crowing of the Coun ty road thence down Big Calaboose with the center of said creek to tho mouth of the first left hand drain as you eo down saidcreek to a spruce pine and mapl thence up said drain a n w course to the top of the mountain to a white oak j thence with the top of the ridge to tbe County road j thence with the dividin ridge between the Calaboose and the Meadow branch lo a high knob betwee the Big Calaboose and the Chestnut Log branch j thence use course with the dl riding ridge between the Big Cnlaboos unit the chestnut Log branch to th- erus roiidtf to a chestnut oak thence with the dividing ridge a s o course he I twffii the Big Collboose and swift Oamv creek to tbrrf white oaks on the livid leg ridge lumen lVXi old curlier thenc with the ditidimt ridge to a chestnn marked D B David Roses oldcor ner thence u north course with Davii Roses lint to the County road betweei Wm T Ruse and Green Swango thence a north course to C L Byrd I line tI two hickories nnd A white oak thellce- IllIlrullht line to the beginning Also J A certain tract of land deeded liy lutrle E Smith to iv T hose by deed bearing date of November 5 188li as appears of record in the Wolfe Coun ty Clerkn uflice in Deed BOOK No2 page t14J sod which is described as fol IOWH A dentin tract or parcel of laud lying ninl being iu the county of Wolfe 011BigI Iiihli htWtcli a dugxuud aid black oak bush on the divide between the lig and Little innbouhe crrekt mid a earlier III Greni tiVMiiii theiue up aid oldcud with raiil Swangon line u Vi 19tI po to a stake j 2 po n j upI Ipill ulll leaning chestnut oak j thence n au e Ilo Ipo tc peisimmon bush on the dividing ridge between the Big Calul uo e end the branch nn which C L Byrd and Polly Byrd now live thence with said divide n9 w 17 4 10 po u 12 1 L w ii f10i pfl to two bUck jacks j n 2i 1 4 e 14 po u tint black jack n Bt l2e4 1 potonstake n 801t 20 trio po to a stake ill 1 IIIV ID po to II stake j n A i 3 low 10 p a stake n 10 12 w 17 2lliJpo to a I stale j n 15 e 5 po to a stake n H8 ell10 po to a fence on the ridge between IIIi hUck jacks on southwest side of chestnut sapling on the northeast side I about 12 faei above a hickory thence u 32 IS w 20 po to a point 12 pu south 32 e tram u black oak with two butte In the west side in the road leading from lug Calaboose to said Byrds and Win Centers j thence s 74 12 w 72 14 po to three white oaks beginning corner to James Coxs SM acre survey j thence with the linn of the same s O e 54 po s 114 34 e 01 2 100 po to the beginning containing III acres 2 rods and 32 poles by survey The foregoing boundaries are sold subject to having excepted from It a tbt acre tract which was deeded by W T Bo e to Louisa Carpenter as iis shown by rec ord in Deed Book No6 page 329 of- tba records of the Wolfe County Clerks jflice Also this Iis to be sold subject to a mortgage lien of 370 bearing date Sep ember24 1007 and which was executed jy WT Hose and wife to T H Led ford as iis shown by Mortgage Book No 0i page Otif the Wolfe County Clerks illiceOr sullicient thereof to produce the urns ot money so ordered to he made or the purcha o price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from thl tiny of sale until paid and having I he force mid erectof a judgment laid tern will oe prepared to comply prompt hy with these terms This November 14 1- l081M F NORTON Coiniiiissuiner I HINKING OF MOVING WEST If not then make up your inlnil and write nu for descriptive llxt of hums in Missouri ami Oklahoma All line level pro 18I1M liiiul that will grow aiiytiiini mailer Ihe ranglug fniin LIHi to ia0- ul ncrirauiiCame where Ills Ila iiiHile toler tie liy aridr puntilrble Iaruiliig Vliy sweat anal fret Ille away In the vain effort to eke IIlIt a iiuro miserable mittenunee from the ockrllilied rootliivcd hillsides an your fa IllIr and fathers father didI when there U 80 much good laud to be hud yet awhile for a mere sung net out of the ruts break way from the timeworn habit that keeps our iiofe lo the grindstone All it takes Is rvsoiuiiin ii nil a lllllt nerve Write me uul let me help yon to u better condition i ItN PHIPPS CUniib Kans- asDAY HOUSE i Hazel Green Ky Sirs LOU DAY Proprietor I Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A urge sample room connected Heated aud lighted by gas thronghnot and fpeciol ac commodation to traveling men ld j iiJNcj NEVST FBALL AND WINTER i MILLINERY misses mUPEL TROY i uiinouiiito that they have justt vcrcivcd their J all and Win l ter stock of Millinery and a Trent variety of Novelties never before seen in Eastern Kentucky FURNISHING GOODS + for ladies and ehildreli iwhuiini hnsiery underwenr bells and novelty neckwear will lie Planed in the display lo wliirh every one is invited MAPEL TROY Kash JohnsonKashDEALER IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the peoplof Ilnzl Green and vicinity to the now stock of goods they hove jitft riCfiv ul embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits nndIVegetables in season Farmers Hardware tic and especially Shield Brand Clothing Dress Goods Latest Prints Domestics all of which they sell at a small profit for CASH their policy being Quick Sales and Small Profits Soliciting your trade which we hope to merit by fair dealing we are respectfully yours Kash Johnson Kash JtVEllis Johnson in connection with the stor runs an uptodate Livery and Feed Stable Drummers hacks for hiro at all timesII THE PEOPLE OF HAZEL GREEN P I and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call and examine i our new stock of fall and winter goods i which for cash will be sold lower than i beforeever r PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard ij DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yard I Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROS I Sam Kash of the firm Kash i f i Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so JJ- busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad they j would have to hire another as sistant for which they can not make room with the goods N1 Fruit OW8ll1egta1 Trees Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden irlittii WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY B F BOLSWC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON FORMS the citizens of Wolfe nail I the mljoliiiiig ciiuntieo that lit curries a line uf Cutting Baskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead iu decent style BSTrfpeclBl caskets supplied on 24 hour notice fluent made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Alto can fill orders for tombstoae3dte I i 1 i N t1 TnB Wincnostof Bank j WINCHESTER KY 4R t X H WiTHERsiooNPresldentf- fi Pant Up Capital t 810OOOOOO y inillvlilvit Irolltii t ltOOOOOO oraI i 830000000 This bunk solicits tbe account oi merehantsariuers traders cud bus f mess men generalythroughout East customJliberalalegitimatebankhigtoca2lyr At 4 WE PRINTS- ALE r BILLS AND PRINT THEM RIGHT t JJ AJJ usas JTK tiat tf iF U J 7rtI 1F r or i F t 1 tl rlj 1 T k f T fi If i t 1 j II I i u L tJt I 0 ruc r aa r1 ss t sue n tv +sr 9 M c I x l lAre You SickMuch sickness is flue to a weak nervous system Yours may be If it is you cannot got well until strengthYour natures power house the d octof their power from it If the power is not thorn the action of the oivms is weak and disease sickness follows Dr Miles Nervine cures the sick because it soothes the irritated awl tired nerves L and gives the system a chance to recuperate Try it and see if you do not quickly feel its bene fidaleftdI up to 110 by n lend lur doctor Ont one lit ter Mill book ami fount tent IT JIIINerI- ns lit my cure From the very flrat- dosn 1 took 1 tot binr 1 am better now than t have tnrn for your and 1donil my own vmk on the faun whnt Dr Stilrs Nnrvlnp hAS cloiui for me anti 1 oat glad to rccom mend It to illicv JOIIX TIE+ rlvrrt n NVhr Your druggist sells Dr MilVl Nerv ine and we authorize him to return price of first bottle only If It fails to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind RAN EI RtWj pS ARBsTmr GHEAL5 DrJ g FNCE ell DE NALBILL rAPt t5 CITY fMO M M S POULTRY FENC5V ry Cese Mesh F Corarllw fHIM hrtter and in rn mlliiir Writ for nUloc tlwwlnt t ii Sun i IUUL rc all vii Leis niCCE CO DtKilb HI Cum CltT Wo s e C- lMYSTUY A BOOK OF IS t The Void fly Mary Harriott Norris 412mo Cloth 309 pales 5100 f Order of Your Roukacllcr or the Publisher RICHARD G BADGER Publisher Boston h KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE IUNCStf WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CfAOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACIOKY OR MONEY REFUNDED rk GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKERY gJ OIIKKX KY ttHAseveral fino OiHiiis in my um propuivd to make to order and ii the mostl r reasonable terms 1 also huvo A Handsome Hearse and will attend nil IIIHJ when BO requested Public puironngo is respectfully solicited 2Mf GEO RICE 1 1 d I KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely i Chronicled Kufu the IGyearold son if W M1 Chef of Clark county tiled front mi nltnik of excessive bleeding at till mix1 A brakeman nnnicd Mays on nn h K east bound freight train vns killed nt Kincnstlc lnt week ilia home way in Dundee The poorhouse in Mnpolliti county wits destroyed by fire lust week Luckily there were no inmates and the loss Iis covered by insurance 1 1 W Sapp a you hg man of Hourlmii county accidentally shut himself in tin neck with a target rifle and has since been paralyzed from the neck down William K Tcvis of Savisa Mercer county was shot and seriously wounded I by Berry Shelton a tenant on his farm Tim trouble arose over the division of a- cornI crop Hinim Jones aged about f0 years while driving to Fleniinpsburg with his wife and Miss Myrtle Hiekerson in a buggy had an attack of heart trouble and expired Xo prisoner was pardoned from the penitentiaries Thanksgiving day Uov Willson was so busy entertaining Oliief Justice Harlan that he forgot all about the custom and occasion Reach Hargis was taken from Jackson to the jail in Irvine last Friday by tall er James Little and Sheriff lireclc Craw ford His mother went along to be near him The case may be tried next week A valuable horse belonging to Dr1I S Wallingford of Paris deliberately commited suicide by sticking its head rthrough a partition and throwing its j body to one side thereby breaking its i neck tlmll8terI though the present incumbent Ben W Hall has more than a year to serve There ate five or six applicants for the placeMat Simpson a Mt Sterling painter bought an ounce of carbolic acid at om the drug stores mid swallowed nearly 1IIf before he could be prevented Prompt I I lerjIMorris of Montgomery county while playing with an open pocket knife acci dentally stuck the blade into her right eye penetrating the pupil and destroy ing the sight Forest Shoute of Clark county was standing on a platform overlooking a vat filledwith sheep dip and the platform gave way precipitating him into the hot fluid He was badly scalded and is in a i serious condition Ed 1B year old son of Steve Goae of Bath county died of hydrophobia fol lowing a bite of a cat Four other chil drcn are reported to have been attacked Several dogs were bitten by the cat and all developed rabies i In lifting a shotgun from a buggy Ito la onlofbandjoverdischarged blowing his hand off Twelve horses laid five mules n lot of wagons buggies besidtsII went up in flames from the Staebler McFarland Louisville con tractors One of the horses was a race horse named Minos The loss is esti mated at f1000 c9fc The gold medallion valued at 1000 presented to Gov Isaac Shelby by congress seventy years ago for bravery in battle has disappeared from a vault in the state house in Frankfort where it had lain for the past sixty years When or how it vanished no one seems to know A remarkable scientific problem is attracting much attention among the physicians at Frankfort Ben Sayers line gro who recently came in contact with poison ivy is gradually turning white Whether the change is being caused by the poisonous plant or by the remedy used to counteract it is what puzzles the scientists Smith and James Chandler two I ICleve whose bomesare in Versailles duel on the streets of Lexing ton and although one used a pistol mid the other wielded a knife the only dUll age resulting was a cut on Chandlers head inflicted by Smith with the emJltI pistol after he had harmlessly firedtill the bullets it contained A L Hedman who recently died at i his home near Plum ill e in Mason conn ty at the age of JO years was buried in a casket of his own construction the i making of which took many years Dif fereut kinds of wood from various states were used and the silver iandles avertll purchased from a Ml Sterling undertaker about fifteen years ago Clarence Cottingham the 18yearold son of Albert Cottingham who accident ally shot Thomas II Dudley the Flein ingsburg merchant with such serious results while they were hunting in Flem jug county baa been beside himself with l M rC diew eM IIrld since the sadaceldeni hhtl hurl td be reiithiiiM from liikinp Irts own life lie iisa m0sttimabbI lim mid was quite ju tot t with Mr 1ndvtirettt sym pathy isi ixpp cill for 1 iuij iiiltpf hum n + tllne fi Mr1 Iuliiv who had Imtll iyrs flint out hit fruit teeth nustlshot flwav hid left Inn iin l frtif titreil his hll and etioelt riddled mill his tieek badly latvratiil At lust re purls Mr lliullry wn + improving but will lip tctiilly hliudi and di figured for j liruUh CViunty Vmlil For SnltA lainiii round wickeoal oil lntii with iJpnutifttl dwMrnUtlI shmli tstI lan bfJ Ioii lit fur i hail our half Apply nt lhio l1ic THE VERY BEST +itllww Have any of our readers seen a reedit copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Kuquircr If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other purpose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earth The editor by asking its renders to criticise and suggest improve ments and1 following advice thus obtained iis enabled to produce n paper that exactly fits needs ofn family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtrins ample information that guides in the where when and how to regth tc and increase the Income from hisi efforts The mother in management of household j affairs practical economy i government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love ChPVens mind and hearts arc freed from thoughts of j questionable amusements and rri1j volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in platting for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatII As are our Homes so vil be the ComI munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon etch week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Rt1fAell a forcible reminder of the sph irial and ttem- poral rewards gained by righteous Iliving as preferable to n Godless life that brings nowlit but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinar the unani mOIl verdict of its rcni krs beingII II The cleanest and best family Weekly known to then Sample copies may be had by writing to the EQtIR1J COMPANY I Cincinnati OII AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY Ti- llTOLEDO BLADE ioui i1110i u The Best Known f ewjjpa per In the UnitedlStatesC- IRCULATION 200000 I Popular in Every State In tautly rtsiKKt ihcl j iin i HIAUK ib the IIIOM in uutkJdr Mnlly IK wsmn I lultliIII1 l in the 11itS It IIf the only in wIaqeyesprI iullv i niiid imlinn ul ririMihilii IIi Ilij liuil die lurprtt ell ciiliitinn for wore grew tlmn any iirw iiiii T Ilirlntcil in Aiiirricu lurtlii riiiiri it UI lJIll flivaitKt iif iunr in the world MS will IIn IxlllIilll1 Ito nos p rsuu ului wail ware IISr liriii IlIlt Siv iiI tin Vnrlil MI arranged that ImnyI n oile ran wore eutlly llllircllfllll lliall lIs KHlll ClinilMTHllllV plsiuII i I l writliii frnin iiiriiiiiin down ui dale The only 11111IIIIIhtIIIillll litr peuple who tin or do nut rend daily uewspuliers- mid yet1 this Inr ljlinn Imu Tlmt thisti I I pt0vetbyI r over lUO000 tend nMrilni and iin cir culated in all parts of litlIiltoJ Stales S IIIIJ1i1I I f mrtlnenl ol1 IMMIII raInevery luvmliur ul yar11riuI THE BLADE Toledo 0iiI I moles I BuU yeslI l hit citizens td haulI I17iicin aid tliii vicinity tine herewith infurined tlmt they can lion1 buy liistulass liiiuruis lit home I111111 repeated famish the Ilust nudet mid nt roiiKiiiHblo prices I hint luni 1 die anything but fir tcliiwt buggies und 1 those who want chnip clajitrujit willIhave to I n clKrwher CfSrltfniinlrr if you want II FII OTg ltiFS BIKHiV om that will ice satisfaction in comfort and wear I CIUIt supply you J Call andsee flue lit my shop in hazel v Green RespeotftillyI r rAr ill = 111 ii I IPOTnNT POTPOURRIE 0 Nover put a gift cigar in tile mouth 0 o a There aro no vacations in tlu chool for scnndnlo O TIe moro worthless a dog is the more n hot thinks of him t A happy dispositionl is largely n disposition to mnko otliurs happy a n- Tho jailer iis nun man who con ke J1 had rnuipmy dull VHt bo a maulI o rt O Stop your grumbling 1If you cant siy niiytliing good keep tin end to yourself e o n Tin1 dtnd man has u great nd vnntago over tea lazy one hecnusu he eats nothingi o O 0 WliHii you judge men by thir protHiitions promises you later djgcovor your mistake o e o Anybody can oneily find out lion tto inali moms by merely pitying a visit to thu mint j o l o Si iino people are kopt so easy getting rudy to do soniitliing that they nuver gut anything done s n Tho nvurnge politician may not M so strong as n horse hu toft timos he lugs a much greater pull o o e Only dead poets are praised 11I the world Naturally pouts pilL oil being praisod us long as possi ble 0- e e Great most huvo largo brains but it does not necessarily follow that they should have the big- htttll x- e o The funniest thing we know of is the manner in which a young until drops out of the social world w hon ho guts married o a O If you aro in doubt about it ount em Lexicographers assert that there are 250000 words in the English language o o o fh4 Chinese try hnrd to pay all lebts before New Years day and it would be a good plan for some rf our delinquents to do likewise o a o Jill man who cheats his neighbor never enjoys being cheated iiimself Then only he discovers tho wickedness of the transaction n a- We dont need tho money ourselves but wo would like to have ftlmt is honestly duo us so wo could pay it to the other follow who does need it- o e A Wyoming couple walked ten miles through a blinding snow iturm to got married Is it not itraiigo what some people will do o get into trouble o oo There is a wide difference in tho way of tolling how a social event vas enjoyed Tho girls will toll you thoy had a heavenly time vhile the boys say they had a hell ofa time o o o A Connecticut man who committed Biiicido left u unto which oad Dnar Mary forgive me I hall certainly not repeat tho offence You can imagine what nary said o o When a mUll gets so rich or so high n society that ho is ashamed of tic bunt old mother in her plaid nhuwlanti of her lack of grammar le is too snobbish fur honest men o trust ont o O 0 Fortyfive yours ugo last Friday uun John II Morgan made his ecI ups from tho Columbus 0 ijnitentiary whore ho was takoii ftt being captured Tho coil tom which ho dug his way out las hover since boon occupied b o O 10udlIlnj i cost reached tho top ho kicked limsulf louse and the load rolled town the hill flint mulo hud to o buck und draw tho sumo Lund toII ho top of tho Btuno hill again hurl aro lots of mules in the korld Jondor and be wise farm Journal l A b t CrampsThousands of ladies suffer agonies every month 1If you do stop and think Is it natural 1 Emphatically and positivelyNO Then make up your mind to provcnt or cure this needless suf- feringTAKELALUI i r It Will Help You 3 I suffered 9 years writes Mrs Sarah J Hos kins of Cary Ky Ihad female trouble and would jjj nearly cramp to death My back and side would nearly kill me with pain I tried everything to get 5 relief but failed and at last began to take Cardul w giveQarduitiAT ALL DRUG STORES Doatt Use a Scarecrow tir To Drive Away the 1 Mail Order Wolf You can drive him out quickly if you use the mail order houses own weapon iTconcerns4 iT week in order to get track from the home merchantstDo you think for a minute rr- i they would keep it up if i they didnt get the busi ness Dont take it for Jgranted that every one t1T s within a radius of 25 miles J knows what you have ta sell and what your prices arc Nine times out of ten your price are Ilower but the customer is influenced by the uptodate adver tisin f 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 coo munity use the columns of this paper = 7 i 4r 1 1 t I L L s j lurrriMwp Iw M t