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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vw4Ipi 1 M1 =2 WjIi 1 Ivf i 4 6 F THE HAgEL GREEN DEITALD t o Established March 4 1885 Made Famous lathe Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell == 0 1O AdvanceAwnorandoooPltn fl 1TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE OOUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1009 NUMBER 28 I Lexington and Eastern Railwayy Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND ttol I No 3 i Nor 0 STATIONS I Dally and Sunday I Sunday Sunday only r AMLve PJlLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am I a 20 pa 700 am- OK JnnctH 6 16 pm I 2 OK tinn 7fLl am Beattyve Je 7 07 am a 20 pm 761 n Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 815 Nat Bridge 7 45 am 3 6i pm 826 aID Campton Ju 7 4t am a 67 pm 82tam Stanton 8 16 am 4 26 pm 864 am Clay City 8 26 am 4 35 pm 9Wam LEJunon 900am 607 pm 1003a Winchester 9 12 am 6 20 pm 1012 a- tLetan n ar 9 65 am 0 06 pm 1025 am EAST BOUND No2 IK X No4- i Dally ex = STATIONS = Dally an I Sundaya Sunday 2Le 2 38 pm 20 Winchester20 8 13 am 2 48 pm LEJunctlon 8 26 pm 3 60 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 urn 3 68 pm 9 10 am 4 3D pm 44HtJtantonII44 9 38 pm 4 35 pm 67I 9 43 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 9 68 am 6 10 pm 70 17 am G 05 pm 90 IIckson194Iu 15 am 6 10 pm 94HJ 20 am CONNECTIONS- L E JUKCTION =1 talus Nos land will make connection with the C OIty for Jit Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Centrali fly for Pine Ridge and Campton UEATTYYLLEJUliCTlONTraln8 No2 will make connection at JJeattyville June with the L and A Hallway for passengers to and from Beattyville OiK JUNCTIoNTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MODOVELLOeneralManage- rOIIASSCOTTOenPaesk Agent 01110o KCI1tuckg DaiIwag h Time Table May 21 1906 WEST BOUND No 33 I K I No 21 4 DaUYJex = STATIONS j Dally ex C m tJunaay 1 PM ABB 0 27 PM Ana 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 1835 4 4 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 J 45 13 Lee CltYH 13 12 13 I 4 05 20HHamptonH 11 11 51 R 3 52 22 WllhnrstH 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 F2 3 00 Jackson11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 K K No 22 Dally ex = STATIONS Dally e Sunday r Sunday AlMLVB PM rv 7 10 27HHCannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 1 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13HHamptouH 13 1 44 U i 8 37 10H Wilhurst 20 1 51 025 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi yat O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY r Superintendent mountain OetrBk1ro8 0 No1 No 2 4iDEPART ARRIVE Vrt a mCampton1180 a m it200p m Campton 000pm r No2 No 1- DEPARTARRIVE t 7 80 amCauipn Juno10 05am 3 80 pmCampu Juno 4 40 pm ffn The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trainsIB F HOLIN- GUNDERTAKER CAMPTONSKY I NFORM3 the citizens of Wolfe and i the adjoining counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style 4 1 ISpecial caskets supplied on 24I j i hours noticefinest made if ordered I Teams and hacks furnished funerals iIt Also can fill orders for tombstoDcsCC i rahSEWELLC ROSE i Notary Public i C STILLWATER KY I cllttensofWolfe i exeett4ai f3 r COUNTY NEWS J Local Items ofgeneral 7racrjorityyof our readers especi ally distant friends DAYSBORO DOINGS 0 Floyd Rose of Ezel was hero last week on business Camptomn last week on business Mr and Mrs Green Brewer made a trip to Stillwater last week Miss Ida Nickell is visitin friends aud relatives on Gillmore Doe Wells who has been a returnded Saturday Tend Nickell who has been very sick for about two months is slowly improving J E Oldfield and family were guests of Mr and Mrs Herbert Nickell Saturday night and Sun day Green Brewer and family and1I Deloren Stamper and family were guests of Mr and Mrs MillardI Brewer Saturday night and Sunday Feb 15 SWINGEOAT Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept in be for five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bncklens Arnica Salve completely cured me writes John Washington of Bosquoville Tex For eczema boils burns and1 piles its supreme 25o at all dealers LEE CITY LOCALS 0L P Allen was here Thursday on business A large crowd attended Sunday school here Mrs C F Garinger was a guest of Mrs Dunn Sunday Miss Jennie Rose was a guest of Mrs Poarl Rose Sunday Born to the wife of H C Rosei n boy Dr W P Wise officiating Eli Allen of this place moved to the Cook branch whore he will locate ncookingj John Strickliu and wife of Adel I visited Nath Hollon and wife nt this place Saturday John A Graham of Lexington + dayxf campsEDr James H Dunn was called1 to Hampton several times recen lir ly to see Adam Dunns wife Willie Manker of West Liberty was a guest of his sister Mrs C F Garinger one day recently J C Taulbee and wife of Bel kuap were guests of Dr James H Dunn and wife Saturday and Sun day Early Wagers of Middle Fork who has been in Ohio for a while passed through here Sunday en route to his home Feb 15 LlLIJE Revolts at Cold Steel threedoctorstroit Mich sufforing from severe operationwhollycuredappendicitisheadache25o CALLA CHITCHAT 0Miss Clara Houndsholl of Simp son is spending the week horn John G Sewell and family are visiting relatives in Wolfe county Tim school on White Oak under the care of Miss Louise King is progressing nicely Mrs Sarah Taylor and little verylling Will you plqase admit me back into the field as your scribe at this place You will remember I was on the staff for five years at myoldhomp at Dtillwater Feb 15 PflfcfTO tt TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your items early so they will reach our office thanTuesllallDornlnMondayIf not be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only BONNY BLUNDERS 0 Aunt Louise Little is very low with lagrippe Ada Henry was visitingi home folks Monday T A Fields was calling on ourall merchants Monday CitgOouchtStanley the little son of G W Blankenship is on the sick list Tleve Pieratt of Arnett visited his brother P W Pieratt Friday Lillie Peyton of Elder visited her grandfather T H Vest laat week Joe Vest and Oliver McGuire will leave Saturday for Charles ton III isIi visiting hey father Marion Vest this week Bill Wells of Mnribu was i this section Saturday buying country produce Libderty visited 0 P Carter and fam ily recently Miss Ada Henry who has beetI confined to her room for the pastt week with lagrippe is improving youngInightQuite port a nice time Misses Emma and Dorcas Leech of Flatwoods wore guests of their grandparents Mr and Mrs D G Henry from Thursday until Sun J dayFob 15 Svna Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil1 war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death 11 contracted stub born cold he writes that dowel oped a cough that stuck to me iin spite of all remedies for years 130pounQsThen KingNewY health completely I now weig 178 pounds For severe colds hemorrhagesAsthma uia its unrivaled 50o and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers MAYTOWN MELANGE 0 t Miss Nfcnnio Little visited homeI folks Saturday and Sunday Mrs T A Brown who has beenI sick for some time is no better Miss Mary Phipps was a guest of Miss Carmie Little Friday night A Mr Combs of Hindman pur chased a mule of V C Clark fo 90 J H Wilson and son made a business trip to Mt Sterling last weekMrs R A Sample was a guest of Mrs R A Guilders at dinner SundayCharley Clark who has beent sick for some time is slowly im proving Alvis Day student at tho HazolI Green Academy visited home folks over Sunday James Ingram and daughteri Ruth were guests of Mrs J M Richie Sunday While plying with n dog last Saturday Robert Childers was se verely bitten by the animal Bob Childera the boss teamsterf moved Robert Gilloy from Grassy creek to this place Thursday HickoryGrove I Grace Childers Saturday nightJJ Rev B Adams and wife me atE the home of Rr A Childers at this daysforI make their future home Feb 16 Roes Jl n STILLWATER SPARKLES o D B Tyra and wife visited S C IeveningI town worked in this section part of last weokWillie Buchanan Jr is in the fur business and buying all kind- of hides Bernie Finch bought a pair of draft mules from a Mr Little Price unknown Buddy Brewer of Pine Ridge visited his father and mother Saturday and Sunday George Lovelace and family nn 0 B Linkous visited Goo Buchan and family Sunday- A Mr Hnuey and Millie Rose maryrialto at the residence of Elisha Chambers of this place Sunday Last Saturday DB Tyra bought three bushels timothy half bushel of clover twotityseven pound ofr rod top and fifteen bushels of oats S M Brewer on Friday sold Joe Brown cf Laurel a cow for 28 and today S M Brewer bought u twoyearoldcow from Miranda Tyra for 25 Gillean Buchanan received n let PollyElkinsi the west which stated that they w ro getting along flue The remains of Doc Coldiron IIwho wus accidentally killed in Colorado Ilost week arrived at Campton today and will be buried there b the Junior Order Harry Swongo bought 28worth of grass seed last Saturday from Severaltpreparing to sow grass aura oats Lnguo Miilor and family of Hoi ly were visiting relatives on Still water tier week And Friday loft theyintendI S C Hose kind a horse to get dow in his stall and when going to feed Sunday morning found him lying on his back one eye out caused by beating his head against the wall and several cuts and bruises on his legs 1Fab 15 DOMIXOO Dont Be Misled The retail druggists of this country as a class are noted for their high standard of intelligence and honorable dealing but it is a well known fact that occasonally you will find one who will try to sell you something oleo when you calls fora remedy established reputa healthhis more important than his pocket book For example when you ask for Dr Kilmerst l SwampRoot the groat IKidney Liver and Bladder Remedy dont let any druggist drug clerk or storekeeper persuade you into buying something else in its place Every time he succeeds in selling you n worthless substi tute he imikes more profit but you are humbugged the expense of your health For many years we have watched with much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot From the very be i sormuch confidence in it that they in vited every one to send for a free sample bottle so that people could judge of its great curative value in even the most distressing cases of kidney liver and bladder troubles On another page of this paper you will find n few of the letters heartfeltngratitude that are constantly com ing to Dr Kilmer Company 1No one can doubt such sincere and honest testimony Swamp Hoot is prepared only by Dr Kilmer it Co Laboratories Binghamton N YDont oxperi mentIf you need a medicine you should have the best Iliudsboro Ill Feb 12 09 1 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky j Dnr Mr Cooper As the light 1 bread voast is out and it is nbout j time for it to start again I had I better send in my pay for this years subscription to the dear old HEUAID I have just neglected sending it Please keep TUB HER AU coming You will find en f closed 150 to ltd as far as it will Yours truly J M HENRY f wa CANNEL CITY CHAT 0Molly and Emmet Kilgore and Ouster Jones visited Bertha Jones I at White Oak Sunday Bro Bicknell filled his resole appointment here the s e con Lprds day in this mouths Mrs Molly Lykins and littlet grondanghter Frances loft for Paris Sunday They were accom panied by Tom Lykins of that place hickorytimber r Co returned Sunday from a tw t adt Anderson Ind The Lincoln Centenary program rendered by the Oiceroni literary society was excellent in the super lative degree Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather a large audience was present The many friends of Mrs Susan uponheratCmcinnuti She had been there under treatment several week s past and says her condition is improved Feb 15 ETHEL In Five Minutes Take your sour stomachor maybeyou call it Indigestion Dys pepsia Gastritis or Catarrhofj Stomach j it doesnt mattertake your stomach trouble right with you to your Pharmacist and ask him to open a 60cent case of Papes Diapepsin and let you eat one 22griau Triangule and see if within five minutes there is left miseryTheiis Food Fermentation food sour ing j the Digestivo organs become gastricjuicegested and you become affected with loss of appetite pressure and fullness after eating vomiting nausea heartburn griping in bowel tenderness in the pit of stom constipation sleeplessnessbelching headache nervousness dizziness and many other similar symptoms If your appetite is fickle and nothing tempts you or you belch gas or if you feel bloated after eating or your food lies like a lump of lead on your stomach youI can make up your mind that atI the bottom of all this there is but one causefermentation of undi gested food Prove to yourself after your next meal that your stomach iis nd goodas any j that there iis nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin eating what you want without fear of discomfort or miseryAlmost waitingforhow soon you take a little Diapep sin INSKO INPPIRATIONS 0 J F Walters visited friends here jpart of last week W 11 Burton of Dale visited friends here a few days ago Elijah Patrick sold his farm on the Spinnol fork to Atez Reed for 400 James Risner of thin place sold James Rudd of Dale a mule for 125 W H Prater iis moving to Bloomington where be bought a farm some time ago Elihu Skeems and Bill Yocum of Grassy and Tom Brown of Salyersville are holding a protract ed meeting on the Spinnel fork with goodsuccess Feb 15 NAT The Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discover ed one secret of long life Hisa method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proyed Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifies enriches and vitalizes the hood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidc uoy trouble had blighted my life for months II writes W M SherI man of Gushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 60c at all dealers F ati Queer Things j porting teen hours a day including Sunday the oxdj conven j ieuce of his mother and sisters The man who provides himself providence hwithThe man who thinks that nobody thist hisThe remembertThe man who thinks the womanII is fixed for tho season if silo J- h gownThe thinks a woman ought to give up 1000 salary and work in his kitchen for her board and a few clothes and be glad of jthe chance The man ivho labors under the delusion that his wifes money belongs 1 to him The man who always leaves his 11 iwife at home when he takes his I summer vacation The man who doesnt know what on earth a woman wants with money when she has a bill at the storeThe 1 man who thinks a sick wife would feel better if she would just got up and stir around II HOWS THIS We ofler One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure P J CHENEY CO Toledo 0sWe the undersigned have known K J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finanancially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDISO KINNAN MAEVINSWholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent ffree Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by Druggists Take Halls Family Pills lor constipation Your Town More towns die for want of con fidence on the part of business men and lack of public spirit than any other cause says a floating editori al When a man in search of aj goesintof brim full of hope and enthusiasm- of the prospects of the place and all earnestly at work to build it up he soon becomes imbued w the same spirit and as a result 1 drives down stakes and goes tv work with the same interest When however he goes to a town where every one expresses doubt nnd apprehension for the future prosperity of the place moping about and indulging in mournful complaints he naturally feels that it IS no place for him and he at once shakes the dust from his feet while he pulls out with all possible speed for some other place Con sequently try to make a live en terprising town out of the town in which you live When you are working for your town you are ac complishing all the more for your self t School Girl Strangely Missing A special to the Cincinnati En quirer from Columbus Ohio and I requesting all papers to copy 1 reads Columbus Ohio February 12 J C Devore of this city today made an appeal to the newspapers of the country to assist him in lo eating his thirteenyearold daugh ter Gladys who has keen missing r since December 17 The child attended the SecondJi b Avenue school and has net baeti seen since the morning of the date mentioned when she left home for schoolThe r child was large for her age grayblue light JJiandThe police have been quietly t searching for the missing child nd the appeal is made to the pa pers by the family because of the inability to locate herFFor SaleFarm of 100 acres 75 sates bottom land all timber nec iii essary for farm use good 0 room itdwelling and all out buildings 80Jbarn 60x82 Located on State road 8 miles N Vof Hazel Greenjt i in a good neighborhood soboollrend store at the door Fencing in good repair Terms cash and balance on time to suit purchaser 8500 will buy it jBplfAddreaa Spencer Cooper Hazel Green or F P Clark Toll 7 vor Ky for further particulars iJJL rNTT it zi U M iT11111 f Ii i HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Feb 18 1905 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTOR 0 WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JudgeKELLY n Attorney I It IIOLLONClerk Meets third Mondax in Jnnuaty first Monday in May third Monday in Septen ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge AtturneyIIOUElITt Meets first Monday yin ench month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tne day iu October COURTSmayDistrict No lC M Fallen third rhlnyI In March June tepteuioer and Demi u berDistrict No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February May August and Jfe vember District Xo 3S F Allen second Frlda In February May August and November District No iI it Legft lint Friday ii March May August and November District No fT C Hollon second Friday in March June September and Pe ember District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday ii February May August and November District o7H T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and De- eember District No ST M1 Lovelace first Fri- daya in February May August aud November DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY For County Judge oW II DUFF For County Court ClerkI L CARROLL For Circuit Court Clerk J C LINUON ForSheriffGEOltUE V 8ALLi Y II For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For Assessor J T1 CENTER t For JailerJ C i LITTLE For Co Superintend cutJ WTAULBEE For Surveyor E CItEECH f For CoronerJ eRANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY crForCircuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH F For Commonwealths Attorney 32ndl VlstrlctJOHN itI WAUGH For County JudgeI C tEHGUSON For County AttorneJ It HANEV For County ClcrkJ II SEBASTIAN For Superintendent T N BAnKER For Circuit Clerkn M OAKLEY For SberIUI1 B BROWN For Jailer II C COMBS I For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN For CoronerZACU HANKY For SurerorI P TURNER I A numbor of Estill county farmI will try their hands on raising t this year This will not IIIIersaltogether in the nature ofan for it is known that 8 tobacco can bo grown in this Some of thorn will put in arge crops Irvine Herald THE farmers of Wolfe can do no better than to emulate the exam ple of these enterprising farmers of Estill county Indeed raising to bacco in Wolfe and Morgan coun ties is no longer an experiment as time and again it has been demonstrated that we grow a finer quality of tobacco than the finest grown in the bluegrass region A few years since the editor of this paper sent a gentleman in Fayette a few twists of tobacco grown on Little Cauey by a man named Gassel and notwithstanding the fact that the gentleman to whom it was sent had 00000 pounds in 1 his barn wrote us to send him 10 pounds at once that it was the best flavored and finest fibred tobacco he had seen anywhere Under the supervision of a Mr Hord J T Day a few years since raised a crop n of tobacco which was pronounced by experts to be exceptionally fine And two years since a Mr Creek baum living on Grassy sold his entire crop at 17 cents all around Now whilo our tobacco does not have the same weight as that grown in the bluegrass all men who are conversant with this com modity say that the finer quality wo grow will more than make the difference in the selling price It is yet ample time to sow seed and get a good plant bedand we should like very much for our farmers to get some of the good money which will be paid for tobacco next fall There is not much more labor in growing tobacco than what is required to grow a good crop ofcorn But admitting that there is the amount realized is so much more that it will well pay for the extra exertion Try a small acreage anyhow and you will pot regret Itj 1 Ji r EVil of Pistol Toting Then is too much pistol toting and olpalliation of IIpisto i totii ji through the South 1ho mere possession of n deadly cot ceaed wenpou has n certain psj I chologicnl effect upon the most conservative of temperaments Upon I even n strong chnrncter the feelof n pistol is likely to bleed the desire to use the pistol In most human beings with av ernge advantages and avornge otlt cation this desire to fool that Olll can kill if one chooses this elHnp love of the spectacular passe away rather early in lifo or iai reserved for a more legitimate nllt recognized tfxureisp on till side 11 law and order or in vnrtiine or in some dangerous calling But the tough nature does not ClIle whether it is exercised on the sid of recognized authority or not iit is simply its exorcise that such u nature desires Ho wants to seo himself in a heroic attitude I have no doubt that many of the Night Riders wont into tho thing just because it gave them IIn opportunity to ride around the country at night in a silly mos querude with guns in their haute and in their egotistic hearts thllt satisfying fooling that they belong od to a band that runs things If the young nun in the rural com inuuities and even in some of tit larger towns throughout the South cannot be convinced that habitually to carry a pistol unless tipor occasion where one is really nee- dedis a foolish thing to do Iiliej can at least he convinced that it i19 an expensive habit The laws against carrying concealed weapons are good enough all that is need ed is their general enforcement by the proper authorities Don Marquis in Undo Remuss The Home Magazine for February A Slick Swindler Some time since a young man apparently about 25 years of ago visited MI a y s v i 1111 e representiiij himself as ngent for the Ladies Home Journal Womans Honu Companion and other standard magazines and periodicals ither of which he offered at pub1isholsI rates supplementedwith some picture and a half yard of fine red leather used in art work Being a great bargain many ladies invested in something they have not yet received After scooping ip several hundred dollars till young man disappeared onlyI to I come to light again in Lexington where he played the same game One of the Lexington ladies wrote to the publishers of the magazine she had subscribed for and received for answer that the young norm was a swindler and they had no agents on the road We worn our readers to be on the lookout for IlimA preacher came at a newspaper man in this way You editors do not tell the truth If you did you could not live your newspapers would be a failure The editor replied You are right and the min- Ister wile will at all times and under aill circumstances tell the whole truth about his members alive or lead will not occupy his pulpit more than one Sunday and then iie will find it necessary to leave town in a hurry The pi ess and the pulpit go nand in hand with whitewash brushes and pleasant words magnifying little virtues into big ones The pulpit the pen and the grave stone are the great maint making triumvirate And the great minister went away look Lug very thoughtful while the editor turned to his work and toldof the unsurpassing beauty of the bride while in fact she was HE homely as a mud fence While the modern system of school work may bo deficient in respects and no doubt the ton leucy is to take on more work and too many branches of study for the pupil to master thoroughly in the time the average boy or girl is allowed for schooling yet there is a fault on the part of parents which is persistently left out of account in the argument of the critic The pupils especially in the higher grades are allowed to spend the nights during the week in various amusements which dis tract their minds from sclno work and the less of sleep in apacitates them for good work luring school hou- rsSWEET CLOVER The best fertilizing hay and grazing plant known p tNO FAKE For seed or descriptive circular addre++ J T MARDIS FALMOUTH KY Ufwtivce JPendleton Bank Fahriputk r CommissionersSale WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT j LrrA HOUTOX KT A- INotice of Sale on Petitio Hy virtue of a judgment andorder of salt of the Wolfe Circuit court render nt its January lertu1109 in the ubove styled cause I shall proceed to oiler for rule at the front dour of the court bouse in tho town of Campion Wolfe count pitlieon MONDAY time 1st DAY of MARCH 190 lul I oclock p in or thereabout being tho J M lillY of the March 1909 term of 1111101111dlcribedA tract of land ou Hear Pen creek hill it ipart of the Ii Evans iraci of Inn lit uitikU ua follows Uegiiiuiugatacbei nut standing on the north side of the county road opposite the Mrs Casslt house and near it large maple tree stan ing on south side of the road ou bank ioC creek at P on plat thence n 10 e 260 ft to a small white and black oak 2 on plat n 24 20110 ft to 4 white oab from same stump 3 on plat n 14 e 259 ft to e hickory 4 on plat n 36 o 135 ft to a black oak n 33 34 w 30 ft to a black oak n lift 12 e 140 ft to a black oa- kir t2 ft to a white asks85a99ftt- a tto white oaks 76 e 115 ft to a black oak K SO c ISO ft to n black oak s 70 12 e 95 ft to a white oak s G4 14 c 134 ft to n hickory s fS 12 e 117 ft to a black oat A 40 c DO ft to a black oak s 22 e 1G1 ICt to a hickory on top of a point corner to liobert Carroll lon plat thence with his line nod ridge s 28 12 w 111 white ft to n large oak s 35 w 110 fts ai 12 IV 182 ft s 10 w 275 ft to Rosa Cnrrolld tine with her line s 42 w 31 ft lIilI w 145 ft s ft 12 w 239 ft s 51 12 II 100 ftH 53 w PO ft to a corner to Wo mlth at fence It on plat thence with his line mid fence n 89 w 323 ftR 62 12 w 38 J ft to n stone at the creek Tot pint thence up the creek with its gen end meanders n 20 12 w 294 ft n 8 12 c 170 ft n 7 12 w 142 ft to the place of beginning containing 28 110 acres including County road the distance it run surveyFor purchaser with approved sUIety or securities mus execute bond bearing legal interest fron the day of sale until paid and bavin the forco and effect of a judgment Bid ders will be prepared to comply prompt ly with these terms Witness my hand as Master Commissioners aforesaid tile the 8th day of February 1909 IE T ROSE Mas Com W C C Hy B Rosin D 11 C W 0 C Commissioners Sale WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT F P WILSON Admr Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale IOAXXA WHSOX EEC Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Order off Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court ren lered at its January Term 1909 ii the above styled cnuMe I shaltproceed to ifler for sale at the front door of the Court House in the town of Campton Wolfe County Kentucky to the highest md best bidder at Public Auction or MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 it 1 oclock pm or thereabout being the lit day of the March Term of the Wolfi Comity Court upon a credit of six and twelve mouths the following described real estate towit 1 One tract of land described in a deed from Shelby Risner and Martha Risner his wife to Andy Wilson dated Jan JIStb HJOG and recorded in Deed Bool 117 page 88 and is bounded and describes is follows Beginning at the County road near the creek thence a west direction with Andy Wilsons line to the top of the hill thence leaving Wilsons line with Wm Lindon line to the head of the branch to U A Sickells line thence down the Cork ridge with said O M Nickells line to 11 M1 Wilson line thence with said R M Wilsons line back to the County road thence with the County road to the beginning 2 Another tract is described in Deed rrom S11 Wilson and wife to Andy Wilson dated Oct 21st 1SI01 and re curded In Deed Book 17 page 186 and iIs Bounded and described as follows Beginning at a stone near the spring thence across the branch to the mouth of a small stream to u stone thence to the top of the point to u stone thence fol oxving the point to the ridge to Leander Dunns line thence down the point with rn ul bees line the dividing fence to ciI hestnut oak on top of the ridge thencx from tbf chestnut oak down the point or ridge to a stone at the old fence thence with the old fence to a stone near he ham of R MI Wilson thence up through the middle of the ruad to the beginning For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid aud having the force and effect of a judgment Bidden will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my hand ai Master Commie sinner of the Wolfe Circuit court this the 8th day of February 19- 09IE T ROSE Mas Com WO 0 B D ROSE D M C W C 0 I ommissionersSal WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT rL B SlE can Plaintiff i against Notice of Sale 111111 BKEXVEK ELLEN BEEWEU Afttii COOMEU And TYLER COOMEB Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of tale of the Wolfe Circuit court render cd at its January term 1909 in the above ause for the sum of eno with interest thereon from the 29th day of December 905 at the rate of six per cent per an mm subject to a credit of 2552 on Jctober 19 1907 and the costs tlieron I dnll proceed to offer for sale at the ourt house door in Campton to the lighest bidder at public auction on MONDAY the lit DAY of MARCH 1109 I at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being the fired day of the March term of the Volfe County court upon a credit of i ilx months the following described property towlt A certain tract or parcel of land situate and lying In Wolfe county Kentucky and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at the Spruce Gap thong aroundwith G 1II Spencers lime to Wayuo Bryants line thence with Bry ants line to George Silencers lim thence to a point opposite the falls thence down to the fulls thence will the meanders of Mill creek to Ithe be ginning containing 20 acres more or less said land being a part of the Bus and Ponder tract of land purchased hl plaintiff front the IEiiPtrrn Kentuckyl Timber and Lumber Company on No vember 7 1904 and conveyed lo him hy deed which deed is of record in the Wolfe county clerks otfiro in Deed Rook No 1G pagi 243 Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to bo made For the purchase price time purchaser withapproved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and bavin the force and effect of a judgment Bid ders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Sale will be made on a credit of six months Witness my hand as Matter Comtnis sioner aforesaid this the 8th day of February 1909 E T ROSE Mas Com W C C By B In ROSE ID M C W 0 C Commissioners Sale WOLFE JmCUIT COURT o Tim FARMERS TRADERS IlANKllnlutlffii- vi Notice of Smile C C FrLKs DORA SMITH A ROY SMITII Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order ol Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at its January term 1000 In the above styled cause for the sum of Five Hundred Dollars 50000 with six per cent Interest per annum shereon from the 10th dnyof April 1007 until paid anil the costs in this action 1 shall proceed to ofler lor sale at the Court House door front door in Camp ton Wolfe County Kentucky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being the lit day of the March Term of the Wolfe County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property toxvit A certain house and lot situated on Marion Street in Campton Ky and known as the Columbia Building and bounded by begin nlng at the Northwest corner ofA T Combs lot sad house used as a barbershop thence Northwardly with Marion Street 32 ft to it stake thence Eastwardly with the line of the Columbia Building 45 feet to a stake thence parallel Southwardly with Marion Street 32 feet to A T Combs line to the beginningFor purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute Bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my hand as Master Commissioner aforesaid this the 8th of February1900E Master Commissioner Wolte Circuit Court By B D nOSE VMC W CC Commissioners Sale 0 WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT 0 HENRY ELKISS ct Plaintiffs vs Notice of Sale FRANK Colas ic Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at its January term 1909 in the above styled action I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court House in the town of Campton Wolfe County Kentucky to the highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being the 1st day of the March term of the Wolfe County Court upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described real estate to wit A tract of laud on the Hunt fag Fork of Holly Creek and bounded as follows On the North by the lands of James Banks on the East by the lands of D C Miller on the South by the lands of E M Elkins and on the West by the lauds of John S Banks For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal Interest front the day of sale until paid aud having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my hand as Master Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court this the 8th day of February 1909 E T HOSE Master Commissioner Wolfe Circuit Court By B D HOSE 273t D M C W C C Buggies I BuggiBS The Citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclasa buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want aheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere I Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can youCallsee me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE L j u Our Fall Opening- We invite you to inspect our excellenttassortment of stylish Fall Millinery We willshow an exceptional array of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including the 1 famous ACH Trimmed Millinery s MISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GREEN + KENTUCKY LOO WANTEDii WE WANTrl2000 full feathered GEESE will pay 4 Oc for same delivered here in the next 10 days r We will also pay the highest prices in cash for all kinds of poul try eggs beef hides furs old rubber brass copper feathers ginseng and yellow root THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house now Remember we pay CASH for everything we buy f Come and see us or drop us a postalf HEINBICH TOOHEY y Post Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA o n = o== mF = = t t= V 1JJ 14MORGAN COUNTY j I NATIONAL BANRIii fa faOFCANNEL CITY KYEE I 600000II f Eijml t AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY JJJYOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITEDrmtJtJ- f n fifm L CONLET Presidentt JOE C STAMPER Vice pres 4jff- t OUSTER JONES Cashier r Oo 3 = = I r- s4= = = Hash Johnson KashtaltDEALERSt alt General Merchandise 1 1ii u COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the4r4r now stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty Wo have them in nil the varied styles and quality for WOMEN AND MEN aid sell them at tho lowest margin of profitmAll ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes- of our former immense stock including in the Jot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoos every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kash JohnsQn Kash 0 II WILLIAMS DR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profeitional services to the citi of Hazel Green and surrounding coun fen and will answer all calls of affliction Office at big resilience adjoining Haze Green Dank III 4 r DAY HOUSE r I Hazel Creen Ky Mrs LOU DAY Proprietor 1 Beat table fare In Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and lighted bygu throughout and i conmodationi to traveling mentt iJr Aiii TIr T co T i t1 43 V ti d i i j 7 1 4f Not4fColor Hair Ayers Hair Vigor as now made from our new improved formula does not stain or color the hair even to the slightest degree Gray hair white hair I blonde hair is not made a shade darker But it certainly does stop falling hair No question about that Doei not change the color of the hair i formula with aoh bottle 9 Show It to your y doctory 1171 It Indeed we believe It will stop every cue of falling hair unless there is some very unusual comollcatlonz something greatly affecting the general health Then you should consult your physician Also ask r Vigorrt r THE HERALD Littlo Fern French is very low with pneumonia Tom Hncldix is at Frozen creek this week on business i Miss Alice Wills of Toliver is svisiting Mr nnd Mrs W T Cask ey Miss Maud Fallen of Gillmoro visited her aunt Mrs Elsworth Lacy last week Miss Lillie Cecil of Grassy creek visited Miss Mollie Swango trom Friday until Sunday Ira Nickel who has been very low with pneumonia for two weeks is reported much better J Taylor Day left Sunday to at tend the opening of the Breathitt Circuit court on Monday Oliver Kash who it was last week said would attend Hazel Green Acadomy this term has declined the idea If you have any saddles or harness that need repairing take them to S F Reynolds and see how neatly nnd cheaply he can do the t job Clifford Nickell representing Trimblo Bros grocers Mt Ster ling was in town Tuesday and sold J T Day quite a nice bill of goods Glenn the little niece of Mr and Mrs Tom Leo has been quite ill with fevor for about ten days past but on Tuesday was thought to be improving nicely Tom Lee one of our most progressive I farmers told Our Man t About Town a few days ago that t ofttobacco this year Miss Daisy Day who has beent visiting relatives at Mt Sterling I for a month or so came home Sat urday evening after spending fFriday night with relatives at Winchester Ladies of the Maccabees held a reunion last Saturday at which most all the members were pros out The order is growing rapidly and new members are being added every meetings i A J Kelly one of Cannel Citys r prominent merchants last week tiled a petition in bankruptcy His liabilities are 4500 His as j stookjIf you want a fine razoras good as you can buy for 2oall this at office and gut one for 1 We also have a few watches good time keepers that can bo had for 1 cachoDont wait until supply is goneR M Ceoilot Stillwoter was hero Tuesday to visit his sister Annt Nancy Swango and other trclativlR in this vicinity While here ho subrcribed for TIlE HER ALD fur his son J M Cecilat Stillwat r f W A Oldfiolds will have a pub lie sale of livo stock produce farming implements household ti goods eta at his residence near i Toliver Saturday Maroh 6 for further particulars see bjlli ptiute iadat this office i tt 4 L CliitAmyx Richmond Ky Feb 1009 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Find enclosed clip ping from tho Tulsa Daily World of Fob G of tho marriage of Ber thu L Amyx She was a daughter of Tom Amyx who moved from Red river some eight or ton years ago to Muskogee Okla She was Look keeper for the firm As all hor people livo near you I hopo you can give mo space YOUTH truly Mrs S S Coins Among the pretty midyear weddings was that ot Homer 0 Cllft and Miss Bertha Amyx yesterday afternoon the ceremony was a simple one nnd was witnessed by only a few intimate friends The bride was at tended by Miss Vance Graves and W E Henshftw was the grooms best man Mr olin Is one of Tulsas rising young business men holding a responsible position with the Merchants Planters Insurance company The bride ts a daughter of one of Kentuckys old and aristocratic families having come here from Muskogee several months ago The young couple enter upon their mar rlcd life under particularly happy circum stances and many friends extend heartiest congratulations and with that they may spend together many year of unalloyed bliss Killed in Colorado Mine A telegram reached hero lost week that Doc Coldiron a son of Owen Coldiron of Laurel had been killed in a silver mine in Colorado and asking for instruction ns tp burial otc Mr Coldiron telegraph ed to have the remains buried there but it is supposed tha party having tho remains in charge fail ed to got the message from here for the next message from there stated that the remains were n route and would reach Campton Monday 15th at noon whereupon Mr Coldiron decided to have the burial at that place The deceas edhad been in Colorado for about five years employed in mining at from 05 to 85 per month and it s thought he had some privftto means He was a member of the Junior Order American MechanIcs in which he had a policy of 500 and burial expenses A brother from West Virginia arrived here Saturday to attend the obsequies One Hundredth Anniversary- For nearly four years the Dis ciples of Christ have been prepar ing to have a great centennial gathering in connection with their international convention at Pitts burg Pennsylvania in October 1000 It was in 1809 that Thomas Campbell father of Alexander Campbell and his co laborers is sued the declaration and address which gave rise to the reformation of the nineteenth century and brought into being the religious body known as the Disciples of Christ better known in the South as the Christian church Their church papers are filled with cen tennial references and their preach ers are having much to say about the meeting which will doubtless be one of the greatest religious gatherings over held in America Bank Wins Suit The noted bank case of J Taylor Day vs Exchange Bank of Mt Sterling was finally settled at Frankfort when the Court of Ap peals affirmed the judgment of the Montgomery Circuit Court in favor of the bank This case was a suit to recover money it being alleged by Day that he purohtted stock in the bank over twentyfive years ago paying more for it than it Walt worth at the time The caso has been on the docket since 1888 Sad has been bitterly fought The amount involved was 5500 and interest amounting in all to about ten thousand dollars Fire at Campton The Combs House at Campton one of the oldest hostelries in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky was totally destroyed by fire Mon day morning Fire broke out about 2 oclock and people of the town being in bed at that hour there was no one to fight it Dump Allen who had the build ing rented succeeded in saving about two wagon loads of plunder and one or two guests saved their trunks The building belonged to George Robertson of Winchester and was uninsued but Mr Allen carried a policy of ftj on the fB raiture md fisttiref s Our Lalidsaw correspondence did not reach this office last week un til Thursday evening hence their bmissioni l All correspondence should roach this office not later than Monday evening and bo addrcssoctto TUB HEUATDshouldII sure publication as private are sometimes overlooked as cor respondence A Kentucky woman soundly thrashed her husband hnoaimo ho l failed to pay his subscription lo tho country paper after she hail given him the money The editors of the land should chip in and purchase for her a goldmounted club to be used upon the brute when occasion demands Ex Rev H J Derthick left Monday for a months visit throughout Tennessee and along the borders of North Carolina and Georgia with the viow of establishing a mission school similar to Hazel Green AcademyI under the auspices of the C W B M The probability is that it will be in Tennessee Misses Sue Long and Della Legg Mrs Maud Kash John and Clay born Johnson and Bill Hurt former students of Hazel Green Academy who are attending Hiram College Hiram Ohio write to friends horn that they nro delight ed with the town the curriculum and everything pertaining to the institution Dr J H Stamper left Tuesday for Louisville where he will enter a school of dental surgefand take a course and he may also attend lectures in the medical school at the same plnco While his work will compare favorably with most any dentist in the country he steeds some technical work and this is what he is seeking The following was received from one of our subscribers and speaks for itself Hell to it said Court ney A Combs ofnear Mt Ster ling when he found one of his best fox dogs hung in a wire fence and as there was no doctor near Mr Combs was compelled to dress the wound which took nine stitches to sew it up and he says he thinks she will be able to run again by the first of next mouth Dr Dan H Kash of Campton who was suddenly stricken by some bowel complaint last Saturday was taken to the Good Samaritan hospital at Lexington Tuesday An examination was made by a prominent Lexington physician who said he did uot think a sur gical operation was necessary Dr Kash was accompanied to Lexing ton by Dr G T Center and his brother Sam Kash both of our town At last accounts he was resting easy At the home of Rev Frank Pros Wilson at Neola there is a stray pigeon upon which the letter E Z and the figures 8500 are inscribed It has been there some time and no one knows where it came from but it is thought it maybe a carrier pigeon which was lost in a storm and strayed from its course It is gentle and feeds from the hand and this is taken as another indication that it may be a carrier pigeon Wo publish this so that in event any one has lost such a bird the owner can re cover it Will Plant 20 Acres- J Taylor Day will this year put in 20 acres of tobacco and has made arrangements with parties at Louisville and other places so he can supply all farmers who wish to grow the weed with seed He has three largo tobacco barns and will be prepared to prize to bacco for any man who grows it Mr Day realizes that there is more in tobacco grown in this section than any crop we can grow and he will this year give it his atten tion and supervision With tho warehouse in which to prize no farmer in this immediate section should hesitate to put in a few acres at least and wo hope to hear that many will give it their attention We have been hearing promises so long we have lost confidence in hem A communication from Hon Fitiley E Fogg of West Liberty in reply to our editorial regarding the whipping of convicts was re ceived but being too lengthy for this issue must of necessity lay over until next we- ekSHERIFFS SALE tI1My virtue of an Execution No 1474 ClerkslI court 0 O MI dciiUr agalii l K B llnlllx ami 0 IL Trrrull IIorI oneI ot my ili iutliii will on MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 4t oclock p m lit the court house door In Campton Wolfe county Ky expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the fob lowing property or so much thereof ns maybe necessary to satisfy llantlir debt In terest and costs towlt A certain tract or boundary oO land lying and being in Wolfe County Kyon the Widow Fork of Ited Biter and bounded as follow towit lie ginning on a Chestnut tree near the old school house branch above the County toad running a straight line to the the top of the ridge thence with the ridge to TenI nle Haddixs line to a stone thence with her line across the valley to the top of the ridge where E M Walters and Thos Vial ters Jr Intersects thence with E M Walters line to a stone thence a straight line to the forks of a small drain to a Wal nut on the right of said drain thence a straight line across the valley to the beginning Levied on as the property of K D Haddix TermsSale will he made on a credit of six mouths the purchaser to execute bond with approved security tc have the force nnd ellict of n replevin Loud WltiieM my hiiiul this Ilh dayof Iebrn ary lane IOHN W COX 273t Sheriff oj Wolfe County A BOOK O- FMYSTERY IS The VeilI nY Mary Harriott Norris 12mo Cloth ann page 5150 Order nf Your Bookseller or the Publisher RICHARD G BADGER Publisher Boston We Bu- yFURS Hides and Wool Feathers Tallow Be wai CInieni Golden Se lYellow Root May Apple Wild Ginger etc Were dealers eiubluhed in 1856Over half t cenlury in LouimBe and cu do better for you thus amts or eommtalos merchant ReIce MT Bank in LouiiviOe Writ lot weekly price lilt sod iKipcvng tags IN Sabol Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery run l CfXOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPAOTOR OR MONEY ROUNDED tIJL Ti r iremorOIrrnll t Patters md in the Unites Stain thin make ol im Sfci1 ibis ii on account ol h1rrbemery and noisily BlrCnlln Mntnzlnr TheQiirrnet rnhionhae morubcdbrt than e a er Idi Sauume On- eyarneubcaledonumlot H so crnla Mtcnt numbiS cent K ry vbicnbir ttli ancCalllett- ern rice SbertIde rmlumIlberlip and Premium Ciialo ue hoeing 410 prfnuurov + Mat free Addresa THK UcCALL CO w Voik HENRYVV JaoknnnKvB- KPBKSKXTISO H THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicit the trade of the merchants of Eut era Kentucky and guarantees price and quality of goods Hold orders for him a r Closiqg Out tfI I ATw COST AND CARRIAGE ALL OF OUR Winterr Goods MISSES MAPEL TROYh- ave just received a pretty line of Christmas Goods something that is useful as well as ornamental Do not full to call and buy something that will gladden the little ones Cheep up your wife or daughter by buying them a prttty coat and hat at a reduced price TREEInpresentsOURline lemons for Ue bananas apples cranberries etc etc Any young man can be suited in our Christmas line if he wishes to buy some thing for his best girl Call and see MAPEL TKOY Till PEOPLE OP HAZEL GREEN fa and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call andexamine our new stock of fall and winter goods which for cash will be sold lower thanJJ a ever before 4PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yard Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROS Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as t sistant for which they can notrmake room with the goods THE BLUE GRASS FARMER EDITION OF THE LEXINGTON HERALD FOR 75 CENTS For the next three months we offer this excellent news and agri cultural paper at a cut rate the regular price being 1 per year Fill out attached coupon THE HERALD Inc Lexington Ky Find enclosed 7fip for which send mo TUB BLUE GBASS FARMER i edition of TilE LMxmNonoN HERALD for one year I jjSigncdPostolfice State c J AN REVOLVING tlhavY W1tZEuIABLEOifAP SINObEwarrellalv laQ- DE KALaIU KANSAS CITt 14- 0UNIONJ LAIN FENCE J M Coets very little proves rerr IaU- taCUtIT for lame door yards hardens Vff wake fencing for lawns poultryWriteUNION FENCE CO ptKilb JJL lKMUM Ctir fly A I s 3 SHSxs 8x xg K s i Tae W CnoStUI Bank 1 WINCHESTER KY t N H WITUEEeiooNPresiden- tfold Up Capital i 810000000 Undivided 1rollls i 11000000 f tlnudaome Deposit ofI pover i i i SnOOOOOOO I ITbls bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and busI I aatIera every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimateI J banking loct 2I- yFrllh1OiDijI2I I Trees Everything fforrOchard Lawn and s I GardenJ7 WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG t WE HAVE NO AGENTSii r iHF HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY ay Nero ua w Sick Headache win tent tukkjy to the Influence t Dr Miler AoMPtUn rtllf M 4Na St wets r- r I MI fr 7- r owcltJ J It 7 THIS GREAT REMEDY IS RECOMMENDED FOR Acute anti Chronic Diseases of the Kidney Liver Bladder or Urinary Organs and Acute Chronic Rheumatism Uric acid lumbago or gout PREVENTS BRIGHTS DISEASE Dissolves and expels Gravel or Gall Stones It heals and removes irritation Inflammation Ulccration or Catarrh of the Bladder k The Test That Tells DOTIIAN ALA Jan 21 1P09 Dr Kilmer Co Uinghampton N V K Gentlemen About one year ago two of my children suffered badly from weal a kidneys and diabetes their urine was f very bad and they would have sever spells of dizziness and wereall run down in health I was just about discouraged I tried several remedies and finally a doc tor but they did not seem to improve I knew ofa friend who was taking Swami Root for kidney trouble with good reo suits and I decided to get some fur tit children I noticed there was som inv i a provement after they had taken twc a large bottles and continued to give it tc them until they had taken half a dozen bottles and were well on tho road to re covery I think Swamp Root has done mote for my children than any other medicine I have tried and I recommend it to one having children who suffered as mine did R W LINSENBY City Clerk Dothan Ala A Georgia Woman SPARKS GA Jan 11 1900 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y GentlemenSome time ago I was troubledwith kidney trouble had severe pains in back and hips Was treated by I a physician but without any benefit I noticed some Swamp Root advertising I and resolved to give it a trial After i taking four bottles 1 was completely I cured Have not suffered any pain at all since and can recommend Swamp Root to anyone suffering from kidney trouble Sincerely MRS E V STEVENS A Clergyman NEW ROADS LA Jan 22 1908 Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y Dear SirsI write today to the public that your Swamp Root cured me of kid goinghaving j that were breaking down my constitu tion The best medical aid was employed and they pronounced my trouble as al kali in the kidneys but were unable to do me any permanent good i I took four bottles of Swamp Root and became a well man This was six years r ago and I have had no trace of the troub le Yours for suffering men REV J It TAYLOR Pastor Baptist Church New Roads La Results After Using BOSTON GA Jan 13 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y GentlemenSome time ago I was troubled with kidney trouble I thought for some time I was suffering with diabe tes I had severe pains in my back and hips A friend recommended Swamp Ilcot and I decided to give it a trial I obtained a bottle tram a druggist and after taking a few doses felt relieved After taking several bottles the pain was entirely gone and I have not suffered the slightest since I cannot be too enthu flstic in my praise of this wonderful med icine and it jives me great pleasure to give testimonial in regard to its merits- J B nOU TREE Former Mayor and Member Legislature We have sold Mr Rountree Swamp Root and have also sold it in a number of cases for kidney trouble and always with perfect satisfaction J C ADAMS SON J GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER+ HAZEL KY r t have several in my shop and prepared to make any style to order and on tho terms have A Handsome aud all burials when so requested Public is jreipectfully 255tf QEO j wi OJ t The Value of a Remedy I Isl Proven By Its Cures Eucvroon ALA Dec 14 1108I Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y greybenefitI Swamp Root that I believe it to bn mon important for the public to know Its worth For the past ten years I hueeI been tho most miserable of men It11 nut know what the trouble was hut hudI to urinate very frequently both day and night was all pufled up generally Couli not sleep more than a couple of hours lit a time was greatly distressed lifter tat ing a meal and was about worn out I had tried nearly everything I could eel advertised and hear of without me to any great extent until finally lu October last at Rlpan Wis I purchaser a one dollar bottle of Swamp lima am commenced taking it ticmrdine to ilirrr lions and I followed that with unotliei bottle and experienced such great rebel and benefit from same that J purchase five dollars worth at HtmUyille Ala and continued Its use and am now tak- Ing it but in smaller doses and twice n day in place of four times a day and be lirfve bv the time present supply in used up I will be entirely tell I am feelinji better now than ten years past Can eat and sleep first class in fact I am feeling so good that I cannot resist telling YOU about it You are at liberty to publUh this testimonial if you wish Very respectfully THOS STATLARD U P A Bedroll Box 7 R It No Elkwood Ala A Mason JACKSON TENS According to my experience I do not consider there is anything to equal Root for kidney affection Twice it relieved me when I was com helplessThe I was traveling in Texas when my kidneys become affected and for ten days I suffered excruciating pain accompanied with severe chills Several years previous having been relieved of a I similar attack I naturally sought relief as before from Swamp Root After using four of the large size bot ties I was completely restored and went on my way rejoicing and praising Swamp Root This was three years ago and I have had no indication of a return of the filiation JI C SMITH JR 33 Mason A ContractorDO- NAInsoNviuE GA Jan 20 won- Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y Gentlemen About four years ago I iiiflVred from trouble nod rheuI mrbackIy straighten up and could not walk with nit dragging mv feet I would urinate requently and would have to rise two or tree times during the night causing me to suffer from loss of sleep And with the pain I was all run down and began to DSO flesh I saw Swamp Root advert eHI aud bought one bottle to try it After taking it I felt better and could sleep all icht at night I continued to take it until I had taken four large bottles I- was entirely free from any pain in the back and began to gain in weight I always recommend SwampRoot to my friends as I think the cure lu my ca8eI markable Yours truly M H HICKSON1 Ion a n viii Ga Fully Satisfied WAYCnOSS GA Jan 6 HtOI- Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y Dear SirsDuring last October I snfsg- yred from my kidneys I consnlted my physician who pre Bribed for me but his treatment did not enefit me After reading sonic Swamp Root literature I derided to give it a trial After taking a few doses I felt somewhat relieved and after two SI bot ties had been taken I bad no pain and was completely cured I have not had the slightest in my back or hips since From my own experience I can cheerfully recommend Swamp Root to- allY one suffering from kidney trouble Yours very truly SIMON MARTIN Mr Martin conducts a carting nod ausfer business OF It make up write i me of in I Kansas All pro under son at from to 40 where is made tulerI nu acre able vain to sustenance the rootlaced on fa fathers father dill Is so much to be awhile a the break habit keeps to It a little help to a better I PIIIPPS Kansas o KILMER Dr Kilmers Ilkoness Is on outside wrapper of every bottle in Severe Cases EDOEFJELD THNN Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y I hardly know hOw to yourSwampHootgreatly troubled with kidneys am with pain in back also with what doctors termed inflammation of nock of bladder Sometimes back would in such shape that I almost helpless I tried several doctors am flnall3Iproposed to send n sample bottle hit kdnoy medicine SwampRoot free promptIyfound me good I then bottles from merchant W f1 Elizer After taking medicine 1I like a man mod day rode miles to teach school You at liberty to use letter or refer anyone to me as Iwill always be glad to then what a wonderful remedy this Swamp Root is Jumps of Tenn is it with good results VerA truly yours D A MONTGOMERY Member Tennessee Rural Route 24 Edgefield Tenn Mall Carriers Experience BLOUNTVILIE have been a rural letter carrier over five years Some years I tns taken with fn my back physiinnA friend J D Nelson advised men Swamp Root but I had no aith in it I continued to grow ndat last decided to this remedy bought of Long Bros a bottle which gave me great relief I then bought 1 bottles which I can truthfully have completely cured me Had it been Swamp Root I would have been compelled to quit rural free delivery all mall carriers who get pains In their back that Swamp Root will them I was so bad that often wife ould hays help me to arise M R HENDR10KSON Rural Letter Carrier Route No2 Baptist Minister BRJNSON Jan 20 Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y GentlemenSome I suffered verely with in back and hips Iy back pained me and miserable A friend recommended Swamp Root I obtained and took of bottles when I felt relief My buck troubled me since and I can thoroughly recommend Swamp to anyone suffering kidney oubles as I find it afforded me great relief Yours truly REV ETDAWSON Results Has DOTIIAN Jan 21 1909- Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y Dear SirsHave been suffering morn or from kidney trouble fi ye years and was induced to try your Swamp Root Am happy to or give OU testimonial that it cured me a salesman Messrs ate New York and am on road Drinking fferent waters affected kidneys Yours reapecf SAMUEL Every mail brings many unsolicited testimonials from people from all over the United States and foreign lands expresssing heartfelt gratitude for what Kilmers SwampRoot has done for them Do not let anyone sell you some other medicine to take the place Swamp Rootif you do you will he qisappointedinsist on getting what- you ask for there is no other medicine as good as Kilmers Swamp Root I IF YOU NEED A MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BEST but if have kidney liver or bladder trouble or obliged to go SWAMPROOT is recommended everything you heart disturbance often during the day and up many times durinJ night have smarting or irritation in passing or due to kidney trouble SwampRoot will be found just remedy you need and BladderLiverGreat KidneyRootDONT BE MISLED For instance when you Kilmers wnmp something else Remedy dont allow auy druggist drug clerk or store keeper to persuade you into he buying makes moresubstitute in Its place Every time ho succeeds in selling you a worthless profit but are humbugged at the expense of your health LiverItried Swamp Hoot great Kidneywho notHERAJDreader of HAZEL GREENNOTEEvery malloottle freeN Y and receive a sample and Bladder may address Dr Kilmer Co Ulnghamplon At all dealers in 58c and 100 sizes A Sworn Certificate of Purity With Every BottleSee Inside Wrapper GREEN I fine Coffins moat reasonable I also Hearse will attend patronage solicited RICE helpinj Prominent Swamp kidney very Is pain THINKING MOVING WEST not then your minil nml for descriptive list farms Missouri and Oklahoma fine level I iluctive land that will grow anything the prices ranging 15 unil life by easy juiofitrble farmlngWliy sweat and fret life away in the effort eke out a miserable from rockribbed hillsides your ther and when there good land had yet for mere song Get out of ruts away from the timeworn that All takesyour nose grindstone U resolution nod nerve Write me and let me you condition II H Ctaiite aiS the Beneficial Gentlemen my the tbe the my got was had off by it did purchased two our Mr the Felt new each live are this Mr lyens saundersville taking Legislature No TENN- I for two aco severe pains try your worse try and 50c two say not for the service- I advise cure very my to 1909 Dr time ago pain my continually I- relt the intents two has not Hoot from very It Proved ALA less for the last say has I- am traveling for Col Co always traveling the the my WOLF Dr of Dr not for get the the ask for Dr the you TILE lies yet the by Remedy am for come were the DR the tell elH GA I Some say I am too high Prove the truth give mo a try ItrCome in and see me and I will surprise you Have me fix your teeth and if you are not satis fled I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky Fw Rhftm Mo Mtft lf rad lIM tab TV slier YwAAi- nHmr III lM I1M11 Iran M MlrlaIw t t z q r KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concise Chronicled Barren county is being overrun by crows and how to get rid of them is a problem to the farmer Many of the horticulturists iiin the state are of the opinion thi the recent cold snap injured th peach crop to some extent Tho total assessed valuation of property in Montgomery county for taxation purposes this year is 0004200 a decrease of 1709 The Montgomery Fiscal court allowed for sheep killed by dogs in the past year 27 claims rant ing from 4 to 8350 making a total of 012 Taking a guards pistol from an unlocked trunk Joseph Smith an inmate of the Lakeland asylun committed suicide Hie home wns in Carrollton During the month of January W N Brown of Harrodsburi shipped 16000 chickens to Pitti burg Pa which netted him the neat little sum of 5500 Breathitt Circuit court conven od last Monday with over fou hundred commonwealths cases on the docket tis reported that the entire term of four weeks wil be devoted to tho trial of felon and misdemeanor cases Charles Herndon captured in Denver recently after evading ar rest for wife murder twelve year ago was refused bail at his exam minK trial in Williamsburg last week and was remanded to jail to- await the action of the grand jury it the March term of the Whitley Circuit court William Goode who has neve walked step spoken a word or heard a sound in his life died it Jauville last week For the past two years he had been blind Ht was 57 years of age and since the death of his parenis he had been living with his sister Mrs William Brownlat Dauvillo BREATHITT NEWS Death of Sherman Cope Sherman Cope former sheriff of reathitt county was found dead in his bed at the Lexington and astern Hotel at Jackson early aturday morning Mr Cope had died alone sometime during theI ight supposedly1 about three clock which time T P Cope andI William Byron who were in an ijoiuing room heard him groan itlg They thought nothing of the roans at the time but later at the suggestion of Joe Arnett went into Sheriff Copes room and found him dead An inquest was sp edily held and the verdict returned was death from some unknown cause A physician who was present and who observed a discoloration on the side of the face suggested that death resulted from arsenic or alcoholic poison Mr Cope was forty years of age and unmarried Beach Hargis Comes Up Town Beach Hargis was able to come up town Saturday for the first time since the accidental shooting off his foot three weeks ago He visited the Hargis store the scene ofE the killing of his father on rutohes Ho was limping pretty adly but his general health seems improved He is said to have resolved to refrain from any further excesses or affrays and to devote the next six weeks in making preparation for his trial at Irvine for- the slaying of his father Said to ire Fine Few people here know that you- can cure that dread American disease Rheumatism with just corn mon everyday drugs found in any- drug store The prescription is so simple than any one can prepare it at home at small cost It js- made up as follows Get from any- good prescription pharmacy Fluid Extractt Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce i Compound Syrup Srrsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime Those are all simple ingredients making an absolutely harmless home remedy at little cost Rheumatism as every one knows is a symptom of deranged kidneys It is a condition produced by the failure of the kidneys to properly filter and strains from the blood i the uric acid and other matter which if not eradicated either in- the urine or through the skin- pores remains in the blood decomposes and form about the joints and muscles causing the untold suffering and deformity of teamatism This prescription is said to be a ilendid healing cleansing and invigorating tonic to the kidneys and gives almost immediate relief in all form pf bladdnr and urinary troubles and backache fi = Jtt GSstirr tt Weak Women frequently suffer great pain and misery during theyhch- ange of life It is at this time that the beneficial effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated by those who find that it relieves their distress TAKE CARfiI II- It Will Help YouJMrs Lucinda 0 Hill of Freeland 0 writes t Before I began to take Cardui 9 I suffered so badlj- I was afraid to lie down at night After I began td take it I felt better in a week Now my pains have gone I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change of life has nearly left me Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORESt AZELGREENACADEMY t Winter Term Opens Dec 29 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all w the Common Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations + The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the r- Y best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to better prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for tile STATE 3ERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for tho SOPHOMORE YEAR in CollegerThe Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers Careful attention is given to each studentaTUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for CataloguesM O CARTER Principall C 5c 44w CIr L- IluO asaOw as 0oa I CClC 0 Obi de= 043a 43aGC ClCEd Eog EoJ EoZ 0a The New Websters DictionaryVc fcrite Pfl attention tt the fact tilt the Uttrt prcrioiu com = tliH WtUr ioow I 9 yeirs old ODd quite nt ef Jilt 1 eatVhBertlnrrntionalDittionsg i woriL RADIUM 1M Trioui RAYS TRUST DANZAI GAR AGE SIt1MOSEetand all otter modern words olio old word vi ith reperlydfinrdrhoDlCTIONAPit19yciroM Welders International Dictionary Th namci of tboM tlutanncctabtfouDJ isi Ihold International or defined in tVcir POLONIUMRADIUMIn d finin ENGINEERING tbi 19yiroU Wliteri Inttr otioell JefJnt ONLY FOUR aWrtmcntl of thaticicui when tta DeW drparrmentiIlterne m boast gives ONLY TWO dotnitione of tbet w 01 io a ecientifie unu 1 wbr11 the new WEBSTERS UNIVERSAL givei NINE COMPARISON Number of pa i from A to Z w Wcbitiri JUSTISSUED2203 IN SHORT THE UNIVERSAL OUTCLASSES ALL OTIIER WEBSTERS Every word defined whoro It a belong 11 DOM your Dirt kmarr contain amoif theita lof aU Nation Cuba and Pana ma ama Arms d tit SlalclOllaboma NcrLulhione does for it done- npto4s1ii The New EdtOlt contain a complete pdas- B40tnddcd Dictionary and Authon 1909 RerUed and New- Cszettcer Bound in full Steep Ruaiia and Morocco Thumb indadw- ithout extra hurt Special Scbooland Club wnlelook maps colored ted tionl Address THE SAALFIELD PUBLISHINC CO Akron 0 o i Money to Burn If you have money to burn rJKeep it in the house where it may be burned lostl or but if you want to keep it safely where it will stolenSI1 tfready for you when needed deposit it with us A account will give you a better business a the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on ourrbooks we will be pleased to see it there beforo the close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK f r a ii stt J d