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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- y 4L1t yM FsfTHE H iWVII L GREEN HERALD 11 0 r afWbittiKiI March 41885 Made Famous intbe Story of Jonathan and His Continent by taxORell opBPBKOKU Owner and OOOPKR Kdltor lThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains I100 a Year in Advances TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25 woo NUMBER 20 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND No1 03 No6 STATIONS Dallyex DaUyand Sunday Sunday Sunday only AMLve PlLLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am 2 20 pn 700 am- OK JunctH 6 16pm 2 25 pm 705 am Beattyve Jc 707 am a 20 pm 764 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 810 am Nat Brldae 7 45 am 3 O pm 826 am Campton J1n 7 48 am I 67 pm 828 ant Stanton 16 am 4 26 pm j64 am Clay City 25 am 4 85 pm 902 am- LEJunon 18 00am 6 07 pm 10U3am Wlncbeeter 12 am 6 20 pm 1012 am Lextonar 65 am 8 U5 pm 1025 am EAST BOUND Dally ei- 2o4 STATIONS Daily andI Sunday r Sunday PM LveAMLTe2 26 pm 0 O 7 3b am 2 38 pm 20 20 8 13 am 2 48 pm LEJunetlonI I 8 26 pm a 50 pm 40 40 9 02 am 3 Ci8 pm 44 HStantonII44 9 10 am 4 ao pm Campton Juutn 9 38 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 571 9 43 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 9 56 am 5 10 pm 70 eaUyveJo 701017 am 6 05 pm 90 OKJuncn 90 11 15 am 6 10 pm 94 Jackson IN11 20 am CONNECTIONS- L E JtJKCTioN 1 rains Nos land will make connection with the C OBy for Mt Sterling- CAMITONJUNCTIONTralna Nos 1 2 S and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By lor Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVLLE JDJJCTION Trains No2 will make connection at Beattyville June with the L and A Hallway for pastengers to and from Beattyville O tK JUNLT1oNTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local atations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHASSCOTTOenPass Agent 01110o gklliIw2ll Time Table May 21 1906 WEST BOUND No 33 g IIKNo 21 Dally ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunay i SnnUay PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 15 a 4 55 11 Helechawa i 20 12 19 4 45 13 RLee CltYH 13 12 13 4 05 20HlIamptonH 11 11 51 3 62 22H WlIhuretH 6 11 44 5 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 r EAST BOUND No34 I I SI No 22 Dally ex STATIONS B Dally ex Sunl1IY a Sunay- zz i AM LVE PMLVK 00ta 7 45 19 Lee CItYN 11 1 23 J 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 i 8 37 10H Wilhurst H 20 151 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 7 30iNos 21 and 22 will make close conneotioi I at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for r points on the Lexington aud Eastern Rail i way Jl Superintendent LCONLEY TTJ1IOllRtaig Ogiitii- r a ailIoaaI r No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a moo Campton 11 30 a m 200 p m Campton 000pm No2 No 1- DEPARTARRIVE 7 80 amCampn Juno 10 05 ani 8 80 pmOampn Juno 4 40 pm- tr Tho Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains BLINCUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and counties that he carrlee V a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away 4thedead in decent style JtSySpecial caskets supplied on 24 1 1t hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstone Ac QEWELL 0 HOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY Oflers his professional service to chinos of Wolfe county nd sollciu the ftttootteot fi ezegptlQtOeel l t f ra fCOUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends LANDSAW LACONICS o R S Rose bought a bunch of tattle on Holly last wook Rollin Combs went to Breatbitt on business Friday roturning the same day- A Mr Burkhart of Helechawa was here buying produce the llatter part of last week Floyd Havens and wife of near Ezel were visiting Floyd Murphy and wife llast week Ollie Swango Carrie Chambers and Sarah and Maggie Combs vis ited at Landsaw Sunday Mrs Lizzie Murphy wife of Floyd Murphy wbb hoe been very sick for some time convalescing Dan Lawson of the Perkins fork of Laoy creek is working in the blacksmith shop for E T Kash C F Kash of Hazel Green vis ited his brother E T Rash at this place Wednesday and Thurs day Arthur and Otis Kaeh who Are attending the H G A visited home folks from Saturday until Monday There was a social at W H Deans on the night of tup 22qd and all the young folks report a good time- Howard Halsey who was taken sick at the H G A some time since and brought home has con oluded not to return this session Miss Caroline Taylor who is one of Wolfe countys best teachers is preparing to enter school at Ha teaoherslcoursel courseJudging from the number of plows and amount of grass seed bought by the farmer of this sec tion within the last 80 days they mean to farm for all thpt is in it H L Whisman sold to William Dalton a 8 yearoldmare for 85 George Smyth to E T Kash a last springs mule for 65 Joe Land rum to E T Kasb four sheep for 15 and R S Rose bought of J M Swango a cow at private price Feb 28 ANON Soldier Bilks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death I contracted a stub born cold he writes that devel oped a cough that stuck to mo in spite of all remedies for years to13OpoundsThou New Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe colder obstinate coughs hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent pneumo nia its unrivaled 50oand 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers STHLVATER SPARKLES 0eoaleclearing JoaephA Rose ot HazelGreen was visititig here Sunday Mrs MirandaTyja last Wednes day sold a red cow to Steve Brew er for 25 cash W W Wilson of Louisville called on S H Rose and RO Wells Saturday- S H Rose bought of Q C Rose last Thursday a mllohvow for which ho paid f40 Joel Gevedon and wife who re cently came Jbaok from ToXag wore here Saturday shopping I John Hurley and wife left today for Middletbwn Ohio and John Hurt and family lleft list Thursday for the same place Little George Center the oldest son of Judge G T Center is tItia hospital at Lexington to undergo an operation for threat trouble Rev Jeff Brewer is baying a lot of new ground cleared up Gran TiltonPelfrywork TO COBRESPOKDEHTSMail your Items early so thei will reach our office not later thanTuesday morning Monday If pouible News received nfler that will not be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only IR C Wells is closing out hi of goods If be would pu an ad in THE HERALD the people would find it out and he could sell to a better advantage Samuel C Cecil and Rollin Moore have been sowing clover and grass seed during the past week earlybIrdS 0 Rose received letter from HonJ W Langley asking for a list of names to whom to send seeds The appropriation being cut short he can not send seeds to all he would tike to It affords mo great pleasure to state that I am getting more than my moneys worth in reading THE HERALD and I assure you that your work will be rewarded The correspondence columns are clnnn and good they are excellent and it is like talking to old friends to read THE HERALD Andy Phippp of Mayton is near ing the summit of official distinc completedhiswhich if nothing interferes he will finish in about two weeks He will then be sought by many as mechanicsawyerfurniture mer painter horde jockey in fact a jack of all trades BO to speak The writer is sending by todays mail check for four yearly sub scriptions to THE HERALD name lyR C Wells G W Salley and George Buchanan all of Stillwa ter and Andy Phipps of May town The first says he dont want to miss a single copy the second says of all the papers he reads give him THE HERALD the third sSid he had been wanting to take THE HERALD for some time as readingindo so and the fourth says it is the best paper on earth Feb 22 DOMINGO The Secret of Lraji Life A French scientist has discover ed one secret of long life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had rprolongsliCilpurifies enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitatedpeoplo Kidney trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M Sher man of Gushing Me but Electric Bitters cured me entirely Only 50c at all dealers TOLIVER TOPICS ft Willie Clark is putting a string of fenoiug on the farm Taylor Tester movedftolnJaek son to 0 W McNabbs place- J R Clark recently bought a farm on Red river from J Wl Cox Tuesdayfrombeen on business 0 W MoNabb Boone Oldfield and Willie Clark took dinner with W A Oldfield last Sunday J W Cox sheriff of Wolfe county bought a farm ou Still water and moved to it last week Boliugloftfrom they wero heading for the west Too Poet says it must have rain ed here lately for he saw gobs and gobs of mud puddles and then someTho ppet is chewing stewed to VUlioClarkis in the swim Quito a number of Red river people have gone to Middletown AmongtheHenry Honaker Feb 22 POET Some men are soay that they grant whim they walk TRENT TOPICS 0Several of the Stillwater folks attended church at Laurel Sun day Jeff Cruey took dinner with his sister Mrs Arbollo Maloney Sun day Miss Mandie Campbell visited Mrs Mollie Sally Sunday after noon Taylor Vancleavo visited rela tives on Grassy from Friday until SundayMrs Newton Maloney and little son Lemon wore visiting Walter Maloney Sunday George Buchanan wife and two daughters took dinner with J D Edwards and family Sunday Misses Laura and Stanley Ma loney and Ninnie Brewer were quests of Geneva Brown Sunday Mrs S M Tyler of Consolation was a gnest of J H Barker and family from Friday until Sunday Miss Julia Stamper David Cold iron John Nickell and Edd and Fred Stamper were entertained at the home of Miss Lillie Stamper Saturday night Feb 22 MOONBJHNK HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finanbncially able to carry ont any obligations made by his firm WALDIKG KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure IIs taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Suld by Druggists Tube Halls Family Pills lor constipation CALLA CHITCHAT 0Walter R Day Eldorado Ark I is here on business J M Taylor and wife of Wolfe county were here a few days ago James Turner of SimpsoiTwas here on business a few days since Mrs Jane Pence of Wolfe county is visiting her daughter Mrs An gie Sewell at this place Quite a crowd attended church at White Oak Sunday Several ministers were present including Rev Dericson W H Pelfry returned home today from Morgan county where ho had been after some important witnesses in the Allen murder caseSebastian Tincher is moving here from Robbins Mr Tincher in a clerk for a lumber company who is preparing to work a boundary of timber here Stephen Rose and others of Wolfe county passed through here en route to Jackson to assist in the prosecution of the Aliens for the murder of his daughter Mrs Fan nie Tutt at this place last Novem ber Feb 22 PRESTO Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover bia leg The doctors failed then Bucklens Arnica Salve completely cured me writes John Washington of Bosquoville Tex For eczema boils burns and piles its supreme 25o at all deal ers MURPHY FORK MINUTES o The palace on the hill was vacated last week by racket Neace who sought pasture new Hiram Greer of Ezel was a guest of his granddaughtbr Mrs Ben Murphy recently Will Ayers moved from J S Pieratts place to Gibsons branch near Goodwins chapel The Mt Sterling market went off sluggish and quite a lot of mules came back Cattle went slow Ben Murphy sold 05 head and had 75 heud left for the Winchester mar ketA grand quilting bee came off Tuesday at the home of Mrs Liz zie Murphy Such experts as Mrs Laura Murphy and her daughter Miss Ura and Miss Golden Mur phy did the fancy stitching Feb 22 POET L CANNEL CITY CHAT o Emmet Kilgore went to White Oak Saturday on business Mr and Mrs Robert Caudill re turned from Chicago Sunday Oyer one hundred people attend Sunday school hero every Sunday Frank Vaughn who has been confined to his bed for some time is able to be out again Sam Freeze paymaster for the Block Cannel Coal Co recently moved into hIs new residence Mr Greer the haokman between this place and West Liberty had a fine horse kicked and ruined Misses Omer Gam bill Maud Kil gore Bud Esther Lykins three of our most charming girls visited at Bigstaff Sunday Courtney Campbell who has been in Menifee county for about a year has returned and will resume his place as fireman on one of the frieght trains The Una Voce literary society presented a splendid program on birthiThe large assembly hall was crowd ed housekeeping friends completely surprised him and Mrs Whitaker by suddenly appearing with elegant gifts in token of their good wishes Feb 22 ETHYL Was Hiked Often Some remarkable stories are be ing told about town and among the country people coming in of this simple homemade mixture curing Rheumatism and Kidney trouble Here is the recipe and directions for taking Mix by shaking well in a bottle onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Take as a dose one teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime No change need be made in your usual diet but drink plenty of good water This mixture has a peculiar ton ic effect upon the kidneys clean ing the cloggedup pores of the eliminative tissues forcing the kidneys to sift and strain from the blood the uric acid and other poisonous waste matter overcoming Rheumatism Bladder and Urinary troubles in a short while A druggist here who has had hundreds of calls for these ingredients since the first announce ment in the newspapers last Octo ber stated that the people who once try it swear by it especially those who have Urinary and Kidney trouble and suffer with RheumatismAll in this neigh borhood say they can supply the ingredients which are easily mix ed at home There is said to bj no better bloodcleansing agent or system tonic known and certainly none more harmless or sim pIe to use INSKO INSPIRATIONS o Prayer meeting here every Thurs day night W T Clair of Leo City was here last week Boode Gullett made a business trip to Lee City recently Pres Elam told a tract of land to Elijah Patrick Sr for 150 H Lee of Johnson county was hero on business a tew days since James Risner sold n Mr Jack son a mare for a consideration of 9Q Peter Crase of Lee City was visiting in this section part of last weekHarlan Conley and family wore guests of Mose Lacy and wife last SundayColumbus Davis of Broathitt county was hero a few days ago on businessJ Coffee of Belknap passed through here en route to Cannel City Friday Chicken Bill Fugato of Gill more was in this section last week buying poultry Oliver Murphy of Grassy creek was hero last Friday on some im portant business Jack Burton and Clay Keeton of Dale passed through here en route to Cannel City A K Little returned from Mt 7+ Sterling Friday wherehe had been m the cattle business A Mr Marshall of Morehead was here last week looking after the blind tiger business Daniel Burton of Stevenson in Breathitt county was here last Saturday transacting some business matters S H Elam of Grassy creek vis ited his father Loander Elam and other relatives here the greater part of last week jJ S Elam a former citizen of this place but has been a resident yearsieSpinnel fork 11 Revs W B Yocum and Tom Brown who have been holding a protracted meeting at this place closed Sunday The meeting had been in progress only ten days and resulted in 40 converts and eight reclaims It was one of the most successful meetings that was over held here Feb 28 NAT Revolts at Cold Steel Your only hope said threell doctors to Mrs 11 E Fisher De troit Mioh suffering from severejj rectal trouble lies in an opera tion then I used Dr Kings New Life Pills she writes tlti11 wholly appendicitis 25c at all dealers MAYTOWN MELANGE o J Finch who has been sick for i some time is better Hiram Bryant made his usual visit to this place Sunday FieldsIwere calling on our merchants TuesdayMiss j Carrie Neff was pleasantly entertained by Miss Bernie Sprad ling Sunday i J M Richie and family were guests of Dr S G Spradling and wife Sunday Robert Childers was seen going towards Toliver Sunday wonder whats the attraction k Miss Mary Phipps was a gnest of her brother at Hickory Grove Saturday and Sunday Miss Carmie Little is visiting i her grandparents Mr and Mrs J C Bryant at Flatrock tterof their cousin Miss Stella Clark Sunday = Misses Grace Childers and Ruth Wells were guests of their sister and aunt Mrs Maggie MoNabb from Thursday until Saturdnyr IiSundaythe Angel of Death entered the home of R A Childers and bore away on its icy pinions the life of our beloved brother Rev S J Adams Ho had been in ill health for some time During his sick ness all was done that could be for his health but all of no avail rlaytake up the work of a nobler and better life in that far away home of the soul whore sickness and death do not come neither does i 19 sorrow find a lodging place within the city of New Jerusalem Uncle + John as he was familiarly known was m his 85th year Ho was a member of the M E church of which he had been pastor for fifty years His funeral will be preached tomorrow Tueday afternoon at May town by Rev Gevedon after trhioh he will be laid to rest in the Ezel cemetery His faithful and loving companion has the heart felt sympathy of all in her sad bereavement Fob 22 RosE iJ First to be Read 11 Odessa Mo Feb 1000 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky My Dear Friend Please find en closed 225 for the dear old HER theIletters and papers THE HERALD is the first to be read Highest re gards to you and Mrs Coopor Yours truly ELLEN JONES i+ 4Havebeen beaten Keep a stiff uppervlip Do a little better than your belt last year You will win 011 ly be true fair and squaro l t t 1 1 IT J 6 wrI Jc r 11 110 L 5C u 0 = riI HERALD lintel Green Poet IIri niieoonilclnm mutter SPENDER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY i THURSDAY Feb 25 1009 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JudgeKELLY Attorney cIII IIoLLONClerk- r Meets third Monday in January firs SeptemberWOLFE COUNTY COURT j O T CENTER Judge AtturneyItODEJlT Meets first Monday In each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesday in October C MAGISTRATES COURTS District No1C M Fallen third Friday- In March June stpteuiuer and Decen ber District No2Robert Brooks fourth Friday In February May August and No vcmber District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No iPon Lcgg first Friday In March May August and November District No 6T C Hollon second Fri day in March June September and December District No flRoy Hurst third Friday in- February anti November- District No 7bTg Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and December District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August rid No vember DEMOCRATIC TICKET L WOLFE COUNTY For County Judieu V B DUFF For County Court Clerk t L CARROLL For Circuit Court Clerk J C LINDON ForSherifl GEORGE tV SALLLV u For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AssessorJ T CENTER For JailerJ C L LITTLE For Co Superlnteui eutJ vTAULBEE For Surveyor11 CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORGAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32nd DlstrletJOIIN k WAUOH For County JudgeI C FERGUSON aAttorneyJ11hANEYaFor Superintendent T N BARKER For Circuit Clerkn M OAKLEY For Sheriff H B BROWN For JallcrII C COMBSI For Assessorh1T KEMPLIN For CoronerZACII HANKY For SuneyorI P TURNER The Penitentiary Investigation West Liberty Feb 1800 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir I have just read your editorial of the 11th inst concern ing Col Jack Chinus attackupon the management of the penitenti r aries It has never been my habit and was not my intention in this matter to be drawn into any news paper controversy Knowing that an investigation in good faith by any competent tribunal would vin dicate me and my conduct I was content to remain silent until the result of the investigation should speak for me with more force than any statement I could make in my own behalf Accusations and de nials do not establish any thing Only an investigation of these matters can settle them and the legis lature will in all probability do thatBut observing that you have in a manner committed yourself to a belief in the charges and knowing that you are not in the habit of accepting the naked charge as proof conclusive of guilts I believe that you have to some extent been imposed upon Your paper has some circulation among my friends and neighbors whose esteem and confidence I have endeavored long to deserve and have in some de gree enjoyed Your endorsement of Col Ohinns charges is given without reference to the motives that prompt them and certainly without knowledge of any proof to sustain them I believe that you wish to he fair and 1 have there fore concluded to make a few sug gestions for which I think you will begratnful and I believe that when you have considered the matter you will not adhere to the belief that any of these charges are well I founded In any event I believe you will at least be inclined to suspend judgment until you have i heard the evidence You are correct in the statement that Col Chinas charges are re iterations of those made by his son George P Chinn former war den of the Frankfort penitentiary But you are mistaken in the state ment that George P China resign ed his position on account of cruelty to poisoners Mr Chinn etatos and it is a fact that ho was removed as warden after his res w j nation hid beep re uetea and 111 refused It is easy fot flay person to make general charges of cruelty to ovor fourteen hundred prisonersanct you can readily see that when no time is named no name given and even the county from which the prisoner is sentenced unknown it is impossible to reply except in gonon terms Col Chinn refers with some specification to one inntnnc that of a negro boy from Louisville that ho charges was uiiniui cifully whipped until unconsciou and then tnkon to the hospitu where he died the next day Now taking that as an example Of tho numerous negroes confined n thl penitentiary wader sentence fron Louisville during the past throe and oiijhalf years only twolv have died Eleven of them hod never been punished The other had not been punished for sever months before his death and hie punishment had nothing to do with his illnes or subsequent death- I wish to say to you that person ally I have not nor has the prison commission nor has either of tho other members thereof so far ns I know or can learn committed connived at or countenanced Itny mistreatment of prisoners or othe improper practice- It has been my effort and the effort of the commission and thosi under them to improve condition in the penitentiary and to do all in our power under the laws tha govern our actions to render the surroundings of the prisoners corn fortable and by kind treatment and increased privileges to help them physically mentally ami motally There are over fourteen hundred prisoners in the Fronkforl penitentiary alone The best test of the reasonableness of discipline mid temperate requirements as to lnbor is found in the fact that about threefourths of that numI ber never have to be even correct ed fur breach of rules or failure tc perform the required amount ol laborThe law requires that Persons sentenced to punishment by con iinement in the penitentiary shall be kept at hard labor It requirers the prison furtherI to hire out the prisoners highest and best bidders for then labor The prison commissioners did not enact the law and they have no power to repeal it and nc right to disobey it They can only enforce it as it is written and this they are doing mercifully humanely and with fairness No prisoner is made to work unless the prison physician pronounces him physically and mentally able to do it Each prisoner has upon request the right to have the physician examine and if necessary treat him rhe physicians recommendations are final in that regard and I know him to be kindly disposed toward the inmates He gives his entire time to the prison has charge ot the hospital and visits all the working places daily in order that all who wish his services may have themNo place of confinement can be made agreeable to the inmates The law does not contemplate that it can When the prison bounds of some of the jails of Kentucky comprised the entire state prisoners were plentiful who forfeited their bonds and crossed the line Few men love to work i no man likes the idea of being made tc work even temperately i andwhen ye consider further that all men in the penitentiary are there because they took more liberties han the law allowed them on the outside and most of them are here because of idle habits you will not wonder that even light work and reasonable disciplining ire objectnahle to many of them Consider the classes of men from vhich the prison population is recruit d then takn away three fourths of the best of the inmates md what you have left is the class that complains at prison manage cent and unjust treatment- In conclusion I wish to say that I shall be glad when all these matters are investigated in good faith I am conscious that I have nut lone or knowingly permitted any vrong If there are methods permitted by law by which I can accomplish better results I will bo glad to know and apply them I have no interest other than to make a good officer I have no ilients whose interests conflict with or who have any dealings directly or indirectly with the board lor the prisons I have no engage ments antagonistic to the state or nconsistent with my duties us u nember of the prison board- I know that an investigation rill show that the present board has done more to improve the conditions in the prisons than any receding one i 1 believe that our prisoners have better treatment 11nd enjoy n pre privileges andare otter cared for than those in any imiar institution governed by imilar laws With much respect I am yours truly FJNIEY E Focc k I Stray Shots Prom Mexico Special to THE HERALD Ono can not give an account of Mexico in a few short letters It is the oldest country in Nort I America and has a history replete with stirring events If any sti dont of the acndomv reads thislet1 him get Proscotts History of Conquest of Mexico and read it at hill j leisure The government is try ing to induce capital to go to the republic and develop the country I kindsIk rials One of tho most interest hug things is their water supply t lit never rains in winter and irri t gation is resorted to Large aqueducts some built 800 years age carry water from the mountain to the valleys and the cities The one at Queretaro is five miles long rind 03 feet high It is built on large stone arches about 50 feet I apart and has a large open stone conduit on top where the wate runs It was built by the Span iards with convict labor and this was anybody they wanted to work usually Indians After all no country can equal the United States and when we I arrived here we experienced a very pleasant change Texas is an empire in itself and scarcely half of the state is opened up Water is all it lucks and they are now find ing an abundance of that a short distance under the surface Al Laredo Tex Bermuda onion lands are selling at 800 and up an acre which five years ago could have been bought for 5 to 10 an acre Texas has a unique history having been under five flagsSpanish French Mexican Texas and the United States to say nothing ol isIrespects worlds history with Davy Crock ett its greatest hero Many new towns are in this part of the coun try The train stopped half an hour at one near the border A largo sign on a big store read Anything from n rat skin to a ranch for sale or trade One of the passengers went in and called for a rat skin The proprietor got out an assortment and offeredone for n dollar which was promptly taken nnd paid for J H S San Antonio Texas For SaleFarm of 100 acres 7E acres bottom land all timber nec eseary for farm use good 0 room dwelling and all out buildingsI barn OOx82 Located road 8 miles N W of Hazel Green in a good neighborhood school church and store at the door Fencing in good repair Terms Half cash and balance on time ti suit purchaser 8500 will buy it JpllfAddress Spencer Cooper Hazel Green or F P Clark Toll vet Ky for further particul- arsCommissioners Sale WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT LELA HORTON ET AL- Notice of Sale on Petition By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Wolfe Circuit court rendered at its January term 1909 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer tot sale at the front doof of the courthouse in the town of Campton Wolfe county Kentucky to the highest bidder at pub lie auction on a creditof six months 01 MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 at 1 oclock p in or thereabout belnj the 1st day of tbe March 1909 term of the Wolfe County court the following described property towlt A tract of land on Bear Pen creek be- Ing a part of the G Evans tract of land bounded as follows Beginning at a chest nut standing on the north side of the county road opposite the Mrs Cassidy house and near u large maple tree stand- Ing on south side of the road on bank of creek at P on plat thence n 40 e 260 ft to a small white and black oak 2 on plat n 24 12 e 90 ft to 4 white oaks from safe stump 3 on plat n 14 e 259 ft to e hickory 4 on plat n 36 e 135 ft to a black oak n 33 34 w 30 ft to a black oak n 05 12 e 140 ft to a black oak n 511 e 125 ft to a white ok s 85 e 99 ft to a white oak s 76 e 115 ft to a black oak s 80 e 180 ft to a black oak a 70 1 2 e 95 ft to a white oak s G4 14 e 134 ft to a hickory s 58 12 e 117 ft to a black oaks 40 e 90 ft to a black oak s 22 e 1C1 ft to a hickory on top of a point corner to Robert Carroll Won plat thence with his line and top of ridge s 2812 w 113 ft to a large white oaks 35 w 110 ft s 1512 w 182 ft slOw 275 ft to Rosa Carrolls line with ber line a 42 w 31 ft s 51 w 145 ft s r3 12 w 239 ft s 51 12 iv 100 ft a 53 w JO ft to a corner to Win Smith at fence R on plat thence with Ills line stud fence n 89 w 323 ft II 52 12 iv 382 ft to a stone at the creek T on plat thence up the creek with its genI rHl meanders n 20 12 w 294 ft n 8 12 e 170 ft n 7 12 w 142 ft to the place of beginning containing 28 110 acres including county road the distance it runs through said tract by survey For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having tbe force and effect of a judgment Bid lers will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my hand as Master Commis iloners aforesaid tble the 8th day of February 1909 E T ROSE MM Com W C C Bj B D RusE D M 0 W C C oil Commissioners Sale WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT F P WILSON Admr Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale JOANNA WILSON EEC Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Bale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at its January Term 1909 iInI the above styled cnuMelShRll proceed toI offer for sale at of the Court House in the town of Campt n Wolfe County Kentucky to the highes and best bidder at Public Auction 011 MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 at 1 oclock pm or thereabout hat day of tbe March Term of theWolf County Court upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described real estate towit 1 One tract of land described in a deer from Shelby Risner and Martha Risner his wife to Andy Wilson dated Jan 18th 1906 and recorded in Deed fool 17 page 88 and is bounded and describes as follows Beginning at the County road near tbi creek thence awest direction with Andss Wilsons line to the top of the hill thence leaving Wilsons line with Wm llndoni line to the head of the branch to U A Nickells line thence down the fort ridge with said G M Nickells line to R bL 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 AndyWilsoncorded in Deed Book 17 page 186 and Is bounded and described as follows Beginning at a stone near the spring thence across the branch to the mouthof a small stream to a stone thence to the top of the point to a stone thence for lowing the point to the ridge to Leander Dunns line thence down tbe point with Taulbeos line tbe dividing fence to ee chestnut oak on top of the ridge thence from the chestnut oak down the point 01 ridge to a stone at the old fence thence with the old fence to a stone near h barn of R M Wilsons thence up througb beginningForwith 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 Bidden will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my band at Master Commis sloner of the Wolfe Circuit court this the 8th day of February 1909 E T ROSE Mas Com W 0 C By B D ROSE D M C W C C Commissioners Sale 0 WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT o THE FAKMERS A TRADERS BANK Plaintiffs vs Notice of Sale C C FOLKS DOHA SMITH t ROY SMITH Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circult fcourt rendered at its January term 1009 in the abort styled cause for the sum of Five Hundred Dollars 50000 with six per cent Interest per annum shereon from the 10th day of April 1007 until paid and the costs In thIs action I shall proceed to offer tor sale at the Court House door front door In Camp ton Wolfe County Kentucky to the high est 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 Wolfi County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property lo wit A certain house and lot situated on Marloi Street in Campton Ky and known as thi Columbia Building and bounded by begin nlug at tbe Northwest corner ofA T Comb lot and house used as a barber shop thence Northwardly with Marlon Street 32 ft to ia stake thence Eastwardly with the line of the Columbia Building 45 feet to a stake thence parallel Southwardly with Marloi 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 fro the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Hidden will be prepared to comply promptly wIth these terms Witness my hand asMaster CommissIoner aforesaid this the 8th of February1909E Master Commissioner Wolfe Circuit Court By B D nOSE- D M C W C C Commissioners Sale 0 WOLFS CIRCUIT COURT 0IENEY ELKINS Ac Flaintlfli- va Notice of Sale FRANK COMBS Ac Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered1 at its January term 1909 in the above styled action I shall proceed to offer for ale at the front door of the Court House In the town of Campton Wolfe County Kentucky to the hIghest bidder at Public Auction on IONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being the 18t day of the March term of the Wolfe ounty Court upon a credit of six aud welve months the following described real slate to wit A tract of land on the Hunt InK Fork of Holly Creek and boundedas ollows On the North by the lauds of James Banks on the East by the lands of DlC Miller on the South by the lauds of Joi M Elklns and on the Wet by the lauds of John S Banks For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of vale until paid and having the once and effect of a judgment Bidders rill be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my hand ai Master Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court this the 8th day of February 1909 E T ROSE laater Commissioner Wolfe Circuit Court By D P ROSE It D M C W C C rthlilL Jd + Our Fall Opening We invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We IfIStreetfamous ACH Trimmed Millinery MISS FALAY LONG + HAZEL GREEN + KENTUCKY LA3QF WANTED I WE WANTr2000 full feathered GEESE will pay 40c for same delivered here in the next 10 days We willalso pay the highest prices in cash for nil kinds of poul try eggs beef hides furs old rubber brass copper feathers ginseng and yellow root 4 d THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house now Remember we pay CASH for everything we buy Come and see us or drop us a postal HEINRICH TOOHEY Post Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA ==O FJ t=CLW WO St OV t + A I MORGAN COUNTY + ii IJI NATiONAL BANX4 m 181I OF CANNEL CITY KYaa CAPITAL S2GOOOOO f tt SURPLUS I 5OOOOO i i r UNDIVIDED PROFITS 2O555I fc ail rt Soy AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY If ItllYOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED I11M L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice Pres fi I CUSTER JONES Cashier 8 rir 1 W Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS General Merchandise a COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of tho people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new 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 l HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty Wo have them in all the varied styles and quality for WOMEN AND MEN arid sell them at the lowest margin of profit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stock including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair n bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kash Johnson Kash 0 H WILLIAMS DR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profestlonal services to the clti tens of Hazel Green and surrounding coun try and will answer all calls of affliction OBce at his residence adjoining Hazel l Green flank C i r DAY HOUSE Hazel Croon Ky Hn LdU nAY Proprietor t Best table fare In Eastern kentucky A large sample room connected Heated audIlighted by KU throughout and special aoII com iydations to traveling men t oIII Lr I i 0 i 11 f u IJI tr t + o = ti = z Ly frc H i I tt I Desperate Coughs Dangerous coughs Extremely perilous coughs Coughs that rasp and tear th fthroat and lungs Coughs that shake the whole body You need a regu lar medicine a doctors medi 4 4nine for such a cough Ask AyersCherry j publish our formulas we binlih tleohel Aw from our nedlclnee 1 IO Winuto f e Consult your doctor Any good doctor will tell you that a medl cine like Ayers Cherry Pectoral cannot do its best work If the bowels are con stipated Ask your doctor if he knows anything better than Ayers Pills for cor c renting this sluggishness of the liver a by the J O pQOo Lowelllruat ME HERALD Miss Eliza James is visiting her brother Berry James on Lacy h creek Riggs Bailey of Salyeravillu was in town Sunday and Monday on business Mrs Butler Hughes of Pomero ton is visiting her father Dr A 0 Nickell and family A J Center of Belkuap was in town Sunday to get medicine for 1 1hiswife who has heart disease Dr A C Nickell is suffering from a severe carbuncle on the back of his neck but still gets about in his practice Miss Joe Hard Frank one of the young lady students at the acad emy lleft Wednesday morning for her home at Fleraingsbnrg Miss Daisy the daughter of Supt P F Peck of Menifee county has been visiting her sister Miss Lula who is a student at the academy If you have any saddles or harness that need repairing take them to S F Reynolds and see how r neatly and cheaply he can do the job Miss Nolda Davis of Ezel ac companied by her brother Jet hroe visited here Monday Jothroe is employed ns clerk in J T Days store Sam Metzger a traveling sales man stopped at the Cecil House a fewdays last week and in the meantime interviewed our merchants i J E Goodwin dentist will be at Maytown March 4th for a few 1 days to do dental work Those wanting work done will make no mistake in calling on him Ellis Johnson wishes to remind r all who want a conveyanc 4 to any point in the mountains or a horse to ride that he is prepared to serve them at short notice ond on reas onable terms Next Saturday February 27 is the time set by J 0 Perkins to sell his flue young stallion on the square in Hazel Green This will be a golden opportunity for some one to get a fine horse I Ira Nickell who has had a severe t case ofpneumonia has convalesced so far as to be moved to his home at Panama in Morgan county i He was accompanied by his par I outs Mr and Mrs Soborn Nickell Rev Daniel Brown a young Methodist minister o f Owsley t county visited friends here from 1Friday until Tuesday He was en route home from a protracted meeting he held some place in Ohio Mrs Emma Lacy and her sister t Miss Lou Ann Lacy and her daughterinlow Mrs Curtis Lacy with the latters little daughter Ruth will leave Monday for Bush ton Ill whore they will make their future homer The many friends of Ellis John son whom it will be remembered has quite a family of children I will be glad to learn that he has stoured an elegant housekeeper in the person of Miss Jessie Ann tamper tv 1 We Reaiiti Circle The young men of Halel Gfeob Academy have formed a society known as the Hazel Green Reading Circle the purpose of which is to arouse an interest among the students to read and digest current events They realize that text book are the frame work of education but that education means to kebp in touch with all that is occurring from time to time They have quite a number of newspapers which they read for thq news of the day The circle meets once a week and one of its members is chosen to give are port in condensed form of all cur rent topics each Friday The cir cle gave an interesting debate Sat urday night at Pearre Hall the subject being Resolved that the U S government should prohibit migration from foreign countries The affirmative was represented by Milo Carter John H Williams And Chas Seal the negative by Carl Quicksall Joe Estep and Hepdricks Lykins The judges were Miss Tumy a lady visitor from Chicago and Misses Hines and Miller of the faculty and they rendered a decision in favor of the negative Death of Uncle Joins Adams Uncle Jams Adams as he was familiarly called by his friends died at Maytown Sunday night from diseases incident to old age Hey had been a minister of the Methodist church for fifty or sixty years and was well known toa majority of the people aill aver this section where he was held in high esteem Nearly every one spoke of him as a good old man and hundreds of people will mourn his demise Ho was a member of Maytown Lodge F A M the members of which had charge of the funeral and burial The funeral was held at Maytown Tuesday forenoon and the remains were taken to Ezol for interment Illness of John W Cravens John W Craven of our town who has been in precarious health over since he returned from Frank fort was last week taken worse and had two or three hemorrhages of the lungs While he has not been a well man for some time he vas flblo to attend to some busi ness for the Cumberland Pipe Lute Co by which he was employed and one day last week he was called tq U1ac water to sot up a tombstone for the late Kelse Mur phy where he was attacked by spitting blood Monday morning he bad a similar spell and is still confined to hia bed and room Doit Wait Too Loig Tho farm mentioned as for sale iu Our columns presents an oppor tuuitffor a bargain that no man who is wanting a good home and location should let pass Mr Clark has 40 acres of ground bro ken and the farm is otherwise in first class shape School and church both near by and a store house right at the door with its other advantages should attract some one at once Dont delay if you are wishing to buy or you may regret your tardiness when it is too late The season for advertising stal lions and jacks is at hand and THE HERALD job department is prepar ed to turn out bills for all who want them at the most reasonable price and the shortest time possi ble If you want anything in this line now is the accepted time to bring in your orders Mrs Lane Holliday nee Lane Taulbee of Hobart Okla has been visiting her mother Mrs Wm Taulbee of Adel for a few weeks past and on Friday night last accompanied by Mrs Harlan Nickell qf Morgan county she visited Ellis Johnson and family Ellsworth Lacy and family who have been residents of our town and vicinity for a tew years past have sold out furniture and fix tures and will go to Bushtou Ill to live within a tew days D W Brown of Boonevillo was in town from Saturday until Mon day ACADEMt NOTES 0The number of matriculates is 304 The boys H B and U D soci eties are preparing to give a pub lic debate at or about the endof the present term Miss Tumy a real estate lady of Chicago visited Miss Miller and the school last week She is fa vorably impressed with the school and the mountain people The following spent Sunday with homefolks Misses Bessie and Net ty Hollot and Maw Nickell i Messrs Bruce McGuire Troy Arnett Otis and Arthur Kash and Grant Rose Bro JDorthick spent last week speaking to the people of Eastern Tennessee urging them to help the C W BM in establishing a school there similar to the Hazel Green Academy We earnestly hope that his efforts will succeed and the people of that sootion will be bless ed with the opportunity of one more school The representatives of Morgan county challenged the remainder of the school for a ball game Satur day evening The sooro at the end of the eighth inning stood 0 to 8 in favor of the combined forces The game was stopped on account of darkness They played another game Motiejay evening and at the end of the eighth inning the score stood 8 16 5 in favor of Morgan Threatened With Indictment The sheriff of Brealhitt county is threatened with indictment on the charge of failing to execute the process of the Circuit court Last week Commonwealths Attorney Kelly Kash with the assistance of some of the grand jurors who are both ministers and members of the Law and Order league caused to be issued over 500summons for that many citizens to appoar before the grand jury for the investigation of the illegal sale of whisky and other offences A num ber of these summons were not exe cuted the sheriff claiming that it was not poijljiblo for him and his duputies to attend to the business in the limited time offered him Sheriff Crawford is the uncle of Matt Crawford the distiller why has been indicted in 10 cases by the presentgrand jury A Now Telephone Line J Taylor Day has employed Charley Hiley of Clay City to reconstruct the telephone line from Torrent to Lee City via Hazel Green He will have an exchange here and rent boxes to those who desire them This is one of the most needed enterprises that has been inaugurated in this section and everybpdy wishes Mr Day god speed in his undertaking The line will coyer about 30 miles in all and there will be boxes at all important points so as to render greatest satisfaction to the great est number Some one last week sent us a copy of Forwarda Hebrew paper published in Now York It is no doubt very interesting and contains lots of news but as our Hebrew education was sadly neglected in our younger days we are unable to decipher the hieroglyphics Taylor Day is having the old store building known as The Racket It converted into a d veil ing is building a large salt lime cement and pjl house and is re pairing the cellar under his store in a first clags manner George Riiigo formerly of this place and llately cashier in the freight oiiice of the C 0 railroad at Logon W Va has accept ed a clerkship iu J T Days store at this placo and entered upon his duties Tuesday W A OldftSlds will have a pub lie sale of live stock produce farming implements household goods etc jit his residence near Toliver Saturday March G For further particulars see bills print ed at this office Special Bailiff Pelfrey with a state subpoena from the Breathitt Circuit court was here Saturday and Sunday after Henry Vauoleave a witness for the state in the Allen Tutt murder case and captured his man Sunday Mr Bryan representing Bryan Goodwin Hunt of Lexington and Mr Fairish representing the Keer Roller Mills Co of Winchester were in town yesterday t rr Misery in Stomach Why not start nowtoday and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieted stomach gets blues and grumbles Give it a good oat take Popes Di Upopsiu to start the digestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of undigestied food no feeling like a lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn sick headache and Dizziness and your I poison1yourPapas Diapopsm costs only 5 cents for a large case at any drug store here and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in five min utesThere is nothing else better to take Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and intestines and besides one triangule will digest and prepare for assimilation into tho blood all your food the same as a sound healthy stomach would doitWhen Dlapepsin works your stomach restsgets itself in order cleans upand then you feel like eating when you come to the table and what you eat will do you good Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to begin taking Dia pepsin Toll your druggist that you want Popes Dlapepsin be cause you want to be thoroughly cured of Indigest- ionSHERIFFS SALE lly virtue of an Execution No 1471 di rected to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court in favor of G M Center agulnst K II Haddix and C L Terrell Iur one ol my deputies will on MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 between the hours of 10 oclock H m and 4 oclock p iu at the court house door in Campion Wolfe county Ky expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the fol lowing property or so touch thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt in terest and costs to wit t A curtain tract or boundary oiJ land lying and being in Wolfe County Kyon the Widow Fork of lied River and hounded ns follow towit Rr ginning on a Chestnut tree near the old I school house branch above the County Road running 11 straight line to the the nrp of the rid thence with the ridge to Ten nin Huddlxs Hue to a stone thence with her line across the valley to the topnl the ridge where IK M Walters nod Tims Waii ters Jr Intersects thence with 1 l jr Walters line to n stone thence a straight line to the forks of a small drain to a Val not on the right of said drain thence a straight line across the valley tu the beginning Levied on as the property of E Iii Haddix Terms Sale will be made on a credit of six months the purchaser to execute bond with approved security te lute the force and effect of a replevin bond Witness my hand this 8th day of Iebru nry 1009 JOIIV W COX 273t Sheriff of Wolfe County Thor are mo fernIIPattoraumdtntMllnllel Stile than of any oihtr rnakt o I piafcni Till l on account ol their nye accuracy and liut lKlt- jrMcCnlli Magazine Th 0u encf FtililonUu mor iubltril r lhn nyother LldKi Mt nnc Out par bclpllo U numbs eon ao eon to Lust- hnmbr 3 con 4 Kv ry mbicribw CI t IccaUIu tam 1ree uucriti today Lady Arenl Wanted ttindiomt pnirtuni ar UWrmlcaih 600 htent n4 PreminiCiutc phola6oolpre Mat Area AHitu Til UcCALL CO Kt Yank SWEET CLOVER The best fertilizing hay and grazing plant known 4 NO FAKE For seed or descriptive circular address J T MARDISFALMOUTH KY Reference Pendleton Bank Falmouth KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR 1fooOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONEY REFUNDED WJ S lutll BXMOIIIY KKlKKSKNTINO THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of East ere Kentucky and guarantees prices and l quality of goods Hold orders for him Closing Out IrATCOST AND CARRIAGE WinterALL r OltGoods MISSES MAPEL TROY have just received a pretty line of Christmas Goods something that Is useful as thelittleandhatpriceWe TREEInI I call and investigate our complete line of handsome Christmas presents OUR fFRUIT ILINE IS COMPLETE Anything you want In this line for the lemonsbananasAny young man can be suited in our Christmas line if he wishes to buy some thing for his best girl Call and see MAPKL rte TIIOY THE PEOPLE OP HAZEL GREEN 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 than k lr ever before PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yard Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can 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 sistant for which they can not make room with the goods THE BLUE GRASS FARMER EDITION OF THE f LEXINGTON HERALD FOR 75 CENTS- For fthe next three mouths ve offer this exculleut news and agrit cultural paper at a cut rate the regular price being mil per year Fill lout attached coupon THE HERALD Inc Lexington Ky FARMERFind enclosed Totf for which send me THE BLUE edition of THE LEXINGTON HERALD for one year Signed 0 Postollice State A jREVOLVING HEAVY IRE Rae 0oaaa 5INII E WUIT FENtELea- OE KAIBI LL KANSAS Cf Y i40 U M S POULTRY FENCEVery Close Mesh I ConpltM raoWtUr t4 asx rhpr Ibu luUUf Writ toe oJac tlolat to llaa ot toociaI tM 011- sSSurxKX CG1IoIIAa BLK cur ire The Wiooster Bank WINCHESTER KY a N H WITUEHSPOON President raid Up Capital i S100OOOOO Undivided Irolltn i 1 10000 UO handsome Depolt of- Efrover i I t 850000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus lueiamengeneralthroughoutEastera ers every facility and the most liberal legitimatebanking t zFURSHides and Wool Ftathcn Tallow B Mwu Ghana 1Wild1 eccU or oo efchuu a r Bank ia Lou rice Write jp celitandallipingta RfIMi Sabel A 229 L Market St lOUISVlllE KY BhewIaaUo Patna rIivM br tw d1- 1Yad 4IMla 5 tg f r W k n n JP 1C AI vr I THIS GREAT RUMEUY IS RECOMMENDED FOR Acute and Chronic Diseases of the Kidney Liver Bladder- or Urinary Organs and Acute Chronic Rlienimitism Uric acid lumbago or gout PHEVBNTS BRIGHTS DISEASE Dissolves and expels Gravel or Gall Stones It heals and removes irritation Inflamma tion Ulceration or Catarrh of the Bladder The Tost That Tells DOTIIAX ALA Jan 21 1009 i Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton X V Is GentlemenAbout one year ago two of my children suffered badly from weal kidneys and diabetes their urine was very bad and they would have severer spells of dizziness and were all run down r in health I was just about discouraged I tried several remedies and finally a doc improveka Root for kidney trouble with good re I z suits and I decided to get some for the children I noticed there was some im twourgethem until they had taken half a dozen bottles and were well on the 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 A Georgia Woman I SPARKS GA Jan 11 1009 I Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y GentlemenSome time ago I was troubled with kidney trouble hadsevere pains in back and hips Was treated by a physician but without any benefit I noticed some Swamp Root advertising and resolved to give it a trial After 11taking four bottles I was completely j Iicured Have not suffered any pain at all since and can recommend Swamp Root rt to anyone suffering from kidney trouble Sincerely MRS E V STEVENS A Clergyman I NEW ROADS LA Jan 22 1908 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y Dear SirsI write today to the public l that your Swamp Root cured me of kid t ney trouble I was almost past going t tha1nKspasmodic spells with my kidneys 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 took four bottles of Swamp Root and I became a well man This was six years 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 diabetes I had severe pains in my hack and hips A friend recommended Swamp Root and I decided to give it a trial I1 obtained a bottle from 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 Astlc in my praise of this wonderful med iclne and it gives me great pleasure to give testimonial in regard YIts merits- J B ROUNTKEEt i Former Mayor and Member Legislature have sold Mr Rountree Swamp and have also sold it in a number iWe for kidney trouble and always perfect satisfaction J C ADAMS SON N GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKERIJ HAZEL KY I have several fine Coffins in my x shop and am to make to order and on the moat zusoc fnabie terms I also have A r attend all 00 Public i respectfully aolicito- d6t CEO RICE j Ki 4C t T 0 The Vulue of a Remedy l8I Proven By Its euros ELKWOOD ALA Dec 14 1908 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y gretibenefitSwamp Root that I believe it to bo most important for the public to know Its worth Fur the past ten years 1 hat0 been the most miserable of men Did not know what the trouble wns but had to urinate very both day and night was all pulled up generally Could not sleep moro than a couple of hours III a time was greatly distressed after cut ing a meal and was about worn out I had tried nearly everything I could see advertised and hear of without me to any great extent until helpingI October last at Ripan Wis I a one dollar bottle of Swamp commenced taking it iaccording to three lions nnd I followed that with niiuthei bottle und such great relid and benefit from same Unit I purchaser five dollars worth at Huntsyille Ala and continued its use and am now tak- Ing it but in smaller doses and twice R day iu place of four times a day and be Have by the time present supply is used up I will be entirely well I am feeling better now than for ten years past Can eat and sleep first class in fact I am feeling so good that I cannot resist tell ing you about it You are at liberty to publish this testimonial if you wish Very respectfully THOS STALLARD U S A Retired Box 7 R No a Elkwood Alt A Mason JACKSON TENN According to my experience I do not consider there is anything to equal Swamp Root for kidney affection Twice it relieved me when I was com helplessThe I was traveling in Texas when my kidneys become affected andd for ten days I suffered excruciating pain with 8eCre chills Several years previous having been relieved of a similar Attack I naturally sought relief- as before from Swamp Root After using four of the large size bottles I was completely restored aud went pm my way rejoicing and praising Swamp Root This was three years ago and I have bad no indication of a return of tbe affliction J C SMITH Tn 33 Mason A DONALDSON viLIE GA Jan 20 1009 Dr Kilmer Co N Y GentlemenAbout four years ago 1 offered from kidney trouble aud rheumatism in my hips The pain across my back became so severe that I could hard Iy straighten up an could not walk without dragging mv feet I would urinate requently and would have to risetwo or hrec times during the night causing me o suffer from loss of sleep And with the pain I was all run down and began to ose flesh I saw Swamp Root advert et and boughtone bottle to try it After aking it I felt better and could sleep all ieht at night I continued to take it until I had taken four large bottles I- ras entirely free rem any pain in the lack and began to gain in weight I always recommend SwampRoot to my riends as I think the cure iu my case eraurkable Yours very truly M H HICKSOIs Ponalsonvil Ga Fully Satisfied WAYCROSS GA Jan 5 1001 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y Dear SirsDuring last October I suf fered from my kidneys I consulted my physician who prescribed for me but his treatment did not enefit me After reading some Swamp toot literature I decided to give it a trial After taking a few doses I felt somewhat relieved and after two SI lot ties bad been taken I had no pain and W88 completely cured I have not had the slightest pain in my back or hips since From my own experience I can cheerfully recommend Swamp Root to- any one suffering from kidney trouble Yours very truly SIMON MARTIN Mr Martin conducts a carting und transfer business by OF make up and write me descriptive list of farms in Missouri Kansas and fine that will grow the sun at prices 15 to 40 au acre and come where life Is made toler able larmingWhy sweat I and fret life in the vain effort to eke I a mere miserable ribbed root as fay and fathers father did Is so land be had yet awhile a mere song Get of the the timeworn keeps to the grindstone and mr and me help you to better Na J t 1 r IIrDR KILMER Dr Kilmers likeness Is on out side wrapper of every bottle Beneficial in Severe Cases EllUKFJELU T3NN Dr Kilmer Co Jjln hampton N Y Gentlemen I hardly know how to yourSwampHoott greatly troubled with my and with pain in the back with what the doctors termed inflammation of the neck of the bladder Sometimes my back would get In such shape that I almost helpless I had tried several doctors and finallyIproposed to send n sample bottle ofjhia Icdupy medicine SwampRoot free by I sent at once and received promptly sample bottle After taking it I found it did me good I then purchased two bottles from Mr J Elizer After taking the I felt like a new mat and each day rode five miles to teach school You at liberty to this letter or refer anyone to me as I will always glad to tell them what a wonderful this is Mr James Iyens of Snnndersville Tenn is taking it with rood results VerA truly D A MONTGOMERY Member Tennessee Legislature Rural Route No 24 Tenn Mall Carriers Experience BLOUNTVILLE TENN- I have been a rural letter carrier for over five years Some two I taken with severe pains in my I used medicine from my family physician for several mouths without any benefit A friend J D Nelson advised me to try Root but I had no in it I continued to grow worse md at last decided to try mud bought of Long Bros a 60c bottle which gave me great relief I bought two 1 bottles which I truthfully have completely cured me Had it not been for Swamp Root I could have been compelled to quit the ural free delivery service I advise all mail carriers who get pains in their back that Root will cure themII so bad that very often my wife would have to help me to arise M HENDRICKSONI Rural Letter Carrier Route No2 Baptist MinisterI BBINSON GA Jan Kilmer N YIGentlemenSome time ago I suffered everely with pain In my back and hips I1 back pained me continually and I felL miserable A friend recommended Swamp Root I obtained and took the ontents of two bottles when I felt relief ily back has not troubled me since and I thoroughly recommend Swamp Hoot to anyone suffering from kidney roubles as I find it afforded me great relief Yours very truly REV E T DAWSON Results Has Proved DOTHAN Jan 21 1909- Dr Kilmer Binghampton N Y Dear SirsHave been suffering moro less from kidney trouble for the five years and was indnced to try vamp Root to say or give ou testimonial it has cured me I- am a traveling salesman for Messrs Col New York am always raveling on the road Drinking the liffertnt waters affected my Yours respecfully SAMUEL WOLF Every mail brings many unsolicited testimonials from people from all over the States and foreign lands expressing heartfelt gratitude for what Dr Kilmers SwampRoot has done for them Do not let anyone sell some other medicine to take the SwampRootif you do you will be disappointedinsist on getting what you ask for there is no other medicine as good as Dr Kilmers Swamp Root IF NEED MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BEST SWAMPROOT is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble or obliged to disturbance often during the day and get up many times during the night have smarting or irritation in passing or heart to kidney trouble SwampRoot will found just the you need DONT HE MISLED For instance when you ask for Dr Kilmers S vamp Root the Great Kidney Liver Bladder Remedy dont allow auy druggist drug clerk or store keeper to persuade you into buying something else in its place Every time succeeds in selling you a worthless substitute makes more profit but you are humbugged at the expense of your health NOTE Every reader of TilE HAZEL GREEN HERALD who has not yet tried Swamp Root the great Kidney Liver and Bladder Remedy may address Kilmer Binghampton N Y and receive a sample oottle free mall At all dealers in 58c and 100 sizes A Sworn Certificate of Purity With Every BottleSee Inside Wrapper GREEN prepared anyjatyle Handsome Hearse nud will burials when requested patronage is frequently experienced It Prominent accompanied Contractor Binghampton THINKING MOVING WEST It not then your mind for Oklahoma All level productive laud anything under ranging by easy paofitrble away out sustenance from rock laced hillsides your ther when there much good to for out rutsbreak away from habit that your All it takes Is resolution a little nerve Write let conditionI isI PHIPPS Chanute Kansas 1 the kidneys also was mail our merchant W medicine are use be remedy SwampHoot yours Edgefield years aco was back your Swamp faith remedy then can ay Swamp was R 201909IDr Co Dinghumpton ly can It ALA Co or last your Am happy that glltc Co and kidneys United you place of YOU A go due be remedy he he Dr Co from the nose this and Fruit llM8 8mal Trees Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden1 WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS HF HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY If you want a fine razoras good as you can buy for 2call this at office and got one for 1 We also have a few watches good timekeepers that can be bad for 1 each Dont wait until supply ii gonet1 a M 1i LL KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collatedand Concisely Chronicled- The tobacco growers of MontgOmcr County were last week paid 43000iIn part payment for their 1007 crop and iccelvo more iu ii short lime William Barber who fired late acrod of picnickers in Bath comity last summer was last week sentenced to scrve one years in the penitentiary The dates of the Kentucky Slate fair which promises to be one of the greatest in the history of the orgalzation have been set for September 13 to 18 inclus- Ive Quite a number of cases of smallpo are reported in the vicinity of Georgetown The cases all bring very light there is little attention paid to the siti lion Miss Gertie Perry aged 18 years is dying of hydrophobla near Farmington in Graves county which developed recently from the effects of being bitter by a pet dog Christmas day The right of a man to defend his hnmi against the assaults and abuses of others was made elear by the Com t of Appear In reversing the decision of the Lee Circuit court in the case of D B Watson Jr who killed a man for insulting his wifeAnnouncements from Frankfort say that Hon M 0 Rankin commissioner agriculture will war on all who adul aerate field and garden seed and threatens to publish the names of all dealers who handle them If necessary he will prosecute all under the pure food law After being separated for eleven years S5 K Bcird and Miss Mattie Williams both of Powell county were reunited in damage last week at the BrownProc ria hotel in Winchester The bride and room were divorced after a trivial quarrel and she was given her maiden name Lazarus Sumner a farmer was visit- Ing at the residence of Dempsey Goins a neighbor in Grant county when a flock Df wild geese appeared Carrie Goins aged 12 years was sent fora gun and as Ibe was handing it to Sumner it was ischarged and the top of Sumner bead was blown off The premiums for thoroughbred cattle at the Blue Grass Fair to be held at 1 xinglon next August will be well allII lured The American Shorthorn Dreedtt ars association has donated 500 the mericBu Hereford Breeders association 250 and the American AberdeenAngus reeders association 200 This puts the famous Blue Grass fair on an equal noting with many of the state fain Roll of Honor Following is a list of tbose who have paid lhelr subscription since our last report S D Wilson Neola Sidney Bishop DaysboroII Joe P Rose Hazel Green John Kash Hazel Green Mrs Lizzie Maxey Greendale Denoy Nickell Ft Trumbull Conn Wit Lyklns Mt Sterling Neal Nickel Ft Hancock N J W F Alexander Neola Roscoe 0 Wells fitlllwater Goerge W Sally Stillwater George Buchanan Stillwate- rJ WCecll Stillwater Andy Phipps Maytowh W J Gilmore Moody Texas M V Salyer Ignacio Okla S H Rote StillwAter M W Jones Dayaboro Butler Hughes Pomeroyton Jane Little Dayiboro John Barker Stillwafer Mrs Ellen Jones Odessa Mo We have a few pair of those self ghtening scissors left and those wishing to secure a pair must get a move on themselves After the present lot is gone they will cost- you more so come right on with your 125 while they last QUIET BUT HAPPY WEDDING AT MOODY YouDg Wacolte and Newspaper Man Wins Postmasters Daughter In Slater City Married on Saturday February C at 8 p m at the home of the brides parents In- Moody Texas 0 E Eaton Williams of- Waco and Miss Allle Gilmore of Moody Rev B J Berry pastor of the Methodist church in Moody was the officiating minister It was a quiet home wedding attended only by relatives and intimate friends of- the contracting parties but the hospitality aud pleasing social features of the event made it very enjoyable to all present Che bride of this wedding Is an attractive and intelligent young lady the daughter of istmastar W J Gilmore of Moody Thus It will be seen she comes from a good fam lIy and it may be added that she has always bscn greatly admired at the sister city where she was reared Mr Williams has spent much of hit life In this city where his parents Mr and Mrs W B Williams have resided many years But he was born in Coryell county and- there his earliest years were spent Blddlllg goodbye to the family and friends of the bride Monday afternoon the happy couple came to Waco to visit Mr WillIams parenta and left next day for Itaica where- Yr Williams holds a position with the- wild I to make U tbJr futarc home Waeo Twai Tribune l iI r j jI ljjj Every Month writes Mrs E Fournier of Lake Charles La I tused to suffer from headache backache side ache- pressingdow1 Ji pains and could hardly walk At 1 last I took Cardui and now I 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