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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lt i l5yyiNi VI 7 JF 1IW r I Rtv I THE HAZEL GREEN Eft + t re e r 0 Established March 4 1880 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Oontinentby Max ORell 0 tYwOwnerrsndr iII== = n = = nm == n TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 18 1909 NT7MBBR48 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Ellect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND ol ro3 NO b STATIONS ex Dally undi Sunday Sunday Bundiy only r AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am 210 po 7UU um OK Junct 6 lb JIm I 26 JIm 7U3 um Beattyye Jc 7 07 um alO JIm 1 loUl Torrent 7 3Oam 3 41 Itm 81611w Nat Bride 7 45 am 3 66 JIm 8llIuw Campton Jn 7 48 am I 67 pm 828 am Stanton 8 15 am 4 26 pm tlM ow Clay City 8 25 am 4 35 pm 902 am LAEJnnon 9 OOam b 07 pm 1UU3a- mWlaoheter 912 am b 20 pm 1012 e- mLextonar I 9 Ii5 am 6 05 pm 1025 am EAST BOUND No2 IKIi No4 and Daily Sunday es A STATIONS I Daily Sunday PM LyeAMLyLeXington e 7 3b aUl 2 25 pm 0 8 13 amWincheter 202 38 pm l0 8 26 l48 pm UEJunctlon pm 3 60 pin 40 Clay City 40 U 02 am Stanton 44 9 lU am3 58 pm 44 4 30 pm Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 435 pill 57 Nat Bridge 57I 943 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 9 56 am 5 10 pm 70 BeaUyveJo am 605 pm 90 OKJunon 1011011 am ti 10 pm 94 Jackson am CONNECTIONS L 1 JUNCTlONlraIIiH Nos 1 lnd will make connection with the C Olty for Mt Sterling Nos 1 2 CAUPTON JUNCTION Trains Central 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Ry for Pine Ridge and Campton TJKATTYVLLB JUNCTION Train No2 will make connection at Beattyville June with the L and A Hallway for passengers to and from Beattyville O K JuscrIoNTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHAB JlCOTTtienPM Agent Oio liI1tuQll Railway lime Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND No33 No21 8aunydaxSunday pHAaB 0 n PM ABB 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OKJunctlon 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 1105 EAST BOUND NoU No22 Daily ex STATIONS DallyJ Sunay 1 ay AM LvPYLVE7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 t 7 33 21 Helecbawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 11 CI 8 37 10Wilhurst 20 1 51 I 925 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 It 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Lc Nog 21 and 22 will make close connectioi l at Ot K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for t point on the Lexington aud Eastern Rail wayM L CONLEY Superintendent PIOBntalna GOntIal I aillOaa No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600 a mCampton1180 a m 200 pmCampton 600p No2 No1I ARRIVE DEIABT 780 amCampn uno10 05 am 8 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central make- oonneotion I with all L E pas senger trains BeF BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that be carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes t and everything necessary styleayesupplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c C HOS- ENotarv SEWELL Public STILLWATER KY Ofler his professional services to citizen o Wolfe county and solicit the patronage o all who nay lave legal papento execato Mice oUtu renaegce pn BUUter i 1 e J r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends CAMPTON Mrs A C Kash who has been very poorly for some time is im proving slowly S H Kashof Corbin a revenue man for the stateatlarge is at tending court here It is worthy of mention that thore has been very little drunk enness and disorder at this term of pourt The people seem to be united in a common fight against the sale of whisky and all kinds of lawlessnessThe against Clareuce Lin don colored charged with killing Desko Adams also colored was called for trial Saturday but as some of the witnesses failed to op poar was passed until Wednesday of this week Mack Whisman who was indict ed at the present term of court for the murder of Golf Proffit came in Thursday and surrender to the authorities and is now in jail The killing took place Easter Sunday of this year Proffit was shot from ambush It has not been deter mined whether the case will be tried this term or not The close of the first week of the present term of court shows that the whisky men have not been forgotten neither before the grand jury nor the trial jurirs Up to recently there has been what is called a beer club in Campton which was formed only to evade the law This club is now completely broken up The president is now in jail under fines aggregating 280 another member was fined 225 and still another who was arrested and escaped from the sheriff was fined 275 and 80 days in jail More than a dozen indict ments were returned against each of these three men The whisky men from all parts of the county were remembered with similar pun ishments The rule has been adopt ed by the Commonwealths ttor ney Kash aiid County Attorney Stamper that no compromise is to be tolerated but on the other hand there is to be no let up on the prosecutions and every one con victed will be required to pay ev ery dollar of fine or go to jail The firmness and earnestness of Judge Adams and the prosecuting casexa will no doubt soon wipe out whisky selling in Wo fe county May 10 RAMBLER Wont Slight a Good Friend If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Deals Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing its excellent results in my own family and others Iam convinced it is the best medicine made for coughs colds and lung trouble Every one who tries it feels just that way Relief is felt at once and its quick cure surprises you For bronchi croupmla grippe sore throat pain in chest or lungs its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers HALFWAYsClay Wilson and D W Davis left Monday for Perry county to buy a bunch of cattle The recent storm did muc damage to thy crops laud and fences on Harlan Nickells place Harlan Nickell and son Mort last Friday hauled a large veranda pattern for Harry Nickel to San- Caudels place on Licking river regularYvisit to Murphy Fork last Sunday He likes that locality The writer thinks he is after some lovey dovey there Mrs Eliza Arnett of Montgom ery county who has been visiting her father on Gillmore for six months past slso a visitor of Har lan Nickell and wife left for her home Wednesday last Kappfrecipient of a haudaomo erase the other day It is of the Swazetto f 1 TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your Items early so they will reach our office morningMondayIfnot be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only fashion and makes an elegant cos tume Mrs America Nickel her motherinlaw was the expert seamstress and the dress will be worn for the first time to the big show at Cannel City next week Sam Wilson last Friday fiinish ed painting the new homo of Har Ian Nickell It is one of the fin est houses in this vicinity being a nineroom dwelling with a double veranda in front The interior is oak with hard oil finish The whole structure was planned by Mrs America Nickell and she is now the jolliest woman in the sec tionHappy and sinning all the day Because everything has come her way May 10 POET Deafness Can Not Be Cured by local applications os they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Iis- ony one way to cure deafness end that IIs by constitutional remedy Deafness Is caus ed by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Kitstachlan Tube When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling count or Imperfect hearing and when It Is entirely closed Deafness Is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tnbe be restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by Catarrh which IIs nothing but Inflamed condition of the mu coos surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send tor circulars free F J CHENKY Co TOLKDO O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation LACY CREEK Green Lacy who has been sick for some time is improving A P Lay passed through here Monday morning en route to Camp tonMrs J B Hollon has been vary sick for somu time but is better a this writing Miss Ruth Wills of Maytown spent Thursday night with Miss Gracie Sexton Miss Matlee Rose is visiting with her sister Mrs J Cesar Lindon on Gillmore Jeff Cruey and family were vis iting with Clarence Trimble and family Sunday Fire broke out on the Widow Perkins place Sunday but not much damage was done Miss Edna Childers of Stillwa tor was visiting her cousin Miss Zola Childers for a few days W S Trimble H B James and J H Trimble went to Campton on some legal business Saturday Mrs George Beasley and littlee son Lemon visited her mother Mrs Ira Wtlls from Friday until SundayMrs Taylor Center and little son Lona of your town were guests of her father Newton Ma loney and family over Sunday J B Hollon bought of S R Parkins about 75000 feet of hick ory timber which H F Haney will saw into shafts and single trees Mrs Southey Lacy returned Thursday from Stanton where she had been to see her father who is nohbetterJ nt out the other morning and found that his favorite dog had got a dose of poison heicould tut the dog died James 11 Beatty while ripping some hickory timber into buggy shafts at H F Haneys mill in some way lot the saw strike the guage he was using and hitting him in the tide came very near killing him Jim says he was lucky it did not strike him in the face as it might have spoiled his beauty May 10 BERTIE Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR1A 1 STAMPER BRANCH Will Stamper is on the sick list at this writing John Pieratt passed through this section Saturday evening James Stamper went to Camp ton to attend court Saturday Dave Coldiron was a guest of Fred Stamper Thursday night Julia and Ed Stamper were the guests of Mandy Campbell Sunday Fred Stamper was a guest of James Stamper and family Sunday nightDrew Stamper was visiting his fatherinlaw Jahile Phillips lost SundayCleveland Phillips was visiting his sister Mrs Lizzie Stamper last SundayLeslie Stamper was the guest of of his slate Fannie Brooks Tuesday night Tom Stamper had the misfor tune of losing a tIne milch cow the other day Green Stamper bought a cow and heifer from Nelson Nickell recent ly for 27- Robert Sally candidate for mat rimony passed through this sec tion Sunday Florence and Lillie Ratliffe were guests of their sister Mrs Ollie Bush Sunday Curt Bush and wife visited the latters parents John Ratliife and wife Sunday night MrsNannilJ Stamper was a guest of her parents Dennis Hollon and wife one day recently Robert Brooks better known as Hunter passed through here Tues day en route to Campton Tom Stamper wife and two chil dren were guests of George Brooks and family Saturday night Myrtle and Carl Trent were guests of their nncle George Han day and wife Saturday night Taylor Stamper and wife were visiting the tatters parents Andy Ratliffe and wife over Sunday George Brooks and wife and Lil lie and Loyd Stamper were guests of Tom Stamper and wife Sunday Rose Lizzie and Howard Cold iron were guests of their sister Mrs Frances Stamper Thursday flight Miss Stella Clark of H G A crme down to see her grandparents Mr aud Mrs George Stamper one day recently Fred and Drew Stamper and Rollie Clark moved the Perkins sawmill to the Crockett Miller farm on Holly Leslie Charlie and Bluer Stamr per and Charlie Hollon went to Red river fishing oue day recently returning with a fine lot of fish May 10 STOINQTIME Smashes allRecords As an allround laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can compare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver arid kidneys purify the blood strengthen Ithe nerves cure constipation dyspepsia biliousness jaundice headache chills and malaria Try them 25 at all dealers LEE CITY Mrs Ellen Craig and sister took dinner with Mrs J H Dunn last Friday J H Dunn has improved the looks of his yard by having a now paling fence put around it The son of R A Dunn who had the misfortune of having his toe cut of by a train is getting along very nicely Nearly everybody in this section has been attending Circuit court at Camptou Those who had no cases made cases for others Fifteen men from John A Gra ham Cos mill passed through en route to Campton where they are to appear before the grand jury Born to the wife of Richard MerIda a boy to the wife Char ley Patrick a 10pound girl and to the wife of Green Brier a seven pound girl Lee City baseball team crossed bats with the Hazel Green boys Saturday and the game resulted in n defeat for the H G boys They did not need any blueing when the game was over as the Hazel Green boys furnished blue enough May 10 LlLUE t TRENT David Coldirot went to Hazel Green Saturday Taylor Vauoleave went totHazel Green to attend church Sunday Dave Coldiron and James Brown attended church Stillwater Sun dayMrs Ellen Penmngton was a guest of Mrs J H Barker one day recentlyOva of War creek was a guest of Edgar Edwards Saturday night Miles Trent and wife wero guests of tho lattersI father George Beas ley Saturday night Miss Stella Edwards was enter tained at the home of Mrs Geneva Brown Saturday night Henry Buchanan of Stillwater passed through here en route to Hazel Green Saturday Mrs Robert Cecil of Stillwater has been visiting her laugher Mrs J V Brown for the past week Quite a crowd from Hazel Green passed through bore en route to Stillwater to attend church Sun dayEnard and Charlie Trent Leslie Brewer and Michael OHair wont to Red river fishing one day re centlyMr and Mrs Joe Brown accom panied by the latters mother were guests oi George Samples and fam ilySundayMr Mrs Kelly Sally were guests of the latters father Dave Pennington and family last Sat urday and Sunday Miss Dorcas Barker who has been staying with her uncle G P Dyer for the past two weeks returned home Saturday Miss Eva OHair who is making her home with Mrs Lula Kash of Hazel Green was a guest of J H Barker and family Sunday Taylor Center and wife of Big branch passed through here on their way to visit the latters pa rents Newt Maloney and wife SaturdavMrs Brown acoomna nied by her two daughters Ora aud Ola were guests of Elijah Rose and family on the Trace Fork of Stillwater Sunday accompaniedAngeline and Dowey of Hazel Green passed through here en route to Stillwator to visit R J Rose and family Sunday May 10 MOONSHINE Kills to Stop the Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of Gladyvip Mich was a running ulcer He paid doctors over 400 without benefit Then Buckleus Arnica Salve killed the ulcer and cured him Cures fever sores boils felons eczema salt rheum Infallible for piles burns scalds cuts corns 25c at all deal ers NEOLA Arlan Arnett is visiting relatives and friends in Floyd county- J T Day and wife of Grassy were guests of N C Day and wife over Sunday John T Elam went to Cannel City and took in the skating rink Saturday night Thos Heinrich the poultry lean of Neola left for his home in Mt Sterling last Thursday J F Heinrich and G B Wilson went to Wellington the other day after a couple of fine bird dogs L B Williams and M H Davit with their wives of Netty were visitors of N C Day and wife Sun day Miss Miller one of H G Hs faculty passed through here Sat urday on her return to Hazel GreenF P Wilson went to Campton last Monday and bid in two tracts of laud lying on the head of Red river for 070 There are about 150 acres May 10 GRANN- YMAYTOWN Charles Childers went to Meni fee county Sunday- C E Clark of Cannel City is visiting homefolks Nick Childers attended church at Saudfitild Sunday Clinton Spradling called on Miss Mary Phipps Sunday I Arthur Hylton oCHG A vie ited hamofolkaSunday Maud Wilson attended church at Ward onoolhouse Sunday Roy Pieratt of Montgomery county washere the Qtheldayj The recent high waters damaged the farmers in the section very muchBruce Fulks of Bethel visited his fatherinlaw J F Wilson SaturdayPreston Gilly and family left bybighThe little dog of Vok ObHdera killed a copperhead snake meas uring 6t feet Mrs Ada Vest of Bonny iaat the home of her mother Mrs Pat rick quite sick Fire broke out on the farm of George Phipps Sunday destroying quite a lot ol fence Joel Banks of StiUsratir ww yMill8LulaJohn Childere and wife of Va leria visited the formers parents at this place Sunday Tennyson Spradling bad the mis verybadlyHiram Bryant was seen in the place Saturday evening I guess Miss Maud is the attraction R A Childers has the smallest cow ever known in the mountains The cow weighs 300 pounds and the calf 25 pounds May 10 GLENDO- RASTILLWATER S C Rose went to Campton Sat urday and had several teeth ex tractedMisses Myrtle and Hazel Buchan an spent Sunday night with Miss Ninnie Brewer Valentine Brewer and wife of Pine Ridge are visiting relatives on StillwaterM and General Tyra of Holly wereguestapf D 1yraIand family Sunday night It was rumored here that a man was stabbed at Pine Ridge Satur day evening but did not learn the particularsRevs Lykins and Henry Barker both of Grassy cr4ok at t nded the meeting on Stillwater Saturday and Sunday Last Sunday was the regular time set apart by the Baptist church for communion and foot washing at Stillwater and a good congregation participated- S H Rose postmaster informs your correspondent that this will be a money order office beginning June 1 This is a convenience which has long been needed atthis placeJoseph A Rose and son Dewey and John H Rose wife and daughter of Hazel Green D B Tyra and son Erna George Buchanan and sou William Valentine Brewer wife and daughter and S N Osborne were guests of S H Rpae and family Sunday neighborhood aged 82 shot and perhaps fatally wounded Abe Brown Depaty Sheriff Walter Qliver and T P Stamper arrested Trent and took him to Camptpn jail to await re sults Trent cast his first Vote sixtyone years ago tor Zaohariah Taylor for president Abe Brown is a brother of Dodd Brown of RogersMay 10 DOMINGO CANNEL CITY Rev Bicknoll was noticed in our city Monday Hubert Gambill and Kelly Pey ton spent Sunday at Wrigloy Bro Rugan passed through fcpwn this weekon for White 1Mr1 dayMiss Ida Arnett and Garb Davis were married Saturday night at the home cf the brides parents r J T Niokell returned from Louisville Saturday where he has been attending school for some timeBro pfitledat the Christian church here Saturday night and Sunday May 10 ETHELI r r I Jjr IL if J j lj r 2 a J 1 I 11 THE HERALDL Enteredatthe Hniel Oreon Post qoffloaaiiceoiiilolaiamtttter SPENGEB COOPER t Editor f NH HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY May 18 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASII Commonwealths Attorney 1 R HOLLON Clerk firstkber I WOLFE COUNTY COURT 0 T CENTER Judge 5 AtlnrnoyItOBKKT t x Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday In April first Tuesday in October t MAGISTRATES COURTS District Xo lC M Fallen third Friday in March June fteptemoer and Dccen jk ber District Xo 2Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No ember District Ko 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No sP It Leg first Friday In March May August and November District No 6T C Hollon second Frir day in March June September and De cember District No GHoy Hurst third Friday In February May August and November District No 7B T Helton fourth Friday in March June September and De cember District No SJ M Lovelace first Friday in February May August aud No- vemberI DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY For County Judge w B DUn For County Court Clerk k L CARROLL For Circuit Court ClerkJ C L1NLONy For Sheriff GEORGE tV SALLiV For County AttorneyS 0 SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTER For JailerJ C1 LITTLE For Co Superintendent W TAULBEE For SurveyorE CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32ud District J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32- ndDistrictJOIN tWAUGH Yi For County Judger C FERGUSON For County AttorneyJ P HANEY For CoadClerkJ II 8EBAS1IA1 For Superintendent T N BARKER For Circuit ClerkR M OAKLEY For SherlffH B DROWN For JallerI1 C COMBS For Assessor WHIT KEMPLMi For CoronerZACIl HANKV For SurvevorIJ P TURNER The initial number of the Ifn tional Monthly has been received at this office and after a careful perusal of its contents we are com pelled to say that it is the best ex ponent of national politics which has come to our notice It is edit- edi and published by Norman E Mack at Buffalo N Y and he has a corps of contributors embracing the most prominent poli ticains and best writers of the t country Mr Mack himself from the wide experience he has had in the Democratic party the principles of which he is to expound iis eminently qualified to edit such ia magazine and we expect that iit will do much to harmonize and educate the party 1 Kentucky Crop Report Commissioner of Agriculture M departaments report on crop conditions May 1 It says Much rain has fallen during the mouth causing much damage in many sections of the state Hemp looks well and promises a large crop Some large growers are planting a larger crop than ever beforeFruit s has been damaged in some i localities especially peaches cher ries and plums but there is a good prospect for a large crop of apples and grapes The prospect for the oats crop is better than at this time last yearAn unusually large crop of to bacco is promised exceeding nl most all records especially is this so in regard to the burley tobacco About an average crop of dark to t bacco will be planted Tobacco plants are not far advanced as they should bo on account of so much cool weather Live stock are in fairly good condition and a decrease of cattle 1 and hogs are shown on account of i high prices of feed An increase of sheep is shown in many coun ties of the state plantfedf farmers using purebred seed corn There is a small acreage of rye and barley grown in the state and both are looking fairly good Clover is in poor condition Al falfa looks well and the acreage is being increased throughout the en t JJre oIitate t- L i a L 4 t tr iaMMwry kdist BELVA OKLA James Dean spent Sunday with Mr Hasting and family A revival meeting will commence in this community May 9 Bro C D Mead took dinner with W P Creech and family Otis Tutt and wife are working- at the Gyp quarry at present Robert Dolphin was entertained by Miss Cora Hastings Sunday eveningClaude Keath was entertained by Miss Viola Robinson Sunday eveningAllie Long purchased a store building and lot from Joss Haw kine recently The quarterly conference of the- M E church was held at West Creek May 2 Miss Viola Robinson who has quarryfornow The farmers of this community are busy planting and replanting their corn broom corn and kaffi cornMrs Grayson and family and spentSundayMrs Reece goinginevening Wonder if there isnt some attraction for him in that small town May 10 FIREFL- YCONSOLATION Clay Cecil attended court at Campton part of last week John Pieratt of Winchester was in our neighborhood recently on businessMort Wilson and John Brewer of near Daysboro passed through here en route to Hazel Green on businessWillis Lykius and Henry Barker of near Daysboro passed through here en route to Stillwater to at tend church Seborn Walters recently bought two hogs and one calf from Bob Brooks of near Hazel Green but we did not learn the price Clay Cecil has been in the trading line for a few days He recently bought two nice hogs from Sam Kash of Hazel Green but the writer failed to hear the price May 10 GUESS MURPHY FORK Mort Pecil made a hurried trip to Lee City Sunday Malvin Tackett has moved from the J S Pieratt farm to Green briarHiram Greer of Ezel visited nis granddaughter Mrs Lizzie Murphy over Sunday Rollie Cecil and wife of near Gillmore were guests of Ben Murphy and wife recently Heniy Murpny and wife were called Sunday to the bedside of Mrs Kelse Couch on Fills branch who is worse Mrs Nannie Hurt left Thursday to visit her son Cecil at Green briar who of late has been in very bad health A gloomy shadow hangs over the dear old mansion on the hill Henry Lawson has gone and taken quarters on J S Pieratts farm Sunday school at Public Square school house every Sunday after noon Joseph Estep conducting Also preaching every 4th Sunday Jack Frakes the prophet is holding his job down o k on Ben Murphys farm Jack is spotting his eyes on a charming widow and sailing ahead of his rival at every moveJim Williams of White Oak stopped at the home of Ben Mur phy Friday night He brought 54 hogs with him and left them which signifies that the cattle king bought the entire outfit The writer noticed that Ben Murphy has not yet torn down the National Hotel which is located on the farm recently purchased by hum But it will have to come down sooner or later so as to make room for more grass Big John Murphy is working on his farm every day like a tiger He claims it is the best way of re ducing flesh but Ben Murphy says the surest way would be to join the Democratic ranks then the flesh would come down to a focus itselfTwo model young men from a little distance were on this creek Sunday and mingled with our pretty belles They left for home feeling that they had made a good selection and they had Come again boys and you will be the winnersMay 10 POET Polly of the pi1Ct1S next week hr t tfaW o 0 By O HENRY Copyright load by S S McClure Cal RED hnlrod unshaven untidy IAI man Hat in n rocking chair by a window He had just lighte- a pipe and wns putting blue clouds with great satisfaction He had removed his shoes and dunned a pal of blue faded carpet slippers With the morbid thirst of the confirmed dally news drinker he awkwardly folded buck the pages of nu evenin paper eagerly gulping down th dstrong black headlines to be follows- as a chaser by the milder details of the smaller type In an adjoining room a woman was cooking supper Odors from strong bacon nnd boiling coffee contended I against the cut plug fumes from the vespertine pipe I I Outside wns ono of those crowded streets of the east side In which as twilight falls Satan sets up his re cruiting oflloe A mighty host of chll dren danced find ran and played In the street Above the playground forever hovered a great bird The bird was known to humorists us the stork But the people of Chrystle street were bet ter ornithologists They called it a vultureA girl of twelve came up tim idly to the man reading and resting by the window tad said Papa wont you ploy a game checkers with me if you arent too tiredThe rod haired unshaven untidy man sitting shoeless by the windo answered with a frown CheckersI No I wont Cant a man who works bard all day have a little rest when he comes home Why dont you go out and ploy with the other kids on the sidewalk The woman who was cooking came to the door John she said I dont like for Lizzie to play In the street They learn too much there that aint good for em Shes been In the house all day long It seems that you might give up a little of your time to amuse her when you come home Let her go out and play like the rest of em If she wants to be amused said the red haired unshaven untidy man and dont bother me Youre on6ald Kid Mullaly Pit ty dollars to 25 I take Annie to the dance Put up The Kids black eyes were snapping with the fire of the baited and chal lenged He drew out hIs roll and slapped five tens upon the bar The three or four young fellows who were thus taken more slowly produced their stake And oh whatll be done to youll be aplenty said a bettor with antici patory glee Thats my lookout said the Kid sternly Fill em up all around MikeAfter the round Burke the Kids sponge sponge holder pal mentor and grand vizier drew him out to the boot black stand at the saloon corner where all the official and Important matters of the Small Hours Social club were settledCut that blond out Kid was hIs advice or therell be trouble What do you want to throw down that girl of yours for Youll never find one thatll freeze to you like Liz has Shes worth a hall full of Annies Im no Annie admlrerl said the Kid dropping a cigarette ash on his polished toe and wiping It off on Tonys shoulder But I want to teach Liz a lesson She thinks I belong to her Shes been bragging that I darent speak to another girl Liz Is all right In some ways Shes drinking a little too much lately And she uses Ion guage that n lady oughtnt Youre engaged aint you asked BurkeSure Well get married next year maybeI you make her drink her first glass of beer said Burke That was two years ago when she used to comedown to the corner of Chrystle bareheaded to meet you after supper Shi was a quiet sort of a kid then and couldnt speak without blushing Shes a little spitfire sometimes now said the Kid I hate jealousy Thats why Im going to the dance with Annie Ill teach her some sense Well you better look a little out were Burkes last words If Liz was my girl and I was to sneak nt to a dance coupled up with an Annie Id want a suit of chain armor on under my gladsome rags all right Through the land of the storkvul ture wandered Liz Her black eyes searched the passing crowds fierily but vaguely Now and then she hummed bars of foolish little songs Lizs skirt was green silk Her waist was a large brown and pink plaid well fitting and not without style She wore a cluster of rings of huge Imitation rubles and a locket that banged ber knees at the bottom of a silver chain Her shoes were run down over twisted high heels and wereI strangers to polish Her hat would scarcely have passed Into a flour bar eel The family entrance of the Blue Jay cafe received her Whisky Tommy she said as her sisters farther uptown murmur Champagne James Sure Miss Lizzie Whatll the chaser be- Seltzer And say Tommy has the Kid been around today Why no Miss Lizzie I havent taw him today I Im lookln for m Mid Liz after R lih cl oi the chaser had spurted under her n0ge7 Its got to me that he says hell take Annie Karlson to the dance Let him looklnlforyears me and the Kid vc been engaged Look at that ring Five hundred said It cost Let him take her to heII dance Whatll I do Ill cut heart out Another whisky Tommy I wouldnt listen to no such reports Miss Lizzie said the waiter smooth ldadIcbln Kid Mullalys not the guy to throw a lady like you down Seltzer I siderTwo years repeated Liz softening a little to sentiment under the magic of the distillers art I always used eveninsR meddoorsteps and looked at the lights and the people goln by And then the Kid came along one evenIn and sized me up and I was mashed on the spot for takeIllckln for makin a noise And now say Tommy you ever see this Annie Karlson If It wasnt for peroxide the chloroform limit would have put her out long ago Oh Im lookln form You tell the Kid if he comes In Me Ill cut his heart out Another whisky TommyA unsteadily but with watch ful and brilliant eyes Liz walked up the avenue toward the Small Hours Social club At 0 oclock the president Kid Mul lady paced upon tho floor with a lad on his arm As the Loreleis was he softenefto a yah but Its quality of was patent to the most Milesian ears She stepped upon her own train und eyewof Kid Mullaly And then as the two stood In the middle of the waxed floor the thing happened to prevent which many lamps are burning nightly In many studies and libraries Out from the circle of spectators in the hall leaped Fate in a green silk skirt under the nom de guerre of Liz Her eyes were hard and blacker than Jet She did not scream or waver Most unwomanly she cried out one oath the Kids own favorite oath and In his own deep voice and thn while the Small Hours Social club went frau tically to pieces she made good her boast to Tommy the waiter made good as far as the length of her knife blade and the strength of her arm per mittedLiz ran out and down the street swift and true as a woodcock flying through a grove of saplings at dusk And then followed the big citys big gest shame handed down from u long ago century of the basest barbarity the hue und cry Nowhere but In the big cities does It survive and here most of all where the ultimate perfec tion of culture citizenship and alleged superiority joins bawling In the chase They pursued u shrieking mob of fathers mothers lovers and maidens howling yelling calling whistling crying for blood Knowing her way and hungry for her surcease she darted down the fa miliar ways until at lust her feet struck the dull solidity of the rotting pier And then it was but a few more panting steps and good mother East river took Liz to her bosom soothed her muddily but quickly and settled In five minutes the problem that keeps lights burning o nights In thousand of pastorates and colleges Its mighty funny what kind of dreams one has sometimes Poets call them visions but U vision Is only a dream In blank verse I dreamed tbe rest of this story- I thought I was In the next world and there was a great crowd of us out side the courtroom where the Judg ments were going on And every now and then a very beautiful and Impos ing court officer angel would come out side the door and call another case in a loud voice While 1 was considering my own wordly sins and wondering whether there would be any use of my trying to prove an alibi by claiming that I lived In New Jersey the bailiff angelII came to the door and sang out Case No00852743II Up stepped a plain clothes man there were lots of em there dressed exactly like preachers and hustling us spirits around just as cops do on earth and by the arm he draggedwhom do you think Why Liz The court officer took her Inside and closed the door I went up to Mr Fly Cop and Inquired about the case A very sad one says he laying the points of hIs manicured fingers to I gethernn utterly Incorrigible girl III am special terrestrial officer the HevII Jones The case was assigned to me The girl murdered her fiance and com mitted suicide She bad no defense My report to the court relates the facts in detail all of which are substantiated by reliable witnesses she wages of sin Is death Praise the Lord The court officer opened the door and stepped out Poor girl said Special Terrestrial Officer the liev Jones with a tear In his eye It was one of the saddest cases that I ever met with Of course she was Discharged said the court officer Come here Jonesy First thing you know youll be switched to the potpie squad How would you like to be on the missionary force in the south sea islands bey Now you quit making these false arrests or youll be trans ferred see Tbe guilty party youve got to look for In this case Is a red haired unshaven untidy man sitting by the window reading la his stocking feet while his children play In the streets Get m move on yowlll I l How wuat that a Ally GNm t+ttttttiflkrw a M i J MILLINERY Ir selection j tofinishwomanWespecialtyMISS Hazel Green KysdRare DDDortunitg consistsing of seven reom cottage good lot and garden nnd outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general re pair slurp which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being furnished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also machineryWillseparatelyFor ad dress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky POLLY fif th- eCIRCUS By MARGARET MAYO Copyright 1908 by Dodd Mud and Company jHere is a circus romance red olent of the fresh sawdust of the ring vibrant with the incessant clamor of the band pano ramic in its ever moving display of clowns acrobats horses and captive wild animals You will readof Polly the daughter of the circus and of Bingo on whose broad back she rode of the leap of death girliofMuvvcr Jim the boss canvas man and Toby the clown who loved the circus orphan and cared for her like father and mother of Deacon Strong who hated a circus and of Rev John Douglas who grew to love a cir cus girl You will read of gos sip that threatened to divide a pastor and his flock of Ruth and Naomi of a show girls renunciation and of Pollys first and last ride on Barbarian the circus horse This intensely interesting story will shortly begin in THE HERALD and you should subscribe now to get the opening chapte- rsGEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any stylo to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse aud will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RIC- EDR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profeetlonal services to the cltl zeus of Hazel Green and surrounding coun- trY and will answer all calls of affliction Office at lib residence adjoining Hazel + reen HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Mn IOU DAY Proprietor Belt table fare in Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and i lighted by gas throughout and special acl cojmaodntlonj to traveling men J f k dh- niItis1j I Our collection of millinery was se iltherlfuromost fastidious We curry the FAMOUS Acii TRIMMED HATS and that means the very embodiment of style to our customers styllshhlldelrprepared to do fa now having the lair gent line ever curried before cinbracipg- IATTEKN 1 HATS extremely modistej JUKADYTOWEAR in latest shapes r e I lTNTUIMMFn FRAMES with a fine i selection of trimming s f A complete line of MISSES and CEIL i DUKXS HKADWKAR b allfi19 10 jjI Your Inspection Solicitedrfi t t FALAY LONG Ba- nkDAY Ovoninu I REVOLVING IIEAVY OtfA P- Sl I tEwslrrjoa Tai DE KALBILL KANSAS Crfl t4O II UNION LAWN FENCE I I 1factoryj t wwtps rT- bereMemerelieCull Pnlterasv4IDtheUnited r State than ofany ctlur make oll paittrnt Thl U M account ol their style accuracy and dmpiieltyk t McCnllN MnirnrlnrCTIiQuffnof FaiMonJlM tnor iub irhr ti111 ycthtr jaikaMiulea Ou ynri iubwriniin 13 r milr 1 emu 50 centi Lstet numbr 1 cent K very ubicriber jtu a McCtll Pastern Ino SuirlV Ida Lady ARPtit Vnntn Haniwnt wnjhmi liberal ash com n i n 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J1J1 F7 O i ig J Where is k Your HairIn your comb Why so Is not the head a much better place for it Better keep what is left where it belongs Ayers Hair Vigor new Improved formula quickly stops falling hair There is not a particle of doubt about it We speak very posit dvely about this for we know i 1 Does not change the color ou7he hair I 1 17ormulswith nob both Dhow tt to your t doctor uers Ak bln boat tL tbtn do M ho 171 t Indeed the one great leading feature of + our new Hair Vigor may well be said to be thisIt stops fnlilng hair Then It goes one step furtherIt aids nature in r restoring the hair and scalp to a healthy 1 condition Ask for II the new kind 7 V40 by the JCAyer CoLoweltMaus j THE HERALD t y DRINK WAINSCOTTS ROXA KOLA t Roscoe Shackolford of Wilhurst was here over Sunday to see his family S Daniel Henry of Ezelspent from Saturday until Monday with his parents i John Brewer was here Monday i trying to buy mares to haul a big lot of lumber i Ed Doyle of Portsmouth Ohio ll1was a guest of the Day House one day this week t Grassytcrook visited Charley Cecil and 1 family Tuesday i J Taylor Day left Sunday for i Torrent Winchester Mt Sterling and other points Ii Rev J 11 Little and wife spent Sunday with J W Taulbee and i family at Daysboro i slCharley Hurt who is located at Torrent came in Saturday to I spend Sunday with his family Mr Moore superintendent of c Jthe Cumberland Pipe Line was a l guest of the Day House Tuesday t Mrs Charlie Sample and son of Maytown visited her parents Hon and Mrs J P Rose Monday t Ruth Wills of Maytown came up Tuesday to see her grandfather j Uncle Jordan Wills who is very ill Mort Wilson of the Nickell fork last week sold to James Halsey a t 4yearold horse mule for 100 cash i Kelly Cox who recently left here for Muskogee Okla is driv ing a laundry wagon at 10 per week We are pleased to state that Mrs W T Caskey who has been very sick for some time is getting better Jacks1 after an illness of nearly a year U and was buried Tuesday evening Jethro Davis who has been clerking in the J T Day store at this place left Monday to assume a like position in the store at for rent S F Reynolds the harness man is now running his shop at his res idence and says he will probably not remain here longer the first of August Miss Theo Long and brother of Paintsville are visiting a broth er who is a student at the acad emy and his wife who is helping Mrs Daniel Neola correspondence was last week misplaced hence its failure to appear However come again i Pot and we will try to be more 1 careful in the future Charley Rose drove a bunch of 50 cattle and 20 sheep into town yesterday that is sure hard to beat i The cattle are especially nice all I and in fine shape1 1youngThe State Board of Equalization last week increased the assessed valuation of lands in Wolfe coun ty 10 per cent and Morgan coun Jjy 10 per cent on all property It frJ St v f rre J L d w JiL bI The Ball Game The ball game here Saturday between Lee City and Hazel Green resulted in a victory for the visiting team the score standing M to I 12 It was one of the most inter eating games that has been played on the Hazel Green diamond this year It was the second Hazel Green team that played andex cept for an error they had the vic tory won The visiting team had I some fine ball players especially runners and if they keep on im proving they will give Hazel1 Greens first nine a show for their money before the season ends Young Craig captain of the team is an enthusiastic energetic play er and if he weed out one or two andsubstitute a few he will have a fine team Come again boys you are always welcome Shooting in Tho Calaboose William Trent octogenarian shot Abe Brown with a muzzle loading gun Saturday wounding him in the thigh with a load of slugs and buckshot Through the farm of Trent a public passway had been opena long time but Trent got out an injunction had the road condemned and piled brush etc to stop travel Brown one of Trents neighbors regard less of the obstacles endeavored to go through anyway and was removing some of the obstructions when Trent shot him Brown isI a man of family and said to be a good citizen and neighbor gene rally speaking No account of Trents arrest has reached us Wants It To Follow Him Dear Mr Cooper and wife Hazel Green Ky As I have located in this town I will write you so you will know where I am I now have a job with the same firm I worked for when I was here before at 3 pet day and was offered 350 but the work is heavy I have a good job all fish work inside so that beats H G This town is a nice place has 18000 people and has about 18 large factories If I had not un packed I would have gone further on for after I had stopped a man sent for me at 50f per hour If I am duo a paper please send it to my present address Yours respectfully A P DYE- Middletown Ohio 521 Crane St The Hazel Green Fair J Taylor Day president assures us that Hazel Green Fair will be held five days beginning on Tues day Sept 7th and as an earnest of his intention he has ordered through THE HERALD a lot of il luminated printing to advertise the fair Now to help Mr Day along with this enterprise every public spirited citizen should take hold and push the good work along Remember the good work that was accomplished for the country in holding the old fair The country is now in better condition than ever for an enterprise of this kind and if all will tako hold and push it along it is bound to be a success Help the Ladies Tho Cemetery Association beg leave to announce that they have had the new addition to the grounds plowed and sowed in grass ami a fence erected JJ3ut the wire fence for the front will be put up Mon day the 17th just and they ask all the assistance they can get to erect the same Dont forget next Mon day is the day and your help will be appreciated Estill Clark principal ot the Uanuel City Graded school was here Friday and Saturday and left for his home at Maytown Prot Clark has made a great success in handling the Cannel City school and the directors of that institu tion should retain him for another year at least be the price what it may Honry Pieratt of Richmond this week sent Aunt Jude Ward a fine rod Jersey sliote by express with a letter announcing that it was a present Henry has an eye to the inner man as he gets his chuck at Aunt Judes when in town he likes to keep her in good humorII 1 rA t ry t tof Miss Florence Miller of the Ha zol Green faculty attended the C W B 11 convention at George town last week leaving hero Wed nesday and returning Saturday Last week we noted that Ellis Johnson had bought of W A Bry ant of Lee City a bay horse for 100 In fact he bought two of them pretty well matched for 1200It Dr Taylor Center reports the birth of a boy to the wife of Noah Patrick of Daysboro Saturday May 1 i to the wife of Granvillo Moore of Stillwater a boy on the Oth inst President R H Crossfield of Transylvania University Lexing ton visited Hazel Green Academy Tuesday and preached an interesting sermon at the Christian church that nigh- tWANTEDA woman to cook wash and iron for three peoplea good home and better wages than anybody in town pays to one who will do the work all right Apply at this office CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the- signature V J T of JutZcZrt Jolly John Pioratt of Win chester who has been making a tour of the mountain district in Mngoflm county called at THE HERALD office the first of the week en route to Campton On account of Howes Great London Shows at Cannel City Tuesday May 18 and Jackson May 19 Ohio Kentucky Railway will sell tickets at reduced rates Apply to station agents Francis Derthick had the mis fortune to lose his Shetland pony while it was en route to Tennessee It took cold resulting in pneu monia aud died despite all efforts to save it Bro Derthick had charge of itNeoa Ky May 009 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir I send 1 by Sam Wil son for one years subscription for THE HERALD Uncle Sam gave it so much praise I thought I would try it one year Nits AMERICA NICKELL Wm Freickmnn a piano tuner of Cincinnati came in Tuesday evening and is a guest of the Day House He tuned Mils Daisy Days piano aud several others in town for individuals and one or two for the academy John Ward had a case of canned beef arrive at his home Tuesday evening last which he had not pro dered t tit he says he will keep it just the same His milk cow came in with a tomato can fastened up on one of her hoofs That very elegant lady and our good friend Mrs Belle Godsey has placed the editor and his bet ter seveneighths under obligations for a few dozen spring onions and a mess or two of lettuce for which she has our thanks F 11 C Donoyl1 Louisville i J W Duncan Lexington W H Mauker West Liberty i 11 E Pennington and J P Eamis Lon don were registered at the Day House Saturday and Sunday Sat urday the ball team from Lee City registered Jack Ritteuhouso has contracted with the Hazel Green Oil SL Gas Co to pipe the gas from Pattons property on the hill to Ritten house Ranch about 1500 fuel He puts in his meter and is to pay 25fi per 1000 feet for the gas He also furnishes his own piping Nearly all of the male citizens of Hazel Green were summoned before the grand jury yesterday In fact all who signed Crock Cold irons petition for a better road from Hazel Green to Helechawa and all attended as far as we know except those who had a val id excuse I i u j INSKO J W Bailey made a business trip to Jackson a few days since Rev W H Elam went to Edna a few days ago on business Sherman Elam made a business trip to West Liberty a few days agoSouth Stamper of Cannel City was hero the other day on busi ness1F P and Win Bailey Jr made la business trip to Salyersvillo a few days ago A Mr Armstrong of Texas iis in this vicinity visiting friends and relatives Rev Andrew Crane was in Ma goffin county the other day attending to some business Samuel and George Wheeler re cently passed through here with ia nice bunch of young cattle George and Marion Frisby of Ganey were in this vicinity Satur day and Sunday visiting relatives and friends James Rudd and James Center of Magoflin county were in this section a few days ago on impor tant business Mrs Jordan Phipps died a few days ago after an illness of about fifteen days She had been mar ried only about two years and was only 20 years of ago She leaves a husband one child a sister and one brother now in California and her parents Win Bailey Sr and wite and an army of friends in this community to mourn She was buried in the home graveyard May 10 NAT Lived 152 Years W m ParrEn ands oldest manmarried the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 182 and lived 20 years longer Prople should be youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young I feel just like a 10year old boy he writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For thirty years kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonder ful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown or old people Try them 50c at all dealers Special Notice The Vauceburg School of Pho tography are advertising for stu dents Did you ever stop to think that this is one of the best paying professions of the present ago and no one taking it up It costs money to be a doctor a lawyer and many other professions but it costs little to be a photographer and a good one Write The Vanceburg School ot Photography for further Information Vanceburg Ky Please mention the paper you see this in Fairs in Kentucky So far as we can learn the fairs ached uled for Kentucky during the present year are as follows- Georgetown July 27 to 31 Henderson July 11 to 31 Stanford July 31 to Aug 2 Winchester August 3 to 0 Madisonville August 3 to 7 Danville Augusts to 7 BLUE GRASS FAIR Lexington August 9 to 14 Taylorsville August 10 to 13 Union town Angust 10 to 14 Harrodoburg August 12 to 14 Brodbead August 17 to 20 Leltcbiield August 17 to 20 Barboursvllle August 18 to 20 Sbepherdsville Angust IS to 20 Ewing August ID to 21 Shelbyville August 24 to 28 Florence August 25 to 28 London August 25 to 28 Springfield August 25 to 28 Frankfort August 31 to September 2 Hardinsburg Aug 31 to Sept 2 Bardstown September 1 to 4 Tompkiusvllle September 1 to 4 Fern Creek tfr ptember 1 to ft j Scott lIIe September 2 to 4 f HAZEL GREEN FAIR Sept 6 to IOI Hodgenvllle September 7 to 9 Monticellc September 7 to 10 Paris September 7 to 11 Glasgow September 8 to 11 Scottsburg September 18 to 17 STATE FAIR Louisville Sept 13 to 18 Scottsville September 15 to IS Falmouth September 20 to October 2 Bedford October 1 to 2 FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER S SONS LEXINGTON KY Write for Free Catalog J II H I I I I AIBIIII ipIlj ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT AVegetabtePvpardionfors- lii slmllall ualinglWiii DigeslionCbredulId l InessandlfestContaiasneirar0piuntMorphlnc NOT NARCOTIC i 1- 1affbreIoldzkcjlS7zfTlJllll i rewa flaata Seaf RrdtUtti Nirtiad- b wr IKraSced V AperkctRemedyfortbnsiipalion J Worrasfonvulsionsfevtrish j ness andLoss OF SLEEP I Facsimile Signature of kw NEW YORK Atb months Old 35 DOSES 35 CENTS h Iut rantged r Exact Copy of Wrapper d f CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof IIaUse For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA r YNLENtUNCNMNYNtwx0119 1fJ RASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise rt Announce to the citizens of Hnzi1 Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of LADIES S ES GENTS s Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etciand that Itheir general line embraces fineDress Goods Dry Goads Notioni SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspe- ctionCECIL BROS tir DealersJin General Merchandise Country Produce etc l- Our stock of Spring and Summer Goods is complete 4 All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens t CALICOESat 5 Cents a Yard I OUR FINE LINE OF SHOESand OXFORDSare uptodate and will astonish you If You Dont See What You Want Call For It t1 1 1 ii- I t J watch this blankspace 1 NEXT 11EE1aI tAs tho oil will bo knockoo out it z- It 1 L 0o v r = = == MORGAN COUNTY 1 I NATIONAL BANK IEr OF CANNEL CITY KY S CAPITAL 2500000 ft Ltij SURPLUS 500000 h w UNDIVIDED PROFITS 205551 Om I fS AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY fullWlr 11M L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice n to CUSTER JONES Cashier presJn r JJ Ilrt i YWYY I w 1 i Ir y ur P Iu7y8 wi7IfIIJ t Wflli a 1 A1 r 41 rtl Yi r e fr Il n Ou = WE WANT- YOUR EGGS DURING MARCH APRIL and MAY- We ship in carload lots therefore can pay better prices than others We also pay the highest prices for nil kinds of Poultiy Eggs Beef Hides Old Rubber Brass Copper Ginseng and Yellow Root THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house now Remember we pay CASH for everything we buy t HEINRICH TOOHEY Post Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA GRPw JOHNwi- ll make tile season of IflO1 at my barn on the head of the Nickell Fork of Grassy 1 mile north of Daysboro on a part of the old Caleb Xickell farm at JG to insure living colt Barren mares given special attention with 1m pregnator Money due when mare iis parted with in any way or bred to an other horse or jack and lien retained oui colt until season money is This Jack is 14 12 paidIbest breeder in Morgan GrayJack accidentscCOROLUS OHANEY Dajsboro Ky 1 Five Years of Heart Trouble Cured b Dr Miles Heart Remedy Before I began taking Dri Miles Heart Remedy I had been suffering from heart trouble fo over five years I had pains iin my left side and under my shoulder blade could not sleep on the left side and was so shot- of t breath the least exertion would bring on the most distress ing palpitation I had scarcely taken a half bottle of the Hear- Remedy before I could see a marked change in my condition When I had taken six bottles I was cured MRS C C GORKEY Northfield Va If there is fluttering or palpi tation it is an indication of ai weakness of the nerves and mus des of the heart It is not neces sarily diseased just weak from overwork The heart may be weak just the same as the eyes stomach or other organs Yo can make a weak heart stropg by taking Dr Miles Heart Rem edy Get a bottle from you druggist take it according to di rections and if it does not bene fit he will return your money POLlYi pfthe 4 IRCUSt Is COMING toTOWN iiim AFTER ALL OLD THINGS ARE BEST AND WHO IS NOT THRILLED IN THE STRANGEST WAY BY A if TALE OF THE GOOD OLD CIRCUS DAYS Shes theprettiest daintiest most appealing littlecircus girlthat k you have ever seenISheissoattractive and shehas i had surhan interesting life 11 that we have arranged for heriii to appear onlyforus I READ THE STORY OF POLLY AND IN A LITTLE TIME YOU WILL THINK AS MUCH OFII POLLY OFTHE CIRCUS XaikS WE DOII I iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiimniiiiiiniiiiiimii I JE11IJ l f KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicledygrowers county have pooled their product for a higher price Clarence Cobb a Jessamine county school teacher died last week of ptomaine- r poisoning caused by eating stole canned salmonCharles Finley who was pardoned by Governor Willson for complicity in the hometHe was greeted with a grand ovation by his friends A conservative estimate of the amount durinGtand this is not counting the crops washed away or damage to the land Col Bennet H Young of Louisyille and S A Cumminghnm of Nashville Tenn have purchased the birthplace of Jefferson Davis In Todd county for the D A C as a memorial park Floyd Frazier who rut Mrs Ellen Flamerjd throat with an old case knife in May 1907 causing her death was sentenced to be hanged at the recent term of Letcher Circuit court recentlygvalued at 2600 to Cave Bill Cemetery- r Association for the caretaking of her grave and those of her parents Mrs Samuel Green of Mt Sterling fell down a flight of stairs breaking her leg and pulling her hip out of the sock et Owing to her advanced age 67 years fears are entertained for her recovery Bill Hatfield after serving eleven years of a life sentence fora murder com mitted eighteen years previously in the noted HatfieldMcCoy feud in Pike coun ty was last week paroled by the prison commissionIn last week Will Hutch colored was held over to the grand jUry in the sum of 1200 for maliciously strik ing and wounding with a deadly weapon known as a baseball bat Kodes Brent also colored Mathem Bynum and Williird Wylie shot and killed each other over family troubles near Dukedom in Graves coun ty Wylie married Bynums sister some time ago causing trouble which was renewed when the brothersinlaw met The storm of Friday night destroyed a most remarkable apple tree belonging to Wm McAnespy Mr McAnespy says to his own personal knowledge the tree has borne fruit for fortytwo years In all that period it never failed in any year to have an abundant crop and he has himself helped to pick the apples every year One year the frost did manage to kill all the bloom but the tree wouldnot be outdone and putting out new growth and new bloom bore a crop of fine ap yles late in the fall Farmers cor More head Mountaineer From Jackson Breathitt county down the Kentucky River up the Ohio to Cincinnati and from there to Quebec Canada then across the Atlantic Ocean to England is a rather long and expen sive route by which to ship timber but It was made necessary in this case The timber in question was white and burr oakwhich is preferred for shipbuilding hence the purchase so far from home A cut of 160000 cubic feet of this oak was cut from the forest along the Ken tucky river near Jackson It was hewn square thrown into the Kentucky river and tied into raft From the mouth of the Ktntu ky the tug D T Lane towed It to the wharves at Cincinnati As fast as the rafts arrived they were cut up the timber hauled up in freight cars andsent East It will take about two hundred and fifty cars to move the entire consign ment of timber from Cincinnati to Que bee The timber varies in length from thirty to eighty feet Lexington Leader For Sale Two of tho Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot i five rooms in each house Apply at this office A Record Fleece We have a number of times ad vocated the feasibility aud profit of raising Angora goats by the farI mers in this section and the fol lowing excerpt from the Hancock Clarion bears out the assertion of what profit is in them W R Grant of near Lewisport is rapidly gaing a reputation as a breeder of fine goats and as a re sult is making a high record in the sale of fleeces from same A short time since he shipped to a New York firm the fleece from one of I his Angora goats raised in Hawes ville and received for the clip the neat sum of 434 ab follows One and onehalf pounds at 1 per pound 4 ponnds at 50 cent per pound and 8 pounds at 28 cents per pound making a total of 8 12 a pound This is certainly an excellent fleets r Iud Mr Grant would like to hour from anyone who has an animal whose fleece hoe netted fti much jnonejr M this r A Simple Remedy Cardui is a purely vegetable extract a simple nonintoxicating remedy recommended to girls and irregularityfallingother form of sickness peculiar to females TAKEff I It Will Help You Mrs ifi 0 Beaver of Unicoi Route No1 Mar bearingdownpains in shoulders nervous palpitation and other troubles I cannot mention but I took Wine of Cardui usedforAT ALL DRUG STORES COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF HAZELGREENACADEMY Saturday May 22 Wednesday May 26m PKIMAKY and INTERMEDIATE Graduating Exercises Saturday Night May 22 BACCAiAf UEATE AiiDKESS Sunday Morning May 23 at Christian Church by Bro Wesley Hatcher of West Liberty Ky YOUNG MENS DECLAMATORY CONTEST Monday Night May 24jIYOUNG LADIES DECLAMATORY and YOUNG MENS OIIATOIUCAL CONTESTS Tuei day Night May 20 GRADUATING EXERCISES Wednesday Morning May 26 at 930 oclock Rev T S Tinsley of Shelbyville Ky will deliver the Graduating Address The grand oratorio TiiE HOLY CITY will be rendered Wednesday Night May 26 by fifty trained voices Everybody cordially invited to be with us throughout the whole of the Com mencemcnt Week M O CARTER Principal lixR ImpOSING DISPI- IIYEXQUISITE OFIr a j MILLINERY together with a large array of original models and becoming creations of millinery artists The artistic arrangements of the trimmings should command and win the admiration ap proval and patronage of the lovers of correct headgear MISSES MAPEL TROYT- HE MILLINERS One Door Weft of PO Hazel Green Ky I Kash Johnson RashDEALERS IN General MerchandiseOO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general storest Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits andIVegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially theirfHAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of profit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stork including in the Jot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Lest Kash JohnlonKahl t rJi LAC J 1