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J Ii1 1 I I Ii I t 4fc n P7T l IiIr ijirI I r rz i f i f 1 I i I I I I TiA i J I i f al EI GREEN I HERALEL0- ii = Establlshe f March 4 1885 Made Famous Inthe Story ofJonathan and His Cont1nent by Max ORell 0 f r I T i peSCKK Owner aoPERThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a YiarinAtiaici 1 11ii 1 rTWETV hIFTII YEAR iI iHA El GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST l9 1908 NUMBER 8 I Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect June 21 1908Ii i WEST BOUNDINo i STATIONSiyexISnl Sunday only AMIve IMlve lAMIve Jackson 6 10 Dill 2 JO poiI 7UOam- OiKJuiict 6 15 put ii J5 pm 7U nut Beattyve Jcl 7 07am 3 IO purl 754uu Torrent 7 30 urn 3 41 f Nat Bridge 7 45111ll 3 56 pmlli1511111 Cauiptou Jti 7 IS IIln I 57 Stanton I S 1511111 14 26 pm 554 nut Clay City 8 511111 435 pm Htr am LEJuncuf 9 00am 5 07 pnil 1005 11111r Winchester H I12am 5 20 tun hItIIS aw Le xtoll ark 9 55 aw Ij QJ 1pml1JO um EAST BOUND It Daily No ex j =1 STATIONS II No4ISunday e I i 2 I PMIvel j j ILye 225 pull UiIxillltou U 7 3i 11mJJ 2 33 Iuio Wiuebester 20 S 13 am 2 IS pill ilIEJuuctiou 8 lli put 3 50 pniUo Clay Cityj 10 J U2 am 3 TS pm44l Slantou HI 9 10 am 4 30 pull iCauiptou Juntii y 38 pm 4 15 ptu57LNnt Bridge o7 9 43 I1Ill 4 47 pwI6lTorrent 61 9 5t urn I 5 lU pw170 HeattyveJcOKJuncn 70 10 17 amtIi U5 ptn19U OKJuncnJackbu VO 11 15 am U 10 p1ll191 J4 llJO uiu CONNECTIONS L K JtMTlox liaiii Xis land wit male oonuntiou with the U it OUy for Jlt Sterling CAMITON XlTworraius Nos i 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mouutaiu Ceutral Ity lor Pine Kidge and Camptou1- 5KATTWL1K JL Twlruins No 2 will make connection 1cnttyville June with the 1tud A Uaihvay for pas enters to and from ISeattyville OKJcscrIUNTrains Xos 3 and 4 localjIItaliouliW A MciO11 ELL Ueueral Manage- rcaAtiSCOTTUeuPassAgent Oi KBUliicRi HallwayI i I i t lime Table May 21 I9O6 WEST nOUNDi No33 f No21D- aily i ex = STATIONS =DailY ex Sunday mm Sunday PM ARE 0 27 IMARB 5 20 0 Cannel Cityj22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawu 20 12 19 j 45 13 Lee CityJ13 12 13 4 05 20 lIaIllIIOuI11 11 51 3 52 22 0 11 44 3 10 27 OKJuuctioul 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 aNo22Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sundaya Sunday AM LvxP31j LVF 7 10 27 Canuel City 0 1 00 7 33 2liHelechawa 6 117 7 45 19 Iee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 131 44 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Noa 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at O K Junction with Xos 3 and 4 for points ou the Lexington aud Eastern Rail waytf L CONLEY Superintendent mountain BmtM Railroad No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a inCamptonll30a m 200 p uiCaniptou G00pm No 2 No1 ARRIVE DKPART 7 yO amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 30 pmCampu June 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pus senger trains B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that he carries- a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clotbe- and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style Special caskets supplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and tacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones G C KOSE SEWELL INotaryI STILLWATER KY Oflers his professional services to citizen o Wolfe county lid solicits the patronage o sill who may Lave legal papers to execute Offireal hu residence on mill water I 1 f Irj COIUNTlY NEWS 1 7 r Local Itemsi ofgciierdl ill I Ncsl to u majority ofour readers espevfc ally distaii t friends l I HCAMPTON A ID Lykins hd very ill at tats writing I 1 Quite a crowd attended the figi meeting on tilwjater Sunday fitI fore 1 last i Mr and Mrs Rollie Bailey of Dayton Ohio are visiting friends i relatives here jI Misses Verna Brown of Louis ville and Lillie Muse of Midiflp tt- 11J1iBrownt i I Kelly Folks wits again tried Ijist t Saturday before fudge Adams jfor the murder of his cousin Hob Fulks This was the third trial and bail was again refused 10ii 10Aug I Washingtons Plague Spots I lie in the Ilew marshy bottoms of f he Potomac this breeding groraudh of malarial germs These cause chills fever and ague jil1 iousness jaundice lassitude wtjak nesH and general debility hud bring stiffening qr death to thxm sands yearly But Electric Bitters never fail t destroy them and ditto malaria troubles They are the best allround spateJ and cure for malaria 1 ever u edwrite Ilj MtJames of Louejlen S C Ijhoy cure stomach liver kidney wid blood troubles and will pnjent G1taranteedf eIIrsff ANDSAW 1 1 1 J M Swaiigo has boon OII the sick iist foe some time tt- All the votersjin this sectioii at i tend the Oonvention at Cum ton Saturday j i onitt- Saturday to soo his family return ii- ing Monday I ii- C II Lovekujd will get hibig i boiler in this week and theu he will be ready to start up iprk He will use a baud untiltt t rMrsed as giving birth to a girl isjvery sick and the attending physician Dr Center fears a bad cad of fever i The completion of the lilurst school house is expected this peek K M Hajsey the teacher intqrms I us that he will commence teabhiug I as soon as it completed i John Dilton who went toJMid dletown Ohio about two peeks I ago in search of work ret rned home Sunday and reports tjhings at that place very uiscouragijig j W H Dean and family Baited the family of FraucisMaddU last Sunday and report a good tiiie as they had apples and watermelons set before then frequently wring the day f Howard Miller left last week forI Middletown Ohio thinking that he might find a better plactj than old Kentucky But we believe he will be like the rest of till boys and return i Joe Rose of Hazol Green I was RttIiffewhom Ratlifffillede r Wednesday before Squire I rooks at Hazel Green J I A very sad accident happened here last Friday LiJ5htin struck the house of John jftiulbej 11who lives on the farm of E T Kash There seemed to be two boftp onet striking the upper gable fearing it and the loft away and striking the cook room and the chilnaeysbursting it from top and struck Mrs Taulbee on the right hip and running to hpr foot She is in a bad coiditioo TheI hpHseTwukseti ou fires and d4 someI damage i Aug 1C foxr I If you want a fine razor as Roodl as you can blty T for Ccalf this at office and got one for 1 jVe also have a few j watches gold timer keepers thapcan be hadlfor 1L reach Dont wait nfatil supply ur I I gone itii II- t L I jII 1 t j j jii i I I IIII jj I II I 1 1i J I I L n TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your items early so they WIllreach our office zoomingMondayifnot be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only LEXIE Mrs J P Rose spout Saturday with Charley Sample and wife Lexy Elkins our prominent mor chant is very sick at this writing Jolla D Rose of this creek is very sick Dr Nickel is attend ing him Quite a crowd from this place went to Campton Saturday to at tend the convention Frank Johnson and Frank Sam ple of this place went to Lexing ton Friday returning Saturday Stevie Rose of this creek left Friday morning for Mt Sterling where he will upend several days Taylor Center and wife of Big branch were visiting the latters parents Newton Maloney and wife first of the week Sum Kash wife and children of azel Green wore visiting Mrs Rushs parents Charley Sample and wife Sunday Mrs Uasar London of Gillmore creek was visiting her parents J P Rose and wife of near Hazel Green Thursday and Friday Mrs G lr Center of your town Sunday with Clayton Cen er and family Claytons children have the whooping cough Beulah and Golden two daughters of Clarence Trimble and wife spent a pleasant Sunday with their grandparents Newt Maloney and wife II L Childers wife and daugh ter Della of this place were visit ing IL II Childerd and fllmilof Stillwater last Saturday night und SundayAunt Eliza Nickell who has been visiting relatives aud friends in Hazel Green for the post week returned Saturday much pleased with her trip- Dorsey Rose of near Hazel Green left Wednesday to attend the Blue Grass fair at Lexington Saturday much pleased with his outing Aug 10 BEKTIE Twas a Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing in Fedora Tenu A mans life has been saved and now Dr Kings New Discovery is the talk of the town for curing C V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages u i could not worknor get about he writes land the doctors did me no good but after using Dr Kings New Discovery three weeks I feel like a new man and can do good work again For weaksore or diseased lungs coughs and colds hemorrhages hay fever lagrippe asthma or any bronchi al affection it stands unrivaled Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Sold and guaranteed by all dealers STILLWATER- Mrs Robert J Rose has been sick for several days past Dr A C Nickell of your town was on Stillwater Saturday Boone Tyra and family visited friends on Lacy creek Sunday Charles Lafevre wife and chil dren attended church at the bridge Snnday Rev Jeff Brewer and wife visit ed Rev James Brown and family at Gosneyville Sunday George Buchanan and daughter Miss Myrtle attended church at Sandfield last Sunday spentrfrom Tuesday until Sunday in this section as a guest of his brother inlaw Buddy Brewer Samuel S Cecil and wife and Miss Louria Rose spent last week visiting relatives and friends in Lexington and Madison county- D B Tyra closed a deal with George Beasley today for GO acres of lead on the headwaters ot Lacy creek for a consideration of 066 H S Garrison purchased a 3 9ear old cow giving four gallons ElkiuilastI mattt Henry Garrison the noted pijs ture wan ot Campton and Andy Phipps the expert carpenter bf Maytown spent Sunday with your correspondent i Col Jack Ritteubouse proprietor of the famous Swango Springs passed through here today en route to Campton to meet a guest fpr Rittenhouse Ranch prin behalf of the candidacy of Mja lone Lykins of Morgan county for representative at the convention Saturday Mrs J D Rose and her oldest son and youngest daughter of Farmer City Illare expected here shortly to spend a few weeks with relatives and friends in this and Morgan counties The New Domain Oil and Gas Co are having their machine apd tools moved from the Jeff Brewer farm to the James BElkins farm on Lacy creek where they expect to bo ready for drilling in a fow days Charley E Rose of Dewitt Ill informs your correspondent that after corn husking he expects to pay his old Kentucky friends a visit and then return to Illinois to make it his future home He id the oldest child of John H Rose of your town A large crowd attended the Ddra ocratic convention at Campton Saturday and a big per cent of them were intoxicated Bill PeVry I aud Malone Lykius both of Mor gan county were the candidates for representative and Lykins received a majority of the votes Aug 10 DOMINGO Seared With a Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettle cut with a knife bruised by slimmed door injured by gun or in any other waythe thing neexled at once is Buckleun Arnica Salve to subdue inflammation and kill the pain Its earths supreme healer infallible for boils ulqors fever sores eczema and piles 25c at all dealers TRENT Mrs Geneva Brown made a bus iness trip to Hazel Green Monday John Beasloy is going to lleave this section and go to the bluegrass Plorus Brewer who was rolled over by a log on Dog creek is1 improving nicely John H OHair was on this side the other day trading some with John T OHair The storm Sunday evening did some damage in blowing down corn in this section Boone Tyra and wife of Still water were guests of Jeff Edwards and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Owen Coldiron of this place visited friends and rel atives at Campton Saturday Willie Handy claims that James Ratliffe robbed him of some mbney and has taken him with a writ for sameRoy Pieratt and wife of near Mt Sterling are visiting th0 lat ters mother Mrs Geneva Brown this week Noah Creech and Bill Foreman two of the oil drillers stripped over with J H Barker ana family Monday night i There will be a box supper at the Laurel school house Saturday night August 21 Everybody is cordially invited j I John H OHair formerly of this place recently sold his j farm on Big branch to his broth r D B OHair for 100jj Miss Laura and Stanley Maloney of Stillwater and Stella Edvfards of this place were visiting Mrs Arabella Maloney on Lacy creek Sunday I j The drilling machine which re cently completed a well on the Jeff Brewer farm passed through here Monday en route to Jim Ijlkins farm on Lacy creek where they expect to drill Aug 16 DAISIES When the digestion is all fright the action of the bowels regular there is a natural craving aipd rel ish tor food When this is licking you may know that you need a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Theylstren then the digestive orgai a iimprove the appetite and regulate the bowels Sold by all dealers j 4- ii 1j jr r e- i i CANNEL CITY Lexingtoni Miss Steflla Couley of Louisa is visiting her brother M L Con leyQuite a jelegation attended the Satr urday ij South Simper made an oflicial1 staylugN L Bifrnhart who has ripping hidkory timber at Frozen is with us again Mike Murphy took in the Blue returninginAn excursion ran to Vancleave Sunday inl the interest of a ball game between Cannel City and that place J M McCarroll a banker of Hopkinsvillo visited his brother dayslastKirby Lykinswho is now locat ed in New Mexico is spending a few days in this vicinity renewing old friendships Prof Cj E Clark has returned from Lexington where he had been attending collega and will open school August 30 Caudill brothers and families are attending the AlaskaYukon exposition at Seattle Wash and will return via Texas Everett Bach and wife Misses Edna Lykius Maud Kilgore and Virginia Day returned Friday from a trip to Niagara Falls Buffalo and other points All report a most pleasant outing We are told that a man named Nealy iuda man named Reed quarreled Saturday night result ing in u tight in which Nealy sus tained a wound in the neck inflict ed with u knife in the hands of Reed Aug llL ETHEL STATE oiromo CITY OK TOLEDOas 511hAFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of FJ Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will 1Y the sum of ONE IIUNDltED DOLLAR3 for each and every case of ca tarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day ot December 1880 t A W GLEASON IHEALI i Notary Public Halls cjitarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces ofjtbe system Send for testimoni als freeFi J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by ill Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation MURPHY FORK J S Pieratt went to West Liberty Saturday and took in the con ventionHenry Murphy sold a bunchof cattle td Bon Murphy last week Price private An infant child of J S Pieratt died Wednesday and was buried at the izel graveyard Las week Lewis Hylton of near Maytown bought 12 head of cat tle from Mort Cecil for a private priceLovey Dovey Cecil spent an out ing last week at the home of his grandparents Ed Cecil and wife of Consolation Charley Murphy was gladof Loveys return Mrs Sarah Ellen Swango Miss Stella land Floyd Swango and XRay ispdaker of the house all of Pleasant Hill spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Lizzie Murphy Mrs Ella Perkins of Montgom ery county who has been visiting in thesis parts for the past two weeks jeft for her home Friday accompanied by Miss Ethel Cecil who will remain there for nearly a month i The honie of Mrs Lizzie Murphy was packed to its utmost Thursday night by youngsters from near and- Coldironfar including Miss Mollie tpachpr of the high school in this district Music and plays were enjoyed butt bean stringing was at the head qf the program Aug 161 TULIP I Be sure and take a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera an Diarrhoea Remedy with you whe starting on your trip this summer It cannon be obtained on board the trains or steamers Changes of water and climate often cause sudde4 attacks of diarrhea and it u belt to be prepared Sold ball y dealers l a ii- G i- Ij I il l i f ii F 0 BOOST- Do you know theres lotsref people Settin ronnd in every town Crowlin like a broody chicken Knockin every good thing down Dont you be that kind o cattle Cause they slat no use on earth Just you be a booster rooster Crow and boost for all you are worth I f things dont just go to suit you An the world seem kiuJer wrong AVhats the matter with A boostln Just to help the thug along agoinna sorry plight You just keep that horn a blowin Hooter up with all youinight If you see some feller tryin For to make some project go You can boost it up a trifle Thats your cue to Jt hint know That youre not a KOIU to knock it Just because it aint your shout But youre goin boost a little Cause hes got the best thing out adangerousdiseasebut Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy has been successfully used in nine epidemics of dysentery It has never been Known to fail It is equally valuable for children and adults and when reducedwith water and sweetened it is pleasant to take Sold by all dealers Lanoley and Lumber Tariff Congressman Langley has re ceived the following very complimentary letter from Congressman J Fordney of Michigan who led the fight against free lumber in the House and who recognized Mr Langley as one of his chief lieutenants in the fight It is evi dent from the contents of this letter that Mr Langley did yeoman service in the fight for protection to lumber and the statement that but for what he did the satire duty would probably have been removed is evidence that he fully kept his pledge to the people in this respect SIXTYFIRST CONGRESS Committee on Ways and Means House of Representatives VashiDgtoii DO- July 20 1909 non J W LANQLEY Hoube of Representatives Dear Mr LangleyT deem it only jubt to you that yourcQustitri uents who are interested ifc the protection of the lumber ipdnstry should know the great servicethat you have rendered them in connec thou with the framingof the new tariff bill From the very beginning of the controversy you were recognized as one of the foremost champions of the lumber industry in the House and your extensive acquain tance with the memberships and thorough familiarity witfithesub ject made you one of themost ef fective workers for the lumber duty It is with no intention to disparage the efforts of many others who aided in the fight when J say that if what you alone accomplish ed had been left undone it would probably have resulted inr the free lumber provision going into the House bill and with suchsprovi SlOn in that bill I doubt very much whether lumber could have been kept on the dutiable list in the Senate At any rate 1 am sure those of us who believe in 1 protection to the lumber industry have reason to rejoice that you were returned to the Gist congress and of course we all hope and be lieve that your copstituentB will fully appreciate your wortdn their behalf and keep on returning you as long as you desire to remain in congressWith kindest personal regards and lasting assurances I am very sincerely yoursii J W FORDNEy1i CASTORJAFor rltfaitg adCiiUrM nKllfY ital aid Bears the- Signature of Wanted Local agentfor new Dictionary and Atlas tbatSB en peopled i refn erences and experiences TbD Saal field Publishing Company Akron i Ohio l For Sale A Victor gritphophone with 36 records wiUbelapld felt lea titan the cost of tile records Apply at this office I I i f J riJ t t Wfll r i i i Ii i I ii i 4 i I tt i I ItHHEPAIAEntered PoatIt = 1 SPENCER COOPER EditorV HAZEL CREEN KYJi THURSDAY August 19 J909 i1r r WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY I WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT j JAMES P ADAMS Judge I KELLY KASU Commonwealths Attorney L R HOLLOX ClerkIMeets third Monday in January first rltcmLtr WOLFE COUNTY COURT r j G T CKSTEB Judge 1 j G B STAMPER County Attorney i ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk j Meets first Monday in each mouthi WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first rues ay in October I I t MAGISTRATES COURTS j- i j i District Mo IC M Fallen third Friday in March June ieptewoer and Decem her t District No2Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and November District No 3S F Allen second Friday NovemberDistrict NovemberDistrict Fri day in March June September aid De cember District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District ho7B T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and De cember District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and No I vemberiI DEMOCRATIC TICKET or State Senator 34th Senatorial District- E E HOUtt Of Owsley County 0WOLFE COUNTY For County JudgeW B DUFF For County Court ClerkF L CARROLL For Circuit Court ClerkJ C LINDON t YISA3IPIjEForFor JailerJ C 1 L11TLE For Co SuperintenentJ WTA1 LBEE J lForMORCAN COUNTY I For Circuit Judge 32nd District T J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32- u1DistrictJOHN M 1 HUGH For County JudgeI C FEHfiUSOX liFor County AttorneyJr AEY- oor County Clerk JHSEB TIAN For Superintendent T B tKER- r ForCircuit Clerklt M OAKLEY For SherifflI 11 ROWN For Jailer ILCOMBS- I I For Assessor WHITK MILINI For CoronerZAllI AXEY For Surveyor M P T RNER- ii DEMOCRATIC CONVENTINS S ONS1 Executive of the 123rd Judi ial dill trict of Kentucky held in the own of Jackson Ky on the Ufa day of Vupust 1909 for the purpose of fixing tl e time place and manner of nominating candidates for the offices of Circuit Juflge and I Commonwealths Attorney for tjiid dis trict to be voted for at the reg tar November election 1909 I- On motion F Po Crawford of Breath itt county was made chairman and A JJ EecretajyOnrdered that mass meetings be held at leach of t the county seats of the couptiesbf Lee Breathitt Estill and Wolfe at tjie hour IItOf1 oclock p m on SaturdayJt August 4 21 1909 to select delegates to Attend a i Camptonj selectDemocratic p named offices knownDemocratswill pledge themselves to gup ort the nominees of said district conyen ion may participate Each county shall have lhenumber of votes inthe district conventjon as is abdoptfldatI F P CnAWl4RD 1 1WlIIGOOCEY Chairman r POTrl3lrS l 190JlofWolfel ofAugust14 in theIpreparatoryNovember thiensuing JMB metingOn G and J T Hanks 1per werer appointed as acam committee ISaidaw bihught in 1 the following resolutions I If wereIfI L massmeetingocraacnominees1 thecountyamount for theneoeaearri iPaignt+ IA I showIr I JI r J f k i gI I i theii I i Democratic I ptinees mean to present aII I solid front iiit waging this fight and in suring the election of the whole ticket oppositionIinIII I et suim set lPP ite to their names theI amount is tt J e paid to the campaign committee od pr before the 1ith day of October UKHij i County JuUI W B Dutt100 Slier j iff G 1v4sly 400 County Attor hey iS G iWmple StfOO County Clerk 14 L Carrol I 400 Circuit Clerk JJ 0 I union JOG County 1 W TaulW 300 1 Center 300 aok 1 Jailer J SnperllltelllientII JM TI Tlm ChairmanI G B ST1MIKK Secretat- yJeffeisionlan I Barbecue The Joirjjrsonian Barbecue to lo givdn to tie Democrats of Ken tucky by the Democrats of Louis villwill ie the biggest and happi i est gathering of the kind ever seen in Kentucky and It is predictedt that fully seventylive thousand people wil attend both days fes tivitios the bin meet will beI I pulled of ugust 31 and Septem ber 1 at Ule State Fair grounds in Louisville Every prominent Democrat in Kfentncky as well as many Democrats of National prominence will be present and it is safe toI predict thjit speeches will be madeI upon this Iccasion that will live in the memory of man for many veal s The codunittee announces thatt it will be able to feed one hundred1I thousand j people Burgoo andIl barbecued meat will be made under the supervision of Gus Jaubert a barbecu man of national reputation i All the railroads in the stateI have made a rate of one fare plusI 25 j jOnNight of August 31 willI bo seen the grandest display off fireworks pver witnessed m Louis i vide which will be followed by ai paradeThel ox tend an iiiiyitation to every Demo trait in Kentucky to attend the Jeftersouipn Barbecue and insures eydry mali who attends that he will see something and hear something that will jlo him good The Dom preparinforand this 1 barbecue is to bo held for the purpose of bringing the togethorinatory to tjhe onslaught which is to partybecauseifj misrule stj matters of state aril nation the municipal affairs a1ILouisvillu- Remenibor the days August JJ1 and September 1 Montgomery County Fair August 31 to September 4 Countyrair I3rightcstbiggest Trotting pacing and running races every dar for good purses New grand stolid new floral hall now stables jind the best half mile track in jthe state No more attractive grounds can be seen and they are within four squares of the courthouse Liberal premi ums offered for colt shows har flees and saddle horses mules cattle shee and hogs See the floral hall exhibits Three baby shows on Saturday See the 300 sweep stakes saddle horse ring on Thurs day thJ 100 roadster ring on Friday fche 60 gelding ring on Weduesdjiy A special premium Tuosdayfor shown tfo halter conformation style ancj action to be considered 20 to fitst 10 to second no colt barred iu this ring Premiums are also Offered for the best lady rider beAt lady driver fancy turn out andj quick hitching contest Mule anfl pony races daily with a fox chasb on Tuesday and Satur day W+Qrs great military baud of Cincinnati will furnish the uptodateMidway day F4rrie wheel and morrygo round Entries to trotting and pacing aces sweepstakes saddle horse ring goldipg ring and road ster ringijclose on Saturday August 21 Send for catalogues and entry blanks to W C Hamilton sec retary qr W Hoffman Wood as sistant scretaryM- OUNT4INEERS ARE LEADING Maryla k Writer Says They Are Rather to Be Imitated I i Than Pitied Ii LexingtontheSpringfiild j PeopleItmanythatcontinually calltheI I people And calling upon the Car fogies Ogdena and Bockfellera of 1 of that sectiont to come forth with j t I ItI t j- I kiudorgurduiiH iiluygroiiiulu sUIII1 tariunis and school farms for their uplift wouldbo saviors ofIITheso theI want to see m plunged into all the educationalI f fads and follies of modern civilijI zation that they may thon applv all the modern nostrums for their health and salvation As timed tor of the Louisville CoiiriorJoiir mil and maguino writers huvo long since said theso poop want nothing so much as to e alone and not misrepresented llIy j pnoplu who do not know or under stand thorn Those people show with thoi families of from ten to twenty children the kind of stuff they aro made of physically Thor Sf o God in the clouds and nave Hit in their minds which is more inspiring than any knowledge of Him through memorized book knowledge They are as a wholei happy and contented and unhko the highly educated people of orbs sections they are not burdening tho country with problems calcu hated to draw it down to chaos aud socialism It is time for those sympathetic writers to turn their attention wholly to the social problems thaiS besot the centers they point examples for tho mountaineers to follow Have the mountaineers any race suicide problem Ilav I they a tramp problem Have they an unemployed problem Have they a divorce problem Have they a wreck problem Have they a pure food problem Have they an indigestion problem Have they a getrichquick problem In fact have the mountaineers one of a scoro of serious problems that besot the best parts of the country With the answer hoin no it is time to lot them oleo and take up some of our own troubles Fir srls B LIVKSKY Clarkson Md Many Uses of Tomatoes TOMATO SOUP Stew ten largo tomatoes in a quart of water with tvo onions a piece of ham fat or three or four slices of bacon ono tablespoon nf salsugart and pepper let boil fifteen or twenty minutes then strain andj serve or cool find heat when do sired FRIED GREEN TOMATOES o1q50r partly groen slice in thick slicesi dip in corn meal then fry toma toes a rich brown put on a large meat platter garnish with time bacon If desired one may have three large onions sliced fry after the tomatoes and spread over the dish TOMATO SAUCE Peel ten large tomatoes cut up with three or four onions a piece of ham fat or bacon tablespoon each of sugar and salt a pinch of pepper boil twenty minutes strain put back on fire and thicken with two spoonfuls of corn starch This make a delicious sauce for spag hetti or cold meat It may bo served hot or coldT- OMATOES AND CHEESE Peel six large tomatoes cut up with one onion boil five minutes add one teaspoonful each of salt bnkingdishand grated cheese thon rest of tomatoes a layer of breadcrumbs I and cheese a few lumps of butter back a rich brown GREEN TOMATOES PICKLE Slice twelve large green toma toes with twelve onions j let stand in salt water over night thou drain j add one quart of vinegar eight cups of sugar three tea spoonfuls ouch of cinnamon and bayloavesone to two hours until thick takeoff and put in crocks or jars and seal STUFFED TOMATOES theUsetops of eight large firm tomatoes scoop out the centers and mix them with one half cup of bread crumbs a little onion juice or two onions chopped fine one cup of teaspoonfulof popper and one green pepper chopped fine if desired Fill the tomatoes with this and lay a slice theminI outandcup I and place on u large moat platter set the back il pourinI inhalfgravy with this and pour around the tomatoes SANDFIELD wereRollielastSuudayR D Motley visited his daugh SaturdaystudaudSundayiI I L T rtoxin tho littln daughter1 6f ilI r sickauthat this writing I Mrs W A Oldfiold iiuy Nancy Catron mad a flying trip tof Nan 1uio one dayijrecently tv A Olilfield started for Mt Stoning Frjduy to visit friends and relatives for a few days t I Rev I L Hanokor will preach hero evorythird Saturday nigh j monthtiallllhIr jI of Stillwater worn guests of 1 L Honakor anil1 family Sunday May Wilsjm of Mt Sterling ate vimrited Mrs Granvillo Mapbb one day recently ylMisses Frances Nickoll and Es tell Coldirqn of your tqwii were guests of Nancy Catron tied Maul McNabb Saturday Right mud Sun day The following wore guajsts of D- riBi Stamperj Sunday James Stam par and family of Stamper branch Henry Staiup r and familyof Maytown tTncle George Stamper and P L McNabb Aug 10 POUY STAMPER BRANCH Ciiiorgo Brooks wont i to Hazel Green shopping Mondays The ba y of Mr and Mrs Boone IStomper ison tho sick list Mrs Frances Stauiporjand baby are very siuk at this writing Charlie tamper visited his sis ttr Mrs Fannie Brooks Friday night I Jahilu Phillips was a guest of his daughter Mrs Eliza Stamper sus Sunday openor t soil wife 1 All tho liion of this section at touched tho convention aljCauipton Saturday I j I Mrs Nannie Stamper was tho guest of Mrs Fannio Brooks ono day recentlyttj Miss Malida Stamper j and bro thor wore guests of Mrs Stamper Sunday 1 I SJJ Charlie llollon of Laurel wa a guest of his sister Mrjs Nannie Stamper Sunday ijj Drew Stamper ouch wife visited tho lattors parents Jahijo Phillips and wifo Sunday i Homy Brooks of near tour town was a guess of his brother George Wednesday night L G Stamper and vifo wore guests of their son Dijow Stam per and wife Sunday evening Taylor Stamper salt filmily andI Ike Stamper and family werei guests of Harve Stidham Sunday Mrs Fannie Brooks t has been confined td her room for the past week but is much bettjer at thisIi writing i1 afidjdaughterMyrtle I on route to Saudfioid ito attend- church I if Owen Cpldiron and wife were visiting thbir daughter Mrs Fran ces Stamrjor who is confined to her bed Sunday j James Clamper and family attended meting at San ifield las Sunday aad took dinnerwith theI formers brother Brucej I I Messrs jrigsby and rtnnix theI I cattle andjsheep dealers ot Ierr county stopped over with L G Stamper oino night lust week Aug 1GJ SlfljtNCTIME Forest Cecil and wife are visit ing at Vest Liberty and other points lRoreat has bowl about six years and says it is his bridal tour as it is the lust trip ho eyer made with his wife I F I I We Ask Yout- o to take Cardul for your femalett troubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy I CARDuiI1 1 broujght relief to thousands of Ihas sick women so why not to l ackacheI1 ness many have said ft is the best medicine to takei Try itl Sold in This qityF3 I a I PRINT SALE BOILS iAM lINT TUCK tlOMT I flJI i t f S I 6 BIGNIGHTS30IOOOQQPREMIUMS f i tlHORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME JfXNl8R IDAILY RACES NATIELLO AND HIS BAND l a f FREE ATTRACTIONSFIRE WORKS I2S GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 Here the finest live stock and the best farm products are tssemliled Wtad mesh + lriead amusement is combined with information Show rain or shine day tad 1 night is the largest and most magtllicent Lire Stock ravllloa ht the worldil Quarter of a IMillion WIn Be Here COME 4 +t p t LOW RAILROAD RATES FOR INFORMATIONCATALOGUKnNTRY BLANKS ADDRESS chrIK J W NEWMAN Secretary w 320 Paul Jonoa Bide Louisville Ky LEARINGUP ALE Getting neaagFaIl9 Gooas II I lMAPEL TROY- t 1 Are reducing stock to make room for Fall Goods and are selling Flowers and all other millinery right down at cost fgfGivo them a call and see how cheap they are selling everything Trim mod and untrimmed hats sold NOW AT COST jt Ribbons Laces Ladies Collars Bolts Hair Puns Barrettes Ac Something lik this in price Taylor Made Skirts at 1002J Wash skirts at 100 3 Collars each 18o to 20 J oLadies Fine Lace Collars worth 125 at 90 3 Pulls worth 15at 90 i IHair at 4c to 9c per yard and embroidery at Ic to tOe per yard a Headache For Years I keep Dr Miles AntiPain Pills on hand all the time and would not think of taking a journey without them no mat j tcr how short a distance I going I have a sister that amII had terrible headaches for years and I coaxed her to try them and they helped her so much j I she now keeps them by her all the time From my own exper I ience I cannot praise them enoughMRS LOU 1f CHURCHILL 63 High St Penacook N H Many persons have headache after any little excitement or ex ertion They cannot attend church lectures entertainments suffert thisIway should try Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills They give almost leavingvany disagreeable aftereffects as they do not derange the stomach or bowels just a pleasurable sense of relief follows their use Get a package from your drug gist Take it according to direc tions and if it does not benefit dhe will return your money FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER S SONS LEXINGTON KYII I IP Write for Free Catalog jiI I i I vMcCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style perfect fit simplicity and nearlyeteryandCanadacatalogueMcCALLS fashionnuguinemillion Latestmillinery halrdressiogcliquellryear worth double including a free patternSubscribe today copyWONDERFULM eaialogteaadnewraahpuce j IfcOU CD she to JH w JTtfc Sf rtttrysnc I j HB incimsiBf Bank P WINCHESTER KY ll- I iI J N H WITHEKSPOON Ires jj W 11 SriiAK Cashier 2- V Paid Up Capital S1OOOOOOO X Unillvlileil Irollto noOOOOO Xy- VI Ilniulguuie HepoHit of 95 jti over I S500OOOOO jThis bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and mess men generullytbrougbout bUIIern Kentucky and oOers its ers every facilityauJ the wostliberal J- terms within the limits of legitimate bankingj loct2ly 1 GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL j I have several fine Coffins in myt shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moottreasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials whenI so requested Public patronage isIrespectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE Rare Oorfunh1g jt consisting 1 garden and outbuildigs One of the j most desirable locations in Hazel Green 1 Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur wished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials andsupplies also ji iWillii jForJ j dress JOHN H ROSE I March IL Hazel Green Ky j COUCHIAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryFOR 3 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES SPACTOBORBIEFIINDFDii DAY HOUSEI Hazel Creen Ky Mrs LJU DAY Proprietort AlargeSeatedlaadlightedcoBunodatiooi to trareliog meDII tr ha t i J I I 7 e rc rq t iMIIIII l IT t 1 II II- t Irf I i i i i 1 I Ii I i I r I THE HERALD 1 I ii- fcFntereilnt tli hazel firitii IoM nlIImllrII I f I I I j I I I Ip SPENCER COOPER Editor jail R Icilit i 1 1 prospltyII Good Roads and tA A HY KIIA WIIKKIKK WIMOX ojiyright lHl I 1 liy Aiiierican Journal i Kxuniiiu- rIleie 1 is a very true bit ot philosophy taken front a personal letIrter written by Albert K Owen ofIj 1aldwinsville N Y that man who is forever struggling to open wider paths for the masses to tread down to prosperity and hap piness A people who do not see visions have lost tho only spark of religion i that is worthy of a thought It is the realization of dreams that has blessed the world The Amer ican nation does not see visions but there are ways to make a vis ion of today a reality of tomorrow the broad multiways that will lead i to heaven on earth and to homes for millions of people Then Mr Owen proceeds to ex plain his magnificent idea of national is e and stato auto highways which would give work to 0000000 is peopleAuto highways stand for the combination of roads rails tracks ways and pathsroads for wag ons rails fur electric cars steoll plate tracks for fast automobiles cement ways for slow automobiles cement ways for cycles cement ways for roller skates and cement and brick paths for pedestrians In all there are 11 thorough fares The cement way for roller skates is in the middle and is 10 feet wide On it skaters can move both ways The other thorough fares are each l0 feet wide separated by fences and hedgerows Traffic and travel are separated by these thoroughfares into six general classes and within each thoroughfare its respective class is again separated by putting the slow and the fast traffic the freight= and the travel the business man and the pleasure seeker on different rails tracks ways or paths and to still better guard from ac cident all vehicles go out on one sat of thoroughfares and comeback on another sot i Auto highways will run straight east and west north and south Tho main series of thoroughfares with their park flower and shad areas and footways and with their zones for cottages schools facto ries and amusements will bo 1430 feet wide except in mountains and excessively hilly districts whirr thoroughfares have to be bunched and where there have to be long tunnels and extensiYo bridging The total width of the right of i way or of the reservation includ ing thoroughfares and garden i farm and forest zones is one mileI i Locations being acceptable atI distances of every 25 miles alon auto highways there will be a manufacturing entertainment cen 1torone mile square and equidis there will be1 taut between these industrial college centers ono mile square At exceptional locations say on river banks seashores an i commanding elevations there will1 be garden cities Within a month after the national auto highways are started the 0000000 of unemployed per eons in the United States U09 j can be gathered together in the cities and elsewhere transported settled in tented villages clothed fed and started in permanent di verse and soulinspiring occupa tions and under an order and management that every mans work ofeight hours will add at least 1 to the nations wealth- A vision surely as yet but what a vision 1 Think what this would mean to America and whe we say that we say the whole world for is not America the poof ttat all men from all lands Spea jug of Mr Owens idea Mr N E Dawson says- Without her matchless hig ways Rome would probably nova have become mistress of the then j known world See Gibbon Vol 1 IChap III p 100 But superb o facilities in communication impi- necessarily superior degrees of general enlightmentThe tells us as you will see that the great chain communication from the northwest to the southeast point of the Empire was drawn out to thiilength of 4080 Roman miles f The Hon John H Bankhea riseswood roads are revenues 1 Sl 9i r l r u intpmIgeneoI L ligioiis advancement of the people thoy increase tits value of produces y mOliIh1s t and flow everywhere distributing the products wf our fields foi ests and factories The highways aretthe common property of the ctun try their benefits are shared by and they aro needed bvaill henefit alland all shouldf thorn tEfor humanity ovary cjti zen who cares for his country fund IllS fellow rash ought to collaborate with Mr Open in his splendid idea until it becomes ajplan obit a purpose anil a reality TUuro might be a m imignilicenj Peoples Trust formed which would sot this groat itm into Action Mind all othrl trusts fn luii j ElephantPeoplej about it used o say thit elephimts never lie down to sleep This i notp true at all Tju y have been knbwn to stand for tyelve months without once lying dovn to sleqp This ia regarded as want of confidence1 in j their keepers end of loijging to regain their liberty for I when fhey are perfectlylit ease and recomfiled to their fate they will tie tlowi on their sides anft sleepl peacefully j i A Pasha of Three Tails girlsknowThat sceiim a queertitle tojjive to an olnYer Of highrank and yt it the eustomiin Turkey A 1piuma is the governor ofa province pr a military roimhandtT aid his relative rank is indicated by the ium her of horse tails borne on thisp standard ontj two or ithree alls as the case mCy be thrtj tails being the highest rank iii idi r The Ifittle Jap Girl I J Little Almond Blossom With ihe funny ttvt i Had a Little Jollle Thuuiil hur very sweet Took hr out awalkitiK- Duwnrthu village street eLithe Almond Itlosnom i j With the funny rectoj I Pronunciation of Cheviot ij Many persons have fallen into the error of pronouncing the fjord cheviot tl1Cname ufa cijrtain kind of ctothjout of which clothing Is made as if it were spelled Chev tot The right way iis to Blur the c the saiule lard sound that it has in chief TJhe word comes from a valuable breejl of sheep in Scotjland which in turn are named afte the Cheviot hills 1I III i I Reassuring Him The viett I express about rte ligion said the tiresome c ntro tooibroad to must people j Sot at lrepliedl the undid man To aiobt people theyjii eem not so broat as they are lit New OrleimsjTimesDemocraU i-i T Be Avoided 1 i An actorshould lose himself in his part Ihojildnt he i tea arxswered Mr Storyiiing ton Barnes t But it ahouldfit be carried too tar Many of uj lose ourselves in lour parts so completely that the rpublic cant see jus a allWaBhftllgton Star 5 I t i f Reflection 1 Leading1udcDijj you notice Fonr one solid hiur he gazed ilt ntly mv diamonds ij rerak1 people qonujienting on his glassy 1hstare ChicAgo News i i i ii Aliard FigHter jji rI alulaysj understood thatj Ca twin Shick hjid quite a fightiijg record i i Lj ifighyi fiercely agaiAst any a hinvarsitieA E to duty in the field Philad lpJi1itPressII i II i etmGoel to the Bottom jI ReddjTrje professor is aj Brea man for getting at the bottpFof i I r pf1 I j 1 YesI sjw him under hi4 isato mobile agtfn todaJr tof3 1 I I i I i i iIi-I f t I j I i t I l r n PAY SAY SECRETS r The Whole Office Force In Fear After the Ghost Walks portion j fear that the life ambition of every other person is to get a look at the figure behind the dollar mark on ine obverse side of its payenvel J ope lhis fear is the F Gotch of Pan i The ollice boy who labors to sidestep laborand i he general superintendent theI uptimehorrible fear frisking around them Most paymasters are honorable rasa Not only do they keep mum but they slide the pay envelope out with its face to the marble slab performed paymasterhad saysllowconscience by taking so much Methods of disposing of the pay envelope vary Here are some em- layed by the office boys of a large Kansas City concern Time Henry method invention of Henry the + 358 a week office boy Tear the pay envelope into ribbons about foursixteenths of an inch wide insert in mouth chew envelopebecomes into paper wad and insert in right shoe Inter in some deserted spot not necessarily a cemetery Note If you suspect any one of watchin- git is better to swallow the strip with the telltale numerals on it Method employed by Cherry smithassistant shipping clerk Iti9S1ear or clip envelope until it resembles the confetti of commerce Put into pocket and hold until you go home in afternoon larclesslydropow at alternate street corners What is considered the one abso lutely sure method discovered 1by George Peas an obscure salesman 10 Take envelope in right hand Strike match any brand will loon trousers or sole of shoe Ignite envelope and cremate It is one of the traditions of this same company that every employee from the general manager down be paid by the envelope system Time manager gets his at 1030 oclock on Saturday morning It comes in a tailor made envelope that looks like a paper mail sack It is a popular Saturday recreation for employees to happen along to see the manager as he opens it tanager after filling his pockets withcurrency puts the envelope in his inside vest pocket But ho must dispose of it Let us watch himAt quitting time he descends to where his motorcar and imported chauffeur await him Go home Iby way of the Cliff drive Armand b As they reach the quieter por tions of the city the manager points out to the chauffeur what seems to be an airship over in the neighbor unsuspecting the pay envelope from his pocket When they reach the drive the manager says Let er out a notch and watch your turns Then eying the indifferent chauf feur closely he tears little pieces from that envelope and pushes them mercilessly over the cliff He is usually nervous for a day or two after dissecting the envelope for there is a chance of being followed by some one who may gather the pinhead bits together piece out the envelope andnab the secret Kansas City Times A Royal Fowl In England under an old law still in force the swan is a royal fowl as whales and sturgeons are royal fish All swans the property where of is riot otherwise definable when within the British dominions belong to the crown by virtue of this pre lawfullytpossesion vate person such person may be said to have a property in them but if they be at liberty they belong to the crown Formerly it was neces sary for persons who wished to keep these royal fowls to obtain a swan mark which was granted by the crown and which could not be legally impressed without grant or prescription EvartspOnce when twitted on his small size by a statesman of the strenu ous type the late William M Evarts retorted That remark proves what I have always assertedthat- in your eyes measures were more important than men To another critic who found stringingfbreak by the use of parenthetical clauses he said cheerfully I have noticed that criminals object to iloag sentences n Yr ttI SMYRNA CARPETS I Where They Are Woven and How They Are Transported carpetis uct of the vilayet of Aidin of which Smyrna is the capital The chief places of manufacture are the Villages of Uschak Xoule Grnardis Makri Melessos Kirkagatsch Axar and Demirdji The industry gea employment to thousands of needy people especially women who lee obliged to do the work almost en tirelywhile the men spend their time in the coffee houses drinking strong coffee and smoking numllcr less cigarettes all in true oriental fashion Little girls are competed to take up tthe work early at seven or ten years of age at the latjst and they keep at it unceasingly un til they go to their graves The market for Ute wools is held every Thursday from dawn to sun set in the bazaar of Uschak wlflch is then filled with purchasers who have arrived on buffaloes camels picturesquebeasts are not dyed by the weavers them selves but by special dyers More than aooo female weavers are employed at Uschak in the pep aration of carpets The operators are generally members of the slime family but there are a numberof girls who earn about C to 7 cents per day The Ghiardis carpets are generally smaller than those of Us chakcry fine prayer carpets closelywoven and of harmonious colors are produced in imitation of carpetsThe made into bides of JSO pounds each and covered with goatskins The caravans pass the night in the open country atjthe foot of some hill the drivers under tents and the camels and their lloads in the open air Very large carpets too heavy to be packed are folded and thrown across the backs of Uho camels in the form ofa covering SIlljrnatheyed and repacked in hales weighing 500 to GOO pounds each for exporta tion Consular Report Dreaming a Winner I dare say that every year one or more people dream of the Dcjrby winner because thousands of people are guessing in their dreams rind two or three guess right Takethe Favonius case A man came tq an acquaintance of mine and said What is the Latin for the south west wind Favonius said my friend Thats the name iiaid the other I dreamed last night that Favonius won the Derby but I could only remember that southwest wind was the English of the word when I awoke There was noFa vouius in the list of horses but on reaching the race course the amen found that the Zephyr colt lad been newly named Favonius Probably the name Zephyr west wind colt had been converted into Favo nius southwest wind in the sleep ing mind of the dreamer though when awake he could not remember the Latin word for southwest wind Favonius won The dream w4s a good guess no more Independ ent Seats Ia TrainiWhy do the seats on the right i hand side ofa car almost ahiliys fill up before those on the left inquired a man on board a local suburban train just before it pulled out of the station the other evening Ive been taking this trip for the past three months now and Ive noticed the tendency to favor the right side without finding out time reason Two other men of the same party gave it up as a coijun drum though they admitted it as a fact They asked the conductor when he came through Well said the old and experienced railroader when people arent guided in their choice of seats by a desire to get away from the sun theyj are apt to think of collisions and acci dents and their first thought is not to be on the side nearest the track for trains going the other was so that if anything happens on that i swpePhiladelphia rTher exchange recently gave emplomet as an operator to a young wonwm whose previous employment had been jin a department store The girl seemed so bright and willing and possessed such a clear and distinct voice jthat the manager resolved to give leer a trialiThe newcomer who was all amia bility and willingness rapidly learnl I ed her new duties but one day an incident occurred that betrayed her IInI I sweetly Number plea ar ji Let me have 325 said thtj pa tron I am sorry that 325 is busjjjust now said the girl but I cam let forkHeraldj c I I i l 4J- IIIi I Enlarging Your Business If you are in business and you want t sake moss mosey yoe will read every word we have ta say Are you spending your money for advertising in haphazard fashion as if intended tor charity or do you adver tise for direct results Did you ever stop to think how your advertising eau be made a source of proat to you and how its value can bo measured in dollars and cents If you have not you are throwing money away Advertising is a modern business necessity but must be conducted on business principles If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside a certain amount of money to be spent annually and then carefully note the effect it has ia in creasing your volume of busi ness whether a 10 ao or 30 per cent increase If you watch this gain from year to you will become intensely in terested ia your advertising and how you can make it enlarge your business- If you try this method we believe you will not went ta let a single issue of this paper go to press without something front your stove We will be pleased to have you call on w and we win take pleaeuie in explaining oar anneal eoatraot for so aaasy iaecy and hear it can be u d Inwbatrer aailaolsot that seas uaaeary to you If y m can sell good ewer the ctxntir we can also show you wfcy tons paper will best saw yow iatesesls when yea want to leaeh the people of tlllis may I9O9 1909 9 LHE YEAR OF GREAT PROSPERITY READ 3111L lEtremng llflfit vflSSSve SHAREiFREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPT OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS the Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909Full and Complete SnBT ved especially for The Evening Post at a cost of fi600 Printed in colors on heavy map I aper It contains air pages 33x84 inches The Chart alone is worth flM The Portraits of all the Kentucky Governors some of them very rare ene the only picture of its kind in existence There are nine other maps of great value among them a map of the United States the 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livening post delivered AgentSendCopy and full description of glltheonceTHE EVENING POST Louisville Ky SPEhlAl PRICEON THE WALL AND THE EVENING POSTWITH THIS PAPER J I Dont Use a Scarecrow ft DriTeWIJ Mail Order You can drive W eei1 quickly if you mast uir lest order houses swat T I radvertising Lailt concerns art speaithousands of ttogw ftfIlI week in order to rei from the halt letaelbea s Do you think for a nitaltt- hey would trip It op if they didnt gat fe 6atiij ness Dont taM It iMft granted that avary oat t within a radius of af Lis 1 knows what yea Lye t sell and what your prices are Nine times out of ten your Pa-re fewer but the customer is influenced by the uptodtU ad tkiag of the mail order house Every article you adyertjte sbesmi4 be dtscribtd and priced You waist tell your story fa as IMI i utinkway and when you want to reach the buys el Ifcfe eeRis niunity use the columns of this paper i i t I You Dont Need a Town Crier to empfaasice the merits of your business or saga 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