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I fI 11 + n f f t- It 11 I j i II f f t I I THE AZEl REENI HERALDo Efe Established ch41885 Made amonafntheStory ofJonathan and His ContinentbyMax0Rell i = 0 it 1 f i i nIo apKNCEll pwuerand COOlBK EdltnrlTel Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains I100 a Year in Advance I i =C I = j I TWENTYFIFTH YEAR i HAZEL 3REKN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 0 1900 j NUMBER 11 II i I Lexington and Eastern Railway I Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST NDII fINo3 tI I1ot i STATIONS I iOailyd DIi1YIIIIlI unit uudny Sunday5uuday AMIve IMLvv AMIxe Jackson 6 lOam LU tIL 7W Ul- UOK Junct 6 15 pin j 25 pm tuu Bemttyve Je 7 0 aw i 3 O pm 74 ant Torrent30alO 3 41 IID bSi au anNati Jnl 7 4e am I I 57 pwl Campton 4 2ti um Stanton 8 15 Sill pmIR54 Clay City 8 25 am I 35 11- 111LrJuncn 101111111111 Winchester l1r 9 9 9 WsmI15I 05 20 07 11Wiu tmlUl s aw- Lefton am EAST BOUNDtt No 4 No2 M STATIONS Daily and Daily esi = Sunday jIALLrePMI 1 2 2 23Spm20Wiuchgsteri O 0 8 13 am iLEJuuctiuuI S 26 pin 2 4S lm CitYI40 9 o2 am 3 5U 1111140 Clay Stanton HI 9 HI am 3 5S pwj44 Jmtt u J 3S pmCampton4 30 lm 435 pm 5Nat Bridge 57 9 43 am 6LTorrent 62 i 9 56 am 4 47 pm 01017 alii- ti 510 pm TuIBeattyveJC 0KJuucn 9011 15 am U5 pm9O 6 l pm94L Jackson9411O aUl CONNECTIONS L v E JCNT1ONI rants No 1 ami will wale connection with the C A OKy forMt Sterling CAMPTOX JUNCTION Trams os 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central CampionWTTYVUK o 2 will make connection at Heattyville June with the L and A Railway fur passengers to and from Beattyville O i KJtacr1oNTrains Nos Sand 4 connect with the O i K nailway fur Btatious on the 01 K Railway localII W A McDOWELL General CHASSCOTTUenPass Agent I 81 KeMj Baiiwag l lime Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND V1DailySundaym i Sunday PM ABE 0 CityL PMI ABB 5 20 6 Cannel 12 t5 4 55 11 Heleehawa20I 12 1f 11oS 45 12 13 4 05 11 51 p 3 52 01uawtUU1J11 11 44 310 221 6I 11 15 3 00 11 05 EAST BOUND Daily Sundayv No 34 u I = STATIONS I =INo 22 el AMLVK I PMIVE 7 10 27 Cannel Cityj 0 1 00 7 33 6 1 17 745 11IIdeCbawa1 11 123 8 24 13 HanjptouJl3 t48 37 10 11ilhurstI20 151 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nov 21 and 22 will make close counectioi at O iK Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fpi points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY Superintendent mountain Centrall Raiiioafl No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a in Campton 1130 a m- 2OOpnlCamptou GOOpm- No 2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 30 amCampn Junc1005 am 330 pmCampn June 440 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger trains B F BOLING UNDERTAKERCAMPTON NFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and the adjoining counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away j styleJ6rSpecil1 supplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams aud hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c C- Notary HU E SEWELl Public STILLWATER KY Offers his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county and solicits tbe patronage of all who way Lave legal papers to execute pfficeat hit reaideuce on Stillwater i t r COliFNTY NEWS= r Local Itemsiofgeneral 1711lwesoI J Y of our reddkrs especi filly lisfri11 1 viiel1 dx j II CILLrVnRE Mrs Isalioll Niciell was visiting her daughter Minnie at Lee CityII Sunday I ii Scott Xickelli mil J C Liuiloti i made a business trip to Campton j ijj iii Monday i Mrs1 J C Lindon is very ill at j this writing Ve hope she will bout j I soon i I Cortez Ely purchased ft buggy jj- from J C we did not I learn the Liudoulbutj jii Mrs Della Nickelland littloj daughter Vergje bore visiting her jj sister Lillie Siinday j ILognn Lindon passed through y i1 hero on route his sistertOliBOO J Rebecca Hash Grcon i 1E Smith wifju and daughters Virginia and Cappie Cecil were visiting Mrs Ji CjLiudon Sunday- S i S Stiowdqn was visiting hero p Saturday I WAj wijre glad to have i Mr Snowden back in our vicinity I i Our teacher had been sick but1 prlsontiWearei j outiaJ r G G A Feuska pf Indiana whoII married Millie Ely left for hisjI home Saturday JMillio is expect t t ing to go soon i IJ W linrchainjand wife are im proving feet Mr1 Burcham out to church Sunday sit wn1i hands with maiiy friends I againII Iopt 0 I IDlSYii On Bald MountainII j l i BentOlfofcuring him with Dr King 1 I Ion Discovery i that hadcure of asthma This wondej ful medicine soon relieved anild quickly cured ifs neighbor Ltd ter it cured his sons wife of a s4 sore lung trouljlo Millions1 bt UlilIlungUlil i i s l I fretGuaranteed COSNEYVILLEI Rollie Tutt dud Nick Cent r left for Mt Sterling last week Rev Mathews of Campto preached an interesting H rm n here Sundayrj The county Sunday i schoolC1tJ Mention will beheld Everybody come and 1 tilled baskets 4 There will be a box supper kt the Bethel church Saturday nigi1 i September 12 The proceeds will1I go for church expenses j Sept G HAiiY JIMli Uo With a Rush j The demand for that wonderful stomach liver and kidney cute Dr Kings New Life Pillsis is tounding All dealers say they nev er saw the like its because thW never fail to cure sour stomach t constipation indigestion bilious ness jaundice sick headache ch 1 and malaria Only 25c by Jill1 1 dealers LANDSAW i Quite JUlber of the citizins of th 8 plact lttbuded county cortrt at Cfcmptonj Monday j eander jiarker sold to GeoVge Hfilsey a mile for 90 anti JJM Cfockerham sold to E T Kae i a olt for 45 f Roscoe Sfiackelford went to t haIi I I J 1ttemsj COARESPONDENTBMailyour early so they will reach our office ytfI Lot lle published unless of unusual im businesshod I 1 feel Green the Ith and remained jjover until Sunday evening with Ihis family at that place i William Blankenahip of near IIazel Green visited his daughter IJMrs John Taulbee at this place Saturday Quito a large crowd as usual was at the Old Baptist church last Sunday it being the regular meet ling at that place Combsiwill leave this week for Jackson- j and remain there for a time on a VISItII htorOJI SnturdayJwhere lit hud tin appointment to pruachIJ P Tackett and George Smyth started out with their cane mill on the morning of the tith and will slake sorghum for John Taul boo and Sam Hurch field firiltIAt this writing the corps of en gineors for the Mountain Central j an nearing the head of Landsaw fork of Stillwater and expect to reach Wilson fork of Lacy creek the 8th At5 Si The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so desperate as poor health Success today demands health but I Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the world has ever jII known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood j I and tones and invigorates tho while system Vigorous bodyand keen bruin follow their use You cant j afford to slight Electric Bitters if j weak rundown or sickly Only fKc Guaranteed by all dealers LEXIE J G Trimble went to Campton Monday on business Jeff Cruoy and family were the wifelSunday Miss Edna Childers of Stillwa ter was visiting her cousin Miss I Zola Childer recently Miss Ora Campbell ofyour town was visiting her aunt Mrs J H Trimblo of this place ncentlyI Mrs W S Trimble was called Friday to the bedside of her father Uncle Jordan Wills who is very low Berry James and wife and MrsI George Byrd spent Sunday night with James Cox and family at Toliver J H Trimble and wife spent from Friday until Sunday with Mr and Mrs M S Campbell of your town Stews Rose and family Floyd Hollon and wife and Mrs Scuthey Lacy were visiting with W S Trimble and family Sunday Berry James and wife Curtis Byrd and wife George Byrd wile andsJames Cox took dinner with Mr and Mrs Joe Lee Wilson Sunday Sept G BKHTIE Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diurrhrea Remedy is today the best known medicine in use for the relief and cure of bowel complaint It cures griping diarrhoea dysen tery and should be taKen at the first unnatural looseness of the bowels It is equally valuably for children and adults It always I cures Sold by all dealers STILLWATER- Mrs R J Rose and D B Tyru and family visited J D Edwards and family Sunday- I n Tyra last Saturday sold to Jack Rittenhouse six yearling steers for 100 cash Irnclo Jack Rittenhouse of your sold a gray horse to D B Tyta for 125 D B Tyra Berry Buchanan and James Bush left today for Breath itt county to halo hay J A Rose and G W Wheeler of your town attended the conven tion at Campton Saturday G B Rose and wife and the latterp sister Emma visited with S C Rose and wife Sunday Willie C Buchanan who has been in the employ of the Cumber land Pipe Line Co returned to his home here Saturday night James Tyler of Campton pass ed here Saturday morning en route to Kittenhouse Ranch to do some repair work on a gasoline engine Jeff Brewer and son Valentine recently contracted with the Brod headGarret company to do an other big logging job in Menifee countywhich will last about a year George Buchanan and son Will iam visited your correspondent Sunday morning Mr Buchanan received notice to appear as petit juror in the Federal court which convenes ut Jackson on the 20th Victoria Rose and two children who had been visiting relatives and friends in this section for two weeks left Wednesday morning for their home at Farmer City III She writes that they made the trip safely raving made close connections with all homegoing trains The Republicans ot Wolfe coun ty met in convention at Campton lust Saturday and nominated the following ticket County Judge B D Rose sheriff I S Miller circuit court clerk Geo L Athey jailer Mat Brewer assessor Jas Brown The convention was an interesting and quiet affair and everything done seemed to have the hearty approval of all present Sept 0 DOMIXOO i A Hurry Up Call Quick 1 Mr Druggist Quick 1 A box of Buckleus Arnica Salve Heres a quarterFor the love of Moses hurry 1 Babys burned him self teiribly Johnnie cut his foot with the axeMamies scaldedi Pa cant walk from piles Billie has boils and my corns ache She got it and soon cured all the fam fly Its the greatest healer oil earth Sold by all dealer- sSANDFIELD ij Misses Lou Ward and Emma Cox of your town were guests of J J Catron and family Sunday The funeral of Miss Elma Wild son will be preached at Sandfield the first Sunday in October Every body invited j May Wilson who has been vie iting her aunt Mrs W A Oldfield for two mouths past left for hey home near Mt Sterling Monday Sunday morning September d the Angel of Death visited tie home of Mr and Mrs J B Mc Nabb and claimed their son E4 as His own to dwell with Him oh high Ed was a bright young mad aged 20 years and was married ijo Miss Maggie Childers December fij 1908 They were enjoying the pleasures of this world until about two weeks ago when he was stricken with typhoid fever The remaloe were laid to rest in the family graveyard Sunday evening Dr fix M Center conducting the services Sept 0 N B C Sutecribe for tile Herald 1AO 1 i i t 1i i I INSKO Pros Bailey ftmdo a trip to West liberty a few Jays ago I Peter Craso of Lee City was visiting relatives here Saturday i r F and Krank Walters were Mere a few days ago on business r 1 1 C Baileyi mil Rigg Crass were yt Lee City Saturday on business Citylaiij 3nPSa3 nPSat ti madesiI Saturday I 1 Malcomb Patrick of Netty attended prayer meeting here lust Thursday night Jahiza Hnn y and Rev Harlan Murphy of Grassy hold court at this place the 1 ther day l 1 J W Bane and wife who havet been visiting friends and relatives jn Rowan county for a week or so returned homj th other day very much delightifllltvllh their trip Septlil i NAT r h t t Can he depended upon is an Expression wejalI like to hour and withChamberlainDiarrhea Reriedy it means that it never fails toicure diarrhea dysentery or boel complaints It us pleasant tp take and equally valuable for Children and adults Sold by all dealers i MURPHY FORK I Bern to thhwife+ of Silas Hel ton of Flat C tap last week a tine Democratic by Last week fort Cecil bought a good bunchIf cattle from John Murphy ut IIS a head t James Ve t of Bonny spent Sunday at thji home of his niece Mrs Lizzie Murphy of this place Cleve Phillips cane mill is in t full blast anil is making the best sorghum that ever can be spread on good biscuits and so on and so forth Henry j I Asa of Bonny while out driving a drummers team in John son county fast week was taken suddenly illyi and is not expected to 1 live J Otis KasH of Stillwater was seen at the Some of J S Pieratt Sunday itis Maggie thin the star owns the magnetic flame ii Little Charlie Lindon of Gill more spent from Thursday until Sunday at tl e home of Mrs Lizzie Murphy an1had a jolly time with Lovey Dove 1 The funeral1 of Elizabeth Couch wife of J T Couch will be preach ed at the Grassy church the first Otd in October Revs Harlan and Wilson will do the talk ig Ben Murphy took a tour last week over Morgan and Wolfe coun ties in seal ch of cattle and suc ceeded in buying 1QO head or more whit + for quality and size- surpllSRes lythinK he has ever bought andj Ben is a good judge Saturdaylwas a gala day on the creek Th1 bands played and everybody chtjered as the great Mur phy Fork baseball nine came home with anothtjr victory added to their list They Ihad been to Hazel Green and walloped the boys there by al score of J4t to U I tell you the I I Murphy F rk boys are coming some i I S 1eptJ i OlT Dout waSte your money buying I plasters wneu you call get a bottle I 25Ito any olasier for lam back pains j I I in the side and chestand much cheaper fold by alljdealers I I III jsoma things and iontebWy they would like to do i t III I i I i i i s t i THE DEVIL Men dout believe in adevilnowas iheir fathers ued to do Theyve found the door of the liromieM creed to let his majesty through There isnt a print of his cloven foot or a fiery dart from his how To be found in earth or air today for the world has voted so But who in mixing the fatal draught that palsies heart and brain And leads the earth of each passing year with ten hiindredthoiiMand slain Who blights the bloom of the land tnd y with the fiery breath of hell If the devil isnt and never wan wont t somebody rise and tell Who dogs the steps of the toiling saint and digs the pits for his feet Who sows the tares in the field of Time wherever God sows his wheat The devil iIn voted not to be3nd of couric the thins is true Rut who iis fining the kind nf work the devil alone should do We are told that he does not wt altout as- a roaring lion now Hut whom shall we hold responsible for the everlasting rr w To he heard in home in church in state to the earths remotest hound If the devil by an unanimous vote is nowhere to be found Wont somebody step to the front forth with and snake his bow and show How the frauds and thecrimesof the day spring np for we surely want to know The devil was fairly voted out audof course the devil is gone But simpler people would like to know who carries his business on- Selected Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely ueraiigei the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never Im used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage theywill tin is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure mauufac tured by V J Cheney i Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken intern ally acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the syptem In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo 0 by F J Cheney Co Tea tiuioniala free Sold by druggists Price 75c a bottle Take Halls Fatuity Tills for constipation Watermelon Pickle A very delectable pickle may be made from the rind of the water melon Peel off the outer green skin and all the pulpy pieces about two inches long or any fancy shape preferred and lay in a weak brine allowing about a cup of salt to each gallon of water Soak over night then drain rinse in cold wa ter and weigh Alloy for every pound of the rinds a half poundof sugar then vinegar to cover the whole Stick a clove in each piece of the rind and allow to every seven pounds of fruit an ounce of cinnamon and half an ounce of cassia buds Put vinegar and sugar in the preserving kettle andwhen i hot add the rinds Cook until clear and tender enough to ho easily piercedwith a splint Keep in glass cans or a stone jar aa pre 1 fl3rredEx Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlains Cough Rem edy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack Sold by all dealers Well well what do you thinkof this You may call us a liar but it is the truth nevertheless Did you see itand only the first of Sep tember These are some of the expressions that were beard on the streets last night in regard to the snow which fell about eight oclock This is the first time that we can remember of it snowing in Sep tember and those hot daysjust- I the other day This is certainly getting to be a very uncertain old DailyCommercial Your complexion ae weal as your temper is rendered miserable by a disordered liver By taking Chum berlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets you can improve both Sold by all dealers It is only a matter of time uu til beople begin to say nice things a about you but you will be too dead to appreciate themaj t IJ IJJItHE HERALD i Hazel Grew I cla matter r t t SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY 11 11PHUItSDAY Sept 9 190 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUiT COURT JAMES I DAMS Judge KELLY KASII Commonwealths Attont 1 IL IIOLUiv Clerk Meets third Mondaj in January first felltlIIberWOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge G B STAMPER County Attorney ClerkLmouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tu e ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District o1C M Fallen third IriIIiu March June September and Iete ber District NoRobert Brooks fourth Fri day iu February May August aud No vember District Xo 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August aud Novemb I FridayMarchDistrict So5T C Hollon second Fri yiin March June September and leceinber District Xo Cloy Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District o1t T Heltou lyurtb Frii day in March June ejiteuiber and 1De p cember fii District No SJ MI Iunlat first Fri- daya1 hvemheriu February May august aud No DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Slate tVnator llh Senatorial Iislri 1 I 1IOU- h lf 1wtilev County ForRiresenUtive Hist Legislature Distri- ll MALONE IYKINlOf Morgan Countyi 0t TWENTY TEIBD JUDICIAL DISTRICT For Circuit Judge II n KKDWINE OfJJreatbitt County For Cowmoualth Attorney mos C JOHNSON Of le County 0WOLFE COUNTY For County Judge W n DUFF For County Court ClerkI L avltKOLL For Circuit Court ClerkoJ C IJNUON For Sherltf GEOItGE V SAIJ LV For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For Ahses or JT CKNTEIL For JailerJ C l urn I t For Co Superintend IIIJ W TAlLHEE For Surveyor ECKKECH II I I IForCoroner J HANK SAMPLE Ij MORCAN COUNTY 1ljij For Circuit Judge 3nd District ulI I NNI1 i iH- f t For County JudgeII C I RKGlSON f t For County AttorneyJ P HANEV l For COulltrClerkJ 1 H SEBASTIAN For SUlertillelltlelit 1i N BABE I1 I Y MOAKIJiiilr For JailerJI C CO1IIW1 i forAssessor WHIT iEMPI tfororonerJM1 IIANI ForSurveorII1Ull gl 5 Cot W P WALTON has againI returned to the newspaper fieldl and wields the pen as editor of titt Lexington Evening Gazette Het has the natural qualifications for Jiewspapor wOlk and is a newspaper man born and when he writesJ he is one of those editor who says something i FORTYTHREE attempts to reach I the North Pole and 753 lives were lost in the various expeditious All these efforts were made since 1553 and were organized and fi ititI sauced by different governments but it remained for tho Unite States to be the successful contestant 1 as is now evidenced by the i fact that Dr Fred A Cookwl10 j furnished prII visions for the perilous voyage Ii y John D Bradley of Chicago roach I ed a point so far north that 1 ho found no north no eaet no wes t Nothing but south and had como I to the point whero latitude and longitude converge and become one i M GOOD ROADS MOVEMENT k Open 7GovernorI Governor Willso u ri i s sued the following Address on the Good Roads Move lout To the people ol Kentucky the request of th Kentucky Go Roads Associate n and because feel the deeps t interest in t Good Roads Movement and I think Jfcifl my dutyGovernor to help a- II It I f I tc 1 I and ask everybody else to help the I movement invite nil of our poo- t pie to come jo the meeting under the auspices fof tho Kentucky Good Roads Association to be held 1tI the Kentucky State Fair Grounds Thursday September IG1909 and cvoryhodyrtI question intertstod anti can attend will tI tend und talean earnest and ac live interestin the movement ulIdI all Fiscal courts commercial ganizations cities counties and t towns tclie purpose of jiganizing the various counties ini the interest of the movement In order to bring out the full strength to vote for the constitutional amendment at the November of action iiettore Honorjible M C Hankin has utTered a prjze of if 100 on JIow to jfinance complete and maintain good roads also upon The noces city of the adoption of tho Good 1 oads Amendment The good roads we have in Kentucky are tie best possible argument for tl1o goon roads that we shaoh not fu man travels over a good road iInd has to come back over a had fond it hurts him ery turn ofthe wheels toJbuld oodiwads but you more jthan get your money back I faman has gtiod land and no fences it takes intiieyto build tho fences heIII1 cause the flutes protect tho farm and make iik worth as much more as the fences cost JtI costs mollev to build a suit able barn ijjr a farmer who knows what he Iijeeds but he gets his Imoney bac r in the use of the barn jit posts mrilJBV to build n suitsjle h house to live in but ho gets his money bn ofIthe h house I I wtljIl to n1Ulleybuild ch etis worth only IdOan acre on a bad road then the farm becomes worth liO to IFOluI hero as soon as t good road teaches it so he gets his Iicti in value ajid if he does not soil 1 his lland he gtits back more than t interesti on his money in the t creased expense of getting what he raises to market over the good road instead of jiver the had road JNobod can fully enjoy self respect wlyj lives on a bud road any longer than ho can help A bad road makes it hard for him to have IllS pleasure in living hard to attend church andschool and get back home again hard to haul his crops to the place where they are to be told or shipped hard I fori his friends to come to see him or for him to go to see them He woLt travel it any more I than he ctrl help no one will aud- iti puts all his life on a lower scale than it wofild be if he lived on a good road M do nut write for hermits hut jfor human beings who believe that I tliqy were made for living in comt munities ifnd for neighbors and friends J The Gohd Roads Movement is not a lottiry nor a speculation but there is no lottery in which t ng druwiRon grehereitod road that Is properly placed In some state they may build more rondsj than are necessary lout is not any danger of this in Kentucky it present There ire some parts of the state in which good roads could not bo bi ilt without some state Jholp There is no movement for the state ty pay tho whole expense 1 of any rcid Many states have Good Poa4s Lawc and the balance illing contilbuted by the locale and the rojids are built under t 8 ongineithjr I W ey I shall be according to state specifications i w ichalways provide for substantial ed 1 genda I tion is made on a public basis iin stead of fc private interests looking to the places which the road is populationo to bridges etc Suchood Road Laws have proved a v ry great blessing to ev ory state which has adopted themt gainedt iu public faltor the total amount appropriated iu any one year ie cut according to tho cloth null not all can be served at once and there is always ja waiting list of com helpinAnd itjis greatly to the interest of tout ties that already have good road to vote for the amend mant for testate to help counties which haw not Every good road customerstitbuyodl theItobeI a- renSauabl expenditure by reason I ble assist nee from the state each I t ft t Lii I year for twenty years would co JI tho state with a net work of go roads which would double tho v aII no of all the propel ty in this stn quadruple its business and do u great deal to better the condition of everybody in tno statein every ji p art of it j Manv children exile thomsol from tho inane nod tho home bo cause tho bad roads between the j h homo aud places they wish to vis I it make it almost a prison If the i matter were placed clearly bof- he minds of every voter in IKeni ticky the vote in favor of tint newl movement would bo a 100 to 1 I hope it will be umplu andI sufficient to adopt tho amendment I hope that everybody will give this matter serious thought and consider his own situation and situation in every part of tho st LtOI and will take an earnest active iin carrying tho amendment a that all who can will como to the Good Ponds Meeting at the fair whether delogats or not andl gather all the thought and zealI available for tho amendment and for good roads AirriSTrs K WIIISON Governor of Kentucky vYoung Men In Politics What cue they do for each oth er Politics will not lot men alone youngor old and therefore men ore compelled to give some aftEll Lou to politics One of tho ancient philosophers said that if good citizens did not give attention to their government theywould he punished by ho r compelled to live under the r ofworse citizens thou themselves 1 If 1 were going to amend this say iing 1 lwould add tho query Can tthere be worse citizens than those who pay no attention to their gov eminent A scholar may bo lee as ured by his learning andn businessman by his wealth but a citizen must be measured by fidelity in the performance ol his civic duties Tho science of government is a goyshemay well desire to be skilled Most ofour great moo have entered pol- Itics 1 young it is only oceusionly themaellei I However anxious a young man may be to outer politics ho must ula 1 recognize that opportunity is r essary as well as preparation that iis he must nut only be toady to take advantage of an opportunity Ibut he must wait until the opportunity As a matter of fact however failure to lise politically is more often due to lack of prep edness than to lack opporhutt If the young mUll who loves I hisjfellowj unxiou8ji to servo than to hold higholhi I jpolitics oilers great opportunities I i Commoner Satisfied With the Outlook j Firm in the belief that both he and his district were greatly ben elited by tho Democratic rally at Louisville H M1 Cox of West Liberty member of the State Cen tral Committee from the Tenth districtj stated Friday at the LoI 1 laud Hotel that ho was more than pleased with the success of the imeeting iu every way The committeeman was on his way to 1 homo and stopped over for u con feronce with the Hon W F Klair I believe that tho direct hetie ifit which Louisville derived from the barbecue cannot bo estima j iin a small way ho said and know that many men who were on tho fenco so to speak worn influenced by tho showing of good fel- lowship1 to become more firmly all l j partyIthe meeting will spell Domocru j yearho I Idtoj not be more satisfactory than they are at present and I know one I1 enough that the Democratic will have everything its own way ovumborLexingtonHerald CASTORIAForI The Kind Yon Have Always p dears the Signature of l I ntcIeserLplrlL7 use toots Simple poi li 1 01lethis futier Peetlmarextrr Sampson a tlcicon Su Boston JIiu I Photography Iniernn rirtThodr AMKRICAN 1inrroGRArnv uchllll r lutiful pifturet month ly prise contest plaure I criticism Tiiestiont in I heretl SamiJeci y fret I If v w mentWn this paper American Photolpty Ikicon SU DuUon Muf Ir lal Subscribe for this Herald 100 iI Head4uarte s tofor the IPP Watches Jewelry Silverware and Optical + i at the lost prices Vm can j also have four tl and fitted with jglasses properly and oSIllIrrctly rail aud obtijin p suet lri it will tint cost you ill to III convinced jl I JAR MAUPFINIr- e1 I WATCHMAKER JEWELERi I l iCAMPTON KY I FARMJRRSAJEJ lethL9 Ilying on the frattirs of Lwyjj test 1i AlllrdI t good timber lHluearlyullleared t lund in grass Largo orchard over I lasting tine yatur 5roonj dwell ill house hulls and porchts also tenant houso For the nexi I thirtya days this grin will be bargain Possession given Tat uiUuII tarticuIlursl i Li No 1 Hud n 111 ii- iii I I Rare iODDortu itg- i J I olFcr for wile my rendiiica conit ing of t eveuroiin cuttnge JIIO lot ganlen mdtijutbuildigH Onj of the most deirableiurttiun s in HazJl Green bnrraluhfi of the kind ilk the country 1 jinj f Wished with a complete outfitiof tools j and stuck of materials and upl lies j luippedwith ower and inaclnuery cenaKitelyFor ad Aivit JOHN H ROSE March JlI j Hazel tire n Ky u i FRUIT AID ORNAM NT I TREESLollfs i Everything for ji RDEyesl 1 fi F H1LLJ2NMKYER JSOXS K1ciIVWrite iorrree CatalggaI t I f KILLtHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUHCStt riWITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CQUCHSPBIGE frer AND ALL THR AT AND lUNG TRC USLES GUARANTEED SATISFAbXOB OR MONEY REPUNDEn t dt v AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY 1Tl l 1 i TOLEDO BLADE TOJKDO oleo Ii The Best Known Newspa hisper in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State fa V3fed thanIItIsmillion people its lied is nth circuui scribed bv Statfe boundaries but involves the length rout Ihculthor tin Iliiteil States 1inj 1 Tamiltt0 I fit for the Auier I iean home for the fireside and yf ieven inembir of the family To Ilthi this purpose it s kept clean and f j The news of thij world is handled in a co I depottI I1 taking care The Household prole is u de l lj liuht to the women aud children current prtjdice1 oleo of plcain the Kreatint nunjber of fiiv j rrbouk urnns are conducted ith the 1purpose lof tchaut iiloplcii thidehe i rice ot ubscl titl yearSample j THE BLADE Toledp Ohio ti1Ji iiPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I HAZEL7 GREEN Ki his profjstional services to the citi i of Hazel Green and surrouuUing coun II aj0ictionOffice I III I I 1iI DAYHIOUSEl airy Hazel Green Kr I Mr LdtI torIArgeHest table farfc BO lighted bYEas tTroughout andstint eacomutodations U I traveling map j I I I i 1f i 1t I I ti I 1 it I t OAY 300OOO PREMIUM 6 BIG NIGHTS HORSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME mtfKS DAILY RACESNATIELLO AND HIS BAND WORKSI 25 Here the finest live slock and the best bnn products see s aded1f friend amusement is combined with inlocralioa Show rain or shine day asdw- worldnight fa the larcest aad Here LITO Stock YavUloi fa the i Quarter ol a M1Woa WUllSe COME yLOW RAILROAD RATES lOIIINlOItNATIONCATALOGULLNTRYBLANKSADDAEBSSecretary w IautJones Bldg Louisville Ky SALK GettingG geadPaII- CLEAR1NUP GooffsII tl a fuulTROYul l 1 Are reducing stock to make ulu1room for hull Goods and are selling Flowers and all other millinery right down at cost I pGive them a call told see how cheap they are selling everything COSTAL Ac Smotliing lik this in price Taylor Made Skirts at 100 Wash Skirts at 100 i Collars euch 1Sc to 20 Ladies Fine Lace Collars worth 125 at 90 Hair Pulls worth 125 at 90 j Laces at 4c to 9c per yard and embroidery at 4c to lOc per yard H PO For Seasona- bleMILLINERY J 11 flitIJ G n1IiJV J ti a P t jNOTIONS Etc nit JV W ICallon v iiMISSNtT j FALAY LONGii I lij If j ElitEli i1 i1uOF CITY KY u ifI CAPITAL 2600000 eiIJJ1 SURPLUS 5OOOOO 1 30I UNDIVIDED PROFITS 487364 I I AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY I iW WYOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED ll4 11II 1COSTER L CONLEY PSldI JONES Cashier JOE C STAMPER Vice Pres ffi a fji 1L fIiO f GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY have several fine myslopstyle to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearsejj andwill attend all burials when isrI 2Mf lolioitedII I YK j TnU Winonustuf Banka WINCHESTER KY 1 N H WiTHEBsroojjPris i W 11 SiiiAR Cashier l r Patti 10000000Undlelded orfoyerI50OOOOOO I 4Tblli ofmerchantsfarmerstradersand mess men generalljthroughout Eastera Kentucky and offers iu custom mOltUberatermof legitimatebanking loctZly iiet 1 I I I J i t t I 1 j jc I Sr j i t i I i r I I I t I TheCough of ConsumptionYour fresh air and good food are the real cures for consumption But often the cough is very hard Hence we suggest that ask your doctor about11youyour taking Ayers Cherry i Pectoral It controls the tickling t quiets the cough j J publish our forIIW j Aw from oar oedkins- y C W nr you to coninlt your doctor4 j One of Ayers Pills at bedtime will cause i in increased flow of bile and produce gentle laxative effect the day following Formula on each box Show it to you I doctor He will understand at a glance Dose one pill at bedtime Had by the J C lrrCo Lon Mu THE HERALD1 DRINK WA1XSCOTTSROXA KOLA Y Wm Foreman the oil driller 1 last week moved into the new Me Lin cottage Mrs Oscar Haw Carlisle L P Todd Richmond and X P Spain 1hower Ruthton are at the Swan go House this wee- kGHIIdrort Cry FOR FLETCHERS 3 CASTORIAI Dr Laird says he cannot possi bly stay here any longer than next J Wednesday and all who wish den tal work should call in the mean time m 1 Dr Xickell reports the birth of I a boy to the wile of J H Stam I t per Saturday Sept 4 Dr Stam J per is in Missouri or was at last accounts Supt Chambers will be in Hazol Green on the 14th inst to organ ize the school board for this subdivision of the school trustees of the county I Jep Halseywife and baby of t Murphy fork were in town Tues t day to see Dr Vitriol Cuter uII regard to their little child which is quite delicate I ttH S Swango wife and child ofjj I arrived here Saturday ttParisvisit Mr Swangos parents Mrs II H Swango anti- family for a week or so j Judge 0 P Carter and wife ofI Bonny Morgan county were here over Sunday and left Tuesday They came to visit Mrs Clellie Stamper whom they raised For SaleTwo of tho Pioratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot five rooms in each i house Apply at this office Reese Rose and family who j have been running the new Hazel Green Hotel left today for Leo i City their former home and the hostelry is without a landlord J Goff Long of Demand came in Sunday evening and is assibl- ingI his brotherinlaw ltobt Cecil in the store and making prep arations to enroll at the academy next Tuesday u Lenix Swango and wife wh 1 have been living at Maytown since school closed returned here a fe days ago and Lenix will again teach the commercial departmen- of the school For SaloOne lihorse port able AultmanTaylor boiler and engine also one 22inch Bradfor- corn mill All in firstclass order For further information apply t I F M Long Demund Ky If you want a fine razoras good as you can buy for 2call this at office and got one forfi1 We also have a few watches good tim keepers that can bo had for each Dont wait until supply iis gone Miss King who has been teach ing at the academy for several1 years past came in last week after a pleasant vacation spent at Lex ington and has since been traveling over adjoining counties in tho jntweat of the school I i + daraI Sunday School Convention 1 The Wolfe county Sunday I convention will be held at Bethel church near Gosneyville on theI second Sunday in September the 12th lOOt beginning at 9110 a in All Sunday school teacher- and j everyone interested in the 4j work are urged to bo present andi take part in the exorcises Bring I well filled baskets and let us have a big dinner or the ground I Following is the piogrm- Jong i I fylerIr r Interest tbat Calls fur Conventions II II Swango How to Reach the Outway Pis i trictPaul Derthick SnndayFchoolsI eI I Alp innnentof Committees Moos KECKS creIbI Obstacles to Overcome in Mountain IIFiuanceaBruceThe Bible our Supreme Authority M O Carter i Plans to Quicken the Interest j IIfIII IRelationj Ij Sabbath Observance Rev fifteen Benediction All minute addresses Adjournment and papers limited gnrIIJ Falls Through Elevator ShaftIMaysville Sept iH C lIorntl don deputy internal revenue col t teeter liO years old whose home is j in Ashland full a distance of one story through an elevator shaft here tins morning in the Dodson building on West Second street He sustained concussion of the flspineI His escape from death was remarkable 1 t 9 4Mr4 where he married Miss Nannie Johnson He was postmaster here some 25 years ago and for a timepJp was a valued employe of THK Him AID Clay Herndon has a host of flwitl1 I fl Lhisiously as now anticipated Frank i Johnson Sr is a brotherinlaw l JIi of Mr Herndon I I I InTheI I week had the pleasure of an inter I I l view with Capt Benton a guest 1 at Rittenhouse Ranch and review T ed the carpetbag times in Lou i fisiaria and Mississippi Capt Ben j ton lives in Missouri but in thu early carpetbag days he went i I to Louisiana near Lake Provi i dence and started a general merchandise j store or properly speak ing a supply store to furnish tenants with what they needed while JJit making a crop of cotton pthep FoutfitI tablishad the first newspaper ever L3 published in Issaquena county fi1lowfi11 bag rule in that country we feel safe in saying ihat Capt Benton Ii was not of the tribe and had the editor listened to the appeals of i that same carpetbag adminis lie tration he would have amassed enough to live a lifetime Howa ever it would have been wafted waysothat are dark and tricks that aref muchwKentucky blood and believe Capt Iv totbe guilty of the ways some people made their money in those days and as the old song goes In the days when I was hard up I bow ed my spirits down er dAnd many the friend Ive sought tohborrow h lf a crown whoseoilAlthoui i like a man Capt Benton was a captain in E the Eighth Kentucky Infantry looksetoday to make Unt 1Icle a good yet ID The ra I grow of weeds and 11 the various mudhole9 in the roads t 1call fo th much adverse criticism I from visitors to our otherwise beau iful little city Can not some thing be done to improve the sn nary condition ct our surround jig t i1 I 1 I j l I 1 Henry Gillaspie who has been 1oufttied to his porno by typhoid 1over for several week past was ble to come to tqwn yesterday CebleIalDisa Sarah Pratt and Erne tSlam of White Oak Morgan counI y were married at the Christian hurch here Tuesday morning Rev iehorti Nickell performing the eremoiiy Members of the Epworth Leaguer ill give a box supper Saturday veiling September 13th at the lublic school house Funds willI I o to the M E church Ever rods invited n Frank Horton and wifof Mon ornery county came up Friday list and visited Mrs P N Day intil Tuesday when they loft f ampton where Mr Horton has leveral relatives Miss Esther Pratt a daughter f Oliver Pratt of Gillmoro is liv ry ith the editor and his wif i youngjllditsg e tier stay pleasant IMr Curt Rose who has been risking her sisterinlaw Miss Car ie Rose for a week or so past left esterday with her little daughter or West Liberty principally to neet her husband who is travel ng for Watts Ritter Co i Among the recent guests regis I eyed at the Day House we find I am Carter West Liberty A F carver Campton E C Watson nd wif Cane Dave Marks Chi ago III Donald Kerr Now York lenry Clay Cox West Liberty nd John W Brown Muskogee hklajo Miss Iva Weekly who lived with toot Cecil and wife this spring nd summer left last week for ouisville where she will live with Mrs Bledsoe Iva is a mighty tibe girl and during her stay inI friendsLhoi l name J R Mauppin the jeweler and Optician at Camptou has an ad this paper to which we call you Itattention Ever once in a whileI InmnKrwI asks us Where can I fit my watch fixed glasses to fit ly eyes etc So here is the op ortunity and from what w know retoolwend Dave Marks representing theI olz Shoe Co Chicago was regis Bred at the Day House Wednes flay and sold Sam Kash for Kash Sample a large line of fine shoes pave is no relation to Marks theII Jawyer who figures in Uncla Toms abiu but if you could hear hIm pie youd think him a lineal de dendant But talk makes trade und as Dave is sending a fine pair to us we can afford to say ffshoes and maybe more Theodore Lewis of Lex ington county clerk of Fayett- county is a guest of Ritteuhouse Hanch He iis now serving a third term in office and we note that he a candidate for the same placei Theo Lewis his i been popular as one may judge by his occupying the same placei or three successive terms Ii knows nearly everybody and near everybody knows him He keeps his office in first class business style is himself courteous andmakes all his deputies treat visitors with urbanity In all th I years tie has been in office we nevI heard any one complain that failed to treat them right o allowed his deputies to be derelict ii duty We havent voted in of Fayette for lo these many years i Ele s and vote for Theo Lewis for coun clack and dont forget ou- talianDutch friend Bon FreckI If our bond be any good e will gladly give it for either orI both of these men because in a career cf thirty years among all classes of citizens we never have met with one man who did not like Ben Freckman and Theo Lewis and we believe they will do to tie to L KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled it is said that over 50000 people at I tended theJefersonianbarbecueatLouis- st ville last week The hearing in the Court of Appeals for the Beach Hargis case has been set for September 19 I IA mammoth warehouse to hold full one million pounds of tobacco is hei a built near wportIIn a IHIOOO fire which destroyed a wholesale liquor house in Louisville last week seven men were injured li Repuhycans met together in Lexington lust week and nominated fusion ticket for conn estA list of tin teachers who attended the Institute in Fayette county last week teachingrin that county Over exertion in the task of drivinc cattle from his home six miles away to Louisville caused the death of A 1 Itt Stone a fanner killedeby dogs one night last week on the farm of William Pettit near Lexington A nut n ber of others were wounded At a big banquet given in honor of United States Senator W O Bradley at Louisville recently over Jon of the faithful chieftains sweltered Herman F Robs a young man from Cincinnati who bad mysteriously disup pea red and was missing for several days was found working in u tobacco lie near Cynthiitnu by his uncle and take home Artie Owen of Clark county was up in an apple tree cutting off a limb and losing his balance he fell out sticking a snag under his arm about three and a half inches It almost pawed through his lady Within the past six weeks six men have met violent deaths in Henderson county and all from the effects of liquor Now dont refer to Bloody Ureathitt any more when other counties are equal ly as lawless Members of the Second regiment of the State militia in camp near Frank fort last week broke up a shack of dis pensers of4otand hard liquors near the camp saying that no wet good should be sold in their vicinity Kentucky mules seem to be advancing in value as some of the recent sales show T8 Robertson of Bath county recent ly sold to a Bowling Green dexter thirty twtryearling mules for 350 and a pair of work mules for 500 That the automobile airship motor cycle and other modes of pleasuretravel are not supplanting the horse iis demon strated by the fact that at a recent auc tion sale in New York Col Milton Young of Lexington sold nine tboi oughbred yearlings for 10975 an aver age of nearly 1200 each Shortly after Clark county was formed a suit was instituted concerning some land in what is now Bath county The style of the suit was Blackwells Heirs against Ullery and for eighty years it was ou the docket of the Clark Circuit Court Finally the lawyers litigants witnesses and all having died it was stricken from the docket Winchester DemocratJames Littral aged S years shot and killed his 0 year old sister Gertie at Nicholasville last week The weapon used was a double bairel shotgun which andewhich he picked up to play with The topof the little girls head was blown off and her brains scattered over the room The girl was the youngest of six children of Mr and Mrs C A Littrall and the girlsAfter serving four years in the penitentiary oc the charge of murder Frank Ward was pardoned by ActingGoyernor eCox During a general tow at Pitts burg Laurel county a man named Goo an innocent bystander war shot and Frank Ward George Ward and J J Landrum were indicted for the killing The two latter were acquittedand re wrotetoGovernorWilleson that he had killed Got but that iit was an accident sheeprkilling dog problem in a successful way builtdpasture a square pen loss roofed it but left a big hole in the mid die in which he suspended a part of a sheep Nearly every morning when hfe went to the pen he found one or more ourt of business In the course of the winter he caught about forty dogs and didnt loso any more sheep Moreover he kept on good terms with his neighbors which is a bard thing to do if you hoot their dogs and go around bragging about it For SnleA Victor graphophone with 36 records i will be sold for less than the cot of the records Apply at this office Sr IIgt Cr ImHIIAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasjjood are but Experiments that trifle with ami endanger tlio health of i Infants and Children Experience against Experiment j 1 What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare j gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is IMcasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Xarcotlo substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrluea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mitt Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach rout Bowes giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens aunecTho Mothers Friend f GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought YearsnTHE rua CQMPANV TT MUflllAV TMCCT HCWYONK CITY j n CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Cur stock of Spring and Summer roods is complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Liirna CALICOES i at 5 Cents a Yards OUR FINE LINE OF SHOES and OXFORDS H I are uptodato and will astonish youII If You Dont Sep What you Want Call For It IfiitI e r THE NEXT SESSION O- FIIAZELGREENACADEMY WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 Kash Johnson KashI DEALERS IN i General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of tho people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware ct and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have tfiein in all the varied styles and qualit for WOMEN AX1 MEN and sell thorn at the lowest margin oft tit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shsof our formerimmense stock inoluding in the lot some very fine nd many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair n bargain will be sold At Costs and Carriage and Even Less1 KhIIrI I I JI I AI I 0- r 1 aT L ii wff 1rI iirJ JI I I I EpilepsyFits i liMy son was cubed oi avery I bad case of epilepsy with Dr Ij Miles Nervine I 1 I MRS D BAKER Cleveland O My little daughter who was afflicted with St Vitus Dance is now entirely well after taking Dr Miks Nervine only four monthsMRS C G BENNETT Alma Mich lif Epilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance and Spasms are all nerv ous diseases They have been cured in so many instances with Dr Miles Nervine that it iisi reasonable to conclude that it isi almost sure to cure you With nervous diseases of a cver type persistent use has almost invariably resulted in a couplet C cure or lasting benefits worth many times the cost of the remedy The best evidence you canf I t get of its merits is to wfite t those who have used it Get a bottle from your druggist J Take it all according to directions and i if it does not benefit he vfill re tarn your moneji j THE VERY BET I I I Have any of our readers se4n are rnt copy of the Cincinnati Weekly fiuquirer If not it will pay send for a copy if for no other pu pose than to note its present gre worth as an educator in all j things that tend to make life prosperous 3i and home the happiest place on earth The editor by asking its Readers to criticise and suggest i ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reachi that higher level in social 1 where content and comforts reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when at how to regulate and increase the income from hisi efforts TI mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts j questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to l plingi The Grand Idea beingthat c are our Homes so will lie the Community State and Nation A most desirable help is a nonl sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblidal Student Pastor Chas T Russellc aforcibleall reminder of the spiritual and tem righteoiusi living as preferable to a Godless miseryiffill Other departments and features are above the ordinary j the unanii I mous verdict of its rea ers bein fangZSeeklySample copies may be had bytag writing to the ENQUIRER COMPA xyflong Cincinnati O iI G 1 1JlcCALL PATTERNS 1Celebrated for style perfect iiI simplicity and nearlyeveryi Canada or by mail direct More told than f any other make Sind lot free etal + ogurleyMcCALLS MAGAZINE Store subscribers than any other fashion magazine million a month Invaluable Latest styles patterns dssIl king millinery plain Acwinj fancy njedleworkhairdres tliquette rood stories etc Only 50 ee patSubscribecopyWONDERFULto Agents Postal brings premium catalogue and new cash prize offers Address THZ McCALL CO C8 to US W J7th SU KEW YOU ElecIricks BittersSucc- eed when everything else fails In nervous prostration land female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands hay testiffcIFOR KIDNEY iVER STOMACH rROUBLE evericounter CA O Z IIftfItgtrF ye 00 AN ENERGETIC FORCE I The Organ ttjon of the Kentucky StJtc Fair Work Few rcalizi the amount1 of labor and the amount of organization that it takes to put In a State Fair On Sep ember 13th 4t Louisville will be open ed the seven li annual Kentucky Stat Fair Vislto s will find on exhibition the best spec wens of practically evere llroduct Vt IICT stale Tn collect rhos exhibits dud to systemize them so as to have eve ything ready for inspec tlen and to perate the same for six days costs a out 50000 First tom the secretar I who Is charged with ese r sponslblUllof getting everything i readiness together with a large clerlI cal force ttlFn the heads of each de partinent wl Ich is always some men her of the Si ute Board of with super tendents and assistant- sutflctent f to look after each exhibit a force oflatchmen guards tick t i sellers and tflkers laborers etc ant jjI If tile a were gathered to gettler represent a goodl sized WhOljforce person is adapted t to work and no i ait greCIndustrial plant than In an exhibition of such mai Rude It was through this thorough organized force that all the dots s of last years fair was worked out IIji such an incredibly short time And the energy displayed by such a forces Is one of the luterestl 0things to be toted at a state fair I A FINE OUTING Tenting on Jhe Kentucky State Fair- Grounds Arrangem nts have been made for those who v tot to take a weeks out Ing to have their own tent upon the State Fair f ounds Persons desiring a tent shoul write to Secretary Newman of Louhiville Ky and notify him and be secured and fu 1 at actual cost Mar tentsJanan Idea that they totake A I Fair In one day rerr rtj vaatous exhibit that will he upon t grounds M my for the first time vis- Iting the SU te Fair for one day leave with the de rmlnation to come ago I the next ye4r and spend several days and make telr arrangements accord Inglye J ADVANTAGE TO FARMERS Equity and J Grange Headquarters the lentucky State Fair ngThe anaSge ment fort week at Sept 11S hasI provided a t nt to be known as Equ Headquarte s and also one to headquartersd for the use of i embers of these organ za hopedleuse aeo commodath is provided for them aodofl feel perfect y at home during the fair week f a Pains Fir works at the State Fair ofThe Stai Fair will again havet Pains Fire ogles as a night attraction Novelties li fireworks not Deretof seen will b introduced and a magn cent dlspla of forty numbers will given each night Including such de Asvices as T le Weird White Falls J a gigantic i tale 200 feet long and feet high Also a wonderful device known as Fighting the Flames showing a 1 use burning with the ore engine play ng water upon the flam done IIn fireworks Monster par traits of we 1 known people The Pain company w 11 also put on a wonder new as The Pillar Light pillar of fire of tenso deVICfknown fifty feet In t air as surroundings In cane lion with the firework ant entertalnmflyconcert earn night by the band ro a most charmIng evening and one to be remembered Toba co at the State Fair A most beral premium list is of fared for t bacco and a large and valuable ezhlb tIs expected Classes are Burleytypesf CIJThe r or African Leaf French Leaf ital StemmingLeat5 prizes Hoz M C Rankin offers x75 ini best display of Bur speClalSlorthe of Dark Tobacco of Green River than four samples butuIf cropraJsedfour samples out of each crop Horse thaw at the State Fair At every fair whether big or lit tieingin Keutuck the horse show is one of- the predo tinant features and Kentucky State Fair of 1909 will be no With one of the in slficatlons ever otteexcepUJn at fair with high ct the ribbons and the bes covered sMw arena In the world there should be t roes enough and of choice quality at tjils show As the horse ex habit can u uallY be depended upon to take care rtf itself it Is believed that with the s Idltlon of the night show feature equsoldwill be paraded before the public I For catjlog oriatormauoanSecretary I BLoDls f e w J T I u uROCK SALT It Reveals to Us a Place Where Onoa a Sea Existed Salt under ground It seems strange thing at first to find sal among the rocks deep down in the useIt reveals to us a place where one a sea existed The water has sine ehahind We know that ordinary salt exposed to the air soon gets damp and then becomes quite fluid bl srockalt away from air and sun keeps firm for apes layIthe space of underground water tarerefshalloweri A j r Then again these ancient set t 1were sometimes so salty that no animal could live in them and only a few plants Such seas in fact were mostly deadlmd this accounts for the musses of salt deposited along the bottoms But we find also signs numeroustpebbles of the layer where the sa andKquartzGermany tolerablydeeptom surface of it shows coral reefs There are signs in it of great fishes enablingthemupon which they fed These swarmed below the sea thousands Xorth England and the midlands have the Keuper beds where the seas were always shal theIyandinsun cracks The rock salt is oft en in a layer 100 feet thick It is sup posed that one part of these se hewas separated from another part a bar of sand over which the waves toppled only now and then InIn the cutoff sea evaporation went on through the ages and of course a deposit of salt was formed while the occasional overflow from outside replaced the water whit had But fnotontclear rock salt that contains the minerals we find in our present sea magIjtymixbewith fragments ofa different substance but is in columns orrough crystals Now and then there is found a layer of rock saltwith one marland shells under it succee cd by rock salt again showing th for a time a change had taken place Upon the land near these shallow salt seas lived some singular at i mall unlike those ofour earth airehistoiflreptilesbel batrachianfamily 05size ofa small ox with peculiar complicated teeth und feet whi left prints on the earth so ease liko the impressions of the human eshand that geologists gave it a Latin thehandhornyof JInLhoie supposedewarmpouchesin upikbe Democrat Mermaids and Mermen whalofound ofboth1 especiallyPacific is believed to have ed the slender basis upon which all hacbeen isi6from eight to twenty feet It has thehumanmeans of lungs It feeds upon su marine beds of seaweeds and when madbullspeciesadd to the human resemblance ofuponthe headand neck The flesh of forfoodof bacon mutton or beef to the parts of the body fr thewhich the meat is takenII Devilatnothireds I streetLondon theDeil ithadtheDcvilmanytie anwere todinnerlonguntilrleft them Gone hcameortJ1+ s7rsvelNaafres s THE WORD SHllf From Digging I theTree Trunk the Primitive Boat i cooltshipsfromearliest ancestors sat astride and the streams and just as surely s our wordship come from primIititeItword tells us of the evolution of the craft When the superior mind of our Aryan ancestors conceived the idea ofof hollowing out the flowing log weighget fitting it for their transprtation they had to find a word to express what they were doing so they nat unders stood which was shop This root signified the idea of digging hollowing out and scraping That isI what they dill to make their boats and the skimp became a noun to boatitThat root skap has lived an grown during the 10000 years an wItuiai used to give u boat ia nom andafter the breaking up and di vision of the Aryan race it followed all of its broadly divided lrancll to their new homes to be used i all tonguesThe the root i mehninghollowII scrapmc languages as w Has 1 Sanskrit it is in many weirds ofa similar signification It tame to the English through the Teutonic type sleeps meaning a ship or vessel or what was hollowed out In the middle English it was schip null Chaucer used the AngloSaxone jlander made it skip and the Dane skib The old high German hall self and the German schiff So we see the change through the century of centuries has been slight the same sound with the llsame gonefromgellerttiom hiring uslhc same wordwhen we speak of the Lusi tania as our Aryan ancestors used jfloutinglooging and scraping with stones and shells1ewlork Herald A Good Enough Excuse A melnorkible prestl ofta popular uprising in Parts when the people took possession of the Tuileries Time hero of theincident thatinpoor tlian none betterbeHe was 4n inquisitive person and regardless of the duxigcr he I hastened to the Tuileries j at mid onflychnight J t revolutionists of ominous appear I slice Why do you not wear a I cockade citizen Where is our cockade they asked ItA mob gathered about him and i fiercely Citien where I is your cockade I Desaugiers took off his hat turn it aroundjand around looked at i i on all sides and then said in atone if f of mild surprise Citizens it is strange very ii 1m mynightcap i 1 The Balloon Fish i jcontainsj1 which the writer describes a fish which is known to ashi appearonce i TheJ creature might properly be 1 nameda balloon fish Its whole I body with the exception of a part of the underside is covered with aII substancebpart there are i many sharp prongs When attack I 1 inhales i I most a globular form then turns its back leaving the protect ing prongs upward in the water Fish and man alike know how 1 painfuldtheyomg a berth HappyBjoruson once t rhoeRf as a tHISt t a delegation from the Right came to I my house in Christiania and smash ed all the windows because when they had thus attacked me and t starting for home again they felt that they ought to sing some thing and so they began to sing Yes we love oursTheyad to sing the song of the man attackcdlLollclOJ1 iiI I ii i t n4 ItuNearly all women suffer at times from female ailments Some women suffer more acutely and constantly than others But whether you haveI Imore youFj should take Vine of uartuu and get relief j I Cardui is a safe natural medicine for women ingredients 5 gives strength and tone to the whole system TAKE I The Womans TonicJ3 1 Sirs Verna Wallace of Sanger Tex tried Cardui She writes jCardui has done more for me than I can describe Last spring Ixwas taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but to dnoavailso i took Cardni and inside of three days I was able to do dmy housework Since then my trouble has never returned Try it II3AT ALL DRUG STORES 44n 4 Iiaitthei oldest and the largest banks that are the safest nObservation and experience answers NO Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control 1 t ta1 bank that loans its money in small sums well distrib ya uteri nnd well securedTiA bunk that is conservative and will protect its depositors I byIThe HAZEL GREEN BANKi H F PIERATT President R H PATTON Cashier y i KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of HazrlJ Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of LADIES GHQES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that tbeir general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notion SELECT FAMILY GROCEBIES etc to which they invite inspection c 1909 1909 G PROSPERITYt GETiSHAREIFREE1909 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year fEVERYTRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPT OF THIS SPLENDID WALL ATLAS ComiplahtFIEOOPrintedsix 28x84 achespages The Chart alone is worth J150 2 1ThePortraits of all theonlyThere nine other UnItedStatesmapofThe Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with 1 t Coats of Arms and FlagsjA page is given Kentucky fram formation of State to theBPD A HistoricalI and Political yearDirectory ol Kentucky giving residential Vote StateOfficials Area and Population U S Senators Chief Justices Speakers of Ken I tucky 1I0U5CCon onal Judicial and Railrd 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