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It II- v i r fAh l lqryel i ri1 f yy K U ljljP8 I I I I i iJ THE A it EI REEN f LER r J o = = Establish f dMarch41885 Made Famous Inthe Story of Jonathan and His Continently+ Max ORell 0 ftn COOlKK l Editor u t The Oldest most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Moun nsiSIOO a YIII in 11PwC AdfiftClIIllIllH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1900 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND n = No l i iNu3 II I STATIONS JDailyex Daily uud Sunday I Sunday Sundayonly lAMLveilMIve AMIve JacksonII 6 10 am 2 20 1uj 7W am 0KJuuct tI 15 iiii a ir inn 701aw BlattYt Jcl 7 S 2U pwl 754 uw a TorreuL Nat Bridget 7 7 1Il1wII 3 I 41 M PWItl t lUll an Cauiptou Ju 7 3 57 am Stanton S 15 IUU 4 2U pm SM aw j amClayLEJuucn 9 Wam 5 11m Wiucbester 9 128m 50 lIwIW1 aw- Lextouar 9 55 aw U U5 pml1U 2 uw EAST BOUND Nu2H NoI RSTATIONS Daily and S Sunday SundayII PMLveIAMLye2 25 pal0Lexiugtou 0 7 35 aw 38 limilOI Winchester l0l 8 13 w- 2S PW IJsKJuiictioiii 8 2ti pw- s 51 50 IIw40Cluy IIIUiHStulltOU19 Cityiu 11 RI am 4 30 pWI Cawptuu Juulu II 91 pw 4 3i pwa7 Nat Bridge57I 9 43 am 4 47 9 50 am 5 10 70 10 17 am 6 05 lWI1Torreut 0ll 15 am e 10 li 4ll M am Nos 1 and CONNECTIONSt C Jc O lly CAMITON JVSLTIOSTnLius Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky lor Tine Ridge and Campion- BBATTYYUK JUSITION Trains No 2 4willwake connection at Beattyville June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville O Jc K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 couuect with the OIt K Railway lor local itatioun on the O It K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager C1L SCOTTUenPassAlentI i Olio0 Kfiutiicyt g Bailwag I lime TableII- t May 21 I9O5 a WEST BOUND No 33 S No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sundaya Sunday PM ABB 0 7 PMAKB 5 20 cCannel CitY2 12 35 4 55 1 1 Helechawa 20 12 HI s A 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OJtK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 a EAST BOUND No 34 H No22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sundaym f Sunday 3 AM LwR PM LVK 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1H 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos21 and 22 will make close connectioi at 0 do K Junction with NOB 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington aud Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY Superintendent mountain ContraI Rallroaff No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600a m Camptoull30 a m 200p mCampton G00pm No2 No 1- DEPARTARRIVE 7 30 amCampn uncl0 05 am 3 30 pmCampn June 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains BaF BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY NFOfrMS the citizens of Wolfe and L the adjoining counties that he carries a line ot Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away S styleliiirSpecial supplied on 24 hours noticefinest made if ordered Teams and backs furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c EWELL C HO- SENotary Public-s STILLWATER KY I Oilers his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county and solicit the patronage of a ill who may lave legal papers to execute J Offetat Ui residence on dishwater Y II COUNTY NEWSn t Local Items ofgenerdl interest to a iiwjorilfy of our readers espeek lUll distant frlen list BLACKWATER Dr Wm Swaugo whose illuj BS frylowlowFloyd iI Rose and wife of Bifck creek attended the funeral melt ing at the Stillwater bridge 1 i Quito a crowd from this sectSon took in the Sunday school convn tion at Bethel SUl1 ayAll report a tike time I The funerals ofElms Will on and a son of Rey J K Wihou will be preached at Sandfteld he first Sunday in October Rev jn M Center and others will do lI e talking Porter Dennis froy Wilson and Roy and Arthur Kasb and MteiesI lielightfullyI of Miss Suda Wilson Wednesday night All report a pica time j Sept 13 Doui4 t Go With a Rush i The demand for thatwonderjFul1 stomach lliver and kidney cure Dr Kings New Life Pillsis As tounding All dealers say they njjv er saw the like its because tfley never fail to cure sour stomulbh constipation indigestion bilio is chillsandi dealers I BURKHART Here we come from Burkhart t Preston Crase attended the asso ciao n in Potl all county I J W Bailey was iji Mago Im county last week on business lonllayforthe academy Tuesday jf Rev Andrew Crase las just re wllerehetiou Misses Mahala Arriett Rqusa and Rhinda Allen and Della pd wards of Belkuap attended meeting here Sunday tIl Rev W H Elam returned un courtywherei i association Mr Elam is a gteat Christian worker and is at prejent conducting the erection of a church house at this place iiI1 Revs Leborn and Henry Ly insi of Malone i F1Wilson and wmi Davis of Neola Jack Burton of Dale and Wm Lindon of this place preached some very interesting i sermons here Saturday sand Sunday A good sized crowds at tended all servicestSept 13 NAJT i tourtemper1 lets you call improve both bold by all dealers jI CANNEL CITY j HazeGreenj 1 School is progressingnicely4it- an k enrollment of over 200 Malone Lykins went to +est Liberty Saturday on business Dr Chapman of Paris wai in our town Saturday en route tj his homeC v EC Clark and J T Seba is too4 m the institute at West Jib er y last week Ij One day last week Esther land Midtywherei r t jji i i I- it I trl no TO CORRESPONDENTS Iail your items early so they will reach our office not later thanTiiesday inoriiinp Monday if possiblej New received after that will not he published unless of unusual im ortanpe AtlprtiIIn ones business and write on one side 01 the paper only Bro Crisp of Elliott county filled the pulpit Sunday evening preaching an interesting sermon Prof Roberts of II G A and Hflrvie Stambaugh were seen incur town Saturday making for Hazel Green J S ORoark left Sunday for St Louis From there ho intends to visit his son Dwight now in New Mexico Sept 13 ETHEl Night On Bald Mountain BentoneBald Mountain to the home ofu i neighbor tortured by asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery that had cured himself of asthma This wonder ful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor La ter it cured his sons wife of a se vere lung trouble Millions be lieye its the greatest throat and lung cure on earth Coughs colds croups hemorrhages and sore lungs 1are surely by it Best for hay fever grip and whooping cough f0c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all deniers- LANDSAW n Miss Caroline Taylor is very ill with fever Wra Faulkner and wife spent a pleasant day at Hen Daltons last Sunday Bertha lane and Susie Combs 1 visited Gracie Lucile and Mallie Kash Sunday John Tackett came in from his saw mill on Holly last week very sickwith something like lagrippe There was preaching at Stillwa ter Murphy school house and here Sunday andall were well attended Prof W H Dean is doing his best to keep house this week his wife haying gone to Jackson on a visitD B Tyra of Stillwater is bal ing hay in Breathitt county He passed hero Monday on his way to work Hiram Whieman bought a nice organ and placed it in his homo last week greatly to the delight of his little girls Frank Dunn bought a calf from Robert Rose for a private price and E T Kash bought one from Samp Taylor for 10 C H Loveland and two other timber men passed through here today on their way to the band mill on the head of Stillwater Prof K M Halsey was seen at Mrs Lizzie Millers Sunday Mort says the attraction is such that he can not well keep away Grant Rose Rollin Combs Otis Kash and James Tester went to Hampton Breathitt county Sun day to attend the Baptist association Butler Cox and Jesse Horton of Campton passed through here en route to Helechawa Hazel Green and other points in the interest of the Democratic party ThH corps of engineers for the Mountain Central railroad have crossed onto the Wilson fork of Lacy creek and will soon be to enn gineer seems to be well pleased with the line so far and he has passed over all the rough ground Sept 13 ANON I 1 Send in free sews 1 I a u At J i LEXIE Miss Clemma Lacy will attend school at II G A this all A P Lacy will have his new dwelling done by the last of the week ii Walter Maloney and family vis ited his parents Newton Malonoy I and wife Sunday Mrs Mary Brooks moved from Hazel Green to the Ellis Johnson j farm on this creek Too Lee Wilson and wife were guests of the latters parents Geo Byrd and wife Sunday i Miss Mallie Byrd was visiting her sister Mrs James Cox of Tol ivor Saturday and SundayC Frank Johnson and wife were guests Forest Cecil and wife of near Hazel Green Suudayii J G Trimble attended the asso ciatiun in Breathitt county Saturday j and reports a large crowdII Mrs Crocket Rose of this place- is very sick at this writing Lr Taylorj Center is attending her Mrs W S Trimble is attending the bedside of her father Uncle Jordan Wills at Hazel Green thisI weekII J B McNabb of Toliyer case up Friday to take home his daughter Miss Maud who is teaching at i this place jjj j Mrs George Beasley passed thru here Sunday en route to visit liar mother Mrs Ira Wells of near Daysboro Hoy L Childers wife and daugh ter Della were visiting R II Childers and family of Stillwater Saturday and Sunday I There will be an ice cream st p per at the Johnson school house next Saturday night September IS Everybody invited I i Mrs Taylor Caskey and MhI Belle Godsey of your town spit a pleasant day with Aunt Eliza Nickell of this place Saturday Lloyd Lacy and sisters Misses Mollio and Grace attended church at the Stillwater bridge Sunday and report a large congregation Our well known farmer Jeff Rote met with the misfortune iof falling from his barn loft Thus day last and is suffering severely Misses Lula and Zerilda Perkins accompanied by Alex James and Wiley Perkins attended the Sun day school convention at Bethel I Sunday Dr A C Nickell wife acid daughters Misses Golden and s- tella of your town were iisityig Mr and Mrs J H Trimble frm Friday till Sunday i Mrs Mattie Perkins dwelling caught fire Sunday about noon but three or four persons be ng present it was soon extinguished and not much damage was done Charley Sample and wife of Maytown passed through here en route home from Gillmore whbre Mrs Sample had been to see her sister Mrs Casar Linden who is very sick Sept 13 BERTIE Not a minute should be llest 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 STILLWATERt There are a few cases of measles in this section I A few people on the creek are saving fodder this week It is reported that a large crowd attended the Sunday school cbn vention at Bethel Sunday Postmaster Sam Kash of your town left Campton today to attend the State Fair at LouUrUle iE I i Ii I i 1 t A Valentine Brewer and family are moving thiwerk from Pine 1 Ridge to begin a Ilagging job In Men i fee county j Robert Hobbs and wife of Lexington visited the j formers parents Rev Powell IRose and wife of this creuk Sunday and Monday i J D Edwards and Johnny Bar ker attended the Baptist associa tion on Jetts Oakdale creeklearBreathitt They returned Sunday ijji Tuesday of last I carIrespondent traded ja gray mare and horse to John Ratliffe of Cannel City for two horses receiving 5 in money The funerals of Finny Tutt and an infant child of 11 i S Tutt were prpnchod at the bridge Sunday by Revs Willis Lykinsi and John M Tolson There beiAg dinner on the ground a large crowd was pres ent j Rev Jeff Brewer md daughter Miss Ninnie Ipft Thursday to at tend the Greenville Association of Missionary Baptists at Hampton station on Frozen creek BreathittI county They returned home Sunday evening Joel Gevedon who returned from Texas a few months ago aud- is now living on the Trace fork of Stillwater has beenvery low with typhoid fever for the past two weeks and 1t is feared by his manyI friends that he will rot recover George Egglestoii and wife of Menifee county stopped over with your correspondent Thursday nightI of last week Theyjwerj en route to attend the Greenville Associa tion near Hampton station Mr Eggleston is 7Hi and his wife 72 years of age- Darley i the yourlgest child of James Rose Jr and wife of the Trace fork of this creek died Fri day of last week au4 was burfd in the family SaturdayI morning The little boy was only three years old He was under the treatment of Dra Steve SwanI go of near Maytown and Ira Proffit of Devils creek who claim he had brain fever f Sept 13 t DOMINGO Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is today the best known medicine in use for the relief and cure of bowel complaint It cures griping diarrhcea dysentery and should be taKen at the first unnatural looseness of the bowels It is equally valuabl for children and adults It always cures Sold by all dealers TRENT James Brown weijt to Holly Sat urday on legal business James Brown made his usual trip to Bethel Saturday night David Coldironof this place made a business trip to your town Saturday i Mrs Minta Bedsley and son Charlie visited he mother Mrs Ira Wells on Gillmjore Sunday t John Campbell iib1 having some painting done on his house Tay lor Vancleave is doing the work Kellie Sally and fatherinlaw David Penningtou went to Win chester last week returning Sun dayii j Levi Robinson 4d family of Lacy creek were guests of Tom Hall and family last Saturday aud Sunday j Walter Maloney bud family of this place visited liis father New ton Maloney and amity of Lacy creek SundayIj I I John Barker aucj Jeff Edwards went to Breathitt connty Thurs day to attend the association returning Sunday jj- MrauJofin Barkerand two little dftoghferp Miwe Jjomaei and Len I I i 1i Ir 1 nie visited her sister Mrs G P Dyer and family at Hazel Green SaturdayMiss Barker who has been staying with her brother Courtney at Consolation came up and spent Saturday and Sun day with home folks Sept 13 PANSY TOLIVER Miss Nannie Stamper was a guest of Misses Aquilla and RindaHad SundayMiss Laudrum was a guest of Miss Emma Landrum Sat urday night Misses Emma Landrum and Frances James attended the meeting on Stillwater Sunday A B McNabb wife and sisters Misses Mattie and Loma attended the Sunday school couventioL at Bethel Sunday 0 W McNabb is building a fine large smoke house It will be a twostory structure John Spen cer of Jackson is the architect aud builder Uncle Sam Wilson the painter poet was a guest of OW McNabb Monday and Tuesday I tell you Sam is a table ornament and he loves to linger near a large dishof stewed tomatoes Sept 13 SUNSHINE MURPHYiFOftK Henry Murphy and wits and J S Pieratt and wife spent Sunday eating watermelons at the home of Bill Murphy The new schoolhouse is going up at a rapid rate at this place John Goad the lightning carpenter is on the job Uncle Sam Wilson visited rela tives and friends last week at Mire Whether he went after watermelons or not he got plenty of them Mrs Lizzie Cecil was called to the bedside of Mrs Cresar Linden on Gillmore Saturday She emu accompanied by Miss Jane Taul bee and the great Lorey Dovey i A good crowd packed Public Square schoolhouse Satirdaynight to see Ellis Oldfieida refiired moving picture show Screams of laughter filled the house from start to finish Dick Tester showed up on the creekafter an absence tifabtitit fix months He hadbeen blUe grass on the farm of RobtJndaa Dick will come back nowaddthen- to see how the belles are shining j Sept 13 TULIP Breathitt County Hjuu News Joseph Lovely of RbiffBHay who was stricken with a severe caa3Jof 1 LexingtonMonday M S Campbell of Hazel Owen is assisting Contractor MoCarty tpnforis a firstclass stone masbn and an all round gocd fellow Mrs Lucinda Miller widow of Judge G S Miller died Mohflay after a long illueas of a complica tion of diseases She waa70ylEra of age Her remains weije butied grllveyardcreek kgledWednesday way from school by FloydShep herd He was shot in the back and died instantly Shephetdlaf- terwards shot himself and died in stantly There had been no pre vious difficulty but the supposed cause was jealously on the part of Shepherd Mr Stacy was brother of Adam and Wm Stacy of our city and a son of S L Stacy of I Knott county He was a schoolteacher and well thought of by all who knew him For SaleTwo of the Pier tt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bough Ge acre in each lot five r itf1 di 1 home Apply at this 1lci15i tit I r If lI I I + f 4 1 1 7 5 F rII d l 11 jiJIi t 1 JY 4i rIii t I S SttlLI11I f I 1 ii EHERALDEnt- eredatthe I Hazel OreenPost offlceassecondclai mntter I I SPENCER COOPER Editorc HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 15 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT t JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASH Commonwealths Attorney 1 R 1IOLLOX Clerk Meets third Mondaj in January tint Monday in May third Monday in fell III her WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge AttorneyROBERT Meets first Monday in each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT I Meets first Tuesday in April first TUB ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District 1o1C M Fallen iliird KrJday in March June September and Iiectn ber District No 2 Kobert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No vember District No 3S F Allen second Friday iu February May August and November District No aI It Legs first Friday iu March May August and November District No51 C Hollbn second Friday in March June September and De cember District No GIoy Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District looB T Helton loiirth Fri day iu March June September and De cemberDistrict 8J MI Lovelace first Friday in February May August and November DEMOCRATIC TICKET For State Senator Illth Senatorial District F E HOtiC Of Owfcley County Representative Olst legislature District MLON LYKINS Of Morgan County 0TWENTYTHIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT For Circuit Judge- D B RKDW1NK Ofllreathitt County For Commonwealths Attorney TI1OS C JOHKSON Of lee County 0 WOLFE COUNTY For Couuty JudgeW U DUFF For County Court ClerkR L CAIJOU For Circuit Court Clerk J C 1JNDO For Sheriff GEO ItGE V SAIJlV For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTEIL For JailerJ C 1 LITTLE For Co Superinteni entJW TAULHEE For Surveyor E CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE i MORCAN COUNTY I For Circuit Judge 32nd District J U IIANNA11 For Commonwealths Attorney 32- udDistrictJOIIN M WAUGH For County JudgeI C FERGUSON For Couuty AttorneyJ P HANEY For County ClerkJII SEBASTIAN r BARKEItrFor SheriffI1 n mOWNi For JailerI1 C COMBS For Assessor WHIT KKMPLIN r For Coroner ZACH HANEY j TURNERjt HAzEL GKEEN ACADEMY opened i Tuesday under very favorarable t circumstances considering the fact that this year the free school at f this place has a large enrollment of young students who make up the primary department at the acad emy There were G8 enrolled and counting the pupils in public school who would have been there had not the public school teen taught by such competent instruct tors as Misses Falay Long and Nancy Mapel it is beyond any fall term matriculation that has come under our observation The academy has been handicapped this year more than usual from the fact that they had trouble iu se curing a principal to take the place of Prof Derthick who was placed in charge of the mission York at Livingston Tenn But from now on we predict pronounc ed success for the school and hopeI 1 it may have the liberal patronageI it is entitled to The state labor commissioner i i again making his rounds investi E gating the condition of children of school age and says the state law against non attendanc at schoolI must be rigidly enforce The state and school istrict pays for the schooling of every child ofr school age and if the parents do pot give the cmld a chance to improve it the arents will be pun Mood ii rJ iIor Aiit I4DArs DICTATOR I Boss ol Local Republican1 t J Machine f WOLF COUNTY VICTIMSI 11nlatI11 the Jteiub can machine in this district iU beyond iiestion That lie ms usinp that innchi IP in the sole interest of Jim Adams is xioinntia In llrrntliitt coun ty ft is the current talk that lit tlirtatei the count Kepnbliean ticket In Lee county it iiJ alleged that he dictated the county lllpublican ticket In IvstillI county it iif said that he holds the local machine ill the hollow of his hand He nominated mimself t ndttIe Too Kasli in a conmi ttee room in Iteattyville Itt- hese iis oflj county tickets he has put as many men with i lenty of Cold Cashas was possible le has not permittedi coon tv in the tI strict to put out a Kepublican ticket this was not measured by the Dollars the t it could Put Ip Wolfe c unty has a safe Democratic majority at least t oO The Democrats of that Ity have nominated ticket that is COIf el in every respect Judge W B If the nominee for county judge is at man against whom no wins porof truthfully be uttered He is CiicanI a man of energy ami ability sober alllla good finan tier tad tie people of that county know that it wa jhis efforts as a member of the fiscal court that gave them the lowest taxes they fever knew The whole ticket is equally Is good and capable mill the Democrats are united ami harmonious Hut the ictator could not be satisfied to see that splendid body ofmenwho would givt the people of that comity protection mil low tase elected with out opposii ion It is currently reported that the t o recent races that Adams made cons derably depleted hits not too plethoric pocketbook and that he is Hard Puts to Finance his campaign hence som of his Wolfe county sheep must be Id to the shearing So on Saturday list B D hose who be it re memheredjhnll a big bank balance as sole iiialifieation for the place was noniinatedlby tbe machine for county judge Isahc Miller who likewise has a wadwar nominated for slierifl James Brown who it is said has several hun dred dollaja in real cash that he iis willing to squander was nominated for assessor Georg L Athey for circuit clerk Matt Brevfer for jailer Ncjt a man in Wolfe county Ilepub licauor Dlmocrat believes that there isi a ghost of ii chance for either of them to be eleced but the Dictators chestnuts are ill an exceedingly hot fire and he must h ve catspaws in his attemp- to pull t em out so these sacrificial lambs tof ther with their check books are to be 1 Iid up to the altar of Adams selfish ambition As a pajty boss the Dictator drives hard Tblre is no limit to his political greed and lust for power Here in Breathitt the Republicans hinda chance to elect a county ticket if the honest yeomanry if the party had been given a voice ia th selection of the ticket Hut the Dictator said Say nay Pauline Across hishroubledsleep came dreams ofDavidIwhuee surname is Itedwine and his rest was disturbed fco he forth with arose and journeyed to Jackson which is ill the landof BrrJathitt and summoner his cohorts together and thusly he unto them Down in that region sparh is Frozen lives one Julius Caesar of Jtvnom it is rumored he hath much gooil Hard Coin Also he is th brotherinaw to the Author of my Troubled Dreaujs Nominate him for county judge and that will keep th wicked JJeuiocrats from nominating Red wine to dfeat me Bring pressure t bear great pressure on Judge Car well and keep firu from asking for time nomi nation foj if he asks he will surely receive for So the people of our party throughoijL the county are for him and we cant tfcfeat him for the nomination if he ask for it Bring tremendous I pressure t bear on him and keep hi from ruuifng And it Dante to pass Judge lJardwell didnot let his name go before the convention and Juliu- Caesar Horst he of the Plethoric Purse was nominated together with others whom it vjfuj believed could be made t I Cough ulI at the proper The Dk ator timeII pie of hit party He put aside their i tJIIi III breeches ie owns the whole machine The local bosses are moved about by him as pawns m pun the political chess board greatshis selfish flea is greater For what he benefit him personally he deliberately sacrificed every hope his party hadjof success in this county It IIi ii- I i is like burning up the solar system to cool a ljLn Are thePllama honest laboring Repub licans goiijg to stand for such autocratic bossism WilI they be driven like sheep by one wtyo values them only for their votes Will they meekly bear the ruth less diargafrd of their rights as citizens and dfflJerB of their party I III I i 1 I L IWe think nut 1 reign of tin Iictator is almost oyer The handwriting has appeared on the wall When the people realize the utter selfishness of this man they will be almost unanimous in their verdict that he ought not to be elected to the Circuit court bcnoli 1 flis methods miiiht be approved in sonic of the northern cities where bossism is rani aiit and where the gangs are so strong that it iis useless for the plain people to struggle against it limit here in the mountains of 111 Kentucky where one man iis as goodas another so long as he condmts well where good conduct iis the only passport necessary to social recnnitii the men are too manly to submit to the tyranny of a petty party boss The neon who have permitted the Dictator to lead them up to his altar of political sacrifice are not to be pitied Men who are willing to lead a forlorn hope and put up the cash that mother man may possibly profit will not receive much sympathy front thoughtful people However they will be wiser and sadder wren when the finish comes The Dicta tors political doom is written All the money he tall wring from the guileless county candidates will not save him Nevertheless it will he interesting to watch the anicunt of ileccu that iis short from the county beep Me Too Kash will likewise retire from public life with his chief Mrcathitt County Ne-wsy A CAKl As I min the nominee of the Democrat ic party for County Judge of Wolfe county I will give to the voters saute idea of some things IIani in favor of If elected I will do all in my power with the help and co operation of the County Attorney and the hep of the citizens to break up the illegal selling of IilJuur lUll bootlegging in our coun ty for if we take liquor into our courts of justice Justice will either get drunk or get bribed He who would eat must first crack the shell I have not tasted of liquor in ten years There is a crying need of reform in Wolfe county in the way of taxation The voter ought now to think for him self nil his interests and select the one mot available and best qualified to rep resent him as his chief magistrate to do the work In my opinion county atliiirs should he conducted on the same prin ciple and by the same methods that con trol private enterprics mill that the same devotion to public service is required of the oliioers of the county as is usually expected in the conduct of prim vate a Hairs The financial conditionsl of our county are such that they demand at the hands of all officers the lint and greatest coo thetcounty must be met but should be rem duced to the lowtst point consistent with cllicient government Taxes should lhe made as light as iis consistent withall rue and proper demands upon the coun ty in the interest of the health reaon iible comfort and convenience of the poor and the protection of all public interests and il elected I will give to the county of Wolfe as good clean and inexpensive government as is consistent without respect to party affiliations And as for the improvement of the county roads I will see that the roads are good toads for the public travel in said county for bad roads are a poor in vestment for any community 1racically every individual in communities where the roads have been improved has peen benefited in one way or another Following time improvement of ronds all coune ty takes on au increased value Market conditions in general are improved and isemade as outlined above and at the same i0roprovedI served the people of Wolfe county in an official capacity for sixteen years as justice of the peace That I didall in my power to reduce their taxes and had the pleasure of seeing their taxes lower than ever before or since is a mat hemelected than ever before I cant believe that the voters of Wolfe county will elect a man for County Judge who has aGsfair solely on account of the use of his great amount of money but I believe loveoyour homes and families and you 10f not afford to let party prejudice rightiIImeo to office who you know will treat you right modare qualified modwill get your county out of debt which if I am I elected will be done mid I will consider I it to be the greatest act of my life to do this for Wolfe county Yours for success W It Dell Bad Habits of the Country The grasshopper chews tobacco The quail gets out his pipe The fishhawk is so awful poor He has to hunt a snipe I The rooster has his cocjttail I The orchard gets plum full I The onion squanders every Apd the radish has a pul- lcSalem scentII f jI Easy to Settle 1f I Wash 1 Accord jcj jug to thrt vita f seKiitista ini Washington the tottletnent of tluj question of the prior discovery ol tho North Pole l etvuen Cook milt VaryI caiinot Ih0 long delayed Tlinir opinfon is almost nnaiiimmiX that mina itho data pniMintud beach I is examined it will clearly rem E E iiiovw any joiilt I I i r ItheI 1 was asked c Is there anyway in K whicha scientist thoroughly fa I miliar witB Artie conditions could would stand tht- hst taItbta tt of scie mistsII I I It is perhaps not inqO Chile ho repliedlItut it is almost out of the question that ther could IIHJ successfulI ImpostureIIi One of fr Cooks friends said last night that ho Iwliovud thoro was no doubt that Cook would hoI aide to sustain himself It is otil in the event that tho doctor hats lost his mental poise through wjjrry and conatant Ex posure that he would fail to prune his claim aft the proper tiiiie he tultledI1 Indeed the origination of each an astomtiling rttkitS Pelt rrII I f illIcrfhhglory would tHlkof hitiiSflt worlds m 4 sorned hid iyidualtbeii Dr l oolrs supporters claim IVary iis rjnishwl iity being I leaien to tho Mf tint for thirty years ho has thojight of nothing else lbut reaching the goal tad now that I the prize his snatched frbiu his I ItCjCtThe atticado oft naval circles and xploratio ti societies against Cook is easily explained The navy loves its own ttot well to surrunder to a civiliani I tub crediti before anything short of thy inost convincing proof i Most of tie geographic societies contribute toward the fear ex pedtiin and naturally wished1 for its success Dr Coolr supporters are claiming i unit IarysI1 have imailed the iI Stars and Stripes to the pole will prove as disastrous to him as SampsonXfnmous Fourth of July nit ssuho preiintiiig to the nation through the feet under tuv com mand tlit Santiago victory of Admiral Schiov t CA3TORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind Yon Have Always Bough Bears the Signate tJf Notice to Grain Dealers Tho Merchants Exchange jf St Louis extends an invitation to every grain and elevator man to come to St Louis during tho weokolf Oc tober 1th tij Jlth and if he will send his name to this bureau a visitors ticket to tho lloor will IJ issued good for six days All whohavu over lived in St Louis are especially urged to come and take jpart in the deutennial celebration kof the incorporation of the city- Ieducoel rutes on all railroads jItAIlrlTY IJVKKA- I2M Chamber of Commerce St Louis Mo lUaeumtio Paint relieved br tea of D xu AstiPara Para a s 76ea Thousands Have Kinney Trouble anti Never Suspect itif now To Find Out Fill a bottle1 or common glass with your l water and It2 it stand twentyfour hours I causcof should brick dust set intntorsettling I stringy or milky ajiiicaranccoften indicates an un of the kidneys fluent desire it or pain in the back arc symptoms that tell ydu the kidneys had bladder arc out of order need attention What To Do There comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Di Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills aroma every wish ill correcting kidneysliverpassage Corrects inability ti hold water scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer overcomes that unpleasant necessity of b ing compelled to gO often uiauytimesandimmediate i soon realized It stands the hijjhcst be I its repiarkable health restoring prop erties If you need a medicine yju bydruggists and onedollar sizes a ii healthcOlIcH tion too fri to pass also and is and and I jbymailj j hamton N V Mention this paper IremembertbCII1tt1C Dr Kilmers andII i f j i 1 IiCLEARINGUP SALE jG8tting RBa UEFaII Gooas- E I IIMAPEL 5 TROY Are n tiucil g stuck tto mako- I room for Fall Goods and are Sfllins Flowers and all other millinery right down at cost cheapliI they are fcelling everything Timmedi and untrimmed hats sold SOW AT COSTi 1- Ii million Laces Ladies Collars Belts Hair I t note 1 larrettes de 1 Something Ilk this in price N j IJ1ylor MadeI Skirts at 1004 Wish Skirts at 100M ollars each ISc to 20 Ladies Fine Lace Collars worth r1I ut 90 J- j lair 1uffs worth lfiat 90 2 i Laces at Ic to iks per yard and embroidery at Ic to lOc per yard J What Taye Is theImistftl iitie of the greatest into- lIfduallfst lit the literature of the world The following is his definition of Love Love is the only llow on lifes dark cuud 1 It is the morning and evening star I t Shines Out time JtI fluithoml1ti spires of post patriot and philoa other It isi the air and light of every heart Imilder of every home kindler of every lire on the hearth it wa thtlirst dress of immortal ity It ills time xorlil wth mel tally for J11Uiic iis the voice of love Love is tilt magician the enchant er that rhans s worthless things to joyftlld makes right royal kings and queens of common clay It i the lperfume of that wonderful Bower the heart and without that sacred passion that divine swoon we are less than beasts hut with areIglds Subscribe for the Herald 100 Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky ItLPlaintillOIAKII M1 gainstll ti tI OIln nu Moiitr Ct xiurt Defeirduils By virtue of a Judgment aif l Ordtrt- iC dale of the Wolfe Liifirit court icn diTetl at its May term 19 9 in the above cause fur the sum of Ninety Dodlar amid the further sum of One IIII nd red lullarl with interest at tilt rate ofsix Iper cent l er Miiuiiin from the Hh day of March 1W S stud Jn r IIUS reptetlvelyj milt til lpaidamid lIlOrb herein I fliall pro ieeilI to utter for sale at the Court House floor in Cuni Uui to the highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY time 4th day of October 1909 at 1 ochxk p m or thereabout being County Court day IIJK I a creilil of six months the following described prop erty towii lauilsiumate on Laurel Crr ek in Wolfe county Kentucky and bounded as fol lows Begimimig at tIme corner of Tom juinsWilliaml OHairs line to Genoa Browns line thenc withsaid lenova Browns Iini to the top of hill tositid Cal Cundifls fence thence with said CumUlIs fence down a point to Tom IHalls line thence with Halls line to the beginning o si to in elude all the laud on Uundary described Or NiitKcient theniif to produce the itims of moue o ordered to be made For the purchase price time purchaser with approved surety or securities most execute bond bearing legal interest from havi1th hidIproniptiyE T ROSE Master Commissioner By B 1D RoE iIX M C W C O FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREESEverything ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN IL F HILLKXMEYER SONS LEXINGTON K- YtWrite for Free GataogGJ tltohrnIIoy J- ft i i AmerlcanPhbgrahy G aam SI 1 Jlis aIII LLri 1IFrJISICIr at t Ij 1 r I 5 r 1 uaP n i I b- eaun j oii Headquarters I fur tho Best Watches Tewelryi Silverware and Optical Goods iat tho lowest prices You can also have your eyes testedand i lilted with glasses properly and correctly Cull and ohtain prim centIi to be convinced A R MAUPPIN WATCHMAKER JEWELERI CAMPTON KY Rare OPDOrIIIMIVI ii I i consistIgarden and outbnildigs OkB of the i must desirable I cations in HfcSl Green Also my blacksmith and general remII j pair shop which is superior to anything i Illf the kind in the country being fur with a complete outfit of tools alsojl j machineryi1 Fur f ml her particulars call on or address JOIN H ROSE March 11L HazelI Green Ky h GEORGE RICEl- UNDERTAKER IHAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse acid will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage iIt respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE M iiBBQKIe G r X H WiTHKKsrooN Pres 4VIL SruAR Cashier C Iall Up Capital 810000000 J Inillviileil 1rolitx 170000 OO J llaiiilsome Ueputtit of ttfuver 850000000 y This bank solicits the accounts of mer hants farmers traders and bus mess men generally throughout East w em Kentucky and offers its customto ersevery facllityand the most liberal 1 terms within the limits of legitimate baukins loct2ly X FARM FOR SALE o Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All i fenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Largo orchard ever- lastingII fine water 5room dwelling i house halls and porches also iiI thirtydaysbargain Possession given Janu i I partieutars f 11 No 1 liardin Ill it Tn C II WILLIAMS 4 1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY 1 Offers his jirofestional services to the city 111trOffice at his residence adloiniug Hazel J reen Bank t I DAY HOUSE tx1HazelI Mrs LOU DAY Proprietor calPestAlargelighted Iijr gas throughout sad cpeciiU ac commodations to traveling men i i yk I t- hf 1iKf y4 k fl II t- I it iit W I t i ii JIi I j n I I I Ttji J I I i A Good HairFood I Ayers Hair Vigor new improved i formula is a genuine hairfood It feeds nourishes builds up strengthens invigor ates The hair grows more rapidly keeps soft and smooth and all dandruff disappears t Aid nature a little Give your 1F hairFoodFthe hair 1 bottle t yours doctor1idI It a iy You need not hesitate about using this 4new Hair Vigor from anyfearofitschang 1 ing the color of your hair The new Ayers Hair Vigor prevents premature tj colortI J 1adeb7theJCAJerCo Lowell IIui i THE HE1ALD DRINK WAIXSCOTTSROXA KOLA t Mrs Ben Collinsworth visited i relatives and friends in Breathitt county last week Jesse Kash came in Suuday from Torrent and says there is a big crowd there- Ambrose Nickell of Clarkwas visiting relatives and friends in 1 1and about Lee City last week Rev James M Little will preach at tho Methodist church here next j Sunday morning at 11 oclock Children Cryi FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA1 Dr Taylor Center reports the birth of a Democratic boy to the t wife of John Wilburn September 12th Reace Rose and wife who had charge of the Hazel Green Hotel quit the claim last week and moved back to Lee City Circuit court at Campton next Monday and the usual hubbub in cident to that occasion will per vade in our capital city Col Bruce Trimble of the Mt Sterling Advocate was in town a t few days this week visiting his sister Mrs Taylor Day Stamper Branch correspondent A came in too late this week to be of any ue in this issue Come again Springtime but try to be on timo Forest Cecil has been confined to his homo with malarial fever for two or throe weeks past bu hopes are entertained that he will soon be out- James M Dyer and Camillus Arnett of HendrIcks are here vis iting relatives and made a social call at TIIK HERALD sanctum dur ing their stay s i Russell Oliver of Magolfin coun f ty a dealer in horses aud mules o j various kinds was in town Monday i looiy over the market The box supper announced to be r held under the auspices of the Ep worth League next Saturday night has been indefinitely postponed on I account of sickness of some mem 4 4bersi Andy Toliver has our thanka jJ Jand that means our better seven lleighths the office force and a few 4frieuds who helped to eat a mam Y moth watermelon he bent us last week t Any intelligent person may earn a good income corresponding for newspapers experience unneces sary Send stamp for full particulars r Empire Press Syndicate Middleport N Y Smith Kelly passed thru here Tuesday with about 130 head o cattle bought near the Virginia line in Kentucky Some were pret- tyt good and some others what cat tle men call culls The Campton Theatrical Club came over and rendered the two 7actplay Mr Bobat the Academy Chapel Tuesday night to a fairsized audience They were reg stared at the Day House w =1 plcs w II The Wolfe schoolJConventiD The Wolfe county Sunday schoo convention was held at the BetheJ church last Sunday September 12i and to say it was full of enthusi asm and an encouraging suttees jAllj present and a large crowd to greei us After a few songs by the choi4 with Miss Sarah i Sample as organ Ptstdress from Mrs Agar responded 1 to by Elmer Barker Our presi dent H H Swango then gave us- a stirring address Iris 1terestswhichwas very instructive and i idC spiring Bro Paul Derthick theta pointed out very distinctly How 0toandwhile our minds were still rl w4werer that of Christless Homes of Sutj day School Pupils impressiveljr portrayed by J W Taulbee Lit us head the Mastere command awl 1 so Feed His Lambs that the fij ture will know any Christie home 1Aj 1tvatermelon j enjoyment of the afternoon sessin1 which hbyj Mrs Carter Our hearts were mate glad as we listened to such glowitk- reports from iSor Oschools pt- our county The Obstacles to Overcome in Mountain Sunday Schools were vividly present to us in such a practical way as lo inspire tho citizens of our county to aid the SuudbY school army tin overcoming these i obstacles Fit1 nances were briefly discussed fly R H Patton and Bro Derthick A history of The Bible Our S i preme Authority was warm y given by Prof M 0 Carter A 11I j admired the eloquent way that iB Stamper unfolded enthusiastic II Plans to Quicken the Interest tf Sunday Schools so much so th it tythethe session quickly to a close with J 1SUlJday1 vance The committee on non ination elected the following qf fklicers for county work next yea H H Swango president M p Carter secretary and qualified vice president for each magisterial1 district The committee on redo l lotions formed some ideals whi h if followed will make Wolfe couji j 1ty a banner county and we thiiik wijhtj a great many Truly it was a- grand occasion and long to be A e membered A CoWoiiKEiu I I5 5FarmersjWolfej t will be held in Hazel Green utix t Monday and Tuesday September 21 Prominent Ii 20 and agricultural iustrtcft I our farmers aud all who attendiasII to the best methods of making tihe t farm pay Live stock raising alt care of cereals fruits etc will beII thoroughly discussed and eV1rytt progressive farmer and stock rasc er in this section should be present and take part in the proceedin These institutes are arranged n der the state board of agricult rand e the best advocates of high crass farming will be present ito lecture on the various phases iiof how to make the farm payII Granny Combs who recently1 moved from the Consolation neigh borhood to Pine Ridge in Wtilfe county had the misfortune soJuei ten days since to lose by fire every thing in the world she possesd She is quite an old lady and LaB had a struggle to raiae the children of her daughter Mrs George Card iron none of whom have reciproqat fed to any great extentfShe i iia therefore left in destitute circt m stances and appeals to christ atiof people for aid I I tIltod o as i i iat a hive a few watehes good tm eepers that can be had fort 1 act Dont wait until supplS u gonett Ia i i I i iIa I Lf I I i Mrs W P Cecilof Cedar Bluff with her interesting little eon Pat and step daughter Miss Fern Cecilare visiting her mother Mrs Emma Evans sisters Lula and Nellie and grandma Mrs Lou DayISeveral new pupils aro ia at i tundancu at this term of the academy and the outlook is very prom ising The new principal is a very gentleman and will doubtless add many students to the enI rollmentsII A communication from W JII replying to an article I signed by Francis B Livesay I n Md anent the Mountaineers is unavoidably crowdedI this week but will appear in our next issue Mr and Mrs Boone Bache of Burkhart the newly established postoffice in Morgan county visited j Mrs Baches brother B F Elam and family Saturday night Mr Bache is contemplating moving to this place in the near future Butler Cox a local political of Campton accompanied by his friend James Horton was a guest of the Day House Monday night His or their movements ad a mysterious look to some of citizens and they are guessing- at what their visit means Sam Wheeler and another man passed through here Tuesday with ISO head of firstclass feeder cattle some of them Hereford which were bought mostly in Russell and Tazewell counties Virginia They had been eight days on the road nd were looking well whoa they passed Sorghum making now seems to be the chief industry among our farmers and soon the sweets will float galore How on we sigh Of days gone by While sugar waters biliu How pretty girls With auburn curls Would stand arouud aaiuilin The youngest son of Col Tom Johnson of Tallega was m town Monday and told Our Man About Town that his father was waging the most aggressive campaign ever nown in the mountains He is still here having matriculated at Hazel Green Academy Col Johnson believes in printers ink ands using it liberally There will be an ice cream sup per at the Johnson school house on Lacy creek Saturday night the 18th Everybody is cordially in vited to come and take part as a nice time is expected The proceeds will go for the benefit of the church Every boy and girl man and woman want and will help in this work John T Crain of Maytown was in to see us Tuesday and made the household and office force happy by presenting them with some of the fruit that caused original sin onedand if they were as tempting as those Mr Grain brought us Adam could hardly withstand the tempta tion The original in the first garden were pippins and the ones we received were a very fine sample of the same Jordan Wills one of our oldest and most respected citizens who has been suffering with bladder trouble for months past for the last two months has been confined to his home with chronic diarrhoea and owing to his age 78 past his relatives and friends are very anxious and uneasy about him and several era taking turn in sitting up with him He is himself hope ful and his closest relatives and friends believe he will pull thru J G Trimble of Mt Sterling is visiting his daughter Mrs J T Day and in a talk with the editor this paper told of many things- in I the history of Hazel Green which would be very interesting toI most of our readers Indeed ii- E if we can get him to give his life time at Hazel Green we shall pub lish it for the benefit of our read ers as it is history that would otherwise be lost to the present and coming generations 1 Rr c KENTUCKY KERNELS I Conciselyi Carefully Collated and Chronicled I Dr Morton P Scott a prominent 1 I physician of Estill county died last weeksj sited 84 years I Beginning with next Monday the 20th j beginholding5 building Mrs J R Broadhurat of Winchester was painfully burned about the bands and face by the explosion ofa can of fruit she was putting up At Decoy Knott county Ben Stary shot and killed Floyd Shepherd and then shot himself both dying instantly The reportedcause was jealousy The city of Maysville has filed suit against the Burley Tobacco society for f2000 for back taxes on the 190tt and 1907 pooled crops of tobacco While burning brush on the farm ol Mm W A Van Dyke in Spencer coup ty fire got out of bounds and burned over a COacre pasture and destroye4 about 250 panels of fence John Howard a private ic the Pine ville militia company is now the champion shot of Kentucky having mxd perfect score at 500 yards piercing the bulls eye eleven times in succession James Wall charged with killing hid brother John at their home near Lewis burg in Mason county last December was convicted of manslaughter and sen tenced to three years in the penitentiary Public school teachers must be a scarce article in Mason county when the city of Maysville was compelled to select them from Michigan besides several neighbor ine counties to fill the quota for their schools i Ben S Washer formerly managing editor of the Louisville Herald who gave up his journalistic work in Louisville to take up active practice at the bar was complimented by Judge McGee with a temporary appointment aa prosecuting attorneyShould any baseball club in the state attempt to beat the club of Bagdad they are sure to be defeated as seven out ofI the nine players are named Moore and this should be enough to show to all ebbs they can make Moore runs than any other It is a well known fact that money usually controls elections and if thts be a fact the Democrats of Fleming county are sure to win this fall They have nominated Hon E M Monay at the head of their ticket as candidate for county judge Rey Zephaniah Meek D D aged 86 years died September 4 at his home it Catlettsburg after a brief illness H was well known throughout the Metho dist Espiscopal church south having been the founder and for twentyfiv years editor of the Central Methodist l Joe Bryan of Pulaski county was determined to make a sure thing of it last weekwhen he committed suicide He climbed a tree and tied a rope around his necksat on a limb and shot himself in the head He fell from the limb from the effects of the shot and the dead body was found hanging from the limb The principal questions before the National Association of Druggists in session at Louisville seem to be the closing of all drugs stores at 5 oclock pj m and the abolition of cutrate drug stores Should these resolutions pass and be put into effect how many people would suffer from the inability to obtain emergency medicines is incalculable 0 K King a Lexington jeweler iin company with severalother people was walking from Oil Springs to Pilot Knob andwhile gathering wild flowers was bitten on the thumb by copperhead siiak The reptile was immediately killed anti Mr King sucked the poison from the wound mentally applying the Christiai Science cure and says the wound IsI healing rapidly I Kentucky mutt have produced some fine fruit after all this season says the Winchester Democrat A number of our exchanges mention apples that weigh over a pound aud big peaches arc so numer ous they are not worth mentioning InI tbe vega table line sweet potatoes are re ported that weigh from three to nice pounds seventypound pumpkins are frequently met with aOlIa Fleming county woman boasts of raising a beet that weighs fourteen pounds All in all Kentucky is a mighty good place in which to live Can be depended upon is an expression we allikel to hear and when it is used in connection with Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy it means that it never fails to cure diarrhoea dys ItIis pleasant to take and equally valuable for children and adults Sold by all dealers i For SalHA Victor graphophone with 36 records will be sold for leu than the cost of the recordjs Apply at this office S Li Ei r i v I itc 1 Loo f I CASTORIA t For Infants and Children i The Kind You Nave Always Bought j Bears theII Signature of I e In Usett For Over t Thirty Years CASTO RIA rue OIIITUII oNMNI NEW to c ClITY I i CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandi ij t Country Produce etc Our stocky of Spring and Summer Goods is complete 3 l Lalnsli I I YardII OFIISHOES andOXFORDSi areJJuptodate and will astonish you 1 1 If Youf Dont See What You Want Call For It I J I THE NEXT SESSION CF IIAZELtGREENACADEMY I Ii i I BEGINITUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14I ii Ii I I Kaish Johnson KashI DEALERS IN Geheral MerchandiseCO- lJNTRY PRODUCE Ce I iI HAZEL GREEN KY Invite tilL attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to tha new stock ofi goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple apd Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and iti season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAt ILTONBROWN SHOES- a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and qualt for WOME AD MEN and sell them at the lowest margin ofI fit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shsof our fc rmer immense stock including in the lot some very fine nd many pwra qf suitableJ farm shoes every pair a bargain will be ald At Cost and Carriage and Even Less 1 I IiKashii Johnson t Kah J I t I IIh j iii 1 i I I iII t1 i t I iii I 4TIiI i I f ottI v n j m II i l lf I f I Ii IiII I i I I i fUEadJjc TeONE r 4iieTablets and e UiI NEURALGIA BACKACHE tI tine aced D- rAAat1Pala POt hr jtr i find thil tbty ate one ihtec AM ctraloly alth i tafl fcrcr tht detlrec rtb i lied P kiBrdI I GoD825Dosest25rcents I Yo iDI1IU sdlsDrMIIn IIIJPaII Pills A- beI it authorized to nturn tile prior ol UKlint tonly If It tails to benefit ou AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY 1iil TOLEDO BLADE TOIKIH OHIO Newspaper CIRCULATION 20J000 Popular in Every StateI The seventyfourth year of its xisenoe finds the Toledo made ware populdrthat- atauy period of its remarkable ear+ ej IIt is uow read each week hvl more than a million people Its tielil is not Hicu in jttvtlveetheI il giving it an unquestionable right ol claim ing to be the greatest weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly Ii family publisherLaa ican home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the fatuity To fulfillI this purpose it is kept clean and whine ome The news of the worlds handled iii a com prehensive manner and the various depart meats of The made are edited with taking care The Household page is U d light to the women and fhildrcn etrreu prejudiceidea of pleasing the greatiug iuiuber of tic scrapbookumns are conducted with the put jiosc lofr giving the jiatrous a medium lor the exchange of ideas and information flii farm topics No department is neglected bul every feature is taken care of with hijidea making The Blade worth many tipies the l e N yearSample THE BLADE Toledo Ohio KILLTHE COUCHt wo CURE THE LUN4S KingstNew Discovery tfOR COLDS 1fcn t Trial BoW Fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPAOXOBY OK MONEY BEFUNDED MeCAIX PATTERNS Celebrated for style perfect fit simplicity and V nearlyeeryCanada or by mail direct More sold lhan catalogueMCCALLMore subscribers than anynther fashion k magazine million a month Invaluable Lam 9 I needleworkhairdnssingetiquette pitlernSubecribe1p WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS ftoAgents Postal brings premium catalogue l AddresslNEW YOU it I Electric r BittersrfallsInweaknesses they are the supreme I remedy aa thousands have teatified LERANDSTOMACHTROUBIE it is the test iedidne ever sold over a gists eouz r- D8 r xe xAtM 1 l iM Yaa Asa Bid A f1f i Si I I J I PREVENTION OF TYPHOID FEVER t Circular Issued by the State Board of ealth of Kentucky To the Health Officials Physicians and People of Kentucky I This binrd fools it to bo a duty to again IIall the earnest attention of our hfSilth authorities and peo ple to thujincrousiugprevalcucound mortality from typhoid fever aud- II to the consequent growing Import ante of tho constant use of tho methods ndorsedTind confirmed by scientific research anti observation for the prevention of the disease Au averse of 13305 cases of this disease hid 1579 deaths are re ported ill Kentucky every year chiefly cOnluied to people in the prime of life and usefulness The cost of cAring for those sick of iit to say nothing of the sorrow suffering ajid loss of lifo for the year is rfeRorted as being 968750 At the vry low estimate of 2500 for each life lost the actual money value of hose dying was 3947500 If to thiij l4e added the cost of caring for t tel sick it gives a total loo to the ilepple of Kentucky from this one ilifiease in an average year of 4911JO Typhcjdj fever is probably the most preventable of all diseases not oven ijxceptiiig smallpox It is now definitely known that like cholera told dysentery the germs of the disease are contained only in the di charges from the bowers and kids eys of those sick of it und that it if necessary for a person to swallow Dane of such discharges or thin s polluted by them iin some waiiu order to contract the disease They usually gain en trance tothe system through in I fected whter from wells or streams drninin I inhabited areas and polluted by infected fecal matter or in small uusowered town and coun try districts especially such mat tar may ib carried by flies and de- posIted Iin the food utensils und hands hi unscreened kitchens and dining r oms The germs may al so be carried on the hands of care less utlllidauts or on soiledcloth ing or udirectly by using milkl or otherjarticles of uncooked food or drink from cans and vessels washed in infected water Ice from infected water is also dangerous as it had been proven that freezing largIwater may from one case and if already pol totedtvjh organic matter beconi e Hinte thae Ilymoutch Pennsylvania involving the sick ness of if104 persons and the death of 114 tie outbreak was traced to the use tf tester from a stream in fected by the discharges from one imported case The recent disas trous endemics at Ithaca New York c using many deaths und requirin the suspension of Cornell University and at Georgetown iin our own state where a similar policy was pursued with the excellent college here were traced to the use of a public water supply simi larly inf cted On the other hand in the ills tressing and fatal epidemic whic clung td our military camps at Chickaofauga Mead Montauk Point iud other places during the SpmiiahAmoricau war flies were found to be tho principal carriers JJof the disease by the United States Commission ap pointed ito investigate the origi of the clutbreaks By the use of white pjowder sprinkled over the discharges in the latrines thou sands oill these posts were tracked direct from these and found covering the food bands and utensilsI in the kitchens and mess rooms of the common soldiers Cultures taken frjom the feet legs bills and intestines of these flies showed theI germs of typhoid fever in count less numbers The kitchens and mess rooms of the officers were screened and they almost uniform ly escaped the disease Other facts no less convincing as to both wa ter and flies being carriers of this disease night be multiplied indefi nitely jf space permitted In a smaller pay they must be common iin the experience of moat physicians m active practice Based upon the teachings of the foregoing facts the following rules have bon prepared with care for the guidance of all persons inter publichealthI 1 When it is known cr sus typhoidfeverlarge wAll ventilated room with the windows and doors well screen ed andsuch preparation should ba math from the first day for the thorougji and systematic disinfec tion of all discharges from the bowels ijnd kidneys as will protect other members of the family the attendants and the community 2 Aj solution of chloride of lime eight ounces to the gallon of quanUtJ i i t ie tf LII i put in the bodpan or voslleleach time before it receives the discharges and should bo well etirre- and allowed to stand in the vessel at least an hour befor9 it is amp tied An equivalent solution of creolin or a thick whitett as made from fresh quicklime may ho used in tho same way whon tho chloride of limo can not lit obtain stir but with these at toast two hours will ho required to complete the disinfection 8 Soiled bed or body linen should remain in the chloride of limo solution for un hour and may then bo safely put in tho fan ily wash Soiled paper or clothes used about the patient should be immediately burned Attendants should wash the hands and hp frequently and rinse the moot always before eating No on should partake of any food whic has stood in the sick room All of these precautions should be co 1 tinued until the recovery is com plete and until all diarrhea ha ceased and for several weeks wit tho urine 4 Typhoid fever is not Gout- s gious in tho sense commonly understood and if the precautions above indicated are faithfully and intelligently 1 carried out a case may b treated in any family or commun ity with perfect safety If others have the disease it will bo because they were totaled from the same source as the patient or contracted it elsewhere Essentially th same precautions should bo ob served in dysentery and all other diarrheal diseases including Bummer complaint in children 5 All well water and ed water from rivers draining iin habited areas whore typhoid fever and diarrheal diseases are likely to occur at any time and mil stored in cans or vessels washed iin such water should tin looked as suspicious and should alwss be boiled before it is drunk by an one not immune from 1 fever 0 The windows and doors of all dwelling houses and especially of the kitchen and dining roomI should always bo well screens I and the flies actually kept out Unless this is done a careless managed case of typhoid fever other diarrheal disease even toile or more away may he a source of danger on uccountof flioe As mosquitoes are now known t bo the carriers of malaria tlie same precautions will protect from this poison also The universal and effectual pea tice of these precautions will re quire intelligent care and some ex pause but would result in th practical disappearance of one of our most common and fatal do mestic pestilences which is no t only a disgrace to our civilization but an annual scourge and tax up on the people of Kentucky in com parison with which yellow fever and cholera plague and other ex otic diseases so feared by our peo ple sink into insignificance Copies of this circular and of others in regard to the prevention of consumption diphtheria and scarlet fever may be had by any ripbg Green By order of the Board J N McCORMACK M D SOC Beware oi Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of wholnsystem when entering it through the mucou surfaces Such article should paver be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do iill tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from thew hulls Catarrh Cure manufac 0fmercury ally acting directly upon the blood and mu coos surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken Internally and made in Toledo 0 by F 1 Cheney k Co Ten timonials free Sold by druggists Price 75c a bottle Take Halls Family Tills for constipation Try to Spell These Words Some of you who think you arei well up in spelling just try toI spoil the words in this little sentence uIt is agreeable to witness the unparalleled ncataoy of two harass ed gaugethepears with a pair of scissors Read it over to your friends an see how many of them can spell every word correctly The sentence contains some of the real puzzlers of the spelling book A Hurry Up CallIQuick 1 Mr DruggistQuick J ttt A box of Bucklens Arnica Salve Heres a quarterFor the love of J Moses hurry 1 Babys burned him self teiriblyr Johnnie cut his foot with the axeMamies scalded pilesBilliehas 11 j got it and soon cured all the family j Its the greatest healer onj I j earth Sold ball dealers t I When to Buy and Whon to Sell IIandwqrld beerhie business When cattle Are down ho says if will not jiayj to raise anyhany priced stock ho breaks for that By tho flute ho buys It and raid some the price has gone to pieces Ve seem to go in Irovos Wo had a good hay crop astyear andl the price went down stud the price of corn is high The consequence is they have plowed iri their meadows and planted then to Guru By tilt time they hammer the price of corn down to 25 conyper bushel1 hay will be 20 a ton j 1d When horses were X25 per hen theyhnever any more Vhgood ey nave consult statistics to see how many tnitend States but just go 041 raising all ah1e any many are in the United States he would noaseem to remember when they were 25 per hood there wjjre only UJ 000000 tit the United States and- o now when they are 00 per head there are 20000000 Of course ho thinks tho business cannot be over donoii With good crops anjd good prices anyo thing prod 1uct line They do not seem to think when tho other fellow is go tug out of any business that it is gorwhen the other man wants to buy and buy whom the other ijian wants to nkor u hay anything when ii IB as low as quantityyB of priceYwhQclC8 as thq amount produced ahd not what the price happens td be today Exchange I ii- I titThe Road To Success obstructidns nonySucrhutaElectric Bitters is the greatest health builder the wprld has eVE actionepurifies stud enriches the blood ledJl keencbrain follow their us6 You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters ii Onlyf1 t DonetBob Taylor was speaking in Senate Our country had bee decimated by war Hated by reconstruction and neighed down by the highest tariff taxation this world hoe ever known and we were in a bad plight Wej ware in th condition of the good old prayin member of the churchwho wna everydisdaserheumatism and aneurism an curvaturei of the spine and wag finally stricken with lparalysis but gotbetter3 evening to prayer meeting The old preacher rose and said Now i brother I want us td Kayo a good time here tonight t want every- e one of you to get up rind tellwha the Lord has done for you Tier is Brother Jones Golf bless him f He has been afllictejl and hasn t been with us for several months Brother Jones get uri and tell us youBroin the aisle and said j Well Broth ren Hes about ruiui men 5 i Dolt raste your money buying plasters v heu you cab get a bottl 6f Chamberlains Liniment for 25 cents Apiece of fh4tuel dampen ed with this linimeiijt is superior painincheaper Sold by all dealersi i rJmentI Jill1 to tho farmers of this oubtry from I r properly qonstructedSI roads would l be 250000000 annually that ovedi r lD marketing wheatll crop aloudof over 12000000 in- marketing J the cornlcrop ando500000 in marketing the cotton i crop Hdwever greaj tlie money J il value of good roads l4ay appear to I be it is net as impqrtant as tht educational and oooirfl advantage i II to be derived therefrom by th residents i of rural communities As a rule the farmers are more wideawake to the iLecassity ofi good roads than the real dents in the cities as proper highways efr I andjI for a single locality jbut iconcerna H vitally the states and th0 nation li tIIl I t I J 14 J I i Get Well If you are sick you wish to get well dont you Of course you do You wish to be rid of the pain and emisery and he happy again b- Iff your illness is caused by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to last well Its Cardui This great medicine for women has re i tiered or cured thousands of ladies suffering like you from some female trouble 1TAKE I isrw For Womens Ills l Mrs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for seven years Head her letter about Cardui She writes I was sick for seven years with female trouble Every month I would very nearlyii i die with my heard and back I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was tcured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it1AT ALL DRUG STORES j t i illJ For Seasonable I I i j I I I MILLINERY ill Ite f J1 1i i Call on i 1 tAA i vv W I GtMISS FALAY LONG 7ih1sW P eIS ITtho oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers NO 1 Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control dietribg A bank that is conservative and will protect its depositors byl i The HAZEL GREEN BANK 3H F PIERATT President R H PATTON Cashier it KASH SAMPLE j Dealers in General Merchandise j t Announce to the l justreceivedLADIES SHOES GENTS i Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc i and that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions J SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etct- o which they invite inspection Ili j Iibl F f O O rMORGAN COUNTY tlII NATIONAL BANK rj ID jjOFjj CANNEl CITY KY i 52600000st l t 500000dif I AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY ii- jj IJJ JJYOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITEDtIj M L CONLEY VicePresS i i i r a