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JrII 1= i t J 3i THE Hab1ZEq GREEN HERALDi 0tc od laroh 4 l38fi adeFamouaiatheBtoryofJonathanand11isQontinentbyMDXOltell 0 i 14 Pow nraliaokdi orTheOldest Most Popular Most Wisely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the kentuck Mountains 100 a Year in Advance 1 4 T1I NTY FOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MRCH 4 1909 NUMBER fOE J Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND No1 No3 No6 STATIONS Dally ex Dally and Sunday Sunday SundayDuly AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson i 6 10 am 2 20 pn 700 am OK JunctHI 6 rib pm 2 26 pm 73 am Beattyve 07 am a 20 pm 754 am Torrent 30 am 3 41 pm 815 am NatBrl JCIJCIj 45 am 3 60 pm 826 am Campion 4M am 3 67 pm 828 am Stanton 15 am 4 26 pm 864 am Clay City 18 25 am 4I 35 pm 902 am LKJuiicn 9 00 am 6 07 pm 1003 am Wlnchester I 0 12 am 6 20 pm 1012 am Lexton ar 9 b5 um 005 pw 102ti am rt 4EAST BOUND Dally cal l STATIONSk Dally No4 and I Sunday I Sunday PM LyeAMyi 2 25 pull 01 Lexington 7 3b am 2 S8 pm YO Winchester 8 13 am 2 oil pm LJJuuctlon 140 8211 pm J 60 40 Clay City 9 02 mi 3 5S pmm 14 Stantonj 44I 9 10 am 4so pw i Cawptou Juutul I 9 38 pm 4 35 pui 57 Nut 67 9 43 am 4 47 Torrent by 9 L6 am 5 10 17 am U 03 1111162 lieaUYYeJc70I10 15 am U 10 20 am CON ETlONS L E JUNCIIO J rules Nos land w III wake connection with the C ORy tor Mt Sterling CAMPION JUXCTIoTralns Noi 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine llldgu and Cauiptou- UEATTYVILK J tscTioN Trains No 2 will make connection at Beattyvllle Juno with the 1 Dud A Jtalhvuy for passengers to and from Beattyville OK JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 ryoounect with the U K Hallway for local stations on the O K Itailway W A McDOWELL General Manager i OUAUdCUXTUeuPasi Agent Ohio ilegtuckgg lli1wRlla Time Table May 21 I9O5 7 WEST BOUND I t 21ISundaym 1 Sunday p PM Ana 0 27 PMABB- P 20 0 Caunel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Ilelechawa 20 12 19 s 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 bls3 62 22 6 310 27 O4K Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 t H No 22 Dally ex = STATIONS Daily M sy Sunday m Sunday AMLvu PM LYE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 17cIr 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 Ii 8 37 10 Wilhnrst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 ftY conneettolfat R mountain Oeiitia11iIOi1 No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mCampton1180 a m- yid 200p m Campton 000pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 amCampn Juno 10 05 am 3 HO pmCampu Juno 4 40 pm Tho Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas Bangor trains B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKERt= CAMPTON KY I the citizens of Wolfe andINFORMS counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style 24fTeams and hacks furnished funerals 1 Also can fill orders for tombstones Ac 0 HOS- ENotary SEWELL Public L STILLWATER KY r servlceatocitluniofrq Wolfe county jnd solicits the patronage Af T all who may Ave legal jiapen to exec f Office at hip residence on BUllircter teJ W t iJt l COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of ourreaclersespec- iallrlistant friends CAMPfON CURRENCY 0Miss Lula Elkina is very ill at this writing Dailey Boothe of Jaokson iis visiting home folks Miss Lou Wbisman of Fincaslle is visiting her cousin Miss Maiza Boothe Miss Inez Gosney is visiting relatives and friends at Gosneyvill this week Mr and Mrs J J Tutt of Gos noyvillo are at the bedside of her sister Mrs Drake Miss Stella Manker who has been attending school at Midway has returned home on account of bad health Misses Grace Smith Bessie Ad cock Maude Tyler Verria Hanks and Garlacd Boling spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Miss Inez GosneyA of young folks from this place attended meeting at Meadow Branch Friday night The party consisted of Misses Bessie Adoock Maiza Booth Grace Smith Maude Tyler Byrd and Nora Stain per Vernie Hanks Ruth Evans Coppie Little Sarah Gpsney and FinleyHanksj Murphy Bee Cox and Garland BolingMar 1 TOPSY Kills WonldBe Slayer A merciless murderer is appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Fills kill it by prevention They gently stim ulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that in vitas appendicitis curing constipation biliousness chills malaria headache and indigestion 26o at all dealers DAYSBORO DOINGS 0May have a wedding to report soonMiss Lula Davidson was a guest of Miss Boxy Niokell Saturday and Sunday Miss Emmu Nickell was a guest of Miss Ethel Davidson Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Jim Taulbee were guests of H H Niokeli and family Satprday and Sunday Deloren Stamper and wife and Green Brewer and wife wore guests of John Brewer Sunday While Alvin Olfields was filing a saw at his mill the fireman acci dently turned on the steam throw ing him over the saw but without serious injury Mar 1 SWINOECAT It Saved His Len IIAll thought Id lode my leg writes J A Swenson Watertown Wis Ton years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at enppoklensArnica wall Ipfallibloforshin eruptions fevereonspile250atSANDFIBLD SITTINGS o W T McNabb was a guest of J J Catron Sunday Uncle Sam Wilson is a guest of 0 W McNabb at present Mrs Tavlor Teater was a guest ofMrs J B MoNabb Sunday Aunt Lizzie Ward of Maytown fromThursday QlliePbippsOJdflelds Saturday night Mrs Granvilo Mayabb visited here parents W A Ol fields anti wife from Thursday until Sunday NanoyCatront Arlie Cecil of near Hazel Green Friday Mar I SUNSHINE 11f c TO GORRESPOirpplfTSMail your Items earlyjo they wllifJacbI our office morningMondayIfnot be published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones bubfnexn nnd write on one title Of the Paper only STILLWATBR SPARKLES 0Boone Tyra and wife went to Holly Saturday returning Sun day A number of our people went to Campion today to attend County court D B Tyra sold two steer calves CamptonforElihu Skeins of Morgan county took dinner with Jeff Brewer SundayMisses Ninuie Brewer and Stella Edwardtf dined withS C Rose and family Sunday Ollie Bush from near MovtOyn visited her father John Ratliffe on Stillwater Saturday and Sun day Robert J Rose has been very Momethinglike Sunday Jim Risner who lives on Laurel will move to Stillwater into the house recently vacated by J W MaloneyEstella Edwards who has been visiting with Mrs pB Tyra for spveral days returned to her homo at Tiont today Herman and Erna Tyra kept house Saturday and Sunday while their parents visited Boones moth er who is very sick Hon 0 B Linkous is preparing to raise a crop of tobacco this sea son and we believe he will get value received for his labor Harlan Swango of Powell coun ty and Narcissa Shear of this county were married at the reside ce of CJ Rose recently Little George Center has been brought back from Lexington where he had been in a hospital under treatment He is improving nicely Any one wanting to subscribe or renew their subscription to the KentuckyTIrR please make it known to S C Rose who will gladly wait on them Hon G B Stamper and H S Garrison of Campion went to Hazel Green Friday to attend to business matters Mr Stamper handed his subscription to the writer for THE HERALD one year 0 P LinkoiiB J P did likewise Married at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Jack Russell on Stillwater on Thurs day last George Rose Jr and Miss Rilda Russell May sorrow never cross their path and may they be honored with many healthy and happy young Roses March 1 DOMINGO Near Death in Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung trouble gave mo intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then Dr Kings Now Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so perma vent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in pig Pppd Pa It works wonders in coughs and colds sore lung hemorrhages JagriDgp asthma oroup whooping cough and all bronchia QPUqnB 60o and 100 Trial bottjp free Guaranteed by all dealers 1QLIVER TOPICS 0Plowing is the grand program in this section Mrs 0iV MoNabb paid May town a business trip Frieay Grauvillo Noble is contemplating moving to Jackson in the near fu tureThe friends o f Miss Nannie Stamper regret to hear of her ill ness Cracker Neace last week rented a farm belonging to Granvillo Noble f ii Last week H S Stamp r f 1 over 1500 ties to J II Sricklun of Insko Willie Clark and fannM vtvisitors at the homo of Oiinvill Noble Sunday Miss Bertie Clark spent a pleas ant Sunday with Misses Mattie and Lona McNabb 0 W McNabb is doing a big lot of fencing on his farm which im proves it greatly- J H Stamper ot Jackson iis visiting his granddaughter Mrs Maud Spencer of this place 0 W McNabb had a lot of lumber sawed recently his intention being to improve his dwelling Courtney Stamper is still a candidate for matrimony 0 pretty girls dont let this chance pass W T Wells has improved his farm with a new plank fence and in this neck of the woods it is known as the bluegrass farm H S Stamper has 25 acres of new land ready for corn and also a new crib filled with corn and a big string of fencing on his place The McNabb family recertly re ceived a letter rrqm Byrd in which he stated ho was pleased with his western home and says gardening is in full blast Roy McNabb won the medal for eating eggs He recently ate 30 at one time and anyone doubting his ability to do so can send 30 and he will hide the bunch in his honey jug Mar 1 POFTI The Lurid Glow of was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of II M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema hud for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood hnd effected his lungs and nothing could save him nut writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For erup tions itczema salt rheum sores and all blood disorders and rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 50c Guaranteed by all dealers BONNY BLUNDERS 0 Mrs Henry Vest is on the sick listJoe Leech of Henrywas in this section Friday IThe meeting at the Pekin school house is progressing nicely Mrs C M Carter was visiting her parents on Little Caney last weekThe writer was on the sick list last week and did get to send in any news Lillie Cecil of Grassy creek was a guest of J IL Henry and family ThursdayJohn McGuire and wife were guests of Cl W Blankeuship and family Thursday Buford Murphy of near Hazel Green is visiting his Uncle Andrew Couch and family Misses Ada and Laura Henry of this place visited friends and relatives al Henry Mar 1 Svnn Deafness Cannot be Cured by local application as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing ofthe Kustachian tube When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when It Is entirely closed deafness U the result and unless the Inlluiumation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an iiillamed condition of the mucous surfaceWe will give One Hundred Dollars fur any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot he cured by halls Catarrh Cure Send for circular free F J CIIE El A Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists Inc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Richmond Ky Feb 2400 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Inclosed findcheck for fifty cents for which please send mo TilE HKKALD Having read a few copies of THE HERALD and also once being a student of H GA I am very desirous to take the paper Yours truly I LIZZIE WILSON 308 Moberly are I iiL Indigeston Ends You can eat anything your stomach craves without fear of a case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or i sour on your stomach if you will occasionally take a little Diapep sinealingYour taste good and anything you oat will bo digested j nothing can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas which causes Belching Dizziness a feeling of fullness after eating Nausea Indigestion like a lump of lead in stomach Biliousness Heartburn Water brash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptomsHeadaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedy is used Dinpop sin really does all the wark of a healthy stomach It digests your meals when your stomachcant Each triangulo will digest all the food you can eat and leave noth ing to ferment or sour PapesDiapepsin start taking today and by tomor row you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slightest discomfort or misery and every particle of impurity ard Gas that is in your stomach and intes tines is going to ho carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance MA7TOWN MELANGE IClifford Saturday Nickell 0 calledon our Mrs Maggie McNabb of Toliver was in town shopping Saturday Rev Frank Agar of Gosneyville preached hero Sunday morning and night R D Childers of West Liberty visited his father J W Childers Saturday night and Sunday John Neff of thir place has sold his farm to W E Linkous but has not decided as to where ho will locateMisses Grace Childers Bernie Spradliug Ruth Wills and Carmie and Rosa Little were guests of Ad die and Carrie Neff Sunday Mrs Rebecca Swango who luis been visiting her daughter in Vir ginia for the past five months isi now visiting friends and relatives at this place Mar 1 ROSE Easy to Mix This What will appear very interest ing to many people here is the ar tide taken from a New York daily paper giving a simple prescription which is said to be a positive rem edy for backache or kidney or bladder derangement if taken be fore the stage of brights disease Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce j Compound Kargon one ounce j Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces Shake well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after each meal and again at bedtime- A well known diuggist hero at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the in gredients are all harmless and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so He further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rlmmatic affliction with splendid results he could see no reason why it would not be a splendid leraedy for kid ney and urinary troubles and back ache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure clean sing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul odd and waste mutter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our read ers who suffer can make no mis take in giving ifca trial- WANTEDSrrcEss MAGAZINE re quires the services of a man llj Wolfe county to look after expiring subscription and to secure new business by means of special methods unusually effective po sition permanent prefer one with expe rience but would consider any applicant with good natural qualification salary 150 per day with commission option Address with references R C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine fluilding New York People do not dread death so much but while they live they would like to bo young i k INSKO INSPIRATIONS 0 W F Lacy sold J L Burkhart a mule for 40 4 J W Bailey sold a mule to F P Bailey for 110 oneidayhero a fow days agoou business Q F P Bailey sold Letcher Davis fa yearling mule for a consideration iof 75 1 James Taulbee sold Brice PatArick a yearling mule for a private x priceCharley Patrick of White Qak 7one K Andy Crase and Kelson Risnrrrmade business trip to Cannel City a few days ago Miss Florida Back who is tti nch titlog a writing school on the SusunNll fork is doiug splendid work11rwish her good success iPoke Sizemore committed siii l ride last Friday morning about eight oclock by placing tt sht j paallinigthe loaves a wife and several children Mar 1 NAT DO YOU WANT TO oo TO coLinir Ifso we can help you We hnye nl 1 ready put hundreds through college hv means of our plan Write today for full t information regarding our oflea of a free i scholarship in any school or college AdI IKdress Robert J Sherlock 2JI31 East 2M Street New York City elJ BELKNAP 0 BLAZES1tRinda Allen spent Sunday with Mahala Arnett nightIMahala Aruell was a Lona Minix Sunday fI I E Miller purchased a milch cow a few days ago for 30iJCager Center made a business trip to Cannel City recently Myrtle Lindon of this place is visiting her brother at J H Dykes of NobletI1tI1 ont day last week on fMtotawtveekweekOral Arnett was a guest of Wil lie and Bessie Lovelace nod Sunday Klvm Perkins one of Sttl1lIaythumors recently killed a 0SI called t arrest the murderer of iMnlachir Spencer Tho Graham I Liithes seem tJ- J y- IIlO having ii g1+ uuucosa in their timlwr businors alcove here Rev W B Vuciim will begin ft placeThursdaysuccess Etlie Dykes of Caney who haf been visiting her grandfather for the past two weeks left for home ThursdayMrs Rso who has been af flirted for nearly three years died y endeUtoi March 1 BLADE t CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thed SSj+M Signature of 4 TRENT TQPICS 0 Quiet a crowd took dinner with Walter Maloney and wife Sunday daughterLillie y ping Saturday Fire broke out on the Fred Sal Ij tarm and destroyed a nice lot of r fencing Monday JT Day and W 0 Mize of Hazel Green passed through here Monday en route to Cumptonri ArtMrB1Campbell1 David Ponuiugtpn moved from the Robert Sa1tffarm to the J T Day farm on Laurel one day lost JMarch aM 4 + tlai 1 t 11r 2 2 f I f vJTirwTT tio I1 w fl THE HERALDEntered offloensieoonrtelngRmaUer atthe hares Green inat SPEHCER COOPER Editor I i r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY March 4 lUOU j WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge P KELLY KASH CoramonwMltliii AttornlY I R IiOLLONClerk iV Meets third Monday in January first i j Monday in May third Monday in l5eplem 4ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge G B STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday fn each month t- c WOLFE FISCAL COURT r Meets first Tuesday In April first Tues sdayIn October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No 1C M Fallen third Fridi in March June tenteuioer and Dece ber District No2Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February May August and November District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No iPo it LegK first Friday In March May August and November District No 6T C Hollon second Friday in March June September end December District No 6Hoy Hurst third Friday In February May August and November District No 7ll T Itottnn fourth Friday in March June September and December District No SJ M Lovelace first Friday in February May August and November r DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY For County Judge W B DUFF i For County Court Clerk it L CARROLL For Circuit Court Clerk 1 C L1NDON For Sheriff GEORGE tVSALLuY For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTER For JailerJ C 1 LITTLE For Co Superintendent W TAULBE1 For Surveyor R CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE r MORGAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District JBHANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32- ndDislrlctJOIIN k WAUG For County Judgel C FERGUSO L For County AttorneyJ P HANK For County ClerkJ II SEDASl IAN For Superintendent T N BARKE t ForCircnit ClerkItI OAKLE For SberlffI1 B DROWN For JallerII C COMB For AssessorWNIT KEMPLI3 For Coroner S5ACH I1ANE For SurveorI P TURNER TWENTYFOUR years ago today the first issue of THE HAZEL GREE HERALD was first printed Sine that time we have missed priutin 22 issues on account of sickness failure to receive paper on time or lack of help Grover Cleveland f w was inaugurated President of the tCountytI EDITOR HERALDMorgan county is fast taking the lead in rail road building coal developments lumbering etc It is interesting to see the new cannel coal mine in operation on the Morehead and Northfork railroad just completed standard gauge into the Northfork coal and timber fields In addl tion to having the greatest area of cannel coal to be found at anyplace we have more virgin forests of timberpoplar oak pine wal nut ash hickory maple linden etc than any section of Kentucky We have a fine farming country broad valleys rich hillsides and all grow corn and grass to perfec tion good stock hogs horses cattle etc industrious prosperous farmers pretty women and fast fox hounds good county officers a superb circuit judge etc By the way our lately elected sheriff B South Stamper today finished executing all his bonds made good by the signatures of county men of wealth He did not have to buy a bond by getting a trust com pany to sign for him His is the first bond executed by a sheriff in twentyone years signed alone by resident sureties All before him have called to their aid a trust company This speaks well for South Stamper who is making a good sheriff He executes tho pro cess and makes it hot for violators of the law and all kinds of fugi tives from justice They must come up and take their medicine or leave the country He is a sleuth on their trail- I have no long murder case to detail to you All peace prosperity and brotherly love You are a good fellow comelive with us and ride with us on our electric road about to be built from here to tho railroad DEMOCRATIC VOlt Liberty Feb 27 I lJi j Valuable Postal Information J S McKinley of Oriont OhIO president of tho Ohio State Iuugno pf Postmasters has prepared aud issued the following informatii with regard to the postal sere cei aud how the people may help When you address your IcUtrs or cards with a lead pencil see that tho address is nlainly written Most letters lost are improper addressed you hnd better use a pen and ink When you address a letter seo that you spell the nnmo of tthp town correctly Mntiy postoHU have similar names Dont writo Cin for Cincinnati or Col fMI Columbus Whon you address a letter or card leave room for the stamp nnd postmark in the upper right haIH1 corner Postmarks often blur your address Do not put writing in newspapers or packages If you do tbo matter becomes firstclass mnil and you must pay letter postage two cents an ounce or you are 11li- able to a flue of 10 Written or typewritten letters placed in unsealed envelopes are subject to the same rate of postaj is when sealedtwo cents an once Post cards in transparent envoi ipes will go at the rate of one ent if unsealed provided there iiis nothing more than the address of the one to receive it and the name If the sender Stamp must Iue placed on envelope and not on Lard when enclosed in transparent envelope Post cards containing writin and inclosed in transparent envelope whether sealed or nnsealec nust bear a twocent stamp ond the stamp must be placed on tho envelope instead of the card Send money by postofiice mono trder for if it is sent in this man ler if lost in tho mails the Post Office Department will issue yon notlier order Send valuable papers or mar handise by firstclass registers nail for the Post Office Deportment will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 25 Patrons of postofiice can get otter service by renting n box If you have a box the postmaster work is lightened and your mail iis tot handled or looked over like iit is in the general delivery The Post Office Department make great conveniences for you so do not hesitate to help in return When you mail a letter or package see that it is substantially done up The rapid handling of the nails sometimes destroys a poo nvelope or covering of a package and your mail is thus lost You should put your name and tostoffice on the package and iif- not delivered it will be returnee to you but you will hayo to repay the postage unless itis firstclass When you move to another post office notify the postmaster iron your former postofiice to forward your mail and notity the publishers of your papers that you have gauged your postofiice Letters from the pension agency oan be delivered only to the person tot whom addressed or to some member of his or her family especially authorized to receive the mailIf you have friends visiting you have their mail sent in your care Use an ordinary size envelope and have on it your return card if it is not delivered it will be returned to you and not go to the Dead Letter Office as thousands of letters do If you receive a letter by mistake and it is not yours dont open it but return it promptly i and if- you do open write on envelope opened by mistake and sign- your name- For SaleFarm of 100 acres 75 acres bottom land all timber nee essary for farm use good 0 room dwelling and all out buildings barn 00x82 Located on State iad 8 miles N W of Hazel Groin in a good neighborhood school ohurch and store at the door Fenoing in good repair Terms Half cash and balance on time to- suit purchaser 3500 will buy it jgF Address Spencer Cooper Hazel Green or F P Clark Toli YlJr Ky for further particulars t- c tfi q IPur Sood for Farmers Frankfort March lAgrJoul rurall Commissioner M C Rankin has sent out a letter to the farmers of Kentucky urging them t9 cooperate with him in the moment for pure seeds He says To the Farmers of Kentuck As the farmers of Kentucky have been imposed upon for years thru buying adulterated seed I feel that as commissioner of agric lure I should do something to help them T wont ovary former when he buys seed to find out from whom the seed is bought and then send a sample or samples to tho Agri cultural Experiment Station at Lexington Ky to see if it is pure or adulterated before it is sown The seed will bo examined and returned with the results of the ex animationThe seed dealer will be benefitted and the dishonest one will b oJ put out of business if it 18 in my power to do so The farmor will know what he is sowing and what the harvest will bo If the farmer sows seed without having them inspected I want lim to report the harvest to me tolling me from whom the seed was bought and the results By so doing you will benefit this department yourself and other farmers throughout the state Impure seed and adulterated seed must be done away with When you gut your samples get them down in the middle of the sack ior inckngo and not from the top Thanking you for your hearty co operation in this matter I beg to remain your servant M C RANKIN Commissioner of Agriculture Like a Man That mon Exchange says some mighty good things occasionally and here is one of them A newspaper is like a man because get rally it reflects some manand it hould be judged as a man should ho judged i largely and on the whole No man lives a perfect ife no editor prints a perfect paper If an editor is hones he is bound to offend some one ev cry day of his life if he doesn fiend s ume one the editor is nan bypamby and flabby The same hing is true of the average man A newspaper in bound to mak listakos i in getting news it must necessarily take heresay But iif- in the long run and in the main weoknfter week and year after year a paper stands for decent for honest thinking and clean liv IR if it speaks fair for those who are trying to do good and condemns sneaks and cheats and low persons that s a good paper Be Natural One reason why BO many girl and boys men and women too aro uninteresting is because they try so hard to be like somebody else rather than be content to remain himself or herself in life In nature you dont see an oak posing asi a yellow leg or a horse as a cow or a lily as a rose or a lilac as a peony or a dog as a cat Be nat ManyIfor music is running a piano whc should bo making bonnets 01 bread i and many a boy is studying for a learned profession whose proper sphere is the machine shop or the millmanyi a man is splitting up the churches who ought toi be doing good service in some institution of learning teaching or working on a farm and many a woman is trying in vain to be a- leoder of Society when she should be a model housewife in her own moreaASrorrx4L Bean thetheKind You Nan Always Bought Signature llI1lof Roll of Honor Time following parties have paid their 8ubI criptlon since our last report South Stamper Cannel City 0 B Linkous Stillwater- G Ii Stamper Campio- nII In Rose Hazel Green Floydl Arnett Neola John Q Shuler Milford Ohio S S Shackelford QosueyvHIe Torn Stamper Trent a L1 4 THE VERY BEST Haveany ofour readers seen a recent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all thing that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its reader to criticise and suggest improve incuts and following advice thu obtained is enabled to produce ia paper that exactly fits needs of ia family and a material aid to father mother and children in reachinj that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme Father obtains ample information that guides iu the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from hisi efforts Tin 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 of questionable amusements and frivolities of life and encouraged tc emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that As are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation- A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Rpssell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati O REVOLVING h AVr WiaE11ABlE0tFAP argFEUe a 0E KALBILL KANSAS Cflt4O Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood rrazw r sw Tho lowest priced good substantial lawn and gar den fence built Write for catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb III Kansas City Mo uulhr+rTherairemortMerull Patient toi4Inth United suits flan of my other oak oIpsternsI This U on account ol their nyly accuracy and tinplictly MCCII MatrazIDeITboOn or Fashion hu mere eubcnben than anyother LidipdMapdne On yeTlbmlnmonranumbrota0ernle talent number 1 cent livery iub cifl rgeu a cCalllaI tarn Kre Subscribe todijr Lady Abate Wanted lUndtome premiums or liberalI caih contmliftion PauernCatdoguol6oode- pgn and Premium Catalogue tboobf 400 premiumi MBtfre AaMraa TilE McCALL CO 11wYork Buggies l Buggies Tile citizens of Hazel Green and thi vicinity are herewith informed that the3 can now buy firstclass buggies at hom- eI am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont ban die anything but firstclass buggies ant those who want cheap claptraps wit have to go elsewber- oliirRemember1f you want a FIRS CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I carl supply you Call and sea meat my shop in Haze Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE n Our Fall Opening We invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We willshow an exceptional array of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including theJfamous ACH Trimmed Millinery MISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GREEN oJ KENTUCKY It = oo q t 0a- r Wf yr U 1 r A l Ilr MORGAN COUNTY F m 1 4NATIONAL BANKS m r OF CANNEL CiTY KY j j CAPITAL S25OOOOO r SURPLUS 600000 Ill lei UNDIVIDED PROFITSII- n tjj to P 651rprpt AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY t II YOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED tilMlI W L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice Pros IIjI- jl CUSTER JONES Cashier lP1 =o = o 14 = =o = v = s Kash JJohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandiseii COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores i Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hard warn c and especially thoirkHAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all tho varied styles and quality for WOMEN AND MEN and sell thorn at the lowest margin of profit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stock including iu the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kash Johnson Kash THE PEOPLE OF HAZEL GREENra- nd the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call and examine our new stock of fall and winter goods which for cash will be sold lower thantever before PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 6 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yard Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROS We Bu- yFURS IIIdos and- Wool Fthen Tallow BCMWU ClueD Golden Se IYtIIow Root Mar Appl Wild Ginger etc Ware dealer eiuLluhcd in 1856Oyer hail ace agie- Louiwaleaad can do belter fot you itiu peat at rrmtmmoa merchuU Reference ur Dint in LouiniOe Write to week fat liil and flipping Uf I M Sabol A Sons 229 IE Market SL LOUISVUIE i 1l n I KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNC8 i WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCH8PUIC i PureeII AND ALL THROAT AND LUNOTROUBLEL GUAANTFSD8ATIHFAOTOoz 1 II y 1 i L j ItIIt7cfl J va I h i i TI v o YM 3 110 f Ii N t 1k 1 0 C rr Have One i DoctorNo from one doctor to another Select the best one then stand by him Do not delay but consult him in time when you are sick Ask his opinion1 i of Aycrs Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds Then use it or not just as he says We publish our formulae tea nnlh nloohol A from our medlelnti Wo urcs youto yers consult doctor your Always keep n box or Ayers Pills in the house Just one pill at bedtime now and then will ward ofT many an attack of hillousncn indigestion sick headache Mow mans years has your doctor known these pills Ask him all about them Mads by the 3 C Ayer Co Lowell Mm THE HERALD Clifford Nickell representing Trimble Bros wholesale grocers at Mt Sterling was in town Tuesday Austin Fluids representing a dry goods house of Lexington was a guest of the Day House a fow days this week Mrs John Brooks and family have moved to the dwelling recently vacated by Ellsworth Lacy and family Marion Knight former cashier of Hazel Green Bank is now en gaged iin the livery business at Pleasureville John D Henry of Ezel was in town Mojiday tho guest of his nieces Mrs Sam Kash and Miss Nancy Sample John B Davis formerly of this town but for a year or so citizen of Lexington with his family are now in Oklahoma See the new ad of Kash tC Sam ple in this issue of our paper as they call espescial attention to a fine line of Soltz shoes clothing c If you have auy saddles or harness that need repairing take them to S F Reynolds and seo how neatly and cheaply he can do tho job Rev M Bicknell and family have moved from the Fetterly property to the Caskey property last occupied by Clayton Center and family Jimmie Alexander of Daysboro had tho misfortune to lose a fine young horse from lung fever one day last week He NBS a roan gelding and valued at 100 The young stallion offered for salo at auction Saturday was withdrawn at 14250 tho highest bid received and Charley Rose subsequently bought him at 150 i 4 Ellsworth Lacy and family having sold all household fixtures are this week visiting relatives in this vicinity and will next week start to Rardin IlL where they will live in the future In the Breathitt Circuit court at Jackson last week Walter R Day oxState Treasurer was sentenced to the penitentiary for one year for forging the name of his uncle Floyd Day to a note As announced in our last issue Mrs Em Lacy her sister Miss Lou Ann Lacy and her daughter inlaw Annie Lacy and little daughter Ruth loft Monday via Campton for Bushton III If you want n fine razor as good 4 as you can buy for 2cnJl this at office and get one for 1 Wo also have a few watches good timekeepers that can bo had for 1 t y each Dont wait until supply is gone Chas W and Robt Cecil under y the firm name of Cecil Bros havo purchased from Mrs Geneva Brown a lot just is rear of John M i willi28x00 feet cost torn 200 and i they will build a storehouse 22x00 joet L tj 2i t w l 1 tr A Prosperous Former Gitixen The many friends of Willie Swango or Trading Billie as he was known by many when he lived here will rejoice to learn that he hUB prospered wonderfully since he went to the bluegrass as the following extract from tho Lexington Gazette of recent date indicates William T Swango who recently sold his place on tho Paris pike purchased this week of William S and Robert 0 Floyd their farm containing nearly two hundred acres near Ewington lying on the Howard Mill turnpike The price paid was 82 per acre equal to cash Possession given on March 1st Mr Swango will im prove the farm People who are thoroughly acquainted with this territory in which the above farm lies say that while it is not alley el as his former farm it is equally its rich in soil if not a shade bet ter We congratulate Billie on his good fortune Shooting on Gillmore Malaohai Spencer better known by the nickname of Billwas way laid and shot Thursday morn ing last just at daybreak the wouldbe assassin firing from the corner of the residence of one Liz zie Back Jerry Brewer of the same neighborhood is thought to have fired the shot as the ball proved to boa 32calibre special and a pistol belonging to one of the Pratts of that calibre with one cartridge fired was subsequent ly found in the room Brewer had occupied It is also said that Bill Spencer had been too inti mate with Brewers woman The wound which is in the back is thought to be a fatal one although Spencer was alive Tuesday morn ing The ball entered the small cf the back and came out just above the waistband of Spencers pants in front A Gentle Hint A lady who suffered from a neigh hors fowls that overran and spoiled her garden politely asked her neigh bor several times to keep his pots at home but no attention was paid to her grievance Finally she hit upon an ingenious method of pro tooting herself She prepared grains of corn by tying to them with a strong thread small cards bearing tho words Please keep me at home and distributed the grains about her flower beds The chick ens came to feast as usual and greedily swallowed the corn not perceiving the thread until the card was against their beaks Then they could neither swallow the card nor rid themselves of the swallowed corn Twenty or thirty of the marauders ran home bearing the polite request to the culpable own er who struck with the method of the hint promptly cut tho threads and cooped up his fowls Polk Sizemore Suicides Polk Sizemore of Adel in Mor gan county committed suicide by shooting Friday last The particular as learned here are that ho took a shotgun and placing it on a chair with the muzzle at his abdo men pushed the trigger with a stick and the desired result The cause of tho deed is said to have been family trouble he having remarked I have lived in hell for years and the original place can be no worse so I will go there He leaves a wifo nine children and a host of graudchildr n The re mains wore laid to rest Saturday Boach Hargis in Jail Beach Hargis slayer of his fath er Judge James Hargis of Breath itt county was taken to Irvine Saturday aud turned over to the jailer and he will remain locked up until his secoud trial begins in April his freedom on a 25000 bond being terminated by the action of his bondsmen his uncles John and Floyd Day and his brotherinlaw Dr W P Hogg who feared trouble in case the young patricide was allowed to re main longer at large Even his mother who has stood faithfully by him through all his troubles consented to the notion of his bondsmen and approved it I 0 74 J JIW1 A Large Frog I Several epicures were sitting I around a storo stove telling ofII the best things to eat One anothlori to anything i anothor said his preference was quail on toast ian other preferred baked muskratt Finally young Marion Centur re marked that if thero was anything better than frog hams it had never boon his pleasuro to taste it and several agreed that they were pret ty good Frogs being the subject one after another told of the lar gest he had soon when Marion ob served that upon the Kentucky river where ho used to hire thorn was some worldboaters for size Continuing ho said I wouldnt tell this if I did not have proof but I canght a frog that was so large you could not put him in al fourgallon churn As a churn of this size is some four or five inches in diameter one can readily estimate the size of Marions frog and he insists that it can proved He is Alter Them There was a revenue officer here last week or possibly he was a de tectiye in the revenue service Anyhow he would enter a store call for a poke of smoking tobacco and when it was handed to him he would soy Have you ao cigarette paper If he were answer ed in tho affirmative and the pa pare handed him he would ask Where are your license to sell these and if the merchant could I not produce them he would de mand 13 He did nrt get anyono hare but it is learned that two or three merchants at Campion forked over and one or two caught with the goods refused to auto Fairs in Kentucky- So far as WI can hum the fairs schoil presentyearj Georgetown July 27 to ft11 I Henderson July 27 to 31 I Mndlxonville August 3 to 7 BLUE GRASS FAIR Lexington Angnst 9 to 14 Unlontown Angust 10 to 14 Brodhend August 17 to 20- Harbours ville August 18 to 20 Shepberdaville Anguat 18 to 20 Tompkinsville September 1 to 4- Scottimlle September 2 to 4 Paris September 7 to 11 Scottsburg September 13 to 17 STATE PAIR Louisville Sept13 to 18 United States Court at Jackson Judge AlIJ Cochran of Mays ville convened the United States District court for the Eastern Disji triot of Kentucky at Jackson at 2 oclock Monday afternoon Thisl is the first regular term of court held in that ciy under the recent act of congress introduced by Hon John W Langley congressman from this district There are onlyI 30 cases on the docket all of which will probably be disposed of by Wednesday at roon The court has brought a great number of people from other counties to the city Prof James S Compton a for mer teacherin the academybut now likewise employed at Eureka College Illinois writes friends here that his wife a few days since pre sented him with a girl baby He married a lady in Illinois last summer a year ago aud the visitor just announced in the first fruit of the union Elsewhere in these columns will ho found a large advertisement of Joe 0 Stamper the enterprising Grassy creak merchant who is of fering some extraordinary cheapI bargains Dont fail to I ad and then call and see what they can do for you Mrs Timandia Rose wife of Robert Rose near Lee City who has been a paralytic for the past two or three years died Friday and was buried Saturday She was about 05 years of age and leaves a husband and three ohildrenII The jury in tho Amelia Belle Allen who shot and killed Mrs Fanny Tutt in Breath itt county several months since rendered a verdict of guilty fixed tho punishment at 00 nndII in tho penitentiary ONIONS WANTED Any farmer having a bushel or two of good sound onions to dispose of can find a ready buyer by culling at TILE HERALD office James Perkins one of our young citizens and friends is on the federal grand jury at Jackson this week A Mr Moore superintendent the Cumberland Pipe Line Co which is a branch of the Standard DayHouse e 1 w Choctaw Sandpit Texas The farmers have begun to plant cornMrs Dora Summers is on the sick list Herburt Smith son of R E Smith is out ou the ranch today Mr and Mrs R V Brown were Imests of Mrs Dora Summer Thurs lily night Mrs1 Anna Smith was a guest of her nnphow 11 L Smith Frilly and SaturdllYI illl1Eweeks vacation at Dallas Miss Ruth Salyer received live letters and three post cards from hr Kentucky friends Thursday Mr and Mrs R V Brown wont to Sherman Texas Monday to buy furniture to go to housekeeping R Jo Smith who has been visiting in Columbus Visa has returned bringing his sistor Mrs Anna Smith with him Misses Greta and Lela Williams Ruth Salyer Edgar Stevens MrI and Mrs R L Smith Mr and W C Summers and Mr and Mrs R X Brown attended Sunday school at Choctaw church Sunday eveningThe following attended a party given by Thomas und Charley Scrivener Friday night Misses Greta and Lola Williams Ruth Salyer Muss rs Harry Davis Al bert Hoab John Duplomta R L Smith nun wife Edgar Stevens and wile 1V C Summers nnd wife uiiil R V brown mid wifo FlI2L A MAYTOWX Gear SWEET CLOVER fill best fertilizing bay and Knizinj plant known NO FAKE inr r1or Inscriptive circular address J T MARDIS IALMOUTH KY Reference Ieiidletnn Dank almiiiith FrlltOuIlDllIeaI Tees Everything for Orchard Lawn and Gardenlrr TRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS ElF HILLENMEYERvfc SONS LEXINGTON KY THINKING ffF MOVING WEST II tint then make up your mind and write me for descriptive list of farms in MUsomi producththe sun at prices Hinging from 15 In 40- nil acre and cons where Hie is made toler ible hy easy panfitrlile fannlzjgWliysweal and fret life away in the vain ellort to eke nut a mere miaunilile snMcnance from the ockribbed rootlaced hillside an your fa her anti fathers lather did when there Is- RO much pood land In be had yet awhile for n mere snug Get rut of the nils break away from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose to the grindstone All it takes is rexolutinn nun a little nerve Write me anal let HIP help ynil to heller condition IIIN PlilPPS Ghanute Kansas o fTno WiQOnostoI Bankk WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEKSPOON President I Iald Up Capital I 910000000 Undivided ProMIx I 11000010 Handsome vtlt o- fpovr I I I 950000000 This bank solicits the accounts off merchants farmers traders anti bus Iness men generally throughout East orn Kentucky and others Its custom erseverv tnerlttyandthemostliberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking Ioct2ly tx4wi WJ S HENRYS i i lfendquarterslnrkeunKyarlRI5HNTINr THEi JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods aud Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO SolicitIs the ttrade of the use rehmtts nt Host can Kentucky anil ismirantee prices iml quality ol cods fluid orders for him DAY HOUSE Hazol Creen Ky Mrs LOU 11 AV Iroprletcir Best table tare In 1 adorn Kentucky A- Ir sample room connected Heated and Ighted by gas throughout and special an lommodntion to traveling me- nDR Cll IL1I8tt PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I HAZEL GREEN KY Offer his profenllonal services to the clti ens of Hazel ireen and mirrouiiding cOunt try anti will answer nil calls nf ulUIctlon Office nt lila residence adjoining hazel reen flank v ia 111I illj 111II 111IJAtlllr ALCOHOL J PER CENT Prrp3l8llonrorAsslmllal i ingutestolrclrhsattllllollvlsoPromotesDigesnonekedul nessandRestContalnsneltlrr 0piuuMorphlnenarlliseral- btl vwr NOT NARCOTIC AtrptotOldlkJitslTTlAfCCllf7rt- gg Rtglf t yd soMreidh It lda- AperfertRemedyforConsfipa Iof II cSrrd IIonSourStolaachDlarrhaaWerIUSCOUVUISIOUSTtfish s nessandLossoFSLeerTacS lof NEW YORK Alb months old J5 DOSESI J5CENTS a lIgi Exact Copy of Wrapper r CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In Use For Over Thirty Years CASIORIAtee RASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hnzd Green and vicinity that they have just received a magnificent line of LADIES S ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Good Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspection NOTICET1 PUBLIC For the next Thirty lnys or until further notiw for reasons best known to myself I will close out flry entire Stockof General Merchandise at Cost and a great many articles far below The stock amounts to 7000 or 8000 consisting of Dry Goods Gents Clothing Boot Shoes Hats Caps Groceries Hardware Queens ware Tinware Drugs Paints Oils CountryStoreabove I will quote a few prices i pounds of Arbuckles Ariosa Coffeo for 100QUO Ihs Arbuckles Bulk Roasted Coffee per pound10e 8 barrels Extra C Sugar No G per pound 6c 3 cans 3lb Pie Peaches 25e 3 cans Mb Pie Pears 25tt 3 cans 3lb Apple Jolly 25c 3 barrels FireProof Coal Oil per gallon 15u 8 pounds Arm and Hammer Brand Soda for 20c 2 barrels Best Stick Candy 2 pounds for 16u A complete line of Fancy Dried Fruits Apples Peaches Apricots and all kinds of Fancy and Staple Groceries at cost Xot more than 100 worth of above to each customer 00 yards of American and Simpson Caicos4 per ynrd All Prints and Best Grades Calitos5to25 pieces Outing Cloth best grades at costt 100 Gents Fine Shirts at 30e each A full and complete line of Ladies and Gents Furnish ing Goods at cost 0 11A1 11 cr all parts and repairs for these plows 4j Jf you ere sck we have the Drugs to make you well JCome early and stay late and be sure to get a slice of these rare bargains SALE BEGINS MARCH 5 I9O9 Dont ask for Credit on these sales If goods are bookedSregularI prices will be charged Highest prices paid for Country Produce JCE C STANIPERGRASSY CREEK KY r- 5 l 1 o c h T TTT i 1 t WrtB GREAT REMEDY IS f RECOMMENDED FOR Acute and Chronic Diseases of the Kidney Liver Bladder- or Urinary Organs and Acute Chronic Rheumatism Uric acid lumbago or gout PREVENTS BRIGHTS DISEASE Dissolves and expels Gravel or Gall Stones It heals and removes irritation Inflamma tion Ulceration or Catarrh of the Bladder The Test That Tells DOTIIAN ALA Jan 21 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binguampton N Y- twoGentlenJen About one year ago fi of my children suffered badly from weak kidneys and diabetes their urine was very bad and they would have severe spells of dizziness and wore all run down in health I was just about discouraged I tried several remedies and finally a doctor but they did uoUsecm to improve taklnglwampnootL suits and I decided to get some for the children I noticed there was somt improvement after they halt taken two large bottles and continued to give it to them until they had taken half a dozen bottles and were well on the road to re sr covery I think Swamp Root has done more for my children than any other medicine I have tried and I recommend- it to one having children who suffered as mine did R W LINSENBY City Clerk Dothan Ala A Georgia Woman SPARKS GA Jan 11 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y GentlemenSome time ago I was troubled with kidney trouble had severe pains in back and hips Was treated by a physician but without any benefit I noticed some Swamp Root advertising and resolved to give it a trial After taking four bottles I was completely cured Have not suffered any pain at all since and can recommend Swamp Root to anyone suffering from kidney trouble Sincerely MRS E V STEVENS A Clergyman rt NEW ROADS LA Jan 22 1908 Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y Dear SirsI write today to the public that your Swamp Root cured me of kid doinghavingt that were breaking down my constitu tion The best medical aid was employed and they pronounced my trouble as alkali in the kidneys but were unable to do goodI Root and became a well man This was six years ago and I have had no trace of the troub le Yours for suffering men REV J K TAYLOR Pastor Baptist Church New Roads La Results After Using BOSTON GA Jan 13 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y Gentlemen Some time ago I was troubled with kidney trouble I thought for some time I was suffering with diabetes I had severe pains in my hack and hips A friend recommended Swamp Root and I decided to give it a trial I obtained a bottle trom a druggist and after taking a few doses felt relieved After taking several bottles the pain was entirely gone and I have not suffered the slightest since I cannot be too enthuI antic in my praise of this iclne and it gives me great pleasure to give testimonials regard to its merits B RO Former Mayor and Member Legislature We have sold Mr Rountree Swamp Root and have also sold it in a number I of cases for kidney trouble and always with perfect satisfaction J C ADAMS Sox i RIC- EUNDERTAKER r HAZEL KY I have several fine Coffins in my and am to make style to and the most seasonable terms have A Hearse and burials when iBjrespectfullyiBj h ifig The Valuo of a Romedy iIs Proven By Its Cures ELKWOOD ALA Dec 14 1908 Dr Kilmer Co BInghamptou N Y Dear SirsI have derived such great benefit from the use of your remedy Swamp Root that I believe it to be moat important for the to know Its worth For the past ten years 1 have been the most miserable of men Did nut know what the trouble was but had to urinate very frequently both day and night was all puffed up generally Could not sleep mow than a couple of hours lit a time was greatly distressed after eat ing a meal and was about worn nut I had tried nearly everything I could see advertised and hear of without bel me to any great extent until 11111I October last at Klpnn Vis I a one dollar bottle ot Swamp Hoot nod commenced taking it according to dine dun and I followed that with another bottle and experienced such great relief and benefit from same that 1 purchased five dollars worth at Huntsyille Ala and continued its use and am now tak ing it but in smaller doses and twice it day iin place of four times a day mid be Have by the time present supply in used up I will be entirely wellurn feeling better now than for ten years past Can eat and sleep first class in tact Iam feeling so good that I cannot resist tell- Ing you about it You are at liberty to publish this testimonial if you wish U S A Retired Box 7 11 R No 12 Elkwood Ala Prominent Mason JACKSON TENN According to my experience 1 do nut consider tbere is anything to equal Swamp Root for kidney affection Twice it relieved me when 1 was com helplessThe I was traveling in Texas when my kidneys become affected and for ten days suffered excruciating pain with severe chills Several years previous Leon relieved of a similar attack I naturally sought relief as before from Swamp Root After using four of the large size bot ties I was completely restored and went my way rejoicing and praising Swamp This WitS three years ago and JIIon Hilliction had no indication of a return of J C SMITH JR 83 Mason A Contractor DONAIDSONVILIE GA Jan 20 1909 Dr Kilmer Cu Biugbamptou N V GentlemenAbout four years ago 1 suffered from kidney trouble and rneu malisin in my hips The pain across lilYI back became so severe that I could hard ly straighten up and could not walk with out dragging mv feet I would urinate frequently and would have to rise two or three times during the night causing me toBuffer from loss of sleep And with the pafn I was all run down and began to lose flesh I saw Swarnp Root advertis ed and bought one bottle to try it After taking it I felt better aura could sleep all right at night I continued to take it until I had taken four large bottles I was entirely free from any pain in the back and began to gain in I al ways recommend SwampRoot to my friends as I thiuk the cure iu my caseI remarkableYours very truly M H HICKSON onalsonvill Ga Fully Satisfied WAYCHOSS GA Jan 6 l OJ- Dr Kilmer Co Binghamptou X Y Dear SirsDuring last October I snf fered from my kidneys I consnlted my physician who pre scribed for me but his treatment did not benefit me After reading some Swamp Root literature I derided to give it a trial After taking a few doses I felt somewhat relieved and after two 1 but ties had been taken I had no pain and was completely cured I have not had the slightest pain in my back or hips since From my own experience I can cheerfully recommend Swamp Rout to anyone suffering from tiouble Yours very truly SIMON MARTIN Mr Martin conducts a carting and transfer business JliloDR KILMER Dr Kilmers likeness Is on the out side wrapper of every bottle Beneficial in Severe Cases EDOEFJELD TIN Dr Kilmer Co N Y Gentlemen I hardly know how tc express my appreciation for the good your Swnmp Root hiss dune me T had been greatly troubled with my kidneys andI with pain in the back also with what the doctors termed inflammation of the neck of the bladder Sometimes my back would get in such shape that I was almost helpless I had tried several sad I finanyIproposed to vend 11 sample bottle ofhi- kdney s medicine SwampRoot free by pFompIt I I found it did me good I then purchased two bottles from our merchant Mr W Jl Elizer After taking the medicine I felt like a new man and each day rode five miles to teach school You are at liberty to use this letter or refer anyone to me as I will always be glad to tell them what a wonderful remedy this Swamp Root is Mr James lyens of Nintidersville Tenn is taking it with rood results VerA truly yours D A MONTGOMERY Member Tennessee Legislature Rural Route No 24 Edgefield Tenn Mall Carriers Experience BLOUNTVILLE TENN I have been a rural letter carrier fo over five years Some two years aco was token with severe pains in my back I used medicine from my family clan for several months without any benefit A friend J D Nelson advised to try your Swamp Rout but I had no faith in it I continued to grow worse and at llast decided to try this remedy and bought of Long Bros a 50c bottle which gave me great relief I then bought two 1 which I can truthfully Bay have completely cured Had it Riot been for Swamp Root I would have been compelled to quit the rural free delivery service painsinthem I was so bad that very often my wife would hays to help me to arise M R HENDR10KSON Uural Letter Carrier Itoute No2 Minister BniNSON GA Jan 20 1909I Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y Gentlemen Some time ago I suffered hipsMyI felt miserable A friend recommended Swamp Root I obtained and took the contents of two bottles when I felt relief My back has not troubled me since and I can thoroughly recommend Swamp Rout to anyone suffering from troubles as I find it afforded me great relief Yours very truly REV E T DAWSON Results It Has Proved DOTHAN ALA Jan 21 1909- Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y Dear SirsHave been suffering more or less from kidney trouble for the last five yenta and was induced to try your Swamp Root Am happy to say or give you testimonial that it has cured me I- iun a traveling salesman for Messrs Colgate Co New York and am always traveling on the road Drinking the differenti waters affected my kidneys Yours respecfully SAMUEL WOLF Every mail brings many unsolicited testimonials from people from all over the United States and foreign lauds expresssing heartfelt for what Dr Kilmers SwampRoot has done for them Do not let anyone sell you some other medicine to take the place ofI Swamp Rootif you do you will be disappointedinsist on getting what you ask forthere is no other medicine as good us Dr Kilmers Swamp Root IF YOU A MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BESTI SWAMPROOT is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder or obliged to go often during the day and get up many times during the night have smarting or irritation in passing or heart disturbance due to kidney trouble SwampRoot will be found just the remedy you need DONT BE MISLEDFor Instance when you ask for Dr Kilmers wamp Root the Great Kidney Liter and Bladder Remedy dont allow auy druggist drug clerk or store keeper to persuade you into buying something else I in its place Every time he succeeds in selling you a worthless substitute he makes moreIprofit but you are humbugged at the expense of your healthCI NOTEEvery reader of TilE HAZEL GREEN HERALD who has not yet tried Swamp Root the great Kidney LiverI and Bladder Remedy may address Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y and receive a sample oottle free by mall At all dealers in 58c and 100 sizes L A Sworn Certificate ofPurity With Every BottleSee Inside Wrapper GEORGE GREEN shop prepared any order on I also Handsome4 will attenall public respectfullyTHOS A accompanied having weight kidney BlnRhompton doctors pbysi me bottles me Baptist kidney gratitude NEED trouble I Money to Burn If you have money to burncc IKeep it in the house where it may bo burned lost or stolen but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank I account will give you a better business standing in the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will bo pleased to see it there before the close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Subscribe Now Only 100 per Year J 41f J zt KENTUCKY KBRflELB Carefnllf Collated and Concisely Chronicled Within the past week over 100 cars Qf coal were carried over the L E road into Winchester destined for Panama In a pistol fight between Jtsse Curtly and Jack Hardin on the streets of Rich mond one day last week the former was dangerously woundedI h raE B Bartlett a Baptist minister of Leo county lost his horse by drowning and was himself seriously hurtbyhis wagon overturning carrying man and horse down a steep embankment into the Kentucky river ConductorNFrank C Blevins of a C 0 train be tween Ashland nnd Pikeville and W A Pruitt and his son John Pruitt resulted in the death of Blevins and the elder Pruitt and the wounding of a passenger whose name was not ascertained Governor Wilson has issued a procla matiun designating April 2 as Arbor day for Kentucky and in connection with iIt girlsrof Kentucky urging them to stick In at least one tree on Arbor day and make plans to start many trees every year Sherman Blanton Nathan Blanton I Jack Blanton and Pearl Blanton were taken from Harlan county to London to await their trial next June for the killing of F R Blanton near Layman Harlan county Owing to the fact that the de fendants were so extensively related in Harlan county the case was transferred to London The heavy rains in the early partof last week caused more high waters an i damage to property public and private than has been known in Kentucky for fortyithe lower part of Frankfort known as Craw and in some parts of Lexington the water stood eight feet deep in the streets Leo Jones aged 12 years was arrested last week at his home at Whitley Sta tion about 30 miles from Somerset and admitted to placing two derailers on the Q C trpck just to see the big engine jump setting fire to two dwellings two or three barns and riding a twomonths old calf to death The youngster told the officers of his doings with as little concern as if it were part of his daily life and laughed while they were ques tioning him He was taken to the state bchool of reform A short time since officers from Ien tucky and Tennessee simultaneously raided I the blind tigers doing business on the borders between the two states and captured a large number At the recent session of Whitley Circuit court held at Williamsburg ninety cases were tried and fines aggregating 16000 were im posed besides the jail sentences One woman was fined 610 and 110 days in jail while others were mulcted in sums ranging from 60 to 100 and jail sen tences from 10 to 90 days The jail sentences will all be worked out on the rock pile Last Weeks Storm in Kentucky LondonWill Creech of Travelers Rest Owsley county was killed on a raft near that place while steering logs down Sturgeon creek The raft ran under a tree and all the men jumped except Creech who was crushed to deathMayfieldNorth of town the water in in places four miles wide and in that area there are homes whose inmates have either been driven to the hills or to the lofts and roofs Scores of bridges are gone and in places public roads are ob literatedPnriaStonercreek and smaller streams are higher than in the memory of the oldest inhabitant Ruckerville a negro suburb of Paris was submerged 30 families being driven from their homes bIfarmers I LexingtonThe section of the cityII known as Chicago bottoms Davis bot Ii toms Brucetown and other quarter occupied c by the poorer residents are completely I submerged There was much distress and considerable loss of houseII bold goods In the flooded districts Trains coming into Lexington on all roads were rataOwensboroThousands of acres of land in Daviess and Owen counties are under water and all of the small streams In the Green river section continue to rise at an alarming rate Scores of fam flies have been forced from their In the lowlands and live stock is homllIjj rushed to the hills Railroad suspendedOwingsvilleLicking river and Slate creek continue to rise and the people in the towns of Farmers Bait Lick and Wyoming are belieyed to be in great danger Some are leaving in boats while others are taking to upper stories of their homes Coleman Besora house at Salt ff- Lick was destroyed l y fire The family escaped in boatstt Mt Sterling Heavy rain caused heavy damage in Montgomery county Slate creek is higher than over known the water running up to the bridge putting the pumping station of the water company out of business Hinkston creek overflowed anda number of residents had to move out A party of men looking at Umber in Powell county were cut ofiTaad adto swim the Begl dyer time tinea J r O t f- L 3 t I i Suffering Ladiesfare urged to follow the example of thousands of JlI t their sisters and take Cardui Cardui is a non mineral nonintoxicating medicine for women It fefor sick weak ladies with sick female organs TAKE I It Will Help You It is a genuine curative medicine that builds up the female system and relieves female pain writesBeforewell I had myleftand now Cardui has about cured my female trouble AT ALL DRUG STORES HAZELGREEN ACADEMY Winter Term Opens Dec 29 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review al4the Common Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations 1bestprepare CERTIFICATEor the STATE DIPLOMA i The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH i MORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers Carefulattention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 600 is charged for the term J Board with Heat and Light 200 per week J Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M0a CARTER Principal 4n n CIosiqgOuICOST i 1 ALL OF OUR I Winter Goods I MISSES MAPEL TROY have just received a pretty line of Christmas Good something that Is useful as is well as ornamental Do not fail to call and buy something that will gladden tho andhatWe have everything appropriate to dress a beautiful CHRISTMAS TREEin decorations etc etc Be sure to tnnA presentsOUR1 I line for tho we itorange lemons rbananas apples cranberries etc etc Any young man can be suited in our Christmas line if he wishes to buy some thing for his best girl Call aud see MAPEL TROY st LOOK WANTED I WE WANT J 2000 full feathered GEESE will pay 40c for t same delivered here in the next 10 days s We will also pay the highest prices in cash for all kinds of poultry eggs beef hides furs old rubber brass copper feathers ginseng and yellow root THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house now Remember we pay CASH for everything wo buy Come and see us or drop us a postal I HEINRICH TOOHEY Post Office = NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA u I iioi L I