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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j r IHE HAZEL GREENN HERALDl y 0 tefltabllaaod March 41886 Made famous Inihe Story of Jonathan and His Oontlnantby Max ORell 0 aP 0 nlTppOEP1ElUrThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advance = d === = 1= n tJ TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 11 1909 NUMBER ill1 1Lelingtonand Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND STATIONS DsllyezIDsllyandI Sunday No6 VMLve 8undaIonly Jackson 6 ID am I fttr J uuct 8 16 pun I 2 25 pm 705 am Beattyve Jc 7 07 am 8 20 pm 754 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 816 am Nat Bridge 7 45 aID 3 60 pm 8Wam- Cllmllton u 7 48 aID a 67 pOI 828 am Stanton I 8 15 am 4 26 pm 864 am Clay City 8 25 am 4 36 pm 902 am LEJuncn 9 00 am 6 07 Jim 1003 am I I 5 20 1012 amWinchester Ii 12 am pm LexWn ur 9 fIG am O06 pm 102i am EAST BOUND No2 g II at No4 STATIONS n Daily andDUlly ex I Sunday n Sunday PM LyeAMLye2 26 pm 0 Lexington 7 3b am 2 3M pm Winchester II 13 am 2 48 pm IiO LBJ unction 140 I 8 2B pm a 50 pill 40 Clay City II 02 am- a 58 pm H 8tanton 44 9 lU am 4 ao iim iCaropton Juntn I 9 38 pm 4 35 pm 67 Nat Bridge 571 9 43 am 4 47 pm U2 Torrent 9 Itfi am 6 lU phi 7u lleattveJo 70 1017amt- 3 OS pm UO OKJuncn 90 1116 am 810 pm 94 Juckson 94 I12U am CONNECTIONS L E JUMTION Trains Nos 1 and will wake connection with the C A ORy Sterlingr Train Nos 1 I 2 r 3 nudl 4 connect with the Mouiitiiln Central- Ity for Iine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVLLK JUSCTION Trains No2 will make connection at Ueatty ville Juno with the IL and A Hallway for passengers to and from Beattyvil- leOKJuNCTtoNTralne A Nos 3 and 4 y connect with the O K Hallway for local WilYIManager y CilAH SCOTT UeuPati Agent j Ohio RBfltllO1I i11w8ti Time Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND No 33 K SI No 21 Dally ex = STATIONS = Dilly ex J Snnaym f Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB J 6 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 J 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 e 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 t 3 52 22 Wllhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 i No22 Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex- w hSUnI14Y r Sunoay AM LVE PMLv 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 y 114yJt 8 24 13Ramptou13 144 c 8 37 10 Wllhurst 20 161 9 25 1 OiK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 connectiontr points on time Lexington aud Eastern Rail i way M L CONLEY 1 Superintendent mountain GOntlaI nailIoad8 8 No1 No 2 DEPART ARB1V1 000 a moo Campton 11 80 a m 200 p Dloo Campton 000pm No2 Nol I ARRIVE DEPAR- i 7 80 amCompn June 10 05 am 8 80 pmCampu Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas sengor trains B F BOLIt1- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY 1NFORMS the citizens of Wolfo and the adjoining counties that be carries n Jiuo of Oofllrifl Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style ir BQrSpecinl caskets supplied on 24 orderednTeams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones Ac SJEWELL 0 NOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY Often his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county jnd solicits the patronage of nil wino waY LAYS legal paper to execute Office at buiieltldcuce on BtUlirater 1 iJtif N i dJj 7 J i r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends STILLWATER SPARKLES O Jamos Risner visited Wm OHair on Rod river Sunday Mrs S 0 Rose has been on the sick list for sometime 0 S Cecil Monday night March 1 lost a good draft mule Born to the wife of Robert L Rose tho 4th insta girl baby Hon Joseph P Rose of near Ha zel Greun Visited with R J Rose Sunday Granville Moore moved Thurs day to the Willie Rose farm on Stillwater The writer did not receive the last weeks issn r of THE HERALD Cause not known R J Rose whoso illness was mentioned in these columns is some hat better at this writing OS Cecil recently bought a JasOombsrbutAttorney St M Nickel of Good wins Chapel and George W Sally of Stillwater went to Campton MondayS Elkins of Campton exas sistant cashier of Farmers and Traders Bank was on Stillwater SaturdayThe at Stillwater is soon to become a money order of conveniIEnceSarah and Maggie Combs were visiting at Jeff M Roses Sunday IS H Garriaon and wife of Camp ton visited at the same place J D Edwards and his partner and chum James Risner havn been hauling fodder from Jones Sallys on the tipper Stillwater sectionLast Monday Jane Buchanan and John Tolson were tiled before G T Center fcr violating the local option law and a fine of 60 each was imposed on them- Superintendent W H Chum bers had Brack Maloney take a load of Irish potatoes to Campton Monday Mr Chambers received 750 per bushel for same Monroe Rose better known as Shorty has been doing some ex tensive paling and fencing tar the past two weeks Roe knows what theEopposite sex- HonSGSamplopaseod through here Friday en route to Campton The same day Senator Ben Sewell and Dr John L Cox of Campton passed through en route to Hazel Green and vicinity- J P Rose of Laoy creek informed THE HERALD correspondent Sunday that he is soon going to have Judge Wheeler survey and run out his land which lies on the waters of Gillmore for the purpose of dividing it among his children who are married and making them deed to same March 8 DOMINGO OJSk IB TORZA BoughtTtllgaatara Y of LEE CITY LOCALS 0Born to the wife B F Wells a girl Friday verylowRev Mr Bickuell of Hazel Green preached here Sunday Dennis Elam attended court at Jackson the greater part of last week Bennie Holfrooks of Magoffin county passed through here en route to Frankfort Alfred Miller will leave soon for Perry county where he will take charge of a mill Mrs Pros Patrick who has been very low with consumption for sometime died 1last wteek She leaves a husband anda host of friends to mourn her loss Marchs S D r Y r- d rrIf TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your items early so they will reach our office morningMondayIfnot be published unless of unusual im penance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only Stomach Distress Eyery family here ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house as any one of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble at any time day or night This harmless preparation will digest any thing you eat and over come a sour stomach five minutes after taking If your meals dont tempt you or what little you do eat seems to fill you or lays like a lump of lead in your stomach or it you have heartburn that is a sign of IndigestionAsk Pharmacist for a 50 cent cneeof Popes Diapepain and take one tnangule after supper tonight There will be no sour ricingSj no belching of undigested food mixed with acid np stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or Intestinal griping This will nil go and besides there will be no sonr food loft over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin is a certain cure for all stomach misery be cause it will take hold of your food and digest it just the same as if your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief for all yonr stomach misery is at your Pharmacist waiting for you Those large 50 cent cases contain more than sufficient to cure a case of Dyspepsia or Indigestion BONNY BLUNDERS 0 Bert Toliver was calling on our merchants Friday Miss Pliua Henry has been vis iting at Flatwoodt Bill Wells passed through hero Saturday buying country produce Asa the little son of P W Hen ry and wife is very low with fever Andrew Couch and family spent Tuesday night with T C Lovelace and wife Mrs Henry Vest who has been confined to her room with lagrippe is no bettor- The meeting closed at Long branch with good sucoess About 12 accessions Mrs Myrtle Blaukonship and little son Stanley were visiting J L Henry and family Thursday Clifford Nickell Rollie Cecil and Asa and Ada Henry enjoyed Thursday night with Lillie and Harvey Cecil at Grassy creek March 8 SYBIL Good Home Recipe Get trom any proscription phar followingFluid one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces Shako well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful dose after each meal and at bedtime The above is considered as the most certain prescription ever written to relieve Backache Kid ney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of Uninary difficulties This mixture acts promptly on the eliminative tissues of the Kidneys enabling them to filter and strain tho uric acid and other Waste mat ter from the blood which causes RheumatismSome who suffer with the afflictions may not feel inclin ed to place much confidence in this impI6mixture yet those who have tried it say the results sre sim ply surpising the relief being effected without the slightest to the stomach or other injuryI Mix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highly recommended It is the prescription of an eminent authority whose entire reputation it is said was estab lished by it A druggist here at home when asked stated that be could either supply the ingredients or mix the proscription for our readers also fommenda it harmless s 1j DATSBORO DOINGS 0 SeveralI Iof the young folks at tended meeting at Consolation Inst SundayHerbert Niokoll and family spent Saturday night with J E Old fields and family Harry Gardner the colored preacher of this place preached at Consolation Sunday James Taulbee and family were guests of Millard Brewer and fam ily Saturday and Sunday Benton Little who had been serving in the U S army for about six years and had boon af flicted with stomach trouble for some time died last Friday He lleaves a host of friends to mourn his loss March 8 SWINOECAT Near Death in Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For years a severe lung troublo gave me intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Thon Dr Kings Now Discovery brought quick reliefand a cure so perma nent that I have not beet troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa It works wonders lunghemorrhages croupwho npiug cough audall bronchial affections GOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by al= dealers MIZE MITES o Ezra Barnett left recently for Bushton III Uncle Sam Wilson was in this neck of the woods chewing biscuits at Marion Phillips homo Klis Oldfield returned from an extended trip to Oklahoma and seems delighted with the sights Holly Wilson had the misfortune of losing 8 or 10 sheep Two dogs got into the fold and killed them Marion Phillips sold a span of mules to Bud Little also sold a 8 year old filly to Fiuloy Wardof Pekin Private prices Mrs Jane Potter of Lawrence county and her son Matnoy of Pike county visited her daughter Mrs Nancy Bishop of this place Miles Bishop left recently for Frankfort to see about getting his sou Noise released from the pen and returned very much satisfied with the trio Miss Fannie Adams who was staying at the home of Marion Phillips left Friday to be at the funeral of her sister who was re cently burned to death and was buried at Ezel March 8 POET It Saved His Len HAll thought Id lose my leg writes T A Swenson Watertown Wis Ton years of eczema that l15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured it sound and well Infallible for skin eruptions eczema salt rheum boils fever sores burns scalds cuts and piles 25c at all dealers- SANDFIELD SIFTINGS 0Willie and Kelly Catron spent Saturday night with HS Stamper W T McNabb of your town vis ited homo folks at this place Sun dayMaud McNnbb and Nancy Cat ron visited friends on Buck creek Sunday Will Hollon and family visited friends on Greasy from Friday un til Sunday Willie Clark and family were welcome visitors at the home of 0 W McNabb Sunday Mr ami Mrs John Childers of Valerie were guests of Mr and Mrs Edd McNabb Saturday and SundayRoy McNabb Rollie and Dorsie Stamper James Adams and Lewis Center were guests of Willie Cat ron Sunday The writer received a card from Byrd McNabb a few days since and he says he likes Muskogee fine He says he enjoys reading news from home especially TIrE HAZEL GREEN HERAJD March 8 SUNSHINE Lji A r t LANDSAW LACONICS 0 Funny Banks has routed of Bud Swaugo and has moved there John Taulbee and Sam Burch field dined with Curt Halsey Sun day Joe Landrum has reuted the Dulcina Hurst farm for another year Hiram abuuchmarket Vm Shackelford of Paxton was at Landsaw Saturday and SundayRollin Combs went to Campton one day recently to have a tooth extractedOtis has returned from the H G A bud will work in his fathers store So much rain in this section that farmers are getting behind with their work Jerry Childors of Campton was daughter Courtney Smith and wife of Rogers have been visiting the for mers father George Smith Harrison Tackett and Levi Dick inson went to Hazel Green Satur day to attend Masonic lodge James Tester and John Brewer of H G A visited home folks from Saturday until Monday- D B Tyra passed through here Sunday en route to see his mother on Holly who is still very sick Dr D H and Wm L Kash of Campton were visiting their sis ter Mrs Laura McGuire recently Taylor Swango and Bill Combs are contemplating going to Illinois to work through the farming season Mrs Laura McGuire attended Suudayitthat place The little child of Jack Hollon dnypbutMarion Center it seems to bo some hatter E T Jr the little son of E T Kash while playing fell into the fire the other day and burned his verybadsoon after the burn saysheis so much rain that he cant get to sow his grass seed He says he thirtydaysCourtney Combs and Boyd Hat ton the boss hunters of Wolfe county came in the other morn ing with five opossum and three skunk pelts which brought them 550 Just a few days before they bringingthemMarch 8 ANON Kills WonldBe Slayer appendicitis Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stim ulate stomach liver anti bowels preventing that clogging that in vites appendicitis curing constipa tion biliousness chills malaria headache and indigestion 25c at all dealers MAYTOWN MELANGE o Miss Ela Little is visiting home folks at Hickory grove Jeff Oakley of Pomeroyton was here on business Friday Rev John Wilson preached here Sunday morning and night Caleb Adams was a guest of his brother Isaac a few days recent ly James Wilson and family wore guests of C P Dennis Bud wife SundayMisses Carrie JiklT null Maud MaryPhippsMisses Ruth Wills Addie Neff and Nannie Little were guests of Grace Childers Sunday Bert Toliver Clarence Maxey and an old tobacco man named Shoepog were calling on our merchants recently The following were guests of Mr and Mrs J M Richie Sunday Mr and Mrs James Ingram Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire and Mrs John Neil and daughter Ethel March 8 ROSE t i I CANNEL CITY CHATF 1 0 Dr Lock art came over to pull tooth IArthur Kash of Landsaw was f 3DrJ1turnedIMisses Frances Lykins and Lou t 4 Jonloy wont to Caney Sunday fl rterr Miss Clara Dasbey of Ashland is a guest of Miss Carrie Vaughn Mrs 11 L Conley who was been visiting relatives atdnoinnati has returned home Mrs Fred Day of Hazel Green was a guest of her daughter Mrs W E Bach recently 4 Prof Lenix Swaugo a teacher at H G A was a guest of E C a Clark Sunday and Monday Mrs Lucy Davis has been caller to the bedsido of her sister Mrs F N Elam who is very ill at West LibertyThe Sunday school has elected officers for the coming year No changes were made in teachorsex cept two new teachers were added Mrs Susan Lykins health has not improved any since she return ed from Christs Hospital at Gin cinnati She left Wednesday for Lexington where she will remain for treatment at the Good Samar itan Hospital A quiet but beautiful wedding occurred Friday evening at the q home of Mr and Mrs Davis when their daughter Miss Maud aged iijmatrimonyton aged 25 Their many friends wish them a prosperous voyage 1 March 8 ETHEr The Lurid Glow of Gloom towasto dtbaffled the best doctors who 4 the poisoned blood had effected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his motherrseven bottles of Electric Bitters t completely cured him For erup tions eczema salt rheum sores and all blood disorders and rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 150c Guaranteed by all dealers INSKO INSPIRATIONS 0Several have been taking in the meeting at Belknap 4ffW H Prater of Bloomington was here on business Saturday F P Bailey mado a business 1trip to Belknap n few days since 1t a Ratliffo and Shelby Risner cattltjJtrip to Johnson county a few days oi ago j Preston Crase and wito were visiting friends at Dale a few days agoW H Elam and wife have been visiting friends on Canoy for a r few days Russ Oliver passed through hereff en route to Perry county a few days ago James H Armstrong sold Allen Salyers a milch cow for a consideration of 80 John King and George Perkins wore ou the Spinnel fork a few days ago taking photographs Fleet Stri land and Miss Cora Williams were married Wednesday at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Wm Williams March 8 NAT Deafness Cannot be CuredYby local application as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There in only one way to cure dealness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian tube When this tube IIn inflamed you have H rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when It is entirely oJ closed deafness is the result and unless thefinflammation can be tnkeu out and this tubey f restored to its normal condition hearings f will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is noth ing but an inflamed condition ofthe mucous surface v We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh + that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh iCure Send for circular free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O a Sold by Druggists 76c 4 Take lIllis Family Pills for ronitlpMIon st i- e j W r r rJ lc J tti t I tl C f ikY CL J d Jfii DIAL f POltf SPEKOER COOPER t Editor I I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY March 11 190 I IWLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTOR 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASU Commonwealths Attorney k I R HOLLON Clerk Meets third Monda in January first Monday iu May third Monday In Septei ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT 0 T CENTER Judge 0 B STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues- dayt in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No 1C M Fallen third Friday in March June Kepleuioer and Dece ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February May August and No vember District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and Novembei District No JP R Leg first Friday IIn March May August and November District No tT C llollnn second Fr dain March June September and December District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday IIn February May November District No iji TgHelton fourth Fr day in March June September and December District No SJ M Lovelace first Friday in February May August and N vember DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY ay For County JudeW B DUn For County Court Clerk h L CARROLL s For Circuit Court ClerkJ C LINDON For Sheriff OEOKOE tVSALLLV For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AIseBsorJ T CENTER For Jailer J C L LITTLE For Co fiuperliitem eDtJ W TAULBEI For Surveyor E J CKEECII For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE- d MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J BHANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32- ndDistrictJOIIN At WAUGI For County Jndgel C 1EKGUSOJ For County AttorneyJ1 HANE For County Clerk JH 8EBAS1IA1 For Superintendent T N BARKE For Circuit Clerklt M OAKLET For SberllTH B BROW1 For Jailer HC COMBS For Assessor WHIT KEMPLI1 For CoronerZACIl HANE For SurvevorI P TUBNE1 The New Cabinet The following nominations were made by President Tan and were confirmed by the Senate withou oppositionPhilander C Knox of Pennsyl vania to be Secretary of State Franklin McVeagh of Illinois to be Secretary of the Treasury Jacob M Dickinson of Ten- nesseeF- Y to be Secretary of War George W Wickersham of NOT York to be Attorney General Frank H Hitchcock of Massachusetts to be Postmaster General V L Meyer of Massa to be Secretary of the A Ballinger of Wash to be Secretary of the In FNavyF Nagel of Missouri to be of Commerce and Labor Wilson of Agriculture of Iowa to bt f Tafts First Words I should be untrue to my prom I iaos and my party platform if I- l failed to enforce those reforms my predecessor has originated Ti I a render these reforms lasting fur ther legislation and executive action are needed Relief of the railroads from cer tarn restrictions of the antitrust law will be urged by me I hope to submit to Congress next December definite suggestions of needed amendments to the anti trust andinterstate commerce laws To secure speed in revising the tariff no other legislation should be attempted at the special ses sion I recommend a graduated in heritance tax should the import duties fail to provide sufficient in come t In the Department of Agricul tnre scientific experiment must go on as must the work of conserving our natural resources The opening and widening of the Ohio and the Mississippi rivers are commended to the careful consideration of Congress The army and navy should be kept in a state of preparedness as a means against war but a large standing army is obviated by our natural location Our international policy met remain to promote peace Legislation should beeoacted at race giving the Federal 0pircrp i I P tt H ment such power in states nnd I cities as to guarantee tho rights our treaties give to other nations The incoming Administration iis charged to reform our baukin laws and tho incoming Cqngros should promptly fulfill the promise of the Republican platform nnd potts a postal savings bunkI bill Congress fixed the type of Panama Canal There has thoII no change iu conditions would indicate that the look typoIi is not the correct one I hope to increase tho nlrond good feulingbetweentheSnrthan South A change in its Klcctorn vote is a secondary considerntioi Danger of control by an ignornn electorate is passed Any recognition of distinguished mec of the negro race by appoint ment to office is taken as an up preciation of the progress of the race but appointment to office ii- a in community in which there is a race prejudice may do more harm than good and I question the wisdom i of a policy that might increase race feeling- The Government shoud bo reo sponslble to injured employes My conviction as to the power of tho Federal Courts to issue injunctions in industrial disputes iiis fixed If that could be taken awn a privileged class among the labor ers would be created The secondary boycott is an iu strument of tyranny The American people insist thn the authority of the Courts hRlI be sustained and opposed to inter ference with the administration of justice GILLMORE GLEANINGS o Farming seems to be HIP orde of the day in this vicinity J C Lindon has had quite a lot of fencing done on his farm recent ly which improve it greatly Miss Emma Turner of Simpson has been visiting her cousin Mie Martha Ely for the past week Malachai Spencer who was WRY laid and shot some time ago iis thought to be improving nicely at this writing Quite a large crowd attended church here Sunday There iis preaching here every first nm fourth Sunday Among those that took dinner with J M Ely Sunday were Nancy Cora Joan and Jeff M Rose of La cy creek and Mort Lawson of Stillwater March S F C E TRENT TOPICS 0 J D Edwards is doing some nice fencing this spring Drew Stamper is very low with fever at this writing David Coldiron recently had the misfortune of severely cutting his footCharlie Maloney and Johnnie Sheers of Lacy creek took dinner with Breck Maloney and family Sunday J H Barker Emard and Charlie Trent and Mrs Dennis Hollon tool dinnerwithJDEdwardsaudfamI ily Sunday Misses Ethel and Ella Edward and Ida Eeasley were guests of Dorcas and Nannie Barker Suture day night and Sunday Curtis Byrd and wife accompa nied by his sister Mullie paesei through here en route to the home Jimmie Cox last Saturday Misses Nancy and Dorcas Barker Ethel and Ella Edwards and Ids Beasley spent Saturday evening with Mrs Walter Maloney Misses Dorcas and Nancy Barker Ida Beasley James BrownJo Beasley and Willie Handy spent Sunday afternoon with Edgar and Stella Edwards March 8 MOONSHINE Robert H Hopkins Robt M Hopkins tho great Sun lay school and childrens man of entucky will be in Hazel Green Monday evening March 15 Bro Hopkins will conduct service It the Christian church Monday night md at the chapel room in the ohool building on Tuesday and at tho Methodist church Tuesday tight It id worth while for everj me in town to plan to bo out Pell everybody you see that Bro Hopkins will be with us on Mol lay evening TakCards of Through THE HERALD I wish to hank all the kind friends who ared for my sistor Mrs Ellen Drake of Campton during her illness preceding death and assure hem that I shall over holdeach of them in grateful remembrance And if in my power I hope to do In much for them ROSA BELLE HOLLON Jim Couch on Monday sold to Walter Maloney a muley milk cow r26 1 o r + I Powor of the Press I Newspapers have made president sUicide1tIbolstered empires rag carpets Tliuy have fed curiosity and goats They have wrapped the good and the bad the workmans lunch and the drunkards hour Thoy have used men for footballs and by mon have boon used for the same purpose They huvo polished readers and windows Thoy have cleaner I chimneys started fires and stuffed unfa pillows They have cut ico and Illoil cm into pnntry slioli movers Thoy have uauaed pain and calked panes Thoy himI 1iiitt umpires and Hid aimed umpires They have made friends and ridiculed enemies Thoy have sunk fortunes and made men famous married widows and curtained windows They have been born of a shirttail full of type and a hay press lived and flourished on hot nir and thankyous Sometimes 1 wonder at their constitution TliHy hnvo starved and thrived fasted and smiled parched and bloomed dried up and borne fruit hut this paper hasnt the recipe nnd if some of the back subscribers iont pay pretty soon the editor is ring to rise up on his hind legs md roar 1 We need kind words and money n pair of overalls and anew typewriter ribbon If you are out of kind words typewriter ribbons and overalls come on with tho money II It will be a shock hilt we are going to stand it if we nit n tug I IUncle By College Students Celebrate Washingtons Birthday was cel brated yesterday afternoon at 9 oclock by Smiths Business Col ago in the main hall on Main treet About BOO patrons and riends of the school were present The hall was tastefully decorated with thA national colors A fac simile of the Declaration of Inde londenco was conspicuous among the decorations as was a portrait of George Washington The program consisted of a num tar of speeches from the students mil musicol selections Those who took part were E C Kash troths r of Commonwealths Attoi toy Kelly Kash of Breathittcouu ty i Miss Leo Tult and W D Per ry All ot the addresses upon mtrio ic subjects were highly in cresting Lexington Herald Sam Knsh has bought the Cord roperty on State street Besides ho house yard old garden he gets wo lots including a commodious ham for the sum of 500 He will amove to the house in the near uturo Charley Rose bought of James Wilson of Daysboro a mare mule tightyetirs old and of Logan Little of Gillmore a mare mule six ears old They are well matched and cost him 250 I garo DDDOItunitg0 e I II offer for sale my residence consist I of sevenroom cottage good lot and arden and outbuildigs One of the I mist desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and generalre pair shop which is superior to anything IIf the kind in the country being furnished with a complete outfit of tools and stuck of materials and supplies also quipped with power and machinery Will sell nil together or separately For further particulars call on or ad Ires JOHN H ROSE March 11hazel Green Ky V JrIThlrfIt1InItHnI I t1llh1a dlnhVnltdon nf F hln hal I + Ji tins On1 yearii mtts i 17 n int rbttrrneslustnumbs cciil I e r wcnberjetsaMcCll1at tern lire Sj cri t u la- rLndyaarntnwnntnd llandome premium o- rtberlcnlI I s in Ililern C Jnnetlbod- thn i 1 d trr I rtot phouq 4uo rumlout lgrn AodetT111tMrCAItCoIN- wValaSWEET CLOVER The best fertilizing hay and razingl plant known NO FAKE For seed or descriptive circular address J T MARDIS FALMOXJTH KY Reference Pendleton Bank Falmouth DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Un LOU DAY Proprietor But table fare in Eastern Kentucky A largo sample room connected Heated sad lighted by ta throughout and special ic jioniniodatlons to traveling mea It 2t2 vY1 flAPflW- 11EAYE Se1RiE WilTiMPRICES i SINGLE i FENCE Ca- DC KALBILC KANSAS CRY MO Union Lock Poultry Ponceemn rim tneth Tli mnt rrvlctbl ttnco en Ib ntrkvi for 1 HiJlrr yurdi orrb rd andrdeu4 sod a uo cr ftter CM hau BtUibf MTrll or ctkivr of foao toe Err ml iMtn o MO IOM ITKCI co DeXtfi m Kuuu CIty Ma We Buy FURSHides Weol Fcathan Tallow DMIWU Glnticf Golden SuUYcDow Rood MayAppU Wild Clntw etc WI art dalr ttublulied Ila IB56Onr NIl icntnrla Louinilla ud can do It011thw steep ct coDoUoQ taerchintt Rakrcae ur Bask IIn LodrriB write for watUy price Hit sad ihJprXof Up M label A Sons 5291 Nsrkst It LOUISVIUI KY KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR 1fooOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES QUAEANTEEDSATI8FAOTOa O B HONEY BJEPUNDED THINKING OF MOVING WEST IIf not then make up yonr mind and write me for descriptive list nf farms in Missou Kansas and Oklahoma All fine level lIra ductlve land that will grow anything under- the inn at prices ranging fiom 1C to S40 on acre and come where lice Is madlPtoler able by easy paofitrble farming Why swellt and fret life away in the vain effort to eke out a mere miserable sustenance from the rockrlhbed root laced hillsides u your father and fathers father did when thereto II much good land to be had yet awhile fo n mere song Get out of the rutsbrelsway from the timeworn habit that keep takI5and let me help you to a better condition I NPHIPPS 1 Ctaiile Kansas v Te Wester Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WrrnEnsPOON President Paid Up Capital t 810000000 Undivided Irotlti i 11000000 nnndaome Deposit o- fmover i t i 800000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus iness men generallythrougbout East em Kentucky and offers Its custom i ers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2lr FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY- 9tWrite for Free Catalog r WJi S HENRYftI Headquarters on KY BEFBE8ENTINO THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO oliclts the trade of the merchants of Eastern Kentucky and guarantees prices and uality ot goods Hold orders for him- DR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Hers his professional services to the cit Las of Hazel Green and surrounding coon trr sad will answer all callsl of affliction Offlca at his residence 8dolnlngl Hau- lieen hank It + S 1 t 2 Q fB2= = U =v= 11MORGAN COUNTY4t i II NATIONAL BANKS OF CANNEL CITY KY I 1 CAPITAL S20OOOOO g II SURPLUS 500000 K- 2O655II UNDIVIDEDI PROFITS = Ih DEPOSITORYIAAUTHORIZED IIIS t c YOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLYI SOLICITED f1ME L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice Free OUSTER JONES Cashier b V V v 1 p Kash Johnson KashII r DEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite tho attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the now stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fjruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their r HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all tho varied styles and quality for j WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of profit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes- of our former immense stock including in 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 OP HAZEL GREEN a and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call andexamine our new stock of fall and winter goods which for cash will be sold lower than j ever before PRINTS OF ALL KINDS B cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yard Our Shoes are the best to be had Sotbring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROS The New Websters Dictionary W inefti ejeciil attention ta the feet fiat tho1 lat freriou eon 1 hilt o5quitoutofdt1falpgeinthis not Itund is Vbelcr International Dictionary another oaf 1177 ddineo23uel- word t RADIUM thriu RAYS TRUST BANZAI CAR AGE SHIMOSE etc end aU other modem word tlw oU word with modern mcaninge ouch re CRAFT are properly defined TIIiof element i a WEBSTERS UNIVERSAL 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sottatyhmops colortd ltd tint only Address THE SAALFIELD PUBLISHING CO Akron 00 + THE BLUE GRASS FARMER EDITION OF TIIE LEXINGTON HERALDrFOR 75 CENTS For the next three months we offer this excellent news and agri- culturali paper at a cut rate the regular price being 1 per year Fill out attached coupon THE HERALD Inn Lexington Ky ot Find enclosed 75k for which send me TilE BLUE GRASS FARMER edition of THE LEXINGTON HERALD for one year Signed i- Postoffice 5 IIit- I State J l I ter JIjrpr iV tItI tT h 1t H t W t f lr a If i FamilyPhysician The best medicinesI I In the world cannot take the place of the family physician Consult him early when taken ill If yourJ1 I lungs ask him about tiklMft Ayers Cherry Pectoral the tike it or not as he says Wo publllh oar fttmalM hala 1tlot A hem one mtOakee ltoCldOOM Bilious attacks sickhetdiches Indliei lion constipation dizzy spellsthese are some of the results of an inactive i liver Ask your doctor if he endorses Ayers Pills in these cases The dose is small one pill at bedtime =r dajtaJaA7erCLot11rtWE Shelby James last week killed a copperhead snako that measured three and a half feet Some men never experiment suf ficiently with the truth to find out whether it pays or not W 0 Mize attended Tafts in auguration at Washington last weekalthough he was in the city on private business Jim Combs sold to Sam Cecil of Stillwater Bridge a brown wagon horse 12 years old for 80 cash in band Thursday last James 0 Perkins left Monday tu take possession of a small farm hehas rented rear Mt Sterling and his wife left Wednesday Hon W 0 Mere who has been at Washington City on private business for the past ten days returned home Monday afternoon If you have any saddles or har ness that need repairing take them to S F Reynolds and see how neatly and cheaply ho can do the job J B D Rose was appointed police judge of Campton by ActingGov ernor Cox to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of J P Brissy ONIONS WANTEDAny farmer having a bushel or two of good sound onions to dispose of can find a ready buyer by calling at THE HERALD office President Taft has called a special session of Congress to meet March 15 to revise the tariff and as it will sit about two months it is thought other legislation will be acted an- Robt Cecil and wife left Sunday for Cincinnati where he will buy his spring and summer stock of dry goods notions domestics cal icos etc due notice of which will appear in this paper 4 Curt Rose and wife of Gillmore were in town shopping Monday notwithstanding the inclement weather Curt Bays ho can only spare time to shop when the weather is so he cant work Henry and Forest Cecil have the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a mess of Rutabaga turnips and we find c them a fairly good substitute for the purple top turnips Drue Stamper of S tam per branch is down with pneumonia r and on Monday was reported as quite sick Dr A C Nickell is attending him and thinks be can pull him through all right Ifyou want a fine razoras good as you can buy for 2oall this at office and got one for 1 We also have a few watches good time keepers that can be had for 1- feaoh Dont wait nntU supply is gone 4 Miss Falay Long the milliner yJleftMonday for Cincinnati where I she will lay in her spring and sum timerstock of uptodate millinery dress skirts trimmings etc and in i duo time her announcement of the pining will appear in thou calJ h Fn r J rI 1 1 a n Htlaif Beit Little Bent Little an exUnited Stator soldier died at the residence of Rev Ira Wells near Daysboro last Thursday morning at 10 oclock Ho had been suffering frogs stomach troublo and indigestion for several years past In deed ever since he was discharged from the array where he served oven years being finally discharged for disability The day befpfrhft died Dr C H Williams I was called to see him and found him cramping His arms and legs in fait were drawn from muscle contraction so that it was impossi ble to straighten them He gave him something to ease the pain but told his friends there was no hope for him He had been keep ing bachelors hall doing his own cpking and the food he was able to provide for himself like fried mea and other greasy victuals only aggravated his trouble Bent Lit tle was a young man who was umvqrsallv liked by all who know him and let us hope that whatev efffaultsl he had were store than balanced by the good deeds a mans heart had prompted him to do Attempted Robbery Every once in a while some one reports an attempted raid on his smokehouse or poultry The last attempt brought to our attention was an attempt to enter the cellar of Q C Daniel who keeps the dormitory It was Sunday night andjMr Daniel says the presence of some ladies left at home while the rest were at church was all that saved his larder He thinks there were two or three in the gang Other parties who have had sithIi attempts made are laying for the parties with well loaded guns and ft is only a matter of time until some of our local phy sician will be called upon to pick the shot from some ones anatomy Burned to Death A thirteenyearold girl daugh ter of John Adams of Ezelj caught fire and was burned to death Fri day last She was sitting in front of the fire Friday about 10 oclock pulling a tooth for one of her little sisters when her dress ignited but she had preseuce of mind to smoth er out tho fire as she thought and subsequently her dress was in a blaze She ran for water and there being none in the bucket she tried to drawsome from the well losing the bucket in the attempt By this time she was enveloped in flames and she burned to a crisp despite all attempt to save her She died at 10 oclock Saturday morning just 24 hours after she caught fire jja a New Corn Sheller J Taylor Day has just installed A brand new power corn sheller to his already thoroughly equipped milt npd will shell corn for his many customers He will also continue to give the usual premi ums of soda glassware etc and grind at the usual water mill toll For SaleFarm of 100 acres 75 acres bottom land all timber necessary for farm use good 6 room dwelling and all out buildings born 1 60x82 Located on State road 8 miles N W of Hazel Green in a good neighborhood school church and store at the door Fencingi in good repair Terms ialf cash and balance on time to iraip purchaser 8500 will buy it P Address Spencer Cooper Hazel Green or F P Clark Toli very for further particulars Dr Fred C Bakes who it will be remembered was a practicing physician here a few years ago Is Tow practicing at Albuquerque N M But instead of general practice as here ho now confines his practice to the eye in which ho is associated with a Dr Tutt the firm name being Tutt Bakes The many friends of Mrs Bakes will rejoice to learn that she en joys the best of health that climate suiting her well Emma and Winifred Sample Kate Swango Audra Kaib with Micai Nancy Simple paid THE HEB tin ofliacya platwnt yiiit undII Jo n 1 Breillat Clrotlt Court According to report from Jock son criminals and violators of the law are getting their dues in thei Breatbitt Circuit court now in ses sion Court mot on the 15th day of Fobruary and has boon in con tiuujus session unco and it has probably beep the most successful term ever hold in the county The grand jury returned 422 indictments most of them being against I whisky men As a result some of the bootleggers and blind tiger men have come in and thrown up their hands and asked fob mercy while others have fled from the county Someof the lending distillers have expressed their intention to soon suspend operation and it is predicted by the goodj citizens of Breathitt county that the sale of whisky can be stoppedj within the next year Up to this time there haye been four convictions to the penitentiary i at this term Amelia Allen wasvontencbd to life imprisonment for the murder of Fannie Tutt W R Day to one year for obtaining money under false pretenses Je rDavis to life imprisonment fo the murder of Andrew Bush and Kenzio Arnett to one year for shooting and wounding Sherman Cope There are three or fou other murder cases to be tried at this term and the felony docket will be very much relieved WANTED GuccEss NAoAzisr requires the services ofn man in Wolfe county to look after expiring subscription and to secure pew business by menus o special methods unusually effective po sition permanent prefer one with expe rience but would consider any applicant with good natural rjiiallflcatlonc lalnry1 et60 per day with commission option Address with references R C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine Buildin New York Card of Thanks Spencer Cooper Editor HERALD Will you be so good as to give space in the columns of your pa per for this card of thanks to the good people of Hazel Green andI surrounding community on behalfr of myself and family far their no ble sympathetic expressions b way of substantial gifts in money and other things of an equivalent value Such expressions of good ness and geneiosity came as a great boon of consolation in the darkest t hour of our existence I must that it is out of my power to fin words to fully express our grati tude to the dear friends for their noble generosity Again thanking you on behalf of myself and family and humbly praying Almighty God that those noble gifts may be broad cast upon the waters to be gather ed in the future Ever holdingyou in grateful remembrance and pray ing the blessings of Almighty God upon you we are fraternally and sincerely yours JOHN WARD AND FAM- ILYCASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The KM YON Hays Always eiuhl Bears the JJ Signatnreof Will Begin to Serve Later After being in session two days United States District court ati Jackson adjourned TwentyoneI persona wore found guilty of vio lating the internal revenue lawsI and wore given sentences ranging 80 days to 6 months in Broathit- jail Judge Cochran was very lenient however and allowed theI convicted parties to give bond to serve their sentences next fall after harvest the jail being crowed now to its utmost capacity by prisoners serving sentences given by the re cent Breathitt Circuit court Jail er Little having 60 boarders at the present time DO YOU WANT TO 00 TO COLLEGE If BO we can help you We baye al ready put hundreds through college by means of our plan Write today for full information regarding our offer of a freei scholarship in any school or college Address Robert J Sherlock 2931 East 22d Street New York City Kash Johnson Knsh are now receiving a line of flue Knox Brand Clothing Drew Good etc to which itbajr invite attention 2JiJUJATS J r Day has bought t out Asa Rose of Lee City skid is stocking up the store with goods from his Hazel Green store beside what he burs in the city I Frank Pragroffe representing I the Union Metallic Cartridge Co I was in town Tuesday with Bill Per 1ry ot the Van Doren hardwale company Mrs of LexingtonII inlaw Miss Nannie Barker onliid atTut HERALD office Yoilnnpilnv afternoon to witness the intrica cies of printing a newsppper A Mr Green who makes his home at Lexington was hero Wed nesday soliciting orders from our local physicians for medicines from the Yates Chemical Drug Co of 3New York II A Rare Opportunity heads an advertisement in this paper and it is a rare opportunity for some man to buy an an uptodate block smithand repair shop for u fact Read it Camptonr master Sam Kash Friday night It was his first visit hero sino his sickness in tho hospital at Lexing rton and his friends were glad to Roe him Misses Mnpol Troy will leave Saturday for Cincinnati and Louis ville where they will spend a few days in the millinery emporiums of eech city to study the styles and flay in their spring and summer stock Mrs M 0 Carter vho has been in Lexington for a month past undergoing treatment for her eyes returned home Monday afternoon perceptiblegchange in her eyesight albeit it may develop later on Miss Nancy ample the accom modating and affable assistant postmaster has purchased tho half interest held by her father in the store of Kash it Sample Thus the individual members of the firm are reY mains the same Mrs Queeny Young wife of Frank Young of Jackson came I down Friday last to visit dear moth er and sisterinlaw and packed up putlI up son This she did Monday morn lug leaving on the hack at the 1 same time for her home Rev H J Derthick who has been canvassing the state of Tennessee with a view of establishing a mission school there under the auspices of the C W B M returned home Saturday but we have not heard as to his success in the matter Incideutly however we have heard that in the part of the state whets he was there was some opposition to the C W B M1 Prof H J Derthick left Tues day for Indianapolis where he will meet the National Board of the C W B 11 and report his progress in tho Tennessee field There is one thing to be said in favor of Mr Derthick and that Iis if any one can enthuse the pea pie in tho work of the C W B M he is the man In brief he is the right man in the right place IMalachni or Bill Spencer who twotweeks ago today and it was thought fatally wounded is now in a fair way to recovery The bullet which entered his back took a downward rouge and lodged in his right thigh and not in the abdomen as reported Brewer con fessed to the crime and is in tliH Campton jail pending result of his victims wound Roy Mr Bicbncll closed a meet ing at Neola Sunday night after a continuous service of sixteen days with nine additions to the church The week before he closed a meeting at the Amyx schoolhouse with 47 additions 33 by baptism the rest by reclamation Sunday school and weekly prayer meeting were established ateach place and work for the Matter is quite prom iling in each locality The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been In use for over 30 years has borne tho signature of s and has been made under his personal snparvislon since its Infancy I Allow no one to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and uJustnsgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is Q harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS JBears tho Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE eiNTAUH COMPANY TT MUHHAV TRCIT NCW VOKK CITY r KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hnzi1l Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of LADIES SHOE GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc Ie land that their general line embraces fineDress Goods Dry Good Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspection NOTICE THE TO PUBLIC For the next Thirty Days or until further notice for reasons best known to myself I will close out my entire Stockof General Merchandise at Cost and a great many articles far below The stodkmnounts to 7000 or 8000 consisting of Dry Goods Gents Clothing Boot Shoesf J Hats Caps Groceries Hardware Queens ware Tinware Drugs Paints Oils CountryStoreabove I will quote a few prices I 7 pounds of Arbuckles Ariosii Coffee for 100 uOOlbs Arbuckles Bulk Roasted Coffee per pnUllIl10c 8 barrels Extra C Sugar Xo 0 per 10IlnL503 cans 3lb Pie Peaches 26e 13 caps 3lb Pie Pears 2Bo 7jr 3 cans 3lb Apple Jelly 26o 3 barrels FireProof Coal Oil per gallon 16o 11 8 pounds Arm and Hammer Brand Soda for 20c 2 barrels Best Stick Candy 2 pounds for 16c A complete line of Fancy Dried Fruits Apples Peaches Apricots and till kinds of Fancy and Staple Groceries at cost Xot more than 100 worth of above to each customer 500 yards of American and Simpson Calkos41101 yard All Paints and Best Trades Calicos 5c 25 pieces Outing Cloth best grades at cost 100 Gents Fine Shirts at 30c each A full and complete line of Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods at cost 50 pairAHell Shoes Gents Fur Hats from G5c to 2 25 eachrRemember we carry a complete line of Hardware South Bend Hillside and Oliver Chilled Plows j also all parts lord repairs for these plows If you are s ek we have the Drugs to make you well Jf Come early and stay late and be sureto get a slice of l these rare bargains Ij SALE BEGINS MARCH 5 I9O9 4 Dont ask for Credit on these sales If goods are bookediregular prices will be charged b Y ltll tw Highest prices paid for Country Produce JOE C iT lYIIERGRASSY GREEK KY ioiot 3T Hfe ltf as fe IS GRPATEMEDY 19 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 Ulceratiou or Catarrh of I the Bladder orhe Teat That Tells DOT AN ALA Jan 21 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y GentlemenAbout one year ago two of my children suffered badly from weak kidneys and diabetes tbelr urine was very bad and they would have severe spells of dizziness and were all run down discouragedtried i itor but they did not seem to improve takingbwampRoot suits and I decided to get some for the children I noticed there was aomi Improvement after they had taken two large bottles and continued to give it to them until they had taken halt a dozen i bottles and were well on the road to re covery I think Swamp toot has done mote 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 LINSENUY City Clerk Dothan Ala A Georgia Woman SPARKS GA Jan 11 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y GentlemenSome time ago Iwas troubled with kidney trouble bad severe pains in back and hips Was treated by a physician but without any benefit 1 noticed some Swamp Root advertising and resolved to give it a trial After r 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 I NEW ROADS LA Jan 22 1908 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Y Dear SirsI write today to the public that your Swamp Root cured me of kid ney trouble I was almost past going bavins spasmodic spells with my kidneys that were breaking down my constitu tlon The best medical aid was employed aud they pronounced my trouble as al kali 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 Bingbampton N Y GentlemenSome time ago I was troubled with kidney trouble I thought for some time I was suffering with diabetes I had severe pains in my back aud 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 k After taking several bottles the pain was entirely none and I have not suffered the slightest since I cannot be too enthu astlo in my praise of this wonderful medicine and It gives me great pleasure to give testimonialjnBregaOto its merits Former Mayor and Member Legislature We have sold Mr Rountree Swamp Boot and have also sold it in a number of case for kidney trouble and always with perfect satisfactionJ HoN v RIC- EUNDERTAKER41u u HAZEL GREEN KY It r have several fine Coffins in my shop and am to make- anyi style to order and on most havo A and will attend all burials when so requested patronage is rospootfolly 254S GEO i n The Value of a Remedy IB Proyen by Its Cures ELKWOOD ALA Dec 14 1108 Dr Kilmer Co Blngbamptou N Y Dear SlraI have derived such great from the use of your remedy Swamp Root that I believe it to be must important for the public to know its worth For the past ten years I 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 pulled up generally Could not sleep mora than a couple ol hours ai a time was greatly distressed after eat ing a meal and was about worn out I had tried nearly everything I couldsee advertised and hear ol without helping me to any great extent until finally in October last at Bipan Win I purchased a one dollar bottle ot tiwunii Rot mid commenced taking it according lo dine tions and I that with another bottle and experienced such great relief and benefit from same that 1 purchased five dollars worth at Huntsille Ala and continued UN use and am now tak ing it but in smaller doses and twice a day Iin place of four time a day and be liven by the time present supply in used up I will be entirely well I am feeling better now than for ten years past Can eat and sleep first class in fact IanI feeling so good that I cannot resist tell ingyou about it You are at liberty to publibb this testimonial if you wish Very respectfully THOSSTALLAKU U S A Retired Box 7 n u No y Elkwood Ala A Mason JACKSON TENX According to my experience I do not consider there is anything to equal Swamp Root for kidney affection Twice it relieved me when 1 was com pletely helpless The last time I was traveling in Texas when kidneys affected and painlaccompanied alsimilaral ties I was completely restored and went on my way rejoicing and praising Swamp Hoot This was three years ago and I have had no indication of a return of the nllliction J C SMITH JR 83 Mason A iI DONAIDSONVILIK GA Jan 20 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Blnglmmpton Njj GentlemenAbout lour years suffered from kidney trouble aud rheu matism in my hips The pain across my back became so severe that I could hard ly straighten up and could not walk with out dragging my feet I would urinate frequently and would have to rise two or three times during the night causing me to suffer from loss of sleep And with the pain I was all run down and began to lose flesh I saw Swamp Root advertis ed and boughtone bottle to try it After taking it I fell better and could sleep all right at night I continued to take it until I had taken four large bottles I was entirely free frcm any pain in the back and began to gain in weight I always recommend Swamp Root to my friends as I think the cure in my case remarkable Yours very truly AI H HICKSON PonalsonvSII Ga Fully Satisfied WAYCROSS GA Jan 5 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Binghampton N Dear Sirs During last October 1 Yjj who pre scribed for me but his treatmentdid not SwanlpRoota trial After taking a few doses I felt somewhat relieved and after two Si bet- ties had been taken I had no pain and was completely cured I have not had the slightest pain in my back hips since From my own experience I can cheerfully recommend Swamp Boot to tioubleYourstrulySIMON MARTIN Mr Martin conducts a carting und transfer business f iu oy l DR KILMER Dr Kilmers likeness Is on the out side wrapper of every bottle Beneficial In Severe Cases TENNDrGentlemenI know how toi youSwampgreatly troubled with my kidneys andI psln in the bark also with what the doctors termed inflammation of the neck or the bladder Sometimes my backII would get in such shape that I was almost helpless I had tried several doctors andI medicines to no good effect and finally I noticed in some paper where Dr Kilmerr oflhikdney promptlyfound it did me good I then purchase- two i bottles from our merchant Mr W J1 Elizer After taking the medicine I felt like a new man and each day rod I live miles to teach school You are a liberty to use this letter or refer e me as 1will always be glad to telll them what a wonderful remedy this Swamp Root is Mr James lyeni of Sanndersville Tenn is taking it with rood results LegislatureRural Mall Carriers Experience BLOUNTVILIE TENN- I have been a rural letter carrier for oyer five years Some two years avo I was token with severe pains in my back I used medicine from my family physi cian for several months without any ben efit A friend J D Nelson advised me to try your Swamp Root but I had no faith in it I continued to grow worse and at last decided to try this remedy and bought of Long Bros a 50c bottle which gave me great relief 1 then bought I two 1 bottles which I can truthfully say have completely curedme Had it not been for Swamp Root I would have been compelled to quit the rural free delivery service painsinI them I was so bad that very often my wife would haye to help me to arise M R HENDB10KSON Rural Letter Carrier Route No 2 Baptist Minister nRl SON GA Jan 20 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y GentlemenSome time ago I suffered hipsMyI felt miserable A friend recommended Swamp Root I obtained and took theE contents of two bottles when I felt relief My back has not troubled me since and SwampRouttroubles as I find it afforded me great relief loursvery truly Ii Results It Has Proved I DOTHAN ALA Jan 21 1909 Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y Dear SirsHave been suffering more or less from kidney trouble for the lastII five years and was Indnced to try your Swamp Root Am happy to say or giveI you testimonial that it bas cured me I am a traveling salesman for Messrs Cot gate Co New York and am always traveling the road Drinking the kidneysYoursWOLF Every mail brings many unsolicited testimonials from people from all grtititndeforj Do not let anyone sell you some other medicine to take the place of SwampRootif you do you will he on getting what J you ask for there is no other medicine as good as Dr Kilmers Swamp Root IF YOU NEED A MEDICINE YOU SHOULD HAVE THE BEST SWAMPRooT is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble 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 SwampBoot will be found just the remedy you need DONT BE MISLED For instance when you ask for Dr Kilmers irwamp Root the Great Kidney Liter and Bladder Remedy dont allow any druggist drug clerk or store keeper to persuade you into buying something else in its place Every time be succeeds in selling you a worthless substitute he makes more profit but you are humbugged at the expense of your health NoTtsEvery reader of TIlE HAZEL GREEN HERALD who has not yet tried Swamp Root the great Kidney Liver and gladder Remedy may address Dr Kilmer Co Bingbampton N Y and receive a sample Dottle free by mail 9 At all dealers in 58c and 100 sizes A Sworn Certificate of Purity With Every BottleSee Inside Wrapper GEORGE I 14 prepared the reasonable terms I also Handsome Hearse Public solicited BIOE benefit followed Prominent become ContractorI kidneysI or hardly with anyon- to yoursD iREV on rcspecfullySAMUEL disappointedinsist V Money to Burn If you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may be 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 banks account will give you a bettor 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 be pleased to see it there before the close of the year 1008 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Subscribe Now Only X100 per Year f f t t i 4 YBloZYIK11BjJCarefully Collate aid Concisely Chronicled Elmore the 16 year old daughter of J 1V Lawson of near Parts has been miss- Ing for about ten days and her parents fear foul play The trial of John Abner the last of the Hargis Cox feud defendants was set for a special term In April when Special Judge William Holt says the case must be tried Mrs Nancy Ratcliffe of near McKIn nap Station In Lincoln county died last week at the age of 105 years Before the days of railroad trains she made two trips to Missouri on foot The number of patients in the Eastern Asylum for the Insane at Lexington la nearly to the limit of the Institution which IB 1000 The next legislature will be asked for an appropriation to enlarge the accommodations IThe ranks of all branches of the United States army being full all the recruiting stations in Kentucky with the exceptions of Lexington and Somerset have been closed At these stations only enlist ments for the coast defense will be taken ofdWinchester while returning home after attending a performance at the opera robbederendered unconscious and his condition is consideredserious The 5000 libel suit of Judge Dixon against H C Campbell editor of the Thourandsticks published at Hyden was dismissed in the Leslie Circuit court on demurrer The opinion of the court was that the words used in the article were not actionable Kisses when given on the streets of Frankfort cost 1085 each for that is the amount Lula Rush and Jack Martin were fined in the Police court of that city for being caught kissing on the public square Martin paid both fines and said that tbe kiss was worth the money In a duel fought in the jail at Monti cello Shelby Kendrick 30 years old was literally cut into shreds by Clew South wood an 18yearold boy who bad almost completed sentence of 50 days for dir turbine religious worship Kendrick had three more days tonervfl on a Simi lar charge When the burning roof crashed down while at dinner was the first intimation the family of Alfred Royalty had of the house being on fire B T Royalty a very old man had a very narrow escape Tho fire Is supposed to have been caused by a defective flue There was no insur once and the loss was about 2500 County Judge 8 S Taulbee of Death itt county has filed a 25000 damage suit against Sam J Roberts editor and publisher of the Lexington Leader because of a syndicate article published in the Leader neatly a year ago in which Judge Taulbee and his manner of hold ing court was held up to public ridicule Another rat killing crusade in Niche las county is suggested to take place about May 17 by the Carlisle Mercury On that date every ablebodied man in the county it is urged should take a cluband go after the rodents Thousands of rats were killed on a former occasion of this kind and no doubt con certed action would again produce good resultsRobert Hocker tbe negro murderer of Newton Yen a Fayette county farmer whose death sentence Governor WilJuon commuted to life imprisonment after the gallows had been ertfced last De cember made a murderous attack on a fellow convict iin the ifrankfprt peniten tiary A guard who tried to pull off Hocker was also seriously hurt Hocker was finally oYerpoweied and placed in solitary confinement Fairs in Kentucky So far as we can learn the fairs scheduled for Kentucky during the present year rice as follows Georgetown July 27 to 31 Henderson July 27 to 31 Madisonville August 3 to 7 BLUE GRABS PAIR Lexington August 014 Uniontown August 10 to 14 Harrodsburg August 12 to 14 Brodhead August 17 to 20 Barboursville August 18 to 20 Shepherds Angust 18 to 20 Tompkinsville September 1 to 4 Scottsvllle September 2 to 4 Paris September 7 to 11 Scottsburg September 13 to 17 STATE PAIR Louisville Sept 13 to 18 Roll of Honor The following parties have paid their subscription since our last report I Elizabeth Lacy Parker Kansas J H Rose Glencoe Peon Frank Murphy Chandler Okla Harry Murphy H ttl Green D B Tyra Stillwater Chas B Faulkner Crandon WIs Mrs Sally Pack Basel Green R A Day May town K M Coucb Grassy Creek Eliaworth Lacy Bardfri III James O Pt ida Mtt8tetling v- J y 1 n N I Dont Worry if you are sick dont worry but begin at once to make yourself well To do this we but repeal the words of thousands of other sufferers from Womanly ills when we say aT i 1 J 1 It Will Help You tii For 50 years this wonderful female remedy Has been benefiting sick women Mrs Jennie Merrick a iWithThey wanted to operate but I took Cardui and it t usingthisAT ALL DRUG STORES HAZELGREEN ACADEMY 1 Winter Term Opens Dec 29 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in proparation for Spring Examinations 1 i iThe COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the x i1fJj best advantages possible for young men and wpmen who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE i 1f CERTIFICATE the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH k10 i OMORE YEAR in College V v i The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers P I Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week t Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M 0 CARTER Principal UI IWPOSIJG inSPtn 1 OF EXQUISITE MILLINERY together with n large array of original models and becoming 1 creations of millinery artists The artistic arrangements of z the trimmings shouldcommand and win the admiration up proval and patronage of the lovers of correct headgear r MISSES MAPEL TROYlTHE MILLINERS r One Door West of PO Hazel Green Ky LOOK-I i j I WANTED I d i 1 a WE WANT4t2000 full feathered GEESE will pay 40c tor same delivered here in the next I10 days We will also pay the highest prices in cash for all kinds of poul try fgg8 beef hides furs old rubber brass copper feathers ginseng 1 md yellow roottf 1 THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house now Jt t Remember we pay CASH for buyCome I for drop us a postal Wi1 HEINBIOfi n TOOHEY t roat Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA0F J fr 0 r1Q rlf r fOoci v 4K L I U 1iIi