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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 t- wtr 3 a g JimmjnG a LiiU Iy ri r I T i ic J y r icJ I i t i 1 4 THEHAzEI i GREEN i HERAL1 1 o n = = = Established March 4 1885 Made Famous lathe Story of Jonathan and His Contlnentby Max ORell = 0i u sppwneirtsn nOdmITheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advance n + nu = un u TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 30 1909 NUMBER 14 teiie ton and Eastern Railway i time Table in Effect Jane 21 1908 WESTBOUND Nol hos NuL STATIONS Sunday Suudayl unit- eAJLLvejlulve 1IIe6 10 smI pa sickJackson 6151mt 225 pw t5 UI- DBeattve pKuuctJc 7 n7 ems 2U pm 754 um 3 n S15 aw311 aID pm Torrent 3 liti lwIiUIII Bridge 7 45 smNat 5 S sm3 57 pm Jn 7 It amCampton 8 15 aID 4 26 pm S54 tau Stanton 8 25 am 4 35 pm 9U am hasCityClay luU3 um- Wiocbesler 509 W am pm LkEJuucu 9 12 aID 520 PwlllIl urn- Lextoa sr Y 55 um G U5 uu EAST BOUND DailyexSTATIONS I INo4Sunday Sunday I LTeA51Lye PY 0i amLexington2 25 pmiU t r201 8 13 am 2 38 pmt tI 2niLEJuncUuu pm II243 pmi I smCity 350 pm401CIy 440 9ie am 358 pmj44u 9 3t pm 4 435 30 pm pm 6ITorrentnutl1III57 9 9 43 56 sm 4 47 pm 7010 17 amM 510 90 15 am 605 610 pm 9UIOKJuncu 111 20 sm CONNECTIONS 1 E JeatTIUNltuws Nos I and I wi wake with the C It ORy rjnghlIt Stfor XOIi I 2JCScTtosTruinsCAMProN CeutrafI Mountainwith the3 and 4 couuect lot Piae Ridge and CamptonB- EATTYVLLE By Jr lTlos1ruills Xo 2 will wake eonuectimt lit UeuttyiIle June with the L sllli A Railway fur pWiblngerllI and from Beattyville- O to K JUSlTlOsTrsius Xos 3 and 4 connect with the 01 K Railwuy fur local1 stations on the 0 K Railway is W A 1t DOWE1 L General I1unage- rOflASSCOTTUeuPasaAgent v at j DM0 KentucRg BatIwag- l 11 klme Table May 21 I9O5 WESTBOUND No33 fNo21Dai-ly ex1 = STATIONS R Daily ex Sundayd m Sunday t PM ABB 0tMARu520 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 I 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 1J 1 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhurst 6 11 H 310 27 OKJunction 0 1115 3 00 Jackson 1t 05 EAST BOUNDINo34 1 KI No22 Daily ex STATIONS Daily exI Sunaym Sunday iMLnPMLE110 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 1 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 i4 837 10 Wilhurst 20 151 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 + 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos 21 and 22 will make close counectto- at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 fo points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent mountain aRaihoallfI No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600 a mCampton1130 a m 200 p mCampton 6 00pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 30 amCampn JunclO 05 am 330 pmCampn June 440 p The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas tenger trains NaF BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMSa counties that he jjj9 aline of Coffins Caskets Burial L and everything necessary to put away 1the dead in decent style r IGrSpecialcaskets supplied on 24 hours noticefioeft made If ordered I Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstoness ri EWELL C DO- SENotary PublicST- ILLWATER I j KY Oflen his professional services to citizens of I g Wolfe county and solicits the patronage of y sell who mOT Lave legal paper to execute O seat hu residence on Btillirater n l COUNTY NEWSt Local Items ofGeneral items i TO interest to a majority of our readers especi i not ally distant friends and 4 I MURPHY FORK Gordon Henry and throe chil dren ot Grassy are reported to be sick t Ben Murphy left Sunday for West Liberty to be at county court MondayMiss F Callie Rose of Ezel who T been sick for a week is im proving at this writing I Btu Murphy reports that cattle wont off o k at the Mt Sterling market but sheep wont oft Hepub lican Miss Mary Murphy who has been on the sick list for a weekor more has been dismissed by Dr Asa Nickell of Ezel Mies Pearly Peters the beautiful who is staying with Mrs Nannie Murphy was a guest oft iss Jane Taulbee Sunday Last week Silas Nester sold his crop to Henry Murphy and left for Ironlou Ohio where he will take charge of a good farm the gift ofal mother j J D Anderson ot Ezel is building a fine sixroom cottage which for beauty will surprise the naves Jim Nickell is the architect A and finisher on the Job J Sherman Barker of Stillwater at present at the home of s IslhighlyPa number one busy handgBob Patterson of Ezel was triedIIi Saturday for letting his stock rune large It resulted in a hung jury two being for acquittal three for conviction and one tofused to talk i i Miss Esther Hurst who has been attending the Elamville collegei f spent Saturday and Sunday at thei home of her mother on Stillwater i She was accompanied by Mrs Nan O uie Murphy The writer has been informed that Milt Lykins the old reliabl cattle trader who moved to the blue grass some time age has a branch gas ofiice at Ticktowu ai well as in the cattle yards The scholars of Elamville Acad emy had a gala time last week Miss Mollie Coldiron former instructor j having left and went lo West Liberty gave the pupils a chance to study the art of beau picking and other outdoor sports Prof Kelly Wheeler a master of teachers rang the school bell which brought them all in and the professor directed them to other iesSept 27 TUMP IrNight On Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex Bentoii of Fort Edward N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the home of neighbor tortured by asthma bent1 1aou curing him with Dr King New Discovery that 1 had curei himself of asthma This wonde ful medicine soon relieved an quickly cured his neighbor L i ter it cured his sons wife of a s vere lung trouble Millions b lieye its the greatest throat anjd lung cure on earth Coughs troupe hemorrhages and sore lua s iI mare surely by it Best for b serer grip and whooping cough 50c and 100 Trial bottle fte Guaranteed by all dealer- sCAMPTON i f Grace Smith who has been at Jackson for some time returned tome J Ben Williams and Miss Bertie Coons were married last 9at the home of the bride I Miss Stella Carpenter of I dianapolis Ind but formerly b this place was married to a X Zaring last week 1rII- c JohuxWTBowr who has benI visiti g here left for his home it erjoyi j Miss Maggie Brown na if Ohio and her sisterin14Sta d cousin were Nina Brown last weekI1I I 4 Slpt 27 BLUE B1iLLy- t S i I I i JL I f F a r CORRESPONDEKTS Mail your early so they will reach our office thanTuesdaymorning3loatlayi j I zie be published unless of unusual im Ivortanre Advertise no ones business write on one side or the paper only left TRENT itt Miss Dorcas Barker is on the J list al present tGeorgB Culbertson who has been ivorkiug at Winchester came home FridayWITaylor Vancleave of Lacy creek attended church at this place last jSundaymIPMissconfined to her bed with fever is improving nicelyWIbe Rev J D Hunter of Cannel CiCityfamily Saturday night and held services at Laurel church Sunday Misses Pearl and Della daughters Mrj of Barney Blankenship of near Ml Sterling are visiting their uncle J H Barker and familyto this weekerare A bean hulling came off at the home of Mrs Risner Fridav night The crowd was composed of youthful J beautiful from this place and had a very enjoyable timeISSept 27 PANSYBUD A Hurry Up CallviQuick 1 Mr Druggist Quick 1 box of Buckleus Arnica Salve Heres a quarterFor the love of Moses hurry I Babys burned him footscant walk from PlIesBillieh has boils and my corns ache She it and soon cured all the famf Its the greatest healer on I Sold by all dealer- sSTILLWATER Revs Jeff Brewer Sam Rose andl Will Spencer preached to a goodl be sized crowd at Sulphur Spring church Sunday J D Hunter of Cannel City has arranged to reorganize the Jr U A M council at Trent toB morrow evening as Rev Sam Rose recently traded his farm in The Calaboose to JasI Brewer of Trent for the consideration of one horse and some cattle stock Mrs R J Rose recently received news trom Mrs Anabel Combs oft Richmond that Mr and Mrs ScS Combs had returned from an enjoyable visit with relatives inc Arkansas and Texas 1Rev Abner Trent informed your correspondent that preaching services were held at Laurel church 1 house Saturday night and thatl dwhile services were being held Cleveland Ohair and Jesse Hager came into the church house and began talking out aloud so as attract considerable attention andf in the meantime while preaching was going on walked out of the tt- a house stepped to the corner of the f building and fired three shots with revolver which caused considerable jI excitement and fear to pro amongtthe women and children j church had adjourned some housetdoor breaking the panels of same J 18lnd the stones were lying in the goodIiI should rise up against such law j plesf ness and lend a helping in putting a stop to such outrageous deeds as this one and put such violators where they so justly beI long and rid the community of a great burden Sept 27 DOMINGO No political puffs inserted ins these columns freeEn rTheRoad To Sncoesi- i has many obstructions but non fso desperate as poor health Suc cess today demands health but Electric Bitters is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action- of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters if weak rundown or sickly Onl 50c Guaranteed by all dealers cir axa ILANDSAW Lawson of Lee City one milk cow for 30 W W Swango visited the family of E T Kash first of the week Born to the wife of Francis Madden the 20th a girl Mrs Liz Miller attending Charley Hatton of this place wife for Lexington today He expects to go to Elmendorf farm Miss Louis Sweeney of Breath at county has been visiting at J Laudrums for the past ten days New Miss Caroline Taylor is still very poorly with typhoid fever but is thought to be improving at this Wm Hurst of Malaga has been live hauling coal from the J T Djiy on Lacy creek for the past days K M Halaoy and James Tester to Campion last Saturday to with their cousins Lillie and of Halsey to ET Kash made a trip to Hele chawa last Thursday returning via Hazel Green and took dinner with was Rittenhouse She Robert Halsey went to Lexing l last week and had his eyes opof on and he says his eyes now doing veIlWiJoe Halsey took the contract of furnishing coal for the Buchanan Murphy and Landsaw schools and j this week hauling it in Misses Lillie and Cinda Halsey- of Montgomery county have been relatives and friends in this section for the past few days VIMrsors for a few days causing her hus band who is attending court at be Campton to come home each night- S H Kush of Hazel Green is a lot of rye sowed on his hero and he has been overlooking after the work Sam is a hustler of Prof K M Hulsey spent a very pleasant evening at JJ Landrums one day lust week Mort would an all round good fellow if he would only subscribe for TilE HEH AIDSept 27 AxoN of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury of mercury will surely destroy the sense ofi swell and completely derange the whole elIsystem surfaces Such articles should never he in usedexcept on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is tenfold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufac tured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu surfaces of the syrtrm In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get thei genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo 0 by F J Cheney Co Ten timonials free Sold by druggists Price 75cabottle Take Hulls Family Pills for constipation CILLMORE oMorton Elkins attended church at this place Sunday Stella and Betty Shackelford at tended church at this place last Sundayii J C Lindon returned Saturday from Campton where he had been attending to busIDessCMrs Millie Fenska started for j eMuncie Ind Thursday where she will make her future home Mr and Mrs R M Haddix haie I just returned from Breathitt coun ty where they had been visiting I Miss Alice Ely who is teaching- school at Oakdale visited folks from Saturday until Monday Idiss Nellie Nickell of Lexie 1 visited Scott Nickell and wife last Sunday She seemed to enjoy herf self fine Floyd Ely who has just return ed from the army went to Rous au Breathitt county to attend a meetingMrs Dunn and daughter Clearsy were guests of Malispa 1ayseboro Saturday and Sunday 7 Sept 27 DAISY Chamberlains Colio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is today the best known medicine in use for the relief and cure of bowel comptaint It cures griping diarrheas dysentery and should be taKen at the first unnatural looseness of the bowels It is equally valuable for alwaysyeuros Sold by all dealeraI i r tlf 1ii i it 1 If rCANNEL CITY Bro Oney a local minister filled SI the pulpit Sunday evening McClullun Ciiinpboll of Richmond was here Saturday on busi for nessKyser Day null wife of Caney were guests of Kveretl Bach and Sunday of Seveial town ppople wont to the funeral service hf Marion Carter Grassy Lick Sunday J S ORoarkMins returned from Mexico where he had been visiting his son Dwight not Dudley Howard who had these misfortune of a broken leg about- a month ago iin not expected tohi Whittaker Jjines Jones soem It troadthey have on thru yard A Miss Null in expert milliner St Louis Mij arrived lust week superintend tho millinery de partmcut of thti Cannel City Fair Miss Paine Tiniplin of Paris with us two days last week will return October 1 to take charge of the Itnaslc department the public school Will Walters the postmaster stricken luht weekwith stomach trouble Htj is now in the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington and the news from there gives hope for recovery The teachers association for Educational Division No 8 will beheld at this pliijCo Saturday Octo providedwill be entertained to dinner 1he public is especially invited to present VAtucation of the Cannel City Graded School a department of music was established and Miss Fairie Tem plin a graduate of the Paris school music was selected to take charge it We predict a success for this department as Miss Tom pliii is a lady ofexpetience and one who comes to us highly recommended Sept 27 ETHEL Dont waste your money buying plasters whets you can get a bottleI IInChamberlains Liniment for 25I cents A piece of flannel dampen with this liniment is superior- to any ulaster for lame back painsI the side and chest and much cheaper Sold by all dealers The death of Governor Johnson- of Minnesota has probably re moved the only obstacle in theI way of President Tafts reelectionI four years hence Not that we rejoice in his demise for the passingC of a great and good man such he was regardless of politics is greatly to be deplored Governor Johnson represented that type of man whose nobility was American citizenship and whose knowledge of right and wrong carried with it the courage of his convictions Born and reared in obscurity and1 poverty he arose through the force of his tremendous personality to the greatestofiice in the gift of bis native state and gained by merit alone the love and confidence all its people His death universally regretted Mt Ster ling Gazette Rep Your complexion ae well as temper is rendered miserable by J disordered liver By taking Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets you can improve both 1isi dealerse If you would increase your happiness and prolong your life for get your neighbors faults i all the slander you ever heard Forget the fault finding and only remember the good points which make you fond of them Forget all personal quarrels or histories you may have heard by accident and which ifrepealed would seem a thousand tines worse than rreally are Blot out as far as pos sible all then disagreeableness of life they wit oome but will only grow larger When you remember them Obliterate everything dig agreeable from yesterday start out with a clean sheet today memorystsa e only lovely and lot ab- lechildren t cry FOR flETCHERS CASTQRIAI tIt jij I lI- z 3 rr BallentiaeMiss KyDearspace in your most valuable paper a few items from Ballentine Miss First I wish to say that I have been a subscriber to your paper since 1885 which I feel proud You will find enclosed 2 for which you will please send the daughterLeoSouth Mill street Lexington Ky and give mo a renewal fur one year from May 10 1000 If it was for THE HERALD weeks would like yenta to me I wish to say that I am glad to from so many parts of Wolfe county as that is my homeland feel sure that the correspondent reaches some one all over the nited States Dear Cooper you will find enclosed some poetry composed by myI daughter Leo for which pleaseal low space when you can without crowding out anything She has written two Dreamy Valley and In the Mountains of Kentwkv1 which I think are nice Hope you will find space for them 1send you some rattlesnake rattles I killed the snake myself whichwas five feet long I could tell you some snake stories but they would sound fishy so I will leave them off With best wishes for you and your better f remain your old Kentucky friend T K TtTT Mrs C M Swango formerly of Hazel Green Ky has been suffering for some time with ohills and feverMack McNabb of McCormick Ky returned to his home from this place last Friday Also E G of Toliver Ky left for his home He said there was no place like home presentCotton The Carrier Lumber Manufac turing Co has just closed a deal for six sections of land with a New York firm Price 08000 The Carrier Lumber Manufac turing Co has completed the railroad to Boho Lake Quite a num ber of cottages are being put up the Monataias of Kenlmoky v IIn the mountainsof Kentucky Wnere grow the flowers wild Where the sun smiles on all ma tfnd And the winds blow soft and mild There stands a dear old homestead Sheltered by a tall old pine IAnd all day long the birdasing sweetly As they flit from tree to vine lingerIIn the little shady nook baQiCclear rippling brook JThere I loved to sit and listen In the evenings golden glow As the stream oer stones and peonies 1MurmurPd softly wet and l16W11 Roses may bestrewn along my pathway And not a thorn my Mils td blight lint without the memory of myhbrnej mquiterlgburmy And my heart no borrow knows In the mountains of Kentucky Let me rest in sweet repose LTBCan be depended upon is an expression we al like to hear and withrCholijtaitBiilDiarrhoea Remedy itmeanBMhatPit never fails to cure diarrboia dysentery or bowel complaints It pleasant to take and equally valuable for children and adults Sold by all dealers iLongest Engliik Word IThe Englishmans jawbreaker a Welsh word over which Justice AngleseyAssizes Byrn Roberts M P What fctfcd meaning of the letters pg after the name Lianfair The answer thergerynchwyrndrobwllandyailloijbg pronouneedItword of 54 tellers if repeated of ten enough is said to be an rxcol dlen cure for toothache Not a minute should bo lust when a child snows symptosiH of oroup Chamberlains Cough Rein edy given as soon ns the ohildabe- comes hoarse or even after the croupy cough ar pears will prevent the attack Sold by all dealer s y W 3 Y t v 1 il f E c fc t J Y 3 l i t I t Pi II HE HDAltS J KnteredattKe Hazel Green IotU ceaaaecoluclamatter I SPENCER COOPER Edlt r1 HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sept 530 1909 j WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT 1 JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASU Commonwealths Attorney J R HOLLOS Clerk Meets third Monday in January firstII Monday in May third Monday in Septem her WOLFE COUNTY COURT- G T CKNTKK Judge O B STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CAKROIL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURTi Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District Mo IC M Fallen third Friday in March June Septeiuoer and Decem ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February Nay August and No vember District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District NoI JL Lvgg first Friday iilli March May August and November District No5T C Hollon second Fri day in March June September rind December j District No Iloj Hurst third Friday in February May 4uust and Now uibcr District Iwo11T Helton fourth Frii day in March June September gild December District No 8J M Lovelace first Frii day in February May August and No vember DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Slate Senator pith Senatorial District K It HOGG I Of Owsley County For Representative 91st Legislature t MALOJCE INS- Of Morgan County LoTWENTY TmRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT i For Circuit Judge D B iREDWJNE OfBreathitt County For Commonwealths i Attorney THOS C JOHNSON Of flee County WOLFE COUNTY For County Judge W B DUFF I For County Court Jerkl L CARROLL For Circuit Court ClerkJ C LJXDOX For Sheriff GEOJIGE vVSALLhY For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AssessorJ f CENTER ForJailerJ Ct LITTLE For Co Superintendent W TAULBEE- For Surveyor E L CREECH For CoronerJ FRANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd DistrictJ HANNA- For 1 Commonwealths Attorney 32nd DistriltJOHN M WAUGH For County JudgeMC FERGUSON For County AttorneyJ 1 HANEY For County ClerkJ1 II SEBAS1 IAN For Superintendent T N BARKER For Circuit CJerkJ M OAKLEY For Sheri1fMII B BROWN For Jailer H C COMBS For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN For Coroner J5ACII HANEY For Surveyor M P TURNER l i Wolfe County Farmers Institute Lucien Beckner of Winchester r was in Hazel Green last week making arrangements for holding the Wolfe county farmers instii tote in our little city Wednesday and Thursday October 20 21 Hon Charles Banford of Irvington fo- tt merly speaker of the House of Representatives of Kentucky and1 who is one of the best and most progressive farmers on both practical and scientific lines will preside t and discuss a number of su- ff jects of great importance among IimprovementsI of e questions W H Claytoiv one of r the foremost truss growers in the state will lecture on the outlook of orcharding and other branches of fruit raising as well as showin how with proper cultivation our t betttra will also be present to give their views and all in all this will be a good opportunity for all farme of this section to learn a greatde to benefit them Let all the pe pIe come to these meetings as there will be much profitnbk instruc tion given ever to the women w will hear Ilectures on domestic fi fiscience and other household af fairs At this i stitute one or more delegates w ll be elected to attend the State farmers institute to beheld in Frankfort some time ID I jTjuuuujy or February 1910 c i t 11 rr ti fir t C Hur t Shot By His Brother I A specilil dispatch from JacksonII dated September 26 to the Lex iogton Hrald says Julius Caesar 11 Hurst Republican candidate for county judge of Breathitt was I shot and fatally wound 1 brothered by his Hannibal Hurst at his dome at Wilhurst this evening j Hannibal says ho fired1l to save his own life as his brother was picking up a shotgun when he shot him but refuses to say what I the difficulty was over A handcar I AjlMwas rushed to the side of theII woundediman A telegram from Vilhurfitfat 10 oclock stated that Judge Hurst was in such a condi tion as to make his removal to a Lexiugtophospitai ou nn early- morning tomorrow imperative The bullet entered thoI judges body just over the left hip bone Ear Arnold did not probe for it Hannibal was not arrested LATER Jackson Sept 27 Hannibal Hurst reached this city at 090 oclock tails morning having come on the special train on the Ohio it Kentucky which brought Julius Caesar Hurst to the O K Junction en route to Lexington for surgical treatment via the Lexing ton Eastern railway Both Hannibal Hurst and the woundedman stated that the shot was purely an accidental one re suiting from the unexpected dis charge cff a revolver which Hanu ban Hurst had started to oil not knowing it was loaded The Hurst brothers are on good terms living together in the same house The many friends and supporters of Julius diusar Hurst are much con corned dver the accident as he was in the midst of an active canvass for county judge of Breathitt The following statement made by Hannibal Hurst was tacked on the courthouse and on the front of all the business houses in Jack son this morning Statement of Hannibal Hurst in regard to the accidental shoots ing of bis brother J C Hurst this the 27th day of Sept 1909 My Brother J C Hurst and I had jUt returned from Jackson on Sunday evening He was work ing at a stove preparing to build a fire iid the room and I was standing in the door cleaning a 552 pistol when it accidentally went oil and hit him We were both sober at the time and there was no trouble existing between us of any kindI make this statement because of the fact that my brother is a candidate for county judge and 1 have been informed that some of his political enemies are causing a report to be circulated that we were engaged in a difficulty when he was shot which report is abso lutely untrue and unfounded HANNIBAL HURST AT TIlE GOOD SAMARITAN IIJulius Caesar Hurst the Republican candidate for county judge of Breathitt county who was acci dentally shot by his brother Hannibal Hurst is improving rapidly at the wood Samaritan Hospital where lHe was brought at 9330 Mon day morning William L Hurst father of the wounded man heard of the acci dent at noon Monday and imme diatelycame to this city to be at the victims bedside Mr Hurst Sr said the shooting was entirely accidental a pistol which Hanni bal aged 25 years was oiling and cleaning exploding in his hands and thtfbullet striking Julius Cae sari who was at the time engaged stoverpipe Hurst was hopeful of his sons pjSeedy recovery The wounded man was accom paniedjto this city by his uncle Dr AM Arnold who is attending hid nephew at the hospital nob1 remov dLexington M ins In Bad Condition That the water mains of Coving ingtonjare in a terrible condition and that the city would be practically a prey to the elements should a larg fire breakout was demon strated when an attempt was made ogWashington street and Pike streets All during their afternoon a large crew of men worked to get rods through the pipe iToward evening these rods were connected and a godevil 1 at the pod of a hawser inserted in alto the pipe- Thetmen managed to pull the- o go dwilwhich consisted of acv en segments only partly through the pipe when the iron links con beho third fourthseg twsonlthe onr of these were left in completely closing the main find it will be necessary to tear u thb street at a point where these i egments are in order to rer move them The three sections that a eca got out plainly showed that there ww considerable cor I I If f iI IflT6 roded load in the pipes as the knives were badly nicked In the small section of pipe that the godevil was got through were several bushels of waste whichwhen brought to the sur face made a huge pile in the street The water was filthy and resembled tar When it was put to a bright light u person could hardly see through it The matter willno doubt be brought before the State Board of Health us it was plainly seen that if the people of Coving ton are using this water there must necessarily bo considerable disease brought on by impurity Humorous Information The following bit of useful and humorous information was given to a young student on his way to college by his aged father Stu dents everywhere can read what the fond father said and profit therebySon I want you to realize in the first place that for the hard earned money which Inm spending for your education I want good hardstudy in return I do not ox pect you to take first place in your class nor to teach the professors anything but I do want you to bring home with you some prize even if snatched in passing from the bargain counter First honors do not mean a good shortstop nor a good quarterback fine dancer an expert card player or spendthrift By honors 1 mean that 1 want you to take a high standing in your class work closo applica tion to your studies and take a good standing in deportment Do not try to be too smart brain fever may result do not discover the North Polo two men are already in troublo over it do not startle science by the invention ofwing less flying machines Do not revise Euclid let Webster spell English his own way lot prohibition Christian Science cigarettes and joy rides alone The young idea learns to shoot therebut not crap Study GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL i I have several line Collins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burial when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE WeAsk You to take Cardui for your female troubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy OfCAROOI i has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to yowl For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many have said it is the best medicine to take Try RII Sold in This C- ityElectric M BittersSucceed when everything oleo fails In nervous prostration and female 1weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter WE PRINT SALE BILLS kill PUNT THEM BIPMT Photocrnphr Interests tTCTjbodjr AMERICAN J PIIOTOGILPIIYItachnIIl1tautlu ly rriie contest picture criticism qufKiont ae icrcJ Samp7ecopyfree If you neptioa Ihii paper AtnsrieaaaRomsaeatairaphi oii y BLscR rcuxid MECHANIC Is a macarine roe eTerybody Learn almjut electricity the comiDZKieDceandhowto use tools Simple prac tlcalfullotpktuiei Sam pie copy free If you name this paper IIOO a year Sampson rub Co I Beacon St Coiton sun i FARM tQRSALEN- ot I being able to oversee the work on my farm on account of age and other disabilities I offer my farm of 125 acres on tBlackwa ter onehalf mile from Ezel for sale The farm consistsof about I GO acres in grass balance in cultivation I and timber Goojl 5roomIi dwelling with all nece I buildings fine water good orchard etc For temps and allother information i cull on or address R D MOTLEY Ezel Kytt FARM FOR SALEi 00Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All fencedand crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard ever lasting fine t tater 5room dwelling house halls and porches also tenant house For the next thirty i days this farm will be offered at a I bargain Possession gien Janu ary 1 1910 For further particulars I address ELLSWORTH LACY R R No 1 Rardin Ill 4- Rare ODDOItUnitg I offer for sale my residence consisting of seven ramu cottage good lot and garden and outhuildigs Jne of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superiorto anything of the kind in the country being fur wished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and Applies also machineryWill For further particulars cull on or ad dress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky Commissioners Sale Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky CHARLES M BOSS Plaintiff i I against j CAL CiNUiFK and MOILIK CINDIKK Defendants Ky virtue of n Judgmen and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit court rendered lit its May term liliin the above cause for the sum of Ninetjl Dollars and the further sum of One Hundred Dollars with interest at the rate of Jix per rent per annum from the 6th day ot March 1008 and Jan li IIHIS respectively un tilpuid8ud all costs herein 1 hall pro ceed to oiler for sale at thfi Court House door in Campion to the highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY the 4th day ot October 1909 beingCountysix months the following described prop city towit Landsituate on Laurel1 Oijtek in Wolfe county Kentucky and bounded as fol lows Beginning at the coder of Tom joinsWilliamOHairs line to Geneva frowns line thence with said Geneva Browns line to the top of hill to said Cal Cundifls fence thence with said CundifTs fence down a point to Tom Halls line jthence with Halls line to the beginning so ax to in clude all the land on boundary described fromithe day of sale until paid and having the force andeffect of a judgment Bid I promptly E T ROSE Master Commissioner By B D RosE D M C AV C C I i Headquartersfor JewelrySilverwarQ at the lowest prices You can also have your eyes tested and fittedwIth glasses properly and correctly Call and obtain pri ces it will not cost you a cent to be convinced A R IffAUPPINI WATCHMAKER JEWELER OAMPTON KY WANTEDSuccESMAGAZINE wants aij energetic and responsible man or woman in Wolfe county to col lect for renewels and solicit uew subscriptions during full or spare time Experience unnecessary Any one caa start among friends and acquuintcesand buildup a paying and permanent businessd without capital Complete outfit and VONSuccessMagazine Building New York Cit- yB01Sl GIltLS COLUMBIA BICYCLE Greatest offer out Get your friends toaubscribe to our magazine and we will make you a present of a 40 Askfortelling How to Start Address The Bicycle Mans 2381 East 2Jnd Street New York City DR C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAIL GREEN KYJ Offers his promotional services to the citi HaulGnucouatryJ I M i i I iI i 1 L r KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General MerchandiseAnn- ounce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity tbat they have just received a magnificent line of LADIES SHQES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Good Notions IIandlhat FAMILY GROCERIES etc they invite inspection i tCLHARINGUP SALES Getting ReaaMFa11s MAPEL 3 TROY Are reducing stock to make room for Full Goods and are selling Flowers and all other millinery right down at cost JGivo them a call and see how cheap they are selling everything Trimmed and untrimmed hats sold NOW AT COST j Ribbons Laces Ladies Collars Belts Hair Puffs Barrettes Ac Something ilk this in price j Taylor Made Skirts at 100 Wash Skirts at 100 Collars each ISc to 20 Ladies Fine Lace Collars worth 125 at M Hair Puffs worth 125 at 90 Laces at 4c to 9c per yard and embroidery at 4c to lOc per yarij 3 The Right Kind oJ Reading Matter IThe home news the doings of the people In tnli town the gossip of our own community thatp the first kind of reading matter you want It lij more important more interesting to you thaujj that given by the paper or magazine from thij outside world It is the first reading matt9I you should buy Each issue of this paper gfretfj to you just what you will considerII i j The Right Kind off i I nReading Matter IS ITthe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers NO 1 Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control A bank that loans its money in small sums well distributed and well secured- A bank that is conservative and will protect its depositors This opportunity is offered you by The HAZEL GREEN BANK- H F PIERATT President R H PATTON Cashier Letter Heads- Statements Bill Heads Envelopes Cards Anything and everything In the way of highgrade commercial printing Oar assortment of job type is complete our press facili ties of the best and our workmen true typographical artists This tells all the story of our facilities rightkind rEnvelooe iBill He Statemen Letter Head JTheHerald 1a1 Year Subsribe Now rvr Vr r4 ir 1 fT i frT f j r c roryPY f l t1 III i f I WhenYouTape One way is to pay no attention to it at least not until it develops into pneumonia or bronchitis or pleurisy An l other way is to ask your doctor about Ayers Cherry Pectoral If he says The besttthing for colds then take itdDo as he says anywayIEa emr ronoJaaVtWo taalih al ohl AWOPllufrom mrn 0410 uM W urf you to coniQlt your doctor Gc When the bowels are constipated poi sonous substances are absorbed into the bloodinstead of beingdaily removed from the body as nature intended Knowing this danger doctors always inquire about the condition of the bowes Ayers Pills Kaofo7thoTC lyr co LowollMau THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTS ROXA KOLA A L Fields a commercial tour ist was registered at the Day House Monday night Uncle barn Wilson is this week painting thotesidenceofJesse Old field near Daysboro Billy Cecil and wife of Grassy visited Charley Cecil Friday and were his guests that nightaMrs R S Perkins ot Lacy creek is attending her sisteriu law Mrs J B Hollon in her illa nessMrs W P Cecil of Cedar Bluffa Va with her little boy Pat is now visiting her grandmother Mrs Granvillo iEvans For SalEA Victor graphophono I with 30 records will be sold fort less than the cot of the records Apply at this oflice The town trustees are putting in a new bridge in front of Sam Kashs residence where one has been needed for sonw time A iimn of hull played1 Saturday between Suitin and Huzul Green resulted in a victory for Salem the score standing 15 to six Rev W B Rngan has been appointed for another year by the conference to preach at the Moth 1 odist church in Hazel Green- E Uncle Jordan Wills whose con dition has been noted in these 1 columns for some weeks past still remains in a critical condition Rolly Clark of Toliver has two young Angora goats astray and 1 will reward anyone giving iufor mation leading to their recovery 1 Salesmen wanted to look after our interest in Wolfe and adjacent counties Salary or commission Address The Victor Oil Company Cleveland Ohio Mrs M V Roberts has theII thanks of the editor and his betJJ ter seven eighths for a basket of fine sweet potatoes something like the old Spanish red Mrs John Fetterly has the thanks of the editor and his bet ter seveneighths for three very fine sweet potatoes one of which weighed three pounds Dave Williams while edging lumber at Holhdays mill on Little Caney Friday last had the third and fourth fingers of his right han amputated by the saw W G Lockhart dentist is back in his office at Campton and will remain there until November 15i If you are in need of dental work you had better call and see him Sam Spencer the oil man was a registered at the Day House Mon day and Tuesday For the present he is out of commission because he is awaiting the arrival of tome tools A horse hitched to a buggy iin which wereTaylorTaulbeeayoung woman and little child ran away Monday near Les Littles on Stat road The buggy WEB turned ove then righted and was again turne over and torn to pieces The qc cupantfl escaped injury f f1r tto oJ c IMapel Troy have receIved I their fall and winter stock of goods millinery drygoods notions and dateAOctober i i will be seep fashions latest creaj i tion in millinerybeautiful paif tern hats trimmings and shapes of 1 various styles Also a nice line of ladies tailored suits to which thejr invite your special atttentiori I Phey hove anything you want iiip line of coats and skirts for his misses and children all sJt made from the best give their customers ever iGJveji openirgdatesber 8 and 9ij Carl May living near town ac cidentally shot himself Sunday morning inflicting a wound in tie left side Drs Marion and fury lor Center were culled to see him and the latter tells us the follot ciagparticularsspecial pistol in a holster and jin stooping to pick upsomething drop ped the weapon which was dischaijg ed the ball entering his side jjtjst about two inches below and otiiii inch to left of nipple The bill t was cut out about live inches from where it entered He has ben spitting blood tut his physicip 1 thinks this comes from a split rind not from lungs He is reMtt ing easy and bids fair to speedy i recovery unless complication s I t Capt W 1 Hurst of Camptdn Col Jack Rittenhouse of qurJr town are both pretty shrewd fltt nanciers and evidently knowj a I good thing when they see itusllS 1 evidenced by the fact that each of i recently added if 1000 to tbpir stock in the Hazel Green Bank Only a few days ago the bank + received nearly 1700 deposits jiu one day which shows that iH iis continually growing in the confi dence of the people i iii Charley Cecil who has bpunI confined to his home with lave r and rheumatism for some time isI still very ill but his physician Dr C Hood Williams says hif iisI slowly recovering Dr Curt Gfve I don of Grassy was called Ttjes I day iu consultation with Drj CII Hood Williams his family piiy elta i Attorney General Breatiiit handed down an important opin ion to Secretary of State Bruaer holding that any officer of nth eI state chosen by the vote of theII people in a district larger than a county except members of nthe General Assembly must certify his nomination to the Secretary ofr State t Ellis Johnson had a fine deft k cow stray away a few days ago andI was talking about advertising for her in THE HERALD but on rrlesI day he found her with a calf by her sife and he thinks this is goodI evidence as to the efficacy of ad vertising when the thought qf iit brings the desired resultIi Desha Breckenridge edito of the Lexington Herald says editor sally that if the courts fail to d justice in night riding cases jrigi lance committees should be organ ized to hunt the guilty parties and hang a few The rest would jthen behave themselves I dMr and Mrs Pearl Dav5s of Bushton Ill are visiting Mrs Davis father Frank Johnson and his family and her brother Ellis Johnson and his children MrsI Davis is one of twin sisters the other one being Mrs Forest CecilI If vou want a fine razor aseood as you can buy for 2cal this at office and got one for 1 We also have a few watches good time keepers that can be had for 1 each Dont wait until supply is gotm i Dorsie Wilson Monday brought to our office an abnormal gtowt- e h jol apple It was really two tjpples morji complete twin apple we havef seeniSj It was ruled by Charles Byrd near 13tlydeela n- II I sChoolThethick in this section are possibly interested as to how he is progressing with his new school in Livingston Tenn and we copy theSl editorials from the Enfl terprise published in that city A good sized crowd of patrons chapellastmeet the faculty and to discuss lans for the management of the Prof Derthick announced principal rules and regulations which he and his corps of teachers hadoutlined He then called on expressissponded The management of the school is in many respects different from what our people are tic customed to but all agree that the school should start right There will be a meeting of the patrons and teachers once a month and every parent who has children in school or who id interested in the success of the school is urged tom attendThere will perhaps ba some of the action of the fac ulty at the academy in forbidding the use of snuff and tobacco and cigarettes by the pupils but there should not be Any one who has made a study of the question must admit that the child can not do its best work with its nervous eye tem polluted witha poison as deadly as tobacco No school serves its real purpose that neg den mayIbe a hard task for the boy or girl to leave ofT cigarettes or snuff but it is better to sacrifice a little pleasure now that they may gain a healthy body mind and soul Parents let us help our children to begin now to be men and women in the truest sense of the word The best thing connected with the management of the school at the academy is the use of individual drinking cups each child be ing required to have his own cup and use no other Millions of dis ease germs are transmitted by the use of public dippers or cups CASTORIAI For Infants and Children Till Kind You to Always Bought IBears the T xrVzT a Signature fia47Z7Ce4A Any intelligent person may earn a good income corresponding for newspapers experience unneces sary Send stamp for full partic ulars Empire Press Syndicate Middleport N Y I Floyd Spencer and Ed Spencer were last week arrested in Beatty ville and takes to Campton jail charged with breaking into a tore at Whisman this county Three pistols and a lot of burglars tools were tounp in their possession Go With a Rush The demand for that wonderful stomach liver and kidney cure Dr Kings New Life Pillsis astounding All dealers say they nev er saw the like its because the never fail to cure sour stomach constipation indigestion bilious ness jaundice sick headache chills and malaria Only 25c by all dealers Dr Taylor Center reports the birthof a girl to the wife of J BI Hollon Saturday Sept 25 whichi makes a record for Mr Hollow of presentIwife and all Democrats except the girls There are queer doings going on in some sections of the count Last week parties enterEd the premises of Osa and Charles Byrd near Hardemau dug up and carried1 away 200 hills of sweet potatoes Spencer Cooper editor of the HAZEL GREEN HERALD was her during the week helping the Fe oral court enforce the law He makes a model juror as well as ed itor Breathitt Co News Robt J Cecil of the firm of Ce cil Bros and his wife left Monday for Cincinnati where they will each purchase goods The first for hIS firm and the latter for Mi ISup Falay Longs millinery Boone Stamper charged with operating a moonshine still w arraigned for trial in the U Court at Jackson last week but his case was continued until nextI March term I Y L KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Coiciselyi Chronicled W P Smith of Jessamine county Ij a pair of premium leghorn chickens jf 4b According to the State geological sur J vey Fayette county is the greatest bary test j center in Kentucky i The grand jury of Mason county has instructed the Fiscal court to purchaser I j ground and erect a new courthouse Dock Padgett stabbed a man Wanted Lucas five times spar South Fork in Lincoln county Lucas is in n danger pus condition and Padgett is in jail Green Skidmore and William Padgett quarreled at an old soldiers reunion in Lincoln county and Padgett knocked 1 Skidmore in the head with a club He was placed under arrest i James King the Beattyville negro who shot and killed CharlenScribner another negro a short time since iill in Lexington j jail for safekeeping He admit tlR deed j hut claims Keifdefense I Workmen at the Wcrtz mines near Ashland found suitcase containing a j lot of woman clothing and a womans bat and slippers in a lonely place No one could identify the articles anda mystery surrounds the findIUnder the provisions of an ordinance passed by the city council no license can be granted to sell liquor outside of four squares in the central part of Frankfurt This action was taken because of the re teat militia disturbances in The Craw Hon S W Hager has clued a deal with W Q Adams of Owensboro where by he becomes sole owner of the Owens boro Inquirer Mr Hager has taken charge of the paper and it will be pub lished in the interest of the Democratic partyThe tobacco barn belonging to Henry Day near MaysviUe was di strayed by fire last week The barn was a large one tobaccoabout 4000 Thought to be the work of incendiaries William Oreutt aged 31 had his collarbone broken and was otherwise seriously injured by the caving in of a trench which he was digging at Dayton He was burid to his shoulders by the dirt and rocks and was dug out only after aj great deal of dillicully Jim Stewart the negro arrested about month ago for an assault upon a white woman Mrs IteSnberger and sent to Louisville to escape a mob was brought to Bowling Green arraigned pleaded guilty and was on his way to the Eddy ville penitentiary in three hours He was given a twelveyear sentence Although Lloyd Cornett had been in formed by letter that hia first wife was dead when he married the second time the Appellate Court in an opinion by Chief Justice Nunn affirmed the jugd went of the Harlan Circuit court making Cornett a bigamist and sentencing him to the penitentiary for three years Without parents relatives or one friend Sandford Wilson a youth drifted into Covington Attorney Walker C Hall met up with Wilson and learned of his condition took a fancy to him on account of his manly ways and brightness and decided to give him a home Mr Hull appeared before County Judge H P Stephens and was made the guardian of HintonyW Va where his mother died about six months ago and the father about threes months ago It is the intention of Mr Hall to place young Wilson in his law officeLast year an explosion of dynamite in the Rose Run Iron Company of Bath county destroyed the sight and hearing of Robert Yarbrougb an employe of the company He brought suit and recover ed 5500 damages He has now brought another suit against the same company for three dollars per week so long JIll hei is unable to work which of course means the rest of his life Yarbrough asks this judgment a beneficiary of the certaiya sum of money collected monthly from each employe and set aside for the bene fit of sick or injured employes Thep are entitled to 3a week as long as they are unable to work injfiecate that the enemies of Ed Callahan odarmed siege Fearing to appear la the 1open since he was shot down in the d60rj j of his store about six months ago Calla ban has had built a long board walk from his dwelling house to hia store walled on each aide with heavy timbers so that lieI may go from his home to his busines without being seen or shot The walled walk terminates at the rear of the store building where there is a small well inclosed office Here the besiegei man stays during business hours nevei 5iaBi i hiSI son Wilson come into the office to mike reports and consult him about the Loaf tf OeM Armed men prevent other intro siOD ii J i I I I I r I h i r M CASIORIA For Infants and Kind Nave Always Bought Bears the Signatureof r t In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIAI THE aCIIYu caY rcw taCITY CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandisv Country Produce etc Our stockot Spring and Summer Goods is complete LuustI CALICOES at 5 Cents a Yard i iOUR FINE LINE OF SHOES and Children The You OXFORDS il 11IftJt4 i I THE NEXT SESSION OF IIAZELC REENACADEMY r WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1 i Kash Johnson Kashi DEALERS IN General Merchandise 1 COUNTRY PRODUCE co j 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 Staple aqd Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetable in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quat for a WOMEN AND MEN and sell them at the lowest margin of fit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Sh3g r of our former immense stock including iu the lot some very fine ud many suitable pair n bargain will be sold 9 At Cbst and Cryand Even Less i Kash Johnson A Kash I I ii- I yi i 1 I Il 1 TVi f 4 i I V I I I I 1 I Ten Doctors Said He Would Die In 1903 we wrote you regard ing my husband who was suf fering from heart trouble He was superanuated by the North Georgian Conference Ten doc tors at difFerent times said he would die You advised Dr Miles Heart Remedy and Restorative Nervine we did as advised and improvement was apparent from the very first He recovered and the ConferenceinHe 1904 gave him a charge never felt better although h has very heavy work and does i a great deal of camp mectin work I am so glad we too your advice and gave him the medicine and feel that I ough- to let you know of the wonder ful good results from its use c MRS T S EDWARDS Milner Ga This proves what Dr Miles Heart Remedy will do Get a bottle from your druggist and take it according to directions It does not matter whether you heart is merely weak or ou have organic trouble if it doe not benefit you take the empty- bottle to your druggist and ge your money back AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADE f TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newsp- per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every Statem The seventyfourth year of its txistmce firms the Toledo than at any period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week by more than a million people Its field is not circumscribed by State boundaries but involvex the length and breadth of the lnited States giving it an unquestionable right ot claiming to be the greatest national weekly newli countryThe is distinctly n family publishershas Americant to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it is kept clean aud wholexome The newsiof the world is handled in a com prehensive manner and the various depart taitaking light to the wowen aud children current prtjudice idea of pleasing the greating number of lie 1 IIempbooktion umns are conducted with the purpose fgiving the patrons a medium tor the ex change of ideas and information on farm topics No department is neglected bul I every feature is taken care of with thejidea yofmaking The Blade worth many times the yearSampleTHE BLADE Toledo Ohio KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNQw fOR COUCHSPRICE Fret MB ALL THROAT AND LUND TROUBLES I GUARANTEED SATZSFAOXOB I i OB JCONEY REFUNDED7 TnO WiIlOnostOI Bankt WINCHESTER KY N H WJTJlEItSlOoNIrciIW Paid Up Capital 81OOOOOOO I Undivided Profits 17000000 Handsome Deposit o- flover 850000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus mess men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and often its custom era every facIlity and the mostliberal oClfgitimatebankinlt ORNAMENTaA r TREES JEverytMnrj for ORCHARD fcAWN and GARD- ll H F HILLENMEYER SON i LEXINGTON KY Write for Fr J DAY HOUSE Hazel reen Ky fire LOU DAY PrapriotorjJ ckylargeand A Fl ted by EU throughout and epaeia- ipe an opted guJo tnyelag sap LnY Good Roads Mean Change In Moonn taw lAnna F Jfaclecn in the Lexington herald j The mouDJtaiu people of Ken tucky are not at all patient under the process qf being painted in the true called tlocal color They protest that they are tired of beio presented ns types and moreover us types of undesirable qualities It seems trange to me dry commented 1n observant monntam woman that reporters and star writers can fool people PO easily The Lord mjjide us all I shoulddj think anybody would know H haa made lis up here human as well as them It is the ancient war between the people in search of material people3 who furuis the material o photki upiindignautt I i I question 3 I quesItiontain town tjnrninp her back on the I new hank atid modern schoolhouse was enthusiastically pointing he camera at J shabby family group iin an oxcaVt making their slow way from s me remote cabin up a 1rI There nrd in the mountains al1 enltghst ouineut and social position as there pigts a spadba spade moot- taiueere uront by any means always the mountaineers of the nov oust and the missionary But one and all landed proprietor and shack renter college graduate and illiteratei tlmoy resent figuring iin art and literature as foudists moonshiners and ignoramuses You try to work on their sym wbao cau only hold his job by ferreting out the dramatic and the picturesque 1 elements of mountain life It isnt th4 reporters fault that a moonshine still is more picturesque that a licensed Blue Grass distillery or a feudist with five urea on his list more dramatic than the cashier of the hank It is the reader not the novelist whose tastp compels tho latter to put bad grammar in the heroines mouth aufl sends the heir to the moea grow i well for water for his ablutions hi the tin basin on the bench outride the door A bathroom with white tiles and open plumbing would cause an appall tug drop hi the sale of the book The mountaineer doesnt deny the feudist tile moonshiner and tl unwashed He only protests agaiti time false impressions going fort that these people are iepresenta the fThe plea that newspaper men novelists and illustrators have toJ make their livings leaves hUll u moved He is quite unwilling sacrifice himself on the altar of either art or altruism Its all lies anyhow grumbled substan tial farmer upon finishing a recentj novel dealing with his section I know every man that lives on Squabble Creek and there aint no sucha pyrsou as Buck Cons dine And everywhere these unwilliu victims ofthe pen and camera find comfort in the thought that the day as material for fiction is rap theIbegun by church and school Everywhere it is recognized that isolation thu long appalling solution of the moiintam homes has been the chief auee of ignorance law breaking kind ill feeling All eye4 look forward to the supplying of the mountains most iim- mediate njeed increased transportation facilities More railroads of course but first and most good wagon rods The coal the timber the oil1 and gas the reopening of the salt wells chief source of prosperity all kinds wait upon good roads And just as much tho mountain people realize good roads as neces sary to education living conditions and happiness in general determiL portion variably pries to obstruct progress nil prove too strong when the matter comes to a vote That porI stratumENtaxpayer on whom would fall the adS vocate for good roads al most to d man but they have had their doubts about the mass of nontaxpayers which habitually opposes flew bridges jails or school I houses r On I tbjji point a giant Clay coun ty character unlettered but much esteemed for his cbrewd wisdom opinionYon fel l loos that has to work the roads is a goto1 to vote agin the tax 1 TbeTJFnpad oypr having to 1 rI f t payTheylli I git the roads in shape whar they wont have to work em for nothin propertdontv can pay somebody to take the dgthat glts mad and theyre gain to vote for the new kind of roads thatYI his a haYlately had his life threatened iif ho complained the condition of 3hiB route again ThP road being so bad that to travel on wheels was dangerous to life the mail1 carrier protested but a committee of noaccount and shiftless felI lows waited upon him to say th the men along that road had de cided never to work it again ttto warn him that if be made co plaint to the authorities he would Ibe a dead man and he would commented the narrator wit IIa gloomy satisfaction All through Eastern Kentucky there is a deep stirring of vitality The people are awake and away- r They are thinking real though and frankly facing real conditions And the one thought uppermost aud immediate is the determination to have as good roads as I ural condition permit and all t advancement and prosperity that good roads will mean iOne of His Father Ways Mr Jefferson had not been alto gather an exemplary husband and father but he possessed certain en gaging qualities which secured him many friends and made his death 1the cause of sincere mourning to his widow Mis Jcffson she s done broke up over Ebnezcrs bc in took off frm do pneumony said one of the neighbors She suttnly is said another mournin around de house all time she goes Why day bcfo yistday I was thar helpin her an she only stop cryin once au dat was to spank little Eben for takin mlasscs outn de jug right into 1Ms mouf when her back was turned When shed spanked him good an set him down she says to mat He makes me tink ob his pa s much I cyant bear it an bus right out cryin agin Youths Com panion Summer In Greenland IIAmnong the interesting tions made by the Danish Greenlandexpedition is one on the sudden oncoming of summer in that changeet1ithe temperature of the snow hail risen to ihe freezing point and thenl in one day it all melted The rivers were rushing along flowers wer budding forth and in the air t TLouc day and most of them even at the same hour One day there were only the ordinary ptarmigan and j 1 the raven the next there were t sanderling the ring plover t goose the cider duck andman others Delicately Put perfectgt1y justIj ticitus us glass was ply gorgeous But the second d may was rough and cr decidedly dis gorgeous Everybodys For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot five rooms in ea house Apply at this office WtM as Wen as Mei an Made Elrab 9 by KMwy ail Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discouragesandlesseiisambition beauty vigor and cheerful ness soon disap t out of order or ills ellsedKidne that it is not uncommon for child to be afflicted veak kidneys Ifth childurinates too often ifthe urine scalds I i the flesh or if when the childreaches age when it should be able to control t i passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet I ting qepend upon it the cause of the dill culty is kidney tropble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublel tohabita o Women as well as men are made miser able kidney and bladder trouble and both the same great remedy ofJSwby druggists in filly c do11aFizemayhaveby mail free also a J pamphlet telling alII When thekidnesaret troublebecome a born with with need about SwampRoot 1Iocincluding many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferersn v ilremedyj Co Binghamton N Y be sure d i i mention this paper Dont make nameiGla 5Jir IIEASINESS OF DEATH Thai Lat Moments Rarely Witness Reall Physical Sufferings Ifis as natural to die as It is to allroi place in the act of dying is the au tom tic tissue struggle against dis solution and is not recognized by the individual who seems i to bed acu sly suffering Occasionally inI the elirium of fever in uraemia a oth r intoxications in certain of the brain degenerations witnessed in oldage there is bn exhilaration or hap y peaceful calm that pervades sceneIr one dear ladya Sweat den orgian who believed that after dea h one would follow the pccupa congenialmpresent life llady was especially fond qf babies fondling carehcame a linger ing most painful illness at the final pervadedher Nowtosee light see a baby Yet nature is not often so lavish 1with her kindness Usually every athedeath it is often difficult eyen im possible for a certain times to say whether the soul has fled or not It was long debated in medical circles whether or not there was a reliable test for death Indeed the tissues always survive the departure of the vitalspark for a longer or shorter time A muscle will contract to the electric current for a considerable time after the eye is dull the intel lect a closed hook the soul on its way The hair grows palpably after deathOf exceptionsand so 1am toldsome one dies really in conscious terror and pro test but I have not seen such a tak ing oil and I can state candidly that of the many scores of deaths that I have witnessed in hospital and out among the very poor and very wealthy the young and the old the- o pious and the blasphemer some of which have been very painful to be hold in nearly all of them the main actor at the last moment was not conscious of what was going on The occasional examples of con Gstnjore so instances of terminal tortureE L Keyes M D in Harpers Magazine Five Stages of the Sword jit may be said that the evolution throughv menheUlemere pleasure gave stupendouswere said to have been accomplish timeheandhcruyt abilitytoI Saracens Succeeding this period sprang the noble season of skillful fence as the sword no longer a weapon of pure attack became a mixed arm of offense and defense combined Finally we see its fall accouItermentthat no one dreamed of during the days of its first rude and barbarous use Exchange ChConvincingThe landed proprietor purchased a carriage horse to match one he aI latertoo the new arrIval- Weel sir said Sandy hes cert inly a gran lookin horse but hes a temperWhat SanpearWed ho disna seem to tak k ndly to onybody sir In fact he disna like me to gang intae his box to feed him even thehorsesdown yet thats all His surround donthehis temper L I didna either at first sir re r marked Sandy Hhut he kickedme clean oat o the box twice an when ye como to think about it thats sort j convincin Poor John j flyf revisitedhis Hooverfamily t 1 fjHooveran fj II otherbrother i New York and Mary the sister flneverfl i tookDrjjsupportjj 9 i 1 i I iJir I I WomenWorn lWomen worn and tired from overwork need a 4JJ tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will J not leave you of itself You should take Wine ofB I Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments andfctweaknesses of women Thousands of women have r tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great 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