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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r + yf 1TrnLIJAzEL GREEN HERALD + Famous in the Story ot Jonathan and His Contmentby Max cRell 0 oxEB C n OiTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky po Mountains 100 a Year iis Atiraecs IFTH YEAR H = = =TWENTY HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 23 1909 NTTMBEIt16t JJ Ijangton and Eastern Railway Mete Table in Eliect June 21 1S08 WEST BOUND i 2ol ii AO b o u gTATiONbDulyexIball lj Sunday aunday I UUUj only lAMLveUMLve AMLve Jaekaon I 1I lU ItIU I U p ibU uw 61opw 2 25 pwi itsam- attrve UayJunct JCI 7 Sri IIW au pulb15 uw i MI 3 41 uw Torrent311um I 3 56 bu aw- ClIIpton I Nat yridg 1 45aw IuII IbbJ JII 71 IIW a 5i tun b 15 uw 4 2ii pw tvJ ummStanton Cllyb 23 hW J 35 pu 9I2 II- WLtJuncn flay 1I104hW 5 U7 pu lUaiuw- Wlacheater b 1 ItW 5U n IU12 uw art 955 loW J 05 pt 11125 uw Lam EAST BOUND No exSrAT1UNli UiSi llJuilyandtI pMLreIa31LreI I n 225thl1lOILcxlu I 0II urnum a teti 120 b 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Junction 0 11 15 t 3 00 I IJacksou 11 05 EAST HOUND t No22tt Dilly er = STATIONS = Daily ea t SlInday Sunday ASCLVBI 1 I y 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 llelechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 LceCiry 11 1 23II I 8 24 13 tlawptuu 13 t Hjj 8 37 10 Vilhursti 10 1 925 1 OK Junctiob a2 2 25 9 30 1 Jackson 27 2 30 Kos21 and 22 will make close connectioi I at 0 K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for point on the Lexington and Eastern Rail wry M L CONLEY Superintendent t RllirOfaJ I j DEPART A11K1VE to 600 a mCampton1130 am 2OD p m Campton 6 00pm j No2 No1 d ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampu JunclO 05 am 380pmCampu June 4 40pm s The Mountain Central makes r l connection with all L E pnsI lenger trains r B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKERt fCAMPTON KYi4 INFORMS citizllR of Wolfe nnd f countie that be carnes r lUBe of cflinR tasketa Burial Clotht8 rJIdeYfrYlbing ncceswary to put away the dead in decent style t ISjpecial raalietf supplied on 24 knurs notice fined tnsdeif ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals utmhstaneadttCo QEWELL C KO- SENotary Public i t STILLWATER ICY d fcitisenaWalkof f K patronagelH NajHitt at Irsidaec ea 6WIwMr ix t 4 COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority m Ifonot ally distant friendsk BELKNAP i S P Allen is in Winchester 1 this week visiting his son Lbe T Sherman Freeman has gone tot Sterling to purchase a horse IJ pacfthasore A J Crase of Burkhart is I teaching a singing school on the Frozen fork The young people report n nice at a social given by Miss Ana CenterSaturday night ii- J B Huff who recently bought farm from Jim Oney user Burk hart is preparing to move Lincoln Fletcher who got his I foot crushed very badly soma time is able to hop around on his i crutches 1 Rev J Logan Center has just I returned from Camp Christy in Breathitt county where he hate been holding meeting He reports good meeting The suit between Geo W Center plaintiff and W T Walter defendant which has ben pend in tlje Morgan fiscal court J was postponed today on nccount I ofabsent witnesses Dec 20 CoiiRKsroxnKXT Rich Mens Gifts Are Poor besido thisHI want to go on rec ord as saying that I regard Elec tric Bitters as one of the greatest gifts that God has made to wo man writes Mrs 0 Rhiuevnnlt Vestal Center N Y ICUll never forget what it has done for me This glorious medicine gives ofIly cures nervousness sleeplessness melancholy headache backache fainting and dizzy spells sc6nl up the weak ailing and1 sickly Try them 50e at all donII ers BURKHART Pies Bailey bought a mule from Em Phipps of Belknap for 150 Miss Maggie the little daughter of Mai ion Bailey and wife is onI sick list Miss Emma Elam is very muchI elated by a prospective tail tromI Peter Wages of Natty SpnrkREof Malone were in this neck o the woods last week attending to busi ness matters and calling on oldI friendsTaylor Elam and brothorin law Will Clair of Leo City wore here lEst week visiting Mr Elam father Uncle John Elam and I other relatives tRevs Andrew Cruse and Joh Burkhart of this place visitsi I the singing school at Belknap lots 1 i Sunday Mr Ciase was converted during the big revival held here by Rev Bill Yocum last spring He recently took up the ministry aud is a very fluent talker Dec 20 NAT A sprained ankle will usually disable the injured person fo three or four weeks This is du I to lack of proper treatment When i Chamberlains Liniment is appliedI a ClUe may be effected in three or four days This liniment is one of the best and most remarkable preparations in use Sold by all1 dealers LANDSAW J M Tester went to Gillmore Saturday on business Rollin Combs went to Saturday returning Monday Maude the little daughter of GeorgeBrookssldied Saturday jCHollonstought two calve fr n Robert Rose today fcr a priii vrte price- D B Center of Hazel Greent ifame over last week and sawed for ST Kash Misses Grace Smith and Maggiei Boothe of Campton are visiting this section i t+ 4t 1 TO CORRESPONDENTS5Iail your items early so they will reach our office morningMondaypusible lie fparlancebusinessandpaper only W II Taylor and W H Tackett hate completed the addition to E Kashs store Tilda Burchfield has been very sick for the post few days but is hotter at this writing MarySwungoparents Saturday and Sunday The school at this place and at Murphy are drawing to a close there being only two weeks yetoChap Brewer of Holly is haul ing logs for Rich Brewer this week Ri3h will build a dwelling at once A C Kash has moved from Campion back to the farm Un j elf Alf says there iis no place like StillwaterTMnryLouIurphy school Thursday lint says come again girls H B McGuire of this plac went to Hazel1 Grt cn to gee about gethisschuJIII There was a social at J W Combs Monday night Mort and Howard Ilahey and James S Tes ter represented this place Severalof the boys at this place are getting ready to enter school nt Hazel Gieen the first of the year Among them are Rollin Comb John Brewer James S Tester und Arthur and Otis Kash Dec 20 ANON Alone in Sawmill at Midnight unmitidtul of dampness drafts storms rr cold W J Atkius worked Ills night watchman at Banner Springs Tonn Such exposure give him a severe cold that settled in his luLgg At last he hud to giv up work lIe tried many remjj tdiis but all failed till he used Dr Kings New Discovery After using one bottle he writes I went hack to work as well as ever Severe colds stubborn coughs inflamed throats and sore lungs I Hwnorrhnges croup and whooping cough get quick relief and prompt 1 I cur from this glorious medicine 50f and 100 Trial bottle freeIguaranteed by all dealersII MALAGA Rev Henry Taylor preached at Hurst Sunday to a large and at tentive crowd T A Childors is contemplating moving to Wisconsin We hate to sea him go Porter Lawson gave an old time dance Friday night and nil seemed to have a nice time andIII Saturday and Sunday Deuidfen county moved to the baud mill at this place Thursdays Shooting Isaac Combs of Campton moved to the Hurst school house a few days ago A little daughter of Goo Brooks is very kw with something like dropsy Dr D H Kash is attend ring her- r C F Garringer of Lee City ha limbereon the Engle place on the head ofr Stillwater Roy Hurst who is teaching atI Belknap visited home folks Sat urdarand Sunday returning to his school Monday Filmore Neely who is running the gang edger at the band mill i loft for his home in Virginia Sat urday He will return about New Year 11Tho bond mill at this place i out of repair and it will be some time before it will be going again 1 as they have to send the engine to Winchester for repairs Dec 20 SHARP SHOOTER The peculiar properties of Cham berlaina Cough Remedy have been 1 epidericem ae dtaken in time of u single case of pneumonia i Sold by all dealers t a MURHPYII Bertha Murphy of near this place is on the sick list this week Many cattle passed through here last week on route to Mt SterlinJJ marketT Murphy of this place sold 1IayforGeorge Pack of Arcola Ill is visiting friends such relatives at this place i The Oldfield brothers of Mize I passed through here en route to I the Mt Sterling tobacco market I justafewcomes Dr Cook saw him up at the North Pole laying in his winter goods but later reports say Doc liedDec 20 GUESSE If you are suffering trom bili- usness constipation indigestion chronic headaches invest one teat in a postalcard send to Chamber t berlains Medicine Co Des Moines Iowa with your name and address plainly on the back and they will j forward you a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver ablets Sold by all dealers MURPHY FORK Last week Mrs Gilly Igo moved from Roe branch to W H Mur phys place Ben Murphy left Thursdrv for Mt Sterling market with a bunch i- lof j hogs cattle and mules Miss Ethel Cecil of Consolation t spent Friday at the bedside of Miss Cora Murphy who is no bet tar Prof Kelly Wheeler of our school spent Saturday and Sunday with hoinefolks at West Lib ertyThe baby of William Ayers RndII wife is very sick at this writing with pneumonia and whooping coughAndrew Cecil better known asII Lovey Dovey spent Saturday and Sunday with his grandparents at J Consolation It seems that Santa Clans is j ahead of time for last week Au aeveryThe gift pleases him greatly Ben Murphy whjo owned sevonii shares in the Hazel Green Batik sold three shares to Tom Lee of Consolation for a pair of young mules leaving Ben four shares perhaps to be disposed of later When Rev Green Brown gets moving in his head you just cant hold him hes hound to go Last week he departed from W H M nrIphys place and is now resting quietly on the farm of J S Pie roll As the old saying goes it is W H Murphys loss and J S Pie rolls gain Dec 20 PANSY Many persons fled themselves affected with a persistent cough after an attack of influenza As this cough can be promptly cured by the use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy it should not be allowed- to run on until it becomes trouble some Sold by all dealers TRENT Andy Baker of Campton too dinner with J D Edwards Thurs day Miss Myrtle Trent and brother Carl were pleasant guests of Miss Ethel Edwards Sunday Charlie Maloney of Lacy creeks was a guest of his brother Walter Saturday nightand Sunday Mrs Pauline Barker and daugh ter Dorcas were guests of J D Edwards and family Monday Several attended the candy social at Walter Maloneys last Saturday night All report a nice time Miss Ella Edwards of this place is visiting her sister Mrp J W Maloney on Big branch this week Millard Brewer of Grassy wa a guest of his father W 11 Brews er of this place from Saturda until Monday Mr and Mrs Tom Mama ofr I Lacy creek jassed through here en route to the Calaboose Monday to be at the bedside of her sister Misses Ella and Carrie Ctnter of Hazel Green passed through here Saturday en route to the Cal aboose to visit thebedside of their cousin Miss Muudie Center is very low whoII 20 i Deo MA6 iir a- to t r t 100 PAGES I LOUISVILLE TIMES OF DEC 31 f TwentyFifth Anniversary of This Fittingly The Louisville Times will com memorate its twentyfifth anniversary i by issuini on December 31 the biggest and greatest and most cnuiptote newspaper ever printed in the south or west The paper will cniHJHt of poesibiy one hundred 100or more pages eight hundred 8Xor more columns of matter It will be illus trated throughout with hundreds of halftone pictures The paper will weighover two pounds It will contain among hundreds oftspecial articles Important Happenings in the Worldti History for Twentyfive Years First Thing in Kentucky His tory Kentuckys Timber Wealth EnoughforWhat Women Have Done nod Are Doing for K nlmky- Coiuplbltt I hist of Kentucky Gov I emorsaUnited States Senators From Kentuckv The New Kentucky The Oldo Kentucky Thumbnail Sketches of AllrMembers of the Kentucky Legis lature ttnckyt Kentucky Pioneers Indians nnelt1 Mound BuilderslJTwentyfiveYears MakingGood C A Horseback Trip Through Kentucky in 1818cEducation in Kentucky From Every Viewpoint A Dream of TomorrowtA Rollcall of Kentuckys 1mt mortalsFA Galaxy of Kentuckys Most Beautitul WomentNew Pictured Views of Ken tuckys Magnificent New State CapitolAn All day Ramble Through 1 The Times Many Departments to Witness the Wonderwork Mak ing a Newspaper Sketches of Some of Those Who Began Their Lifework as Times Newsboys and are Now Prosperous 1 Men of Business City Officials of Louisville Twen tyfive Yeas Ago The Ohio RiverIts Course and Power History of Louisville for Twenty five Years All Mayors of Louisville Louisville of the Future Brickhats and Bouquets What t Friends and Others Say of Thet Timestt A Page of Toasts to Louisville aud Kentucky Why Women Should VoteII Hundreds of Otbsr Special Ar ticles aud Hundreds of Timely Pictures The Times of this issue Friday December 31 will be a history audII a souvenir worth keeping for all time Despite the tremendous exitra expense the price of this great i 2kI cents a copy Add 3 cents to thisII if you desire it mailed t j you dilrect from The Times office As a small indication of the ex pense The Times is going to inI getting out this Twentyfifth An mvirsarv Number it may be stated that the actual cost of the white paper alone used in one paper is about five centsIIf there is an agont in this town order the paper from him at once for delivery day of publication If there is no agent send your or der direct the The Times with remittance for one or more copies Lofcinf Daiss Best Its a womana delight to looks her best hut pimples skin erup tins sores and boils rob life of Afntcay I Salve cures J I soft and velvety It glorifies the r face Cures pimples sore yes cold sores cracked lips chapped hapd8 Try it Infallible for piles 2oc at all dealers Dont croak Leave that to frogs in stagnant pools A few croakeis though are neces ary in every com proI Rrr i Th iJ f MANY TOWNS SELL iREDTOtSSYTAMP i State Leaders Confer With Local Members Over Legisla tiye Members By the activity of the State As sociation for the Prevention of Tuberculosis sales of Red Cross stams have been arranged for the following Kentucky towns Ber BrandenbWgBurnsido ducah Franklin Frankfort Glas IIarrodsburgHopkinsville 4 LuGranio Lawrenceburg Leban F on Leilchiield Madisonvillo DItii Sterling Monticollo Hhelbyville aud Springfield Miss Harriet Anderson of Louis illa the secretary of the Associated Charities is acting as chair man for the sale of stamps in the State Association A number of cities Lexington Henderson and others aro conducting stamp sales for their own local work against i tuberculosis The proceeds howtever of these cities in which the work is started by the State Asso ciation will go to n fund for state work The State Apjociutitm will devote its first energies topushing state sanatorium measure tthru the legislature It will also try Co build up a largo membership ver the state Just as soon as the funds justify it a trained see will be employed for field workwhose duties will I the spread of education on the uubject throughout the state to stimulate the formation of local associations the starting of local sanatpri in as many parts of the state as possible The president of the association L Adler of Louisville the chairman of the legislative committee Bernard Flexner of that city Dr Keller of Frankfort and I others were in Lexington Wednes day to confer with the members of the Lexington Association as to the details of the bill to be pre ted iin the legislature It prob p 1 ably will differ very little from i the bill presented by the Lexington Association at the last two sessions of the legislature pawed by the last legislature and vetoedll by Governor Villson F CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always toctt Bears the- 12ignattue 1111of G 1 What to Read I 4Iwise writ r for little by little the things that we read become our thoughts and make the very tex ture of the mind During the last fi IV months the attention of HIM Amfriuaii people has been aroused to the consideration of pure and impure fwds This agitation has done gnorfor with the abundance ofjgoodtfood there is little excuse for using any food which is harmful The time has come when the American fam ily must give better attention than in the past to another matter the choice between good and bad reading We have road engugb about wickedness in tJ1fp1fblic t and private life too many stories of criminal transaction too much about the evil and uot enough about the good in life Let us have the bright and clean side of our American life only Let us read stories of heroes who re both brave and noble and not vulgar and confessed criminals The mission of the press is tohelp the reader not drag him dawn to suggest high not low ideals At this reason theaverageAmer ican family selects periodicals for the next years Let the choice he only for cleat wholesome patriot ic periodicals Send for ibeProa l pectus of the 1910 Volume of The Youths Companion and see what an amount of the best reading selected from the worlds abundance of every sprt can be had for only 11052 splendid issues Every new subscriber receives in addition to the 52 isgina for 1910 all the issues for the remain ing weeks of 1909 and the Vene tim Calendar lithographed in thirteen colors and gold THE YOUTHS COMPANION r Compi4non Building Boston Mafs dTedatthis JL il7 or rr cf r xlinj3 ft L a iLlIItlijdlJtrIiIIIIiMI 0L L II 1M 1 Women Suffer much needless pain when they delay using Cardui for their female troubles Cardui has been found to relieve headache backache pain in the side and diz ziness arising from deranged organs It does more than relieve if used persistentlymany have written to say that it cured them TAKE I It Will Help You Mrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured me after doctors and everything else had failed I had been suffer ing with numb spells ever since I was 1C years old One day I decided to take Cardui I have now taken 5 bottles and I can say that it has cured me I advise all suffering women to give Cardui a long and fair trial Mrs Johnson suffered years Have you Do you wish to But why suffer at all Take Cardui Give it a fair trial AT ALL DRUG STORES = =o = =y = = AA = r MORGAN 000NT- Y4NATTONAL t t BANK EI1 t OF CANNEL CITY KY il IJ S26OOOOO t CAPITAL SURPLUS 500000 h 1 UNDIVIDED PROFITS 487364 Is il i AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY i l1 1YOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED lJ jE L CONLEY President JOE C STRIPER Vice PresllKf urn CUSTER JONES Cashier W rT TtiT TViTTiTice + T3 mI I FARMS I FOR SALE 82 acres well improved rood product ive and grazing lauds Price f50per acreI200 acres in Bath county well improved well watered and will produce any thing Price 180 per acre 98 12 acres near Howaida mill this county good dwelling well watered and nearly all tobacco aud corn ground Price 85 loer acre 75 acres well improved in good neighborhood and good strong land Price 80 per acre 240 acres well improved and one of the best farms in the county Will raise t anything and can be bought fur 125 per acre 107 acres improved at 110 per acre 197 12 acres at llOQ per acre 100 acres at 40 per acre 55 acres at 7250as good as can be found for tobacco or corn 400 acres well improved the best tobacco farm in the county and can be divided at 12750 per acre and many others Also many residences in this city and in the suburbs This city has two nice school the largest cattle market in the world and is the best town in the blue grass section 0Now is the time to buy Land r will go 10 per cent higher within the next twelve months 0WJOFFm WOOD REAL ESTATE MT STERLING KY FARM FOR SALE 0Not being able to oversee the work on my farm on account of age and other disabilities I offer my farm of 125 acres on Blackwa ter onehalf mile from Ezel for l sale The farm consists of about r CO acres in grass balance in cultivation and timber Good 5room dwelling with all necessary out buildings fine water good orchard etc For terms and all other inr formation call on or address R D I MOTLEY Ezel Ky t FARM FOR SALE Farm of acre more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All fenced and crossfenced Some good timber andnearlall cleared land in grass Large orcirntj ever lasting fine w ter 5room dwell ing house hawa aud porches also tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be offered at a I bargain Possession given Janu aryl 1910 For further particu tars address ELLSWORTH Ilcy B No is33udin Ill k Ten Doctors Said He Would Die In 1903 we wrote you regarding 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 advisedand improvement was apparent from the very first He recovered and the Conference in 1904 gave him a charge He never felt better although he has very heavy work and does a great deal of camp meeting work I am so glad we took your advice and gave him the medicine and feel that I ought to let you know of the wonder ful good results from its use 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 docs not matter whether your heart is merely weak or you have organic trouble if it does not benefit you take the empty bottle to your druggist and get your money back We Buy FURSHides Wool Feathen Tallow Beetwu Chung Golden Sc UYellow Root MQ Apple WCa Ginger etc We are dealers isLcImnUeand 1 agent or cconinion merchants Reference cUrprM Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY Headquarters JewelrySilverware at the lowest prices You can andfittedprices centtoA R MATJPPIN WATCHMAKER I JEWELER PAMFTON KY y r ry THE HERALD Cnteredatthe Hazel Orrrn Post offlcenmecondclnR matter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 23 1900 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY I WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JudgeKELLY AttorneyII Meets third Monday in Jannaiy first Monday in May third Monday in Septem her I IWOLFE COUNTY COURT JudgeOAttorneyUOIIKKT I Meets first Monday in each month I WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first ToesI ay in October MAGISTRATES COURT District 101C M Fallen nird Friday in March June epteuioer and Decem berDistrict Xo 2 Robert Itrooks fourth Fri day in February May August and Xo vember District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May Aupust and November District Xo 11 II Legs first Friday in March May August and November District No5T C llnllon second Fri day in March June September and Dec mher District No rltoy Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District oIli T Helton fourth Friday in March June September and De cember District Xo 8J M Loveluce first Fri day in February May August aud Xo veuiber A Drunkard Redeemed Here is the story ofa young Irishman in this town who was possibly the worst degraded drunkard that ever drew the treath of life His mother was a widow and own ed her little home About the time he was 13 years of age a bawdy house was started on one side and a saloon on the other The boy whom we will call Pat Cain though it is nut his name rushed the growler between the houses either side of him and thus gut to drinking growing from bad to wurse until nut a decent man woman or child would notice him He was frequently in broils of some kind uud just as often in jail until about three years ago when his mother tried to persuade the management of Hords Sani tarium to take him and trat him They told her it were sheer folly Even if we cure him he would go back to his old haunts because no one else will have anything to do with him However she insisted and said she would risk the 125 He was in jail at this time but they secured his release and the sheriff of Shelby county delivered him here This mother in paying his fines had plastered her property over with mortgages to pay his fine and after he took the treatment she put ou a still further mortgage to get him a scrub team of mules He went to workand this last summer not only paid off the mortgage in full 300 with accrued interest but he at the same time put iu batik 1006 tukivgboarders But when be took the whisky cure he drove them away and said he could and would support his moth er without her slaving for others and up to date he supplies her ev ery week with abundant fun us He owns today three good teams scrapers plows aud all tools luo s sary for ditching railroad build fug transfers etc and is consid ered one of the most upright con tractors iu this section After treatment he announced that he would henceforth live to make his mother happy the rest of her days and so far he has fulfilled the promise Today he commands the respect of all and without security can go to any bank in town and borrow 200 to 300 on his own good name Is such a trans formation not an excellent exam ple of what Hords Sanitarium can do for a person Every word of this story is true except that all his depravities are not detailed Very truly SPENCER COOPER The dedication exercises of the new capitol builing iu Frankfort will hot be held until May 24 1010 ia the decision of the capitol commission as given out last week There is no way of improving a place so much as by encouraging good merchants good schools and good people to settle among you and this can not be done unless you spend your money at home u 1 According to a report sent to i IIcon res from the war department are 14074448 men in U e Cnited States who are available for military duty but not organ ized The reports show that the aggregate strength of the militia in all the states is 120058 There is more catarrh in this section otI the country than all other diseases put to- getheriji and until the lust few years was I i supposed to be incurable For a treat ma 1 i ny rears doctors pronounced it a local dis ease and prescribed local remedies and liyI I constantly failing to cure with local treat ment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufac tured by F J Cheney S Co Toledo 0 is the only constitutional cure ou the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They otter one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and tes timonials Addre sjIj F J CHENEY A CO Toledo OII Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation The Cause of Many I Sudden Deaths countrvmostdan There is a disease prevailing in this I deceptivei deaths are caused j by itheart disii ease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease II kidney trouble is allowed to adancet- lIekidneypoison ed blood will at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous ness or the kidneys themselves breakdown and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys SwampRoot corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity throughthethe night The mild and immediate effect remedyiscause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwampRootsold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free bv mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton SoY When writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of Swamp Root if you do you will be disappoi- ntedDRESSMAKING 0Mrs FeN DAY DrlssmuklJlgEstahlibment pared to make all garments for luaiea wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits there by making an old suit appear as new She solicits the patronage of the public and guarantees sat isfaction manyfriendsrecogiize this fact that she has had an experience of thirty years aud- IS amply able to meet all demands Tile WWsler Bank t N H WINCHESTER tt i7 u asrto WK KYii Paid Up Capital I Undivided Profits 17000000 Handsome Depoult of i Sacco stoolThis aak- reolicits the merchants farmers traders aud bus iness men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custon ers every facility and the most liberal legitimatebanking fe 4tfxM feV 4 fri S i FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN Catalog on Application No Agents flF HILLENMEYER do SONS LEXINGTON KY KILLTHB COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I FOR j COUGHS PRICEI 14TrialD AU THROAT AND LUNI tROUBLES GIIA ANTZZDSSTIMFAOTOg I O YOUY asuum c it1o l A o qqhOhqqhho h 44 t1O + lJijG 7P k oU I Millinery Opening I f I BEGINNING I I t IIo FRIDAY OCTOBER 25II i Dd4 and continuing one 4e weekII G I have just received my Fall Goods of Millinery IDry Goods and Notions Full line of Cloake 1 Skirts etc Everything uptodate Call and see tt ti1 UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE Ii LONGo I ao M KASH SAMPLE 1 Dealers ift General Merchandise to the citizens of Haztll Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of 11AUlltllIICe L S ES GENTS t Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc snit thni their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Diy Gods Notions SELECT FAMI Y GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspection as THE WINTER TERM F- IIAZELGREENACADEMY y i WILL BEGIN TUESDAY JANUARY 4 10 A School with a reputationbroad thor 1f tough Christian successful experience in train ing teachers Courses equal to any College in the State Firm discipline Expenses low Send for Catal- ogCECIL Y BROS Dealersjn General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our Fall and Winter Sto k of goods is the most complete land uptO date of any store in town Here you will find Dress Goods from THE BEST BRANDS OF PRINTS at 5c a yard TO SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE I We have alse added a nice line of az YE C Tto keep you warw You can alo find Trunks nail Suit Cases to suit You Dont fail to call and see W Y HIKE FORtHickey33H a meals in town ONLY 25 CENTS I i r I f 7 i r q c 1LY 1 ACowqh Medicine I Ayers Cherry Pectoral is a reiU1ar cough medicine aestrong medicine a doctors medicine Good fork speccoughs hard coughs d Tate coughs If your doctor i endorses it for your case take- t I If not dont take It Never 3 Lit ry rygo contrary to his advice 1 1 i pua J r rormnlu AWa ateobolfN sWeurns Jon Jour W 1 duster Tbe dose of flyers Pills is small only afljitbcdtime As a rule laxative doses are better than cathartic doses For con 1 gptnon biliousness dyspepsia sickV beidtcties they cannot be excelled s gCXi E HERALDlII 1 JERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL Mrs Mary Over last week sold scow and calf to Roe Nickell for 31 j Miss Alice Wille of Toliver is a guest of Mrs W T Caskey this week 4 Mrs Ellen Piyratt is visiting i her son Curtis on Grassy during the holidays c Malcom Barker and Coon Ar f nett went hunting Tuesday and a caught four rabbits and a bird i J S Rittenhouse and wife left yesterday for a visit with relatives Jand friends in Ohio and Indiana I Miss Lula Nickell will leave Friday for a visit with her cousin 7 Mrs Everett Back at Cannel City i Ohlldror cry FOR FLETCHERSc t CASTORIA George Dyer says his hand isU t well and is ready for any job that HOD J W Perry has in store for him Miss Yilgiuia Day left Saturday fljr Cannel City to visit her sister i Mrs Everett Bach during tho holiday Miss King one of the teacher at the academy left Monday for her home in Lexington to spend the holidays There are always a good many paople who keep the balance of the howJI they live so well 1 Miss Augeline Wills returned Tuesday from a Lexington hospi i tal somewhat improved and is uow if at Dr Marion Centers G B Stamper and S of Campton and W iiAttorneYhJackson were in town t r s legal business kkMisses Ella and Carrie Center t visited their cousin Mandie Con ter in The Calaboose neighbor hood Saturday and Sunday i The public school at this place f closed last night with an enter t 1 tainment A moro extended no f tice will be givea next week j Rev James Dyer will soon mov j to the Jack Peck house near J T Days mill Jack will go to a house ri on Lacy creek owned by JT DayI Miss Angeline Wills ot the Tol l iver neighborhood was taken toI tLexiugtonI for medical treatment I She was accompanied by Dr Cen Atar rAletter just received from Speu car Cooper says ho has improve l I to much that he may start on his I f journey home next Monday 27t I r ittet ro consequence of the lengthy I article descriptive of Berea College isea our fourth page a great deal Ifr I other matter has necessarily boeuI Omitted this week The ladies in charge of the baa I Ii tot last week wish to expres- SI many thanks to the people rji5 the town and surrounding coun KS for their liberal contributiontl I tjoto Taylor Day for the use o More room II rForI The strong drink is one of the most loathsome and ruinous of vices The culture happiness re pose and purity of the home vanii ish and become the scene of misii ry strife and pollution by the use of whisky I Bpenk of thejtr miseries which the drunkard car0ties into his family I talk of hiRC wife and children in rags young i L women robbed of virtue and mod II esty young men deprivedof mnuaI liness and truthwives Cbreakj tIhosbandst 0tyrantsj and furniture and converted into I I arenas of strife brutality and crime The strong drink is the I ot all forces to clog the pro of goodness For these and iin gladifI WofoII county would inquire ilriverI I i lihavei i the next session of the Wolfe Cirs cuit court Yours for better times I I II REV J LoGAN CKXTKU iI Belknay lKy I A Good Institution i in At a regular meeting of the stockholders of Hazel Grnen Haut held last Saturday the following l I EIFI Rose R A Kash T Z1 Lee F M1 Phillips JB Elkins 011 Cecil I and R H The followingPattonEollicers were then I elected E F Cecil president a S Rittenhouse vice president and R H Patton was reelected caehier I During the past year this instiMtution has grown much in popu lanty among the people of t isa tlsecover 9000 while the not earnings for the past six months over 400 This speaks in the n1HI i IecurefullmsinlslwilljI next twelvemonth theIIIwo II g Here is the way the papers will f write up weddings ten years heuccII i uthe bride loosed very well in ajj traveling dress but all eyes werej 11 centered apon the groom ITejjj wre a dark suit that fitted form perfectly and in his hiII gloved hands he carried a else His curly hair was beauti I I fully done and a delicate odor of hair oil of the best quaily flouted i down the aisle as he passed 1hIaI i eyoungthat he is married He is loved by all for his many accomplish ments his tender grace and his winning ways The lbride com mands a good salary as bookkeep er and the groom will miss none of the luxuries to which he ha n been accustomed A crowd o fII Iof oprettyaeroplane 1 Our solicitor approached a manI the other day and asked him to subscribe for TilE HERALD and the man answered that he was too poor and could not afford it Now thi Tooefeedpoorher the crumbs from the table and the waste from the kitchen andI she will lay eggs enough in a few months to pay a years sub crip- I tion Then work her up into po t I III pie and she will pay first cost and you get the paper as clear profit for the waste you feed hor HoI peat this process year after year tiflanddd cease to be poor I regh Methodisular t church here Saturday and Sunday III last and will bf at Cannel City n xt Sunday 2Gth inst YOU CATCURRHAT BAGHACHE headacliPaine and oeral Isngunr Get n paekiige lf AUSTRAIINLF tiletroth r Grays Kidneypleadantyo81a4derclI 13fee all run down tired weak and f t en ryy nile this remarkable combination c jji As a rlulHtor 1II ilII 1 Jie MGWCZJZLi x i i4ti 1 Do not fail to tee our hand goods11Pefruits such as bananas oranges apples cranberries figs and rais TaoyiFor Sale 530 fine select oak Canneleesi y and one mile of Licking river all on my partner L C Patrick ykins Ky B F MCCLURE On our fourth page will be found n article descriptiye of Berea llege It gives an outline of he advantages of that institution f learning und will be foundvery a interesting reading IJor PierattIouch lot five rooms in each house Apply at this office theriteNorth Polo which follows the ur- I s of articles we have been pub sililIg is necessarily crowded out but will again be taken up next BereaIThe greatest danger from mflu onzti is of its resulting in pneu byiIIiitusing Chamberlains Cough Rem wlv as it not only cures influenza but counteracts any tendency of the disease towards pneumonia Sold bnn dealers ataI S preparingnlPavorvery interesting Christmas en tertl nlllent which will be rendered 1 1at the academy building tonight Thursday The exercise is being j ofrortrelisses Hines and McCallum All re invited to attend and enjoy he program Admission 10 cents Wants It Another Year Karelin Ill Dec l09Spencer Cooper Haze Green Ky Deur Sir Please find enclosed pleaseIour old HERALD as it seem like cant g t along without it We line crops this season and andoodyours a merry Christmas and a uIlY and prosperous Maw Year remain ItS ever your friend M A MURPHY IL F I Route 1 ILiberal Terms the largest I retail clothiers in the world and am prepared to dress smart men in the most fascinating manner in the latest popular style and on asy payments Qall on or write and I will serve you at the earliest date BURNS ELAM Agent Box PI Hazel Green Ky Stung For 15 Years pangstrymgIworthiallynfediuine in vain B F Ayscue f In tl5hle N C at last used Dr Kings Now Life Pills and writes they wholly cured him They euro constipation biliousness sick headache stomach lhvI er kidney and bowel troubles 25c at all dealers MIENsLEARN TELEGRAPHY Take Advantage of Onr Great Special Offer Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING Hlld RAILROAD AGENCY- I reduced to 15 and 250 of stu dents railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to learn a first class trade that pays a good salary every mouth in the year Excellent hoard at low rates New nan has delightful climate 8000 inhabitants moral surroundings Students qualify in 4 to 6 months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARAN TEED POSITIONS paying 45 to 05 per mouth to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid pro motion Diplomas awarded Great demand for Telegraph Operator Write today for our Free fri paqe illustrated Catalog which givesI full particulars SOUTHERN SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY Box 273 NEWMAN CA Sd cribe for the Herald 140I tYTJ l r L Last Monday afternoon about 4 ocl lck the people of our town were startled by the clanging of the fire bell It was found that the building belonging to F2Long and occupied by his son Osee and family was ablaze It is supposed that the fire caught from an overheated gas stove fir some defect in the piping Most of the furniture and household goods were saved but tho building j was completely consumed The i I smokehouse with ill its contents consisting of the winters supply- of I meat and provisions was also total loss There was no insur ance on any part of the property destroyed and the loss falls heavy on the owners The good roads amendment to the constitution which was adopt ed at the November election does not as is by many erroneously supposed automatically tax any county says the Cynthiana Democrat It simply gives the people of a county the right to vote for the issue of bonds or for other means to secure funds to improve and maintain the turnpikes and other public tonne No county is taxed unless the people of thatI county vote the tax on themselves When you hear a man sneering at the local papers you east safely bet he dont spuiid his timo mak ing them butter They who dont j see a benefit arising to a town i from its newspaper havent as much U8e as u cove oyster and are f about as much value to a town as- a tenyearold delinquent H P Pieratt of Madison coun ty was in town several days dur ing the past week attending to business and renewing acquaintance with old friends He made a social call at THE HERALD ofiice and went back to Richmond Wed nesday morning to be homo for I the bolidayeII 1 Monday December 27 the election i of officers of Mizpub No 507 F A M LodgeII place at 10 oclock at the Masonic Hall after which dinner will be spread in the lower ball for the members of the fraternity famil ies and friends A gcod time is ji anticipated i Raleigh Gose of Hll18tead Kiln I and Dial Jones of Wall S D who are in this vicinity visiting friends i and relatives made a social visit I to TUB HERALD Monday They i seemed well pleased with the improvements that have made been made here since they went nest LostWhile returning hone to Lacy creek from the academy last Wednesday Miss Plossie La cy lost a grip containing clothing and other articles Finder will please return to W P Lacy or no tify him at Hazel Green postoflico I and receive reward Other cities aud towns in tho state are going dry by a vote of the people but Hazel Green is go ing dry from a lack of water Nearly every well in town is dryII owing to the continued drouth The Hazel Green Dramatic club I went to Jackson this morning to givea rendition of the pIaCOnt of Bondage under the auspices of the Ladies Aid of the Christian church of that placeIJ i The many friends of Uncle Char lie Cecil will be pleased to learn that he has about recovered from his recent severe illness and was walking urday about the streets last SatIIjI I The living expenses of the peo ple have reached a point of inflated values that can not last There will be more actual distress among the poor this winter than ever be fore Andrew Oldfield of Grassy sent his crop of tobacco amounting tojI something like 3000 pounds toii Mt Sterling but we have not learned what disposition he mad t of it A valuable dog belonging to w1 T Caskey was shot Tuesday night I briJgejItfoxtj M hp iftiajphJM Mlle J P f t The Kind You Have Always Eougkt and which has beena1 tin I use for over SO sears has borne the signature of flTk isoni All Counterfeits Imitations antI JtLStasgood are but Experiments that trine vitU aHI rndnnjjpr the health of Infants and Children Experience ajpiust licperimont What 1usCastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare runic Drop mild Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its r o is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverislmesw It euros BLirrlnws and Wind t Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Jowtls giving Juraithy and natural sleep The Childrens umlcetrlc Mother s ivieml GENUINE CASTORA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of gypaThe Kind You Have Always Bought a ktkk- I jInUse For Over 30 Years THC INTAJK COMPANY 7r UU rCT l tW VOHH CITT T i 1t u W 3 xt ITthe oldest and the laigtst 1 banks that arp the safest Observation and experience answers NO Then deposit your nion y in a bank that is under control A hack that Jesus its money in small sums well distrib Jut and well secured 111 A bank that is couptrvative and will protect its depositors 1Thi opportunity iis offered you by The HAZEL GREEN BANKIE F CECIL President E H PATTON Cashier t Wv IWINTERu- tCOMING and wo are note prepared to help you git ready for it Our Full fill Ymter line o- fMILLINERY Dry Goods and Notions Iiiis complete An Elegant playff Beautiful PattErn Kstsjrimtnir r Sfapc etc A Beautiful Selection cf TailciEd ails Cats and Skirts for Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest toii sell you Prices reasonable Your patronage tolicittd-l- I Yours truly MAPBL TROY 1 Kash John n sn Kash jj- i jtDEALERS IN General erchandiseCOUNTRY PRODUCE c KY1Llvitel theIVegetables in season Farmers Hardware fcc and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOESsa spa ciiilty Wi have them in all the varied styles and qua ty for WOMEN AND MEN md sell thorn at the lowest margin of rofit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former imuiPiifip sr k includiig iii the lot sumo very fine and ninny purrs of suitable firm show = every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less KASHefI1054 aOHN WHITE OOu AND H DESHIGHEST lIAIillET ringPAID roISMID cactc ant tadl Writdr UstccntJcmJnathb Ii 183TLcr A L f- y I = rd I I t ACROSS THE BEREA CAMPUS I Showing Lincoln Hall the Library and Chapter three of the seven largest buildings What Berea College Offers Students t Five DepartmentsCollege Academy Normal Vocational Schools Model Schools Seventy teachers Twentyfive buildings Library with 25000 volumes and splendid reading room with current magazines WaterworksElectric Seven Seven Gymnasium Literary Vocational ScboolsIISplendid series of i Fully equipped laboratories for scientific workr t m Splendid workshops for trade schools I r n- j I i n jJThree Christian societies Athletic facilities Music Department with free Choral classes v Band of twenty pieces J Well equipped new hospital Trained nurses and the college physician Last year 1221 students made use of these advantages Will you be one of those who enjoy them this year t The Normal Department J a No profession has greater honor than J that of the teacher and none gives more Immediate profits and more help In getting on to other and higher j things In the Normal Department of Berea College the work of training teachers has been reduced to a sci ence The facilities are the best pos tible and the results attest continu ally the superior excellence of the gmdinatesI tons everywhere and the satisfaction j which they give as teachers all form testimonials which cannot be equaled by any other school The Normal Department presents peculiar and nrl raled opportunities p First to those who desire to secure a county certificate of any grade they have free text books free tuition and tine teachers who know bow to prepare students for examination Second to those who hold first class certificates and wish to go on with jI their education They can enter for a i regular course In January and com plete the work for a State Certificate ar a State Diploma examination by at tending Winter and Spring for two or three years I Third to those who wish to take ajj I of Schools boys oldest college course leading to the degree of I Bachelor of PedagogyTbey can go Vatralgbt on the Normal course and win the degree In tqur years Tuition tree In all these courses expenses such as board lodging I and Incidental costs are fully set forth In the table on this page and show that this unrivaled education can be obtained at Berea for much less then elsewhere The total cost need not n be larger than 10 a month and a part of this may be earned during the termIt impossible to detail in the short i pace available all the advantages which are offered In Berea The first and greatest in the Normal Depart meat Is the splendid faculty of teach ersIn addition to all this Normal Department partakes In full measure of the many advantages which are of jfered by the entire college and pro more fully explained elsewhere Normal students In Berea are party I1 and parcel oft and share tully In all college activities and Tbere have been so many calls recently for Graduates of the higher courses that has been unable to supply the emned and It Is hoped that an unusually large number of students a will ihta year begin preparation oBstJflBB now fi Mng for tMr t Vocational Schools Schools of Berea of fey an opportunity for a man to double Ids earning capacity In a very short time and at little work and expense Three Months Course In Bricklay ing This gives students an opportu nity to make from lrX to 3 a day during the first Summer from 2 to T r0 n day during the second Summer Mud from so to JO a day after the second Summers work It Is as good as two years apprentice work This course is specially recommended to students who wish to take a college course and earn most of their expenses Bricklayers are in the greatest demand and their wages are highest during the Summer months when students are having their long vaca In Telegraphy This gives an opportunity for a boy to prepare him self to begin work in a railroad office jj anti he will soon be able to take charge of an ordinary office If he has good I thisicostiis SG a term In addition to the regular incidental fee of the school shown i in the table tub pageICarpenter ClassThere will be an opportunity for about forty young I thisII Ito enter the classes In carpentry I It r WOODWORK CLASS I This is one the Vocational where learn the of trades from Is Dther Is the which BTeaTTBstltutlon advantagesa JBerea IThe tionCourse on Winter This Is an excellent course for any young man who wishes to take a college course and pay his way through school or who wishes to fol low a good trade which pays welL This department is well equipped and thorough training is guaranteed Agricultural Course This offers la a two years course an excellent op learnhowIstock and fruits and In all lines of general farming A large number of the young men who read this will spend their lives on farms If you are hoping to make a thousand dollars a year by farming come to Berea and learn In a short time bow to make two thousand a year by the same amount ofworkBusiness ouiplanning to prepare for clerking In a reportingInany kind of stenographic typewriting or clerical work Home Science athoroughto girls who wish either to become teachers along these lines or to be housekeepersNursing take any more students this year and those who wish to take the course should npply promptly and have their aafMS psit on M tc A GOOD EDUCATION What It Is Worthir What It Will Cost Where to Get It Page of Reading Matter of Vital Interest to Every Young IA Person Who Wishes to Make the Most of Himself- A Chance For Every One at Berea This Means You Too IGoing Away to School Many young people are Just now thinking of going away to school but as the time draws near nil the obsta ells appear at once and they get discouraged There will soon be a shift Ing of them Those who have the wisdom to see the great though farofl good and the strength to attain it in spite of nearby obstacles will be chosen for great things out of the many who will let a small discomfort now keep them from the great future good In which class will you be One great obstacle that comes up at the last minute Is the dread of going away from home It Is very bard to leave the place where you were brought up and where everybody Is meetI NORMAL GRADUATES These the kind of young people working No better alive familiar conditions and with new and unknown problems Another difficulty is lack of money A n education does not bring cash on hand at once and when It is over it will take some time to make up the spentIthings show very plainly just now and the advantages that will be gained can be seen only with the eye of faith If the boy and his par ents cannot look ahead it seems the argument 13 all against going away But if they CAN look ahead what a difference First as to friends Dozens of new ones can be made for every one left behind In the school there will hundreds of the young folks from many neighborhoods and each can pick from among them all The home friends will not be lost and when the student returns he will have them all besides the new ones And the home folks will think more of him because he will be more worthy of their respect And he will be worth more to his parents too Then as to the expense It Is small anyhow lu a school like Berea and every one has a chance to earn some thing there so this too will be much easier than it seems However it will cost something In time strength and money to get an education and these things will have to be set off against the advantages But what advantages thos are Education Is a big word and none Model Board in in a Most boys would be willing to for much less than 10 day The fact Is that w of them expect ever to get such sum for work They all to work and many them are anxious the days to pass so they can at it Some boys stop to work for or cents day or even less and think they are to think value of day at Let us see what it Is It is that we can come at It by the of life time labor from those of lifetime of labor Now If we suppose that gets 150 day and that be days In the year for years have the of labor or times 300 times 40 which equals 18 000 This is very for men less than 150 day and few can fill out the for years But let us se the value of ed eated Meet sae IAJ of us all that It means An ed boy will be more able to use all the brains he has He will find it easier to make his and to support family He will be more able to life for he will know more about it and find pleasure In many be passed by before But best of all he will better man for it and will be able to do better service for his country and his God And all this Is just as true of girl All these things would worth while If they simply put the boy or girl ahead of some one else But the time come when they have these things unless they are willing to fall Men are by edu to do their work better It is to that you are as good as sre who at Berea are that be best the next man when he has more can use them better can make more and does his more good than you do Older men did uot have the chance and their lack Is not their fault but what excuse is there for the young fellow who does have the chance but Is scared out by lot of bogies along the road The stay at home boy will soon be see ing all good places taken by and himself left far and few will look mighty small to him then and he will wish he had risked five times as much if he had only taken his But there is one other thing about away to school It gives boys or girls chance to learn to take care of This will have to come some day anyway The old folks can not always taking care of their brood and the younger man Is when I he learns to depend on himself the sooner he will get In life that will not be lost If you are one of those who now see obstacles in the path to and the highest success In life be to look at them well See how they 111 be passed and how great will the to you of having passed them are like most of the trou bles that come to usas soon as we face them boldly they Thou sands have tried it and found it so and your will be like theirs If you only have courage to start as they did For Term of Beginning Jan 5 1910 Vocational and Normal and Schools College Deposit 100 100 Room60J 600 600 Incidenta fee 500 600 700 first half tern 900 900 900 To be paid first dy2100 2200 2300 Board half term 900 900 900 Total for term 3000 lf paid full first day 50 cents i tDollar deposit refunded when keys and books are returned to proper receivers Additional fees charged h cause of increased expense in Vocational Schools are shown the on them How to SlO Day work a f a a days expect of for school get actually school 50 75 a lucky never stopping of the a school plain subtracting earnings a of uneducated a educated the ignorant laborer a works 300 forty we shall earnings a lifetime of Ignorant 150 a liberal estimate many get a 300 days a year forty now labor edscatehuaeet 4 1 1 knows ucated living a enjoy will things be a a be has MUST behind learning cation foolish say are brains money neighbors a uneducated the others behind Homesickness a dollars chance going a themselves be a a start education sure soon be advantage They disappear experience the Winter Twelve Weeks Academy 100 second S3100 3200 isUeducted article Earn paid by the month or year the highest salaries belo those of the president and of the heads of certain big cor porations 100000 But let us say that the average salary Is 1000 a year This of course Is low Now taking the same length of time forty years we get 40000 as the value ot- a life of educated labor Subtracting the 18000 we have 22000 as the value of education to the worker- It only remains now to find the average number of days those who have become educated have gone to school In Massachusetts It is seven years of 200 days each Let us say that It takes four years more to get a good education That makes eleven years of 200 days each or 2200 days Now 22000 divided by 2200 gives 10 a day as the value of each days schooling TEN DOLLARS A DAY The boys or girls who realize this will not want to stay out of school anawlll see that neglecting their lessons will be cheating themselves out of tile beat tWIr lib edleAt- P J cY ta J fFA4A4P r BEREA TEACHERS Success and Education The little book Whos Who In America contains life sketches of ncatif SCUO persons that have won distinction in some line of noble endeavor It ii very interesting to know to what extent their success came from edncatW and w may get at the facts In this way t There were according to the last census about 41000000 people In tM United States over twentyone years of age They are divided Into tote classes about as follows Class 1Without school trainingsdClass 2With only common school training OOflM Class 3With common and high school training flQflJ Class 4With college and higher education 1OMNi Now In which of these classes do we find the Safl persons who have KM i distinelionIn Among the 5000000 we findji1I-n Class 2 the 33000000 find 1In1 From tic above figures it will be seen that the uneducated child has only o4i chance ii 1 0000 of attaining distinction But a common school education wit increase Ms chances four times A high school training will increase tie chances of the common school boy twentythree times giving him eightyBern times the chance of the uneducated boy And a college education will Incresi the chances of the high school boy nine times giving him 219 times UiiJ chances of the common school boy and more than 800 tunes the chances si the untrained Amusements at Berea Berea College knowing that the desire for amusement Is just as natural as the craving for food takes much care In arranging for student amuse meats and pleasures On the first night of each term is a Jam Social at which every one has a chance to get acquainted and have a general good time Later there come smaller social gatherings for departments or classes and finally for congenial groups When we add to these things a band concert an oratorical contest two great debates and a few miscellaneous attractions such as magic lantern lectures by great travelers and students and all these are for not more than a dollar and a half It is clear that Be rea gives amusement enough Besides these there is the Lyceum course of entertainments provided at small cost to the students This year there will come a lecture by one ofi the worlds greatest platform orators a fine musical program one of the greatest sleight of hand performers in the world and a series of three lee tures from Dr Johns of Indiana Health of Students IBerea guards the health of Itsfta dents most carefully oDd the probtaf of keeping them in the best condltlM has received painstaking attention aal thought The Department of HygieM includes the college physician a tan specially trained for this partlcato j work the head nurse who Is herself i mountain girl and six apprentice jmostj nurses a contagious disease with twentyfive beds a mainhomeII with eleven beds an which Is modern In every partkular J 1EeryJ celves soon after his entrance a free 1 ItestWhen students get sick they are taken to he hospital where for pro ti tically no expense they are cared fer with all the skill and devotion posei bit The students who have been here one and all agree that if they are J going to be sick llama is the place fa which to be sick What Education Is Education Is preparation As a man looks back over his life he sees many 1things he would like to do over again He is sure he could do them better next time And if he should ever be in the same circumstances again his experiences would teach him to do better than before But experience Is Ufce a stern lisht on a boutIt lights the path behind and not in Education makes a man a better farmer or better doctor or lawyer But more Important than all this frontjj a man a bigger broader better man more able to enjoy others to enjoy life And this Is the really important thing It has been salt 1 r truly It is not so important to make a living as to live Some people ate so busy making a living that they never take time to live t The linal aim of education Is to make a mans mind and soul grow to lift him far above being a mere animal that Is content when its bodily wants eta satisfied Education is truly preparation for business but better still It to preparation for lifea I BUSINESS ROOM Where young men and women prepare themselves for office or store werfcJ These facts should be enough to show any ambitious young per son that it is time to make up his mind to go to school sad to gt to Berea and to make up his mind right now Berea is om tht louisville and Nashville railroad between Cincinnati and Knox ville If you want any further information about anything or if you want arrangements mado for your room or other affairs or litwork write tl WILL C GAMBLE Secretary ef kea CoUlee lena Xy I 1 J k 11- C i