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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, January 13, 1910. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1910 haz1910011301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, January 13, 1910. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i taFiss r- i T jv r If Jt Il J R 8 00 r9 y- y aV1HEGREEN 31 1JJ1D tt1 Established March 4 1885 Made Famous inthe Story ofJonathan and HlaContlaemtby Max OTtell 0n 1cMCEB COOIEnITLa iOwaerand cLr1 lie Oldest Most 1 =TWENTYFIFTH YEARHAZEL = n = GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 13 1910 NUMBER 29 0 h cutifllton and Eastern Railway c o JlLae Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND I nol r os Ao fi gfAT10NS Daily ex Dailyaird SUllday i 8undayundayonlyj AMlAeilMLve AMLve Jackson jjI 1U ulU I 2 20 pit iW um t i amnI f Jc 7 117awI 2U pm 71 um kaUrve 4 TorrenL7 30 am 3 41 pm 15 bmtI3 56 8ZG am7 45 am pw33 has ndg1 7 Hi am 3 67 JIL b1S bm Bunton i 8 loam 4 26 pw bbl am City I 1i5 bm 4 35 pw 902 am j j Clay LkEJaucnl 9 Wam 5 U7 pw 101 1 um ii fr Winchester J 12 bm 5 20 tin 1012 bm Jeitonat1 9 55 ltm G 05 pw 1U25am- I i i EAST BOUND i ill No4i f i 2 bully and Sunday DwyexlSATIONSI I AMUe t p2 25 OLeXIngtonI I10i 7 3 run 23 Pllli 20 IImenester I 20 S 13 urn Llt1J 82G 2 4S pm uuction1I pm 401t u Y um 35U pw UIantoni1144 9 lU am j 58 pui 430 pm Cawptou pm 4 S5 pm 57 Vat JuntDII911i11 Iun l 447 510pm pm 62 70 am am ti 05 pill 90 o6tKJuncni90I1115 run 810 pm 94 am so CONNECTIONS l L EJCatha1Iam Nos land will make coiiueciiou with the C A ORy tot bit Sterling Cuirros Ju ciio Trains hos 1 2 i lid 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTVVIJK JUNCTION 1 rains No2 will make connection at Beattyville June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville OK JUNCTJUsTrains Nos 3 and 4 cORDed with the O Jc K Railway for local stations on the O Jc K Railway W A McUOWtLL Ueueral Manager tJHAHJJCOlTUeniass Agent lute Ktgg Ballwag lime Table May 21 1906c WEST BOUND No33I 2 1 o21 Daily sal = Daily ex dandsy S I Sunday Cit1jjPJIARB 0 1c1 PMAKB 5 20 6 1 35 455 11 Helechawa20 12 19 145 131Lle City 13 12 13 4 03 Hampton H 11 51 5 52 22I Vilhurst 6 H 41 310 27 OKJunction 0 11 15 5 00Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 Z K No 22 Daily er = STATIONS 5 Daily u- r 8and y Sunday VrUILVK PMLVK 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 t 7 33 21iHelechawa 6 1 17 a 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 t4i 837 1015llhurt 20 151 925 I OiK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 o Kos21 and 22 will make close connectioi It Ot K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for i points on the Lexington aud Eastern Ral1- w11 M L CONLEY J Superintendent iiJOlllllaiIl Gontral RailIDa No1 No 2 r BIPABT ARRIVE j 600 a mCampton1130 a m 200 pm Campton 6 00 p m r No 2- 1REIVE No 1- DEPART 780 amCampn JnnclO= 05 am i 380 pmCampn Juno 440pmJ i makeSis l UDection with all L E pasI anger trains cJ t B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER1 CAMPTON KY NFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and the adjoining counties that he carries Cline of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes s d everything necessary to put away ttk styleSpecial supplied on- ti kftun notice finest made if ordered i Teams and hacks furnished funerals Alto can fill orders for tombstones co SEWELL C liOS- EI j jNotarv Public I STILLWATER KY citizensWolfeof of I vbo may Live legal papers to- ai execmle MM lib iMidesct onBtiUiraUr 3 II u r COUNTY NEWS LocalItems ofgeneral interest to a majority especiallydistant and CAMPTON I Miss Mazie Booth is very low at this writing with lagrippe Samp and Stewart Cox left Tuesday morning for Berea where will enter school Miss Nina Brown who has been lagrippeisMrs Brock Little who has been visiting her parents John Rose and wife of Lacy creek returned home Sunday J Jan 10 BLUE DELIIt The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Chain berlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They do the work whenever you require their aid These tab TJistessness j into joyousness Their action isw gentle one dont realize they have taken a purgative Sold by j all dealers fJdinLogan Nickell of Lacy creek was visiting his brother Scott 40 Sunday Mrs Della Nickell has been sick for quite a while but is improving nicely at present Charlie Elam constable of Lee City was in this section Saturday j attending to business Job Morrison of Lee City was here Sunday and said his daugh tot Mallie was in a bad condition Jan 10 DAISY Another Correspondent Writes Cortez Ely sold to E B LittleI this creek one mule for 140 J 11 Ely is very ill at presen i with la grippe We hope he wille recover soonDMrs Sarah Elam of Cannel1 City is visiting her parents O M Pratt and wifeIJMisses Esther Pratt and Emm Haddix have been visiting Mrs Gracie Palmer at Lexington Miss Lizzie Wilson of Oakdale i who has been visiting in this sec a tion for the past week has returned home 1 Cortez Ely left yesterday for Breathitt where he willspend a I few days with relatives We wish him an enjoyable trip I Several from this place attended t the social given by J D Rose and wife on Lacy creek last Saturday night All report a nice time 1 Mrs Millie Fentka has been vis itiug her parents J M Ely and wife for about two weeks She has returned to her home in llune Ind IcieQuite a crowd attended the en iI tertainment at the close of our I school Saturday January 8 which was taught by Miss Joan Rose All1 report a nice time Raleigh Cecil and wife have rei turned home from Grassy where they had peen visiting her parents William Murphy and wife We are glad to have them with us again Jan 10 TOPSV Making Life Safer Everywhere life is being mad more safe through the work of Dr Kings New Life Pills in constI pation biliousness dyspepsia iin1 digestion liver troubles kidney diseases and bowels disorders Theyre easy but sure and per fectly build up the health 2 at all dealers 39LEXIEMrs John D Rose is very ei at this writing Je was s greet of J B Elks and wife Sunday- S Rose and wife sptnt Sun da with Chas Lafevre and wife Airs S S Rose and Mrs Cha IMevre were calling on Mrs Bes 2e Rose Sunday evening f Bill Elkins of Texas was visitI jng his brother J B Elkraq of 1 t 1 TO CORRE8POHDEKTSMail your items early so they will reach our office morningSteadsif wUlnotportance Advertise no ones business write on one side of the paper only this place Saturday and Sunday As this is my first letter I will not write ranch this time and if ifescapes the waste basket I will callagain Quite a number of young folks attendeda candy social at thee home of Misses Cora and Joan Rose given in honor of the closing- of Miss Joans school- Qnite a crowd from this place attended the closing exercises of Miss Joan Roses school on Gill Saturday All report a nice time and good behavior Jan 10 SUNSHINE Saved at Deaths Door readytoTransit Bridge N Y when his life was wonderfully saved I in a dreadful condition he l yellowemaciated from losing 40 pounds j weaker daily Virulent ver trouble pulling me down to in spite of doctors Then matchless medicine Electric i Bitterscured me I regained the pounds lost and now am well and strong II For all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre supreme 50c at all dealers MURPHY FORK Tom and Shelby Lawson recently j moved from W H Murphys- to John Murphys Miss Ura Murphy of this creek Tuesday joined the many who are seeking knowledge at HrG A Joe Henry Gevedon of near Toliver returned to Lexington lust week to finish up a business course j rivertn many places was from bank to bank to serve a bridge 1bliss Stella Swaugo and brother Floyd and Herbert Legg enrolled H G A last week All are III well pleased Doc Murphy and Bud Little who have been in Lee county buy ing cattle returned Saturday with small bunch It is reported that Alex Shockey has sold his mill to John W Cox who will remove it to The Cala boose at once Last week Sherman Barker sold his property and household fix tures to Will Ayers receiving No1 Victor graphophone Otis Kash of H G A was a pleasant visitor at the home of Miss Stella Swango of Pleasant Hill Saturday and Sunday Ben Murphy has been appointed deputy sheriff under H B Brown of Morgan The community con gratulates Mr Brown on his wise selection Mort Cecil wifeand son Lovey Dovey and Miss Jane Taulbee took a sleighrideSnnday to th thome of Mrs Joe Lee Oldfield a Mize All report a gala time Four wagons and teams passed up the state road Friday They left Breathitt county some timei ago for Missouri and were returning The writer failed to learn the names of the parties- e Will Williams wbjOy was elected justice of the peacev held court IJanuary 7 This was his bra 1court and he claime-r that he het two the same dayhis first as last He resigned the next day finProf Kelly Wheeler closed his school at this place Friday Tb community was well pleased witn his efforts of teaching the childre- ck and all regretted to see hits leave He left Monday for his home at West Liberty Prof Sherman Barker the ma of music gave exhibitions at sev 1oral homes on the creek to show the musical power of his graph- e phone Those who heard the rei fined music say it was splendid1I Come again Sherman and always bring the graphophone Jan 10 Pow ihn ib Iif aicIYI STILLWATER- The infant child of Rev Jeff Brewer is very sick at this writing The writer returned home fromII Beattyville and other points last Thursday i G W Sally sheriff of Wolte CamptonSaturday Charley Rose of Hazel Green was around here trying to buy cattle for the Mt Sterling market Valentine Brewer of Coppers creek Meuifee county visited his father Jeff Brewer the first of last week Bill Elkins and wife who have been visiting friends on Stillwater for the past few days went to Hazel Green Saturday A number of saplings fell across the road on the Stillwater side of the Laurel hill blockading public I travel The cause was due to the sleet andsnow The Wolfe county board of edu CamptonWednesday i establish a county high school at that pace and employ a teacher Hermon and Earney Tyra and Harold Barker who are attending t schoolat Hazel Green Academy came over home Saturday returning rl to Hazel Green Monday evening i We have no news items of any importance to write up this week 1 The writer has been a convalescent I patient for four or five days past and could not glean up the news 1t in this section as he would like to ji have done Jan 10 DOMINGO i I Have you a weak throat If so you cannot be too careful I You cannot begin treatment too early Each cold makes you more liable to another and the last is always the harder to cure If you will take Chamberlains Cough Remedy at the outset you will be saved much trouble Sold by all dealers TRENT Joe Brown bought a sow and six pigs from Robert Sally paying 23 for them Joe Beasley left one day last week to visit his father in Law rence county Geo Culbertson of Loycreek was a guest of Edgar Edwards Saturday night Grant Taulbeo is moving from the head of Red river to J D Ed wards tarm on Stillwator Jeff Edwards was a pleasant guest of Courtney Barker at Cop lation one night last week Jan 10 PANSY BUD Chamberlains Cough Remedy is not a common everyday cough tema dangerous complications rosultin from cold in the head throat chest or luugq Sold by al dealers MALAGA Adam Burchfield went to Camp ton today on business J J Landrum is fixing to move to Simpson Breathitt county Miss Lenis Sweeney of Simpson is visiting J J Landrum and others at this place Sallytuntil Circuit court Ben Hurst went to Grassy Sat urday returning Sunday He re ports a good time On account of the tough weath er the band mill has notbeenrun- ning for a few days School iis progressing nicely at this place under the management t Halseyd Akladhoma a few days ago ex pects to remain for a while Clay Taylor and Isaac Combs LovenG C Abner who is clerking ii- t in J H Johnsons store has returned from his visit to Lee county Oklanhoma Sunday to see about his son whom he heard had joined the armyo Aunt Dnlcenia Hurst mother of several of the Hnrrts died last week at Jackson gild was sent this place for burial toIII Jan 10 SHAM SHOOTER tf oJ LANDSAW Henry Dalton ie preparing to move to the farm of J M Cocker ham James R Little of Maytown is in this section buying hogs and cattleLevi Dickison is selling his property preparatory to moving to Carter county Floyd and Charley Hatton se oared jobs at Lovelands mill and are at work this week EC Knsb hns secured a position in the John Hurst t Sister store at Malaga and is now at work G W Sally Wolfe countys sheriff and N L Combs deputy sheriff left here today for Lee CityC G W received Ijfromj dorf farm last week and they ex j press themselves as being wellt satisfiedwIth their positionsS H Kaoh of Hazel Green was here Sunday and back today look ing after his farming interests Sam is u hustler and likes to see itthings move Such is the way ofithe successfulman The cqunty school teachers of this place went to Campton Saturday to get their monthly draws moneybutranged for them to gettheir mousy passinghere JJiJ destination but from all iudica tions we hope to have some news for THE HERALD in the near future John titentherethebut in justice to John wo will says that he seldom hunts but works W L Kash and wife were here today en routo to J M Swangos the latteta father While there they will box their household ef ffecta preparatory to moving to Jackson where Mr Kash will as sumehis practice of law Harrison Tackett seems to have a great deal of business at W H Taylors They have done quite an amount of carpenter work together a during the past for monthsif and we win have to guess i present that it is pertaining to his J that he makes so many trips but he should take THE HERALD and they he would be sure to see thett news that we will get to send iut soonJan 10 ANON J100 KEWARDI 1100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to lea n that there is at least ouedreaded disease that science has been able to cure In aU its stages and that is catarrh JIall j Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now 1 known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitntiqnal treatment Hallfs Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the systemg J thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength bjr building up the constifutiOn and satiating nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any 1 case thatjtfalls to cure Send for list ofe testimonials Addrewi F J CHENEY 4 I CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists I Take Hall Family Pills tot constipation ii I dfllU JIIY Hurrah for H G A and her 800 j enrollment 1 R L Motley and wife visited I relatives on Grassy the other day Nisees Emma Sample andCallie j Rose are visiting friends at Camp ton Sam HajanBr f CrFABBy croek passed through here on route to Frenchburg J D Hepry and J S Nickell attended court at 1v est Liberty last Tuesday Begin the new year bylliving up pith TflE HERALD in the interest ofasQ9arEfqeal Willie Pieratt of Bethel Bath- couutyvieitedfriendsand rela tives here recently Thursday night our mail carriers horse gave out and made our mail very late John M Murphy and wife of Grassywere gueatsof Smith Nick ell and family Sunday Dr W G Lockhart who ha been at Ezel darinst the bird sea CamptonI movedl tend aII t crop of tobacco and corn the pres ant year Tho firm of D S Rase tt Co has dissolved partnership D S leavingIlMiss Marguerite Ward Albert Hyltou Clay SYade Niokell Ben Davis and Ezra Henry wgut from this place to attendLHazelJGrreen Academy during the inter fern A F Murphy of whom we made mention as having a boil oci his band set up blood poison and a physician was summoned from Mt Sterling to treat the case and at this writing h1s much better Miss Nell Coil daughter of Joe ecil who has been confined so with typhoid fever nndhad a completely of lint many friends and mates Jan 10 GCEBS Chamberlains Cough Remedy never disappoints those who use for obstinate coughs colds and tbroatnndlpngeIt lungdteasPeSoldd Rgcalla OljfIHJ While breaking awayltljg point of a small sand rook cliff to facili tate the bluffing of saw logs near the mouth otJBlaokirater creek Morgan county William Cox fpundlaiteel cylinder filled with silver greenbacks and gold coin Mr Cox refused to disclose the ex act amount of money ttLeeagcon- amed but is it known to have in the neighborhood of a- housand dollars The coins were of very old is ues The silver was in the bot Diddlwill Burrendef the money to any one whd will eatietaotorily3esbribe- the money amount and thfe receptacle Beside a lonnly foreatpath not far from the place whqrp theI money was fonnd is a + gplitary grave known as the Boldiera grave Daring the civil1wiJ two confederate soldiers whil ibntwith small scouting party quarreled graveisfois believed that the soldier who killed his comrade knew tbevmon ev was concealed killed him with the intention of gettingit bat af terwards could never find the ex act spotlit Sterling Gazette Chamberlains Cough Remedy is a very valuable medicine for throat and lung troubles quickly relieves and cpre nainful breath ing and a oangerpusly eganding cough which indicaCes congested tangs ItsAllGooileaiiai The Dover News in commenting on the complaint of some subscri bers regarding the amount of advertising carried by the papers says Some subsciribers complain of too much advertising TC their county papers Its net so r You cant get too much for it ill here that the subscriber gets the Actual cash returns foil bie dutlsy for subscription Of coari0biets his moneys worth of6ntertaiuinenc in the reading matter but his fi nancial gain comes from etadying the ads If in carefnllyBtiJdying the ads he fiuds where he can get bargains and eaten cents beret a quarter there juid perhaps a dol lar or two oyer yonder by xpatron izing the man whotellabia priC61 in paperinst9adot paying the pints a pound the yri4year oldjlaeeeDontonly save the price ofypoj subscription but many timeaoyer by buying from the wan whjnhaB the bargains and isnotaraidto pay youknowrread over every advertiBeinent in this paper O t4ace1t w tlla PnThe Louis mt Herald has an nounced a reduction ine price of its paper to 1 cent a copy to take effect at once This is the firstchance to senate a njetropoli tan daily newspaper at PII price in Kentucky Thq Heiald com pany is to be congratulated upon uilreringa1Dee Agebts are wanted in every town Address all communications to the tlaIr ooccn 11 I rTe1aaamatterI Post i SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY rHURSDAY Jan 13 1910 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY Kea Commonwealths Attorney- I R HOLLON Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday In May third Monday in Septem I ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge G B STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesj ayin October MAGISTRATES COURTS District olC M Fallen third Friday is March June teptemoer and Deceit be District No 2 Eobert Brooks fourth Friday i in February May August and November District No 3S F Allen j second Frida in February May August and November r District No iP B Legs first Friday iin March May August and November District No5T C Hollon second Fri day in March June September and December District No 6y Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District NoTB T Helton fourth Friday iI in March June September and De cember District No 8J M Lovelace first Friday ii in February May August and No vember The Weather ii Utah Fort Duchesne Utah r January 10 1910 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir I trust that you wil pardon for breaking in on your valuable time loug enough to ask that you glance over they enclosedI clipping for I want yu to see just how cold it gets out in this laud rfMormoudom The clipping is from one of the local papere the Duchesne Recordand deal with places that are near Fort Dn chesne which did not escape any of the cold spoken of At Fort Duchesne it was 40 degrees below zero It is needless to comment on the weather when it gets thi cold for it is Just about ones im agination but it makes a fellow long for the Sunny South just sameWishing you a prosperous new year and with best regards for Mrs Cooper I am Yours very truly H C WARD Theodore has not been in a class by itself in the recent few weeks of cold Going farther east Meeker had a touch of 41 degreesJ below Steamboat 44 Frazer + well up the Continental divide on the Moffat road 60 below and letter from Denver to the Recor- states that on top of the Divide the mercury dropped to 62 andI then busted However there is a little consolation in the fact that there are other spots in this northwest colder than here and it does not help Theodores chilblains or frosted feet a bit or increase the size of the woodpile to know that some other unfortunate neck ofr the woods has been a few degrees worse off than the reservation Lo the Horse In the midst of the present ex travaganza of automobile and aer oplane racing it is refreshing to take notice occasionally of the horse Witness the feat of anI Illinois horse who belongs to a mall carrier He has traveled 26 miles a day for 22 months or aI total of over 17000 miles It is impressive to note that ii- all in this distance this horse did not puncture a tire lose a bolt wear out a bearing foul a spark plug o- ran r out of gasoline ten miles from home Moreover he did not exceed a speed limit tun over hog or skid on a corner His chauffeur naver killed his engine on a hill nor did he hav- ii to get out after an hoar or two t Tht the end of Abe 17000 miles hia owner did not ftud that it would cost about 100 to replace hi fearing r build his magneto an- r tan the arbon out of his cylin tiers Truly the horse may bB fcamble 1i bit tfcate ia amok comfort ta Jum EAB 1 v OJ i t Briitl Cotple Eitertained Bnshton Ill Jan8In honor of Mr and Mrs Howard James who were married New Years da at Ridge Farm Ill who returne- to d this village Thursday Mr an Mrs E H James entertained guests with n 12 oclock dinner I FridaySaturday January 1 Mr James left Bushton for Ridge Farm wher- he was met by Miss Mary Brenn- roan a popular and accompliehe- tyoung d ij woman of Russellville AlaIj where their marriage was solemn ized by the Rev L C Juvinall + pastor of the Methodist church i Ridge Farm After the cremon Mr and Mrs James left for Craw J fordsville Ind where they visits- at j the home of a sister of MmI James for several days On leaving that city they visited with Frankfort Ind relatives and friends until Thursday when thoy came t Bushton to make that r future home Mrs James a native of Hazelj Green Ky has been in this vicinity for three years He is a clerk in the general store of E H Jame- where I he numbers the patrons an friends of the store as his personal friends His pleasing personality and good nature has given him the friendship of everyone in this vile lage He is popular with all who know him Mrs James who comes from one of the first families of the south IB popular in her home city She therIL James a long happy and prosper ono life The Courier heartily joins their friends in extending cougra ulations Charleston Ill Cnu- i ier- I An Empty Treasury Departmenttotoa communication was received showing that the cash balance now on hand belongs to the school1 fund from which the legislators must be paid The communication showed that the treasury owes more to the scnools than can be mat from funds now on hand 1and that something must be done if the wheels of government con tinue to run smoothly The communication was signed by Auditor F P James and Treasurer E Far ley On motion of Representative Carter of Anderson county the speaker was instructed to appoint tsadvise with the treasurer and au ditor and report back to the House The motion was seconded by Representative Harris The speaker appointed Representatives Carter Russell andi Schoberth on the committees Contest is Dropped In the legislature last week Chairman L C Owings of the committee appointed to the contest proceedings of Malone Lykins Democrat against J W Perry independent Democrat for the seat in the House of the Morgan and Wolfe district reportedi the finding of the committee Itt was that Malone Lykint the con testant had withdrawn from the contest in a subjoined letter iini which while he reiterated his claim that he had been rightfully elected he said that he withdrew in the interest of harmony inIi Demodera party had a twothird ma voteIreport was received and ac cepted but the committee on r quest of its chairman was not dis charged Narrow Escape Mrs ThoF Heinrich and Jame- OConnell I and Joe HeinrichallI had a narrow escape from deatht GoodyeaShoet South Maysville street Escaping gas was the cause All were a I work but peculiarly enough non e smelled the gee and were gradual ly being suffocated when Mrs Heinrich who was near the door and least affected realized that something was wrong She imme diately summoned help and avert SterlingGazette Gets Census Job Kelly Back of Jackson Thurs day received a telegram from th Census Department at Washington appointmenat that place at a salary of 000 a reporete once was one successful contestants in the ex amination which was held at LexI vatcancies department atWash ington He is a son of former Cir forareturntetter8 1 read but in real life curiosity 1 deatftbrti1 J V Z 6 I First Iitenriew to Be Uivei Out by Supervisor t tThe simple test which candi witdt tl underoI designate suit able persons for such positions said J F Pauly of Pikeville supereIt is dineeeusudI 3 intelligently to use the power of approval of the supervi ours designations conferred upon him by lawn thayt Nugud1 I hold the supervisors responsible for the enumeration There is no doubt therefore that our first and most important duty is the selection of honest capable and active persons to make the count The census will be taken not 1by the Census Bureau officers o the supervisors but by the enum orators They are the ones who paneldy e single enumerator does his whole and proper duty there can not be a correct census There can not be anytning of greater scientific value to this country than accurate statistics as the basis of a study of the existing conditions regarding our population agricul ture manufactures and mines and quarriesAll unless specifically disqualified are entitled to apply to take the test Only those un 70tbecomrO citizens of the United States are barred Otherwise all persons re gardless of sex and political affili atious are eligible It is left to my judgment whether it is wise to appoint women in my district They can do the work I have no dubt especially in certain partsI of the district There were a good many employed allover the coun try in the Twelfth Census The time for closing the con sideration applications is Janu ary 25 Those received after that date will have to be ignored Ap plications should be addressed in writing to me at this cilice and not to the Census Director I will send inquirers the neces sarv form and instructions con earning it Afterward I will send those on the list prior to the test a set of directions for tfillingoul the test papers This le everyone to come well prepared Nothing could be fairer or better calculated to insure a satisfactory applicant passing the test The test itself need not dett r anyone Any person with commonsense I and a commonschool education can pass it All it consist a of is giving the candidates sampler population and agricultural ached ulee upon which are to be in the proper columns the details which are found in print ed descriptions in narrative forte I of typical families and farms supposed to be in a district There will be some instances requiring the exercise of judgment to decide whether a given entry should be made under one column heading or another You can see how sim pie and elementary il is The test will be held all over the country and in every super visors district February 5 There will be several places in each dis trict for taking it One place wouldenot hold all fhe candidates As supervisor I shall have the direc tion of all and the test examina tion at each no matter under willsbe that sole and simple one prescribed by the Census Director 22rto rate the papers in a very simple way and to gain an idea of the aseward the papers of the successful candidates with my recommenda tions or designations to the Cen sus Director He will if satisfied that suitable persons have been selected give hisconsent to their appointment and they will be commissioned The middle or lat ter part of March should see ev ery thing settled and the selected and commissioned enumerators andebooks of instructions relative to the interpretation or meaning of the questions on the twoschedules April 15 the census army will move torward in the enumeration Certainly the federal census taking is as necessary as honorable as jury duty and as all good and J useful citizens do not hesitate to j respond to the call for such duty I I therefore ask the samehighgrade J citizenship to come forward and help me have the census taken ap j curately and expeditiously 1 f As President Taft has said the 4 pay is not largo but the work is 1 dnYJweI I1 A 8j however humble m taking this census YOUNG TEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY I Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer i Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING and RAILROAD AGENCY reduced to 45 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 board at low rates New nan has delightful climate 8000 inhabitants moral surrounding Students qualify in 4 to 6 months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUAR N TEED POSITIONS paying 45 to 65 per month to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid pro- r motion Diplomas awarded Great demand for Telegraph OperatorI Write today for our Free 64page illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars SOUTHERN SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY Box 272 NEWNAN CA REPORTOf the condition of the FARMERS ANn TRADERS BANK doing business iin the town of Campion county of Wolfe tale of Kentucky at the close of bus iness on the 28th day of Dec 1909 RESOURCES Loans and DiscounU with one or more endorsers as surety f36G13 07 Real Estate Mortgages H889 12 Call Loans on Collateral 2000 00 Time Loans on Collateral 8161 00 U S Bonds 000 Other Stocks Hoods etc 0 00 Due from National Banks 8018 23 Due from State Books and Bankers 0 00 Due from Trust Companies 0 00 United States and National Bank Notes 3492 00 Specie 1925 19 Checks and other cash item 1053 G7 Exchange for Clearing House 0 00 Overdrafts secured 220 00 Overdrafts unsecured 7501N1 Taxes 0 00 Current Expenses Paid 270 90 Real tateBanking House 4272 02 Other Real Fatale 540 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1935 50 Other Assets not included un der any of above heads 66 50 Total 77012 20 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 20000 00 Surplus Funds 1500 00 Uudivided Profits 590 46 Fund to pay taxes 0 00 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 41975 44 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 4800 00 Demand Certificates of De posits on which interest is paid 0 00 Time Certificates of Deposits on which interest is paid 7994 70 Savings Deposits on which interest is paid 0 00 Certified Checks 0 00 Due National Banks 0 00 0n00 0d00 Cashier Checks outstanding 151 60 Notes and Bills rediscounted 0 00 Unpaid Dividends 0 00 Taxes due and unpaid 0 00 Bills Payable 0 00 deposits 0 00 Other Liabilities not included under any of the above heads 0 00 Total 77012 20 STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 SetCountyI James Drake Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swar that the above statement is true to the best of my belief JADES DRAKE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of January 1910 My commission expires Jan 15 1910 SA1PLECorrectrAttest B D ROSE JR1 J M HoWE Directors B D Cox j tarB 0DDDDrtunitg consistinggarden and outbuildigs Oue of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being furnished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also machineryWillseparatelyFor addressMarch 11 Hazel Green Ky FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All fenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared + land in grass Large orchard ever lasting fine water 5room dwell ing house halls and porches also thirtydays bargain Possession given Janu particularsB No1 Rardin III RJ OtF i II 1i7 if7 if7orz 1 Millinery Opening I f BEGINNING I f FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 I t DpO and continuing one weekIW vv pip I tIhave just received my Fall Goods of Millinery J Dry Goods and Notions Fall line of Cloaksi1 i iSkirts etc Everything uptodate Call and see 1iaUPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE Ivv f l I LAI t IIII i I IWINTER 1 f 11 f t I A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which 11J extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms J SCHOOL EXPENSES j Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 fi Good Board per week i 2lb j Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you j For further particulars address M Q CARTER I n HIKE FOR HICKEY When you visit Lexington stop with Denny Hickey 322324 West Short Street for lodging and the best j meals in townvONLY 25 CENTS I I HAZEL BARGAIN GREEN HERALD 1 SUBSCRIPTION OFFERHJ One Day OnlyJan 31 1910 keepfullyThere iis no better daily paper at any price to be had in the State of Kentucky than the Louisville Daily Herald It is under a new manage went and as good as it has everItno objectionable advertising of say kind to be published- It has StateItnews world itba amUfo picturesshowingalways fair and interesting even to those who differ politically with the editorialopinion The regular price of the Daily Herald is 3a year by mail and the regular price of our paper is 1 a j ear by mail By a special arrangement we are able to make the wonderful offer of BOTH FOB Louisville Daily Herald regular price 13 a yearVQ A 7 C Hazel Green Herald regular price SI worth 54 VpZ a I 0 if subscription is received at our office not later than January 311910 Positively no subscription will be accepted at less than the regular prior if received in envelope postmarked later than January 31 Send U S or express money order bank draft or currency in registered letter Subscription to either paper may be new or renewal and will date one year from January 31 1910 or one year from the date at which pres ent subscriptions expire If you have paid up your subscription for our paper send 2 for subscription to the Louisville Herald alone THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD KyIJ BIIV- ilV5V Ii f 3 a c Jl1You Maysk toNeeditAsk your doctor about tbeV wisdom of your keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house readY for colds coughs croup bronchitis If he says its all right then get a bottle of it Why not showitt once a little foresight in such matters Early treatment early cure WI publish our roeare at ataa 10rrolDors wan rrmn ZJJL Miny a boy is caned dull and stupidqt hen the whole trouble is due to a lazy lifer We firmly believe your own loewi2 that an occasional I neIdeall of good They keep the liver active YebltheJCytrCo LewatiGtt ii mas HERALD C F Kash went to Campton uednesdav on businesshMr and Mrs W R Foreman ert hiwereS he Mrs Alvin Oldfield of Days f boro visited her sister Mrs Har lan McClure Saturday and Sunpc daywV C Clark of Maytown repre t Renting Trimble Grocery Co of ML Sterling stopped over one night in towa this week Lindsey Ware formerly of this place is employed with with a big limber company in Cincinnati and said to be doing quite well Children cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA Jimmie Perkins is at the home of his fatherinlaw E F Cecil where he is threatened with pneu monia At any rate he is quite sick G B Stamper esq Jake Fulks m and Grover Allen esq were among the Campton visitors to our place Monday and all of them were at the Day House Miss Calla Rose of Ezel has been visiting friends at Campto- and l on her return home was guest of Roxie Daniel from Monday until Wednesday Noah Cisco and wife formerly of this place are both teachers iin the East Kentucky Normal School at Catlettsburg members of a most excellent and select faculty Miss Iva Weekly a former eta font at the academy who now lives in Louisville came in a few since but it is not known whether e the is just a visitor or if she will ragain attend school c f Strolling over the town a few- ff days ago Our Man About Town 1 1noticed that many places in the t jti4awalks are dangerous tor pedesi f ftrlans and the sooner they are attended to the better for the village 1 R Bill Sparks who lives on Tom I i l Lees farm on Grassy fell Tnes day mornmg and broke hIs rIght farmi at tbwrist joint Dr Tay t IIfCenter was called and set th- broken 9 a limb and left the patio nt testing easy j A little child of Tom Walter I end wife near town was severely I burned Saturday It caught I Lie from an open fire and before I Mftiitsuce reached it one of ii- r its t hind and its throat were burned j =Bat nothing serious will resultI i Roe Nickell esq of West Lib t etty1Vi11 Kash of Jackson andI Steve Sample of Campton are here taking depositions in the case I of the heirs of Uncle Pres Trim t Me We do not know just how Itteysre disposed but they are a i 1C the case I Mort Wilson of Grassy sold his sop of tobacco 2650 pounds coLeeredn strates beyond question that t biceo is the best paying crop our ftrmen can produce And we hope tber year will see a large acre r ptIt oat I II PtctJoshua of this a etch was born at Belmont Ohio 8th MaywnFinch as a Union soldier in the Ciyil having peKentucky tfKyhiHecorporal for Participatedin duringii close of the forwar he was mustered out or honorably discharged Russellville Ky in September but subsequently served six months in the state service Many tIoas a t inoffensive old gentleman pursued his occupation of car 4for a good many years and attendedstrictly to his own business Everybody spoke of him as Uncle Josh Finch and he was al ways treated with the utmost re For yearsheghiswith his daughter Mrs Rob Gilly of Maytown living upon s pension Beside Mrs Gilly leaves a son J B Finch But vi who lives on Stillwater and other children whose names we do not recall His ife also survives him and she lives with Mrs Gilly her daughter Through all his life nis noble workalrA monument now stands Though now he rests beneath the wd And quiet are his hands And at a ripe old age He save up lifes last key And left a record pure andclear For all the world to see Ii Meuory of A J Getter Hazel Green Jan 12 1910 Dear Mr Cooper 2 I arrived homo with my brother- A J Center who died at Albuquerque N M December 27 1909 He had moved to that territory some four years ago for health he having tuberculosis He was taken the custody of the Odd Fellows and buried in the old family graveyard on Stillwater known as the Zilda Stamper burying place It was a bad rainy day but the service was well conducted and willr whn tooak i place January 5 The family cameI j with me also and will possibly make their future home with some of her relativesyI wish right here to express heartfelt thanks to MeesisFrenc I Loher the undertakers who di Ii the embalming for the favors they showed us Also the AmericanI Lumber Co and the men laboring i for them for when the I 00 F refused him burial expenses andl 1 we did not have the money to bear the expense those people lovingly J gave 7060 in cash which enabled us to get away in a decent manner I They said they knew him aud his iI condition Now I hope that none t of these noblehearted men ever have any such trouble but if they j over do I hope that I may be in j position to show them how much appreciate their kindness DR G M CENTER The report comes to us the over onethird and possibly nearly half of the crowd which attended the play Out of Bondage at the academy Saturday night got in at aside entrance and did not pay any admisition fee Indeed the receipts at the door did not begin to com pare with the number of people in the audience which very plainly showed that there was something rotten in Denmark The Glee Club was therefore very much discouraged especially as they a ticipated a good house with good pay 1Lone Wolf OklaJan i10l- I Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Mr Cooper As the time of my subscription to THE HERALD expiresJoMsrcb next I will her- at with enclose yon money order for 1 or which please extend- n my sub cription to the dear old HER- o ALli pub year from the time empires Suttees to THE HERALD end best wishes to the editor and Mrs Cooper I beg to remain very truly jomrf Jaax A Btsn Mi Henry Ward of Utah sends us clipping from the Duchesne Record which shows some bitterly cold weather in the Mormon lands and thereabouts The item will be found elsewhere in this pa and should be read by all who we have had cold weather This section was last week visited by one of the severest spells of winter that has been experienced many years Notwithstanding 1 the heavy snows in this section they are not to be compared with of what it has been in tho bluegrass where is was shout 10 inches on level and traveling over some roads almost impossible while thermometers registered as low as degrees below zero Howard James and Miss Mary Brenneman were married at Ridge JMissJ but now of Bushton 111 the bridal couple a reception which they made a short bridal tour Both of the contract ting parties formerly lived in Hazel Green and their marriage is the culmination of a long courtship THE HERALD and all their friends about here wish them all the joys attendant upon married life- EasterlingBailey Captain and Mrs J Chapman Bailey of Tuckaboe New Jersey the marriage of their daughter Annie Elizabeth to Mr Thomas Clay Easterling- of Kentucky Saturday December Eighteenth Nineteen Hundreds Nine At Home after February First Nineteen Hundred and Ten I 630 North TwentyEighth Street Philadelphia Pa j CASTORIAfor Infants and Children Tli KM YN Nary Alwajj Bug Bears the- Signature of I Liberal Terns I am representing the largest clothiers in the world andI am prepared to dress smart mena in the most fascinating manners in the latest popular style and onI easy payments Call on or write and I will serve ou at the earliest date AgenthKyILost Their Tools I The company drilling a test we l for oil and gas on the farm of Jasi Elkius on Lacy creek and who have heretofore lost two strings of tools causing much delay and j loss Monday last just as they had j decided to drill no deeper being then down some 1050 feet lost another string of tools caused b the accidental dropping ofa laige j monckey wrench in the hole which fell in such a manner as to fasten the stem which was at the bottomi and in trying to pull out the rope it broke at the stem leaving the tools fastened Thus three strings are lost in a space of 20 feet square- t f We understand the rig is to be loK cated at and drilling gone into on f the farm of Logan Little on Gill more next Only a small and un satisfactory supply of gas was found at Mr Elkinss 1Not Battleships but Bread If some of tie millions now being expended in preparation for wars that will never come were devote to the making of good roads au improving inland waterways ourI vast population would be better thne Farm Journal It is clear th it is not battleships this country needs but better means of getting to market This is another subject to talk over with your con gressman when he solicits you vote DONT SET RUN DOWN Weak and miserable If you have kids or bladder trouble dull head painzdizzlI ness nervoninew pain in the back and feel tired all over vet a package or Mother pleasantIherb care It sever testimonials from grateful people who have used this wonderful remedy As a rageif tor it hu no e11Alk for nether Ora- AvaTsuurs grda or seat It exit Mrl ants Suaple s cId The Mother Grajr Coy IKoy K Y J Np KENTUCKY KERNELS Careftlly Cell ttei aid Ceiciiely Ckreiicled As the result of a toy pistol explosion Mark Bennett of Mayfield leaf week died of lockjaw The accident occurred Christmas eve Col John W Fowling editor of the Nicholas Advocate at Carlisle was and dealystricken with paralysis and iis in H critical condition A bill introduced in the legislature 1ly William Shanks of Lincoln county exempt men who have reached the age 65 years from jury duty The toll paid by Kentucky hunters during the open season which ended with thi last of the year was twentyfive injured eleven of whom died Judge John C Vori a rising young lawyer was found in his law offices in Georgetown with a bullet in his brain The canes of the suicide IS not known Sire Martha Corder her daughter James Kidd and three small chit were incinerated in a fire which destroyed Kidds house at Flavena in Wayne county Chief of Police J J Peel of Nicho lasvile bat obtained a requisition fur return from Cincinnati of Bernice Hopewell who is wasted for the mur der of SHIM Hale In a difficulty between negroes near Stoops in Bath county Steve Botla received a knife thrust in the right eye which went through the eyeball and destroyed the sight All the result of a row in the shoe factory in the Frankfort penitentiary Sherman Powell ia in the prison hospital suffering from several knife wounds inflict ed by a ntero named Jockey Bums Ed Burns one of the oldest convicts in the Frankfort penitentiary died lust I week at the ripe old age of 86 yearn He had served two years of a fiveyear sentence on a charge of obtaining money by false pretense John Gregory of Wayne county oiled his pistol with nitroglycerine by mu take When he snapped the hammer the explosion blew off a hand broke his awbone and badly mutilated his face He may recover The old First Nationai Bank of West Liberty which was purchased by W C jreeoinjc of Lexington and others has been incorporated under the Kentucky state laws as the Commercial Bank of West Liberty with a capital stock of 15000 In his annual message to the council Mayor John Stain of Lexington recom wends that the license of salcons be in creased from 150 to fOO and further this will have the effect of weeding out low dives where crime generally flourishesMrs Lackey of Bedford iin Trimble county saved the life of her fouryearold daughter who fell into a rain barrel while trying to get a drink Mrs Lackey arose from a sick bed when she missed the child and found her floating on top of the water lEarl Thompson who so brutally All exulted Mrs Ransom Roberts in Grant 1 county last fall was hanged in the jail yardat Williamson last Friday To the last fie refused the services of a min ister and said his sins were forgiven Death was due to strangulation after hanging 17 minutes disgraceyI that would follow his arrest for panning bad checks in Louisville A C BU1 a confessed swindler loaded a revolver and tried to kill Emma Meta a 19year old girl whom he had induced to runaway I with him and himself Office wrested the weapon from him and took him to jail Legal separation may not be grantedI to Mrs Youtsey of Winchester altho her husband Henry Youtsey convictec for taking part in the murderof Gover nor Goebel has occupied a felons eelI for 10 years A special demurrer was filed by Youtsey who claims that hid wife can not legally get a divorce because she waited five years after his conviction to enter her suit He Woulbt Advertise deaddMy trade of late is getting bad Ill try another teninch ad If such there be go mark him well swellatNo angel golden To welcome home a millionaire The man who never asks for aid By local line or ad displayed Cares more for rest than worldly gain painrTread lightly friends let no rude sound Disturb his solitude profound Here let him live in calm repose Unsought except by men he owes And when he dies go plant him deep That naught may break his dreamt ysteepWherein no clamor may dispel The quiet that he loved to well And that the world may know its loss Place on his grave a wreath of moss And on a stone above Here lies A man who wouldnt advertise Exchange Iii111MiM tee the c 0 J F For and d 1 11- tea NKW tolls e1t 1 g ti ti- rr i oldest and largest banks that are safest Observation and answers NO Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control- A bank that loans its money in small sums well distrib fi utedand well bank that is and will protect its This is offered you by E F CECIL President R H PATTON Cashier It WINTER I- SCOMING and we are now prepared to help you get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line and is complete CASTOBIA Infants Children Always Bought the Signatureof IntaUseOver Thirty Years 1- CASTORIA 1iot11YUR OONNV IS ITthe the the experience secured1-A conservative depositors opportunity The HAZEL GREEN BANK tJo- fMILLINERY Dry Goods Notions I The Kind You Have Bears For An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats Trimming Shapes etc A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Ccats and Skirts for Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to sell you Prices reasonable Your patronage solicited rsYours truly MAPEL TROY til Rash Johnson RashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c t HAZEL GREEN KY 4 Invito the attention of the people of Hazol Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they have just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and qualty for WOMEN AND MEN aid sell them at the lowest margin of rofit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stork including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less IIKASH JOHNSON dt HASH t MStI f i AND HiDeS nanaRA IUUADC AT t 8fI J 1 e n t T 11P rr w J 7 C tr r F I iil q du DRESSMAKING 0Mrs F N DAY has just opened a Dressmaking Establishment where she is pro pared to make all garments for ladies wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits there by making an old suit appear anew s She solicits the patronage of the public and guarantees sat isfaction in all likes Her man friends and old customers will rucogaize tho fact that sIll has had an experience of thirty yours and is amply able to meet all demands Headquartersfor Silverware and Optical Goo s at the lowest prices You cat also have your eyes tested and1 fittedwIth glasses properly and1 correctly Call and obtain pri ces it will not cost you a ceu to be convinced A R MAUPPIN WATCHMAKER JEWELER CAMPTON KY GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I havo several flue Coflins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the mostt reasonable terms I also have f A Handsome Hearse t tandwill attend all burials when patronagekis respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE 1119MCItUSIUI laQL WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEBEPOON Pres W R SruAB Gabbier Paid Up Capital 10000000 Undivided Profit 17000000 Handsome Depollitof over t I 8300000 OO This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business Sc men generally throughout East S cUBtomjers We Bu- yFURS I Hidos Wool and Flatten Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Gotten SesJYcHow Root May Apple WEd Ginger etc We are dealers ouUihnl in l856Or half a century in LfiuuriBe sod can do betterfor you duo agents or irnrri merchants Reference 1 say Bak in LomiriUe Write for wally J pusliaodlptiogtsg M Sabel Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY KILL THE COUCH ut CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryfOR FrerANIQUABANTEED 8AXISFACXOB OB MONEY BEFUNDED FRUiT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for c ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN Catalog on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER k SONS LEXINGTON KY Proim Hy obtained orno foe Write O yom CONFItDENT E ER before i- y AI Th TH AY and beip Send model boU orsketch and we send 1MMEOIAT FRE5 REPOItTON PAT EMTAtIUT 7aY d Rea- VV tercd Patent lawyers Write or Lame to m it 5054V7 70a L WASHINGTON BC I l n n 20 Years Dr Miles Heart Remedy ha cured me of heart disease over 20 years standing I was so bad that I couldnot do my work and could scarcely draw a full breath without fainting or smothering The doctor told me he could do no more for me then I commenced taking the Heart Remedy I shall never forget that night I slept better than I had before in months I kept right on getting better un til I was perfectly well MRS LAURA RUSSELL Logan Iowa When the heart action weak it fails to pump the bloo through the lungs with sufficient rapidity Then the lungs do n absorb the proper amountII althoughoxygen may taking i ia normal amount o JiI air The result is shortness breathsmothering spells di I cult breathing oppressed in chest Dr Miles Heart Rem htincreases the circulation droggisttions and If it does not benefit he will return your money 300000P 9 IN CASH PRIZES PtTHE WEEKLY ENQUIRER OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission that will insure to Solicitors SJ 0000 a month and better 1 Cash prize of 5 i000 0a1 Cash prize of 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1 The Best Known Newspa o per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existe I finds the Toledo Wade more popular ti at any period of its remarkable carterIs now read each week bv more than Is million people Its field is not circum t scribed bv State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot el 1 lag to be tbe greatest national weekly u apaper in the countryk fansAnicancit to every member of the family To fulfilll this it iskept clean andwholesome wThecomiiprehvniive manner and tbe various dep ments of patakinglight to the women and children curt prdiceaffairs treated j adeaofation lowers the scraphooknuns are conducted with Sgivingexaj fttopicsItevery feature in taken of with the ideai 81ofmany mcs weto yearSampleTHE BUAP Toledo Ohl Of 21 TO CENSUS SUPERVISORS The Secretarys Vigorous Address Following the PresidentsI I eveevWashingtoni j I partifunder whose supervision is ti 1 work of the Bureau of the Cens t I at the conference of eastern eta supervisors here gave a vigoro talk on the subject of their tint iu which ho emphazied and added to what had been said by the pr ident to the census field chiefs previously at the White House The secretary said I wanted a chance to meet y not to speak to you but to shn hands and possibly exchangea word here and there as occasion mfg teasdto say anything at this time Wet have a rule that after the Pre 8ecretarie3I SHamofi saidgTo I am very glad that you did ave alt opportunity however meet the President himself and h hear from him just what the atti tude of the Executive on this mat ter of the taking of the census iis j and I am glad that he had an opportunity to sav to you how thoroughly ho is in earnest about w ho has heretofore said It is nnueccessary for mo dwell upon the importance of a correct census Of course we want to take a better census than has ever before been taken and that is no disparagement of the work of predecessors We ought to rove we ought to improve reasons which are self evide we ought to iimprove because t need for a correct and adeq census now is greater than it has ever been before It is so on ac count of the growth of our own country and because we are coming into relations with other countries so that a correct report and reliable statement to be usedI only at home but for canp isonj with what other couutr are doing is the one essential foundation of all calculators Now we have done as we think what we can to accomplish that result So far as we could e have placed in charge lists atothe head men who are expend nc edcompetent and enthusiast- Of i course the oflice here might perfect in its machinery and its administration acd yet the entire 0ork would be a failure unlessJ did what the President in this morning After all a false premise anything can bo proved No matter how fine the superstructure may be the foundation is not right anythingItdation for what is going to be done You are responsible to Directors to me and to the Presi dent This is the importance of your position Now there is a lot of human nature in this thing as was in cated to you this morning You will have to bo judges of a good many things and you will have to show some discretion A ud there is a lot of human nature be yond you when it comes to the activities of the enumerators themselves A man might for illustration as be a good business man and yet not be a good euumerat- ecauseb he might not have confidence of the people w not of isYthe right qualifications It is easy enough to make examinations but it must be left for you to cide according to such examina tioiis as you may make and ac cordine to such judgment as you may be able to apply to the cases who are the proper men to be rec om mended to the Director for the work which is to furnish the fou n dation of the census that is ulti Cftshowing a lot of human nature iu taking these places When peo pie say that the government e6o principlesewalways reply so far as book eeping is concerned that is true j but so far as employment of hu man energy is coucerned it can not be true because the gove wi ent does not pay enough to inn mcosdidatnot ant rid love of country anti desire to right among our fellowmen the government would no on business pninoipi tone It takes something more takes willingness for men to of erve their country in the pia which they are clled 10 places are important I know can notpayyou but I hope y J may find your compensation in something better When the car BUS has been completed and Di inIi 0 er been taken you may be glad feel that yonr part in it was worth while 10A Wild Blizzard Raging sufleruigofttoathto ka In lagrippetyspring i npEE lower part of nose sore chills and fever plan in buck of beadj and a throatgripping couglI vahleIUDunlitj of Pine Valley Miss after beinb onMaid up three weeks with Grip For sore lungs hemorrhages aj aupreuisiu 50e 100 Guaranteed by i ll dealers McCreary For Governo- d Lexington Evening Gazette In its edition of yesterday the fieleum ex Senator James B McCreary f0r Geuer9ltoenry a friend of Governor J C W Beck ham who made him Adjutant len eral the suggestion is significant showing that there is desire amorig tohat4o htogt a a whom he made rather a bitter rnjc se for the nomination of United States Senator although neither indulged in personalities against each other and never got beyond the prop er gentlemenfor iof standingt Mchegovernor us utmuch force and we had intended suggesting him ourselves but tire gill1d that it came from one neat er to Governor Beckham than we We believe in the first place he couldunite all the factious of the party because if they hate each other they love him for tbe axle madelea al as from a member of the General As rd andfinallyIn every positIOn he has acquit ed himself with credit and honor ojnd suspicion ofa stain has ever rested on his character bbesen toaay we believe he enjoys to a gre ter degree than any other Demo r ceid1bee4friend in fiv a ing supported him loyally inihis primarthey we supported the latter not that we loved him less but the govern reststhet en two such good friends We have known Senator McCreary since was regarded as the model gov toursdlment and we would like to cat one more vote for him The only thing that can be urged against Senator McCreary and that in his case is oat a vslid oneis that he is not as younjj as he used to be but he is as young half of the United States Sna tors is in perfect health and batheSenate7thcare himself and never gone to excesses of any kind continues anoEhKentucky e sureifnominaUonbeand carry Kentucky by the largest majority since the days of theiiini mortal Samuel J Tilden who car tied it by 60000 majority Another canboDemocracy It is as pure asi j he is a Democrat times and under all cirou stances and his private life is as pure as his public is clean In makeIswing 6e 4 party back into its best traditions wisetheylong and 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Mail and When Paid in Advance to January This offer holds good only until January 15 1911Iithis date the rate wll be G per year or 60 cents for periods of less than G months a I In clubs of five 5or more the rats of 450 is allowed but this applies to new subscriptions only No commission heallowed to agents or others on this rate Address 1 THE LEXINGTON HERALD 1 t r LEXINGTONt KENTUCKY J v SK S 3hS 5 S XiOXY 3 s S 4 M 5 KS S K S xSKSKSxi m J CECIL BROS 88ii Dealers in General Merchandise f Country Produce etc i completeecf and upto date of any stole in town Here you j will find Dress Goods from t THE BEST BRANDS OF PRINTS at 6c a yardl TO SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD f OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE 1 We have alse added a nice line of oarsmTSat J 00 can ale find Trunks and Suit Cases to suit jou Dont fail to Idsee er no n HASH SAMPLE MerchandiseN jestgLADIES SHOE GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces One Dress Goods Dry Goods NotloM SELECT FAMILY 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