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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 4 0 I EatabltshedMarch 41885 MadeFamonainthe8toryotJonathanandRiaOonttneatb7MazaRell 0 spOOOeRnnd o Editor tTheQidrQuoted Payer in tie Kentucky Mountains 100 J Yiill lllL = = =TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 20 1910 NU TBER 80 tlJitington and Eastern Railway lime Table in Effect June 21 1S08 WEST BOUND A VU Nu5g- jATiONS iii4o1Daily ex Daily and Sunday Sunday uudayi only I iAMLvel1MLve iAMLve Jackson I 6 10 am 2 2U pu I IilIU am- OatJunct 0 1b 11m 5 pw iaW aw- Buttrve i Je i II7 aw2U pw 75i urn Torrent 7 30 am I 3 41 jin S15aui 7 i5 am 3 M pw 3zd am Nat Bridgji Compton Jnl 7 43 aw I J 5i pu bLb aw Cloy Stanton City b g 25 15 amII 435 4 26 pml1Ut3um LEJnncn 9 W BmI15I 07 Wjacheater 9 12 vu jIlt 1 11- mLexton alf 9 5Bm 5UUI pnIJIJHlm EAST BOUND So2 SIi 0A andDulyii A31Lyep3LandayrI I I 33 pm 0 LexlngtonII 0 am 0- IsSti am 24 pwrULtEJuuctiuuii pm 4UC1ay uyio 11 us sm3 50 pu 353 pw44 tIIontun H 9 lU am 430 pmt Briuge157 lIS pm 4 35 pm 57 Vat 19 43 sm 441 pmj 62torrent Iti 56 am 5 10 pui7U BeattyveJc 7UIlu 17 am 6 U5 pat 00 U lfJ uucn 15 am 6lUpmi94 Jucksun 194i112U am CONNECTIONS L t E LM11OJ =liaiii a Nos land will make connection with the C ck Oliy JorMt Sterling CAMKTOS JUNCTIONTrains os 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By tor Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVLLK JUiCTlOslraios o 2 will wake couuectiou at Beattyville June with the Land A Kailway lor passengers to and turn Beattyville O K J riot vtua Trams J os 3 and 4 connect with the O Jr K hallway for local stations on the O J K Hallway W A McDOWfcXL Ueuerai Manager 0AbbCOTTlienPaas Agent Olioo fijjM Haiiwag time Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND So33II = i= Daily Ko21 exDilly ex Sunday = r Sunday STATIONSII PMABE 0 27 PMABBl 5 20 6 22 115 Helechawa 120 12 19 145I13 Lee City13 12 13 I 05 11 11 51 3 52 2JIWilhurlit 6 11 H 310 37 Junction 0 1115 3 00 L Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 atI i No22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily es Sundaya m Sunday AYLVEPMI Lv 710 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33i21 Uelechawa 6 117 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 925 1 OKJunction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Noe21 and 22 will make close connectioi t0 t K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEY Superintendent Mountain Gontlal RaUIoaa f No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600a moo Campion 11 30 a m 200 p moo Campton 600pm No2 No ARRIVE DEP 730amCampn JunclO 05 am 330 pmCampn Juno 440 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas t senger trains l lll lB F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKERt t CAMPTON KYeII ifINFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and J counties that he carries a line of Coffin Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put awn the dead in decent style Special caskets supplied on 34 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones Ac CJEWELL C HOS- ENotary A7 Public STILLWATER KYIten his professional services to citiienaof 1 Wolfe county and solicit the patron of ersraOise l n n COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral t interest to a majority not especiallydistant I and if BURKHART- W T Clair of Lee City was hero last week visiting friend Bill Marshall had the misfor tune to lose a good mu o last week James Bailey bought milch cow is recently from Clay Rudd of Bel knap for 80 Wm Bailey sold a pair of excellent mules to G W Stacy of Natty for 37750 L tcher Davis Sr sold a mare the other day to James Arnett of Lee City for 75 throughhere l bunch of young cattle Samuel Collins bought a farm front Isaac Center but the writer failed to learn the price Willie Bailey bought two mules from Shelby Risuer of Grassy for a consideration of 225 Rev Henry Elam Sr took in the meeting at Edna Saturday audt Sunday He reports a good meet ingG W Crase of this place exchanged his stock of goods at Belbknap for H M Conleya a Insko J L Burkhart has a position as clerk in G W Cranes store Mr Burkhart is an all around busi ness fellow Born to the wife of Marion Bailey last weeku fine Republi can boy j also to the wife of Rigg J Crase a girl Neri Taulbees little baby was burned very badly a few days ago but it is thought that it will not prove serious E B Stacy of Jackson visited his fatherinlaw Prea Crase another d relatives in this communitv Sunday returning home Monday Miss Hauet Crase who has beenI living with relatives at JacksonI for the past two months visitedL home folks Saturday and Sunday Pete Wages of Natty was her again Sunday We uudoubtedl3- will lave a good item to write up for TilE HERALD in the near future Miss Lila Elam returned recent Iv from Perry county where she had been for the past few woeksI visiting her uncle James H ElamI RJohn H Crase left Monday forI Hazel Green where he will matriculate at Hazel Green Academy for the remainder of the winter term Frelin Lykius of Malone was here last week on business and visiting friends Mr Lykins is a former citizen of this place and we are always glad to have him among us Jan 17 NAT Chamberlains Cough Remedy is not a common everyday cough mixture It is a meritorious rent edy for all the troublesome and dangerous complications resulting from cold in the head throat eaTcheat or lungs Sold by all dealer- CAMPTON Chester Williams is visiting hi mother at McCausey this week F S Brown spent Sunday a Pine Ridge Hurrah for youI Fieldeu The fire which visited our city early Friday morning was a great loss The square consisted of ALL Shermans store and butcher shop A T Combs hotel S M Tutus residence Ben Caudillsj grocery the Columbia building yand the Masonic ball This is the third time the hall has burned It appeared for awhile that the whole town was going up in smokeI The laasSKaB 15000 tan 17 BLUE BELL 7Chamberlains Cough Remedy valuable medicine fis a very I throat and lung troubles quick r relieves and cures painful breath ingg and a dangerously sonndia- ctlugh R which indicated congeste- dlapg ltf jFL z TO youritemslater thanTuesday morning Monday possible Nrwarfcei veil idler that xjU unutJpalJmportancewrite on one side of the paper only LANDSAW- W V Swango ofiPiiblic Square visited his sister Mrs E T Kaeh SundayCurtis Halsey Landsawstiader buying a bunch of hens for thi marketBeckham Colnbtsiepneumonia Born to thowife of Cleveland Murphy Saturday a boy Mrs Lizzie Miller officiating tnlastnear Lexington Theywill return an soon as court is over James R Little was in this sec tion again buying hogs He paid seven cents a pound forstockiogs and left with a good bujich Several of the farmers of this section have been llosing cattle There seems to be no disease but take suddenly sick two die Arthur Hash lett last weak for H G A He is one of the board of examiners for the next four under Superintendent Taul ee Halsey Tackett will start their mill on Holly this week theyhav lug laid off for the past two weeks on account of something being brokenH Whisman Crockett Rose W L Hurst Jr Joe Halsey HODI M Tester H J Spencer N L Combs and others went to Camp ton today it being Circuit court Sheriff George Sally woe here last week notifying land gwnflteof- the rules that the eupervUpr had made on their farms Severalof the boys got fixed some to the tune of about 40 per cent Last Thursday W H Taylor Katherine Swaugo and Mrs Puss Profiit were called to the bedside of their father Andy Taylqr whp was stricken with somutnjng like wasvJan 17 AWN A wua Bgbr- ings danger Bufferipg fte- ndepthto thqusands wjjo take cold couK JJaQd lagripperrihfl terror of winter and spring IU danger signals are stuped I1p71 nostrils Iqwer part of pose sore chills and fever pain in back of OtbWhenKings New Discovery Qua pt buunioflaid up three wests with slip For sore lungs hemorrhages as thma coughs colds its supreme 50c and 100 Guaranteed by all dealers LEXIE John Elkins took Mr Fowler to Campton Friday evening Floyd Hollon and wife were the familysFriday night James Cox of Toliver brought Bup two circular saws for E M Russell to repair fortCampton where he will be this week on business Newton Maloney left a few days ago Joe ML iit iPRwqpreqJ will be for a week or so We now have a daily marl fptp Lexie to Neola We havtitl4e ijalnf advantage as Hazel Green Miss Clbmma Lacy of Hanel Green was visiting on this creek Saturday night and Sunday Mrs A F Johnson has been very sick for thp pit week but is seraewhat better at thia writing The oil well which was drilled at this place was tested with a shot Friday and proved be a dry hole Irfarter Lacy and family were visiting his brother 0 B Lapy and family Saturday and Sunday JefB ChildoM of It G A waa mjowtof his uncle TCb4 tf 1 ors and family Saturday night and Sunday Misses Mollie Swango and hive tIe Cecil of Hazel Green spent a pleaaant day with Miss Matlee Rose Tuesday Bro Honaker of Toliver will preach Johhtsou schoolhouse next Sunday Everybody come out and Qearhim Forest Cecil and wife of near Hazelyrgen spvenc Thursday night with her pargnljs AF Johnson and wife of this place lies Eliza Jamee pf Hajel ttllMOQiABburyAAP1 Miss Gracie Sexton who has been with her grandparents Un ole Jordan Wills and wife for the past week came home Sat urday Floyd Hollou and wife gave the youngfolke a waltz last Saturday night It is useless to mention all the names All seemed to enjoy formerlykucwn When eil in a crowd things are always lively George Lacy our hurtling trader bought a fine cow from Joe Robert ifor 2750 and at the same tjme sold a twoyearold heifer to Chas 11 Rose Later he bought a fine heifer from Lee Fallen George is a hustler and when he spends a dollar he is very auto be is good for two in its place Jan 17 BERTIE I10BREV1W Ute The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been Bbjetocurt in all its stages oudtbatis catarrh nails Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a P9U stitntiooal treatment IlalLa Catarrh Cure is taken Internally scflogdirecUy upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curativepowers that they otTer One HuodeilDollars for any case that it fails to cure Sepd fqr list of testimpnials Addreui F J CHEKEY S CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills Joy C9Q tliiajloq PCKIN J C Moore sold a mule to Join Roe for 110 Ben Murphy was in this part Saturday on business Harlap prpby Bpjdihrea calves to S SItiahop fpr 480- S S Bishop bought three h9ga from JohnJ1eJititIarJI2 Lee Roseboughtajow and some pigs from James Havana jfor24 John McGuire bought a hprsfi from J C Osborn for a private price 4J Combs ai WIfe tlld irePreston Castle spent yolltlsyat J C Wards The three Heualev beauties gave asocial last weak in honor of Miss Emma Niokell Leslie MCOlnre and Hubert Hale madea trip to Hazel Greed Thurs day on business Jifffifrombranch for 4026 Leonard Neff hasgoueltq azol- PPirpqu pat eqdt e winter and spring termsof school Miss Edna HjiLvwho haabeen JTisttiRgAt CAnptop for the past two months returned home Thursday Jan 17 CAPITOLA Chflnj eIAinB Cough Rerjaedy never deagpojptg jI Qt olio use it for obstinate cougpa colds and irritations of the throataad longs It stands unrivalled 8ia remedy for all throat and lung diaaaaflB Sold byaldflajira Tie Iatitjck Faaily- A singular coincidence occurred In the adjoining countyof Powel- lwith the sweating in of the new pounty JpdgeiJ9hp JrIHirdwjct thetonly RepubHc nplected The pquqyblney r Had bul two Re publican judges prior to the new one and oneof these was hii fatb er John R Hard ck and the ether his graqdfatbe IeeNa- poleon Bonapartel aarctpaok each serving a term or part of a term all the other incumbent having been Pemocrat c 11 fii jLi 4 tt vc fIi biJ I ICULMOHEd Nickell ia very low with la gripiwLngrippe neighborhQOd Mrs Della Nickell is improving nicely at present AdplSunday CamptonMonday He seriouslyMisstLaura apd Mallje Haddix visited at Adel last week Logan Litidpn and Brute Nick ell left for Cluiptnn Sunday thanSunday fromQuicksand Andy Nickell visited his broth SupdayHoward Spenser of Stillwatez WAB in tbjs section Friday on JHB ineBkMarion Maytoyjnegrty businessSherman tQrpqghhereI FridaySuppose wejidingsa few days Casheyweeon business MBji8saMclRtcsh who has ben staging with J C Lindpn at WednesdayYO againJan 17 DAISY littlethipgthat Tabletsyou require their aid These tab lets change weakness intoetrenh euergyglopmiggaainto yhaveall dealeraSAtWF ItLD airJh JPJ Qgrqn w very aik at- tswritipFvith tyjihpid fever- J B IJTcN pb and son Ellis went to Capiptpn Monday on rjus mesa SatQrdaylr folksByrd McNabb and wife visited frwnd Bear Ezel Saturday apd SmuitYJameB Faulkner our noted fox unjar Jbjiitmjyed to thejfarm iof i WillHollop- Bflp I LQn M Jqtfaajje l a protracted pies ing aJ thispace- RevHat1ap JJcClare of Hazel SSttfDtierMTsaiCPrdie OldfieJd was a guest otiyeriiater Mrt GxanvillB May abbdr4mNrJs1 Antiil 11JW- ltIillteaElyia Mod Liei Nttblp pJPuti rpcenltly very muchpo tghf wlth their trip Jan 18 HILbR D A WntciHrl1Ue to end re the itching painful tlie trtesa of piles Tll aldaolitfed o Listen il aauffaged JJ10a8 4t lp- Alplt wrjteqWiil 4 MMJb o Sile JntYlN ibox- of Bhckletra Arntosnaive anti was soon cured BuTna bola ulcers fever sores ootfgaa oota yanjshbgfoae PMHTa sick for a few days George Packstar ted fpr Arcola Ill Friday G C Nick ll moyedrto acottage on his farin returnedfromProf J W Davis closed hU fechoDl atExal Friday BJ Nickell = ltotrftitaixt f tie 3tearliag heifer outufa die thRltnatidiatbcreoka nrday- f 1 L I Born to the wife of Jim Dock YoQum January 15 twicea boy andlirlRobert yearlingMurphyWedaepday Erb Carr Jind Tom Sexton traded hors JJU1d both claim they made a land slide O W Cecil otuearJHftl In yofEelpassingthisSterling market Many cattle tretnpedlhemnddy roads to the Mt Sterling stock market Monday itinghernear Wmcheater John Henry of Flat Gap hay moved to the nlaniiopon hill near the Carr spring amuel and Henry Yocoa of Denniaton were guests of Walker Dirks n andfamny rocently rrurphyfovlainitybnyjpgl Jan 17 Guys Have you a weak tbrgajj If iIlulYoumakeiytnltnor6liable 1 V lJ latyoaw1UOqughRemedy ialdealers t MURPHY FORK Jeff Halsay sold atihog to Roe Nie qj lMt week 1 Ben Murphy sp1 LtoJimPa bins a large fatl7gPr 19lhtt lf k tjngtearsfor 40 taleitforationchLuther Brown and family last wefik moved from AndyTolMrer 1 place to a cottage on Mart eils farmDpreey dJeincoldNurbyMaggie ipentSandatyandgitki1t1tnefoikpfoikpWeare MworMnmby trodrojneapied her position liEfheadLl1erk d m her fathers store At Dr Harry Murpbyla home Mundaythe writer bad the plas ere of eating some quuBfiBpre sajvaij n jelly not + up by Aunt ti rtga Mq phy 25yjara ago Jim Je truWt CfT D1t load ofhouaehdldgoola Ltbeirbornef Hill Jan 17 BptT 10 m JpsDr Imayf 1 A4fOM at liijiin A reat delotintre t beea 1 oQeri 9 uowieg to r of Or 6pa t- 111WlPJjql A the Qmv 8tlfIJg 4 YIlni yliltn i WlIdlBCUHKnapp has wuy Kr nsejlted 4 hSPiehthelreaj6aAt r be trill speak on Jatiuary U tat dOO of m his pqbjfifij ylill lie Kind glueinea of lmabfcryaad tywsltare 3 among tte laid a ftll e fhinurt several states outlining in peel auob policies as are mOlt impor tant and applicable to tfee rural population There ua atwpyn jpp0 ftp1e F who wont boost if tbec nt kspek F1ijJJ ITT y y F THE HERALD Baterndattbe lineal OreonPoiU tl odloen + ocondelarnatterI I j SPENCER COOPER Editor i HAZEL CREEN KY rHURSDAY Jan 20 1910 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID B REPWINK Judge THO8 C JoilXSON Commonwealths Atty J C LINDON Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Mouday in fcepteui her WOLFE COUNTY COURT AV B DUFF Judge- S G SAMPLE County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first 1londay in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT I Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District o1C M Fallen third Friday in March June SepJemucr ami Deceit bet District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February Mny August and Xo vember District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No l P It Iegj first Friday in March May August and November District No5T C Hollon second Friday in March June September and De cember District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday in Februar May August and November District No iB T Helton fourth Friday in March June September and De cember District No 8rJ M Lovelace first Iiday in February May August and No vember COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE W SALLEY Sheriff J T CENTER Assessor- Jr CR LITTLFJaillrJ W TaULBEE County Superintendenti E J CRKECnSurveyor-J FRANK SUIILECoroner WHILE on a visit to Indianapolis recently the editor had the pleas ure of calling at the National1I Christian Womans Board of Mis sions Their headquarters are atl Irvington a suburb beautifully located some five miles from the Stats house where they own a very large brick edifice which iis used as a training school besides being headquarters for the nation i al officers Mrs Atwater tho na tional president was not in when we called but Mrs Harlan vice president and a most excellent lady received us and introducedI us to Miss Mary J Judson th treasurer as also Miss Cunuing ham editor of Missionary Tidings r Their office is the acme of neat ness and the work of each one 1 connected with the place is so clocklike in precision that there can be no clash We would like to be able to give our readers a pen picture of the building exterior and interior but in the limit ed time we were there it was impos sible to take an inventory in do tail Suffice it that it is an immense 9 brick structure with ample room for the business of the boardI and its attendant adjuncts It iis located on Dorsey avenue and near the Big Four railroad should any of our readers contemplate a visit We called Mrs Harlans atten tion to the fact that some of our enthusiastic citizens had proposed I tha the people here should buy a small farm and donate it to the C W B M so that it might be usedas an auxilhary to the schoolI they are conducting here She said the intent was certainly mag nanimous and that should our citizens succeed in the under taking the Board would certain ly appreciate the donation It was explained to her that with a farm employment could be givenI k to several young men who could1I in this way pay their way and se cure an education that otherwise could not attend the school at all In some cases the young men couldI t thus pay part and the balance inI money Itwould add 25 or possibly more students to the school and by their education thlTcounTrY outdt be the better off and the efforts fr oWE the C W B M rewarded told her the m tter had been discussed by only a few eo far and1 that in event It was done it wouldI ofb by future agitation However no Mho idea miry terminator she seem t u od proud that the people evinced a disposition to show their apprecia tion of the efforts of the C W B M and now that a farm has been suggested why can not our citi i zens all combine and purchase one If we intend to do anything now is as good a time to begin as any Who will take the lead and mako n donation this to endl sceI i I seeicum of Jackson is strongly endorsed for the postmnstership of that town and Bruce being a for mer citizen of Hazel Green TUB HKKAID takes pleasure in giving him its unqualified endorsement Bruce is a young man of good ad dross polite courteous and ac nnmcdnting and in every way qualified for the position to which he aspires lie was left without n mothers care and guidance when ho was yt very small and his father died n few years since Practically therefore he has peen the architect of his present atti tude in the community where he resides and wo are proud to chron idle the fact that within tho last tow years he has won the esteem and confidence of all good citizens of tho place He is a poor boy and never having learned a trade iis dependent upon his native abil iity and energy for a living The other aspirants for the place if ve ho correctly informed are in fairly good circumstances and in no wise dependent upon Govern meat pap for a livelihood It is not our fight but without dispar ntslweplum He is himself a strong Republican and his father before him Sod Murum did as much for the Republican cause as an man in Eastern Kentucky as di his lamented uncle James B Mar cum Taking in consideration all tho circumstances Bruce should hues the place and we hope the powers that be will give due weight to his application and con sider well his claim He would fill the place to the satisfaction of all and in event of his preferment will make his opponents proud o him Personal While at Shelbyville Indand Herds Sanitarium we met with such universally good treatmen- e at the hand of the other patientsi that we feel like thanking them publicly and take the present oc casion and this method of doing so Among those who were ospe cially Rind we note Mrs ClarenceI Adams of Montrose Iowa a very fine lady indeed who did much to cheer us up Robt J Whaley of MilroyInd a former was kindness personified and seemed to anticipate our every want Not only did he lookout for things we needed but yut him self to the task of securing them Harry J Kollhofer of Colum bus Ohio was another gentleman who was always ready to give us attention and service If we want ed to walk for exercise hn it was who took us by the arm and as sisted us to walk the icy pavement Frank Ridenour a gentleman of Amhia Ind big and strong always said Dad if you nee anything holler and Ill be there He was the guide to the picture shows at night and escort to the barber shop by day Charley Stoner of Cincinnati was always ready and glad to do Dad a favor and granted all that we requestedOliver of Salineville Ohio a bit droll in character but sound as a pine knot in his new friendship And there were others especially Mr Hord John Marr the medicine man Fred Dar ling 1 and Mrs Molly Pow land the matron to say nothing of Jim Webber the grocery man and John Walton the barber Everybody with whom we became acquainted treated us royally and in the kindest manner possible and we shall ever feel grateful to them But to close this without mentioning Judge Kendall Mason Hord would be like building a j kite and leaving off the taile il y is the father of the proprietor of Hofds a Kentuckian bred born and reared but has lived in Indi ana long emitighto answer to the call of Hoosier He is a gentleman of the old school still proud of his native state albeit his adopt ed one has given him many honors Not to know him is a misfortune land to anyone going to Shelby villo wo would say Meet Judge Hord by all means Shelbyville is a beautiful town of about 14000 concrete walks gravel streets and pretty cottages Her people are clever and hospitable many of them being Kentuckians or Ken tucky bred New State Board Provided the bill introduced in the Senate by Senator C MIThom as of tans is enacted into law Kentucky will have a State Board of Forestry and Reserve consist ing of seven members the governor director dt the Kentucky Ex periment Station and a State For ester to be appointed by the gov ernor and pllirmed by the Senate appolOtedhyments confirmed by the Senate Of the four citizens who first be come members of tho board two shall bo appointed for two years the bill provides and two for four years All appointments thereafter will be mode for four years The bill carries with it an appropriation of 20000 a year In Dear Old itfrt athitt- FrankfortMethods of holding elections in Breathitt county were exposed to the House Committee hearing the Representative contest between Robert Hill Demo crat and Dr J H Evans Re publican It was alleged that a clerk in the Crockettsville precinct when the way to the boothwas rob Ion by masked men and the ballot and book were thrown into allegedyprecinctdin which the Republicans got 150 and the Democrats 17votes In another precinct an election officer was shot and a voter killed In this precinct but 51 votes were cast Condition of the Jail A former jailer of Lawrence county was heard to say on the streets recently that in his opin Lawfrence county jail could sue and re cover damages from the county for such confinement This was said not in any way reflecting upon the manner in which it is kept but re ferring altogether to the building thistundoubtedly expert authority ip very signficant The condition of its penal institu tions should be a matter of much concern to the county and this concern should make itself known by an investigation of that con ditiou Big Sandy News No More March 4 The passing of the historic 4th of March us a Presidential inaugu ration date and the fixing of the fourth Thursday of April in its place is provided for in a resolu tion ordered favorably reported by the House Committee on the JudiciaryThe action on which was unanimous directs that here after the terms of the President Vice President United States Sen ators and Representatives in Con gress shall begin on the final Thursday of April This change is not to apply to the members of Congress until their present terms expire MENdLEARN TELEGRAPHY Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING and RAILROAD AGENCY 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 month in the year Excellent board at low rates New nan has delightful climate 8000 inhabitants moral surroundings Students qualify in 4 to G months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARAN TEED POSITIONS paying 45 to 05 per month to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promotion Diplomas awarded Great demand for Telegraph Operators Write today for our Free 64page illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars SOUTHERN SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY BPXJ272 NEWMAN CA j t r- c a 1L THE KENTUCKY QUESTION I Sing a song of Old Kentucky I Of the glories of her lalitIOf her soldiers and her tnteIJ lnII Who have never been ontcla j Sing a song of Old Kentucky- Of her blue grass pasture land Of her horses and her cattle Which the worlds esteem command Sing a song of Old Kentucky j Of her queenly womankind I i Who to loveliness of person And the grace of heart and mind Sing a song of Old Kentucky Of her cornucopia horn Full of golden hrown tolmcco And the mellow juice of corn Sing a song of Old Kentucky Of the glory crown she wears But yet and notwithstanding She iit needing some repairs W J LAMITOX Oftei The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re sponsible for much sickness and suffering therefore if kidney trouble is permitted to f ref to follow Your other organs may need at tention but your kid neys most because they do most and should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty If you are sick or feel badly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will convince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress ins cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists fiftycent and one lar sizes You inJJhave a sample by mail free also n 01how or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mix SwampRootsomething in place of SwatnpRoqt if you do you will be disappointed R Rare IJDOItunitg consistin garden and outbuildigB One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and generalre pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being furnished with a complete outfit of tools and stuck of materials and supplies also machineryWillseparatelyFor ads dress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm of 200 acre more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruoy farm All fencedand crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared lund in brass Largo orchard over lasting fine water j 5room dwell ing house halls and porches also tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be offered at a bargain Possession given Janu particulars R No 1 Rardin Ill We Print fBm WD P2IRT THEM and lines we of StCHrJJ T It makes no difference ihow large or small the A Job may be Call at this I office and look over our samples of letter heads envelopes business cards and wedding stationery Youll bo pleased with our work and prices will suit But Work Most Reasonable PrUei POP RbccsMbtio and Neaml tats tab Da Itt BattMaio PSIlIJ Thqr- eYoaa 1M Ia W eJIiI7 Nerewr DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Mrs LOU DAY lroprleLofI AI Alargelighted by illS throughout and special ac commodations to traveling me- nDR 0 H WILLIAMSii PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONJI I HAZEL GREEN KY CUIUWI try and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adjoining Hue trees Pnk fIMt n q44 x00 OO 4 4 44 I Z7 z77 4 I Millinery Opening 1 4 IVUV BEGINNING I i it II FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 1 and continuing one weekII fIhave just received my Fall Goods of Millinery IDr Goods and Notions Full line of Cloaks 3Skirts etc Everything uptodate Call and see UPSTAIRS FRONT ROOM CECIL BROS STORE 1 W M MISS FALAY LONG 06 0 L a fZ fZo1S fZ1ZfZ dsI 1 1AZELGREEN ACADEMY r WINTER 1ERM LI GINS TUESDAY JANUARY 10I tA Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which extends throught the Wiiiter and Spring Terms SCOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven Veeks i 5 00 Good Hoard per week 2 00 Furnished Room Ujght and Fuel Free to you I For further particulars addles TVT O CARTER HIKE FOR MICKEY When you visit Lexington stop vith Denny Hickey tIt West Short Street for lodging and the best meals in town iiONLY 25 CENTS II HAZEL GREEN HERALD BARGAIN I SUBSCRIPTION OFFER i One Day Only Jan 31 910 Hundreds l keepfully1 There iis ofKentuckya new manage ment and as good as it leas always been it ill Vhan I oranykineverIt a IIt has the finest local StateIi amueingpicturesshowingI independent editorial page always fair and interesting even to those who differ politi ally with the i opinionI I byrlglliarregular price of the all and the arrangementweoffer of FOBLouisvilleHazel Green Herald regular price SI worth a year S4 F 2 7 6 subscription is received at our office not later than January 311910 + Positively priceiflater than January 31 1 Send U S or exptess money order bank draft tierSubscriptionI or renewal and will date one year from January 31 1910 pretent l you paid up your subs ription for our g paper send P2 for subscription to the Louisville Heraldal ne a THE HAZEL GREEN H BALD 3 Hazel Green Ky I ti i L v a TaTT Ii- r J r 2 r 7 II T TheCough of II I ConsumptionYour fresh air and good food are the real cures for consumption r But often the cough is very l bard Hence we suggest that i iyou ask your doctor aboutstI your taking Ayers Cherryw pectoral It controls the tick ling quiets the cougbscW publish stir fllra1l1u f V bnlih leket ojrsdobr Oae of Ayers Pil1s atbedtime will caused I increased flow of bile and produce a Jeatle laxative effect the day following I Formula on each box Show it to your doCtOr He will understand it a glance Dose one pill at bedtime JIo4o liT tho J CJLj r Co Lowell Ma i I THE HERALD j I JT Day went to Campton Tues I dayIhI IhCj here this weekhMrs Clayton Center of Lacy if creek is very sick Mrs Matt Cox is visiting rela rives in town this week E FO Waud Arlie Cecil J i P Rose and Sam KIth attended court at Campion Monday Miss Josephine Wheeler teacher in the public school at Beechwoud returned home Monday for vaca tiontt list for over a week was no better the first of the week j Miss Golden Murphy of MurrVhy Fork could not leave home Tues daf to resume her studies at H G A on account of sickness J Ellis Johnson last week sqld t Jim Little of Maytowu a riow and i seven shoats for 85 The cheats weighed about 100 pounds each Uncle Jim Little was tIn thoI street yesterday for the fir timeI in nearly two months H looks quite thin but is able to get around Children c y FOR FLETC- HERCASTO I IA Mr Fowler agent fojr the New Domain Oland Gas o yester day had the rig moved from Lacy creek to Logan Littlels on Gill I more creek i I 1 The Lady MaccabeefJ request the presence of each menlaber at thejj next regular review Jianuary 22 I I that being the time frjir installa tion of officers w The news comes froijfc Mayt wn that a son of R A Da has a very serious case of measl We dont know the youug maijfta name nor 1 I age but give the rftport as we hear it Z Among the recenBt arrivals at the Day House we n te Will Mans ker West LIberty B Campton J F Ca nahap Knox vine Tenu C H Loveland Winchester E Fluller Jr Lexington I Mrs Rosa Holln has the thanks of the editor aid his better sever eighths for a mes of sauyage and sparerib and wha ye editor did to the gift was a pl nty It was i deed a tootheom mess to tempt any appetite Rev W B Ragn failed to flu 1 hie appojutmen at the Methodist church Saturda night and Sun day Cause un nowt Prof M- ed0 Carter preac to a large and attentive Congre ation in his place Sunday night f The editor of the Gurley Ala Reraldeviden ly wants the ne whjle it is new for he has suggesi- z t iz ized to his cor espondents in a r t cent iab e t at he does not like to publish irlhs after the babyt I walkingor marriages h loaepm has been spent or M e I wthof aman after hie wide- a xe twin J iT IKentucky IgaU Ahead I At Stockton theKnightshandsome trophies for the best ji j essays on Columbus ono in the i in parochial school and ono iu the i i public school The essays were submitted last October but the I decision was held up until New Years eve when Clay Sn aI Wolfe county boy and a formerI of Hazel Green ocl1 emylisI ththepublic The trophies are plastic reproductions of the famous work art The Landing of Colum the us They are 30 by 53 inches inintached to each will be engraved the name of the winner The tro pInes were made in Boston pIdoubtwell that when he returns to KonW4 lucky he will bring it with him toin show to his friends Several con tended against Clay two of whom received honorable mention But showed his Kentucky bloodand out the winner The Even Mail published at Stockton + the following handsome notice our Wolfe county hay bin ofjUdgo8efforts at character study than toII the narration of historical fuctsfr Clearness and correctness of txpres Hion were also given a high value w- In the public school pr ductions + thu essay of Clay Swungu was cu striated the dent because d its MI sight into the character of Colum of bus and because of the smoothness and clearness of its stye with the exception of one paragraph al though it would have been better had it contained more historieal facts The winner of the prize in the public schools cants to Stockton l with his two brothers a couple of years ago from Kentucky His brothers attended business college fur a time and have left the city + j so that Clay now has no relatives ity here His opportunities for atI limitedoand he entered the public school He secured a place where he could1 support himself and soon showedI I III that he was determined to best to secure an education Hep is somewhat older than the pupils of his class and lIe essay showsi that the school of life is not with iis out yalue in developing the think ing power Teachers Awakening- The annual meeting of teachers of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City ia something that should IIthe the enthusiasm of teachers iiu other states It was the pleasure of the writer to look into the faces of 5000 teachers united into one great body with one purpose in view to make Oklahoma the leading stat in the union in the great work r education The love for my native state almost 1 1a turned to jealousy but higher principle duty in the heart and the ambition of all true KenI tuckians says shoulders to the wheels and toward the front to make Oklahoma the greatest of the great in the work that will make this beloved nation of ours the strongest of all in intellectual lines as well as of national re arin the future is to be measure more by our knowledge than by i our arms or wealth Tha fight is now on the time is at hand and which state is to car ry the banner It is my desire my hope and myaim to try to make the state tpbanner state but love of my n tive state says to me try and in spire the teachers in my native state to be in the front ranks if I defeated in this great battle for greater knowledge of nature n ndlot her undeveloped wonders May Kentucky be inscribed the banner that shell lead the unI tune in the great work of uplift lug the weak of guiding the way awndMr ir making this nation a light the siall shine as the sun at midday Greeting of congratulations to fellowworkers from one of the VJOld Kentucky teachers for wh you have done but more for wh- s you are going to do J J workJl nk Okla jr c lBG A Notes I has something like j lagrippe j There is a great deal of sickness jj school J F Walters visited homefolks Saturday wad SundaC4Hon C C Fulks of Campton visited his son Darley Sunday There is a rumor in school that there is measles but we think there sf nothing of it Prof Lenix Swango is sick at writing and is not able to at nd to his workslSam Brewer left Monday for Campton He will matriculate in County High School there Prof M O Carter gave a very teresting talk at the Methodist church Sunday night the regular pastor being absent Thero fire about SCO enrolled at illt and reports show that will he gnvoral more in this largestitshistoryFire at CamptonII Campton on Thursday night las hadanother disastrous conflagra tion entailing a loss of several- rthousand dollars Tho Masonic and Odd Follows Hull which wasI I insured for 900 and the Colum building with an insuranceI 1 GOO were among the buildingsI The firo swept everything tho Methodist church to MainI street The Columbia building as owned by Thrasher CombslI l and also tho sealer store on Mnin street Frank Thomas had n stock goods in the hull and had a I small insurance Tho fire is sup posed to have been of incendiaryrforI origin but no ono seams to know anything about it A Halsey woman I had occupied a building ini rear of tho Columbia and the fire originated there But no one was 1 living there at the timoII A Serious Charge Ji Elijah Blankenship a well1I I known young titan of this vicilljjl was arrested on a warrant charging him with u very serious offence Ho waived examination 1 II dI issueI Ij dI jury which is now in session 1 Many of his friends claim that he i not guilty of the offence he jis J charged with and that when theii 4 proper time comes he will so dem onstrate We refrain from giving any of the details as given out un rtit he shall have had a trial o grand jury takes action in the j premises LaterHe is out on a bond of 500 High School at Campton The trustees of Wolfe county met at Campton Wednesday las and established High School iu buildingfwhich they bought last fall Theywit employed R M Clark of Win chester as principal Edgar Al exander and Taylor Taulbee are as sistant teachers The school spell ed Monday and the enrollment j not known The school will b known as a secondclass High School Liberal Terms I am representing tho largest retail clothiers in the world an m prepared to dress smart med mI iu the most fascinating manner in the latest popular style and o I easy payments Call on or write and I will s rve you at the earliest date BURNS ELAM Agent Box noHazol Green Ky Saleh aeiito sell my house and lot in Hazel Green House has four room good well never fails halfacre 1lot with smoke house barn and cow Three good apple trees Ca onGP DYER 10James Lacy slid wife of La creek have moved to town and 03 copy the property they recently purchased of Dr Harlan Stamper and Mrs Lacy lived here some atyears since and we are glad to welcome them back Alvin Oldfield was moving h atsawmill from Grassy to head of atStillwater yesterday He has half million fet to Raw for C F Garringer f L KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and CoiciselyJI Chronicled Six months in jail and 500 fine was the verdict of a jury in Franklin Circuit in the case of Morgan Brawner charged with tne killing of Bacon Robb May the fonr year old daughter of I Charles Brown of Forest Grove was riouslv scalded when a pot of boiling coffee was spilled over her She will I probably die S H Knsh revenue agent for the I at large has filed suits against fifty Lexington grocers and restaurateurs for state license for the salt of cigarettes soft drinks etc In less than five minutes after he be brakemanPatrickdown and killed by a switch engine in the 1C N yards at East Louisville yearsIconducted a vegetable stand in the Lex ington market house dropped deadon the street in the city while on his way home Saturday night about 10 oclock oftapoplexy 1A negro chicken thief who gave his ame as Sam Clark was arrested after a AndyIa farmer residing shout eight miles from Louisville When capturl d tb negro was bletding from about 50 shot wounds At Brooksville Mason county Charlie Gallagher fired a doublebarreled shot gun into a crowd of young mew and women on their way to church lund iK eight of them As the crowd passed his house Mime use called outLets r go Gallagher aud he responded with his gunAfter being twice awarded large sums against the C k O railway company for the killing her husband by one of the defendants trains Mrs James Brashear of Montgomery IluntyI was awarded 8750 at a third trialand this verdict was last week sustained by the Court of AppelsISix indictments charging Edward Kirtley a student of the Kentucky NorI mal and Industrial Institute with steal ing and selling school questions to perI sons who became applicants for teachers KirtleyJcommitted suicide in Lexington a shortI time since while out on bond Bad luck pursues Col W P Walton a LexingtonIFollowing on e heels of the suspension of the paper Wednesday and the filing of a deed ol assignment Thursday some thief broke into his room Friday and stole an over coat and hat the best the colonel had George Dudley the negro who last fall lewrs neighbors in Lexington was last week found guilty manslaughter in taking the life of Laura Dudley and was given fifteen years in the penitentiary He iia yet to be tried for the killing of EII Hall thtnCIM on post ed the following notice says the lIar rodshurg Herald Notis trespassers B persecuted to the full extent of 2 mungrel dogs which never wuz over soshibel to strangers and 1 dubbel barI shotguns witch aint loded with soft pillers dam if i aint agittin tired ofr this hell rasin on my farm isJames perehops fatally stabbed by his sieter in law a wornau by the nameof Rader at Granny Richardson Sprinc Monday evening The parties met in the road and had a quarrel and Gause struck the woman over the head with a whip staff where- d upon che rushed at him with a long knife and stabbed him in the left side just below the heart Estill Herald uWhile sleeping in its mothers arms the one year old child of Mrs Pad Walk r of Davies county was acci dentally shot by Roy Dregsdcn the six yearold nephew of Mrs Walker andi died about twenty minutes later The little boy was playing with a gun whiti Mrs Walker thought was unloaded and dropping it on the floor was dischargel tearing off one side of the babys bead The mother was not injured but is pros 9traced over the affair CASTORIAIlForInfants and Children The Kind Yoi Hara Awaj BNtfI X yBearsthe x Signature of I t IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE About the size of your shoes its tome sa ifaction to know that many people can wear a shoe a sie stusller by shaking Al lens Foot Esse the antiseptic powder in isio them Just the thing for dancing par tes patent leather shoe and for breaking in new shoes When rubber or overshoe pincar sse IlU everywhere 25e Sample FREE Address Allen R Olmsted LeRoy N Y DoD ac cent u1 sastitaty I rfy t 0P LJ r IEle Hind You Have Always Bought and which has been 1 use for over 30 years has borne the signature of I and has been made under his sonal supervision since its perIIAllow no one todeceive you in All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms rind allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The lIothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSt Bears the Signature of AThe Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE tINTWN COUPN777 CaTNttrNgTNa CRf I 1 IS ITthe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers NO Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control- A bank that loans its money in small sums well distributed and well secured A bank that is conservative and will protect its depositors This oppr rtunity is offered you by The HAZEL GREEN BANK E F CECIL President R H PATTON Cashier f WINTER I- SCOMING helpayou get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line of MILLINERYDry is complete An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats Trimmings Shapes ftC A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Suits Coats and Skirlst for Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest toMsell you Prices reasonable Your patronage solicited Yours truly MAPEL TROY 1 Kash Johnsond Kash ni DEALERS IN tj General Merchandise 11 COUNTRY PRODUCE c J HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of tho people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they have just received embracing general stores i 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 and sell them at the lowest margin of rofit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stock including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less tKASH JOHNSON RASH FURS UII WIIIUAGe s r I AND HIDES iPAm i ii IrcIIATn 1- wt 1be rx tw r r c r e T 7Y c ittffffI L r DRESSMAKING 0Mrs FeN DAY has just opened a Dressmaking Establishment where she is pro pared to make all garments for aaies wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits there by making an old snit appear as new She solicits the patronage of the public andguarantees sat isfaction in all cases Her many friends and old customers will recognize the fact that she has had an experience of thirty years and is amply able to meet all demands I Headquartersfor Silverware and Optical Goody at the lowest prices You can also have your eyes tested and fittedwith glasses properly and correctly Call and obtain pri ces it will not cost you a cent to be convinced A R MAUPPIN WATCHMAKER JEWELER CAMPTON KY GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when t so requested Public patronage iis respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE 6 00oooooc ax ooc a oo HB fflWestor1 Banka t WINCHESTER KY N H ViTUEKsrooNrrtt W R SlHAB Cashier Paid Up Capital S10OOOOOO Undivided froUtii 17OOOOUU j Handsome Deposit or- LWover 3 SJ500OOOOO This bank solicits the accountao- tmerehantsfarmerstraders I and bus iuess men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom ers everr facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate 1 banking loct2ly 4 We Bu- yFURS r 1 1HldesamdFeaderiTallow Beo waz Cuucng Golden SealYcowRoct May Apple Wild Ginger eta We see dealer uVd In l656Orcr lutf a century in LouirnUe andcao do better for you thin set or cocuninioo merchants Reference y any Dank in louis le Write rwUr J Jprlid and itapcug taa M Sabel St Sons j J 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY 1LI Ij KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew fOR luaaOLDS LUNGTROUBLES1ISATISPACTOEo8 FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN k Catalog on Application No Agents r H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY y Prom u obtAIned ritoforour- CO a FIPar imouer before we f AT PAY aadLelp Send EILE and we send TON PAT tlce Begto m I rit or Deto Neuralgia IONEI ONEor Liw1 Tablet and the PaiisCiopt HEADACHE BACKACHE Before I begin to I UM Dr Milt Anti Pda Pius I lutftrtd In days and wcckt I will ncunlgl Now I nrcly ever hire the I bctdjche IIwi0 newer be without men Mill Eleanor Wade 825 NOia Sweet SL Joseph Mluoiul j lain Tilt roan or- RHEUMATISM I and SCIATICA 25 Dcaes 25 Cents Yoar DragctM sCa Dr Mitt AreiPunPlfli ad hub anbortnd t raw dw price ol the ant pictae any It s faIa w eaneatoa 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission that will insure to Solicitors 10000 a month and better 1 Cash prize of S oOOOO 1 Cajh prize of 30000 1 Cash prize of 20000 1 Cash prizo of 10000 4 Cash prizes of 75 each UUIIOO 4 Cash prizes of 60 each 21000 8 Cash prizes of 50 each 40000 12 Cash prizes of 25 each 0000 11 Cash prizes of 15 each KiiOO 7 Cash urlzes of 10 each 7000 50 Cash prizes amounting to 257oOO EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize for Ohio S 101100 1 Extra prize for Indiana 7100 1 Extra prize for Illinois 1000 1 Extra prize for Kentucky 5000 1 Extra prize for Virginia or West Virginia 5000 4 Cash prizes for States not named here of 25 each 10000 GRAND TOTAL OF 59 Cash prizes amounting to 300000 paySolicitorswill equal or greatly excell the amount of such cash prize thus insur ing all against loss if only ten yearlyl Subscriptions are obtained The General News and Subscription Agencies are barred from this contest Hence Solicitors have no occasion to fear opposition from that source Send for terms get an early start Earnest work will bring you 500 a day ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY THE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade more popular than at any period or its remarkable career It is now read each week bv more than a million people Its Geld is not circum scribed by Suite boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving than unquestionable right ot claim ing to be the greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family publishersitasican home for the fireside and of interest to cvery member of the family To fulfill this purpose it iskept clean andwholesome The news of the world is handled in a com prehensiveunauner and the various depart ptinking light to the women and children current rrejudice idea of pleasing the greating number of fic scraphook umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium tor the exchange of ideas and information on farm topics Xo department is neglected bul evpry feature is taken care of with the idea of making The made worth many times tbeI yearSampleTHE MADE Toledo Ohio J IIilt 0 rt I CENSUS FORMAPPLICATIONS j Those For Enumerators Have Been Received by District Sn I Dervisor J F PaulyII Census Supervisior J Forrill1 i Pauly whose oilice IB at Pikeville has received from the Census Bu reau a supply of bitnk for persons applying for positions as census enumerators These wil be forwarclid to his list of apple I cants as soon as possible I The applications properly fillu out must be returned to the supervisor not later than Januar 31 the census director having extended the time for filing from January 25 which was the date first set for closing the considera tion of applications The test previously The instructions printed on the detijf the questions whichare Are you a citizen of the United States If naturalized citizen when and where were you natur alizedOf what state or territory ar longhavethereof Of what county andowhat town or city andward lire you a resident How long have YOU been a resident thereof What is your sex and color What was your age at lust birth day Whbre were you born What is your education Give tho principal facts What ia your present occupat tionWhat is your professional or business experience Give the principal facts and ifat presentj an oiiice holder name the oflice youholdHave you eyor been employed on census work either national r state If so in what capacity au for how long a period If a enumerator for what territory o r district Describe as accurate as possible ji Are you physically capable oiI a full discharge of the dutie ofu census enumerator Have you any defects of either sight hearing speech or limb If so state na ture of defect Do you speak English Do you understandand speak any lan guage other than English Ifso what language Specify languages spoken as Bohemian Chinese Danish French German Greet Hungarian Italian Japanese Lit huanian Magyar Norwegian Polish Portuguese Russian Slavic Spanish Yiddishetc Are you a member of a political committee of any party An swer Yes or No but do not in dicate what party In view Of the fact that you may be required to take the test before a postmaster state what poatoiHce would be most convenient to you for this purpose This test is of a practical characterr consisting chiefly or wholly of th filling out of a sample schedule o population from information furnished regarding typical families + and in the case of enumerators whose work will be in rural dis tricts the filling out of a sample schedule agriculture Are the answers to each of the foregoing questions true to the best of your knowledge and be lief Are they in your own hand writingIndorsements of each applican- must be secured from two repre sentative citizens of the commun ity in which the applicant resides They must be at loast 21 years o rage and acquainted with the appli cant not less than one year In dorsements will not be accepts from any person who is in any way related to an applicant The in dorsement certifies that the appli cant is a thoroughly trustworthy and honest person of good habits and in my opinion IS fully capable of discharging the duties of a census enumerator if appointed Making Life Safer Everywhere life is being madeI more safe through the work of Dr Kings New Life Pills in consti pation biliousness dyspepsia in digestion liver troubles kidney diseases and bowels disorders Theyre easy but sure and per fectly build up the health 25c at all dealers What Little Things Do Little drops of water poured in to the milk give the milkman daughter lovely gowns of silk Little grains of sugar mingled with the sand make the grocers assets swell to beat the band Little bowls of custard humble though they seem help enrich the fellow selling pure ice cream Little rocks and boulders little chunks of slate make the coal1 mans fortune something very great Little ads wellwritten f printed nice and neat give the I joyful merchants Homes on Easy street Exchange J j isea J n t ILl 11 r1 OBEAR IB NET A CANDIDATE ApI t Governorship iKentucky Evening Gazette Judge Edward C ORear is not Repuulicanijgovernor jI wouldIIhigh oflice from his party he does not court it and his inclinations 1and desires are all contrary to en polifcharacter ofn politicalcontest which acceptance of a nomination for governor would moan He said till of this and more to tho Gazette when asked just what was his attitude toward the constant talk that is being heard that he will be a full fledged candidate for governor next year Judge ORoars Statement Of course I am sensible of th honor that many of my friend- are doing me in suggesting my name for the partys nomination aledone without my desire and against every inclination that I have The field of political activity or ambition has no charms for me I much prefer to go along in mv present course without regard for politics or policies A judge should have no politics and no question from thu outside should be brought into the evory day life of his duties He should cut neither to the right tintline in his work regardless of outside considerations and it is this that I am trying to do I see my duty I love my work on the benchI and urn trying to make my service of value to the commonwealth in this way which I consider sum cient for any man wadiliart staudarye hearer you get o the race for the nomination at th right time Yes of course I hear these thirsts but as I said I pass them bywith as little consideration as it is possible tu give hem From now until the next state election- S months away is a long race for a short horse to run There are lots of things that may happen be tween now and then I am not a atgiving the matter no thought I of course appreciate the interest my friends feel in the matter on my behalf but zealous friends will sometimes do a great deal without consulting ones desires Saved at Deaths Door The door of lentil seemed read to open for Murray A Ayers o Transit Bridge N Y when hi life was wonderfully saved e was in a dreadful condition h writes my skin was almost yellow eyes sunken toucue coated poundsft lIver trouble pulling me down to death in spite of doctors Then that matchless medicineElectric Bitters cured me I regained the 40 pounds lost and now am welll and strong For all stomach r liver and kidney troubles theyre supreme 500 at all dealers Laughter a Medicine verytmentally and physically iis enforc ed by the following from Success Laughter induces a mental ex hiluratiou Tho habit of frequent and hearty youdsave you years of your life There is good philosophy as well as good health in the maxim Laugh and grow fat Laughter is a foe to pain and disease and a sure cure for the worryLaughterBe cheerful and you make everybody around you happy harmonious and healthful Laughter and good cheer make love of life and love of life is half of health Use laughter as a table sauce it sots the organs to dancing and thus stimulates the digestive pro cessee Laughter keeps the heart and physIcalbeauty jj I Laughter is natures device for exercising the internal organs and j I giving us pleasure at the same time Itsends the blood hounding thru the body increasing the respiration and gives warmth and glow to the whole system j It expands the chest and forces I IllusedI Ill health which may be destroyed by a piece of bad news by grief or anxiety is often restored by a good hearty laugh j hotterJI j L r w 1 J11 i 4y Worn Women Women worn and tired from overwork need 4i i tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness will jnot leave you of itself You should take TVine Qf Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women Thousands of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit it has been to them Try itdont experiment use this reliable ofttried me- dicine14KECARflUH 1i- II I I The Womans Tonic o- fblrs Rena Hare of Pierce Flit tried Cardui and afterlFUi hadoI pain in my side and legs could not sleep had shortness orDrealnv I suffered for years until my husband insisted on tqy trvCardui The first brittle gave me relief and now I am almost well Stry Cardui Twill help you ATALL DRUG STORESt 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