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I Ifi r f r I HERALDrastpoaafat1s11toryof Joaatliaa nd His Op tlmetby Max OKcll 0 CER COOPER j BtE2 Owner gad Editor The Oldtstifost Ppu MitMNittoy Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a YIII iiII tith = = = = = = a a TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HA2BL SRE1N WObF jCOUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 27 1910 NUMBER 81 aa- e liilngton and Eastern Rillwiy five Table la EUect Jane 21 1908 WEST BOUND 01 I No3 u5 STATIONS Daily ei Daily andI Suuday tunday lSundayoul AMLve PMLve AMLve 6 10 am 2 20 pn 7UU urn JJlCklon I UtKJunct II Rpm 7anuw- eattyve Jr 7 s Wlm ii11m Torrent 1 i 1511mII 3 41 pOJ Sla blU a Nat Bridge 7 3 66 pm StI am Campton Jn 7 5 57 pn 8b aw 8 15 am 46 pol SMam Clay CityII 8 25 am I 35 pm JO am 507 10t3aw- WinehesterI 9 Wam pol 9 12 am 5 20 po tol am in 955a m 005 pu lulJ am EAST 80UNDpNoJ xNo4uSTATIONS Daily and SundaySunday PJl I 0 AMLrt J 36 amS i5 LTeII 238 201813 am i 4S pm 350 18tilm SiS pmlujtlnloniI4t 430pm Campton Juntu i If 38 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 9 43 urn 4 47 pta 62 rorrenL 1162 9 56 am 5 10 BeattyveJc lU 17 am 6 05 pm1iO OKJunc 90 11 J5 am 6 10 pa94 IacltaoniI1f4 11U am CONNECTIONS L E JvNCTiOJk ltatusNos IandBy w ill make connectiou with the C 4 dCAMPTOX5 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVLLK JCSCTION Trains No2 will make connection al Beattyville June with the 1 and A Itailway for passengen a to fOconnect with the O d K Railway for local stations on the 0 i K Railway- W A MCDOWELL Ueneral Manager CHAa3COTTUenPass Agent P OhiO Ifl1ukff IiaUwagg lime Table May 21 1905 WESTBOUND 4 No33 Kl Ko21 Duty ez STATIONS Daily ex- tDDl1ay I 2 Sunday PM ABB 0 21 PMABBI 5 20 el Cannel City 22 IS 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 a 45 13Lee City 13 12 13 4 11 11 51 3 6 11 44 3 0520IHampton 0 11 15 3 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 IS IZNo22 Daily ex STATIONS Dally n Sunday Sunay AULVK PMLvE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wilhunt 20 1 51- O4K9 25 1 Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nog21 and 22 will make close eonneetioi at O A K Junction with Noa 3 and 4 for point on the Lexington and Eastern rUIl way U L CONLEY IIUlam Cea1ig1U Millad No 1 No 2IDEPART 600 a mCampton1180 a m 200 p m Campton 000pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPABT 7 80 amCampn JunclO 05 am 380pmCampn Juno 4 40pm The Mountain Central connection with all L do E pas senger trains B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY INFORMS the citizen of Wolfe ttrijd counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Cloth andeverything necessary to put awa the dead in decent styl- eISpecialJ raskeU supplied on 24 I hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and backs furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones Ac C HOS- ENotary SEWELLX Public I ir STILLWATER KY LOfen hia profeMional services to dtkesaof + Wolfe collatt and oleltat is paLroaas of fall wbosiaTlase legal wLarryoiiee MIIi xrldi i a- ski 4 r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority ofour readers especi ally distant friendsan CANNEL CITY I The enrollment in the Graded Public school has reached 271 this term Hester Patrick of Cnney was guest of Edna Lykins last Wed nesday Gardner Lykma of Parif has been visiting friends and relatives Of our townSIDr Southgate of Lexington two very interesting sermons t1 here Sunday tl Mr Bearman with the Rich IRichmondm John Caudill a student of the public school left Saturday to visit his parents at ltIoreteadb Clifford Nickell the hustling salesman for Van Deren Hardware Co made his initiatory visit last eekvErnest Stacy John and Green Elam students of the public school + paid hemefolka a visit over SatnrIay and Sunday Caudill Bros the famous ex merchants of this place have youe to Jackson where they will man i a wholesale and retail business 8forj ISaturday night the School Improvement Club presented the play- entitled The Deacon to a larg and appreciative audience The door receipts will enable the club to add greatly to the library Before the year closes they hope toIin have the best school library i- P Eastern Kentucky h Jan 24 ETHEL A Wild Blizzari Ragii i brings danger sufferingoftenp deathto j cold coughs and lagrippe thet terror of winter and spring ItsI danger signals are stuffed up nostrils lower part of nose sore chills and fever pain in back of head and a throatgripping cough When grip attacks as you value your life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle cured me writes A L Dunn of Pine Valley Miss after bein laid up three weeks with Griptt For sore lungs hemorrhages as thma coughs colds its supreme 50c and f100 Guaranteed by allj1 dealers 1 CILLMORE Andy Wadkins moved to Frozen FridayEHenry Duun children aro some what better from la grippe Rollie Clark was a guest a Logan J Lndon last Thursday night ntHenry Clay Rose of Lee City f was in this section buying furs Suppose we will have some mra wedding items to write in a few I days- E Sam Oaks and wife of Oakdale- visited her parents Marion El I and wife recently Rollie Cecil sold a pair of mules to John Murphy last week for consideration of 215 Rev Jim Madden of Stillwater- s J preached a very interesting to a large congregation at this place Sunday lastII N L Combs and I R Hello were in this section Thursday ltie t searching for some folks who failII ed to go to court The train on the 0 K wreck ed last Wednesday We missed i getting our mail that day Ma- Y h damage was done James Nickell recently moved from Bruce Lewis farm on the Stamper branch to Scott Nickell ia farm A this plac- eMann Eof this place and hinds Haddix of May town were arried Wednesday January 10 + at the home of the brides parents Henry Haddix and wife andvon returning here were accompanied by Cortez Ely and Aquilla Hjdiijc They report a pleasant honeymooaI Jaa94 DAJU I z s 1 c h TO CORlE8POHDEHTSMail yoarII items early 10 they will reach our office morningMondayifNewareceivedgflerJbatwfllnot babioesadpaper J I LAN00AW Dick Russell of Hazel Green I was here today 1 Fridayfor 200poundhag 4 Curt Halsy with agQod booch furs eats he it now ready to fix N L Combs deputy sherifff is his week at Camp ton waiting on courtH bought of Will a finV young mare Price Abner Treutof Trentis budding a house at the C H Loveland i mill preparatory to moving thereHoward JI61 yJohn Brewer and Bruce McGnire of H G A home folks from Saturday until Monday Buford Swaugo came over from G A last wetik to see his father and has since been talon wary sick and can netreturn Sylvester Murphy of Ezel vis ited bin father Robert Murphy this place last week and also in CamptonCQDIt- The suit against Great Rose for Circuitecourt and Grant will return to Elmendorf farm next week Clay aud Arlie Cecil have been this section looking after some yearn ling mule of Frank Dunn paying 105 for itIClevelndMnrphvis was visited last week by her arents Wm Hulsey and wife of Morgan county Rolls Cecilof Gillmore Jeff M Rose of Lacy Creek and Joe Cecil of Ezel were here today on their return from the CecilBur chum trial at Campton Jan 24 Asos I IChamberJains i I fogr throat and lung troubles quickly relieves and curse painful breath egnndiDjg 1 lungs LEXIE 1Lloyd and Monroe Lacy are very sick at this writing Aunt Eliza Niokell is still in very critical condition H L Childewwent to Campton Friday on legal basiness Bill Foreman and wife I guests of W S Trimble and wif t Sunday afternoon Mrs A F Johnson who hasI been sick for the past two orthreeI weeks isno better at this writing breachYspent Sunday with Newton Ma- loney and family HazelsGreen has been visiting her grandparents A F Johnson and wife for the peel week 1Mrs Charley Sample of this creek spent Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs J P Rose of near Hazel Green Andy Wilson of Rogers and bis brother John of Gillmore spent Mdnday qight at the home of their brother Joe Lee and fam ily on this creek Mrs Clayton Center of this creek died last Thursday night which casts a gloom over this en tire community where she fcad many relatives and wry warm friends She was general favorv ite and her unexpected death brings sadness to many hearti The sympathy of the whole nom munitv goes oat to the bereavedl ones and especially to the little babe that can never know a moth ors loving care Jan 24 BERTH Seed im OM tlls i jcJi i M IIE Sam Wilson is this week in the reading room of Marion Phillips Ed Cecil and Tom Lee made a business trip to West Liberty the other day Alvin Oldfield ofnearDaysboro bought his mill back from Charlie Caskey recently Miss Minnie Oldfield of Consolation pleasantly entertained Rash Davidson Sunday Jim Perkins of Red river bought a fine red cow from John Brewer of Nicked fork for 3 Jim Law8onhasroo ed from R M Bbillips place tc a fine cottage on Dave Jacksons far 3 Sam Low moved Mmday from daddyinlawsClay OcilrecentLvl adthe mis fortune of losing a fin muley cow valued at 50 Cause nknown Taylor Havens anc bride left recently for Bedford owa where they will make th irf Lure home Prof Grover Asbn opened up a subscription schoo at Caskry school house with an enrollment of 20 scholars Prof Curt Stamper closed his school Friday His ability as B ulJitySeveral Rev John Barker of Stillwater will preach at Consolation school house the first Sunday ia Februa ryeCome out and hear this good parsonTom Tanlbee of Johnson creek moved to a cottage on Riley Taut bees farm recently vacated by Courtney Barker who went to Lacy creek Two of the most progressive far mers in this section have started in to build a town One mansion is finished and another was start ed Tuesday The name of the vii lage has not been determined as yet but will be given to the world at a future meeting of the pro motersJan 25 POET Chamberlains Cough Remedy never disappoints those who mse it for obstinate coughs colds and irritation of the throat and lungs Itstands unrivalled as a zemedy for all throat and lung diseases Sold by all dealers MURPHY Millard Dennis lost a fine two yearold mule last week Pigs are selling at 10 cents per pound in this community The writer purchased two calves from J M Murphy for 25 Many cases of la grippe were in this vicinity during the coldsnap J G Yocum sold his farm near this place to James Havens for 1400D Murphy of Greasy creek takeameasles- Dillard Murphy will start to Lexington in a few days to take a business course Grasayhaeeto ones to a crop the preeentyear IRev W B Lykins of West Lib artyiisstill viBitirjighepniJnlaw James M Dennis of EzeL J D Henry and Striblin Law ton wilt soon have the bridge com plated across BLackwater I say to the dear readers that THE HERALD is one of our pexaou at friends during the cold apap There are a fewoaies f measlea in some put of this vicinity and the other part is on the look out The postmaster moved thd post office at Ezel about a hundred yards to the old store house by his home Luther Pieratt iia a full fledged- deputy sheriff and is ready to ex acute all papers that way be put in bis hands George Neff of Pekin the road man is still after the boys and had a lot of them lined up before Squire S S Dennis Friday Kelly Murphy batter known as Gatewood haa returned from Mt Sterling market and reports it dull on account of bad weather Wick Childers of Maytown watt at Ezel Friday aud while there yeas interviewed by Squire S S Dennis and a pistol taken frou him which means a 25 fine and 10 jailJanU Gum u a tai llra k7 1lc i- itII hl SAMBFIILD Mrs D B Stamper is on the sick list Maud and Ellis McNabb are on the sick list Mrs W A Oldfiold was a guest of Mrs Joe Catron Sunday The infant child of Mr and Mrs Joe Ingram died Wednesday and was buried Thursday Dr G M Center of Hazel Green passed through here Sun day en route to Ezel Aunt Cinda Oakley who is liv ing at the home of 1 B McNabb has been on tho sick list Willie Catron called on A B Landrum Sunday but we think there were other attractiops Mrs Joe Cutron who has been confined to her room for snme time past is very much improved Last Wenesday Miss Rhiuda Haddiz and Marion Ely were mar nod at the home of the brides parent Mr and Mrs Henry Had dix Jan 24 HILDRED Saved at Deaths Door readytoTransit Bridge N Ywhen his life was wonderfully saved I was in a dreadful condition he yell l i i emaciated from losing 40 pounds growing weaker daily Virulent liter trouble pulling me down to death in spite of doctors Then that matchless medicine Electric Bitters cared me I regained the 40 pounds lost and now am well and strong For all stomach liver and kidney troubles theyre supreme 50c at all dealers- STNLLWATER James Bush has the la grippe Miss Stella Edwards of Trent is very sick with something like Isv grippe Rev Jeff Brewer swappedsix niceyouug cahres to Roly Clark of Red river for a twoyearold mule Arthur Bush movd from the C C Rose farm last Friday to the G A Sample farm on lower Still water Her onand Erna Tyra are very poorly with cold and la grippe at this time They took Lick while attending school at Hazel Green and had to come home Dr Gi M Center of Hazel Green is attend ing them Nanny Belle Miller and children who aometjjcae since returned here from Middletown Ohio are going LoganLindononGillmore e near future where thty are expect ed to make their future home Plague accept our tumble and heartfelt thanks for the regujar call of this clean and useful paper I have read it for a number of years and I enjoy it S8 whole very much There are very few papers so suited to the home as every member has some depart tdent of interest to them I wish you a successful year and will do what I can to make it so TholeiIe Dinaa Spwiish zNoedtlyfiledglarm vrdqkedtotreportitapsreon Slisaa Jack QiT b ire3edneedayin Fob rnarv Tor medical examination He is now drawing a pension of 0 a mcnJLb beitxg enrolled in the Louisville PetiMonAgency Your correspondent accompa Died by Riav Jeff Brewer visited 0 B Linkous and fanlily Sunday rind we certainly fared well at a bountiful dinner We spout an enjoyable evening listening to some splendid pieces of instru mental music which Mr Linkous little daughter intelligently reu dared on theIr new organ The hospitality of Mr Llnkous and family will certainly cause anyone to feel proodof having visited them Jan 34 DOMINGO Have you ft weak throat If I ao you cannot be too careful You cannot begs treatment too early Each cold r4iikes yOU more liable to another ad the seat iis always the haidertocare llf yon will take Chamberlains Cough Remedy at the oaUetyou will be Raved macb troable Sold by all dealer L 1cJ a TRENT Joe Brownrwlio hasbeen sick for a few weeks is improving J W Hall and familyiWftrevis iting his father Tom Hall last Sunday A crowd was entertained at the Lome of Miss StellaEdwarda with fine music Jack Sally of Toliverrrss a guest of his sister Mrs Ncah Tibbs recently MI and Mrs Tom Pennington tviJlitioghisG B Robin8onaod wntG prgef of Hazel Green were guests of JJ D Edwards ancL family Saturday night placehas 1 tives near Mt Sterling for thapaat week AtJirballIi roll having gained 23 mein bra in inine weeks Courtney Barker moved trom the farm of Riley Tanlbee on Grassy one day last week ftj the farm of his father near thiaplace Jan 24 FLORA nt4IL Uemedyismixture It is a meritorieBwrem edy for all the trpubiesome and roonltingfromchest or IUURH Sold b3 aiidBiSeTR ILLflEfCLiUi71izn S1TWW0E EOL i L- teoeti Piftfab1 Iwliirrrl tHill 1rixY P81Ntji oltean+ i The first thirteen states inr the table below have Teas than 1per cent of illiteracy All but one of these have school suffrage for womenThe last twelve in the tablghove- over 10 per cent of illiteracyint- his poop is Kentucky Not one adffLgefor gffrageforthe others have full or partial suf frage for women U S Census of 1900A fer Cant 1 Waibinfton ilb 2 South Dakota OR Mataaa 06 4 Nevada no suffragu 06 5 Wyoming 07 6 Massachusetts OS 7 Minnesota 08 8 Nebraska 08 7 CuBD cticat 08 pSIf12 That of Colno suffrage 08 IS NorthDakota0914 Idaho D9 15 California no suffrage 10 16 New York 12 17 Iowa 1218 Wisconsin 1319 KaaiaB i u 13 2ONw Bampe ire 15 L1n182if25 Pennsylvania no suffrage 23 26 Ohio 2427 Matefli suffrage M 24 t 5s30 Vermont 29 31 Indiana 3632 Marylind no suffrage 41 nnanffrae43ai33 Ttiis i6136 Arizoaa 6w 37 Mieeisaippii 80 8SgtWmV40 Vifgiqiai Hq4BufTMaa t 111 4t ArkaetaJfno Iu raetllt 42 QeooHa t6seelfragej119 ieuSH45 Indian Territory nolItilrrage 140 46 Teuaaeaenoauaga 142 47 Aabamaao II 4a LouialanJi no egtfrage17 4S North GaroiiMB0acflraff i 19 50 New Mexico BO Mftage MM 994 A Hartford Conn news jytjBHa says An alarm clock attachment eaisGeorge JIowevoa Gaatei iHjH At 530 ooloqk in the worniug fche alarm gqea off j lrMng a weight which slide several quarts of natr into each aUli sail removes the covers tf the water pails Tints Mr Howe U wiaJjlfldQ Bj paan- hots later each mprjjiing aMore oyer the horses are fed iHaBllaae ously ann there ia no jeiloaa IIIorseW4before c1 x err H 7 rJ70 0 7tr I T PL 0 THE HEMLDRnte- rrtlntthe Ilaxel Orefti Tuet oMcrKHieconil clMisMinttrr I SPENCER Editor I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 27 1910 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0 WOLFE CIRCUiT COURT DAVID n RKDWINE Judge TIIOSC JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty- J C LIXDON Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septem Lea i WOLFE COUNTY COURT I W U DUFF JudgeIj S U SAMPLE County AtturneyIKOBEBT L CA1 DOLL ClerkII 1 1Meetsfirst Monday j COURTIi WOLFE FISCAL Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District J o lC M Fallen Laird Friday I in March June September and l eccn ber District NoRobert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and November District No 380F Allan second Frida in February May August and November District Xo tP IL Ugj first Friday iin March May August nod November t District No5T C llollon second Fri day in March June September and De camber istrict No fBoy Hunt third Friday iin February May August and November District No iH T Helton fourth Fri day in March June eptemberaudl e 1 1cemberI District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri 1dayin February May August and November i 1 COUNTY OFFICIALS t OEOEOE V SALLKY Sheri J T CEERsesorJ C B LITTLE Jailer- J W TAULUEE County Superintendent Eo J CBEECJI8urcor-J FRANK SAUIIECorouer i UNDER the present ad valorem system of taxation iu Kentucky the farmor pays 58 per cent of the ontire tax while stocks bonds and1 money pay less than 10 per cent The commission recently appoint ed to investigate the tax system as employed in other states has discovered that the state of Wash ington is more nearly equable than any other in the union acid there unlike Kentucky there is no such thing as double taxation In thi s state if a man owns stock in a corporation r in Ohio he must pay taxes in Kentucky while the stocks are taxed in Ohio also This is bur densome on the investor and fre quently leads to perjury in giving in his property to the assessor Mortgages are taxed while the real1 estate upon which the mortgage is held is also taxed It is hoped 1 1thatthe present legislature may suggest amendments to the con stitution which will enable that body to pass a revenue law tha will be just to all Experience has proven that where a lower tax rate is in vogue the revenue returned i is vastly larger than where the rate is high and a low rate on bonds money etc prevents perjury or the temptation to perjury or giving in false lists to the as sessorII THERE is crying need ofa tele phone line between Helechawa au Campton via Hazel Green To build and equip the line properly will cost in the neighborhood 750 and that sum should be raised very readily It will require about 400 posts the wire and least five boxes The right of way will be given on much of the line and we believe the figure we have menfioned will do the work One citizen in our town says he will put i in 100 toward the enterprise + which leaves 600 to be made up Now who will come in and take stock to make up the balancey I pointswasand at no time reliable but for awhile it paid a dividend of 22 per i cent With a good line one that could be depenjJedTipijaat all times the line ought to pay 25 per cent anyhow As an inve- smeat thereto e it would pay vex y handsomely to say nothing of the convenience Let our enterprising i citizens thiuk upon it awl tsta liih the Hqeat once 1A- k n1 1 1 WK acknowledge the receipt of a bulletin of Kentucky Depart= 1 meat of Education just issued by State Superintendent Crabbe pre pared by Thos W Vinson firstly clerk After a hasty glance thru its pages wo are prepared to say that it is certainly one of the most comprehensive we have ever seen It gives a list ot all the public and private schools the county boards county superintendents graded schools high schools number of districts schools and teachers school census and school funds In short everything pertaining- to the school system It gives a list ofall colleges academies private schools etc not understate control It also contains the names of ovary state superintendent in the union including Hawaii Porto Rico and Philip Ipuns As before stated it iis a directorythat haudsIeducation MANY of our people complain of the dog tax in our state But the fact is that it is very low as compared with the same tax mI other states In Indiana for instance tthe tax on a male dog isI eachy1 additional dog Prior to the last llegislature in that state it was 1 on u malt log 2 lot tamale and 2 for each additional dog The dog tax there is collected by the assessor when he takes your list H G A Notes Leonard and Mollio Johnson took dinner with Uncle Chailoy Cecil Sunday Rollin Combs had the doctor called Sunday He has a severe case of la grippe Ilarlan Brown Kelly McGuire aud several others have severe cases of cold and la grippe Miss Miller1 gave the boys and uirls who eat at her table a social Saturday night All hada nice timeMisses King and Hiues have not been able to meet their duties fo a few Jays but are improving at presort The enrollment is about the same as last week which is good as there is so much sickness and talkof measles The U D socieaty delivered their weekly program Monday night The program was render ed well and all seemeu to enjoy it Arthur Kush J P Alexander and Hager llollon left for Camp ton Thursday where they will take the examination for county di plomas Miss Mary Meade came in last Thursday and took charge of intermediate department She is certainly a fine teacher The school is proud of her Howard Halsey John Brewer send Price Hattoii spent Saturday Pricetnot return as he will matricu late in the Couuty High School at Campton Tho report has gone out that there is measles in school but we reportTheresingle case So those who ar contemplating coming need not let that report binder IAdI The Kind You Have Always Bflutfrt theof jtttZSignature of a7Zcte tLoving Ones Work If a man doesnt love his work he had better get something else to do But the trouble is that anykindi them They lack intelligence If they knew enough to know good work they would soon learn to love it The manual training scheme has this in viewto sur round the job a man is doing with such intelligence and taste as will make it attractive to him The man who is in love with his job gets more contentment out of life than any other says Bran der Matthews and he gets a great pert of his contentment doing his histtent who is dishonest about his work This is shirking or doing negligently So these things al workbjobpJJJOJ r f in A Practical Demonstration 1 A rather amusing story is told i hordIwarej wished to purchase an ax shown the article and informed i that the price was 1 la- theI said Why Ican get that sumo kind of an ax from a mail order house for 90 cents Very j t i will wellslid give it the to hardware you for tits man sum IP thIsnmeI Ih Ik Ir iit All right replied tho cus tumor us ho handed over a Jula- bill the merchant giving him bar 10 rears in change Now said jtho hardware man Iwant 25 cunts more to pay express charges which the purchaser gave him How much did your ax cost you One dollar and fifteen cents the man answered Very good Now give me 5 cents more for money order fees and postage which the purchasHr had to hand over Now YOuOnesaid the customer Not so cheap after allsaid tho merchant whereupon ho picked up the ax tossed iit back on the shell and told tho customer to call for it in ton days as that would be as soon as he could get it if ho had ordered from the mail order houseExchange Wants It Another Year Trpnton N J Jan 18 1910 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir As my subscription to TilE HEHAID expired in Decem her I here enclose you money or der for one dollar for which please extend my subscription to the dear old HERALD another year We have been snowbound in this sec tion since Christmas hence tli delay Very truly MRS LIZZIE ROEDER It F D3 A New One A western Kentucky exchange say A young man traveling thru the state is representing hintsel- to be n the employ of the govern meat and inspecting rural routes He represents to the farmers that if they want to have their routes continued it will be necessary for them to sign a petition to that af feet showing them a form he carries Later this signature to the 0rf a small check at a local bank Keep your oye peeled for him u YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Take Advantage of Onr Great Special Offer Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING and RAILROAD AGENCY reduced to 45 and 250of stu dents railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to learn a first class trade that pays a good yearsnan has delightful climate 8000 inhabitants moral surroundings Students qualify in 4 to 0 mouths Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARANTEED POSITIONS paying 45 to 65 per month to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promotion Diplomas awarded Great demand for Telegraph Operatois Write today for our Free G4puge givota SOUTHERN SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY Box 272 NEWNAN CA Estray Notice oI have on my place a black and white estraySheOwner CliO get her by proving property paying charges and for this notice Ad vertixing SlOO FRANK Cot iutox gtillwater Ky THINKABOUT IT e HemP- aper means to you and youn It means all the interest neighborsdiroct1yInterested HomePacer jvifPrint Sal6Bilk 1 KD PRIKT THY R16HT and we can handle all lines of job printing makes no dlfforenceiIII large or small the IsamplesI envelopes business cards and wed ding stationery Youll be pleased with our work and prices will suit Net Work I Most IfUHito Mm L J f SisI 7 oli I 1 j j W W i 1- ij I A1T1T L y I I i 1earaci 1 f i Beginning February I Iand continuing until March 1 1910 every article in our Store will be reduced If you are looking for bargains now is the time Be sure and bring the money as no goods will be sold on credit Remember all who settle their accounts in full during this sale will be given 5per cent I of the amount in merchandise as a present Here are a few items to show that we mean business Heaviest Outing 7 l2c Heavy Fleeced Underwear 38c Mens and Boys Corduroy Caps 18 and 38c Calico 5c I Brown Muslin extra heavy8c I Flannellette 6 12cfCorduroy Pants worth 250 in this sale 190 t 135eBoys115-rAll Shoes reduced accordingly E 4 cans Baking Powder 25c 100f17 pounds Granulated Sugar 100 18 pounds Extra C Sugar 100 COME EARLY and GET FIRST CHOICE CECIL BROSr 1 HAZEL GREEN KY s11i a Farmers Not Getting Share Meat Prices We have discovered that thej farmer is not getting Hxorbitat- profits l out of tho beef ho raises j said Secretary of Agriculture Wilson in discussing high prices of j food suppliesII I have no doubt he continued that the same conditions will be found to prevail in most other lines of farm products The department agriculture e has agents in every state und every countyof the country They hay been ordered to report ly of the cost of production an returns of sales of all sorts of food productions As fast as we receive these facts we will compare them with the prices the same products bring in the cities where they are consumed We will then give the facts to the public We intend to bring out tho truth irrespective of whom iit j hurts or whom it benefits I an convinced that the public is com polled to pay a groat deal more fo I nearly everything it eats than i should and I believe tho figures will bear me 1 I There is antII increase in cost living over what it was yours ago The farm area is It keeping pace with the demand for fuo stuffs Cities seem to have mor attraction for the laboring ma than to the rural communities The vast hordo of immigra iou as well as the over increasing na tive population must bo fed and the farm is expected to furnish the food Just Like Him A promising young merchant ii- a in neighboring town presented his piaulampmuch flattered when she told him to give it his name until ho asked her reasons for so peculiar a pro Wellsaid youknow ofbratoIlookremarkably brilliant is sometimes unsteady on its legs halffull ways out at bedtime and is bound to amok I i yf lttSSto- f L If I jl AZELGREEN ACADEMY t- IWINIER 1 TERM BEGINS jTUESDAY JANUARY 410- I Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 Good Hoard per week 2 00 t Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you CARTERdoFor L- xGO t Tc 1 Kash JohnsonKash I t DEALERS INpMerchandisetCOUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY BARttiiitslietiuIN EVERYTHING f KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens justsLADIES SHQES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc s and that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspection 0 V W k i FW 1VwJl1 F r Pr41Z7 I fi ti 5 When thetaiI Hair Falls StoP IIt t And why not Fall j9gbalris a disease a regular I and disease and sHalrVlgoradI is proved made formula from our quickly new ImIIj soon Lnpletely destroys that dis own case The hair stops falling art grows more rapidly and all dandruff disappears j I D edirefherotorojfit airthl lonnull won aoIi 1IoWeho snow tt b aa- doetee 11 ersyak nlmanat6 the do Y ueqshI ne little book in each package gives terijeformula of our new Hair Vigor tells I Ins cheachmany other interesting thing- sjer I reidinp you will know why this new preparuion does its work so well I sttitnLCrarCo Loir UlC M time fiE HERALD wa Clifford Nickell and Roger Bryho ID were in town Tues dUlliI Mrs Lula Kash was confined to her bed Monday with la grippe Burnie Finch on Tuesday moved Kelly Jordan to Johnny HashsI farm below townSMary the twoyearold daughter of Forest Cecil is suffering very S leverely with croup J 0 Perkins moved to the Doc Perkins place Monday where h will make his future homem Mrs Ellen Pieratt is still very cl lick with la grippe at the home of her son Curtis Pieratt on Grassy Children CryfJFOR FLETCHERSlu CASTORII Capt Jack Rittenhouse Monde sold a Duroc Jersey sow to R H Patton for 25 and one to Nelse NickelltlMrs Berry James is spending the week with Mrs John 11 Rose while Mr James is on the jury a Campton Courtney Barker last week moved to his fathers on Lacy creek and Tom Taulbee moved to the plucep he vacated Mrs Ellen Pieratt who is wither h son Curtis Pieratt on Grassy + is quite sick and threatened with poenmoniafl Capt Jack Rittenhouse who is now making headquarters at Lower Greasy in Johnson county was here on a visit this week Nelee Nickell a few days ago traded a pair of aged mules 0forCharley Rose for a pair threeyear old horse mules giving 10 to boot Willie Davis who formerly liv near here but who has been Perry for some years is here look ing for a farm with a view to bn iogt0 W Cecil recently sold eight fivemonthsold pies for 84 at 7c a pound Tuesday he sold one Ito Sidney Bishop fur 10 four months old J Boone Bach who bought a littiea farm from Sebe Walters about two months ago on Tuesday gave Mr Walters 17 to rue the bargain and moved back to Johnson forkf BiU OHair an old Federal soldier and a pensioner is qui to sickat bu home on Big bran 1JThe nature of his illnes is ntti known to the writer but suffice beia in a helpleed condition t Uncle Josh Wheelers wife died I Sunday morning at the Widow jjKeffs near Maytown and was ktiaried Monday For some reason e Was not notified of the death J tt qautil after the burial tihe- iii wag J second wife f4 1 Oaa Long who was pounded Jtiday night requests us to tha- the people of Hazel Green for th fpoerous donation on that occasion Mhi8 father F M Long is at I pecially grateful He says he f rer knew that so much of the Milk of human kindness was to be I is aDY commtraity If iJ Ai Bnterjrfglag Firm This issue of THE HERALD con ins SIJcilbegin a clearance sale February 1 and carry it through the month In the a iI I chargedI ifall country melchants would in the same way giving prices the mail order houses would be knocked out with thEir for ammunition If moil order thoujjI will wares and prices surely the I as merchants can afford to upend from 25 to 100 each for same cause Our merchants ould seriously consider this mat andact upon it If every mer ant in the surrounding country would take space in this paper and change his ad once a month each giving a list of prices be the would soon realize that his trades improving and at the same time know that the mail order If were not doing such a vol of business Ask us for ratea Wolfe Circuit Court he Followingis a list of the grand tEISteve Rose YtIbertson James Neff Porter Lacy R Perkins Frank Johnson Henry Nickell Shelby Caunoy W Bohannon Dennio Collins Owen Coldiron and George Buch of anan After finding 14 indict of Tuesdayeat 10 oclock In the case of Rolly Cecil arged with killing Geo Bur cham there was a hung jury they standingsix for acquittal and six convictionWill charged with break a g into the store of the Hoy Crawford f was sent to the penitentiary yearVThe trial of Lige Blankenship indicted for seduction was coo to text term second week The case of Whisman charged j with the murder of Proffit was on trial yesterday- t Death of Mrs Center i Mrs Zerilda Center wife of Clayton Center of Lacy creek died Thursday night last of prey foyer She leaves four chIl- dren the youngest only about 48 hours old About a month ag I she had a fall and from that day until her demise she was never herself Indeed she tai she knew she would never again be well and picked out her burial1the place Hers was a very sad death on account of the young children t His brother Poiter Center recently married we understand will1 keep house for Clayton and care his little ones New Seed Corn edCapt Jack Rittenhouse has iin intraduced a white seed corn hereII that every farmer should try It largevI grain and is especiallyI adapted thin land John Bedford of j Clark county last year bought two bushels at Savannah Ga pad heII and his brother last year produced 926 bushels from the two bushels I of seed The man from whom purchased the seed first sent for sample of that grown in KenI tnoky and after seeing it ordered 600 bushels for which he paid 260 per bushel They claim that any of our good land will produce two ears to the stalk orhWinchester Ky Jan 24 10 tSpencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky ItDear Sir Find enclosed my check for 1 Please extend my subscription to THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD to June 23 1910 I hope you will excuse me for not sending in sooner All are well Kindest regards to you and Mrs Cooper and all other irqairing rends A M NIWKELL BF D JJoS box 24 nkTHIS ILlIMT T MOTMMSI euYotb arate Sweet powders for C Brea Certain relief for Fereriabo UI- I be Bad Staalacb Teething DisorL- IIV lie tjte sowela sAd de den ove awl regnWe WorDY TJu fa- a 24JlPtDCotroy brim the t bon They are eo hWle U milk Children like them as 10ow teeliaoahila of ern Thep OY r evclail Sold by all D- adr rata 1 II Dvat + All c rdNI JI II I1IaloneI CooperC3Editor HAZEL GREEN HERALD Dear Sir Please find enclosedI one dollar bill for which please I extend subscription to the en- dIi IiaIi many years I hope reading the itII readers of the good old HERALD excuse me if I offer a few thoughts and ask u few questions I am an old Democrat and St have voted for every Democratic nominee for president of tho United States from 1848 to the preseutre three times for Bryan and yet we need more silver dollars Our bidollarsboast of our wealth I dont know amount of our national debt and how much gold we are paying England as interest on our bonds a man pays tax on a large amount of property and dont know how much he is in debt he might not be as rich as be thought war So wishing a long life amlsuccess to you and your bet seveneighths Iam as ever J W STEELE A Safe Institution Tho Hazel Green Bank has a new advertisement in this issue our paper to which your otter tion is directed It gives a list of the stockholders after reading B which all depositors must fee that ifis a safe institution As furtherevidence of its solidity Cashier Patton says that for th Blast six months of 1909 the ban paid all expenses declared a semi jnnualj 100 a mcnth clear We doubt ifany similar institution in the state with no greater capital can show any better Liberal Terns I am representing the larger- retail clothiers in the world an am prepared to dress smart men in the most fascinating manner in the latest popular style and on easy payments Call on or write and I will spry e you at the earliest date BURNS ELAM Agent a Box 31 Hazel Green Ky 0Goa Dyer of Jackson a broth of George P Dyer of our tow 1was the hitters guest from Friday until Monday He is negotiating purchase of his brothers has and lot here in town and said would be back this week to close the deal Should he come he will 1open a barber shop as be is also a barber by trade Walter Henry after spending aI few weeks with friends and relatives at Campton is sojourning in Hazel Green a guest of the Day House He contemplates taking a course in bookkeeping at the I business department of the Hszf Green Acadomy and a11of his friends hope he will matriculate at once The H Krish Co inc whole sale dry goods and notions Cat isheissue to which the attention of our merchants is earnestly lyeIf wholesale houses can aQo to advertise in local papers howa much more important is it tb retailers should do the same The following is a list of yogi Sy tare at the Day House EI Falls Lexington Wm Atkinson Richmond and J M Bush The latter was a passenger in ti recent wreck on the Ohio h Ken tucky railway but escaped without injury Charley Sublett of Salyersville exsenator from this district was a guest of the Day House Monday and Monday night He is pa master for the Cumberland Pipe Line Co and was bfiF3 to settle1 claims against the company bonilbanned a faw weeks ago at wht timebe lost all his meat received a pounding Monday nigh near aU of ant citizens IlOmethiDJ in the way of + ibIH i I L KENTUCKY KERNELS refully Collate tad Concisely Chronicled The Clark county board of tax super andI18stIypar NovemberIGeorge Wilhoit will be appointed to the place A man iu Paris was lust week iii a1 60 for not paying his dog tax Thais the first of 159 cases which the out goiug sheriff has brought for the same IOn Clara Henton aged 22 of Cntlettf burg who recently attempted suicide the morphine route was rescued by prompt arrival of a physician and a stomach pump At Pineville James White a young negro was found guilty of having com miffed a criminal assault on Moasie Woodward a white woman and was given a deathsentence Newton Ford aged 23 was last week found frozen to death in a creek near Tompkinsville A friend of Fords named Charley Key was found uncon scions but was revived after heroic treatmentMrs Smith of Adair county while passing through a field to visit her brother was attacked by a vicious sheep and butted to death She bad been dead several hours when found and the body was terribly mutilated Jack Prewitt charged with the killing Conductor Frank iilevins of the O 8 railway was acquitted in Boyd 1Circuit caeeagainatawas also in dictedoathesamecbargewnscrnitinuedTyphoid paeukreo ported in sections of Nicholas and adjoining counties In some instances four or the members of a family are afflicted with one or the other of the dis eases The postoffice at Paris was enterrd by J burglars last Thursday night and after J blowingl off the lock from the safe were hadtbeen broken and about ir in Jdey oht1mps The contents of the safe were unmolested J Dr W L Nuttall of Henry county former superintendent of the institute for feebleminded in Frankfort who was I charged with detaining an inmate was Drought back from Mexico and tried on lunacy charge He wax sent to Lake land asylum the doctors having diagnosed his eras as paresis erThere were organized in Kentucky banksn10 during the year 1908 and 27 during the year 1909 making now a total of 481 banks in Kentucky During the las liquidatedbeor e have been three failures these having closed their doors or suspended business The big timber wolf which has appear ed periodically in Christian county for the put four years and has annnally caused a considerable loss to the farmers of that section by killing sheep and lambs was killed last week by hunters who were out for that purpose He weighed 50 pounds and measured four feet from tip to tip and stood two feet high elThe report of Postmaster Hall of ML Sterling for the recent years show that j it cost the government 5192 62 to de liver the mail to the farmers by the rUe ral routes while the receipts from the six rou tea ihowl07424 for stamps making a net loss to the government of x408528 and yet there are some farmers who think the government is doing them a theirtown d rItdDr J M Andrew of Wingo received j ea j pratshape of a Cheek for t8 This amount was for ginseng which th Doctor raised in his garden and shipped away rectally Dr Andrew planted the ginseng in a portion of his garden aaI an experiment and is now Hdplanted the seed four years ago and iis 10dof his crop Hopkinsville Kentuckian DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Mrs LOU DAY Proprietor- y Beat table fare in Eastern K A large sample roam pQpsgClld Heated and Ug tel1 by iei tboiikviii and special ae oaraiasdtiipaa W traveling wen DR C H WILJ4AMS PBT8ICUN AND SURGEON chHAZEL GREEN KYJ sill1fconssea Beak F 4k The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use my For Over Thirty THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Capital Stock In in Cash 315001 10 Profits after paying 3 semiannual dividend 1200 00 iIndividual Responsibility 15000 00 Total 831200 00 The Following In Ilnt or Stockholders Who Own and Control It R F Cecil funnrr Hazel Green P Rose farmer Hazel Green B Elkins farmer Lexie- R A Kasb farmer Gillmore 01V Cecil farmer hazel Green Ben Murphy farmer Hazel Green- J S Pi ratt farmer Hazel Greta S Kiltenhouse mmeowner Hazel Green F M Phillips farmer Hazel Greta M Cecil farmer Hazel Green X Vf Cecil farmer Mt A Hoffman insurance Mt Sterling W L Hurst lawyer Campton IS and we are now prepared to help you get ready for it Our Fall and Winter line of is complete For Infants and Childre i 1 a 3 t THE curtaus canue aarvoes any 1 Paid n c II E Oney IninhermTr Rose Fork Mrs Susan A Campbell Hazel Greta M S Campbell Hazel Green DaysboroEMrs Mary E Smith New Castle- T M Lee farmer llaiel Green- C S Sample farmer Hazel Green It H Patton Hazel Green- J T Whaley carpenter Hazel Green Mrs E J Rittenhouse Hazel Green Mrs T11 Lee Hazel Green Mini Lula M Evan Swords Creek Va 111iWINTER COMING MILLINERYDry bthirnA Year- sCASTORIA An Elegant Display of Beautiful Pattern Hats TrililiRgs Shapes etc A Beautiful Selection of Tailored Stlte 1 ecats Mi Skirts for Ladies Misses and Children Nothing but the best and latest to sell you Prices reasonable Your patronage solicited Yours truly MAPEL TROY i i INTOe LONGSev Millinery Parlors 4 And examine the IIFINE tSTOCK OF GOODS A v g I JO If W lI 5+ Ji AW i f fit tIt i wA 4y or q I 1rv Jt i 1 rjj 7jkVyti 1 9 1taiI I y r f1 DRESSMAKING 0Mrs F N DAY has just opened a Dressmaking Establishment where she IB pre pared to make all garments for ladies1 wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits there bj making an old suit appear as new She solicits the patronage of the public and guarantees sat iisfaction in all cases Her man 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 11 Rare IpportilMig I offer for sale my residence consisting of seven ronm cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the roust 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 stock of materials and supplies also equipped with power and machinery Will sell all together or separately For further particulars call on or ad dress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm of 200 acremore or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All fenced and crossfeuced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard everlasting flue water 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 ary 1 1910 For further particu lars address ELLSWORTH LACY R 31 No1 Rardin Ill ri GEORGE RICE HAZEL GREEN KY I have several Hue Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also haver A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when BO requested Public patronage iis respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE iune Mustere 4tBai WINCHESTER KY I 2 N H WiTiiEEsrooN Pres 5 5 W R SPHAB Cashier f 8100000001Undlvlded over 8300OOOOO This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus inessmen generally throughout ern Kentucky and offers its Eastjj factlityand the mosters ever banking terms within the limits of loct le liberalii We Buy FURSHides Wool Feather Tallow Becwu Gintecc I CoUcn Seal4YcOaw Real May Apple i wad Ginger eta We are dealers nuUiihid in 1856 Onr hail a CC1ItI7 ill ifnafnHe tcd can do betterfor you than JIIIb or coonsmaon mcrcKazts Referrncr eel Beak ia LoujnriBe Write for wally pncelut aDd ilipptDS Ug n Sabcl A Sons 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY s KILLTHE COUCH urn CURE THE LUNGS KingsNsw I 7 FOR ifooOLDS FretAIIDJ UABLNTEED SATISPACTO- ii OK MONEY BEFOWDED 1 FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL F TREES Lye r ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN Y t a Cat on lication No Agents NlrHI ENMEYER d SONS 1 L INGTON KY 4 9 00I i roi tj HeadacheFor I keep Dr Miles AntipainI Pills on hand all the time and would not think of takingIjourney without them no mat ter how short a distance I amJgoing I have a sister that has had terrible headaches for years and I coaxed her to try themIand they helped her so much she now keeps them by her all 1 the time From my own experience I cannot praise them I enough MRS LOU M CHURCHILL 63 High St Penacook N H Many persons have headache after any little excitement or exertion They cannot attend church lectures entertainments I or ride on trains without suffer ing Those who suffer in this way should try Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills They give almost instant relief without leaving any disagreeable aftereffects as they do not derange the stomach or bowels just a pleasurable sense of relief follows their use Get a package from your drug gist Take it according to direc tions and if it does not benefit he will return your mone- yS 300000 IN CASH PRIZE TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission l 100R I 1 Cash prize afS 50000 1 Cash prize of 30000 1 Cash prize of 20000 1 Cash prize of 10000 4 Cash prizes of 76 each 30000 4 Cash prizes of 60 each 24000 8 Cash prizes of 50 each 40000 12 Cash prizes of 25 each 30000 11 Cash prizes of 15 each 1G500 7 Cash orizes of 10 each 7000 50 Cash prizes amounting to 257500 EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize for Ohio 10000 1 Extra prize for Indiana 7500 1 Extra prize for Illinois 5000 1 Extra prize for Kentucky 5000 1 Extra prize for Vlrgiiia or West Virginia 5000 4 Cash prizes for States not named hereof 25 each 10000 GRAND TOTAL OF 59 Cash prizes amounting to 300000 paySolicitorswill equal or greatly excel the amount ofsuch cash prizethusinsur- ing all against loss if only ten yearly Subscriptions are obtained The General News and Subscription Agencies are barred from this contest Hence Solicitors have no occasion to fear opposition from that sourceSend for terms get an early start Earnest work will bring you 5 00 a day ENQUIRER COMPANY zCINCINNATI 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 iU existence finds the Toledo Blade more popular than nt any period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week bv more than a I million people Its field is not circum I scribed bv State boundaries but involvesIthe length and breadth of the giving it an unquestionable right of claiming j to be the greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly n family Theoneobjectofitspubliaborahas J iran home for the fireside and of Interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it clean andjwliolesome The news of the word is handled in a com prehcnsive manner and the various depart I painstaking light to the women and children current prejudice i idea of pleasing the greeting number of fic serapbook I umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium for the ex change of ideas and information on farm 1 topics No department is neglected bul every feature is taken care of with the idea j of making The Blade worth many times the yearSample 4 THE SLAPS Toledo Ohio1- t w fr TO OLD KENTUCKY i eNt1rRead on Kentucky Night at thf Hungry Club New York t i I Heres a health to Old KentuckycWhere the simple life still gives II lazy listless rapture i To the soul that truly lives And dispenses creature comforts To the mortal here below a satisfying manner IIlhata health to Old Kentucky Where the hospitable mindIIIs bent on doing something I Of the good oldfashioned kind J1 For every man and woman Who is stranger or is friend I With h warm and open welcome Whichcontinues to the end Heres a health to Old Kentucky Where the women arc an fair As the pink and white sun kisses That the rose and lily wearII And we dream of love and musiccOf the moonlight and the flowers That have touched the earth with beauty In that lotus laud of ours Heres a health to Old Kentucky Where the umber Bourbon glows In the clicking crystal glasses As the horn of plenty flows I In f olden stream of glory Bearing over on its breast Tim weary soul and body To a topaz tinted rClltff Herr s a health to Old Kentucky Where the horse is king and stands The model and the master Of his kind in other lands And his hoof beats strike the measure 11Of the music that is known To the simplest child of freedom And the ruler on the throne Heres a health to Old Keutnckv Where the blue grass grows knee deep And the cattle in her pastures Show the virtues of their keepjIWhere the broad tobacco acres Raise the sweet narcotic weed That solaces tae millions- In a world of strife and greed Heres a health to Old Kentucky yearsSTo the was of cavaliers Where the golden age is regnant And each succeeding morn Finds the corn is full of kernels And the Colonels full of corn Heres a health to Old Kentucky To her suns and daughters here Who think of Old Kentucky IWith a smite and with a tear They may talk of modern progress As the proper creed to hold But their hearts will beat the fondest For Kentucky that is old J100 REWARD 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to lean that there is at least one dreadedI disease that science hiss been able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh HallsI Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure no known to the medical fraternity Cutarr l being a constitutional disuse requires a con stitntional treatment Hulls Catarrh Cur iis taken internally acting directly upon th blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength b building up tbe constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they ofler One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY I CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Iills for constipation CENSUS ENUMERATORSRATES OF PAY Director Durand Establishes aL Classification of the Compen i sation of Census Takers thinlyinhabited Dakota South Dakota Nebraska and Kansas also will bo compen sated on a per diem basis Certain difficult or sparsely settled enumeration districts in other states will be included among those toI which the per diem rates will ap ply as the conditions of the enu meration will be such that an enumerator could not make fair earnings at auy of the per capita rates established This announcement was made by Census Director Durand in order to counteract the deterrent effect upon applications for enu merators places in the far wes and southwest states of the widely circulated and erroneous statement J wereIpopuluted j In this connection the Director has issued to the census super visors a detailed statement of the classification of rates adopted forII compensation of enumerators inII the Thirteenth Census commenc ing April 15 next There are three general ratesII the per capita the mixed and the per diemJThe first and second general I rates have five subdivisions each I The per diem rates range from 3 to 350 4 450 5 f60e and 6 and are to be paid for a day of eight hours work capita t widely used the pay for each in habitant is Class A 2 cents claqsI B 2t cents class C3 cents class r p 31 cents and class E 4 cents S paidfor20 cents clacs B 22J cents class C 25 cents class D 274 and claea E SO cents These raW are 11 89 f f i a in each ease 5 cents or more highII1 thou those paid in 1900 when I the range was from 15 to 20 cents proIIis 80 teats For each barn and inclosure containing live stock not on farms the pay is 10 cents for each class Under the mixed rato which is combination of the per capita and the per diem there are five subclasses alphabetically arranged the per diem is Cues F 1 G 125 H150 I175 and r2 For each inhabitant the pay is Class F 2 cents G 2A cents H 24 cents I 2i cents I and J 3 cents For each farm I Class 115 cents G 174 cents i H 174 cents I and J 20 cents j I each For each establishment of productive industry the rate is 20 i each class Making Life Safer Everywhere life is being made more safe through the work of Dr Kings New Life Pills in constipation 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 THE EDITORS REPLY It Got to the Wrong Man Who Re ported the Result A temperance lecturer once came to Virginia City said Murk Twain and iu his lecture he cited the case of a young Nevadan who had died from the effects of a half pint of brandy The case was a well known one but it had been a pint ofwhisky not a half pint of brandy that had killed the youth and conse quently Ias Answers to Correspondents man on the Enterprise wasnt astonished when I got this letter the day after the lecture To settle a bet please state in your valuable paper whether the young man referred to in last nights temperance lecture drank half pint of brandy or a pint of whisky Constant Reader My reply to this was Constant ReaderA pint of whisky The reply appeared as was our rule the week after its receipt but meanwhile a school teacher hud written in for a cold cure The I adoptedhand mistook our other correspond I thoughehe had a good constitution apd I the next day he wrote to us vasI I cable cure It worked pplnndidly The cold is completely gono now j and nothing remains but a bu Constant headache from Reader the pint of whisky iI The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Chum berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They do the work whenever you require their aid These tab lets change weakness into strength listessuess into energy gloominess into joyousness Their action i so gentle one dont realize they have taken a purgative Sold by all dealers Stale Tobacco Many housewives are annoyed at going through the rooms in th early morning to find the air heavy with the of stale tobacco smoke bravely as one may assure ones husband and his friends that she does not mind at all having them smoke in her parlor and then tries to smile so her husband will not know of the pious fraud By taking a simple precaution the husband and his guests may enjoy their cigur in any part of the house without offending miladys dainty nostrils the next morning Just tbefore largebowlroom in which the smoking was done and see that all the tobacco ashes and cigar ends have been re moved or better still burnedat once In the morning all the odor of stale smoke will be onccollJ pletely absorbed by the water and the air will have been freed from other impurities A large chaugetheatmosphereinhour or EO and this tact should prove in a practical way the folly of allowing drinking water to stand for any length of time un covered Wretched Mistake to eud re the itching painful dis toListen ofuerof Bu klens Arnica Salve and wag son oared Burns boils ulcers fever sores eczema cuts vanishbefou4 e i JIIII btio Why Softer 1 Are you one of the thousands of women wKc 1 suffer from female ailments I If so dont be discour aged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of I Cardui On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been remedyfor i contains no harmful ingredients and can be depend ed on in almost any case tel Takaii a It Will Help You C lira Charles Bragg of Sweetser Ind tried Cardui writes Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for m Before I began taking Cardui I could not do a days work Iwould work awhile and lie down I shall always give praise to your medicine Try Cardu- iAT ALL DRUG STORES = V Y i1 r I MORGAN COUNTY E IJ NATIONAL BANK Ei OF CANNEL CITY KY im f ii 1 CAPITAL S25OOOOO il1J SURPLUS 1000000 I UNDIVIDED PROFITS 25OOOO I ml u AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY ljYOURACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED E1iI L CONLEY President EuC STAMPER Vice Pm J r1 1CUSTER JONES Cashier II HAZEL GREEN HERALD II BARGAIN SUBSCRIPTION OFFER One Day OnlyJan 311910 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 manaee ment and as good as it hasalnayti been it is better today than ever anykindi IIthers the fluent local news service of any daily paper in the State has the Associated Press telegraphic news of tbr world it has amusing pictures from it own cartoonist every day splendid halftone pictures showings meal and world events and a fearless independent editorial page always fair and Interesting even to those who difler politically with the editorial opinion The regular price of the Daily Herald is 3 a year by mail and the regular price of our paper is 1 a year by mail By special arrangement we are able to make the wonderful offer of Dora FOB yearyj 1215rI Ij is received at our office not later than January 31 1910 IIif no subscription will be accepted at less than the regular price s f j received in envelope postmarked later than January 31 Send U S orffexpress money order bank draft pr currency in registered letter 1 eSubscription to either paper may be now or renewal and will date one year from January 31 1910 or one year from the date at which pres eat 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 Hazel Green KyI HIKE FOR HICKEY i tWhen you visit Lexington stop with Denny Hickey 1 imealsij ONLY 25 CENTS i j1 h 1 JOHN WHITE OO ANDHIDES UItJW rIEs Irll LfR9I r OBOES TetiiasCeat Ia t Wile I Si EftTABLISHBD 3t- I LOaxaTl7da Ate t THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky 1WHOLESAIf Dry Goods and Notions LAlways ii stock i JMs1iH 1rHrIJIJIIJ 1 iIiSxLt