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LpcI p r r L rya f 1 t BEc1 AoL 0 0atablfshldYaroh41SBb Y- iglieGREEN tiiroltttiittti68toryof+ Jaaa4hamaadisOC ttiaeat bylit9 0 tiu 0r 0 to i Ldoor The Oldest MvetPoiHto yCiWlli ahd AlcetQrrordfaoertJ7 f4re KenfaJCky Mountains t So a iW1Htfe 110oo IIt lFTH YEARHAZEL GREEN WOIiFE CtJNTT KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 f91Q NW1tER84Fi rittpBnd Eastern Railwy SeTibleiH Effect Jane 21 1908 WEST BOUND AobrhgjbIIONBI I I I i t 1 1AIlPMLve AMLve R 6 10 am I 2 20 pu 7Wam H laeboD Jnnct 6 15 im I 25 puii 7aa11m pkli JeaUTre Jc 7 u7am 12j 2O pin 754 am 7 3U am n pn 815 aw- bridge i Trnat 7 45am 6t pn S2ttam- pypton II J n 7 is am I 3 b7 ID s28 km- n 8 15 am 4 26 pn 854 am 4 ab 9U2 aw- j4EJnnen i City 8 25ttm pm Jllir 9 VOum 507 pn 1OI3um- Wbehelter I 12 am 5 20 pu 1012 IIW at 9 55 am u U5 plio IU2L nm j yeston EAST BOUNDtNo4i yandMraudiy AblLpaP 1 sr8p01Yinchevter 20 til3LaatL41Juncuon S 28 pm- S 248 50 pm pm 40 Clay City 40 I OltoID- S 9 1U a s- 43O dtAutonJHl58 pm U t- US 938ijimClUDptonJuntupm pm 57 Nat Bridge 57I 9 43 t 9 561cLt 447 pm 62 Torrent 7 1t1171- I 611 pm 70 BeauyveJc 90 1115 stm05 pm 90 OKJ uncn 610 pm 94 Jackson 94 112Uam CONNECTIONS U EJEJcTio liaiiifc NOli land will take connection with the C A OBy Jilt Sterlingfor CAKITO JUSCTIOX Trains Nos 1 2 I icd 4 connect with the Mountain Central ET Jor Pine Ridge and Campion- BlArrYVLLE JCSCTIOX Trains No2 t will make connection at Beatty ville June with the L and A Kailway for pawengen and from BeattyvilleIt OKJUEcrtoaTrains Nos 3 and4E cmcct with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General ager1 OHAHdCOTTUenPaBs Agent 1I p Rfintiicfca fiaiiwai lime Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND 033 IS m NO 21 b11reL n STATIONS = Daily ex 8aaday 2 P Sunay PUAEKI 0 27 PMABB 520 6 Cannel City221 IS 35 4 55 1lHe1echawa 20 12 19 I a 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 I 352 22 Wilhuret 6 11 H 310 27 OKJunction 0 U 15 300 Jackson 1105 ri EAST BOUND t I No22Werex y Sunday tJlLVLP M LOVE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Uelechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 123 8 24 13 Hampton 13 t 44 837 10 Vilhuttt 20 1 61 925 1 OAK Junction 22 225 j 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30- Noi211i and 22 will make close connectK t r fe1tllatsonr ray M L CONLEY Snperinteu- da iIQinGaRtIallaiIIIII kNo 1 No 2 BJBPABT ABB- 1x00 a mCamptonll 30 aim i 200 pm Campion 600 p m No2 No1- iuuVE DEPART f 780amCampn JunclOOfram T 380 pmCampn Juno 440p m The Mountain Central malt 1eonn9Qtiou with all L E pa- iiIngeri trains f i B F BOLINQ 1 UNDERTAKiR CAMPTON KY FORMS the citizens of Wblfa and 5Sthe adjoining conntiestbatlie cmrHw Cline of Coffins Caskets Burial Cldh- tt iMd everything necessary to put away it styleisupplied on 24 Mann notice finest made if ordered I Teftma and hacks furnished funerals i Also can fill orders for tombttone1 Ac j C HOSE8EWELL Notary Public y STILLWATER KY Mm his professional services to citlseacof county and solicits the patronage oC w lrJao may L TB legal papen to rriMfi i atlttraidneiiwia t r couNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority ofourreaders especi ally distantfriends LAN IAW I y Postoffice is always crowded here oo HERALD day Vernie Clarkrepresenting Trim ble Bros WPB here interviewing countybought b sectionJohn Burchfield has rented of Robert Murphy and will move at once Curtis Halaey mAdyfog grease chickens turkeys etc for the Ctnejnaatimarket Robert Murphy brought a nice ba ofccattle fromBreathlttfort- hQfiiCBterlingmdtliet N LCombs and Robert Hollon CityttiilJ So tefstt Tmdjftten Murphy of Murphy fork fcre There last week trying to bnyVJifttle- Cfack Hollon sold trpihogs to Kelly Banks at a pifStfte pricel Samp Taylor to Emma eWells I a cow for 42 The Hurst school Tjftfft Halsey I teacher will close theJ82i instead ot the 11th as previdttfeijynnoun ced It will close with la grand J entertainmentArthur and Troy Wilson loft H G A Saturday morniu atid fdotedit to Campion thenc- back to this place where they remained until Monday The writer received a letterfrom W C Rose Elmendorf farm Lex ington in which he states that everything is moving along nicely at that place good wages and little work Besides himself Grant ROse James and Courtney Smyth of this place and Rolla Cecil of Gillmore are there at work Since our last letter A J Speu cer bought of John Chambers a farm paying 850 RT Hatton of this place bought a farm of RIA Childers of Maytown paying 2250 A R Hutton of Clevelandt Murphy a farm 700 Clevelandl I Murphy of George Sewell a farm 800 All parties will take possession 4t once Feb 14 ANON Womt Need a Crate When Editor J P Sossman of OorneliuB N C bruised his leg badly it started an ugly sore Many 8alve + and ointments proved worthless Then Buckleus Arni- ca Salve healed it thoroughly Nothing is so prompt and sure for ulcers boils burns bruises outs corns Sbtes pimples edema or piles 25cat albdealers rv LEXIE antMrs A F Johnson is still very sink MiBs Gracie Sexton ofHG A Was with homefolks over Snuday BMiss Mallie Byrd is visitiing with her rsister Mrs James Coat z Toliver Floyd Hollon and wife were guests of W S Trimble and fam ily a few days recently Kits Maude Miller ofLands w 8petit Tuesday night afrthe homo familyBMiss Edqa Childers of Malaga hue been visiting with her= uncl H L Guilders and family several days 0 Mrs W S Trimble was calledt last Fridavtot bedside of Her mother Aunt Jade Wills whol i s reryslsk at 3azelCftedn ebAunt Eliza Nickell whose ill ness has been mentioned in those columns several times died last Friday Might She had been S constantrBufferiar fortatly s ear and h a fizroftzut tedI She wW a woman who was lilte by s who knew her and briKht ene her homebybehkhld sodaI iftdbitable spirit Which she m- if n ted to the end and will i g eatlymissed by all Her re slur were laid to root iu the faU fiir gr Teyard mnd y JTfci4 90 0 J TOt Cl ltt JHllmMail your items early BO they will reach ar office Meadayifpoaelblenot be publithed uulens of oinawtl im portance Advertise no tmes bnilnns aridnte on one hide ofthe paperdnly MftLA A The band mill is still DOTing dlbng hicely striptoJohn Httfetwd MiHwflxrftfaJ loney dined atHahry lyotfsBun flap apedtfdaturdayand Johnson R A Hurst was a visitor atthe Johnson house Suctiay but we dont JutMirandaJim andJ 1ouri Curt Childersr and Mort Lawson are going to leave for Wisconsin abontthe6tiet of M rchcMort Halsey spent Thursday i SweeueysLenis bliss Lenis Sweeney who has been hero visiting relatives reofturned home afeW dygo School iarstill ptegrveting nice ly at this place They are preparing for an entertainment The pound party given to Mrs R C Sweeney proved a success Nine girlsand twenty boys fepdrt a nice timeWsnpernitendehteof the coal ranges at praceiis moving to D B Hursts place on Frozen creek Misses FennyDflrricsonftBd Liz zie Gose who have teen visiting relatives at Hollycarae otter and spentSpend Hvith Mrs +AJteen dria j Feb 14 SHARP SHOOTER M1IfIIMi1eI I nevtir 1 lfi6kn0 ttirgryetwrites Lewis Ohambl in of Man chester Ohio R RNo 3 1488 when a frifctitfhrcptigh and lung trouble pulled jne down to 115 pounds in spite of many remedies and the beat doctbre And that Iam alive ta8ayie diiesoey to Dr Kings New DtBCdveryrwhlch mtpletely cured me Now IW 12hI160 pounds and can wobkvhafd It also cured moq four children of croup Infallible for coug8bd colds its the most certain remyla grippe asthma desperate luJng trouble Jand sell bihoHCiHal ftffec rinse 50c nd5WOD At trial bot tIe free Guaranteed by all dealersI AliiDitlittli MAttie aud + IJaalaMtSNtYb b spent Sunday with NtcaniA Btall kpb BytdvM6Nibb atfd4ifd were j guestS of DTBtampdfStthday- J B McNabb rand 3J Catroa went to Ezel on burineseFridap I Mrs W A Old641d who hasI I been on theinck4t6t is umproving g nicely Carl StamperandElHiPMcNabb 1 of H G A t+ pent Kfew dayswlth I home folks- Mesdames 1 HWityfittWp BUdl Willre Sweratey arifaiitgoftftiWy illl at this writiiig J J Catren And on Willie rmde a bii pfess trip ioHak Jl i Green Satarday- TdmlfaulWiernlfovecUffoto I Beaji1 verc t6HVA 01dfi iil8 farmI one day lash week Misses Maude b6Ngfib andI Cbrdie 01dfrlldWere guts ofj Nancy Catrqri Stinfliy- A crowd of boyapattadibrosighI here Sunday fromialltAppear r i ances they had been to the stillI house Nanny Catrbtf spent one night I last week withMisMaliie Byrd J who is visitiilg her slitter Mrs James Cox BdILDBEDii While it ia often impossible t- It o vreven an accident tsnImpossible to beptepatevd =it 1 beuofr beyondany onespbrBe In vast 25 cents in a bottle of Cham berlaina Liniment and you wprepared for sprain bruises nd like 1qI1IrieL doW by lldwJwp l 1 4 snaliWlYaft g Camp Cooe i8cctifioedtolii8 bell with pdonuionia John W Taulbce ot Daysboro was at Stillwater Sunday Rev J D Edwards of Trent was a Stillwater visitor Sunday Born to Mrs Vollentine Brewer Friday a boy MM Eliza Alil ler attendant of Sam ROe of Menifee coney purdhased 16 geese from Mm Jeff grower paying 8 for the btmch Miss Eliza Combs who been pastthreeYuurcocretpoudent in company of witbJkrddyiand Vpllunttne Brew elWeDtrouttbi8 morning to feed- iatmetaattleiandnca4lght three ratb tit sad+ ttvo livetparfridges The boiler uf fttis Haalseys upFridaymorbbjrand agorae ana wrfrfelyftn jnrintr six otherpdratme Cause faif eaploelbnunknowu Old UncleBill Ohair who did J Monday of last week was buried in thefamilyRrayeyardi at Trent Wednesday foll nisdtl bterof y came the day after hav ins received notice too IteSFeb 14 DOMINGO LIONS 1081 We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward bi or any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ CHENEY CO ToletloO 1 We the nndersigtJed h vekJn1WoFJ a Cheney for the Ilast 15 7er8 andJ8eHivB him perfectly honorable in all business j transactions and fideaaselallp able oeaJry out Bny oblieatioD8dSdetyhU firm WALDING KIBNATT tMAEVIN WholeseleDe8giets Toledofotl Halls Catarrh Core is I taken internally acting directly upon the blood and musses turfaees of the system Testimonials seat a bYEiDruggisuTake Halls Family Mis for constipation CfcAMV fcfftfeK Lew Arnettfdmily htrthe nreta les at this writing of Cecil Henryipatsed through here route to Leo City- J C HitvensiMade a busindsa to CaDy Saturday Henry Murphy bought of KM Couch two young mulesl for 165 Hiram Ravens went to French burg Friday returning with two fine milch cows Jim Dock Y jcum and SilaaHol pfeaaed ithrdugu here with a bunch of battle MrflHacmahHatehsafaddau + h ter VergieBpeiittr y with Mrs KM Coach T oefetly J C Havens andK RI Cbnbh1 visited their brother joel Havefas who has been slckfor a few Hits ff- Maaford S and HermanGoaih d who have beeuatteudiatg HgGA are visiting homcfolksoyet San day e3ri Peopleiutthietleetiori are k IingAtr ri meiltiifoYthe1p10 p burning WMQOOJb pjMriM etc ItHffimiaiHhe people were Beginning to afotfee 1 tbflnweltes and gototfork Clarence H1veue JbriMcGoire Willie Stamper aId Miewa Addle abdHattleDap audNOraStamikr wore lre Bat etitiirtaluedatthe home 6fMlMesT5ValensandiGrrace Bfamp Sunday Joe C and T F iBtftmpes iu chatted the E cB McGuire fam frAbla heirs for 44Q00 JTbere R isracoll tii+ ntbleatzmraat of timber a ouithe1 plxoewh bhii IK thought to be= worth the price of the whole iIFeb 14 YES BUD An attrfafcofJtheJgrio Ji8idlften t followed bysa iJOTiHstcdt rcnagh which towany ye acgrrfatiiaqt CowlR4saedythal and witb oo3 success for the re 11- I lief and cure of thiscough Many t cases have them cured after alM other remedies had failed Sdld by all dealers MOTOWN Sleigh riding is the order of tiv 1 day MrJIUrYSt tiper i Wrfllbu- r with fevers M MisiY PkippiePMlt Sundar with Miaa Stella Clark Pinlej Murphy wasswgnest df Jiia granelparents Beady night I Jokn OhiIMm tNid ifs WK ts jij ic t u A h SbofR ACurrafflra afid wifo SunduyB0rt Toltvur uadMeariee KIm were calling on our merchsdts Wed uaday Mrs Uaunie Niokell who lIDs been very ill for a few days 4is somewhatbatter Mrs Zelpha AQatarwaB agudgt Mrs JantBB higrltln from Thurs day until Monday M u LidaHdwHtd Jomeroy too was visiting relAtives nt this place one day last week lAnbwiwkJi A Ghildfliv old two of his farms toa 41r Hatton Stillwater price private Tbrtse who were restored ht the Ghilders H 5nte WedoeBdiy nightwere Henry 3l JBeJuffShoft William Cartmell and irotberjijf West Liberty and a Mr Doyle of Portamouth Ohio Feb 14 MILDRED A few Diiuutea delay in treatitig thelengthdaugeronaThesafeet = berlains Cdtr h R medy in the ouse and nt the first indication croup give the child a dose PIa8antto take and alwayrcurie- old by Till dealers MURFMV Delbert Cheuault has moved k toMi1nftee comIty Asa KTSTusBbj went to lift Star ling the otherday to look him out location Kelly Murphy purchased two fine tattle but the writer did not learn the price Robert L Motley wife andlitr Ana were guests of J1M MurphyvSnnday Frank Montgomery purohaaud farm from Steve Kasha fdw eiacefor 4300 Rev JHarUn Murphy has 4been afipotuted jutftioe of the peacelor- theOkapehprecinctBiten JoeCitrnn t3audfield passed through tfare euTotrtetb Ezel Friday Afew men went to West Liberty Saturday to take the I examination for ceoflOBeaumerators Time Bpantnu jegBetosrwlHable tine muted Get impyj dryeome thing to help somebody Bewis Hylton wfrdta e JIlt- ioed hkajf weektis fcem httrfaer = iously issimproviTrgnicey Ala L Niokell wif and littlff sonvRealweregueat9 of John SI Ifibkoll and family Sunday TheowwhiahrfelL theJrtter partfof therweek was solreitvy tiia farnersiiad to etopplowiDg Belva bee 6FMlad dJFjoY nceof W llington wewgnefcta fMtefilrE petloafiaudayd avfdS Rllel1a8 redded 1 Jaf poatmaater 4t Ezel and them are several appl come for the plate rAdmeIDamed dendlad- hu wgg u to turn tnstlpV the oth rday No serious tdaclaga done Dzra Hettipy acCompanied vlsltedEzraeipgr6nte wileroferi8tlnSnoAyAtidrSw JJ hon Nickeli cto a- idmOggonrbtdAet menvleithiti soheSli law D M Murphy and Wr VCox Snuday- LopgDftfeLMWpn of M alfee itoobertblaekmare4aad100 Lntt9r4li kyr tof Camargd waftvbere Cln a QsiapBa trip aiid edavbaree frera Charlie ClarlrtwbieliicvetIietus818in t J1rnmlBtrrB1UJJC1ieb fchatBill Mfthtifeft borne Bce This ftfjfcift drive week to lhe t live+ stock dealers and we wish them a suoceMfnl court but We rnppoesthe market will not ibe overflown WealGglad to say 4hereie Pan e to report on the sick lit tilts week ands those who have been sink areworking pretty hard IIto JUke oporrloBt time Fob 14 GuEss UT1Beni tie ttwsgtWrtatknock- down yun C lini tHitfW a ale1 and hell Uugh iid taW 4ajok t i t f M1iAf1 thttIIilFK verylowCecil Hurt has movedfrdarthiii eeotioirtoeCity Sflae Helton and TocY v MB of Flatgap areinthe upper counties buyiiigoattleZilda tdncr Jwio J W Taulbee of ftaar fiwyBnorDfor the Ift1m of8B Bud Little of Mize sold Soow and calf to Juhn Adams of Jeffer sonville for 4o Ben hiutphgbifli ntdtT1gFdlh bred Jerwy fpowr Wiin Winlbee paying 8aforfwrme liltIykinssold a fine mare to O iH Ddwning for 100 ThBTe wasmoTre o wsto report rtritfdttrtatchitaiidburied it deep Ellis Oldfield the greotrshow man offil4zeeaya hfJ hgeteden- ough tobacco seed for 400 Si3re8 Bhofrfy three parts wilU avian be equal to the blutgtires vitljrs T6Tbdaye 1atIWtIkoIur WnioBnd Littleof biilreraH dHlnd soon had Ben oiltblJyiugfUIe Feb 14 Too All 1Ioey OftenUJ841Diiirrn roes to aitanraohW+ at Dz d UigatcPt1Js tf6atlesthtlit3 h4 1iIwn j 3ice malaria and debility 25o t all dealers TIIKNT Geoge Brooke and Rred1UNn- per passed through this section Monday ofGeoigePennington at tltMP writing DjVTauM1e tibld piliiee lIch totleargetBvrdJafeltlaetThurdy G+ B Robinson offtwarvHuel neircJaborhoodSaard There will be church ti 4b1- placWneitSauday the20th int Everbbdy comeOut- JDvEdwardB ant 13oy tdtt- matieatriptoEzel ThUtaiJilyre M1 g Fti3AywithauFieslot vf ebrOIIYJ Edwards took IinretithStevejcBoae of r LaQjr sregk Ntnei crlh r dajr and Stgye returned the- oolpplltnehteoon alter UtiP1ahear Etee City Edgar SJdwfrda+ andJBsvid Ooldiron did tiw Mbv- r e l1 lpreirt Ae11eyiowUen-hj dditw41 Olain facedl ae- twscaare hereTuesj gg toj end- the burial other ft CWTH Ohaif who died af hiV fiftbre on Blgbfanch Feb 14SNtlw1BL Do yozj knowt p 4tt l bo prevefl4ed H6 ve Chamberlains theffith orevenVfterMid rilJifr remtib lt l- eoieeilu3llp and hat by1I4 IGLU- JameerN1c1lie1tditicilelyit in- tlr1a gripe 111rs n etinerL ebtWck iaad tr t Ij1Jel11tniu FC3 EfyY+iiae leeltJ3t eott- NiskellsnfltwifeIrllldayJliigh t- Carr1i yrtofABldall tt +pYllfty lM1e1acelestweek Mort VeSt of AAdelwaatiiitiDg iDgtheJ Crindpn oC tp jiei- teem J ti8 bw Saturdayjand Snndsy- Ylrgiectkelijntfao fy tdltertofBabtt Nilbl ddlAife Msaaer eaialPl talsatr urt3atp hy faLliog z1gei f1tOpeIIN I ebi4X4At iil +ofithcbghwcjItt r do you mach goad oulesa2iea4rps- nol hettrLsata4farrfi ik1 k Ltir i r A t 7 Zj J rvf i r i Tr TMIHERALD k V i llarelGrefuiosti SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Feb 17 1910 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT IAVIDBltKttVINEJudgeTaos Ally J C LINDONClerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septem her WOLFE COUNTY COURT tvBIrFFJudge B G SAMPLE County Attorney itOBEKT 1 CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meet first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October r MAGISTRATES COURTS District J o1Bobet Rose mird Friday in March JnnetepieuiDer and Deceit ber I District No 2 llobert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No vember District No 3J MKeynolds second Fri day in February 1 May August and No vember District No 4 David Spencer first Friday in March May August and November District Ho5 Preston Hollon second Fri day inMarch June September and De comber District No6I W Combs third Friday in February May August and November DUtrictNo ShilohSwauKo fourth Fri- dAy ifl IJtrch June September and De ceulber District No 8John B Childers first Fri day in February May August and No vember COUNTY OFFICIALS r GEORGE W SALLEYSherill- J T CENTERAssessor-J CB LIrrLEJailer-J W TATJLBKE County Superintendent K J CREECUSurv or J FRANK SAMPLE Coroner DURING the past week several delinquents have paid up their ar reages and advanced their sub scriptions in answer to our appeal There are still some who might come forward and help us straight en up our accounts The action of these delinquents reminds us of a story It was told to illus trate the harm that one person can do by not joining in with the crowd when any good movement is on foot The congregation of n certain church in the days of the Puritans had decided to give tho preacher a barrel of wine The plan was for each member to pour a bottle of wino into the barrel If all contributed that would make up the fifty gallors One smart i fellow decided that as he was a little short of wiue he would pour in a bottle of water and as there would be so much wine in the bar viol that nobody would ever know the difference The trouble about the matter was that everybody in the congregation secretly thought I the same thing As a result when the preacher went to tap his bar rel of good cheer he found it 4 was nothing but water And that is just the way the printer must suffer when each subscriber holds back his dollar thinking that all the others have paid TOE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Of the State University Will Hold a Boys Corn School March x IjCoitiiniig Three Days The object of this school is to interest the boys in improved moth ods of corn culture and to promote the organization of Boys Corn Clubs throughout the state While the school is intended primarily for boys anyona desiring to attend will be gladly received The word boy will be interpreted to mean anyone young enough in spirit to learn The instruction will be j worthy of the attention of men and women There will be no charge what ever connected with the school 1 Those desiring to attend should notify George Roberts College of Agriculture Lexington Kyin order that ampr rovlst may be made for tbW Dumber in attend pnce Those esnrieg board should t State the fjt BO that boarding house accommodations may be ar ranged for Those not acquainted 1 f with the city should state what 1 train thof expect to arrive on Some ono of the College will meek fbo traiife Such jtereoaa will wear If a badge with College of Agriculture printetl upon it Below is given the program o the school TUESDAY ORI W- JOOEnrollment and introductor talk on corn 1000 University Chapel Hour IO30IIOLecturtWhat btooCorn TfRSIAV AKTRUXOOX 130 Selection and care of fcVeil Corn 2I0 Corn judging WEDNESDAY MOKXIXO i 00 Gemination Test of Seed Torn j tultilatiouI WEDNESDAY PTKUXOOJf I j I I j inI for iiiJi Farm This will Iw Mctunl work ii- ni I j making water and feed tmuphs fence posts etc Any ne cnn learn in a hurt time how to do any ordinary concrete work needed on the farm TIirU8I AY MORXIXO 9011flreedingrf Corn 1000 Corn judging THURSDAY APTEKXOOX judJinII j I onI1 I At the close of this program i there is a sutlicient number who desro to continue tho study ofj corn provision will be made for them to do so the remainder the week Each person attending schoolI 1 should bring a sampie of ten es of his corn I Arrangements have boon made whereby a prize of fJ500 in gold will be offered to the members of a Boys Club producing the most curl on an acre of ground in 1910 Ifull our farmers would their seed corn the yield for the state would be increased tweet millions of bushels annually jI Kentucky avMrtge yiel of eon is loss than 30 bushels per acre Help tr make it fitly bushels iiu the near future Otis Bryant Starts in to Clean- Up the Town But is Subdued Louisville IIcraM lOthi Fresh from the mountains of Breathitt county with an army pistol strapped to his side declar lug he was going to clean up the town and after huving knocked a dozen negroes down in Esquire al1 joy between Tenth and Eleventh streets Otis Bryant was subdued after a desperate struggle with Lieut Itilford of the Third polls district Lieut Pulford and Bry ant fought for nearly fifteen min utes and during that time the desperado from the mountains wan knocked down five or six timesI but each time to come back and renew the attack with increased fury When the patrol wagon ar rivedon the scene Lieut Pulford and Bryant were in a clinch and rolling on the ground Bryant who had been in th I city olllyI a few days it is said b 3 eau yesterday to pay frequent vie its to the saloons and early iin the day was heard to make the re mark that he was goiug to show the people how they performed r in the mountains I am going to uiggerBfirstlie went down Esquire alley and began to get in his work at a rapid1 rate It is said that after he ha kuocked dozen or more negroes down and he could find no others upon whom to wreck his vengeancet t he started in tho direction of Elev enthand Magazine streets and right on the corner ran into Liout Pulford Without ceremony or explanation he sprang upon the policeman declaring he was going to put the cleaner on him as he had done the negroes A desperate struggle followed and not un til the wagon arrived did it show any signs of terminating when several other policemen came to the assistance of Lieut Pulford I knew I could handle him said Lieut Pulfordand for tha treason did not use my gun or stick I admit however he was thoughtheF North Pole Butter The following story is going the rounds of the press which if true will demonstrate the truth of th declaration made that chickens hud been sold on the market after fourteen years in cold storage A few days ago one of our citi zens cut into a pound of butter which he had purchased at a grocery whose proprietor does not adI vertise and found therein a smallt tin box which contained smallII pUce of paper bearing the follow ing written in a neat feminine i hand I am a girl of eighteent years good looking and an excelI lent housekeeper Should this bet found bv some unmarried gentle Ulan will ho please write to the foil wing address etc The finder being a bachelor decided to unrav onlytowho had written the note had died agedbnsbaad 5 r5 n fi ccC l Vin Good Road Laws KentuckyfI is to have some good rood laws Following are provisions of bills theyLegislature which will likely pass tlIn I order to put the will of the majority of the voters of Ken I tacky in force and secure for our i j i roudiI i laws as are in effect in nearly all ilof tho progressive states in our union there have been introduced I three measures in the state Senate and they have also been introduced in House known an Semitej I bills Xos 19 50 aud 51 j i Senate bill No 49 is a com plete revision of the present roadt Ir I laws of Kentucky and instead of the present county road overseer j jI or road superintendent the lOngII I euglIneer1 j brilder or engineer aud while atji present there are not very many jI of this class in Kentucky yet iin order that he may qualify himself- f he is required under the provisions of this bill to hold county roadI institutes in each road precinct in I t I his county during each year This I countyIfroad engineer qualify himself hut I will also create a sentiment in theii various counties of our state forij republic roads We also dpi away I I with the present forts known as the warning or militia system of working the roads The county road engineer looks after the roods in the county obstructiol1stweeds and everything generally tltHYcounty a county uptJIII building roods or by n ttvo thirde vote of the county to issue itsI bonds to pay for the roads undI the county road engineer maps plans and surveys out draws the specifications and advertises fi r the bids and after securing the bids for the building of the roadsI he has performed his part and sends the plans specifications und bids to the State Commissioner of Public Roads who has charge of the state department of public roads which is created by the pro visions of Senae bill No 50 which Dill prescribes his duties creating the office of State Road Corn misS eiouer it being under the auspicest of the Commissioner of Agricul ture the State Road Commission er being appointed by the Commis salarysmilerof 2400 is permitted to appoint such engineers and clerical as the business of his office helpIIII Senate Bill No 51 is for of thepurpose creating state rO1di fund by levying a state tax of 5 cents on the 100 on all the tax able property of the state- e This state road fund is to be apportioned among the counties of the state in proportion to the amount the counties levy and raise in any one year and put into repair and improvement of thei public roads It might be possi ble that there will not be a sum cieut amount in the state road fund to pay as much as would satisfy the demands which may bo made by the counties The prod visions of this bill are that the state will pay onethird and the county twothirds the cost ot con structing or reconstructing im proved highways and if any coun ty wishes to go the limit as allow ed by the constitutional amend ment and at once vote a 5 pe cent bonded indebtedness for the purpose of building public roads this bill permits them to do so and this county can draw its pro portionate part of the amount iu the state road fund from year to year until such county has receiv ed an amount equal to onethird of this bonded indebtedness which it may have incurred and put into improved roads and the county is allowed to include not only the 1tax or other money raised for maycounty I also include in the measure of this countys apportionment the interest and the siuking fund nec esaary to take care of this bonded willQsponuthisfrom tho state road fund in the bulding of public road stio1I If troubled withindig I constipation no appetite or fuel i bilious give Chamberlains Stom itch and Liver Tablets a trial and you will be pleased with the result These tablets invigorate the stom itch and liver and strengthen the digestion Sold by all dealersI DAY HOUSE i Hazer Green KyIProprietorII Mrs LOC DAY Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A andlighted I coosiodfltioas to traveling yea 4 1 1 Thoasaids Sara Kidioy Trouble and Hcier Sispect It1 How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours I soda ment orsettling stringy or milky- appeamnceoften indicates an mi healthy condition of the kid neys too frequent desire to pass it or pain i the back are also symptoms that tell yo the kidneys and bladder are out of order and need attention What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers renledyfulfills kidneytliverbladderandeveryPartoftheuriaa passage Corrects inability to hold water badIfollowing use liquor beer and overcomes that unpleasant n cessity of being compelled to go often manytimesimmediate effect of SwampRoot Iis soon realized It stands the highest be causcofitsremarka proPJI I fiftvcentI iuau 1 tmmfu bottle sent free Co Bing hauiton N Y Mention this paper and rememberthenamc Dr Kilmer Swami BinghamtonN YOUNG MEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer Life Scholarship TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING Hlld RAILROAD AGENCY reduced to 45 and X250of stu dents railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to learn a first class trade that pays a good salary every mouth in the your Excellent board at low rates New nau has delightful climate j 8000 inhabitants j moral surroundiugb Students qualify in 4 to 6 months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUAKAN TKK POSITIONS paying 45 to 05 per un nth to start on Easy sod pleasant employment rapid pro motion Diplomas awarded Great demand for Telegraph Operatois Write today for our Free G4pa s illustrated Catalog which full particulars SOUTHERN SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY 272 NEWNANCA IIBox R Rare DDortUQitg I oiler for sale my residence consist lug of seven room cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Greet Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superior to anything fura complete outfit of tools and stock ofmaterials and xupplies also equipped with power and macuiuery separatelyFor ad dress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All Somre good timber and nearly all cleare- land in grass Large orchard j over dwellingj thirtydnbargain Possession given Janu partieulars R No1 Rardin Ill Nwi r Sick Heodacb win yteT- I quickly to tbe faflueno oC De MOetf AnttPato HDfc sas IS caotx u DRESSMAKING 0 Mrs F N DAY Dressmak1l1gE8tablishment pared to make all garments for lames wear and in connection she cleatfby making an old suit appear as now She solicits the patronage satifactlonmanyfriolldsrecognize thefact that she has had an aniejyt C H WILLIAMS SURGEONI eiqzensandsurrounding coun utllictioaOfficeGreen Bask I r r j LVii 1 k rh maoemramm = J SPRING WILL SOON BE HERB i and we are now closing out our Entire Winter Stock at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES i Ladis Nee Undonvear 25 and 39c 19Cn30c iwu and L0c Ribbons 25 20 and I5c Chi 1rtJs mid Infants Caps 19 and SC- 2f Hack Oumlw 20c LadiV IJIaek Underskirts j 98c Lndis Tailored Skirts ks VC 2 50 tO 460 Ladts Tailored Coats 350 to 750 Childrens Coats 125 tO 350 er50c Pictures 390 25c and 50c Post Card Albums20and 39c Fancy Pillow Tops 20C Hair Puffs 90c 0 IThese Prices During February Only MAPEL TROY j I 1AZELGREEN ACADEMY I Mountain School of j i Christian Womans Board of Missions 1 whichsSCHOOL EXPENSES J t iGoodi t Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you ji For further particulars address M Q CARTER w1 11IT1iT T TQTr veTvT iT itra = HICKEYJi j 9 IEtEt- i Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe i1 No 224 W Short Street E11Lexington Kentucky tir= u = = F j w 2 GrC TO-e i Kash Johnson Kash j DEALERS INtf General Merchandise jHAZELj 1 1 KYlFOR BARGAINS ti IN EVERYTHING t CECIL jDeaknm j 1 conducting a CLEARA SALE which will continue i UNTIL MARCH 1 1910 at greatly reduced prices CALL AND SEE THEM x q1 1 I i 1 r i T 3S o 7tq v r =r I I Coughs ofor I ChildrenEspecially Nt and cure needs a little helP to quiet the irritation control the in Himmation check the progress of the disease Our advice is give the children Ayers Cherry Pectoral Ask youraI doctor if this is his advice also lHe knows best Do as he SIYIa w bwfrom onmdteiBc0 ingap 7 N lilerswconiult hoar A 1 aoetar v you think constipation is of trifling ineensequeree lust ask your doctor He till disabuse era of that notion in short order Correct it at once I he will MT Then ask him about Ayers Pill A mild liver pill all vegetab- leYdrtftSJCanrCaIwwlW THE HERALD tiFrankf cow to Ed Cecil for 30 I Mrs Doc Kash was very sick with la grippe first of the week Ellis Johnson bought two hogs by from Widow Brooks the other day paying seven cents a pound Harlan South of Frozen creek iia ifiiliug his motherinlaw MrsM Mattie Perkins on Lacy creek William Blatikeuship and wife of Consolation are confined to of their room with severe cases of I grippehGranny Combs of Consolation is very low with la grippe SoE loW in fact that she is not expect ed to live Ote Young of GfJ1ssyis very lick and said to have pneumonia A doctor was called to see him the first of the week Mrs Frank Johnson of Lacy creek is at the home of her son inlaw Porter Lacy in town for amedical treatment Mrs Ellen Piwratt left thisI morning for an indefinite visit with her son Henry Pieratt andI family at Richmond Children cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA Roscoe Shackeltord returned o Monday from Cincinnati where he had been to buy a planing out fit We did not learn where h expects to set it upIi bunches of cattle passedtI ISeveralthrough town en route to the mar I f JerryIcounty pass I r ed through Tuesday with a bunch iof 87 t Rev W B Ragan pastor of the Methodist church at this place will fill hie regular appointmentN iby preaching Saturday night SunII day and Sunday night EveryI body come out and hear himI The 13 ynar old son of Bill Crx of Toliver was accidentally shot T in the leg just above the knee wit t a 22 Stevens pistol Dr Taylor I J Cooler was called to dress the wound but he did not extract t Ieof bullet A neighboring editor worked a soRI b scribers the other day All my subscribers but one Lave paid upi in advance he wrote and about a hundred ashamed to be the only 1 one dropped in and settled up H H Swango received a tele- gramy Saturday last stating that R F Cecil his fatherinlaw at Cedar Bluff Va is very low a P not expected to live Mrs Boot JlIY another daughter of Mr Ce t cilstarted Monday morning attend his bedside I John M Rose will offer for eaIeJ eight or ten of the most desirable r building lots in Hazel Green on Saturday March 5 At the lamp 1 I t time he will also sell a lot of shoesv hats etci For further particulars see bills printed at this office s- F posted throughout this secti- r onl Jolly John Pieratt will act I i4eh4er- n asJJJ I 4 d mt 1 7 1- f r Boiler BxplMiei Last Friday morning while a wd of men were standing around waiting for their turns at the saw grist mill of James Haulsey Calaboosedistrictgo rific force instantly killing Ele left menttry Campbell and Henry Per t j j CampllsI being thrown about fifty yards I nerrly all the clothing stripped off The boys clothing was partialy strippedoff and the the badly torn the left leg beWI oundsome thirty lest distant number of the bystanders were sick seriously injured among them beg James Haulsey George Spen see PelfryCal 1Ifft PerryJr erlaland everything done to relieve the WEIDJurpected to recover It is not posiS81 vely known what caused the explosion but it is said that the water in the boiler was low and cold water was suddenly pumped i ing into it A horse hitched about fifty teet from the mill was struck a piece of the shattered boiler eat and instantly killedlieDeath of Aut Eliza NicKell bag Last Friday night 11th inst all rs Eliza Nickel widow of Geo the tJAare Mr Lacy on Lacy creek after l Nickellabeen married twice her first- usband being Jesse Combs of after whose death she married George W Nickel with whom she moved to Missourisome fifteen years ago Mr Nickell died and she returned to Kentucky since which time she has been making her home with Mr Lacy Aunt Liza as every person called heri was recognizedas a Christian noble woman and loved by all She left no children but host of friends and net Ails of TO years was pure and lovable Tender friends laid her to rest Sunday in the Mark Lacy burial grounds near where she was born fee A Family Quarrel- As the result of a quarrel between of Emery wiener and hs wife on tenants on the farm of Andy Toli ver vent Mize Risner had his iniinI to the hands of his wife He was at once taken to the home of his wherEesurgical aid was rendered by Dr Taylor Center who pronounces so the wound a serious one Mrs j Risner declares the cutting was accidental Liberal Terns in I am representing the largest retail clothiers in the world and am prepared to dress smart men in the most fascinating manner ill the latest popular style and on easy payments Call on or write and I will snrve you at the earliest date j BURNS ELAM Agent Box 81 Hazel Green Ky hThe drinking of an abundance of water will prevent appendicitis because appendicitis is the result constipation and constipation is the result of insufficient bile and insufficient supply of liquid Thats what an exchange sap If anybody wants suanyway obigo further reasons theyll have to elsewhere for were not here run the doctors out of business An exchange tells of two little boys who asked their mother if they might play store in the dint roomI Yes she replied if yo- nd dont make much noise II Well 1 be quiet about it mom sold one leWell be storekeepers that don 4 toadvertise The following were guests at the Day House since our last reportt H Fowler Salt Lick Noah Creach Salt Lick Ed J Dop Port month Oltw WW anti Ejj F C4rtmell West Liberty W PI- Sa dlin Richmond and a Mr OJRear Clay City I Sewell Bose cf Stillwater w jnI town yesterday consulting Wis i phjjiciao j it n 1 IESeveralI Christian thatch Sunday r C Misses Meade and McCallam spent a pleasant afternoon with Misses Mapel and Troy Sunday Arthur Kash and Troy Wilson for Campton Saturday Wet her presume they wonted to see J W Taulbee The U D girls gave their society program in the chapel Saturday night Longfellow was highly rep resentedHoward Halsey left today for Hurst schoolhouse where hehtake a part in an entertain meta in his brothers school Prof Roberts has boon on the list for the past week WeB miss him very much and hope toC him back at his work soonDCourtney Dennis the boy who school at the beginning of the term to take measles has recov and is ni w back in school The H B boys rendered their program Monday night a large attendance They va to always draw a large crowd The young people of the home wish to express their thanks to Marshal Joseph A Rose for the kindness he showed them by clear the snow off the sidewalks andharound the home Miss Miller gave to those who at her table the privilege o valentines to each other itbyin her room After they were mailed she brought the bag to table and distributed them seemed to enjoy the dinner af to receiving the valr1 tines Veal certainly proud of the pivi lege of eating at her table J S T CASTORIAFor Infants and Childrena floe KM YH Han Atop totfrt Bears the- Signature X T 4 ofII iis George Dyer bought a bay mare from Nehe Cheney for 87tlMiss Hines one of the academy faculty leaves today for Lexing ton to undergo medical treatment Rev Jeff Brewer of Stillwater+ was in town Tuesday to set some tools for his logging job in Mem county J George Dyer has bought the farm his fatherinlaw S 11 Tyler + Grassy He also bought an other farm from Courtney Barker adjoining it for 350 He expects build a now dwelling soone George says that he thinks he can make a success at farming The kickers on the farm are not hard to get along with as th kickers in town On the farm there is the kicking cow and our long eared friend the mule whil town there is the old mossback who wants all the municipal im provements without paying torII them The cow may be sold for I beef the mule traded for a shot i gun but nothing but a funeral i will get rid of the town kicker Sorrow is an evil with many feetIIf you belittle yourself you will be little If you are not satisfied with your lot trade it for a bitter one Anyone who talks a great deal is sure to offend a great many Some people fast because there is nothing to eat in the house disg nity it naturally makes him feelI ttche most are the things we do to ourselves It is very hard to admit that a younger man than yourself haa ngmore sense IUMOit assuredly you have noticed that you are always in favor of other people being very liberal plantof life that we must before we learn how not to do so A man puts money in the con tribution box like he pays taxes with a deep feeling of grievance youleselfh I I I fills your mind Keep your mind clean or you will be a contamina i lion II If you waste time in pitying yourself because you think you- AI are not appreciated it mhans youth are not doing anything that u worth vjule k d tSyh KERNELS I arefully Collate aii Ceicisely Ckroiiclet Mrs Jane Allen supposed to be the oldest woman in Kentucky is enjoying good health at the age of 104 years at home in Floyd county The poetnfce at Williamsburg WaA- entered by cracksmen leaf week and the safe dynamited Some cash and 1000 twocent stamps were taken I Since the county judge has made it a practice to appoint complainants as road I overseers in Johnson county the roads ave been improved considerably Charlrs Tibbs was last week given a life sentence in thr penitentiary by the Circuit court for the murder of Haynes at Middlesbom few onths ago- Judge W W Powers of Owingsvile raised a parsnip in his garden which wouldmake a good mesa for a fair sized family It measured IB 14 inches in circumference Nick Muntz who shot and killed El Coy about two months ago believing him to be a night rider committed sui tide by hanging himself in his barn near ylvan Dell in Harrison county last weekWhen a load of buckshot which he discharged into his left breast failed to bring unconsciousness Albert Gray gnufagain and etude sure of death by out his brains At a public sale on the farm of Thor Carr in cott county last week common barn yard chickens brought from 90 cents 110 each and turkeys sold at U Other live suck and produce brought proportionate prices Howud Little was electrocuted in the state prison at Richmond Va last Fri day for the murder of a family of sigh persons He was born in Kentucky and while acting as deputy marshal shut nd killed a man in Pike county Three thoroughbred horses and much feedwere consumed in a fire which destroyed a large stock barn belonging to Eugene Harmon in Boyle county Itfthought the fire caught from the over J of a lantern by a farm headI While descending a declivity in the O road Henry Carpenter who was riding J along the Stonelick road in Mutton county in a wagon with John Heflin J was thrown from his seat and fallingJ over an embankment broke his neck + death resulting instantly Fifteen negroes confined in the jail at Pineville made an effort to gain liberty last week by setting fire to the builuiug and it was only through the efforts of the jailer and his assistants that thetbuilding was saved and the desperate negroes rescued from being cremated t Less than three weeks ago an explo ion occurred in a mine near Drakesboro t in Mublcnburg county in which more than fifty miners were killed and injured t and now come reports that a powder t and dust explosion in a mine near outei the lives of six miners last week While stooping over to wait on a cus It Eret Martin a deputy sheriffof Bourbon t county had his revolver to drop fromtt the holster and exploded when it strucktt the floor the bullet entering rartinstt left side just above the heart lodg ing under the skin at the back He is t in a serious condition t Jim Hardie a negro living near Oaktt Grove in Christian aunty killed att vicious wolf a few nights ago with aDtt ax after the animal had attacked him A number of sheep and dogs in that vi cinity had been killed by some mysteri j our marauder presumably the woUjj This is the second one killed in that county within a month a big one having j been killed by a party of hunters Becominr angered at E To Caffrey of Somerset while preparing to shoot an oil well in the Slickford field in Wayne county Earl Slobaum burled a can of nitroglycerine at him It exploded near Slobaum causing a wagon loaded with high explosives to blow up tracing Slo baum into shreds Caffrey escaped iin- jury except a severe shock from the ex plosion The jar was felt for ten miles around and was almost like an earthquake Spencer Cooper Hazel Green K Dear Sir Enclosed ficd order to pay for THE HERALD one more year as we cant do without it Yours truly A J WOOD Bessie OklaII SICKLYr I I Mothers who valve their own comfort and j t the welfare of their children should never be without a box of Mother Grays Sweet throughoutiFeverishness Constipation Teething DU orders Headache and Stomach Troubles THESE POrfprRS NEVER FAIL Sold by all Drug Stores 95c Dont aerept any rabstitate A trial package will be sent FREE to any mother who will awes At IIetIIL Olautea U Boll N Y J N Kind You Have Always Bought and which Alias fceea II IThe use for over 30 years has borne the signature of II made under per sonal supervision infancy 1Allow no one todeceive in t All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of IInfants ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant ItI I contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieved Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency 1 It assimilates the Food regulates the VI Stomach Bowels giving healthy natural sleep Childrens panacea Mothers Friend a GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS 9 Bears Signature of f72 I The Kind You gave Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years rr- 7atarerwcarr TT nunnAT i irr mim i ctrr 4- t THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Capital Stock Paid In In Cash 15O0000 Profits after paying 3 semiannual dividend 1200 00 iHiitidnal Responsibility ISOOf H Total J3U2H W 1The Following I a IUt of Stockholder Own and Control Its K Cecil tiirmtr Hazel Green P Rose farmer Hazel II Klkins farmer Lexie t A Kn b farmer Gillmore W Cecil forma Hazel Green lien Murphy former Hazel Greeu S Pieratt farmer Hazel Green- J S Rittenhouse mine owner Hazel Green F M Phillips farmer Hazel Green M Cecil farmer Hazel Green 5terlingAXV L Hurst lawyer Camptun and has been his since its you this but and Oil and and and The The the Who Green i H E Oney lumber mTr Rose Fork Mrs Susan A Campbell Hazel Green 319 Campbell Hazel Green 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St Vitus Dance is now entirely well after taking Dr Miles Nervine only four monthsMRS C G c BENNETTAlma c Epilepsy Fits St VitusI Dance and Spasms are all nervI ous diseases They have been cured in so many instances with J Dr Miles Nervine that it is reasonable to conclude that it isII almost sure to cure you Withcc nervous diseases of a severe type persistent use has almost invariably resulted in a complete cure or lasting benefits worth many times the cost of the rem edy The best evidence you can get of its merij3Kte write to those who havSSHecl it Get a i bottle from your druggist Take it all according to directions andI if it does not benefit he will return your mone- yGEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE N I The Wester Bank I i I I WINCHESTER KY X N H 1 tllrutRsroortPres1V Paid Dp Capital j S10000OOO Undivided frosts 17OOOOOU Uandnome Deposit o- rrover t i I 50000000 This bank solicits the accounts ol i ibusgj mostJiberafs banking loct2ly n Trained Table fJ A Beautiful Place for Recupera Every Modern Improvement i = e KENTUCKY MOUNTAINEERS Complimentary Mention of a Poo pIe Mach Maligned i Cinoinnnti Commercial Tribune j feOll1proudtion Herein the XJommomvenlth has a splendid population of al most exclusively AngloSaxon ori gin loyal to the traditions of the race faithful even unto death to the institutions of the republic All history rebounds with the un selfish devotion to freedom of Swiss and Scottish mountaineers Their sufferings as well as their success en aro the glory and inspiration of humanity The mountaineers of Kentucky first invested homes from a physically if not forbid mg section But these valiant forceful pioneers looked beneath surface The hills forests rivers valleys appealed to their souls hero abide and build the best of American c And they like Samuel of old heard the voice of the Lord speaking through wood land waterway hillside easy task theirs Establishing An Empire The man of 49 who underwent dread hardships and made such sacrifices to wax golden from Cal ifornias soil had incentives to effort denied the pioneers of Ken tucky The latter had no gold in sight But more precious than gold or silver is a happy They builded logs cabins firesideII became the richest contentmentII patriotism no ar tificial stimulus Their countrys first call to arms found them ready The mountaineers of North Care KenItuckiansI i in the revolutionary war services to freedom that illustrate and emI phasize the legend on West VirI ginias shield Mountaineers Al ways FreemenWhat Never Heard The mouutaineer is devoted toI j kinfolk For this noble trait heI receives little credit the worlds attention being too often called to j the brawls and the bloomingletting resulting from attachment t ufI mountain kinsmen For one deed i of violence thus originating Olle hundred acts of beuiiicence might JI be related What sacrifices pa rents make for erring children brother for brother sister for all of her kin history tells every dad in the mountains Generous whol hearted selfdenying the moun taineers are insofar as Kentucky is concerned the salt of the earth True to the living they forget no the dead The mountaineers lit erally love knowledge No people make greater sacrifice to obtain some form of educational train habits We send out no Home Cures STone of them success Every one must come to our Sanitarium where we prepared to this class of dilate and where a perfect cure in within ten days to two and No ing Tttey End revere books especially the Book of BooKsI and ftonfiifittnt adherents of the faith 1Faults in truth they have Hu man to err but their faults are too often exaggerated These faults are the expression in every case of loyally to homo aud kindred Whore one such misapprehension of duty can be point ed to ten instances are at hand of faultless living and fearess sell sacrificeWith the application ofchurch and school agencies the development of industrios the enlarge ment of traveling facilities and the influx of population the moun tains have in reach a future of un- excelled contentment and useful ness In this age of iconoclasm it is the custom to denounce railway corporations unsparingly- But history will impartially and unequiocally bear witness to the services rendered to country and humanity by the railroads of this vast region They have opened a rich and resourceful country to the activities of capital They have brought regions almost in accessible to the very doors of enterprise and enlightment They have brought into the mountains the teacher and the the missionary and his evangel the skilled laborer and his industry the engineer and his craft the the hope of President Helps Orphans Hundreds of orphans havo bel3n- helped by the president of the In dustrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes Ve have used Electric Bitters in this insti tution rfor tine years It has proved u most excellent medicine for stomach liver and kidney trou blea regard it as one of the host family medicines on earth It all vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetites To strengthen and build up pale thin weak children or rundown people it has no equal Bost for female com plaints Only 50c at all dealers Take for instance n boy that jiij crafty in his small dealing with his companions hates work is un kind to those weaker or younger than himself delights to torture i that unless a radical change takes place in this boys be fore he reaches manhood he will brutaltcruel dishonest prolably criminal man Subscribe for the Herald S100 is I every cafe weeks for the liquor habit and for the drug habit two to three weeks p room and attendant and not t=act one cent until the patient is cured and ready to return home We do not send our patients home a physical wreck with a socalled tonic to build them up When von leave our sanitarium you know you are cured for you lire frte from all craving nothing to Rest tion last and and We 1 t Women Suffer needless pain when delay using vCi I for their female troubles Odrdui has ben frill Irelieve pain in the side afccM ziness arising from deranged organs It does int 4t i 1 relieveif used persis1 tlyniany haverv7iii iten to say that it cured TAKE It Will IMp You 7 Mrs Johnson Tampa Flo writes Cardai me after and everything else had failed I had been mg with numb spells ever since I was lffYearsold One det decided to take Cardui I have now taken 5 bottles and I can that it has cured me I advise all suffering womeuato give a long and fair trial Mrs Johnson suffered years Have you Do yon G1WBut why suffer at all Take CarduL Give it a fair trial AT ALL DRUG STOSBS i t I tr I I ITHE H KRISH COMPANY he Catlettsburg Kentucky iitL WHOLESALE Dry Goods and oDlII lllhajs la sleek a Nell line Driers filled proiptlj ui t1M eart I I Letter Heads- StatementsI I Bill Heads j Envelopes CardsAnything i I and in the way of highgrade commercial printing Our assortment of job type is complete our press facili ties of the best and our workmen true typographical artists This tells all the start of our facilities for doing job printing of the right kind at the right prices r 1 t F 9 a Cards- Envelopes 1 Sttements Letter ead 11 f I4r u- nn 44444t4 l i We Give a Guaranteed Cure for Morphine and All Drug Habits r Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad After Effects Our Terms are Reasonable I Every Patient is Our Guest Our Treatment the Best No Barred Doors or Windows Nurses Fine Service Excellent mmonwealths treatmentforspecially handle guarantee respect religi mistaken books thriftI invigorates Noeexperience Selected perfectly much they Maxwell doctors sorted Positiv Liquor Cocaine Chloral weJoCURE NO PAY howlongcuredHERELIquoraddictiotlcompensation i itcostshpmewhatner headache backache th- emCARIflhJ everything 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