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I wat44 t 7r yRv t Pl THEIJLAZEL GREEN HERALD0 = Established March 4 1886 Made amouB in the Story otJonathanand His Contmentby Max OReli = = 0 1 rtfCER rnrnnd COOTKU Krtltor t The Oldest Most Popular Most Circulated Most the Kentucky in J f Widely and Quoted Paper in Mountains SIOO a Year AdYaCCEr f v- CTWENTYFIFTH = = =5 t YEARHAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 17 IHIO NUMBER 88 7t liington and Eastern Railway I I I V r Time Table In Effect June 21 1308 iof WEST BOUND 05III 1 I Io1 Aob J STATIONS UailyexDabland Suuday infiiny Sundayonly iAMLvejrMLvc jAMLve j 2U I iLa aiu Jackson i t lU aw pu Fi OAK J on ct o lb putI 25 Ill Saucattpv awe II- fl Torrent 7 beam a n Ill S I 11111 awNtCampton Ji 7 is IIW i S 57 pNam I I filingi 6 loam 42upu 3mu j tltantou 1 Clay Cit bJbWII S 01 U7 IIL ltLHrl I 11111 m V XJtEJuucV Winchester b 12 BW 5 2O pu 11ltl am era Lemn BI 9 5i Ulli i U lt5 pu 10 UIU EAST BOUND i 10GNoi t endex1 = STATIONS tjjLhihDaily Sunday i P bLLvr1 t ISundayI and Lexlughl1 U sa nw S 25 pill U UILcr1l tuuuretrr 20 b lJlulO2 ss 2 43 pun WshJuuction ttb 2t i ni 36Upwj40Way Cuyi40I t o 1101- 4s 58 pmH Stanton 44 I tU am- y4 30 pm Canipton JUlltl1jI 3S jui tirtuge07 I Ia IiW 435 put57Nat a2 I 56 U14 447 Jc 711 1617 aID 6 610 05 pmj611orreot loIn 15 I1ID 610 aw CONNECTIONS L E JtMiitN IIIIL Xos 1 and iouuecuuuwul iht L i OttywiU t tor lit S itlliDgSI CAMPION JCSCTIOS Trams os 1 2 he 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By tar Pine JUdge+ and Cauilitou III BKATTYVILE ltTletrains o 2 at Heattjvillelunc tugef1lltoI er Nus 3 and 4o K JtilTlui1rains to connect with the O K lailway bur local nations on the O K Hallway W A MebOiLLUtiieralMjUiajj el GHAft JUUTUUeiiiass Agentsti f Olio HUM Railwa I1 ij lime Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOCXD I No S3 5= 1o21 in DaySSunday PMABBJO l 27 p IAnR1 520 6Cannel Citr22 1 35 4 55 n Helechawji 20 12 19 13 Lee City13 1213 4 4jj 20 Hamptonl1 11 51 3 52 J22 Wilhurst 6 11 H 310 I27OK unction 0 11 15 3 00 tI i Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No22 i DailyII Daily uI STATIONSmI Sunday 1Bunday s Ii I t I AM LVKIPI 710 i27Cannel I City1 Oi lOOtt 7 33 1 Ii II1eleChaa16 1237 45 r 8 24 1 44 I t 837 10Wilhurst120 151 i 925 l 1 225 9 30 1J1Jackson2i i230 Nos21 and 22 will make close connectioi i lt 0KJunetion with Nos 3 and 4 for 4poinLa on the Lexington aud Eastern Rail wayM L CONLEY Superintendent i I Monntam OctiI Railroad k No 1- DEPART No 2 I 600a m Campion ll30a ARRIVE m I I 200 p m Campion 600pm No2 No1Il I ARRIVE DEPART 7 30 amCampn JunclO 05 am 330 pmCampn June 440 pm The Mountain Central make- connection with all L E passenger trains f BaF BOLIIM- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY the citizens of Wolfe andI INFORMS counties that be carries a line of Coffins Baskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent 8tyle- JEiSpecial caskets supplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnibhed funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones SEWELL COS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY f lIen hu professional services to citizen i of WoLfe county sad solicits the patronje- ell of e who SUIT IAVC legal aers to execute OM laY zuJduce CIa BWlnter f COUNTY NEWSc Local Items OfdeUC1llZII nnercst to a not I ally readersour expect distant liiC1tds- BELKNAP I I Born to the wife of Logan Center a large boy George Collinsworths little sick daughter is somewhat helter W M Lindou who has boon vas at Daysboro has returned Mss Della Edwards visited How and Cleanup Craso at Burk hurt Saturday night G W A1and Isaac Center Craso and others have heel attending court at Caney Mrs Lucinda and Misses Emma Bonnie Lindon of Johnson were culling on our new merchants A J Center sold a pair of ninefl earold mules to N Hollon of Stillwater for 275 and a pair of sixyearolds to Willie Davis of West Liberty for 375 The sheriffs have been up here and gave the bojs some races They captured IL M Wilson undI to Campion with him huIgot away from them ou Still water and returned home March M CQKKER ChamhprlaiusStomnchandLiv Tablets invariably bring relief women suffering front chronic constipation headache bilious1ryness dizziness eallcwness of the and dyspepsia Sold LyallcI dealers I I nBURKHART F M Long of Hazel Groan was here last weHk on business Jerry Stacy of Caunel City was here Saturday on business Mrs Minta Lykins of Malone visited relatives here recently J F Walters of Hazel Greeni was here recently looking after a singing school Howard Bache visited relatives Breathitt county from Friday until Sunday i Miss Virgie Frisbv of Canne- City l is here visiting friends relatives at presentjj James H Elam of Glenn Perry county visited relatives here from Friday until Monday Rev Henry Duncan of Corbin f I Whitley county was in this vicin ity recently on business John Bailey bought a milch cow from Willie Bailey a days ago for- E consideration of 84 Taylor Elam and Peter Crase e Lee City WAre here Sunday visiting friends and relatives Misses Rousia and Esther Allen and Della Edwards of Belknap attended church bare Sunday Pearl Bache and wife of near Puncheon visited Harrison Crase and wife Sunday and Mcuday Revs Leborn Lykins of Malone and Jess Morris of Cnn y preached here Saturday and Sunday Harrison Crase and Henry Elam have formed a partnership in the mercantile business at this placeI Rev Bill Yocum of Grassy at tended church here Sunday He will preach here next Sunday and everybody is cordially invited to attend esMondav Mirch 14 the angel of death visited the home of Willie Patrick and wife and took their little daughter Cora to dwell1 I with Him in heaven Little Cora was a bright child about two old and had a sweet disposition She will be missed by all but it i all Gods will not ours The r mains will be laid to reat in the family graveyard Walter King who has been down with consumption most the wmter died Saturday and was buried Sunday evening in the Polly Pbiplg- am graveyard He was a son of John Kinwpfo nerly of Breathitt con Iyt whonas been ruing in this neighborhood fur the past two or itthreeSaturday morning to his sister Elvira who is attending school at Hazel Green Academy but was probably dead before she rivedMarch 14 NAT i J- I i TO CORRESPONDENTSMailI yottrenemaour Inter thollrne day morniiifr llIIuIIlYii I willI 1 i i CANNEL CITYII I am pneumonia Esq Sebastian at this is I Will Jo Gullett is home from the army on a three months fur laugh Mrs1 Robert Caudill and sister iin Mrs Sanford Day are visiting in tCincinnatiBro r5on of Beattyville preached a very interesting ser mon here Wednesday night Mesdames South Stamper and in Willie Burton spent Monday with their sister Mrs F P Wilson Arby Gambill who for the post three years has been seeking his in western lands has re of turned home March 14 Rrnr Saved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and or itshell in the civil war was more agreeable to lJ A Stune of Kemp than facing it tram what doctors said was consumption I contracted a stubborn cold ho writes that developed cough that stuck to me in situ of all atremedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings Xew Discos which completely cured me Inow weigh ITS pounds For colds la grippe asthma hemorrhage hoarseness croup whooping cough ann lung trouble its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealer DEMUND Jose Gore is very ill with pneumonia at this writing Osc L mig made a trip to RedJl river Friday returning Saturday Mrs Emma Wilson was visiting Madison Hatfield and wife Sunday H B Chanev and wife were visiting the Trimble Heights Sun dllYd David Cox sold to Josiah Havens a ten months old calf tor the sum of05 Mrs Allie Long paid Mrs Polly J 1 Chaney a pleasant call Sunday I cel11ugE1John Caudill and Ben Perkins of Cannel City passed through hero Saturday Forest Long of this place was SundayfCharlie Fannin of Yocum call ed on Ada Byrd last Sunday He is a lino fellow and is worthy of a bird N P Chaney the horse and mule trader returned from Pike county Tuesday and reports eall dull Seldou Collinsworth of Days born passed through here Sunday en route to Nickell I guess tho attraction was Miss Queen Osce Long who recently return 4 Ad1 from Hazel Green is back the watt route We are proud for he brings us glad news Horse Trading John and Ja hile Rathffe took dinner with Uncle Green Chaney Saturday Hurse trading was their business I guessI B F Blankenship has just fin ished for himself a new barn and being so proud of it preached a- very interesting sermon Ilt Snlem- rs Sunday We wish he would buil a new barn every weekII ISIoody Chaney and Stanley HaIvens of Mize were visiting at I place Saturday paid Sundayand I paid the photographer a call I I think Stanleys call was for the photographers daughter Natty asMarch 11 BUCKlE 10Are you frequently hoarse j you have that annoying tickling in i your throat Does your cough an- noY you at night and d you raise mucus in the morniug Do you I want relief If so take Chamber WilliarI Send in tile aews i1 L JilltSf ITKellyIT ioulISltll1gj I visitingMrs Angeline Ely is seriously- ill with la grippe J Scott Xickell wont to Campton Monday on business Mrs Lou lI n Blankenship is grippeIBurch 1 a fine boy Dr G M1 Center attending Mrs Logan Lindon is at Elka tawn this week with her mother who is very sick with pneumonia Lizzie Gose who has beon visit with relatives at this place returned j to her home at Jackson u clay G A Fenska and wife returned Thursday from Muncie Ind the latter being sick He will return i j a few days and she will remain I here for a while March 14 DAISY An Awful ErnptionJI a volcano excites brief interest I and your interest in skin eruptions will bw as short if you use Buck leis Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers fever sores are soon healed by Best for burns cuts bruises yore lips chapped hands chil i blains and plies It gives instant I relief 25c at all dealer- sJEFFERSONVILLE Little W E McNabb is very ill this writing i j Mrs Flora Spence was in town f shopping Saturday evening MrsI Clarence Cooper was a gue9ttI t ofJrs Johnny Adams Fri aycMrs Ella Daniel was calling on I Mrs Marie Anderson Saturday I School at this place is progressing nicely with Mrs Eva Salyer as teacherTom Nickell of Camargo was calling on Miss Lena Ramsey last Saturday night Sam Wheeler and son Wesley I Morgan county were in thisii j section last week R A Chil ers who has been to I Morgan county on business for theIi past week has returned home MissI Grace Childers was pleas antly nntertained at the home ofr Mrs Clarence Cooper last Sundayil evening i Miss Ethel Trimble who hasj been visiting friends at Mt Ster1 ling for the past week has return ed home March 14 BitEEYEU RosE 1Fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism is simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism neither of which requires any maternal tr atmvnt All that is needed to afford relief is the free ap plication of Chamberlains Lini meat Give it a trial You are certain to be pleased with the quick relief which it affords Sold by dealers LEXIE The family of N G Maloney are in bed with la grippe Hoy Childers went toHelechawa one day last week on business 11Crockett Rose and wife was vis iting J B Elkins and wife Sunday Sam Speucerone of the drillers passed through here Sunday en route home Widow Taylor bought of Ira Day a house and lot the price paid being 150 John D Rose wife and daughter Vollie were visiting Jell Rose and wife Sunday IICurtIs Byrd has been on the sick list for the past week with some thing like la grippe Fire broke out on the farm of Ellis Johnson Sunday destroying several hundred panels of fence David Dunn moved to the farm of S S Rose into the house re contlyj vacated by Levi Robinson 11 0Mrs D B Lacy who has attending the bedside of her moth er IrsA F Johnson came home I Sunday evening Asbury James took a pain in his sidj and head sad Dr Taylor Cen ter being called to see him he is much better at this writing Ira Day and Mflvin Brewer with their families will leave 1c a n for Middletown OhioII IThurodl will make their future j homeIrssec I Rosa nil Lnla Perkins spout Sunday afternoon with Mips I 14wu14 MissI i Sarah Taylor and Lizzie I 4 Lulls of Stillwatcr was visiting on thi = erwk recently This WIlSjj Miss Liziis firt trip but we be j lievn fhi will come again aj she lik j peopleMatchm Medicines that aid nature are always most successful Chamber lains Cough Remedy acts ott this plan It loowii the cnughr lisvi tin lungs opens till secretions and aidn tur in restoring the system to a healthy condition I Sold by all dealers I WIAYTOWN i Moving is tho order of the day- Mrs11 r C Bryant was in town shopping MondayI Miss Maude Wilson was a guest Miss Ruth Wills Sunday I Clinton Spradling was calling- on Miss1 Lila Murphy Sunday J C Bryant has sold his stock of merchandise to C W Clark it Son of this place- R A Day of this place had a fine mare to die one day last week loss being about 110 E tIll Clark of Cannel CityI spent Saturday and Sunday with his father C W Clark- J H Oakley of West Liberty was a guest of Henry Murphy andI family Wednesday night Richard Hamilton ct Pomeroy ton has moved to the house re cently vacated by J R Little- J M Hill purchased a tract of land withsome very fine timber- on it from JT Grain Price 100 The Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely with H S Xeff us superintendent Every body invited- R A Childers of JelTersonville came up Tuesday to invoice his stock of goods which ho sold to Henry Murphy Mrs V C Bryant of Pomeroy ton was visiting her parents C P Dennis and wife of this place Saturday and Sunday Willie Bryant of Pomeroyton is again attending Sunday school at this place and we are all glad to see him back with us 1Polly Swango Willie Swango and Persy Kash of Valeria were guests of Miss Lila and Otis Mur phy Saturday and Sunday Mrs Manda Young of Hazell Green came down Saturday to be at the bedside of her mother Aunt Peggy Bolin who is dangerously ill James Ingram who has been working at his saw mill in Meni fee county near Sulphur spring spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks John Anderson and Miss Lizzie Childers both of Ezel were united in marriage Wednesday We wish them a happy and prosperous journey through life Floydand Rollie Little of Pom eroyton passed through town Sunday morning on their way to Trim ble Bend to church We guess there was something more attrac tive than church Hiram Bryant of Pomeryton was calling on Miss Ada Hensley of Murphy Sunday and reported a nice time How about that Maude But he will make his usual calls at old Maytown in the near future March 14 BLACK EYES Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets are safe sure and reli able and have been praised by thousands of women who have been restored to health through their gentle aid and curative prop erties Sold by all dealers MURPHY FORK Martha Murphy is still on 11Aunt list Mort Cecil sold a valuable horse last week to John Rose of Mize for 150 Miss Nora Pjeratts absence from the singing school Sunday was due to sickness Bono Hurst and daughter Esther of Malaga were guests ott Mrs Nannie Hurt Sunday NiR J H l- Marion Phillips of Mize was i on the creek Sunday interviewing H lien Murphy the cattle king I Murphylostcalves Pause of death Haerford1 filly Hnrtswapped fine Jersey 11- justJIlRI Last week Ben Murphy bought a work horse from Silas Helton for 75 and sold one mnleto Bur nie Finch for 150 Jetty Rose of Lexie passed thru ii IiEztlIiIi- see the sick at Dr Harry Murphys tThe singing school at the Ben Murphy school house Sunday was a decided success It will hold the hoards for 10 days The teacher Prof S M Fu2att is an artist 1 Inl singing iti March lIt POET SANDFIELD A wedding to report soon f spentSunday A il drum daughterNancy NabbsMiss Nannie Stamper was the guest of Mattie and Loma McNabb Saturday night i Misses Lou Ward and Emma Cox of your town visited friends at this place over Sunday spentSuudayis not expected to live on Stamp er branch Ellis McNabb who has been attending Hazel Green Academy returned home Saturday to help on his fathers farm A Mr Risner entertained a num ber of young folks at the home of W A Oldfield Saturday night with some fine music Misses Roxie Murphy and Bish op and Messrs Clifford Murphy i and Ben Jackson of Grassy were guests at Will Hollons Saturday nightThere will be Easter services at i Toliver church Sunday morning 1 atll oclock and Sunday school at 2 oclock in the afternoon All invitedMarch 14 PATBEY i i Children cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTO R I A SELLARS Wiley Wilson is very low at this writingMiss Jose Gose is very low with pneumoniaWillie called on Miss Gold en Tipton Sunday Ida Collinsworth visited her sis ter Mrs Mollie Wilson Friday Alice Strickland of Neola visited Mollie Skeins Saturday night Robert Tipton returned home Sunday from visiting his son on White Oak Mrs Sarah Skeins visited her cousin Mrs Stella Burkhart at Neola Sunday Georgian and Nannie Tipton called on Mollie and Minnie Skein I Sunday afternoon Boone Collinsworth and Fred Brown made a trip to Magoffin county recently on business Mrs Mattie Burton of Cannel City visited her brother Ollie Nickell and tamily Tuesday ofIDaysboro visited Minnie Skeins from Wednesday until Thursday Byrd Conley of Cannel City moved to South Stamps ra place j Tuesday Clarence Stamper did the moving Ervin Prater moved to his place near South Liberty We dont think there were any tears shed unless it was for joy Frances Jones formerly of this place but now a resident of West Virginia preached an interesting sermon at the Mat Long school house Sunday Mrs Jane Stamper and sons Clarence and Carl and charming daughter Mattie of Cannel City visited her mother Mrs C A I NickelI and attendedchurch atFthe school house They took din ner with Mrs Jane Long I March 14 PAXSY I kij 0 V Ud= = r c X g l A I I c THE HEKALD IKntereilntthe haze Orern Pout oMceauecoad clan smatter i i s SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY March 17 1910I WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT Ivn B JtKOWiXE Judge Tims f JOHNSON Coimnomveattirs Ally J C LINUOX Clerk Meets thirdJlouday in Julllury first Monday in oaf third Monday in tIIttIII- ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT W B DrFK Judge S G SAMPLE County Attorney POBEKT L CAKKOLL rierk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesj ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District o 1 Rohert Uos I third Friday in ber March June repteuiuer pod DecelI District No 2 Robert Brooks fourthI F iitiny in February May August and NoJ veuibiT District No 3J M1 Reynolds second Fri day in February May August and No t vember District Xo 4 David Spenier first Friday in March May August and November District Xo 3 Preston llollon second Fri day iu March June September and December District Xo I W Combs third Friday i in February May August and November District No 7 Shiloh Swaiiio fourth Fri t day iu1 March June September aud December 1 e District No 8John B Childers first Fri day in February May August and November COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE 1V SALLKY She rin J T CENTER Assessor J C B LtrrLiJailSuperintendentKSurveyorJI BRUCE MARCUM whoso name has several times been mentioned these columns as au aspirant for the position of pc stmaster at Jack son grows stronger every day now has the indorsement of two Grand Army Posts viz R E B ling Post No 135 and Elij Clay Post No 168 He has the indorsement of eleven of the teen Republican county comet teemen tho Jackson Deposit Bank Breathitt County Bank and First National Bank Backing up those home institutions and Republican officials he has two petitions signed by the most influential Republicans of Jackson and Breath itt county on file in Washington City and a third petition is being signed by prominent citizens everyday He has strong lletters of iin dorsement from 1V S Marshal Asinbury Patrick and Republican Committeeman Walter S Hogg besi a strong litter from Hon A Wood Pension Agent for Kentucky The Danville Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co Danville and the Navan Laundry Co Lexin ton also recommend him for the place showing that he is also popular away Irom his native home of Jackson whero ho was born August 5 876 With all these iin dorsements and appeals from thet best Republicans in the land we Iangleythe position As a Democrat it is probably not iu order for us to pouse Mr Marcums cause but we x do it on purely personal grounds We think he needs the emoluments more than the other aspirants that he is as well qualified and that if awarded the place he will pro a worthy in every respect Indeed under all circumstances ve should 1 h wityc claim Bruce Marcum their choi nor do we believe they would ever have cause to regret such actionII I SOME weeks since we stated that t the prevailing high prices for all1 I food stuffs was in a great measure due to the factllxat the farmers j are unable to supply theMemand especially for cattle hogs aud L sheep owin lD many cases to inability toybecure farm help At 4 the falloff in the supply of hogs alone bears out Our assertion Taking seven of the leading live J itpck markets of the ooli try we rtsl A Ieni Delinquents i j I jI I I IFo 25 years March 4 1910 we tI have labored faithfully for the iI mora and material development iIIof the mountains of which we bej I cam a citizen February 0 1885i Several times we have been offeredI handsome free donations to mo to other places but in nil instant I declined We knew we could get more money by moving but we had become attached to the peo pie here and hero we have romain ed despite till offers however hand som Now are the patrons fUR HKHAID ns faithful in return In shale cases we must admit thlt- r1j they+ are But tno many hold back delay when time to renew rollsl laud lId You know we need tl1 nmiiey to run the paper and why I j do you hold back Pay up prompt I I ly find we can meet our bills I promptly pay our printers an j jbuypaper Come in and pay up at once or if at n distance Rend the pioney by mail i DO IT NOW I TODAY 5 find that in January lOlO the I supply of hogs was 48 per cent jj lower than during the correspond ing month of 1908 During tanu aryJi 1101 those souls markets showed 551 per cent more hogs on hand than January 1010 As the Hon Dan Vorhoes of Indiana anti said Vo must raise more putIplalnly it m the corn instead of suing theI cereal go into whisky and create crime But who will raise the hogs The farmers cf this state are tobacco wild and so long this situation obtains but little I toution will be paid to Mr Hog or the fact that his absence is tough on humanity generally In the Right Place illBush T Castleman an old con federate soldier and an insurance w0Hiin business there in 1870 is now steward of the Confederate Home uhat Peewee Valley and from a personal acquaintance extending thru thatfhe tithebe right place Mr Castleman was born and raised in Lexington where he married but he has f ofto25 or more years been a citizen Louisville where ho was first the clothing business and for t last seven or eight years in the restaurant business We congratf ulate the old Johuny Rebs that they have Bush with them f he will do to tie to The Confe erito Homo Messenger published the interest of the Confederate Home says of him deMr asTappointedsteward by the board tames well trained for the service after seven years experi eats with Benedict Co one of Louisvilg o armyinJohn H Morgans command He has a genial happy disposition cordial and kind to all and we receptIOnbyance of most acceptable service I CASTOR IIA esForInfants and Children The Kind Yoa Nary Always Bough Bears the I Signature of Cj u I veStallion Show Day The many breeders of this sec tipn will be glad to learn that allI men who have stallions for seniceI this season will bring tneir horses t cohere Saturday April 9 1910 as is f the custom iin the blue grass This exhibition of the horses will en able prospective breeders to seethe good points of each individualI horse They can then compare pedigrees and the individual mer its of each horse and make up their minds to which they will brae This plan is bound to result in t hopedi1 on wfithin 15 miles of Hazel GrEJenf rill have his horse here that day i Dont forget day and date Satur daylhpril 9- l J twi I H G A Notes Several went home over Sunday Some will not return as the term i expires Thursday Clay Wade Nickell has been o the sick list for the past week but is now improving j The town girls enjoyed a social given by Prof and Mrs Carter eveningresTroy Pieratt and Edford Walters took dinner with the yoaug pool i lof the home Friday Come againt boys E T Kash was visiting his sons Arthur and Otis Sunday He seems be very much interested in their IIto j I The hell players of Miss Iiin room and Prof Roberts room had IiL very interesting match galas Saturday afternoon Oklaehoma next week where he will make his home But we are afraid ho will not find Hazel Green there Miss Roxie Daniel made John- d Golf Long a visit at Miss Hines table last Thursday He seemed to enjoy the visit if ho did lose his appetite I The girl circle rendered their program in chapel last Thursday thayhadthe subject much thought banquetliar a who had not been tardy during the term Hut those who had no been were surprised when they en that those who had been had a be tor table than they J S T PLEASANT HILL Camptonkueiness a Jim Perkins of this place tended the sale of Mason Jones near Dayeboro Saturday E T Kash the ideal merchant WtGranville Noble formerly Tohver was recently married the Widow Napier of Hreathitt Last week Mrs Rosabella Ful of Stillwater visited her daughter Arizcna who is attending the H G A Squarewent to Magoffin Saturday and re ports that he couldnt see the coo tf for tobacco beds County Superintendent J W Taulbee informed W W SwangoI that the Public Squat school will on the list for 1910 Will Center paid a visit to Men ifee county last week and hroug back a fine milk cow paying 30 Bob Little for same inRobert Wells and wife of Monii ixheSwango of H G A last week and visited Mrs Sarah E Swango on tho way home J It Legg and wife recently r tangdii ram Ohio stating that she woo be home in a few days Two or three good bunches of cattle are camped at L G Stum- pers this week They came from the upper counties aud will soon hit the road for the lIt Sterling market before the tariff is reduced March 14 POETl Theres Nothing In It There are a odmany newspa per readers who say this about their paper frequently They will glance over the headlines and find i ing no great calamity recorded will not be satisfied The full signifi cance of the complaint the not ing iin it has no doubt never be realized by those who make itOmeans that no home or house has been destroyed by fire no struggling firm has failed j no one has been murdered j 110 one electrocuted or hanged j no one J fmothers haggled by the train j no boy in a drunken frenzy has become a criminal j no home has been shattered by a scandal Theres nothing in it No nothing that feeds the taste for sensationalism and the newspaper is dry and uninteresting But is it not better so Ifittakes crime calamity sorrow suf fering falsehood viciousness to make it have something in it it not better that it is dull But this is the criticism of those who feed on sensationalism There may be many columns telling of national and state legislation e ucational advancement reliRia endeavor conservation movement hndl worthheY every reader who appreciates the responsibilities he owes himself his and his state 01 there s in it It is 0iDgpecially a certain kind of nothtr iDI =Catlottebtir TdbgpO GF b IProclaims Arbor Day Frankfurt March 10 Governor Willsou today issued an Arbor Da proclamation to the people of Ken tucky calling upon them for the observance of the day which is April 8 lIe says II Let us all get together and all plant trees anu all ask everybody ateee to plant trees and let us have n special meeting ou the 8th d iof April 1910 in every echo- lolhouaeI and other good places f meeting to talk over how to have more trees how to make every place more beautiful how to plant the waste places with trees that will bring wealth by and by how to save something for the poop t woegany we do something about it WMKI as win is Men are dada 1KiSaIa by Kidney and Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mindI Ir discourages andlesselsnmbithQbea ty cheerful disap kidneys order trouble prevalent afflicted kidneys urinates toooften urine scalds reaches tage should able control passage yet afflicted bedwet tingdependuponftthecauscofthedilcults should towards treatment unpleasanttkidneys and bladder and supposeWomen made miserable kidney and bladder trouble remedyThe soldtcent and one dollar mayhaveby mail free also a pamphlet telling all vigor and ness soot I when the out of or di easedKidney has become so that it is not uncom mon for a child to be born with Meak If the child iftilt the flesh or if when the child an when it be to these it is with fi St step be the of i the not to a with t about SwampRoot H iSMnpKwt including many of the thousands of testi 1 Ofe9w monial letters received from sufferers thetoI Co Binghamton N Y be sure antiII anyksI Kilmers SwampRoot and the address I Binghamton N Yon every bottle Upor1uflhtguII D I offer for sale my residence consist ing of sevcn rohm cottage good lot andI garden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur toohtntacninery1Ytll For further particulars call on or ad ROSEMarch FARM FOR SALE 0 lesshon waters Lacy creekI AUdSolo ofgood timber and nearly all cleared1 lland in grass Large orchard j over lasting fine water j 5rooiu dwelling house halls and porches also tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be offered at a bargain Possession given Janu particulars l RRFRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES foreGARDEN rl NE MILLION STRAWBERRY PUNTS I I No Agents Free Catalogues j H F HILLENMEYER d SONS I LEXINGTON KY j inDo wincnesteriioBaa k 0 KYNWKJ5FUAB Cashier 810000000UndIvIded 19Qaadsome Deposit of 1 over s 8COOOOOOO This bank solicits the accounts of rf business ern Kentucky and offers its custom erseverlfact1ityandtbemoetliberalu9 loct21yl l DR C H WILLIAMS y PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ii HAZEL GREEN KY 3 ffffers his profestional services to the titof Hazel Green and inrrouudmir cons afflictionOffice tl lBjC 6 i i TROYnMILLIl ERS lOurl Spring and Summer line of Goods trod Millinery risnow in stock We have a beautiful lino of Hats something that is sure to please you Those have been selected with great curd Our line of Novelties is of the best have ome SilkstWe also have n pretty line of ReadyMade Waists Skirts and Underwear ulll1t reasonable priers 10Call11nd see us We will take pleasure in showing you through OPENINGsAPRIL 23 to 26 j I IAZELGREEN ACADEMY i n Mountain School of J Christian Womans Board of Missions A Special TEACHERS RAINING COl Rbh is offered which extends throught the Winter and Spniig Terms SCHOOL EXPENSES j 500TUllIonGood Board per week 2 00 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you For further particulars address M7 Q CARTER i l J EjE D J zc EY E jjjjil Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe J 1- I E i jViJ j j I mLexingtonE Kentucky 1 i GO TO j f Kash JohnsonKash f DEALERS JN General lVIerchandise1 COUNTRY PRODUCE cJJ IHAZEL GREEN KY J FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING L t ====STEP INTO CECIL BRaSj j and look through our new line of j1 SPRING and SUMMER GOODS DWehave the newest tMoeo J LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS We have a full line of Prints we ifI fIwillstill sell at 5 Cents per yard11 I Anything you are in need of it 1 it will pay you to I GET OUR PRICES WE ALSO HAVE WALL PAPER- s 1a- t x i+ IF rr The Family IF 78 PhysicianThe rhet his world cannot take the place ofw the family physician Consult him early when taken ill If the trouble is with your throat bronchial tubes or J lungs ask him about taking of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Then all take it or not as he says W pubiUh our formuJ tltj Wo are you to t youris Bilious attacks sick headaches indiges tion constipation dizzy spells these Ire some of the results of an inactive liver Ask your doctor if he endorses Ayers Pills m these cases The dose is small one till ar bed me oJ1411 tLeJ C Ajor Co acct Yard i of THE HERALD i I iItb i N P Chaney and wife visitedat I j Salem Sunday last jiI of 1 1T A Fields of Portsmouth 01I I qii SandayIj Mrs S G Sample anti little 30nh Herat of Campton visited rela tives here last week i Porter Center anti wifn last week I ii moved to Lacy creekin the house with Clayton Center Miss Lulu Xickell is very sick at i the home of her aunt Mrs F X Day this week with la grippe Judge George Wheeler left Mon- dayi for Meuifee county to survey some old Virginia land grantsf J M Nickel N P Chaney and l Harlan McClure attended the sale of W M Junes near Daysboro Saturday Hon W O Mize has the thanks of the editor and his better stvenI eighths for a fine mess of moun tain oystersc1 1Ros Sbackelford of Wilhurst t came home Saturday to spend Sunii day with his wile and family but returned to business Monday Monroe Wallin and wife of GiU i more Miss Lucy Nickell of Gias tj creek and Miss Ida Nickell of Red river left Monday for Illinois The infant child of Floyd Rose and wife of Ezel died last Frida t night and was buried Sunday iiuI the 0 W Cecil family graveyard Bert Nickell who has been livf lag at Middletown Ohio for aII year or more is again in HazelI i jusit when he arrived Mrs Pearl Davis and sister Mrs I Lou Jones both of Illinois cano in Thursday of last week to be withI their mother Mrs A F Johnson I tt who is not expected to live D C Miller and wife of Camp ton visited the latters parents on J f Grassy Sunday and attended the l burial of their little nephew the l infant son of Floyd Rose and wife j J Edgar Kash of Landsaw was j visiting his brother C F KashI I Sunday and tells us that work on ix the Mountain Central railroal will begin just as soon as weather con ditions permit i Miss Falay Long wishes to an flounce her spring millinery open1 fug beginning Monday March 21 4 j and continuing all the week A z nice line of notions ladies fur v nishing goods etc will be on dis l play It costs nothing to look BO I come and see I I shoatsII halfI desirable lot Anyone wishing to Ir invest in a good lot of shoats wi- i I do well to communicate with ori we him at once I IMPROVE YOUR CHICKENS I have Rhode Island Reds at which costf61 feflfch Yellow and Brown Leghorns k 50 cents each and pure Plymon l Socks 50 cents each They are fixed eome a setting of 17 eggs cents Apply to MBS Lu- HaselreonItJ Ls4 M 1 Re ya s Y A Great Educator Gone I i Henry Barker of Grassy Creek dropped dead Monday evening about sundown Mr Barker was can years of age and had devoted life to education He hudftaught school two hundred months I 1 lIC h divided1 into school years of five mouth each make forty years that he devoted to education Atr great many of the older citizens ofI Morgan county were pupils of some the schools he taught and they j iIi unite in suing that he was devoted to his profession and a fine old gentleman He was probably I best historian in Eastern Kenw ucky in the mountains atany II tarei i NlifeLived I will mourn his demise with sincere sorrow He loaves live children I among whom Rev Johnny Barker Still water and George and Dud y of Brassy creek The two first jjjto are the only ones known to the I writer Apoplexy was the cause i I his death He was buried atw tho home graveyard a very large assemblage attending the obse j uies As stated in the caption A great educator is gon and memory will be revered by nil who knew him especially those topi whom he was preceptor during hist1I long professional career Has Moved Away i Dr G M Center is thin week i j moving to the old Fieldcn Cox homestead in the Ci x Mill iieiuh borhood where he will continue in jlCenterj I IIat among us for many years during j which time they have mode many w- riends who are loth to see them leave Mrs Center and her estimable daughters will be mi sedPI ailthe111 their host of friends console thtJlIl1 I I j with the thought that theyh will not be so far wows but they be spell frequently and thep further fact that while Hazel Green is loser Toliver and vicinity i will gain by their removal THE HERALD wishes the doctor and his family peace and prosper ity in abundance iI Death of Miss Rose ii Miss Mattie Lee Rose daughter l I of Hon Joseph P Rose and wife near town died Wednesday ps1tI andy Ii oclock of consumption aged 1 9tit years Miss Mattie had been sicblI and confined to her home a major part of the time since Christmas 1903 She bore her suffering withe Christian fortitude and seemed toI know that the end was not far dis taut Funeral services were heldIt at the home this morning Roc John Barker officiating and the remains will be laid to rest in the old Rose graveyard ou Lacy creek at 1 oclock this afternoon Mr Rose and his family have the sym pathy of all in their borea emeJ1tII in which TilE HER ALn joins I Moves to Msntgomery ii Samuel Wheeler of Morgan county has purchased of A Bert 1 I Wyatt his farm near Camargo Montgomery county containing 140 acres Possession will be giver1allI within ten days Sam Wheeler hatif i been a resident of the village Canev in Morgan for years ofI11I fact we believe it is his place o nativity and Morgan county ha several times honored him with office His mountain friends tell 1 regret that he goes from amongt them but theyare glad to know that he is able to own so good a home as the one just purchased A Successful Trader W T Swango has sold to Clay ton Howell 15 acres of land near Ewington in Montgomery county t 11for 955 an flees Possession at once Mr Swango will move Ap rill to Winchester where he has parch roperty At the sat personalproperty of Swan of tfo go fora m the crib brought 390 pet barrel Mr Swango formerly dhs fra glad to know that he is pros pering He hay been especialII fortunate in his land deals making I 00Fro m ever transaction Sam Wilson is this week painting I the home of Dick Long Those needing Sam for painting purposes address him at Hazel Green Miss Hines returned Friday last i i Lexington where she hado been for tho past two weeks under medical treatment for bronchial Tames Wilson and James Little passed through town Tuesday with bunch of 45 mixed cattle year Stethugmarket iI IJim Stamper of Staniner branch i I was last week mentioned as king suddenly sick developed U caea ot pneumonia Dr A C iiI ICkell is attending him and a reII ports him as mproving nicelyII Nelson Chaney and family who have lived in Hazel Green forII some mouths on Tuesday movedi hs farm in Morgati county and i i I IfIItoIIf muse to the house vacated by Chaney I One of Crock Coldirous gray horses was badly cut on all four i i legs Friday by jumping throughf1 barbed wire fence The boy who tin horses in posture separated he pair and the ono hurt was try ing to get to his mate when he woofll through the fence I j iCecil Bros have a new adver tisement in this issue to whichE i attention is directed They are I II receipt of a new stock of goods I purchased which will be sold rook bottom prices Read their dadauad price their ware if you ish to save mont3rGeorge Dyer says that Hon Bill our representative wrote him a few days since that he had job for him Further inquiry was to the effect that George is to conductor on ti slnnt oar IIIII Lexington the salary being F151 month Dont know when George is to take tho jobIiOwen Coldiron of Laurel hasII bus bought a farm of 100 acres from William Brown on the Long I branch of Slate creek in Mont gomery county for 1000 He i with two daughters and two sous will remove there this week while I runIfarm on Laurel this year The Statedbridge George Robinson son of Green bury Robinson has a severe case of pneumonia and Dr Andy Nick who is attending him toldI Our Man About Town Monday that this is the second case of pneu Robinson has had this winter tho other case being about Christmas and has developed in the same lung from which he i spitting blood freely Mapel Troy milliners have a thIis e directed They have a new stoc of ready made waists dress goods novelties and a line of ladies hats unsurpassed for uniqueness in trimming and material Their opening will begin April 23 and run to the 26th inclusive giving a chance to inspect before in vesting ITuE HERALD regrets very much that inadvertently it last weeks failed to mention the actions ill ness of Mrs Robert J Rose the venerable mother of John H and Joseph A Rose of our town Our titan About Town was fully ap prised of her condition but being just as fallible as other mortal he overlooked the matter until too late Mrs Sewell Rose the wife of our Stillwater correspondent isi also on the sick list John Robinson of Lacy creek is blind from a growth of cata act upon his eyes and an opera- e bon will be necessary to restore him to his sight Jimmie Dyer started out Thursday and Friday and made up 1677 to have the operation performed which will be done at Lexington It was i- lv tended to take him away TuesdayT but he will not go until the of next week a J 0 I KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled W P Stafford a Carlisle blacksmith was fined f60 and given ten days in jail n A charge of selling whisky in lucid option territory Through the explosion of gas in the range in her home in Lexington Mrs George Neal was severely burned about the face and head John C C Mayo of Faintsville sold loan eastern syndicate a tract of alueli I able coal land in the Big Sandy valley for 1 1300000 cash i A 15yearold girl was placed in jail lit Flmingsburp a charge of forging a j I I 100 check She admits getting the i money but =acs she did not know it was i crimeII IFire in the store room of the Union Garment Co in the female department of the Frankfort penitentiary one l1i btIII last week caused a loss of several sand dollars I In some sections of Nicholas county are losing a great deal of tobac by thieves From cne locality be- G 000 and 7000 pounds were carted off by night prowlers I I Sam Martin an aged andwrinkled I white man was heluver to the grand jury by Judge Evan+ of Winchester i or detaining the tI + carold daughter of Walter Junes against her will Allie Allnut aged 10 who was run I down by an L C X train near ton and muttered amputation CovinI legs was awarded ltf000 damages by a jury in tne Kenton Circuit court i Smallpox has appeared at the West mn Kentucky Asylum for the Insane At- I Hopkinsville but only one case hllll de veloped Mrs Sarah Johnson of Cald well county is the afflicted person Timothy A Field of Ashland win was appointed to succeed Sam J Roberts of Lexington us collector of internal lIue for the Seventh Kentucky dis trict willassume the duties of the office in September Bath county will be 100 years old January 15 1911 It was formed out of Montgomery county January Ift hill There is sonic talk of suitably celebrating the centennial and it iis suggested that one texture of the event be a homecoming of all ex Bath county people and their descendants Bath Co World toads are bad enough in the mountain but one of the streets in former Latnuia near Coyington caps the cli max A crew of linemen were driving along repairing the telephone line when the horse sunk in the mud until it was nearly covered After working three hours with rop s and boards the crew rescued he horse with much difficulty Judge Evans of the Federal court sitting at Owensboro scored the attor neys for settling the case of George Lear of Muhlenburg county out of court Lear had brought suit for 30000 damages against a number of prominent citi zens alleging they had whipped him and drove him from the state His attorneys compromised the case for 5100 Because Rev M E Doddof the First Baptist church at Paducah refused to let Mrs Charles E Graham who had been divorced from her first husband sing in the choir her present thrashs ed the minister as be was going to church Sunday morning and way fined 1 cent in Police court next day John Orend aged 48 years who for six years had charge of the coal elevator at metkwith an accident last week which cost him his life His clothing caught in the bucket chain and was carried upward but the opening was too small to allow the body pass through The were torn and he fell to the ground 4 feet breaking his neck Death was in stantaneous Dont throw away abandon your granite ant or porce lain lined cooking ils or dish pans just because there is a small hole in them Bring them to TIlE HERALD office sad see how neatly andcheaply they can be made good as new Ellis Johnson lost about 200 panels of rail fencing Sunday afternoon from a fire which was started by one of Ellis Johnsonsu boys and one of Willie JoLneons bovs Harlan Trimble also lost several panels of fence trom th same fire eII YOU CAN CURE THAT BACHACHE Pain along the back dizziness headache and general laogunr Get U package of Mother Grays AUSTUAUAS LEAF the pleasant rout and herb cure for all Kidney Bladder anti rinary troubles When you feel mil run down tired reak and without airnnatures herb and nests As a regulator it has no equal Mother Grays ACbTBAU AX mailflfor 50 cU Sample sent FREE I The Mother Gray Co Le Key N Y Syry r The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of AslY RCCkoY has been his personal supervision since its infancy no todeceive thIs Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trine with and cndanjrcr the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA ICastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other 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all the time and would not think of taking a journey without them no mat I ter how short a distance Iam going I have a sister that has i l had terrible headaches for years and I coaxed her to try themI and they helped her so much she now keeps them by her all the time From my own exper ience I cannot praise them enoughMRS LOU M CHURCHILL 63 High St Penacook N H Many persons have headache after any little excitement or ex ertion Theycannot attend church lectures entertainments 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 money AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY THE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000t h Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo made more popular than at any period of its remarkable carter Iti is now read each week by more than a million people Its field is not circum scribed bv State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United Stated giving it an unquestionable right ot claim ing to be the greatest uational weekly newspaper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family newspaper The one object of its publishen has always been to make it fit for the Amer ican home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it iskept clean andjwholesonie The news of the world is handled in a com prehensive manner and the various departments of The Blade are edited with painstaking ciire The Household page is a de light to the women and children current affairs are treated editorially without preju dice the serial stories are selected with th idea of pleasing the greating number of tic tier lovers the Question Bureau is scrap book of information the Farmstead col1 umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium lor the ex change of ideas and information on farm topics No department is neglected hu i every feature iis taken care of with the ide of making The Blade worth many times the price ot subscriptionone dollar a year Sample copies mailed free Address THE BLADE Toledo Ohio We Ili iy FURSr Hides and Wool Feathers Tallow Bemrax Giaienc Golden SeaJV dIowReed MayApple Wild Ginger etc We ate dealers ouhCshed U l856Orer half aeenbirin LcuiniIIeaadcaD do betterfOG due aerate at cannuJoo mrffWi Rthmct tar But ia LadmOe Write for wtcUr nccliil ud dipping Uo MaSabel A Sons 229 L Market St LOUISVILLE KY GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE t KILL THE COUGHWB CURE THE LUNC WITH Dr Kings ANew Discovery t FOB COUCHSPRICE Fm t AU AtLTHHOAT AMD LUKGTRQURI F8 sTisyAOTOBv IZBFuDSDIHazel Green Ky I g IOU DAY Proprietor Id Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky trce Maple room connected Heated udd Jjpt8t yeas throughout and epedal M SMtowtiooj to traveling tree r t IFor TUB HERALD d WHAT OF LIFE By James S Tester a Student of Hazel Green Academys We are all in possession of lifeII We are face to face with its prob 1 lems Wo are trying moro or less to solve those problems I And wo are all in search of that I something in life that willmake living thoroughly worth while This something however isII a profound secret beyond the search of the many It is not beyond I the reach of anyone it fact it is already very much alive withI in the minds of everyone and it may be fully described in the word ProgressContinual advancement is the royal path to health happiness peace harmony power and pros perityIt aliithingsery hour that makes life worth while The only satisfying life is the advancing life Human nature desires increase increase in all things And to promote progress the first essential is to have a definite 011a goal that contains ev thing that a o mpleto life cat I wish for the second essential is to desire to roach that goall with a desiro so strong so continuous and se persistent that it becomes an ir resistible power in every thought and action The third essential is to direct all the forces of minds and body toward that goal This is the secret Know what you want desire what you want and work for what you want resolutiousIand carry out hia resolutions if he desires What we have the power to originate we have the power to apply in practical action Fate is a natural result of your desire What is to happen to you in the future will depend upon what you desire in the present Your strongest desires determine how you are to act how you are to workaud also what field of at tainment and achievement you may enter Present desires build future ten dnncies future inclinations future ambitious and future capabilities In brief you will grow and de velop live and work along the line of your strongest desires Never lose faith in the race It1 is the shortest route possible to unhappiness failure and want Think great thoughts Nourish your mild with the best you cane provide Great thoughts lead toI great deeds It is the shortest i route to greatness ability and power Live in the upper story of mind purposeethe lowland The glory and splen I Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad After Effects Our Terms Every Patient is Our Guest Our No Barred Doors or Windows or of life is found on the heights Keep your feet upon the earth but vour head in the clouds The thoughts you think are the I eed you sow Your harvest will be accordingly Do not feed your mind upon waste product pro vide your mind with the best you can and vour mental powers will- respond fy being and doing their I best Thoughts lead to habits and habits produce character or lack of it Select the thoughts you want and you will build the char ater you want Deafness Cannot be Cured by local application ilK they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is onlyone way to cure Jealness rind that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is car used by un inflamed condition of the mucous lin lug of the Eustachian tube When this tube i+ inflamed you have a rumbling touud or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an intlamed condition of the mucous surfaceWe will give One Hundred I ollirs for any cote of Deafness caused by catarrh 1 that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Seud for circular free P J CITE aY C Co Toledo Sold by Druggists 73c OII Take HailV Family tills for 11 Help the Editor My friend help the editor in his wildeyed search for news When your friends come to sew you if you are not ashamed of it toll him when your wife gives a tea party if you have recovered from the effects of the gossip drop in with the news when a baby arrives call if you go to a party steal some of the siocd things and leave em with the item in our sanctum If your wife licks you come in and let us see your scarsI and tender sympathy through the paper give in all the common place news In short whatever makes you feel proud sad ione some or glad submit it to our 24 karat wisdom and sue our malted locks part and stand on end with gratitude which will pour fromi every pore like moisture from the dew besprinkled earth Stubborn as Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Theni theres trouble loss of appetite indicestion nervi usness despond ency headache But such trouble fly before Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best stomach andI liver remedy So easy 25c at allI dealers Good roads legislation has been killedI in the house lit the present session of the legislature and now the farmers and allI besI We desire to call your attention to our Sanitarium treatment for the cure of Whiskey Morphine Opium Cocaine and all ding habits WEsend out no Home Cures Tone of them are success Every one must come to our Sanitarium where we are specially prepared to handle this class of dmatcp and where we A BeantilBl for Rest Recupera Aflea Every Mederm I prev 0 School Suffrage to Women I The bill granting school suffrage to women has been passed by the Senate by a vote of 17 to 12 Sets ator Claude Thomus presented and j urged the bill in the Stnato j In the House the bill was re ferred to the Committee on Suf frage and Election of which Harry G Meyers of Oovington is chair man the other momburs being Marion P Poguu G G Frazior Fiank J Brown IL D Hunter J W Claypool W II Shanks W P Welch J MJ Blair It was a foregone conclusion that this committee would not report the lull favorably An effort to get the bill to another committee was blocked by the opposition one active friend of the ThoII cause on the committee was HIi Dillard Hunter of Clark county Mr Hunter secured sufficient votes to report the bill without expres slots the chairman finding this to j be the case adjourned the commitII te Thereafter without ii meeting of the committee he suc ceeded in gutting the signatures of all members of the committee exI cept Mr Hunter to an adverse reJ portThe friends of the measure he I lieving from the first it had been j I i referred to the Election committee iI for burial bout every effort to get ting the bill reported before the Rules committee tookcharge i whether favorable without ex pression of opinion or uufavor able Mr Meyer was finally smoked out and made his un favorable report the day before the Rules Committee took charge Mr Hunter offered a minority re port A motion made by SidnuyII Clayof Bourbm to minority report wits lost by a of 37 to 40 This was the voteII fort made in the House to substi tute a minority a majority re port a vote to discredit a com mitteo was a severe tfst to put the school suffrage measure to Had it been referred to a favorable committee there is little doubt that it would have passed easilyII IHow Good News I am 70 years old and travel1 most of the time writes B 11I Tolsou of Elizabethtowu Ky Everywhere go I recommend Electric Bitters because Iowo I my excellent health and vitality to thm Thny effect a cure over time They never fail to tonet the stomach regulate the kidneysI and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They workwonders for weak rundown men and women i I 1 restoring strength vigor and Health thats a daily joy Try them Only 50c Satisfaction isI positively guaranteed hall deal erstt u 1Subscribe for the Herald I 5100II I NO CURE guarantee perfect curt in every case within ten days to two weeks for the liquor habit and for the drug habit two to three weeks room and attendant and not exact one cent ccajentatitn until the patient is cured and ready to return home We do not send our patients home a physical wreck with a tocalled tonic to build them up whatever Our patients gain flesh and Mrerpth from the very If we do not cure you it costs yon nothing to you see yon have everything to gain and nothing to lose Place sad aeHt t for I NO PAY I Worn Women j Women worn and tired from overwork need a tonic That feeling of weakness or helplessness 1 OJCarduiweaknesses of women Thousands of women hayj grewbenefit J use this reliable ofttried medicine Y TAKE r t J t The Womans Tonic i Mrs Rena Hare of Pierce Fla tried Cardui and afterward wrote I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble had pain in my side and legs could not sleep had shortness of breath suffered for years until my husband insisted on my trv AT ALL DRUG STORES 0 THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc i Kentucky I j WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions I Always in sleek a well 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