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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yrt ITHE AZEI REEN Dl0 = Established March 4 1885 Made Famous lathe Story of Jonathanand His Oontiaemtby Mi O Reil 0 or r aeKtlltor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and MostQuoted Paper in the Kentovy Mountains 100 a liar in Advance = =I TWEXTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 81 MO NUMBER 40 gHflon and Eastern Railway flat Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND t Ql No No5g- lAVOYSi I DatlyexDailsand Sunday au day Sunday ionly IA3tLvePJlLveltJlLveJa- rkeoa iid 1Ow I 2U pu I I7w I1W butt JYnCt Ii 16 pm 25 pW iav ItW Jcl i IIi IIW a xu uw le6Ufe SO um 3n awl- 1aL lridgl i 45 nw I a 5ti Jlmli5t II- WcptoD JIIII j 4S am 3 b7 11111II I HlIm I s pu ao4 tyy IlaAWI1 city b6uw f fI t5 pu b UW OiLdJanClIjI Wam JIL1OtJ31W- WIDcheeter II 12 am 5 ro vu 1101 um L stonuilj I 55 am I U u5 pa um I EAST BOUNDII Hoi l 1KlA01s Daily UDd F eLl011 UTI0N8II Sunday IIIIIJ I v rY rrL III 1IiA3Lye Lexington u Wu- J US 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Wly ex =m STATIONS = Daily ex faidtr r Sundjr y LLLvaP M Lc f 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 MHelech wju 6 1 11 L 23B837 101Vilhurst 20 151 s 925 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 SO 0 Jackion 27 2 30 s 1y Hes21 and 22 will make close connect a toA K Junction with NOI3 and 4 for VpiataOB the Lexington and Eastern Rail lay M L CONLEY 9nperintendes l yCa1 GGeftilal RailIoad0- o1 jI No 2 ftEPABT ARRIVE 800 a mCampton1130 a m I 200pm Campton 600pm I No 2 No1 JJUtrVE DEPART 780amCampn JunclO05am 380 pmCampn June 440pm The Mountain Central makes J eaonflction with all L E pas wager trains ri BaF BLINC1TD- ERTAKECAMPTONI I TNFORM3 the citizens of Wolfe and RirfttM adjoining counties that he carri SjiasJB of Coffins Cachets Burial Clothes iMi everything necessary to put away 1Iie dead in decent style of J9r8pedal caskets supplied on 24 riDoticefinetlt made If ordered TeaaaaDd hacka furnifcbed funerals r Also can fill orders for tombstones dec SWELL C RUSE I fI Notary Public 5 8TILLWATER KY kli profeMlsaiUertictio dtitrai i cetityt aad lolieiu the pstronsfs ltplPQol j a H hfc nsMme a M1w1 t a j z r COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority Ifoally distantfriends BELKNAP I Seems to be moving time as severalIInro moving The sick folks are all better We are thankful to say HO Mite Mahala Aructt and Elvin Perkins went to Canev to spend i Easter Miss Etta Dykes of Caney who has been visiting relatives here has gone home Miss RowonaCraee of Burkhart visited Misses Rausia and Esther Allen Saturday night Boone Bach anti James CraseI ol Burkhart passed through here en route to Breathitt buying hogs Misses Maggie and Long ElamII of Lee City passed through here Sunday en route to visit their graudpxents at Burkhart Reports say that Porter Davis I and G W Crise of Burkhart had about 100 panels of fence burned It is supposed to have caught front burning log in the fieldsMarch 28 CORKER Jj Deafness Ciaaot be Cared by local application as they cannot reach die diseased portion of the ear There iit only one way to cure deafness uud that is by t constitutional remedies Deafness isor used by an inflamed corditinn of tbt mucous lin ing oftheEustacuian tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound ortimperfect hearing and when it is entirely I V closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out aud this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by catarrb which is uoth I log but an indamed condition of the mucous I surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deainrss caused by catarrh i that cannot he cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circular free F J CHENEY B Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists Toe Take Halls Family Pills lor constipation DAY8BORO Kale Roberts of this place it very low at this writing Miss Meade of H G A attend ed church at this place Sunday Alvin Oldfield and Harry Cask ey paused through here Sunday eni route to Stillwater Tom Richardson and Boone Col1 linsworth of Grassy visited theI letters parents Sundays Leek Montgomery visited Mortt Collinsworth Sunday hut MissI Grace was the attraction Seldou Collinsworth who ha been on Stillwater for the past week returned home Saturday Rev Squire Wells preached very interesting sermon at thi place Sunday Several attended nlScorcher Montgomery and lam ily of Gillmore visited Mort Col linsworth Saturday and Sunday Frank Cpllinswortb of MagofihiI countyvisited his uncle Mort Collinsworth at this place Satur day and Sunday March 28 ToocLIL Fully nine out of every ten cane- of rheumatism is simply rheuma tism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism 1 neither of which requires any inI ternal tn atment All that iis seeded I to afford relief is the free ap plication of Chamberlains Lini agent Give it a trial You are certain to be pleased with the quick byIIall dealers DEMUND eaBorn March 21 to the wife o Eli Phipps a 12pound boy N P Chaney the horse and mule trader bought of H B Cha trey a mare for 125 Mrs Emjna Nickell was visiting start n Nick d wile at Cauey Bit day and Sunday Mrs F M Long was visiting lie- piston r i Mri Mary Phipps from W nllday until Saturday A crowd of chanaing girls call boer1 btnltJrnlit6L 4j thn Y TO CORREBPONDERT youritemsnot later IhanTues lay morniiif Monday I possible News received sort that will be published unless of unusual im eportauceand writs on one side ot the paper only were Stella and Nancy Oakley and Grace Niokell We are sorry to say that Wileyb Wilson who has been ill for sometime is not any better at present Dr H G Cheney who has been iu Pike county for some time has returned to his home near Salem Jim Wilson of Daysboro passed through here nits day last week witha bunchof hogs and cattle Miss Nettie Phipps was a guest of Plisses Queen and Nora Nickell Saturday night and attended meet ing on Stacy fork Sunday Quite a crowd of young folks was pleasantly entertained at the home of the writer Among them were Misses Ada Byrd Jetie Ras nick and Addie Cox and Charlie Fannin of Yocnui March 28 MOUNTAIN BOY Saver Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and in the civil war was more KempTex i doctors said was consumption hIt contracted stubborn cold he i writes that developed cough I that stuck to me in spite of all I remedies for years My weight ran down to 180 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery wttch completely cured meInow weigh 178 pounds I coughs colds la grippe asthma hemorrhage hoarseness croup i whooping cough ana lung trouble its supreme 50c and 100 Trial j bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers CILLMORE Johnny McIntosh made a business 1 trip to Campton Monday Mrs Lula Elam of Lee City was a guest of her mother Sunday Isabelle Nickell is seriously ill at this writing with a pain in her headMaude Cecil and son Wilson visited her parents on Grassy Sunday Billie Shoemaker and wife of Stamper brunch were guests ofI James Nickell gild wife Sunday Marion Ely slid wife were guests of the letters parents at May town from Saturday until Monday Chester Morrison and Pearlie Gunnels of Greenbriar were mar ofethe brides parents The little child of Harlan Chil- L ders and wife died Saturday lasts and was buried Sunday Services were conducted by J M Madden Rev George Brooks of Stillwa tar attended church here Sunday Come again Bro Brooks we are alwaya glad to have you with us March 28 DAISY MURPHY FORK Mrs Maude Lindon and chil dren of Gillmore spent Saturdays and Sunday at the home of W H MurphyMisses Nannie and Olaii Motley and brother spent Saturday aud- I Sunday as guests of John and W H Murphy MissEuella Pieratt who is stay ing at the homo of Dr Harry Mur phy paid a visit to home folks at May town last Sunday The smart set on the creek isI joyous over the appearance of Ez ra Henrv of Blackwater every- f Sunday but Ura is the proudest of them all May and June are noted for beautiful roses but a Rose bloom ed here Suudav Miss Nora Pieratt asw It firstadmired it and took I it hume with har- A IJ large audience was aesembledl Sunday at the Ben Murphy house and heard some fine IChoollI from Revs Bill Yocnm Wilson P B Onllett and JamesI StrickJand ID theafternoon slag ine wu on the rOl1IJDII I i March 2U t I TRENT Douglas Evans of Campton was in this section Saturday Charlie Maloney of Lacy creek was a guest of his brother Walter Saturday night Miss Ethel Edwards accompa nied by her brother Etfgar visit d in Meiifee county Sunday David C Coldiron of this place wee visiting friends and relatives in Lee county last Saturday and SundayWalter Maloney and family were guests of his father Newton Ma- loney and family ou Lacy creek SundayMiss Maude Campbell returned home Friday from Campton where she bad been having some dental work done Mr and Mrs Noah Tibbs and little daughter Mary Alice ofnear this place visited Mrs Tibbs brother Jack Sally and wife at Toliver Saturday and Sunday The following partook oian Easter dinn r given at the home of J H Barker and family G P Dyer and family James Dyer wife and little daughter Esther Miss Nannie and Daniel Taulbee Mrs C H Barker and little daughter Myrtle and others March 28 N C B Stibfcora as Kites are liver and bowels sometimes seem to bulk wlthou cause Then theres trouble loss of appetite indigestion nerve usjiess despond lICY headache But such trouble fly before Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best stomach and liver remedy So easy 25c at all dealers SELLARS Wiley Wilson is not expected to liveMrs Jamie Nickell has been on the sick list Miss Beatrice Long was a guest Myrtle Asbury Sunday James Tipton bought a fine mare from Nelson Chaney for 150 Ollie Nickell and family visited his fatherinlaw Clint Byrd Mr Clara Hollon called on Mrs Minnie Tiptoe Sunday evening Mrs Hollie Oeborne called on Mrs Morris Wilson aud family SundayMrs 0 Sallie Spradling visitfld her daughter Mrs Bessie Conley last Thursday Mrs C A Nickell is visiting her daughter Mrs South Stamper at Cannel City- Mesdames Clara Hollon Minnie and Dannie Easturling gave Mrs Mattie Nickell pleasant call last Saturday evening March 28 PANSY Are you frequently hoarse Do you have that annoyintickling in your throat Does your cough an noy you at night and do you raise mucus iu the morning Do you want relief If BO take Chamber lains Cough Remedy and you will be pleased Sold by all dealers JEFFER ONVILLE Quite a crowd attended church at thin place Sunday Miss Grace Salyer was n guest of Miss Lena Ramsey Sunday Robert Childers made business trip to Morgan connty laat week Miss Grace Childev spent Sun day evening with tliisses Nettie Mattie sad Ethel Shultz Clarence Cooper and wife and Mrs Marie Anderson took dinner with Stanley Anderson and wife SundayHazel May the little seven monthsold daughter of Clarence Cooper and wife died Friday the 25th and was taken to the cemetery at Mt Sterling Saturday We 1 extend our heartfelt sympathy j the father and mother toII I A large crowd of yung people i went mountain tea hunting Sun I timeICbil1lI I i EthellalJdBichia Daniel Claude May Cbilderc Chester Williams Bar lea Nickell lad Kraut taftord- lMrch8 BttjrEYim Stone II 1 LANDSAW R A OhildnrB hUB been putting soma jiire poplar logs to the null at this place S H Kash and wife of Hazel purentsherRolliu Cornhn came over home from H i= A last Sunday reo turning Monday hustlingfarnMr Campton enjoyinge returning from H G A Curt Halsey and Arthur Hash went to Cnmpton lust week to have some duutai work dune Henry Dalton Hud John Burch field who were reported us being very sick are somewhat better at this writing Bufonl Swrngti and Howard Halsey who started in for the spring term rt H G A have concluded to return home and try the farmN L Combs lut Sunday arret ed a woman on Gillmure charged with house IniruiiiL and took her to Campion and placed her ill the I charge of the jailer D B Center K K Spencer W H Chnmbers and Robert Murphy preached ti a large and well behaved audience at Murphy school house last Sunday morning and eveningDr II and Oliver Kash the farmers and stockmen have been buying hogs and cattle for the past two weeks They sold a sow and eight pigs Saturday to Green Stamper for 45 Trading during the past woek S H Kash sold to Rose d Murphy a bunch of hogs E T Kash to same a bunch of hogs R L Rosa to same a bunch of liege Arthur Kash bought or D H Kash a heif er for 25 and from Murphv it Rose a heifer for 2750 and R L Rose bought three yearlings on Holly for 8750 March 28 Axes Medicines that aid nature are always moat successful Chamberlains Cough Remedy acts on this plan It loosens the cough relieves the lungs opens the secre tions andaids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by all dealers TOLIVER Uncle Alf Kash was a guest A B Landrums Sunday atII Will Sweeney and family wore visiting on Clark branch Sunday Elsbury Haddix has moved from Buckcreek to his farm near Lee CityD B Stamper and familywere guests of A B McNabb and wife SundayMrs dames Landrum visited rel atives and friends on Big branch SundayMiss Lora Weaver was a guest pf Misses Mattie and Loma Mc Nabb Sunday Aquilla Haddix Robert and Jack Cox Roy McNabb and Wil lie Catrou were entertained at the home of Miss Emma Landrum Sunday evening March 28 SUSSUINE Am Awftd Erimtiai- of a Volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions will be as short if you use Buck tens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers or fever sores arc soon healed by it Best for burns cuts bruises sore lips chapped hands chil blains and piles It gives instant relief 25c at all dealers- CAMPTON Born to the wife of DJ Hobbs 24th inst a girl Dr B D Cox oficiating R M Clark was enter IProf by Miss Grace Smith Sun IMrs Mary E Brown accompa by Mrs Stella Fuller was visiting in the country Friday MaryIhere Tuesday night He was a victim of that dread diraaca con sumption The mother as well as toe sitter and brother who cur tire him have the sympathy of the entire community March 2IJ 9vti Matt YLi71A r MAYTOWN Clinton Spradling left for Illi nois Monday Henry Murphy was in the upper counties last we k buying cattle Garrett Cox of Greasy was the guest of Tennyson Sprudliug Sun dayQuite a large crowd attended Easter services at this place Sun dayrr Plies Ruth Wills made Miss Frances Hamilton a pleasant call Monday evening John Childers and wife of Va a leria took dinner with Willie Childers undwife Sunday There was quite a large crowd quilting11rsEd Day and little daughter Pearl wero the guests of Mrs Jus Ingruni Wedaesdayevuning Misses Ruth Wills Ella Murphy and Maude Wilson were quests of Miss Lila Murphy Tuesday even ingAunt Peggy Bolin is very ill at this writing and is not expected to live long nnlefi there is some changeRollie Murphy and wife of Mur phy were guests of the latter a mother Aunt Malinda Patrick Tuesday night ll- J W Childers and wife loft Wednesday for Ezel where th vwill spend a few days with their son Arch Childers J M Hill and family of Black water Volney Henry wife aud little daughter Minnie Rose of Greasy fork took dinner with H S Neff and family Sunday Robert Childers of Jefferson ville came up Saturday and was accompanied home Monday by his niece Miss Ruth Wills who will Visit relatives and friends in and near Jeffersonville for an indefi nite length of time March 28 BLACK EYES Chamberlains Stomach and Liv i er Tablets are safe sure and reli able aud have been praised by 1 thousands of women who have been restored to health through j their gentle aid and curative propJerties Sold by all dealers CANNEL CITY Everyone seemed to enjoy the 5 beautiful EasterireadytoB J Elam and wife are viajiisg the formers parentsat this writing 1 Mrs O M Pratt of Gillmore is with her daughter Mrs EEElam who js very ill at present Mrs Robert Caudill and Mrs f Day have returned from Cincin i nati where they spent last week shoppingThe ll1ls rendered Ibair program Friday night The U Va will have to hustle if they coma 4 up with them Mrs Everett Bach end little daughter Hattie Day and Mrs Charlie Byrd and little daughter M 4 Oaueyday Chamberlains Stomach andlnv er Tablets invariably bring relief to women suffering fiom cbroeM constipation huadacb bijkxw ness dizziness sallpjvneas of tbtakin and dyspepsia Sold by alt dealers Y There is no reasonable exeusetfs a man to live iua town if he doesnt Jike it If you have no word of commendation to say for your town its institutions or people emigrate The church belts will have the same musical ring UM little dogs will play just u well and the pure air bright sunshine and sparkling water will have the same healthgiving properties if you go away Speak a good irori for your neighbor if you can if you cannotdont everlastingly ea large on hit faults If you hays become toroughlydiagm tted move away go somewhere whets things will suit yon Seiactad Pout throw away and sbauM your granite enameled or pores lain lined cooking atecsirt ordMh smallholejiuHJEJUID office sad se how water and cheaply they sets W ratJOodu new l4 yttq C ii JJdIK = 4 1 I fJ4 9JW fJ7 = f PT1 J1 Z At Jri- N 6 r THE HERALD I KnUrr at the Morel Urern Post lIdleeauecoad elamBtte I I I I SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KYITHURSDAY March 31 1910 OBITUHBIESjniBUTESofRESPECTJ I and ThanksII iiiii lioation st he paid for in advance to insure llUbII I WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID B RKDWISK Judge Trios C JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty- J L1NnoNClerk- Meets third Monday in January firsttI Monday in May third Monday in Septero her WOLFE COUNTY COURT I ii W B DUFF Judge- S i O SAMPLE County AtturntyIJOBKRT L CABROIL Clerktt fleets first Monday in each month ii WOLFE FISCAL COURT I Meets first Tuesday in April first Tnes sy in October MAGISTRATES COURTS 1 1District o IRobert Rose inird Friday- in1 March June septeuiner and Decem ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Frii 1 day in February May August and November District No 3J M Reynolds second Fri day in February May August and No L vember i District No ojDavid Spencer first Friday in March May August and November District No 5 Preston Hollon second Fri day in March June September and December District No 6I W Combs third Friday 3 in February May Augustaud November District No 7 ShilohSwanso fourth Friday in Mardi 1Mine September and De cember District No8John B Childers first Fri day in February May August and No veruber COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE W SALLKY Sheri n JT CENTER Assessor J CB LITTLE Jailer- J W TACLBEE County Superintendent- Er J CKKECH Surveyor J FRANK SAMPLE Coroner The country at large was startt 1 led Tuesday morning to read i- a in the p6s dispatches from Wash1 I ington ot the sudden demise of Associate Justice David Josiah F Brewer of the United States Supreme court who died at his residence i in the Capital city of apoplexy at 1030 oclock Monday ff ffnight Judge Brewer was born iin Asia He graduated from Yale s University in 1850 and from the Albany N Y Law School iiu 1858 He received the degree 1L D from the University Iowa in 1884 Washburn Colle 1888 Yale in 1901 University Wisconsin 1900 Wesleyan Univer sity 1901 University of Vermont 1904 He was appointed to the Supreme Bench by President Benjamin Harrison to succeed Justice Stanley Matthews taking his seat January 6J 1901 After his graduation from Albany Law School in 1858 he studied law under his I uncle David Dudley Field New York and later entered upon the practice of law at Leaven worth Kansas There he was made Com missioner of the United States Cir p curt Court in 1861 Judge of Probate and Criminal Courts of Leaveuworth county 186770 and t Judge of the Kansas Supremo Court 18701884 He was lawyer lecturer and linguist and always popular as an after dinner speaker fir He was also an author among his works being The Pen to the Pulpit 1 O The Twentieth Century fro Another Viewpoint and T a United States a Christian Nation The Winchester Democrat which for twenty years has been success fully conducted by Biehn Donovan with the issue of Tuesday passed into the hands of its new owners Tim Needham formerly1 i of the Williamstown Courier and Robert Nelson for several years past connected with the Govern ment Printing office at Washington Mr Needbam being the edit and Mr Nelson buBHTCBTfiraaa o We are glad to no also thatCh ar ley Lyddtne for iwv ral years ed k itor of the hem rat under Biehn tkbpnoYanf rime iit to be local editor under the new maoagemeI- 38 Democrat iil one of the be- I Mjttri tiles c mete tope fa exchange i and we oonijratnlate the now pro prietors upon ita acquirement and predict that they will hold it up to its high standard of excellence The paper is fiftytwo years old patrouagelespecially I weekly ij All our subscribers are urgently requested not to overlook the matt ter of paying up arrearages and as much in advance os possible We 1 need the money to run the business l slid make improvements Those who read THE HERALD weekly and I are not subscribers are respectfully asked to become subscribers andJJ help the good cause nlnafj j Governor Willson signed the bill making capital punishment death by electrocution instead ofi hanging The measure carries with II it an appropriation of 7000 to I instal the necessary apparatus and goes into effect June 15 I T1T left nextIiIIi Day yesterday sckI son Torrent Winchester and Mt Sterling at all of which places heI has business to attend to Mr Howe who leased the L Park IIo tel at Torrent recently is alsoI manager of the J T Day ktoroI there and as head salesman has a brother of J T Whaley of our town in charge Mr Whaley hails from Cynthiana where heI has been clerking for a long time and is therefore experienced inI the business We do not know his front name Memphis Tenn March 21 1910 Dear Mr Cooper Enclosed find one dollar 100 for renewal to THE HERALD With heat wishes Reap FRANK TRIMBLE 85 Madison Ave Asa Ewing the new man at the racketstore is a brother of Clifft Ewing the stationary engineer andI general utility man with machin ery and saw mills He has a wife and two children who am expect nd here in a few days and Mrs Ewing will take charge of Mr Days Hazel Green Hotel while her husband runs the racket store On behalf of the citizens we wel come this family to our midst andI hope the ladies ot our tows will1 call upon and make Mrs Ewing feel at home What is there in the art of fish tug that makes the sport ao de structive to mans voracity Al ways the biggest fish get away UfContinued from Page 4 ofHow Deal With Opportunity Thou shalt not go about thy gebusiness r peofsonal appearance is a good letter ofrecommendationTnou to make excuses and rebuke those who chide theeThou shalt not have to be tot I what to do Thou shalt not covet another fellows job nor his salary nor the position which he has got through hard work maintaiisn1 thine own integrity or do any thing that will lessen thine ow selfrespect Thou shall not fail to live within thine own income thinhee own on proper occasion sayuNoThou shalt give every man a square deal This is none like but is the Ise and greatest and there is none like uuto it Upon it hangs the whole law and profits of a successful business career collegme a raihe1 not help you to real success To have ones mentality stirred by the possession for expansion to be dragged rut of the narrow rutt of ignorance to feel ones life grow larger wider and fuller this is successOne the greatest questions a1 human being is called upon to decide is the choice of a career It affects ones entire character andJ destiny No graduate can afford I to choose an occupation merely because there is money in it but hioj makering a living He most less that not living mskiag or famemaking but man maktug womanmakingi charactermaking is neceifary aS makiDgben oalI Potitionl1Sti I this OJttr tfflii ttr i t KENTUOKYKERNELS Carefully Collated ami Conoliely Chroiicle It I The contract for halloing a sewernge i I system of about ten mills in Mt ling was let to Paul k Karsbner SterI ton Ohio for 50000 Bonds to same were floated last Jzmucryi While sitting at a table with his back I j I an open grate the dressing gown of I C W Harris former mayor of MtSter1 ling became iignited and before he clluldII get the gcWD off was se veiely burned about the hips and shoulders I 1IItrllng gas well wan drilled in last I week on Mrs Agnes Roth wells farm injI j Menifee county Tha gas was ignited and a lame eight or ten feet high lit up the country from Friday until 51on lay when it was extinguished In a head on collision between two freight trains on the L R N railroad I near Whites station midway between Herea and Richmond three men killed outright one perhaps fatally scalded lIeverelyIdaughters home in Louisville Mrs Elizabeth Dillard aged 73 years acci dentally flounced her skirt intoI the fire andwas at once enveloped in flames She was literally roasted before aid could reach her- Carlisle has been struck with a build ing boom A large number of houses are under construction and many more are contracted for The town treasurer in his annual report shows a balance of 300 in the treasury with no outstanding indebtedness The large stock bare of W F Byrd near Mt Sterling was totally destroyed by fire last week Six fine horses and jack were cremated and a lot of fetd and farm implement were consumed The building was owned by the Drake heirs of Mt Sterling Green H Keller the veteran editor of the Carlisle Mercury has ikiutd his annual proclamation announcing May 17 as rat killing day to be observed by the people of Nicholas county On a similar occasion Ilast year user 50000 I if the rodents were killed In a roundup of drunk and disorder lies at Williamatown last Sunday Jailer Edmund Landrum was caught in th i meshes and the police judge fined him el and costs He refused to liquidate turned the jail keys over to the sheriff andwas locked up Later he repented and paid the bill IWhile bending over a 200gallon tank 1of gasoline George Janka an employee of cleaning house in Jxuisvile dropped sparks from his pipe into the tank and it exploded Janka was badly burn ed but with remarkable nerve first turned in a fire alarm and then ran to a drug store He will recover William McCullough and James Go ins engaged in a street fight in Oirbio and were arrested When being taken to the lockup Goins broke away from the officers and shot McCullough kill ing him instantly Lee ReidIt frier of McCullougb pulled bis pistol and shot Goins who died within an hou Reid escaped The old Dr Shirley residence in Wind cheater was razed last week to make room for the new government building It was probably the oldest house in Winchester as no one there can tell when iit was built Eighty years ago it was usedI as a hotel In the course of demolition workmen unearthed an old almanac for preseta vation A most unusual occurrence is repor ed from Glasgow in the following spe cial While pruning his fruit trees Haden Keitner of Adair county foundl a large apple on the tree The suppoai tiou is that the apple was grown taet season and remained on the tree all win singulartoc currence apples grown are kept with difficulty iif at all and to hang on the tree all winter exposed and keep perfectly sound is almost beyond belief An interesting relic owned by the chil- I dren of the late James Duncan of Bour boa county is a receipt for taxes for the year 1803 The receipt was issued to CapU Tames Duncan an officer in thp revolutirnay war by John L Hickman clerk of the County court und reads follows 4 To 622 acres of first rate land valued at 6212 cents per acre 414 to 625 acres third rate land valuation 16 710 per acre 98 to 11 leveyes each 25 cts 275 to 12 slaves valued at 12 12 cents each 150 to 14 horses val uedat 4 cents each 56 cents A totalI of f998 YOU CAN CURE THAT BACKACHE Pain long the back diniuen headache and general languor Get a package oi Mother Grays AUSTBALJANiEAt the pleasant root and herb erne for all Kidney Bladder and Urinary troubles When yon wlthoagbitores bob rind roots Aa regtbtor iit- bu f no qol Mother Grays AmniUaLEAP to sold by Druggists or sent by malliII for 60 cU ftiapte Mnt FEEE Addres- sTkS1oltftQ r fl7A tl1f L lilt Ii Prospering ii tile East Newark N J March 28 MO Dear Mr Cooper Through the i columns of the dear old HERALD It wish to express my deep sorrow at the death of Mate Rose and MrsI IClaytonCenter and Both words wore IwllrmIiI j the shadow of j I sadness which falls around me ntj I relaIII IIirn still in the oast und am prospering Am now stenographer and bookkeeper for the Newark Rubber Manufacturing Co of this city a very large concern and I feel that my success is assured I have been with them all this year and my salary is being continually increased while my work is very light and hours from 900 u m to 530 pm with one and one half hours noon I have made many eastern friends through the col leges lodges and churches withII which I have been associated am still a Maccabee anti have join ed the Pocahontas order of this city I am therefore better protected I find the eastern people very very sociable and kind Our population is near 400000 and we are well located The salt air is very beneficial to me and although I the winter has been very severe we are now enjoying glorious sun shine above the blue waters I wIllspend Easter in New York City as we are to have the greatest floral decorations the city has ever known Much has been collected for this great day I have just returned from hjme where I spent thre weeks as moth er was very ill While there I made arrangements to invest my past and future salary in real estate of soaattracted me So at lust my home will nut be so fur from old Ken tuckv and when I return south in the fall I nxpect to make you dear vine dull hills und Hazel Green a iHitIj With hest yourself t nd Mrs Cooper and regards to all my friends tf pecially the academy I am cordially yiurr AKTA LAKE DYE Now that spring has fairly opened would it not L e proper for the doyifur the general cleaning up of the town SELI1VI1 i I I This finely bred combined harness and saddle stallion will make the season of 1110 tlat my barn in Daysboro at the low price of 5 TO INSURE LIVING COLT Money due when the mare proves in foal traderi away and a lien on the colt will he retain ed to secure service money SEIIM is a dark chestnut sorrel 10 hand 3 inches high with white stockings on bind feet He is 7 years old this spring He was sired by Pat Washington a celebrated sad die kUlli n ot Foyette county and out of a mare by Golden Chief combined horse I DEMPSEY This fine young jack will make the season at the same barn at 5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on same conditions as those of the horse DsMPSKYisa red sorrel 14 hands 3 in 11tis out of a Black Mammoth jennet and by Sum Browns Red Dempsey Breeders who have seen him pronounce him a wade jackf accilany occur VC SEBASTIAN RIO 8JI OItunitu I I I offer for sale my residence consist log of sevenroom cottage good lot andI garden and outbuildigs Oue of the must desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general re pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being furnished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also machineryWill adeadress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky FARM FUllSALE Farm of 200 acres more or less lying op the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm Alll fenced and cross fenced Some good tn nber and nearly all clear land in grass Large orchard ever lasting fine water 5room dwell lug hot se ball and porches alsoI tenant loose For the next thirty atfa en an aryl 3910 For farther poetics lain adores ELLSWORTH LACY R BNuI Rgrdiu 111 tin f R I MAPEL TR- OYMILLINERS k Spring and Summer line of Goods and Millinery IOur 111 stock We have a beautiful line of Hats rSOUK thing that is pure to please your Those have is- peon sulectfd with groat cafe Our line of Novelties is of the lhest Have pome pretty soleclions in Dream Woods Wash Goods Silks etc etc Wt also have ai pretty hue of ReadyMiido Waists Skirts mid Imierwcar till at reasonnlile prices Call and see us We will take pleasure in showing you throu- ghSPRING MILLINERY OPENING MARCH 23 to 26 AZELGREEN ACADEMY Mountain School of Christian Womans Board of Missions A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which extends throught the Winter and Sprg Term SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 Good Hoard per week 2 00 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you CARTERIe- I a E E jDj J IC CafeLii Lii titiProprietor of Hickeys 1J j No 224 W Short Street ILexingtoni Kentucky GO TO Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING Z STEP INTOCECIL BFt05- t tIt look through our new line of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS Ir We have the newest thinr out In GOODSedI J a toll line of Prints we I IIIWehae will still sell at II per yard I III11WE ALSO HAVE WALL PAPER I I P ef iit Fr vlzroatIon Coughs I day Ask your doctor about thesewI jhrott coughs He will tell I you how deceptive they are I lost rc A tickling in the throat often I had I leans serious trouble ahead flF getter explain your case care fully to your doctor and askat plCherryW publUh our onaoU and W buUh tleh l ererromutmdtrtes ooetori ship ibo makes the best liver pills The J C Ayer Company of LowelL Mus jber have been making Ayers Pilltfor etstlg yens 1I you have the slightw est doubt about using these pills askI fOUl doctor DOls he says always the 4tbythr trCoLowH1Msatrm fHE HERALDhe Sebrou Walters a few day ago told to OMio Nickell n 55yearold 1 filly for 125 1 Miss Carrio Rose luft Monday for Jackson to visit her brother the C B Rose and wife Asa Ewing of Torrent is in charge of Taylor Days racket store Look for ad nAxt week I children crylaFOR FLETCHERSW4ter C ASTORIAJohn M Rose this week bought up a bunch of hogs about 85 and tie some of them extra nice ones at 8J to 10 coats a pound I J land I T Day did not advertise his racket store this week on account IIgo of delay in curtain arrangementsI but will do so in next issnpJtI John M Rose last week improved his dwelling by treating it to new emeroid roof and thtr appear slice of it is quite attractive j to Jim Lacy who has been doin some repair work on L Park Hotell lof1 and other building ut Torrent for cto weeks past came home Satnr j I dayII Luther Murphy of Mt and Charlie Rose of Sterling1tiI Saturday bought up a bunch otlfr I t03k hogs averaging about 12 I I pounds at 8tlI Rev James Madden of Stillwa ter will preach at Rose Chapel of iuLacy creek every second Sunday I f4A t 800 oclock in the afternoon 3 Everybody is invited I Bill Foreman and wife leftTuesTi lay for West Liberty where they will visit with friends of Mr Foreb man and among relatives of hi wife this week and perhaps longer v t Last Thursday afternoon TH HBBALD sanctum had as a social V caller Rev K K Spencer of Le City who took special delight iin V renewing his subscription to th e fOld Reliable I Prof WIlloughby of Indiana IF came in Saturday and will take the place of Miss Hines as teacher t in the academy she being com I 11paJIeds to resign on account of the ii- J loss of her voice t I Fire at Wrigley the terminus of I lithe railroad from Morehead and k about ten miles from West Liber 4 ltyI destroyed a storehouse and dwelling Friday but we have notI f 1 heard the particulars The census enumerators will- i i ii Idsooni to tell them your troubles and hj f answer all questions as the cons j f governfmfb i fBethel Kt March 25 10 I Spencer Cooper Hazel Green y Dear Sir Find enclosed C P f k Co check for f2 which amount I t you will place to my credit on THE 1BALD With best wishes I I = t Reap W H PIEBATT- II I Prof Pogne of West Liberty leached at the Christian church Saturday night and Sunday to Rood fcoogregationa Friday night Rev iLwoder Lacy held services at t BB church and being so old favorite was greeted with- C913jtlAllr s L co He Neel Help I Hiram Blankenship who livea the Swnngo forkof Grnsoy creek had the misfortune Thurs 50 morning last to lose his bHrn wIthall ha contents The loss is total is variously estU35 matedat 1000 to 1400 He four horses two of which he been offered 800 for Mtwoperhaps tho100 each Two milk cows valued and 80u farm wagon with gear him harrows etc about 300 to lost bushels of corn a lot of hay several hundred bushels oftosheaf oats What makes the loss I especially hard on Mr Blanken is the fact that he had been jj8t practically broken up in paying I try medical bills for a sick wife sad just getting out of debt when I fire wiped out all he had accu ulated Several ueighbois have I donated to a fund to help him but I win need assistance from many more to put him on his feet as it were and all who hbI coutrl arege urged to do so They can leave their contributions tit this oflicu or is with any merchant in town and fur same will be handed to him Farewell PocialisA farewell social given by Ir8bl Hal Smith March IT in honor of Misses Ella and Viola Center was at attrnded ThosE present 1 Misses EIlu and Viola Gen Mary and Bessie Mattie Bobannn SmallwoodI I Virginia Day Ora Campbell Myr McPlurf Carri Center Myrtle Cecil Lula Xickell Anna Center Mrs r H Williams and little daughter Vivian Earnest Swan f Scott McClure Jesse KRshte Center Elisha Chambers Estill Fugate John Aruett Ova Bud Charlie Keiser Miss usslated I tug the guests Every one teemed enjoy every moment of rile time gladgan opportunity Smith One Who Was There Stallion Show Day The many breeders of this sec will be glad to learn that all who have stallions for service season will bring their horses here Saturday April 0 1010 as iis custom iu the blue grass Thisn exhibition of the horses will en able prospective breeders to see I the good points of each individual horse They can then compare pedigrees and the individual mprII its of each horse and make up their minds to which they will breed his plan is bound to result in thee for all parties and it is hoped severy mss who owns a stallion within 15 miles of Hazel Greet will lisps his horse here that day- E Dont forget day and date Satur day April 9 eNOTICB P To All Overseers of the Piblio llama ii Wolfe Conlyi I hereby call your attention to your duties in regard to your sec lion of roads as the time of year j has come to have your road pa I in repair I do not want to tak a rule against you but unless you I put your road ia repair by theI April term of the Wolfe County court a rule will be taken against you and a fine will be certainly entered against all who fail to have their section of road in repair at that term of court So you bet ter Rene movo on yourself W B DUFF Judge W C Jolusoatiors Caroline Johnson wife of A F Johnson of Lacy creek whose illness has been reported iin these columns for several we- eKy past died at the residence of hereon Ellis Johnson in Hazel Green Sunday night about 8 oclock with catarrh of the stomach bile was about 66 years old and leaves a large family of children three boy and seven irlfl allot whom and nearly all married are of age I I W her hoeband Prof Roberta j1 prached her funeral Monday at fel 1- 1 reheI hid to reef iio the old home graf I yard on Lacy creek Monday- kTnootJr I J IMPROVE YOUR CUICKEIaI have Rhode Island Reds at whioh oust 1 each Yellow and Brown Leghorns ALD cents each and pure Plymouth for Rocks 50 cents each They are mixed some a setting of 17 eggs cents Apply to MRS LULA his KASH Hazel Green Ky ofTom Lee while breaking a plank- onday had one piece of it him in left eye or the corns of it I knock him down It made sick and he thought he had the sight of it but after he bathed the wound he Was h ppyJa discover that his sight was o k Many business men farmers and dealers bav asked us to again and get up an interest in the Hazel Green stock sales which were once so popular bore andof such general interest to the people Horse show day April 9 will be a good time to ascertain the senti meutof the people Owen Coldiron failed to go to s Slate Creek farm in Mont as was a few weeks ago announced he would Instead he breaking ground trod preparing a crop on Laurel farm The presumption is that th Slate deal off Things look like Owen had out l1uyhowVI Mrs Elmer Jones who has been the bedside of her mother Mis Caroline Johnson who died Sun day night left for her home at Rardin III Wednesday She WitS accompanied by liar brother Ellis Johnson little daughter Vary who will stay with her an indefi ri nite period John Robiiirton who was taken Lexington a week or so ago to have cataracts taken from his eyes returned home without an operation being performed The doctor gave him some drops to strengthen the optic nerve which he claimed was thi cause of the trouble Meantime Mr Robinson is totally blind Remember that Saturday April 9th is horse show day at Hazel Green sire be sure to be on hand especially if you own a stable horsi a 111crowdI 1I probably lead to a revival of the Hazel wreeu stock sales which were formerly so popular Come see ns IogunII Iso Childer of Gillmore who was atij tending the academy and boardu with C F Kaah and wife was yesterday removed to his homeij He had been complaining for sev days and Tuesday his pulse1 was only about 48 so it was thot best to take him home in event h developed a case of fever George Rice fell Tuesday fro the joists of the second floor of his shop to thee joists of the lows- floor striking one of them acroe- his breast near the heart Dr Williams was called to see him Iof and says if the internal injuries j are not serious he will soon recov J er lint that he will be quite eor for several days He thinks how I Never his liver may be affected eCaptJl1ck Rittenhouse left Sunday I to take possession of the farm he bought near Loveland Ohir wild get ready to put out a crop of tobacco His wile left Monday morning and they will be domiciled in their new home ere this paper is printed Jolly John Pieratt meantime is iu charge of RittehI house Ranch and will entertain all visitors to S ango Spring CASTOR I A Per lants and lCMlirea Tto KW fii HIM ANfifS ImPI Bears the Signature of Curti ef Inks To the kind ladies and other I citizens of Hazel Green who were so sympathetic and kind in their I ministrations to my wife daring her protracted illness I desire to return mj iincere thank and es press the hope that obonld t6- I I malfgsritslyA lolllm y t lama aid Jack lllla During the past week THE HER I Job deportment printed cards the following parties Gorolus Cbauey on the Nickell fork of Greasy near Daysboro for fine jack Gray John- J Loring Nikcell one mile west the old Isaac Murphy farm on Grassy the combined stallion Ned ForestW C Sebastian at Dl1y biro combinedsaddle and harness stallion Selim and the fiue young Dempsey- K M Couch on Grassy thoroughbred stallion Hallomas German coach stallion Batalmus and Percheron stallion King George landwillshow in Hazel Green on April 9 Liberal Terms I am representing the largest retail clothiers in the world who are operating 75 stores iu the United States all selling on the original plan of no money down and the easy payment of 1 each weekI completelineSummer seasons which will include au extended and elaborate of colors Call on or write and I will serve you at the earliest date BURNS ELAM Agent Lock box 5 Hazel Green Ky A Letter From Miss McNatt A private letter from Miss Belle McNabb who left hereon Monday the 21st inst stated that she ar vedat Charleston Ill safely and is happily domiciled with a family by the game of Craig the members of which all treat her as one of the family and every way make her fool that it is her home She likes the people of the town generally very much and the Craig F 1Wilsonj of subscribers for THE HERALD O there among former Kentuckians J J und earn Rome pin money in per F Jceutagej A Protracted Meeting By Bre Lacy Rev Leander Lacy began a meet ng at the Christian church here night and heinz asked byr IOur Man About Town how long the meeting would continue he replied that it would dependupon the interest manifested If the congregations present each night far indicate interest the meet ing will be protracted for quite But Mr Lacy is quite a favorite with the people here and it may be that personal magnetism draws them out Anyhow they are bettered by doing so aud the good work should go one jFirej nightmdestroyed property to the vane of lOp000tdestroyssi was the Bach Hotell run by Mrs Wyatt as a boarding house Iao the guests had retired andwhe the alarm was given some of thorn i ieii- lD their night clothes Other prop i arty destroyed embraced the Jew store W W McGoires law j office and three other stores There was t a light insurance on some 6f the buildings but in most casethe loss was total Fire at West Liberty 4 Jabiza Haneya barn at West Liberty was burned Friday andI during the conflagration set fire to the barn of Will Gevedon which I was also burned Mr Haney los a horse and cow and a llot of forage but we did not learn the loss sustained by Mr Gevedon There was another barn consumed by the same fire but we have forgotten the owners name Sell Part ei His Para Dr Taylor Center Monday aol I to Judge George W Wheeler 10 acres of the Red River bottom h Rot of Di G M Center for 450 He had previously sold to EHU Johnson 10 acrea adjoining and lying down the river from the set sold for 600 This is the cheap oyestlaud tbat bill been sold in Ha zal Green aa the bnyera will seall lire doable the money on their porch UL The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has bees illin use for over 30 years bas borne the signature of has been his per supervision since itsinfancy Ino one deceive AU Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIACas- torla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itocontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the j Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep 1 The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend x GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of I The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNC jaatTAwn ftfrrnT TT WIIIIAT eats MnrvoMCtrr THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Capital Stock Paid In in Cash l5000 Profits after paying 3 semiannual dividend 00 Individual Responsibility 15000 00 Total 8121S00 The Following in a IUt of iMorkholilrr who Own and Control Ih P Cecil frmt r Hazel Green P Roar fattar lluzel Green II farmer Lexiv A Rash Ciillmore t1tell Iarmer Hazel Green lien Murphy lit mar Hazel Greco S 1irrntt farmer Hazel Gre u S Klttenhuu mine owner hazel Green M Phillips farmer Hazel iiteu M Cecil farmer Hazel Green W Cecil Ml Sterliui Hoffman insurauce Mt Sterling- W L Hurt lawyer CauiDtoo and made under sonar I Allow to youin this the j and 1200 Klkins farmer furiuer II E Oney lumber mfr Rose Fork Mr Susan A Campbell Hazel Green M S anipbell Hazel Green PaysboroF s Mrs Mary E Smith New Castle T M Lee farmer Hazel Green slRJ T Whaley carpenter Hazel Green Mrs E J Kittenhpase Hazel Green Mrs T M Lee Haiti Green 3 Mi8 Lula M Evans Swords Creek Vo F CECIL PRE8I IE 119H1 I STEP INTO III MISS FALAY LONGS I Millinery Parlors Tfx Iand examine her r NEW SPRING LINE IH t HuH Ladies Hats Ladies Furnishings Notions etc etc r 11- I KASH SAMPLE i IDealers in General Merchandise 1 tAoounce to the citizens of Haz Green and vicinity that they have jut J received magnificent line of r 1 4 LADIES SIjQES GENTSlJ 1Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etca- nd tbat tbeir general line embraces fine DruB Goods Dry Gcwde Notion 11SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc 9bthey invite Inllpecl I oniI d MSIT4 f AND HIDE wkz= J =lj 1 r t I 4jv X cn tIf 1JJJ 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HILLENMEYER d SONS LEXINGTON KY W Buy FURSHides Wool FeadersTRoweeawx Claeg Colda SealYdlow Road MQ Apple cIaJenteataWdLaomaeaadcan do better Ice you than peen or taatamoa mcrcbaou Rdcttace aar Baal ia LommBe Wiila lot wwUr poet Ililt sad dapctat tap M Sabel A- mL Sege MfM IL LNIIrmu- EttlGEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burial when BO requested Public patronage ii respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE KILL THE COUCHLID CURE THE LUNGS kingsNsw ik SF FOR Q cyPRICE eofaeatfneAIM ODgB- IITDBDOT08 DR Qt H WILLIAMS PHTSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY I citlzenlcoun mictlonOlice4rea tt DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky JKrs LOU DAY PIDprieCI- l ASuit1 Ut1aiJU otgkerutJiPHsett Q W a F a Sp 4 l = = =Igor Tula IlsaALn 1 HOW DEAL WITH OPPORTUNITY By L D Nickel Prom One of Western Kentackys Coauierclal Colleges It has come Will yon seize it with all the enthusiasm of youth- I picture before me a mighty as sembly of young men and women fired with the ambition of youth I books in hands upon the very threshold of the school into which they shall presently enter to pre pare themselves for the efficiently discharging of lifes arduous duties The occasion is such as to make us serious and thoughtful What dcps it menu The meaning is nothing less than this That the American youth has in the business school as well as in all the public and private in stitutions of this great land an unexcelled opportunity for person al development It menus that thp opportunity has come for to show what sort of material you have in you it means that you should put yourselfon record before your fellow students and instructors as faithful to the discharge of every day duty anx ious to conform not to the mere letter of the law of your school life1 hut to outer fully into its spirit to the end that you may be come a better citizen and a more efficient factor in the complex commercial life of the twentieth century Do not bo recreant to your trust A great responsibility is yours you are in training for the highest du ties of citizenship May you ex hibit that alertness earnestness I and persistence that shall turn every failure to success and give you the supreme satisfaction of having done your best aud your teacher the joy of knowing that his efforts in your behalf have tut been fruitless The Indian as he passed through the undergrowth and barking the trees that those who passed that way after him should be able to avoid the dangers which he had encountered It is so with the man who has been alone upon the student road He has noted the pitfalls snares and mire and may point them out to the uuwsry studentI mention a few One is the lack of serious application to study If yon would win take hold of things with a bulldog beginhalfheartedness have in yourself and that you can and shall accomplish what you have set out to do The school cannot supply the power you must do that Mediocrity must I not satisfy you Concentrate up on your work and attend to what ever problems you have in hand as if there was nothing else its the world worthy of your attention As some one has said Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad After Effects Our Terms are- Reasonable Every Patient is Our Guest Our Treatmentis No Barred Doors or Windows jllutWrl fr ullepen- Uti r11en IIIJ1It ok LL 4 adlrthofifIlfe In earnest earnest wilt Do what thou doest as If the stake were heaven And it thy last deed ere the judgment day Arrange your work for necessary periods of relaxation Make schedue so many hours for HtudyII so much time for eating and sleeping I and a certain allotment for physical und mental diversion Do not forget the tueds of the body the social und the spiritual natures You must aim to be symmetrically developed body mind and spirit This trinity makes the highest type of citizen or scholar Have system in yr ur work The spelling the next lesson the problem in mathematics that bothered yju todaywork out before you sleep Do trot the day pass with duties neglected or half done Dont make your notes on single pieces of paper and then lose keep a book and note the points of im portance in your recitation and study the notes and digest the sentialsLearn eSII IIotltrythem yours for all time and drop the rest lie careful and on the I lookout in your studies for the prillIIciplt3sI much as is possible Try to see I the relationship of the detail to the whole or confused in a maze of particulars you will euevitably remain lost Avoid the indifferent easeloving companions Let them go their j i way of failure but keep your path upwards and hitch your curt to a star Get into the right sort of social intellectual ford spiritual I environment that you may grow landnot become dwarfed and jI stuntd i Do all the supplementary read ing you can Whenever point comes up pertaining to business I conIditionsforeign possession learn all about it that you can then and there Go to the encyclopedia the his tory of ready reference or the dictionary They will furnish the information Learn ht v to use- hooks so that you will not need to il read everything on the book shelves of the IihmrvIDont be a machine Do things thoughtfully use your brains Nature expects you to develop thorn by use Exercise your judg responsibleyour teacher or the collectively Develop these nice little cOllrt1 jj II esies to your classmates which I will endear you to them The manners of a Chesterfield are as We desire to call your attention to our Sanitarium treatment i thughpbitstuccces livery one must cOle to fur ibViiitaiii m vLeie we aie Plies ifL lot class valuable an asset in business OB aII knowledge of accounts or shortI hand You are the embodiment of the factors of success Do each day ij youII solves und above all try try try and keep on trying get up when yon fall and push on with pluck Be hopeful earnest tactful alert j difficulties will vanish success willcome and the world will bo better because you have lived in it and done your best Bo cnfi i dent 0 what miracles confidence lilts wrought What impossible i deeds it has helped to perform It took Napoleon over the Alps inII midwinter it took I1arragut and Dewey past the cannons torpe I does and mines of the emeny it led Nelson and Grunt to victory It has been the great tonic of the world of thousands of triumphs in war and science which were deemed impossible Never admit of defeat or pover ty though you seem to he down and have not a cent Stoutly assert your right to be a man Hold firmly the conviction that you pos sess the qualities requisite for success The nambypamby nerveless man has little show in the hus tling bustling world of today In the twentieth century a man must push or be pushed out of the way If your college has increased your power to do and not merely polished you up a little you will have no difficulty in winning your way The world wants leaders thinkers doers men of power and action men who can step out from the crowd and lead instead of following One sort of discontent has led to ull the great things from the time of the earliest Hottentots to that of the Lincolns und Gladstones He who has enough cf the divine theImandments will succeed Thou shall not wait for some thing to turn up but pull oil yur coat Continued Page 2 Column 2 How Good News Spreads L am 70 years old and travel must of the tiU1tJ writes B Tolson of Elizabnthtown Ky Everywhere 1 go I recoin mend Electric Bitters because IoWtJ my excellent health and vitality to tbum They effect a cure every time They never fail to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves sod purify the blood They workwonders for weak rundown men and wo I andInealththem Only 50c Satisfaction isI positively guaranteed by all deal ers I NO CURE to handle this dais of ducK and wbeie we a perfect in every within ten days to two weeks for the liquor habit sad for tie 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