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profesJoaal erTfce4 ociU Biof 1 + alts cauat lad eoUclta the patresaga ck f 1 t ii COUNTY NEWS gene1alinte1eyt of our readers especi ally distantfriends BURKHART J S Elam is on the sick list adrI presentMiss j Mary F Bailey is very sick I nt this place J L Burkhart suld to Mose LaI i cy n nice cow fr 26 Born to the wife of Rev Andym Crase recently a girldJerry Stacy of Cane was hereon business a few slays ago W L Bailey sold to Roly Phipps of Insku a milk cow for 35II Robert Huff of Belknap visited SundayiJ S Elam visited relatives at Caney Saturday and Sunday i Jim Rudd of Dale bought of I Jim Prater a pair of mules for 3001J Rev John L Burkhart made a visit among friends at Neula last I SundayKenoy Rudd of Mngnilin coun ty visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday H E Hall and Peter Wages of Noty were visiting friends here Saturday and Sunday Marion Baileys little daughter Maggie has been very sick for theI past week with everrHenry Hammonds and wife of Magotiin county yisitpd relatives here Saturday and Sunday I John L Burkhart willmove this week to Perry county to make his future home He will he miss ed very much in this vicinity April 4 NAT Worse Than Bullets Bullets have often caused less suffering to soldiers than the ectzema L W Harriman Buring ton Me got in the army and suffered with forty years But Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me when all else failed he writes Greatest healer for sores ullI cer boils burns cuts wounds bruises and piles 25c at all deal ersfCANNEL CITY All the sick folks are better at this writingrIt is the April showers that bring the May flowers i There was a large attendance at 1 Sunday school Sunday E E Elam made a business tri to Licking river Monday Mrs Stella Barr and little Orne of Lexington are visiting her mother Mrs Harry YllughnI Willie Burton and wife and At torney B J Elam and wife went on an excnrsiqn to Helechawa last I Sunday They enjoyed themselves ImmenselytI Mesdames Caudill sisters spent Sunday with their niece Mrs Nickell at Caney The Caudill brothers are at Morehead on noel these Robert thinks he will locate thereApril 4 Runt The Demon of the Air ia the germ of la grippe that breathed in brings suffering to thousands Its after effects ar weakness nervousness lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Electric Bit ters the spleudid tonic blood putt rifler and regulator of stomach liver and kidneys Thousands havo j proved that they wonderfully J strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore health and good spirits after an attack of grip f If suffering try them Only 50o Perfect satisfaction guaranteed ball 9 i dealer I CQ810LATIONII Bash DaViaton of Dayboro I wsi at George Oldfields Sunday oiy business t Jim Perkins and wife of Pleas m bt Hill were nests of his father o1aW Ed Cec1 and wife Sunday t Sara H Elam and wife of Ha lzall Green were lUIt of the UI J tera pirApte Qporjle OJ4ftJd alldL t J TO youritemsmorningMnndavifnot be published nules of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on on side ol the paper only hU i wife Sunday and aUmlod the I meeting at the school houtieIMiss Florence Stamper of Mur phy Fork was visiting her cousin DaysboroSunday Missns Minnie and Lilla Old Held and Lucy Gillaspie were vifut ug friends on Gillmore from Fri ay until Monday Rove Johnny Burker the fam nns Stillwater preacher and Doc Stamper of Murphy Fork preached goadI sermons here Sunday A fair sized crowd was out Bro Barker will fill his regular appoiit nient by preaching here again the first Sunday in thus We would like to see + veryht dy crtni and wt1 are sure they will hear a good rer monAprilt GRAY EYE Saved From the Grave- I I had about liII up hpw af ter ntarlv fur yir ill siitfrring from a jrt luiig trouble writf ille1TIlInchest would be almost unbearable and I could not do tllIV work but Kings New Discovery has me feel like a new person Its the best medicine made for the throat and lung Obstinate coughs stubborn colds kitty fever la grippes asthma croup brou chitis and hemorrhages hoarseness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicine i Try it 50c and 100 Trial bottles free Guarauteed byall dealers DAYSBORO Kale Roberts is reported some better at this writing Mrs Ellen Collinsworth visited Mrs Lizzie Spencer Sunday Miss Golden Nickell visited her cou u Stella Nickell Sunday Mort Colinsworth made a business i trip to Cannel City recently Mitt Ellen Spencer visited Ida and trace Collinsworth Sunday Den Collinsworth traded horses with Nathan Gibbs of Gillmore Tuesday Grover Sebastian who had been in the artily for some time has rev turned home Boone Collinsworth purchased StcvPnpRose on Stillwater Tuesday Misses Mary and Viola Tounsel spent a pleasant evening with Mary aud Ruth Collinsworth Sunday Beasie and Nettie Hollon of Ne ola attended church here Sunday and took dinner with their aunt Mrs Coon Alexander Several of the HT A folks at- ended church here Sunday among them being Misses Meade Carrie Ella and Viola Center and Joseph EsUpApril 4 TOODIE Diarrhoea should be cured without loss of time and by a medicine which like Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhasa Remedy not only cures promptly but produces no unpleasant after effects andesafe to take Sold by all dealers 1CILLMORE Richard Hurst of Landsaw at tended church here Sunday J C Lindon of Campton was in this section last week visiting friendsLogan Nickell of Lacy creek was a guest of his mother Satur day evening 1A large andiei ce was assembled here SundfV and heard a flue ser mon by F P Wilson Harry and Charlie CaaAey pate ed through here en route home Saturday They had been over on Stillwater at work Mrs O M Pratt kiss just return ed from Cannel City where she bad been with her daughter Mrs ilht i ApriU DMt i I JEFFErTSONVILLE Socials are the order of the day at this place Miss Georgia Greer was a cuest of her brother Jim Greer Sunday night ihller Anderson and wife of Mt Sterling were calling ou Mis Marie Anderson Friday Budine Shnltz was the guest of his sister Mrs Anna Meiler at Spenser Saturday and Sunday 1 Ellis Sulyer who has been at tending college at Richmond has returned home for a few weeks vacationMisses Ruth Will and Grace Childers took dinner witn Mrs Frank Horton of near Mt Ster liug Friday Glenn and Everett Staffordand Tom Nickell of Camargo attended Sunday school at this place Sun day evening Mrs Marie Anderson who has been very ill with rheumatism for the past week is somewhat better at this writing I A Sunday school was organized at this place Sunday nnliI there was a larg crowd out at thje opeii ine It will be in sessioii every Sunday evfinng ut half past two oclock Everybody t1tt dII There was a social given nt home cf Miss Lena Ramsey Tlitirs dav night in honor of Ruth Wills i of Morgan county who iis Vi4itinglI her grandfather R A ChildHrs this place The following ynugI- nplr I l Httendid Misses Gract I ChilderH Ethel Trimble Ruth Wills Mattie Ethel and Nettie Shultz Robert Charles and Wick Childers Bodine Shultz and Clay and Pendletim Tri mbt j April 4 BiCEEvsp RIHB STATK OF OHIO CITY OK TCLFD 1 cy LICAS COITSTY i Frank J Cheney males oath tl ut he iis senior pnrtner of the firm of F1I henryt Co doing buMness in the City o Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE 111 MlKED DOLLAKS for each and every ce of CH tarrh that can not be cured by tht uf Halls Catarrh Cure FltANK CHENEY Sworn to before me and xubceril ed1 in DIY presence this Mi day ol clIIbr188Ii A W OLE SON SEAL Notary Iublic Halls Catarrh Cure is taken iit ternally and art directly ou the lilooil anil mucous snrMCfh of the NTNtent Send for t stimoni aN free Ft Oil KNEY Jt Co T ledo O Sold by nil Drujjifists 7m Take Hairs Family Pills for con tipation p LACY CREEK As we havent seen anynews from our Lacy creek corr epond ent for some time an old vriter will again make his appearance Allmust go out ants hear Brol Madden preach at Rose chapel I Sunday afternoon April 10 Misses Mary and Maude Miller of Stillwater were pleasant guests of Miss Rosa Trimble Thursday Sam Kash wife and twochildren Ely Kash aud Miss Nancy Sample visited C S Sample and family SundayAbel Hampton who for the last few years has been living on Still water has moved to J T Days farm recently yacate3 by Ira Day Mrs Harlan South and two sons1 Seldon and La Yern of near Jack son returned home Thursday af ter a few days chit to her mother Mrs IattiePerkinsI Porter Lacyand family who have been living at Hazel1 Green moved back to heir farm aud we give them a most heartv welcome as they have been misled very much Bro M V Roberts preached a good eeruioa to a large crowd here Sunday and he will preach here rgulaily every first and third Sunday Everybody should out aud hear him A Mr Walters requests that we announce that he will be at the Johnson schoolhouse next Satur day night April the 9th for the ij purpose of organizing a singing srhool so allare cordially inI vita to come aud be with us j April 4 BETSY ANN i Your tongue is coated Your breath is foul I Headaches come and go These symptoms show that your stomach is the trouble To remove I the cause is the first thing end Chamberlains Stomach and Liver I Tablets will do that Easy to take aliideMllra1 fLt j n I ILANDSWft of Hazel Green w re on this side Sunday I John ChilderH cf Bloody Creek lastilveekI fi IHMCllrl Slinckelford was here to I hisIj jj A C Kash ami wifp stayed over hIII11hri j I j Uri ni Swaiifi iollclllItI at the j Hllz + l Jrertii Aiu my visited his parents Saturday ami Sunday lecoInizellnLWj understand ntiticr it bond of J 1000 for peace R l Ruse had a very fine mare to drop him n csilt last week rut he lost both mire Iud cult They were worth 200 Mat C nibs eaten v r from the Hazell Gr en A 111 Sntnniav foII 1011linI 1 boughtI1 l i adds much t hDuty inside of i htr alresiilyI amitnl home Bm tu Uie wjfrj of Andrew WilliHind on the 4th just twin girls Mrs Lizzi Miller official i ling Andrew is stiping highII Monday being County ICHUiptJii Curt Halsoy Hon J M11 Tester N IL Combs Irvin Car son H L11hi= man and several others ultiiidci Floyd Murphy who has hmlii very bad hand for some time dont believe much in iidleness for while I he couldnt work he has been putting in time fishing i i W L Kaf h and wife net Ollie Swungo of Jackson visited AC j rhursIdayj meantime took in the meeting at Old Baptist church Sunday i There was preaching at Murphy i and Buchanan schooll house and i HIChamberstle and Ro eit Murphy1 doing the preachingTrading since last writing EII T Ksh of Kish Bros two HIChambersTaulbee of Nan Tibbs one Ctw1I 3250 Robert Hollon of Rich Terrillone hors T 1j D H I j Kash of A R Hatton one heifer 125 j April 1 ANON II The Call of the Blood for purification finds voice in pim- plEs boils sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the skinallsigns of liver troubles But Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion h iltli Try them 25c at all dealers LEXIE I Bro Roberts took dinner with Uncle George Byrd Sunday I Joseph P Rose sold to Clabe James a work horse for 125 I Miss Gracie Sexton of H G A visited homefolka over Sunday Uiicle John Childers of Holly was visiting Hoy Chil ers recently Noah Anderson of Gillmore was visiting Hoy Childers Saturday and Sunday Aunt Nan Taulbee who is living badihealthI Dr A C Nickell and wife of Hazel Green were guests of Mrs Mary Brooks and family Joseph P Rose is this week pre paring to tile his bottom land where he thinks it is needed Miss Matlee Nickell and brother I Robert of Grassy spent Saturday and Sunday with Gracie Sexton ofIStiLwater Sundayjyearlingjmulej priceThere will be singing at the Frank Johuson schoolhouse Sat nrdsy night April 9 Everybody attend Mrs Emma Lacy of The Cala bo se was visiting friends and SatnrdyrInd I 7 b oJ Quite a crowd went Ashing Saturday night Curtis Byrd says hs caught all he ate but not all he could have ate Mies Lula Rose daughter of Ji P Rose of near Hazel Green is visiting her sister Mrs Caesar Lindon at Campion Wo are glad to say that Mrs veryibetter nt this writing Frank Coldiron move d Snday to Curtis Roses where South will he close home he being the head sawyer at Snowdenville Mrs W S Trimble has been with her father Uncle Jordan Will who is in a critical condi putfewMrs Harlan South and children of Frozen creek who have been visiting her mother Mrs Mattie IerKiiiM tt this place left for home recently Dorsie Cooper Rose ijC hauling tiling where it will be laid iii the bottom Mr Rose bought of Jeff Rose since he bought the farm where IJH now Iivl April 1 BEUTIE Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets assist nature in driving systeminsuringdi ion and restoring the organs strengthSold MAYTOWN Fine weather and no rain Willie Bryant made a trip to West Liberty- J C Bryant bought a fine fonr vearold mule Monday goingtowards Mrs J C Bryant was calling on Mr SpturdayMrs W E Murphy were in Maytown shop ping FridayIMiss Lizzie Murphy who has been visiting near Korea returned home SuidayIW J Dennis and Sam Porter were at Ezel Frid4y purchasing some fine bridles Quito a crowd of rjoys went fish ing Friday and returned Sunday with a nice lot of fish A large crowd went to Miss Sarah Rices Sunday evening to have their fortunes told J D Wells and fa nily were visiting his wifes parents near Wel lington from Fridayuntil Sunday Mr and Mrs D Ij Bryant and sons Willard and Raymond and Mr and Mrs W M Bryant and daughter Unes war visiting at J C Bryants Sunday April 4 BLUE BIRD especiallythoseshould be provided Jat all times with a I ottle ofI Chamberlains Liniment There is no telling when it may be wanted in case of an ac cideut or emergency It is most excellent tu all cases of rheuma SoldbyNEOLA James Dykes and wife visitedat Insko Saturday Born to the wife of F P Wil son Friday April 1 a girl byMaggioAsa Byrd called on his father inlaw F P Wilson Saturday Mrs Nannie May was a guest of her parents Abner Dykes and wife WednesdayMesdames Louellen Gose and F M Long of Salem visited Mrs Anna Wilson Saturday Noise Rose and Alice Strickland were married at the residence of 1rotheriuIawiatbanHulloll grandfather James Rose tied the knot May all their troubles belittle ones is the wish of the writer April 4 CURLY LOCKS Prompt relief in all case of throat and lung trouble if you ReedyPleasanthealing in effect Sold balldealers The Philadelphia North Ale cf cap writes the history of Uncle Joe Cannon in three words IfImr po edj epo edi dewed r f u4 11 Ar + r t r I w 7q M R51IiiIirJ 1 THE HERALD Kiiterri1ntth lintel ttrrni POd1 rfir ulHeraxeconilctaKKmnttrr SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY April 7 1910 OBITUARIES TRIBUTES of RESPECT and c Cards of Thanks roust be paid for in advance to insure pub lication WOLFE COUNTYJJOURT DIRECTORY WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID It RKPWIXE Judge Tm C JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty J r LINDONClerk- Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May tliiril Monday in Septf in tier WOLFE COUNTY COURT W B DUFF Judge- S 0 SAMPLE County Attorney JioBFirr I CAKKOLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District iso 1 Robert Hose nird Friday iu March June fteptemner and Deeem ber District Xo 2 Hobert Urooks fourth Friday in February May August and November District No 3J M Keyuolds second fri day in February May August and No vember District No ojDavi1 Spencer first Friday in March May August and November District No 5 Preston Hollnn second Friday in March June September and De cember- Diitrict No6I W Combs third Friday in February May Ausmt and November District No 7 Shiloh Swanco fourth Fri day in March June September and December District No 8John B Childers first Fri day in February May August and No vember COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE W GALLEY Sberifl J T CENTER Assesso- rJ CB LITTLEJailerSuperintendentK1 FRANK SAMPLK Coroner STATE GUARD POET LAUREATE Governor Willson today appointed W J Lamptjii of Winchester a poet and writer for the New York World a member of his executive staff with the rank of Colonel Lampton will become the poet laureate of the State Guard The above paragraph appeared in a dispatch from Frankfort to the Cincinnati Enquirer of Thursday and we hasten to congratulate 3Ir Lampton upon his promotion We long ago gave him the title of Colonel and in sending him THE HERALD each week have prefaced leis name with the title created by us Now however that Governor Willson has given him a place upon his staff with the title of Colonel we feel that his title is by no means an empty honor and as poet laureate of the Kentucky State Guard Col lampton will sing peans of praise to the patriot ism of Kentuckys proud sons un til his name will be a household word in every loyal family in the proud old Commonwealth the dark and bloody ground Long since the editor of this paper was cognizant of the fact that Col Lampton was entitled to something better than plain Mister His manly defence ot vItue in both his poetry and prose entitles him to high honors as a chivalric gallant and reminds ono of the days When Knighthood was in flower Were this in the same era he would go forth as an Ivan hoe and unsheathe his sword in defense of maiden andmatron The honor conferred upon him was indeed worthily bestowed and he will grace a colonels uniform as becomingly as a diadem does the brow of the tairest damsel Hurrah for Col Lampton and as aid to Governor Willson may he win a laurel wreath that will be the pride of every true Kentuckian be he the choicest of her chivalric eons or thejjicat modest maid of the ountatijT Bill Lampton is des ruing cfa share of all the goo things going and not one amon his army of admirers is mote ready to do him honor or homage than is his hum- eJ 8er ntwho pens these line gpegkiag of lines may Col Lamp I jpni em fall in plcaaa t pistil H r JF Rr J Bud his pathway be strewn with rateat roses Our congratulations also go out to Governor Willson for the acumen he displayed in choosing so admirable an aid i i A laurel wreath he justly wears i The bt within the land Won by his gifted mind so brightI And pen xt his command Heres three good hearty clieeis fn r him Andup to lifes last day Well prize this man amongst the men I honor love and praise I IWith W J Lampton Has Been Promoted I A telegram from Frankfort states that our newly found friend i I andIl III magazine writer of Now York ha9- i I ibeen commissioned as a full fledge led Kentucky Colonel having thus j attained to the most highly cher ished ambition of his life and ill is now presumed that Colonel1 II Lampton is ready to say j j Now lettes thou thy servant depart etcetra I IIt j is said to have come about iin way Mr Lampton now j Colonel1 ltimptoii being uoubl- to I I further conceal his aspirations wrote to a friend in Frankfort telling him of his cherished ambi I Lion whereupon the said friendIiI let the information leak and inI some way uovernor Willson cough it and knowing that there might he a thousand or two regiments off Kentucky troops over in New York that would be entirely useless inI case ofan emergency call for lackof a commander he hastene- to forward a commission to Mr Lampton again we should say Colonel who will at once provedI to equip himself with sword uni form camp chest folding knife and fork and other paraphernalia I and equipments becoming a soldier of his rank Heres to you Colonel Lampton and may every drop of that reared ii Kentucky blood that you may spill on the field be given credit in the enrichment of the annals of the great commonwealth which gave birth to yourself and your ancestorsAnent the above announcement t of Mr Lamptous promotion the Louisville Times ground out the following With buttons bandolier and braid Lampton iis now a Colonel made Wi1I IOn soon in matchless verses May solace find from jeers and curses Catlettsburg Tribun j Academy Notes Quite a crowd of our boys at tended church at Daysboro Sunday Misses Falay and Sue Long took dinner with Miss Miller at the dormitory Sunday The Hazel Green base ball team will play Campton next Monday en the latters grounds Rollin Tombs accompanied by his cousin Mat Combs visited the formers parents over Sunday Prof Willoughby vf Indiana has come to teach in our school His wife is also coming to teach We are glad to say that Miss Hines has recovered her voice an will stay and teach in the academy Misses Rhilda Wilson and Mat Davs1boraSundaYj Miss Hines gave a social to those1 that eat at her table Saturday night Ail had an enjoyable time Quite an interesting ball gamet came off between the hill and town boys The score was five to four in favor of the town boys The Hazel Green base ball team has been selected and the pros pects look better than ever before With Long and Williams as pitchers and Nickell and Lacy as catch ers we expect to win several gamesL Daytheacademyhadthe school building was turned top ayturvy the biscuits hadcotton in them the cream pitchers hadi water in them and everything else was fixed up in proportion NICK A Modern Version piemanGoing Said piemanLetSaid the pieman to Simple Simon Young man my ancestors werej I the hardy spirits who first blazed the tiail through the pathless forest and founded the pioneer settle ment in the region which is now Missouri I myself hail from that glorious Commonwealth and be fore I can be induced to part with pastryshown your penny Said piemanIndeed The modern hero is one part valor and DJie jArtJrjptcf ink I tl KENTUCKY kERNELS31I I Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled tiHenry Drunker aged about 80 yearn i I a prominent Nicholas county farmerI fell dtwn the stone steps lit his reidtnceI and broke his neck An Adair county fanner has two freer k lamb + neither of which has an unfit r jaw and one of them has i o tongue The lambs are thriving Many of the farmers in the tobacco raising districts arc watering their to bocce bed on account of the continued drouth They say tobacco plants are nut doingwell j While playing policeman a fourteen yrar old Newport boy was running back wardand struck a tree with such force i render him unconscious His con iidition iis serious A ferocious bulldog attacked a horse IIill Maysvilleand genuine equine canine ensued The horse was fearfully hiscerated acd is iin a serious condition The dog was killed Wilson Heath agOtar died s theeellectM of injuries receive by being struck in the stomach by a piece of tim her he was guiding through a saw i Natural gay was found at a depth of 100 fret on the farm of Joe 1L Bailey alwtit eleven miles from Georgetown in tfcott county Temporary pipes have been laid and he iis using it fur light and fu l lAbout a eniplnydthe American Tobacco Co in Luuixville sllnitaryII closing down of their three factories iin that city Garrett Woods aged 05 years a Gar cud county farmer was attacked by a vicious steer Sunday morning and gore I to death before help could reach him His two little uirls were with him andI raisedI the alarmI Because his mother who is an imna 1tlf time Eastern Kentucky Insane asylum failed to recognize her son wlo had conic from High Brides to visit her lost his mind and iis now an inmate of II the some institution The grand jury of LIt county whic adjourned Saturday evening returned 100 indictments ten of which lire against the L N railroad company for ship ping liquor into local option territory and righti for the illegal sale of liquor John Powell and Cornelius Hickman negroes in the Georgetown jail trapped Jailer Lusby Sunday night and escapid from jail Hickman was soon recap tured but Powell who was under eight years sentence for car breaking made his escape Disagreement of the jury in Green up Circuit court bas resulted from the trial of Mrs Sarah H Higgins who was charged with having hired Fred Fergu son to assassinate William Culbertson C O railroad agent at South Portk mouth last July Alien county was last week visited by find18 in its history Huudredsof men foug the fire until they fell from exhaustion and many thousunds of dollars worth of timber fences and outbuildings were de stroyed Luckily no lives were lust Persons traveling on railroads in Ken tucky desiring to take a nip out or a bottle had better be careful The gov ernor has signed the bill making it a fine of from 10 to 20 for each ofleutLts and confers upon conductors power tismake arrests and turn the offender to the authorities at the first stop The coroner of Laurel county is investigating a strange tragedy at Lily where the Ix dies of John W Egnei and hill nineyearold son of Corbin were found under the L N railroad bridge Eg ner it is alleged was hunting for hid wife who had recently deserted him The authorities suspect that the fath pushed the son off the bridge and then committedsuicide as their bodies were not badly disfigured Louisville dispatches of March 31 by the Associated Press say The fact o the recent withdrawal of the reward of fered by the state for the arrest and1 conviction of the kidnapers of AlmaI Kelner who disappeared from LoUIS- ville several months ago is coupled iin police circles here with that of the ab scnce from this city since Saturday of Frank Febr uncle of the child to give color to the rumor that details of Almas restoration are now being arrangetlcc The Hazel Green Cemetery As sociatton meets this afternoon at l the home ot Mrs M 0 Carter The ladies are indefatigable iin their efforts to improve cur city of the dead and every week finds them doing something to beautify the grounds This week they bad Bohanan11doh iiIiIii- I is Doing Nicely I VAHTt 1XXDISTKIAI SCHOO- LThomusville Gt I March 19 1910 Dear Mr Cooper I never in I tended to welt so long to send my PIl6SjitWI are having fine weather nowI iI but the winter was unusually cold for South Georgia iij Our schoolworkI too iin going on ulcolmud we Piijuy the work very much 11 1m v e offer thot of writing you fullv of our work here out can never find time it seems to do itI would so much Iik to see all my Hazel Green friends as well as those of Morgan county and others scattered over City1 Old Kentucky Home Rhinonsber mo kindly to Mrs Cooper Very respectfully MRS MATTIK O Bisnor The Cause of Many ItThere is a Sudden disease Deathslcountry most dangerous tive Manysudden deaths are caused by itheart dis ease pneumonia heart failure or lthlI j jkil1ncj allowed toadvance- thekidneypoison cd blood wilt attack the vital organs causing catarrh of II j the bladder brickdust or sediment in fthe urine head ache back ache lame j back dizziness sleeplessness nervous breakdownBladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and ohtainetliquickest tllhoidI I and overcomes that unpleasant necessity I throughdup many during the night The mild and immediate effect remedyiscause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneieI I sold ball druggists in fiftycent and allfieonedollar size bottles You may have a I Dr Kilmer S Co Binghamton N sII enIeroustiameIIwampRoot and dont let a dealer sell i you something in place of Swamp Root if you do you will be disappointedI Ij 3ELINIJW This finely bred ciiiiiliineil harness antI I saddle stallion will make the tlca OIl uf 1110 at my barn in Duysburo at the low price oft TO ISSUKE LIVING COLT Money due when the ware prows in foal or bred to another horse or jack or trailed away and a lien on the colt will he retain tueneybti sorrel Hi lauds hintlfeeti saildiea mare by Gulden Thief combined horse DEMPSEY This fine young jock will make the sea son at the some barn at 5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on horseIin chra high 4 pears old August comilla Ill hyri jI jackAlldents but I will not be responsible should i say occur W rSKHASTIAX I I Rare DDortunitgl e consistrseven room cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigt Ono of the must desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and generalre pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur Wished with a complete outfit of tools fand stuck of materials and supplies also quippedwith power and machinery Will sell all together or separately For iidreli ii K- yDR a C H WILLIAMS I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY IIzeusII coun afflictionOffice i neon i hank DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky iiJ Mrs tor DAY ProprietorII Beet table fare in Eastern Kentucky A large maple room connected Heated tadlighted by gu tbrpnghont sad speeiu rOOCHFPd14N ttl tranJJJS f J t t ir IIIW t I III I IMAPEL TROY I IIVJILLINERSil Our Splint and Summer linn If Goods and Millinery is now in stock We have a beautiful line of Hats tSOIIH thing that is sure to please you TheseI haw helm selected with great Call nnllIi g WI also have a pretty line of Ready Made Waists Skirts and Inderwenr all at reasonable prices Call and MO us We will take pleasure in showing you throu- ghSPRINGI MILLINERY OPENING I MARCH 23 to 2- 6IIAZELGREENACADEMY tL Mountain School of Christian Womans Board of Missions t A Special TEACHERS 1RA1YM U l 15 L is offered which extend tiiroiiglit time Vinttr aid Spin g1t1 CHOOL KA LNMi Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 Good Board per week2 CO Furnished Room Light und Fuel Free to you For further particulars address M O CARTER u o rb V tVr VdnWL YrrVb W WWA11 jJ t or IC EYiiii Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe s JE No 224 W Short Street f lj Lexington Kentucky J p V V y rITVVT rrri= v W 4v1h vri4vyjQ4W W = = 6 TO Kash JohnsonKashDEALER IX General MerchandiseOO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING f r 0 PI = t oo STEP INTO == E sEIjj SPRING and SUMMER GOQDS t4 1 1Wehare the newest thine out in LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS f tW We have a full line of Prints we will still sell at I J 5 Cents per yardtJf Anything you are ini need of it I I toI Ij WE ALSO HAVE WALL PlrR s reLJ a L Jt o yacrr ry 1CTIII t I onalcoholicarsaparilla S Y thou think you need a tonic your doctor If you think i you need something for yourII f blood ask your doctor If youI think you would like to tryI Ayers nonalcoholic Sarsapa I ills ask your doctor Consult him often Keep in close touch with him W publUb our formulas We binlh alcohol A f from our medicloM We urlfe you to qers ooumlt doctorrourII Ask your doctor to name some of the results of constipation His long list will begin with sick headache biliousness i drtpepsii thin blood bad skin Then ask him if he would recommend your using Ayers Pill- sfadsby J th J C Ayer Co Lowell s- rr7i I THE HERAL I I Day Ileft Monday for Jack ISOD and other points C F Doc hush has been nnII the sick list this week j j Mis aiyrtio Cell iis visiting relatives I i and friends at Woat Liberty i KoseMiss Cartie returned Sat- urday1 from u iweeks visit at Jack j I IOnII Frank Sample Rose a pair of short yearling mules Saturday fr 150 L Miss Sue Ling of Unnnol CltrII ipent Sundcy with her sisters FaII lay Long and Mrs Robert Cecil j I rr Burkhart in Morgan county ijii has a new oostmaster K H Rissi i ner having ten appointed to the placeI I Mrs Ewiug wife of Asa Ewing I the clerk at the racket store wiil arrive hero the first or middle ofIj I next week j Mrs Q C Daniel and daughter i II- rMiss Roxie returned Saturday i1 from a weeks visit at Mor head jII end Lexiugtpn Il George Rice who tell while workei i ing on his new shop was able ti btjIi I up town Moi day but has suffered i i I with Iu grippe i Bill Foreman and wife who I were visiting relatives and friends IIJ J at West Liberty last week return ed home Sunday Sam Spencer the oil driller andI rf his wife returned Saturday from a weeks visit to relatives aud triends I at West Liberty Roe Nickell has just had his residence beautified by a coat of newt paint pnt on by that artistic house painter Sam Wilson Mrs Millard Ritchie of lnyI town visited her sou Prof Lenox Swango and wife Saturday re turning Sunday morning Jim Wilson passed through hero V Mondaywith a bunch of 30 stock hogs and told Our plan About Town he had about 80 for market Governor Willson having desig nated April S tomorrow as Ar bor day let all who can do so f plant a tree and help beautify their gronude 5 J G Crabbe having resigned his position as state superintendent Governor Willson has appointed Ellsworth Regenstein of Newport to fill the vacancy E L Smith rode the goat in Mizpah Lodge No 507 F AlI at this place Saturday night and is now a full feathered member of the Masonic fraternity Sam Wilson has just finished I psiutiug the homes of Dick Long i and Roe Nickell and they are the handsomest cottages in town Sam I jC is ready for another job yWe would very much appreciate I ti it if some one would bring a few jt officejs want to try an experiment v Harwood Kane March 28 I spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Find enclosed DOc for THE HER obligeIa 2Y u tr- Y r IWolfe County Medical Society The Wolfe county medicHl so ciety mot Saturday April 2atthe Dny House in hazel Green and was culled to order by the president Dr A C Nickell The Crttllry being absent Dr C Hood Williamsi was chosen secretary pro tern Other members present were Ors W P Wise and Jr H Dunn of Lee City and Dr Taylor Canter of Ilaxol G reullIDr Dunn ulun padperfreoly discussed hy the members present when the subject turned to pneumonia andwas picked for all there was in it some very line I points being brought out The next meeting will be held in Leo City the tint Saturday in May when papers will be read hyi Dr Carroll on dysentery DrTav i i I infantum1Drfever Dr Wise no summer diari That lt The meeting then adjourned C Hoon WIUIASIS Sc pro torn winejrs who lesir to raise higs that arr easily and cheaply grown should read the advertisement of Pattons lod1j DurocIIlerseyI attend the hono how hw Sntnri day the nth inst should avail oflI tho occasion to see tibiaI animal It will well pay any farmer toII breed this class of hogs us it takes j lose to keep then less to fatten them and they aro alto almost immune from diseases prevalent in the swine broad See this flue specimen Saturday and make upj your multi to take your sows to him1i Equally SuccessfnlII Dr W IP Wiof Le City ntji tondcd tho district meeting of tho physicians at tthis place Saturday land apked ill regard1 to the mullI pox ut that place hl1 stated that all the patients wen cured and had been discharged When ask i ed if he had any ot the patients in charge he replied Yes doctor d the wife of John Dennis one or the Saints hut he refused to take medicine Thus the Lord had one in charge mid I the other and the t I Lord was about as successful with His case as I was with mine i Ely Kash who way employed as j cashier of a batik at Gt Idenrod I small town in Texas resigned I his position a few weeks ago I and is tow visiting his brother Postmaster Sum Meantime he is anticipating and awaiting a job as cashier of a bank in North Carolina We are not authorized as a bonded company but we will go bond to any bank that employs him that we will cover the loss Loveland Ohio April 110 Capt CooperDear Sir Will you kindly change my paper to Loveland Ohio R R No 8 I am at Sclinlers I get possession of the place that I bought tomorrow This is the greatest country in the United States for the price Dont all conic at once Yours truly I J S RJTTEXHOCSK 11for11 Everett Back the gentlemanly conductor on the Ohio and Ken tucky passenger train was here Friday to see his little daughter Hallie Dayand incidentally to secure excursionists to Niagara Falls some time in the early fall He visited Campton to see how many would go from there and upon his return hero ho took his little daughter home with himI Jordan Wills whose illness has several times been mentioned in our paper is now very emaciated and frail and his age which is close to four score militates against his mending materially He enjoys the company of his friends who call to eewJum and as he is confined ohiBbe rtheir visits solace him Roger Bryan + f Bryan Good will Hunt and W J Davis of D nville representing tho Gravely Ttobacco Co were here Tuesday in be iotereit of their respective J1rm 1 j itJlt i IN MEMORY OF MAWIFIKKKOSR daughter of Joseph 1 and Nannie Rose who entered the pearly Kate March lit 1010 aged 10 years and 8 1II01lIhIMattie Ie Rnr U mountain pride A s I ul we loved sn well liar ItIt this weary world ot ours To where the impels dwell Shes with her sister Slow in Heaven Wlin met heron the shore bud wnfted her to a liiirer land Which shines furenrOlureII tadasI she For her twas opened wileISwat wmss were sung by those within For this dear mountain pride dud thou IhllUlls drought a robe So spotless pure and white And ill a moment slat liecume A form of heavenlx I litht How gruel to think that leaven was made For such ax her alone A place where all the g tllnll dwell Where sulleriag iis unknown Wrep not dear parents at this ihange Which God to her path given Although she was so pure on earth SlieV purer now ill heaven hazel Green Ky SAM WltSOS Jethro Davis who has been clerking for J T Day at different places for two years past and who was in charge of the racket store hw resigned his position last week and was succeeded by Asa Ewingof Torrent A communication from Whitt signed Ulack Eyes Ittl bearing net other murk identification has been consigned to our waste basset withoutI further cOllsierutilln Our inviolable rule is Sign your nam for identification IMPKOVE Youi CIUCKKNS I have Rhode Island Reds at which costl each Yellow hilt Hron L ciiorns I 110cetils each and pure Plymouth Mucks r 0 rents iHi They are mixed i nit a Sett lug of 17 tggs 35 centH Apply to Mis IeJIIKASIT lime Green Iy I I Sebron Walters on Monday last traded a threeyearold trifle to a Mr Vancleave at Campton for a sixyearold brown gelding and j bought of Mrs Jessie Ann Starn1 threeIenrold The Kentucky Arbor and Uird DtlY for liMO book is a neatly gotten up afTair und contains much I interesting matter relative to the occasion It is compiled by JenjJ nie GrrtV Crabbe and issued under the auspices of J G Crabbe state I superintendent to whom wo are indebted for a copy Tho news conies to us that Mrs Elizabeth Cox relict of James Cox died at Carl Junction Mo March I SJ5 1010 aged 81 The decedent I was a sisterinlaw of Mrs Lou Day of our town and Mrs Ellen Pieratt of Madison county She was a sister of the mother of our fellow county man Hon Joe P Ruse Cashier Patton made a lying trip to Frankfort Monday returning Wednesday and brought with him Johnny Patton the sou of his brother who died about threw weeks ago The decedent request ed his brother our Mr Patton to take his boy and raise him and this is in accordance with his Iwishs CASTORIA IFatInfants and Children The Kind You Hare Always BlIP Bears the- 6lgaatnool S P wCx Jfj fc iI Liberal Terms- I am representing the largest ratttil clothiers in the world who fire operating 75 stores in the United States all selling on the origiml plan of no money down and the easy payment of 1 each weekI just received a complete line ofSamples for the Spring and Summer seasons which will in clude an extended and elaborate variety of colors Call on or write and I will serve you at the earliest date BUKXS ELAM Agent Lock box 5 Hazel Green Ky SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Allen Foot Ease the aiitUtptic powder- It cures painful smarting n nous feet and instantly takes the sting out of corns and i bunions its the greatest comfort discov err of the age Allens fuotEue mates tight or new shoes feel easy It is a cerUin I IlrJsehlngd hhoes Try it today Bold ererywhe e Bf mall for 25c In stamps Dont aeetpt- any substitute For FREE trial packaK- egddrtasAllen t OimitedjIs Rol Ni i j BLLAIIS j Mrs P P Asbury called on Mrs Monta Gose Wednesday Ada Byrdcalled on Misses Addict and Amanda Cox Friday Ora and Oka Xickell called on Mrs C A Xickell Thursday Steve Byrd called on his father in law Ollie XickeJl Sunday Miss Ada Byrd called nn her sis ter Mrs Mattie Xickell Thursday Mrs Jennie Xickfili called on hrsister Mrs Minnie lipton Friday eveningIIi through here en route to Campton SundayMrs Mattie Xickell and Gulch Tipton mado a trip to Heiechawa ThursdayMort terling is seen going in everySaturdayWiley Wilson vho was not exi i imprnyingOllie Xickell and wife and Golda i HlltJrday1 I father near South Liberty Satur I day aud SuuduyIi Mrs Jane Byrd was visiting her daughter MrsI Mattie Xickell Sa1 day and SundRy Mis Ellen Collins 6f Daysbor was visiting her daughter Mrr Mollie Wilson r celltljII Robert Roberts rnd nerthew F Buil y of Cannell City tt ok dinj ner at E Skeins Sundayii j I 1 IIIeCI1Beatric1City Tuesday on Imsine sII Mrs Lizzie Xickeil mdI on tar were culling on Mrs1 Ollie Xickell and family Sundn Miss Julia Skeins who Iwas betas j at Hazell Greets fur Nome time was visiting home folks Sunday Missf Mollie Wilson alit brother Boone visited their uncle Morris Wilson Saturday anti unduIMis Ida Literal f Cannel City has been visiting her sister MrsI Bessie Conley for the past week Shouse Amyx who has been via iting friends and relzitivshr for ij the past three mouths started for his home in Kansas Saturday Clay Lyons who has been working with Fyrd Conley in the l liswoods at this place started for his horse near Paintsville Thursday Misses Minnie and Clemina Old field and Rosa Phipps spent an en j joyable evening with Emma Byrd who is visiting iier sister Mattie j Xickell i April 1 1 PANSY Preparing for crops seems to bog the order of the dad W W Phipps went to Cannel City Friday on business Marion Walters passed through j here en route for Cannel CItyIS P Wilson made a business trip to West Liberty recently Boone Collinsworth called on Miss Xettb Phippfc ast Saturday I night i Charles C Gose and wife spent the eveninu at W W Phipps last Sunday VisitIingSunday Mrs Collins yorth of Daysboro is visiting her daughter Mollie j Wilson j Mrs Elizabeth Blaukonship of Demand is visiting W W Phippsi aud wife Boone Colliusworth sad Thomas Richardson left Monday for Gill more to work in timber l Misses Queen and Nora Xickell spent a very pleasant evening with I Nettie Phipps Wednesday I Rev W C Xickell of Panama preached a fine sermon to a large crowd at Bethel chapel Sunday Misses Minnie and Clemma Old fieldof Middlesboro were guests of Mrs Ollie Nickell Saturday Seldon Collinsworth of Days boro visited his sister Mollie i Wil on Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Rennie Osborne and little son Clarence were visiting Mrs Cinda Perkins Sunday Hiram BlankenshIp of Consola tion was visiting Mrs Ehzebuth Blankenship at W W Phipps SundayMrs Lou Gose and Mrs Long of Demund were visitingi- Mrs F P Wilson at Xeola last SundayIMr and Mrs Henry Fletcher of Daysboro visited Rev J C Per kins and family Saturday night and Sunday Thomas Richardson left early Sunday morning for Wrigley The attraction must have been Miss Lena Swift April 4 BWAH K LiaQYa t lIt n 17 8 i r CAORIAFor The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA roe enraua CCWMNT Nyroeia CITY TTT 111 itIIIIWATCH THIS SPACE III 111 111nrwill tell you all about it 111 016 UI P91Next Week Ilt- IiiI I ill ttI ISTEP INTO t1 IIMISS FALAY LONGS Iq Ii Millinery ParlorsI I and examine her i NEW SPRING LINE vv 11p0 o OF 0 a Ladies Hats Ladies h Furnishingsit Notions etc I KASH SAMPLE IwI Dealers in General Merchandise to the citizfns of HazelJ Gir fn and vicinity that they have just received ra gnifictnt line of IIAnnunce LADIESGENTSFine and hat their genera lire IlL bracH fine Dress Gtcd3lhyjoud Notioi SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspection f f 2 ii fIc JIt k I iP- c 7 7 1 f T rUI AMERICANS GREATEST WEEKLY TILE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO t The Best Known Newspa per in the United States 1 I CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every Statet The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo opular than 1 1atany period of its remarkable career It- t if now read each week by more than a million people Its field is not clrcum scribed by State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ol claim lug to be the greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family The one object of its publishersnewspaper been to make it fit for the Amer iian home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it is kept clean anavrliolesome Tile news of the world is handled in a com ptrheoaive manner and the various depart ments nf The Blade are edited with pains taking r re The llnntrhnltl paije isi i de1 liuht to the women and children current affairs are treated editorially without preju dice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the xrvatitiK number of fic tion lovers the Question Hureiiu is a scrap book of information the Farmstead col nmns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium for the ex change of ideas and information on farm topic No department is neglected bul every feature is taken care of with the idea of making The Blade worth many times the price ot subscription one dollar a year Sample copies mailed free Address THE BLADE Toledo Ohio THe BMester Bank WINCHESTER KY N H 11lrIIEnsroitlnsWCashier Paid Up Capital 810000000 fV fVUndivided 1mtllH I7OOOOOO- IIitnilNomn Deposit o- fLeover OOOOOOO This bank solicits the ncoounUoI merchants farmers traders aud business men generally throughout Eit era Kentucky and offers its custom ers every facility and the most IIberaJ terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly r FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everythina for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN r ONE MILLION STRAWBERRY PLANTS No Agents Free Catalogues UF HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY W Bu- yFURSIJ S Nines wool sad Feat TaDowBeu CisMmc CoIde SeeJY dIow Rood MJ Apple WiLl Closer etc We uc lIealent em6L4d ia 18S6o Wa aDlw7iis Louiiraie=mod cudo bettor tat you thu aseen at rrraniiiJia nerd Sou Rdcteno tar Halos Louimt Writ lot wcellr pdcxlut ud Jipcut lap r N label A Sons ZZSLIUrfcttSL LWISVIUEKT 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 iIB respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE KILL THE COUCH LUNCSft WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR aaPRICE roAMf IUTUPAOWBOB a i FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek+ known as the Cruey farm All fenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared tilandingrass Large orchard over r dwellingp thirtyrlayYY bargain Possession liven Jaan nrj 11010 For farther partica hrs addre4 ELWWOBTH LADY B y flr No II Ksrdin III 4 I MURPHY FORK Aunt Martha Miirphy is improv ins fast and will sore be up and doingII Mize spent Sunday as guests of1jj M Cecil and family Boone a son of Rev Green Brown moved from Greenbriar last week to John Murphys Frances wife of Clay Murphy j 1 has a CURe of henmrrliaizo of iliutI lungs Dr Curt Govedon is at- II tending At West Liberty Circuit court 90 indictments were made and twoI went to the pen One WES for de horning saw logs and the other fo imrrying while he hail a liviu wifeJohn Barnett and family movedl t from near Ezul last week and are now holding the fort at the fam OilS mansion on tho hill Dr Hur ry Murphy is w II ploascd wilh tho Jim new eOn1frAII I latest partner arrived lost week i with 40 head of cattlo and 25 hogs They are now chewing grass of I Bens pasture until the next cour day at Mt Sterling Little Earl a baby boyof BenI mid Mrs Lizzie Murphy perform tdI the remarkable feat of walking at the age of nine months Ben says in three more months the lit tie one will inustor the language A reception was held at the home of Mrs Nannie Murphy inI honor of the arrival of her sons Fred and WiIIFred from Millj creek and Will from Hiram college I Hiram Ohio It was a grandI affair and overcrowded with hand some youths and pretty Iwllcs After a midnight supper wore continued for some gamHBII I all loft happy in tho woo hours of the morning April 4 PORT SANDFIELD- J B McNabb made n business trip to West Liberty last week W T and J B McNabb went to Campton Monday on business Will Hollon and family were guests of J B McNabb Sunday Mrs Rhinda Ely is visiting her parents Henry Haddix and wife Rollie Clark and family spent Sunday with F P Clark and wife Mrs Emma Center and children are visiting Dr G M Center and wifeWillie Catron was a guest of his cousin IRaleigh Stamper Saturday j nightII Claude Day of Clark branch started for Middletown Ohio last MondayMiss Mollie McNabb spent Sat urday night with her cousin Stel la Catron Permanent and Quick Cure No BadAfter Effects Our Terms are- Reasonable Every Patient is Our Guest Our Treatmentis No Barred Doors or Windows RsnWul for lut IIH Every Jedera i F slpleaRI1I1t1ysl Oldfield Sunday MissI Della Lcgg who has been in Ohio for some time returned home a few days iigo MisH Ella and Viola Center visited friends ami relatives at Hn1 zol Green and Sunday April 1 PATSY 1TRENT I Sam Tntilbee of Cunuel City was in this section Friday- JJ D Edwards is visiting ruin tins und friends in Owen Coldiron LnwrlJIcoII at01d5tillwaterStnldaylg i icy of Lawrence county u horse for 1255 50ii pinealforI home lFriday retllrnedII frieurlsjiaurlI i I unlay and SUlldayiMrs Mantua Sample and chil visitingtplace Sunday Carland Blana Trout of Red river were quanta of th ir uncle SaturIday Stock after 3 I Control I larnnr llael1 Crven II1 1 IUOM farmer llazrl Grrrn- I II Klkiiis IL A Kash farmer iillni rc O V Veil fauna IliilMurphy ftiinier llurl1 J Iieratt tanner Iliad1 ItittiMibonse I F l1 Phillips lliinuer + J M ecil farmer Ilaztl Ii W farmer Xll A Hotrman insurance Jit Sterling IV Ib Hnrxt lawyer laniil We dtsiie call attention ti treatment for cure of Whbkty Moiphine Opium Iccaine and thug out Heine CimV of ibfiii ateNDI rnccss Eemust ournilaritllli ++ Liu Place isrrereuteat- V 1 j1Lit1 Saturday I1ecil Thorn will he several baptized this nltcro the third Saturday this mouth Everybody is car dially invited to come Stella and Ethel Edwards accompanied llIy their brother Edj car visited Miss Ninnio on Stillwater undtIiI D Miller and wife of Camp ton passed through this section Sunday rout to Coisolntiou to visit the hitters parents O W CecilandI wifeIIj Marion and Orban Edwards ac companied by thir sister 1 Ella were guests of their sistr Mrs W Maloney and family on Big Saturday and Sunday i George Moorn and family Missj Maudie and Boyd Moore1 and Oren Ctunpbitll nill lof Stillwater visitj ed Charlie Moore and family near I this plucH Saturday and Sunday April 4 E ii Children cryii FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA i i I A Michigan nonagenarian who RwoutyIfivethu outskirts of OWOHSO is organizing a party to go with him and watch it next May from theI sum view pointr BANKI I TItE HAZEL GREEN Capital Paid In In Cash 15000 00 Profits paying semiannual dividend 1200 QO Individual Responsibility 15000 00 Total 831200 00 The P IIWIPK n likt of tnrlthIdrn Wlm Own and Its ironer lrxii JoJ lien M 1 Cecil liretllI in our the all ICt rime at in i j I E Onpy Ilumber niTr Cole Fork Mr Siiiiii Cninphrll llaztl Green XI I S tlinijiliell llhxrl Gran I Wiloii live MMk Itiilcr Iiyhoro IF llSiniili bunker New tle- Mi Mary i J Jmitli New Castle Tl MI IK larmir Ilaztl been II S SxiiiIc ur llarl Greco I 11 Iiitlon IIuzcl ireen 1 1 T i1 Ldrv rxriivntrr Hiizel Green Mrs E11 ItitletiiiouM ilnzel Greco Mrs T XI1 Ice IIliizill l irien- Mis Lola MI Kvmn Swords Creek Va Eo F CECILI 1JJII1F r I S IinTFMIOrK Vicn FKKSIDKXT IIIt H 1ATTON IAxini i FURS JOHN WHITE 0051I HIDES- Woo1Commfsssion ESTABLISHED 1837- LouIaYu THE H KRISH COMP AN inc Catlettaburg Kentucky WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions Always in a selected line Orders pronipry and safe to your Fatiitrium i Wewnil iio ne to 1 wp C on J E C IL A Ca specially pitpufd to Lhnille this clam of diMsitf aid whirs we guarantee a cure in every rate within ten dllYfI to two for the liquor habit and for the drug liplh two to thrre w els l l 1 room and attendant atd out atct r ne cent ten ictmtii n tbe lathehl is r uududready to return home We do not tend ti taking no whatever Our patieoti gain flub and ilrrr lh from the beginning we do tint cure von it costs you nothing so you see you lane tttrythiug to gain and nothing io lose A lid 42 J L Brewer brunch for jurfect ND HIDESHIG3EST MAEEET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FUSS i AND Write- priceast lor Jcfitipnfpf thiq all r Kx stock well filled wiih habits weeks urtil NO PAY I lSome women retain their beauty to an advlJlee age But women who regularly endure pain fa rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks ttiftt them 1 Nearly all women suffer more or less with scant form of female trouble It should not be neglected Avoid the paintreat yourself at home by taking Cardui as thousands of other women have done Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trialiN f Y 11- It Will Help YouJ3frs Katie Burlion CJoroville Ill tried Oanlui and writes CCI suffered with female troubles and was so sick 1 could not stand on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui and soon began te mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am in much better health than I was before Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES DUROCJERSEY BOAR 8 PATTONS MODEL NO 27507 This IiiKir will lie fItnlat1 my bran in Hazel Green l at nil tunes antiwill1 he permittedl to srvr sow at 100 TO INSURE PIG i i a i PATTOXS MoDHL was sited livl the famous Yodel Top the irreat prie winner having won in live State 1 Fairs a This is the only Registered Boar in this community 1 Why not breed to the hest Iud improve your stock Respectfully R H PATTON Hael Green Ky n o 1 rWe Give a Positive Guaranteed Cure for Morphine Cocaine Chloral and All Drug Habits CURE lll1wlonLiquoraddiction upWhencravingorIt leCi- peut flnsBean TAKEN REGISTERED Lrell1i Liquor Nurses Fine Service Table Well Well Rooms Our Sanitarium is the finest in the state and ladies need not hesitate about coming to us as they are attended by a lady nurse and they will be shown nothing but the moat constant and cour teous attention We refer you to the Farmers National Hank and any busi nr4 or roffs ional man in our city Upon application we can place ou in correspondence with have quesIlobsIf you are seeking curl without suflerinjr and one that is guaranteed to your entire satisfaction before paying one cent we will appreciate It letter from you nod we will cheer fully give you any information If you have any reason to doubt that we can nut do what we claim please write us your reasons and we will pxplxin it to ynur satisfaction If u have a friend needing treatment we would youRememberWrite us for terms stating history of your caw AI nearly as possible Ynitrs very truly HORD SANITARIUM SHELBYVILLE IND I 0 1 I1 ofj j S g K Trained Excellent Furnishedand Ventilated The Place Where Liquor lid Drill HaWU ire Cured ViUi AitoiItUii Ease