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I I t o = Jiy rV Iyr z I 1 cft i jJ t- R HE AZEI KEENEREstablished March 41885 Made Famous fn the Bt017 ofJonsthaa and Hia Contiseatby Max 111 0 It lP ineRaad0Ed1 0= c The Oldestt Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentuck Mountains 100 a Year iIAalCL TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 14 1910 NUMBER 42 iiiiifton and Eastern Railway Tine Table in Effect Jane 21 1908 j WEST BOUND I No1 t Ito3 o5 STATIONS DailyexDailyand Sunday i Ssunttay uudayollly AMLVC P MLve JAMLTC Jackson 1 6 lU am 12 20 Ill i 7Uuam otKJuuet ti 1b pm 2 25 pm 7tw am Beattyve J c 7 IIj IIW ilO pm i51l1w Tent 7 so am 3 41 pm 15I1w Ns 7 45 am 3 56 pm btj aw Bridgll 7 4S am 3 67 pn 1 Sw gtanion 8 la IlIU 4 26 pm sM uw 5 am 435 pm 9U2 IIW i Cl L UU am 5 U7 pm 1UU3 aw CitY1t 12 am 5 20 PILlOl IlIU 55 am 6 U5 plL IU2b am- N EAST BOUND No 2 iS IISSi 04 DailyexSTATIONS = Daily and SundayandayI j jefJ3PalU Lexlngton i 0I AMLT 735 rm I S S PIllmwaucnl tlrlf201 b 13 am IJtEJ unction J 2tS pm2 S Wpwl4Olulay City 18 US aw S 58 pwHtutonH 10 am 4 SO pw 9 3b pm I 415 pllla71 Torrent1It2I 9 43n 417 pmb2 956 am 7u lu 17 am 66OS pm9t O KJuncu1 90 1115 amt l 0 10 pmtHI Jackson 9- 4I l1o as CONNECTIONS I landykE will mike connection with the C 4 ORy Iw lor Mt Sterling OUUTOX JUKCTIOS Trains Nos 1 2 I J sad 4 connect with the Mountain Central I tor Pine Ridge and Caniptou t It Jt1 IBKATTYVIJK JCilTION1riua No 2I I BeattyvilleJuncy1to pad jottcrioNTrains and 4 5 0 4 Nos 3 connect with the O K Railway for local fUtioni on the O k K Railway W A McUOWkLLUenera1Maaager- UHAti5CUTTIieuYeaa Agent I Hio ttutiBti Baliwag lime Table May 21 9O5rl WEST BOUND J No33 i No21 ley ex 1 n STATIONS D lIunlly IYlex PMAEK 0 27 PM Ass 35I45 13ILee 4 05 20 Hanipton 11 11 51 3 5J 22 WHhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 S 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND- s No34 i SI No 22 Daily ex a STATIONS m Daily ex laday Sunay 7 AlLVLPYLVB710 27 Cannel City 0 100 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 14 g 87 10 Wilhurat 20 1 61 r fr 925 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 JO 0 Jackson 27 2 30 e KOI 21 and 22 will make close connection f at 04 ItInaction with Nos 3 and 4 for BcfaUoa the Lexington aud Eastern Rail V warT M L CONLEY Superintendent L1t1QOen1ill Railroad Np 1- DEPART No 2 e ARRIVE 6OOamCamptonll30am 200 p mCampton 600 p m f No2 No1 ii AiRTVB DEPART f 780 amCampn Junc1005 am 880 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes r Connection with all L E pas s lenger trains f t tf BaFa BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY TNFOBM3 the citizens of Wolfe and T + the adjoining counties that be carries c Atiseof Coffin Casketa Burial Clothe F awayFi special caste ta supplied on 24 ran notice finest made if ordered j Teams and hack urnithed funerals Ahocaa fill orders for tombstoaeaac r AY HOUSE i Hazel Green Ky L i Krs t00 HAT Proprietor li table fin In Easters Keitoekr A NIIPIn eneW lifaita I 1 skmfkMt and rieW alHfI 3 7 iJjJ thi QtOltttty irlu BELKNAP George W Center and wife left Saturday for Caney Willie Walters of Cannel City was here on business Saturday Miss Mahala Arnett and others attended church atElmore Sunday Fire seems to be doing very much damage for the farmers this spring S M Lindon sold a nice pair of black horses to Mr Bryant price 285 Misses Josie and Valance Wages of Elmore visited relatives at this J place Saturday anti Sunday Misses Rausin Rhinda and Esther Allen and Della Edwards attended church at Burkhart Sun day and report a nice timaI dauRhterlittleed several times as very ill died Tuesday morning The remains were taken to Puncheon for burial April 11 CORKER The Demon of the AirIis the germ of la grippe that breathed in brings suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness nervousness lack of ap petite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Electic Bit ters the splendid tonic blood pu rifier and regulator of stomach liver and kidneys Thousands have J proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore health and goodspirits after an attack of grip If suffering try them Only SOc Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by all dealer BLACK WATEN Fine weather and spring birds singingHamilton Oldfield was in this section WednesdayISteye Littla was a guest of Rea cie Bryant Friday night House cleaning and corn plant ing is the order of the day J C Bryant bought a nice lotI of hogs today at a private price Aunt Patsey Oldfield was calling on H B Little and wife Mondixt misses Lnlie and Addie McClure attended church at Pine Grove Sunday Mesdames Doyle McClure and D E Bryant and little son visited near Wellington Tuesday- A large crowd was seen going toi Ezel Tuesday mostly all April flowers from the beautiful city of May town Porter Dennis was antertained at the home of J C Bryant Tues day night with fine music on the organ and banjo Willie Murphy and wife Clifford Bryant and wife and Bruce McClure and wife were guests of D E Bryant and family Sunday Miss Lizzie Murphy was enter tained at the home of Millard Bryant and wife Sunday and was a companied home by their littl daughter Unes Misses Lizzie Murphy and Frances Bryant were at Frank Clarks Thursday and Friday shopping and were accompanied home by Miss Dettie Clark April 11 BLUE BIRD Wane Than Ballets Bullets have often caused less suffering to soldiers than the ec zema L W Harriman Burling ton Me got in the army and j suffered with forty years Bue Bucklens Arnica Salve cured m when all else failed he writes I Greatest healer for sores ul cere boils burns cuts wounds bruises and piles 25c at all dealers JEFFERSONVILLE Farmers are preparing for their tobacco crops A large crowd attended Sunday school at this place Sunday Glenn Stafford of Camargo at tended SnndaY school at this placet Sunday Miss Ethel Shultz is visiting her Aister Mrs Anna Miller at Spcer JJay Trimble of Camargo spent S turday and Sunday with hiis plletIleI wife of balYt eta 3t11tfolaJ warn- n ptftt pfr X I the latters sister MrsJ H Shultz SundayThere was a social given at the home of Miss Grace Childers Fri day night in bonor of Miss Ruth Wills of Morgan county Miss Ruth Wills who has been visiting her aunt Miss Grace Chil ders for the past two weeks has returned to her home in Morgan Mesdames Buford Cooper and Maggie McNabb were calling on Mrs John Gibbs who is not ex consumptionSunday Mrs R A Childers Mrs Mag gie McNabb Grace Charley and Wick Childers and Bodine and Tom Shultz were pleasantly enter tained at the home of Clarence Cooper and wife Sunday night by some nice music on the grapho phone and piano April 11 BLUEEYED ROSE Saved From the Grave I had about given up hope af sufferingfromMrs M L Dix of Clarksville Tenn Often the pam in my chest would be almost unbearable and I could not do ony work but Dr Kings New Discovery has personItsthe throat and lung Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fAverI 1 la grippe asthma croup bronchitis and hemorrhages hoarseness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicine Try it 50c and 100 Trial 1 bottles free Guaranteed by all dealers LEXIE Frank Sample is very sick at this writing Miss Mallie Byrd was shopping at Hazel Green recently Walter Maloney was visiting his parents Newton Maloney and wife Sunday Misses Rosa and Lnla Perkins attended church at Rose chapel Sunday Miss Flossy Lacy of H G A spent from Saturday until Monday with home folks Hoy Childers is this week taking census of the children between the ages of 6 and 20 J H Trimble and wife were visiting the latters mother Mis Polly James Sunday Charles Lefevre and wife of aillmore were visiting J B El kIDS and wife Sunday Mrs Mary Brooks who has been on the sick list for a few days is better at this writing Floyd Hollon wife and little son Johnnie spent Sunday with W C Trimble and wife Brack Maloney of Jefferson ville spent Friday night with his brother Newton Maloney George Lacy gave the voung folks a social Saturday night Ev ery bod yi seemed to enjoy it wasGCitildereeand family Saturday and Sunday Porter Center and wife were vis lung his parents Dr 011 Center aud wife at Toliver Saturday and SundayMisses Nannie and Mollie Ma- loney were pleasant guests of Miss es Golden and Beulah Trimble ThursdayMrs rge Byrd whose illness has been mentioned is in very bad health Uncle George is not very well himself weekeJordan Wills who is very low at Hazel Green Taylor Center and wife of Big branch were visiting the latters parents Newton Maloney and wife Saturday and Sunday Misses Clemma Lacy and Emma Cox of Hazel Green spent Satur day night and Sunday at the home of W S Trimble and wife Curtis Byrd and wife accompa Died by Miss India Beatress were visiting James Cox on Rooky branch Saturday and Sunday Uncle Andy Porter Lacy bought a tie ticket to Hazel Green Mon day returning ths jame day as hE had a round trip ticket good for three boon Dr A C ffickdl was called to 5teljr w jII ago and it has given him much trouble since Charles Rose made a business trip to Ezel Saturday returning the same day accompanied by a Miss Cecil sister of Jeff M Rose Lexie Elkine our postmaster and merchant is preparing to cul tivate about five acres in tobacco near his store house and do all the work himself or have it done Clay Lawson who was sent to penitentiary to serve a two years term for killing Pee Lawson was granted a parole by the governor and has been visiting Dan Lawson There was church at Rose chapel Sunday with a good sized crowd good preaching good singing and the good neighbors had a good time which made the day good all urodndQuite oppositeforkat Landsaw Sunday Miss Nellie Taylor will be baptized at that plane the second Sunday in next month Everybody is invited lo attend the singing school Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night at the Johnson school house It will be conducted by a Mr Walters of Hazel Green April 11 BERTIE The Call of the Blood for purification finds voice in pim ples boils sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patched and blotches on the skinall signs of liver troubles But Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try them 25c at all dealers j MAYTOWN N i Miss Louie Rose of Lacy creek is visiting her sister Mrs C A Sample this week Fretchburghas tives at this place for the pastweek Mrs HS Neff had a growth taken off her head Saturday Dr S U Spradling performing the operationA wife and two little daughter Della and Ora visited relatives on Blackwater Saturday and Sunday Dannie Pieratt of Fruuchburg and Grant Cox of Greasy creek took dinner with Miss Maude Wil soU Sunday i Robert Childers of JeffersonI vile took supper with his sister Mr James Ingram at this place Sunday night Rollie Little of Pomeroyton was seen in town Sunday morning looking very sad What is the trouble Rollie Misses Stella Clark Lila Mur phy and Ora Hiser and Otis Mur phy and Courtney Dennis attended church at Valeria Sunday Voluey Henry and wife from Greasy creek were guests of the latters parents H S Neff and wife Saturday and Sunday Miss Ruth Wills who has been visiting relatives and friends in Montgomery county returned last Saturday and reports a nice trip A large crowd of youngsters was pleasantly entertained at the hine of Miss Ruth Wills on her return from Montgomery county and all report a nice time James Ingram is this week mov ing his saw mill from Sulphur Springs in Menifee county to his farm on Little Blackwater where he will be prepared to saw aud grind for the public Mrs Rollie Murphy and two little daughters Edith and Lucille of Murphy came up Sunday morn ing and were accompanied home in the evening by Mrs Murphys mother Mrs Maliuda Patrick April 11 BUCK EVES Diarrhoea should be cored with out loss of time and by a medicine which like Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy not only cures promptly but pro ducea no unpleasant after effects It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take Sold by all dealers MURPHY FORK- G W Jackson of Nannie made a business trip to Mt Sterling last weekLast week Ben Chambers moved from Chapel branch to a house on Nanufa Marpbyafarm Prof Kelley Wfeeler of Yea t ic Liberty was on the crook and took songbirdLast week J S Pieratt sold a pair of mules to Sam Smith for grayhorso150 The singing school closed Sun day The young people are sorry it is over as Prot Fugate is a skill ed teacher But all good things cant lust forever Berry Taulbee has just com pleted a fine cottage on Mort Ce Berryhopesoccupy it with him Last week D W Vest of Ezel was a guest of his daughter Mrs Lizzie Murphy at this place and also of another daughter Mrs Sarah Ellen Swango on Pleasant Hill He reports that XRay is still speaker of the house April ii POET Your tongue is coated Your breath is foul goThese your stomach is the trouble To remove the cause iio the first thing and Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that Easy to takeI and most effective Sold by all dealers SANDFIELD Dorsie Stamper was a guest of Kelly Catron Sunday Sunday school was organizedat Sandfield church Sunday The little son of J B McNabb and wife is on the sick list Cora and Lora Weaver were the guests of Nannie Stamper Sunday F P Clark and wife were guests of A B McNabb and wife Sunday Ellis McNabb and Willie Catron spent Saturday night with Man ford ToliverIPorter Center and wife of Lacy creek PpctrtrSaturUaySignlfSind 1 Sunday with Porters parents DrIG M Center and wife Dr G Mi Center will preach at Toliver church the fourth Sunday evening at 2 oclock Everybody invitedApril 11 PATSY STATE OK 01110 CITY OF TOLFDO I I LUCAS COUSTY J S Frank J Cheney makes oath that be is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney dt Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of ca tarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK JCHEN BY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December 1886 A W GLEASON SKAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimoni als free F J Cn ESKY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Malls Family Pills for constipation SELLARS There was church at Salem last SundayLook out we may have a wed ding to report soon Everything is looking nicely but rain is badly needed Ada Byrd was visiting her sister Mattie Nickell Saturday- G C Byrd school ttuatee was listing this district the past week The writer spent A very pleasant evening with Mrs Lou Gose last Friday Renme Osborne and wife called on Holly Oaborne and wife last SundayNettie Pbipps and Annie Nick ell of H G A visited home folks Sunday Ranse Blankenship a student of H G A visited home folks Sunday Rose Phillips called on Misers Mollie and Julia Skeina Saturday I morningHenry Fletcher and wife of Dayaboro visited tatters parents Saturday and Sunday Ollie Fietober aged 12 called on his best girl Rhinda Belle Blankensbip aged 11 Sunday Mrs Weddington and little son Jerry of Denm d made a business I trip to Cannel City Saturday Aunt Cinda Perkins aged 78 passed tbroBgb here en rOllieto vuit her nephew Beanie Oefcorne- Mi flawy WtekeJl rMted Jw i MyrtleNickellSunday HollyOsborneroute to Gillmore Monday to peel f tan bark There will be church at Neolft youngfolksattendingMrs H Burgess and little daughters Grace and Mary visit Mi the formtrs mother Amanda Gose Friday Mollie Skeins and Rose Phippa called on Aunt Ciuda Perkins last Sunday morning to have their fortunes told atHoUyOsbornwe noticed Tom Nickell wife and daughter Virgie James DeBoard and wife and Morris Wilson Miss Mollie Skeins visited Rose Phipps Saturday night and Sun day They seemed to enjoy a abort call with the photographers daughter Miss Nettie Saturday evening Dennie Nickell and Seldon CoJ linsworth passed through here last Sunday en route for Nickell Of course without a doubt the afc traction was Misses Queen adNora Nickell A fine bee tree was cut Saturday PbippeTameTPerkins F Blankenship on the latters f pretfPI1tUHoney BeayBlankenship1 Rennie Osborne wife and little son Clarence Henry Fletche mAw wife and Ollh Fletcher enjoyed dinner at W W Phippi Squ Wj April 1 1 PEACH BIQQM Miss Ada Byrd went to Neola shopping Saturday mowing A1u Ftnma 63ta VijM lacas- ister Mattie Nickell IQtsI1Ittbp evening Ferd Conley wife and little sop Willie visited E Skeins and fam jily Sunday Ollie Nickell and family visited his fatherinlaw Clinf Byrd Sat urday and Sunday Orville Spencer visited his uncle Morgan Spencer at Daysboroj Saturday and Sunday Jule Nickell and brother Er OrlazlxlirCurtis fleetDayeboro tterMrsMrs1loiQNlckeJJ Cannel City Saturday on huaineatfc Ida Literal who has been visiting her sister Bessie Conleyf rt o atCaunelCitpSaturday Clarence Stamper wbo las bqaj logcywoodsvisitedhomeApril 11 DOTTY Prompt relief in all cases of throat and lung trottbleif y k use Chamberlains CoBghJBajtwdy Pleasant to take southing and healing in effect Sold by aU dealers TRCJlLT George Bucbapfinof SJtflUratej was in this section Friday Jim Wilson pamelrapghhergr tbsMts A workiugtofDavid enjoyed a fine dinner cuttingstreei tjsevere g a Mrs Rebecca Ed wajda age MJSJL Ethel went to Hzel Green shopping Tuesday and meaqwbite called on Mrs D B Center Willie Clair accompanied by testisdinnerfamily near thisi place SjjdfO- sa1 the eiRhtKQatk ld ybtr- of Walter Maloney and wetia4L severelihtittbutpariicalars April 11 K 0 V He wbe U brae ibHodges l k iOJ w rI I7Z1iT i r J j1iiirpf7Z = Y II1T II FTL I THE HERALDEntered utthe Hazel GreMiFoit r orltoeaeecondolassmatteri i SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 14 1910 OBITUARIfSTRI8U1IS Of RESPECT L and yards of Thanks must be paid for in advance to insure pub lication WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY l 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID B RKDWIXE Judge THOH C JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty J O LINDON Clerk Meets third Mondav in January first Monday in Nap third Monday in Septem I her r WOLFE COUNTY COURT I W B DUFF Judg- eS G SAMPLE Couuty Attorney BOBBRT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT i Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District o 1 Kobert Rose mini Friday iin March June September and Deceit ber District No 2 Robert Brooks j fourth Frig day in February May August and November District No 3J M Reynolds second Fri day in February May August and Noavember District No 4 David Spencer first Friday in March May August and November District No 5 Preston Uollon second Fri day in March June September and De cember District No6I W Combs third Friday in February May August and November District No 7 Sbiloh Swango fourth Fri day in March June September and De ember District No8John B Childers j first Friday in February May August and November COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE W SALLRVSherifl-J T CENTER Assessor JCB LrrrLEJaile-rJ TAULBEE County Superintendent- E J CRRECIlSureyor-J FRANK SAMPLECoroner THERE is a rumor current in this community that John Fetterly tHe founder and proprietor of the tiling plant at this place will leave for Salyersyille where the people offer him a bonus of 1500 cash to move his plant there We said rumor but as soon as we heard it we interviewed Mr Fet terly to get the facts and he veri fled what we had heard He SIUtt he was greatly discouraged because out of about thirtyfive who had signed contracts to use the tiling only three have complied with their promises and meantime he has the tiling already burned ana ready to burn more than fill all contracts This was more or less f expensive and he told the writer of this that all the money he has received will not pay the interest on his investment for one month to say nothing of the running expense Individually we have no land to tile but for the good of the country we should hate to see t Mr Fetterly pull up his plant and l move it and we believe he will do so unless he meets with some en couragement In the first place all who have contracted with him for tiling should comply with their I promise and pay him whether they 1 are prepared to put it down or not One thing is reasonably sore and that is that if he is allowed to F leave by reason of the lethargy of the people here the farmers who oWn low lands will forever regret a it and within the next decade they will be hauling tiling from Sal yersville The best thing our peo pje can do is to keep him here Make Home Look Fleuait Spring has come with all its glory and this is usually the time for painting and fixing up Make your home look as if there were a little enterprise about you Take f the garden rake and collect all the old tin cans and ther rubbish which have accumnla during itupandback yard and clean that up also Several of our neople have already painted and otherwise iimproved the appearan of their premise ibit ouny otb incur tam world io wall to gf slate then ax3ple- f y DEATH GOMES Without Warning to Prof W H Cord WellKnown Educator aid Minister The citizens of Alt Sterling were greatly shocked at a little before noon yesterday when nnw swas re ceived by phone from the Mt Star ling Collegiate Institute located iin the suburbs of the city that Prof W H Cord the principal of that institution had dropped dead Prof Cord was sitting in his chair teaching a class and seemingly in the best of health when suddenly- he remarked Wait a minute II feelvery badly and before any the scholars could reach his side ofIIII I fell forward and was dead when he struck the floor Apoplexy was Ithe cause of his death I Prof Cord came hero several years ago from Hazel crreeu and established the Mt Sterling Collegiate Institute and so rapidly did the school grow under his efficient management that last year new I buildings had to be erected to ac commodate tbe institutions rapidly increasing patronage There are 184 pupils on the roll at the time of Prof Cords death and he was beloved and respected by each and overy one of them He was a pronounced success as an educator and was an able and sincere minister of the gospel having filled the pulpits in neatly all of the Christian churches in this section of the state Prof Cord was a man of thet highest Christian character and hud the confidence nod esteem of the people of this community to a marked degree he was always on tbe side of right and against wrong and was a most excellent citizen nd gentleman his words and works will live long in the memory of the many who knew and loved him His death is not only a great loss to his family but is sdistinct loss to Mt Sterling and universally regretted Prof Cord would have been 40 years of ageI in November and was a native of Fleming county He is survived by his wife and three sons Prof Robt I Cord + Raymond and William Henry CordThe arrangements for the funeral l had not been made at the timeI we went to pressSen- DemCASTOR IIAFor Infanta and Children The m You Hari Always Bwgfal Bears the- Sigaattue jf frof i7YJCCtt Points Regarding the Census The census begins tomorrow completeinty days in all other areas The enumerators will wear a badge inscribed United States Census 1910 The law requires every adult prescribeinformation i itshall be treatconfidentially s that no injury can come to any person from answering the ques tionsThe President has issued a proc lamation calling on all citizens to cooperate with the census and assuring them that it has nothing to do with taxation army or jury service compulsory school attend ance regulation of immigration or enforcement of any law and that no one can be injured by an inquiresIt I importantthatagriculture in this state be complete and correct Therefore every person should promptly accurately and completely answer the census questions asked by the enumerators S X Swinune Married Again The following reproduced from the Big Sandy News will be read with interest by Mr Swimmes I acquaintances in this section Muskogee Okla March 29 A every piece of machinery stood XenophoSwimmo of the Methodist Episcopalchurch South of Checotah Okla an Mrs Lena Brown 40 also of Che midniRhtinnixRev Swimme once upon a timeI was a newspaper man a reform styleshimselfI Bulgin revival he covered th t meetings for the Phoenix Rev Swimme met Mrs Brown at Che OJ cotah two months ago The two stole away from their friends last nightSwimme member Conferenceto publish a newspaper in Pike PUtlbjJ4rtQ JJms1 r iil1JJJ J jc IKENTUQKY KERNELS II I Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled 0 I Floyd Frazier who was to have been executedat Wbitesburg last week was granted u reprieve by Governor Willson until May 19 I The wool growers of the Berry neigh borhood in Harrison county have pool ed their wool and will only sell to tbe highest and test bidders Ten guards at the Frankfort peniten tiary were dismissed last week by th prison commissioners to make room for ante election promises The end in not vet IIAs the offspring of the marriage of Robert tiprake 70 years of age and Mat tie Keller a middleaged woman both of Scott county twin boys were born recently In Letcher county near Whitesburg Jesse Sturgill liKed 80 was married Miss Susan fioggs aged lb after a brief courtship This is the grooms fourth venture The logs of the old Lincoln cabin which have been stored in Louisville for the past year were taken to Hodgenyille where they will be placed in position in the Lincoln Memorial Hall to he erected there Dr D J Healy superintendent the FeebleMinded Institute tendered his resignation to the board of controlof charitable institutions the state It is said that Dr O A Nevitt will he his successor Declaring that he was the bravest man in the city Dan Mathley while standing in shouting gallery in Onrenshoro dis charged a rifle with the barrel pointing to his left breast The wound is not dangerousThe and belles of Fleming coun ty are not disposed to mate in these try Inswas issued which is something unusual for that county Charles Carroll the IG year old son of a prominent farmer was a8lssill ted at his home near GolF in Eduionson county by a band of twelve masked men He was called to the door of his home and shot in the hack IOscar Wallen was shut and killed by his cousin Ben Blankenship in Law rence county last week An old grudge is said to be the cause Blaniienship es caped and supposed to be biding in the mountains of West Virginia A petition was presented to Governor Willson asking the pardon of Curt Jett who is serving two life sentences in the penitentiary Counter petitions were largely signed by residents of Breathitt county and forwarded to the governor Thomas Clayton aged 70 years was drowned in a spring on his place near McKinneysburg in Pendletnn county He leaned over to get a bucket of water lost his balance and fell in His little grandson was with him but was unable to pull him out iCecil Frazier aged 58 years died at Frankfort last week from the effects of strickenowhile attending a meeting of the capitol commission in Governor Willsons office He was assistant landscape gardener on the capitol grounds A little daughter of C H Estep of the Low Gap section in Johnson county sucked a bean into her windpipe An operatiou was performed but the little one died before the operation was finished The child was almost dead when the operation commenced and this step was taken as a last resort W J Rice the Olive Hill banker who was indicted for making false statement in his report to the secretary of state I and for which he gave bond now languishes in Carter county jail in default of 8000 bond under an indictment recently returned by the grand jury charg ing embezzlement and receiving money under false pretenses IDid you ever notice that two or three good seasons for crowing tobacco are generally followed by an equal number of drouth seasons when all the land in aebumper crop And have you noticed that ideal seasons for growing tobacco BurleyBelt npticingISome people think that they cannot be taught anything about farming but as good a farmer as Senator Mathers told us that while he was in Harrison last year electioneering he saw a man running a tooth harrow over his sod ground before plowing and that he tried worktwas easier on teams that the sod turned over and broke up like stubble ground Carlisle Mercury I QEWELL C K03- ENotary 7 Public STILLWATER KY Olen bis profsiiional Mrriee to ritiusaof MlMto tilt pUroBif efaWlio s111 aty5sa l IIOJl+ i atJh t iJtJif oiL ICIlURCH AND PRES TO WAR ON TUBERCULOSIS Both Asked to Aid In the Campaign Conducted to Get Rid ot Plague The National Association for the jI I h8s1Ia 1 j I I States a sermon or lectura on thi important subject be delivered I that day The Association has prepared to supply every local as mae terial to bo given to the various ministers and others from which to prepare such sermons or lectures The Kentucky Association has its headquarters in Louisville and an application to Miss Harriet E Anderson acting secretary 215 East Walnut street Louisville Ky will bring such literature C L associationtoearnestly requests that all minis ters in the state of Kentucky shallI join in this national movement on April 24th- Kentucky badly needs preaching of the gospel of education on this subject The disease can bo erad icated and eradicated only by cleanliness healthful living and the knowledge of the means by which it is spread Kentucky is suffering more from the disease than all but two or three states of the union She is ignorant of her condition and if we are to judge by the acts of the recent legisla ture unwilling to take the neces sary steps to better it Public ag itation and education alone can help us Will the newspapers of Kentucky bring this matter to the attention of every minister m the stateBishop Nelson of Albany says Having labored with some suc cess to point out the danger of the diesaso we are now confident that the cure of this disease depend upon improvements in con ditions of personal and social life Whatever the churches may bH able to do along this line will boa double contribution to physical and spiritual betterment aod I should think that all would wish to have n share in such an enterprise Jt There is no odiintitulinnnl objection to the joining of te press and church in any great movement for the advancement of the health or morals of the people and iin this movement the Kentucky As sociation for the Prevention of Tuberculosis calls particularly on the press and church to aid Children cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA SLIJI I This finely bred combined harness and saddle stallion will make the season of 1910 at my barn in Daysboro at the low price of 5 TO INSURE LIVING COLT Money due when the ware proves in foal or bred to another horse or jack or traded away and a lien on the colt will be retain ed moneySKLIM sorrel 16 hand3 inches high with white stockings on hind feet lie is i years old tbissprin Ile W8l sired by Pat 1Vashingtoo a celebrated sad die stallion ot Fayette county and out of a mare by Golden Chief combined bone DEMPSEY This fine young jack will make the sea son at the same barn at ii TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on same conditions as those of the horse 1 DEMPSEY JNarcd sorrell 14 hands 3 in lieiswhhavejackAllaccidentsd any occur W C SEBASTIAN R Rare Upporlllflhlg consietinKgarden GreenAlso and outbuildigs One of the Ipair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being furnish d with a complete outfit of tools and tock ofmaterials and supplies also machineryWill separatelyI addressROSEMarch DR O H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GBEEN KY cltJUIIIcottatrysdjolahgAarirn1yklI t iN If1 1 MAPEL TROY IVIILLINERS Millinerysis now in stock We have a beautiful line of Hats something that is sure to please you These have been selected with great cute Our line of Novelties is of the brat Have some pretty selections in Dress Cioodfl Wuflh Goods Silks ute etc We also have a pretty lino of ReadyMade Waists Skirts and Underwear all at reasonable prices Call and see us We will take pleasure in showing you through SPRING MILLINERY OPENING MARCH 23 to 26 IAZELGREEN ACADEMY Mountain Schoolof Christian Womans Board of Missions p A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms SCHOOL IFNSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 Good Hoard per week 2 00 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you For further particulars address M O CARTER = O + =J =IJj irtiiiii- Ej De J HICKEYiit i jJ Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe J No 224 W Short Street f1f I KentuckyLI GO TO Kash Johnson RashDEALERS JN General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING STEP INTOs CECIL EIR07e1 tijandlook through our new line of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS I We have the newest thin out in t LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS We have IwillI t 5 Cents per yard I Anything you are in need of it will pay you to itIIGET OUR PRICES WE ALSO HdVE W1lLL PAPER tJ di4t II Z 7 Y rj Tn iFr iiitthoutFI I Alcohol I x I A strong Tonic Without Alcohol BodY Builder Without Alcohol l Without Alcohol r Blood t- AGreat Alterstive Without Alcohol 1A1 Doctors Medicine Without Alcohol Ayers Ssrsspuills Without Alcohol publish our tormulaeAW banlih alcohol Aw f hoar our medtotaa fO W crt yon to I 3 ndoctor 4Ayers Pills are liver pills They act directly on the liver make more bile secreted This is why they are so valu a able in constipation biliousness dysfpepsia sick headache Ask your if be knows a better laxative pilInAcedI b71iJ C Aycr Co Lowell Yuk n n k THE HERALD of James Wilson passed thru town heMondaywith a small drove of cut tIe for the Mt Sterling market WantedAt once 5000railroad tree delivered at Hazel Green at Apply to J T DCThe census enumerators will be L gin nosing around tomorrow f Be ready to answer all questions M Uncle Sam is very positive in H his requirementsb Mrs Lula Rash has the thanks of the editor and his better sqvend v eighths for a halfgallon jar of sweet beet pickles and a quart of delightful apple buttert4ed JT Day has just returned from 1 Cincinnatiwhere he purchased ed fine stock of general merchandise 1 for his racket store But he wont write his ad until his goods get in Mrs W T Caskey has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a variety of pickles including chowchow or mixed J pickles whole cucumber and beet picklestMiss Stella L Clurk of Tohver was a pleasant visitor at THE HERALD of office yesterday and replenished our exchequer to the extent of a years subscription to the Best Paper on Earth- Elsewhere will be found the card i in of Hazel Green Hotel Asa B Ew ing manager and he invites the patronage of the traveling public I promising them good treatment ttand fare at reasonable ratesFI IMPROVE YOUR CHICKENS I have Rhode Island Reds at which cost 1 each j Yellow and Brown Leghorns 50 cents each and pure Plymouth Rocks 50 cents each They are mixed some j a setting of 17 eggs 85 cents Apply to MRS LOLA KABH Hazel Green Ky Silas Rose of Stillwater was inii town Monday and paid up hisf i subscription to THE HERALD Hed also subscribed for the paper for f W F Elkins who formerlv lived 3 3in this county but who now rety sides at Stonewall Okla 1 f Mrs Chas Keyeer of Paints f ville who has been visiting Char ley Cecil and family of our town left Tuesday for West Liberty ac companied by her conbin Henry t Cecil who will bring back his sis f si ter Miss Myrtle Cecil who has I i iIbeen visiting relatives at West Jj r Liberty I 1 K Carl Mize left on Monday fo- t Louisville accompanied by Char li ley Cravens who will be placed in i the Masonic Widows an4 Orphans s Rome Hon W O Mize who attended i L the obsequies of Prof Cord tatMt Sterling Sunday wIll mee I I accomI t LIt Now as it has been decided to JF have a stock sale here on Wednes I day May 11 1910 every farmer lin this section should be ready to- II attend and sell or buy on that oc Miion This sale will give cattle II traders and stock dealers generally J Qhauce to come here and buy or a few days before the MtI IeJ1 market But the farmers 1 this immediate section shouldI P j lint fail to lend their uiutaooe i do all they can to make it a i c c 1 Death of Prof W H Cori shockedFriday thatPrefprincipalof the Hazel Green Academy for sixteen seats had Are ped deadat Mt Sterling just before the mes sage was sent No man in Eastern Kentucky was more devoted to he cause of education than was I Prof Cord And surely no man ever did so much to educate the young men and young women of the mountains as he During the I years he had charge of Hazel Green he educated to the point ofa business career more young and young women than any one man He was a strict disci plinarian and held all students to strict attention to their studies which young men as well as young ladies from points allover the land will now mourn his demise He came here in September 1890 and was in charge Hazel Green Academy until the end of the session of 100500 when moved to Mt Sterling and opened the Collegiate Institute in September 1900 The funeral services sere held the Mt Sterling Christian Sunday afternoon before the largest audience which ever attended n funeral service in that city and the remarks of Reverends D Clark and Bruce W Trim who conducted the funeral is were proper and fitting tributes 0toa professoruAfter the services the nrocessiun Machpelah cemetery was start and there were 150 vehicles in- line while the entire school head by the various teachers marched in a body to the grave where 1500 people stood with bowed iis heads to pay the llast tribute to at Mt Sterlings most useful citizen The scene at the grave was espe dally pathetic and touching as thb schoolchildren marched by the grave and each dropped a tulip on the last resting place of dead friend and instructor After a song the Rev Mr Smith Lexington offered a touching prayer and all that was mortalof Prof Cord was consigned to earth Memorial services were held at the Christian church here Sunday his honor and the hour chosen was the same iin which his funeral was preached at Mt Sterling thus making it very appropriate The services which were conducted by Willoughby of Hazel Green Academy were very impressive and were well attended CashIer Patton Kelly Nickell JtGoff Long George Rice Joseph Estep John Henry Williams Jesse Kash Miss King and perhaps oth ers took part in the service and the scene was a very solemn one indeed They all had in mind the that Prof Cord did a great of good in this entire section of the country and felt that it was due his memory to so express themselvesApropos of this there is a contemplated movement for the old students of Hazel Green Academy- to contribute to a fund to build a monument to Prof Cords memory and several have expressed themselves aa willing to do so Indeed they are asking that the privilege be accorded them and we hope they may be allowed the privilege for we know that many veryrdearMt Sterling Collegiate IDstiI rate the school Prof Cord organized I and was making such a sucI cess will be continued with his itstI head and stands as a fitting to timonial to the loyalty devotion and energy and perseverance o the upright Christian gentleman who founded and organized it CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY Mothers who value their own comfort and the troll ujr children hould never be without a boXb Mother Grays 8wed t I Powde for Children for nee throughout CuretheFe eAihnei Constipation Teething DI ord HeaJsche and Stomach Trouble TH E POtVDEB8 NEVER FAIL Sold by 1 Drug Sloes 25c Dont accept aD1 alb F EEtonj ot6wbii w11 will ddreN tie aea AJ t fg g OlaMi La lsolf Y tat lw 7 1Ai 1LL4 1Horse Show Day I The stallion show here Saturday I brought quite a crowd to town and I several good horses Among those wh had horses here we noted K 111 Couch of Grassy creek who had his imported German coach horse Ratalmus and another horse here j Frank Buline of Campton with two viz Le Grand Jr a saddle bred stallion and Bill Palmer u draft horse j Loring Nickel of Morgan county with his saddle bred stallion Ned Forest and a- very fine young jack John Cha ney of Morgan county with his black Joe Patton horse Z T Pence of Caney creek witha blackstallion and a Mr Carpenter of Morgan county with a brown stallion Corolus Chaney also had a jack here Gray John People generally picked Loring Nickells horse as the most perfect horse here But there was a diversity of opinion as to the merits of each horse Elsewhere our readers will see something about Frank Boliugs horses Frank Bolin s Horses Le Grand Jr is a dark bay 4 1 years old IfH hands high by Old Le Grand 90 j first dam by imp Hedgeford2nd dam by Sney Chief 3rd dam by the old four toile saddle horse jnhe by Clark Chief 5th dam by Turner Denmark Le Grand goes all the gaits saddle bred on both sides and has to be seen to be appreci ted as he was admired here Sat rday Licensed at IS Bill Palmer is a dark hay 16 bands high and weighs 1SOO ILsf He has produced some of the best i colts ever seen in this section of the country He traces back to the Denmark family although he a draft horse He is licensed 6- John Morgan Jr his jack is 8 years old 14 hands high A fine breeder and is licensed at Iitt Mr Boling has a good string of them and breeders willconsult their interests by seeing them i And Still They Come rampton Ky April 6 1910 bpencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir You will find enclosed- a bank money order for 150 which will pay for THE HERALD 1 until October 4 1910II Respectfully yours t cII S B SMITH i Stillwell Kans April 4 1910 Spencer Cooper As I can notII get along without THE HERALD I you will find enclosed 50 gents fOIJJ six months subscription for the Send it to Stillwell Kan 1 R D GUILDERS I Dear Editor Enclosed find 1 for which send me THE HERALD i six months to Simpson Ky and I also six months to Curtis Sweeney Oakland71J1l CHARLES SWEENEY Liberal termscc I am representing the largest retail clothiers in the world who I are operating 75 stores in the 1 United States all soiling on the I original plan of no money down I and the easy payment of 1 each weekI just received a complete I hue of Samples for the Spring and Summer seasons which will in I elude an extended and elaborate I variety of colors Call on or write and I will serve you at the earliest date BURNS ELAM Agent Lock box 5 Hazel Green KyI What Every Town las The Grinnell Kan Recor- flits the nails on the head when i says that every town contains AI liar a sponger a smart AleckI blatherskite some pretty girls a girl who giggles a weather proph halfsa dozen lunatics a woman who tat Democratfmore who see every dogfight a stock law that is not enforced a widow er that is too gay for his age a preacher who thinks he ought to run the town a few who know how to run the affairs of the county Mies Nannie Brewer who lives j with the editor and his better i seveneighths visited her brothert I Millard Brewer from Saturday l until Sunday afternoon WhileI pa her visit she also attended ebsroh at the Cwkej school bonw a04aII 48it 0 e Ii Memory of Mattle Lee IOS8II Jut in the budding springtime j I In the still rosy morn Just in the glow of youth In womanhoods lovely dawn Came the Keaper of the Flowers Saw the beauty that she wore Chose her to brighten Heaven Bade her Bloom on earth no more Lay away her school books With the Bible treasured so Gods wisdom she is learning Gods comfort she doth know j Fold away the dresses That our darling used to wear She hath put on immortal white Joined the angels oyer there Twas only a few yeas of service Yet Earth was made the brighter Our faith and hope the stronger Our burdens a little lighter Then came Our Fathers call And the night time drear Though glad she is at rest Without her we are no lonely here Oh Nat Lee through the future years Let thy spirit gentle and pure Draw us ever heavenward Teach us patiently to endure Show how vain are worldly joy How blest be those who wait And may thy angel smiles greet us When we reach the pearly gate- NAiuEL MAY Academy Notes Several of our boys attended the ball game at Campton Monday LucySweeneySunday Joseph Estep left for his home last Monday tt see his brother whom he has not seen for six years He will return the last of the week The girls H B literary society gave u program in the chapel Moo day evening at 600 oclock A large crowd attended The H G A ball team went to Campton Monday and defeated them by a score of 21 to 8 Long pItching ceedingly well The Campton boys treated us well and we hope to re turn the courtesy when they visit us And laft but not least was that tempting dinner set before us by the St Cloud Hotel peopleNICK I ii Every family and especially I those who reside in the country I should be provided at all times withu bottle of Chamberlains Liniment There is no telling when it may be wanted in case of an ac cident or emergency It is most excellent m all cases of rheuma tism sprains and bruises Sold by all dealers Complaint has been made to us that some one above here is polluting the river by putting saw dust in the stream rendering it i unfit for stock to drink and kill ing the fish They say the water has an inky blackness and that horses refuse t drink it We haye no idea who the party or parties are but we understand there is a heavy penalty for the act and nope this wilt be a warning to those concerned The attention of the proper authorities be he game and fish wardeh or county judge is directed to the mutter and for the sake of people who enjoy fish ing and those dependent upon Red river for stock water the evil may be stopped For Sale or Rent Gocd fourroom cottage and lot containing onehalf acre in the town of Hazel Green Good barn and necessary outbuildings Good water and fruit For particulars apply to GEORGE P DYER Hazel Green Ky Lexington April 11 1910 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Dear Sir Here are soma gourd seed and very funny ones too I dont know where the seed came from that produced the gourd this came from unless it sprang from Jonahs gourd that growed in a night and died in a night You can raise six different kinds of gourds from those seeds green gourds ripe gourds longnecked gourdst ed gourds If there are more seeds than you want just ask the person you give them to what kind of gourds they waut to rais Truly yours A FRIEND iiHAZEL GREEN HOTEL HAZEL GREEN KIJ TAYLOR DAY Proprietor ASA B EWIHO Manager Table best the market affords Rooms well furnished and pleasant Best Sample Room in town LIVERY STABLE in connection to accommodate the traveling public Careful driver and good vehicles RATES liEA80NABLE fft i Jt The Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 Sears has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since Its infancy Allow no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What iis CASTORIA Cast rfa is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Boric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens arUceaThe Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS S9 Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC IMTAim COMPANY TT MUNHAV mCCT NCW YONK con 111TIH WATCH THIS SPACE j 111 11- t t t J Taylor Day i i i W will tell you all about it R u Next Week iii I I1t STEP INTOd I MISS FALAY LONGS d a a Millinery Parlors 1 404 d 4 and examine her 404 da o NEW SPRING LINE a tl a nOrada I Ladies Hats Ladies Furnishings 4 Notions etc etc a 0- vg o g oaoa oo 00u- p KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of lfazrll Green and vicinity that they have just received uinguifictnt line of LADIES S ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces fine Drees Geode Dry Goods Notion SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite nllpecriooI hjJI ri rCa AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY t TilE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO 4 The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 s i Popular in Every State f The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade morn popular than at any period of its remarkable carter ItIII is now read each week by more than million people Its field is not circum scribed br State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right of claim ing to be the greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family newspaper The one object of its publishers has always been to make it fit 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Undivided Profits 1 17OOOOUO Handsome Deposit of over i 1 950000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus e Incas men generally throughout East era Kentucky and often its custom era every facilityand the mOlt liberal term within the limits of legitimate banking Ioct2ly 4A aI FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREESEverything ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN ONE MILLION STRAWBERRY PLAN- TNolgeita Free Catalogues H F HILLENMEYER SONS I LEXINGTON KY Ifl FuRsltMwl Futkn Tallow Bawwu Clue Ce1d3eaitYeDor Rc Mq A U Wild CIaote We an daakni rubt6ed i S6ofist caarr is LnomBc tad CM do betterfor youth Ban at aiaerc6e Rdcmcc- aay Bui ia LcumDa Writ lor watUr Pic lid aad ilipia lafb N abel Ili Sens ZIILUtIL LWISYIUE KY GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 26tf GEO RICE KILLmz COUCHAM CURE THE LUNC8 F KingsNIW PRICfURT g All ALL TNMIT AlllWllTIOUIlES SATIBFAOTOBOSYOi3i FARM FOR SALE 0lesslyingcreekknownr Allfencedgood timber andpeariyaUcleared land in grass Lorchard everlasting fine water 5room dwelling boMe hall and porches also Unrtydaybargain Powoiiion given Jana juyt 1f 1910 Fur firtker PlrtUjMa dr LU1YOU Ltcy j IprJA1Ill- i j iYrc t STILLWATER Rev Robert J Rose Sr ie very poorly at this writing with something like la grippe Rev Jeff Brewer came up from his logging job on Copperas in Menifee county Thursday and returned Saturday Boone Tyra recently traded a bay horse and 90 to Dr B D Cox of Campton for a nice span of matched 2 year old mules ulyIlug with his brother S H Rose at Stillwater recently moved to Lexington where they will make their home Dave Wells eon of Jeff Wells and Letha Rose a daughter of Jim Ross Jr were married at the lat tbrs residence last Wednesday Rev Jim Rose Sr grandfather of the bride joined the pair together Your correspondent would re spectfully ask the editor of TILE HERALD to pardon him for not sending any items for some time but the serious illness of hid wife and mother for two months pre vented his gathering the news The board of education in the 6th subdivision met at S H Poses store Saturday arid N L Combs tendered his resignation as trustee for subdistrict 1 which was accepted and the board ap pointed Roe Bank of Laudsaw to fill the urexpired term Last Friday night while your correspondent was entertaining J H Hager and daughter they were startled by an unearthly squalling or screaming Rushing out to in vestigate they found the house dog baying at something up a nearby tree Firing his gun the object fell to the ground and though se verely wounded at once attacked the dog which was larger than the fightItto be a catamount about three feet in length April 11 DOMINGO Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets assist nature in driving all impurities out of the system insuring a free and regular con dition and restoring the organs of the body to health and strength Sold by all dealers SRaleigh TOLIVER Stamper was calling on J Miss Cora Weaver Sunday H S Stamper attended meeting at Trimble Bend Sunday A B Landrum has been on the sick list for the past week Olen Motley was a guest of A B McNabb and wife last Saturday night Mrs H S Stamper was a guest of O W McNabb and family last Sunday and Quick Cure No Bad After Effects Our Terms Every Patient is Our Guest Our Treatmentis No Barred Doors or Windows BMtttW Plata Rest KIn ers ITMT Ivfmmwt Willie Clark and family were I guests of A B McNabb and wife SundayMiss Bertie Clark was a guest ot Misses Mattie and Lorn a McNabb Sunday Miss Aquilla Haddix was a gues of Miss Emma Landrum Sunday eveningMrs Rhinda Ely who line been visiting her parents H C Haddix and wife for the past two weeks left for home Friday I A Sunday school was organize at Sand field last Sunday Tlie will be Sunday school every Su r I day morning at 9 oclock Every body invited April 11 CHEYENNE MURPHY I Say correspondents who was President 50 years ago J C Murphy of Mt Sterling was in this section buying cattle T K Murphy purchaped two heifers from Asa M Nickell for 00 Rev A F Agar of May town preached an interesting sermon at Ezel Sunday J D Henry and son Ezra took in the horse show at Hazel Green last Saturday Mrs Emma Henry of Grassy creek was a guest of G C Nickell and wife Friday Roy Murphy and family wo guests of J D Anderson and fa ily Saturday night Geo Nell of jPekin hrs moved his saw mill to Ezel to saw ties audto lumber for J F Havens I Miss Ada Hensley who nan he staying with J F Cox an Elder visited homo folks recently Clifford Nickoll of Malone w i visiting his parents J S Nick I and wife Saturday and Sunday Leonard Murphy who I attendi ing school at West Liberty was visiting home folks Saturday and SundayThe Sunday school which w organizedat Ezel last Sunday I1BI progressing nicely with J S Nick A social was given the your folks at Mrs Hiram Patricks Sat urday night A large crowd attended and all report a nice tintt Deputy Sheriff Luther Piern and Squire S S Dennia went to Cambridge Ohio lust week andj arrested D S Rose late of Ezel and brought him hack fo We Liberty to answer td the charge Il obtaining money under false pre tense Rose was released by nla I apIe i April 11 GUESS Subscribe for the Herald 5100 j I We desire to call jour attention to our Sanitarium treatment for the cure of Whiskey Morphine Opium Cocaine and all drug habits We send out no flume Cures None of them arc a success Every one must come to our Sanitarium where we are specially prepared to handle this class of diseases and where we guarantee a perfect cure in every case within ten days to two KM THE HALLEY COMET j j It May Now Be Seen By the Naked EyeWhere To Look I Halleys comet is now appronch ing rapidly according to Wash- t legion scientists and with favor I abh meteorological conditions can I be seen with the naked eye It will be visible all through Apriland will be at its brightest in May at1 pining its maximum brilliancy on i May HI- lh080 who desire to have a look j takingrereup a position directly it outlSirius the dog star iow down on the horizon on your left hand side Take a perpendicular line from this until you come to the constellation of Gemini orIThe Twins one above the other Mid way between these the comet pass ed in October last going to the right on through the constellation of Taurus to the two planets Mars and Saturn both high up in the southwest Planets do not twin kle and moreover Mars is possess r edof a distinct reddish tinge The comets path lay between these two last month and the comet itself will be found some little distance to the right An easier way probably to find Mars and Saturn will be to take a line to the right from the top star of- the Gemini at uu angle of about fifteen degress till you como to refive little stars all clustered to PleiadesmContinue the line at an equal die tunce and you will find the planets question The above position of the stars refers to the time di Iteviewed say two hours later all the stars will have moved to the right and Mars and Saturn will be hUe west There should be no worry as to possibilities of asphyxiation should the tail sweep the earth It has happened several times before with other comets but no one was the wiser till after the occurrence It I allIspective weights may be have the power of diffusion or of mixing up- I onegthinks of the immense distance the tall has to traverse before uyguaeaconpoaingttj so as utterly imperceptible It will be perfectly safe to say however that thereto no likelihood offreaching sur face There are no authentic rec coinkj i ietof it ever having done so and since its last two appearances tend ed to show that its tail was dimin ishing so much the more remote will the chance bf reaching j this time T I NO NO PAY I weeks for the liquor habitand for the drug habit two to three weeks Our trentment is painless and baimlets We do sot care bow much jcu n e or how long or rem what cause Tte can cure you to stay cured HERE is OUR UNPARALLELED PKOFOSITION We will take any case of Drug or Liquor addiction cure them bear all faffiffg while the patient is here such as treatment boardroom and attendant and not exact one cent ccajencatiin until the patient is cured and ready to return home We do Dotend home upWhencravingorwhatever Our patients gain flesh sad strength from the very beginning If we do not cure you itcosta you nothing to you see you have everything to gain and nothing to lose A tar ail IMffi us an7- t Women Suherf Y much needless pain when they delay using Card for their female troubles Cardui has been found to relieve headache backache pain in the side and dizziness arising from deranged organs It does more than relieveif used persistentlymany have written to say that it cured theme TAE 1 I i It Will EelPYouJMrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured me after doctors and everything else had failed I had been suffer i ingwith numb spells ever since I was 16 years old One day I saythat a long and fair trial topButAT ALL DRUG STORES Ii THE H COMPANY Inc Kentucky 1 a WHOLESALE Dry Goods + and I Always in stock a well selected linerOrders filled promptly aid witt im THE HAZEL GREEN BANK I Capital Stock Paid In in Cash 1500i 01 1201IndividualTotal 312Mr The Follnuinj is a IUt of Stockholders Who Own nail Control K K t Veil tiirmtr Hazel preen j H E Oney lumber mfr Rose Forkff J 1P Ln f former hazel GreenMrsI Susan A Campbell Hazel Green f J It Klkino farmer Iexie I M S Campbell Hazel Green IIL A Ku li tanner iillmore iJ K Wilton live stock dealer Darcboro 10 W licitI ftinier Hazell Green F H Smith banker New Castle lieu Murphy farmer Hazel Green Mrs Mury E imitn New Castle J K Pitrun tanner hazel Green T MI Lee farmer Hazel Green J S Kittvnhou mine owner hazel Green C S Sample farmer Hazel Green F 311 Ihillips farmer Hazel Green R Jl Iatlon Hazel Green- J 1 XII Cecil farmer Hnzel Gr ellJT Whaley carpenter hazel GreeniJ W Cecil farmer Mt Sterling Mrs E J IlittenLouse Hazel A Hoffman insurance Ml Sterling Mrs T M Lee Hazel Green W L Hurst lawyer Campion Mi s Lula M Evans Swords Creek Va 1 K F CECIL PRESIDENT J S lUTfEN HOUSE VICE PRESIDEJIT- Ji 3 IL PATTON CASUrEItII 1I iIk t fURS JOHN WHITE 00 AND HIDE wfsr MARIE WAR taraa ha Talip- stoiYtaaeatkater KftTABLISHBB LoursIILd a + d jMorphinej Permanent are- Reasonable superintendent CURE KRISH Catlettaburg Notions Ittd Trained i Fine Service E 1 Excellent Table Well Furnished Well l Rooms s 5 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 most constant and cour attentionWe to the Farmers National Bank and any buii t caBplaceanytionsqM tsatisfactionY you fully give you any Information If you have any reason to doubt that we can not do what we satisfactionIf zr youRememberWrite us for terms stating history of your case as nearly as possible k Your very trulyI a HORD SANITARIUM SHELBYVILLE IND t 1 licaii i tiJlIt w t Nursesn ti and Ventilatedi ne PHo Vkm UfMr ml BTH artgyM WHIrAHiihMiilif i t r 7