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O p tat t HE AZEL REEN HERALIl0 Established March 4 18B6 Made Famous lathe Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max O KeU 0 1srpwonlri andomr n The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentuck t Mountains 100 a Year in Atom 11 TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 21 MHO NUMBER 43 11 liington and Eastern Railway IIr Time Table in Elfect Jnne 21 1SOS ed WEST BOUNDcn rji oi rvo o STATIONS laiyex Uailyand Mimlay tt i uuday5uudu IInlyIfIf AMlAf IMLv I Jackson II 6 lOuui 2 JO Ipi Wau OtKJuact b IfUl 2 pw lj Ulll I 1 Beattyve Jcl 7 1IoW d 111 purlatu Torrent J011I11 3 II pw 1 I nlu I Campton bamNatJIJl 7 It KW i13 a7 1u I IIW 6lsutoui I IS tin 11i 111 ot aul I IIi Clay tity1 b Saw I 4 L5 pmi tetYaw- k LtEJnucn 9 UUaw 5 1 IlL Ht3 aw k Wineheatert I awIo 20 Un ttuLa nlu uwLertoui t EAST BOUND i N o 4- Daily e11srAT10NSt I Daily and II- i tlaaday I Sunday r PM LveA Lrt i 915 pin U J 3b lUll l 38 pill UjLexmgtonj20 b 13 lUll 24S pill Ii s1o 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OKJunction 0 11 15 U5LI EAST BOUND No3F No22 Daily ex4 STATIONS 11 Daily e- Sandayi ISunday F1 i15L1vrbi I Cannel Cityj OI 1 W 12S 6 1 17 fe 7 45 211Helchawa 11 123 8 21 13 1 44 837 20 151 925 IOjWilhuut 22 225 I 9 30 OIJacksolli2 2 30 t Noi21 and 22 will wake close connectioi fpifftf way AI L CONLEY f Superintendent WOUlllaiIl central Raumaa c3No 1 No 2 fARRloEf4 it No2 No1 1i ARRIVE DEPART I 7 30 amCarapn JunclO 05 am I 3 30 pmCampu June 4 40 pm J The Mountain Central makes t connection with all L E pas k longer trains Ifl B F BOLJN- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and counties that be carri aline of Uoffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away styleWSpecial supplied on 24 ours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones DAYHOUSEHazel JCrf XOV DAY Proprietor t table tare fn Easters Kentucky A B MBpJe room connected Heated NA Abyas throsgboet aU apeclat s a iwtgtnlytlfvgrtj ico 2F w ffiomthj 1 etUS BELKNAP Born to the wife of Bob Oditt recently a girlhSouth Haddix who has been in Georgia for some time line return homeJ Miller has been tiP on the rf ek taking up ties and doing other business i lrnleMrs Stieman but we tailedtlearn tthe priceII Visa Reheccn Burton who bus been visiting her sister on Mill creek has returned home Lewis Bach nnd family of Hor cnse passed llflrl htoA good crowd of our boys and givenbyJames H Crave and wife from Burkhart passed through here H moving to the mill on the headof the creekSApril 18 CORKER Your tongue is coated Your breath is foul Headaches come and go These symptoms show that your stomach is the trouble To remove the cause is the first thing and Chamberlains Stomach and Liver t Tablets will do that Easy to take and most effective Sold by all dealers BLACKWATER We are having plenty of rain and fear frost S Sunday school organized at this place Sunday Willie Bryant made his usual call up the creek jj- J C Bryant has gone to Mt Sterling ou business Miss Lizzie Murphy who has been visiting near Mariba return ed home Sunday i The wife of Judge Nickell who has been very sick for some time 1is not expected to live littleidaughter spent Sunday with II B Little and wife near Flatrock Rtv Agar preached a very interesting jf sermon at Ward schoolII house Sunday to a large crowd Pearl Hays and wife of near Wellington visited their daughter at this place Saturday and Sunday Miss Gladys Clark and her bro ther Wisherd spent Sundaywith their grandparents J C Bryant and wifeII Frances Bryant called on grandmother Patsey herII I Tuesdry evening and reports aliiI enjoyable time Durcie Bryant and family have I moved to the farm on Biackwater i recently vacated W C Bryant who is now located in flay town The following partook of an ex collent dinner last Sunday with Bruce McClure and family D E Bryant and family MrsI Florence Rice and three children Warren Lane Dick and Holt Mills April 18 BLUEBIRD Prompt relief in all cases of throat and lung trouble if youI use Chamberlains Cough Remedy Pleasant to take soothing an I healing in effect Sold by allI dealers GRASSY Planting corn is the order of the day Corolns Chaney sold to Herbert Nickell three hogs for 15 Mrs Miles Fallen is visiting her daughter Mrs W V Oldfield Some of our young forks attend ed Sunday school at SundayYounger Davidson and Harlani Oldfield passed through here Sun day en route to NeolaIj l Q8Strawder Nickell of the place ji sold to Sydnay Bishop of Pekin j a fine pair of mules for 490 Mrs J W Taulbee and daugh ter Matilda visited relatives andI vrcfriend a Saturday and Sunday- Si3 Davfd Doyle Nickell- M t Wilson and Dana Nickell1 snoot a pleasant Sunday evening with Miss Emma Nickell MM H H Nickell and daugh- r Bewxe spent Friday and Sat fordaT with the familie of BillII Alexander sad Barlsn Nickell April If tY4 TMp fhill 11 a iII HELECHAWA l Farming seems to be the latest I thing on program- P E Gullett and wife were visiting f the formers parents at Ca ney Sunday IIHI over Sunday Misses Lucy Sweeney and Lizzie i IITurnorIIII Maude and Pearl Gullett enter a good crowd Sunday All report a fine time Mrs John Elam was visiting hor mother atCanno City from Monday until Wednesday Mrs C A Xickell passed thru en route to visit her daughter Mrs Anna Wilson Mrs Mattie Burton of Cannel City culled to see her sister Mrs Ann Ililsoulledaesday Miss Lizzie Dykes a student of G A was visiting the place we call Home Sweet Home over unday Mrs Arzilla Bach and daughter Eliza Arnett of Montgomery are visitingI friends and relatives in our town Miss Carrie Center of 1ltzeJIl Greni was visiting her aunt Mra Georsje Trout from Saturday until Monday JJ B Hollon visitedi his mother nod sister MrsI Amanda Hollon and Mrs Malissti Combs at Hol lonsville Sunday and Monday- L D Nickell of Daysboro was calling on his host l girl Bessie Hollon Sunday Youre not inI the game Ohio man Hurrah for L Dll There was meeting at our school house Sunday morning and Sunday night by a colored preacher but we havent yet learned his name A large crowd attended Misses Clemma aud Minnie Old field the most charming belles of Middleboro were visiting their cousins Willie Davis Saturday night returning Sunday Mrs G A Hollon and mother Mrs P A Wilson called to seethe infant of Mrs Anna Wilaou Tuesday It has been very tick for the past few days but is im proving now April IS Fux AXD MISCHIEF The Demon of the Air is the germ of la grippe that breathed in brings suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness nervousness lack ofnp petite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Electric Bit tern the splendid tonic blood purifier and regulator of stomach liver and kidneys Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore health and good spirits after nn attack of grip If suffering try them Only 50c Perfect satisfaction guaranteed ball dealers LEXIE John Tnulbee was a guest of H L Childers and family Sunday Miss Ella Center of Toliver was visiting on this creek Sunday visd iting her Misses Cora and Joanu Ros were shopping in Hazel GreenI Friday Miss Miranda Spencer of Mala- ga is visiting her sister Mrs Wil lie Little their old Kentucky home Saturda evening Tom says there is no place like home Lemon Maloney was visiting hif Sato urday night and Sunday Mrs J H Trimble has been on the sick list for a few days but iis improving at this writing Dr A C Nickell and wife of Hazel Green were guests of J H Trimbe and wife Sunday A Mr Wellington ot H G A + spent Saturday night at the home of W S Trimble and wife Brace the little son of W Cc Trimble and wife his been very sick but is somewhat better A Mr Elkina and daughter in Jaw were visiting her daughter Mr John P Rose Thursday Tom Williami and family who hare beau ID Middltioirn Okw tor theS yeiJ 1sn4l 4 mk in Y i Misses Malho Byrd Gracie Wil liams and Robert Brooks took dinner with Asbury James and wife SundaySeveral from this place attended church at Laurel Sunday and re port a good congregation and good preaching J D Rose who is manufacturing his timber into ties and guar ter oak shut las mill down sut urday to go to farming People from Stillwater Gill more Grassy Hed river Hazel I Green and Daysboro attendedour singing school Sunday The sing ing class is tanking a suttees We invite everybody to attend The DrLockhartbird dog which was kept lby Jolla D Rose went madand disappeared going in the direction of town Thursday morn jilt It is said that someone tried to kill it but we do not know whether tthey did so or not April IS BERTIR Saved From the Grave- I had about given up hope af sufferingfromMrs M L Dix of Clarksville Tenn Often the pain in my chest would he almost unbearable and I could not do any work but Dr Kings New Discovery has made me feel like a new person Its the best medicine made for the throat and lung Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthma croup broil chitis sad hemorrhages hoarse ness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medi cine Try it 50c and 100 Trial buttles free Guaranteed by all dealers MALACA Ben Hurst made a trip to Green briar today Walter Turner is firing at the Loveland bund mill Marion Hatton is firing for the Crabtree Lumber Co James Tester spent Saturday night with Preston Hatton- Brchfield brothers sold some fine hogs recently at a good price John Wells has moved from Menifoe county to the bandmill Henry Taylor preached at the Hurst school house Sunday to a large crowd Henry Lyons went to Mt Ster ling recently on business and has not yet returned I busiIIHS5I We do nt know why April 18 SHAUPSHOOTEU The Call of the Blood for purification finds voice in pim plus hefts sallow complexion aj jaundiced look moth patches and i ofjliverj Life Pills make rich red XewII give clear skin rosy cheeks fine theny25c at all dealers MAYTOWN Farmers are glad to see the rain Miss Ruth Wills was a guest of Miss Pearl Crain Saturday evening Mrs Laura Stamper JI Stamper branch was in town shopping last Friday wasea guest of James Ingram and family Friday night Finley Murphy was visiting his grandparents R A Childers and wife at Jeffersouvillo recently beeyn working at J C Bryants past week came home Saturday Toliverswas at Mrs Frank Agars Satur day evening taking a music lesson Miss Margaret Ward who has been attending schcol at H G A 3 came home Saturday as there are measles in the school Dennie Pieratt of Frencbburg who has been visiting friends and relatives at this place for the past two weeks returned home Wednesday Misses Rutb Wills and Anna and Stella Clark and Staoly Mar phy were pleasantly entertained a B the home of MUi Bernie Sunday evening Misses Nancy Catron and Cordie Oldfield of Tcliver and Bollie Stamper End Courtney Penult irercjoeiU of LiU and OHi Hv pjij fhqrsdapjfht rC fj 8i i t jcls Twelve men and hove went fox hunting Saturday night They RllI say they had a good time but would enjoyed themselves bettor if the rain had not come upwhile they wen gone Say Blue Bird there are peo plo in this section who say that April llowers bloom other places as yell as in the beautiful city of Maytown It tH tint such a largett city but it iiIwled for Its goodtt people and pretty girls and boys Quite a crowd tok dinner with i Wiliiam Link us nod family lostI Friday Among thoso that were present were SHHO of the oldest folks in tills vicinitr Aunt Nancy Sirndling tIed 70 Mrs France lfs agd SO hint Rhoda Sample used SO Rv J F Wil son aged mItlS HAv F Agar andwife nod 1J T Grain and daughter Pearl All report a nice dinner April IS IlijicK EYES J STATE oc OHIO CITY OF TOLFDOqI I j ltCAS COISTY Frank J Cheney makes oath that he iis senior partner of the firm of FJ Cheney 4 Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and Gate afireHid and that said firm will pay the Mini of ONE I1PNDKED IOfLAHS forrachand every case of caw tarrli that van nut Ilie cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHE5EY Sworn to before me and nubacrihed in my J pre ence this Cth day ot December 1886 A W GIEASOX- SKAL Notary Public lIulllI Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly ou ihe blood and mucous xurticvs of the system Send for tcntiiDoni als free F1 ClnEYt Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take flails Family Pills tor constipation MURPHY FORK Miss Golden Murphy was a gueat of Miss Stella Swango at Pleasant Hull Sunday Mort Cecil and family spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Ella Perkins near Pleasant HillIEzra Henry of Blackwater and Miss Ura Murphy attended services at the Old Grassy church Sunday Old Hiram Greer of Pekin the renowned fiddler was among his relatives and friends on the creek Saturday and Sunday In answer to the Murphy correspondent will say that James Buchanan was President 50 years ago But if he wants to know what our Presidents name was 50 years ago it was William Howard TaftJohn and Bon Murphy and chil toIWhen ready to toss the line into the gentle stream heavy clouds came nod a terrible rain fell and the end J3 Pieratts and John Mnr phys renters instituted a strike They laid down their hoes picked jlup their fishing tackle and putI in on the river bank Rev Green Brown was the lotder CfI the strikers The writer was the recipient of a large pipe The cob is six inches in depth and the stem is a long oneyou light the pipe in one anotherTheHenryfthanks good people for the big smokerThe creek was quiet Sunday no sweethearts no girls no nothing all a blank How sweet and calm this Sunday seems No gossips in the air Where Oh where are all the boys And girls Oh tell me where Pne showed up late in the day April 18 POET Diarrhoea should be cored with out loss of time and by a medicine which like Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy not only curse promptly but pro daces no unpleasant after effects It never fails and is pleasant aud safe to take Sold by all dealers SELLARS Say Toodie dont let the Daysboro news stop W W Phipps made a business trip to Caoey Saturday Mrs E J Long visited her ais ter Mary Phipps Sunday wedBRichard Mn A H Burgess Sunday Kelly Nickell of Milt visited hifl parents on Ganey Saturday J vwf Tijrton pvtkttMU AM watch pf W WPbigpsTue4ay v tIj fiLoP Charlie Dykes of Neola called on Mollie Skeins Sunday evening photographeris ou Caney Mrs Allie Long visited her grandfather A G Testerman who is quite ill G B Phipps the photographer of Demund was doing some work on this creek Sunday Aunt Betsy Blankenship is still ahei J Quite a crowd of young folks was pleasantly entertained by Miss Maude Gullet Sunday Rev W L Lacy of Insko delivered a fine sermon to a large crowd at Salem Sunday Eliza Harper and sister Aman da Custle called on Mrs Emma Wilson Thursday evening Rennin Osborne and wife and little son Clarence spent Sunday evening with Miry Phipps A nice rain fell Tuesday and made everything look nice and gave the farmer a new hope W W Phipps purchased a wagon load of fiiif corn from W B Graham of near Cannel City A H Burgess purchased a fine gray mare from Bob Bartley of Blackwater for 100 Saturday Steve Byrd nod Rufus Nickell were teen on Red river Sunday I wonder what could be the attraction Another bee tree was cut in this vicinity You see we are not going to be without honey as long as the bees hive Mrs J C Perkins aud son El sie visited her daughter Allie Fletcher at Daysboro Saturday and Sunday Prec Wilson Holly Osborne J C Perkin Rennie Osborne and a few others have been peeling tau bark for Tipton Son Marion Walters is seen going to Cannel City every Saturday He must be supplying the people with fresh vegetables eggs and batter Three wagon loads of tan bark passed through here Saturday en route for Canuel City They were from the Blankenship timber job April 18 BlUR Mary Rasnick called on Mollie Wilson Sunday Bertie Byrd called on his sister Mattie Nickell Sunday evening Nelson Rose and wife of Gill more visited his uncle C Byrd SundayMiss Rose Phipps called on Mol lie and Julia Skeins Saturday arid SundayChad Wilson visited his brother Morris Wilson Saturday and Sunday Ollie Nickell and family called ou Noth Hollon and family Sun day last South Stamper and Mr Jenn rig were in this section looking for a mill site- Boone Collinsworth called on his brotherinlaw S P Wilson SaturdayMrs Jane Long visited her daughter Mrs Lizzie Oldfield Sunday evening Mrs Bessie Couley and little son Willie are visiting her sister Mrs Sol Spradling at Cannel City Amyx Stamper and brother Clarence who have been working in the log woods for the past week visited home folks Satuiday and SundayApril 18 LILLY Chamberlains Stomach andLiv er Tablets assist nature in driving Ylteminsuring dition and restoring the organs of the body to health and strength Sold by all dealers Hindsboro 111 April 1110I Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky You will find enclosed 1 forthe dear old HERALD as we can not do very well without it So love to you and all my old Kentucky friends I remain J M HENRY r B B No1 box 48 Shelby Neb April 12 MO KyDearorder for fifty cents for wblob please send o 1st BxiAfO sIL1 ttonlhs Yours rMjNMtftllr I MflWfK c f i r CiHEEnteredatthe Hazel Oreu oatceaaeeondclaaamauer It r SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY t THURSDAY April 21 1910 I OBITUARIES iBints of f I and Cards of Thanks 1 most be paid for in advance to insure pub lIcatlontt i hisWOLFEI 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID B RKDWIKE Judge THOS C JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty i J C LINDON Clerk Meeta third Mondav in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septa m her WOLFE COUNTY COURT IIWI 8 GSAMPLE County Atturney wilMeetsWOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tnes ay in Octobert iDistricti in March June tepttmuer and Decern her District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February May August and NoI WtDistrictthdayvember tinDistrict No 5 Preston Holloo second I FriIday in March June September and cember District No6I W Combs third Friday HiDistrictday in March June September and cember tdyvember COUNTY OFFICIALS i GEORGE W SALLEY Sherifl AssessorJSuperintendentESurveyorJ COLONEL W J LAMPTON of Newyorkeatucky Writes a C of nub to the Editor To the Editor of THE HERALD Coming ae it does from a veter whose war experience is no id dream your editorial tribute to my military genius and so forth in THE HERALD of April 7th so pn me up with pride that I shall ha a to watt several months to be measb ured for my new uniform because if I had it made now it would hang on me like a bag of rags when I had got back to normal And I enlargingbecausedoubts about putting on that uniform I dont want to be too golD1 darned gorgeous and done up in all that glitter and gleam andtiara glamor I fear I would be Be sides I do not desire to have so much good clothes shot full of of holes as it would likely be if I wore it on the bloody field What would it is piithintoglory of Fifth Avenue the Lord only knows No doubt I would be arrested for disorderly conduct isinpformBe that as it may and all the bibypoeteditorial getfirstStsTresaary pr salaryColonel as ing I telencylehastenmay not be aware of my sinister purpose in making you this liber al offer but it is in reality to secure the influence of THE HERALD makinglarge a appropriation frorsapprpriationit See trip Again with my sincerest thanks and best wishes most cordially LAMPTONNew J psLANDSAW John Taulbee is ovthefluish eon j Rollin Combs have ia fom en reAcademvk enEmilyviiirjgled ay JD kliday- l 4jiyjrl K ar rt fr 3 j deputy sheriff 0 preparatory for ircuit court aOiyer Kash has been appointed enumerator for the Hazel Gr district and lett today Monday to begin his work HalIchurch at ace Sunday and report a good time Hon J M Tester has been vety busy for the past three weeks get ting ready for Circuit court John as he is familiarly known is the hustle all the time Charley Ruse of Hazel Green and Luther Murphy of Mt St buyTnIch for which they paid 9 and 91x ptookis beak again is now at work at trade at the bandmill and says is no place like Kentucky- J B Finch the hustling trader teamster and farmer made a flying trip to May town the other d and today he hauled the H ureen baseball team to West I i orty lrsT P Tackett and son John left for Carter county for a viand in the meantime Mrs Tsc- ll be under the care ofa doe or as her health has been very bad for some time The little son of William Dai is very low with pneumonia the little child of widow Mary King died recently and was buried in the graveyard on the farm of W H Chambers K M Halsev the ladies man seen going in the Direction of e Buchanan fork Sunday even ing We have been expecting give us some news for some time but it is not too late out soon- Everything is lively here nw mules cattle hogs in Dechigh price and the farmers seem appreciate these facts to llI extent that they are trying to util- Ize their farms for all there is in it Very little idleness and all hustling April 18 ANOV LEE CITY erTaylor Elam visited relatives Burkhart Sunday Miss Clara Wilson is visiting relatives at Simpson artm Pruitt of Bonanza was here recently on business Frank Lacy the cattle king of dapleCamp ton was here Friday on business fuaom on Miss Ethel Oldfield of Days born visited friends at this place recently Harrison Crase and Rev W H of Burkhart were In town on business the other day Hiram Bryant bought a nice uch cow from Calloway Sebas of Daysboro for 50 John Wilson sold a nice milch cow and a nice hog to Kelse Couch f Mize He received 4750 for the cow and 20 for the hogs The Sunday school at this p1 progressing nicely The writer prosperforthing that should be conductedjjQi every vicinity and parents should take an interest and attend which most sure to inspire the your Why not take your c to Sunday school instead of neighborhood which is sure to lead to some We are all teachers and What are you teach and preaching The man a little boy to swear ading him on the downward to hades Why is iti that a man that is wrecked himself iis so anxious to lead others to ruin April 18 SKIDOO SNOWDENVILLE L E Smith bought two ehoats Silas Ratliffe 1 W Rivers made a beet to Hazel Green Saturday purchasedfrom cowISam Smith has just bought of large work mules from Pieratt Mrs J C B Little and you Breckenridge of Camp fatherKa j Leon A McIntire wperintend of the mills at this place and f O BOM were in Hazel GOWeduetdayaAa tutu Taulbee bas movedI frog A P Tiffs to the torn ofr J A SItMe ke iDt 4 JJJlIlf1MfJ 4 F- I t rc C O Rose sold to L E Smith his pair of large mules and hoe bought from Sam Smith a very eiBenJames Trimble one of the bar at the Dixie Stave Lumber Cos withleer to his workinThe Dixie Stave Lumber Co has been taking advantage of the recent dry spell and consequent good roads to get some of its heavy isonthey shipped some of the Ilargest ship timbers over cut in this vi iuI Serfootcarriagabeltleseing eph Rose tract some of the finest timbers we have over had the leasure of seeing April 15 BANJO MURPHY Loring Nickell made a business trip to Mt Sterling The Ezel ball team will play heor Satordayic tiattleJ M Murphy was appointed cen diS1IMurphy and family Saturday are reSundayMisses Hattie and Maud Hat were guests of Mrs Mary Lou Ni ell SundayWW S Kash traveling ealeemrefor Bryan Goodwin Hunt is on the sick listDClay Wade Nickell visited I parents J S Nickelland wi from Saturday until Monday MottMies Margarete Ward who has foretthe past few months has return home thefactwith the farmers as you an hear the click of the planters an all directions Buford the little son of Sam Richie fell from a swing and severely hurt his head but nothing serious is anticipated April 18 GUESS JEFFERSONVILLE- at Buggy riding is the order of the day Sunday school at this place IBat progressing nicelyMSeveral cattle paused thru here en route to Mt Sterling market callingMiss on ay slightsWill Cartmell of West Liberty + was calling on our merchants last MondayMiss Eversole was calli on Miss Grace Childers Suu morning Fmley Murphy of Maytown is visiting his grandparents R Childers and wife at this place Misses Emmet Richardson a Stella Townsend of Silver Rid attended Sunday school at place Sunday Miss Neul Trimble who been visiting relatives at Cam go for the last three weeks has returned to her home ceMrs Clemma Greer wife of Ed Greer died Thursday April 14foiher home She bad been very It with consumption and was Btri en with paralysis Wednesday She leaves a husband and five em boys We all join our sympathy andfjKelly graveyard near this pia for interment There were abOntars ceary fifty buggies in the procession April 18 BLUEEYED ROSE Liberal Terns largestISI who are operating 75 stores in the United States all selling on t i origiual plan of no money down and the easy payment of 1 eachI weekI just received a comp line of Samples for the Spring a Summer seasons which will iin elude an extended and elaboratevariety of colors HaasCall on or write and I will serve you at the earliest date I BURNS ELAM Agent Lock box 5 Hazel Green Ky aOur Ageiti wake 50 a Week Belling new process water color portr and gold frame Costa 90cta comp SamplestonOhio W made is one day We are the Iatg Jpicture t worldOnety 3re as reference and we will ex steadyhonorablear bwiBMlJultabliabed263eara We not ia the picture aad frame trustWe Waal honorable tratattrortlly 0rcisttIIH- r JJoWNI j JfJ1ftJ If MI riaI ji 1 jTG A Mississippian writing to Home and Farm in regard to a good cough remedy says Take ght or ten drops of kerosene Id8coal oil in a tablespoonful of whisky night and morning twice a day It it acts too freely on the bowels take less oil It is claimed will cure consumption if taken time Do You Get Up Backeek3 I Sidney Trouble Makes You Miserablet I Almost everyone knows ofDrhilmer wamoRoot the great kidney liver and remedy of its able health restoring properties Swamp Root almo everywish in ove coming rheumatism pain the back kid neys liver bladder and every part of t urinary passage n nnhiHt tIttu un hold water and scaldingpain passing bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often maningj J Y I nightSwampRoot for everything but if you have kidney livtr or bladder it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thoroughly tested in private practice and has I proved so successful that a special ar rangement has been made by which allI aders of this paper who have not al ady tried it may have a sample bottle tellingrky1bladder trouble ading hen writing this mentionJJ offer nd in your this bladder cause remark fulfills in in trouble I r Khmer Co llimo IbwVmpEccb fitycefgby rat all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress + BingbamtonN Yon every bottle eaSELIM This finely bred combined harness aud saddle stallion will make the season of 1910 my baru iu Dnjsboro at the low price of 5 TO INSURE LIVING COLT oney due when the mare proves in foal or bred to another horse or jack or tradedI away and n lieu on the colt will be retain ed to secure service money SKLIM 5s a dark chestnut sorrel 1C hand hindfeetwairedsaddieuj mare by Golden Chief combined horse DEMPSEY ngThis fine young jack will make the sea atyi TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on same conditions as those of the horse inAiis out of II lack Mammoth jeunet and by Sam Browns lied Dempsey Breeders wbo UdAllseen him pronounce him II model lack possible taken IatoFarm of 200 acres more or less I lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Crney farm All Someklland in grass Large orchard over dwellLingl tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be offered at a Janue 1 1910 For further particu itRj Rare UDDD1III1i1 consistbeI garden and outbuildigs One of the GreenAlsore anythinge furndand stock of materials and supplies also- quipped with power and machinery Will sell all together or separately For further particulars call on or ad ROSEISEWELL C MUSE ifNotaryI ateSTILLIVATER KY I sad0enhisprofessional ofolfe ofsH maTUve papers to execute Ifl Office at his resilience on Stillwater S DR O H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY hie i elqUaedlrrreaodiajaoKld p krflilNUI 0 I4 I y i l MAPEL TROY IVIILLI ERS Our Spring and Summer line of Goods and Millinery is now in stock Wo have a beautiful line of Hats t something that iis sure to please you Those have y boon selected with great care j someapretty selections in Dress Goods Wash Goods Silks beetc etc We also have a pretty lino of ReadyMade Waists rtSkirts and Underwear all at reasonable prices F Call and see us We will take pleasure in showing throughIt r SPRING MILLINERY OPENINGii MARCH 23 to 26 L IAZELGREEN ACADEMY Mountain School of Christian Womans Board of Missions w tAAextends throught the Winter and Spring Terms SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 200uFor further particulars address M 0 CARTER t1- D J IICKEllProprietorj of Hickeys Cafe II4I I No 224 W Short Street IE Lexington Kentucky C3rC w Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING STEP INTO r CECIL BROSand look through our new line of SPRINGand SUMMER GOODS intLINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS r We have a full lino of Prints we will still sell at Pi 5 Cents per yard I JitJ II I jIWE ALSO HAVE WALL PAPBB t X ito i oJ J i rl HI HjQ 1 I ecw it + ti l i r Freefrom I I a AlcoholreSince May 1906 Ayers Sar siparilla has been entirely free Jj from alcohol If you are in j poor health weak pale nerv ask doctor about tak I i tliI alterative If he has a betterp medicine take his Get the best always This is our advice W publish our rormU1af w bull aleoot in AjTlJjerSI W A sluggish liver means a coated tongueL a bad breath and constipated bowels The question IsU Vint is the best thing to do under such circumstances Ask your doctor if this is not a good answer IITake laxative doses of Ayers Pills 0- xa4t by tli J C Ajr r Co Lowall aim THE HERALD Miss Virginia Day is confined to her room with rheumatism to Prof Lenix Swango and wife at town MSundayj Roger Bryan of Bryan Good win k Hunt Lexington was here Tuesday on his semimonthly visittl r WantedAt once 5000railroad ties delivered at Hazel Green Apply to J T DAY There were seyeralcommercial tourists in our town this week whose names we failed to corral atr Wanted Immediately 10 teams to haul1 hJoHNMiss Mollie Coldiron who i teaching at West Liberty came over Friday to visit home folks L j returning Monday morning Miss Rosa Coldiron attended thea Sunday school convention held a Stanton April 1518 She went as T a delegate from the Hazel Green Sunday schoolkSince Robert Cecil and Doc Kash left town ostensibly for Florida it has been learned that their grips worn each tagged for Middle town Ohio i The robins the blue birds and jI the small boy are attending to the jj worm industry at this season oft jj the year The latter uses them principally to feed to the fishes I i Bro Ragan filled his regular ap i i pointment the Methodist churchI j here Saturday evening and Sunday morning The illness of his moth er prevented his filling his last ap pointmeut Gillmore correspondence came twentyfour hours too late to be of any use last week and please re member to address all letters ex cept personal ones to THE HERALD They will receive more prompt at tention The Republican Congressional committee of the Tenth district will meet at Mt Sterling Satur f day 23rd inst for the purpose of- tt fixing the time place and manner t tof nominating a candidate from I l this district r f Billy Welch representing the f Paris Milling Co Paris and a 3 Hr Hurt representing Zarings y Mills Richmond were here Tues I day and thru them it was learned i that flour has declined 25 or 80 I tzz cents on the 100 praads lastre jr Retting out their paper with a one JU1 legged printer a onearmed editor Jr and his wife away on a visit TheI s editor got his hand caught in a jobI 4 press and is laid up for rep- airsCASTOR J I I CfldliraI ii i Bwurs the f natur of- r r A company of state militia known as Co L 2nd regiment+ iVu organized and mustered in rWest Liberty last week with H G Cottle captain J P Haney ii lieutenant and Andrew J Thecompanymut i Clay Lawson who was last Sep tember sent to the penitentiary for killing his cousin W P Lawion f parolfr emergencyiawaonopoi cit ib wilt ypboM Pastore- r H d1 r- F IRobertIi DooKashtour of iuvNstigafiou Their ob point IS Keystone Park is embraced in a lot of land cently cleared and owned by syndicate townThe which now wants to aII I fromTampaulatiou That whole country is a i a patch and by intensive cul vation the yield of the land is1 One acre of beans netted the grower 1800 and aujij in i cropsfoura year brought the owner 5164 will possibly buy if indica suit them but if not they investigate the lands near Ohio th + location in which Jack Rittenhouse and John Schuler live and may be buy there They will be gone about ten days two weeks Baptizian at Laurel Miss Nannie Brewer of THE HERALD household who attended the baptizing at Laurel church Saturday and subsequently visit edat her home told Our Man About Town that out of the 20I be baptized only four ot the candidates received the rite viz isses Dora Cora and Lida Creech Millard Brewer Rev Jeff Brewer did the baptizing in Big Laurel on Owen Coldirons farm There will be another baptizing he third Saturday in May when the other converts including three who joined the church Sunday will probably be baptized Late Arrivals at the Day House The following are late arrivals the Day House Dave Marks Chicago I E Mosabarger and driver Louisvile J K Cocker am Frank 6 White Sam Spencer and wife B F Bowling I Nh DIsHobbs and Grant Vancleave of Campton William Deal Ashland C Clark R A Day and C M McGuire May town B G Singer 1 William Black Louisville FtCartmell C C Maxey H C sRoseeudJeflhottlYeatLibertyJ ins London and Robert Brown Public Reading Miss Anna M Kennedy B S master of elocution from Musk ingum College New Concord Ohio will give a public reading at the chapel of the Hazel Green Acad emy Friday April 29 730 p m Subject Fifty Four Forty or possessesIin the country Everybody should igraep the opportunity to hear her on the above date Write Plainly In writing for publication d not crowd your lines too near to gether and write a plain bold hand It is not fair to the printer to crowd two lines into one in your manuscript Consider what you want to write before you be gin and then your pages will not be so filled with interlineations asI to resemble a patch work quilt For Sale or Ret Gocd fourroom cottage and lot containing cuehalf acre in the town of Hazel Green Good barn1 and necessary outbuildings Goodl water and fruit For particulars apply to GEORGE P DYER Hazell Green Ky Double Header There will be two ball Saturday one between Caine- City and H G A and one Le tween Campton and Hazel Green Admission 10 and 15 cents This is what Bill Nye said comets some year ago We should so live that we will not b a ashamed to look a comet in tb eye Let us pay up our newsp subscription and lead such lives comet strikes we readyA Some farmers were a few days ago discussing the cutworm when Riley Taulbee remarked They say cutworm make grasshoppers whereupon Porter Lacy repliedI I dont know about that but they do make corn hop Miss Florence Miller of that e academy faculty left Sunday for Stanford where she will deliver itan address before a convention of 11the Christian church this weeks Th judge o court remark d thatA mar who failed to read the pap re could not be a good citize- An be ought to have added an pa I for theme Jordan Wills whore illnMf fata loRi pI epp aIUc1 IRelettiln 1 Respect B plathethroughout Eastern Kentucky as an ed ucational center for the mountain peo pie who peak with one accord He baa done more for us than any other one manTherefore be it resolved First That the school over which he presided at his death has entered an ir reparable low the church a faithful andI persistent worker the mountain people true and faithful friend his wife a loving and affectionate husband his chil dren a kind and devoted father Second That It is with Bad and sor rowing hearts that we as a committee pen this tribute of love and esteem which all our people had for him and thatIwhile we are at a loss for words tr express to the family our sincere sympathy whicht we feel1 for them in their sad bereave ment we would refer them fur comfort to Him who heals the broken heart ant says Cast all your cares upon me Third That TilE HAZEL IBEEN HERALD be requested to print these resolu tions and a copy of same be sent to the family of the deceasedR LEXIX SWANGO JOHN WARD Jous M HosE J TAYLOR DAYCommittee A Triiite In Verse Te PreL Cord goneWith sad IYferhaps for the best yet there are none Know why the useful ones ate calle IIaaway There was no warning of the sudden death No suQering left its mark upon his brow The lightningsbreathThe voice from heaven only whisperedI now 0 There was a beauty in the death be died Aa of a soldier ou the battle field At dutys post was standing side by side Just at the moment when he had to yield Death claimed him where hed stood his whole life through j And touched the hearts of those who IassedII He blessed his way them with au influence trongII and true lIe lived a lite that is a life today Just as the ripples waver toward the shore in the deep is thrown11is life encircled more and more and more His heart of love reached oul to lives unknown Ah yes dear fellow student twas his life That had full way oer us in childhood daysWhen looked dark and climbing seemed a strife Our paths were brightened by his word- of praise He sought the weaker ones with words ofand love The strong at heart found him a ready friend The eia sick soul he pointed christ above For truth and right he stood toeerdefendI Two score and iix short years God let him live But ah that space was crowded with goo deeds Full many a year will spring the flowers- to JiveCA thought in memory of the long sown seedsCWe cannot see his face that noble face of yore Nor grasp with friendship strong hit hand againBut our hearts as neer before His life has made a mark yet left no stain Well scatter richest flowers around It i grave And at his head a monument shallrise Well dry onr tears for it was God who gave And now he lives with lint beyond the 0skies SUE OLIVE LONG Children cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA IBenjamin Perkins of Cannel CItywas a caller at TilE HERALD office Monday and left a subscription to help keep the pot abilinI He reported the death of Gaiter Testurtnan who dipd Sunday at elopelAda Ratliffe who hied themselves to Caney and were married Sunday by Rev John Morris Lost Dog paidlanyonemy bird dog Fred which left my place on the morning of the 14th of April Rather heavy built white fetw black specks over body very friendly and answers to the name 3of Fred Respectfully KyrRiley Taulbee our friend and fellow citizen has the thanks of the editor for a handsome dog wood walking stick as grubbed from the ground the root of which forms a natural handhold When finished up it will be a beauty Judge O P Carter and wife of Bonny and Will Cecil and wife of Grassy wore in town shoppi Tuesday and each of the ladies bought a handsome hat from Ili Falay Long DONT GET RUN DOWN Weak and miserable If yon have kidney or bladder trouble doll bead pain dizn Iudldhero care Itnever fails We have many UftisionUlJ from gtatefal people rtYolyIrued this woaderfal remedy Aa a tor k tea eo uJ uk toe xvtbar Qrs- AVRULUF IJIII at ArvpjM or cwt 111 n 1 1mTJIIIsLY T KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefmlly Collated and Caiciielyl Cue clei 0The city council of Paris raised the saloon license from 250 to 1000 a year I It is thought many of the cheap dogger els will quit businessII County Attorney McPJain of Herd T son county has taken the position that all paupers must be sent to the par house He says he finds EO law for sup porting them outside The Pendletonian published at Fal having recently completed its eighteenth year came to our exchange table last week in an entire new dress andmuch improved in appearance The siz year old daughter of Charles Hazelit of Louisville while praying around the yard stepped on a piece of glass and cut her foot so severely that she nearly bled to death before the flow of blood was stopped by physicians Acting Governor Cox refused to par don W H Back convicted in Menifee county of manslaughter and sentenced to serve two years in the penitentiary Gov Cox said he could see no good rea son why he should interfere with the case The fiscal court of Fleming county at recent session placed a houuty of 10 on each wolf killed in the county Doc Fans saw one prowling around his barn and killed it He took the scalp to Flemingsbnrg and the county judge paid him 10 There is a general sentiment among the Kentucky papers that Curt Jett should not lhe pardoned The Cynthi ana Democrat taytuJett might start another private graveyard before the prison couimi8sionere discovered be had backslid Better leave him where he in Mrs Walter Griffin wife of a cal miner at Dekoven in Union county horsewhipped Mm John Mitchell wifet of another miner Dire Grin almost wore out a buggy whip before she could he stopped She charged Mrs Mitchell with attempting to alienate her hus bands affections Lus ther Reeves a Bouibon county farmer his dOn Thomas Reeves over the settlement ofa pooled crop of tobacco the latter struck his father on the head with a rock crushing his skull Young Reeves assisted in carrying his father to his Lome and refuses to be comforted IiThe elder Iteeves may die Not long since we made mention iin local columns where some night prowler bad stolen all the meat out of the smokehouse of tbe widow of little George Rice near May town and now comes the Pendletonian with the follow- Ing story About the meanest thievery that can bt practiced at this time of pricreiethepurloiniagathogmeati a highest sense un pardonable and one that does irreparable injury to tbe one who sustains the toss yet withal what could be more tempting to tbe wouldbe thiefahuuger for the one thing with which be has not the cash to buymuchmore precious we were about to say than diamonds and rubies Barney Adams who resides with his family on the Marion Arnold farm near Gofortb has been an unforunate loser in this respect Last Friday night some one entered his home and relieved him of every ounce of meat in his larr derthree sides and a lot of jowls etc Mrs Jane Morris of Sand Gap Jack son county is 89 years of age and ha bad a total of 580 descendants of who ISi63 are living Mrs Morris has now liv ing 43 great greatgrandchlldren As is still vigorous and some of her descen dants in the fifth generation are sp preaching maturity she may see descen dants in the sixth generation Mrs Mor oria was born in Kentucky not far from Berea in 18Jl and was married at the age of 13 years Her husband died jus twenty years ago after fiftysix years married life From this one marria Mrs Morris had 15 children of whom 11 are living To these children 125 grandchildren were born of whom 97n are living The largest family was i this generation Mrs Sallie Morris Sparks a daughter of Mm Morris has ing borne 16 children From the 126 grandchildren of Mrs Morris a total of 891 greatgrandchildren were forthcnm ing of whom 817 are living Of great greatgrandchildren there were 48 of whom 13 are living Our Air Castles I builded a castle In the air pileragKarnak were By the thirsty shores ot the Nile btuie It wall were of burnished gold Which up from the caverns orocean gre Where pearl lay asleep in the cold a IU windows were gems wltb the gII I and the gleam Of the sun and the moon and the stars Like the eyes of a god io a Brahmins dream Of the load of the deodan It stood as the work of a master alone Whose marvelous genius had played Tbe mode ofheaven In mortar and stone tided tools of bis earthly trade b a castle in the air Prom iu bate to Iits ttrre crown S J stretelted Wry ksad to tottelL kite IWtits HI wa dlk falea111 J s Mme CASTORII For Infants and ChildrtB The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA TNC onrraun MBT nwTMM WTT 111 11i IIIWATCH THIS SPACE JR DayiiiI UI nt- tll 1 III will tell you all about itnn ktt 1 nrNext Wee I ffSTEP INTO 1 IMISS FALAY LONGS I Millinery Parlors 51 o and examine here NEW SPRING LINE I oOFti tII I Ladies Hats Ladies Furnishing tJi Notions etc etc KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise IAnDfunce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have justI received a magnificent line of I GEtTSII Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc I and tbat their general line embraces fine Drew GoodiDry GoodiNotl0rj II SELECT FAMILY GEOCEEIES etc I to vbicb tfe rIsrite Uwpactiot I 1 rt I q = 9 ft r ftJ II r I AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY THE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO The neat Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 t Popular in Every State The serentyfonrth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade more popular than f at any period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week by more than a million people Its field is not circum scribed by State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ol claim ing to be tire greatest national weekly news paper in the country Jhe Weekly Blade is distinctly a family newspaper The one object orits publishers has always been to make it fit for the Amer lean home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it isjkept clean andwholesome The news of the world Is handled in a com prehensive manner and the various departments of The Blade are edited with pains taking care The Household page is a de light to the women and children current affairs are treated editorially without preju dice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greeting number of fic tion lovers the Question Bureau is a scrapbook of information the Farmstead col umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium lor the ex change of ideas and information on farm topics No department is neglected 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 i HAZEL GREEN HOTEL 1 HAZEL GREEN KY J TAYLOR lAY Proprietor AlA I ETIItG Manager Table best the market affords Rooms well furnished and pleasant A Best Sample Room in town LIVERY STABLE in connection to accommodate the IpublicCareful vehicles i fRATES REASONABLE yt oo2ooat t Itae Winon8stofc Bantf WINCHESTER KY N H WiTHEBsrooN Pus W K SIHAR Cashier Paid Up Capital SIOOOOOOO Undivided Profits r 17000000 Handiome Deposit o- f68oyer1i i i 30000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchant farmers traders and bus iness men generally throughout Eastern era everyfacilltyandthemostliberalt- erms within the limits of legitimate banking loot2ly FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN ONE MILUON STRAWBERRY PLANTS No heats Free Catalogue H F HILLENMEYER k SONS LEXINGTON KYIj w Btu FURSHMesanal wtcmCOWSydowRoacMqppe dalrataiil j boneuvu 1 Ladtie etter frllll den ss s fir coao dow Raac urx1iaIi j 1 Be stlll4t ikraellublit LNMlflLLtVKr C GEORGE RID- EUNDERTAKER 4 J KYI 4 several myshop4 any style to order and on the moat 4 reasonable terms I also have 4 A Handsome Hearse 4 and will attend all bnrials when 4 isrespectfully 4 26tf GEO RICE 4 i KILL THE COUGH 4 4Ala4 4 mT Dr T law ismfJlC riZh TX II ri T M 111 K 4 A 4 it ff r OJ nFor THE HERALD 1 ROW TO APPEAR By James 8 Tester There is a great power in ap pearance And we are usually judged by the way we look and we usually look the way we feel Hut we can look and feel the way we like and also live in the men tal attitude we like Therefore discard every appearance of inferiority never think of yourself as inferior Never ap pear as if you were inferior The mind and body should be well clothed but especially the mind If we look common we will think ofourselves as common and lit who thinks of himself as common becomes common To look your best is not expensive Clothe your mind with the very best thoughts that will not cost you anything i and he na neat us clean and as presentable in person as possible Anything that tends to makes you reckless will weaken mind character and ability Make It one of your strong points to always appear your best both in person and in countenance And to appear your best you must think your best Think of yourself as a superior being he cause you are every individual is man ia marvelous far beyond the mind of anyone to understand Think of yourself as superior you need not think it aloud but think it to yourself every moment and know that it is true Know that the germ of greatness is in you then claim it as your ownLive and think as if you were somebody because you are Such thoughts if recognized as a real truth will not produce an extreme display of egotism He who has found his true great ness is quiet and reserved and seldom ever speaks of his own ability but his work speaks for himBut this assertion may seem a a little strange for we hear so many say when some else is solv ing problem that seems a little difficult 0 I can do that WhyJust became it 1 But know you have a mission in life that your work is important that the world needs you that you must do your best Be alive with the fact that there is something in yousomething- that the world wants something that you can do which is thor oughly worth while Be alive with the best that is in you then you will always appear your best yon will be judged ac cording to your full worth Make it a point to be happy no matter what comes or goes When adversity comes dont simply grin youhave Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad After Effects Our Terms Every Patient is Our Guest Our p No Barred Doors or Windows PkM sfor Beetitri t ttwu Irtrj Mstoi tersr 1fIV Cn 4 1I c c yourself that the all in yourself isI greater than any adversity thru out the world Meet difficulties with this ap pearance and all trials and tribu lations of daily life will become as rare sport besides so long as you retain your hajpiness you will re tain your power and all the pow er that you have is sufficient to overcome all obstacles conquer every adyersity and turn every circumstance to good account Ap pear as mental sunshine for it not only attracts the best without but causes the best to grow within We all prefer sunshine and are naturally attracted when a beam is n The simo is true of qualities and mental faculties Everything waits to be in sun shine everything thrives and flourishes when in sunshine No seed can grow in darkness And so it is with our mental power we can not think and feed our mind when in a state of melancholy But live in faith that the sunny side will prevail and in the midst of darkness know the brighter mo ments are at hand for the sun will surely shine again Learn to at tract the bright side ot things by a persistent desire fr everything that contains brightness sunshine and good cheer But above all be the very embodiment of sun shine voufself It not only brings happiness but increase Take two men of equal ability and opportunitythe one habitu allycheerful and the other habit ually morose in the world of progress the former will accom plish much more than the latter We all seek the sunniest souls both in society and in business The man invariably at tracts while the sullen nine repels And in the field of achievement the power to attract is a matter of very great importance But this is not tho only value of cheerful ness The cheerful attitude of mind is both constructive and cumulative It builds up the best and gathers together the best All good things come to those who up pear hapny and remember your appearance shows your condition Now wherever you go proclaim the gospel of good cheer look only on the bright side of life tuku I only of the nood qualities in oth- ersI and think only of those things that are lofty and true1tI Worse Than Bullets les811sutTering ton Me got in the army and j sufferedwith forty yearsUBut Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Iiwhen all else failed he writes i Greatest healer for sores ulcers boils burns cuts wounds bruisos and piles 25c at all dual ers Subscribe for the HERALD 1 j are a success Every one must come to our Sanitarium weere we are specially prepared to handle this this of difcsst and where UP A Bmtiftl evidence cheerful IBack to the Farm 1 Elam Ky April 14 1910 Dear Mr Cooper I will write you a few lines to tell you my ad dress is no longer Cannel City but Elam ao please send the dear old HERALD to Elam Ernest and I are tired of merchandise business and will try farming This is a beautiful country for farming over here The people are all so hospi table and nice and 1 am sure I will enjoy life over here I often think of Hazel Green and all the dear people ovor therp and will always remember with pleasure the four happy years spent among you I will always try to keep in touch with H G A and its good and noble work Iwits glad to hear through TUB HEUALD of tho success of my little brother Carl Pratt Lenix Swango and others in tho industrial department Most all of Eastern Kentucky thinks that the industrial building will be more benefit to the country than anything the C W B lI has placed there I was glad to hear that Miss Hines has regained her voice I was sorry indeed to road of Matlee Roses death Mr and Mrs Rose and their friends have my deepest sympathy I regret very much that I never was personally acquainted with your wife j Mrs Cooper notwithstanding I send her my love and best regards to all Hazel Greenjj Reap SARAH ELAM Every family and especially I those who reside in the country should be provided at all times with a bottle of Chamberlains Liniment There is no telling when it may be wanted in case of an ac cideut or emergency It is most excellent in all cases of rheumatism sprains and bruises Sold I by all dealersII My son cons der the hog He toils not neither does he spin but he is worth close on to 11 cents a pound on the hoof and he is getting so exclusive that pnly the very best circles are able to entertain i ejsurelknowsfirst thought the hog seems to be considerable of a personage but still he is only a hog and he really i isnt worthy of emulation Ther s j are a good many persons who adopt j his ways however and fatten on j what other people have gathered together Their ambition runs more to gross weight thus to qual ity and like the hog they are des pised A hog isnt worth a thing until be is placed on the market He serves no useful purpose while gathersthe symbol of greed and bad I manners has a bad disposition and j is a social outcast but he is sell lug at nearly 11 cents a pound and that is why ho is sometimes omulatedExchatI e i I NO in long jou tire or how We not send our bcmE II Jlb5itlIl wretk withJdo prism a to thrDIWhen our Fanit yon know on are fr areerfectl romp up or desire for either drug or liquor You are eating and sleeping yellend taking all craving medicineno hOOlewhitner Our patients gain flesh sad atrength from the very beginning If dowe not cure ityoucoat you aotbfng so you see you have rjtbiigto gain and nothing to lose Rest til Mi NO PAY I Jf Cardui is o safe naturalmedicine P It acts j i The Womans TonicJ spring fwas taken with female inflammation and consulted doctor but fo a no avail so t took Cardui and inside of three days I was able to 3o ivy housework duce then my trouble has never returned Try ife AT iLL DRUG STORES Ir THE H KRI5H COMPANY Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions Mays in stock a well selected lias Ortfin filM promptly ail will tinf THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Total 3120008 The Following Is a List of Stockholders Who Own and Control Itt F I GreenItf I I CastleII GreenJGreenE1 GreenJGreentv1I 1 + Creek Va E F CECIL 1UESIDKVT J S KITTEXHOUSE VICE PRESIDEST R U PATTON CASHIER JOHN WHITE COe AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PIKI rAID FOB SAW fIllS I AND BIDES- WooICnmmlaalca TOritafor Ustmen Honing tlifs ad ESTABLISHED 1337 I Louunnwa Ky u u rWe Give a Positive Cure for Cocaine Chloral and Al Drug Habits are- Reasonable Treatmentis CURE twoReeksweeksOurtrentmentispainl euredHERELiquoraddictiontOlldroomItndready Womans Friend femalailmentsanmorehalittleyoushouldwomenprepared andgives 1p4gUi writeCardui OtProfits00Individual ForkJGreenJDaymborooCastleJen GrtlnJ Our the finest the State and ladies need not about they by lady nurse We refer you the Bank and any business man city Upon place untie you with persons have cured who will answer any quea would letter from you our and held confid atial Write for terms your case Yours very truly HORD Ira ftRS Guaranteed Liquor Morphine treatmentfordrughabits Trained Nurses Fine Service Excellent Table a Well Furnished and Ji yj Well Ventilated j j Rooms J 1 I 1 I Sanitarium is in hesitate coming to UP as are attended a 1tcous1 to Farmers National or professional in in our application we can s correspondence we gladly If seekinea entireIatisfnctioncheerfullywhatwesatkfactionIfwe appreciate a Remember Sanitarium is private correspondence us stating history of as nearly as possible SANITARIUM SHELBYVILLE Tks ul11ra1Isare o iJ cc f