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Jtkff s a 4uu HE AZEI4 REEN i Bt0 Established March 4 1886 Made 1amous Inthe Story ofUJonathn nd HisContinentby MBXO uII Il == 0 1 5 aodOEdltor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year In Ahalc It J TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 8 1510 NUMBER 44 Melon and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect Jane 21 1908 WEST BOUND I 1 Sunday No5- 9TATIONSDailyezIDailyaudl Sundai only I AMLve PJLLveiAMLwe I I O 20 II Tlai urn Jiekeon Ii 10 am pt 616 d25pm 715 am OKJunct 11mII Jeattyre Je 7 e7 20 pm 754 am- 7orrent 7 3U am oil pm 81511w- Ital Bridge 7 45 am I13 56 pn Sti I1- Wcpton JD 7 48 am 67 pn S2s am Stanton 8 16 am 4G pm 864 utu Clay City 8 25 am I 36 pm 902 uw- LLEJancn 9 Wam 507 pllo lUU3nw 9 12 am 5 20 1012 um juton1ear 9 55 am O 05 pa 1025 aw EAST BOUND Not iti II Ki No f dar PY Lve AMlTti 25 pm U Lexington 0 i 3b IUl 0 ts 13 am 138 pill Wll1eht4srj20 8 26 pm2 48 pull U 02 IUU 350 pm40 3 58 pm H JantonI144 9 11 am 4 30 pill Camptou JUntD 9 38 pm 4 35 pin 57 Nat Bridge 571 9 43 amt 47 pta 62 Torrent 966 am 510 pui 7U BeattyveJc 7U lU 17 am IS US pill 90 OKJuncn 90 1115 am 810 pmjl4 Jackson 94 112U am CONNECTIONS 1 tEJC trwuLame Nos land will wake connection with the C 4 Olly for Mt Sterling CAMPTOX JUNCTIONTrain NOB 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTTVLLK JCHCTIOM Trains No2- wW make connection at Beattyville June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyyille 04 KJUSCT10H Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O dt K Railway for local nations on the O at K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OJiAB SCOTT UenJM Agent lo Renting Railway 1ime Table May 21 9O6rl WESTBOUND iKi I SI No 2L if No331 STATIONS Daily ex 2Sanday Sunday PAssI 0 27 PM Aita b 20ClCity 22 t15- t 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 W 19- S is 13 Lee City 13 13 13 v 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhul1l 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAKJunction 0 11 15 S 3 00 Jackson 1 1105 f EAST BOUND J tow I SI = No22 J1iiy u STATIONS Daily exm Sunaey- t leaay 1A41iLvLPM LYE T 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00- rif T 33 21Helechawa 6 1 17 if T 45 19Lee City 11 1 23 k 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 1 44 1 937 10Wilhunt20 151 fi 9 Z5 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 v t 30 0 Jackson27 2 30 f Koi21 and 22 will make close connection M O4 K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for It petala Oil the Lexington and Eatern Rail w CONLEYySuperintendent IiIi UBlltr Rallioa INo 1 No 2 Jf DEPART ARRIVE g6OOamCainptonll30am t2OOpmCampton 6 00 p m toN02 No 1- DEPART i111IVE f 780amCampn Janc1005am j a80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm r The Mountain Central makes t IOnn9Ctio with all L do E pas trainsty BOLINCIfNDERTAKBR kik CAMPTON KYu t NFORMS the dozens of Wolfe and the adjoining counties that he carries fcfee of Ooffina Caskets Burial Clothes ail eyt rrthing necesAry to put away I atyleisupplied on 24 1Nrs noticefinetlt made if ordered 1 fnneralirf t AY HOUSE S KyNY Proprietormtable fin fa SMien Kesticky A x HIJ y es eoaaecteA Bested tta0 I by tit fl dI jKIJ1 ifsret je- k J U ountij icU1 BELKNAP LeeCitytoBurkhartJohn Henry Holbrooke has been on Trent on business Charley Elam of Lee City at tended church here Suuday Mrs Rhiuda Ely of Gillmore is visiting her sister Mrs Walter John Henry Holbrooks sold tw calves to John Henry Crase of Burkhart for 21 W T Rudd sold a fine black horse to Hiram Iludd of Elmore for a consideration of 145 Sam Lindon and sister Betsy and Nathan Shockey and wife at tended church here Sunday Rev F P Wilson preachedat this place Sunday and took dinner with his daughter Mrs Byrd Howard Bach of Burkhart pass ed thru hero en route to Brnathitt county buying calves Ho bought three for about 30 Floyd Miller and wife of Buys have been here visiting friends and also visited their aunt Mrs Minerva Crase at Burkhart Among those who attended the meeting here from Burkhart Sun day were Andy John Hand G W Crase Pete and Will Henry Wages and Howard Bach and Clemma and Roweua Crase April 25 CORKER The Call of the Blood for purification finde voice in pim plfs boils sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patched and blotches on the skinallsigns of liver troubles But Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try them 25c at all dealers HELECHAWA W C Taulbee of Adel was here on business receutlyIBill Welch and G B were calling on our EversolII The little daughter of Newton j Thursdu1Jiii j chants erected stock scales near his store recently j idIdlesboroi I route to Adel Sunday I The frost Saturday night did I much harm to fruit and garden IPearlI real early Sunday morning Wonder whats the attraction Mrs John Elam attended the burial of her infant sister who was buried ileac here Tuesday The writer wishes to congratu late James S Tester on his nice production which appeared in last weeks HERALD Nath Hollon and wife accom panied by Nelse Rose and wife visited John Strickland and wife at Adel Sunday Edgar Alexander who went to Stanton on business some time ago passed through here en route to his home at Daysboro Thurs dayAp11125 FUN AND MISCHIEF Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tableta 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 LANDSAW Howard Jlaisey went to Gill more Sunday The attraction must be a Pearl A C Knelt made a trip to Hazel1 Green returning by way of Toll ver last week The little child of Will Dalton whose illness was reported last week is better Mrs Amanda Rose went to Hol ly Saturday to see her mother re tutu inrgSuntty R L Rose one of our hustling farmers and traders visited at J M Testers Sunday Marauda Spencer of Malaga viiited her sister Mrs Robert alwy Sunday and Monday and1 M here shopping Monday Iff Tlw keys hew bare organized a hsypaaPlr7rl+ 2M J 11 good players They will play the Murphy team next Sunday James S Tester the farmer teacher and literary genius of Laudsaw was hero and headed us tome interesting notes for our let ter Misses Lizzie Sarah Maggie and Ota Combs Myrtle Buchanan and Maude Moore and Wayland Rose visited the band mill above Mala- ga SaturdayRobert and Robert Tack ott who ore sawi g at Vortex atteudf house con ucted by Rev Spencer Florence and Frank Hatton who have been in Louisiana for the past six years have returned to the mountains of Old Ken tucky They seem to be glad they are back- Trading since last writing E T Kash bought of Sam Burchfield two heifers price 30 E T Kash of John Burcbfield one heifer price 20 Hulsey boys of John Brewer one mule price not known The peope hero seem to be very much discouraged in regard to the weather The fruit seems to bo killed corn that is planted is do ing no good and stays so wet that farmers can not finish preparing ground for planting W H Tackett and John Smyth have contracted to cut the boundary of timber r c Mitly bought by Roscoe Shackelford from Ike Hol ton It is estimated to make about 4000 logs Robnrt Singer Rose is helping them this week Hon J M Tester has on hands besides other cases two damage snitsone for 10000 and the other for 30000 John does not rest much hardly sleeps Ho on ly needs to advertise in THE Him Ali and then all would be well fhe writer while out looking after some stock this morning met with th good fortune to kill two halfgrown wild ducks shooting them whilo on the wing Talk about a feast for a kingwe hud it for dinner nnd so you see the editor duos not get all the good things April 25 Axon iTheDemon of the Air is the germ of la grippe that breathed in brings suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness nervousness lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liver and kidneys The greatest need then is Electric Bit ters the splendid tonic blood purifier and regulator of stomach liver and kidneys Thousands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves buildup the system and restore health and good spirits after an attack of grip If suffering try them Only 50c Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by all dealer MAYTOWN Old Jack Frost gave us a call Saturday night and did much dam ageMrs H S Neff was a guest of her daughter Mrs J 11 Hill last Friday Mrs Miles Yocum of Greasy creek was in town shopping last MondayJohn Childers of Valeria took dinner with his sister Mrs James Ingram Tuesday Mrs James Ingram was calling on her brother Willie Childers and wife Wednesday evening Misses Bernie Spradling and Frances Hamilton were pleasant guests of Miss Ruth Wills Wed ne day evening- Dr S G Spradling secured the position of census enumerator for the Cannel City district and left Monday to begin his work Robert Childers and Tom Shultz of Jeffersonville and Stanley and Finley Murphy were entertained at the homo of Miss Ruth Wills Sunday night Miss Ruth Wills accompanied by her mother attended the tuner al of hpr grandfather Jordan Vills who died at Hazel Green Friday and was buried in the Hazel Green Cemetery Sunday Robert Childers of Jefferson ville came np Saturday to visit relatives He was accompanied by his friend Tom Shultz who came to take a view of the mountains They returned home Mon day April 2 BIMLrvJra C u lIt I LEE CITY Mrs Louisa Wilson has beet very sick for several lays Taylor Elam sold a nice organ to Thomas Ratliffe recently Joe Rose town marshal of Ha zel Green was iii town Sunday Martha Clair took dinner IIMrs cousin Mrs Dick Mendu SundayMiss visitingherCampton this week Miss Bina Patrick visitedi i her cousin Miss Lutia Patrick Satur day night and Sunday Bruce Rose bought a pair of mules from Roo Patrick of Ma gofiin county for about 400 Wellington Arnett bought a pair ofmules from his brother Clay recently but we failed to learn the price Clay Rudd of Belknap was here Sunday fter Dr Hurst to attend the bedside of hip little son Dor sie who is sick with fever The town officers have been hold ing court here for the past week duringwhich time many small cases have been tried IIt is hoped that much good will be done and the only way this may be accom plished is for the good citizens of this vicinity to put their nest ef forts in assisting the officers April 25 SKIDOO Diarrhcva should he cured with out loss of time and by a medicine which like Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhra Remedy not only cures promptly but produces no unpleasant after effects It never fails and is pleasant and safe to take Sold by all dealers SANDFIELD TIll little son of J IL McNabb arid wife is on the sck list II S Stamper and wife spent Sunday with D H Stumper and familyDr G 01 Center preachedan interesting sermon at Toliver last Sunday Misses Aqiiilhx Hnddix and Et tie Sweeney were gutsts of Muttit and Loma McNubb lust Sunday Rev Reed of Chicago 111 will preach at Toliver church Sunday evening at 2 oclock Everybody invitedRev Brooks who is superin tending tho Sunday school here returned from Cincinnati where he had been visiting relatives April 25 TEMPEST Every family and especially those who reside in the country should be provided at all times witha 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 in all cases of rheuma tism sprains and bruises Sold by all dealers SNOWDENVILLE Quite a crowd from hero attend ed church at Gillmore Sunday Frank Coldiron and wife visited their home near Hazel Green over Sunday Misses Cora and Joanna Rose were guests of Mrs L E Smith last Sunday- L W Rivers and Leon A Mc Intire were business visitors at Hf zell Green Saturday Misses Nell Cecil and Calla Rose visited Mrs Maude Cecil on Gill more Saturday and SundayI Colonel Bush who cut his foot with an ax several weeks ago has returned to his work at the mills George Moore and wife of Still water and Charlie Moore wife and son Rex visited Frank Coldiron and wife Saturday night Ward Ely of Gillmore andIMr Patrick of Lee City passed through here Sunday on a search for Roses They were headed toward Lexie Mrs C O Rosa entertained sev eral at dinner Sunday in honor of L W Rivers and wife who expect to leave this week for their home in New York City Besides Mr Rivers and wife the guests were Mrs Joseph P Rose Miss Lula Rose and Dorsie Rose of Hazel Green L E Smith and family and Leon A Mclntire Mr Mc Intire will take Mr Riverss place April 25 BANJO Send Jl t1tiB aew j4 x CONSOLATION- Fred Stamper nnd Malcom Barker of Trent were here Sunday There will be church at the Caskey school house Sunday at 3 oclock isitingheron Gillmore James Nickoll of uill ore vis ited his sister Mrs George Old field Suuday- Rush Davidson of Daysboro GeorKe0ldfiul1 Clay Cecil visited hia brother and also attended court at Mt Sterling last week Jim Osborno and family of Lacy creek took din er with Ji Bush and family recently Mrs Ella Perkins of Pleasant Hill visited her parents Ed Cecil1 and wife one day recently MrsJ George Oldfiuld visited her daughter Mrs S II Elain at Ha zel Greet purl of last week gongink g Sunday Wonder ifaXickell1 wasnt time attraction Several young folks were enter tained at the home ot George Old field Saturday night among them being Misses Emma and EthelI Oldfield of Davsboro April 25 SUMMER LASS Prompt relief in all cases of throat and lung trouble if you use Chamberlains Cough Remedy Pleasant to take soothing andf healing in effect Sold by all dealers MURPHY Master Carl Nickell was a guest of Lee Nickell Sunday Several of the Pekin boys attend ed church at Ezel Sunday Chess Carter of Bonny visited1 J S Nickell Saturday night T D Henry sold a span of mulesI eI pric2a0Miss Nell Cecil of Ezel is visiting her sister Mrs Jell Rose at Ievie Miss Ella and Daisy Halsey o Pekin were guests of Aulsali Hen sley Sunday William Dennis wcs a guest of William Nickell Saturday nightt and Sunday Rev Leander Lacy of Insko preached an interesting sermon at Ezel Sunday James A Nickell of Ezel soldI a horse to John RatlitTe of Can nel City for 55 Will Henry and wife of Greasy creek were guests of G C Nickell and family Sunday night The Ezel ball team played the j Pekin team Saturday and the score was five to one in favor of EzelP D and R F Spence visited relatives on Murphy fork and attended the meeting at the school house SundayIClarence Murphy of Mt Ster ling visited relatives here recent ly and was accompanied home by his nephew Curren Murphy April 25 GUESS Your tongue is coated Your breath is foul Headaches come aud go These symptoms show that your stomach is the trouble To remove the cause is the first thing andj Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that Easy to take and most effective Sold by all1 dealers SELLARS Ferd Conley visited his brother inlaw Sunday Mrs Emma Wilson went to I Cannel City Thursday Mrs Mollie Wilson called on Mrs E Skeins Thursday Mrs Jane Long visited her sister Mrs C A Nickell Friday Mrs Minnie Tipton calledon Mrs C A Nickell Wednesday Miss Julia Skeins visited Mrs S P Wilson Saturday and Sunday Ollie Nickell and Steve Byrd called on Osce Byrd Sunday Henry Nickells residence was burned Tuesday the loss being to talMrs Hollie Osborne visited her t mother Mr Morris Wiliou last J 3uudj y n E Skeins und wife called on Morris Wilson and family Sunday evening Fred Brown passed thru here en route to Hollie Osbornes to plow for a few days Mr Jenning of Jackson moved his mill to this place Friday to saw out the South Stamper timber J bClarence vieiietihomereturned to his work at the South Stamper timber job E Skeins returned home Monday from Coffee creek where he 4 had taken his daughter Mrs LizT zie Spencer who will remain there i frr a wnilo taking the census LILYmSaved From the Grave I had about given up hope af sufferingfromMrs M L Dix of Clarksville Tenn Often the pain in my chest would be almost unbearable butgpersonItsthe throat and lung Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthma croup bron chitis and hemorrhages hoarseness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medi cine Try it SOc and 100 Trial bottles free Guaranteed by all dealers DAYSBORO progressingMrs Mar r Rose called on Mrs Tonnsell Friday Edison Collinsworth hasbeen every ill for some timejjHiram Haney took dinner with iSeldoniness trip to Sellars WednesdayiBorn to the wife of Den Collins wortha girl Taylor Center ati tParist three bee stands from Geo Toun j sel for 10 1 entertaine4f j girls last Sunday V Misses Ida and Grace Collins 4worthcalled on Miss Stella Nick ell Saturday evening Miss Bertha Spencer spent very pleasant evening with Misa Stella Nickell Friday Mrs Emma Montgomery nd visitedMrs1 I j 5 snrSaturday y 1 Mrs Paulina Collinsworth Leck Montgomery who has bwm g staying with his brother for some- time1 returned to his home near Salt Lake April 25 TOODIE Worse Than Blilleti Bullets have often cause lest suffering to soldiers than tha ec Burlington 1 i sufferedwith forty years fiat 4 13 Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me when all else failed he writes y Greatest healer for sore ni cert boils burns cuts wounds bruises and piles 25c at all deal ers TRENT 1 Osce the little childvof Walter i Maloney and wife is very low David Coldiron and P Brewer attended church at Day boro last SundayBro Haizeltion Sunday Mra Newton Maloney of Lacy creek was a guest of her son Walter Thursday Y John and Ben Murphy bf6rife sy was in this vicinity buyiDJsrctf tie Wednesday John Clair of Lee City wasithe f guest of J H Campbell taia mi ily one night recently Y ttiTitedday night and Sunday George Robinson of Red rivers miltSaturdayF Stamper of Stamper branch Y attended church at Dajstoro Ban day nd report sgood nisibiisrgecongrsgstituj Aprils BI J j Jlt A 4 1 fY 0 t H t x K = s 4 1r THE HERALD Enteredattbe Hazel Oreru Pow t oBcoasseeond elan mutter I p x SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 28 1910 OBITUARIES TRIBUTES of RESPECT and Cards of Thanks must be paid for in advance to insure publication WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT i DAVID B RKDWISE Judge Taos C JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty J C L1 mos Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in septem- ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT W B DUFF Judge- S O SAMPLE County Attorney KOBKBT L CARROLL Clerk i Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues 4 4ayin October MAGISTRATES COURTS District fto 1 Kobert Rose third Friday in March June epteuiiier nod Deicu her District No 2 Robert Itrnokx fourth Frii day in February May August and November District No 3J M Reynolds second Frij day in February May August and No vember District No 4David Spencer first Friday in March May August and November District No 5 Preston Hollon second Friday in March June September and December District No6I W Combs third Frida in February May Augustand Novemb- eDittrictNo i7 Shiloh Strange fourth Friday in March June September and December District No 8John B Childers first Fri dsyin February May August and November COUNTY OFFICIALS OEOEOE W SALLEY Sheri tt- JT CENrEEeseas-J CB LI1TLEJailerSuperintendentEJ FRANK SAKlLECOroner INADVERTENTLY we have faile for two weeks past to note that the Licking Valley Courier su cessor to the Morgan County NewsI has made its appearance With due apologies to the editor S M R Hurt we now take pleasure iin announcing the fact that it has reached us for the past two weeks It is a eeven column folio alll home print and appears to be well patronized with local advertising while its news columns are replete with local and well timed editorials that reflect credit upon the editor We welcome the Con r ier to our exchange list and N rs Hurt to the tripod The paper ii- tt owned by a joint stock company and the price is 1 per year metropolisof 7 you a model townone that will1 make any other town of its size look like 80 cents in Chinese mon ey Well show you our schools and churches our prosperous fra It ternal societies our solid businessI concerns Well call your atten tion to the appearance of the people their dress intelligence healthI and smiles of prosperous and happy t lives Well show you many successful business men and farmers Well show yon a lot of girls robust full of life and energy who ke praiseforI monwealth Few business men have more t contend with than an editor Th I only means the editor has of mak familyisof his paper His newspaper col umns are the same to him as the shelves of dry goods are to the 1 1merchant No one thinks of ask to give him the dry goods from his shelves but few they are who hesitate to ask the editor to give them a few columns t free in his paper 1 a 1910aKyDearr which send THE HERALD to P D I sendLI r can There is othing like making the home piper a success Very truly yonra WENDELL MURPHY Wanted DIaedia JwiJriIoUtiwI tel110teamJ 1 J II lp 1 I11 j Kl ooi h Comet Not Destructive Sir Walter Ball the astronomer in his address on Halleya comett delivered at Cambridge University + again referred to the needless fear theIhe said There was just as much chance of a collision between the comet and the earth as there was of the Empire State express frpmj New York to Chicago running down the night mail from London ItoI Edinburg Those who were alive in 1861 spent a couple of hours in the to of a comet and none were any the worse off for it The greatest it convenience he had heard of tv caused to a clergyman who ul1 I though it was midsummer eveniIi I hazeIi his church in order that he might i I chIcomet might be truly called of the skies for the greater part of its bulk was the intangible and transparent mater ial that are associated with ghosts The comet appeared at tho criticall t moment at the battle of Hnstill and but for its advent and the disheartening effect that it had on the English troops the Norman Conquest might never have been achievedThe would pass throng- the tail of the comet about May 18 and afterward the comet would appear as an evening sta- rChildren cry FOR FLETCHERS GASTORII Our Boys As Bankers- y F Combs better known his friends us Courtney is u en of S S Comes formerly one of the lending business men of this yis farm Courtney learned the bank ing business at this place holdin t the position for some time as assistant cashier of the Farmers und Traders Bank He was a young man of exceptionally moral char acter a gentleman und a and the bank that has his js as cashier could never have found a better man for the place Wolfe county seems to have furnished her share of banker- d We can now call to mind the foll lowing who hold positions with institutionscJames Day is cashier ofa bank at Midland Texas Will Day is vice president of Bethel Bank at Bethel They are both sous of Fred Day of Hazel Green W H Pieratt is president of the Bethel Bank He started his withlbusiness S G Drushel learned the banking business here He was the first cashier of the bank at this place and is now cashier of EdA Bank at Edna Texas C F Combs is cashier of Citii zens State Bank at Gauado Tex sas yearSamtownsman Isaac Elkins is CASle- of a bank at Nixon Texas He learned the banking business here and held the position bf aaaistan- cashier Rush Evans is assistant cashier at West Point Learned the bus iness here James Drake the present cash ier ot the bank at this place was born and raised in this county is now cashier and the bank iib doing a business far in excess of any bank considering the local11 surrounding in Eastern Kentucky gordforaI i of all the above named gentlemen Campton Courier Our Agents Make S50 a Week Selling new process water color portrai- and gold frame Costs 90cts e saodIi OhioIo 22 one day We are the largestt picture and frame house in the world One general agent wanted in each coun ty Give us reference and we will ex tend you thirty days credit with steady incomclOure are not in the picture and frame trust We want honorable sentatives only You need no capita work for us We teach you how to male a success Address at once WILLIAMSj ART Co 2615 W Taylor st Chicago Rare Opor1lliji1 I offer for sale my residence consist ing of sevenroom cottage good lot and garden and ontbuildigs One of the GreenAlsopair shop which is superior to anything furInUfaedeqUIPpedwIth power and machinery 8eparatelyJad I I IJ1 ii J1ffJ Oreet iI Wolfe Circuit court will1 I Iconvene at Campton on Monday j May 2 with Judge D B Redwine on the bench and Thos E Johnson Commonwealths Attorney There is a very large docket to be disposed of but the number f cases is unknown at this writing PickUps From Illinois Mrs Wilfcy Nickell1 IB on tho sic J list Willie Hill went to Charleston Saturday afternoon dun Pieratt and wife spent- il Sunday with Curt CMdfield Lee Gillmore and Denzie Hill- i 1 went to Charleston Saturday ISI 15 Henry and wife were visit ois at Doyle Nickells Sunday gel M Henry sold to L B Hen 1rv a fine bunch of 28 calves for 810Miss Lou Maxey staved ove Sunday with her sister Mrs J B SwangoIMiss Nancy Day and Sam Hill1 called on Floyd Canuoy SaturdayJ evening Thisseal attended church at Hindsboro last Sunday night Misses Maude and Bessie Can noy wore shopping in Charleston lust Saturday- h Floyd Canuoy entertained at dinner Sunday J M Cannoy and and Boyd Cannoy Mrsl Bruce Hill and little daugh ter Nolda visited hor sister m Charleston last wook Mrs Oliver McQure spout a few days last week with her uncle JIM Henry and family tomisses Minnie Knapp and Marue nand Bessie Canuoy took dinner with Lucy Gillmore Sunday Floyd Cunnoy who got both o his legs broken by falling oil a barn is getting along fine gointt I wonder who is the lucky one Al bcott and family Glenn Wl1lillghaDiIspent1I large spent Sundayaf ternoon with Addle and James Lears and attended church at Hindsboro Sunday night OaIOLEl SELIM L anaseason 1910 at my barn in Daysboro at the low price of 5 TO INSURE LIVING COLT Money due when the mare proves in foal or bred to another horse or jack or tradedi beretainw moneyt sorrel 16 hands 3 inches high with white stockings on hind feet lIe iU 7 years old thisspring lIe was sadta mare by Golden Chief combined horse DEMPSEY This tine young jack will make the sea sou at the same barn at So TO INSURE A LIVING COL- Ts same conditions as those of the horse DKMISEY Asa red sorrell 14 hands 3 in ches high a years old August coming He bySamjackAll aeciiSEBASTIANI FARM FOR SALE 0 lesseknown as the Cruey farm All fenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard ever lasting fine water 5room dwell I ing house hallo and porches also tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be offered at a bargain Possession given JanuII I particulars I j R No1 Rardin III i i gEWELL C KOS- ENotary Public I STILLWATER KY ofWolfenwho may lave legal papers to execute I Office at hu residence on Stillwat- erDR t ti O H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY cltleastongtryI Howlflrcu J t fIiti cott II I M = 0 KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Cbroiiclei 0James Conley of Winchester was given three years in the ienitentiary for stealing chickens from Willis Tracy At Falmouth Harry Crombleand Geo Wedding were each given a year in the cotkl from freight cars I allIi circuit the carriers being forced to stop at RioA cold wave struck WilI liamatnwn Thursday with snow sle and cold rains followed by high cold winds doing great damage to fruit and vegetationJessamine Institute at Nicliolaaville girlrI schools in the state was sold to foreclose a mortgage For several years the school had been conducted at a loss George Russell a prominent farmer of the Perryville neighborhood was ii- l in Btantly killed Wednesday afternoon by a tailing limb and Mark Deering who was with him was seriously injured Cbas Bohancon who mysteriously disappeared from Lexington early Ilast week wrote bis fostermother Mrs Mary Bobannon that be was at Dayton Ohio where he has a job and isI doing well The new company of Kentucky Stat Guards at Jackson embracing about 75 picked young men of that place was mustered in for fervice Saturday Major C W Longmire of Frankfort acting as m storing officer Suniiel Welcb president of the Berea- B nk and the wealthiet man in that see tin was shut five times and inslamyji ki led by his souiu law hover Clever lad Fish Fihs wife had separated fr im him and he blamed his fatherin- la r for it Horace Bentnn who was arrested cl urged with klieg W E Willis a It cbniond KY boy at St Louis was ed in that city and acquitted the evi IItr nee showing that it was a case of self I feuse Ilenton formerly lived in Mont gi mery county and is a nephew of Mrs 11 B Kinsolving A pack of wild dogs in Boyle county iis dring much damage killing tttock of a I kinds A few nights ago they broke it to the shipping pens at Danville and k lied eighty sheep It is supposed to ci insist of dogs that have been driven fi om home to keep from paying the tax o i them and they have become as wild a a pack of wolves Stephen Williams of Breathitt county who has been wanted for some time by the Government for alleged violation of the postal laws was arrested Thursday last at Camp Branch Montgomery coun ty by Marshal Allen of Mt Sterling Williams had sworn not to be taken alive but Marshal Allen got the drop on him and he threw up his hands Near Thompson Station Perry Jefler son killed a large grey eagle with a shot gun The earls measured seven feet from tip to tip and weighed 22 poundsl on the scales The eagle which was the first seen in that section in several years injured several lambs and other small stock for different people hereto Jeffer son could get in reach of it He will have the bird stuffed A jury in the Federal court in Coving ton returned a verdict of 6000 late Thursday in the case of W S Header son against Ben Jordan and 13 other Bracken county citizens This is one of the night rider cases in which dam ages are sought in connection with the Kentucky tobacco war Henderson a citizen of Augusta sued for 25000 damages claiming that the defendants bad forced him to give up his business because he would not join with them in pooling his tobacco Tbe report of the Northern Kentucky Teachers Association on the result of cigarette smoking among younger boy which is the result of one years obser vation by the members has been made public Of the 688 pupils using tobacco 161 had lost one year in school and 566 are from two to seven years back in their studies In some schools fifty per cent have been in one Grade two years or more The report points out many physical wrecks as the result of the hab it and requests parents to demand that fi no more cigarettes be sold to their eons Unusual excitement is being caused in some parts of Pulaski county by the ape proach of Halleys comet In some places everybody is disturbed and May 18 is looked forward to with much ape IIthemeII gather at the country stores and some are advancing the theory that tbe world will come to an end when we are enveloped in the gaseous tail of the comet Some preacher are raabig use of this spprekeufon to convert the wicktd froze 1the error of their way Relcoml M WBgtUrKde the fteMgtfe rhaJjj 7 WIazJfgf G IfIIf JI k If MAPEL TROY 1WILLI T ERS Our Spring and Summer line of Goods and Millinery is now in stock We have a beautiful line of Hats something that is sure to please you These have been selected with groat care Our line of Novelties is of the beet Have some 1 pretty selections in Dress Goods Wash Goods Silks etc etc itWe also have a pretty lino of ReadyMade Waists Skirts and Underwear all at reasonable prices Call and see us We will take pleasure in showingto you through SPRING MILLINERY OPENING 1 MARCH 23 to 26 i I IAZELGREENACADEMY eMountain Schoolof 1 Christian Womans Board of Missions ft A Special TEACHERS TRAINING cut nSE is offered which extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms 1 1 SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 DO Good Board per week 2 00 11- Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to youjFor further particulars address M O CARTER 1 I D J HICKEYl-l 9ij Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe I No 224 W Short Street- Lexington i Kentucky 1 nnn GO T1 l- Kash J hnsonKashfDEALERS IN 1 1 General Merchandise I COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY ijj j FOR BARGAINS 11j j IN EVERYTHING f f STEP INTO ICECIL BROS 9 t andoak through our new line of SPRINGand SUMMER GOODS We have the newest thincr out in t LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS have a full line of Prints we IIWe will still sell at Cents per yard jI I Anything you are in need of Iit it sill pay you to IIGET OUR PRICES WE ALSO HAVE wlLLPAPJ 1t0 d i f 1 r = T- wT s JVfj 1 1 F adropa Doctors prescribe very little ifJlly alcohol these days They refer strong tonics and altera tfvfcs This is all in keepingff with modern medical science- i I explains why Ayers Sar t parma is now made entirely free from alcohol Ask your doctor Follow his advice we publUh our formula J W banlih alcohol Iiyouriifrom our medfelnea i driers there is daily action of the bow i tit poisonous products are absorbed etiling headache biliousness nausea j npepsia We wish you would ask your I Motor about correcting your constipation I ly taking laxative doses of Ayers r xa4ab7theJCA7erCo ron1otaPillsII I THE HERALD i i I rWanteI pee delivered at Hazel Green Apply to J T DAY 1 West Liberty ball team will play Hazel Green on the letters ground Saturday As it is the jut team a good game is antici patedrMrs Rankin nee Hazel Ringo of Winchester is visiting her father and mother Taylor Ringo end wife Her husband is a practicing physician at WinchestrP The ball game played here Sat irdav between the Hazel Greon second team and the Gunnel City j nine resulted in a victory for the borne boys by a score of 20 to five a It pays to read the ndvertipe rents of enterprising home mer webanhmake it possible to have couven bfenceseakIIi Willie Day of Bethel came in a Thursday to visit his father and mother F N Day and wife and attend the bedside of his grandfather Jordan Wills who has been ill for several months Curtis Rose with Watts Ritter JL Co Huntington W Va and his Xwife are visiting Mr Roses parti eoti John M Rose and wife and ie is also interviewing our mert chants in the interest of his firmt The high moral standing of this c community is due to the fact that it has been permeated by Christian 3influence and education such asJi hire radiated from the various yrarch organizations of our town Dick Russell last week moved AmyxJjyrfarn near i rauty where he is to saw out tiboat 800000 feet of timber most fjlywhite oak for a man named I aHcPherson r fDr Taylor Center last week k bought of George BlarJkenship of Jrftonny Morgan county a black jptding seven years old for 140 HEe is about 16 hands high goes llfome saddle gaits and all who hav WMen the horse say Taylor got a bargain I I jttII Rose town marshal paid a j 1106to Lee City Sunday and told i Man About Town that enII iflOSt he saw a pile of dead rodentsI I timbering 60 Inquiry develop that Alfred Stidham SMd killed them that morning Kwkils tearing down an old cornI inb Zaam Davidson near Daysboro fjlile making tobacco sticks Sat J J cat his instep about three hMta in length and an inch o- w9 r in depth Dr Taylor Center dresseid t1e wouldwhich required stitches to close He was resting I ITat last accounts 4 I feJldiN Oath rriue Coleman of IJMkfort who was in charge of I f sewing department of Hazel n Academy up to the close of I ol last June but has since at her home is again iin I It of her old department ae- r I jrytooraed back by the many 1 5abawade here during her toJoWD l1Npl1J AIIJ 4SpA MizBRoseICarl Mize and Miss Carrie Rose aweothearts singe early childhood were united in the holy bonds o I i matrimony Wednesday afternoon yesterday at 2IJO oclock at the i residence of the brides parents WBohn jj j performing I Il anticipatetime I year or e past finally came as B sudden surprise The groom is one of the most popular boys ever raised inI Hazel Green where his friends are numbered by his extensive ac quaintance Indeed mayhei known and the editor of this pa esteemI111Roseular with young and old ladies as the groom is with his men ac accomI oughly acquainted with domestic duties This match is purely love affair from the beginning and TUB HERALD predicts that their conItinuulI their path way be strewn with all along lifes journey is our sincere wish i rRobert Cecil and Doc Kash who wont to Florida last week on a I tour returned Monday i afternoon very much pleased with the outlook Indeed they have such confidence in the future ofii Florida that they each invested inI realestate in the Keystone Colony now territory that has just been put on the market There were 10000 acres in the tract and that as last summer cut up into ten acres lots every one of which has een sold A railroad runs withI n a half milo ot the town of Keystone wherj a school churchand few other buildings have been erected The railroad runs from Tampa which iis 20 miles distant and is called the Atlantic Coast- Line One of the 10acres pieces they bought runs right up to the depot of this railroad and the other lot is on the railroad with three 10acres lots between it and j I he depot lot There is smallI pine jii and stumps standing on lands they purchased but the company will clear it of all stumps and break it up for 12250 per acreII Both of these gentlemen are cow arranging to close their business here and move there with their families in the early fall or sooner Death of Uncle Jordan Wills Jordan Wills whose illness was several times mentioned in our paper during his protracted prostration died Friday night last about 11 oclock His funeral was held Sunday at his late resident- about I e 10 oclock after which hi I remains were laid to rest in Hazeli Green Cemetery hosts of his I attending the obsequies The decedent leaves a wife and feu daughters to mourn his loss viz Janee Nickell widow Mrs F N Da u and Mrs C F Kash all of whot have children and some of the lat tor also have children His prod- igyi was therefore quite prolific in children grandchildren and great grandchildren Mr Wills would have been 80 years of age had h lived until today He had been a hard working man all his life an many think he broke down under the strenuous life he pursued iu early manhood THE HERALD ex tends sincere sympathy to the bo reeved ones Revs W H McC ure Blankenship conducted and Hiram the service at the house an d Profs Carter and Willougby at 1the grave Public Reading Miss Anna M Kennedy B S master of elocution from Musk ingnm College New Concord Ohio- will givgat tbe chapel of the Haze Green Academy I iday April 20 780 p Subj ct Fifty Four Forty or Figtyt Miss Kennedy possesses w nderful power of oratory an IIis AD interpreter second to none in the country Everybody should guap tie opportunity to hear bog fir Oft bore dJe t t nt clo Come In and Settle Up As Mr C F Rash of the firm11I of Kash Johnson Kash will f I withdraw from the firm at an ear ly date it is absolutely imperative that all accounts must be settled1 up at once This is to notify allI who are indebted to said firm to come in and settle by note or account as they must be settled wit- hdln the next 30 dave Meantime olkoda wili be sold cheaper fever to let Mr Kash out and i you want bargains NOW is YOUR CHANCK Respectfully KASH JOHNSON KASK Fair Warning sobs scribers who are in arrears to come in and pay up so that I can pay corneto my relief1 hut alas the great majority pay no attention to my appeals and patience has worn out the seat of his pantaloons I waiting for them to pay This i I the last time I shall ask them sII if they am not squared up by tao pay a collector Hoping I may have but few names to turn over to collectors I am Your friend and the peoples servant SPENCER COOPER Pelfry In a Serious Condition Logan Pelfry who was working in the saw mill belonging to John Will Cox in this Calaboose foil suddenly Thursday last with some thing like apoplexy and has since I been unconscious Dr Carrollwho iis attending him says there is a clot on his brain ami that he williI I never recover consciousness even Pelfry is ono of the men who was at tht saw mill of James llalsuy near whore Coxs mill now is alldIi I was hurt pretty 1 ladly at the timeIII that mill blew up in February which was possibly the cause ofj j i iII his present trouble Sheriff tieo j j Sally gives us the above facts ho being in town on official business i 11Evershodyj or who may wish to buy should I bear in mind that on Wednesday May 11 1910 there will he a pub I lie stock sale here in Hazel Green Cattle hogs horses sheep milk i cows mules and everything in the stock line will be here for sale and there will be a large crowd of buy ers present including all of the prominent stock buyers No bet- Itpr I I opportunity has ever been offered I buyers than this sale and it ij will Iel contiuued every mouth on the Wednesday before the third Monday Dont forget the day aud date For the information of those who will bring stock here DaYslbigI I will be used for the sales The Girl Ball Game Nickelleey Emma Sample Lizzie Shears Chars lie Keyser- r Miss Nickell of the above teamt had her ankle badly sprained andi Miss Edna Miller was knocked off hurtuFor the Town Mae Williams catcher Frances Nickell pitcher Myrtle McClure Rause Blacken ship May Rose Bertha Rose Ida Blankfuiship Nora Williams aud- I L Ida Fugate The game created more excited went than any that has been played on the campus diamond and the cheering was vociferous They have some excellent players on both sides and each one is to be commended for her zeal aud th agility they displayed The gamed resulted in a victory for the town team the score standing 21 to 1 Heres luck to all the players and the heartiest congratulations to tho victors May your future statues be as victorious as the one Friday t USE ALLENS FOOTEASE The authentic powder to be shaken into feemtry Allen Foot lee It recta the feet an j1 mates new or tight hoea easy Cures ac b ding swollen hot sweating feet Relieve arras and bunions fall pain and gin rest and comfort Alwars use it to Break io New hoe Try U today Sold ereryher- ej els Dont accept any substitute For I FBBB trial package addrtaa AUtm 9 OJaa rBed JA Royii 1 v 1noo I IDont have the nerve to send items to this office announcing doings Rotten up for profit unless you want to pay for them We fell our space and papers for a living If advertising is worth doing it is worth paying for IProf Willoughby of the acad emy faculty delivered a sermon at the Christian church Sunday nigH which many think was as fine as palf much depth tl CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the- Stgnatnro T of John D Rose of Lacy creek iis experiencing a whole lot of hard luck here lately A few weeks since he lost a fine setter bird dog thou he had a calf fall ovr a ban into the creek and drown and Friday night he had four mules run away with the result that three of them were badly cut up the best of the bunch being the worst hurt An Old Subscriber Winchester Ky April 25 1910 Spencer Ccoper Hazel Green Ky Dear Mr Cooper Enclosed fiiid check for t2 for subscription to rfJtnrdsforI I Sincerely MRS JN IANKIN IThe writer was form rly Miss Ringo who has taken the irJI1 paying for it herself all the time Liberal Terms- Iam representing th largest retail clothiers in the world who are operating 75 store in the United States nil sollin on the jorigiial plan of no mot ey down and the easy payment of 1 each weekII ompletelulu I i Summer seasons which will in clude nn extended and laborite variety of colors on or write and I sill serve ICull the earliest date Briixs ELAM A rut Lock box 5 Hazel1 Gre nKy i J Frank Walter Ht i rtII Jim Frank Walter a young I manIengaged in painting the I Yancey Homu for gulp at the I I academy fell from th second story balcony of the buildng Monday about 10 oclocka d cut a gush in the side of his head about two inches and sprained his ankle very badly Drs Nickell and Cen ter dressed his wounds and the former told 0 J r Man About Town that it was too soon to tellI just how the wound in the head nerveIvoryhurt will cause him a lay up for several days at least Mr Walter has been teaching a singing school at the Johnson school house on Lacy creek and his patrons are fearful lest his lay up will interfere with his class there MARCH TO FURNISH THE NEW I 00 F BUILDING Local Furniture Dealer is Victor In the Contest at the Home A committee acting for the trus tees of the 1 00 F Widows and Orphans Home have let the con tract for furnishing the living rooms dining room and phrlor of the new building to E L March the enterprising Lexington turni ture dealer after a novel contest The committee is composed of Grand Master I N Williams Su perintendent Kennedy of the home Mrs Kennedy and G C Roberts About three weeks ago they adver tised for bids and each bidder was required to furnish curtain rooms 3allli show his goods actually placed and ready for use I After an allday session of the i awardged to Mr March Besides the Lex ington bidders one Frankfort andI one Paris concern were after the contract All had fine exhibits and made a creditable showing but the committee was most im pressed with the March goods andi figuresMr March has been uniformly successful the past year in landing good contracts having secured the furnishing of the new State Capi toi the Pythian Homo the East ern Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond besides some of th finest residences built io Central Kentucky during the year JItThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has bees iu use for over 30 years has borne the signature of flmand has been made under his perII sonal supervision since Its IAllow no one todeceive youin this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pate t Boric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It t contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fcverisliness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatnlencyi It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep kThe Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend i a GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Si Bears the Signature of j2SThe Kind You Have Always Bought j IIn Use For Over 30 Years THC MTAUII COMPANY TT MUMMfcr TIVCCT NCW VOHK OltT 4 Ill IIIWATCH THIS SPACE III Imi +I 1 iii lit tat ttwill tell you all about it W 4 i1 ji Next Week u t tnI E 4U STEP INTO 1O MISS FALAY LONGS o d I Millinery Parlors Ijj Il004 and examine her 1 I I NEW SPRING LINE I0 OTi o 1 Ladies Hats Ladies Furnishings l iJj Notions etc etc O- tti JIJIKASHi SAMPLE Merchandise r to the citizens of Nazrll Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of y IIIIIIAnnuunce SHQIES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc Rod that their general line embraces fine Dicta Goods Dry Good Notlon SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc etowbich they invite inspection A l rJlj T T t f ay a- i i A AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TIlE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO r The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CI1CUL1THW7 200000 t Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade more popular than at any period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week by more than a million people Its field in not circum scribed by State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right of claim rag to be the greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade Is distinctly a family newspaper TIle one obiect of its pnbllsbera bas 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 andWholesomeThe prehensive manner and the various depart meats of The Blade are edited with pains taking care The Household page is a delight to the women and children current prejudice idea of pleasing the greating number of fin lion lovers the Question Bureau is a scrap book of information the Farmstead col umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium tor 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 of subscription one dollar a year Sample copies mailed free Address THE BLADE Toledo Ohio 0 HAZEL GREEN HOTEL vHAZEL GREEN KY J TAYLOR DAY Proprietor ABA L EWING Manager Table best tthe market affords pleasantBest V in connection LIVERY to Careful drivers travelingSTABLEll pRATES ItEASONABLErat iO eOOa He Wester Bant WINCHESTER KY N H WiTHEBsrooNPres W R SIHAB Cathier Paid Up Capital I 810000000 Undivided Profit I 17000000 Handsome Deposit of over t 50000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus inesl men generaUythroulihout Eastern Kentucky and offers its custom en enrrfac Utr and the motliberal terms within the limit of legitimate banking loct2ljr i FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL 7 TREES t Everything for 01CHARD LAWN and GARDEN ONE MILLION STRAWBERRY PLANTS Ke Alerts Free Catalogues H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY yFURS HUM and wins CGsdw3alYcLiRout wad GimccT etc W m Wus WaCdllll7iLouiniDeucJ MCM cr ccaauMO mtub Rtfetra w i pact I wlI7Ieahsl dcsa5ti- ll L MUM It uuisviuc KY GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine myshopany style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when isrespectfully 25tf GEO RICE Y KILL THE COUGH iLUNCBi I 5 VIIIFc 4 4 s 4r a CILLMORE Millie Fenska called on Della Nickell Wednesday Eliza Nickell is very ill with rheumatism at present Nathan Combs deputy sheriff was in this section Saturday attending to business Molllie Vest who has been vis iting relatives at this place returned home Wednesday Kelly Ely and wife of Stillwa tterI were guests of the formers par ents Saturday and Sunday Logan Nickell and daughter Nettie Bert and sister Mollie were guests of Scott Nickell and wife over Sunday Howard Halsev of Stillwnter attended church here last Sunday Howard seemed to enjoy himself and we believe he will come again April 25 DAISY STATE OF 01110 CITY OF TOLFDO I sSlucAsj Frank J Cheney makes oath that lie is senior partner of the firm of FII Cheney fc Co loins business in the City of Toledo County and Slate aforesaidand that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNHHED 1IOLLABS for each and every ease of ca It tarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FKANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December 1880 A W GLKASON SEAL 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 CUEKEY 1 Co Toledo 0 Sold by nil Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Oldest Man In Kentucky Whitesburginthe foothills of the Cumberland mountains resides Squire Sam San ders who will be 118 years old on the 19th ot June 1910 He is still hale and hearty and enjoys his three meals a day He avers tha his eyesight is better than t ho was 50 years old He has cut his third set of teeth and is now growing a second crop of black hair He has been married six times and is the father of 23 chil dren all of whom are living his oldest son being 92 years old Four of his wives died and ho was di vorced from one Ho has been married to his present wife eight years having wedded her on the eve of his 110th birthday she be ing in her 75th year Thb local paper is the bet local history of its section obtainable A person could get almost any price asked for early files of local newspapers of a hundred years or more ago Historians used to ig nore them but the old files of ear ly newspapers are now searched with much avidity by the genealogist and historian and student of economic conditions Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad After Effects Our Terms Every Patient is Our Guest Our No Barred Doors or Windows f c JEFFERSONVILLE Hello Black Eyes we are al ways glad to hear from 3 ou Kappie Williams and mother visited friends on Slate Sunday Wick Guilders made a trip to Spencer Sunday What was the attractionMrs who has been very low with consumption is no better at this writing Robert Childers and Tom Shultz made a trip to May town Saturday returning Monday Charley Childers and iodine Siuiltz attended Sunday school at Spruce Sunday morning Miss Nettie Shultz has been con fined to her room for a few days with an ulcer on her eye Clarence Cooper and wife were guests of Johnny Adams and wife Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Clarence Cooper and Mrs Maggie McNabb made a business trip to Mt Sterling Tuesday Fred Anderson and sisters Car rie and Maryf Mt Sterling were guests of Stanley Anderson and wife at this place Sunday Harlau Nickell and Henry Hunt and Misses Sally Gibson and Lillie Halsey all of Camargo attended Sunday school hero Sunday Several wero entertained at the home of K A Childers Friday night by some excellent music on the violin guitar and mandolin Mrs Roe Anne Gibbs wife of John Gibbs of this place died Tuesday April 19 of consumption She leaves a husband and ono little baby Wo join our sympathy with the bereaved husband April 25 HitKKYKD HOSK Two schoolboys hudl been re peatedly cautioned for ayming lute to school but without avail Finally the master threatened trangroBsed again two mornings they were punctuall but 01 tile third they wore lute again andi were promptly called to the mas tars desk for punishment I principaliffor being late rwill let you off Ii Please sir said Tom I dreamt 1 was going to Canada and when I heard the first school bell I thought it was the steamboat bellNow Jack he said turning to the other culprit what excuse have you to offer Please sir replied Jack I was waiting to see Tom oft notice in our exchanges a I IYo of towns are having heavy to pay on account of f damages sustained by dilapidated sidewalks A broken board in the walkcost one town 2500 A word to the wise is sufficient We desire to call your ntlrntioD to our Sanitarium treatment are a success Every one must come to our Sriiitiiritfni where we ate specially prepnred to handle this data of dileasce and where we MURPHY FORK Will Avers moved from Henry Murphys to Grassy Creek Rev Doc Stamper preached at the Bon Murphy school house last Friday night Andrew Couch of Bonnywas on the creek Sunday mingling with his friends Ben Murphy left last week for Winchester market where he will have a good bunch of cattle Miss Ethel Cecil of Consolation was on the creek Sunday and took in the preaching at the Ben Mur phy school house I Ben Murphy bought a flue sadii die mare from a party by the name II I of Lewis ol near West Liberty for a private price Caesar Lindou the genial Cir cuit court clerk of Wolfe county was on the creek Saturday and Sunday as the guest of Mort Cecil and family A certain drummer of Mize dash ed through our village Sunday and failed to show his samples Per caughtinI ByrdPete land and Tom Rasnick were the leading orators at the Ben Murphy school house Sunday Dennie Nickell of Middlesboro Pearl Gullett of Neola and Miss Della Murphy of Mize were seen at the services held at the Ben Murphy school house Sunday I IApril 25 POET IA rider seeking information as to the direction ofn village at which he had planned to spend the night addressed himself to a youth in the shade of a cotton i wood tree rending a dime novel and smoking a cigarette while a enclosedIj by a strop lay beside him To the I simplyipcintiugij j youji that I will give you fifty cents with evidnt effort and saidIPut er in this pocket Now York April 1810 I Editor THE HAZEL GKEEX HERALD I KyDearI me a copy of THE HERALD of the apI recentIstaff Mr Lampton or rather Colonel Lampton has a large fol lowing around here and his admirers would make a good sized army Very truly yours 1I St a J I NO guarantee a perfect cure in every case within ten days to two weeks care ranch you we or bowtong We do not send our patients home a physical wreck wilb a socalled tonic to build themWhen upyon leave our Sanitarium know eating sleeping well and taking no medicine homewhatever Our patients gain flesh and strength from the very beginning If we do not core ityoucosts you nothing to yon tee you have everything to gain and nothing to lose A NO PAY Gettt you1Ofmisery and be happy again If your illness is caused by female trouble yeuK 1 can quickly get the right remedy to get well ItllCardui medicine for reItevedyou from some female tro- ubleTAKECARDUI y I 1 For Womens a 1yearsisevendie with my head and back I took 12 bottles of Cardui and tag cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it g AT ALL DRUG STORM- s j THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc I Catlettsburg il WHOLESALE Dry Goods and f Always in slock a well selected line Driers filial proiptfj ail tiff tin l THE J r 15ProfitsJIndividual 1The1 S E Fred furint r Hazel Green J P Itosr farmer Hazel Green J K Klkius farmer Iexie IL A Kuril farmer Gillmore 01V Cecil farmer Hazel Green Ben Murphy farmer Hazel Green J S Ijeratt farmer Hazel Green J S Itittenhouse mine owner Hazel Green F M Phillips farmer Hazel Green J M Cecil farmer Hazel Green J W Cecil farmer Sit Sterling SterlingW J T f Ji 11 IOney lumber mfr Rose Fork t Sirs Mary F tinilh New Castle 1i1 1 Sirs R J Kitlenhouse Hazel Green Sirs T SI1 Lee Hazel Green Mits Lula SI Evans Swords Creek vat E F CECIL ilRfURS JOHN WHITE 400 iIIt1ESfi rm Tt uw n1 JUIBBJKCoualMkft J sTSUttttarw1II Loenaiu aa x J i I We Give Positive Guaranteed Cure for Liquor j Morphine Cocaine Chloral and All Drug Habits are- Reasonable Treatmentis dlllgbabits sidee PETRIEI CURE elsOurcuredHEBELiquoraddictiontrratment1ofrdroomsodreadycravingorKoperau tI IllsJ KentuckyilNotions HAZEL GREEN BANK 0 i Our by a lady nurse jand they will be howu but the mot constant and teous We refer you to the Bank and any busi new or in gladly you are before CUre without and one that is to your entire F would i rx HORD INDII ZS Hit r zt J GrecoSIDaysboroF JpricHlattJa r Trained Nurses Fine Service Excellent Table Well Furnished rand Well Ventilated Roomsr nothesitate 1 attention nothing court Farmers National tlrofe8lionalmnn caapMcenoneJlleekiDir suffering satisfaction guaranteed cheerfullywhatwesatisfactionIfyouRemember iyWritetbleYourSANITARIUM SHELBYVILLE 2 rPlate fttre LIper m Owa TitJiHiiifciM to s R j k W i L m J ml01i oVr 7 r if7 r r AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADE P TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspaper In the United States CI1CUL4TION 200000 p Popular In Every State r The seventyfourth year of its existence tends the Toledo Blade more popular than at any period of its remarkable carter It I is now read each week by more than million people Its field is not circu scribed br State boundaries but iuvol a the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claim rag to be the greatestuational weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family newspaper The one object of its pnblish- Lae always been to make it fit for the Am 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 iis handled in a ca prehensive manner and the various depa ments of The Blade are edited with pairStaking cue The Household page is light to the women and children current affairs are treated editorially without prejudice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greeting number of lion lovers the Question Bureau is a scrapbook of information the Farmstead columns J are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium tor the ex change of ideas and information on farm topics No department is neglected bnl j 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 2HAZEL GREEN KY J TAYLOR DAY Proprietor ASA B EWING Manager 1 Table best the market affords Rooms well furnished and pleasant p Best Sample Room in town 7 IinIIII 000 COEOC t He tfinciester infc WINCHESTER KY N H WiTHEBSPOONPres W R SIHAR Cashier Paid Up Capital I 810000000 iUndivided Profits t 17000000 Handsome Deposit of Q oYer ill 50000000 Thia bank solicits the accounts ol erchants farmers traders and bus Inca men generally throughout East era Kentucky and offers its custom enevert facilityand the moatliberai legitimatebanking e ei FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for OlCHAEDj LAWN and GARDEN ONE MILLION Cataloguesjj HeAgeits Free 4 4 H F HILLENMEYER k SONS LEXINGTON KY 4 wIvy FURSHMesMuJ W1Futk nTaBowBwwaz CimMat 4WiIcIdealanal1li isLimnI i III coo 1LaaI11III L a a tmiaacLata RdcKic ear Baal i LemniBe Write for ul1lipica liliaahepterM l1li 4IIII 4 GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKEf 4Ishop and am prepared to make my 4reasonableA Handsome Hearse 4 and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 6U GEO RIC- EKILLS 4 COUGHAM CURE TItlE LUNGS mDr1kiuijs 1 Niw BiseoYiry P ICit C X 7 IT i TX Y1lERI CILLMORE Millie Fenska called on Delia Nickell Wednesday Eliza Nickell is very ill with rheumatism at present Nathan Combs deputy pheriff was in this section Saturday attending to business Molllie Vest who has been visiting relatives at this place returned home Wednesday Kelly Ely and wife of Stillwa Iter were guests of the formers para eijts Saturday and Sundays Logan Nickell and daughter Nettie Bert and sister Mollie were guests of Scott Nickell and wife over Sunday Stillwnteeror SnndayHoward and we believe he will come again DAISYrtTATE OF Onto CITY OF TOLFUO I LUCAS COU TYNj s Frank J Cheney makes oath that he i senior partner of the firm of KI Cheney TotedfiCounty nnd Stale aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDUKD DOLLAKS for each nnd every ease of ca tarrb that run not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CIIEny Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December 1886 A W GLKASOV SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testinionit als free F J CUENEY S Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists inc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Oldest Man In Kentucky Some 20 miles from Whitesbnrg in a quaint log cabin home among the foothills of the Cumberland mountains resides Squire Sam San ders who will be 118 years old on the 19th ot June 1910 He is still hale and hearty and enjoys his three meals a day He avers that his eyesight is better than when ho was 50 years old He has cut his third set of teeth and is now growing a second crop of black hair He has been married six times and is the father of 23 chilI1 dren all of whom are living his oldest son beine 92 years old Four of his wives died and ho was di beeniI ing in her 75th year Thb local paper is the bet local history of its section obtainable A person could get almost any price asked for early files of local newspapers of a hundred years or more ago Historians used to ig I nore them but the old files of ear ly newspapers are now searched III with much avidity by the genealo gist and historian and student of economic conditions Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad After Effects Our Terms Every Patient is Our Guest TreatmentR No Barred Doors or Windows BMittfal Place But Keeapera UM CTMT Mi4tn nmnl T r1 HC i s J i JEFFERSONVILLE Hello Black Eyes we are al ways glad to hear from jou Kappie Williams and mother visited friends on Slate Sunday Wick made a trip to Spencer Sunday What was the attractionMrs who has been very tow with consumption is no better at this writing- SRobert Childers and Tom made It trip to Maytown Saturday returning Monday Charley and Bodine Siniltz attended Sunday school at Spruce Sunday morning Miss Nettie Shultz has been confined to her room for a few daysI with an ulcer on her eye Clarence Cooper and wife wereI guests of Johnny Adams and wife Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Clarence Cooper and Mrs Maggie McNabb made a business strip to Mt Sterling Tuesday Fred Anderson and sisters Carrie and Mary of Mt Sterling were guests of Stanley Anderson aniwifn at this place Sunday Harlau Nickell and Henry Hun and Misses Sally Gibson and Lillie Ilnlsey of Canmrgo attended Sunday school hero Sunday Several were entertained at the home of II A Childers Friday night by some excellent music on the violin guitar uud mandolin Mrs Roe Anne Gibbs wife of j John Gibbs of this place diedI j j consumptionSho I tie baby We join our sympathy with the bereaved husband April 25 BirKKvKi UOSK jj I Two schoolboys hUll been re peatodiy caiitioiiud for i JmingI1 j j lute to school but without Finally the master threatened t them with a severe caning if they trangresed again For two morn lags they were imnuttnl but on the third they were trite again andI were promptly called to the mas ters desk for punishment II 1IXOW Tom said the principal if you can give me a good excn s for being late I will let you off Please sir said Tom IIdreamt I was going to Canada and when I heard the first school bell I thought it was the steamboatI bell iI Now Jack II he said turning tp I j the other culprit what have you to offer excuseI Please sir replied was waiting to see Tom off i I We notice in our exchanges n I number of towns are having heavy penalties to pay on account of 11- I damages sustained by dilapidated sidewalks A broken board in the walkcost one town 2500 A word to the wise is sufficient We desire to call your attention to our Sanitarium treatment are a success Every one must come to our Sfiuliiriifm where we are prepared to handle this class of diualel and where we A sad j Childers Childers specially MURPHY FORK Will Avers moved from Henry Murphys to Grassy Creek Rev Doc Stamper preached at the Bon Murphy school house last Friday night Andrew Conch of Bonny was on the creek Sunday mingling with his friends Ben Murphy left last week for Winchester market where he will have a good bunoh of cattle Miss Ethel Cecil of Consolation on the creek Sunday and took I MurIphyBen Murphy bought a fine saddle mare from a party by the name of Lewis ol near West Liberty for a private price ICresar Lindon the genial Cir cuit court clerk of Wolfe county I on the creek Saturday and Sunday as the guest of Mort Cecil j and family A certain drummer of Mize dash ed through our village Sunday and failed to show his samples Per icaughtin ByrdtPete Everett Gullet John Strick land and Tom Rasnick were the lending orators at the Ben Murphy school house Sunday Dennie Nickellof Middlesboro Pearl Gullett of Neola and Miss Della Murphy of Mize were seen at thn services held at the Ben Murphy school house Sunday April 25 POET I A rider seeking information as lto the direction ofn village n spenjyouth in the shade of a cottonwood tree reading a dime novel and smoking a cigarette while a bundle of school books enclosedl by a strap lay beside him To the question the boy replied simply by raising his foot and pointing westward Son said the stranger lIif you willshow me a lazier move than that I wire give you fifty cents sidee with evil nt effort and said Put er in this pocket New York April 18 10 Editor THE HAZEL Gus HERALD KyId a copy of TilE HERALD of the IIme of April 7th in which ap a most interesting article I recenIt staff Mr Lampton or rather Colonel Lampton has a large following around here and his ad mirers would make a good sized army Very truly yours F R PETRIE 318 W 57th St I CURE guarantee a perfect cure in every case within ten to two care you we or bow We do not eniUN patients Lome a physical wreck itbWhen a a socalled tonic to build them npvon leave our know andsleeping well and taking no medicine Lomewhatever Our patients gain flesh and strength from the very beginning If we do not cure you itcosts you nolbinf 10 tee you have every to gain and nothing to lose fer Im 6 all was was you NO PAY y Get misery and be happy again If your illness is caused by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get well Ifg Cardui TIPs great medicine for women has re Ijeved or cured thousands of ladies suffering libyou from some female trouble I For Womens Ills Mrs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for Krmi years Bead her letter about Cardui She writes 1 waa 8icfcl frft cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES y THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky 1Ji WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions 1 dAlways in stock a well selected line Orders tilled proipUy aid witt susy THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Total 3120101 i The FolliMvine In n list of Stockholders Who Own and Control III t IE K Veil tnnni r Hazel Green J P Ruse farmer Hiizel Green J H Klkins farmer Lexie IL A Kah farmer Gillmore O W Cecil farmer Hazel Green Ben Murphy farmer Hazel Green J S Iieratt farmer Hazel Green GteenIF M Phillips farmer Hazel Green J M Cecil farmer Hazel Green J W Cecil farmer Mt Sterling SterlingR i t C L C i Jr l II F Oney lumber ujfr Rose Fork Mrs Susan A Campbell Hazel Green i M S Campbell Hazel Green- I F Wilson lire stock dealer Daysbero H Smith backer New Castle Mrs Mary E imilh New Castle T M Lee farmer hazel Green l Mrs E J Kittenbouse Hazel Mrs T Mf Lee Hazel Green Mi 8 Lula M1 Evans Swords Creek Vat E F CECIL 31 Vrt JOHN WHITE ir00ea AND i IIIEST l1lEDIi rAIl Pal uw IS1KBITJZS Woo ctr 1fd1ll a5TSU141 WI Lomac X1Ii J We a Positive Cure Liquor o t Cocaine Chloral and All Drug Habits I j drughabits INO days weeksOurmuchlong curedHEBELiquoraddictiontrtstmtnt1oHdroomftndreadycravingorthing WellA YoUOf TACARDUI-r nearlyt S150MProfits09Individual 31R Our by lady nurse I and teous they will shown but the moat constant and cour We refer you the Bank and any bus news our city Uponplllce you with hue curedtionll persons who will gladly answer any goer you letter from you and will cheerfully give would your case nearly Yours very truly HORD IND if JIf iR4JGreenJ FURS HIDESi pricTtlLtamtlaeleEYk Give Guaranteed for tk Morphine are- Reasonable Trained Nurses Fine Service r Excellent Table v Well Furnished kit and I Well VentilatedRooms F 1 r+ nothesitateattention Sanitarium b nothing a i1to Farmers National 1 or rofessionalman in in application we CMcorrespondence we If are seeking entiresatisfactionappreciate a we Information whatwesatisfactionIftreatment TOORememberconfidentialWriteas as possible SANITARIUM SHELBYVILLE jj n iiO F 4 The Place Den L psr e11cs stsUV an CsrN YItlLllfrelsilN Atrw 1- tar1fi I s