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I J i a i HEHAzEi GREEN HEEALELEstablished March 4ltt b MadBPamoQB tet3toryofJoaath4nsndSiiOontlnentbyMazuknll = 0 j 1 ff Iipied gig Io r The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains StOOl a YWr IIMMCs n L = z 11i JWENTYFIFTII YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 12 191ONtTMBKRI 45 j rJ rpijion and Eastern Railway TIM Table in Effect June 2lt 1908 jWEST BOUND r lrnl Ao3 o 5 DailyesDailyand Sunday ilfTtON8 nnaty uodayonly IAMLvejetroeI leUJUDdII I7aw 3 Wlw 5um 515 am 30a01 3 411u ited Bridge 45 aw 3 M pn 1tJ um 2 J 2a am3 biJu 7 45 su pn 1WD 554 aw46II 15 aw pn 011 4 9L2 IiW t5 am a51m I1 CitrIII W am 5 07 pm 1uU3 um B L4tBJwe II am 50 pn 1012 min- ia Wlaeheater ar 9 Sri am IJ u5 pm am LtJtoD I EAST BOUND BoS i iNo4 daySTATIONSDailyandI 1W11ex dar n t I Sunday pyLyeA3tLyeI OLexlugwnjSlU V1I1Cn lIt r 20 S 13 am- tI 2 1Mp1u lAtLJ IS 2tf pm 4i pDl uuction1 j 4o y u2 It1U is S 5U pm 40 9 lU mUS pm44Swntoni44 9 3b pm 4 pilicaI11PtonJuntu 9 43 amm jlffi ril115torrent 9 56 am 4l pm 61 BeauyveJcO10 Ii am 11 pmu seyamm IV O KJnncn119Ulll jU mjW psy CONNECTIONS LAEJLaurwa=lane Nos land alp 1ecnLecUouM ith the C A u Ry- krMI Sterling JUNCTIoNTrains Nos 12CrzoN Mouutain Centrall with theconnectI qd 4 Ridge and CamptoujytePiue Juscitos Trains J No2IIlrrYVLLE June Wake connecuon at BeaUville Ttlyke L eauyviUeIIlor pawengeri fromtad ret1 atallNet with the 0 K Railway for localI Ta1 on the O A K RaIlway W J MCDOWELL Uoneral Manager 5cUrUeDlaaa Agent so l IIsaid H gBallwaM1l- roe J Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND i B 033 2 I o21 hill u = STATIONS = Daily e- kLl1SunayTI S f isPM 1235 Asa 455 11 Belechawa 20 12 19 ln lil 12 13 4 45 l3 Lee City 405 20 Hampton 11 11 51 S 52 22 Wilhurllt 6 11 f4- s 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 I 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND 9io3t ESI No22 Daily exax STATIONS ySunday tt LVL PM Lv 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 S3 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 24 13 Hampton 13 t 44 87 10 Wilhurst m 20 151 F0is 1 OAK Junction 22 225 0 Jackson 27 2 30 and 22 will make close connectioi A ItJunction with Nos 3 and 4 for ikUea the Lexiagton and Eastern Rail py M L CONLEY Superintendent itar GentIaI BallN I t 1 oat 11 PABT ABBIVE 100 a mCampton1130 am 300 p m Campton 0 00pm lo 2 No 1 SrVB DEPA- BTT80amCampn Janc10 05a m 90 pmCampn Juno 4 40pm Tke Mountain Central +MBeotion with all L E pas er trains tr BSF BOLIN- ONDERTAKE Et CAMPTON KY KFOMB the citizens of Wolfe and the adjoining counties that he of UWBns Caskets Burial Jifemhing necessary to put away MKUMl dccentatyleal supplied on 24 Mtice finest made if orderedI f T Muand hacks furniihed funeral 4Le cia ill orders for tombstones Ac L AY HOUSEl lf Hazel Green Ky ProrrietortiUbltfareia Eastern Kestocky A aleroom connected Uteii tai r 7 tkroogkoot od special M f 1t J9 trJylHt JHI1 a i i L COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distantfriends LANDSAWI GillmoreltookI here Sunday Green Swango of H G A vie his parents from Saturday until Monday W L Kash and wife nee Ollie Swango of Jackson are here visiting relatives and friends here John Buchanan wife son and daughter passed through here to on their way to Camptonv l Andrew Williams Sam Burch field and John Taulbee are working at tile band mill this week Frank Riggs of Carter county visiting J P Tackett and family He may remain here all sum Mrs Robert Tackett and Robert Hal were over from their mill Sat was urday and Sunday to be with home folksCurtis Halsey is this week buy- Ing and poultry for the Cincinnati market and will ship a load Tues day morning Courtney Smith of Rogers who has been here for a few days visit g his father George W Smith turned home today Prof James S Tester started Saturday for a plenum trip to Lee few and Powell counties but it rained is hard he turned back In a recent letter we stated that jis the TackettSmith timber would cut 4000 loge but we should have that the job was 4000 trees There was preaching at this place Sunday conducted by Rev Hen is Taylor and also at the Old Baptist church conducted by Peter Hobbs W H Chambers and others Bothl were well attendedpTrading since our last letter J Finch swapped a gray mare to H J Spencer for one of the same kind and color John Chambers sold to F Madden two calves for 80 Oharley Caskey sold to Dr D H Kash one mare for about 140 i A quarterly meeting was expeot i ed at the Murphy school house Saturday and Sunday but the weather being so bad the presiding elder and others failed to came However there were interesting services held both Saturday and Maddensand Charley Garrison May 9 ANONtt I The splendid work ot Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light No such- r I grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing j constipation sick headache bili oneness jaundice and indigestion I lu Sold by all dealers SANDFIELDIThere was quite a race at Sand field Sunday Rev Taylor Hatton preached at this place Sunday Maude Landrum spent Sunday with Nannie Stamper Reece Stamper spent Saturdays night with Ellis McNabb Willie Catron called on A Bt Landrum Sunday on business Otis Murphy and Cleave Phillips were guests of Willie Catron Saturday night Price Hatton of May town woe highly entertained by Miss Nannie stamper Sunday 8p6nhest car Saturday see Miss Beulah McClure1 Mrs W A Oldfield and Mande McNabb called 011 Mrs Byrd Mo Nabb Thursday evening CenterMiaseand C rdie Oldfield and Marion Cente were guests of Nancy Cat ron Snnday Try Wilson who has been inI Midifletown Ohio for some Ie nod Monday Tory jacli c v r red w1Ua his trip tjrf 01fWJ jj I 1 TO CORRESPOlTOEnTSMuil soitemllofficenot I wornhgMoudayif I not be published unless of unusual im I portance Advertise no ones business I and write on one side of the paper only J LEE CITY Harlan Oldfield of Grassv wasH SundayTIMiss Clara Wilson paid Miss Ida Walters a call Sunday eveuingWI Miss Bettie Lee took dinner Sunday with her friend Mrs Amanda PatrickHarlan Wilson of Simpson was Sunday visiting his father John Wilson- Taylor Elam and Peter Crase friends and relatives at Burkhart Sunday Misses Bina Lutia and Amanda Patrick and Lona Elam were at Helechawa Tuesday Miss Ida Walters of Cannel City is here visiting her sister Wellington Arnett George McDaniull of Jackson here Saturday and Sunday culling on his best girl Clara Misses Ida Walters and Ethel Nora Wise were pleasant visitors of Miss Clara Wilson Saturday ie evening Miss Pearlie Taulbee who bas been staying with her sister Mrs James HDuuu returned to her home atBelknap Saturday Melvin Richardson one of most popular young men is spending a days on Frozen creek What the attraction Miss Smith The meeting at the Saint church now being conducted by Miss Amanda Brown She was assisted a Sunday by Rev Harlan McClure- of Hazel Green The Sunday school at this place progressing nicely under the management of Miss Nora Wise We hope it will continue to prosper Much good can be accom thru the Sunday school May 9 SKIDOO A touch of rheumatism or a twinge of neuralgia whatever the trouble is Chamberlains Liniment drives away the pain at once andI j i cures the complaint quickly First i application gives relief Sold byII all dealers TRENT Mrs Bill Hollon of Lacy creek visited in this section Monday Mra LauraStamper was a guest of Mrsr Minta Beaaley one day re tlyThere will be several baptized this place the 21st inst and every body is invited J W Hall visited friends relatives at Cannel City Saturday night and Sundy J V Browu and wife visited the formers sister Mrs George Sample and family hear ojlneyviUe Sunday S C Rose of Stillwater took dinner with bisBiBter Mra Rebec ca Edwards and family at this place Sunday John C aqd Henry Vancleave- of Morehead visited their brother Taylor and family at place Sunday night Misses Golden and Bqulah ble of Licy creek were guedts of of their cousins Misses Nora and Ethel Maloney Sunday Miss Nannie Brewer ofHazel1 Green visited her father1astweek While here she wont toCbutpton to have some dental workdone Rev J C Barker ot Stulwater pagaed through here en route to onsolation where he preached good sermon toalarge congrega lion Several passed through here day on their way to Among them we noticed S H William Blankenship J W Taul1 1 bee William Center and others Several were entertained at the home of Miss Estella and Edgar Edwards by some line music noticed thefollowing Misses Nan die and Dorcas Barker Mavdie Campbell And Ethel Maggie and FtBoie Brown David poliironi DMiJTalard Obarlie Iro- nt1 C J LEXIE- A II P Lacy went to Camptou to llaSI 1 on day t I ISuiI Brooks and family- H L Childers went to Campton Friday on legal business and stayed over until Saturday evening Dr A C Nickell and wife of Green were gnesta of J H and wife Friday evening by Ote Young and wife of Grassy visiting Mrs Youngs parents Bill Sparks and wife last SundayTaylor Center of Pleasant Hillse was a guest of his fatherinlaw Newton Maloney and family last SundayeMrs W S Trimble spent Sat j urday night and Sunday with her mother Aunt Juda Wills at Hazel jlet GreenMrs Lacy of Hazel Green was visiting on this creek Sunday the first time since she move dWIMisses Golden and Beulah Trimis bin were visiting their uncle Wal ter Malouey and family Sunday and Sunday night Garren and Hobert NicKell and j Barnes Colliusworth of Daysboro j spent Sunday with Drue and Woqd Brooks at this plaoehij W C Trimble wife and JiWeCI son Bruce were visiting Mrs Trimbles parents Newton Ma- loney and wife Sunday Ellis Johnson and Miss Ora Campbell ot Hazel Green attend ed the singing at the Johnson school house Sunday afternoon Mrs Mary Brooks and Miss Net tie Nickell attended church a- Rose iti chapel Sunday They report good meeting and large crowdI t Among those who took dinner with J B Elkins and wife Sunday were Joseph P Rose wife and daughter Miss Louie C O Hose wife and son Monroe L E Smith and family and Leon A McIntyre superintendent of the Dixie Stavo and Lumber company May 9 BERTJEE Lion Fondles a Child In Pittsburg a savage lion fondI IItd the hand that a child thrust into his cage Danger to a child id sometimes great when least regarded Often it comics through j colds croup and whooping cough They slay thousands that DrI Kings New Discovery could htye I saved A few doses cured our baby of a very bid careof croup writes Mrs George B Davis of I Flat Rock N ClCVe always give it to him when betake old1 tIts a wonderful medicine for bies Best for coughs colds l grippe asthma hemorrhages weak lungs 50c and 100 Trial bottled free Guaranteed by all dealer- sBLACKWATER Dear Editor I am sorry that you take my news tor grand suits I navel in life thought anything like that J appreciate THE HEBALD so much and like to read it but I dont think the told you had much to do I beg to be pardoned for my mistakes as a friend told me that was the reason my news was not published isMrs John Rupe is not any better at this writing 1J C Bryant sold two cows toa Charlie LittleSaturday for J80 Miss Maude Wilson and Williej Little were in this section Sunday Richard Nickell and family were guests of Bruce McClure and wifeI Sunday Miss Fern Nickell was calling on Misses Ada and Lulie McClure Sunday- a Willie Bryant was seen in hisat section Sunday What is the attraction goest1nei1Thursday We had u terrible hail storm and heavy rain Sunday It did considerate damage VeRev Batten of Maytown delivered a very interesting seamt at this place Sunday Aunt Patsy Oldfold was callingg on ber dapgbter Mra J 0 BtyftDt W Jofd y and Thnr4 7 Mss 9 Lg1taU1A- JroA INEOLA visited the parents last week at Mrs Clyde Wilson called on SundayIrecently aD Ed Crase was badly hurt last week while attempting to ride a horse Mrs Mary A Taulbpfi of Adel pIla8tMrs C B Moore accompanied Mrs Charley Peyton went to Jackson recently J E Alexander passed through here tin route home Sunday He had been to B aatyville where be a job us banker Quite a crowd from here attend church at MiddleshoroSunday toAmong them we noticed the following P E Gullett and wife Willie Davis and wife t Maud Gui J and Pearl Gullett May 9 A1iNITAin Catarrh Cannot Be Csre LOCAL PPLICATION8 M they can reach the seat of the disease Catarrh a blood nr conxtitntiiiiial disease and in order to cure it you must take Internal rem edies halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter wally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Core Is prescribedbyprescriptionItcombined with the brst blood purifiers act directly on the mqcoutjurf4cea The is combination of the two ingredients what produces each won UrluITresultt in curing Cutarrli ijiulfJr tetiweaisbire- lF1 CHENEY J CO Props Toledo O Istsprlve75eTuF constipation IELLARS E Skeins eajoyeddiiioer atTom RastlicksSutijlay Miss Rse fluPPsoWascl Mattie Nickelr Friday OIhoNickellandwjfecalledon Ciilit Byrdaiidfaraily Sunday We are sorry touy that Watson Phipps is not any better at this writingS Wilson called on his mother Mrs Morris Wilson Sunday morningMrs Hollon and son Old were guests of Mrs C A Nick ellSundaySouth stayed over with his brotherinlaw Ollie Nickell Friday night Mrs C A Nickell visited Mrs America Niokell from Monday un tilWedn day Mrs Amanda Wilson visited her Morris Wilson tom Monday until Wednesday Miss Jane Little passed through here en route to Ctiunel CityTues- day on business Rufus Nidkell passed through 8here en route to Middlfrsboio tog see his best girl Mrs Hartan Nicknll gave Mrs Mattie Nickell a pleasant call onjj Monday evening Chad Wilson and wife spent a pleasant day with Morris Wilson and family Sunday j ufMr Jennings mill will cool mence sawing o tthe F P Wil son timber job dexttreek neMrs C A Nickell ViHteS her daughter Mrs F P WlUoni at Neola Thursday and Friday Mrs Lizzie Spencer andsjHOrl ville iiollie and Julia Skeins anti Steve Byrd attended hunchtit Middlesboro Sunday All report nice time Amyx and Cia nce= nier vBorBSVebflen working aOfcis place visited hame fplksat day and Sunday Cerhillelafpsriw li ili111lkvisJ iting hie nncev01U iqtjIl form fewdaYBTWitfrutd tititme at C nbel GltJ t jl Y- Atra Jsiwl j 4oj whQ iftveibWnr rxriiifififtWir8 mill this place visitedtsWw folks Saturday and may j614rsxizztdk tfbtithtJrPl8 9 lII1e what beUerat Jfcbis wtjtiftgr llidre Bpen tIOIIIdt6teri a31 ierot boro vluteditiaiullat es thixplsZendswd Teelsdap- n Dick R Bie1r ilLAcelug outtbe p r timber next ktWtUt the wiltdo aoe good worlrMbeif iiMtUr rich JIl 4JJIMay 9Astor t iol MI2E Mrs F Mt Ehillipa is vary aiok this writing John Mayab bought of Marion one tieifterior iO Wt MPackWasvidtmi flljdi relativeslatCaaptonly 11dGrassyinvited to attend George Brewer feb ifeSiliBre guests ofrKelly Perry and Sethdaynight Miss Golden Paolo aad ibigtthor Dewitt attended oburcfa Aitdod wins chapel and report fl lseer mons by Revs Oney and Ltitini May 9 SWEET BIRDS J F Rose was calling on bar merchants recently- J B Roseni deg taMhrtritrip Campton Monday Born May 2nd to the wifeof N Halsoy a 10pound boy Quite a crowd attended the nag schoolonMlnphy Pork Curren Nickell epent SMdB y night with John and Lee Roo Nora and Zelpha PtoMttAtbok dinner with N J Halsejrty Court of inquiry w s Ietd here Monday A few inaictmtetl were made Mav 9 GUaHlXTON UIN1 1 patient even with amwpug wife for he knows she ni8elpShe mav be so nervous allSTrnn down in health that triflditrittuoy- her If she is melanin ex citable troubled with loss of ap petite headache sleepl6tsneM con stipation or fainting1ayap- elle she needs Eleota the most wonderful JfOJOr ailing women Thom ferers from female troabllsVeEr voustronblea backache 5n1t Vlwk kidneys have nseditbjewg become healthy and happjfo iTry them Only 50c S8tiia oa guaranteed by all dealer- sSIMPsON Louisa King ride sttip tq Jackson Saturday Willie liawson waaJea11iAE ol14 his begt girl Sunday Courtney Lawson visijt T1i- tives at this place Sunday- J J Landrum sold tqayTurner two yoke of oxen WJOO Willie Turner and wife v edT the latter parents 8tafa jfndf Sahday Alarge crowd atlerfd WhTlSfa neral of Mrs Mary Tfit jfcat Hampton Sunday ICpJBuddtoBWf ertt8Dgoing in the idirlsaiiolstwf WiIfi n Whatathe attBCtiourPr- Mrs Asa Sweeney wjst ker brother J J Ilggtlrgorst lncleave Saturday aiid Sjiiid y Several young people rfre pn tertained at the home d 11 aa Lenuis andLucy swtfi hfey s y Rnbertr HbtlSoahilltlfdla1 Banks bothof tezplfslR icf the holy bends uf mftttl taj Thursday We cviahalqch joy and success through life May 9 M HEWTKER John D Rooi fen r lPaSHiaJjjo blokeif1Meltohldsp Md4IPPirec- iaooar lW1o tt A ter- niedicineth 1C Cholera and 1hc lJjgr rht for diairhiB Ifysentry lil1complaint It itr nplBible and SD tvyt Itr has used it deld Itn ILrWouldnt3Esave you money In the tJnd if yroneubbtttlittdforyour self Thinkofthetsrbd te in borrowing ttrarpaper ot the helpfnlar1ichfoirnf1iire rthane that rem nber ttlatey added BQbidrjptiob helpiftidr1fstk the paper bitter fbr iyeryTlSfiy The paper does a lot of tiJifWo you when yiraxromtftoibiB dfiit You canwelhtffQnrto 4btWur appreciation i hy adding yoiirfhUo Idto the sllblfcrfptturttt- BtOhamberlaina8teipaekiv atar Tablet wil1oleutklRaor Iiftp1 mIfthe flow bttidejsiMtilbyiodeiogr gMfl jiiN Viiby alldealeJy 1- f MI t I 7hIIIlP = 1 iIIfj1v I 1 r I F 1 J t+k THE HERALD ing Entered at the Basel OrernP- oaoceaeondK ttett rI since own farms i yoke ing SPENCER COOPER Editor I I the HAZEL GREEN KY j THURSDAY May 12 1910 I out lieOBITVARIESTRIBUTES1 I and Cards of Thaok I must be paid for in advance to insure PUb- lication I WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY j in I 0 my WOLFE CIRCUIT COURTtoDAVID B RKD WISE Judge TIIOS C JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty I J C LmDON Clerk apiAleetsMonday in May third Monday in Septem out her WOLFE COUNTY COURT- W the B DUFF Judge if 80 SAMPLE County AtturneyJROBERT 1 CARROLL W Meets first Monday in each monthpa WOLFE FISCAL COURlha1 Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesto ay in October serIIAGISTRATES District 3 o 1 Robert Rose inird Friday in March June tepleuioer and Deceu on1Districtday In February May August and No gish vember Lidayvember District No 4 David Spencer first Friday cure in March May August and NovembertrDistrict No 5 Preston Hollon l day in March June September and De to v 25Districtin February May Aultultand November District No 7Shiloh Swango fourth Fri day in March June September and De cember District No 8John B Childers first Fri day in February May August and NofjI ember COUNTY OFFICIALS 4 t GEORGE W SALLEYSheriffJT CUTER Assessor J C B LITTLEJailer fJ W TAUUJEE County Superintendent the- E J CUECHSurveyorJ FRAN SAMPLE Coroner t ELSEWHERE IB an article that 1 s many respects is a tribute to Mark i Twain or Samuel Clemens as he I was known among oldtime type- i stickers away back in the days of Bill Nye They were both humor l t ists and of so rare a type that non t r succeed them True America toda i ihasits humorists but none of the 1Ishow the milk of human kindness inK the life we live as did Mark Twai most Iespecially At his demise he was PiIduced He was a first cousin to and our friend Will J Lampton also is a writer of much fame and thru F the Lamptons he got his litera tydress I talent Taking Mark Twain as man reporter pilot on the old Mississippi and finally as the great writer he was America never dl I produce his equal He had stamin 1 and his straight life was evidencedI t in everything he did Who wouldI f have shouldered the burdens oft r his publishing company and came clean as he did Bill Lampton is Vr1 man ever such but we doubt if he I has the courage oi his cousin and IJ God knows we do not say it to his disparagement We never had the tpjeasure of his acquaintance but anyone who ever read Tom Saw i tyer or Huckleberry Finn ca I realize that Twain was a character not to be duplicated unless it be I by Bill Lampton and that is as proud a tribute as we can give the living or the dead We recently interviewed twenty ot Hazel Greens most successful1 business men and found that all1 of them when boys had been governed strictly and very frequently thrashed We also interviewed some loafers and learned thatIIIICJI E most of them had been mammasI It to darling and the others had been reared by their grandmothers andTatwere cigarette fiends I THE HERALD appreciates the i androthers who co tribute essays an poems for pu lication but really I i the paper i compelled to leave every Article of interest because eiI I I for thenIbtjt it notoon t j iw i4t I lb- tlt7 4 4- t t j F9 i From every view point the farm class of this county is in bet shape now than at any period the civil war More people of their own homes and little more are free from the of bondage inflicted by bur to densome debts more are becoming independent each year by mak j a comfortable living for their families more are waking up to necessity of giving their children better educatloual advantages and withal prosperity andI contentment seems to prwvail thru the county Ietprogress still our watchword d Fair Warning Several times I have asked subscribers who are in arrears to come and pay up so that I can pay just debts A few have comet y 1 1 greyIpatience worn the seat of his pantaloons waiting for them to pay This iis last time I shall ask them and they am not squared up by 1 1910 they will have to t a collector Hoping I may but few names to turn over collectors I am Your friend and the peoples vant SPENCER COOPER A Man Wants To Die when a lazy liver and slug bowels cause frightful despondency But Dr Kings New r fe Pills expel poisous from the system bring hope and courage 1 all liver stomach and kidney impart health and vigor the weak nervous and airing at all dealers FACTS sI The news items of the home com I mwuty1JI jj The things in which you are most interested a The births weddings deaths of people you know 9The social affairs of our own and F surrounding towns swrnrat say ar- abinhr war tha6atpd nee Send in the news UDporIllflh1Y offer for sale my residence consist of seven room cottage good lot and thendesirable locations in Hazel Green a Also my blacksmith and general ra shop which is superior to anything the kind in the country being furswith a complete outfit of toolsJ at stock of materials andsupplies also equippedwith power and machinery Will sell all together or separately For further particulars call on or uu or JOHN H ROSEe KyaWeAsiYouY Idle to take Cardul forfyour female troubles because we are sure it swill help you Remember that this great female remedy on CARDU1 dIbrought to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weak thenbest medicine to take Try 111 Sold in This CityF3 11ft 11k Where Are I Your Interestsd lAM they ia thk communky r they amocg the people will whom yea teBAre they wifce ndghboa friends with dxxa you do you want to know what to InIknow I theolnpthe yearregAbora ViInforethatpnpoM It represents your ietorests and the Interests of this otrrsulrdr8CdpSon If tab you own TdoI it to yottnetf o1aeethat It Is put TY0 0 i iij tl K An Improvement Hfv dear said Mrs Newlywed- her face flushed with the excitement her afternoon in the kitchenHI to be perfectly frankwant you withIII me now What wouldyou suggest improve these doughnuts T made todayWell replied Mr Newlywed liftingone with a slight effortHI think it mieht be better if you made the hole bigger Cincinnati Times = Star A Regular Tom Boy Susieclimbing trees and fences jumping ditches whitling always getting ecratchns cuts sprains bruises humus burns or scalds But laws I Her mother just applied Uucklene Arnica Salve and cured her quick Heals everything healable boils ulcers eczema old sores corns or piles Try it 25c at all dealers Tioisaids Hare Kidney Trouble aid Never Suspect it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours J stringy or milky- appearancer often indicates an unhealthy condi tion the kidneys too frequent desire to- pass it or pain the back also symptoms that tell you the kidneys and bladder are out order and need attentionWhat To Do There is comfort the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers remedyfulfills I rheumatism pain the back kidneys the urinary I passage Corrects inability to hold and scalding pain passing it effects following use liquor waterII beer and overcomes that cessity being compelled to go often manytimesimmediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest be causeofitsremarkablehealth erties If you need you aJthe best Sold druggists in = biickdustsediment of in are of in in iverbladderandeveryPartof in of of IYouI I by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Ding hamton N Y Mention this paper and SwampRootBinghamtonN bottleE J I r This finely bred combIned harness and stallion will make the season of 1910 my barn in Daysboro at the low price of 5 TO INSURE LIVING COLT Money due when the mare proves in foal bred to another horse or jack or traded and a lien on the colt will be retain moneySKLIM sorrel 16 hands hindfeetsired by Iet Washington a celebrated sad stallion of Fayette county and out of a by Golden Chief combined horse DEMPSEY This fine young jack will make the sea on at the same barn at f5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT horseDKMPSEY in chew high aBack old August coming He bySlimjackAHbut I will not be responsible should any occur W C SEBASTIAN FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200acres more or less creekknownAUfencedStinegoodland in grass Large orchard ever j dwellingthirtydaysbargain Possession given Janu partipolars No1 Rardin Ill SEWELL C KOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY Offers his professional services to citizens of county and solicits the patronage of who executeOftirfI DR C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Ms tiffsaeCOIerrlfell4tlte1aAkr Y- ev t t f I 300000M CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF II WEEKLY ENQUIRER IHE CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission l ha will insure 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IIAZELGREENACADEMY eMountain Schoolof t i Christian Womans Board of Missions f Lr le IrAJ j extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 15 00ta Good Board per week 2 00v Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you For further particulars address M O CARTER v = vv = + Q = t Ii DVMICKEYj Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe jl No 224 W Short Street E3 Lexington Kentucky LI1- n 1 Gi T Rash JohnsonKasht DEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY I FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING 4 1 W 1 1jR STEP INTO rr- iEiE 39Iri SPRING and SUMMER GOODSI We have the newest thfnc out in tji LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS We have a full line of will still sell I 5 Cents per yardIII I t I Z ECJ WE ALSO HAVE WALL PAPER jiika a o o 1t t P W i k e frf I 1 I = Nonalcoholic S k Sarsaparilla i If you think you need a tonic I ask your doctor If you think you need something for your at J blood ask your doctor If you t think you would like to try Ayers nonalcoholic Sarstpa rilla ask your doctor Consult him often Keep in closentouch with him wi publish our ronau1uWW banish Icohol f A et7mouemdlelurS a i dMtor Ask your doctor to name some of the results of constipation His long list willtl begin with sick headache biliousness dyspepsia thin blood bad skin Then ask him if he would recommend your of using Ayers PillspMid bj th J C AJF Co Lowll KtM ftE HERALD Wanted Immediately 10 teams to haul railroad ties Callon 0JOHNEdgar Alexander who trainedp under Prof Patton is now cashier of the Lee County Deposit Bank Miss Daisy Day returned Friday from a two weeks visit to relatives and friends at Winchester and Mt SterhugelChildren CryMFOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAi Poet Wilson finished painting ft Taylor Days residence Tuesday1 and left for Daysboro where hetl r has a small job l i iSome of our exchanges are publishing etiquette rules for tele phone use Give us the telephone j and wo can make out I t The town law passed Monday night to keep stock off the street lia cne of the best that the trustees t have ever been guilty ofeh f Mesdames Mat Amyx and Sam Amyx of Grassy Creek were in town shopping Thursday and gave 10 I THE HERALD office a pleasant call 0Mrst Sarah Brewer of Laurel took very sick Saturday morning and is in a critical condition DrjG M Center of Toliver is attend IIIDg her Molly Coldiron accompa by little Miss Katherine of West Liberty came over Friday and remained until r Monday with home folks L We are pleased to note a deter mination on the part of our citi t zens in general but the ladies in t particular to plant flowers and beautify our City of the Dead fJ l cWe got BO many new subscriber p last week that most of our ex t ii changes had to be slighted We would say by way of apologyI that hapL7 i ft CASTORIAfor Infants and Ckilirou IL I Tin KU YN Her Alwajs BM0 Bears the- Signature of r y The Hazel Green Academy base t ball nine visited the West Liberty I team Monday and wore defeated I K again The score was nine to eight in favor of West Liberty When our boys get down to real l playing they will give West LiberII i ty something to corsider A gentleman at one of our board ing houses after having beansu shoved at him each meal for two straight weeks asked the waiter to please read the eighth verse o the thirteenth chapter of Hebrews We imagine this will make some 3 ofour readers get the dust off r their Bibles u a John D Henry wife and daugh ter Mrs MarfLou Day an of i Grassy Creek visited the business parts of our town last Thursday IThey took dinner at John Ward e jjLDd wound op their trip bj stop I r jMng at TVJC HXJUXD sMfitn M I It 1fYeJfJ K tbeil whtlcPUaa i 1 DayMidland I KyMyfor the Kentucky mountains and dear old Hazol Green omotimes I think I will surely drip all business and come back and spend least six months with my parents fripuds and all thjat were so I dear to me in my childhood How ever I find it hard to get loose from I business since I have become conc ISIFormay care to know I will tell you something of our town and my connection with it Midland is situated in the cen of the southern plainsLlano Estacadoand has a population nearly 5000 thrifty progressive We have five churches i I and three of them cost 05000 j three banks two cf the buildings costing 175000 three general merchandise stores with stocks amounting to nearly 2gO000 and a doing an annual business of 500 two automobile garages and 150automobiles various other business and buildings too numerous to mentionallmodern and doing well My connections and duties areas follows Assistant cashier and director in First National Bank the largest capitalized and strong to bank in Texas outside of the to large city secretarytreasurer of idland Electric Light company mayor pro tern and member city councilowner of the largest auto garage in this section vice presi dent of State Sportmens AssociI ion secretarymanager of Midland Gnn Club half partner in is the largest general insurance agen cy herehYou mill readily see that I am t1kepthave time to devote about one is month of each year to my favorite Itsporttrap shooting laui pleased to state that I have been fortunate to land some honors in this game among them being the amateur record of the world when I broke 896 out of 400 flying targets at Sulphur Okla in May 1008JI It remainu unbroken Since that time I have won the Texas stars championship two successive years 19081909 on double targets with Diamond Model I was also one of the winning twomanteam- in Texas 1908 with 500 Diamond Model With very best wishes for Mrs Cooper yourself and all my Kentucky friends I am Yours very truly JAMES S DAY Coae In and Settle Up As Mr C F Kash of the firm of Kash Johnson Kasb will withdraw from the firm at an early date it is absolutely imperative that all accounts must be settled up at once This is to notify o who are indebted to said firm t come in and settle by note or ac count as they must be settled within the next 30 days Meantime goods will be sold cheaper thau ever to let Mr Kash out and if you want bargains NOW IB YOUR CHANCE Respectfully KABH JOHNSON KASH Liberal Terms I am representing the largestj retail clothiers in the world whoI are operating 75 stores in theI 11- United States all selling on theI original plan of no money down and the easy payment of 1 each week I have just received a completel line of Samples for the Spring and Summer seasons which will in elude an extended and elaborate variety of colors Call on or write and I will serve you at the earliest date BURNS ELAM Agent Lock box 5 Hazel Green Ky Richmond Ky May 910- f Spencer Cooper Hazel Green KyI Dear Sir Enclosed find check for 1 for subscription to the most valuable paper in Eastern Ken taokf H Pieratt is getting 1 along fine at firming and trading iuhogsi He bought six last Mon d4y I am done planting corn fo the brat time but have about telJI acres to plant over Mr Combe aaoctbap J I bra jooNrkbetterXAwi j I f IVan tedAt once 5000 railroad ties delivered at Hazel Green I Apply to J T DAY JI Waited And at once a woman i to cook wash and iron Host I j wages and easiest here in townj1 Apply to SPENCER COOPER I Hazel Green Ky IPille Ridge Ky May 7 19lO Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky enclosedIfor 110 which pays up my to date Very truly yours JOEL Cox Our Agents Make S50 a WeekISflling new process water ruler mrtntit aud gold frame Costa HOcts complete with glass sells for 19S Samples andI instructions free Young man in Ohio made if22 in one day We are the largest picture and frame house in the world One general agent wanted in eachcoun willexsteadyhonorableOur business established 25 years We are not in the picture and frame trustIWe weal honorable trustworthy representatives only You need no capital to work for us We teach you hew to make success Address at once WILLIAMS ART Co 2615 W Taylor st Chicago Must Have It Livingston Term May 010 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Mr Cooper I have been intending every week for sometime past to write for THE HERALD but have not taken the time do it until now I find it hardI live without it I am not made exactly homesick when I see a copy but I Ihave a reeling for De Od Folks at Home I enjoy ev erything it Even the news ot theI visit of Sister Sally aud Uncle Jim The planting of the cropI The selling price of hogs etciare all interesting THE HERALD dear to a mountaineer Our school closes May 25th We had an excellent school all year The total enrollment reached thus far is 527 Everyone delighted over the success of itII is chiefly due to tte wise agement of Bro Derthick He has excellent qualifications as a school man The people here are carried away with him I regret that our mountains lost him It is a great to work withjiira There are all dear people They make it pleasant for all the teach ers The town is growing rapidly having increased since last Sep tember trom 050 to WOO The school is tbs chief reason These people appreciate educational ad vantges You will be glad doubtless to know that we have begun work on our new church building We hope to have it completed by August 18 You will find enclosed 1 for one years subscription to the paper If that is not enough I will forward you the balance if you will notify me Sincerely yours F W LONG MAYTOWN atoHello Jeffersonville do not let your letters stop Rain tend cold weather are put ting farmers behind with their cropsMiss Lillie Dennis was a guest of Miss Maude Wilson Thursday nightMiss Ruth Wills was calling on Miss Pearl Grain last Wednesday evening Miss Anna Clarke was calling on Miss Ruth Wills last Thursday morningMiss Murphy Jof Greasy creek was in town shopping last Thursday Miss Bernie Spradling was a guest of her aunt Mrs Manford Elam Wednesday night Misses Ruth Wills and Lillie Dennis were guests of Mias Ora Heizer Thursday evening Asa Nickell wife and little son Reed of Murphy were quests of H S Neff and wife Wednesday EPa Murphy the little daughter of Henry Murphy was a guest o her cousin Miss Ruth Wills tae Friday night Misses Bessie aud Atha Hobbs Pearl Crain arid Bert Wilfoi were pleasantly entertained at the home of Min Roth Wills Sunday even il1gr Edith Murphy the little daughter of BjlHe Murphy and wife oi Marpby was visiting her grand mother OMM MtJioda Patrick w ceuWrHenrfF1et t1I ieera t 1 h fI k 1 I attended Sunday school at this place last Sunday There must jie some nttractin for Henrywas all smiles The little son of John Henry of West Liberty cams over Thursday to visit his uncle Cline Sample and family He was accompanied home Friday by his grandmother Aunt Rhoda Sample who will vie it her daughter Mrs Henry for an indefinite length of timeiMay 9 BLACK EYES LITERARY HEROISM Gnat Works Accomplished Under thi Most Adverse Circumstances Some of the worlds riot valiu1 literary productions have been ac complished by their authors under circumstances of pain and hardship almost incredible Of the blind writers one immedi ately thinks of Milton and of our own Prescott who though not en performed torical composition while handi capped in a way calculated to dis hearten the bravest Another great hi torian John Richard Green did hiss work in the midst ofa hard battlb against dis ease and pain In lGU when he was finally prostrated by the disease that had taken hold many years be fore the doctors gave him no hope of living more than six months longer Nevertheless Green set about the task of writing his Short His tory of the English People a task that he triumphantly carried to a conclusion notwithstanding racking pains We are assured on excellent authority that Elizabeth Barrett Browning wrote the greater number of her fine poems confined to a darkenedroom to which by reason of her infirmities only her own family and most intimate friends could be admitted while she was in great weakness and almost continuous pain Another brave struggle was that of the poet lleine The last seven years of the German thinkers life were spent on what has been term ed his mattress grave in such pain and suffering that he was oblig ed to consume doses of opium in quantity sufficient to have killed several men Yet Hciuu not only enduredall this with resignation and even cheerfulness but managed to produce some of his most finished workamong which were Last Po ems and Thoughts and his Con fessionsTo list of literary heroes must be added the name of Scott Sir Walters manly fight against failing health and financial misfor tune during the closing years of IMF life is too well known to needmore than passing mention When the commercial reverses c me that left him staggering under a huge bur den of debt he shattered in health laboriously set to work with wea ried eyes and worn brain to recoup Painfully he toiled Sometimes as many as fourteen hours a day until the end came but nevertheless he succeeded in meeting every cent due by reason of the monumental in debtedness forced Grants upo4him under peculiarly pathetic condi tions Confronted by the dismal prospect of dying front a malignant disease and ruined by Reason of un fortunate financial ventures the doughty general in order to provide for his wife finished under these distressing conditions that work only four days before his death New York Tribune YOU CAN CURE THAT BACHACHE- Pain along the back dizziness headache nml general languor Get a package of Mother Grays AUSTRALIAN LEAF the pleasant root and herb cure for all Kidney Bladder and Urinary troubles When you feel all run down tired weak and without engrgy use this remarkable combination of natures herb and root AM a regulator it has no equal MolherGrays AUSTRALIAN IRAF is told by Druggists or sent by mail for 50 eta Sample sent FREE Address The Mother Gray Co Le Roy N Y You Bead the Other Fellows Ad You are reading this one That should convince you that advertising In these colullinsisaprofltableproposition business to your store othertfellow advertises is probably the reason he is get ting more business than is falling to 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revolver that he had secreted in his shoe He was charged with assaulting Anna Deering a 14yearold irlof Au guava Congressman Hughes whose farm is located at Kelogg Wayne county hat I made a purchase of several tine Holstein calves which have been taken to his farm They came from the government stock yards at Washington and ate thoroughbredsReports various parts of the state indicate that the first reports as to the damage done to the fruit and crops by the freezes of a few days ago were much exaggerated and that in portions of tbe state atleast there will be a fairly good fruit crop and the gardens were not hur as badly as reported Peculiar actions on the part of young Floyd Frazier under sentence of death at Wbitesburg on May 19 caused the jailer William Hall to make a most systematic search of Fraziers cell He found secreted away a tattle of carbolic acid with which Frazier was determined to commit suicide thereby cheating the gallows Garret Ingram an employe of the L A railroad while working with the bridge crew on the Hull creek trestle fell from the top of tbe trestle to the ground a distance of 33 feet and sus tained a broken knee pan and other pain ful injuries which are dangerous bu not thought to be fatal He was taken to a hospital at Richmond Beatty ville EnterpriseBerlin foreman of Walter Graters racing stable at Lexington was lined 25 and costs and sent to jail fo five days ba jury for whipping Clifford Porter an exercise boy under contract to Grater Young Porter is the son of the late Clifford Porter who was a noted trainer The boy had been disobedient himLThe first night rider arrests have taken place in Livingston county and the band Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad After Effects Our Terms are- Reasonable Every Patient is Our Guest Our Treatmentis No Barred Doors or Windows A BMiUfil Place for Rut ui Recspera BTWJ tojmwwt i X M I is in jail at Smitbland Those wrrn Woodsjn Crawford Jeorge Crawford John Crawford Roy Crawfod Jewell Robinson and John Allineston wellknown farmers Aliiigstoii is said to have coufesied giving the signals and signs of the band Wondson Crawford executed bond the other live going to I It is charged tlmt the band was lo cated near the Thompson Chapel where several mysterious fire have taken place Recently the Deputy Stale Marshal visited Livingston and the arrests are said to be the result of his work Mark Twain From tramp printer and rivor pilot to the foremost iitwrry fig ure of his timo s a scope of endeavor permitted to few moo earlylifedicated even in the slightest degree that at his death he would be mourned as the premier of his countrys letter or that his name would become a household word in every language and his works known under every sun As a boy he was the Tom Saw i yer of his own pages and he snatched his very pennumo from the crudj vernacular of pioneer ateuniboating Fame must have come to him most unpectedlv an uninvited guest Little could he have dreamed that the humble anecdote ofu Jumping Frog committed to print from the oral traditions of the backwoods would start him on a career which would I lead to worldwide minence Once acquainted with Fume however Murk Twain grow foul of her so systematicaltly and laboriously The goddess who is adjectivud as icko remain ed with him und gave him her choicest favors Long before Ills death he had made all civilization his audience Having met and mingled with all sorts and conditions of men he was enabled to produce that humor which endures because it it founded on the ineradicable truths of human nature Ho knew men as the are True he could sketch the impossible will but he II was at his heat in depicting the real the living typo His purely romantic writings are not his best theirtfoundation upon actual experiences curl actual persons established his greatness He could be fanciful but he was never so interesting 8s1I when he was Mark naturulIprodigiousrII cnpneityforI 111husinest I failureII other fortune He did bothsurel- y not a task for a leisurely man It was this industry drawing of course upon the talent that was in We desire to call your attention to our Sanitarium treatment drughabitsare a success Every one must come to our nilmum where we ape specially prepared to handle this data of diseases and where we tin pr jail Fire him that rias responsiblel for his high position in the literary world But for this he might have died a very ordinary newspaper grafter or a retirod Mississippi pilot I Them is no established literary standard by which the works of Mark Twain play he judged He scorned all limitations and was no i devotee of style Ho belonged to no school of literature He was a cosmopolite of letters who was equally at home amid the pagean i cleisissippi with Huckleberry Finn And he gave us Hooks not the things in books clothing at which Charles Lamb sneered but real Books with truth and life and inspiration us well as amusement between their covers On the occasion of Mark Twains seventieth birthday he was the guest of honor at what way probably the most notable dinner ever given in any other country The host was Col George Harvey and the guests included the most emi ofistituted a veritable Hall of Fume and the responses to toasts were classics in themselves and Mark Twain though undisputably the greatest among thorn was easily the least pretentious the most modest at the board It will be a long time perhaps before American literature pre aunts another name worthy to rank with that ot Clemens Among his mourners will he evry person who has found pleasure in his quaint humor and these are rum hared by the millionsTampa- Fla jMoriiiiig Tribune TNever hesitate about giving Chamberlains Cough Remedy to children It contains or other narcotics confideucejj given with implicit As a quick ecru for coughs and colds to which children are sus ceptible it is unsurpassed Sold by ill deniers I ICILLMORE alCuuaptont David Vest of Iaxton was in this section Thursday on business Morgan Spencer moved his sis tor Mrs1 Brook from Daysboro to 11rrIAmong those who attended thef meeting on Lacy creek from this place were J M1 Ely and wife und Henry Dunn and suet Willie Married at the residence of P II Hnddix Ben Patrick and Em AUtlyHaddixed the ceremony May 9 Dust Subscribe for the HERALDS I NO CURE guarantee a perfect cure in every case within ten days to two weeks for weeksOuro not rate much you use or howlong curedHEBE I Liquoraddictioni redlindreadyWe do not send our patients homE a physical wreck Witha lIolaUld tonic to build hemWhen you leave our fanlarium know tip cravingorearJ beginning If we do pot cu e you itcots you nothing so you tee yen have to gain and nothing to lose Metem arrested human i I Il Worn Women ILIa neetJatonicnot leave you of itself You should take Wineoi Cardui that effectual remedy for the ailments aarj s weaknesses of women Thousands of women have greatsbenefituse this reliable ofttried medicine 2 TAKE + i Jet The Womans Tonic 3Irs Rena Hare of Pierce Fla tried Cardui and aftenwujl wrote I was a sufferer from all sorts of female trouble had pain in my side and legs could not sleep had of breav tryingarduiTry Cardui Twill help you AT ALL DRUG STORES 1- sr ilTHE H KRISH Catlettsburg Kentucky Inc tI 1 1WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions Always in stock a well selected line Orders filled promptly and will un iI i iTHE HAZEL GREEN BANK Capital Stock Paid In in Cash S150H 01 120101ii 15001 Of- Individuall 01iI ITilt follnun IIK a 110tlr SluikhoMrrii 1ho Own Hilt Control III I I 1 ForkIi Greeni1 i GreeoiI Daysboro I CastleII 1 1 Greentl1 j GreenjI GreenII10 GreenAGreenVn Swords Creek Va Eo F CKCIL lJf PREsIDnrIti IND FURS JOHN WHITE 00 AND HIDESDIODEST Kj PUCI PA1DretlA iIIS16w- osiGoatsaaLalaa dtatar aiETALIatI sayLoamTsrta We Give a Positive Guaranteed Cure for Liquor j Morphine Cocaine Chloral and All Drug Habits Mssrdroomhomewhatevereverytbicg NOPAY shortness COMPANY e a+ a r a 1 j s 1 Our iis the fincut in the State and ladies need not about to HH as they are by a lady I and they will be shown but the most and teous We refer you to the Bank and any bus ness or man in our city Upon we can e lions place you in with persons we have cured who will gladly answer any ques j If 011 s ij i any reason to t that do r jj Yours very truly a HORD v c e b 1 eL a L fi 1IIIoijW ifH 4 0 Trained Nurses Fine Service Excellent Table Well Furnished andaWell Ventilated js Rooms Sanitarium hesitate coming attended nurseInothing constant touryattention Farmers Nations professional application correspondence scekinca entiresatisfactioncheerfully jwej SANITARIUM SHELBWitLE jH The Plans Where Lighter uiJn- ltUlrarwiUIt JUUto IL 1i i I i