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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w I I Ir4 0 c I Ti hrw-r + H AZEI RE ErR 1- e Ii2p- r r41- s = EstablIShed March 4 1BB6 Mad Taao s Inthe Btory of Jonathan mnd His Co tlaemtby Max ORell 0 srpeRa fa EdIor L t The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated end Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 I YuriiA GI c IITWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 19 1910 NUMBER 46 i iI t Wiugton and Eastern Railway j flat Table in Effect JOBS 21 1908 ii rBOUNDri i oo BTATION8 I Daily ex Dally und Sunday r r I Sunday j Sunday jjouly I iAMLveIPMLveAMLveiubon 1 I O gJnnct ti If pm pm i amii I amWigt Jb 7 IS am pncapon 15 DIU 4 26 pm SM am 25 IIIU I 35 pm 1IlIt1U- i L IIaODIIII Wam 507 pm IUU3am t 12am 50 tw 1U12am r 55 tm J t5 pm lUSaw f EAST BOUND i H Kl No4 k r andkI ASILTtpJLLTe pLexington 0 7 35 am US pm I r t4 JS d pllllO LAEJunctiouIiij20 t b 26 13 pm am 360 pwjlOJ Clay CityjJIO tI 02 atD j44 9 10 am UII pml44IStanten 93bHU pm pm 9 43 am 435 pill 57LNatBridge57 9 56 am IIH1 pm 10 17 amb pill 1 6 US pill 9V OKJuDCDlllItI 1115 am 1110 JackonJt9J 1120 am 1 CONNECTIONS I f LiEJ tTiONlthiiib SOB land 4i will make connection with the C d ORy ISterlingI No 1 2 rJ ud 4 connect with the Mountain Central I f RCamptonygnTVf No 2 i will wake connection at BeattyTille June I riththe 1 and A Kailwuy for passengers toad from Beattyvill- lf O A LJUNCTIoNTraina Nos 3 and 4 eaaectwith the O d K Railway for loea1- akiIoAl on the O A K Railway W A McDOWKLL UenenU Manager OBA8J8COTTUenPnM Agent I iii Kefllllcky BaUwag99- 1Ime Table May 21 I9OB WEST BOUND ss 2 K No 21 ex = STATIONS = Daily ex y v Sunay PJLAEB 0 27 PM Ann b 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 155 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 tI 45 13 Lee CilYm 13 12 13 405 20 Hampton 11 11 51 I V 52 22 Wilhnrst- i 6 11 44 i J 10 27 O iKJunction 0 11 15 I J 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND I SI I SI No22 I eJ = STATIONS = Daily M ay Suna- yr ULLv PMLVKI I 1710 27 Cannel City 0 100 i 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 I 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 r 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1H 837 10lVUharst20 151 925 1 OAK Junction 22 225 r 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 I Kot31 and 22 will make close connectioi Isi Oi A K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for I psoa the Lexington aud Eastern Rail wy M L CONLEY Superintendent uiiliL Ce1rat alli I Ho 1 No 2 PART ABB1VE 100 a mCamptonll30 a m I 200 p mCampton 000pm I No1i1ZIVEi1 80 amCampn Juno10 05 am pwCampn Juno 4 40 pm I I The Mountain Central makes r enaection with all L E pas fMBger+ trains I I BIIF BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER I CAMPTON KY I NFOBM3 the citizens of Wolfe and carrieslinep ifMieTierirtkiig necessary to put away LladccentlltyJe vJSpedal caskets supplied on 24 PfiPf aatiee finest made if ordered I 4 v funeralsfltwcaafill I I HOUSEvi r Maze Crsnv Ky I tIIIrI fcOP DAT Prawtletor Aleh i M dXii r COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distantfriends DAYSBOIIOIMiss Laura Davidson was calling on Miss Roxie Nickell Wednesday evening Miss Clnmma Oldfield was a guest of Miss Laura Davidson last MondayMrs P A Wilson of Neola is visiting her daughter Mrs S C AlexanderMrs II Nickell and mother were guests of Mrs S C Alexan ThursdayHagar of Neola was a guest of Jimmy Alexander one night recently Willie Alexander of Middles boro was calling on his father S C Alexander Sunday Mrs America Nickell of Mid dlesboro was calling on Mrs S C Alexander Wednesday Trading Jim Wilson left last week with 108 head of cattle for the Mt Sterling market Mrs Gracie Alexander of Mid dlesboro was a guest of Mrs H H Nickell on Grassy Sunday Warnie Ely of Gillmore pass ed through our little city Monday en route to Hazel Green on busi ness Rev Willoughbyof Hazel Green Academy preached to a big crowd at this place Sunday Come again Bro Willoughby Miss Mabel May and brother Roy spent Saturday night at the home of Miss Stela Clark at May town returning Sunday Lyle May and Laura Davideon paid a shopping visit to Hazel Green Saturday afternoon Lyle bought a fine hat ot Mapel Troy Sunday school is still in progress here every Sunday morning at 10 oclock Miss Nabel May is superintendent and a big crowd attends Last week Poet Sam Wilson fin ishedpainting the residence of Trading Tim Wilson at this place With the body color white and trimmed with stone color it has a fine appearance Henry Wilson had charge ot the work A musicale was held at the home of SC Alexander Sunday Among those who attended were Misses Mabel and Lyle May Stella and Gracie Nickell Bessie Sebastian and Stella Nickell Rufus Nick ell Roy May Carl Sebastian Her bert Legg Younger Davidson Claude Wilson and Finley Ward of Pekin All report a nice time May 16 BLUE EYE John D Rockefeller would go broke if he should spend his entire income trying to prepare a better medicine than Chamberlains Col ic Cholera and Diarrbae Remedy for diarrhw dysentry or bowel complaint It is simply impos sible and so says every one that has used it Sold by all dealers SANDFIELD Ella and Viola Center spent Saturday with Carrie Center Asa Stamper spent Saturday night with A B McNabb and wife Bob Sally of Lacy creek spent Saturday night with Willie Catron Maud McNabb was a guest of Mies Cordie Oldfield last Saturday nightI Honaker preached an inter esting sermon at Tohver church SundayDr M Center will preach at Toliver church Sunday evening at 2 oclock Tom Sexton of Maytown was a guest of J J Catron and family Sunday night Mallie McNabb and Stella Cat ron were ueste of Miss Gladys Hollon tVednesa uiight Rev Johnny Barker will preach stSsiflfield Sunday morning at 11 oclock Everybody invited DelU Legs Nannie Stamper and Ne and Stella Citron spent Sa dT night with Alice and UforaWiUf JfJ9 gol3+Wat J oJ TO CORlE8POHDEHT8Mil YOUfitemse not later thanTaesday normi Monday if possible News received after that will not be published unJes or unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only LANDSAW I DaysboroSaturday Plenty of rain and cold weather here discouraging to farmers Caroline Taylor and Clara Pence1 were visiting at this place Satur dayW M Clark of Toliver has been visiting in this section for a few daysHon J M Tester who has been at Campton during court came in home Saturday W L Welch a nephew of A C Kash and representing the Pari I Milling Co was here today- J P Tackett left last week for baYingbeenOliver Rush who has been tak ing the census in the Hazel Green precinct came over home first of the week Prof K M Halsey and Otis Kashwent to the Hurst school house Sunday and it seems that they met some friends from Fro zen creek There is quite an excitement here over Halleys comet and lostlookingCrockett Rose and wife nee Maud Hurst visited the latters parents W L Hurst and wife at Malaga Saturday and Sunday Boyd Hatton and a Miss Stam per daughter of Doc Stamper of Grassy were married May their pathway be strewn with flowers W H Chambers had the mis fortune Sunday night of losing one of the largest sides of meat from his meatbouse and four hens from his chicken house Since our last writing Logan Little bought of E T Kash ohe mule for 175 Steve Rose of Le ander Barker four steers for 7750 and E T Kash of Isom Brewer one cow for 2250 On the 11th inst Dr D H Kash of this place and Louie Rose of Stillwater were united in the holy bonds of matrimony andon the 12th they were re ceived at the home of the grooms parents A C Kahand wife where a nice dinner was prepared Wo join in wishing them a long and happy life May 16 ANON A touch of rheumatism or a twinge of neuralgia whatever the trouble is Chamberlains Liniment drives away the pain at once and cures the complaint quickly First application gives relief Sold by all dealers LEXIE Newton and Charley Maloney and S S Rose left Saturday for Mt Sterling- C O Rose of Snowdenville was visiting his father Joseph P- Rose Saturday C F Kasb and wife of Hazel Green were guests of W S Trim ble and wife Sunday Mrs Newton Childers and daugh ter Miss Edna spent Sunday with H L Childers and family Lexie and Mort Elkius and Willie Billings made a business trip to Lexington one day recently Miles Fallen and family of near Neola were visiting Mrs Fallens siiter Mrs Logan Nickell Sunday Misses Mallie Byrd and Gracie Williamwere visiting the formers sister Mrs James Cox on Rocky branch Saturday and Sunday Curtis Byrd and wife Asberry James and wife G F Byrd and wife and Porter Laoy and son Courtney were visiting Tom Wil llama aid family Sunday Aunt Juda Will rented out her home in Hazel Green and iit mak ing her home with her daughter Mrs W 8 Trimble She iis hav ing a nice little cottage built which will be completed this week She gajs there iif no place like borne and abe bM fawn bo ekeep Jg orer CO jrw V Na1yt1 Ems f f Shucks NEOLAII Hager Hollon visited home folk over Sunday Henry Matlock called on our merchants recently Georgia Hollon was entertaine- by I Mary Gullett Sunday Miss Carrie Dykes called on Mie I Myrtle Elam Sunday evening Mrs W Easterling is visitin her daughters Mesdames Ela I and Crase May and Edgar Nickell of Gras sy attended church at this placeI last Sunday Mollie Julia and Minnie Skeins were guests of Miss Maud Gullettt last Sunday Mrs P A Wilson is visiting her daughter Mrs S C Alexander at Daysboro Mrs P E Gullet was a guest of her sister Mrs America Nickell last Sunday A large crowd of voung people prtvIrecently given Williu Davis and wife Several were entertained at the home of Besse and Hager Hollon Sunday evening by violin harpI and piano music We noticed tbe following Misses Clem ma and Minnie Oldfield Roxio Nickell Minnie Fallen Maud Gullett audII Collie Skeins Pearl Gullntt and John Nickell Come again boys I and girls you are always welcome May 16 DEMOCRAT Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets will clear the sour stom ach sweeten the breath und create a healthy appetite They promote the flow of gastric juice thereby inducing good indigestion Sold by all dealers TOUVErT- Barchire Taylor spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Jim Landrum Stamper I Roll is Stamper was calling on Miss Cora Weaver Saturday night Oliver Kash spent Wednesday uight with J B McNabb and fam I ilyWick Landrum spent Saturday I night with his father A B Lanff drumEmma Landrum and Frances James took dinner with Miss Mattie McNabb Sunday 1 Jack Cox looked very sad Sun day Hold up your head Jack she will be back before long O W McNabb sold his farm to Bob Miller but we did not learn thq price We think he will go west this fall Quite a crowd was entertained with some fine music at the home of Miss Frances James Sunday All report a nice time May 16 BLUE RIBBON The splendid work ot Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light No such grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing constipation sick headache bili ousness jaundice and icdigestion Sold by all dealersI MIZE Troy Arnett spent Sunday night with Lee Rose A llarge crowd attended meeting at Old Grassy Sunday J P Rose spent Saturday night with Curreu Nickell at Mize James Arnett of Lee City stopped over with J B Rose Thursday nightcJ B Rose attended the sale at Hazel Green and bought two year ling calves for 20 J B Rose bought of Ben Mur phy J 2 head of calves for 155 and 12 head of sheep for 60 oillNeolaone night recently and bought of N J Halsey a yoke of work cattle for 141 Mrs Nannie Murphy of Nanny bad the misfortune of getting her barn burned last Thursday even ing about six oclock A lot of fine hay was in the barn and two horses were burned The horses belonged to 4 drammer and Miles t Yocom The loss iia estimated to t be about 1600 There was DO Hr1WCINqI4 Gymxowof iUJ4I J TRENTI of near Ha szei green visited in this section Sunday Charley Maloney of Lacy creek was a guest of his brother Walter recentlydMiss Ethel Edwards who i Rosespaid home folks a visit Sunday thigs conmducteu by Revs Jeff Brewer andl D B Center Mrs George Pennington of nea this place visited her sisterinlaw Mrs Kelly Sally on Red river Saturday and Sunday Rev Willis Lykinp ef Grassy passed through this section Satur day en route to Stillwater where he conducted services Sunday eonsCharlievisited her sister Mrs Jhn Bar ker the latter part of last week 01V Cecil and wife of Conso lation passed through here one day recently from Cuuiptou where they had ben visiting their daugh tar Mrs D P Miller and were granddaughter Several of the young folks were MissMaudiesome fine music Among them we noticed Misses Ethel Estella gallantsDayidEdgar Edwards May 17 E C E Lioi Felines a Chili In Pittsburg a savage lion fond Icd the hand that a child thrust into his cage Danger to a child in sometimes great when least re garded Often it comes through colds croup and whooping cough is Theyslay thousands th tDrKings Nw Discovery could have savedhA few doses cured ourt baby of a very bad care of croup writes Mrs George n DYia of t Flat Rock N C We alwayI give it to him when he takescoldl Its a wonderful medicine for ba bies Best for coughs colds la to grippe asthma hemorrhages weak lungs 50c and 5100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers SELLARS yourlettersW W Phipps is not any better at this writing Emma and Ada Byrd went totNeola shopping Monday Isom Long and wife went to Hel eohwa shopping Wednesday Allie Nickell bought a fine bug gy from Willie Byrd for 40 Mrs Nathan Hollon was a guest of Mrs C A Nickell Sunday Clint Byrd and Tom Raonic attended church at Neola Sunday Allie Nickell and Emma and Ada Byrd went to Cannel City TuesdayMiss Byrd visited her sister Mrs Mattie Nickell from Tuesday until Friday Mrs C A Nickell visited ber- daughter Mrs F P Wilson at Neola recently Miss Sue Long and Mrs Clark Cecil called on Mattie and Mrs Ci1 A Nickell Saturday morning Mrs Mollie Wilson was visiting J her father Mot Collinsworth at Daysboro Saturday and Sunday a Mrs E Skeins and grandson Arvel Spencer visited Mrs Ross May at Adel Saturday aud Sun dayMisses Jettie Rasnic antLIda and Gracie Collinsworth were visiting Misses Mai lie Julia and Minnie Skeins recently Misses Mallie Julia and Minnie Skeins E Skeins Finley Jenning and Boyd Craft attended church Neola Sunday May 16 LILLIE A lID Waits TSJ PM only when a lazy liver and slug gash bowels cause frightful de spondency Bat Dr Kings New Life Pills expel poisons from the system bring hope and courage once all liver stomach and kidney troubles impart health and vigor to the weak nerrou and ailing rt 26c at all dealers 1A l1 d A SIMfNON 1 A wedding to reportwoq veiTrilhalthinJ J Landrum visitedVat this place Sunday V A A large crowd attended chrirds sat Morgue Sunday Ely Kash of Still ftterit rslife ing friends at thisiplftce Robert Turner made s ImiftlsaV a trip to Jackson Saturday Ass Sweeney bought of JJ- r Landrum a milk cow foza4QA Willie Lawson returnedsrfhoBa Saturday from a visit to Red lirouf FLandrumF 8125 onherSunday Henry Clair and fan1ilare vii iting Mrs Claus parent at alai I writing James Hampton who baB ieen1 attending school at Jackson oars home ThUrldayj TarnerandlIMletdaughter Clear fork Sunday Carl Rudd was again aeenpnbie j way to Frozen The attraction is a Lilly of course J SamaAtbarBrewer calling on Miss Martha Hdllbn Sunday afternoon I A Misses Lenis and LuoyiSirKfi and Emma Turner sand i3fl Turner visited frienda on i ter Saturday and Sunday ireport a nice time May 17 MAYFV wsjtk Catarrh CIUll Ctlie1a with LOCAL APPLJGATI01f8 tA not reach the seat of the dLeuF Ea blood or constitalioaal liieitf1 orderto cure it you must eJBkililllllWII f4WinallyeqrfacevHaQa eCDnot s gnaak esedtha es Irt or one of tb best pbriicj lrry for yunud IsTi rtA alesnJNAicombinedi oelogperfect eombicatisla0Fthetxst i what produces such W01Ictift 5cnrinjf Catarrh Send for teII i gSolds Take ills Faily ilfor4o illi JEMI witnrs jujjjajjjz 1rIJIJ J The Constitution foUet4MF and wh tfollerB the Copilftstsiin ftimethqccotothePalfajinmof j f i When a atatesmati gitatfcrlT t idenshal bee in his bouijdj St 1 thinks it is tbe AmerikJBBftwl rThatawbywas a sncksess ft f j Honesty aint always ttiiie Jetifi J politics f A rolling voiegeihers no lboiir-+7 r jAF r i 1Wdll 1 tchancet faLatinwife tiyiqu 9 wm gqtJRf 9 i ten foot reeling watnAtfi duster t1 CCAglaPirl9l = ti lice till politu gLteidip iac I fi U J The Godess of Liberty doatmi i pasts t jr r r i I asjiRs j hseitafalsbaLerfChaltiliel14tia 9iiHgj 1 children StYao itai tltt ncll l t or other nareoticaJ KQ 1IJt1lttt given with JRJPlicit q f As a quick cure forwpptt colds to which child li0gjf ceptible it is tartrga irtl SoliY s- rbyallidealess L 1 The Lee City banes aU boZsxxi vuit4d theCtfnuel Ciitilt8ondy Tne Jet Mltq faw ot Leveint lGemJrOIIM Ciiye iet3 elyt- Ca1s1M1 City ihenv h A r ovtVrdiJ ilL T r dt4 fJI1 1II SSgml iWwS T9i f ir ITTII f i 1 qf CWJfjllt fr Y i 17 i f E IFT f p rp T E HERALDS I Enterel1 at the hazel Grrrn POI U I office a econd clan matter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KYITHURSDAY May 19 1910 PBITUMIESJBIBilTESRESPECT Ts must be paid for in advance to insure pub lication TilE Hazel Green Academy will begin its commencement week wit an entertainment by the primary department on Saturday night the 28th inst We have not the pro gram athand but it will suffice t say that in all respects it will equal any of the former entertain meuta of its class Commencement day will be on Wednesday June 1 and a large crowd from a distance will be present as usual to r itues the entertainment on the evening of that day Every citizen of th town should do his or her utmos- to make these strangers within our gates feel perfectly at home for it is through them and their good will largely that Hazel Green Academy has gained its and popularity Let everyone bid them welcome and let us so deport ourselves that they may know iit IB not self interest or deceit upon our part that wo look upon them as our own people in all that helpsI to build up the mountains andes pecially its educational interests OLIVER KASII the census enum erator for this precinct finished his work last week and he is about the only one in the county who did so at least as far as we haveI been able to learn Our Man About Town asked him the total population in the district and he replied that he had not then added it up but to the best of his knowledge it would be from 1600 t 1800 Mr Kash is to be congrat ulated upon the facility with whichI be finished his work and the Cen BUS Bureau is likewise to be con gratulated upon having such an efficient enumerator If all in the1 county of Wolfe were as painstaking and polite as he proved to boI our county will have lost nor gained any in population bu stand with a solid count Will Fly In Louisville The people of Kentucky at last are to have an opportunity to seei aeroplanes in flight with real bird- men soaring high in the air and executing difficult and interesting evolutions with no other sustain ing power than the planes and motorsThe Louisville Times has an nounced that a great aviation meet J is to be held in Louisville on June 1819 at Churchill Downs under the auspices of that paper at which some of the worlds most noted aviators will be seen with their wonderful aircrafts Most prominent among these will be Glenn H Curtis whose daring achievements both here and abroad have stamped him as a peerless birdman Such others as Charles F Wil lard Charles K Hamilton Horace F Wild Bud Mars and C I K Bates will also be in the con tests for the supremacy of the air III The comparatively recent ad vaneement in the science of aviation has been such as to startle the entire world and the daily ac counts of broken records show that there are still great possibili ties tor unheard of adventures by maybeis extremely likely from the fact that experts hove declared the Churchill Downs course an ideal againfpr1the fortunateWeather reports for years past show that the wind velocity for the last half of June is the slowest of any time in the year in Ken tacky and of course this is cot L ducive to theeasy handling of the great machines It is expected that low rates trill be secured on all railroads iMftiog into Louiarillo for these two days and iit is expected that record breaki crowds will flock to the historic race course where retofore KelltwrtlJorJuib- i I i Jf ibe 41spiete4 l wsy- y r Ylr3 1 E FULLER JR of Lexington connected with the New Domain Oil owns again in town Tues diy and incidentally it was learn ed that he contemplates locating i some test wells near Hazel Green hShOUld these wells prove of any value they will eventually help the people ol Hazel Green andI hope Mr Fuller may find it COweI j veuient to make several tests i tfnVafhy tErritoryIt tDnI B CLAKKE HYDE whom a jury at Kansas City Mo Oil Mon found guilty of murdering TCol Thomas H Swope and sent enced to life imprisonment owes his conviction to his own tostiiuo ny on the witness stand says Juror thh man who pronounced the physicians I punishment Intil Sunday f night Crone and S R Johnson a acquittalill against the rest of the jurors Re membering Dr Hydes demeanor on the stand Crone finally decided the accused man was guilty t and voted for his conviction He niakingsthe verdict unanimous Dr Hyde theeI teet timony convicted him The Sow vs the Hen The hen has had her inning repeatedlyIsung as the great money pro ducer until she has almost super seded the eagle as the American bird Her egg product has been thelnational debt several times over But the hen is now overshadowed by the sow There is no senti meat about a sow but there iis lots of money The pigsty has put the poultry house in the shadeI and a grunt now means more than a cackle The sow is now more important on the farm than the horse too mule or even the hen A hen may produce in a your good many eggs which will give the farmers wife a good deal of- pin money but a sow in a year will produce enough pigs to pay for a handsome tailor made suitor a few pattern hats The hen always quits laying when eggs are justoas many pigs when pork is soiling at 1100 per hundred as when jit is down to HmJ Talk about your Standard Oil stocku sow pays bigger dividends than even John D can afford cu his monopoly The sow has never gotten her hen up as high as a hen gees about her business in very downcast and low ly way but she gets there all th same Her grunt is sweeter music thetmockingbird which sings from his leafy bower If she tips the beam at 250 pounds she is worth on the market 25 but if she stays on the farm her pigs in one year will sell for 50 She declares a two hun dred per cent dividend annually on her par value She is both a pig and a wealth producer She is paying off mortgages on the farm and causing the farmer to ride around in automobiles and smoke ten cent cigars Let the lieu go way back and set while Mrs Sow ambles to the front and produces more gold than the mines of Golconda Whan Gen Wyler pigshepigs would soar Keep the sows plgsElizabeth AN ORDINANCE FOIL TilE PROTECTION OF s9UIJOIs GAMKSIo At a call meeting of the pant of QreenKyBoard for the purpose of considering an ordinance for the protection of the school in its entertainments do ordain as fol lowsThat it shall be unlawful for any per son or persons to RO upon the enclosed premises of another or others at the time gameiswithout a permit from the personper sons or corporation owning such enclo sed premises or some duly authorized agent of such remain Nor shall inside owoerII closing such prog ress of any such base ball game or other athletic game without such permit from the owner thereof or his duly authorized agent and any and all persons violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be fined in any sum not less than 11110one dollar nor more than 500 five dollars for each offense This ordinance shall be in force from the time of iu passage approval and publication The Board then adjourned M V ROBERTS C F HASH Clerk Chairman Hazel Green KT May 161y10- lA tbe lid7w8 y 0i t tirjf i +I- FNre t1 or 11 ir1fIi h i MAYTOWN I Cold weather still continues A large ctowd took dinner with James Ingram and family Sunday IF ff Naff and wife were guests jof 1M lull and wifo on Hack water Sraiday lieu Murphy the great cattle king passed through this one day last week James Jngram made a business trip to West Liberty Sunday r i turning Monday Misses Huth Wills and Urn H iiz er Pad Joe Childers were out bug gy riding Saturday evening I Mrs1 Maggie1 McNubb1 and little anu VickIifr Edgar of Jetrorson yule are visiting relatives and friends at this placeI Missea Cora sari Joann Rose of Lacy creek were guests of their cousin Miss Lila Murphy at this place Saturday and Sundnv Mrs H S Nell Ruth Wills and1 Berne Sprndling spent Tuesday with the formers daughter Mrs Voiney Henry on Greasy creek Miss Mabel May of Daysboro our former school teacher was coiling on all her old pupils Sn t urday evening She nays she we glad to see tnem again May 15 BloAt K EYKS uu Women as Well as Men era Made MiserableI by Kidney and Bladder Trouble I Kidney trouble preys upon the mind i discouranesaudlessensamlntion beauty druggists pamphlet all vigor and cheerful1 ness soon disappear the are out of or diseased thas become so prevalent that it is not uncom mon for a to tbe born afflicted with kidneys If the child urinatestoo if the urine scalds the flesh or if the child reaches a age it should be able to control th passage it is yet afflicted with bedwe- lingdependupon it the cause of the diffii culty is kidney trouble and the first olthese importantorgans This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a as most people suppose misera able with kidney aril bladder trouble remedyThef SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by in fifty cent and onedollar maYJlmvetelling = when kidneys order Kidney trouble child weak often when when habit 3 about SwampRoot fwmTincluding many of the thousands of testii monial letters received from sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make an DdBinghamton N Von every bottle SELIlaIe g This finely bred combined harness au saddle stallion will make the seasnu otlJlO at my barn in Daysboro at the low price o- ST TO INSURE LIVING COLT Money due when time mare proves in foalI or bred to another horse or jack or traded away and a lien on the colt will be retaIn- ed moneySEIIHt sorrel 16 hands 3 inches highwith white stockings on feet lie is 7 years old thissprini lIe sired by Pat Washington a celebrated sa j die stallion of Fayette county and out of a mare by Golden Chiet combined horse DEMPSEYThIS tine young jack will make the sea son at the same barn at S5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT- on horseDKMPSBY in i lbisbSamX whobUejackA1I accidaub4i any occur W C m8A TIN FARM FOR SAlE 0lesslyingcreekknownAllfencedi good timber and nearly all clearedI land in grass Large orchard over dwelling tenant house For the next thin atbargain ary 1 1910 For further particu RRDR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Oflers his profe tional services to the citlI seas of Haul Green and surrounding coua afflictionOffice 1I l j j 9reca B ok 1 4Y tkjf I KENTUCKY KERNELS iL 1 i C relally Collated and Concisely Chronicled 0The Adjutant Nenerala department j I hs nuihtered in H new company of state guard at ISarbourville It has fil1 men i and J F Capron is captain nrile Madison County Fiscal Court has ordered that the Jailer of that county i shall he paid a salary of GO per month 3furi talcitiK pare of the jail Governor Villitnn Monday appointed Jackson Morris as Ihis private secretary to succeed McKenzie Todd who was rejj cently appointed state Inspector andi 1 XIUlllnerIj i At Lexington options have been taken 1011 Main street property by L H Kami fey and others with a view to the erec j lion of a lrli000 theater to be comij pleted by February 1 next I Owing to lack of hinds it has been de cided to discontinue the tree public I library at Helievue which was inaugnlII rated several years ago under the auspices of the Socialist party A doubleheaded coal freight train on I the C O railroad near England Hill- a WIIjLSkilled and three others very nadly hurt i I Cecil Anderson a member of the Georgetown College baseball team was accidentally struck in the temple with a ball by Pitcher Hillenmeyer of the State University team He is in a cnti cal condition Miss Taylor Jackson and Sirs George I Kellywere indicted at Henderson on the I charge of aiding prisoners + es capef rom the Henderson county jail by furnishing wins and tiles to Roy Keller a prisoner tin the jail charged with a felony They were arrested R X Maddox and J W Brown the University of Kentucky students who portertand Mints each in tile Lexington Police court The charge of soldiery WitH chang ed to breach of the J eace Disregarding the statement of Sarah Williams that she hall been persuaded to plead oily to the charge of murdering j thatfWillson has declined to extend execu tive clemency to the woman Governor Willson appointed the following delegates to attend the national meeting of Charities and Corrections at St Louis May 1929 Sirs R P Halleck Miss Frances Ingram Miss Harriet An demon M B Barker Edward Grauman and Colonel Thomas D Osborne theiSchool will hays the privilege of select ingfiom any one of six courses an art course a general high school course a scientific course a classical course a commercial course and a manual train ing course Lee county has increased the salaries of her officers as follows The County Judge County Attorney and Superintendent of Schools were raied to SOO per year each whit the County Clerk was allowed a yearly salary of 400 in TheykI of coursed Few if any contracts for flour for the charitable institutions of the state will be given out of Kentucky Most of the superintendents of the asvlums would rather have the hard wheat flour from the Northwest as they claim that it in I lightly cheaper and makes lighter bread goingJLewis Cook a native of Beaver creek met an untimely death Saturday on Ot ter creek being trampled to death by a horse It appears foal Cook was intoxi cated and was accompanied by a woman They both being horseback and he un theeof lungs Death was not instantaneous but followed a few hours later Cook leaves a family of several childreni The engineers are at work making the survey for the railroad bridge that is to be constructed across the Big Sandy river at Auxier for the North East Coal company The coal openings are also being located and within a short time ITheI west side of the river on the farm facently purchased from Henry Litteral and will probably bo named AuxierI11I RegiyGuardaan an entirety The Frst Regiment bow ever will riot be mustered out There are more companies ready to go Into the placesforLongmireiifull up at present and Major who accompanied the inspecting officerIIfrom the United States Array on in regtImeDtI i Ir M s ft 7 11 Ii 1 1MAPEL TROY j ii- IVIILL1TERS Our Spring mid Summer lino of Goods and Millinery I is now in stock We have if hauttftllltllo of lithe something that is pure to please you These have i- I boon selected with great cute I Our line of Novelties is of the best Have some pretty selections in Drew Hoods Wash Goods Silks otc etc t We also have a pretty lino of ReadyMade Waists Skirts and Underwear all at reasonable prices 1I- i and see us We will take pleasure in showing 1 IiCall through i ISPRING MILLINERY OPENING MARCH 23 to 26 1 1AZELGREEN ACADEMY iJ Mountain School oftChristian Womans Board of Missions ft L a A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which j extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms SCHOOL EXPENSES 1 Tuition for term of eleven weeks I5QO Good Board per week 200 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you For further particulars address M O CARTER lE D J HICKEY EhljI Ei E j No 224 W Short Street Ii Lexington Kentucky 1 I j GO TO 1 Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS J t f General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c i HAZEL GREEN KY j FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING ti = = r F STEP INTO t CECIL SRSB 111andlock through our new line of I SPRING and SUMMER GOODS We have the newest thin out in M LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS 8 i We have a fullI line of will still sell I yardI5 Cents per I Anything you are iint pof it i I tiit 11GET OUR PRICES I WE ALso HAVE WALL PAPERsl I n 1 iI y u isnYour HairIn your comb Why so Is r head a much better place IIDouhe SIVigor new improved formula in quickly stops falling hair There is not a particle of doubtJabout it Vle speak very posi I lively about this for we know I Don not change the color ofthe hair I I J omuU with each bottleh y Show it to your at zjersAkL it 00RIndeed the one great leading feature or our new Hair Vigori may well be said to be thisit stops falling hair Then it joes one step furtherit aids nature in restoring the hair and scalp to a healthy condition Ask for the new kind Uado by the J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass I THE HERALD of Miss Ada Henry of Bonny was in town shopping Wednesday Tibba hrothers are painting the residence of Mrs Lula Kash with a pure white coutoAWantedImmediately 10 teams to haul railroad ties Call onhiTons D ROSE Lexie Ky 1 lie tCbud Day and wife moved into the Jordan Wills property Monday and are now citizens of Hazel Green Children cry FOR FLETCHERS C A S T O R I Aal Our Man About Town met f Roger Bryan and Mr Fans of- fj Winchester both of them travell LfI Prof Willoughbys wife child and mother have come to Hazel of Green to live We welcome them in our midst- Read the new Racket store ad JT Day especially if you wantofII setot nice furniture or an el gauta I dress pattern the Our near neighbor Mrs tuck pie f Hollon was taken quite sick Sun day and has been suffering cc neidI erably since that timebli Mrs Jim Bush of Grassy creek I has been quite sick and her spn xr law James Lawson wife and ii i5 children are now visiting herVI 5 Mrs Robert Cecil and sister il Sue Look visited on Grassy Fri j i day and Saturday to attend thentI 11 bedside of their uncle who is There was a watch party held at Mrs Lula Kashs Tuesday night to see the comet and the party had a nice supper with the hostess at 1 oclock of on = We have the consolation this 1f destroysome ot our delinquents that we could not touch News reached here Tuesday that IUV Isaac Miller was thrown from a of mule had his shoulder dislocated ij and was otherwise injured Parties mars are very sparserMisses Bertie Cecil and Nancy Rose were in town shopping Wed nesday Miss Bertie IS clerking at Lee City and will continue her work through the summerr J Ves Norman and Andy Blanken ship are weather boarding the ad r dition to J T Days Racket store- housejl and will possibly complete f the building before they quit I tpWutedAnd at once a woman to cookwash and iron Best wages and easiest home in town 1 Apply to SPENCER COOPER r Hazel Green Ky t The special examination for the teachers course was held at the academy Monday Tuesday and j Wednesday The regular examination I of the school will take c place next week Miss Pbceba Sparks of Grassy 4rek on the farm of Mrs South ij iQldjSeld is quite sick and pnbl- iMinion is to the effect that ibe MS consumption Her sister Kaof jwhO lives with MrflLula Sub IttendingJtiar baide r Miss Sue Longs Recital I On SusieLangHallChapelpresent to be very fine Susie is quite an elocutionist and her pleasant appearances on the rostrum renders her especially attractive iucludingAhsgraduate repentherLiberty ackson and she may obey their overtures The following are a few of the recitations rendered in program Saturday night and the termination of each piece I tumultuous applause greeted her1 Little Cripple Shake spears Scenes from Macbeth George Elliott The Mill on the Floss extracts Owen Meredith j t Aux ItalieneI A goo dII appreciative audience was present We regret that lateness of receipt the recital compels us to curtail this noticeII The Nay Stock SaleII 11our11 transactionse mong them we note Sebron Walter bought eight I of yearling heifers from Ar Cecil for 110ICharley Rose bought 24 headof j MalonIeybull from Steve Rose of the sameII creek for 85 Two cows from 11II drove belonging tau Mr Caldwell I 42 and 35 respectively Sebrou Walter bought two year t lings from a drove for X34 John Sebastian of Daysboro bought a cow from Steve Rose of acy creek but the price was not learnedJohn M Rose disposed ofa lot hogs two of them being tohSteve Rose for 22 1t t Social At Consolation A social was eiveu in honor of I1 Misses Emma Gibbs Josie Gibbs nd Ida Nickell of Gillmore at residence ot Columbus Gilles near Consolation Saturday night and everything went as merry as the chimes of marriage until midnight A large number of young people of the neighborhood were present and all the oldtime games ot socials were in dulged in with a few modern ino i Who knows but the result 1 will be a few marriages in the not 1 far distant future One might so from the lovelight inII he eyes of severalcouples j The Value of Tiling Joseph P Rose living close to town and on the waters of Lacy creek has put in 1000 or more feet tiling Ellis Johnson living the same tributary of Red river above Mr Rose has put in 1300 feet or more and likes it so well that be will treble the quantity and John B Kash living on Red river below Hazel Green has put in several hundred feet All these gentlemen are delighted with what they have done and each of them claims that it will much land heretofore practically useless If you have wetland why not do like them Liberal Terms I am representing the largest clothiers in the world who are operating 75 stores in the United States all selling on the original plan of no money down and the easy payment of 61 each weekI just received a complete line of Samples for the Spring and Summer seasons which will in clude an extended and elaborate variety of colors Call on or write and I will serve you at the earliest date BURNS ELAM Agent Lock box 5 Hazel Green Ky Diei Pros Uw Effects of Buns A boy at Campton died from the effects of burns Monday night and it is learned that his clothing caughifirefeQui matches in his Docket He was only about five years old and after being burned it appears he crawled to a nearby firesbnt he was so badly burned that dtatb relieved him of his suffering Monday night HkD mew AII o wtwbos+ OQWuRMJMmH i jM WantedAt once 5000 railroad ties delivered at Hazel Green Apply to J T DAY A crowd from Cannel City among whom were M L Conley Alex Snowden and South Stam per passed through our town en route to Campton to attend court last weekII Square Sunday and lley Lil Ho esker who conducted the service had quite a large congregation ns it was the first time services have been held there for some time Misses Minnie and Lill Oldfield of Consolation visited Misses Em PaysIborocompanied home Sunday by Rosj coe WIlsonIj I Oscar McNabh last weeksold I his farm about 350 acres to Rob ert Miller for 0500 The tract embraces the old Swango farm and the old Toliver place and a survey might run 4the whole to close to 400acres iI Pop Ross the wellknown wash erwoman of this place left Sunday to visit her son in Indiana walk ing from here to Rothwell where she took the train for Mt Olivet where she will rest n few days be i fore going to the Hoosier stateII A Lynn Perry and a young man learning sign pointing under him by the name of Haggard are painting hbo residence of R J Me Lilj Before Mr Perry leaves town he will paint a few signs and he is a sign writer with fewii equals Reuben Anderson of Gill more 1 was thrown from n mule Tuesday morning and had his left wrist dislocated Taylor Center dressed is wrist by bandaging after put itnowi i ber in a sling and walking around jForI j The Kind You Hare Always BwgM i JQ Bears the- Signature T S Sj i zT i of LaZTZcte i i Rob rt IiRose of Lee City t passed through here Monday with two prisoners for violating the in ternal revenue law by bootleggingI He came from Lee City Sunday I night and by daylight Monday i had arrested his men which shows j that Bob is a hustler in Uncle Sams service George Oldfield of Consolation has a DurocJersey sow that has made a remarkable record as a pig producer Last week she presented him with 18 pigsall living If all of our farmers would go to raising hogs with the zeal of Mr Oldfield the price of meat would fall with a thud A Bargain in Business is a display in this paper to whIchat tention is specially directed El lis Johnson and Doc Kash will sell their interest in the store of Kash Johnson S Kash to anyone wishing to engage in the goods business at an unheard of bargain See the ad and then see them The ball game here Saturday between the Campton team and the academy nine played on the grounds f the latter resulted in a victory for the home boys the score being seven to six By the way the Uampton boys have a new uniform which IS quite pretty It is a violet blue and is very becoming Come In and Settle Up As Mr C F Kash of the firm of Kash Johnson Kash will withdraw from the firm at an ear ly date it is absolutely imperative that all accounts must be settled up at once This is to notify all who are indebted to said firm to rcome in and settle by note or ac- countj as they must be settled with Meantime1gooda1 ever to lilt Mr Kaab out and if you want bargains now u YOUR CHAKCB lUipectfalJj Kojiegak IWR II1tfitiS I t4lydl i w 4 rtf Jahile Phillips had a narrow es1 cape Saturday while driving a wag on from Helechawa to Hazel Green To avoid a mud hole he droM around onto apiece of ground that had been shrubbed but a stump was high enough to hit the brake bar and the handle of the brake hit him on the head raising a lump as large us a duck egg He said Sunday his head felt as heavy as his body An Ideal Husband is patient even with n nagging wife for he knows she needs help She mav he so nervous and run down in health that trifles annoy exI citable troubled with loss of np petite headache sleeplessness cou stipation or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Hitters the most wonderful remedy for ailing women ThouHands of suf ferers from female troubles ner vans troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and become i healthy and happy Try them Only1 50c Satisfaction jI guaranteed by all dealers Our Agents Make S50 a Week I SflliDR new process water color portrait and gold frame Cotta 90cts complete with glace sells for flJS Samples and I iiust ructions free young mUll in Ohio made 1 22 in one lay We are the largest I worldlOnej Iy Give us reference and we willex tend you thirty dayscredit with seady iltHIICjOuri We want honorable trustworthy sentatives only You need no rereIwork for us We teach you hew to a success Address at once WIIUAMSII AKT Co 2ft 10 W Taylor xt Chicago Fair Warning Several times I have asked siibi ecnbers who are iin arrears to comejI in and pay up so that I can pays greatmajorityI appeals and patience has worn out the seat of his pantaloons waiting for them to pay This is the last time I shall ask them and f they are not squared up bpiI June 1 1910 they will have to pay n collector Hoping Imay hays but few names to turn over to collectors I am Your friend and the peoples servant SiKxrKit COOPER KashSwango- Dr Daniel Knelt and Miss Louie Swango were married Thursday at the residence of the brides father Silas Swango f Stillwater Rev John Barker performing the cere mony The grocm IB one of our promising young practicing phys ician aged 28 years and the bride is about 10 She is said by those who know her to be prepossessing and a favorite among her friends After the ceremony the bridal couple and attendants Sam Kaeh andwife of Hazel Greeu and Will Kash and wife of Jackson repair ed to the residence of the grooms parents All Kash and wife where they were regaled with a royal re past THE HERALD extends con gratulations SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES powderItinstantly takes the sting out of corns and bunions Its the greatest comfort disco ery of the age Allens Foot Ease makes tight or new shoes feel easy It is a certain cure for sweating callous swollen tired aching feet Always use it to Break in New everywherellrany substitute For FREE trial package address Allen S Olmsted Ie Roy X Y A BARGAININ DESIRING to change location two I of Kiixb Johnson tit Kash are determined to withdraw even jI though they sacrifice the etock It iajI the opportunity for people who need i goods as everything will be sold at less j profit than any other merchant in Hast ern Kentucky can afford HIT NOW WHILE THE IKON IS HOT j Preferably however we will sell the entire stock invoiced house and fixtures at a great sacrifice I This is the opportunity ofa lifetime for any one who wishes to engage in the mercantile trade AH our health will nut permit us to continue Being on the corner rf Main and Broadway it iis the most desirable location in Hazel Green for YOU CATCH TRADE GWINE AN ACOMIN It iiOD the spot where once stood the old Pieratt Hotel a celebrated hostelry in its day famous allover Eastern Kentucky We want to yell iu bulk and if youll meet ut half way we can make a dicker Respectfplljr oursILASH JOHNSON KASH By C P KAfiJH 45 tf s l l a CASTORIAiI a For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the 11Signatureof In- UseSffls by For Over Thirty Years 1 CASTORIA THE cwrau eretn sew yo art r uIII IIIn1 111 1 if- W QQw JIM Hjfip ililUrlulu Fiirnitiirp ana Stoves I Wm 111t1t Anything from a Chair to attI 111 111 ttComplete Suite m- 1U We have the nicest line of DRESS 1iU W j Silks1U111 tit ill J T DAYS RACKET STORE 111 j o p ISTEP INTO tlO MISS FALAY LONGS 1 rlitvMillinery Parlors I J a 0114 and examine her w r tc 4 NEW SPRING LINE 11- IJt Jvv r 0 pit o if 0114 o fo Ladies Hats Ladies Furnishings ti Notions etc etc 4I0F KASH SAMPLE I Dealers in General Merchandise to the citizens of laz1 Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of tIIIIAIIDIlIlIce HOES GENTS Fin thing Hats Caps Etc f 1 and that their gall line embraces fine Drets Goods Dry Goods Notion i SELECT FAMILY GROCERIESetoJJ I to which they invite inspection 1 1 rtA t- a d fo d c rjj IJIIt a iI 7 rvtpF rT vf qc r 1 ip7iHr 1 ZIif1r1 1 I iT I V ft AMERICAS 6REATEST WEEKLY THE TOLEDO BLADETO- LEDO OHIO The neat Known Newspaper in the United States i CIICULATIQN 200000 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 i is now read each week by more than a million people Its field is not circum scythed bv State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of tbe United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claiming to be the greatest national weekly newspaper in the country The Veeklr Blade is distinctly a family newspaper The one object of its publishers has always been to make it fit for tbe American home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it clean andwholesome Tbe news of the word is handled in a com prehensive manner and the various depart menp of The Blade are edited with painstaking care The Household page is a de light to tbe women and children current swain are treated editorially without preju dice tbe serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greating number of fin tionlovers the Question Bureau is a scrapbook 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 ot subscription one dollar a year Sample copies mailed free Address THE BLADE Toledo Ohio wu0000 t 000 GC J HAZEL GREEN HOTEL HAZEL GREEN KY J TAYLOR DAY Proprietor ASA B EWING Manager Table best tbe market affords Rooms well furnished and pleasant Best Sample Room in town LIVERY STABLE A- in connection to accommodate the traveling public X Careful drivers and good vehicles J a 33T RATES REASONABLE t ltt t The WiIlonBStBIe Bant WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEBSPOON Pres W R SPHeit Cashier Paid Up Capital t 910000000 Undivided Profits i 17000000 Handsome Deposit of over r i i 50000000 This bank solicits the accoontuo- fmercbintafarmerstraders and bus Inca men generally throughout East era KeotaekJ and olrera its euetom era every facllity and the mOltllberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Eerythlia for ORCHARD LAWN ui GARDEN ONE MILLION STRAWBERRY PLANTS He Aieiti Free Catalogues H F HILLENMEYER do SONS LEXINGTON KY w FURSgilds and WM FaasnTsllwBs asClaaaC- I4uS4YsibwRact Mq Apple WiLl Clan sic Wa duJenl l is I6S6owr WaClt is Lens sadbttnrwtbsass eavisio artr5us Rdcacel- 1li7 Wria1I7ln SahI A m1Iutet IL LSUISYILLE KY GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERiiiHAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Pablio patronage is respectfully solicited 6tf GEO RICE l KILLTHaCOUCH All CURE TM LUNCS NN v ry tlf LACkWATEB- We are having cold weather and lots pf rain Warn Lane was a gueat of Miss Addie McClure Sunday The Sunday school is progress ing nicely and is well attended Bruce McClnre bought a nice cow from W M Linkous for 50I Mrs W E Murphy is visiting her grandfather on Toms branch Florence Rice bought nice cow and calf from Charlie Little for fHOW E Murphy bought a horse from his brother Millard Murphy price private The writer was again in the beautiful city of Maytown shop ping Friday Willard Clark was visiting his grandparents J C Bryant and wife Tuesday Millard Murphy was callingon his sister Miss Lizzie Murphy Saturday night W J Dennis and wife were guests of J C Bryant and wife Thursday night Bro Agar delivered a very inter esting sermon to a large crowd at this place Sunday Mrs J C Bryant and Miss Liz zie Murphy were guests of MrsJ D Wells Tuesday evening William Culbertson of Stillwa ter was in this section Sunday Florence he was all smiles Hiram Bryant made his usual call at Maytown Saturday but came home looking very sad Little Unes Bryant was a guest of her little cousins Willard and Raymond Bryant Saturday night Mrs John Nickell and little daughter Grace of Pine Grove were visiting in this section last SundayMiss Frances Bryant was calling on Mrs W J Dennis Tuesday She was also visiting in the Valer ia neighborhoodD wife and two Jit tie sons Raymond and Willard were guests of Millard Bryant an family Saturday night There will be a Sunday school entertainment and speaking by Mr Brooks of Cincinnati at the Ward school house Sunday May 19 Everybody should attend May 16 BLUE BIRD A Regular lorn Boy was Susie climbing trees an fences jumping ditches whitling + always getting scratches cutsII sprains bruises bumps or scalds But laws I Her mother just nuptial Bucklens Arnica Salve and cured her quick Heals everything beatable boils ulcers eczema old sores corns or piles Try it 25c at all dealers Permanent and Cure No Bad After Effects s Our Terms are- Reasonable Every Patient is Our Guest Our No Barred Doors or Windows A luiLia hats tat ant styflora MM alms l Mfr tofCTMml 1i = Cat o rc AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING COCK FBOWRIHiNING AT LARGE 11 HAZEL GREEN 0 At a meeting pursuant to an I j adjournment the Council met at Kush Johnson Rashs office May 9 19lO with the followingI officers present 11 V Roberts Chairman Dr Taylor Center QI C Daniel Wm Johnson and 11I S Campbell members the follow jug business being transacted An II OrJiance to prevent cattle including II horses mules asses sheep j hogs goats cows bulls oxen and calves from running at large in the town of Hazel Green Ky the Board of Trustees of the town of Hazel Green do ordain as followsI SECTION 1 That no cattle includII ing horses mules asses sheep hogs goats cows bulls oxen and calves of j any kind or age shall be permitted to go at large upon any of the streets alleys I or unenclosed1 lots or grounds in the town of Hazel Green And it shall be unlawful and a violation of this ordinance for the owner of any such property to permit it to go at large upon any of the i streets alleys or unenclosed lots orIground in the said town of Hazel Green The foregoing shall not apply where such are merely driven or rode thru said town for the purpose of being slaughtered or to be placed in any pen or enclosure or j taken beyond the boundaries of the said town Should any such animal be found going at large in violation of this ordi nance the same may be taken up by the Poundmaster of said town or by the per son on whose property or premises such animal may be found and in the latter case it shall be turned over to the said Poundmaster of said town at once and the said Poundmaster shall take such animal or animals to some enclosed place by him provided for the confinement of said animal and the same shall be there kept until released by law or as herein providedISECTION 2 The officer taking up or impounding any such animal under the List section shall within 24 hours make a iii statement of the fact in writing under oath stating the name of the owner if known and file said statement with the Judge of the Hazel Green Police Court when it shall be kept as part of the rec ord of the said Hazel Green Police Court If name of the owner be un known the officer shall so state in the statement heretofore required to he filed and a description of the airimal or animals so taken and impounded by him shall be given in the said statement If the said statement shall disclose the name of the owner of such animal or lle a summons owner com manding him to appear in said court not less than three days from the date of the execution of said summons to show cause if any he can why he shall not be fined one dollar for violation of the pre ceding section and why such animal shall not be sold to satisfy the cost of and charges of taking up keeping or selling same if such statement or atfida vit shall state that the owner of said animal or animals is unknwn to affiant or is absent from Wolfe County Ken it shall be the duty of the Police Judge to post at the post office in the town of Hazel Green and at the pound kept by the said Poundmaster a written or printed notice describing the stock taken up and when and by whom and the amount of cost and expenses of keeping and requiring the owner to appear before the Judge of the Hazel Green Po lice Court at a time specified in the notice not less than five days from the posting of the notice to show cause if We desire to call your attention to our Sanitarium treatment tuccess Every one must come to our Sanitarium where we are specially prepared to handle this data of diseases and where we alt I any he has or can why the stock shall not be sold as provided by this ordinance If such owner has lhren notified i as herein provided either by summons executed or notice posted the Court shall determine upon his failing to npI pear and defend or upon his defense having been adjudged insufficient that there has been a violation of said sec tion by such animal or animals having t run at large in said town the Court shall order describing such animal or animals and any mark thereon and direct the said poundmaster to sell the same at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash in hand The poundmaster shallIbefore making said sale most w I printed notice thereof for at least five days prior to the date of said SllleoneII at the postoffice in said town and the poundThesaid sale shall sell said animal or ani mals to the highest bidder for cash in hand arid out of the proceeds pay the costs and charges of such proceedings and the remainder if any he shall pay bIhimSECTION 3 If the owner of any suchI animal taken up as provided in the two iI preceding Sections shall appear befori the Court or poundmaster at any timi before the stile provided for in Sectio No2 and pay all costs and charges for the taking up impounding and keepin of said animals and all the costs thI poundmaster shall restore such anima to the pwner I SECTION 4 The officer taking up anV animal under the preceding Section shall be allowed his fees and costs to be paid and collected only out of the proceeds o the sale of said animal or out of the fine and costs assessed against said owned And there shall be taxed as costs in each iiI case where the same is applicable the following fees and charges To the officer taking up such animal 25remits for first animal mil 15 cents each for all other Forllkeeping animals belonging to the same par and kept as herein provided he snail be allowed 25 cents per day The Police Judge shall be allowed 100 for holding each trial in which a sale shall be ordered mdl for his further services as herein directed he shall lie allowed the fees prescribed by Statute fur the same or simi lar services SECTION 5 Whoever shall permit any of his said animals to nun at large as set out in the first Section IItteof shall be deemed guilty of Ii misdemeanor and I shall be subject to a fine of 3100 each offense for each and every one forII largeinI fully molest or try to prevent any person from taking up anti impounding any such animal as hereinbefore provided or shall i open the enclosure in which such animal j is impounded for the purposeof releasing such animal he shall be lined not less than Five Dollars nor more than Fifteen Dollars for such offense SECTION n So much of any Ordinance now existing as is in conflict with this j Ordinance is hereby repllledISECTION 7 This Ordinance shall he in force from the time of its passage ap publicationOn adjourned M V ROBERTS CHAIRMAN C F HASH CLERK I SEWELL CtUS- ENotary I I Public STILLWATER KY Often his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county And solicits the patronage of all who way lave legal papers to execute Office at bill r Menin on Ntillwatitr Subscribe for the HERALDIL CURE guarantee a perfect cure in every case within ten days to two room and attEndant and not exact one cent ccartujaticn until the patient ia cured and ready to return home We do not send oar patients home a physical wreck with a socalled tonic to build them up When you leave our apitarina you know you are cured for you are perfectly free from all craving care you costs you nothing to you Me you have to gain and nothing to lose 1r NO PAY I L Why Suffer Are you one of the thousands of women wHo suffer from female ailments If so dont be discour aged go to your druggist and get a bottle of Wine of Cawlui On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been 1 contains no harmful ingredients and can be depended on in almost any case f i I I It Will HeIpiYoulMrs Charles Bragg of Sweetser dud tried CardnL She 1 writes tell how much f would work awhile and lie down I shall Always give praise to you medicine Try AT ALL DRUG STORESYY 1 THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky WHOLESALE Dry Goods and e Always ID stock a well selected lin Orders fluid proiptly rill titi un THE HAZEL GREEN BANK 1 M Thu Fiillotvini IID it IUt nl Stockholders Who Own and Control III E K Veil liirnii r Hazel Green j II E Oney lumber luPr Rose Fork GreenJi I i I j i I ji R H PATTON UASUIER j JOHN WHITE 00 AND HIDES rAJa Uf 1w1 MBIBKS WaaILIpmt nTMLMMBKMfrLQQxaYswBjbKA We Give a Cure for Liquor 1 Morphine Cocaine and All Drug Habits A Quick Treatmentis shalld butd drughabits INO weeksOurhowlongLiquoraddiction bomebatnereverything remedyfor Takef mivBeforeCarduiJ Notionaj 15101iOiProfitsT01Individual 04IDayiboOCastleJ jiFPositive Chloral l i J I t Trained Nur J Fine Service i Excellent l I Well Jf f J Well i4 1 Our Sanitarium is the finest in the State and ladies need not hesitate about coming to us as they lire attended by lady nurse i iIand they will be shown nothing but tbe mot constant and cour fteous attention itWe refer you to tbe Farmers ffationiil Bank and any busi ness or professional man in our city Upon application we caa place you in correspondence with persons we have cured who will gladly answer any ques Lions If you are seekin a cure without suffering and one that is guaranteed to your entire satisfaction before paying one cent we will appreciate H letter from you and we will cheerfully give you any information If you have any reason to doubt that we can not do what we claim please write us your reasons and we will explain it to Your wtlsfactioaoIf you have a friend needing treatment we would appreciate a letter from you Remember our Sanitarium is private and correspondence held confidential Write tu for terms stating history of your case aa nearly aa possible Yours very HORD SANITARIUM SHELBYVILLE IND I i iei V 1jl 1 f tUS i- JltIS1JUlDtna u r44wPGuaranteed a esiJ Tablel Furnishedand Ventilatedi 4Rooms trulytTi atlas non UyurmtiMj slew aw Cirri wWfr ArtufaMu t iMtv J- tr o pit f r tl II