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I Y h JC r tf 3 r i 7 O J n 7 TJj THE HAZEL GREEN HERAkIEatabllshedMarch 4 18tJb lIade aoaSn tILe Story o JoDathan and Hla OontlneatIIb7 Max ORell d j vftffOBB COOPKK nd K lltor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 1001I YIaMsMNIIL 11TWENTYFIFTH YEAR Onc HAZEL SREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 26 1910 NTTMBER47 I t Uiinglon and Eastern Railway I Table in Effect Jane 21 1908 1fla4 WEST BOUND I No1 ro3 No j s 1 f stATIONS I burrday Sundayonly AMLve AMLve Jackson t 10 am I 11MLyel 7U0 IUD I 25 7Ua um- BeaUTYC pJtg Junct t Ib pm pm Jc 7 117 am S 20 pm 7iH am Torreut 7 30lm 3 41 pm 815 am Nat Bridge 7 45 am 3 M pm 8W am- Camptou Ju 7 us am s 67 pn 8211 am S loam I 26 pm 8M am Cray IItUWU City 8 S a1II I 35 pm 1IlI21- UlILEJuucn II UUam 507 pm lOU3um- WIDcheater 9 12 am 5 20 pa 1012am 955 am 605 pm 1021 IUD LemOnar EAST BOUND No4I = Daily andDadyeSTATIONSI Sunday II Sunday AM Lye PY Lye U 7 3b am- Y S 15 pet 20 IS 13 am 38 p n OLeXlngwnfl 8 2tJ pm 2 4B pm y u2 WI 3 bO pm 44SUIuton44I 9 10 am 3 5S pm t 30 pmt iCamptou JuutnII 9 38 pm II 43 am 4 447 35 PUl157NIU HrhlgcJ57 II 56 IUD 17 am T1 lOPIB17U Jackaou11941112U am am CONNECTIONS i L tE JCMI10 laths NOl land will make connection with the C a Uity for Mt Sterling JuyCTloxTfaine Nos I 2CAxyrox jG 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central f By tor Pine Ridge and Campton No2- will KATTYVLLB JUSCTlONTraipS make connection at BeattyTille Juner with the L and A Railway tor passengers and from Beattyvilleto O dt K J uxcTldxTrains Nou 3 and 4 1 4 4coaaect with the 0 K Railway for local r stations on the O dt K Railway r W A MCDOWELL General Manager oflA8J3COTTUenPaaa Agent it li KeM Hallway r lime Table May 21 I9O6 1 1WESTBOUND No33 g i 1o 21 5 STATIONS exDaily ex u4Y I Sunday ClLIPM ARK 0 PM Asa 5 20 6 12 35 455 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 145 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 1 Wilhnrst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 I 3 00 Jackson Il 05 EAST BOUND I No34 = = No22 STATIONS Daily exDally u9aadaya Suniiay KLnPM Lx 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechaws 6 1 17 7 45 19Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Vilhurst 20 1 51 925 1 O kK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Noa21 and 22 will make close connecttoi IIi lit O K Junction with Noa 3 and 4 for points oa the Lexington and Eastern Railway 11 L CONLEY Superintendent Rduhilin 118111121RII102 No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600 am Campton 1130 a mI 200 p m Campton 600pmI No2 Nol ABKIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JunclO 05 am 380pmCampnJunc 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes COnnection with all L E passenger trains r i BeF BOLINC I I UNDERTAKERCAMPTON f the citizens of Wolfe andI 4TNFORH8 counties that he carries Caskets Banal Clothes aM everything necessary to put away A 1 s styleNSpedal supplied on 24- Mars I t notice finest made if ordered I Tears and backs furnished funerals Alto can fill orders for tombstones Ac l AY HOUSE 0 Hazel Green Ky t r iKn 10O DAY Proprietor rttaWe firs Js EwUra KesUekr A mmbrfeuemytctei Wute tat a po 1 geeW e- aI 11 1 IJIM io ClaJrJ f COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distantfriends LANDAWI daughterStellaKash Sunday Dr D H Kash and wife went to Jackson last week on a visit i returning Sunday evening CamptonFridayhis duties as deputy sheriff Prof James H Tester weut to Powell county Saturday returning today He reports a good time daughtersLillie j Blaukenships on Holly Satur day and Sunday Charley Rose was here today and bought a bunch of hogs I rom D H and E T Kash Charley likes to trade and is a good buyer R L and W C Rose went to Jackson Thursday Tim former went on a visit and the latter to J take the examination tor a teachers certificate Rollin Combs John Brewer Howard Halsey and Zuda Cham bers went to Campton Friday to take examination for teachers certificates Tey report it to have been very hard j Several weut from this place to Trent Sunday to attend church Maude and Ella Miller and Kelly Banks of this place Uncle Bills Clark of Tohver aud severaloth ers were baptized Quite a crowd was in attendance T W Combs held his regular court here last Friday and most ofs the cases on docket were disposed of Newt Williams and Leck Tol son who were charged with carry ing concealed weapons yielded toJ the court and were fined 25 each J P Tackett returned from histtrip to Carter county last Satur ibyij t son Mr Dickison moved from here last winter but will come back as soon as he can get his bus iness arranged We welcome himII backMay 28 ANON j Catarrh Camaot Bs Cued with LOCAL APPLICATIONS M they can I not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease and in order to cure it you must take internal rem edial Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun j try for years and is a regular prescription It iis composed of the best tonics known combined sith the best blood purifiers act II- lugdirectlyon the mucous surfaces Thec perfect combination of the two ingredients what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Prop Toledo OII Sold by druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation LEXIE Aunt Jnda Wills is very sick at writingCharley I Rose spent Saturday night with Charlev Maloney J I J P Rose and daughter Miss j Louie attended church at Laurel SundayMiss Rosa Perkins took the examination at Campton Friday and SaturdayAunt Tanlbee whose illness i has been mentioned in these col umns is still in a very critical conditionMrs Center of Pleasant 4 Hill was visiting her parents Newton Maloney and wife the other day- Several I I from this creek attend ed church at the baptizing at Lau rel Sunday All report a good meeting and large congregation I C F Kash and wife Mrs F N Day Ethel Johnson and little Mi1II BeulahftoWt s of Hazel Green wereKfleate of W S Trimhle and wit Sunday Misi Ella Center of Toliver came no Sunday to bring home C47t013 Center children who d been visiting their grandpar- t Dr G1J Center wd wiw jlor we put Meek f j5f zvi- z z t Gl TO CORHESPOKiERTSMail your items early co they will reach our office not later thanTursday morning Monday if possible News received after that will not be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one aide of the paper only LEE CITY Mrs Logan Center of Belknap- was in town Saturday on business Mist Clara Wilson was a guest of Miss Ethel Wise Sunday even ingMiss Maggie Arnett paid Miss Clara Wilson a visit Friday after noonClara BelknapSaturday ed churchMisses Nora Wis and Amanda shoppingThursday James Duff of Gillmore has moved to this place to make it his future home Miss Esther Wilson of Simpson is here visiting her sister Clara Wilson- lfi8BMallieTaulbee of Belknap visited her sister Mrs James H Dunn last week Miss Florence Strong of Bel knapwas here recently visiting her friend Pearlie Taulbee- J T Day of Hazel Green walI here Saturday on business andI took dinner with John Wilson John Wheeler of Caney was here recently Dont know what the attraction walt Bina of course Pearl Sbo mate who has beenI attending school at Morehead for time returned home Thurs dayQuite a crowd of boys and girls went from here to Rose Fork Sat urday night to attend a singingi Pearlie Taulbee who is staying with her sister Mrs James H attended church at Belknap SundayG Taylor has sold his store Hurt Bros and his accomplish clerk Melvin Richardson will leave for LeSciugton to engage in businessMisses Nora and Ethel Wise Bettie Lee Bum Patrick and Mat tie Rose were ou Rose Fork Sun day They named the site they visited Frederick Raymouin honor of Fred Bryant and Raymon Gariuger two of Loe Citys most popular young men May 23 MAY APPLE LIoi Foiilei a Chili In Pittsburg a savage lion fond ltd the hand that a child thrust into his cage Danger to a child ip sometimes great when least re garded Often it comes through colds croup and whooping cough They slay thousands that Dr Kings New Discovery could have saved A few doses cured our baby of a very bad care of croup writes Mrs George B Davis of Flat Rock N C We always give it to him when he takes cold Its a wondbtfnl medicine for ba bies Best for coughs colds la grippe asthma hemorrhages weak I lungs 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers STIULWATER Robert J Hose Si is sick at this writing Several took tbateachers examination at Campton Saturday Rollin Combs Fred Lovelace and others from here took the ex amination at Campton last Satur dayThe division board ot education met Saturday at J H Johnsons store at Malaga and elected S C Rose to succeed himself as trustee of the Laurel district There werejlargacrowds of people atLanielr Saturday audi Suaar day Thrae w rabaptiz8JL Saturday and several Sunday Key Jeff Brewer of t1llr cteek did tha baptizing yMay POMHCGO Chajnbrl in auaattoh ndLiy- er Tablet will cleutbUoaraCqIJtl- Cb sweettheIppCra1t I hea1ibppe1ite rbT4rQsnt the loir oftrio juice 1Mre- b1io mw DJl bJ iJ4aWi r ili rL o MsDDLESBORO Johunie Nickell was in Middles boro Saturday night Pearl Gullett passed through here Sunday en route to Murphy ForkAmerica Nickell is visiting her cousin Mrs Quicksall on Caney who is very ill A large crowd attended dinner May 16 given in honor of M K Wilsons 66th birthday Hello BlueEyed Rose dont let your letters stop We are al ways pleased to hear from Jeffer souville Oscar Fallen and wife and Mrs Lillie Wilson of Daysboro were visiting M K Wilson and family Saturday night Frank Wilson of Adel was thrown from a mule near Harlan Nickells residence Saturday and very badly hurt C J Caskey and family of Stillwater were visiting friends and relatives ou Red river Satur day and Sunday Roscoe Wilson aud Rufns Nick ell were on the river Saturday night in search of Halleys comet We think they succeeded- A number of young folks was highly entertained at the home of Misses Minnie and Clemma Old field Sunday evening We noticed the following Netta and Mai lib Nickell Minnie lAnd Myrtle Fallen Mat Oldfield and Roxie Nickell Shorts Collins Johnnie Nickell Claude Wilson and Bert Nickell Come again boys and girls you are welcome as the flowers of May May 23 BETSY A lID Waits fo Die only when a lazy liver and slug gish bowels cause frightful de spoudency But Dr Kings New Life Pills expel poisons from the system bring hope and courage cure all liver stomach aud kidney troubles impart health and vigor to the weak nervous and aiiug 25c at all dealers SELLARS Mr Jenning is visiting home folksWatson Phipps is reported to be somewhat better Willie Byrd gave Miss Golda Tipton a call Sunday Aaa Byrd called on her sister Mattie Nickell recently Mrs C A Nickell visited her entlY1Sing on Morris Wilson and family Friday Morris Wilson and wife visited S P Yil80n and family Saturday and Suuday Mrs Lizzie Spencer and son Orville and Julia Skeins visited friends on GiUjgporavSa urdayt8ad Snnday F Conley4 and D Bailey whp have been working at hiaplace visited home folks ftorn Friday until Sunday Several of the etJpl9at this place wenjfcto PjlptjKtlobVVSedufifl day night to leptom4 t but were di apolPWl Henry Qsborn dlffajuilywhp have been in South Carqluial for some time llanded HjacklJiir their old Kentocky home Tueidsy May 23 LILY MrsEmma Wjlson is on the sick list There was Sunday school at Sa lem Sunday Amos Wells called on his brat girl Sunday H H Nickell called on W W Phipps Friday The writet made s business trip to Caney Thursday Miss Janie Osborne visited Rose Phipps Saturday night W W Phipps who has been very ill is said to be improving SundayaudSunday There was a Sunday school or ganized at the Fielding school house Mina Katie Oiborne visited her brother Renuie Onborue Saturday night Leatider Elam of Iniko viiited hi mother inlsw Saturday and Sunday Fwd Br7iroiof Dtjaboio Callen to IN kti fiiiw MoJlif Wilfot tATAaj C A Nickell and little granddaughter were visiting at W W Phipps Sunday Kelly Nickell of Mize passed through here Sunday en route to see his parents on Caney H H Lncy of Insko took tha LibIertyRasnick of Demand says matrimonyGirls Henry Fletcher and wife of Dayshoro visited the lathers par Buts from Friday until Sunday B F Blankenship and daughter Ranse went to Wet Liberty last Thursday returning on Saturday Ranse took the county examination Friday aud Saturday Henry Osborne purchased fine cow and calf Saturday from Mrs Emma Chaney for 140 also a wagon load of corn from M F NickellMay 23 BlJAH gtvmgChamberlainli children It contains no opium or other i arcotics and can be given with implicit confidence As a quick cure for coughs and colds to which children are sus ceptible it is unsurpassed Sold by all dealers TOLIVER Roy McNabb attended meeting at Laurel Sunday Otis Murphy was calling on Miss Myrtle Clark Suuday Miss Mattie McNabb was a guest of Miss Emma Landrum Sunday Byrd McNabb and wife spent Sunday with O W McNabb and familyBill Childers and Mrs Fannie Day attended church at this place SundayHenry Stamper and wife passed through here en route to Laurel Sunday Johnuie Patjck passed through hure en route to Maytown last SaturdayMiss Wilson and Mrs Ef fie Rose attended meeting at Laurel Suuday There will be preaching at the McNabb graveyard Sunday at 11 oclock Evervbody invited FrailesIces ToliverIwas accompanied home by Rob Sally May 28 BLUE RIBBON j 7 A touch of rheumatism or a twinge of neuralgia whatever the trouble is Chamberlains Liniment dives away the pain at once and onres the complaint quickly First application gives relief Sold by all dealers GRASSY Alvin Oldfield is better at this writing Leonard Nickell made his usual trip to Neola Sunday- A Mr Pelfry moved to Ollie S urphys place recently Herbert Nickell sold to Harlan Nickell a fine cow for 42 Matilda Taulbee spent Sunday with Netta and Nora Blankenship Leonard Nickell left Thursday to take the examination at West LibertyA of Stamper branch VinheaterMies Saturday night with her cousin Dona Nicke1L Rah Davidson Roscoe Wilson and Younger Davidson went to Laurel Sunday Jeff Murphy passed thru herein route to Murphy fort with a law millSatard1 Lee Fallen and wife of Gill more spent Saturday sad Sunday with Mis Jane Nickell John Oldheld was seen on the creek Saturday night Of coarse the attraction war a Nickell Mrs Herbert Nickell wu a guest at the home of Mr Ellen David IOn Saturday night and Sunday Lydia Ann and Dona Nickell Sam Davidson and DOT Nickell rpeah Sudsy ereio with Xma 1liokelfMaj II r N iiIIIIBitiuR I Maloney TRENT and wife were the letters parents J Di Edwards and wife Sunday Judging by the coupleaseengBC c II this place Sunday we will hftatea Borne wedding news to report soonf IAsa Brown of Sulphur was yiriting friends and relativeaat this place Saturday night and Sunday 1 Millard Brewer and famjiftott Grassv visited his antis raVJanite Ratliffe and family Saturdaynight Pros Brewer and family of Lacy iiIcreek visited his father Jeff Brewi er and family at this placeSat urday night Mrs Asbury Robinson and little daughter were guests of Jeff Edwards aud Suuday and family Saturday night I Iii Lorum Stamper and family ofi Grassy visited his uncle Bill Brewer at this place Saturday aud Sunday Taylor Center and family were guests of Mrs Centers parents 1 Walter Maloney aud wife S t i1day night and SundayJ 1 George Brewer wife and babjrw 1 of Grassy visited his cousin Buddy fBrewer ou Stillwater and attended v church here Sunday Mrs Newton Maloneyand chih dren of Lacy creek attendtlrchurch at this place Sunday aDda took dinner with Walter Maloney and family Misses Maggie and Emma Peck and Calla Spencer of Sulphur attended church at this place Sun f day aud took dinner with Miss Maggie Brown- Ninnie Brewer Maud and Ella+ BankatStevebaptlzeclhereSQltcimRevs a er did the baptizing 1 May 23 E C E AH Ideal HuhamL is patient even with a nagging wife for he knows she needajielpi She mav he so nervous acid run down in health that trifles sung her Ifshe is melancholy exr citable troubled with loss bfap= petite headache 6eeplessnesflcojp i i stipatiou or fainting and dizzy spells she needs Electric Bitter the most wonderful rempdy for ailing women Thousands oeof ferers from female troubles nee vous troubles backache and weBb kidneys have used then and be Tipptheml y guaranteed by all dealers fi MURPHY FORK a Last week MelviuTackott moved fruc JS Pierattfe to Gieanbdf A threeyearold boy of Harlkn J Taulbee fell into the fire Sndq1 and was severely burnt Born last week to the wife of j Mort Phillips a boy also to that jBothijEtninij i I on the creek isGreensinguij school at the B n WJW chgolhgpseand is well WtOQiz94r by the singing loving nubliOf He- is a good teacher thgBenfollowing divines preacne t t- oilargeed tfepbvety to eaeftm1 litl Bill Yccum Jim StHck1fandT iarE 4lintfashionable hats Were uiereTi aftDcblhefain9us cab tron tbdMl1Tf invltiatro f1t fopiDdthttf + r tear old cabin hat be6u acitMF tt- tgalti This time l6y 1lJi 5iett who went to w Ju Ifftrhyy The doors are closed and sUiil iajiaT ArsHsd the dear old phffia ra c stayTosaittbe f y May58 PORT tfliniit daily coming to light IfesjeJl grandreawdy for liver aaf lNNri troableeawaeverk b1 imp lsoeaalld bJ4 tbrI tiOa r t l= Jiifd k Jlp r I k C 1 I or I I ii- r y iT sqv+ r v+ Ju r7p THE HERALD 1Enteredatthe Hazel Green o t otJIeaeond elasematter I i SPENCER COOPER Editor I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY May 26 1910 OBITUARIESTRIBUTES of RESPECT and ard8 of Thanks must be paid for in advance to insure pub lication WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID B REDWIXE Judge THOS C JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty- J C LlNDON Clerk Meets third Monda in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT- W B Dun Judge- S ll SAMPLE County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets tint ilouday In rach mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meet first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No 1 Robert loose inird Friday in March June September and December District No 2Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February Jaugust and November District No 3J M Reynolds second Fri day in February May August and November District No IDIAiol Spencer first Friday in March May August aud November District No 5 Preston Ilollon second Fri day in March June September and De cemb- erDutrictNo6IP Combs third Friday in February May August and November District No 7 Shiloh Swango fourth Friday in March June September and December District No 8 John B Guilders first Friday in February May August and November COUNTY OFFICIALS I GEORGE W SLLEYSherift-J T CENTER Assessor J CB LITTLE Jailer SuperintendentEJ FRANK SAMPLE Coroner DAYSBORO Oscar Fallen went to Gampton today on business Several attended Sunday school at this place Sunday morning Mrs Lillie Wilson was a guest of Mrs Francis Fallen Friday nightMiss Clemma Oldfield was a guest of Miss Lura Davidson Saturday night Miss Lura Davidson was calling on Misses Lyle and Mabel May Saturday evening Uncle Wiley Wilson and wife of Grassy creek visited friends at this place Sunday and Monday Rufus Nickell of Demund was calling on Miss Clemma Oldfield at Middlesboro Saturday night There will be meeting at this place Sunday morning at 11 oclock Everybody is invited to attendJohn Oldfield of Consolation was calling on his best girl Miss Lydia Ann Nickell on Graesy Sunday evening Seldon Collinsworth and Claude Wilson were seen going u the die rection of Salem Sunday Whats the attraction boys John Nickell of Middlesboro at present of the Hazel Green Bank was in our midst Monday and Tuesday calling on friends Jim Little and wife of Hazel Green paid S C Alexander and wife a visit Saturday night and returned home Sunday evening Uncle Kale Roberts of near this eveninRHeleaves a host of friends to mourn lossMiss Della Legg of Toliver was calling on Misses Mabel and Lyle May Saturday night and Sunday She returned home Sunday after noon and was accompanied by toy MayPeople Daysboroianary town as everything looks so beenherelouses in the townIMisses Mabel and Lyle May en tertained a large crowd of boys and girls at their home Sunday evening and had some nice music on the organ Come again boys and girls von are alasMay 23 BLUE EYES The leading secret societes of OCT county continue to iucreaM in jasemberabip Tore ia Sol etkigg j im a ileeeel orgnizationi dust enjj J Ji r f 4 t p rt P iess I JmNTUCKY KERNELS I Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled i 0Lawrence Hildreth of Pine Grove was granted a patent on a match safe Michael McGnrv was arrested at Ei anaville Ind and returned to Drakes boro Ky last week where he is wanted on the charge of forging severalI orders on a mining company IIBurleyI II are very scarce in that county The cold weather and ravages of cut worms mean a late crop Dave Morrison aged 21 of Lair was seriously stabbed by 1 Mather a negro and there is little chance for his recov pry The altercation arose over a crap game The negro is still at large Mark Thomas a wealthy farmer of Bath county while driving home from Owingsville was thrown from a wagon and seriously injnred The wagon peas edover both legs One was broken and the other badly bruised The sting ofa bee proved fatal for i Clarke Thompson of Marshal county He was in the orchard with his wits j when he exclaimed that H bet hud stung him He took two steps and fell dead Physicians said his heart VBlIfrectedI Between 2300 and of American Tobacco company work ing in the stemmeries dryers and ware houses at Louisville have been given wages increases of 10 per cent This is5 the outcome of the strike of the stem tners some weeks ago Chargedwith the ill treatment of a young girl Patrolman Tom Joyce of Louisville was indicted by the grand jury Joyce arrested the young woman and took her into Juvenile Court recent ly as an incorrigible The complaining witness is Ethel1 May Marlowe John Spohn a well know citizen of Cvnthiana ended his own life Thursday night by drinking carbolic acid He drank half a pint of the stuff and died in terrible agony shortly after He came home at the usual hour seemingly in good spirits and no reason is known for the rash IICtjj From all ofparts state come ings of the ravages of the cut worm The cool weather has been very favor able to their development and in many places the early planted crops have been literally devoured Potato bugsare also making their appearance in great num bers The destruction of the birds which are the natural enemies of insect pests has contributed largely to the increase of their ravages iractical jokers created a panic at the Consolidated Colored Baptist church at Lexington Friday night Rev Robert Jackson was exhorting his congregation to prepare for the coming of the comet when the jokers placed near the church a stovepipe filled with powder The ex plosion that followed frightened the negroes and sent them screaming from the edifice Fortunately no one was injuredAfter the atttorneys and relatives of Floyd Frazier a young white man of Whitesburg had exhausted every legal meAns to save him from the gallows for the murder of Ellen Flaunery a poor young widow living with her threeswall children on Pert creek on May 16 1907 he paid the penalty for his crime last Thursday An uncle of Frazier received a letter front the governor when his body was swinging from the scaffold The goy ernor called attention to the heinousness of the crime and gave other reasons fur refusing commutation of sentence Swango tL JohtiBoua store was burglarized Tuesday uight but the thieves BO far aa known failed to take anything from either the dry goods or the grocery till Cons n sus of opinion is that the goods were marked so high that the bur glars could not stand the pressure of packing them away Bill John son however says they were real ly marked so low that they consi enciously thought it cheaper to buy than burglar When you no tice that the firm does not adver tise the latter theory may be taken with a tablespoonful very fine table salt The second team of West Liberty 1 will play the Hazel Green sec ond team Tuesday May 31 The admission fee to help pay expen ses of the visiting team will be 10 cents Ta31orDaystion and you can get all kinds of I soft drinks including Roxa Cola DR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY CewillIIwer all callof oouufI HuelJiMa cJ4 a ru i ft d f L + j- I 0 t 1If you are a business man did you over tl ink of the field I ofopportunity that advertising isII opens to you There almost no limit to the possibilities of your business if you study how to turn trade into your store If you are not getting your share of the business of your community theres a reason People go where they are attracted where they know what they can get and how much it is sold for If you make direct statements in your advertising see to it that you are able to fulfill every promise you make You will add to yoor business reputa tion and hold your customers It will not cost as much to run your ad in this paper as you think It is the persistent ad vertiser who gets there Have something in the paper every issue no matter how small We will be pleased to quote you our advertising rates par ticularly on the years bus nessDont i t t I I t j I Preach About Home Trade and at the same time send your orders for job printing out of town Your home printer can do your work just as good and in nine cases out of ten he can beat the city mans prices because he pays much less for running ex penses By sending your next printing order to this office youll be better satisfied all aroundand youll be keeping the vtoney at horn You Read the Other Fellows Ad I You are reading this one That should convince you that advertising in columns a profitable theseII osition that it will bring I business to your store The fact that the other I fellow advertises is probably the reason he is etII ting more business than is I falling to you Would it not be well to give the other fellow a chance To Read Your Ad b Thm Columns The Best Bargain fa reading matter that your mosey can buy is your local pa per It keeps you posted on the dotage of the community This PaperW- ill tell you the things you want to know in an entertaining way will give you all the news of the community its every visit will prove a pleasure it gives more than full value for the price asked for it I I iand is tile newt 1 iji4 l ii i JJJJIi 1Ja I IJ1t Ldiise Sudden blis Mdi Deaths There Is a disease prevailing in this cnuntrymostdankerouSbecausesodecc P AMKHICAN by itheart disease pneumonia heart failure apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease 11 kidney trouble is allowed toadvance ell Moo l will nt tack thevital organs causing catarrh pi the bladder britkdnst or sediment in InmcIness or the kidneys themselves breakdown and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result front a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys SwampRoot corrects inability to I hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day and to get up many times during the night The mild anti immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest be cause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwamphootsold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all ulxmt it bout Sent free by wail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Vheii writing mention reading tins geu eruus offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name j Svami Root and dont let a dealer sell you a- rtSELIM if you do you willltlgdisappointed Tim finely bred rnmlumil hapless mid +addlrtdliou will make iht OCUSDII nf HHU ill my liaru in Duy lxirn at the Jou price of s TO ixsrut LIVING roir fouliI ituay and a lien on IhIull will he retained In ira serviee money i huedjI trrt lie l i IIIII thi rillt lie way I sired Ihy Tat U aliiriiitnii a iekhrateil Mid dletallin it1 layette iinnHV ami out of a nun hy UoliKu Chief ioniliinel Marie tine vomit jack will make the e MIII at tlSlIlIIe liar at I sri TO iNsruE A LI VIM COLT- on I Mime conditions as those otllie horse DKMISKY is II red mrrell tII hands B in IIiI e i 1 I h I wIlIwdhOlliSjaekAllI I 11I anyoccur W C sKHASTIAX I Rare Uppor1uiIgQ conllistill garden and outbuildigs One of the must desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur nihhtd with a complete outfit of t0611I 110Il I For further particulars call 01 or address JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky WriterorourI Reglaterei CIbucTKicitSiuti MECHANIC o l1 itmtmdlwxto DiIlei rtcalf p Ifcifdjirr 11101 KlUllllioil Ilili I G nratan St Baitan Iliatnemiilir futrmti rtrtyUxIy llOTXRAFIIYtcI Kilt r Alrclirtr- 7t b flte r e LL Ce n an rr le rrf Rnr r PhotographytI Munysuddendeaths or thekidtievpoison DEMPSEYT- his booJrIm trutDlneI IFACTS ijq The news items of the home community Q The inwhith mosinterestedtI1I I1 oftheandiawTounding nMOrdenthe Umd I tlatetaltr roes ibi ie 1 i J I v aL I 11r n 1 6 1 MAPEL TROYdd 1VIILLINERS 1R1 1 1somtthingi 1 liemi spl ctHll with great tiff Our pits of Nnvelliufl is of this Itt Have sumo prutfy Huliotiuns in Drisp Goods Ujisii Goods Silks etc etc Ij WH also have a pretty line of ReadyMade Waists j Skirts uud Umlurwear allut reasonable prices Call and Fee us We will take pleasuro in showing you through j 4 1 SPRING MILLINERY OPENING MARCH 23 to 26 5 Ii Ii IAZELGREENACADEMY s Mountain Schoolof r Christian Womans Board of Missions 1 I I i a IiAI Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which s extends through the Winter and tf pnig Terms SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 Good Hoard par week 2 00 yuuI1 Fur further particulars address M 0 CARTER o ti = = = = U = = = f ji jic7f HICKEY fi li1 Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe f 1 E11ij No 224 W Short Street- Lexington I J Kentucky = vi tij c0 TOif V Kash Johnson Kash j 1 DEALERS IN 3 General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c j J HAZEL GREEN KY II- FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING r = 007 y J INTOaEJ FF- IfIf Jandlock throughour new line ofjj SPRING and SUMMER GOODS j4 We have the newest thin out in tB LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS 1 c 0I x tfJWe have a full line of Prints we I still sell at t- 1will IIi I Anything you are in need of it it will pay you tott GET OUR PRICES of i a a r raya+ r j t a x jIi iJIi c j yl1afi1i r r rq p zr Q 1t I et r JL hl7 P = r i ithout Icohol Tonic Without Alcohol y r guilder Without Alcohol Purifier Without Alcohol tAlterative Without Alcohol ors Mrdicine Without Alcohol SSarsaoarilla Without Alcohol w publish our formula w banish leoboJ from our mdicln- Ws11 ers cooulturalo doctorIroar to t Pills are liver pills They actI Eon the liver make more bile d This is why they are so valu IB constipation biliousness dysII stck headache Ask your doctor I raioVs a better laxative pill b7UlC 7rCo LowUM 1 IHEMEIALD fB Barker and wife of Omer I lp in town Monday Sim Kasb wife and daughter Jgejle visited at Jackson from frifcr until Monday tyits Carrie Coldiron wont tore Liberty Friday to take the jjabbers county examination WantedAt once 5000 railroad tier delivered at Hazel Green Inly to J T DAY i jJiK Lou Ward had the misfor fl last week cf having her left W injured by stepping on a nail j Ctrl Mize entertained large I gtffj at Pearre Hall last Monday jtfiit with some fine selections on 1itjiriphophoue 3 Miss Florence Miller left Satur j hi for Ann Arbor Mich where iiiji to deliver an address before ifctC W B M conventionjj I frank Cecil and wife of Grassy steep visited Robert Cecil MonII fcf They also visited Charley Ml and Harmon Swango and +med home Wednesday fluted And at once a woman Book wash and iron Best t1Mea and easiest homo in townI jgdy to SPKNOKK Cooreit f Hazel Green Ky ICirl Mize Tuesday bought a sow Ml eight shoats from Fred Stam qri 11 of Stamper branch for the- N of 4750 The price is pretty Kfb but ifwe will indulge in wr tmriea like hog meat we must111 met to pay gd Coulter and wife with Mrs Xijfiret Slimp and W T Caskey jj wife will spend todaywith be Stamper and family at the ikJjeel Mrs Caskey and Mrs jjwp are cousins of Joe Stampers fctr Uncle Calvin M IASTORIAKI Soupirtore of Special Sale r the next ten days JT DaysI vet store will have a speciali Jf on 24 suits of ladies wash+r and 50 suits of mens summer Daysboro Ky May 2110- fit CooperDear Sir I seedI eta by Sam Wilson for six pajr ett Beattyville MRS AMERICA ALEXANDER Wincheeter Ky May 2010- rCooper Hazel Green Ky iod Sir Enclosed you will foney order for 140 to pay 4ue to TILE HERALDS Respectfully EDITH STAMPKR CONGLETON r eeptou Ky May 24 1910 i Cooper Hazel Green K Sir Enclosed please find Jot 3 for which please give iiifc on what I owe You p my advertisement but paper come on I cant do it it Yours truly t A F Boiaiio Letter Prom Kansas Channto Kans May 19 10 1 Ky1larp asw Hm unclosed chock for 100 to apply on my subscription to TiE HKKJi AM ve tre always pleased toI receive it as It is liko getting a let ter from home A Louisville man j was in my ollice a day or so ago and after talking with him a while he remarked that Imust lbeep- pretty well posted on what was goint ou in Kentucky 1 told him yes just as well as if I lived there as I take four Kentucky pa pers among them being the Daily thatIthe western people road a great deal moro than the eastern people as woll as every household patron izing the home paper It is very few homes including farmers that do not take a pity daily paper For this reason T contribute to a some extent that1 it IS Hard1 to tell what Kansas is always going to do at the next oltction With hAst wishes Yours trulyC AMYX I Ed Coulter and Wife HereU Ed Coulter wife aud hip auntMMrs Margaret Slimp of Neosho j Mo are visiting W T Caskey aud wife Mr Coulter will be remem 1 bered by many of our older citizens 1 as he clerked for MrI Cnskeyji about seven months in 1897 dnr of ing which time he made many warm fiiunds He is now cashier of the First National Bank at Ne- osho Mo a position he has held I for about eight years past He is I a member of the Missouri Banking Association and attended their convention held at St Louis May 18 and 19 Ed always showed affability while he clerked for Mr on Caskey and this qualification is doubtless the cause of his popular ity ill the banking business He and his wife will be here for a wee kIIglad to see his old friends in the meantime I ICIFairSeveral times I have naked subscribers who1 are in arrears to comett ill and pay up so that 1 can pay my just debts A few have come IItoI I I majority pay no attention to my appeals and patience has worn I out the seat of his pantaloons waiting for them to puy This is l the last time I shall ask them and if they are not squared up by June 1 1910 they will have to payn collector Hoping I may baye but few names to turn over to collectors 1 am Your friend and the peoples servant SlJo wEn COOPEK j Come In and Settle Up As Mr C F Kash of the firm li of Kash Johnson L Kaeb 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 l who are indebted to said firm to come in and settle by note or ac count as they must be settled with in the next 30 days Meantime goods will be sold cheaper than ever to let Mr Kash out and if you want bargains NOW is YOUR CHANCE Respectfully KASH JOHNSON KASH I Need a Fewing Machine We have opened a store near the I Commercial Bank and are propar I ed to supply the public with SillI ger sowing machines on the most liberal terms We will always hae a full assortment of attachments Why buy a sorry machine when you can get the best at the same price We cordially invite you to visit us and Inspect our method of doing business Respectfully- C F LYKINB BURNS ELAM West Liberty Ky A Regular Tom Boy was Susieclimbing trees and fences ju aping idTlfcheB whitling cuteysprains bruises bumps burns or scalds But laws I Her mother just nplied Bucklens Arnica Salve and cured her quick Heals everything healableboils ulcers 1 eczema old sores cores or pile TrroL 200aM11 dealer 1itt fr iWA Wanted Immediately 10 teamsii i to haul railroad ties Call on JOHN D Roan Lexie lKy Decoration Services Thoru will be sorvicuH at tho I graveyard on Lucy creek Sat nrday May Sat two oclock The relatives and friends of the deceased are especially invited to attend Respectfully JEFF M RosJol lour Agents Make S50 a Week 1- 1 Sllini new process water color portrait anti told frame CiMta HOcts complete with glass sells for t11I8 Samples and instructions fret Young man in Ohio made Si 2 in one day Ueure the largest picture and frame house in the world One general agent wanted in each county Give us reference and we will ox steadyhonorable i j Our lusines iestablished years We J ate nut in the picture old frame truxt- We want honorable trustworthy repre I yetlilhrrr IInlnu need nn capital to work for ns 11 V teach you hew to make j t success Address at once WILLIAMS i ART Co iMf W Taylor st Chicago MIZE Say Sweet Birds dont let your letters stop L It Rose made a biisinons trip to Leo City Saturday I A very large crowd attended the j at Murphy Fork J B Rose wont to McCausey onday and returned with a very tine buggy lospph Eatep and John Arnett I took in the meeting on Murphy Fork Sun l1YSIA social was given at the home I toe Cecil Quite u crowdat tended and all report a nice timeC Curren Nickell was seen going toward Hazel Green Sunday even ing 14 hat is the attraction Cur rout It cant be Lull games and bird dogs all the timeaErwin and Snowy McGuire of Pekin and Curt and JUIIID Jackson and Golden Pack of this place I spout Saturday night with Cora Murphy and took in the meeting Murphy Fork I May 23 GUSIIINOTON John D Rockefeller would go broke if he should spend his satire j trying to prepare u butter medicine than Chamberlains Col- IC Cholera and Diarrhtu Remedy for diarrbw dysentry or bowel U It is simply impos and so says every one thatItae used it Sold by all n CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY Miillirrs who value their own roinfort HUll ufllurc of tlifir children yhuuld never without a box of Mother irays Jiweet Courier for Chililreii fur use throughout I i thtaIII Tlicy Hreak up Colili Cure Feverish ness Con liiation Teething IDiy ortlers HeaUache fwd Stomach Troubles THESE IOVnKUS NEVEU FAIT Sold by a-nyhatitutrljI u FJIEE to any mother who will address Al1 ten S Oluistead Le Hoy N Y FARMFORSAEI Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek known as the Cruey farm All fenced anti crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in brass Large orchard over lasting fine water 5room dwelling house halls aud porches also tenant house For the next thirty days this farm will be offered at u bargain Possession given Janu ary 1 1910 For further particulars address ELLSWOUTH LACY R R No1 Rardin III A BARGAIN INBUSINESSDE- SIRING to change location two of Kash lohnron Kash are determined to withdraw even though they uacrifice the stock It is the opportunity for people who need IOrKiIl1I1I everything will be sold at jew profit tlinii any other merchant in hast ern Kentucky ran afford HIT NOW WHIIKflHE IRON IS HOT Preferably however we will sell the entire stock invoiced house and fixtures at a crentsacrifce This in the opportunity of a lifetime for anyone who wishes to engage in the mercantile trade all our health will permit us to continue Being on th corner rf Main and Broadway it is theI most desirable location in Hazel Green for YOU CATCH TRADE GW1NE AN ACOMIN It is on the spot where once stood the old Pieratt Hotel a celebrated hostelry in its day famous allover pastern Kentucky We want to sell iu bulk and if youllII meet us half way we can make K dicker Respectfully yours KASH JOHNSON KASH By C F KASH 46tf 0 C KOS- BNotary SEWELL Public STILLWATER KY Often bit profeuion services to citizens o tWolfe county and oUch the patroasge o all WImP taay taro legal piper to eluea- Uttiee tt atIda uaIdau oa SWRae66 t 7 cy- F 3 1l oG T 3 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER I OF CINCINNATI OHIO IBesides a Liberal Commission will insure to Solicitors 10000 month and better 1 Cash prlzo of r 000 1 Cash prize ol 30000 1 Cash prize of 2GOOO 1 Cash prize of 10000 4 Cash prizes ol 75 each 80000 4 Cash prizes of 60 each 24000 8 Cash prizes of 50 each 10000 12 Cash prizes of 25 each IIOOOO 11 Cash prizes of 15 each WiClO 7 Cash Mlzes of 10 each 7000 50 Cash prizes amounting to 257500 jEXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize lor Ohio 5 10000 1 Extra prize for Indiana 7500 1 Extra prize for Illinois tOOO I Extra prize for Kentucky 000 I Extra prize for Vlryi sit of West Virginia 10110 notI 0000 GRAND TOTAL OF 59 Cash prizes amounting to 300000 The Liberal Commissions we pay Solicitors in addition to cash prize theI1 are obtained The General News and Subscription Agencies are barred from this Hence Solicitors have no occasion to fear opposition from that sourceSend for terms get an early start Earnest work will bring you 5500 day ENQUIRER COMPANY CINCINNATI O WeAskYouto troubles because v a i sure it will hp yj Remeitiber that this great fcme e remedy OFCARDUI has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical puts female weakness many have rad It is the best medicine to take Try it Sold in This CityF3 CO YEARS EXPERIENCEr TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a rketch and anmptlfln mat qulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether aD Inriw in Is probubly patenuihle Coromunlnv tl niwrtctlyconBdeTitlU HANDBOOK en PiucnU lent tree Oldest auency fur necunne patertn- tatenu tnkn through JIunn A Co receive tyreiiil iMtlct 711 hout chart e In the Scientific jhntilcatt AhqpdaometrlHnatra I rrerhlr feaL elrn marfnnr mimth any sctcnl IU III buIdbjuIIvietrateyn YQrkanoc I Syripathye is always extended to those in distress but we have no sym pathy to waste on the man who borrows his neighbors paper when he can have one pf his own at a mere nominal expense Your home paper stands for your interests and the interests of your home town It deserves your moral and financial support If you are not a member ofour family of readers you should yourta L j L I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been Iin use for over 30 years has bomo tho signature of i M 7ZI IBonalI IAll Counterfeits Imitations anti Justasjjood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment 1 i What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups Itis Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Xarcotio o substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhuja and Wind Colic It relieves Teething1 Troubles cures Constipation und Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowel giving healthy and natural sleep The Cltildreu31auuceaTlw Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS llII I I S Bears the Signature of i I The Kind You Have Always Bought r In Use For Over 30 Years i COMPANY TT MUmiAY THCCT NEW TOUR CRT I ITNEUi J t I J ra 14I mJUSTr- ilr ttie RECEIVED 111A CAR LOAD OF in I i IIIIt 1 l I 1 i I P ill AChair to a 1 I tftComplete SuitePt6iU We have the nicest line of DRESS iU- W1 GOODS in town CJSoiesette Silks tt I IJI and all the latest Cloths iU I tIllt t Iv t2r DII STEP INTOTu4 T I III Millinery Parlors I G00 and examine her Io NEW SPRING LINE o p io411 Op0 clO W d fa Ladies Hats Ladies Furnishings W I faO Notions etc etc m Q tk ni1 r KASH SAMPLE i r Dealers in General Merchandise a1 I Announce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have just j received magnificent line of r LADIES SHOE GENTS i Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc t and that their general line embraces fine Dress GoodeDryGoodaNutio6F SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspectionpf p n 1i t2J Za J 1c f44 i j I 1 r4- rflY ti r 4P ji c AMEftr ff WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspaper in the United States CIRCULATION 200000t Popular IIn Every State The seventyfourth year of Its existence flails the Toledo made more popular than at any period of its remarkable career It is now read each week by more than a million people Its field is not circumscribed bY State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right of claiming to be the greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a Tamil newspaper The one object ofitapublishe has always been to make it fit for the Ame- jean home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it is kept clean and wholesome The news of the world is handled in a co prehensive madder and the various depar- menu of The Blade are edited with pain taking care The Household page is a de light to the women and children current affairs are treated editorially without preju dice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greeting number of fic tion loyers the Question Bureau is a scrap book of information the Farmstead columns are conducted with the purpose of- giTinK the patrons a medium for the e chanjteof ideas and information on far topics No department is neglected b every feature is taken care of with the idea of making The Blade worth many times the price of subscription one dollar a yeareSample copies mailed free THE BLADE Toledo Ohio1 Co HAZEL GREEN HOTEL t HAZEL GREEN KY J TAYLOR DAY Proprietor f ASA B EWINO Manager I X Table best the market affords Rooms well furnished and pleasant tBest Sample Room in town I LIVERY STABLE in connection to accommodate the I traveling public Careful drivers and good vehicles j t CRATES REASON ABLE6 I I Hee Westerc I Banka WINCHESTER KY N H WiTHEBSPOOSPres W R SPHAB Cashier Paid Up Capital lOOOOOOO Undivided Profits t 110OO00O- XtandsomB Deposit of over lit 50OOOOOO This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers Its custom era every facilityand the mostliber terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly e i FRUIT AND ORNAMENTALL TREES Everpt Iii for ORCHARD LAWN nil GARDEN ONE H1LUQN STRAWBERRY PLANTS No Aienti Free Catalogues H F HILLENMEYEB SONS LEXINGTON KY We B y FURSrHid foal W 6l ClsewGJdaApplWadeaJenawLod+ WiaLoaapW fie eaomidaerc6aa Rdoeaoe UJ Ilsak Is LaainiIe War ht w tlr- tarnGaddiyciLM aYl e Se isMarkSL UUMVIUE KT GEORGE RICEI UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several myshopany style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage in respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE KILLS COUCHraw CURE rna LUNG w tilf rH Ic8I I s o lsont ioir tx I IMO SUttlABE TO WOMBtf Natural Law Strraier Tiai Ar tificial Eiacteutg Tkat At teat to Writ YMMB Oat of lad SJlue Ii the Uualeaeat Of ScieelB In spite of manmade laws in Kentucky that attempt to write women out of any share in the management of the public schools t the women of Kentucky Have eome way and somehow gotten in Whom God hath joined together tor the nurture and rearing of children it has proven impossible for men to put asunder Lstdenyears ago a woman teacher was looked upon askance at present over 75 per cent of all schoolshintendent adds that it is well since women are as a rule better teach ore than men The law of the sur vival of the fittest has acted and women are doing their natural work superalaws did not originally contem plate that the office should be fill d by a woman Oa the Oatolde Tie lather As for the women on the outside of the schoolhouse it may be stated that mothers as a rule are not as mnchbut more interested in the education of their children than are fathers This condition exist ed even before the recent revival of interest in school affairs in augnrated by the Kentucky Fed eration of Womens Clubs It ex isted before the act of the last leg islature which made Kentucky mothers for the first time par owners of their own children Where education is begun a home it is usually the mother and not the father who teaches the child to read and write This ed ucational sympathy in mothers follows the child into the school room The mother as a rule knows better what the child is doing what he is missing and needing in personhiesOa the Outside Oriamiutioi In 1906 the Kentucky Federation of Womens Clubs became aroused over the deplorable conditions iin the state as shown by the reports of the United States Commissions of Education Though the men of Kentucky might be content to have their state bring up the rear in the educational march of the states and territories the women were putthethe people altered the facts The organization of School Improvement Leagues was decided upon as the best means of increasing local 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 N Interest in the acliools and better lug their County leaguesI have been lu over 100 ot the 119 counties f hundteds of dis trict leagues have done invaluable I workAs a revolt of the work of these leagues thousands of dollars have been raised have been cleaned and yards planted and beautified j pic Lures books and bookcases and in some instances desks for teach ers or pupils manual training tools for domestic sci ence school gardens and play grounds have been added Bu the best result and the one con sciously aimed at by the Federation has been the arousing of pub lic sentiment for better public schools in every nook and corner of the statea public sentiment that demands good school laws of and compels their a public sentiment that is rapidly curing the worst fault of our old system the absence of lo cal taxation for schools The Prize School The offered a prize of 800 to the rural school that would do the most to make of it self a model school of districts a graded school man ual training and domestic science school gardens and a were a desiderata Th school in Owsley county wiunin the prize fulfilled all these condi tions j the impetus of the contest- has t been felt in many counties A member of the I of the Federation helped draw the County School toI Law under whichWA are now ing and the did itsI part to secure the passage of I bill As a of the part of the in the improve j jI ment of the schools the tof 1908 in creating a State Educa I t be on the A was asked by his teacher who to Greek the world on his shoulders Atlas answer ed the boy And whoIjI added the teacher seeking to tripi him Atlas I dont know answered the boy medita tively but I reckon it was his wife iI to the law the Ken tucky school system is i and by tha men of Ken j tucky but is the men If we could tomorrow withdraw from the pubI lio schools all the women who as teachers and county ii i s j II j and all the women who on the out side by their interest their knowl edge of their enthusi asm their influence their practical work are it tit e public school system of We i IllNMI tF condition organized schoolhouses repaired equipment legislatures enforcement Federation coiiHolidution playground suggested Education Committee Federation recognition Federation legislature thattappointed commission schoolboy according mythology supported promptly supported According maintained supported somebody supporting suddenly superintend sysItem conditions upholding Kentucky would come to tho ground with a suddetl crash Men of Kentucky are you satis fied with the attitude of your school laws toward women IM MdD BRKCKiNRinoK Children cry I FOR FLETCHERSIj I OASTORI j WEST LIBERTY Cornelius Caudill of Insko was in town Saturday evening SouthtLiberty was visiting in town lost Saturday About 75 took the examination for teachers certificates her e Fri day and Saturday Miss Blanche Thompson has ac cepted a position as bookkeeper with the Singer Sewing Machine companyThe are erecting a nice brick church house which iis nearly completed It will be ono of the best structures in townp S 11 R Hurt editor of the Licking Valley Courier is publish j verybody i The Singer Sewing Machine Co has rented a building here and FeBurnsgjI taketIMay 23 Life JanooI I I I comes into the world with I IMan consent and leaves it against his will During his stay I dean earth his time is spout in one continuous round of contraries i and milUnderstanding8jj In his infancy he is an angel j inna lizard up j in his duties he is u familyhehe is a thief and then the law raises hl with with him If he ia a poor manager and has no sense he is a poor man j if he is rich be is dishonest but consider ed smart If he is in politics bo E is a grafter and a crookif if he is placehimI IIiI II 1 church heis a sinner If he do 1itj j stingy and a tightwad When he everybodygoes out they all want to kick = wastagreatlives to a ripe old age he is in the way only living to save funeral grope I Subscribe for the HERALD SL I CURE guarantee a in long not care how much you we or how addiction r JiEABAinJID P0f9eTON will take any case of Drug or Liquorcure allUJUIMS while the patient ill here such as treatment hosedroom and attendant and not exact We do not send our patients Lome a phlft8Iyrrtlt with a ao celled tonic to build themWhen you leayeour Eaaitsnnsa npyou know are cured foror Julie for either draf or liquor You are you eating and seeping von well are perfectly and tee from mrdlcfne all craving whatever Oar patlcfits gin desk aDdltrentll from taking no home every g to tain aaaotblBg to lose I L NO PAY I Nervous r For nervous tired women we recommend Car dui Cardui is a womans medicine It acts specifi cally on the female organsand has a tonic building suffer from some form of female trouble get Cardui t at once and give it a fair trial 1TAKE I f l It Will Help YouJMrs W W Gardner of Paducah Ky tried Cardui and writes taking it I used to suffer from bearing down ains nervous r and sleeplessness but now the pains are all gone and Isleep good I highly recommend Cardui for young and old Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES f zv r THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc Kentucky WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions 1 Always 11 stock a well selected linersL THE HAZEL GREEN BANK 01IndividualTotal 312D101t Tte FnlliiwiiiK IIB a IUt of Stockholder Who Own and Control Its K Veil ForkJGreenJi W ItysbomCecilt I hazel Green S Kittenhuus i i 2 1 Giceil i M Cecil furIDr Hazel Green J T Whaley carpenter Hazel GreenW Cecil farmer Vt Sterling Mrs E J Rittenhouse Hazel Green VaEI TItJOHN WHITE CO PJUB roi SAW ras iHBHKl VooICoc 111htIe1rptta 4it- CSTABLISHIO T7- I t44WWe a Positive for Liquor Morphine Cocaine Chloral and All Drug Habits t trp8tmebtiweIINO twoweeksweeksOurcuredHUE Rndready itcOita Women harmfulingredients yearsI ICatlettsburg QIProfits GreeaHCastelieuCastleICreanFGreenW T Our is the ftncht in the State and ladies need not hesitate about to us as they are by lady nurse and they will be shown but the mot constant and cour teous We refer you to the Farmers Bank and any btm lions any q If you are cur without and one that is your entire rwe you our is private and held write us for terms history of your case as nearly as Yours very truly CORD SHELBYVILLE INQ varf- r iji 11 C if 11 L ii i fURS 1 HIDESmOlEST 4 I LOUIgXILatenvy Give Guaranteed Cure l Trained Nurses s Fine Service f Excellent Table t Well Furnished and Well Ventilated t Rooms iISanitarium coming attended a nothing attention National 4placeseeking suffering i guaranteed to willcheerfullyaatiafactiooIf I appreciate a Bemember Sanitarium correspondence confidential stating possible SANITARIUM 1 411e HIM Wkm LKMul Bnfl Irtte are Oil 4 Witk AxtMfeUm lilt r I F