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Digital page images are linked to the text file. qf2 t Cecy7 + + s- r j f firY s r r HE HAZEL GREEN HEnALno Esutolislisd Harem 18W JiaJaeUgUe dcsatltaltasdHtaOuarlaat byllesutib11 0 fp1t10V COOPER nd Editor n The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely CIrculated and post Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 10D ItYuriIA VIICI 111 W kri BNTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 2 1910 NTTMBER48f t1111 7 1 Melon and Eastern Railway fa Title to Effect Jane 21 1908 WEST BOUND r frol I o3i Nobk- ATiOpB DailyexDaUyand Sunday r Sunday I tiunday only y r AMLvepMLMLve a 10 am 2 20 pn 700 am ji4sa ullad 6 lb pm 2 25 pm 7u5 am Je 7 n7 am 3 2e pm 754 am iIaTTe IL 7 30 am 3 41 pm 81a IUDd Bridge 7 45 am 3 b6 pm Hti am It J n 7 48 am a 67 pn 82H a- migk4too 8 15 am 4 2ti pm b64 a- miCSy 8 25 am 4 35 pm 9U2 am 9 am 07 1011 am enter 9 11 am b U pn am U 05 102i am Ioa ar 9 55 am pn EAST BOUND I I No t andsJLTtAMLTamt16pOVncUonV 8 26 pm- S J O 44 petLaIJ City 40 if u2 loW tltanton 44 9 10 am 51144J Juntn I i I 9 SlS pm 4 MPCampton auC MIJ2wo 70 BetttyTeJc 7U10 17 am 90 OKJ nnc 15 amO64 pm n11llolll am31Apm 94 Jackeon L CONNECTIONS Nos landLA Eo JUlIlOiIII1U YBake connection with the C A ORy YR Sterlinglet T01C JUNCTIONTraina Noe I 2 IM 4 connect with the Mountain Central 1florPiae Ridge and Campwn No2rrryLLa JUiCTIONhaina v take connection at Beatty ville June t lull the L lid A Hallway for puaengers oral rro BeaUyvW- eoaXf1J1CTIONTrainl NOl Sand 4 I K Bailwar for local Httr 0utodtlY4cu1TUe PamAYntaaaaer IBntuolg RaIIWaI 1iNio Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND 1 jhas iii = NonWiyex = STATIONS I = Dally ex I Vfwky Sunday fjLAKx 0 27 PM ARK JTN 6 Cannel City 22 Ii 35 fliS 11 Uelechawa 20 12 19 I tf IS Lee City 13 12 13 i05 20 Hampton 11 1151 153 22 Wilhnrit 6 11 44 J 110 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15I100 Jackioa 11 05 EAST BOUND 134 = K No 22 Miex 5s STATIONS y Daily ez 1 y Sunday IJCLTE P M Lv 7 jW 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 t M 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 746 19 Lee City 11 1 25 844 13 Hampton 13 1 44 137 10 Wilhur 20 151 136 I OIK Junction 22 225 I M 0 Jackson 27 2 30 H31 tad 22 vill make close connection ee K Junction with NOI3 and 4 fo- Oaithe rito Lexington and Eastern Rail g M LCONLEY Superintendent I ClalU Geglral Rall1O8 I 1 NutI iBT ARRIVE I mO0I jfr 2 No1I lYE DEPART I rM amCampn JnnclO 05 am 1pD pmCampn Juno 4 40 pmIr Mountain Central makes i K patrains hUT AID ORNAMENTAL I I TREES erytkt1 for 1UWN aid QlIDElf i STRAWIEBRY PLAIT Pree Catalel- I fI HlLLENMEYER k SONS KYII I t Y HOUSE Hazell Crcon Ky i tvun DAY Prorrtrtor 1 jYeasetyjttWMw ti awwri4 r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofeneral youritemT0 o J interest to a majority not later thanTne day morningMondayed o f our readers if pouble NeWWceivedafter that will eSpeCL not be pubUahed Unleas of unusual Im ally distant nendportanc Bide no one bulneuVIIJ writeonpu of the paper only from r CILLMORE I visitingheri ed Corn planting is the order of the at this place the Maude Cfcil called on Della 1 Nickell Saturday night Logan iiindon ot Netty iia vis icing relatives at this place Mrs Millie Fenska called on Della Nickell Saturday evening Maude Cecil and son William called on Mrs Lizzie Childers last Sunday Several from this pace attended the ball game at Lee City Sunday and evening I Mrs Lizzie Cecil came up Sun evening to see her Bieter iu law Mrs Lindou James Nickell and family visit of faIRilySaturday Ward Ely attended the commencement ville exercises at H4 A Saturday night MalBsa McIntosh returned f torn Campton Friday We are g tri to have her with us again Hblieguests ot Mrs Della NioielLSatnr day nigh- tPerhuawd3Ll1lard Barobftaa hiwentThSaturdaySunday accompanied their e luinMiss May 80 DAISY wire A Drettod Weuif- rom a Jknife gun tin can nail fireworks or of any of nature demands prompt treatmen- with Bucklens Arnica Salve toI prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest surest healer for all such wounds as also for burns boils sores skin eruptions eczema chapped hands corns or piles 350 at all dealersLANDSAW Miss Caroline Taylor was here shopping recently Born one day last week to the at wife of John Chambere a boy J M Tester who has been a Jackson during court came hom todayESeveral of the young folks are nor attending commencement exercises at Hazel Green this week Stephen Swango of Valeria visited his daughter Mrs E T Kash last Friday and Saturday Enard Trent who has been at Middletown Ohio for some time is now at this place helping his father in the shop We noticed your postmaster S H Kasb passing through here to day with a nice bunch of cattle which he was taking to his farm JaB Stamper of Stamper branch Mas here last week and made arrangements with N L Combs to er pasture a bunch of mules for him ban Everyone is behind with their work and hands are hard to get Farming and mills do not run wll1 together during this season ofth year Elijah Blankenship of Grassy and has been in this section for a fe vislte 1 pIhISN Lf Wbisman and wife took a couple of days off last week to via it his rjrqthur= in the loweredge ofr the cotlA We note this beoau Mr WjhEB n seldom leave hIS farm a tesbMay0V A NONso Let the KiaI1t IISForth st ear we have kept the King fall laxative DrxnR New Lif Pillsin our home au they k proved a blessing to al1 our fariily write Paul Mathnl ka ofif lo N Y Easy but sure remedy for all stpssscfc lire r ADS KidMf trouble Only 2 o- oiiAij as i1 f f l o11 J UgXIC at Andy Pippa had an old fashion log rolling Wednesday Mrs J H Trimble has been on sick list for a few daysMUncle Frank Coldiron of Snow denville ia in very bad health Reece Cox was a guest of his aidayf- Wm Hall the Campton photo I randgUnclemore was visiting H L Childers family Sunday MCgnzaljDfFrankers Mrs Harlanlatpntn and children Frozen creak are visiting her J mother Mrj Mattie P rkinswllJoseph P Rose was at Snowdeu Tuesday having some post er refencingthe she She Sam Smith and wife and Misses Corand Joanc Rose passed thru wbHazelstay over for the commence to msnt is Hon Joseph P Rose of near of- Hazel Green was at the home of s son Curtis Wednesday and lady ursday While there he beanti the faqiily graveyard by erect er g a momHB t in memory of Matlee and putting up a neat J fence May 30 BERTIE thheFrchttel thirds of a bottle according to dimE notions your money will be refunded Itiup to to try 1SoldTOLIi1ERanFrances James spent Saturday sight with Karma LndromtiWillie Catron Attended the ball game at Hazel Green Saturday A large crowd atteadedseiwioes C the McNabb grveyartiSnnday1- Dorsie of Stamper was a guest oft WillieaodKoll CatronSaturday aneByrd McNabb and wife took din with D B Stamper and family Sunday oer There will be preaching at Toh Brbody11illgsons Sunday What iis the attraction Courtney a 1 beeninthVirRiniahome last Monday yery much del atlightedhMIiYChamberlains Stomach andlav Tablets wil braoe up the nerves Dr sh sick hfesdaoe prevent de IIpondency and invigorate the whole system Soldby all dealers evIdaeMiss Maudip Campbell was vis ting her sister at Campton Friday Saturday thisdW was shop Jimmie Brown attended the com gtFSitardayaightand reports a the heIJames Stamper accompanied his daughter Miss Lillieand Lloyd were in Hazel Green turday Miss Nanpie Center accompa ng thHied odf Misses Hester stn4 Lqnise 1unday Edlmi d iiA David aDde Iiey COlflJr4f this p141ee i tewliwilolnacltDatboroWapisepeiaioei d1E te Q d- j2 oJ Jr k MAYTOWN Wet weather still continues Born May 27 to the wife of Charlie McGnire a fine boy Lelia Richie the little daughter- of J M Richie and wife is confin to her room with fever Earl Oakley of West Liberty his cousin Ruth Wills Wednesday until Saturday A large crowd from this place attended the Sunday school rally Itho Ward school house Sunday eveningItJames Ingram wife and daughter Ruth visited JH Oakley and at West Liberty from onday until Wednesday Bro Cbaa Williams of Paint Morgan county preached to large d appreciative audiences at this e Saturday night apd Sunday Miss Bernie Spradling of this Spradling nday While there she visited mothers grave Miss Ruth Wills and Stanley urphy went to the McNabb at Toliver Sunday oven aad took some beautiful flow to place on the grave of their uncle W E McNabb Mrs Nellie Kirk of Arkansas left here 27 years ago is here visiting relatives She is thomotb of Mrs H S Neff ofthi place is getting quite old bat says stood her trip very well Willie Childers and wife visited atJefferoonville the past weak and there atteudnd the wedding his brother Wick Cbildera Miss Ethel Sbultz The groom a son of R A Childere formerly this place The bride qsA most beautiful and accomplished young the daqgbtaz of Dr J H Shultz of JeffDreonvillD The writ wishes them a prosperous journey through lite r Maj SO BLACK EYES Vi j XSoOTM ftJji tfhH UwTVtWS SnSM BrSVB mark the wonderful progress of e age Air flightsoil huavy ma j ines telegrams without wires war inventions to kill ofwpndereDrlife when threatened by coughs 9roupbronchitisd whooping coughs or lung trouble For all bronchial affec it has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surest cure James M Black of Asheville Nr RR No4 writ sit cure bim an obstinate cough after all other remedies failed 50o and 100 A trial bottle free Guar teed by all dealers f MURPHY Fen rhe flag of loneliness still waves the famous cabin Ben Murphy sold a mule to uce Byrd price private News was scarce on the creek week It seems the gQssippers the track ilviT Milt Lykinp of Winchester paid visit to friends gud relatives in is and Other sections last week Rev Harlan Murphy will preach the Ben Murphy schoolhouse second Saturday and Sunday June f Missi Eurella Pieratt living at Harry Murphys attendei the decoration services at May town Monday r 1 The weather is fine on thecreek day in theweekexcepk Sun y when Hala falls in abqndncd around the home of J 8 Pigrslt Floyd Steele and wife of South Liberty were guests of John and H Murphy and attended deei oration services atthe Mrifiliby graveyard 3 Mrj Lizzie Cecil paid a yisiti nday to Gillmore and took in decoration services which wore at the graveyard on Csessr Lindon ff farm May 80 PORT If you are not satisfied aftarHB aerdingItodiJuateir irds sboLlleoGCkurhetlijn oulcantablets oleanwandinvigoratelb8 stomach improve thediyliew latetb bowels Give theep a trialaiwl get welt 8oU by alZ Talon is r 1bisllWwlnfrl111 o I YV- h1 W L dJ SELUARA YccomwereinQuite a crowd of youngsters wont to the Pilot Knob Sunday Mrs MoUie Wilson was calling on Mrs E Skeins one day recently Mrs Nath Hollow called on her mother Mrs Miles Nickell Mon dayMrs Gilly and Jennie Nickell were culling on Mattie Nickell MundayMattie Stamper ot Cannel Citv 10 visiting her graudmothor Mrs C A Nickell Mrs Mattie Burton of Cannel City was visiting her mother Mrs C A Nickell Friday Liza Harper and mother Mrs Pros Wilnon were guests 01 Mrs Morris Wilson Saturday Mrs C A Niakwll UIM Mattie Stamper were calling on Mrs John Amyx Saturday and Sunday Mr Jenniux andsoiii FiolBVand Boyd Craft who have beau work jug at this placH are visiting home folksMisses Vergie and Mary Gollett and Bonnie and Frances Prater were visiting Mrs S P Wilson reo centlyOra and Nola Byrd called on their sister Mattie Nickell Satur day and gave the writer a call in afternoonMav LILY Herrs rasr We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by HaW Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY Jr CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the latt 15 yean and believe him perfectly honorable in nil busiueai transaction mud finantncially able to carry out any obligations made by hit firm WAUHHO KIHHAM JURVIM Wholesale Druggiit ToUdo O Halls Catarrh Cure iit taken internally actingdirectly upon the blood and amyous surface oftfa i8etta Teatioonlab MDt free Priem 75 cents per bQtUeJSultibr Drlitat Take Halla Family Pills lorconitipation YsG LH118 PorIIGII Kentucky stands very near the head of the hat of states in the size of the etate percapita she pays for education She stands very near the bottom in the results ob tained the per cent ofiliteraoy of her population A Federation wo nan was asked atrFrankfort tbi winter if ffeanling4heaohool suf frageto womenweuldreaieuy this Sbeflajd it would eerteiuly help and cited examples of women as economist While Kentuckys stalSper sapitafor education 4s higbf her total per capita IB low beocMerof thehamfcU1 amount of lHai n This the wome- nbycreatingpublic seutimeiit for schools have already doue much toremMyStiUagreats deal of money fo ohoola iuKontuoky ia being p orlyspQat This the no man could remed- yLamdshoulderisalmost mvar iably oauwi byjtoau uUiaflfcotjthe mnaolM aad ieJda qutQkly to the free appligationot Chamberlains Liniment THis liniment is not onlyprompt and effectuallbut in no wayidii reeableito use Sold by all dealers fFeLBei 111Iae1M1isWe- ttvskanwn ad jia cry in our uawf boak= 4 Figbtwgtbe Traf fie in Young G rJlt by Earnest A Ball U S District Attorney Sims and others The most sensational blav8Tradebow thousands uf young girls are lured fromtheir 4ioaM si annually and sold into ya sltfa of stum The Cincinnati Enfloirec says vQf aU the books pfihe seaapn the War on the Wbita SlsfftTrade ia she mob belpfol it should be assist hqaiaay4naaieuKas and ehild Agents alfWlla kiisgftwal l8ito 17 a daysellrasjtkis book Over 8t10I eL +MSUYJ pikreP- riaej160 + IeslrWrmetolllNn- tfQatt4reeSen 151 forforwarcJ 1AdreSharkeyyocetary CbiiaNoAarJefntli c 3t lu1 b en- l t lWItDl lirhvkliillA p IIII flOe ftoa adJ eUketN Odessa Mo May 25 1910 Dear Mr Cooper Enclosed find check for1 for the dear old Hx ALD Keep it coming for we cart do without it With much lovet to you and Mrs Cooper I am ever your friend Please send TUB HERALD to Mrs B G Jones as I dont get it regularly addresses to Ellen Kash MRS B G JONES Berwick La May 20 1910 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir and Friend You will please find enclosed check for 1 I like to got THE HERALD so I can read of my native home while Jam far away down here in my little log cabin home Yours truly J MTOLIVER Lee City Ky May 3010 Spencer Cooper Dear Editor Enclosed find check for One Dol larto pay on my subscription for THE HERALD Yours truly- C F CECIL Neola Ky Muy 80 1910 0 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed flnd1 toi apply on my subscription a o think my time is out Yoursa truly I R A KASH Wilmer Texas May 2410 r Mr Spencer Cooper Find en closedmoney order for which please give me credit and oblige- T A FALLEN From various parts of thai stote cornea the report that pDtat hijggj c are more numerous this year than ever known They are also said to be attacking tomato plants A oertain and harialess curb for these L peetal9 to dissolve one can ofMer4 ry War or Banner lye in 20 gallons of water and spray the plants It will destroy the bugs as well as the p eggs People who have stomach fcron ble in any form should drink Swooep water which is auppLieli freetoiaU guests of RittBnhawef RauQb a half mile fzom 1 azat Greets J H Pieratt t Son pro prietara are prepared toeatertain all quests in the boat passibl- emsnnsrand the rates era njuoh o lower than at any miner spring in Kentucky Read their ad Jtt this weeks paper and then wiat them CeB LFidetile fir As Mr C F Kash of the firm of Kash Johnson k Rash wiUc withdraw from thy firm at anear ly date it is absolutely imperative that all accounts must be settled up at once This is to notify illwho are indebted to said firm to come in and settle by note orac count as they must be settledwiiliI in the next 30 days Mesathne goods wili be sold cheaper tbsm = ever to let Mr Kash out atidifUi- you want bargains NOW is YODRV CHANOE Respectfully 1 KASH JoHNBONTi EASE Nee tlrllil1- Wethaveopeaed satl4trntlhuthaj Commercial Bank aud 31repteplitst ed tosopply the publiowithtSfn irr g r ewing meahinee on thertrliberaLterms We will alwen hWa falLas ortmentof JtttMbwasrlK Why 4 By a sorry zftokifts wsiett youeapaget tke beiliativtbe3a3llto pricer WecerdJaUyiDvileqwa to t visit us and t8speot outetltwi 6fi doing basiaeas Ile5PISt5itllyr- CIpLYYLMar1tB81eNSyA21 r j WeiltlilMrtl7I Wu sMl Apdat once a womjm to cook wash and iron Bet waxes RQd easiest home in town APpjy to 8jNCEBCoprajj Hazel rean Ky WaatellAhm8 000 Mtxof4H y rpdppllr ft L LM t MN tom Ta J X l 6 l4 e 1 of irt ry J 1i JV iJi v i i x b J 0 r THE HERALD I L Entered atthe Hazel Or9tnPott o9eeai eoondclaiinatterf I I r SPENCER COOPER I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY June 2 1910 OBITUARIESTRIBUTES of RESPECTr and Cards of Thanks mnitbe paid for in advance to insure publication WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID B RKDWINK Judge THOS C JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty- J C LINDON Clerk Meets third blonday in January fin Monday in May third Monday in beptem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT W B DUFF Judge S O SAMPLE County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday iu each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues k ay in October MAGISTRATES COURT District 1o1Robert Rose tnird Friday in March June September and Decem be- rDlatrictNo2Robert Brooks fourth Friday i in February May August and No sevemberDistrict 3J M Reynolds second Friday in February May August and No vember District No 4David Spencer first Friday inMarcb May August and November District No 5Preston Hollon second Fri day in March June September and De comber District No6I W Combs third Friday in February May August and November District No 7shiloh Swango fourth Fri day in March June September and December District No 8John BChil3ers first Fri day in February May August and November COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE W SALLETSher-J I T CENTER Assessor J CiBi LITTLE Jailer SuperintendeESurveyorJ IN our boyhood days we wereI taught to never disturb a birdsI nest But that was before the lit tie desperado destroyer and get era devil the English sparrow had been introduced in this counI trvNow we invite and request all to make it a point to destroy every English sparrow every egg of thatsparrow every nest and inI short to make general warfare upon them They drive out our songbirds they destroy garden truck and are guilty of incendiarism iin carrying matches into nests in theI house where they are ignited by friction and cause conflagrations innumerable Death and destruc I tion to the English sparrow should beyonr slogan f THE editor of this paper receive- a dispatch from Adjutant General Johnson Tuesday authorizing himJ to go ahead and raise a company of tate guards with the understanding thatGeorge P Dyer late 7ofthe United States army is to be drill master and captain Wi- F the belie that Hazel Green and surrounding territory had good soldier material the editor wrote General Johnson the facts as he understood them and the tele gram was in response to our letter The men who enlist in accordant With our promise to General John son must be physically sound and ofgood moral character and we believe a company of that kind can be readily raised George Dyer of understands drilling the men aDd having served several years in thea United States service where he learned to obey he is competent to take command We hope all the young men who have evinced atfallingnesa to enlist will bear in mind the fact that his own honor the honor ot his county and the pride oi his state are the things to of contend fqr and that each and ev ery one will strive to make good oarword to General Johnson viz That we will have the best drilled tke best diaciplineofandaTpatriot I io a company asany in the state JIn short that General Jobnson I ttsyIfcirt II jlt 4 tkoeli bt4Jl Jw 1i 1irctl JqI1f L4 1 z enrollIthU upIin mind that Hazel Green must have the best company in the guard MANY of our readers andes cially theta who had access to ti tirmysterious and sudden disappear auce of little Alma Kellner from her home in Louisville on the K of December last The police at detective force of that city worked on the case for months running down all clues and the theory th she had been abducted and was held for ransom as she was only eight years of age was generally accepted Frank Fehr the wealthy brewer and uncle of the child af ttor a reward offered by the family city and state amounting to 3OC 0 raised the reward to 5000 But with all the dectoctive and police talent that was brought into ph l no tidings of the missing girl con be heard except occasional fat rumors and finally all rewards were withdrawn She was a pupil1 of St Johns parochialschool and when she left home did so to tend a special mass at St Johns church After her disappearance the building and grounds we ream arched but no signs of her or her body could be found Several arrests of suspicious parties we reby made but each time the parties were discharged A man by the name of Wendling was janitor of the school building and he disap peared a few days after the little ones disappearance since WE1 he has never been seen or heard ofmile Monday morning last a plumber R B Sweet while making so ns repairs in the cellar of St Joh church discovered the body of a little girl and upon inI ventigatibn it was found that one foot was missing the skull frac tured and practically every bone in the body broken A shoe matching I the one found with the d membered body led to identifica tion of the remains and Wendling as at once saddled with the crimei Then it was called to mind that he j had previously been arrested a fined for immoral talk with little girls of the school Mr Fehr b now put out a reward of 1000 Wendlings apprehension and all people of Christian or moral char acter are hoping to hear of hIsI speedy arrest and punishment HeN a Semi Mackiie We have opened a store near the Commercial Bank and are prepared to supply the public with Sin ger sewing machines on the most yeda full assortment of attachments Why buy a sorry machine when can get the best at the same price We cordially invite you to visit us and inspect our method of doing business Respectfully ELAAIthWest Liberty Ky G W Center came over from Campton Monday to witness the ball games and other sports ofofr commencement week and incidentally called at THE HERALD office to interview our foreman inI regard to teaching the newly or ganized band at that place Today will mark the departure of several of the faculty and many of the students at the academy They will be missed from our towno hopes are entertained that ty most of them will return next fall when school begins again 3 Among the visitors here during commencement we were glad to welcome Herschel Back a son of our friend J J Crittendeu Back Jackson Mr Back Jr while here was a guest of our young to friend Dorsey RoseTiMr and Mra Butler Hughes and little daughter Allen are this week visiting Mrs Hughes anal S M Nickell and other relatives or eu= Braises of commencement seek WMttfrAfr toe 5OOraIr0d I kr WiMrM af JftwJ OfMi aY- v nM q KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefmlly Celltted ui Coicliely CaTOildei 0Mad dogs are causing quite a scare at Crab Orchard Springs in Lincoln conn tj A number of dogs showing rabien have been killed farmerem partial paralysis while smoking in bed 1eset fire In his clothes and was burned to death before aid reached him TannerythLewi county William late lost 1hiix tdbalanceandj Ml in front ofa log passing over him and he was so badly crushed that ha lived only a short time itFor some time there has been talk of moving a shoe repairing plant from Mt Sterling to Winchester James OCon nell who has the plant in charge has perfected a deal and the machinery I be moved at once Governor Willson last week issued a Flap day proclamation calling attention to the anniversary of the birth of the American flag and suggesting that ev flag1don seAs the outcome ofIL quarrel betwe Frank Burton aged 53 year and Willie Ragland aged 19 near Ruckerville in j Clark county Burton is dead having jbeen struck on the temple with a rock- t thrown by young Ragland in celfde 1fense Mrs Cassia Smith and her 11 vear old Leo were burned to death when the iresidence of Tot McCloud in the west era part of Trigg county was destroyed fire recently Mr McCloud is a wid ower and Mra Smith WAS keeping house for him Recently Mrs Jennie Huff aged 90 walked three miles from ber home at Deevert to the Lome of Jonas Friend dinnerChBoth of these aged people live within a and a half of their place of birth Rugle Herald sInan effort to apprehend the man fedd on the C Clubb of- I North Pleasureville Governor Willson has offered a reward of E500 for the first arrrat and conviction and 1250 for each subsequent arrest and conviction The total increase that the state boards of equalization put on all the property in the state that it has been equalizing the past three months amounts to 64 000000 and iis the biggest increase ever put on by any board since the boar willd morn taxes than last year sAlfred IIforI Nellie Carson aged 32 were married at Georgetown last Thursday Together with her sister Miss Bettie Carson Mrs Crouch owns a pretty colonial mansion and several hundred acres of land iin rf Scott county and Mr Crouch who came from Estill county bad been working for them as a farm band for severall years While little Tomnjie Cookendorfer son of William Cookendorfer of Pendle ff ton county was at play he was vicious If attacked by a large shepherd dog v which bit him severely The dog caughtt the child by the throat and had not some one been standing near who beatt A the dog off the child would probably have been killed The dog is a family pet and seemed to have grown jealous of the child As a result it is alleged of jealousy- of her negro cook Mrs B W Eblen shot her husband at their home in Louisville e three shots being fired into his body one which passed through his heart eau inK instant death Mrs Eblen then fired j two shuts at the negro who fled from j the house and overtaking her beat the coloredwoman into insensibility with the butt of the pistol Mrs Eblen snr rendered to the police Governor Willson has offered a reward I Wfor the arrest and conviction of H each and any person guilty of banding and confederating together to intimidate disturb Milton Oliver of Lyon conn fjuryOliver who Is one of the main wit JB Amos the leader of the night riders was indicted was slot while standing in his yard The shooting of GUyer has aroused considerable feeling in that sec tion of the state apd it Iis feared that theI 01theLand prevent a conviction for the Hopkins raid DONT GET RUN DQWM 1 Weak and mUerabU If yea bare kidney bladder trouble doll head paint dtai andfeelotherGraJfVIbae manytattatalellgtatehtl iZ basitt tl k K 3Yttb ttu e1fJiI I L Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kldaey Tremfele Makes Yon Dllserab Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and I reinedlUI cause Il able health restoring properties Swamp t Root fulfills almost ofeveryi wish in over I 11111 coming rheumatism I I II pain in the back kid 1 ll neys liver bladder and every iart of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scaldingpain in passing it or bad effects followingnse of liquor wine unpleasttthrough the day and to get up many nightSwampRoot Cc everything but if you have kidney live r or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been ongbly tested in private practice sad line proved so successful that a special ar aillpaper I ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to findontifyouhavekid ney or bladder trouble When writingmention reading this generous j t iiJIS I offer in this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer Co lUnTiTSiSBort fiftyceenby t all druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name wampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Binghamton N Y on every bottle 3iE I1VI I andsaddle1910Iwy Davvboro at the low price of 5 TO IXSUJIE LIVING COLT foalofor bred to another horse or jack or traded away and a lien on the colt will be retain ed moneySKIIM sorrel 16 hand bindfeetwas saddie a mare by Golden Chief combined horse DEMPSEYT- his fine lear5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT bonedin lieisby whobavet jackAllaccidentsl any occur W C SEBASTIAN eHealthA Than Wealth a and there is A v securetbey RITTENHOUSE RANCH t + Kysuddrinkgo Spring There are 24 rooms 0 some bungalow style and rates are A f Jesltime market aflbrds For further Infor A i motion write v IA JOHMHPIEHATT4S05 HAZEL OHKIOr KY a e A A A A FARM FOR SALE Farm 0lesslyuigcreekknoUlAUfencedgood timber and nearly all cleared land in brass Large orchard ever dwelling tenant house For the next thirty dkys this farm will be abaty 1 1910 For further particu RNo88r8 Dporfuiji1ga I offer for sale my residence consist andgarden j most desirable locations in Hazel Green rpairi the kind in the country being furhedwith a complete outfit of tools stock ofmaterials and supplies also equipped with Power and machinery For Will sell all togetberor separately addrROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky DR ci H WILLIAMS mSICUM AND SU10IOI HAZEL GREEN KY OSeta bus sillsaltd vm taexer aU tell of II tea K bNrtDJlilui N I11ilJJ4ij J 0 i 1 k 1 Ju L i TROYk1VIILLI ERS Our Spring aud Summer line of Goods and Millinery is now in stock We have a beautiful line of Hats 1something that is sure to please you These have boon selected with great cute Our line of Novelties is of the hest Have tome pretty selections iin Dresp Uoodu Wuh Goods Silks lltetc t le WaistsrCall and see us We will take pleasure in showing throughI SPRING MILLINERY OPENING MARCH 23 to 26 IAZELGREEN ACADEMY Mountain Schoolof Christian Womans Board of Missions A A A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks =6 00 Good Board per week 2 00 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you For further particulars address IVf Q CARTER Y J HICKEYt IJ CafeJj 1 Lexington Kentucky cc w Rash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE Oe HAZEL GREEN KY FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING A STEP INTO CECIL BRaan-dlook through our new line of SPRINGand SUMMER GOODS We have the newest thin out in LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS We have a full line of Prints we I Anything you are is Dead etitwill still sell at it Rill pay you t5 Cents per yard I GET OUR PRICES WE ALSQ HAVE WALL IAP k f I LL t M = f I Ir i f S jCough WIedicine i tvK Cherry Pectoral1 is s- k1 lltr couch medicine I medicine a doctors klne Good for easy- ohsl hard coughs desper- r coughs If your doctor- horses it for your case take v h If not dont take It Never i contrary to his advice 01 i11 w pstlb our tormala w bnlb also1 homourmdltwgieraw yoursolar pkof flyers Pills is small only l sibedtime As a rule laxative doses Forconf1 dJeI they cannot be excelled Iyer doctor about thi- skppyCd3CAyrCoLnXi u k fHE HERALD fi Alll of our hotels dida good itaibees this week and if any dif ffcwnco the Day House a few guests sii the lead rrEMiH Jennie Pieratt of Mont trr county visited relatives ridfriends here during commence saatseek tfji Oacar Fallen of Daysboro trans Fridaytilie extent of one buck ti f Cuhier Patton and wife visited fitJackson Sunday returning Mon lj afternoon and were much jraued with their limited outin- gjrs Moses Blankenship nee Aina Swango of West Virginia spending a few weeks with rela ti8B and friends here and at May TO Children cry FOR FLETCHERS ICASTORIAI fjftkn G Neace a former student jit Hazel Green Academy but now visfi fwsimQceinent i Jrg W T Caskey and Mrs Coulter of Neosho Mo who riliifititing her called upon the ed itor and his better seveneighths iTMsdsy morning communication from Lee City xgMdr Long Jim is crowded out fK want of identification Our a of signing the fall name must la itriotly observed A Lynn Perry the artist sign later of Winchester this week jUeotated the west side of Days ticket store with a large sign adI Wfljsing Koza Kola I Robert Blackburn of Stanton awspaper man and state manager tf a life insurance company was w town Tuesday night a guest oft Hazel Green Hotel Sam Wilson took advantage of a few days enforced idleness aud- halted THE HERALD building to a boat of nice gray paint with white trimming Sam is always on deck Ifhen neededcSc Floyd M Rose came up from tzel to attend the entertainment andsoksubscription to THE HERALD a +osple of notches Amoug the visitors here this twe note with pleasure the IfWMce of Butler Hughes and Jij we Nevada Nickell both ol lM were students of the acad I r i few years since I rad all kinds of book andI k AJ pi ing quickly and neatly 1 1tedby THE HERALD Job De t When iu need of any I In our line dont fail to get timate on your job I v Ellis Boyd and two chil I Raymond and Geraldine J 4Hn Boyds sister Miss Lula f all of Honaker Vs aret Qf Mrs Emma Evans and I randIalma in Friday tfUroooo I ti time te wUnnw all ttfa YQl J4J v7 Jr IIIII p COMMEHCBHBNT 1BEI I beganSatnrday entertainment by the primary putpils An exceptionally large and well tohearsubject the piece which was so wellacted wasA Dream of Fairyland cons sisting of two parts Each and every child acted their part so well that no special mention of any can be given But the almost perfect rendition of the piece by children is due to the fact that the- teachers had performed their part trainingSunday l ate sermon was delivered by Prof 1 Willoughby at the Christian church DisciplesDuty appreciative audience On Sunday evening the annul address to Y P S C Ewas delivered by the 1 same speakerh1 Monday evening the young la dies literary society was held there being three representing the societyIt t eties and no medals were given i The instructions to the judges were to grade by points The societies were represented by one es say each and two declamations i The U D society was given the honor by winning six points against three by the H B society On Tuesday evening the young mens literary society contest was held the societies being represent ed by one essay one declamation and one oration each The H Be were given the honor by the judges by winning the full number ofr pointsOn Wednesday morning at 930 oclock the regular graduating ex ercises were held The address to the graduates was delivered by R H Crosifield president of the Transylvania University the subject being What is Wortb While and was pronounced by a masterpiece of oratory The two gradu ates from the academic course were Joseph Estep who delivered an oration on the subject of Our Heritage and John Henry Williams whose subject was Conser vation of the Natural Resources of Eastern Kentucky s- On Wednesday evening at 780I oclock a musical recital was given to tne largest audience that greet ed the entertainments during the i week Each and every one rendered t their pieces fine under the wise supervision of Mrs Poteet the excellent music teacher This ended the exeicises of commence ment week t During the past year the school t has been unfortunate in not soourff inK a principal but under the su pervisiion of Prof M O Carter acting as substitute the school has made one of the best records of 1 the past The C W B M board has been fortunate in securing thoII services of Prof W D Willough by as principal for the future IIYIIBNBiLII I JAMESPEBKINS Married near the residence of Boone Center June 1 Miss Zbril da Perkins and Alex James Revjj Center officiating The bride isII the eldest daughter of our fellow countyman Doc Perkins and the wedding is the culmination of a long courtship j STAMPERWARD Wednesday June 1 Miss Clem ma Ward and Willie stamper of Goodwina Chapel were united in the holy bond of matrimony in I our town The address to the graduating class at Hazel Green Academy delivered by President Crossneld of Transylvania University Wednes day morning was thought by allI who had the pleasure of hearing i to be tne best address ever deliv ered before our school It wuI chblarlandTewible throughout and fun of timely advice to theI gradotes Si ce the opening night of the oeent seroiIN datsrds- Jilt lb torn hail bile 111 i r aa A feierMi- c 111 o 101 Jr 1ttyila1l halves The two ball games played here Monday were the most interesting that have ever been played upon the academy campus The first game was between Frencbbnrg and West Liberty and was hotly contested from start to finish the standing 17 to 9 in favor of Frencbburg In the afternoon Freuchburgand Hazel Green cross ed bats for the championship and there was some first class ball playing as a result In the first inning Hazel Green made four scores but three or four times be fore the game was finished French burg proved they were hall players by tieing our boys and warmly contested every point Hazel Green proved to be the superior team by the score of 14 to 10 Berry Wheeler of Morgan county but now living in Frankfort umpired both games and so fur as we have rendered satisfaction in is decisions SiUea Deatk of Mill Trimile One of the saddest deaths THE HERALD has ever been called upon to record occurred Thursday even 4 ing last Or at least the accident which led to her death was on Thursday evening though death did notcome until Friday morn ing about 10 oclock About 5 oclock Friday evening the com munity was greatly shocked to hear that Miss Mary Ellen Trim ble had been fatally hurt by the ceiling and roof of a building she was tearing down falling upon her It was so sudden and so shocking that many refused for a time to believe it hoping that the report had been exaggerated and that she would rally But later news confirmed the horrifying story in all its details and Friday morning the news came that she had died atabout 10 oclock A remarkable coincidence was that she was 59 years of age the very morning she died She was a maiden daughter of the late Preston Trimble and much beloved for her attention to all who were sick in her neighborhood She was a member of the Christian church and lived a consistent life She leaves two brothers and a sister to mourn her untimely and demise beside a host of other relatives and friends Prof Carter conducted the funeral services and her remains were laid to rest in Hazel Green Cemetery beside the bodies offather and mother The Mill Creek nine and Hazel Greens first team played a game on the grounds of the latter yes terday afternoon with Hazel Green the victor the score being 17 to 11 Some of the Mill Creek boys proved good ball players but Hazel Green is getting to be invincible and if they hqld together will ere long bo ableto contest with some at least of theJeague teams Rah for Hazel Green Among the fair ones taking in the commencement from neigh boring towns we are delighted to see Misses Clara Wilson of Lee City and Lura Davidson of Days boro They paid our office a short but very pleasant call Tuesday afternoon They brought sunshine and summerliness with them and we are always more than glad to welcome such visitors The examination for county cer tificates held in this county this month resulted in several certifi cafes being granted the two high est being given to Lenix Swaugo 93 and Lloyd Lutes 90 Several certificates were granted and many excellent grades made beside the above but we did not learn the nataet of other successful candi dates Among the many from Camp ton who attended Commencement notticed Mrs N C Day Mrs 8 G Sample Misses Edna Hale Stella Manker Nora Stamper Kola McClure and Lizzie Boa Messrs I N Horton Richmond Horton Charles William Jack Williom and Lota Falks 1fIWlSftllW til- to etll Pil1M4 tiM CiJJ at 1 lIfDrit1 Rit tflWI Cede IL asi 8MtliUp I AB Mr C F Kash of the firm of Kash Johnson Kaah will withdraw from the firm at an ear ly date it IB absolutely imperative that all accounts must be settled up at once This is to notify all who are indebted to said firm to I come in and settle by note or account as they must be settled withI in the next 30 days Jtfeantime I goods will be sold cheaper than I ever to let Mr Kash out and if you want bargains NOW is YOUR CHANCE Respectfully KASH JOHNSON dt KASH H Q WarrapOtb merchant of Clay City committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with a pistol Tuesday afternoon Fail ure in business was given as the cause Last week he made an as signment but could not recover his nerve lost through incessant use of intoxicants and Tuesday ended it all Our friend James Combs of La 1 cy creek has the thanks of the editor and his tatter seveneighths for a fine fat ground hog which graced our dinner table Tuesday No epicure ever tested anything superior to a tender and juicy ground hog well cooked and sea soned CASTOR IIAFor Infants anti Gailttrta Tile m Yoi Han Aiwajs Buck Bears the- Sigaattue x of i W P Webster and little son left Sunday afternoon fur Swango Springs Wolfe county Pack has been in bad health for several months and will try this mountain resort for recuperation They were accompanied the journey by E D WebsterGraut County News Col B W Trimble late editor of the Mt Sterling Advocate has been in town during the week attending commencement and visit ing among relatives Hu says he is enjoying a much needed rest from newspaper work- Notwithstanding the lage num ber of people in attendance here this week there has been nc dis turbance of any importance Town Marshal Joe A Ruse and his able assistants Monroe Nickell and Claude Day have maintained per feet peace A BARCAIN INBUSINESSDE- SIRING to change location two of Kash Johnson do Kaflh are determined to withdraw even though they sacrifice the shack It is the opportunity for people who need goods as everything will bl sold at less profit than any other merchant in East era Kentucky can affords HIT NOW WHILE THE IRON 18 HOTI Preferably however We will sell the entire stock invoiced houseaod fixtures at a greatlICrifice This is the opportunity of a lifetime for any one who wishes to engage in the mercantile trade an our health will not permit us to continue Being on the corner rf Main and Broadway it iill the GreerforAN ACOMIN It is on the spot where once stood the old Pieratt Hotel a celebrated hostelry in its day famous all over Eastern Keotqcky i We want to sell iu bulk and V youll meet us halfway wecan make a dicker Respectfully yours KASH JOHNSONKAstl By C F KASH 46tf 4 HAZEL GREEN HOTEL HAZEL GREEN KY J TAYLOR lAY re AIABEWHw Table beet the market alto s pltsantBeat LIVELY STABLE in connection to accommodate the traveling public Careful drivers and good vehicles ffBATES KEASONABLEfti y y 0 KOHB SEWELL INotar Public 0TILLWATKR IllOM 1bvfissl l Md 1l1li IIIiItFi eM 1 rap fr ha L IIilIIJ 11 II CENTt INFANTS CMUDnm BroaatesDi ttl ssatdlli tisla ssdl9c LNOTiitdoUkJiHlIZf1Ui i st i AUftSA l1l1I rr- rw =Apofect Remedy for tIo Sour StDJJid1DIaniJIia Worms jConvukwusIevmat nessaodLossoFSiEEP Ies tit NEW YORK tb nnmthv ld J5 I I J5 N Exact Copy of wrapper J CASTORiA For Infants and ChiIirItL The Kind You Howe Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sICASTORIA nau IIede II 1- UUIIII JUST RECEIVED nI84t OF84tStOYBslttt iii1 Anything from a Chair to aWt Complete SwtemJU We have the nicest line of DRESS W 1 I SilksthIll J T DAYS RACKET STORE W I E T ff Z7Z7Z7 I STEP INTO MISS FALAY LONGS I Millinery Parlors and examine her NEW SPRING LINE I oOPo 1 Ladies Hats Ladies Furnishings Notions etc etc SASH SAMPLE j Dealers in General Merchandise 7 Announce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they hue jutreceived magnificent line of LADIES SJaCOISSS 6E1T51 Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general lln4braces fine Drew GoodlDr OeodsNodo- aaSELECT I FAMILY GBOCBRIXf stf W wldc4 tiler iarlte isyuthta 4 E H T OI t Y- vY i k u w 7 II ftA 5 I wtn TVY sirI rTrvr r rWi3 W iaT tJ 71 rel F w AMfRICA eAEATEST WEEKLY TIlE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO i TheBB8t Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000l Popular In Every State t The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade morn popular than at any period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week by more than a milliou people Its field is not circumscribed br State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claim log to be the greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family i newspaper The one obJect of its publishers hu always been to make it tit for the Amer loan 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 comprehensive manner sad the various depart Tents of The Blade are edited with painstaking care The Household page is a de light to the women and children current affaire are treated editorially without preju dice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greating number of fic tion lovers the Question Bureau is a scrapbook of information the Farmstead col umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium tor the ex change of ideas and information on farm J topics No department is neglected bul every feature iis taken care of with the idea r of making The Blade worth many times the price ot subscription one dollar a year l Sample copies mailed free Address THE BLADE Toledo O- hioElectric r BittersSucceed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy aa thousand have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE It Is the best medicine ever sold orer a druggists coun- terTfteMotesterll8nk I e WINCHESTER KY N H WiTHEBSPOOMPres W R SPHAR Cashier Raid Up Capital 10000000 Oodlvided ProttU 17000000 Handsome Deposit of over sis 500OOOOO This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus mess men genera1l1tbrou hout Eut era Kentucky and offers its custom era etery acUity and the mOlt liberal terms within the limits of legitimate bunking 10ct2lyI We Buy FURSNftle WIFsi srsTalfowEwa CIMe- aacwsJYdIow Root IIa71eWILl Claw etc WaN cWn rsamriIalI seas or cooBora moAtuH Rte ce urBufcULaanOt wilds let wec1I7 poolliII ud 4ipcu Usu 1 ahI A ssi- tsL Market It UUISVIUE KT GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY t Ihave several myshopi moatiA Handsome Hearse whenxPubliopatronage is respectfully solicited Sitf GEO RICE- r spa We Print Sal Bills All iIIIT ran IIIT and we can handle all lines of job printing lIt makes BO dItlereeIlarks or small tM job ray bs can atthla otBea aad look ovaeour sample of letter beauelweuopea Dashess cards and wee D1weawithI iiltWKk Wit kNIIgWI- t i t COUCHCURL WITHI1- II 1 rt i 4 4- YNw OMi f it FtCMOt Per Jut Copyright byCH Reith Der Kaker of dill Fatherland Und Roosevelt act ding OBnnand Ve two und Qott you understand Myself und Tel It used to be ynit Gott and me But Tet he come to make it dree Und latterlyYust Yutt me and Tat salt power divine To keepderelt of them in UneIn bea sigoUndome peasDerDer same in war der same in bease Myselfmit Tet Der eastern hemisphere for me For Tet der one acmes der sea For egree3fyselfnod A health to mea health to Tet yetVunVe twound Gott Beside a day in June my dear all other days are nothing for then it iia ones eager ears may hear the soft wind perfectdaysjoyous songs are tome along just like a string of beads A poet one time asked us what iapetr adventure like it aad died well knowing we had not the wit required to strike it He simply tried before he died to give us one so hid wed work atit till time shall quit and by the gods he did The breath of summertime shall rouse the festive talf to action andwhatwitb unrestrained carouse hell do for an attraction Hell buck and dance around the mansein no great show of grace and wave his tail with brave assail in Mr Halleys face The heavydroning bumblebee shall kiss the blushing clover and skie as blue aa any sea shall bend the planet over The graduate shall right the state from Maine across to Yuma and the groom in stress shall JS 0 8 his dad for more mazuma Of June it may be said indeed It is a great invention And one we rather badly need To somewhat ease the tension If were to fish to loaf andwish Or hearken Natures call Wed do it soon or late in June Ur not do it at all The comet having hung about until we were converted shall gradually peter out and leave us quite deserted We must recall we are nut all the world it sets aright and bidit speed where there is need to cause another fright greatdimensions hayeJohnHalleyhotA Guggenheim would capture Mara a Rockefeller Venus and Morgans on the other stare would utterly demean us Wed even be unhappily quite naked where we sit if it were not that Halley got around and saw to h- It will rot all at once appearhow far the comet served us or just to what ex tent the fear prevailed while it observed ui but safe to say that for a day or there findittheirs mayThe dlYWillus The hemisphere will tip we fearII Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad Af ter Effects Our Terms are Every Patient is Our Guest Our No Barred Doors or Windows klytraekButRejoice to see him back Twere better to be in a club and branded Ananias than languish sadly as a dub unsung or honored by us The chance for fame since Afric game wooed this extraordinary son of the Dutch has d plugs along undaunted but Theodoras on the whole was rather what we want ed We never cease to prate of peace and say that war is Lad but even so it does get slow with uo one very mad Wa rather liked the pleasant sound of pears gone willynilly and someone be lug chased around the White House with a billy Weve missed it much for lack of Dutch in smiling Mr Taft and mor talttin but it has been a bug time siuce we laughed concludeWerewas And turn to have it worked reviewed chautauquaThe tent againAnd uponTheUpon the 21st the sun wjll reach the line of Cancer and summer not too un derdone will haply be the answer This is they say the longest day however you may search but you will hardly no tice it unless you are at church At any rate the swimminghole will get a little warmer and harvest time will vex the soul and slumber of the farmer Hell pray for hands to tend his lands spread food and tie the dog and the wary tramp will make his camp inside a logThe will hie away to spend the summer by the waterto live until the seasons end the glad life ofan otter The poor meanwhile will sweetly smile however fortune goes and splash and rub inside the tub alternate with the clothesThe singing stars will reindulee their old familiar riddle and milk and butter milk will bulge the hoarder round the middle The heart for June will hum a tune or plenty or a crust and the whip poorwill when night is still willwhistle like to bust- And then July will come around In terrible ascendance upObserving A Womans Great Idea is how to make herself attractive But without health I it is hard for her to be lovoly in face form or temper A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation and kidney poisons I show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched com plexion But Electric Bitters al ways prove a godsend to women who want health beauty and friends They regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin healthjTryBroken faith can not be mended t like old china You may patch it up but there forever afterwards lurkd a certain suspicion of mistrust You may think it is for Rotten but it is not so u 10 fill Kick Odor About I GIlt TUMI ixteen years ago few people in thi world knew of such a prepara ToIdabler s FootEase has been told year af er year by one gratified person to another there are millions who w uld as soon go without a dentri fri e as without Allens FootEase- It is a cleanly wholesome heal in antiseptic powder to be shaken in p the shoes which has given- re t and comfort to tired andach 1 in feet in all parts of the world It urea while you walk Over 30 00 testimonials of cures of smart in swollen perspiring feet It pr vents friction and wear of the sti ckings and will save in your st eking bill ten times its coat eai h year Imitations pay the deal er a larger profit otherwise you w uld never be offered a substitute- w en you ask for Allens Foot El se the original powder for the fe t Imitations are not advertised be ause they are not permanent- F revery genuine article there are m ny imitations The imitator ha uo reputation to sustain the ad rertiser has It stands to reason th it thi advertised article is the be tleerwise the public would nob buy it the advertising co Idlot be continued When yo i asks for an article advertised in this paper see that you get it Refuse imitations It cured me or It saved the lifeof my child are the expres sions you hear every day about Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhwa Remedy This is true the world over where this valuable remedy has been introduced No other medicine iin use for diarrhoea or bowel complaints has received such general approval The secret of the success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it cures Sold by all dealers Fair Warning Several1 times I have asked subscribers who are in arrears to come in and pay up so that I can pay my just debts A few have come to my relief hut alas the great majority pay no attention to my 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 if they are not gqiared up by JU6 1 1910 they will have to paya collector Hoping I may haye but few names to turn over to collectors I am Your friend and the peoples servant SPENCER COOPER No woman really believes that she is in the homely class a We deeirejto call your attention to our Sanitarium treatment for the cure ofWJlbkey Morphine Opium Cocaine and all drug i i I I E epeciallyprepared to handle this class of dictates and where we guarantee a perfect cure in every case within ten days to two i HERE ISOUJt i We de aeldoUJ patients home apbysleal wreck ilha socalled Ionic to build them upWhen you leave Eaaftarium know Hotblat Womans Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age But women who regularly endure pain a leaves its Nearly all women suffer more or less with some a I t It Will Help You on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui and soon began to math AT ALL DRUG STORES C THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions Always II stock a well selected His Orim full proaptlj aidwif sits THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Total S312MOt The FolIuiviiiR ia n Lint or Stockholder Who Own and Control Its ForlrJGreenJl GreenHWtleBenTeccCsattJGreenJGreenFGreenJGreenJGreenAGreenWI Creek Va E F CECIL PEi PBESIDEKTR AND HIDES I18wt t- J rm n JDgroatcas 2 ariisQ- JOHNWHITE I OOeaafTsJI rWe Give Positive Cure for Liquor Cocaine Chloral and All Drug HabitsI Reasonable Treatmentis veryOur weeksOurhowlongLiquoraddictionofoldroomandreadycraYingordeairedomewhatever itcota Beautyt nthemneglectedAvoid doneBegin TAKER- J writestrImbetter 15QU01ProfitsOrIndividual DaYlboroO 444W4444Guaranteed Morphine PIsuccess Trained Nurses Fine Servicei Excellent Table K Well Furnishedand Well Ventilated Rooms 4 Our Sanitarium is the fluent in the State and ladies need not nurseNI I I I We refer you to the Farmers National Bank and any bustII nes prufessioualman wecaaplace fanswer any quea 1 tionsIf you are neekinsr core without and tasatisfactioncheerfullywe cannot do what we claim satisfactionIfappreciate a letter from you Remember our Sanitarium is private and correspondence held confidential Write DA for terms stating history of your case as nearly as possible rYours very truly 3 I Ir urnmRD SANITARIW1 l SHELBYVILLE JNDPSaMutInI 1 M 1I 0 ftf 7 j r I l I Ok I UJl o IIr J I 1= p r I j t