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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w SJP 4 S r tvva AvtiT Irr w A t7 ftii r r Y- EHAZELr I J REEN HERAIALO u Established March 41886 Made amous In tbe Story of Jonathan and His Contlnentby Mar Reli 0 uoo vgeooPlsltorThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Adrali- 1rq n NT HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 9 1910 NTTMBER49 t piaand Eastern Railway 1bleis EttectJnae 21 1908- e j WEST BOUND Aol Aoi A05- 1iON8 DaliyexDallyand Sunday yundayt+ uudayout AMLve PMLve AMLv- erya 6 lU am I 20 pu 7UU aw- Saaet 6 15 25 pw i w nw- e Jc 7 ti7 s o pm 754 um- lr 7 3U amII 3 41 in 815 aw Id 2 715 3 56 pm tiu um lt 7 48 am 1 S 57 pn S18 ant 8 15 am 4 lti pa r54 aw 8 25 am 4 i5 pr 19U aw- ttgjaaen CUy 9 pVam 5 07 pmi1Ut Utn 9 12 am 5 20 pa 1112 urn Tyekester aat 955am Gu51 aw EAST BOUND I STATIONB IIm Dailvane- I Sntiday I A31Lytb- 2f6P10 0 Lexington 0 735 eat 1Yiuchestrr I0 8 13 am- 4dp 3 ePa t0 4LEJunctiuu 8 pm City 40 a u Stu = gyp iiClay 9 lu am I Pm 9 3t pm 9 43M li- i447 4 d pat Torrent62i 9 56 am- l pit BeattyveJc17u lU 17 am pr 70 9ppKJuncn 9u 1115 am- OIpe 6 f 94 Jackson 94 1110 am CONNECTIONS JA E JIIlCTIOSlII1IUII NOM land TIsake connection with the C OKy- fciJffijBNCTioNTrains Nos 1 2 haiuo1lJlect with the Mountain Central Pine Ridge and Campton If l jprnVLLE JVSCTIONTraios No2i- IIsake eonueetion at BeaUyville June ik tbeL and A Railway for passenge 11M4 from BeaUYVllle SLJexcrlopTrains NOI 3and9- with the 0 K Railway for local OD the O K Railway A UDOWLLL General Manager iO CoTT Yell fa AKel1t i1 uitfHti magSf- c 1lm Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND x t No21 eL CitrJJ Daily Sunay ex- Nwy UiAu 0 PM ABB 6 0 6Cannel 12 35 465 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 1Ii 13 Lee City 13 12 13 Hi 20Hampton11 1151 111 M Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 t8 27 OAKJunction 0 11 15 U8 Jackson 11 05 EAST OUN- Dkit K 1 K No22 ex = STATIONS Daily ex y w r Sunday LTK PMLv719 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 JJ 21 llelechiw 6 1 17 746 19 Lee City 11 1 23 144 13 Hampton 13 1H 831 10 Wilhurst 20 151- l25 1 OAK Juoction 22 2 25 030 0 Jackson 27 2 30 MII1 tad 22 will make close connectioi 014 K Junction with NOB 3 and 4 for ba the Lexington and Eastern Rail i M L CONLEY Superintendent R iCentral Railroad 1 No 2 ART ARRIVE rOO a mCampton1130 a m tOO pm Campton 600pm f i 2 No1DEPART OamCainp1n JnnclO05am aOpmCampn June 4 40pm t Mountain Central makes Section with all L E pas trains s If AND ORNAMENTAL x j2 +TREESI l Y8lJ1hinD for I f LAWN and GARDEN STRAWBERRY PLANTS Free Catalogue iKLLENMEYER SONS x IJEXINGTON KY t y HOUSE1 Hazel Creen Ky IiOV DAY Proprlctflr- ftQ ui Eutera Keatock AI reel eennerted Heae ia- dU t UIfHW eta- IReawJllJtlSllj COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofjeneralTO CORRESPONDENTSMail your early so they will reach our office interest to a tajoritynot later tllanTuesday morningMonday willoI businessallyDAYSBOROIA large crowd of boys and girls I went boat riding Sunday evening Mrs Lillie Wilson was calling on Mrs Francis Fallen Sunday nightJ P Alexander wns a guest of Hagar Hollon at Xoola Sunday eight Paris Rose and wife were visiting Samuel Rose and wife Sunday eveningMisses Lyle May and Fern Cecil were seen in our little town Satur day evening John Caudill of Moreheadwas calling on Miss Lura Davidson Friday evening Mrs S C Alexand r is very ill at this writing Dr ludy Nickell was called to see hr Thursday morningJim and wife were visit ing his motherinlaw Mrs Moore at Pomeroyton from Tuesday until Friday Seldon Collinsworth was seen going toward Salem Sunday evening We think he WAS on a look for a Nickell 4j Dennie Nickell passed through town Sunday evening taking his brother John Nickeil to Hazel Green where he has a job as book keeper for Taylor Day Mrs P A Wilson and Mrs J B Hollon of Neola were visiting Mrs S C Alexander Saturday night and Mrs Hollon returned home Sunday evening June G BUTKEYKD BEAUTY A Womans Great Idea is how to make herself attractive But without health 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 show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and s 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 lovely complexion good health Try them 50c at all dealers- CILLMORE Asbury Little of Adel visaed his parents Sunday Scott Nickell made a business trip to Campton Monday Several teams are engaged in hauling the square timber The church members are covering the old church house today Ben Patrick and wife called on Della Nickell Saturaayevening Mort Vest of Adel called on Scott Nickell and wife Sunday Mack Burcham of Flat visited his brother Johnny over Sunday Edward Nickell was seen going down the creek Sunday evening What is the attraction Ed Cffisar Lindon of Campton has been visiting friends and relatives at this place during the past week Good services were conducted here Sunday by Rev F P Wilson but several failed to attend on ac count of rain June 6 DAISY Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavyma chinep telegrams without wires terrible war inventions to kill men arid that wonder of wonders Dr Kings New Discoverytos- ave life when threatened by coughs colds la gripoe asthma croup bronchitis hemorrhages hay fever and wb opiag teogbs or 1lung trouble For all bronchial affections i as no equal It relieves instan ly Its the safest cure Jame M Black of AshevIlle N C R RNp 4 writes it cured him of alt obstinate cougb after all other remedies failed 60s and h A trialbottIe Owr blU ti te- free it LEXIE Camptontoday G F Byrd went to Campton to dos on legal business Aunt Nan Taulbee is still in a very critical condition Miss Nellie Taylor has been on the sick list for u few days- S S Rose and wife spent Sunday with Newton Maloney and family Mrs Logan Nickel was visiting her sister Mrs Mary Brooks Sat urdayMrs J H Trimble is very sick at the home of her mother Mrs Polly James Curtis Byrd was visiting hfs sis ter Mrs James Cox on Rocky branch Sunday Mrs W S Trimble spent Friday night with her sister Mrs Jane Nickell on Grassy James Perkins of Pleasant Hill was a guest of his mother Mrs Mattie Misses Perkins NannieSaturdayII loney were guests of Misses Golden and Buelah Trimble last Saturday nightMiss Emma Cox of Hazel Green visited her sister Mrs Porter Cen ter on this creek from Saturday until Monday- There will be singing at the Johnson school house next Satur day afternoon and Sunday Mr Walter will be with us again Noah Anderson of Gillmore was a guest of H L Childers and family Sunday afternoon Noah always likes to come to Lacy creek C F Ka b wife and son Carl of Hazel Green H L Childers and wife and Charley Maloney were guests of W S Trimble and family SundayC Rnsn and wife accompa nied by L A McIntyre were vis iting Curtisa parents Joseph P Rose nod wife While there they took in the commencement exer cises at H G A Mrs Harlan South and children who have been visiting her moth er Mrs Mattie Perkins and other friends and relatives for the past few days have returned to their home on Frozen creek June 6 BERTIE A Dreadful Wound from a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any other nature demands prompt treatment with Buckleus Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest surest healer for all such wounds as also for burns i boils sores skin eruptions eczema chapped hands corns or piles 35c at all dealers MAYTOWN 4 Farmers are busy with their to bacco crops Pearl Crain was a guestof Miss Ruth Wills Sunday Asa Pierattcf Frenchbnrg made a business trip to this place one day recently Asa Nickoll end little son Reed of Murphy were guests of H S Neff and wife Sunday Robert Childers and wife of Jefferson vi lie wen guests of Jas Ingram and family Sunday Hello Blue Ejtes do not let correspondence stop We are al ways glad to hear from you Johnnie Little of Pomeroyton was a guests of Tennyson Sprad liug Saturday night and Sunday Ike Adams who had the misfor tune of getting his leg broken a few weeks ago is improving slowly Joseph Childers of Jefferson ville made a business trip to this place Saturday returning home SundayMiss Ruth Wills was visiting her cousins Misses Nancy Ella and Maud Little at Pomeroyfou 9atr yn 43io4ay- Yo1PMTYbVtY tl wile and little ter1J4MW ieRolwofAteM7 =r I were guests of Mrs Henrys par ents H S Neff and wife Sunday night J T Sexton bettor known by allas Uncle Tom died May 30 He was well respected by all who knew him and was one of the old est members of tin Masonic and Junior orders at this place He leaves threw brothers and two sis ters to mourn his loss The funer al services were conducted Wed nesdav at 11 p m by Rev HarJan Murphy after which the Masons and Juniora took charge of the body and the remains were laid to rest in tho Pieratt burying grounds Married June 2nt the residence of the brides parents at Campton Volney Murphy of this piece to Miss Pearl Cannoy The groom is a son of Silas Murphy and the bride is the beautiful and accom plished daughter of Shelby Can noy Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the home of the groom where they were regaled with a sumptuous supper and amidcongratulations and good wishes all went merry They should subscribe for TUB HEKAID Robert Childere and Miss Jennie Pieratt both of Montgomery coun ty were quietly married at the residence of the grooms sister Mrs Henry Murphy at this place Saturday morning at S oclock the ceremony being performed by Rev John Wilson Ony a few immediate relatives and friends witnessed the ceremony The wed ding was a surprise to many tho it was generally believed that it would happen in the near future The bride is theyoun est daughter of Joe Me Pieratt formerlyof this place and is one of the most accomplished modest and lovable young ladies the writer over met The groom is a son of R A Chil ders also formerly of th place I and is a most progressive and j prosperous young man His char acter is above reproach Time writ er wishes them a long happy and prosperous journey through life June 6 BLACK EYES HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that ran not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known OII Cheney for the last 15 years nud believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finununcially able to carry out any obligations made by hit tutu WALDISO Kl iAN t MAKVIX Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per butte Suld by Druggists Take Halls Family Pills tor constipation POMEROYTON Wet weather still continues Miss Nettie Collins was a guest of Miss Lillie Dennis Miss Mary Phipps was a guest of her brother George Phipps and family Saturday night A large crowd of boys from this place attended the charivari of Robert Childers and Miss Jennie Pieratt Saturday night Miss Ruth Wills of Maytown was visiting her cousins Misses Nancy Ella and Maude Little Saturday night and Sunday June 6 SNOWDROP Chamberlains Cough Remedy is sold on a guarantee that if you are not satisfied after using two thirds of a bottle according to di rections your money will be re funded It is up to you to try Sold by all dealers SANDFIELD- A wedding to report soon Willie Catrou was a guest of Ellis McNabb Saturday night Miss Della Legg was al guest of Maud McNabb Tuesday night J J Catrou and wife made a trip to Hazel Green Saturday Mrs W A Oldfield spent Saturday with Will Holloo and fam ily1Y A Odfield and wife spent Sunday with J B McNabb and familyNancy and Stella Catron were guests of Miss Etta Sweeney Wed nesday night Maud McNabb and Nancy Call ron spent Saturday night with Cordie 0dfi ld Jose4 f31r P4LI I J 4 flt f L SELLARS Aunt Hotny Amyx is a guest of Matliu Nickell Orla Spencer called on Ernest Nickell Saturday South Stamper took dinner at the Jennings hotel Saturday Forest the little son of Mrs Mollie Wilson iis ill at this writing Mrs Henry O bnrne was calling on her son Hollif Oaborne Satur dayE Skeins and witsi called on Hiury Osborne amid family Sunday eveningBruce Byrd bought a wagon of Ollie Nickell but xve did not learn the price- A Mr Little of Cannel City was calling on Mr Jennings one day recently Johnnie and Myrtle Asbury of this place attended church at Lee City Sunday Amyx and Clarence Stam per who have heen at work here are visiting home fnlks Mrs Clara Hollon and little son Olden were culling on Mattie Nickell Saturday Mrs C A Nickell and granddaughter Jewel were guests of Mrs Jane Long Friday Misses Kitty Jennie and Pearl Oaborne are visiting their uncle Hob Phipps at Insko Mrs C C NIckell was calling on Mrs Mary Phippa and Mrs Henry Osborn Thursday FiulHV Jenning and Boyd Craft who have been visiting home folks returned to their work Tuesday South Stamper wife and sons Carl and Amyx and daughter Muttio of Cannel City attended services at the Ollie Nickell graveyard Monday Drs Whitaker and Edgar Nick ell performed an operation Thurs lay on Sam Osborne the little son of Henry Osborne who wan shot while they were in South Carolina June G VIOLETS Kept the King At Home For the past year we have kept slwthey have proved a blessing to all our family writes Paul Mathul ka of Buffalo N Y Easy but sure remedy fur all stomach liver and kidney troubles Only 25c at Ml dealers STILLWATER- Mrs S C Rose is ill at present Ethel Edwards visited homefolKs at Trent Sundav Jeff D Edwards and O B Linki- ng4 visited S C Rose last Sunday evening People are badly behind with heir farm work on account of so nuch rain G W Sally sheriff of Wolfe county wus on Stillwater Friday looking after his farm Rev Robert J Rose who has been confined to his room for sometime is able to be outlagain Rev Jeff Brewer came in Satur day evening from his logging job on Coppers creek in Menifee Mrs Bee Bowman formerly of this place but now of Middletovn Ohio was visiting relatives here during the past week Bow Roses dwelling at Camp ton was burned one day recently The fire is said to Lave caught in the ceiling from a defective flue Miss Ninnie Brewer accompanied by Ella Miller and others visited her sister Mrs Logan Miller on Gillmore from Friday until Sunday Kelly Banks of the Buchanan fork of this creeki went crazy but was arrested immediately by Constable Hewey Spencer who took him to the Campton jail for safe keepingThe following from Stillwater attended the commencement exer cises at Hazel Green Wednesday night Emma Wells Maud Miller Eliza Combs Maggie Combs Sarah Combs Evalee Rose Bessie Rose Arthur Kash Mort Halsey Monroe Rose Jesse Rose Wayland Roao and Kelly Well June 6 DOMINGO Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets will brace up the nerrei bunicb lick beadipke parent de pendency and in oratetAewboje mtom Sold bl ell dtftforf 4 tIIi 0 i I fY 2 4t 1IiIci x- tt TOLIVER Frances James spout Saturday night with Miss Barsbn Taylor a WT McNabb was a guest of Jack Sweeney Saturday night S Stamper and A B Lan I IH made a business trip t6vJ Cutnpton Monday Miss Clemma Lawson was bitten by a copperhead snake Saturday We hope it is not serious Edtill Fiigate was in this part of the country Monday trying toegot boys to join the State Guards at Hazel Green HtJ got a few among them being Roy MoNabb Willie Cutron Herbert Legg and Raleigh Stamper June G HAPPY DAY Lame shoulder is almost invar iably caused by rheumatism of the a muscles and yields quickly to the tl free application ot Chamberlains Liniment This liniment is not 1 only prompt and effectual but in uo way disagreeable to use Sold n by all dealersuP I The Critical PaWic The man who gets angry about vhitt a newspaper prints of him r self should r turn thanks a dozen times each day for what ji news paper knows of him and dpefl not say Anv fool can find things to print in a newspaper but it takes a wise newspaper to find things to keep out All of which ia very true re marks an exchange It is gener ally supposed that newspapers print everything they can find out that is anywhere near fit to I print but that is a mistaken idea The average country newspaper refrains from publishing many things that might pass as news because it would reflect on tbe character or reputation of some individual and indirectly on his family and the town And this reminds us and we presume other newspapers have noticed it that if anything hap polls to get into the paper that r dues not please some subsoriberr and we have known of such cases a where the offended person haart not and never had been a suJtA scriberit does not take long for the person to let the editor know allaboutit On the other ndC a newspaper may say all kinds ofa good things about this same per HMD and threw boquet promjj c ously at others yet notouce iu as y hundred times will the compli ments be noticed or the editor This goes to show what people take too much as a mattecourse A newspaper is expected- to speak well of everybody boom the town and do a lot of hard work for the good of the canier for it costs nothing to run atiews11 paperso too many seem to thinks It is fortunate that most publish ers are public spirited citizens 1 They do much without hopeor reward on earth content if they see good accomplished thru their= efforts Good Fiat Story fidhlugof Triplett and somotimestatchW mi some good pike but be haaansvec been so fortunate or nnfortipat as to hook one as bigas tbigppeo told about by Messrs Morgan Clayton and Davis to the mdre = c head Citizen which tells It tbbscJ Ben 3forgan told us thafcjrGe Clayton told him thatJohu1Daviri somebodgefsetoldhim x Robertafordon N oitliFbpfT- riplett the other day wlh att iti87- team a large fish supposed1 belir 1 pike was flouhderingntbe oato f and knocked the Jeetof oneannte dfrom nnder it causipgit Qf faUA and become untangled m thebard ness and it was necessary to take L harness off to keep the mule 1frorii drowning NextlFtemingnitTimesDemocraty Adam Birchfield of St11iwti Wolfe county and EiarHg t4 of Hampton Breathitt1 county were lodgedin jail here Sandajft the former for a Piatolandthalat f ter for rannin his horse on pdbjla k highway Both were runningtheif z horses but Birchfield bids 1itdir on him when arrested aud wal t t tried only for the pistoL Bineht field wasfined 50 and dolt while Eldridge wait fined i and cost FrenchbprgAgiCBtor J WantedAt 4WLj Q ifIit 4 f Ilse deliM9d at Aisell tftr i Applyto LVAitr J 1 4r1 tM M- ii 1 i r G THE HERDEntered at the Hazel Green Post L oMcasoond olUr SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEK KY rHURSDAY June 9 1910 OBITUARIES TRIBUTES of RESPECT and Cards of Thanks must be paid for in advance to insure pub Ilication WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID B REDWINE Judge THOS C JOHKSOH Commonwealths Atty J C LINDON Olerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE CODHTY COURT B DUFF Judge iiWG SAMPLE County Attorney L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month I WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District I oIRobert Rose tnird Friday in March June September and Dececu berDilUict No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No 1emberDistrict No 3J M Reynolds second Fri day in February May August and No vember District No 4 David Spencer first Friday in Much May August and November District No 5 Preston Ilollon second Fri day in March June September and December Diatrict No 61 W Combs third Friday g a in February May August and November District No 7 Shfloh Swan o fourth Fri day in March June September and December District No 8John B Childers first Fri dy in February May August and November COUNTY OFFICIALS GKOEGE W SALLEY8berift-J T CENTEBAeor-J CB LrrTLEJaUerSuperintendentEJ mss SAMrLECoronerH- ON JOHN W LANGLEY of Floyd county was nominated by the Republicans of this 10th district for his third successive term in congress at the convention held in Mt Sterling last Friday The con vention adopted a platform en doming the national and state ad ministrations and the course of Senator Bradley and the Republican congressman PROF WILLOCGHBY who has been among as for a short time as one of the faculty of Hazel Green Academy has made many friends t and they are glad to know that he will henceforth be principal of the academy He IS a fine pulpit orator and this coupled with his so cial and mixing qualities has so endeared t him to the people as to make him phenomenally popular With the classes as well as the acquaintancequite limited but the little we I have seen of him leads us to opine that he will prove a great advan tage to the school He appears to be very earnest in education devoted to the doctrine he preaches and withal a gentleman who has magnetism Therefore we con gratulate the C W B M that r they have secured Mr Willongh J bya services and venture the as that he will aid the school 1inmany ways MANY of readers will bear WIt- ness to the fact that only a yea or so since THE HERALD insisted that some of our farmers should invest to a limited extent at least in introducing the Angora goat explaining through bulletins fur nished by the Agricultural Department at Washington their benefits In the first uplandderbrush expensetoto go over the ground cut down the growth upon it and then fol low by grabbing The goat peels off the bark to corn letely aa to r kill the bush roq and br hand in consequence grabbing ia 1 this eliminated When Billy ted bin coJtboer MiM ant O skroiigk wIi tHir wtsktti WWr r lt fe NjftoJ pA Y tr ill fit isiN J y is Held Another point iu their favor is they ward off disease fromI sheep and keep away the mongrell yellow our which has heretofor- proved so detrimental to sheep in dustry in the mountains As a product of table consumption the kid is as good as any mutton andt many epicures maintain that it iisI superior to lamb with peas as a vide dish Surely these are reasonsI why they might be raised with ad vantage and profit to our people But now we come to the mainI point in their favor and that is the fleece The Elizabethtown I News speaking upon this subject only a few weeks since says Dr S N Willis of Vine Grove who is one of the leading Angora goat raisers of Hardin Bounty has recently shipped hisI mohair clip for this season to New York On the best of it he re ceivednet after paying express charges 4 per pound On a number of his goats he got asII high as eleven pouuds From the doctors returns it seems that nothing is more profitable than raising Angora goatsII While some doubting Thomas es may question the veracity of the above we are confident that every word is truth Indeed government I statistics point out manI instances far more remarkable than the one here citedII Langley NoblatetIThe following dispatch is taken from the Lexington Herald of the 4th inst and explains itself Mr Langley was proffered by Presiden- Taft the District Attomeyship for Eastern Kentucky and many be lieved he would accept If he wins the coming race he will have the fight of his life as the Democrats are sure to redeem the district Mt Sterling June SThe Re publicans of the Tenth Congres sioual District met here today in convention and renominated Con t gressman John W Langley of Floyd county for another term at f Washington Chairman Winn call ed the meeting to order There 1 were no contests and the convention i was harmonious and unani mous While waiting for the committee 1 to report stirring speeches were made by Senator W 0 Bradley and Congressman McKinley of California The nominating speech was mado by Hon W J Seitz of Morgan county and Mr f Langley was nominated by accla mation and accepted in a brief speech Allen Cisco of Morgan i was temporary chairmanand Judge James P Adams of Breathitt was ij permanent chairman The secretaries j were Theodore Blakely otfLee county and Robert Blackburn r of Powell The platform adopted endorsed the national and state administration and the course of 1 Senator Bradley and the Republican Congressman CONGRESSIONAL TICKETS State Ckairaai Prewitt Gives Ai rice te Party LMiiri Chairmrn Henry R Prewitt ofI the Democratic State Central and IofI cently said The outlook for Democratic success in the Congressional elec tions next fall and in the election for state officers a year later is very encouraging There is howf ever one thing that I would like to say to the Democrats of Ken tuoky at this time and that is let ni get successfully through these congressional races before we etgin to talk about state offices There will be ample time for an nouncements for state offices when we are through with the election next November iia Congressmenthis think it would be good policy fort the Democrats of the state to bend all their energies this year to these elections We will have a whole year to nominate candi dates for State offices and make tlSurelyI think the Democrats had better let the state offices alone now and = electingCongressmen Bill For Text Books Frankfort Ky Jane 6In a letter to members of County Boards ofPublicgeita that tha boards meet June 18 theCounty ukforall 6i k schools iii tbs county and totliD Q d 111t91s It s4t r 1 Jf to t 8tlabl WMtt 18hThe following taken from the iaddress delivered by Henry Clews theeJ State University at Lexington is certainly worth remembering Next to the uuwisdom of se 1lecting and following bad or in competent advisers in matters of certalOIpersons whom if you wish to do well aud make a fortune honestly you should be careful to avoid You will not always know them by their appearance iu fact that byIfor they are generally well disguised It is in their manner and conversation that you will find Ithem out and that this le t easiest I have made a collection of their characteristics as follows Avoid a man who villifies hi benefactorWho accuses others of deedsWho ver has a good word for anybodyWho when he drinks habitually drinks alone Who boasts of the superiority familyWho religion down town iin connection with his daily business affairs Who talks recklessly against the virtue of respectable women Who runs in debt with no apparent hiyintention of paying 1 Who will not work for hone anI livingWho down upon those who doWho is always prating about hi own virtues Who imputes bad motives to goodtWho betrays confidence Who lies Who is honest only for policys sakeWho deceives his wife and boasts of it to others Who chews tobacco in a public conveyance Who gets intoxicated in public placesWho partakes of hospitality and talks behind his entertainers back Who borrows money from friend and blackguards the lender With a population of 91 mil lions which this country now has it is easy to find associates in lif without selecting men possesse a J of any of these characteristics an i life is the better worth living without them For Gods Sake Do Something We have answered this crv iin our new book Fighting the Traf fic in Young Girls by Earnest A Bell U S District Attorney Sim and others The most sensational indictment of the White Slav Trade ever published It tells how thousands of young girls are lured from their homes annually and sold into a life of shamo saysOfWar on the White Slave Trade iis the most helpful it should bread e by every man woman aud child Agents are making from 8 to 17 a day selling this book Over 500 pages Many pictures agentOutfit ing charges Book seut to ea address post paid upon receipt o SharkeySecretaryb ri Chicago School Contracts The school year does noV begi until July 1st and contracts with teachers cannot be made until that time Formerly the trustee or trustees of each district employed the teacher for the district but now contracts are made by the full board The teacher must make application iiu writing to the sec retary of the Educational Division in which the school is located It very important to have the rec ommendation of the trustee ot the bythesentative of the district and his recommendation as expressing the wish of the people of the district- WantedImmediately 10 teams haul railroad ties Call on JOHN D BJOSE Lexie Ky HAZEL GREEN HOTEL HAZEL GREEN KY J TAYLOR DAY Proprietor All I EWIN0 MUUHT Table beat the market afford pleasantBeat LIVERY STABLE is eosBeetkw to accommodate the pabUcCarnalvehicle TAP ATZ f6W414fx1 t P ro T IM Vt I tc TTn I IThis finely bred combined hotness oat saddle stallion will make the season of 1910 at my bain in Daysboro at the low price of 85 T0 INSURE LIVING COLT Money dye when the mare proves in foal or bred ti another horse or jack or traded retainIeto sec re servicemmteyy SELIM La dark chestnut sorrel 16 hands 3 inches nigh with white stockings on bin wnBby Washington a die stallin ot Fayette county and out of a mare by G den Chief combined horse DEMPSEY This fine young jack will make the sea non at the same barn at I 5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT ofon same conditions as those of the horse DKMPSBY is a red sorrell 14 hands 3 in ches high 4 years old August coming He by8amjackAlldents but I will not be responsible should anyoccur W C SEBASTIAN sA BARGAIN IN BUSINESS DESIRING to change location twos of Kiish Johnson Kash are determined to withdraw even though they sacrifice the stuck It is the opportunity for people who need goods UK everything will be Hold at less profit ttiHn any other merchant in Kaat ern Kentucky can fford HIT NOW WHILE THE IRON IS HOT Preferably however we will sell the entire stock invoiced house and fixtures at H great sacrifice This is the opportunity ofIt lifetime for any one who wishes to engage iu the mercantile trade an our health will not permit us to continue Being on the corner rf Main and Broadway it in the must desirable location in Hazel Green for YOU CATCH TUADE DIVINE spotaa celebrated hostelry in its day famous all KentuckyWe youlleyoursaHT C F KASH 46tf v r 0 Health BetterG Than Wealth and there Is no way so sure to secure atItRANCH onehalf mile from Hazel Green Ky and drink the mineral water of Swan 5 go Springs There nre L4 rooms v some bungalo style and rates are 7 per week or 515011er day for less time Table fare is the best that the v1market affords For further infor writee5 JOHN H PIERATT SON yHAZEL GREEN KY FARM FOR SALE Farm of 200 acres more or less creekffenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared everlasting ing house halls and porches also thirtyybargain Possession given Janu particuJarsR No1 Rardin Ill g ale BDDDrtunitg consistinglogarden and outbuildigs One of the GreenAlso anythingofrushed with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also machineryWillseparatelyFor addressROSEMarch 1QR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profeational services to the cHI zees of Hazel Green countf1HuelfSEWELL 0 HOS- ENotary Public 8TILLWATEB KY I Ojkn bit profeMioul serric i to dticeM ot trifill wutytand JJ4ke tbs pstroas tI uteAMr9fr JI i r I IMAPEL TROY 1t II- II I MILLIlTERS 3 il I II t tIt I Our Spring and Summer line of Goods nnd Millinery is now in stock We have a beautiful line of Hats ffsomething that is sure to please you These have i been selected withiiII great taro 1 Our line of Novelties is of the best Have some pretty selections in Dress Uoods Wusii Goods Silks i ietc etc I We also have a pretty line of ReadyMade Waists pricessCall and see us We will take pleasure in showing you throu- ghSPRING MILLINERY OPENING MARCH 23 to 26 IIAZELGREENACADEMY Mountain School of Christian Womans Board of Missions A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 Good Board per week 2 00 Furnished Room Light aud Fuel Free to you For further particulars address M O CARTER l rD J DICKEY tRI Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe II No 224 W Short Street- LexingtonI1II Kentucky Gr w Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING STEP INTO CECIL BROSan- d 9 look through our new line of SPRINGand SUMMER GOODSiWe have the newest thin out in t LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS We have a full line of Prints we I Anything you are in need of it will stiUsellat it sill pay you to 6 Cents per yard I I GET OUR PRICES 1 lY WE ALSO HAVE WALL PAPAL A I J ii- iJ J I 5 Rr 7fkesSlnqwish hair jtfeg we are sure Ayers a fVigor new improved for N j will greatly please you jeeps the hair soft and makes it look rich and jint prevents splitting at tads And it keeps the flip free from dandruff fro tJianfe the color of the hair jonauU wtthjMch belt i Show It to your doctor Ii itatime time the new Ayers Hair 1 h a strOng hair tonic promoting swith of the hair keeping an the j ftf the hair and scalp In t healthy tom The hair stops falling dan yjappears A splendid dressing e ythS1 CAyrCoLowna ML 3 HE HERALD+ you Trimble was appointedI HBifitrator of the Trimble es jijtitt the June term of the corm 1letrt tH Rose and Leon McIntyre ifAde were in town Monday do shopping and attendin deer business yiN Sadie Cartmei of West fjttrir is visiting her sister Mis jfa Foreman whose guest sheI fjjjV for a pair of weeks I o I RIee Henry Gevedon who wa I jartifC for J T Day during com itMeneot week has resigned his iien and is now at home sick I li6M Center ot West Hazel IIJI was kicked on the right IMI jMierday by his mare and pirfully injured though Dr Wil fMNHjB no bones were broken J iMae Williams has the JBiof the editor and his bet rene ghths for a plate of lie isd assorted cake which i enjoyed for its delightful L Wilkie Stockdale of Mt E who visited Miss Bettie liaU daring commencement week lHt for home Sunday stopping at l luievnen route to visit other RtrtSt t uviG Center was in town liifcjand told Our Man About IIH that Km Clark the yen father of F P Clark had tt bad spell of flux but was afeot convalescenty Kiah Ellis Johnson Doc- iJred Day W O Mize John iPai tt Roe Nickell W T ijfJobn M Rose and J T I crate among the visitors to 11H from our place Monday IfkNtnnie Kasb of Mt Ster bitM be n in our town several Tinting relatives and friends s frying to rent her cottage M IDeari tenant on very reasonable r xy the oil drillers pulled up stakes thaLoge Little farm Monday i Iolhdto the Frank Johnson on LMJ creek where EnOJrp1lucdown Nil1 provedbole ai Meade one of the faculty jjftA during the term re 1 tpositionm s some point in Illinoisr PM accepted a position wkoolll- R JBtaoiper who lives thie poirn yesterday sold toii Sfjfrk of Borders 80 head p which be got 45038 40 about 25 were heavy ilkai others gilts in only condition The price perE was B60II le of this town wereII Friday morning las I Mtaadwere married at May z SP Pieratt was visitin r J Cecil during comer trdWr Childers tookj f rmtaD If call- t I a 1M1a0 e t4tJI g tilr- W MImed l It 1 r z Serious Cattier ray Tuesdayevening AboTowna son of Jack Elkinsveryseriouslydihcultyoccurred Camptoninflictingwound cut an SlI gapped open two inches wide He also cut him on the muscle of the arm and drove his knife blade in deptofto his h IndeedDrcuts the thknifepenetratedI to the hollow Both men were ar rested but Hollou subsequently gave bond while EJkina still lau guishes in jail Catron Hollon a relative of the embryo butcher an ElkinB started the melee about woman whose name we failed to learn WorkMaiikipPeople of fice have probably noticed that weI have a new sign in front of th I building and we are proud to stateI that it is the artistic workof our WingChester who is the son of our of friend and comrade In the armyI R R Perry editor and owner of the SunSentinel of Winchester Mr Perry Jr is a natural born sign painter and while we know his t awnsback we cant conceive whence b a inherited the talent Probably i is not an inheritance from parent I age but a direct gift of God and I therein lies the perfection which comes from providence Anyone who has seen his signs and espe oially those who have witnessed I his proficiency in the use of the brush will readily recognize the I fact that in sign painting he is the personification perfection When j ihimi Cone IB and Settle Up As Mr C F Kash of the firm of Kash Johnson Kaeh will withdraw from the firm at an early date it is absolutely imperative that all accounts must be settled at once This is to notify all are indebted to said firm to come in and settle by note or account as they must be settled withCJ in the next 30 days Meantime goods wili be sold cheaper than ever to let Mr Kash out and if ou want bargains NOW is YOUR CHANCE Respectfully RASH JOHNSON KASH Oranges and BUDaitThe friends of Bob Cecil and- Doc Kash are telling that they teamed Florida orange and banana growers a new trick Within two weeks after they bought lots at w Keystone Park in Florida they received the finest lot of oranges ladyfinger bananas ever seen in our town Doc Kash explains that he took advantage of the young pine on his place by grafting in orange buds thus saving three years time and lots of labor Bob has not explained the quick growth of the bananas but will be heard from j CASTORI r Iifiutti oat Gkilirw nKWYI KIIiAInJIt Bean the- Signature of C The Uncle Pres Trimble estate was sold Monday at commission rs sale There is about 50 acres in the boundary Including an old dwelling and was bid in by Ros coe Shackelford for a syndicate J embracing himself Judge Wheel er John Fetterly and J M Nick ell tor 1600 While this is ap parently low price the land is largely hillside much worn and ancienttUSE A S F ffASEtt I to be shaken Into The Ihave aehla feet aaAgI kviogriia S tosea1I It If fa Sui VilcM Oh Poet of the pen and brush Who goes to Murphy Fork To let your gentle soul gush forth And also do snore work I bear you sing in differing key As poeta sometimes will About that famous little cot The cabin on the bill Sometimes YOU see it glow with life And then your song it glad i quiteAndBut Poet why sing sadly when You sure can if you will hThat one who will take with yo cabin on I hillyW LAJIPTON j P S Possibly Mr Editor ii- I if the Poet is too bashful to answer9i this very easy question you mayr Howlrever if you think it will scare hi away from any project he may have in perdwithIthe proper equipment for house keeping dont say a word A Yonig Repifelicai Our friend Bill Foreman sends us word from Gillmore that on thee wife of Charley Lefevre a bound ing baby boy whom they name John William Leievie and BillI nedr arrival called for was the Yellow Jacket that crazy Republican l newspaper published at Moravian Falls N C which indicates that papa Lefevre is himself an adher oraantd precious one to 10 soon enter into politics A Waiieriif Typo Cal Joe Dotes alias G S Mc Afee ye oldtime printer who haila from the Blue Grass Nich olaavillo is one of the Sun force this week He has an eye for the beautiful which is characteristic of all Kentnckians he is a good judge of pretty women and horses and also a good judge of mean liquor Pineville Sun A few of our citizens will remember the gentleman above named as an attache of THE HER ALD officb a few years since Spence McAfee is a globe trotter generally speaking but he goes all the gaits and in fact rates of speed Ike Adams a tenant on the farm Charley McGuire near May town while hauling rail timber had his leg broken below the knee One rail cut hit a pole knocking him down and pinning his leg underneath He hallooed for help but no one being near he managed turn until he could get the end of the pole and lift it from hisg shin bone the broken part of which bad out thru the flesh Dr G M a Center who waited upon him says under all circumstances it was ay onderful exhibition of nervoI Prof Carter and wife left Tuesday for Indianapolis where they will visit headquarters of the C W B M visit among other ac quaintances and then go to Ohio where they have a large acquaint ance They will consult a special ist on the eye at Cleveland and then co to Wisconsin where his j people live to spend his vacation Our old friend and comrade in arms Elsberry Little of Gillmore creek has recently suffered from trouble combined with rheumatism and on Monday was in an almost comatose condition Tuesday morning he was somewhat better as reported by Dr G M Center of Toliver who is attend ting him b- Are you interested in our Bug gestion to destroy all nests of the English sparrow If not get to work and you will be benefiting your neighbors aa well as yourself Kill all the little pests yon possibly can I Misses Bertha Houston and Pearl Hash returned yesterday from a trip to Hazel Green It was the losing week of school at that placet and the exercises are said to have been fine Frenchbnrg Agitator a orn qty ruT a O TOJ 4 lhc1 w KENTUCKY KERNELS Garefilly GelUtei ail Ceiciicly Chniiclei 0Kentuckys magnificent nerr capitol at Frankfort was dedicated last Thursday with appropriate ceremonies Talmage the 14 year nld son of Jonas Reynolds a Bath county farmer had his hand cut off by being caught between two tngethrIdisks of a corn drill be was putting I I J B Haggin proprietor of Elmendorfr arrangeoi to fifty tenement houses onI the place to be used by employes andI their families Dashing into her burning house to 9lave the life of her daughters baby Mrs Dora Rudd who resides in Me Cracken county was fatally burned 1but the baby was uninjured A severe wind and hail storm recentl passed over the southeastern part of Barren county upturning trees razingfenc- and I laying waste tobacco fields and gar dens The damage is said to be great Three men who gave their names aa Frank Burns George Preston and Harry Barren all of Cincinnati were given 10 minutes to leave Frankfort Saturday where they had been arrested alleged to be trying to rob a farmer brokendnearIHolly Grayson county was born May 18 and weighed 1 12 pounds when three days oid It is said to be well developed and doing well While in a fit of despondency Laura Hayes aged about 27 years committed suicide in Maysville by shooting herself in the heart with a 32calibre single shot shedWhile at work on the farm of Baxter brothers in Monroe county workmen unearthed 3000 in silver The money Iis of Mexican stamp and shows igns of having been buried many years It is believed to have been placed there dur ing the war- Hargis King of Carlisle was found dead in his buggy near Headquarters in Nicholas county with two bullet holes in his bead Luther Ham who was the last person seen with King was arrested and there is much circumstantial evi dence against him The Pendletonian published at Fal mouth says Locusts have made their appearance in different rmrtaof Prndleton county in immense swarms They are said to have marked plainly upon their wing the letter W which the old legend oats clearly indicates war Declaring that Margaretta Bush of Perry county a young white girl had been a victim rather than a sinner and for the sale of her baby born in the pen Governor Willson granted her a pardon from the penitentiary where she had been sent on a charge of housebreaking Need a Feviig Machine 7 We have opened a store near the Commercial Bank and are prepared to supply the public with Sin er sewing machines on the most liberal terms We will always have full assortment of attachments Why buy a sorry machine when ou can get the best at the We cordially invite sameiiIdoing visit us business and inspect Respectfully our C F LYKINS BURNS ELAM West Liberty Ky J Stevie Jamea left Tuesday for Bushton Ill where he will visit C among the James family which are scattered around in several adjacent 6 communities like Fair ft Grange Arcola and other points ft in Coles county and all of his friends here which mean legion hope be will have a good time Ift during his vacation ft Mrs Lnla Kash set a dinner iFriday for some twelve or fifteen of her special friends but did not forget some absent ones including editor and his better seven eighths to whom she sent a dish of pure ice cream and a plate of 41 delicious cake of several varieties She also sent a select lot of flowers Oar Ageits Make x50 a Week Selling new process water color portrait and gold frame Costa 90cts complete with glass sells for t198 Samples and instructions free Young man in Ohio made t22 in one day We are the largest picture and fume house in the world One general agent wanted in each county Give us refereoce and we will ex tend rOil thirty days credit with steady boBorable employment it a big income Our business established 25 sears Were not ia the picture and fume tract I We IfPtlYMCOff work fee M Me taub you ketr to tasks ra UM eeea 1riat1w l fblbW1rylarfDlflaiyeL tMl I r 4 I IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beeuse for over SO years has borne the signature of perrsonal supervision since infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It Narcotleysubstance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures DiarrLosa and Wind esColic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Beaus the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years THK fMTAUII OOKMHT TT mmUV natr ate eaa CrtT 1 1a 4 m wIIIIlk lice FiiitureS and stows tiiA t ii Anything from a Chair to aWtitComplete Suite Uj We have the nicest line of DRESS W Silkstniin tatIII m WfiO ZtfJ IISTEP INTO MISS FALAY LONGS Millinery Parlors and examine her NEW SPRING LINE toOFoLadies Hats Ladies Furnishings Notions etc etc KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hazd Green and vicinity that they bate justreceived magnificent line of LADIES SHQES GEITS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc tad that their general line embraces flue DreGood Dry GeodfotJoi SELECT FAMILY 0BOOZBIE8 itst- o wklek tyiatettptetjqtt j a rII 1I T q- c r C T AMERiftS GREATEST WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADEf4 TOLEDO OHIO The Rest Known Newspa per in the United States is lbcIECULITION 200000 1Popular in Every State The Mvujtyfonrth year of its existence Iinlh the Toledo Blade more popular than many period of its remarkable caner It U now read each week hT more than niilliou peqple Its field is not circu- S scribed br State boundaries but involr- t 1 the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claim ing 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 publlsherll has always been to make it fit fur the Amer icah home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfillI this purpose it is kept clean and wholesome The news of the world is handled in a con prehensive manner and the various depart ments of The Blade are edited with pains taking care The Household page is a de light to the women and children current Jlrljuldiceidea of pleasing the greatinp number of fic i tion lovers the Question Bureau is a scrap i book of information the Farmstead columns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium tor the ex change of ideas and Information on farm topics No department is neglected b every feature is taken care of with the td rof making The Blade worth ninny times iii price ot subscriptionone dollar a year Sample copies mailed free Address THE BLADE Toledo Ohio IElectricISucceed when everything cuss fails I In nervous prostration and female supremeAFOR KIDNEY LiVERAN- DSTOMACrROUBLE k i the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter UsS WiIlOnBst8f Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WiTUEBSPOOSPres 1 W IL SPEAR Gabbier Paid Up Capital t 1OOOOOOO Undivided eructs 17OOOOOO Handsome Deposit of over i i I 950000000 r This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom- ersi eyerjfacilltyand the Uloltliberal terms within the limits of Ilegitimate bankinlC10ct21yI al r r VISE BU- YWOOL I i H DESANOFU- r BckfDcalsn wecuta yijH yn tfriH fcfaisci an but ia raaaalaFtateaeai JLSAML3WO Z t24LL GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when BO requested Public patronage iis respectfully solicited Sftf GEO RICE I Wi PuRl Sale Bills AH PINT TKM KMT and we can handle all UDCIttov large or small the Job may be Cfjlaltbls office aid look over am sample ot totter heads envelopes business cards and wed 11eue4wf Wwt lilt Inn ll hliix ILLTHCCOUCH IA- a CURE TI LUNGS WITH 1iM allld a f soi I 1NOTIEIIE1SON For Graitiig School Suffrage to KeitHcry Women Children are not the exclusive creatures or possessions of men Even m Kentucky they are not since the action of the last legisla ture in passing coguardianship bill Of all the ridiculous political disabilities yet put upon women by men the most ridiculous is to sayo thorn iii the one hand gloriousptiyieaI suit on the other But tlt the age of six years these children must be taken from you and put into the public schools of the state There you may not follow them It is no business of yours how these schools are manageder what conditions likely to affectth health or the moras as well as th education of the children are there existent This is a matter for fathers not mothers As a matter of fact it is partic ularly the prerogative and the du ty of mothers to follow and vote closely the education of their chil dren In many families it it a lefrr t earus the bread The laws which deny women a share in the man agement of the public echoole wer made at a time when condition- were e very different from the present In those days most children wore taught at their mothers knee Those mothers who could afford it supplied private governesses for their children the others gave their children such education as they themselves had This condition no longer exists Children ate now being educated not at home by their mothers bu s J in public schools and it is a much the privilege and the dot of the mother to carefully watth and oversee that education in the public school as ever it was to guide it in the pioneer homes- A Sex Duty Nor is it alone the duty of the woman who has children in the public schools to interest them selves in the conduct of these schools There is a sex duty upon allwomen the education of children is peculiarly a part of wo mans work There is upon all responsibilityn is set a step forward in the slow struggle toward civilization The mother who can afford to keep her own children in a private school1 should be willing to give at leastI s portion of her time to insure the fact that the school to which th working woman the woman with out leisure for public service mustt send her children is in essential11I points at Jpast comparable to that to which her own children go Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad After Effects Our Terms areII Reasonable Every Patient is Our Guest I Our I Treatmentis No Barred Doors or Windows j Even more is it the duty of the unmarried woman or the childless married woman to discharge by service rendered the public schools of her community a part of the race obligation which other wome are discharging to a large extent by the nurture and roaring of their own children la or Out of Politics Which It Imp been said that the effort to obtain school suflrngo for Ken tuckywomen was an effort to put womAn into politics Onthfl con trary it was an effort to take the schools out of politics It was opposed by representatives the cities who desired to leave thn schools a political asset It is un fortunate that politics should have come to have tbe meaning it has The word is now associated with corrupt elections violence politices cone taminating to women It is high time that school elections at least should he rescued from such asso ciation and there is no better iufusicuhI conad means really the carrying on of that public business on which pri 1vote life depends iicivilized soci ety Politics says Bernard Shaw ome1 I the babies Women have long since gotten into politics in Ken- tuckyI in the sensethat they have labored for the passage and enforcement of legislation in the interest of the public health for the protection of childhood for the betterment ofschoolsfot the prerervntiou in short of homo and the babies chitsd noht B into schrol affair not to oppose the working of a i atonal law that binds fathers and mothers to u chitlrenTheed WH Fullwill explain the low husjdroppedM McD BuKCKiNwrW May 1910 or It cured me crItsa d the life of my childr are the ejxpres scone you hear query day about Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy This is tru the world over whore this valuable remedy has been introduced No I diatncIi e J j such general approval Thesecre eiof the success of Chamherlains Colic Cholera suit Diurrhuia Rem altdealersI 1 ISubscribe for the HERALD Jl I Why Towns Get Sick and Die Here is an editorial that has been published in many of our ex reproI wherenit originated It says More towns die of want of confidence on the part of business me c- lackand of public spirit than another cause When a man in search of a home or a business location goes into a town and finds every thing brimful of hope and enthu siasm of the prospects of the place suit all earnestly at work to build it up he soon becomes imbued the same spirit and as a result h drives down stakes suit guns t0 work with the sumo interest When however he goes to a town where every one expresses doubt and ap prehension tor the future prosper its of the place m ping about in owpluiuteheplace for him and he at acct shakes the dust from his feet whit e he pulls out with all possible speed for some other place Con sequently try to make a live en terprising town in which you live When you are working for you town you are accomplishing ali the more for yourselfI If you are not satisfied after us twoethirds of a bottle of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets you can have your money back The tablets cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve the digestion regulate the bowels Give them a trial and get well Sold by all1 dealers t Be Honest and Save Money I When I was a boy my mother taught me to be honest and save money She made me work which was another good thing When I Wilt earning T0 cents u day I saved half ot it No Ulan can succeed in life if he spends all he makes Frugality is a necessity in every mans life Then I prepared my self for my work Prepare is a word I like Mr Carnegie when he was a common blacksmith prei pared himself he worked hard h did his best I have no friend- that I think more of than Mr Carnegie So it was with Mr Hill1 When he was u mud clerk on theI levee in St Paul working for 50 cents a day he prepared himself for his work Then too he savedI his money His old clothes didntI geutlemace outeluxury in those day was books I Decor met a man who possessed a algreaterI fund of knowledge than ftshouldBlike to tell every young man start ing out in lifo the necessity of preparing himself for his work Then he must bn honest and save his money Lord Strathconat LV J ri Women Suffer Carduifor t i IDzz1 than relieve if used persistentlymany havewrit I ten to say that it cured them I 1- y fi eTAKE I S 3 37 It Will Help You Mrs Maxwell Johnson Tampa Fla writes Cardui cured ML t me after doctors and everything else had failed I had been sufferfB t elug with numb spells ever since I was 16 years old One day 81thati ialong and fair trialyj i wishtotButf trialiI q t I ITHEI H KRISH COMPANY Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky 1WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notion Always ii slock a well selected line Orders filled proipfy aid wit tin I ltTHE HAZEL GREEN BANE Capital Stock Paid In in Cash s15ON 01 12Individnal ia5p f Total j 31t2I IttEForkBM rr GreenIrai Susan A Campbell Hazel Greed J1 IIt Klkiiis laruitr Lvxie pi S Campbell Hazel Green I I MI tj I I Da1l1bOrOjUI I 1 1 GretaJ iiAGreentVsy1 1I PUFSIIIEXTU IlITTENHOUciE VJCE PRESIDENT I H PATTON UASHIEII I hiIJ J i t AD r =JOHN WHITE A00 sivLos t1r s We Give a Positive Guaranteed Cure for Liquorit Morphine Cocaine Chloral and AllYY r yt a Trained Nurses as Fine Service fh fk k- fh Excellent Table Well FurnishedYt andrr Well Ventilated t TRoomsc- s i We desire to call your attention to our Sanitarium treatmentOurSanitarium is the finest in the State and ladies need notfor the cure of Whiskey Morphine Opium Cocaine and all drug habits We send out no name Cures None of them are a I I hesitate about coming to us as they are attended by a lady nurse success Every one must come to our Sanitarium where we areI NilU PAYandI I I they attention will be shown nothing but the moat constant andauri specially to handle thisprepared class of diseases and where weWerefer you to the Farmers Nations Bank and bualguarantee a perfect cure in every case within ten days to twonets any weeks for the liquor habit and for the drug habit two to three weeks caaplacerofe8Qionalman IIP Our treatment is paiD t filii and harmless We do not care how mulch you use or how lions gladly answer any ques tong or from what cause we can cure you to stay cured HERE OUR U If you are seeking a cure without suffering and that iis18 PARALLELED PSOPOBITr0N We will take of one guaranteed to your entireany rare Drug or Liquor satisfaction beforeaddiction cure thrm bear alJUfnff8 while the patient iis here such as treatment lord paying one cent we will Hlprtciate letter from you and we will cheer room and attendant and not exact one cent ccrtr nalion until the patient is cured sad fully give you any information If you have any reason to doubt that we can not do whit utiafacti08readyoar patients home a physical wreck with a socalled ionic to build them upIfy1 U have a friend needing treatment wouldWhen leave Sanitarium we appreciate a letter fromyou our you know you are cured for you are perfectly free from all craving Remember a tea i r ConfidentlaLwhateververy If do UH for cacoatsas nearlyI as possibleI every to e Yours very truly A 6eaatWl JtJHeflrt t sal Lttttra 117 111 HuRD 5ANITARIUMSHELByviLLE IIND H1IMeWMn4ji WIltIti iM ar t S1 t= 1 c ir ro S j t i IIi i S i 1 fIIt