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I i- 7t fe 3 h 1x rHE AZEL REEN ELJ Ni 4- i Established March 41886 Made Famous lathe Story of Jomataamaad HltContlmemtby Ux Oiteli 0 aaa Ealtur The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Ynr fe Aluw yFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 16 1910 NUMBER 50 aid Eastern Railway p Iisle Effect Jane 21 1908 ryyVEBNol BOUND No No5- y S pi1yez Daily and Suuday Sandal 5unday only 20pa1700am 610amI 2 615 pm 25 pm 7ttw aw- fJc 7 7 a3 20 pw am 7 30 am 41 pm 815 am e 7 45 ram 13 58 pm 826 am- J I 57 pn 828 am a 7 48 am g 15 am 4 26 pm 859 aw g 25 am 435 pm 962 am- fea 9 00 am 5 07 pm 1003 am 812 am 5 20 p 4 am955am 4 EAST SOUND n SSI No4 iSTATIONS = Daily and i e Sunday IAMLT 07 3b amo xiDgton1 20 IS 1311 II 8 2B pm IO 140 II 02 amI II 9 10 am CamPton Juntn 9 38 pm ilin Nat Bridge 57 9 43 a- mkgWTorrent 62 9 56 am BeaUYTeJc 70 10 17 am7 iJlI1i 10 OtKuncn 90 11 15 am ame1IR Jp1C7toNltaina CONNECTIONS Nos land- keogaectien with the C A OEyi iII Btetl rag 111 Noa 1 2JPCTloNTrain with the Mountain Central e Ridge and Campton yLa Jt CTJONTrain No2 111connection at BeaUyville June and Beattlvill- eCLJtr1ICTIONTrainl A Railway for passengers Noa Sand vlth the for local the Ot K Railway JTfclcDOWKLL General Manager iA jSCOTTOeiiPMS Agent i I 11lonluOig BallwagI Table May 21 IgOD I WEST BOUND iLI u No21cI t Sunay- f e 27 PJlAui g Cannel City 22 Ii 35 U Helech wa 20 12 19 13 Lee City 13 12 13 20 Hampton 11 11 51 I 23 Wilhurat 6 11 44 t7 04K Junction 0 1115 Jaekson 11 05 EAST BOUND II No22 DailydRI PMLVBi n Cannel City 0 100 1Helechawa 6 117 19 4Lee City 11 123 13 Hsmptou 13 1H lG Wilhnrst 20 151 1 OAK Junction 22 S 25 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nit 22 will make close unction with Nos 3 and 4 f Mlttt Lexington and Eastern Ra- NJ2 L CONLEY n CenlialRaiioai iII f No 2 ABRIV- ECampion i 11 30 a m i BT Campton 6 00pm No1L+ xi DEPABT t Campn JnnclO 05 am s CampnJuno440p Hpantain Central makes pte with all L cc E pas I RI- to I MID ORNAMENTAL REESI I T ythiii for 1 UWN aii GARDENr II STRAWBERRY PUNTS 5 I Cataislurs liENMEYER do SONS XINGTON KYt F HOUSEr fay talI Green Ky IV DAY fT9tti tOT 1ue lit Eutem Atri llNe = JtuaJaa1 1 1jk T t COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral yourIteaT0 coMEiwnnmiMaii interest to a of our reamornlDglloDdayda JmIII and write on one side of the paper only CRAISYjA wedding to report soon Jessie Oldfield was calling on Herbert Nickell Sunday evening Tilda Taulbee spent Saturday night with her cousin Miss Emma Nickell Herbert Nickell and family were calling on Lorum Stamper Satur day nightCElla Nickell and Ella Stamper wore calling on Mrs Jane Nickoll Sunday eyening Henry Nickell wife and little lion Everett was calling on Mrs Ellen Davidson Sunday spentSaturdayhis mother Mrs Jane Nickell Rash Davidson made his usual trip and took Roscoe Wilson with him Whats the attraction Ros coeHarlan Oldfield and sister Miss Etheland Younger Davidson were SaturdayBoys 1 Misses Emma and Dona Nickell Matilda Taulbee Doy Nickell Sam Davidson and Floras Brewer Bladett a trip to Hiram Blankenships JQuiteJ J W Taulbee Sunday among them being W V Oldfield and 4 wife Caroline Dona Emma and Bessie Nickell June 18 HONEYSUCKLE A Yovaai Great Idea is how to make herself attractive But without health it is hard for her to be lovoly in face form or 4 temper A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation and kidney poisons show u pimples blotches skinT f eruptions and a wretched comI plexion But Electric Bitters al ways prove a godsend to women I who want health beauty andI friends They regulate stomach i liver and kidneys purifY the blood 1 give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion good health Try them 50c at all dealers IHAPPY FORK W W Phipps is improving Ben Perkins was in this section SundayAunt Cinda Perkins is ill at this writingThe writer spent Sunday wit Natty Phipps parlit Itliss Katie Osborne church at Salem Sunday Kate Powell has been sick for the past week but is better Rennie Osborne and wife visited the formers grandmother Sunday Janie and Pearl Osborne called on Rose Phipps Saturday evening Mrs J C Perkins visited her daughter Allie Fletcher Wednes ty Drsmchased a calf from J J Perkins for 18 Renna Osborn and Mary Phipps West to Cannel City shopping last Tuesday Hayden Burgess of Bleckwate- visited his father A H Burgess recentlyJohn CaudilV passed through here Thursday en route to MidI dlesboro Jahile Wilson and eon of Ma town were in this section buying eggs and chickens Netty Phipps a student of Hjr G A is at her home near Salem to spend v Ben Perkins and Amos Wells of Cane attended church at Salem Saturday night B P Blankenship will leave some ime next week for Ja kon to attend to some buineM Roberi PfcipP of AWI lrYelR YiIkioI al iltlta Ir t= L L Elvin Wilson wife and little son Lawrence visited M F Nick elland wife from Saturday untili MondayElsie Saturdaytocher who has been sick for th past weekVi0Thereday A large crowd was present and good sermons were deliveredtlI by Bros Gullet and ByrdaSeldon Collinswortb of Days bSatnrdayb tlmoneyI not exceed a Nickell Quite a crowd of young girls of were entertained at the home of RosA Phipps Sunday Among the we noticed Sessie Ratliffe Sadie Wells Ranse Blaukeuship Netty G and Daisy PhippsfiJune 18 LULU It cured me or Its saved the life of my child are the expressions you hear every day Chamberlains Colic Cholera an n Diarrhoea Remedy This is tru the world over where this valuabl- remedy w has been introduced No medicine h use for diarrh bowel complaints has a general approval The secrett of the success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it cures Sold by all dealers LEXIE Aunt Juda Wills is very sick at ttia writing Several from this place attended a church at Rose chapel Sunday J F Walters ot Grassy spent Saturday night with H L ChildersI Frank Johnson and J B Chil den took dinner with D B Lacy and wife SundayOJMrs Lindie Hall is very sick atC this writing Dr Taylor Center is attending her R A Childers of Stillwater I spent Sunday with his parents Hr III L Childers and wife at this place J H Trimble aud wife were vis iting the tatters sister Mrs M SI Campbell at Hazel Green last SundayForest I Cecil wife and daughtert Mary of near Hazel Green were guests of Porter Lacy and family 1 Sunday I Sahm pIe and Sam Kaih and family of 4 Hazel Green were visiting rela tires on this creek Sunday MidLena daughter w ton Townsend who moved from hereabout two years ego to Monttgomery county died about a weekI a oINanny Nora slid Salla Bellel Center Clemma Lacy James P Lacy Charley Whaley and Ed Niokell all of Hazel Green were guests of W S Trimble and wife Sunday Mallie Byrd Gracie Williams Mattr1Bi Perkins aud daughters Rosa and Lula attended church at Rose chapel Sunday and took dinner with S S Rose and wife Stamprbranch was visiting inlaw Sunday While on her way home she bad the misfortune Of letting a projecting limb from a tree strike her throwing her o the horse A wrist was thrown brokeyn Dr A C Nickell was palled at once to see her Shell suffering intensely June 13 BERTIE If you are not satisfied after u ing according to directions two thirds of a bottle of liaiaberlai nan Stomach and Liver Tablets y can have your money bank TII Ublatioleanieaod invigorate the atolisscb UI oe UO dteaW Jpfl j tlh i7 MAYTOWN Plonty of rain and mud Gfcarrot Cox of Greasv creek at was in town Sunday evening Miss Lila Murphy is visiting relatives and friends at Campton ofIttilsnightS Miss Grace Childers of Jeffer sonville is visiting friends and relatives at this placeSMisses Grace ChiMera and Ber nie Spradling were guistB ofMiaa Ruth Wills Sunday night E Sire James Ingram and daugh ter Ruth were guests of Dr S G Spradling and family Sunday Frenchbnrgevisiting his mother Aunt Nan 7 Spradhnsr Saturday night Troy Wilson of Valeria was lUC own Sunday There must be some as Troy was all smiles Alex Maxey left Saturday morn for Rock Island Ill where he position as gun inspect r for state guards Died June 10 the infant child Charlie McGuire and wif The en remains were laid to rest m the flingm to Mesdames James Ingrain i md S Spradling attended the f naval Mrs Wm Catron at th Old- seld graveyard Sunday evening June 18 BLACK E ITES A OreaifsU aloud rustydor anyother tioatmeuteto prevent blood poison or gangrene fordas boils sores skin eruptions span T piles35tMURPHY FORK Mrs Nannie Halsey lies sick with malaria fever at this writing i Charley Cecil of near Ezel has case of typhoid fever at this C writing Ben Murphy sold to John bur phy a yoke of work cattle at a private price Aunt Nannie Hurt is on a two visit to Lee City and Mill to see her four sonar We are glad to note that AuntSMartha Murphy has health But the doctor has the blues for the cabin is still empty Prof Fugate please a successful singing school Sunday at the Ben Murphy school this boiug the second series at this place He starts teaching at the old Grassy church next Saturday evening Among the noted visitors who placeSunday j j Ed Cecil end daughter Miss Eth el j Arlie Cecil ana wife and Flave Cecil who succeeded in capturing one of our star belle eeJahile Phillips of Public Square 1 had the misfortune of toeing his halo and some hay also a crib containing Jibont 800 bushels of corn by fire Thursday morning J about 2 oclook Cause unknown Mprt a son of Jahile lost about 50 bnahelofcorn I I Rev Harlan Murphy preachedI to a large congregation Sunday at the Ben Murphy sool house Ho stands in the foremost rank as a pulpit orator and those who have j i heard him once will go again In deed there are but few in the cities that can master any better lao J Wage then this eminent divine Rey Bob Murphy of Stillwater j also made a short addresser Lamptont s po etry in last weeks HKBAtifi have j to say The owner of the cabin ffNeeds act a poet there splaakespaintFor He wants a good cote raiser And one that cant be beat raisedIsJune 18 POET sKetOat Kb It KQM For the past year we have kept DrKinKIUl our family writes Pant Matkal of haloN Y Eatyf bmt Mr fMMij far all ttoIiIa6 Ktr llllikf i IoIol QiLi I t iAtarJ 4 i ra L POMCROYTON A large crowd attended church this placu Sunday visitingMising Mrs Alice Hill was calling on motherinlaw Lizzie Smith unday W M Lawson of Valeria was W Eo Little and wife laic- unday night Mrs Nellie Kirkof Combs Ark was visitingher brother P Little and family last week of People are busy putting out their tobacco If people increase their tobacco crop another year what will the du foforcu Mrs Martha Catrou wife of W Catron died at her home Saturday morning and was buried at SundayThe RevdJattended the burial R W Cat roua oldest son was badly iijured Sunday They were route burns from Mrs Martha Catrona burial when they stopped catch a mul and the boy was kicked in the breast by themule He was badly if not fatally Injured He wes carried to A L Law ons home and doctors were call tledrecovery PIJuueMarvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress ofdthe age Air flights on heavy machines telegrams without wires terrible war inventions to kill tl men and that wonder of wonders V Dr Kings New Discoveryto save life when threatened by coughs colds la grippe asthma croupn bronchitis hemorrhages hay fever and whooping coughs or tang trouble For all bronchial affec buns it has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surest cure James M Black of Asheville N R R No 4 writes it cured him ofan obstinate cough after all other remedies feline 50c and 100 A trial bottle free Guar an teed by all dealers SIMPSON Mrs W A Hampton made a business trip to Jackson Monday Willie Turner and wife spent with the tatters parents Clara Hounshell spent Saturday night with Miss Mattie Chapman Oscar Deriekson and H Hamp toa visited friends on Holly last SundayMrs J J Landrum and sons SdapsMr Tumblin left here Friday for Ohio where he will spend a i few days with home folkStEsther Wilson who has been i visiting her grandparents at Lee City returned home Friday Miss Emma Turner of this place is visiting her sister Mrs Nancy Taylor on Stillwater a- Miss Lucy Sweeney spent Sat I urday and Sunday with her sistur Mrs J J Laudrnin at Vancleave Bro John Sewell preached an inteiesting sermon to a large con greg tion at this place Saturday and Saturday night June 6 MAYFLOWER Chamberlains Cough Remedy is sold on a guarantee that if you are not satisfied after using two thirds of a bottle according to di reotiona your money will be refunded I It is up to you to try Sold by all dealers STILL WATER Mrs S C Rose is very ill at this writingMrs R J Rose sold eight head of shoats to L G Stamper Friday 1 for 20 j J W Maloney and family were visiting in this section Saturday I and Sunday I J D Edwards of Trent bought a hog from John Barker of Lacy creek for t6 NeeseBrewer of Holly was run over by a wagon and seriously ifJ fatally injured lloot Murphy of Hay week faoglrtof John wnJlu tlis head of eaMto+ for flJSQ j TaMM WK f lI IHriIiI kM tH jwc it J dIi 1 day by Rov Willis Lykinr and others Sam Spencer pf Cumptou returned here last week from Louisa where he drilled s well that ir producing a nigh grade oil ll- D B Tyra and family EstltEdgar Enand Ethel Edwar 4i b Jeff Brewer and others visifed your correspondent Sandayt DrDB ter of C H GOlueyb hoof Cap CT ton were married at the residenca the brides parents last week= June 13 DOMINGO HOWS THISxlWe offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardtr any case of Catarrh that can not be by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo 6 We the undersigned have known P J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe v him perfectly honorable in all bnnnen transactions aud finanuicially able to carryout any obligations made by his firm r WALDINO KINMAN MAEVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous 3surfaces of the system Testimonials seat free Price 75 cents per botU801dfJTji Druggists I Take Halls Family Pills lorconatlpationt DAYSBORO Sunday school is progressing at place t Carl and John Sebastian attendi the big meeting on Stillwater Sunday J P Alexander and Ed Well ere guestsof Hagar Holloa Suirw night Bruce May made a business trip iDITVednesday Jim Wilson sold his Louse slid=r t lotto Henry Haddix but Tre2 + t1htfot learn the price Misses Gracie Collinsworth and r tom Stella Nickell took dinner with Bessie Sebastian Sunday Miss Roxie Nickell of Middle boro wet a gust of Miss Corn y Davidson Wednesday evening Hello Fun and MischieT dV not let your letter stop for we are always glad to hear from yon Misses Nettie and Annie H6llbri and brother Hagar spentBxncT J at the home of S C Alexanders = Mrs P A Wilson who hasi been visiting her daughter Mrs BDxAlexander returned to her home at Neola Sunday Miss Retta Oldfield who has heart visiting Mrs Mead Tnodiny at Jackson fcr the past twdrweBKBX r returned home Friday Rufus Nickel of Denlandwadi + going toward Maiil8Iboo night We thin M was the attraction John Caudill who has beelivIS iting friends in and around thi H lace for the past two weeksVleftv today for his home at Morehetti v A large crowd of boys and gir b went boat riding Sunday Among them were Mls eveBtGracie Collinsworth ll Bessie Sebastiah andTkqnie J Davidson i John Caudill apd 5 Land Bruce May June 18 BLACKEYBDBJU Trr Y SANDF1Err Ettie Sweeney spent Siitifj Jwith Bob Sallie took dinner with Willie Catron Sunday I gfte1la r A R MoNabb and wife madflMtSf trip to Campton Monday t j t Johnny Patrick was a tae orWillie CatronSaturdaynigh M Stella Catron epenfr Sar evening with Mattie and LOl1t MoNabb Curia Oentert of Hi elt i = riterMaud and MtllieMoNadebapei 4x Yom Saturday night with AridyvTosivisj and family 1 Rev Tajloiz Hattoq andrG M Center delivered intefetUhfrf tmono here Sunday a Rev Johnny Barkerwill Mwif1a 1 at thia Dlaoe Sundayoiwegati 11 oclock Everybe4iavilL CQllrtn Stsitisr ad t t- Nsbb arid bmtteei4rvf c- rd f- I 1 2 c 0 hl ittl Jlul l ciJt rjJ 1J t t r f I 3 m T ti rR RT cF p r l4wC l or r P r 4HE HERALD Knteredattha Hazel OrernPosU L oloauaooadotauaattr 3 I 4 I SPENCER COOPER Editor I I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY June 16 1910 ililOBITUARIES TRIBUTES RESPECTr Cards of Thanks 1 1and to insure pub WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY i r WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT BBKD WISE Judge 1DJIDCJOUNS1f Clerk Commonwealths Atty i Meets third Monday in January first L Monday in May third Monday in Beptem ber WOLFE COUKTT COURT JudgeS Attorney ROBEET L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT in April first Tues ay In October I MASISTRATES COURTS j3District bo1Robert Rose inird Friday 1In1darth June tepteuioer and Decen District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fr day in February May August and N f vember District No 8J M Reynolds second Frii 1day in February May August and No- vemberI DistrictNo 4 David Spencer first Fridayr t 4 in March May August and November District No 5Preston Hollon second trIt day in March June September and De I cember District No 61 W Combs third Frida- iDtebrul1JoIay r August and November Shiloh Swan o fourth Friday tiMarch June September and December Fridayvember COUNTY OFFICIALS SheriflJt JailerJSuperintendentESurveyorticJ m Tom Underwood Harry Som men and Charley Meachem three pencil pushers down in the Jack sonpurchase and thereabouts areI endorsing Barksdaie Hamlett for State Superintendent of schools Unless somebody bobs up in thisI end of the state for the same position i THE HERALD will in all prob ability beaq line for him He I t a young man of fine appearance I scholarly attainments as well as a Simon pure undented Democrat and has at his back a record of which any individual would be ptoqB But Eastern Ceutuc k may bring out a man equally as well qualified and then our alla glance points to him tttbtiTMt to aWn sale Tru J e The stata superintendent in superintendents8 which are of importance to teach- ertandtrustess They are as fol lows Applicants cannot take the e animation in one county and ha the papers forwarded to anoth i county for grading except Sta I Normal pupils in counties whe locatedAll ee most be eighteen years old befo the examination is held If t applicant becomes eighteen after I ward he should not be permitted to enter The county superintendent should revoke the certificate of all sessionOIlof the institute Mhherospkw it says you shall revoke All teachers whether principals ox assistants who teach in a dis seventycfiv8l0r shouldhold reportinwore g j pupilmoata e Lbry cannot be percpttaI sohoomast 1 TsdayA to whattiterer it isright or o if it wan to f keep on good terms with them aI1 inj E- iufsoitlutfi ott t f filL 1 of Jl t tat MtrM urve I Ly a rs1J s s a- e L aa f 4 es letting the chips fall where they mayNewton Miss Rec ordCommenting on this the Wood ville Miss Republican es whichIand who lets another do his think ing or is as patty in the hands of I the local lords is not worth any acme that it may bear An editor moat be fearless Honest and just with the courage of his conviction withIout regard to the consequences Nothing is more contemptible iin the eyes of men than the little ed itor who is ever ready and willing to bow to the will and command of some prominent citizen w happens to have a few sheckles of the filthy lucre and a little in ence May the Lord have p upon such parasites on the bump of creation 1 SAD EVENT finest Eliiii IiitaiUy Killei Saturiay by lea Mackiie In carrying out its contract w the Fiscal court the Clark Cou Construction company has been engaged for some time in recon structing the Lexington i ike n the Fayette line A large tract tengine and roller draw a train of cars loaded with crushed ro The sCone is delivered through beringgrit froSaturday afternoon Ernest EI trine an employe of the company was manipulating this leyer when his foot was caught by the hind wheel which passed over his bo C tThethe undertaking establishment ofto H H Hall and after being I pared for burial were taken to home in this city The funeral was held at the Washington street Presbyterian church Sunday af ternoou under the auspices of the Local Camp Modern Woodmen of America assisted by Hick Lodge of Odd Fellows he being a member of both orders Services were conducted by Rev C E Grafton pastor of the char The funeral procession was an tremely long one and attested esteem in which he was held He was raised in Mt Sterling and was 33 years of age He wasthea son of Wm Elkins formerly this rosary and has a great m relatives here He leaves a w formerly Miss Ringo and daughters aged twelve and n years He carried oils thousand dollars insurance in the Woodmen iThe trip when he was killed to have been his last trip on road as be was to have taken position in the yards on the fol lowing Monday The sympathy of our people go out to the ism DemocratYH Ct Henkel Wait 115000 Deputy Revenue Collector Clay Herndon of Ashland has brought suit against Omar Dotson a wealthy real estate man of Ma ville for 15000 damages wk easome ago by having fallen through an elevator shaft buildingsinj cityIt that Mr Herndon I anxen thatvewas whereetHetofellreinjuriesCatlettsburg formerlyhe tl a be remembered by many of older citizens having been post master here at one timeII SELLARS Mrs E Skein was a guest I rs Lou Gose Tuesdayjj Mrs Mollie Wilson was call on Sarah Skeins Friday J Miss Julia Skeins went to He shopping Monday thgMorris Wilson and wife visi Prea Wilson and wife Thursday hand FridaycMisses Sue and Falay Long were i visiting friends and relatives a i this place recently t vieitiaherr J b cber at Daysboro Hollie Osborne and family were family I E Skeins and daughter Lisai and her son Orville war uest of 4octFYillls tai fapi lyoaMgrpby ark S terdiyji iI aH l1Q y xe riIUo CILLMORE Della Nickell called on Mrs Millie Fenska Friday evening ofshQuite a crowd from this piano attended church on Stillwater last Sunday Cortez Ely made a business trip to Quicksand Thursday returning Saturday Mrs Millie Fenska and son Earlcalled on Mrs Delia NickelllI Sunday ni htII Uncle Bill Murphy of Gratis visited bis daughter Maude CecilI Saturday mghtjj E Little who has been very ii I with stomach trouble is reports- ha to be somewhatlbetter Logan Lindon wife and son sitity Green Satnrdayland Sunday June 13 DAISY Freiicti Severe Quake Ii Jne New Orleans Lieutenant John C Soley in charge of the States Hydrographic Office UnitedI11I attraotemypredictions of seismic disturbances declaredj that unless some of tho eruptnearthquakesWhile hokdisturbancetheoccur thatjadging movements of the past in accord ance with present indications tho probablybe15 and June 25- Leintenant Soley also issues a warning to coal miners to exercise x L edyrb disturbances are likely occur during the period stated IUliaghis + June lBMiles Craw ford is dead Clay Crawford is dy jing here ofa fractured skull an I Elisha Johnson is in the Breathittt county jail on a charge of murder t Samtomurday night The trouble arose between Clay acid Miles over a woman and Clay 4 0hClays part and according to h I Milethelas 4 says to save Clays life The Crawfords were only dis c tautly related if at all Clay is nephewafeproofof I twtiHore Paper Iitereitiig JeThe home paper is always inter eating to you whether you take Kanewawhothe I not take the t laltconveniences the neighbors andI bilyrat days balyary laiItcentsH R people are eco nomical and that when our adver theycatefalliohy bbrgainss1 Thuiiis IITI KMiij Tmllj ui iota SuJlCtI sow To ltaorn hill a bottle w common glut with yoar tweatyfoarhoursbe ment rsettlingjj milkay appearance oftea- indicates lUlUU healthy condi tioa of the kid too fregoat desire to jiufi are also symptoms that tell yo eradattentionWkatTeSe There Is comfort in the knowledge so Kilmerffulfills isey ganrllcHttmmoslagpailad aleof t winelseeifcostly of being wAjpelled to go often rough the day and to get ppasduring the night TIle sold aaaF Qeetredbe is LC6 UUtareDlrxaDJe ealth restoring prop amedicine byt IYj I Root mad the address BuigbasUoa MYOII every bottle t SEWELL 0 ROSE E ziteSTILL141TZR KY ottwrsfia stilearvisNla WeIII ry esUatta we q9b = rc 1 I I f you are a business man did you ever think of the fic1d advertieyIng opens to you There is almost no limit to the possi youdstudy your store If you are not get ting your share of the business aelreason People go where they are attracted where they know what they can get and how much it is sold for If you make direct statements in 11your advertising see to it that are able to fulfill every promise you make You willIadd to your business reputaItion and hold your customers It will not cost as much to your ad in this paper as adIthink It iis the persistent vertiser who gets there Have something in the paper every issue no matter how small quotJyu our advertising rates particularly on the years but nul 4fiHealthThan Wealth rjdBITTENHOUSE RANCH fr one half mile from Hazel Green Ky and drink the mineral water ofSwan go Springs There are 24 rooms f some bungalow style and rates are 4i per week or 150 per day for less time Table fare is the best that the market affords For further yorationJOUR H PIBIATT I 80X r HAZEL GREEN KY 000 + 0 + 000 + FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek Ait1 1 crase Some cleardIi grass Large orchard j ever fine water 5room dwell house halls and porches also tenant house For the next thirty this farm will be offered at a if Possession given Janu 1 1910 For further particu address ELLSWORTH LACY R No1 Rardin Ill HAZEL GREEN HOTEL HAZEL GREEN KY II J TAYLOR DAY Proprietor ASA I EWING Manager affordsRoomspleasantBest LIVERY STABLE in connection to accommodate the traveling public Careful driven and good vehicles W RATES REASONABLE a8IBe opoiti1pp coasistlugand outbuildiga Ooe of t desirable location in Hazel generaler g the triad in the country being fur with a complete outfit of toolS stock of materials and supplies also equippedwith power and machinery Will sell all together or separately addregMROSEMarch y BO YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS tw TRAOC MAIMS DnMiw CorvtMKTiAe Aaveaa swal a atMd rid d ig- aixe atm x noi7va ScItf1iJwtliCIsalt LIMete 4 it j j AUCTION trj AUCTION i I AUCTION I IfI J SATURDAY JULY 2 1910 i I commencing at 10 oclock a m Pir Big Bargains in Dress Goods Ladies ReadyMade a 1 Skirts Underwear etc AJnice line of Hosiery Neckwear and Belts Ribbons and Millinery Goods sold right at cost Laces and Embroideries Scarfs and manyother tHings will be on sale at this aufl tion which is for the purpose of closing out good i bought during last seasort and making room for next seasons goods I r I DO NOT FAIL TO COMEiTO THIS AUCTION Cash must be paid within three days after purchase yj 1 MAPEL 5 TROY John H Pieratt Auctioneer- S S k f IAZELGREENACADEMY Mountain School of Christian Womans Board of Missio t A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered whck FI extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms Yf SCHOOL EXPENSES b b0ITuition for term of eleven weeks U5 ya Good Board per week 2 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you y For further particulars address M O CARTEtr D J HICKEYProprietor of Hickeys Cafe No 224 W Short Street JI Lexington Kentucky J r- IM XC TC r t Kash JohnsonKasli 3 DEALERS IN I I General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE Vic I HAZEL GREEN KY j rFOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING i x STEP INTO CECIL SRS-ii look through our new line of 1 SPRINGand SUMMER GOODS We have the newest thinr out in LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS We have a fuU line of Prints we l Anything you are ia needof it i will still sell at It Rill pay yea to j 6 Cents per yard I GET OUR PRICES WE ALSO HAVE WALL PAP1B r- f tp At a rI 1 3WTS r tti St J to 0 A Good HairFoodAyers proved formula is a genuine hairfood It feeds nourishes y builds up strengthens invigor ates The hair grows more rapidly keeps soft and smooth and all dandruff disappears Aid nature a little Give your hair a good hairfood Don not change the color of the Aofr Formal Mli bottl- m Kkow it to jmr A ItLIJ +ff doeur You need not hesitate abut using this new Hair Yigorfrom any fearof itschang lug the color of your hair The new Ayers Hair Vigor prevents premature grayness but does not change the color or the hair even to the slightest degree Midi by tbJ ColwCe Lowell VIM THE HERALD WantedImmediately 10 teams to haul railroad ties Call on JOHN D ROSE Lexie Ky Miss Lou Ward is at Mize and Grassy Creek on an extended visit among friends and relatives WantedAt once 5000 railroad tree delivered at Hazel Green Apply to J T DAY Mrs Bruce Turner and son W V Turner of Mt Sterling are visiting Uncle John and Aunt Jude Ward Mrs W E Back and children of Cannel City are spending a few days with Mrs Backs parents F N Day and wife Elwood Daniel who has been attending the Kentucky Univer sity came in Friday to spend his summer vacation The next meeting of the Ceme tery Association will beheld at the home of Mrs Hal Smith on the first Thursday in July Mrs Knox of Stauton who has been visiting her slater Mrs Ros coe Shackelford for the past two weeks returned home Friday Mrs Nannie Kash accompanied by Mrs Belle Godsey and Mrs J TV Day left Saturday for an extended visit to Mt Sterling and Lexington Mies Nora Lovelace of Frozen creek visited her sidter Mrs Tom Haddix last week and Monday left by way of Campton and Nat ural Bridge Mrs Belle Godsey is visiting her sisterinlaw Mrs Sue Polk at Frankfort and may stay ten days or two weeks after which she will visit friends at Mt Sterling A new arrival at Bud Mapels was introduced Monday night by Dr Taylor Center and Buds wife says he will be a Democratic voter when he attains his majority Richard M Clark principal of the Campton High school has r been appointed a member of the State Text Book commission in 1 Wolfe county Prof Clark came from Clark county f Bantie of Stacy Fork Gab i we must know who you are before we can publish your commnnica tion ThisTuleis inviolable and will be strictly adhered to no matter how newsy or interesting letters mav be Mrs Taylor Day is visiting he father Green Trimble atHt Ster ling and her sister Miss Ella It Mrehy one and her many friends hopes 0 will have an enjoyable time Richard Boling aged about 8- 2itears died of dropsy Sunday at- C L tb esidence of his grandson Otis Yonng Mr Boling was a native 6f Virginia but had lived in Mor fan county for 85 or more years t fwd was mach respected at an Kest citizen by all who knew tin He loaves two daughter Vti Phippa ol May town and jilti Young of Hazel Green and r x silt eon Tkoiptloa 1oliag dspatr- t uCetttlutCoAllntrt win Sieai Their VacaUsi iiTiniiit Richmond Va JUUH S Spencer Cooper hazel Green Ky DearMr Cooper Since writing you last we have come to Richmond and would like to have THE HERALD sent here We have been here one weekand are enjoying it very much Rich mond iill a grand old city It is well named the City of Spires There are many historical places of interest among them are the battle fields of the civil war We have a church here in the city uptiSeptemberwill return to Livingston Tenn where we worked last year We wish it were possible to drop in and enjoy an hour with you Your services in the mountains have been invaluable I know your labor has not been in vain I hope you may have many more years in which to carry on your great work Mrs Long sends regards to Mrs CooperYours sincerelyF W Lobo Address paper to 2600 Semmes Ave South Richmond Va Always a Welcome Visitor Mountain Grove Mo June 2 10 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed you will find money order for 1 to pay fo THE HERALD one year I have taken it ever since the first paper was printed and it is always a welcome visitor in my house With tho kindest regards to your self and Mrs CooperM W JONES P S My former address was Daysboro Ky- Amsterdam Mo Julie 110 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky hoar Sir You will find enc os ed One Dollar for which please give me credit and continue TH HERALD With best withes t yourself and friends I am Yours truly J S AMYX Neola Ky June 4 1910 Spencer CooperDear Sir En closed find One Dollar to pay on my inscription to THE HERALD I dont went to dp without it as iit seams almost like uie of the fans ily YoursMRS W Z SHOEMAKER Stock Salt Day Yesterday was the regular stock sale day at Hazel Green but recognizing the fact that farmers aret behindwith their work THE HER ALD did not urge attendance Wed nesday July 18 will be our nextt sale day and there will be peopleI in attendance from Letcher Perry r Knott and Magoffin counties It will be a gala day for stock dealers as stock of every kind will b- on e hand If you want to see th biegeafrcrowd that ever assembled in a mountain town come to Ha zel Green that day Or maybeI you had better come a day ahea I to be sure accommodation or write and reserve a room at some hotel There will be no circus on hand nor flying machine to see but people will be here as flies around a molasses barrel Mrs Sam Kash and her sisters 1 Misses Nancy and Sarah Sample accompanied by a crowd froml Campton had an enjoyable outing at Natural Bridge Tuesday Quite a crowd from Jackson including the Presbyterian Sunday schoolI Presidenrt Crossfield of Transylvania Uniii varsity W W Taylor Cynthiaua and V MSmitKj Cincinnati repre seating the International Har vester Co Chicago were registe- ed at the Hazel Green Hotel Tues day and the register also contained the names of R H BryanI Winchester A H Cundiff Jac BOn and Vernie C Clark M t Ste ing MOTHER GRAYS airPOWDERS FOR GHJL ort 1rJllJJIir11 i c d NiMe M Die Mtrktt Luther Murphy of Mt Sterling was here yesterday trying to buyII hogp but the farmers generally were so busy that our monthly stock sale was not attended by but j few Next month we will have a big crowd and a lot of stock of all kinds Wednesday before the third Monday is the day and people from Magoffin Perry and Letcher will be here to dicker in horse trades and it will not surprise many people if Riiss Oliver is on hand with a fey horses Dont forget day and date as the circus bills read and you will see lots of people and a heap of fun CASTORIAI for Infuts and CMldreH The KINd Yw Hays Always Bntf Bears the Signature of Cone IB aid Settle Up As Mr C F Kash of the firm of Kash Johnson Kash willI withdraw from the firm at an ear ly date it is absolutely imperative that all accounts must be settled up at once This is to notify all who are indebted to said firm to I come in and settle by note or account I as they must be settled with in the next 30 days Meantime goods will be sold cheaper than ifrj j i you want bargains NOW is YOURi CHANCE RespectfullyII KASH JOHNSON KASH Miss Sadie Cartmell of West Liberty who was visiting her sis J i ter Mrs William Foreman leftII Monday for her home but while here she entrapped one or two ofII our gallant young men and theI result will be that once a week one young man if not two will visit West Liberty Miss Sadie appears to be a very fascinating damsel mentionedEangelo1 i Need a Fewii l Macaiie We have openeda store near the Commercial Bank sod are prepar ed to supply the public with Sin gar sewing machines on the most liberal terms We will always have a full assortment of attachments Why buy a sorry machine when you can get the best at the same price We cordially invite you to visit us and inspect our method of doing business RespeotfullyII C F LYKINS BURNS ELAM West Liberty Ky Walter Henry a former student at Hazel Green Academy passed through town Monday en route home from Richmond where he has been attending the State Nor mal school Walter is a good boyI and seems determined to master aI business education at lesstI RelicseFor the purpose of making ready i for a new fall line of Millinery and Iother goons in our line we will on ofdfer for sale the best bargains ever put up at auction Come and Ret your part of the bargains J H Pieratt will be auctioneer Dos not forget the dots MAPEL t TROY t uPer Gods Sake DeSUletklqfI We have answered this cry in our new book Fightingthe Traf fin in Young Girls by Earnest A Bell U S District Attorney Sims and others The most sensational indictment of the White Slave tellsIhow thousands ofyoung girls are lured from their homes annually and sold into a life of shame The Cincinnati Enquirer says Of all the books of the season the War on the White Slave Trade iis the most helpful it should bread e by every man woman and child Agents are making froml bookrOver 500 pages Many pictures Price 150 Best terror to agent IOutfit free Send 16f for forward anky receiptt ofr price Address Qel Sharkey + Secretary 228 Plymouth Court r Chicago I Chamberiniua Cough Remedy I yonIi inside of a bottle according to di rectiont roar aaooey wjU be r- eMMJ nte1Otto in 1oWalJ Jltlwis k g IMPd KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collate aid CMciiely Gkreaicled 0 Hon Swagar Sberlejr congressman from the Fifth district has been renom looted to succeed himself The first annual auembly of the Ken tucky Conference Epworth League will be held in Mt Sterling June 2326 In the readjustment of salaried t f postmasters throughout the country the postmaster at Winchester now receives 100 per year more Ten thousand dollars is the amount of the reward offered for the arrest and conviction of Joe Wendling the accused murderer of Alma Kellner Rowdies broke into a tent show in Pike county one night recently and kill ed three men The rowdies were fullow ed and more trouble is feared Governor Willson list week issued a Fourth of July proclamation to the people of Kentucky and urges them to celebrate the QIoriouH Fourth in a sane andsafe manner Out of sixtytwo applicant for teach era certificates in Greenup county re cently there were only six failures Twentyone were first claw twentyseven second class and five third class A three story warehouse belonging to H F Hillenmeyer Son the well known nurserymen of Fayette county was destroyed by fire with a IOM of about 12500 CareleoRnesH of an employe is said t have been the cause By the breaking of a large water main in Louisville the lives of ten men were imperiled and a property saris of 1000 sustained The men were working in a nearby sewer and were pulled to safety by companions with lowered ropes Probably the highest price ever prid for an acre of land in Scot county if not in the state was given by Robert Alexander Witson when he purchased portion of the farm owned by Otis Ash ural The price paid was 1200 per acreFire destroyed large part of the town of Hyden in Leslie county last weep The office of the Tuouwndtjicks the postoffice three stores and several resii denoes were consumed Part of the courthouse was badly damaged The origin of the fire is thought to be incen diary A mob composed of citizens of South Louisville threatened to lynch Robert Anderson a negro who had made advances toward Joe Scherle an 8yearold white boy The negro was caught by the police who forced back the angry citizens who clamored for the life of Anderson The negro was lodged in jail Workmen were procuring rock from a cliff near Pompey in Pike county when in a small cave they came across the skeletons of a man and a woman The clothing was well preserved the man being dressed in a corkscrew suit The woman wore a corset which had been pierced by bullets There was also a womans hat One of the most startling suicides that ever occurred in this section occurred last week at the home of Alfred Mcln tosh at Athol a station on the L E railroad near Jackson when Mrs Mcln tosh procured her husbands shotgun and placing the muzzle under her chin in a fit of jealousy fired The womans face and the greater part of her head were blown away Wallace Sellars a yonng man of Mor ganffcld started out on a regular wild west rampage the other night and before he was landed behind the bars of the Union county bastile he had cut a swath that would haye made a typical bad man tram Arizona envious In ad dition to cutting aforesaid swath he also cut the arm of the sheriff from the elbow to the wrist inflicting a painful and dangerous e wound e Boone Day was appropriately observed in Frankfort on the 7th init bytt the Kentucky Historical society As t Governor Willson was unable to be presr ee- lent W W Longmoor an officer of the V society presided at the meeting held in the Historical Rooms at the new Capitol Alex Johnson read apaper on TellTale Histories John Wilson Townsend of Lexington and Mrs Jennie C Morton also read papers Obert Garner has a hen that made a nest one day last week in the shop When she came off there were two soft shelled eggs Doubting her ability to lay two eggs a day the hen convinced them the next day of her power by lay OrdlnarySizedjrj a two sachet sad the size of a leadd pencil compleu11 fastening the eggs together one on youiiend so tight if you picked up one got them both Odessa cor OwlSId lie Outlook cryfT C fit IA E ALCOHOL 3 PER CERT tmgdteS AsslJDUatJgllEftQf 1 PromoIesT1iIL Mbn- essulOpuffltMerMae rnrrtenLf E II i IIIII A1tjM tor thitk NARCOTIC sI w lm liltlllll =Ihs r 4- 9r ror 1WIIISik ttoDSourStoli 1HInttiII- ll wxwlCatwlisiJIszewrie f lLOssorSLEm lacS8k sftdrl or i c a- NEW YORK 1- uu Exact Copy of Wrapper i CISTIIIFor Infants aMeIIIirtIt The Kind YauVe Always Bought Bears the- Signature tr of IsiK fn- sUsea For Over Thirty Years CASTORIArltwo taatwatun taw SS n u r jIaj35 = jai JUST RECEIVED f LOADOFUi i1V i1 Nice Furnitur8 and SfoiI trl 5 III 1 F Anything from a Chair to a 111Complete Suite V ill We have the nicest line of DRESS Sjlksth111 J T DAYS RACKET STORE fi j j 3E W caOr- J INTO L ISTEP r IMISS FAY LONGS I Millinery Parlors I1 t Iandexamine her1- Y IV I u NEW SPRING LIME r oOFo Ladies Hats Ladies Furnishing Notions etc etc c 2 r 1- k = 1 + KASH SAMPLE 1- s Dealers in General MerchaixlfotJK a i t Announce to the 3receiTedrf l 3 t LADIES S gT Fine Clothing Hits CpipSyEfc v i F and that their general Hie eebraces fae Dress 0eed DryOfOjt X tlM Kroo SELECT FAMILY GEOOBRIX t t j HLtehielttheyLtiisfaspestks f1 k At P c t gyp rL Ciy e- vltt + w 4 +f s tJ t IIi 77p S J1m rd = r L r 1 WWlCA11MEST T11 WEEKLYj j TOLEDO BLADETO- LEDO OHIO The lest Known Newspa per In the United Statesw I i CIRCULATION 200000 I Popular in Every State- SThe seventyfourth year of iU find the Tolfcdo Blade morn popular than at any period or its remarkable carter It is Mow read each week by more than snilllou people IU field is not circum scribed br State boundaries but involves r the length and breadth of the United States Jiving it an unquestionable right ot claim j ing to be the greatest national weekly newsI paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family I Theone object of its publishers has aware been to make It fit for the Amer lean home for the fireside and of intern t t 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 com prehensive manner and the various depart ments of The Blade are edited with painI i taking care The Household page is a de 4 light to the women and children current I attain are treated editorially without prejn dice the serial stories are selected with the 1 idea of pleasing the greating number of fic tion lovers the Question Bureau is a scrap book of information the Farmstead colt nuns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium tor the ex change of ideas and information on farm I topics No department is neglected but every feature is taken care of with the idea i of making The Blade worth many times the f price ot subscription one dollar a year iSample copies mailed free Address THE BLADE Toledo Ohio KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCH JfCBITrW Battle Fro III AlL THROAT ANB lUJflTIOUI- LEIaJrAJfTDD SATIBFACTOB r O XOXEY UFuai ZD- Tite ieWiIlonHstHIC flBank WINCHESTER KY N H WiTHEBsroosPres W R SPHAR Cashier Paid UpCaplt t SIOOOOOOO Undivided Profits i 170OOOOO Handsome Deposit of over sit 50000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers trader and bus Inca men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its custom f era every faculty and the most liberal legitimatebanking 1 fr BUYir I 1 D pF iehllsslsrij wtCUW fl I b7Nlkaal K MiglRtkt Isfamsc 117 Usk ia LMinifc We brat YHlltftFnc Is NT k sn Writ JsrsristlisL+ IIit rk 96ILSiezibWinsMaLwin7rt 1y GORGE RICE UNDERTAKEREr HAZEL GREEN KY myahoPnyatyle to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have Y A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Pablio patronage is relpectfullyaolioited26U RICE IWi Print Salt Billai AN IMlrlr nr iIIIK u4 w e8 laatth IUc vof JIM prlatfs 1II- JlUuxotllt iM CaI1 at GIll 1 T r1J WIe- ri x IDaa blutaexs lilrnil at wni- 7iwwMr nt M pis u- tsweek t g =11111 tSQ v 1l1li who s s 1IIIIllulltii f C It iiL- xartrokl yy = Mist MMfk YAK A BARGAIN IN BUSINESS DESIRING to change location two of Kash Johnson Kash are determined to withdraw even though they sacrifice the stock It iis the opportunity for people who need goods as everything will be sold at 1 less profit than any other merchant in Eastern Kentucky can afford HIT NOW WHILE THE IRON IS HOT IIlreferably however we will sell the entire stock invoiced house and fixturesI at a great sacrifice This is the opportunity a I for any one who wishes to engage in theI mercantile trade as our health will not permit us to continue Beinf on thet corner rf Main and Broadway it is theI most desirable location in Hazel Green for YOU CATCH TRADE OWINE AN ACOMINV It is on the spot where once stood the old Pieratt Hotel a celebrated hostelry in its day famous all over Eastern Kentucky We want to sell iu bulk and if youllI meet us half way we can makes dicker Respectfully yours KASH JOHNSON KASH By C F KABH 46tf SELIM t I This finely bred combined harness and saddle stallion will make the season of 1910 I at my barn in Daysboro at the low price pf 5 TO INSURE LIVING COLT c Money due when the nitre proves in foal or bred to another hone or jack or traded away and a lien on the colt wilt be retain ed to secure service money SELIM is a dark chestnut sorrel 16 hands 3 inches high with white stockings on hindII feet He is 7 yeatS old this spring He wa I sired by Pat Washington a celebrated sa- die d stalllD of Fayette county and out of mare by Golden Chief combined horse DEMPSEY This fine young jack will make the sea ton at the same barn at 5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT- on same conditions as those of the horse DEMPSEY is a red sorrel 14 hands 3 i Uisy e Sum Browns Red Dempsey Breeders who sacAllI dents but I will not be responsible should any occur W C SEBASTIAN DR O H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Often his profestional services to the citl counII green Bank Permanent and Quick Curei No Bad Af ter Effects Our Terms Every is Our Guest Our No Barred Doors or Windows ru IJ If Schooifof mwlfli The scheolbnybowler iid al ways popular The following selections from R largenumber which were sent in for a prize competition arranged by the Uni versity Correspondent are excel lent examples of the mistakes j which pupils perpetrate Womans suffrage is the State of suffering to which they wore born IThe world is an obsolete spheroid I Lord Raleigh was the first man I to see the Invisible Armada Shakespeare founded As You written by Sir Oliver Lodge Tennyson wrote In Memoran dum I King Edward IV had no claim by geological right to the English throne The capital of Russia is St Petersburg on the Douma The test act of 1073 was passed to keep Roman Catholics out of public houses palfreysLouU the French Revolution The Rhine is boarded by wooded mountainsGender shows whether a man i masculine feminine or neuter James 1 died from argue Au angle is a triangle with only two sides Algrebraic symbols are used when you dont know what you are talking about- Geometry teaches us how tobisex anglesParallel lines are the same dis tance all the way and do not meet unless you lend them The whale is an amphibiousI aaimal because he lives on laud and dies in the water A parallelogram is a figure made of four parallel straight lines Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablet will brace up the nerves banish sick headache prevent de spondenoy and invigorate the wholes system Sold by all dealers aThe Saint Makers A preacher said You editors dare not tell the truth your news papers would fail The replied You are right and the minister who will at all times tellI the truth about his members liv o pulpit moro than one Sunday andI he will find it necessary to leave the town in a hurry The pies- i and the pulpit go hand in hand11 withwhitewash and kind words Magnifying small virtues into larger ones the pulpit press and gravestones are the great saint making Triumvirate The great minister went away looking very thoughtful while the editor turned to his work tailing about the sur passing beauty of the bride when in fact she was as ugly as a inndt 1 I cfit QfMtilt KMi Of OW Tiei Addressing the Oloverport High School a few days since Father C Brey wisely said The question may be asked What is the greatest need of our times for the betterment of Chris tian society It is churches Tem ples of worship are very necessary The construction of welladorned houses of worship is an evidence of the faith and devotion of the people But they are not the most essential thing for cur day The primitive Christians paid homage to God in the catacombs and some of our forefathers adored the Lord under the canopy of heaven in se cluded mountains and in caves of the earth j and they were the best of Christians Moreover what would be the use of churches if we had no worshippers to frequent them What the times call for is men and women sturdy Christian men and women endowed with the courage of their conviction We need men who are controlled by conscience rather than expedi ency men who are guided by principle rather than by popularity men who are influenced by a sense of duty and not by selfinterest patriotism rather than by a de sire for political preferment In a word we need men and women of upright Christian character Lame shoulder is almost Invar iably caused by rheumatism of the muscles and yields quickly to the free application ot Chamberlains Liniment This liniment is not only prompt and effectual but in no way disagreeable to use Sold by all dealers All is Vanity Man is of few days and many growls When the spring time conies gentle Annie and the ruin waters the earth he complaineth because of mud and a few weeks t later his soul IB grieved because of the exceeding muchness of the dust In the winter he cryeth because it is too cold and in summer heI would fain join an Arctic expedtJj tier that he may escape from the I summer heat Wben the sun shines- r brightly it hurteth his eyes and when it hideth behind a cloud it gives him the blues When the wind bloweth he cursoth the cy clone and when it dons not blow joy departeth from him and he moaneth Oh give us a breezes Yes verily there is nothing which satisfyeth man He cometh into the world crying leaveth it gram ling And this too is vanity V hat is probably the most nov el church ever built was erected at Peoria Ill by 190 members of the congregation of the Central Christian church Work was start ed at 8 oclock in the morning and services were held in thi completed edifice in the evening Womans Friend Nearly all women suffer at times from females ailments Some women suffer more acutely aad more constantly than others But whether you haft r little pain or whether you suffer intensely you should take Wine of Cardui and get relief Cardui is a safe natural nrndicine for women prepared scientifically ITOlll harmless vegetable ingredients It acts easily on the female organs and gives strength and tone to the whole system TAKEThe I s Tomeff j Mrs germ Wallace of Sanger Tex tried Cardui She write Cardui has done more for me than I can describe Last spring Iwas taken with female inflammation and consulted a doctor but to no avail so took Cardui and inside of three days I was able to do my housework Since then my trouble has never returned Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES F r THE H Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Always Ii stock i well selected Hit Ortw finis praupHj Hi Iii sirs THE 15O04ProfitsitjIndividualTotal 83120019 The Following is n 111 of Stockholders Who Own and Control Iti E F Veil Gum r Hazel Green j H E Oney lumber mFr Rose Fork J P Rntr farmer Hazel Green j Mrs Susan A Campbell Hazel Green J II Kl kins farmer Iexie 1M S Campbell Hazel Green DayfboroO ti lieu Murphy farmer Hazel Green Ii Mrs Mary E fmith New Castle- J S Picratt farmer Hazel Green T M Lee farmer Hazel Green J S Uitteuhouke mine owner lUxel Green C S Maniple farmer teasel Green- F M Phillips farmer Hazel Green i R HI Patton Hazel Green a GreenJA Hoffman insurance Mt Sterling Mrs T M Lee Haul Green W L Hurst lawyer Campion MisLula M Evans Swords Greet Va F CECIL PKESIDENT J S RITTENHOUSE VICE PBESDESTS g IE R H PATTON CASHIER r- 1A111Q HIDE TAB itLTt tR lStee Riffata4 tiiT tNMta JOHN WHITE 400ax LoQfts RLLbXla r44w414wdv4Give a Positive Guaranteed Cure for Liquor j r Morphine Cocaine Chloral Drug Habits j are- Reasonable PatientC Treatmentis previouslye thn fenceExI ofs Womans IRISH COMPANY Notions HAZEL GREEN BANK We and All j Trained Nursesfyq Fine Service Excellent Table j Well Furnished 4 and Well Ventilated Rooms w j I We desire call attention samehabitsBeeclaotforI I they cnonn nothing but the moat coBstaat ad dour y success Every one must come to our Sanitarium where we are I I i teous attentionvto handle this class aayHelguanateeesaweeksyou correspondence we hue cured who will antwetpersons gladly say gaeaOur trentalest is painess nd harmlfs We do not rare how muchon ue or how tions y long UreHBIhen what uaIf 4 paying one cent we willappreciate II letter froat you and we trill cheeraddiction cure then bear aU exreneee while the patient is here such treatment tordas fully give you any information If have any to doubt that sot de whatroom and attendant and not exact one cent cctcpentaticn until the patient is cured you reason we caa kudweready to return loae claim please write us your reasons and we will explain It to your satiafactiea I l i t yoaWhen r1 or desire foreitaer drug or liquor You ore eating and seeping well and taking no medicine homeWrite Remember oar Sanitarium is private and correspondence held confideatkl j r 1 pOheoata x Years very truly w T1 I ftInenLlteertIlLii i J rt p Yrk- e 1 1 l1f iII Ji