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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y 11i r n r tftt 3J SI h c THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD v 0 EstablUacd March 4 1886 1Cad Faaoulatfee Story of Joaathaa amd His C6aUaiatby M r 08110 i F ipseraud Kdltor The Oldest Ms Popular Most Widely Circulated sad Mast Quoted Paper in the Ktuckf Mountains 1003 YNr1M Mi1Iii t TWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 28 1910 NT7MBEB5L 11 zUlinltoa and Eastern Rillwiy tins Table is Etlsct Jaw 21 1808 WEST BOUND Mol I No3 Nob STATIONS DaUyex Dailyand Sunday Sunday Sundayonly AMLve PMLve AMLve- Jiokaon 6 10 am 2 20 pn 710 am- OJLJunct 6 16 pm 2 25 pm 705 am BnUJTe Jc 107 Itm 320 pm 754 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 815 am Nat Bridge 7 45 am 3 56 pm 826 am Campton Jn 7 48 am 3 67 pa 828 am 4 26 PIlo8M aw Stanton 8 15 aw Clay City 8 25 am 4 35 pm 9Vl am LAEJnnon 900am 507 pm 1U03aw Winchester 9 12 am 5 20 pn 1012 am ar 9 65 am 6 05 pm 1025 am Lemm EAST BOUND Ne2No4ex = STATIONS = Dailyand Dally SudsySuday PMLyseMLreI i S5 pm 0 Lezington 0 8 13 amWinchester 202 s8 pm 20 24f pm LEJuoUon 826 pm 3 6U pm 40 Clay City 40 II 02 am 9 loamIS 8 pm H ItaDton1I44Campton Juntn 938 pm fSU pw 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridle 57I 9 43 am 441 pm 62 Torrent 9 6 am 51U pm 70 BeauyreJo 701017 aa 6 03 pm 9tI OKJunon 90 1115 am 610 pm 94 Jackson 94 1120 am CONNECTIONS i 4 E JokcnoKliww lso 1 and will make connection with the C a uny for Mt Sterling C4yuTON JUNCTIONTrams No I 2 3 and f connect with the Mountain Central By lor Pine Ridge and CampionJ- iKATTYVlJJt JUMCTION Inuni No2 will make connection at Beattyfille June with the L and A itailway lor paaienger to and from Beattyville- O AKJCMCT1UH Traina Noi 3 and I connect with the 0 4 K Railway for local stations on the O d K Railway w A MCDOWkLL General Manager OBAtICOTTUenl Aclt L II0 Xe1uoIg Ballwau r time Table May 21 l O5 WESTBOUND No 3 = No21 DUI STATIONS o Daily ex 1 33II Suaay- t PoK 0 27 PMAKB 5 6 Cannel City22 12 35 f5S 11 Belecbawa 20 12 19 v 446 13 Lee City 13 12 13 405 20 Hampton 11 11 51 S 152 22 Wilhnwt- J 6 11 44 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 16 3 00 Jackaon 1105 EAST BOUND Non B No22 71ex = STATIONS o= Daily u udty Sunday JUMLT PMLVK 710 27 Cannel City I 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 117 K 146 19 Lee City 11 1 23 ilM 13 Hampton 13 1 14- y 37 10 Wilhnrit 20 161 b 995 1 OAKJanctloa 22 S 25 t 30 0 TacUOI1 27 2 SO connectionj4t VoiBtioa the Lexlagton and Eaitera Rail K way U L CONLEY t it Superintendent JIlltlil GBltlll18llIBlIa lio 1 No 2 j8IPUT ABJI1VE 300 a mCsmpton1130 a m 200 p m Campton 6 00 p m t No2 No1 L AUIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JunolO 05 am K 380 pmCampn Juno 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes t pasIseBgerr FRUIT AID ORNAMENTAL- s TREES EyerltldlI fH- tEADI LAWN ui OAIDBN I IIH1101STRAWIERRYPLAIIB- ute FrttCaUlHiM t HILLENMEYEB ct SONS LEXINGTON KYI HOUSEIHazell Crssn Ky I IOU FAT rrrrUt rt- pbl y + fan a Basts+ aa I j- urovmesstiteiests6et I NllltyelisgssM MS COUNTY NEWS yourLocalollieeinterest lhatmofbukInenallyCONSOLATION Anna Belle Blankenship spent Sunday with Mrs George Dyer Clay Cecil and sister Ethel at tended the meeting at Old Grassy SundayNathan and VVren Gibbs and GillespieSaturday Misses Ida Bud Lydia Ann Nick CIIGillespieCII relatives in the neighborhood of Insko Saturday and Sunday Nelson Watkins and wife of Stillwater spent Sunday as guests of the latters parents Jim Bush and wife Murphyforken route to visit her brother James Taulbee at Daysboro Phceba Sparks who has been ill for some time and thought to have consumption remains in a very precarious condition We notice that Coon Arnett of Hazel Green is putting in several Sundays in this neighborhood There is a fair attractiou undoubtedly Luther Oldfiuld and Courtney Coldiron took in the big meeting at Old Grassy church Sunday They report a large crowd and splendid meeting- A very delightfulsocial was pulledoff at this home of Sam Low and wife Saturday night Different games were indulged in until near midnight besides a pleasant hour spent in an oldtime cake cutting The crowd consist ed of all the young folks of the community in fact other points were represented June 20 MONK It cured me or Itsaved the life of my child are the expres sions you hear every day about Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This is true the world over where this valuable remedy has been introduced No other medicine in use for diarrhoea or bowel complaints has received such general approval The secret of the success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem edy is that it cures Sold by all dealers DAYSBORO A large crowd attended Sunday school here Sunday Mrs Maggie Oldfield was calling on Mrs S C Alexander today John Wilson and wife visited Jesse Oldfield and family Sunday Bruce May passed through town this morning en route to Neola on business Miss Emma Gibbs took dinner with Miss Lura Davidson today MondayThere will be meeting at this place Sunday at11 oclock Everybody invited to attend Harlan Oldfield of Grassy pass ed through town Saturday even ing What is the attraction Har lanMrs America Nickell and Mrs Ellen Davidson called on Mrs S C Alexander who is very sick SundayMrs Lula Back who has been visiting home folks for a few days returned to her home in Jackson SaturdayParis and family left here Saturday to visit his motherin law Mrs Ellen Taulbee at Adel returning Sunday afternoon Oalloway Sebastian and wife left here Saturday morning for Mt Sterling where they will visit fries ii tiveaforawhile- EmmaMM Nickell of Grassy patted through here Saturday en rofite to Neola where she visited u Bessie Hollon Saturday and unsay xo11oa feud In 7rOiarJS c it kI and Saturday We wish them successMisses Clemma and Minnie Old field and Minnie Fallen were call iug on Miss Lnra Davidson Saturday evening Come again girls you are always welcome Miasea Carrie and Gracie ColdI iron Monnie Belle Daisy and Mildred M LiD and Rowena andI Ellen Kasb of Hazel Green were pleasant guests of Misses Mabel and Lyle May Sunday afternoon I Miss Fern Cecil who has beenI living with her aunt Mrs N B May for the past few months will leave for her home in Indian Va Wednesday much to the regret of her Kentucky friends and relatives A large crowd of boys and girls were entertained at the home of J Miss Lydiann Nickell Sunday af I ternoon among them being Miss es Minnie Lillia Ethel and Emma 4 Oldfield Lucy Gillespie Ida NickII ell Emma Gibbs Dona Nickell I Ethel and Lura Davidson Minnie I Fallen and MattieNiokell Rosooe and Mort Wilson Rash and Sam uel Davidson John Oldfield Dow Nickell Jim Young Coon Arnett and Bryan Davidson All report a splendid time June 20 BLUEEYED BEAUTY If you are not satisfied after UIII ing according to directions twoII thirds of H bottle of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets you can have your money back The tablets cleanse and invigorate theff stomach improve the digestion regulate the bowels Give them a trialand get well Sold by all dealers t LAAWISam Cecil and family of Still water visited A CKash Sunday 1 Otis Kash and Howard Halsey took the examination at Campton 1 Friday and Saturday The writer has not been well for some time hence the abrence of our letter the past two weeks Boyd Hatton and wife caws over from Holly Saturday ndII stayed until Monday with home folksJames Tester went to CampII ton Friday returning today We think Jim wants to learn to be a Smith Ben Murphy bought from W H Chambers last week six heifers at 4i cents per pound weighing themII at this placer Bertha Jane and Susia Combs and LUbe and Gracie Tanlbea I spent Sunday with Gracie Luclle and Mabel Rash Charley Sample sold 10 head of heifers to Newton Malrneyand Steve Rose tat 420 jwr cwt ndII weighed them at this place Mrs J P Tackett who haaJbeen at Olive Hill for some time uade medical treatment reUrnedhoine j1 recently greatly improved Ben Halsey of Morgan county Ii and Maggiei Kaney of thus place were married on the pith inst j The bride was a daughter cf Mile t Raney Ii Howard Halsey and sister Lula 1 and Harrison Burchfield and sis ters Pho3ba and Maggie attended church at the Hurst schoolkouse Sunday 4 Floyd Murphy of this plans- sold his fuslt lat week to WitII Hollon of Hplly at 1260 perII acre which brougbi him 1006 5 All of it iii hill land Mrs JH Tesftr whcjhas been ver7aickforsome time with some thing like lung trouble wisps toII be improving t though she is very poorly at thiswritiBg School tr8lis Mem to be the most popnlarjnen in this section tII present There ii slaiteIt naaabcr of applicants for schools reflly chore teachfjf tbi i schools I Jane 20 AN- ONehlite j ury- w j 1M LOf I a JIS+ tTld tIIJl MAYTOWN Doo Kash wife and IOU Car- of Hazel Green are visiting rel tines and friends at this place Miss Maude Wilson was a guest of Mist Fiances Bryant at Pom eroytou Saturday and Sunday Misses Grace Childers and Ruth Wills visited relatives on Blac water Tnosday and Wednesday- We had a severe hail storm Sun day afternoon which destroyed the greater portion of tobacco in th vicinityMiss Lila Murphy who nasbeen visiting relatives sod friends at Campton for the past week came hom Saturday Volnev Henry wife and little Grealayforkand family Thursday Misses Ruth Wills and Grace Childers of Jeffersonville were guests of John Childers and wife at Valeria Saturday night Courtney Dennis and Otis Mw- phy were seen going in the direc SundayWhat Mrs Alma Blankenship from Richlands Va and Mrs Inez Childets were guests of J mel In gram and family Thursday night Services were held at the home of S G Spradliug Sunday after r Spraliugsattend church Doo Kasb wife and son Carl of Hazel Green Miss Grace Chil dens of Jeffersonville and J M Richie wife and little daughter Lena took dinner with James In gram and family Monday Misses Grace Cbilders Bernie Spradling Lila Murphy and Anna and Stella Clark Vernie Clark Rplhe Little Garret Cox sod F Little were pleasantly entertained d at the home of Miss Ruth Wills Sunday afternoon June 20 BLACK EYES A Dreaifml Wsui from a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any othe- nature demands prompt with Buoklens Arnica Salve toe I gangreuItsF- all such wounds as also for Burns boils sores skin eruptions ecze ma chapped hands corns or piles 35o at all dealers POMEROYTON A heavy rain and hail fell here Sunday evening- A large crowd attended church at Sulphur Spring Sunday George Phippa and Floyd Littl- madea business trip to Frenohbnr B todayJohn wakickedbyslowly viitingherSunday Misses Nannie and Maude Little were viaitingtheir brother J S Little and wife Saturday nigh andSnnday Willie lankpui of May town passed through here last w9e with ii nice bunch of young cattleI leaded far Jit Sterling maxkaL S R Little and brother Floyd are going to start west about the goKansakCity to to Omaha Neb Their bulmwg Jai not known and they will not return until late this fall Jane 20 SNOWDR- OPChtiitlaerlsiasStomachsi Lir I braceuplthepegbsiIlM appndiiioy and invigorate the whole system Sold by all dealers NEOLA CityMonday froCM4MNsttty Sample aniMN ea herrouteJbf W M Veen J Pi E G 1 let and WL LiVdoo pritclMKl a UtgB ngrfttpUon Saadajv 7ohanyFBs4ir 3fcdJpn ikVlt 2 Jfal ffPM Wfif aM wa I O I ee 1 1r Oxfxyjrr- e LIXIE appoiaat Aunt Juda Wills spent Sunday with H L Cbilders and family Forest Cecil and wife spent Sun day withFrank Sample and wife Ikpoems to slow ly improving Monroe Lacy and wife were the familyISL E Smith has been hauling hay this week from Jos P Roses Suowdenville Aunt Nan Taulbee whose ilinea- has been mentioned several times is improving slowly Mrs Tom Keith of Simpson is visiting hor parents Doc Perkin and wife on this creek J C Trimble spent Saturde night with J H Lacy at Hazel Green and took in the show Childerr1 were visiting their brother R A Childers on Still water Sunday Misses Golden Beulah aud Ma- zy Trimble repluasait guests ofr Miss Alva Brooks Sunday evening Newton Maloney and SSRoBe passed through here Friday with I nioo bunch of cattle for the Mt Sterling market Uncle Miles Wilson and wife o- o r Gillmore passed through hew lac Saturday to visit their son Jolee Iand other friends and relatives We were misinformed about Miss Lena Townsend of Mont gomery county being dead It was her sister Mrs Mattie Fore che who lived in West Virginia Dr A C Nickell and wife Alex James and wife and Mrs M S Campbell and daughter Rosales of Hazel Green spent Sunday a the home of J H Trimble andl wifeJoseph P Rose and wife of Hazel Green were visiting at Snow capsbackr jt children 0 O Rose and Mrs L rEoSmith until Saturday RERTIEtoLilt Iii EIz4t 1tiSt keptthelaxatigeDrKingNew I they have proveda beselultto illt our family writaorPaBl lMathul kaof Buffalo L YEIY but sure remedy focaU stomach liver= and kidney troubles Only 25c atit all dealers SIMIHOM bnsiuoBss Sarajx Sweauey and Brewer attended church at Ro fork Sunday A large crowd from this pls t attcuded the ball game at Van eleave Sunday il1gherat this writing 1I fhjt traction Walter iwerpt I Sapdttg evening H rst Hampton eft tbi11aMonday foMtSEerllug witb pice bunch of caUl for matkeK Calvin Tnrner who lice beea V isiting komafoiks for few difeturneq to his work jiaa JacksonI Sunday intersatingjregaHens at Mergva 8atu4ay and Sanday Services will be held here San ayat 11 oclock byv HTay ter and others Everybody is in vited o attfcid Mantled Thuirsoav at the home ofthe brides p rent Pryie Ma loney and Caroline Tailbee The jaymJsoe20 BONNIE IRL eyedre= is jold on a gKa Jt if youI areAt not satisfied aUr niibg to iitbI i el 18 fended Itisupto you jo try t Sold bv illfiilSA WreT i7aI e1 gR eIJt nC 4 r Si CILLMOXC- Cornhoeing is the order of thari day here E B Haddix is not any bett rtat this writing R M fladdix made a hnsinaaf trip to Neola Friday Ova Vest called on Scott NiclSSE and wife Thursday evening Edgar Nickell made hit usualitrip down the creek Sunday Isabelle Nickell patijlilll rKash and wife a visitSunday Perlina and Lizzie Bnrpbamivisr ited Della Nickel Sunday evening AntiYINiokell40 Mrs Millie Fenska visited Elizabeth Haddix Saturday night and Sunday wifeviaity v lastSundayJ C LiudoD of Campton was in this section Thursday attending to business Sam Haddix wife and little sous Dorsie and Hagar werevis iting R M Haddix and family Sunday Siqeamaker Jim Haynes and BobRob inaon weN gneotie of JamesJ ickelt Sundayf i DAISYtstirs THST We offer One Hundred Dollars Bewaof I for ray cue of Catarrh that eaaaetkcured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY A CO Toledo We the undented bare Jcnowa Fr JCheney for the last 16 year sad belirre him perfectly honorable in all bjHiaesa traniactlona and finanancially abl to carry out any obligation made by hk firsu WALDIKO xuuta JbUumx 0tiaiernUylactinjdirecUyapon and Eiaeoaf tnrfacea of the system Tetmoai bjfytt byDruggupTake Halls Family Pills for conMiyatiaa TRENT CitjivisitedrecentlyJ Edwards of this place paid Courtney Barker at GoBiela tion a visit Fridaynigbt ats811EetybodyMrs Rebecca Edwards su4 littti gueehlofiafternoon vriieQfnMaytownt JtjSat 1hser garEdwardsand JaagelsBie Wcftfen tended church on 8tUlW4jfe i lajfej Sunday 77 eNannle tu pleaseritlrienteitaiu l ct tde SOI I of Miss Nannie Taulbeo 3tsfi VJ afternoon ti Ialtpqslloalldey is nlelogtral fa+ Itt ably nansyd byr Rj muscles and yieldswt4r pLiniment IWlkwLet onlyproulpt4 lea ldaby all dealers I I11CIlEI fi Born to ihe wife df Phil ton a iSppgQ4tlrl A larga crowd Qf boya tiWent to IrfilrayLiek Bttgdkys A large crowd of girls AAdidi V xLdideblliohG B bippiw- Kfipiday t qll2IJevfoI i Id Pl tUIAll t jAljPityradayughtpi f Sa Rev w LLacr1 of I1Jpreached to largeascfrad atit Ji I4U 1Cb08IMt tUHiU in jhtr + Cutfds Tsstera rtnd W tfA tNii Zi f ffrsr eiIait j s to t a 1r r I hr F VV- y ytryj1 c 0 4i GTri j p A lfjI1IIAh satrdattfss Sisal llrea- 1oitoeascandclsssratter w 1 Y1 PENCEH COOPER Editor I HAZEL CREEN KY r 1rIlURSDAY Juno 28 1910 ttDBITUARIESTRIBUTESIf RESPECTr and Cards of Thank must be paid for in advance to insure pub llcation WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY i WOLFE onouiT COURT tJudget Inkptem Atty I I 9 WOLFE COUITT COURT 3 JudgeSAUurnryROBERT Meets first Monday in each month IxOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURT District No 1 Bobert Rose third in March June Cepteiuoer and Dece Ji herdday ember in February May August and No District No 3J M Reynolds second Fri day in February May August and No 1l 1lvember FridalbAugust District No 6 Preston Ilollon second Fri jcember0 I FridayinDistrictNo 7 ShilohSwango j fourth Fri day in March June September and De comber District No 8 John B Childers first FriI day in February May August and No Timber COUITT OFFICIALS GEORGE WGALLEYSheri a i dJJ W TATJLBEE County Superintendent SurveyJerly Democratic Callm chairmSas of the Tenth District DemocraticI Congressional committee has is sued a call for a meeting of theI committee to be held in Beattv ville Tuesday June 28 at oneI oclock p mr for the purpose of fixing the time and manner of se eating a Democratic nominee f- ss cougreta in this district t Te DeMcrti It is generally believed that the RepreaentatweaWashington at if there is united and harmonious ef fort pa the part of Democrats ev erywhere I The Democratic National Con I gressional Committee is charged with Httwh responsibility in fa 4 niahing a campaign book and of literature directing speakersJJ and doing the general work of or ganization We need your active J support especially in a financialI I way Please send to the Demo cratic National Committee Wahjingtoo D C a check at once asj j j WQ are greatly in need of funds to putt Democrats to tarnish themu Our Committee is sustained by I alII lido committee ia already gener I onaly supplied with motley Will j you not aid as V ChairmanJOSEPH Chairman Finance Committee f Tkt SiRutir af 1111 ordipoovers9 a mer seasons are not what th thultasaeleKj taiOld i offsWas reyarees and that aa the rastio poefeiuga Deeeaiber comes ia June j Joae cornea io December paisioflopk pp the records of the year kappenedtyear witkcHrt a summer t there was a yeaJalury arilJtiat j thatend of April snow fell abondtafly aa the brooks were caim1 1 Matheyoung pleats were nipped ere they were 1sareHm4the coni wasauluhi formediiAiI e U iekpess halt 9jJivNa three- M atkll W1 tJJ- I 1- 7 I RS N t w t fifth df July ice ae thick as wludow j ghee was a coinmothijherionjenonf j in Pennsylvania and in August imohthiokit polled to pay f4al1d15 a bushel for corn for the next springs planting Winter seemed to set in daring the latter ffortnight September j from that time ofII ward ice and snow were at no lacking Philadelphia Ledger gays Wires apedj iIEntails1 Moiey Mrs Fred T DuBois wife of the United States Senator from Idaho fourrand ParentTeachers Association recently held at Denver Colo by adeclaringis the real homemaker not the woman Who pays the rent who bays the provisions who sees to it that every need of mother and child is gratified Its the father and husband tMee unconsciously and many of them too silently carryout the kipdergarteh principle of tbn male bird story They build and forage while too often the woman de mends more and more The average American girl grows np and thinks only of mar iriage as a means to an endwhich is greater personal independence and liberty which comes from as sarance that all the bills will be promptly paid The evil the Moth effacemIt- The bridge whit mother was- enounced by Mrs Edwin A Yar nail of Philadelphia and Mrs Orville T Bright of Chicago as the worst endmy of the child SELLARS Carl Stamper was in this vicin jity Sunday Miss Stella Wilson stayed with Mrs Morris Wilson one night re cently Seldon Collinsworth passed thru here Thursday en route to Caney to haul ties Mrs Ellen Collinsworth visited her daughter Mollie Wilson one recently Morris Wilson and wife were fainterSaturday and Sunday Miss Jane Little and Mrs Em a Wilson went to Cannel City one day recently on business Several people from this plac attended church at Neola Sunday All report a good meeting Amyx and Clarence Stamper who have been at work here visit ed homefolks Saturday and Sun day Misses Emma and Ada and- Steve Byrd Golda Tipton and Ad die Cox were calling on Misses Mollie Julia and Minnie Skeins one day recently June 20 VIOLET FILLS BRANCH J D Barker is very low at this writing with consumption Prof Fugafe began a singing school at Old Grassy Sunday K M Couch left witha nice Starhling market Miss Cora Murphy and brother Isaac spent Saturday at the home of Virgie Havens Miss Nora Stamper had the mis fortune Recently of getting her arm thrown out of place Sam Wilson is painting the re dence of Josiah Havens this trimmingb toKelBeAll farmers are invited to bat Stampers store next night The meeting will be in regard tp tenants and will be an in structive one The object will be to plan o choose only good ten ants Every farmershould attend aeGrassy church Bandar and ably assisted by Ellis Ward a graduate of Hazel Green Academy lectureswewas beautiful his text being Sow explanationany divine June 20 YES BUD During the severe storm on Wed etraodao Tolson near Campton belonging the Dinsmere Oil and Gas com burning the two tanks and he oil they contained The 10811 was about 500 J Pat Kelly an oldtime minstrel taaaaadtraveliegIitiehooasediaeatciick I trey wd ltkt iy iglti- e treateiil 8of cstls 11O111J f Jt ilif t a+ hi IIWI Jfff L I f = rl 11 wppreir ll it t sae1t J BEMENTj1LL Jnh sO 1910 KyIf THE HERALD wait received last week i r 80ra letter from home and we appreciated I it so much I We are now living jn Bement I i Illa nice little town of about 2000 We have four churches and the finest public school iin the county Enclosed find 1 for subscription to THE HERALD Wishing you much success I yours truly ROSIE LAWBON I Bement Ill For more than twentyfiveyear- we s have lived in Hazel Green andI principally on hope At tim s prevailing circumstances have made us a pessimist but in the main we have been optimistic in our views and always had faith in the future We now make the prediction that Hazel Green in jless than six months will prove our faith Oil will come in such quantities that we will have the oil field of Kentucky The lightning hail and thunderstorm of Sunday evening did considerable damage in this section Among other things the lightning hit the pipe line telephone wire between this place and Campion and burned the wire iin two Lineh t walkers were here Tuesday and yesterday trying to locate the damage and repair same but up to yes terday evening had not been able to do so- Ellis Boydot Honaker Va t who married Mattie Evans of our jtown and is the father of little jRaymond the bright little boy visiting here with his mother for a week or so past came iin Friday evening to see his wife and her folks Mrs Belle God ey who has been aet Frankfort and other points below for a week or so camehome Tuesday very much pleased with the outing I i If you are a business man did you ever think of the field of opportunity that advertis ing opens to you There is almost no limit to the possi bilities of your business if you study how to turn trade into your store If you are not get your share of the busintat sofyour community therfs m reason People go where they are attracted where they know what they tin get and how much it is sold for If eyou make direct statemets or your advertising see to ft thatayou arc able to fuHlltwy promise make Ya will 0tf J your ad in this paper aft y v think It is the persistent ad vertisar who gets there Have something in the paper every I issue ne natter law all EwMey1 paw ttMkrly OK the yeert fcuri teet AL PATENTS r iLT1UTAYeaa0 erawar0alr t g NFA raN fet 71i ft ti R D SWIFTS t1 + + it + Health Better + Than Wealth + + sod there U no way 10 sure to secure + the former as to stop at HazelaRANCH Green Ky + and drink the mineral water ofSwan Co roomsvsome bungalow style and rates are 4 7 per week or 150 per day for less time Table fare is the best that the v market affords For further infer eQ nation write Q JOn H PIBltATT SOleHA2KL GREEN K- Y44b4b44444 Q + Co A BARCAIN IN BUSINESS S ESIRING to change location two of the firm of Hash Johnson ICanh are determined to withdraw even though they sacrifice the stock It is the opportunity for people who need goods as everything will be sold at lless profit then any other merchant In toaSt ern Kentucky can afford HIT NOW WHILE THE IRON IS HOT I Preferably however we will sell the entire stock fnvoiced house and fixtures at a great sacrifice This is the opportunity of a lifetime for any one who wishes to engage in the mercantile trade as our health will not permit us to continue Being on the corner rf Main and Broadway it is the most desirable location in Hazel Green for YOU CATCH TRADE GW1NE AN ACOUINV It iionthe spot where once stood the old Pieratt Hotel a celebrated hostelry in ita day famous all KentuckyWe and if you meet us halfway we can make a dick Respectfully yours lASH JOHNSON KASH By C F KASH 46tf 1 HAZEL GREEN HOTEL f HAZEL GREEN KY J TAYLOR DAT Proprietor AlA I EWIfO Manager Table best the market affords pleasantBest LIVERY STALE in connection to accommodate the publicCareful vehicles pfRATES REASONABLE i ELI1YI This finely bred combined harness saddle stallion will make the season of 1 at my barn in Daysboro at the low price 5 TO INSURE LIVING COLT Money due when the mare proves in foal or bred to another horse or jack or tradedf and willbe reda moneySKUM hagSds hifeetwas uddIea- mare by Golden Chief combined horse DEMPSEY This fine young jack will make the e soa at the same barn At f5 TO INSURE A LIVING COL- on horseDEMPSKYJsa In HiswhobayeAll possible care taken to prevent but will not be responsible shot ny occur W C SEBASTIAN 0 Rafe BDlIDIlUQitg consifaglst ijlgardenijl generalpair re 8 I furaisuppliesequipped toolsII Will sell all together or separately addieeMarch 11 Hazel Green Ky accr iAatd MIC1IAte 4 mrrl runrlbod- p 5 coslekmoRaba tI aAIID acfnofpktsai crr waveuvsttLMSpr CaI j PbotoarabfAMalea ake1A- 1eeerbd eltaarWvwa srbvuMwre1 ai sMwj t J GRAND EXCURSION TO r NIAGARA FALLS Toronto Buffalo and Cleveland a- Ro St a8DlOfe Trips on late Erie ana Lake omarii r tl t MONDAY AUGUST 1 1910 4ITINERARY OF TOURJ Mondayd August Istt Winti cheater at 550 p m via L N R R for Cincinnati arriving at 825 p m riT J iug all tourists 24 bouts to ue thn sightq of the Queen City Coney Isand Zoe Lagoon Eden Park sod other points of intereatwLeave Cincinnati at 400 pm on special trainl bt Tuesday AugustLlfda oilman cars via BIG FOUR BOOTED The party will occupy Handsome Standard Pullman Sleeping cars not Tomint Sleepers reserved expressly for them and which run through to Niagara Falls 5a8ara Ffllls will be rtachedvia New YorkWednesday I August OlQi Central R R at 730 a m Breakfast will lie ready at the Temperance House headquarters for the party Wednesday after noon an automobile ride through Prospect Park and around the Falls 4th Leave Niagara Falls at 715 a in in special obeetThursday August i nation trolley cars via Great Gorge Route for Lew f iton and there take Niagara Navigation Co steamer and cross Lake Ontario to Toronto Breakfast on steamer Arrive Toronto at 1080 a m Automobile talc of this beautiful and interesting city visiting Queens Park Parliament Ruildiir City Hall Cathedrals etc Ihuredav evening visit Scarrrr Beach Toronto Coney Wand Party will be entertained while in Toronto at the Walker House Rfh Leave Toronto 730 am Arrive Niagara Falls 1055Friday I August Ullli Lunrhetin at Temperance House Leave Niagara Falli 115 p m Arrive Buffalo 2 act p in Automobile lour of RutTalo one of America handsomest cities Six oclock dinner at Sutlers Leave Buffalo after din v net Friday evening on luxurious ateamerof C t B Line iffy the lake trip te Cleveland forIII fa Americas 1rplan hotel rates f360 to 500 Car tides in morning Clevelmd population tji 500000 iis famed for handsome homes magnificent parka and boulevards Dinner and supper at The Colonial Our train via Bigi Four Route will leave for Gin 5 cinnati at 900 p m SUnday August nth Arrive at Cincinnatii 730 a m Leave Cincinnati at iJ s 800 arriving at Winchester about 1030 a m jThinj NisNacc mmlldnioD lodging and meals at Niagara Falls Toronto and Cleveland from supper Monday evening August at Cincinnati until dinner on Sunday nnguingtrit Wincheotet dinner Buffalo supper on train Tuesdaycsrrtiageride tallyhoRoute Hut mobile or pak Lewistonan Falls trip over famous 4 land street car rides etc admission tickets to Scaiboio Beach Toronto In fact Jsevery necessary expense for the entire trip S For further information call on or address W E BACK Cannel City Kyv KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General MerchandiseAnn- ounce ito the jestreceived 13 r 3 LADIES SHOES GENTS tFine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions andSELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc y ofto which they invite inspection4r twinGO TO Kash JohnsonXashiDEALERS JN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE U r laHAZEL GREEN KY FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING f STEP INTO CECIL BROa7 9 and look through our new line of adSPRING and SUMMER GOODS We have the newest thinf out ia LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS We have a tall line of Prints we I Anything you are ja seed of it will still sell at it sill pay you to 6 Cents per yard I GET OUR PRICESM WE ALSO HAVE WALL PAPER 4 i- niii jJjMl I I r = i Fi c r vO Bnetasss Fine Care Fine Hair Its fine care that makes fine hair Use Ayers Hair Vigor iew improved formula sys tematically conscientiously jand you will get results We know it stops falling hair cures x dandruff and Is a most elegant j dressing Entirely new Newj r bottle New contents Does not change tin color of Me A4lrI TormuU with M0h bottte aLowit to you r doctorrIUTI II Averts Hair Vigor as now made from our sew improved formula is the latest most scleadtc and in every way the very the hair reparation ever placed upon market For falling hair and dandruff it is the one great medici- neYadtirhtJClrr0Lwsfl us HE MERAL H Glenn Haney was a guest at Ritteuhouse from Saturday until Y Monday tMrs John M Rose spent Sunday with Mrs J H Pieratt at I Riftenbouse Rancn r fOR SALEA house and lot cheap Call on or address M V i ROBERTS Hazel Green KyIRice Whaley building 41 are a j modern dwelling on the old dOloI 4 i mitory lot for Mrs Belle Godsey t A daughter of John Murphy of the Murphy fork was taken sud I denly ill Monday and it is feaied ihBbas fever i i Mrs Delia Short left yesterday morning for Middletown Ohio where she hopes to make perma neat residence i fii Don Kaeh of Kash Johnson f Kaib with his wife is spending the week with his sister Mrs JM 1 Richie at May town WP Webster and son Wm Pendleton of Williamstown and t Joe Thurman of Richmond are guests at Rittenhonse this week r j Mrs JT Day who has been J visiting her father sister and L brothers at Mt Sterling for a week or BO came home Tuesday Ruse Oliver of Magoffin county passed through town yesterday en N roota home from Mt Sterling with five bead of horses to trade one Calloway Sebastian of Days bbro yesterday sold to Charley Rose nine stock hogs iu pretty jf good order at 8 cents a pound x 1 Mist Hattie Wheeler who ha f J bean attending Hiram College Hi rain Ohio taking a general course 44arrived home yesterday evening jf Felix Walters uncle of Sebron and Mack Walter died at the res t 1idnc of Daniel Walters in Ma Ii figoftin county June 8tb aged about aI SOyears L A LynnPerry the sign painte- of Winchester who was here for about sn weeks left Monday for j Torreqtr where he will do some work for J T Day Y Stephen Sample of Campton f Cr Bounty attorney was visiting his tmiter Mrs Sam Kashof ou- rztown yesterday and had some t legal business as well f Brown representing the 11pob Tobacco Co was in yesterday distributing sam plea of Corker tobacco and stopped at the Hazel Green Cr iBf Thompson of Birdstown 4c1- TtfinLarriyed last week and iis 1 irnpBHl Foreman in drilling tiiftfobnson oil well Mr Thomp districGlennsylvania tp profession foar oil tanks struck by light were burned at Camp ton last as follows Two on Isaac pas farm one on Wm Gun Ji farm and the derrick i and gUy night one on the farm o those uanie we have not Tie aaoant of date it Utotf Ut the lw eutulel1st abj T n r i HilaeyIiiiey Married at the residence of the brides parents Allie Rainey and i wife near Landsaw Wednesday i June 15 Miss Maggie Rainey and Bernie Halsey Rev W P Halsey uncle of the groom officiating The groom is the son of our old friend Joseph Halsey and a promising young farmer while the bride is a belle in tho bailiwick from whichshe hails The following is a list of those who attended and participated in tho weddings and en route home called at THE HER office W P and wife JBennyRainey and wife Joe D Halsey j Elvin Rainey and Miss Maggie Halsey THE HERALD extends congratu lations to tho appy young couple and expresses the wish that their life may be spent without jars att any kind save those of peaceoneyii and prosperity Start right byI subscribing to THE HERALD and all will be well with youtNiagara Falls Excnrtiei j Everett Back the gentlemanly and acommoduting conductor on the Ohio and Kentucky railroad passenger service has arranged A for an excursion to Niagara Falls j in August This will be the greatt est opportunity to see the beauty spots and prominent places of thetworld that has been offered our people and ut a reasonable price The excursion starts from Cannel City August 1 and on the 2nd I connects with an excursion from Lexington at Cincinnati Seven days will be spent on the excur sion and the finest towns in America visited A day or so will be spent in Canada the excursionists will stop at the best hotels and altogether it will be a grand outing See advertisement in this paper for full particulars Excuriioi to Natural Bridle Last Sunday a crowd from Ha zel Green composed of Misses Mollie and Rosa Coldiron Falay and Sue Long and Ora Campbell accompanied by Mitch Campbell went to the Natural Bridge over the Mt Central excursion They report a delightful outing There were four excursions each train being loaded with human freight The grounds near the lake were crowded with people while all day the rugged road leading to the bridge was the scene of climbing hundreds On account of the storm our crowd stayed at Campton overnight I returning Monday Coae la anti Settle Uoiii As Mr C F Kasb of the firmII willsJ withdraw from the firm at an earII ly date it is absolutely imperative that all accounta must be settled up at once This is to notify tllIwho are indebted to said firm toI come in and settle by note or aoII count as they must be settled with in the next 30 days Meantime goods will be sold jpheaper than ever to let Mr Kash out and i Yonri R CHANOE Respectfully KASH JOHNSON KASH Need a Sewiig Maciiie t We have opened a store near the Commercial Bank and are prepay ed to supply the public with Sin ger sewing machines on the most liberal terms We will always hat I a full assortment of attachments Why buy a sorry machine whenI you can get the best at the sameI price We cordially invite you to visit us and inspect our method ofi doing business Respectfully C F LYKINS BURNS ELAM West Liberty Ky Ellis Boyd who came in Friday and has been a guest of the Day morningtwith his wife have been here for a pair of weekp for their home at Honaker Va YOU CAIWUHE THAT IAGHACHE I It Pain long the bact diaineu beadaebe and gbneral languor Get a pate of MothZr Grays AiitifRALfAN LEA tbe pleaMnt root and herb cure for all Kidney yoftyes ea raw thin praatksbf eoatblaattea of rei ketL sad riots M a ajIatsr f y o Mdnisr a Aitaa1rJ4X egll k1- cjLel4Tr lNgI l J t Mrs 1tobert Cell and Mist Nanny Sample left Monday morning to attend a conference at Mi C Sterling they being sent as delegates from the M E church CASTORIAlor Infants ami CUUrou Tin KM YM Nan Ahrqs tatf Bears the- 6lgnatnre fckHo Koporta como from Campton that J M Reynolds justice of the had received a letter warn ug him to resign his office on the penalty of having his property burned It is said that bootleggers j are behind the threat The house owned by Sam Kash I and occupied by Buck Hollon has ean treated to a coat of white paint trimmed with black mak ing it oneof the most attractive j houses hi town Sam Wilson did job Sam left Monday for J Grassy creek to go onto another job i Bill Foreman and another driller whose name we do not know areI now drilling for oil on the farm ofI F Johnson on Lacy creek and there is a fine prospect of finding fluid as Mr Johnson has been offered 1000 for his chance on well I Monday evening Sam Kash and wife entertained at upper quite a lot of friends in honor of theirjj guest Miss Ora Kaab of Mt Ster I linK Charley Cecil also intertwined I the same guest Wednesday j at dinner haying with them Mrsjj Kash Charley Rose and Carl Mize have gone into hog raising on a large seals The former has 21 sows and 100 pigs and the latter four sows and 31 pigs Ii they have no bad luck and hogs continue at approximately present prices they willmake money like Wall street brokersIJ C B Little jailer of this county discovered that the pris oners confined in the juil wereI preparing to make them escape by sawing out the iron bars A file and a saw made from a large steel caaekuife were found coucealed in one of the cells and two iron bars WAre almost everedIFar Gods Sake De 8uuthJi u We have answered this cry in our new book Fighting the Traf fib in Young Girls by Earnest A Bell U S District Attorney Sims and others The most sensational indictment of the White blave Trade ever published It tells how thousands of young girls are lured from their homes annually and sold into a life of shame The Cincinnati Enquirer says 1I0f all the books of the season the War on the White Slave Trade is the most helplul j it should be read by every man woman and child Agents are making from 8 to 17 day selling this book Over 500 pages Many pictures Price 150 Best termr to agents forwardf ing charges sent to any address post paid upon receipt of price Address James E Sharkey Secretary 228 Plymouth Court Chicago fARM FOR SALE Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creek Allefenced and ctpaafenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard ever lasting fine water j 5room dwell ling house hallo and porches also tenant house For the next thirt days this farm will be offered at bargain Possession given Janu ary 1 1910 For further particu lara address ELLSWORTH LACY R- RNo1 Rardin Il- lDR O H WILLIAM FIT8ICIAN 1MB IU1GIOX HAZEL GREEN KY Oder kit profetUona service to the oltiI seas 01 Huel Green and arroaadiog coQEf try cad will answer all calla of aMletioa Once at kU reaUtae adidaiaf HueI reeD Bank 0 KO- BENotary SWELL Public STILLWATER YM edictEtap isasfcoalurvlewadiuaaa r 1NllifpttM s1uitsits I1 NMrsys r t 1 L KENTtJCKY=EEfflSTBES Cartdlly Ciliated lilt ftMiMlyC- lTMiclML William Hall colored accidentally shot and killed his wife at Falmouth re cently with a shot gun supposed to be unloaded In the local option election held last week in Hancock county the drys woo by a majority of 800 Three yeaR asp I the drys woo by 400 majority r I Sarah June Craft at the age of 18 years has taken unto herself a third husband in the penoa of a youth a few months her senior in Letcher county The bride has been divorced twice While digging a post hold near his home three miles west of Stamping Ground in Scott county J W Hall uncovered a valuable vein of ore con taining a large percentage of lead and a small percentage of silver The Breckinridge News tells of a man who Iin the father of thirtyone children He was married four times and there IU fortythree years between the first and thirtyfirst child There seems to be no race suicide in that llocality Statistics show that Garrard county is the largest hemp growing county in the United States and Boyle county in secoad There are 23000 acres of hemp raised in the Uuited States and 20000 of that acreage iis found in Kentucky Dr J R Shell of Louisville who recently purchased the stuck of J Bran ham and Geoiye Waydrlotte of Louis ville iu the mining pnwpecta for barytes near Georgetown has struck a fourfoot vein of zinc and another almost as large of silverJ Brown was perhaps fatally in jured and Larry Shang ea+ instantly killed by being run over by an engine at Somerset They were boiler makers from Cincinnati and had been working fin the Q do C shops but had quit work fto return home The cornerstone of the Old Masons Home at Shelbyville was last week laid with imposing ceremonies by John H Cowles Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky The Home is the only one of the kind in Kentucky and will accommodate 60 persons NewtMasonau 18yearoldfadoncoun- ty boy committed suicide last week by shooting himself in the head with a pistol About four years ago he accident ally killed a boy friend while bunting and this had preyed on his mind ever sinceThe little twoyearold son of Max Mandel of Louisville toppled over into a candy backet filled with water and was apparently drowned as a physician who was hastily summoned pronounced the child dead Two policemen came along and resuscitated the child and it will recover Last Febiuarv a local option election was held in Nicbolasville and on the face of the returns the wets won but the election was contested The board of contest decided in favor of the wets and an appeal was taken Last week Judge Benton of the Circuit court again decided in favor of the wets Dr W L Nuttall former superinten dent of the State Feeble Minded Insti tute who was tried for lunacy after his indictment at Frankfort last year for iJ detaining a female inmate of the insti vI tote against her will has beendischarged from the asylum as cured and it devel oped that the indictment against him iwas dismissed in April on motion of the commonwealths attorney Tha charge of being accessory to the murder of Alma Kellner in St Johns 1church fu Louisville last December against Mrs Lena Weridling wife of missing janitor was dismissed last by the prosecuting attorney No theiito the whereabouts of Joseph whom the coroners jury charged the crime has been discovered ihas undoubtedly left the country BigI IAccused of the murder of Wm bertson agent for the C do O at South Portsmouth Mrs Sarah gins and Fred Ferguson were placed o trial the second time at Gray too last week The woman it iia alleged lured Fergusony v juadisagreed The woman was sentenced to eight years as accessory to to the crime Reports from various section of theI bluegrass are to the effect that soma fa- cetera have lost heavily in cattle as a re snit of clover bloat which seems to- more be prevalent this year thap for many years Thin season white clover has made its appearaaca in abaaBce its rapid growth being due to the eatieasely wet weather of the past month The eating of the clover by cattle daring wet weather causes theta to swell and ia may cases die and the losses in silk cows and cattle have bees heavy this seasea according to reports WiwtofrJU vacs 8000 raiUoaiI tow 4Ur r0tf at HAM OHM aTp I P4r v J ITho KindYou eve Always Bought and which hu Juse for over SO years has borne the signature andllas eenmade1lDdcr1Wi per MJ sonal supervision since its Infiuacy 5 w KC AIlowno one todeeo1ve youia tJd AU Counterfeit Iraitatioas and Jutaasfood are Irat Experiment that trifle with aadeadaager tie health rf Infants and Cauldren Experience against Erperiaeat What Is CASTORfACas- toria I fe a harmless substitute for Castor gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pl ODicontains neither Opium Morphine nor o substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Warms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea sad Wien Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the e Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINECASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of I The Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years twt itNTYL yo TY rVaq BmCCT MCW PO WTV crrI AUCTION AUCTION I I I SATURDAY JULY 21910 commencing at 10 oclock a m Big Bargains in Dress Goods Ladies ReadyMade Skirts Underwear etc A nice line of Hosiery Neckwear and Belts Ribbons and MillineryGoods- sold right at cost Laces and Embroideries Scarfs and many other things will be on sale at this auc tion which is for the purpose of closing out goods bought during last season and making room for next seasons goods DO NOT FAIL TO COME TO THIS AUCTION Cash must be paid within three days after purchase MAPEL 5 TROY v V John H Pieratt Auctioneer r STEP INTO iMISS FALAY LONGS Millinery Parlors 1andexamine her NEW SPRING LINE noOF aLadiesHats Ladies Furtu Notions etc etc i DJ ICEYti Proprietor of Hickeys cafe y No 224 W Short Street si X S Io y ll1 J p PT AfalcAis nEATEST WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADETO- LEDO OHIO NewspaperCIRCi1LLfOL 200000 i Popular In Every State t The seventyfourth year of its existence findi the Toledo Blade more popular than at any period of 1U remarkable caner It is BOW read each week by more than a CmilUon people Its field is not circnm acv bed by State boundaries but inTolres the length and breadth of the United States giving It an unquestionable right of claim- Ing to be the Ireatestnatlonal weekly new a paper in the country The Weeklr Blade It distinctly a family t aewapsper The ODe oblect oCits pubUlhen his always been to make It fit for the Amer tan home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this to kept clean and wholesome The news oftke world is handled in a com prehensile manner and the rations depart- meDts of The Blade see edited with pains taking care The Household page is a de i lI lIt to the women and children i current affairs are treated editorially without preju Y dice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greating number of fie tion loyen the Question Bnreau is a scrap book of information the Farmstead col umns are conducted with the purpose otr giving the patrons a medium tor the ex change of ideas and Information on farm topics No department is neglected bu every feature II taken care of with the idea of making The Blade worth many times the price of subscription one dollar a year Sample copies mailed free Address ITHE LADE Toledo Ohio 1KILLTHCOUCH Il0 CURE THE LUNC8 il JWITH Dr Kings 1HawF Discovery FOR CgUCH Me PBICB 9100 Trill few fm AM AlL TNlHT lIIITIOUILEI s sOzxom JlA6uJa Aaro Ita WiltonastBI IIIL WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEBSPOOS Pres W R SPHAB Cashier Paid Up Capital i 10000000 17000009tHandsome Deposit of over i t i 00000000 This bank solicits the accounts o i merchants farmers traders and bus mesa sea generally throughout East eta Kentackr and offers its custom tyandthemostliberalt l- ateg 4 t WE eUY oo I 1 F s- IRpaguaalsririNaedub I ti ill MfWsk itt 4lrsWkkL- SLLL tsraSsh stt1S u1ltw- idfaiatilt II GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moi reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when BOrequested Pablid patronage it respeotfally solicited jfrtf OEO RICE j Wi PrInt Sll Sid- w I TIII 4 at we es hstila ail at Jih ttlNsraihe1jwaatl e CIJI i =tic U d IM we 1farset sas JIll 1M II rr 11 jr v EIeOti1Icwlw Z ZiYaa 1t kYe More lttIIIJtthan 100 III were pawed by the Assembly went intoeff night Jane 18 There are a good I many of them of great importance There will be hundreds of thousands of dollars saved to the state because the hung jury will be a thing oi the past a thing not heard of The jury in the future will pats upon the guilt or inno cence of the aocuzed and the judge will fix the sentence The new ante that became laze arePermitting the commingling of tobacco Amending the school laws ap plicable to cities of the first elate Empowering regular judges to be special jjudges- Authorizing the incfetermiuate sentence Concerning waterworks of cities of the first class taat Providing for the recording of agreements of pooling crops Providing for a Hospital Commission in cities of the first class Providing for legal holiday October 19 Colamburi Day Providing for industrial scHools and the regulations thereof Providing for the duties and powers of the Board of Health of the state and making an appropri ation therefor Providing for the printing of the reports of the Court of Appeals HighSohoolProviding for an appropriation for the Home of Incurables Providing for one of the state penitentiaries to be changed into a reform school Providing for the parole of con victsProviding for the reassignment and classification of cities Providing for a penalty for drinking of intoxicating liquors on conveyancesMaking unlawful and fixing a penalty thereforChanging the dates of holding courts in the Thirtyfourth Twen tysixth and Twentyseventh Judi cial districts Providing for the holding of elections to determine whether or largeFixingProviding a penalty for mistreating dumb animals regIstration Fixing compensation for the clerks of Senate and House supplementaI Creating Library Commission provlding companiestoCreating the Tax Revision Com moneytorexpensesProviding fund for the Governor Appropriating 50000 for the completion of work on the Oapitol groundsMaking an appropriation for the Confederate Home- Making an appropriation for the SocietyforProviding for coguardianship tof children by parents Refunding inheritance tax Creating a Bureau of Vital Sta tistics Providing for the electrocution of criminals where death sentence is InfliotedIProviding for the sale of un claimed freight Creating Pharmacy Board and defining jpowers and duties thereof Regulating tenement houses in cities of the first claw Providing for the manufacture of hog cholera serum establishing a pointRegulating and mining and providing for Jlifesaving ap paratus for miners levytaxJ Changing date for holding court I in Sixth Judicial district Regulating tin holding of Cir I bait ooarta in cities of the second and third olasees MAkIng an appropriation for the Kentucky Noraaal and Indus trial Institute Regulating the control of mines I BIPron8iD1fortraIWM of aoaiII sail aad Marfaariea Providing for the ooaiHiOa felt of foreraateat tor cities of tae peeoad claw- Providing for the eesxlsaiiaiioa of cities of tfourth JM for t railroad Prittdlacyasn aft1 f+t Ia3luo U warty a NiIt Mw 1411 liii frfiweTgbmaVai Mines for benefit of the employee o- JR88otaingjtthe farlhef pool of farm prodnctB Fixing the time of holding court in the Twentyninth Judicial dis riot Making the practice of abortion a felony and fixing a penalty therefor Regulating the appointment or election of town marshals in sixth class cities Amending code of criminal prac tine Changing time of holding Cir cuit court in the Eighth Judioi districtCreating a sanitary board for the prevention of disease among animals jailersChanging court in the Nineteenth Judicial district Regulating the payments from the road and bridge fund Amending law in regard to m chanics1 lien- Changing time of holding court in the Second Judicial district Changing time of holding court in tbe First Judicial district Increasing salary of the Ser geantatArms of the Conrt of Ap peals Prohibiting the destruction offish with gull loaded with w bullets Adjusting the salaries of the InspectorsLegalizing marriagesRegulating nofin cities of the first class Providing for interestbearing warrantsAmending law in regard to Circuit clerks fees- Appropriation for statue forisUeneral John H Morgan at Lex ingtonProviding InspectorsProviding Ie responsible for the condition dependent children Amending dependent child law Amending landlord and tenant lawRegulating the convertmeut of corporationsAmending compulsory attendance of children in schools Providing for the registration of automobilesAmending acknowledgment and conveyance laws- Amending water supply law cities of the second class CityAssessor000 population Amending child labor law Amending local option law regard to license Providing for the registration nurses and creating a Board ExaminersProviding for the protection of religions assembles such as ca meetingsProviding for an Inspector of Weights and Measures Recording land contracts Giving cities of the third class systemlProvIdingf assessment of members of fire in companiesProviding turnpikes re2nlationfireFixing punishment for the adulteration I of food and drugs Prviding for an apptopriation Ii BlindProvidingthe School for the Deaf tHousesProviding that interest on ae lums warrants be refunded Providing for the investment of stock of insurance companies Regulating assessment UleandI companiesRegulating proceedings i libelChanging tintrict taxatioinD Regulating the improvement of citiofRegulating corporations desiring to do trust banking and tit guaranty business IiplOhoolacLIncreasing salary of Governors RteaogTapher Increasing salary of the eare tary of the Board of Control Increasing salaryJ of clerk hire of Librarian Permitting exchange of pMa saaeitti1 eertiftates j elee4iacoolg Ofeaagiag tale of aoldiaf Cir I east court is Ute Thirty tinTwentythird and Twentyioar l I tlct1iroringfoitsaeporaryfliego f eaaty eomatisMperaf oftee FfavMiBf tWoaet I Va Ml MsV B s s 1RfaJ9V P sT V1ftaMiafc I flsMAksls s BlBBaaaai ala Asaaft Jfmmmmr 9iy c iWa BF fl PV thtLDyoaibufg schools prngviding that 10 per cent wades of laborers be not exemrt Regulating the pooling of farm products Allowing county to purchase roads and highways Limiting hours of work of me chanics and laborers on public works Regulating keeping up of stock on islands in the Mississippi river Fixing wharfs of stock of fire insurance companies at 10 or more alTatarysleii DUetTtriff mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavy ma obtuse telegrams without wires terrible war inventions to kill men and that wonder of wonders Dr Kings New Discovery to save life when threatened by coughs colds la gripne asthma CroIl bronchitis hemorrhages hay fev leaeg trouble For all bronchial affec tions it has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surest James M Black of Asheville C R R No 4 writes it cured him of anobstinate cough after all other remedies failed 50c and 100 A trial bottle free Guar anteed by all dealers edBdtcatieulllYwilYth Dear Mr CooperEditor HERALD Nothing affords me any greater pleasure than to see a copy the dear old HERALD coming into our home on a Friday afternoon It is perused over and overtime and again until every item noticedAnd proud to see so many correspondents from the differen part of the country I can see ofwhere my schoolmates visit friends and their promotion in business life which gives me sweet thoughts of the time past when I was in school among them at dear old Hazel Green I must say I enjoyed my school while in Hazel Green and that I shall ever be ready to speak for the school and people of Haz Green Academy Also that I was very much ben efitad by being a student there Again I wish to say that I am incoworker in the cause of education and shall ever be ready to eay something that wil interest some or girl 44When I look around and see mach idleness woe and wise r inon the account of ignorance causes a deep regret that there are ofno more people interested in the ofwelfare of their children than there are Yes we are told that our people aPn possessed great Our dearold state ranks about 43 in the union in the standard I education Why is this We have secured high schools academies and colleges throughout the eta that are doing splendid work But the cause iSJ our people dont take enough interest in the rural schools They keep their children out of schools on account of partyism etc And as long as this is carried out our people will not advance to a great extent Now may God grant that the people of Eastern Kentucky awake to the duty they owe to their chit dren and their neighbors children and help them in the grit frog gle of getting an education haveythe power to select and elect the trachea to instruct their children get the very bematerial in their country Get those who are am ply equipped and qualified for then work in which they are engaged Do aot pick Bp some one on ac tcount of relationship Now may the rural schools be better equipped with teachers books house and grounds than they are and mayeyoung people press for wart in the grand work and may- I out people become highly educated and ready to meet the opportuni ties afforded theme Thanking you for past favors land best wishes to you and the KentaokyIr JAMES S TESTER Landsaw Ky A VMUII frttt MM attractiveBatwithout = her be lovoly in face form o rtemper woillConstipation and kidney poisoae show in pimples blotcbee tljtt eniBtioos drat wretched car peai B Bat BleelrieBittert ith iMji prove a gcdsend to WOSMB ntlIrl8nliver and kiiwya pmrif v the bloei girdfttltsg gtir es qll yeti 5ftt t fnNr a tfN Gel Well r If you are sick you wish to get well dont yore Of course you do You wish to be rid of the pam uijtj misery and be happy again J If your illness is caused by female trouble y can quickly get the right remedy to get well It- CardUi 3 This great medicine for women has lieved or cured thousands of ladies suffering you from some female trouble TAKE CARDUltI Jt For Womens Illsreridlra Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for serai years Read her letter about Cardai She writes Z was ikk fat d seven years with female trouble Every month I would veryaei m tf die with my head and back I took 12 bottles of Cardui dad itNAT ALL DRUG STORE fill InJUSTREOOV InA CAR LOAD OF 11 Infl I1iOBe FumUnre ana 8fOI880 S1 In Anything from a Chair to a Complete Suite 1iU We have the nicest line of DRESS ft GOODS in town CJSoiesette Silks 4iU and all the latest Cloths t elu J T DAYS RACKET STORE 8trTHE HAZEL GREEN BANSaa ltHY Total J3f J The Following Is a list of Stockholders Who Own and Cootrotlti E F Cecil farmer Hazel Green H E Oney lumber mTr Bose Fork QretaJR A Kash farmer Gillmore J F Wilson live stock dealer Dapboro O W Cecil farmer Hazel Green F H Smith banker New Castle Ben Murphy farmer Hazel Green Mrs Mary E Smith New Castle GreeoISample FM Phillips farmer Hazel Glean B BI Patton Hazel Green J II Cecil farmer Hazel Green J T Wbaley carpenter Hazel Greea GreentoVf L Hunt lawyer Campton Mire Lula M Evans Swords Creek Yt E F CECIL PRESIDENT J S RITTENBOU8E VICE PKEHIDMT R H PATTON CASHIEB B IlAZELGREENACADEMYI Mountain School of t Christian Womans Board of Missions A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered wkWl extends throughtthe Wintei and Spring Terms SCHOOL EXPENSES T Tuition foJermof eevenwee k 8 fiPQfl Good Board per week 2 CQ rFurnished Room Light and Fuel Free to yoai For further particulars address M Qi OAKTEE x THE R KRISH COMPAN jRCam KMtuckj wlNI A1 If Drj Goods add Notioalt 1 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