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I r JTHAZETJ GREEN HEHAIAL0 Established Hareh 4 1886 XadelssashaUtlettoryofJcaatlu BIaPemtIeatfby MarOBell 0 yOwsersadflP RtCEB COOPEB Editor Ie The Oldest Most Popular Most Widiiy Cinuliitd ud Most QuoUd Paper intht Kentucky Mountains tooI aYwrw lAmIIit lI1iYBcIlfi2TWENTYFIFTH u Lixiniton aid Eastern Railways TiB table la Eflect Jus 21 HOI WEST BOUN- Dss No3 No5 STATIONS Dailyex Dailyand Suu1y rv Sunday Sunday AMLve pWLve AWLve 6 10 sm I 20 plL 700 aID Jackson 1 25 715 am e7rm s 20 pm 754 am OJCJnnC16 30 am S 41 pm 815 am 45 am S lI6 pm S26 am 48 am 5 67 pn 82ts am 8 15 4 26 pm 8M am Clay LtEJaacn aKaSOD City 8 900 25 amII 435 07 pm pm 1UU3 9U2 am am 1012 am 209 12Win pm Lexton tear 955 6 05 IU25 am EAST BOUND FK1o4exSTATIONS Daily Dail Sunday 8 mday PM LnAtlJye735 astLexington 00425 pm Wwdner 20 S 13 amm YU2 38p uful1cion a 26 pm 2 4S pm f Vol amto3 5U PM 40 Clay City 9 am S 58 Upm wnJunt 9 38 m1- U a 4 30 pal Camp 4 35 pm 57 Nat ridge 51II 4S am 56 am62Torrent147 pm d2 1U lU 17am14eauyrCJc610 pm 70 1116 am- I 6 05 urn W OKJnncn II 11 20 amto psiw Jackaon IH CONNECTION- SL dt E Janciloa =llnn NOl land- will make connecuon with the C 4 OBy- for i Ml Sterling CAXlTOK J ui cIONTrains NOl 1 2 Sijid 4 connect with the Mountain Central By tur Pine Ridge and Camptun UKATTYViaJt JUCLTtONlr DI No2 Wmakc connecuon at BeattyTille June with the L and A iiailway tor puaengera I t Md front BeattyTUle 0tK JuNCr1uN Trains Non Sand 4 comect with the Ot K Kailwar lor local atatioas OB the O d Al Kailway W A AlcDOWtJJ UeneraiUaBajer C14A11JlCUTTUenPua Agent IHio0 IQM Railway lime Table May 21 I9OB WESTBOUND I SI I cl No21 3Ji STATIONS = Daily ex- c1ay HIUU1y PM ABB 0 27 PM Ana 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 11 HeIecbawa 20 12 19 4 A 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 HaaptoB 11 11 51 5 52 22 WilbBrst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAKJnnctioB 0 11 15 y 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 Ie Ie No22 Daily ex 0 STATIONS a Daily Sunday u- 8ul1ay eMLvaPM Lva 710 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Heleckawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 824 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wflhnrst 20 1 51 925 1 OKJ ction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Noi31 and 22 will make close connectioi at OK Junction with Nos 3 And 4 for points or the Lexiagtoa and Eastern Railway M LCONLEYS8perlateatlest iuIiji11iIIJllIa No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600 a a1Campton1130 a m 2OOpmCampton 600 p m- No2 No- 1L1BIVEDBPLBT780 amCaiBpn JunclO 05 am pmyThe Mountain Caotral makes f eoanaetioa wlk all L E pass leDger trains FRUIT AID ORMAyEITAL L l TREES T lI krr f fiCIAll UWK ui QA10IN lIE IIUIOISijiWIEIIYPlAITS VI Aitftti fnt Ctttlifmii H F HILLElfMEYEB It SONS E LEXINGTON KY AY HOUSE D Hazel Crn Ky Kra LJY s4Z Frrrtr- I i 4 11 foe Ie ltuu tarea g ==1IC w li 11IfJ fo Uafl T3B Bto ii COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral w aUr1r JSrf111 yon ogHceinterest irltlofbuineuallyJill S7 CONSOLATION of T M Lee and wife visited Andy Blankenship and wife Sunday George Oldfield one of our mss ter farmers is harvesting a field ot very fine wheat Dan Davidson of Daysboro pasded through here Saturday en route for Hazel Green Jim Bush and wife visited tbeir son 1tllaw Will Havens and fam ily cn Fills branch Sunday John Oldfield is continuing his calls on the Nickell fork lie iis happiness personified of late George Dyer and family of the Tyler branch were visiting Will iam Blankenship and wife Sunday Luther Oldfield and Rodney Gillespie two of our wouldbe wooers attended church at Days of boro Sunday Jim Young of Gillmore who has been visiting among friends at Ezel passed through here en route home Sunday Coon Arnett of Hazel Green was delightfully entertained by his best girl Miss Lucy Gil lespie Sunday Troy Jordan was on the Marphy iil fork Sunday and took in the meet ing and came home with the blues Whats wrong Troyt4Aunt Nancy Swango of Swan has been althedays returned home SundaypMrs Frank Elam and son Melw va jare visiting the formers par eDt Rev C W I Pugh and wife near Jackson They will be gone for an indefinite length of timeg Some of our boys attended the meeting on the Murphy fork Sat I urday night and Sunday They report a fairsized crowd and excellent sermons Rev Doc Stam per and Bro Raauick being the gospel xpoundeutiRev Johnny Barker the widely known preacher of the Stillwater neighborhood will preach at our schoolhouse next Sunday Wt would be pleased to see a large crowd attend as Mr Barker is a very flueutspeaker and worthy of being heard To promote the cause of religion morals and the good of our community in general we would be delighted if our citi zens would get interested and orsganize a Sunday school Fathers and mothers which do you con sider the best to plan for the up building of your children or allow them to gad around incessantly June 27 SNOOKUMS Xarrilati Di cT ritB mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavy ma chine telegrams without wires terrible war inventions to killr then and that wonder of wonders Dr Kings New Discoverytos- ave life when threatened by coughs colds Ja gripne asthma croup bronchitis hemorrhages hay fever and whooping coughs or lung t trouble For all bronchial affec i tiling it has no equal It relieves instantly Its the surest cure James M Black of Asheville N ii- C RR No 4 writes it cured him of an Obstinate cougb after all remedies failed 50o and tJOQJ anteed by all dealers JMrsJ 1I5 Mrs John Fyffe is very low with i consumptionWatt of W Liberty is at the point of death with measles The little daughter of John Wright very ill at this writing ihMzSmth passed through ea 1 r ute to West Liberty Wednesday Miss Eister Elam was a gues of FrankAElaa and family Wed nesday night Bob Rain and family woil oiA S Rli k twdwlf- oGIs R Iwiwl ir liNJfIiiJl i l Misses Ida Pelfry and Easter Elam Satsrday nighc Mrs Addte Haney and little sos are visiting her broths W T Lewis on War creek Mrs Kate Lowe Mordica has been visiting her mother Mrs Lizzie Pelfry onLaeycreak- M J Elate of War creek was visiting his daughter Mrs John Burcbwell Saturday and Sunday As I have just been reading TUE HAZEL GREEN HERALD and like it fine I 1houghtTtoould write a few lines Mesdames Susie Pelfry and Dora Williams of Floresr werb Visiting their parents Saturday night and SundayDennie Lowe and Clay Williams Goodsey were visiting friends and relatives on YVar creek Satar day and Sunday 4 A well behaved crowd attended churchat War creek Sunday The services were conducted by Rev W L Gevedon of Grassy June 27 JUNEBUO A Ywua 6nmt uses how to saksivhenelf attractive Buttwitbouthealt1i it is hard for her to be lovoly in face form or A weak tjlckly woman will be nervow and irritable Constipation a kidney poisons in pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched com But Electric Bitters al ays prove a godsend te woaen who want lieMthr beauty and friends TheY regajate stomach liver and kidneys purifv the blood strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion good health Try hem500 at all dealers FtLLrMANCH Willie Havens baby boy is on lick list wits spinal trouble Mrs Floyd Havens is suffering with oonsasjaptioa at this writing Jeff Couch of Elmore was the guest of Kale Coach and family WednesdayFlem of Panama was a guest of Clareuee Havens and sis ter Vergie Satarday Prof Fugates singing school is well patronized by the beautiful birds in this vicinity Willie McGuire of Bonny rode the Masonic goat forrthe first time at a mHnting ni the Masons at the chapel Saturday night Lost strayeor stolenone dark iron gray kcbakirtFor further partieBlatvcal 1atit address Henry or Clay Murphy Dopey sheriff Brown assisted by a nuansmed Hall tried to ar est Bathos Casket for felony He resisted at once aud one of the of ficers had to shoot killing him in tautly Sam Wilson haajsafc finished lie painting on Kels Cpaoks residence Sam wu at his best on this job with its apple green body and white trimming It will bear inspection by tie mot critical eye Sam goes to Tpliver next Kelse Coach informed the writer he attended the meeting held n Murphy fort Sunday and that he saw Evangelist John Murphy Rev Green Browns feet Surely thin was a anif fitation of love One thing about Johns he never lets poetics or resin ion interfere with his ekuroh work June 27 POET Utcate aeP or Mjt saved the life of my ohUd JJ lire the isxpK 8 shonei toll hear every day about Gkamberlainy Cpli Ckekira as- Dit4Yrlialei iReiiesly Thisiri 1 trae the irorld otewifewr this talaable lattedltceat Na other medicine m use for diarrboja or bewehtwolsipllrslaaaSreceir sach general apwroyal Thereat f thert1NNrOf 8M i Wif tea-M rIf t 1 yL CILLMOR- EEB Little ii somewhat better at this writing J W Burcham and family call ed on Della Nickell Sunday eVen ing x J C Lmdon of Can pton was in this section Friday and Satur day attending to business Good services were connected here Sunday by Rev JameeJMad den A large crowd attended Frank Hatton was a pelt of J W Burctram and family Sunday We think the attraction was a LillieAmong those who attended the meeting here from Paxton were Misses Stella and Bettie Shackel ford and Claud Vest June 27 DAISY In Till We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward tor any cue of Catarrh that can not be cared bY Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O- We the nndenigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 year and believe him perfectly honorable in all bniines transactions and finanincially able to cany out any obligations made by hit firm WaLDINo KINzwtMAIIVIlf Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure ia taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonial sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by Druggists Take HaUs Family Pills loreonatipatl- enMURPHY J M Murphy sold to Asa F Murphy six hogs at IS par owt R L Motley has had the tele phone connected with his residence Wendell Murphy visited friends and relatives at Mt Sterling re centlyP Spence visited his brothar A L Spence near Mt Sterling receatly Mrs JC Murphy and son Clar once were visiting relatives at this place recently Mrs Bruce Turner and sou of Mt Sterling visited Dr A B Nickell and wife last week C N Nickell has resigned his position with Van Doren Hard warecompany and is now at home plowing corn Last Sunday was Children Day at Pine Grove and a large crowd was iu attendance The children acquitted themselves nicely June 27 GUESS If you are not satisfied after using according to directions two thirds of a bottle of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets you can have your money back The tablets cleanse and invigorate the stomach improve they digestion regulate the bowels Give them a trialand get well Sold by all dealers SEULARS Georgia Tipton called on Golda Tipton Sunday Harlan McClure passed through this vicinity Saturday Grover Asbury attended church at Cannel City Sunday Bill Roberts visited Mr Jon nings Sunday afternoon Hecekiah Jennings itedhome folks Saturday and Sundayr Curt the little son of Mrs Liz zie Spencer is ill at this writing Kitty Osboine was a guest of Mrs C A Nickell Saturday night Quite a crowd was entertained at the home of E Skeins Sunday Willie Byrd filled his regular appointment at Jim Tiptons Sun day Joe Osborue was calling on Or yule and Orla Spencer Saturday night Miles Nickell was calling onbia daughter Clara Hollon i one day recentlyKitty Otborn was callingon MolUeaod3ulla Skeiaa SatMday afternoon Mrs S P Wilson was culling pa Mrs Henry Osborna Saturday afternoon SoutkDtsssper and Mr iBoy4 tick dinner with Mr Jwaings last Wednesday Mrs data UGIId little non 01t1MtrllK on MiHi NwK ell Moaalla J n Jane sib twat EJUs WttyltuMrvl4N1L- s l J Mrs Douoitf Basterliugand Mrsf Walter Tipton were calling ou Minnie Tiptou Sunday Henry Osborne and 8 P Wilson andwife enjoyed dinner with Mor ris Wilson and wife Sunday Morris Wilson and wife and Sel don Cellinsworth were guests of E Skeins and family Saturday nightMrs Jane Long Aunt Betsy Amyx and Beatrice Long were calling on Mrs C A Nickell Sat urday evening Ollie Nickel wife and little son Ernest spent Saturday an l Sunday with his brotherinlaw South Stamper June 27 VIOLET Kept IUKiaI At Hoae For the past yeacwe have kep the King of all laxative Dr KinKs New Life PiUlIin our home andI they have proved a blessing to allI our family writes Paul Mathul ka of Buffalo N Y Easy but sure remedy frr all stomach liver and kidney troubles Obly 250 at all dealers SIMPSON Corn hoeing is the order of the day in this section Mal very Turner was a guest of Miss Maggie Dunn Sunday Mrs R L Turner hat been on the sick list for the path week Mrs George Taylor of Lee City attended church here Sunday Miss Stella Taylor spent Satur day night with Clara HouuahaJl i Sam H Hurst was visiting his HamptonJuedaySundayScott Turner sold his farm to R L Turner but we did not learn the price Mils Clara Wilson visited ker grandparents at Let City Saturday and Sunday Rev H Taylor delivered alt in terestiug sermon to a large congre gation here Sunday John and Kelly Chapman o Cannel City were calling on home folks Sunday evening The freight train wrecked neat here Thursday upsetting tour load ed cars but no one was injured TarBertwhobaabeeoI past few dajn returned home Saturday Quite a crowd waa entertained at the home of Lucy and ienas Swimm Sunday with some fine music Mrs Charley Sweeney andlittle daughter PearlYisited hetdangh ter Mrs J J Landrum a few days recently June 27 BONNIE GIRL Remedyisare not satisfied after using tw thirds of a bottle according to di reotioas your money will be re trySoldSTAGY FORK triptoSeldon Collimworth was eeen going in the direction of Sellars Saturday The attraction is a Rose I guess singjug Walters at the Squire Nickell school house Sunday A large crowd attended the ball game between Caney creek and Barton forkon Burton fork last Sunday The score was 19 to 1 iu fvor of Caney creek June 27 LIBERTY TOLMTKR Corn hoeing is the order of the day A large crowd attended harch at this place Aquilla HadfUxiBeot SatoMay i night with Emma Lariram Byrd McNabb and wife atteaded meeting at Pins Grove Sandajr Willie Catron waay Aj gEgst of Raleigh and Dotsie pta auet farday night c He S arpesaMeraaa Mtr8wrlingtaod psr iwtsk- pair I of riles lQD8 ZJ 1RLiftt Btasli exs J W r f f uf oDAtwat l sib I Ate to i1 P J= tCXIE w B rinrhleweatftiRitiilliisn one day recestly Miss Winnie Btootr wat of MfssEtlrel JoKnsooj eiEt Green Saturday jafght J H Trimble and wife tttlv VisitingDr A C Nieteirauiwifs at Hazel Green sanest i Mort Wilson of Graasy oreek passed ferAagkitlief gsjartay on his usual trip to SHUiHUsr Hisses Maggie and 5BktfCkil dnra werecalltng on MIsVMtteiiU and B wlLhTrfmbl day lTaylor Center and wifto Pleaa ant Hill were visiting the latter narents Newton Maloney and1 wife Saturday night and Sauday i Miss Louie Rose daogbterdrj daystwas and she iu now able to bEtI lMvem againMrs ri Roe Nickell Mrt lI thinsMcClure and Mrs Clau Dar s1l little daughter Lucille allofjfa zel Green spent one day tooettiy Eat the home of W S Trimble Mrs Elbert Sample oCMQiil gomery county who hsav bee is sting her daughter Mrs CltftiB Rose on this creek for tke fiJit week left for her borneteday Chnt Taylors fnnbFalRil = be preached the fifth Sunday iarjsly Services will be conductedbyViSro Baul of Berea and others ainika graveyard Dinner will bee rWad- in the shades near the gray ard Ira Day and family who left here about five tntaKo for 3 bfiddletownOhiolrlst ttilit i ai KentuckyiMIraC money off the bushes brfc lrtgot there June 27 BsBTncxVt ChamberlainSHui1JTt K er Tablets will braee BD the nerws banish sick headacbeiprevent 4e spondeuoyandTnvigtcrratetkaWkolai system Saltibyl UIdga118raV fuiM1iE iJ B Rose bought of A PTol iver a fine calf for 112 yt N J Basset and wife saadvft business trip to Good wins kapel Fridayyvpfrientlti d y unti Sunday A large crowd of our bong and girls took inHb S n ayrti6ol picaio at Pine GroreSwoiay The sogmj school at 811 +IL40+ sy ic progreaaing messy srllwkfrom Murphy fork Tinted it Ssai K day among them beiag Mia ea tlRoseA large crowd attefioted meetiM r a Murphy forks Bbie7r lsMig V them we noticed JAXd aJtf isMt ifto per did the preaohibgi June 27 GcBintf oN OASTORiX + Ifs IaMi Ir r TkilY ttot J i n Bears the Signa uroof T NQLAI rJFarojjDg iartbor6 r otfrTlfaJ 1 W FiAlexanierjwent to ifa+f boro recently onbuines llMC MrsiA O Peyton Jlisitsiwr son Charley eytou Iapi ly blOMrs J H SebMtiaii hroegh here toddy enrol- Qu e 1 e7a oJo1dJtttIlutbi- attended 6h rck at Ad rt ii Mrs May lea ofWUlktMl ltejhere1ga6eencNilti rrlcLQa118tbttQestgi rwthsr J HonoSat 1 r- G1tq IS RHnd1I 8fT fIa szHz Krli Y i lME- Rl lrrh7MII 1 HT tlihllii 10 u ftt 4e t l I iFSEcHERAL II KntcrrOattlio llnrel Grufii i otaossueooudetaamatter ttt j SPENCER COOPER Edit i HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY June 30 1910 OBITUARIESTRIBUTESofHESPEand CaT ks i IubJ1 onlWOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID B RBDWIKE Judge Attytt deptberWOLFE COUNTY COURT W B DUFF Judge AtturneyROBERT Meets first Monday in each mouth t WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues day in October JAOISTRATES COURTS 4District Jo 1 Robert Rose mini Frit in March Juue eptfini er hull lice be- rDietrictNo2Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February May August and No vember District No 3T M Reynolds second Fri f day in February May August and No vember District No 4 Pavid Spencer first Fri y in March May August ami November District No 5 1restiiu llollon ecoiul day in March June September and n cember FritSfourthtDistrict No8John H Childers first Friday in February May August and No I vember COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE W SALLEY Sherifl J T CDTERAssessor I J C B LITTLEJailerJJ W JjJJ The first passenger airship to be inauguaated was put into service 7 last week by Count Zeppelin in Germany which flew a distance of 300 miles in nine hours and carried 4 20 passengersth ithei Society warns the public that a woman is going through the state soliciting funds for the home w is not employed by them and has no authority to collect Governor Judson Harmon of Ohio was last week unanimously nominated to succeed himself CiResolutionsing his administration and also boosting him for the next Demot cratic candidate for President The statehood bill allowing Arizona jii and New Mexico to become states has become a law and soonI two more stays will be added tojtI the flag which will then number 48 Alaska is the last remainingi territory out of which to make states unless by some means PortoI Rico the Philippines and the Ha waiian islands are brought under the constitution its r At a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee of the Tenth Congressional District held at Beattyville Mt Sterling was see looted as the place for a general1 convention to nominate a Demo H oratIo candidate for congress and the date was fixed at August 9I or County conventions to select dele ing gates to attend the districts convention were set for August G Paris green which had be- sprinkled on on the vines to kill the responsiblej which occurred suddenly at Earl ington last week The worn po were seized with a deathly illness shortly after eating the potatoes up and despite the prompt attention r given them death resulted Had tllyegatlODl the hags would hevekipd tie IJT tr1i It i r tA+ n Y Y Teachers Wages I I schooltIj weeks of much nooclod rest after a j torm of eight or nino months of tiresome mental and physicalI bor Mane persons who have I no experience in the teaching line seemto commonI commonrschool teacher whoso wages orfrom 25 to f40 per month out to make an independent fortunei in H short time Let such a Atop and consider what is expected of a teacher In the first place she is expected to bo well dressed atall tunes which is no em item of expense She is expec to buy all the latest books ndKind subscribe for all the popular e cational journals of the day ate loud teachers meetings whenever and wherever held and to ep e dTofrom threo to five wenks at an in stitute during her short vacation All these requirements are after ed by no small expense and the teachers who comply with them will find at the close of the year that thev have n very small p tion of their earnings to lay up fara a rainy day Do not uuderstand by the above assertions that such requirements are useless list when it has bee 80ruCOllle almost absolutely JKformeetings as those who have super vision over them shall appoint oflayboardof education and directors suchej wages as will enable them to- fey ate tend and have enough of their nrearnings left to last them untill the school term begins again Fighting the Trafficin Girl in We have just received a copy of the new book of the above ti just published by the Americani Supply Co of Chicago It should be in every householdnd read by all young girls who travel alone in search of work Wet4 herewith give a few excerpts fr 1 some of the leading journals of day Of all the books of the season e War on the White Slave helpfulbook Ieym anthewoman and child in America Cincinnati Enquirer by daughthom the dangers to which a lack of care to subjects their innocent and jut perieuced girls Here is a book that ought to be the by every decent citizen ofie America until its truths are burn in so deep that nothing but an reearthquake of popular sentiment of against it will be sufficient to ex indignationThe The ministry although dazed ofwere finally aroused to witcintion t1I1 Tribuueuis a book of records of cases who that have come under the personalco1 observation of the men and women who have written the matter con tained in 1 goWorldThis book gives a complete his you tory ot the white slave traffic theCftACE menace of it suggests means suppressionGalveston News Uncle Bill Schooler 0 The party referred to in the ar ticle below which is taken from 0 the Republican of Washington C Ohio was with THE HERA sometime in the 90s and the writ Y is glad to know that he is mak goad Several of our older citizens will remember him as jovial good humored and accom modating young man II Uncle Bill Schooler who has been associated with the RecordI Republican for the past eight months and who has made a largeI number of warm friends in thisI accepteden a Dunlap Poor If company of Greenfield and took the work yesterday While hieJI work will carry him over several states he will not consider t I proposition unless hecould ma city his headquarters and be back here at least once eft week Uncle Bill has made go odnwhile witb the Record and iis t of a man who if set sdr a eons in midocean would next e found in 11ilh JPJaPjQA h 4il l nIhat they RaY Push on Sing on Things will co I your way I helpInII i j your grit Dont give up hoping when the ship goes uedownhtGrab a spar or something just refuse to drown Dont think youre dying just because I jI oneyoure hit Smile in face of danger and hang to your grit Folks die too easy they sort of fastI trtellI mayhammluready To laugh at pain and trouble anti keep his grit the Good People of Wolfe Connty I am sure that if you knew how idmarry little orphan children are I in the Orphans Home at Cle City you certainly would ielp us feed and clothe them They are your own neighbors and the chil1 rdean of your friends There is n finer lot of children in Iemr tucky but they were homeless no d1 penniless They have no means of support except the gifts of good people There are between 20and in the homo entirely do upon charity for the ir bread Tho home itself w fAthe gift of two noble 00111 the south and is supported almost tunceheAnything they can eat or wear wi be most gratefully received an abundantly rewarded by the heavenly Father Surely the good people will not let these little ones thliug Any gifts may bn sent to Mr Virginia C Staples Clay City Ky 1 charge of the Orphans Home CryBtieFOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAI Sale of the L E Every statement seems to co firm the reports that the Lexiu and Eastern has been sold to fromillsaysthe a survey Lexington and Eastern railroad recently takeuIJwar by the Louisville and Nash ville is being made through this fetcher county entering thecoun at CorneEtsville and passing up north fork of Kentucky river this city and on into the great Elkhorn coal field I It is expected that this road will also be extended on into Virginia form connection with lyxj knerj fe head of the engineering corps hero and states that actual con atruction work will be begun iim mediately This road will tap one the richest coal and timber dis tricts in Eastern Kentucky baCome firmIKash Johnson Kash will1 R hdraw from the firm at an ear date it is absolutely imperative all accounts must be settled at once This is to notify all are indebted to shill firm to in and settle by note or ac count as they must be settled within the next 30 days Meantime will be sold cheaper than to let Mr Kash out and if want bargains NOW is YOUR Respectfully forKAaII JOHNSON KAsnJ 0 2 Health BetterTThan Wealth 1 at sad securevRITTENHOUSE RANCH or onehalf mile from Hazel Green Ky ed and drink the mineral water ofSwan j go Springs There are 24 rooms 3 i some bungalow style and rates are feet lessadie rmarket aorda Far further inter tnation write JOHN H PIERATT A SON HAZEL GUEKNr KY eon onlLghee HAZEL GREEN KY Sum TAYLOR DAY Proprietorb ASA I EWIlO Manager beTable 1 affordsRoomspleasanthetownIChLIVERY STABLE connection to accommodate the publicIfvebicjei OIltli ilATS ONJ I mm1 WMM K Wtf R MM m aill9 ah rMlti by ply sad Bbdfer Trooblfl themdiscourairesandlesseiisanibition ber i t i by in have mail vigor aim cneenui nws soon when kidneys are out of order or ills easLt1IKidney trouble become so tthat it is not unconi mon for a child to he born afflicted with ucak kidneys lethe child urinatestoo often if urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reach e age when it should be able to control theI passage it is yet afflicted with bedWet ting depend upon it the cause of the dim is kidney trouble and the first ep should bctowanls the treatmcl- ese t ofnmrlarLtntorgans This unpleasant ouble is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and not to a bit as most peope suppose Women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect Swamp Root is soon realized It is 0 druggists fifty cent and onedollar size bottles You by a sample free lIIayJJ pamphlet telling all = disappear the has prevalent ff the iabout Ji Iii IIYr many Hersmenial letters received from sutle I who found SwampRoot to 1be just theIj remedy needed In writing Dr IaImar sureofand mention this paper Dont make any fI istake but remember the name Dr ii Kilmers SwampRoot and the add Binghamton N1on every bottle SIj Subscribe for the IIEItAIJV SI u t BARGAIN SdI tcF1KIti to change location t J of the firm of Kash Johnson I Kah are determined to withdraw even ough they sacrifice the suck Itt i4I opportunity fur people who goods as everything will be sold at le prlit than any other merchant in IIlastMII ern Kentucky ran afford lilT NJW WHILE THE IKON h HOT Preferably however we will sell the entire stock invoiced iiou ennd ffixtures at a great sacrifice liThisI for any one who wishes lu engage in tOIl mercantile trade as our health will nut i permit us to continue Being on 1 J isnGrglNE ern j i AN AtOMIJS It jis on the spot where once stood the old Pieratt Hotel celebrated hostelry in its day famous 4 allover Eastern Kentucky We want to sell iu bulk and if vou1I t et us beltway we can make a dicker KASHt Respectfully yours j I By C F KASH FARM FOR SALE GtCIII Itnrm1 I I I 11laud11 days this farm will he offered at ajI I j rgain Possession given 1 ann ary 1 1910or further particuj lars address ELLSWORTH LACY No1 Kardin Ill j ELIM= I anddleo iImy barn in Duysboro at the low price 5 TO INSURE LIVING COLT Money due wheu the mare proves in 1 sat11bred to another horse or jack or tradedaway and a lien on the volt will be retain UlOneSIUUtt sorrel 10 hands inches high with white stockings on bind j He is years olt thisapring lIeed by Pat Washington a celebrated sad stallini ol Fnyette amarem DEMPSEYT- his fine young jack will make the at the same barn at 5 TO INSUREA LIVING COL horseDKMPSKYTi lIeisjennet and in 11I Browu Red Dempsey Breeders jackAllj shoultlallYaccideuts1 i C H WILLIAMS I1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY thesaecOnnIHaulf1Jt r A 1 r i GRAND EXCURSION TO FALLSuti Toronto Buffalo and Cleveland steamer poft Lake Erie aid LaKe Ontario MONDAY AUGUST 1 1910 ITINERARY OF TOUR 1tt MondayLeaved t Cannel City at 1Ot1 p m Jackson at 220 pm at all interin ial lIttiolill Leave Win Ittlr nt 5d11 P nt viz L ft X It 11111 incii llatl arriving nt R2i p m giv l of till J ZooJ2nd Leave cincinnati at 400 P m on special train of r i IlUCoUdjfi August jullmmi cars via Hi i lFont HOITK flee party rwill occupy 1IIIcIlHnie Stamlard Pullman Sleeping cars not Toniin Sleeper reservedl expressly for them and which run through to Niagara Falls Augustt Bid YorkI t iWednesdayI will lbe House headquarters for the party Wednesday after ride through 1roxpect Park and nrouid the Falls Thursday AllfTHQft 4th Leave Niagara Falls lit 7lft a ni in specialobser HUgUOi vatinn trolley caropia Great Gorge Route for Lew I1011 ant there talc Niauu Nivisration Co cteamer and cross Lake Ontario to Toronto Breakfast min sttamcr Arrive Toronto at lot a in Automobile tour of this beautiful and interesting city visiting Queens Park Parliament Building City Hall ftalhedralr etc 1lnirslav eveniiif visiti Scarlwin Beach TrontoConey Island 1arty willitetterutinedwhilew Toronto at the Walker House Friday August 5thLea1 Toronto i30 a m Arrive Niagara Falls 1055 I at Temperance Howe leave Niagara Fall Amerk nor Friday evening on luxurious Meiuifrof lJ it B lint for the lake trip to tsCleveland t forII 6 I us at TheI Colonial CIt vt iallds lineal American t lapulatioah00010 74 and sopper sit The l oionial tur train via Big Four Route will leave for Cin 1 cinnnti at 91111 p III Arrive incjnna i attI r Sa10 11 nncheater s mICot off This Tour J 5or 38 made known weeknerdNiararaV tNavigaunn Steamers w and U S B Steamer including berth hotel l Clevelanditemon lugust irt 11incbtwter dinner at Slatlerx in Buffalo supper on train Tnesday ax J IOU gems trip lI1tl mobile or park clfrillle ride at Niagara Fall trip over famous1 I J taUynJeland o JIeevery necessary expense for the entire trip + addretheW E BACK Cannel City Ky f i KASH SAMPLE 7 Dealers in General Merchandisea Announce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of LADIES S ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods NotionsTI+ SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc a to which they invite inspection rtyjjRiGO TOwHash Johnson Kosu1 DEALERS IN- I i General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE cI i 1HAZEL GREEN KY i i FOR BARGAINSf- INI EVERYTHING no U = = = a = =i=1111 lSSTEP INTOr 1J 1JCECIL SROitjandlook through our new line of t GOODSsjj r We have the newest thine out inL 1rill 1 i LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS IjLJJj H We have a full line atII I Anything you are in need of itIII ijillj still sell I it will pay you to 1t J I Cents per yard I GET OUR PBIOESI fi IlilEAGE LL ALSO HAVE WALL I PAPER j llliqqs1 1 s Of JoDPrintinu JIBUB IIiTiT- Mv1 1 1 4 to l J ITw9Yt ti t fs t fie q I Our Tew- i I i Hair Vigorlt J J P Ayers Hair Vigor was good the best that was made But Ayers Hair Vigor new improved I formula is better It is the one great specific for fall T i Jog hair A new preparation in everyway New bottle NewII contents Ask your druggist tojj show it to youHthe new kind i Does not change tile color of the hair PoriauU with stoh bottle Show it to your A dootoRers uyi It As we now make our new Hair Vigor i itI does not have the slightest effect upon the color of the hair You may use it freely and for any length of time with a oat fear of changing the color Stops to falling hair Cures dandruff Unit by till J C Arn Co Lowll trots iT1JtHE I IAJ H ORear bookkeeper for Floyd DaySwann Co Clay City is here straightening up the booksI for J T Days generalstore J T Daya ice cream and sod parlor will be open every Wednes day and Saturday after this week But will be open Friday of this 3 I weekDont forget the auction of Ma pel d Troys millinery stock Sat iurday July 2 Ladles who desireI the latest fashions will do well toI r attend t A wreck ou the 0 K roadI just above Lee City delayed the passenger train several hours Tues day and caused uJ to miss all newspaper mail comng from below u Dr C Hood Williams left yes i terday for Jackson where he will 1 practice his profession for a short J time and may locate there per xaanently again We will haver more to say of him next week I i The publio sale of the personal j effects of Preston Trimble deceas ed will be held Saturday July 9 I and many rare pieces of antique furniture dishes etc will be of fered Curio buyers should be sure toattend- Doc Farris and wife of Flem ingaburg are stopping at the Swan go House They are a newly ma- ri tied couple having united in mat rimony Thursday morning an immediatelyI Mrs Robert Cecil and Miss Nancy Sample who attended the distric conference at Grassy Lick IJ and tie Epworth League at Mt Sterling were delighted with their trip and have been sitiging peana t f r praise for thepeople of both places J theyJI f 1 It wab simply delightful 1r Wil ie Taulbee eloped with Miss Nannioj Barker daughter of Jhn Barker and wife of Lacy cree 3 oday night June 20 and they wore married on Rose fork the f next day if we have the story cor tslfori finding that they would not give I her up he took possession any how Sheujras about 20 years of age 1 The Christian Endeavor and Epworth League have combined their meetings for the summer They will meet at the Methodist 8church on the first and thira 8un days and on the second and fourth L at the Christian church Next s Sunday evening they will meet the Methodist church the subject being Christian Citizenship Miss Nancy Sample will be the g leader Henry Vancleave eloped with f Malhe Nickell the only daughter ti of Nelse Nickell near town on Saturday afternoon last and t presumption is that they were married Sunday night Yaucleave took her among his relatives in r Breathitt and up to mid afternoon Sunday they had not been mar tied Bert and Rainey her broth en pawned the couplet bat dj JIlfJnJtI t IALucky Young Man Grover Suliustinn a son of our fellow county man Jim Henry Sebastian hiis had his lines full in pleuHiint pieces About a year ago he joined the army aa a private j of course and subsequently tinta lug that tie hud CHrtuin scholarly i attainments ho wits made regii mental clork Ho filled the latter i iJJ position so well that his superior I ollicers investigated his scholarly attuinmunts and tinding them sufilcient for duties demanded the proposition was made to him that he would be released from the ar my provided he would go to the Philippines as a teacher Mo was guaranteed 1800 a year and tray I eling expenses to and from our foreign possessions provided he would stay two years Ho accepted the job and ts Jprobably in Ma nilla now At ut rate his father last week hadu letter from him dated just a month prior in whidi he said he was then at Tokio 1 where he would spend the day und then go to Hong Kong China He will not he a teacher in fact I I but superintend several teachers His father was fearful that the t mightacause his death hit Our Maui About Town reminded him that tt- I3lots of our people oncupnil during tho Civil war when death stared them in the face anti in many other cases Grover taught in Magomn county for two years where he was quite a favorite ns a teacher and if he comes out o k in this venturphe will have seellt the world at Ute expense of Uncle Sam live easy meantime and have a lot of the main arteries of life which is vulgarly termed SponI dulix He us therefore quite i lucky we thiliktWho Will Teach The following is n list of the teachers appointed Saturday lastE together with the schools assigned c them in this Division No 2 viz Sub Dls No 1 Daysboro Cal loway Sebastan- SubDin No 2 Rose Chapel Miss Joanna ll- i Roau SubDin o 37olulsnn school Miss Rosa Leo Perkin SubDis XoiHnwl Green Lenix Swango SubDis No o Public Square Elmer Barker I SubDis No 0 Sand Held Miss Nora SEBranchd I Mrs LOnlx SwangoII SubDis No SChifty Roy Kash Dis A Colored Daysboro Prof M B T Adamstt Were Well Pounded Bro Willoughby and wife were greatly surprised Monday evening when about fifty of their friends I come trooping in each carrying a package which they deposited in the hallway before entering It proved to be a surprise pound party and lots of good things were stored away in the pantry as a re pleaskI aptly entertained for an hour or so The people of Hazel Green should foul proud of having such estimable people us Bro Willough by and wife in their midst andwe think they do whether or not they it in poundings Jia1slprojectedI Back will be one of the most en joyable outings of the summer Prof Patton and wife Carl Mize and wife and Jesse Kash am book ed to go from here and ore the time comes to leave there will be quite a crowd from this place tAll who have the menus should avail of the opportunity to see the greatest of Americas natural curi osities and that is the great cata ract at Niagara When you have all the extras thrown in at a costless than the regular railroad far it locks foolish not to take in tithe trip SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES Alleirt Foot Eee 4lie antiseptic powder It cnes painful smarting nurous feet and los oUy takes the sting out of corns and barons Its the greatest comfort disco ery of the age Allens Foot lnse makes tight or new shoes feel easy It is a certain cure for sweating callous swollen tired New1dI T mall for 6c to stamp Donf accept AekapayItdJry 1 Jtllfo 9 91ItnefJed Je 8u1 y 4i ok I r Disastrous Flood in ticking A Hoodttdo in Lick tug river Sunday night carried nway five houses mill drowned six persons Monday morning a house flouted by SulyiTHvillo from some point II and three people supposed to be roam wife ami child wore clinging to the top of the roofI i Rue lKorgUHon the mail contractor between this point and West Liberty broth us the obeys news and says a telephone message from Salvcrsville Friday stated that five houses wore afloat between Sal ere I ville and 11 est Liberty and to be I on the lookout for the three peo ple1 on one of the houses aw they jI hud not been rescuersso far an II known The worst in Salyers ville was shear If to 50 feet in depth tea tho loss of property i when ascertained will be consider i j I aide Miss Mabel May route from 11 Cannel City yesterday and Hays I it was reported that M dead bodies had been found on one bank ofjt tlin river below Salyorsville The The cause of the flood was a cloud burst some miles above 8IyersII ville and the water came downII the stream at a terrillic speed j I Tho damage may prove very large i and the death rate even greater than reported Henry Iieratt formerly of our town and expresident of our book t is in town for this week attending to some delayed business and shaking Hands with old friends He IIhOllorIII 11thatI11 with which to measure him He was G feet 5 inches at lust accounts i Tom is a bigger man than his papa is a bruiser and each husjj in two acres of tobacco Mrs Pie and Mary are in fine health Mr and Mrs Combs are in usualII good health but Mr Tombs has to stay in the house on account of his OosII Tho notice in this paper lust week citing the fact that Frank Johnson had peon otlered 1000 for hisI chances on the oil well should have appeared minus t he dollar mark as tho lOlK referred to the I amount of tiling Mr Fettorly was willing to risk on the venture It was intended to put poople to talking but the intelligent composi tor knocked our little joke into smithereens But all jokes aside we believe Mr Johnson will come into his own when the well shall I have been completed Faith only leads us to the conclusion but you can paste this in your hat and I I j then watch results Tho following have registered at tho Day House since our last ro port S C and J P Alexander and Samuel Hose Daysboro G B Stamper and E F Stamper Camptou John D and Stovio Rose Lexie Paris Rose and W C Sebastian Daysboro J 0 Perkins Alex Shockey Hoy Childers and Ellis Johnson Hazel Green Rollio Clark Toliver Taylor Taul bee representing Lexington Dry Goods Co Boone Tyra Stillwa ter exSuporintondent of Schools Wm Chambers and daughter and Rosa Loe Perkins Tho next examination for a certificate to practice medicine in this state will be held at the Ar mory Lcuisville Tuesday Wed neslay and Thursday July 5th Oth and 7th This examination will include every sect who desire to practice tho healing art in any of its branches and is designed to protect the people from ignorance and incompetency in the treat Intent of disease Need a Sewing Machine We have opened a store near the Commercial Bank and are prepar ed to supply the public with Sin moateliberal terms We will always have a full assortment of attachments Why buy a sorry nfachine when you can get the best at the same price We cordially invite you to visit us and inspect our method of doing business Respectfully- C F LYKINSBUNns ELAM West Liberty Ky Monday will be County court day At CamptoPi and eiyeraj fit pur citizen wjjl t9 j1fle 4 KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled n Counterfeit silver dollars are in circu lotion in some parts of the state Lookout for them The po toilic at Falinouth wnitliroktn into andI rolilxil ofa small amount of money one night litst week IWlltnt harvest is on in many wrlioiw of the state and the grain iin in lietler condition than for many years McCracken county withspend l ssi13 000 this year in the improvement of public roads How shout Wolfe count 1 It has been so dry in some sections of Grant county that farmers have bees hauling water to make a tobacco season The 101of Mrs Charles eelI who suddenly disappeared from Ashland last February was found in a badly decom posed condition in the Ohio river last weekIn a raid try government officials in IIn county recently two moonshine stills were captured one having a very large one The ollicers failed to locate the owners j In the Stoops neighborhood of Bath county a severe hailstorm last week i nearly ruined the young corn and tobac jcut and killed young turkeys and chick I in great nuinbeis iell Farmers along the Lickingi river thru Nicholas county were compelled last week to replant their corn andI tobacco which had lnen ilestrnvnl liy high wa1 feet in the low huuK The jury in the case of Frank sad Fred 1rather rharged with the killing I I of Grant Stamper which wars tried atjI GntI I OIl last week disagreed sad the trial over to the October ttrmII I10he colored laborers including farm and cooks truck for higher wages l1li in Hoyle county Tie employers refused 4 the request and a dozen or more colored families have moved to Cincinnati j 4 What is believed to be the largest lemon liver grown in Kentucky was one by a Lexington woman It weighs 25 ounces iis 11 12 inchts in circumference 4 one way and KI inches the other way Sherman Caudill aged Wwal drown j I ed in Clay Lick branch in GreemiplI county last week His home was in j Magoflin county and he had been work ing on a farm near the scene of the icd dentii ipStringent rule have been adopted by the state department of dlncation to jj IIUIIC any teacher fails to attend the full session of I a county institute that teachers certifi 4 cate shall be revoled 4 The lighting plant of the Christian church at Cadiz exploded just before service began one night last week The 4 14and1 I 50 persons wire in the congregation at I 14- I h e time but none were seriously in juredIt 4 is reported from Williamsbnrg that Rev Robert Vanover was killed in the Hock Creek Itaptist church in Whitley county by the Rev Isaac Perry The retorts are conflicting as to the cause of the trouble It seems however that Vanover was up for trial on his own ap peal from the former action of the church deposing him and during the trial the difficulty arose whichresulted in Vanovera throat being cut by the Rev Isaac Perry The Court of Appeals has sunned the judgment of the Logan Circuit court in which the court says that the County Board of Education has he jwiwer old authority to use all of the money levied and collected for school purposes in the i thowt I also decided that the county court has no discretion in levying tax asked for the County Board of Education pro Tiding the tax called forshall not exceed the 20 cents on the hundred dollars which is the maximum under the pre t ent law t The mystery surrounding the discos t tDixt tBoylet one of the oldest citizens of Danville states that prior to the Civil war that I I I section of Kentucky was infested wlthl bank robbers and that a bank in Nich olasville was robbed at the time and the robbers tracked by a posse to the Dix river cliffs where the trail was lost In Inter years a member of the gang on his death bed in Lexington confessed to the act and stated that a box of coins secur ed were dropped in the waters of Dix river at Kings Mill Several searches J were made since that time but to no Iavail The box found last week by Geo Ii Kellar at that point gold coins and it is containedIeferall IIIplllcI III i I Wanted Immediately 10 teams j to haulrailroad ties Call on 11 PJtJlPIWf5f Je w Ky p r J 1 la ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT AVg etablelIrpatnionf a slrailalingUicRjalantlRegula liflgUieStonndisaTdp ri sal INFANTS CHILDRENt as 34x Promotes Digpstion kerfor j nessandllestcontaiasnritlrro NOT NARCOTICn fl- II 7 0Z1fktarot SJn1ZllIT1l11l aqtiecSdjjK 11 aa i W i1ii Aperfectmedyfortbnsfiprs Yonns omTilstonsfevErisIr nessandLOSSOFSL IFac Signature of ai NEW YORK Atb months old- 35PQSES35CEMSri0g ranter un r WrapperI CASTORIAL n IForInfants and Children The Kind You Have Y Always Bought x Bears the- Signature a LJF of M f 1 f I I1111 yyt Use Y For Over Thirty Yearsd CASTORIA1TN A TIONAUCTION AUCTION I I I SATURDAY JULY 219101 1 i commencing at 10 oclock n m I IHi Bargains in Dress Goods Ladies ReadyMade fSkirts Underwear etc A nice line of Hosiery Neckwear and lielts Ribbons and Millinery Goods sold right at cost Laces and Embroideries Scarfs r and l11 nyothpr things will be on sale at this auc tion which is for the purpose of closing out goods bought during lust season and making room for next la t1n s goods DO NOT FAIL TO COMETTO THIS AUCTIONtCash must be lmiitcithin three days after purchase MAPEL 3 TROYJ- ohn H Pieratt Auctioneer q O L uc c cqoQ cG i7Au STEP NTO IIMISS FALAY LQNGS t4 I Millinery Parlors zy GOBO and examine her 0 w I NEW SPRING LINE pQpy J 0 OF 0 T PO IILadies Hats Ladies FUljni1Sjngs oi7oo Notions etc etc Hr o i w- Ir l t cJ 1I7IEProprietor of Hickeys Cafe t No 224 W Short Street + AA- MIMJL I Lexington K 5 t x y tr xa j L d i f Jr LAI J sariS h pI I t f Use a ScarecrowTrklnha swab nit YOU twv tU Lessee ewiatla J advett 4Iier concerns iM Iel JUMC week i order te gait rvlArMS Do you think siatiwttr 1 ness Dont s It aria granted awry Ma within s radios1 f yea lavs sefl and whatyour prices are Nitre times out of tern jmrjtiei aaelerrt but the customer is influenced fey the up e AUra xr t OMF Ac mail order house Every article you a4vttittisitNil4 W datcrtd and priced You must tell your stoqs ia zIi iiMa IItway and when you want to reackftbe bagM el tibia aa tamely use the columns this paper A i v Letter HeadsA M J i J- F Statements iIo J tn I I Bill Heads 4 JI3 P1 IIt Wl f 1 J t EnvelopesrI fr r r4 Iti r- tiCards Anything and evesythlag fatho I way of highgrade cemmerdal I u printing Our assortment of job i is 1 type is complete our facill Mr 1 1tiesof the best and our workmen I Itruetypographical artists Thisi I facl1tiesI CardsiI pricesI f I 1 opesiI trif t 1II Headst 1 t 1Ir r 1 t j17 5 1 l I l i Statementst i r Headshr- t ItlWlUtestnBant WINCHESTER KYa F s N I3 WrinzSsrooNPres w Be t3PRAz Cukier Paid Vp Capital i troaeaoee- Fad1vldd r 17eeauee as4ie Dpeatt of- etgr I t i ebeeaeee- r baak solicits the secoantaot ITldl leaeraUy JII1en throwghontEut tradera aDd bal era Xeawcky and oferaltacustam facilityaadthemostliberjitergeI ynkiap loe2l- ya JelLL TN COUGH e wi CURE THE LUNCS f WITH Dr Kings Niw DiscDIIIJf- DI CuPkIZfoe ALLTftIATAideLOIITaWILEAYAYTZZD ATIITAOTOiXONU r f r bfBrtLut rteiL-r lbhteueeyhuk a iws e M hreis- ktillaraiiYittltltMtitty L LZISIa vainerIr- I ElectricI y taittersSea doD aril SeIDiIIe they are the anptem as dtoesaads have tptiRei- r Y vrrtItk1M Ii tniaiinevetioeti rlI 4 db J r laOMerftt You caa4riwqu- icldy if order la 1IIiI MV tbousaads ia from the boats 1 for pthcydidat N tsfc that knows what of of A v press S AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY j I THEII TOLEDO BLADETOLEDO OHIO The Neat Known Newapa per in the United States CaCULAfION7 200000 Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade more popular thu at any period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week by more than a million people Its field if not circum scribed br State boundaries but involve the length and breadth of the United States giving ran unquestionable right ot claim ing to be the greatest national weekly new paper in the country The Weekly Blade Is distinctly a family publisherlhaa J lean home for the fireside and of interest I to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it II clean and wholesome The news of the word is handled in a comprehensive manner and the various depart palnIe J light to the women and children current prejudice idea of pleating the greating number of fic j lion lovers the Question Bureau is aura i iiitbook of information the Farmstead co awns are conducted with the purpose of I giving the patron a medium tor the exchange I of ideas and information on farm topics No department Iis neglected bul every feature is taken care of with the idea of making The Blade worth many times the yearSampleTHE BLADE Toledo Ohio WPrLitSaIi and vs eau liars iiIrises d Jai 11JI- t tetalaes r- ht lave et saaaB ttriafbs dB- orw iii ltiWsanleaithsiedpea I7 Iua11e- wistar I werk14alaea wM- wlik r ui GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY Yhopany style to order old on thomoe rtMenable term I also have A Handsome Harst a+ dwMl iris ImriaJ ltaaIrlwtti 1 I fitiJ r M IIO BORl r p ir x LImmstt FOR JULY Copyright 1910 by C H Bietb When the Balliugcr trial is ended And the jury has eaid what it tbiukv When the case has been made and de Ifended With the wonted political winks We shall smileand gads we shall need to dropped1Andto- Resume where it was when it stopped The signs ahall come down in the timber And the patents shall tie up the coal The law will get flabby and limber And the trusts will do well on the whole Italways turns out in that manner itAndAchievement exactly to gueu it July is a tribute to Cuesar One day with some other insurgents he talked by the Pillar of Pompey on things of political urgence He explainingthe jumpedhimmiddleThere were Decius Bratas the speaker and Caseins boss of the Senate together with others insist out upon some political tenetII The party forever IIn they snout ed and what with that terrible slasher Servillua Caeca great Co3ar J as well had been run through a hasher At any rate Antony found him cut up into fodder for fishes and 1 begged this request of the Ro mans who granted the least of his wishes And thus it has happened and shall be so long as the Tiber runs by the Pillar of Pompey that Ciuaar shall live in the name of July The Fourth shall return to discover arrayAnd another anywayThethe scramble For thing on the medicine nhelves Shall warn inexperienced countries Aspiring to freedom themselves The dynamite cap and the rocket shall remind us of tyranny thwarted and the valiant forefather shall turn in his coffin to see what he started The eagle shall mount on his pinions and circle the North and the South and the rapidfire orator stand on the platform and shoot off his mouthThe latter however is harmless in a strict pathological way but remains notwithstanding an evil we must in due season allay Alas how deficient iis nature that might lay this pest on the shelf with ruling that shooting his mouth o he gave the lockjaw to himself This tetanus we are quite cer twin has good and defensible uses and all of its manifestations thusi far have been only abuses The idea as we regard it is not that i should be the cause of any mor serious matter than locking the jawsYOu that we never hear of it except on the Fourth of July and whenever some innocent gets whyWelland by Jove we are willing to bet turns out in the long run tha no one but a lot of old windjammers get it However and be that as it may be And get whom the tetanus will The jubilant youth of the nation Will resume with iU shooting to kill Thqsafe and the sane celebration will suit us wbq are not so skittish But the youngsters have got to do some thingTo what we did to the British There never was anything safe in the way the forefathers attack ed them and as for the saner attainments the old fellows seem lo have lacked them They simply cast fear to the bowwows and waded into the affray and a boy does not think himself worthy if he cant shoot himself anyway At any rate Jeffries and Johnson will growl like a couple of poodles and observe independence with heating the hair off their mutual noodles Theyll alternate making the other leviathan howl countryatto kill one another aoaeydeservingfor what they will have is a race war dividing whats made our the pictures Weve been pretty mad t in this country for dollar as l lathsefirst ime weve trafficked upon racestThe fat occiput ot the White HOM graveBaaMb Blter11atp yfey W a rt Hadthsf ow6oQe1sSore7vl11 Bit not everyman can be Cesar as someone has stated alas I and in the due course of the matter somebody must lie in the grass Its bard on a strenuous nation afflicting us all in a way but well look on the brighter side of it and conclude it iis good for the hay However Time flies it a proverb And one day his foot on ha gong And his engine back pedaliug August Will eomeaeruplaaug along do your family washing easier quicker and better save rubbing and save the clothes maker them clean wholesome and snowyirhite brighten colors soften woolens and kill germ I am WAS VAX the npw scientific compound that dose the work without the aid of soap or bleach am used in honor cold water There II nothing like me Send ten cents stamps today and I will come by mail in regular size You will be glad you tried me Address WashwaxCo St Louis Mo ADreaiitl Woiii from a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworks or of any other nature demands prompt treatment with Bncklens Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene Its the quickest surest healer for all such wounds as also for burns boils sores skin eruptions ecze ma chapped hands corns or piles 350 at all dealers A Timely Wtniii Aboit FUel In every town and locality in the state many people have fade to heed the numerous that have been issued against flies Attention has been called to the fact that they are one of the most dangerous menaces to life and health with which mankind has to contend being responsible for large proportion of all cases of ty phoid fever and diarrh ral diseases of infants and many cases of tu berculosis and other contagious diseases They have caused thousands of deaths in Kentucky and will con tinue their work of destruction until housekeepers awaken to the fact and inaugurate a warfare that will result in their extermination This can be accomplished definitely and effectively It requires only THE REMOVAL OF FILTH FLIES BREED IN FILTH and iin filth a6ue Without filth there can be no flies More than 90 e ot them breed in stable manure and the balance in garbage out houses and other forms of refuse The fly season is at hand Prompt action at this time ma prevent many deaths during the summer and fall and a grave re sponsibility rests upon all health officers and other citizens ffAn immediate and thorough cleaning of premises should be ef tented and further accumulations of filth avoided Stable manur- shout be kept in vaults or boxes screened or covered or frequently kerosente leaset once a week- Garbage receptacles should be carefully covered and the contentsI sprinkled with unslaked lime or oilPrivy vaults should be made fly frequentjy fotthe prevention of the breeding of flies every effort should be made to prevent them from entering the house or having access to milk or other foods especially room should be screened Food exposed for sale should be screened and ordinances to this effect should be enacted and en forced L Flies should be especially kept way from the sick and if one is discovered in the sick room it should be killed Excreta and urine from the sick should be covered with fresh lime for 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