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SPENCER COOPER Editor i
HAZEL CREEN KY
THURSDAY June 30 1910
OBITUARIES TRIBUTES of RESPECT
and Tanls of Thanks
i IubJ 1
J Jication
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IieationWOLFE
WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY
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WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT
DAVID B RBDWIKE Judge
j AttyJ t
J C LlNDON Clerk
Attyt
Monday in May third Monday in Septem
ber
WOLFE COUNTY COURT
W B DUFF Judge
S 0 SAMPLE County Attorney
ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk
Meets first Monday in each mouth
t WOLFE FISCAL COURT
Meet first Tuesday in April first Tues
day in October
OctoberNAOISTRATES
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JAOISTRATES COURTS
4District Jo 1 Robert Rose mini Friday
< in March Juue > eptfini > er hull lice r ll
ber
District No2Robert Brooks fourth Fri
day in February May August and No
vember
District No 3T M Reynolds secundvi
f day in February May August and No
vember
District No 4 Pavid Spencer first Friday
y in March May August ami November
District No 5 1restiiu llollon ecoiul Fri
day in March June September and De
cember
District No 6I W Combs third Friday
FritS fey
District NoShiloh Swauito fourth Fri
t day in March June September and De
cember
District No SJohn H Childers first Fri
day in February May August and No I
vember
COUNTY OFFICIALS
GEORGE W SALLEY She rift
J T CDTERAssessor I
J C B LITTLEJailer
J W TAULBEE County Superintendent J
JjJ J
J FRANK SAMPLE Coroner
The first passenger airship to be
inauguaated was put into service 7
1n
last week by Count Zeppelin in
Germany which flew a distance of
300 miles in nine hours and car
ried 20 passengersth
4 t
State Superintendent Sehon of i
the Kentucky Childrens Home
Society warns the public that a
woman is going through the state
soliciting funds for the home wsh
is not employed by them and has tl
no authority to collect ti
Governor Judson Harmon of
Ohio was last week unanimously
nominated to succeed himself
Ci
Resolutions were adopted endorse
ing his administration and also a
boosting him for the next Demo t p
cratic candidate for President I
The statehood bill allowing Ari iiwere j
zona and New Mexico to become
jg
states has become a law and soon I bo
two more stars will be added tojt I
the flag which will then number tl
48 Alaska is the last remaining i oi
territory out of which to ma e I w
states unless by some means Porto I ta W
Rico the Philippines and the Ha
waiian islands are brought and ertors
the constitution
m
its
r At a meeting of the Democratic I
tieh
Executive Committee of the Tenth
Congressional District held at
Beattyville Mt Sterling was see ti
looted as the place for a general 1 th
convention to nominate a Demo > H
oratIo candidate for congress and so
the date was fixed at August 9 I or
County conventions to select dele ing
gates to attend the districts con > ci
vention were set for August G JQ
Paris green which had be on
sprinkled on the vines to kill the I b <
responsible j R
ble for the death of three women m
which occurred suddenly at Ea rlcity n
ington last week The worn
wornpo
po
were seized with a deathly illness I c <
shortly after eating the potatoes up
and despite the prompt attend anwork
r given them death resulted H adstates
one can of Merry WarTJrSJnner p ti
lye beeo dissolved in sixteen g atwill
ions oT cater and used instead of w
l the bug would h evekipd I
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Teachers Wages I I
The weary and careworn school
Iteachor has been enjoying a few I
Lr
j weeks of much nooclod rest after a
j torm of eight or nino months of
tiresome mental and physical la
I bor Mane persons who have I InI
no experience in the teaching line I
seemto commonI I
seem to think that any common
school teacher whoso wages are
I
orfrom 25 to f 40 per month out ht
to make an independent fortune i
in H short time Let such a one
toAtop and consider what is expected
of a teacher In the first place
aTshe is expected to bo well dressed
atall tunes which is no small
tellvials
Ibitem of expense She is expected
to buy all the latest books ndKind
IYsubscribe for all the popular edu
cational journals of the day ate
lend teachers meetings whenever
epy e dTo
yfrom threo to five wenks at an in
emBtitute during her short vacation >
All these requirements are attend
ed by no small expense and the
teachers who comply with th tmCity
will find at the class of the y arfeed
that thev have n very small pore >
tion of their earnings to lay up ora
a rainy day
Do not uuderstand by the above
assertions that such requirements °
are useless Hat when it has bee p
80r
llconw almost absolutely necessary
JKfor
meetings as those who have sup erethe
vi thsion
oflay the
IYboard of education and directors b
ehe j s ch al
sate
wages as will enable them to ate h1
tend and have enough of their DL
nrearnings left to last them until 1 ju
the school term begins again
Fighting the Trafficin in
in Young Girls I
tJWe have just received a copy of
the new book of the above title
just published by the American i
Home Supply Co of Chicago It
should be in every household nd
read by all young girls who travel fie
alone in search of work IVston
1nherewith give a few excerpts from tl 1
ofsome of the leading journals of the
day
Of all the books of the seas ° nrills
the War on the White Slave
Trade is the most helpful Thety
helpfulbook Iey
mane ty
woman and child in America
Cincinnati Enquirer by
eParents with young daughters
hoould rtad the work and learns
the dangers to which a lack of care to
subjects their innocent and jut x mo
perieuced girls NashvilleBauner
Here is a book that ought to be > the
read by every decent citizen ofie
America until its truths are burn 1
ed in so deep that nothing but an
reearthquake of popular sentiment of
against it will be sufficient to extricte
press the nations indignation
The Methodist Protestant
The ministry although daz ellof I
were finally aroused to an appre wit
wiClatIon
mme ister should possess a copy of t nly ethat 1
book < Easton Tribuueu
up
It is a book of records of cases who
that have come under the personal 1come 1
observation of the men and women co
who have written the matter con in
tained in itCulmana Rural 1 go
goWorld
WorldThis
iser you
tory ot the white lave traffic t heCftACE
menace of it suggests means for
suppressionGalveston News I
Uncle Bill Schooler 0
The party referred to in the ar
ticle below which is taken from 0
the Republican of Washington C v
Ohio was with THE HERA >
ndsometime in the 90s and the writ Y
is glad to know that he is mak
<
g goad Several of our older
citizens will remember him as a >
jovial good humored and accom Lt
modating young man
>
II Uncle Bill Schooler who has I
been associated with the Record I
Republican for the past eight
months and who has made a large I
trl rgeh8 I I
city and has
accepteden a L
ensition with the Dunlap Poor If
company of Greenfield and took
the work yesterday While hieJ I
work will carry him over several I
states he will not consider the I
proposition unless he could make
this city his headquarters and he I
will be back here at least once each
week Uncle Bill has made go odn
teve i he
sdrhta If t
eois old
next e found in orae fair lea 4
11ilh JP JaPjQA h 4il ft
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Hang on Cling onl No matter what
asqett
aPush on Sing on Things will come
codi I i
your way I
ila
helpInI I
Best way to get there iN i by keeping up j
your grit i I
IonDllnt give up hoping when the ship goes I
uedown
htGrab a spar or something just refuse to
drown
IDeDout think youre dying just because I j I I
meyoure hit
Smile in face of danger and hang to your
grit
Folks die too easy they sort of fast I I
nilway
trtell I
mayha
Kind of man thats needed in the manu
mmlu ready
To laugh at pain and trouble and keep
his grit
Peoplen
of Wolfe Connty
I am sure that if you knew how
Idmany little orphan children are I
in the Orphans Home at Clin
City you certainly would ielp tear 19
feed and clothe them They are
chilr 1
rdean of your friends There is nm
finer lot of children in Iem f
tucky but they were homeless no d 1
Bipenniless
of support except the gifts of good
beepeople There are between 20 and
oO in the homo entirely diarY
pendent upon charity for the ir
daily bread Tho home itself were fA
the gift of two noble 00111 of
the south and is supported almost
tuncehe
heAnything they can eat or wear will
be < most gratefully received and
abundantly rewarded by their
ateheavenly Father Surely the good
irpeople will not let these little ones
1sutTer for want of food and cloth 1
in2Any
Any gifts may bn sent to Mr
Virginia C Staples Clay City Ky 1
charge of the Orphans Home >
CryB
fFOR FLETCHERS
CASTORIA I f
Sale of the L E P
Every statement seems to con C
firm the reports that the Lexing
ton and Eastern has been sold to
fromill w
Whitesburg says a
A survey of the Lexington and a
Eastern railroad recently takeuIJ
over by the Louisville and Nash
ville is being made through this
fetcher county entering thecoun
upJ p B
the 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 a connection with one or
lyx j
of the lines that
more entering thkn j
kner fe
l1 Al
head of the engineering corego
goof
hero and states that actual cotla
atruction work will be begun ila i
mediately This road will tap one jn
the richest coal and timber dite
tricts in Eastern
Kentucky
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firmI ja
Kash Johnson Kash will 1 R
withdraw from the firm at an ear
imperativt
that all accounts must be settled
at once This is to notify all
are indebted to said firm to
come in and settle by note or ac
count as they must be settled with
the next 30 days Meantime
goods will be sold cheaper than
to let Mr Kash out and if
want bargains NOW is YOUR
CHANCE Respectfully
forKAaII JOHNSON KAsnJ
0 2
Health BetterT
Than Wealth 1 sad at
and there U no way so sure to secure
securev
RITTENHOUSE RANCH Mo or
aw
onehalf mile from Hazel Green Ky ed
and drink the mineral water of Swan j
go Springs There are 24 rooms 3 i
some bungalow style and rates are feet
lessa
time Table fare is the beat that the die
rmarket aBords Far further inter mare
tnation write
JOHN H PIERATT A SON
HAZEL GUEKN r KY
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eon
IHAZEL GREEN HOTELonl
ghee
HAZEL GREEN KY isollt
Sum
J TAYLOR DAY Proprietorb
AlA I EWIlO Manager dents
ITable beat the market affords 1 any
Rooms well furnished and pleasant
pleasantBest
pleasanthe
townI
ChLIVERY STABLE
in connection to accommodate the
thetrayellng
publicIf
Careful driven and good vebicjei OIltli
sae
ilATS ONJ I try
mm1 f1Jt
WMM K Wtf R MM m aill9 ah rMlti
by ply and Bbdfer Trooblfl
neKidney trouble preys upon the mind
discourairesandlesseiisanibition beauty
i
t i
vigor aim cneenui
nws soon disappear
when the kidneys are
out of order or ills
easLt1I I I
easedKidney trouble has
become so prevalent t
f f that it is not unconi i i
1 mon for a child to he
born afflicted with
ucak kidneys lethe
child urinates too often if the urine scalds
the flesh or if when the child reach e
age when it should be able to control We I
passage it is yet afflicted with bell net
ting depend upon it the cause of the dim
t
decults is kidney trouble and the first
estep should bctowanls the treatmcnt ofn
these important organs This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit as most peope suppose
Women as well as men are made miser
able with kidney and bladder trouble
and both need the same great rear bleT
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp Root is soon realized It issold
by druggists in fifty
cent < and onedollar
size bottles You may
have a sample lIIayJ J
by mail free also a
pamphlet telling all =
i
about Ji Ii i
SwampRoot
HOE 1 ets < w I K 4
including many of the thousands of Hers I
tSmonial letters received from sufferers I j I
who found SwampRoot to be 1 just theIistolr j I
remedy needed In writing Dr IaI mar i
sureof and
mention this paper Dont make any f I
mistake but remember the name Dr i i I
Kilmers SwampRoot and the address > I
Binghamton N1 on every bottle SI 1 j
dSllh crJhe for the IIEItAIJV SI
u
A t BARGAIN I 4
Sd I
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KSIKIXr tll change location twoI t I
J of the firm of Kash Johnson I vtj I
la h are determined to withdraw venlc I
though they sacrifice the stock It t i4I I
the opportunity fur people who need
goods as everything will be sold at less i
prlit than any other merchant in Ilast I 41S MII II
ern Kentucky ran afford HIT NJW
WHILE THE IKON h HOT
Preferably however we will sell the
entire stock invoiced iiou < ennd f fixtures
ureatrgr
at a great lIacriliceI
This is the opportunity ofa life timee I I
tOIleland
for any one who wishes lu engage in the
mercantile trade as our health will nut i I t
permit us to continue Being on the 1 J
isn the I
theern
most desirable location in Hazel Green i j
for YOU CATCH TRADE GW1NE
AN AtOM IJS It is j on the spot
where once stood the old Pieratt Hotel
celebrated hostelry in its day famous 4
allover Eastern Kentucky f
We want to sell iu bulk and if y nttll t
me et us beltway we can make a dicker
Respectfully yours j I
KASHt
By C F KASH 4Ctf
GtCI I I
FARM FOR SALE I
Farm of 200 acres more or less 1
cra gab I
format All
atnced amid ecoss fenced S o me I I
od timber and nearly all cleared
land in grass Large orchard o tf
nsting fine water 5room dwell 11 1
ing house halls and porches also j
tenant house For the next thirty j I
days this farm will he offered at aj I I
bargain j Possession given 1 ann
ary 1 1910or further particuj
partieulars
lars address ELLSWORTH LACY RI
No1 Kardin Ill Ri j
ELIM = I I
1This finely bred combined harness and
saddle stallion will make the season of lt 10
my barn in Duysboro at the low price of
5 TO INSURE LIVING COLT fI
Money due wheu the mare proves in 1 sat 11
bred to another horse or jack or traded
away and a lien on the colt will be retain I 1
to secure service money i
SKUM is a dark chestnut sorrel 10 hands I j I
hilldfeet inches j
He is years olt thinlrin lIe was
saddie ed b lSr
stallini ol Fnyette county and out of a
re by Golden Chief combined horse
m
DEMPSEY
eonThis fine young jack will make the sea
at the same bam at
5 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT
Ti
Mime conditions as those ollhe horse
DKMPSKY < is a red sorrell 14 hands 3 in
high aBack old August coming inI 11 I I
outof a Black Mammoth jennet and by
n Browu Red Dempsey Breeders whoS
e seen him pronounce him a model jack j
All possible care taken to acci
prevent a
deutstut I will not be responsible should
occur W C SEBASTIAN i
DR C H WILLIAMS I 1
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
HAZEL GREEN KY
citiJeD
or Haul GreeD cttiaa
and rrouudJ91f cOnn
and wUl > answer all cilia of sfflfctlon
Ofice a t his rld llee adjoining Haul
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r
i GRAND EXCURSION TO
FALLSut i
j i Toronto Buffalo and Cleveland
steamer poft Lake Erie aid LaKe Ontario
MONDAY AUGUST 1 1910
ITINERARY OF TOUR 1
1t t
Mnnrtov t Leave Cannel City at 1Ot1 < p m Jackson at 220
ofMonday d Au ust pll
MondayLeave pm
ulUliudjj Moppini at all interin ial lIttiolill Leave Win
Ittlr nt 5d 11 + P m viz L ft X It 11111 incii llatl arriving nt R2i p m giv
mug nil tourists I hum tn ice time sights oC till Queen City CUlley bland Zoo
ZooJ J
TllDCrlflV ulirniQt 2nd Leave cincinnati at 400 P m on special train of r i
tdofTuasdayt August ZIIUi
lUCoUdjfi I jullmmi cars via Hi < i Font l HOITK flee party
rwill occupy 1IIIcI lHnie Stamlard Pullman Sleeping cars not Toniin Sleeper
reserved l expressly for them and which run through to Niagara Falls
Wednesday August t Bid iaRiraFlls will 1C reached via NOw Yorkt
JlUi
iWednesday I AUgUol I Central It HIt 7i 11 a m Ureakfant will be l
ready at the Tcmrnranco House headquarters for the party Wednesday after
niton an autoniobilu ride through 1roxpect Park and nrouid the Falls
ThllfQriilV AllfTHQf Atll heave Niagara Falls lit 7lft a ni in special obser
Thursday AugDSfi t 4thItae >
ay ugus 4thTatinn
IliUloUdjfi HUgUOi vatinn trolley caropia Great Gorge Route for Lew
I1011 ant there lake ianlt Nivisration Co cteamer and cross Lake Ontario to <
marToronto Breakfast min sttamcr Arrive Toronto at lot > a in Automobile tour
of thin beautiful and interesting city visiting Queens Park Parliament Building
City Hall ftalhedralr etc 1lnirslav eveniiif visit i Scarlwin > Beach Tronto
Coney < Island 1arty willit tMiertained while in Toronto at the Walker House
rasaFriday August Rlh Leave Toronto i111 a m Arrive Niagara Falls 1055
irilUdji I MUgUOl Jllli Luncheon at Temperance Howe leave Niagara Fall
lair pIII Arrive Itullitlo ± 1111p > in Automobile lour of Ihiiralo one of Amer
ica liamlsfiinest cities six i cluck dinner at StatlerV Ijiive fiuinilo after din
nor Friday evening on luxurious Meiuifrof l J it B lint for the lake trip to ts
Cleveland t
Saturday August 6th Arrive at CIeveland7n I a m Breakfast ready for
lOdlUIUdy AUgUil Dllli us at 10 The I Colonial CIt vt iallds lineal American
lapulatioah00010 1 t <
AUOOOl ii famed for liandHune homes magnificent parks multi boulevards Dinner 74
and sopper sit The l oionial tur train via Big Four Route will leave for Cin 1
cinnnti at 14111 < p III
att Arrive incjnna i s
mI I r 800 11 nncheater
weeknerd isCot of f This Tour J 5or 38 made known
nerdThis includes Railroad Tickets to Niagara Fallaand return passage on Niagara t
lessNavigaunn Ill Steamers nt w meals and U S B Steamer including berth 7 hotel l
41fj lodging and meiiltO at Niagara Falls Toronto and Cleveland
item supper Monday evening August Iat Cincinnati until dinner on Sunday
tlAugllt irt 11incbtwter dinner at 8latlerK in Buffalo supper on train Tnesday ax J
IOU gems trip lI1tl mobile or park clfrillle ride at Niagara Fall trip over famous
Jnrgf Itnnte 1 mi I way from Niagara Falls to Lewiston and return delightful taUyJ J
ho coaching tfHirnt Toronto automobile tour of Buffalo sieht seeing in Clare J
eland sneer ear ride etc ndmitcion tickets to Scarboro Beach Toronto In fact Jo
every necessary expense for the entire trip +
1F = r further information call on or address
W E BACK Cannel City Ky
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KASH SAMPLE 7
Dealers in General Merchandisea
Announce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have just
received magnificent line of
IAnnnlllll
LADIES S < ES GENTS
Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc
Iand that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods NotionsTI
tfSELEOT FAMILY GROCERIES etc +
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to which they invite inspection
rtyjj
RiGO TOw
Hash J ohnson Kasb
DEALERS IN
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COUNTRY PRODUCE c
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1HAZEL 1 i I GREEN KY
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lSSTEP r INTO
1JCECIL 1J SRO i
tjand look through our new line of t
1 jj SPRING and SUMMER GOODS
1r r We have the newest thine out inL M
rillLINEN L 1 1
i LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOODS
IjLJJj H We have a full line atI IAo I I thing you are in need of itI I j I
S twill j still sell atit I will pay you to 1t
J I 5 Cents per yard I GET OUR PBIOES
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Il ilEAGE ALSO HAVE WALL PAPER j
PAPERLL
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