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The Hazel Green herald. (Hazel Green, Wolfe County, Ky.) 1885-19??, June 30, 1910, Image 3

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lt i J Hair Vigor i J
P Ayers Hair Vigor was good
the best that was made But I
Ayers Hair Vigor new im I
proved formula is better It I I
is the one great specific for fall
T < i Jog hair A new preparation in 4
everyway New bottle NewI I
contents Ask your druggist toj j
show it to you Hthe new kind
i Does not change the color of the hair
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PoriauU with stoh bottle
Show it to your I
A ers tart him dootoR bout It
V then do a h uyi
As we now make our new Hair Vigor i itI I
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
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iT1JtHE I IA
J H ORear bookkeeper for
Floyd DaySwann Co Clay City
is here straightening up the books I
for J T Days general store
J T Daya ice cream and soda
i parlor will be open every Wednes
day and Saturday after this week
But will be open Friday of this m 3 I
weekDont
Dont forget the auction of Ma
pel d Troys millinery stock Sat
i urday July 2 Ladies who desire I
the latest fashions will do well to I
r attend
t A wreck ou the 0 K road I
just above Lee City delayed the
passenger train several hours Tues
day and caused uJ to miss all news
k paper 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 have
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more to say of him next week
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i The publio sale of the personal
I 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 to attend
Doc Farris and wife of Flem
ingaburg are stopping at the Swan
go House They are a newly mar
i tied couple having united in mat
rimony Thursday mOlDing and
started for this place immediately
immediatelyI
I alter the rer tnonv
Mrs Robert Cecil and Miss i
Nancy Sample who attended the
distric conference at Grassy Lick
I J and tie Epworth League at Mt
Sterling were delighted with their
> trip and have been sitiging peana t f
r praise for the people of both places
since heir return Indeed they
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sum up their outing it these words
1 It wab simply delightful
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watsimply
r 1 Wil ie Taulbee eloped with Miss
Nannioj Barker daughter of Jhn
Barker and wife of Lacy croak
3 o day night June 20 and they
wore married on Rose fork the
f next day if we have the story cor
rect He had asked tier parents
tslfor
for her on several occasions and
i 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
8 K church 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 at
the Methodist church the subject
being Christian Citizenship I
Miss Nancy Sample will be the
g leaderHenry
Henry Vancleave eloped with
f Malhe Nickell the only daughter
t i of Nelse Nickell near town on
Saturday afternoon last and the
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 couple bat did
noM cross fcb m mining
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IA Lucky Young Man
Grover Suliustinn a son of our
fellow county man Jim Henry E
Sebastian hiis had bin lines full in II
pleuHiint pieces About a year ago j
he joined the army aa a private j 11
of course and subsequently tinta
lug that tie hud CHrtuin scholarly i t
attainments ho wits made regi iI 1 c
mental clork Ho filled the latter iJ i J
position so well that his superior I
ollicers investigated his scholarly t
attuinmunts and tinding them 11
sufilcient for duties demanded the E
proposition was made to him that II
he would be released from the ar v
my provided he would go to the J
Philippines as a teacher Mo was P
guaranteed 1800 a year and tray I
eling expenses to and from our k
foreign possessions provided he v
would stay two years Ho accept I
ed the job and ts J probably in lu1
nilla now At ut rate his father 1
last week hadu letter from him
dated just a month prior in whidi 1
he said he was then at Tokio 1
where he would spend the day und t
then go to Hong Kong ChillaJ
He will not he a teacher in fact I
but superintend several teachers
His father was fearful that the t
mighta
cause his death hit Our Man r
About Town reminded him that t
3lots of our people oncupnil during
tho Civil war when death stared t
them in the face and in many
other cases Grover taught in
Magomn county for two years
I
where he was quite a favorite ns a
teacher and if he comes out o k
in this venture he will have seellt
the world at Ute expense of Uncle
i
Sam live easy meantime and have
a lot of the main arteries of life
which is vulgarly termed SponI
dulix He us therefore quitei
lucky we thilikI t i
Who 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 Sebastian
Sub llts No 2 Rose Chapel
Miss Joanna Roau l
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SubDin o ± 37olulsnn school I
Miss Rosa Leo Perkin
SubDis No IIluzel Green 1
Lenix Swango
SubDis No o Public Square
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Elmer Barker
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SubDis No 0 Sand Held Miss
Nora SE
Branchd I
Mrs LOnlx SwangoI I
SubDis No SChifty Roy
Kash
KnshDis
Dis A Colored Daysboro Prof
M B T Adamst t
Were Well Pounded
Bro Willoughby and wife were 1
greatly surprised Monday evening 1
when about fifty of their friends I
came trooping in each carrying
a package which they deposited in I
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
pleask I
aptly entertained for an hour or
so The people of Hazel Green
should feel proud of having such
estimable people us Bro Willough
dby and wife in their midst and we
think they do whether or not they
express it in poundings
The excursion to Niagara Falls I
projected and managed by Everett
dBack will be one of the most en
joyable outings of the summer
Prof Patton and wife Carl Mize
Itand wife and Jesse Kash am book
ed to go from here and ore the
htime comes to leave there will be
xtquite a crowd from this place
tAll who have the means should
ctavail 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 cost
less than the regular railroad fare
it locks foolish not to take in tithe
trip
reSHIA KF INTO YOUR SHOES
yeAlle a 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
aching feet Always use it to Break in New I
1dhoes Irj it today Sold ererywhere
T mall for 6c fq stamp Donf accept
not p CkaleJ
ItdJry 1 Jtllfo 9 91 Itnef J ed Je 8u1 f
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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 j
by SulyiTHvillo from some point II
above and three people supposed
to be man wife ami child wore I
clinging to the top of the roofI I i
Rue KorgUHon l the mail contractor i I
between thin point and West Lib I
erty briny us the obeys news r
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
ple 1 on one of the houses aw they j I I I <
hud not been rescued so far an II I
known The water in Salyers
ville was about If to 50 feet in
depth and tho loss of property i I I I
when ascertained will be consider j i I
aide Miss Mabel May came from 11
Cannel City yesterday and Hays I
it was reported that M dead bodies
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had been found on one bank ofj I t
tlin river below Salyorsville The 1
The cause of the flood was a cloud
burst some miles above 8IyersI I
ville and the water came downI I
the stream at a terrillic speedI i I
1
Tho damage may prove very large i I
and the death rate even greater
than reported
1
Henry Iieratt formerly of our + 1
town and expresident of our bank t
is in town for this week attending
to some delayed business and shak
ing Hands with old friends He It
IIhOllor II I
honor of our paper is growing so
that Madison county has no pole 11 I
with which to measure him He i
was G feet 5 inches at lust accounts i i
1
Tom is a bigger man than his papa
Bruce is a bruiser and each husj j
in two acres of tobacco Mrs Pie
ratt and Mary are in fine health
Mr and Mrs Combs are in usualI I
good health but Mr Tombs has to I
stay in the house on account of his
OosI I
yesThe
Tho notice in this paper last week 4
citing the fact that Frank Johnson
had boon otlered 1000 for hisI t
chances on the oil well should
have appeared minus t he dollar
mark as tho lOlK referred to the II I
amount of tiling Mr Fettorly wnsll I
willing to risk on the venture It I
was intended to put poople to talk
ing but the intelligent composi I
tor knocked our little joke into I
smithereens But all jokes aside I 4
we believe Mr Johnson will come
into his own when the well shall
have been completed Faith only I
leads us to the conclusion but 1
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 Per
kins 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 cer
tificate 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 I
Commercial Bank and are prepar
ed to supply the public with Sin
ger sewing machines on the most
liberal terms We will always have
a full assortment of attachments
Why buy a sorry nfachine when
you can get the best at the same I
price We cordially invite you to I
visit us and inspect our method of
doing business Respectfully
C F LYKINS BURNS ELAM
West Liberty Ky
Monday will be County court
day At CamptoPi and eiyeraj fit
pur citizen wjjl t 9 t1pje
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KENTUCKY KERNELS
Carefully Collated and Concisely
Chronicled
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Counterfeit silver dollars arc in circu
lotion in some parts of the mate Look
out for them
The Jlo toilic at Falinouth wnitliroktn
into and I rolilxil ofa small amount of
money one night litst week
IWlltnt harvest is on in many wrlioiw
of the state and the grain in i in lietler
condition than for many years
McCracken county will spend l ssi 13
000 thin year in the improvement of
public roads How about Wolfe count 1
It has been so dry in some sections of
Grant county that farmers have bees I
hauling water to make a tobacco season
The body of Mrs Charles eel I who
suddenly disappeared from Ashland last
February was found in a badly decom
posed condition in the Ohio river last
week
In a raid try government officials in
IIn
Oivsley county recently two moonshine +
stills were captured one being a very
large one The ollicers failed to locate
the owners
In the Stoops neighborhood of Bath j
county a severe hailstorm last week i
nearly ruined the young corn and tobac
jcut and killed young turkeys and chick I
ens in great nuinbeis
iell
Farmers along the Licking i river thru
Nicholas county wen compelled last
week to replant their corn and I tobacco I
which had lnen ilestrnvnl liy high wa1 Ii II 1
feet in the low huuK j i
The jury in the case of Frank and
Fred 1rather rharged with the killing I I I
lof Grant Stamper which wars tried atj I I 1
Gnt < OIl last week disagreed and the j I
trial goes over to the October term >
ttrmI I
I10he colored laborers including farm
hands and cooks truck for higher wages l1li
in Hoyle county The employers refused 4
the request and a dozen or more colored
families have moved to Cincinnati j 1 4
What is believed to be the largest
lemon liver grown in Kentucky was one
by a Lexington woman It weighs 25
ounces is i 11 12 inchts in circumference 4
one way and KI inches the other way
I
Sherman Caudill aged W was drown I j 4
ed in Clay Lick branch in Greemipl I
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
denti i I
dentStringent ip
Stringent rule have been adopted by
the state department of dlncation to j j
prevent the sale of examination IIUIC
ions and it has been held that if any
teacher fails to attend the full session of 1 <
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
interior of the church was made a wreck
14and 1
and the large organ demolished About I
50 persons wire in the congregation at 14 I
h e time but none were seriously in
jured
juredIt 4
It is reported from Williamsbnrg that
Rev Hubert 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 seeing 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 which resulted
in Vanovera throat being cut by the
Key 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 and
authority to use all of the money levied t
and collected for school purposes in the i
county and may use its discretion as to t
how the money shall lie spent It was IO 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 t
which is the maximum under the pre t
ent law t
The mystery surrounding the discos t
fry of the old box with gold coins in the t
Dix river recently near Kings Mill in t
Boyle county has been solved E Flaig
one of the oldest citizens of Danville
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states that prior to the Civil war that I I
section of Kentucky was infested wlthl I
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 cliff 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 j I
ed were dropped in the waters of Dix I
river at Kings Mill Several searches J
were made since that time but to no
Iavail The box found last week by Geo Ii i
Kellar at that point contained several
gold coins and it is quite Ieferall
restini i
the bed of the stream is the resting III
place of many more shining hekelI I I
Wanted Immediately 10 teams j
to haul railroad ties Call on 11
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SATURDAY JULY 21910 1 1 i
commencing at 10 oclock n m I
IHi Bargains in Dress Goods Ladies Ready Made f
Skirts Underwear etc A nice line of Hosiery
Neckwear and lielts Ribbons and Millinery Goods
sold right at cost Laces and Embroideries Scarfs r
and many oilier 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
la t1n s goods
DO NOT FAIL TO COMET
TO THIS AUCTIONt
Cash must be paid within three days after purchase
MAPEL 3 TROY
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