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HAZEL CtREEN, WOLFE COUNTY, KENTUCKY. THURSDAY, MAY 2i, 1011
OHIO 5 KENTUCKY R. R.
Time Table May , 1913
Liberty Uoad ,
Index , ,
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Kentucky's Consolidated Schools
UILDREN arc Tory much like tlieir parents. They do enjoy a good time
I Stillwater Sparkles.
1 As wet weather has put farmers
behind in work corn hoeinp is the
order of the day here.
' G. W. Buchanan and daughter
A. ML-.A.M I Wuh coi)KCi.ial people of tlieir own age. In .my one room seboolhouKe. ' Myrtle are visiting the formers
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no matter how tine it may be, the chaticcs are that there will be very brother Alex, of Menifee countv.
Tt'xv i-liiiilreii In the miner ckiiIpk. Tliei.0 older children crave comnan. ' , i -it. .1
V , . , , . . , . ,wno is very low wiiu uruutv
intiMliit. !iml nTin ilrnn nnr nf (.plinnl tir 1111 ntnr ri:ivnn. In fact it is nor af
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all untiHun! U overhear cunversatiwiiH like the follow lug )
"What's the matter? You ain't going to &top school?" "Yes; I'm goin to '
Mop. I'm past fifteen." "But you ain't through school yet?" "Noj I know I j
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Licking Eher .. 1 10
Index 12 cC
Malone 12 -S
Oaney , 12 30
Cannel City 12 10
Adele.. 12 00
Helechaws 11 54
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Jackkou..... -' 10 45- I
GKCB.NDALE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL.
ain't, but I'm tireO to death of goin' to school exery day with a big buncb of
little kids. 1 don't like the boys to see me walkin' with nil those youngster
tnggin' along the road with me. I'm goin' to stop tomorrow."
If parent would only question their Lbildieu of school age carefully they
would soon gain their In.lhidtiul viewpoint. The child's viewpoint may not
In addition to tie aboTe, Sunday train
will leave Jacknn ut 5.1C p. 111 . mike con
nection at O. A K. Junction v..th L ..
in in Vn ? ml run 10 LickiDC KiTcr, ar
ming tterr at 7.21 p -a and w H then it- t
turntoCati.e-C:j, up at t 0 p. ic.
(Jen'l M'iasfr. 1
The Boy Who Saves
His Money Today
Will l)e the Ma BUSINESS
Man of Tomorrow.
We, therefore, urge ev.ry
workine boy in Wolfe
county to start an cc
connt now with the
CliffordiHalEey wab in -this sec
tion today trying hit luckin efcep
He is a-iustling trader.
J. C. Barker of this piace fill-c
his appointment at Meadow branih
G. T. Center made a business,
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week, returning Saturday.
O. B. Linkous made a busing
trip to Valeria one day last vrox.
J. R. Hollou ard G. W. Lovelace
are this week gathering wool for
the Riverside mills.
Frank Cecil spent Saturdaynifcht
with Harold Barker, and they both
visited Holly Sunday, of course, t
see their beet girlB.
Candidates ere hustling around
and about for signers to their peti
tions, as it takes mest all the
voters to Eigu.
There will be work at this place
at once, as the Pipe Line company
is going to build a power house on
the S. C. Roeo faYm, and the Moun
tain Oil Co. is looking for the we'I
on the M. E. O'Hcir farm to come
in at any hour, and r.rpiug
A Nervous Woman ' Finds
Relief Frorrr Suffering.
Women who Suffer from extreme
nervousness, often rn.lure much
suffering before finding any relief.
Mrs. Joseph Snyder, of Tiffin, O.',
had such an experience, regarding
which she says:
ing 1 pells, a coJO,
could net stand
nole At time?
I would almott
fly to piece
stoma tli very
weak Sly ln-"s-lianU
mj 'akinjj I)r.
;!" Nir. . ml I bean o jmpioc
Ufct( I l.ud t. 'lied the fit bcttlo
ur.til 1 vtiis ntittly cun-d '
MHS. JOSUI'II SNYDEH. 5
2C2 Jludron Ft . Tlnin OIucA
Msny renudic: arc recommended!'
for diseases of the nervous system
that fail to produce results because
they do not reach tin seat of the
trouble. Dr Miles' Nervine has
proven it value in such cases so
many times that it is unnecessary
to make claims for it You can
prove its merits for yourself by
getting a bottle of your druggist,
who will return the price if you
receive no benefit. a
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, IrKt-
De.mj'.ni), Ky , May 26.
To the Editor of 1 he Hekald.
fcr L Dear Sir: Will vcv. c:v ept.cfr
good one as it has been a hard cne m your paper for my It-tter?
to drill. -L. The Hekald is a nrCJftg1-.
J. D. E-dwerds and Willie Row. J in " " (l ' af
two of our bDitliug trader,, caiBe!oiewatMobetheflrrt to ro it-
, 4 - , ,, ,. n, Your s-cnl- was at the Grer.b
from court one day Ia6t week anc , , " , . ,. , . 4,
bought some sheep and cov,s be-.of 3 ,ckwa ter fca.nay a the
fore they got home. Of course the church where there -m -,. large
J. ,.. we behaved crowd. Elder W. P.
ooye arn jii gvuu neon.
ATHLETICS, MAYSLICK CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL. MASON CO.
be well taken; but, nevertheless, it is bis or her xiow point mid therefore haa
value. 11 In always good poliey to SUGAR COAT EVERY EDUCATIONAL
PILL. The tmiall school can never afford the pleasure and the exhilaration
which large numbers of children of the same school age can give. The big
consolidated schools are particularly tstroug in this hold upon the older pupilo.
Oar bank f
is your feSj
The man who
for the rainy aay
won't be left out
in the cold.
THE HAZEL 6REEN BANK
It. H. PATTON, Catbler.
ED F. CECIL, Prldent.
rcounliy Correspondence, j
John H. Rose, wife and daughter
Angeline, and Coon Arnett and
wife of Hazel Green were viBiting
the latter'a brother, A. B. James,
and wife Sunday.
Mies Miranda Spencer of Mala
ga is Bponding a few days with her
sister, Mrs. Willi Little.
Aunt Juda Wills is still in a very
critical condition ; no better.
Mrs. Willie Mapel, who haB been
very sick for the past two weekB,
is now some 'better.
Mrs. Floyd Hollon epeut Tues
day with her grandmother, Aunt
Aunt Polly JameB of the Lick
branch spent Sunday with her
daughter, Mis. J. H. Trimble
pay for a
tion to THE HAZEL GREEN' ECCOlJ hMB9 on this creek traday.
HERALD. STmtres all the. Mrs. Claik Cecil, Lou Ward Lula
jisfor 12 months,
Mrs J. H Trimble nas been very
sick for a few days.
Misses Nannie and Eva Buch
anan of Stillwater were guests of
Misses ZMa and Ruth ChJders on
Mrs. N. G. Maloney haB teen
quite sick for the past week with
something like la grippe.
Mrs. J. P. Robb accompanied by
her little granddaughter, Virginia
Smith, Bpent Sunday afternoon at
the home of W. S. Trimble.
Misses Mollie and Grace Lacy
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gave a social to ine young iui v
this creek Saturday nignt.
Floyd HaJsey, who is logging for
E. M. RuBsell on Busy branch,
spent Sunday witn home folks on
J. G. Trimble went to the head
of Red river on business Saturday.
I J G. Trimble soiu a aice uoito
Hahey and others preachGd some
Ivery mterting sermon in in
morning, and at 3 o'clock in tho-
afternoon a large crowd met at th&
Uncle Logan Murphy graveyard,
find heid service there. White
we were ihere the news camo that
John Hall was dying yesterday
morniuc at Maytown.
What has become of Uncle Samr
the poet? We would like to hear
from him: we are always glad to
thhA hf. wit. H. D.
Middle Cillmore Midgets
Undo Charles Fallen, who has
been sick for tometime, is no bet
ter at present.
Montie Gose of Salem wee vieit
iug her grandmother, Aunt Frankie
Rcnnie GibbB and wife and John
Childers and wife were visiting the
latter'e parents, C. C. Gillespie aud
wife of Consolation Saturday night J
Mrs. Emma Wilson of Red river
was visiting her parents, Hoilis
Gibbs and wife Sunday.
Tip Ferguson visited his father-in-law,
Rev. Leander Lacy of Adele,
Mrs. Curtis Wilson wbb visiting
her narentB. Holly Carpenter and n,hfir remedieB failed." It will do-
wife at mouth of Grassy, Satur-,;be same for you if yon are
Bestffiedicine for Colds.'
Wb6n a druggist recommends a
remedy for colds, throat and lung
troubles, yon can feel sure that he
knows what he is talking about.
C. Lower, druggiBt, of Marion, 0.r
writes of Dr. King's New Discov
ery : "I know Dr. King's New Dis
covery is the best throat and lung
'medicine I sell. It cured my wifo
of a severe bronchial cold after alt
day and Sunday,
Stella Taulbee is this week with
her mother, Mrs. Martha Gilley of
Grassy, who iB dangerouBly ill of
dropsy of the heart.
Mav 27.' Cow Boy.
;..r, Twh a rolrl or Biv bronc.
-throat or lung cough. Keep ft boK
tie on hand all the time for every
one in the family to use. xi i
KnrriArinntor. I'nce ouc ana .
Guaranteed by all dealers. A
Host Prompt and Effectual Cue
for Baa uoiub.
When you have a bad cold yon
want a remedy that will not only
give relief, but eilect a prompt, ana
laughter, Mis. J. H. Trimwe. j. " S &3, a remedy ihat is
Q;to a crowd from Hazei Green colt to W.ll.e Hampton f c, 0. permj ,& ihflt
"f ded cturcb at the Johnson May 6. Rebhe. tains nothing injurious. Chamber-
Evane, Clemma Lacy, James Lacy,
E. A. Johneon aDd Lillian John
son among them.
Miss Nai.cy Sample of Hazel
reen is Eei!aing a ie uj """
and at this old price we
should add 500 names
in 60 davs. Send ,your
Iiame and $1.00 tyday.homefolk on this creek.
CASTOR I A
Per Infants and Chalditc
The Kind You Have Always Beught
Imperial Hotel Boraed
The Imperial Hotel at Jac
was burned to the ground
morninc about3:30 o clock.
one wae burned or injured, bu
nn'thinu was saved.
The Imperial was erected abon
fifteen years ago, and wee the next
I. . . , -f -J.. .rf-.n all o - . - .. .
lain b uougn iiemeuy "j.o "i , , CpWPll Williams ot iiatrt-
tnr cfunn.,"""" - .. .
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Up UlUli &&GUI a jjiyuwx
1 unr-n rr,nirom.nfq
' tnre's plans, relieves the lunge, aids county
W ' W V
-lntrtrfltinn. rmpns the bcCretioDB
and r.-icrfi the system to a heaithy
c:.(I '.". This remedy has a world
: u. e : ..d.npe, andean always
!be depended upon. Fold vy a:J
ceo the Imperial was conducted by
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Jnhn Fralev, formerly t fsog-
ton, who removed fr- r.i Ji Lpn to
W'St L'berty to encr.ge in the oiL
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