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Image 124 of Biography Series, Volume 3- A Dictionary of Prominent Women of Louisville and Kentucky, edited by Bess A. Ray

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i 115 I Miss Hayden lived in Eminence where her brother-in-law was Q _ a successful homeopathic physician. She studied medicine, graduated F p in pharmacy, and in 1892 opened a homeopathic drug store in Eminence. ; Three years later she moved to Louisville and established Haydon's ` V Homeopathic Pharmacy, of which she continues as proprietor. In _ A addition to the regulation medicines Hiss Hayden has placed on the market a number of her own compounds which are known as Haydons ? A; Remedies. = CRITICAL ESTIMATES y I The History of Kentucky Biographical says: "In 1895 Miss Q Hayden came to Louisville, here opened a drug establishment in i 1897 and through the intervening period of three decades has A o ersted one of the finest homeooattic harmacies in this art . 5 P c p P' , e of the country. She is a registered pharnneist whose remedies i I have a national reputation and are sold in all parts of the lf United States through the recommendation of satisfied customers." i ~ BIBLIOGRAPHY i SOURCE MATERIAL: Z Whole Who in Louisville, 1926 j A History of Kentucky Biographical, vol.4 ; W. S. 5 a * a s a x e e * I _ JANE ALBINA HEARIN (Mrs. Cordis E. Hearin) i _ b. May 4, 1884 g 1 I I . . . 1 I , Jane Albina Campbell was born in Dixon, Kentucky, the j daughter of Samuel and Paulina (Wise) Campbell. She attended ;, the Dixon High School and studied music during her attendance L; pj and &fter graduation. She was married to Cordis E. Hearin of Clay, Kntucky, on June 15, 1904. Mrs. Hearin is a Baptist g _ gn? & DUlOCrat. Her present business address is LO4 LOI"Ch rain Street, Clay, Kentucky. ` i L For a number of years after her marriage Mrs. Hearin S saught mSic, later entering the banking business when hor Q 2USb&HG needed assistance in organizing the Farmer's National , ;&nk of Cl&Y She served as bookkeeper and assistant cashier _f or fourteen years. Since 1926 she has been active vice president { and director. Q Z Q

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