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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t rrr fi ir4 wur I iP Tft Jmf L t I THE HAzEL GIEEN HERALDp r Established Maroh 41886 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll E = == 0 rf n n 4PKNOKK Oirnnranil 14iorTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advance 1 TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 10 1008 NUMBER IS Lexington and Eastern Railway I Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND lol ItIooiI dui STATIONS Daily ex Daily mid buuuj Sunday Sunday AMIvcJPMLvei Lye Jackson 6 in ut 1 20 pui 7001101- OK Junet fJ 161111 J 2 i5 pun 703 am Beattyve Jo 7 07 am alO pal 7Mam Torrent T 30 au 1 3 41 pm 815 am Nat Bridge I 7 JT mil 3 fill pw 826 nUl Campton Jn 7 48 an 3 67 pn 828am Sta ion 8 15 am 4 26 pn 884 am Clay City 8 IOuro I 35 pm 91J2 au LEJuucu 000 urn 507 pm JUtJ3a- mWillcheuerj blZuiii 6 20 pn 1012 alii Jl f5 1111 r U5 pug 1025 811 ll EAST BOUND Nol k N SulddandSuuduy P M LyeAMLyeI I Lexington 0 7 36 uui- a I 25 ii ui 0 11 IIIch b la am38 nm 20 248 pm ttrIO BSBliin a 6v pw 4U Ulu 9 tJ2 ILW 3 58 pm H bluutuu Ijj II iU aw 4 30 iimi iUmuiituii Juutnij i 9 3b pm 4 15 pw BUI Nat 1111101 I57I 113 am 4 47 put ti21urreut U 56 am 5 lU pm iu lieattyveJc 70 lb 17 am d US pw lIu JbCkbUliIl4 11 15 am S 10 pm 94 11 2U aID CONNECTIONS L E ItMTiiJ =liiiiun Noe 1 and will niuke coiinictiuu with the C ORy lor Ml Sterling CAMPTUN JGSCTIOSTralnaN09 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central sty bur Pine llidpu wid Cuuiplou- BKAITYVUK Ji cttostrams No2- vlll make connection at lleatty ville June with the IL and A Hallway lor passengers to and tram Healtyvlllc OK J inwi ioNframe Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O i K Railway for local stations on the O K Hallway W A McUOVhlL Ueueral Manager UUASCUrlUenFass Axent Olioo IpBtg Railwaya Time Table May 21 I9O6 WEST BOUND No IKi SI No2L Daily axl STATIONS Daily ez y- PMAaa Sunday u 87 PM ABB 5 20 U Canuel City 22 12 35 4 fij 11 Helechawu 20 12 19 145 13 Lee CItYM 13 12 13 4 05 20 ilauiiton 11 11 51 3 51 22 wlniurat6 11 H 3 10 27 OAKJunction 0 U 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 Z KI No22- Daily IX STATIONS Dally ex Sunday If Sunday AJiLvP51 In r 710 H27 Canuel City 0 100 It 7 33 21 Helechawa 0 1 17 7 45 19 LelS City 11 1 23- II 8 24 13 Hampton 13 t i4 8 37 10 Vilhurst M 20 161 9 25 I OK Junction 22 225 to1 t 9 30 I 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Jr 21 and 22 will make close connection JrNos K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for on the Lexington and Eastern nails way M L CONLEY Superintendent mountain Central Haiiioafl No1 N t 2 DEIAKT ARRIVE 000 tv mCamptou1130 a in 200 p ui Cumpton 000 p m No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART f 7 HO amCampn JunclO 05 am 35OpmCampu Juno 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger trains WJ S HEWRY llrniliiuitrterii Jackson KrB- KrBKSKNTINO THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of Fast ern Kentucky and uuanmtee prices and of goods Hold orders for him tquulityK T TfOKV S G AIUIL t ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CnunsolorsatLaw CAMPTON KY Thlft firm will prnctlcein all the Courts rrofWolfe and adjacent counties SpecialI x attention given to Corporation Law andl Real Estate Litigation t Offices Second Floor Farmers andI Tr dtr Bant r N 1 I rl 11 SHE TOOK HIS SPEECH Then the Bright Girl Got Work U Hit Stenographer Sho was riding into the cityon the morning train in search of a po sition as a stenographer Having seen the large florid nine in the scat in front of her cut au adver tisement from his newspaper and put it away in his pocketbook she was just curious enough to look up the corresponding place in her own paper Finding there an advertise ment for a stenographer she noted down the address and thanked her feminine curiosity She then turned hack to her pen cil and notebook It seemed as if practice as she might she never could keep her speed up to 100 words a minute She tried copying from the newspaper but the motion of the car made the words dance before her eyes until they hurt her She tried making up sentences as she went along and failed Finally she resorted to taking down the in cessant chatter of two women be hind her but their talk was often drowned in the disturbances of a number of young people still far ther back who were riotously noisy The young lady struggled with tirade on the servant girl problem aI timing herself by the distance be tween stationstwo minutes from Sherwood to Sherwood Corners Could she do 200 words As her hand dashed madly over the page a large wad of newspaper flew past per and struck the florid man in the neck The laughter behind subsid ed into dismayed giggles Slowly the large man turned his injured neck He was redder than ever as he started to speak The words fell from his lips hot but distinct swiftly but smoothly He was telling the boisterous young people seven seats back just what he thought of them The young woman with the pen cilsaw her chance and took it Here was glorious dictation Her pencil flew The speech lasted a minute and a half and was cut short then only by the arrival of the train at the terminal The stenographer slapped her book slant with a com fortable feeling of having done even better than a hundred words per minute and set off in search of her position v When she arrived at tho address she had noted down she was ushered into a private office where sat the man of the speech She stammered a little until she saw thai he did not recognize her His mindhad been full of bigger things Then she smilingly told him her errand Do you think you can take my dictation he said frowning Yes sir What makes you think so I talk very fast But very distinctly sir She produced her notebook and laid it samplesShe Began to read her notes His jaw dropped There was his masterpiece of the train complete and unabridged It fcally sounded very well so full of fire When she finished he looked at her sharply His face was very red but his eye twinkled The jobs yours he said in a subdued voice Youths Companion Not Much Progress Such an exchange of courtesy as was chroncled in a German paper not long ago would hardly suit the taste of brisk Americans The ex change was in the form of two ad ertisemeniij The gentleman who found a purse with money in the Blumen strasse is requested to forward it to the address of the loser as he is recognizedA two later appeared the response which although so cour teous had an elusive air to say the leastThe recognized gentleman who picked up a purse in the Blumen strasso requests the loser to call at his house at a convenient day Only Hearsay MagistrateHow old are you madam WitnessAccording to your own ruling I dont know itMagistrateWhy how is that WitnessYou stated that hear say was not conclusive evidence did you not MagistrateYes hut Witness intcrruptiug Well I am told that I am so many years old but as you know it is only hearsay Chicago News f 3 l Li COUNTY EtVS J Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority ofmu renders especi ally distant friends I CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 Harlan Tumble of Lacy creek was in town yesterday Attorney T C Johnson of Tal toga is here on business County Court was in session yes terday and Quarterly Court is in today Milton Garver of Lexington has been here on business the last four or five days Joe Murphy of Menifee county was visiting among his relatives in Campton Sunday Esq S F Allen recently sold his stock of groceries to Frnnk Thomas our new merchant Atttrrney George Johnson of Mania was nmniiR the visiting law yers attending County Court here yesterdayJudge John M Rose of Hazel Green was in town yesterday shaking hands with himnny friendsProf IJX Taylors discourse upon the subject of education was listened to by a large and attentive audience at the Court House here last Wednesday afternoon Among those attending Court from Gilmore yesterday we no ticed Nathan Tyler Walter Little James Lindon Robert Little Oliver Pratt Jeff Smith James Banks Edgar Nickel and Henry BanksThe Board of Trustees met last evening and among other business transacted recommend J P Bris Bey foi appointment by the Governor as Police Judge to fill the vacancy occasioned by the sign nation of Judge Rose Elgin Trent a farmer residing near Campton and considerably beyond the middle age of life was found dead in its field a short distance from home last Saturday As he had been in very poor health for several years it is thought he dropped dead from his work there being no one present at the time of demiseDec S S DAYSBQRO DOINGS 0Lookout for some new subscrib ors soon James Reynolds moved his saw mill to Lee City last week J M Little of Belknap was here lust week on business Joel Havens made a business trip to Richmond a few days ago Mr and Mrs Herbert Nickell visited relatives near Ezela few days ago D D Davidson is erecting a nice dwelling on his farm on the Nickells fork- Corolus Chaney left a few days ago for Pike county He is ex pected to return soon Miss Ida Nickell who has been staying at Hazel Green for sometime came home Sunday Dec 7 SWINOECAT For SaleA handsome round wick coal oil lamp with beautiful decorated shade coat 0 can be bought for than one half Apply at this office I TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your Items early so they sellreach our office mornlngMonllnyIfnot be published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only o BELKNAP BLAZES v Bood Jackson of Insko took dinner with David Liudon Sunday G W Craso of the Spinnol fork was here Sunday Most of the people in this section are done gathering corn James H Dunn and wife of Lee City visited here Sunday Mrs A J Maddox left for her home at Judisou N M last week Rev W H Lindon preacheda very interesting sermon here last SundayMiss Esther Lindon of Insko visited relatives and friends near here a few days ago A little two months old infant of Munk Baileys was found dead in bed one morning last week and was buried in the Lindon grave yard near here A C Nickell and son of Cauey were here last Sunday Mr Nick ellsays he will move back to his farm on Read river as soon as he can gets possession Dee 7 Brr K Markod for Death Three y ars ago I was marked for death A graveyardcough was tearing my lung to pieces Doctors failed tu help me and hope had fled when my husband got Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs A C Williams of Bac Ky The first dose helped me and improvement kept on until I had gained 58 Ibs in weight and my heal thwas fully restoredThis medicine holds the worlds healing record for coughs aud colds and lung and throat diseases It pre vents pneumonia Sold under guarantee at all dealers 50c and 100 Trial bottle free LACY CREEK LINES C 0 Rose is making it hot for the quails around here Louis King moved to Torrent last week whore he owns land C S Sample has opened a very fine vein of stone and cannel coal H L Childers made a business trip to Jackson a few days since Robert Gilley is very low with typhiod fever and is not expected to live Mrs J D Rose who has been sick for some time is able to be out again S G Sample and S J Elkins of Campion were here last week bird hunting Quite a crowd from this place attended a box supper on Gillmore Saturday night Mr and Mrs Al Dye and daugh ter Miss Arta of Hazel Green were guests of L E Smith Thanks givingMrs Rivers of New York is hero to spend the winter with her husband who is running a mill at Snowdeuville Dec 7 SBLA The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac For 1009 ready Nov 5 bigger and better than ever by mail 85 cents on news stands 80c One copy free with Word aud Works monthly magazine at 1 a year 2201JJQC1 n HIDDLESBORO MINUTES Bruce MayjjossedI through here I en route to HllechawuIA very largo crowdattended SunIdaySeveralI from this place attended a social given by Nathan Gibbs of Gilmore Saturday night All report a nice time Christmas is drawing near at hand and everybody are expecting a nice time with more weddings than bread and meat Dec 7 RACHii Medicine That is Medicine I have suffered a good deal withmalaria and stomach complaints but 1 have now found a remedy that keeps me well and that rom dy is Electric Bitters a I medicine that is medicine for stomachand liver troubles and forII run down conditions says W Kiestler of Halliday Ark Elec tric Bitters purify and enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy to the weak Your money will be re funded if it fails to help you oOc at all dealers CONSOLATION CRATI0 Sam Lowe of Torront recently moved to the farm of 0W Cecil of Flave this placeIwith typhoid fever is improving at this writing Ben Murphy and John the Skeleton were here Saturday to see Flave Cecil who is sick A new barn and crib now adorn the farm of Mrs Hettip Coldiron which adds much to the Ir auty of the dear old home i Joe Lee Oldfield Rid wife ofl Mize and Mort Cecil and wife of Murphy Fork were guest at the home of Ed Cecil Sunday The candidate are keeping the I roads hot in this neck o and each one thinks he is woodsJJ road to the promised land Little Annie Lou the youngest daughter of John and Florence Ce cilof Montgomery county is vis iting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Ed Cecil When she returns home her parents will surprised to find anumber one cook Ed Cecils brigade of teamsters having finished hauling staves for h e Richmond Cooperage Co starts on a job for W Camp of Cannel City to haul 100000 ftof logs from the farms of E F and 0 W Cecil to Grassy creek to await a tide Courtney Coldirau is engineering the oxen team Dec 7 POET This is Worth Reading Leo F Zelinskipt 58 Gibson St Buffalo N Y saystI cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had with Bucklens Arnica Salve I applied this salve once a day for two days when every trace ot the sore was gone Heals all son s Sold under guarantee at all deal ers 2fc INSKO INSPIRATIONS 0 Buck Goodman has moved to Cannel City- Epheson Lovely of Rousseu was here a few days ago on business Rev W H Elam made a busi ness trip to West Liberty a few days ago F P Wilson visited the singing school on the Spinnel Fork Satur day and Sunday Preston and Curtis Prater of Grassy have been visiting friends bore for the latl few days Fred and Benjapiin Gandhiwont ft 1 J i 1 Ito Belknap a few days ago andIt nice bunch of chickens S M Caudill sold his store to Floyd Arnett and Charley Rose for 550 Caudilll has moved to Itadwine Rowan county where he will continue in the gooes btisinost- JrJr II Robinson of Ezel candi date for county superintel1dentawas in this community talking to the people concerning his candi dacy We hope him success in j I the coming primary as he seems i to be a nice young man l Doc 7 TIAnother Correspondent Joseph Blair passed through here en route to Lee City H IL Bailey made a business trip to Leo City Saturday Elisha Burton of Cow creek was in this vicinity Sunday Rev WmJlindon of this place preached at Belknap last Sunclny James Rudd of Magofiin county was here a few days since on busi nessMr and Mrs Henry Elam visited jrelatives at South Liherty last i wOk iJ I Howard Bailey and wife spent l Sunday with Willie Bailey and familyMrs Fannie Heltons little baby died Tuesday and was buried Wed nesday r s A C Nickell of Grassy pass ed through here Saturday en route to Lee City Horseswapping Ike Center 11- of Belknap was in this section a few days ago J1 W Bailey bought a mulch cow from Marion Lacy a few daya ago for 1500 Dutch Daileyof Cannel City passed through here a few days ago en route to Louisiana Dec 7 FALTAIT There Is more catarrh In this section of tin country than all other diseases put to gether nud until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For A great mac ny years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treat scent pronounced it Incurable Sciencerhas proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufac tured by F J Cheney i Co Toledo 0 Is the duly constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in dotes from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system t They otter one hundred dollars for any case it flails to cure Send for circulars and ten timonials Address K J CHENEY A CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75e Take Halls Family Pills for constipation GRASSY GAB v C D Williams was in town MondayBill passed through here MondayJ and J J Day wentubjlHel echawa Sunday jf Mrs Lizzie Day and J D Hon r listYMiss Ola Howard and Edgar Lykins spent Saturday night with Miss Della Lykins i 1 Frank Cecil and wife and Wm Henry and wife took dinner with- J D Henry and wife SundaynJ Dudley Barker on account lClurel jj- er jI at this place Dec 7 GENEVIEVE A Dangerous Operatioa is the removal of tho appendix n surgeon No one who takes Kings Now Life Pills is ever byiii jected to this frightful they work BO quietly you J feel them They cure constipation headache biliousness and malariaIjI 25c at aU dealers 1 ji 4- rI s I A r i j l LU I III THE HERALDEntered aUbe lintel Oren Post oaoeaeoond olam matter SPENDER COOPER t Editor HAZEL CREEN KY E THURSDAY Dec 10 1903 DEMOCRATIC TICKETa For County Jude lv II DVFI For County Court ClerkR L CARIIO11 For Circuit Court ClerkJ C MNDOX For SherlffGEORGE W SALLKY For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTER For JallerJ C B LITTLE For Co Superintendent WTAtIUKrI For SurveyorE J CREECH For CoronerJ FRANK SAMPLE- r i Democratic Mass Meeting i It is ordered by the Democratic com mittee of Wolfe county that mass meet fogs be held in each magisterial distrrct on December 19 1908 at 1 oclock p in for the purpose of nominating Democrat ic candidates for MagUtrae nnd Constable to be voted for nt the regular November 1909 election The meeting shall be called to order by the regular precinct committeeman or committeemen residing in the said magisterial districts and said committeeman committeemen will give the nominees of said mass meet ings their certificates of nomination The said meetings will be held at or near the regular voting places in the respective magisterial districts It Iis further order ed that any man using liquor or money in securing his nomination shall be do prived of the privilege of receiving iIt certificate of nomination from the com tnitteeraan committmeemen in his mag isterial district Campton Ky Nov 23 1908 A B Cox Chairman W R CATRON Secretary i KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Y Chronicled Dau Smiley col of Glasglow lost his barn and several outbuild ings by fire Friday night origin unknown The barn was filled f with tobacco and new corn Loss o about 1000 L S Hughes a prominent news paper correspondent of Carlisle and a lawyer of considerable abil t tityis being pushed by his friends to become a candidate for Judgef 1 of the Police court or Carlisle fiAtwostory building at Pollard 1 in which was located the postof fice known as Unity was destroyed by fire The Juniors occupied the upper floor and a general store was below Loss total no insurance j Samuel Ray a tenant on the farm of James Neal near Wilson ville while lifting a barrel of water from a wagon last Thursday received a strain from which he l died Friday He is survived by his wifeM ji4 Southworth a citizen of forrJohn Osborue was found stand ing in his room Monday morning last with a bullet in his brain It may be a case of imnrder but looks like suicidef Irvine Watercroft a wealthy horseman of St James Island British Columbia has rented the famous stock farm at Spring Sta tioiijond established his stables Carean and Yorkshire Lad with D brood mares V whookilledens in Fayette county was sentenced to hang Friday De- S comber 4 had his sentence com muted to life imprisonment and was taken to the penitentiary at Frankfort that afternoon While out coon hunting with his gun and dogs James Burton of the Kings Mountain neighbor hood was attacked by some mon strous bird but being quick on trigger he fired and killed it It proved to be a black eagle which n is seldom defeated A great religious revival was held at the Christian church in Paris last weak Rev R H Cross field of Traneaylvania University being in charge Several additions r1 Itto the church resulted and there tWu JIlOr pe1fgiou cnthjusiwrn If n 1JM I than ever before knownIin that cityF M Adams of Crofton is in ia critical condition from tho result of being thrown from n wagon While out driving his horsps be camo frightened at a train and1 started to run and in an effort to stop thorn he thrown from the wagon and struck on his shoulders and neck and run over by the wagonEdgar Settle a npgro under three years sentence to the poni tentinry for housebreaking oscap ed from tho Franklin county jail last Friday night by bending down trim bars nt the top ot a window and lowering himself from the third story with sheets tied to gether Eight other prisoners in the same room knew nothing ofI his escape until dolightI A Clever Woman- A clover woman is one who looks welll after the ways of her own household A clover women is one who un dertakes nothing that she does not understandA woman is one who is mistress of tact and knows how to make the social wheels run smoothly and well A clever woman is one who snakes the other woman think her self the cleverest- A clever woman is one whose ability is never unpleasantly felt by the rest of the world Aclever woman iis one who al ways makes the best of any situa tionA clever woman is one who ac knowledges her neighbors right to live who doesnt believe that she alone is the motive power of the world Candidate for Sheriff Burns Brown iis a candidate for Sheriff of Morgan county He iis a good practical business mat and has lived an unspotted life from the cradle to the present time He never before asked for office and feels sanguine that he will be elect ed if he can get the nomination at the Democratic primary No one will regret voting for him and he would make a good officer OMENS AND MONARCHS Incidents That Have Attended Certain English Coronations Omens should be regarded seri ously by monarchs if there is truth in the stories of incidents that have attended the coronations of certain English kings The wearing of white for example on such an occa tion is said to have been particularly fatal Alone of all the British sovereigns Charles I was robed in white at his coronation The chron iclers say that this happened purely by accident When the ill fated prince formally assumed the crown in 1625 it chanced that all the pur ple velvet at the time to be found in London was not sufficient to supply a robe and there was no time to send tp Genoa or elsewhere for more Long years before the coronation of the second of tho Stuart kings misfortunes had been predicted for a white king of England and surely no mans life ever more fully bore out such a prediction White fol lowed the unlucky Charles even to the grave After the dethroned kings execution on that cold Jan uary day in 1649 as his body was brought out from St Georges hall the snow began to fall and before the coffin reached the west end of the royal chapel the black velvet pall was covered with purest white from frozen flakes- Unfortunate signs and portents also attended the coronation ofI James II The wind was light yet the canopy which was held over the kings head by the Cinque Port barons was found to be torn and the flag which was run up on the tower at the moment of coronation was soon afterward seen hanging in tattersThe most portentous omen of all however attended the coronation of George III in whose reign Britain sustained her greatest disasterthe loss of the American colonies It is curious how this disaster was pre symbolized at the coronation As the king was moving across the ab bey floor wearing the crown the great diamond fell out and was not found again without a good deal of trouble Scrap Book Una For Kerosene Kerosene oil iis a great help to loosen dirt used in various ways A p Fo ifgn Tag wijckP aWh- e Basin niuch morn easily than soap It is also good for cleaning an iron sink If the childrens hands are stuck up with balsam or wagon grease try rubbing them with a rag wet in kerosene before applying soap and water If they get wagon soapi1nclean dirty clothes such as coarse towels take n tablespoonful kero sene and n small piece of soap Boil thee together with a quart ofwater till it makes an emulsion Put this in your boiler with enough cold water to cover your clothes and let it come to a boil stirring the clothes occasionally This saves a lot of hard rubbing It is also very good to soften childrens shoes which have become hard by being soaked with wntcr Suburban Life EatI anything said the bachelor girl When I get so sad I dont know what to do I go out and get me something to eat A little fellow I was very fond of once taught me that lie asked me to take luncheon with him to talk over a quarrel we were having During the talking over it I got to crying I cried all over my fish He ordered me some more fish and scolded me while they were getting it ready Never cry Frances he said as long as youve got a good lunch eon or dinner before you It isnt worth while No I never saw him again but whenever I want to cry I think of him and get me something good to eat insteadX York Press The Gentrys Reason A soldier at the Toulon arsenal was on sentry duty thother day outside a powder magazine when an cilarYonsaid the sentry and after a mo ments hesitation the officer obeyed Almost immediately afterward the officer returned aid saw the sentry smoking his cigar He was about to call the guard when the soldier said I am not a smoker captain I was merely keeping it alight to show the corporal when he conies around that I was right in ordering you to throw it away The captain smiled and walkeion St James Gazette If you are a business man did you ever think of the field of opportunity that advertis ing opens to you There is almost no limit to the possi bilities of your business if you study how to turn trade into your store If you qyc not get ting your share ofjfnebusmess of your community there a reason People go where they arc attracted where they know what they can get and how much it is sold for If you make direct statements in your advertising see to it that you are able to fulfill every promise you make You will add to your business reputa tion and hold your customers It will not cost as much to run your ad in this paper as you think It is the persistent advertiser who gets there Have something in the paper every issue no matter how small We will be pleased to quote you our advertising rates par ticularly on the years business u- We Buy FURSHides and Wool Featheri Tallow Benwax Cbueac GolJenScaUYeUowRaotMarAppU Wild Ginger etc We an dulcni oltbluKxi ia 1856Oat half a century iin Louivilloudcaado better lot you tea grab or comnuoioa nerchub Rcfeieacc any Bank in Lou rife Writa for wally price lit and iliipciBf tar fieSabol Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY DAY HOUSE Hazel Croon Ky Hrs LJU DAY Proprietor Best table fare In Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected HeAted gn4 lighted by KOI throughout dad epeeinl wcommodfltlopi to Imtlytf wen i JJ Some say I am too high Prove tho truth give mo a try fW Come in and see me and I will surprise you Have mo fix your tooth and if you aro not satis fied I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TOLEDOEBLADE TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State In many respects the TOLEDO BLADE is newsllaperpuhllshedonly newspaper especially edited for nation al circulation It has had the largest clr culation for more years than any newspaper printed In America Furthermore ills the cheapest newspaper In the world RS will be explained to anv person who will write us for terms The News of the World so arranged that busy people can more easily comprehend than by reading cumbersome plainInwritten from inception down to date The only paper published especially for people who do or do not read dally newspapers and yet thirst for plain facts That this provenbyover 200000 yearly subscribers and is dir culated In all pnrts of the United States publishes partments of matter suited to every member of yearWrlleTHE BLADE Toledo O Buggies I BuggiOS Tile citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but first class buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere IiJRemember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can youCall see me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TAMDrawNCoprmoMra C- AnyaeyaeEtn a a sketch and d eriPtlon m- elUlekJfnam oar opinion fn whether mn lnTeo1oo uonetc JIIOblJHCommuulsent use Patent A OorecelTi ijMrtal noClu nwitEooutairgeIIn toe Scientific Jtaericatu A huidiotnelr Illmtntod weeklf Turret Hit caution of jmr actentMo lonrnaj fermal rearj armonUuiL Bold byall newadealer hcCo NewYijk I 8tWuhl Do THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then make up your mind andwrIte 4 me for descriptive list of farms in Missouri productivethe inn at prices ranging from 15 to 40 4 au acre and come wbere life Is made toler able by easy paofitrble fanuingWhy sweat and fret life away in the vain effort to eke out a mere miserable sustenance from the rock ribbed rootlaced hillside as your father and fathers father did when there Is so much good land to be had yet awhile for a mere song Get out of the rutsbreak away from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose to the grindstone All it takes Is resolution and a little nerve Writs me and let me help you to a better condition IIt Nr PHIPPS dianute Kansas FrllhtOrIe21 TIBBSjj Everything for Orchard Law Ml Gardentlrlrir WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS HF HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY- DR C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profestioaal services to the clti- tens ot Hazel Green and surrounding cooo ur slotloeMeeOrgan teat 4i iJf Our Fall Opening- We invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We willshow an exceptional array of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including the famous ACH H Trimmed Millineryt 1 MISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GEEEN ELK7UCEY HAZELGREENCADEMY Winter Term Opens Dec 29 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUD have been revised so us to afford the beat advantages possible for young men and women who desire to better prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for tin STATE DERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for tho SOPHOMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers Careful attention is given to each stiulont TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues i M O CARTER Principal 4 V Money to Burn VIf you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may be bunud lost or stolen j but if you want to keep it safely whorl it will always be b d ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank r account will give you n better business standing in t the community mid a ppoatige that you may nevor i huvo enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will be pleased to see it there before t the close of thin year UKKS j j THE HAZEL GREEN BANK The Right Kind of J Reading Matter 4 i The home news the doings of the people in this town the gossip of our own community thats the first kind of reading matter you want It is more important more interesting to you than that given by the paper or magazine from the outside world It is the first reading matter you should buy Each issue of this paper gives PP- to you just what you will consider The Right Kind t- Reading Matter 4v- im k 1 ili f 4 c c 9 1 rt far i n 4 rre fcgi a 1ixw t I ft J T f t C 1t 01 f C h t h c p rThroat J Coughs Ask your doctor about these throat coughs He will tell you how deceptive they are A tickling in the throat often means serious trouble ahead Better explain your case caret fully to your doctor and ask him about your taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral Wa publlili our formula i AWureyoutolj3 loeholFl Who makes the best liver pills The J C Aycr Company of Lowell Mass They have been making Ayers Pills for over sixtv year If you have the slight est doubt about using these pills ask your doctor Do a1 he says nlways 1a bV o Lowellbtase OcnccU u THE HERALD Rev Wayne Long preached af Daysboro Sunday to an intelligent and attentive audience Geo Sandifer who have been working for John Rose left for 1Lexington Monday to epend the holidays Will Swaugo of Montgomery county was a welcome visitor here Friday lost hut had little time to spend Mrs Frank and daughter Miss Jo Hord left Tuesday for their home at FlcmingHburg accompanied by Miss King of Lexington Our friend Frank Elam who recently moved from Insko has the thanks of editor and his better seveneighths for a great big bunch of persimmons as fino as figs Thero is a strong probability that by the time our spring thaws comp we will have a tiling plant in operation end it may be en larged to a pottery with proper encouragement Miss Florence Miller one of the teachers at the ncndemy and + Mips Coleman the Indy instruc tor in the industrial department loft Monday for their respective homes Louisville and Lexington The stockholders of Hazol Green Bank are hereby notified to meet at said bank on Saturday December 19 190S for the purpose of electing officers for the year 1909 II F PIERATTPresident Col Jack Rittenhouse one of the shrewdest business men in Eastern Kentucky last Monday bought 1000 stock in the Hazel Green Bank for which ho paid above par but wo are not privileged to say how much Miss Daisy Day who returned homo Thursday last from an out ing of several weeks during which she was in New York City for three weeks says that under all circumstances she had the most delightful time of her life She thinks of spending the winter in the land of flowers and will prob ably winter at Jacksonville Fla The Mountain Central railroad is commanding a largo part of the traffic in freight from this section by reason of their courteous treat ment and their passenger business grows every day John Day pres idedt of the road tolls his em- ployeR to treat every body right and from personal observation they do so Our Man About Town a few lays since mot with four of the hand somest widows in Eastern Ken tucky lEvery one is UP pretty as- a picture industrious sociable ulid above all they know how to I roach a mans heart They can cook to a queens taste All four are friends of the editor andwere he a Mormon he would take thorn in provided they said so and they are all so companionable they would have to cast lots There+ are a whole lot of bachelors in the bluegrass and if they want the best wives this state produces let em come here v X- iqfI iJI lSitut Gj WIiib Death of Mrs A CNickell Mrs Laura Nickell wife of Dr A C Nickell diedf Thursday morning last While she had been nn invalid for two or tbrm years and for some months lust dangerously ill till death came as- a shook The evening before sheI died she walked some distance from her home and her friendsI hoped she was improving but the result proved that her energy Wits the rellnlt of her dementia from which she had suiTerod for several years If we are not mistaken shJ was a Lady Macaboe and for years quite an active worker in the soci ety She was a loved und honor ed lady prior to her dementia and- a host of friends will mourn her loss As fine a tribute aa could be written is the fact that site raised four children whom nnv mother should be proud of For instance Mrs Butler Hughes Ne vadft Misses Frances Denny and Golden an exceptional bright one She leaves besides those we mention her father and mother Marion Jones and wife one sister and four brothers Alonzo Jones of Fnrmingdale S D Dial Junes of Vale S D Jim lomol Green ville Miss and Mrs John C GOSH of Halstead Kansas She was a member of of the Christian church and her funeral was preachpd by Rev Wayne Long Her husband and children have the sympathy of everybody in this suction Card of Thanks To those who were so kind and attentive to us during our recent bereavement we desire to express our heartfelt thanks Especially are we grateful to those who were so thoughtfulof our loved one dur ing her long sickness May they in like afflictions be ministered unto as they have ministered is the prayers of Mr and ftlrs 11 W Jones and Dr A C Nickell and children Mrs NEVADA HCOIIKS Said io be Fine Few people hero know that you can cure that dread American diR ease Rheumatism with just common everyday drugs found in any drug store The prescription is so simple than nay one can prepare it at home at small cost It is made up as follows Get from any good prescription pharmacy Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargon one ounce i Compound Syrjip Srrsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking in a bottle and take ill teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bed time These are all simple ingre dients making an absolutely harm less Lome remedy at little cost Rheumatism as every one knows is a symptom of deranged kidneys It is a condition produced by the failure of the kidneys to properly filter and strains from the blood the uric acid and other mutter which if not eradicated either in the urine or through the skin pores remains in the blood de- compOSES and form about the joints and muscles causing the untold suiTering and deformity of rheamatism This prescription is said to be a splendid healing cleansing und invigorating tonic to the kidneys and gives almost immediate re lief in all forms of bladder a1 urinary troubles nnd backache The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac For 1909 ready Nov 15 1108 best ever sent out beautiful covers in colors tine portrait of Prof Hicks in colors all the old fea tures and several new ones in the took The best astronomical year book and the only ono containing the original Hicks Weather Fore cast By mail IJ5c on news stands HOc One copy free with 11montbb11 on almanacs ill quantities Agents wanted Word and Works Pub 2201 Locust Street St Louis IIQo Every citizen owes it toI himself to his fellows and toI I Prof Hicks to possess the Hicks forecasterthe only rulilluleI IPbr n 0SM8e val Ntunlft Tttat take Be try jUUjnaJta Rata Tt 7- raliflM ttfe fftata +tM + Itv MMWBI KMfr I 1 tt J j fi tDiI M cw K What He Thinks of the Candidates- El Paso Texas Nov 80 Editor Herald The primary has come and gone losing in its worka fow surprises and still I nearlyInominated or elected as the case may be Like tho advocate plead ing with the earnectness of a mar j tyr believes in the innocence of j his client so the candidate in the liiti und strife and turmoil ofn cuiipuign is prone to overlook the I advantages of his opponent for get the over provoking chance of thelairWhile it was not the pleasure of I the writer to participate in the primary and had he the honor of I selecting thn nominees the person el thereof would he very materially changed from what it is for personalreasons and relationship- yet v my party has spoken and selected tlii worthy gentlemen whose names adorn our roster as its standard hearers I bow to the will of my party and find pleasure in pledging to it and its nominees my earnest support I want to go on record MB saying that it is one of tin best strongest and surest winning tickets ever presented by the Democrats of old Wolfe and the Republican who thinks he can defeat Judge Duff or any nominee on the ticket should be classed with Deacon Jones Billy goat which tried to butt a running lowe tive off the track As to the honorable gentlemen who went down in detent in the primary IH me say that there is no sham awl therH should lo no remorse in an un honorable defeat For when two tries for the same thing at the same time one must need failnor s the lust race to he won or all the offices to be fill edor see our responsibilities end ed Cooperate greed and Plutoc rocy by a coalition with every other will power having gained possession of our stock and tint on IIIl government arenow seeking to fasten their talons upon our local government by electing their henchmen to office The honor roll is being made up and the vic torywill not bo complete unless the name of every Democrat in the county is requested then Yes were marching on to victory boys We are marching once again C C FUIKS The BazarII The bazaar held in the Indus trial building Saturday last was one of the grandest affairs went off in Hazel Green Some of the do nations were as fine as could be found in the state fair any chari table affair and they realized over 100 The ladies who had the matter in charge deserve great credit for their energy and enterprise Some of them deserve special mention but were we to do so we might innocently omit some ones name who had really done much and wet therefore say nil did their best- SANDFIELD SIFTINGS 0IByrd and Ed McNabb went to Kznl Saturday I Miss Emma Clark was a guest j I of Miss Rosie Wills Sunday I Mrs Rildip OldfUld visited rein sunIdndayThere will be a Christmas tree at Tolivor church lEverybody in vited John Clark wife and little son Earl spout Sunday with Mrs Clarks father Pete Wills Mr and Mrs Butler Hughes passed through hero en route to their home at Pomeroyton Prof Swango and wife of Hazel Green passed through here I Sunday en route to Maytown Misses Alice Wills and Nancy Cutron and Willie Catron spent Saturday night with W T Nabb 1IcII Dec 7 GLRNDOHA NerrvtM tr Sick Headacb win yield quickly to U1t fefliuae K Dr MJW ArtFate na K Nay oaU j 4iifItrwrr ar rr I The Cause of ManyII Sudden DeathsII There Is a disease country most dan erous because so decep in ii cuff vw live Many sudden deaths are caused by rip It heart disease fjp pneumonia heart l failure or apoplexy are often the result I I i i i ofkldneydlseaseIfkldneytroubleisal F I jII lowedtoadvancethe kidney poisoned I blood will attack the I xw vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure Is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver andI bladder remedy It1 corrects Inability to hold urine and scald Ing pain In passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled tto- go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sot by all druggists In fiftycent and one dollar sized bottles You may Krfl havea sample bottle of this wonderfulnewdis I I covery and a book that tells all about It both Hom ofsw mpRoot sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton NY When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper x mane any mistaKe nut rememoet ifi rime Swamp Root Dr Khmer s BlngnamtonU THE VERY BEST 1 Have any of our readers seen a re cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Euquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments j and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce aI paper that exactly fits needs of at family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reignsI supremeFather obtains ample informatio- that nd guides in the where when an how to regulate and increase th income from his efforts The mother in management of household affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that jjC As are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a nonsectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell j a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being I I The cleanest and best family 4 Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0 1 3p ffTn WINCHESTER VflllrMr KY nkk X U WtTnEnsrooxPresident I Hnlil Up Capital i 810000000 5 Undivided IrollU I 11000000 f llniuUuiue Deposit of 9 Wuver i i i 850000000 b This hank solicits the accounts of p merchants farmers traders and bus mess mess generally throughout East- em Kentucky and offers Its custom ers every facility mul the most liberal legitimateti t t n I B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON andIIl line if Cnllin nflgkets Burial Clothe awayheffsSrSpecwl caskets supplied on 24 hour notice finest made if ordered Teams mill hacks furnished funerals Alan can fill orders for tombstones a- SEIVELL CiUd- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY O flers his jirolesslniml services to citizens of Wolfe county and solicits the patronage of all who way have legal paper to execute Office at pitI reildeuce on IlmaLerI A t ut kb1uJ V ojt 11J I Jtl oj w NES7S7 FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY misses mBPEL TROY announce that they have just received their Fall and tiYin ter stock of Millinery and a great variety of Novelties never before seen in Eastern Kentucky FURNISHING + GOODS + dfor ladies and children including hosiery underwent belts and novelty neckwear will be launch in the display to which every one is invited OJMAPEL TROY Kash JohnsonKashDEALER General Merchandiseii COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY j Invite the attention of the people uf Hazell Green and vicinity to the jI new stock of gouda they hove just received embracing general stores i Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware itc and especially their j Shield Brand Clothing Dress iGoods Latest Prints Domestics all of which they sell at a small profit for CASH their policy IeingjQuick Sales and Small Profits Soliciting your trade j hope to merit by fair dealing we are respectfully yours 1j t Kash Johnson Kash Ellis Johnson in connection with the stotM runs an uptodate Livery and Feed Stable Drummers hacks for hire at all times NEENeF and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call and examineii our new stock of fall and winter goods which for cash will be sold lower than ever before PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yard Our Shoes are the best to be had Sott bring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROS 1 I j Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling j j goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time tolwrite an advertisement and heII says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another assistant 1 for which they can not make room with the goods itme Letter Heads Statements I k Bill Heads 4l EnvelopestrCards f way of highgrade commercial printing Our assortment of job i type is complete our press facillII ties of the best and our true typographical artists This tells all the story of our facilities for doing job printing of the right Cardskind at the right pricesEnvelopesI i WBillHeads 1StatementsLetter L P iIi lfkM x L HI I ls r2p 4 u i rjf i xj t 1 f rt i quPain Weakens Headache rhciininf ism neuralgia or pains of any nature weaken the sys tem they are a strain upon the nerves Almost instant relief can be ob tained by taking Dr Miles AntiPain Pills and with out any bad aftereffects Take one on first indica 1 tion of an attackit will ward it offrrlllY are a pleasant little tablet sold hv1 druggists everywhere 1 25 doses 25 cents never sold in bulk I was subject to ronpfnnt head aches for a period of four yours At times I wns almost tmflttoil for tho work In which 1 inn rminnoil that of station nRflit Throned tho mlvlco of a friend I tried Dr Miles Anti Pain 1llls and the result his been that I Ihave entirely rniiMrntoil my system of those continuum hendaehes that follow n continual mental slniln They have done for mo till that la claimed for them o L RUSSELL Agt C X W fly IJattlo Creek la I have used Dr Stiles AntiPaint Pills for a year now for neurnlRlii and find there Is nothing like them They surely Imvn been a Mrwlnir to mo MRS M J HAMILTON Upper Alton Ills Your druggist sells Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only If It falls to benefit you r Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind JNOREVOLVIN G t STROUCtiQw SINOE KALB ILL KANSASCrrVKO Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood A eA n n IThe lowest priced good garden catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb III Kansas City Mo A BOOK O- FMYSTERY i IS The Veil ny Mary Harriott Norris 12mo Cloth 309 panes SlSO Order of Your Bookseller or the Publisher RICHARD G BADGER Publisher Boston t tr KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery fUR 11OLDSa AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUABANTEED SATIBFAOrOR r OR MONEY REFUNDED GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY mytany style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearset I and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully nolioited i SMS GEO RICE Ad i 2 r I ITHE FAMILY BIBLEu lit Old Time Record of Birth Mar riages and Deaths glnealogit1I1 pose in its day said the librarian and 1 dont see that with all our boasted advance in civilization we have developed anything quite to take its place Of course nowadays cities and towns pride themselves Jon the accuracy of their vital statistics and we have whole libraries of I genealogical worksdry enough most of them are too nut the in dividual family record such as was kept a few generations ago is very decidedly missing and its a pity that such is the case For one thing the list of births marriages and deaths that were kept in the ponderous volume of Holy Writ operated to keep the members of the family close to one another It was in a way a central point valuable for sentimental reasons as well as for reasons more distinctly utilitarian As scribe succeeded scribe the family continually was emphasizedand the entries were significant pf the growth ofa clan nish feeling which is too little in evidence at the present time There are not I venture to say very many people in this year of grace who know anything or care anything about their relatives further remov ed than the degree of first cousin ship and even first cousins are fre quently out of mind lOf course our tendencies are re sponsible largely for this state of affairs but I often wish that we had reminders of our kin such as were furnished by the family Bibles of past days with their direct personal j messagesjever I see one of these pages filled with careful entriesentries made in joy and in sorrow in the confi dence of pride of life or by the trembling fingers of olllagtit seems to me that we have lost something in our hurried existence that is to be regretted We can go to the city or town clerk or perhaps to the public library for information as to our ancestry of our relatives but this iis a rather cold and formal method of procedure Certainly we do not find in official records and in books the handwriting of our forbears Xew York Press By Intention When a Scotchman has no argu ment at his tongues end to defend his own line of conduct which an other may have criticised it may ancestryhasA man who has an estate in Scotland took his new plowman to task for the wavering furrows which were the result of his work Your drills are not nearly as straight as those Angus made he said severely He would not have left such a glebe as this Angus didna ken his work said Tammas calmly contemplating his gazeYethe sun gets in on all sides an tis then ye get early taties He Knew A teacher in an isolated school situated in the cattle country of Wyoming where the children learn their letters from the brands on alphabet pupils the different sounds of a as denoted by the marks above the letterNow inquiredhopefully board to the letter and the mark signifying the long sound what is thisThere discouraging boy cried excitedly as he waved his hand I know teacher Thats Bar ALippincottsMajesty People Queen Victoria had had doubtless some recollection of the the ories of the divine right of kings so when Mr Gladstone then prime minister brought her a paper to be signed she said I cannot sign it That does not represent my sentiments Madam said the premier you must Do sign itIEnglandlandMadam EnglandAnd sho signed Had Plenty of Room A passenger entered a railway carriage already containing ten people and placed with great care a small valise under the seat There he said now I hope no accident will happen to that Why what is In it asked an in passengerDynamite the man incontinentlytied he proceeded to open the valise con taining dynamite and eat his lunch in comfort LoidM t1 LJo n TULU Watch for the First Installment True Tales of the PlainsB- y BUFFALO BILL Illustrated by Parker We will publish the life story of the greatest scout who ever lived relating in vivid language his experiences following the trail and fighting the Indian describing many of the most important engagements of the United States troops in their long contest against the redman for the mastery of the plains i Watch for the First Installment Ii e Weak Wom llfrequently suffer groat pain and misery dicing the 4change of life It is at this time that the 1anoflcialleffect of taking Cardui is most appreciated by those who find that it relieves their distress a 1r TAKE 3 j It Will Help YouJMrs Lucinda 0 Hill of Procland 0 writesjj badlyI i began take it I felt better in a week Now my pc ins have gone I can sleep like a girl of 16 and tho change of life has nearly left me Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES ri Tiird w v y 1 t == = h Dont Use a Scarecrow 1j f To Drive Away the Mail Order Wolft i You can drive him out quickly if you use the mail t torder houses own weapon I ffadcrtising Mail order week thousands in order of to spendingiifrom the home Do you think for a minu they would keep it upai they didnt get the busi ness Dont take it for t granted that every one within a radius of 25 miles Afrknows what you have to Ivsell and what your prices are Nine times out of tern your prices are lower but the customer is influenced by the uptod ite adver shouldbeesting way and When you want to reach the buyers of this com inanity use the columns of this paper 9 I U f 4 4I