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I ti ii F JIHE 0 HAZEL GREEN HiiLD f I Established March 4 1886 MadeFamoai the Story ofJonathan and His Continentby Max ORell 0 u Ke nd Kdltop The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year Afflnr r = rTWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3 1910 NUMBER 32 i Hilton and Eastern Railway fill Table III Effect Jane 21 1908 4 WEST BOU- NDnstATIONS Daily o1exIliallyandI Sunday Aoo Sunday buudayonly AMLye PMLve AMLve 6 10 BUI I 2 SO pa TW am KWon Janet Ii 10 Im 2 25 Im 1lI5 am- Jea 0t amJcTe 73oam 341 pn 815aw- gis Bridge 7 45 am 3 lpn 8tS am Ju 7 48 kill a 7 pr 828 amtoUpton 8 15 ant 4 26 pm IoI am etaawn I 25 am 435 pn 902 nut- LZEJnncn wtyCity 9 uUam 5 07 pr luu3ant1- 71aebeater II 12 am 5 20 pu 1012 am at 9 55 am U u5 plio 1U2h lim LUtoU EAST BOUND MKI No 4 110 ettiTATIONB Uaily and dtyBundyyIAMLT rJl d 55P 0 Lexington IIo 7 35 am Wtucbeter 20 I 13 am S S f8 bu 38 pill pili pillL 20 40 KJ uncuon1I 40 18 26 U2 10 pm- S wJ1 am ntonli44H358 pm Campton Juntn 9311 pm 430 pill 57 NIU Hrrt 57 9 43 ana 354 pm 6 Torrent 02 9 5d al1l 447 pm I am 510 pill 70 UeaUyveJ OKJuncn 70lltll7 am in 610 tM pill pm III 94 JackaonII am CONNECTIONS L AE Jirwoaltatue Nos 1 and for will make connection with the C t OKy Int tter1 ngntfor JUNCTIoNTrains Nos 1 2CaXrXox Ssad 4 connect with the Mountain Centralt Pine Ridge and CamptouCBIlo JBIATTYVUK JUInONlraius No 2WI eUl yoke connection lit Heauyville June itth the 1 and A Kailway lor passengers iud from attyTiUe 0 KJUMCTlosTrains Nos 3 and 4I connect with the Ot K Railway for localI nations on the O k K Railway W A McUOWiXL Ueiieral MnagerA OIlAbAUlTOena Agent t en nil utfnti BaiiwagI lime Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUNDaNo33 iKI No 21 l1ru n STATIONS Daily ex m SundayBu1111 I fJLARB1 0 27 PMARK 520 I fil Cannel City 22 1 35 455 11 Helechawa 20 12 19C145 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 J53 22Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 J 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No22II JoU S SI icily u STATIONS Daily u8aaday Sunday AULV I PMLVB 710 27 Cannel City 0 100 j 7SS 21 Helechawa 6 117 7 45 19Lee City 11 1 23I8 24 13Hampton 13 1 H 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 925 1 04K Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 f Hoi 21 and 22 will make close connector M 0 4 K Junction with NOl 3 and 4 fo HtaUon the Lexington and Eastern Rail wa f M L CONLEY Superintendent I itain GBltl3lRailloadd No1 No 2 JBBPltT 600 a mCampton1130 am 200pmCampton6oopm INo2 No1 I ARLIVE i iDEPART II Xl80an Campn Juncl005nm- I 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm I The Mountain Central I connection with aU L E pas- tt t v lager trains rB F BOLIN- QrDNDERTAKER f t CAMPTON KY INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and 1 counties that hecarnea ika0 of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothea rll eveq thing necessary to put away fcedetd in decent styleIliIVSpecial supplied I Mats noticeinapt made if ordered i sf Teams and backs furnished funerals I Also can fill order for tombstones Ac oi EWELL C HOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY tU professional aerTicea to citizens of eo nty and solicits the patronage of BUT faye legal Men to tzsMte M Uli4eaee 1i1Wl ntea- F II COUNTY NEWS Local Items of eneralI lteinterestof our readers especi not ally distantfriends and CILLMOREmScott Nickell went to Campton ou today on business this Carter Ely sold to Howard Spencer a fine hog for 1550 James Bush of Stillwater mov O M Pratta Saturdayde Mrs Rhinda Ely visited her parents at Maytown a few days last week a Andy Nickell visited hie brother Logan on Lacy creek Saturday and SnndayaJake Morrison recently moved in from Lee City to N B Tylers for place on Rush fork Howard Nickell and Robert He Robinson were guests of JamesI Nickell Saturday and Sunday Logan Miller of Stillwater formerly of Middletown Ohio wasI for this section visiting friends D B Nickell returned Friday from Campton where he had been two weeks attending to busiS8 Melissa McIntosh returned to last Monday where sheI stay with Stella Lindon for afil whileMartha Ely left for Oakdale last Monday where she will attend- school I and board with her sister for oaksUIHoward the infant son of Logan Lindon and wife was seriously burned last Monday We hope it will not prove fatal Charley Caskey and AlvIn Old field pawed through hero Saturday route home They had been to the head of Stillwater at Alvins milltThere is something no one has ever learned what it is on thea ridge between J M Elys farm Sam Haddixs that has some little children home also man or two and it has been It by others No such a noise was ever heard in these mountains Itc can be seen or heard day or night j that dividing ridgetJan 81 DAISY President HelpfOrpkaii Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the president of the Industrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We used Electric Bitters in this institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for stomach liver and kidney troubles We regard it as one of theI best family medicines on earth 1 It invigorates all vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion rand creates appetites To strengthen build up pale thin weak children or rundown people it ha no equal Best for female com Only 500 at all dealers dplalDts LAN DSW 7EArthur Kash left this mornin for H G A The little son of H J SpencerI is very low with pneumonia Abner Trent is this morningJ moving to the C H Loveland band mill esW C and Grant Rose today for Elmendorf farm near Lexington Ben Hurst of Malaga was here Saturday and reports work pro grfssing nicely at the band mill Hon J M Tester returned Sunday s from Campton where he hs been for the past two weeks attending court A C Kash has been appointed storekeeper at the still of A J Landrum of Toliver and went work la fcW5Bfc W L Kash and wife nee Ollie Swan o left for Jackson Sunday f whiclf place they expect to make thei future home Hiram Swango sold to lIlt H ton of May townla pair les for 825 taking m the deal D a horse valued at 18b Logan Miller and fatuity recent ruin willIy from Jtiddfcfcarn i k1 a CORRBSEOHDEHTS Mail your early 10 they will reach our office morningMondayifbe published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business at write on one aide of the paper only to at once to Logan Lindons Gillmore where they will farm year of Wm Dalton and wife Abel S Hampton and wife and the writer took dinner with Jack Hollon 8unpi They all seemed to have a good time J B Finch sold to Miles Trent cow for 25 to Mrs Bettie Brown of Campton a fat hog for 8440 and to George Brooks Jr milch cow for 30 J B Finch has sold his farm the Calaboose to J M Trent 600 It seems that Burnie- is getting to do all the trading is a hustler anyway j H L Whisman sold to O BaLiukous a young mare for 40 and to E T Kash a pair of calves 21 Mr Whisman is an up todate farmer and always on the move Miss Maude Miller one of Land belles purchased a nice organ of J M Swango recently Maude being almost a specialist at entertaining tnis will add to the at hnig touch Hager Hollon and James Alexsi ander who were at Campton Fri dsy and Saturday being examined county diplomas stayed Sat night wth Arthur Kash j returning to their homes Sunday 1Jan 31 ANON Saved Frew Awful Peril I never felt so near my grave jly writes Lewis Chamblin of Manchester j Ohio R R No3aswhen a frightful cough and lung pulled me down to 115a pounds in spite of many remedies the beet doctors And that I am alive today is due solely to Dr Kings New Discovery which com weighiLhardJalso cured my four Infallible for coughs and colds its the most certain remedy- la grippe asthma desperate lung and all bronchial affections 50cand100 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers MALACA S H Hurst visited W L Hurst Sunday eK M Halsey dined with Henry Lyons Sunday- Quite a large crowd visited the school at this place Friday I James P Madden preached at Itthis place Sunday to a large crowd Miss Lizzie Lutes who has been away for some time has returned j to school again 8Clarence Rose who has been visiting his sister for some time will return home soon Miss Emma Turner has been visiting her sister Mrs Clint Tay daysgGrant Minton superintendent- at the mines here has been attending court at Campton James Tester who has been at tending the H G A will matric ulats at the county high school dSaturday night a surprise social was held at the home of Mrs Crockett Rose A1J report a good time Ely Kash who has been clerk ding m the Hurst store left Wednesday for Edna Texas where he will work in a banks Jan 81 SHARP SHOOTER HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cape of Catarrh that can opt bp cured by Halls Catarrh Cure toFJ CHENEY do CO Toledo O We the undersigned have known Fe J Cheney for the mat 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all businesa transactions and finanncially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDINO KINNAN 5 MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O internallyfacting directly upon the surfaces of the system Testimonials seat frpa lase 76 eeata per bottle SoW b1 UnaiaU Ta1ie Wa IurPHIs for r c i6 MAYTOWN Plenty of measles in this sec tion are Mrs Ora Bryant is visiting her parents C P Dennis and wife C A Sample sold a pair of mules to Millard Bryant for 225 Miss Add McClure who has been home for same time returned H G A- Charlie Childers of H G A spent Saturday and Sunday with a home folkaaMrs Maggie McNabb was a guest Mrs Joe Catron at ToliverJJ fMrsw Bruce McClure and wife Saturday and Sunday Edgar Brown of Portsmouth Ohio was interviewing our merf chants the other daywMiss Mary Phipps of this place spent Saturday and Sunday withIU her sister at Pomeroyton Jan 31 MILDRED A few minutes delay in treating by some cases of croup oven the length of time it takes to go for doctor often prove dangerous The safest way is to keep Cham at berlains Cough Remedy in the house and at tho first indication tbPlpasantSold by all dealers MIZE Ellis Oldfield is on the sick list this writingblWilliam Blankenship is on the list at this writing D S Jackson made a business of trip to Caney Saturday his Nathan and Ransom Gibbs visited C C Gillaspie Sunday George Oldfield made a visit to Millard Brewer on Fills Branch piSundayJohn Mahabb moved from HolUt Wilsons place to a cottage on Marion Phillips farm Ed Cecil and wife spent Sunday Monday at the home of their daughter Mrs Joe Lee Oldfield Joe Lee Oldfield had the misfortune of getting his left arm badly injured from the kick of a horse John Fields of West Liberty visited his daughter Mrs Zerilda Rose near Campton Saturday and Sunday Andrew Cecil of Murphy Fork spent the early part of this week at the home of his grandpa E F a Cecil of ConsolationIJim Blaine Murphy and wife of Greasy and Lee Rose and wife of Grassy were visitors at the home of Mrs Nancy Bishop Sunday Mrs Fannie Adams ot Murphy Fork was a pleasant visitor atthe homes of Mrs Jane Caskey and Mra Flora Phillips two or threet days last week Jim Perkins and wife of Red river near PleasantHill were sur prised Saturday night by a num her of their friends After it was allover it took Jim and his wife a long time to gather up the good ies that had been left Marion Phillips is erecting a fine dwelling on hie farm whichI will be occupied by Bruce Lawson t of Menefee county when complet ed Marions aim is to own a little town in the sweet ijfter a while as this makes four tenant houses on his place Jan 81 Pwa Wont Need a Crutch When Editor J P Sossman of Oornelius N C bruised his log badly it started an ugly sore I Many salves and ointments proved worthless Then Bucklens Arni J ca Salve healed it thoroughly Nothing is so prompt and sure forf ulcers boils burns bruises cuts r corns sores pimples eczema or piles 25o at all dealers MURPHY D S Roseilol khispralperty to Kelly Murphy+ for 500 Dave Lawson soldtwo mule colts to Jcjbn Gbaneyfor 150 Kelly Murp y sold a horse to Jams W Davis for 250 P D Spence ofthisplacamade a business trip MtStetlingilast weel Hamilton Q dfield and Ntfes Mgrpky were g erta of koliyMgr- phyFriday i4gh jE C U J G Yocum and wife of Ezel who have peen sick frr some time improving slowly Asa F Murphy of Ezel who HOB hada severe case of blood poison improvingI misfortune to lose his 29yearold mare last week which he has owned sinew she was a col thWick Childftrs of Maytownj had trial before Squire S S Dennis carrying a pistol and was fined 25 and ten days in jail W D Lvkins of West Liberty has been visiting his sonin James M Dennis for several on has returned home Jan 31 GUESS An attack of the is often pfollowedto many proves a great an CoughRPmedv Wi tiliefcases have been cured after all other remedies had failed Sold all dealers JMrsthis writing with la grippe James Bush aid family are moving today from Stillwater to old Pratt farm on uillmore Buddy Brewer and family last week moved from Wilhurst to his farm near here and is having the lumber sawed to have a new house next fall c 01Saturday rito600 Mr Trent recently sold farm in Menifee county to Billy Ratliff Jan 31 DOMINGO While it is often impossible to an accident it is never to be preparedit is beyond any ones purse Invest 25 cents in a bottle of Chamberlains Liniment and you are prepared for sprains bruises and like injuries Sold by all dealers TRENT Tom OHair and family visited his father on Big Branch Sunday- J D Edwards and Ola Rainey dined with Owen Coldiron and family Sunday to MilesTrentandwifeof Red river visited his brother Abner and family Saturday Ola Rainey of StillwateiV was guest of J D Edward and famsily Saturday nig4ttGeorge Burcham and wife of Stillwater passed through here en route to Hazel Green Friday Miss Rosa Coldiron who has been at Campcon for the past 1 week returned home Monday MieseEtbel and Ella Edwards of this place were guests of Miss Myrtle Trent on Red river Saturday night Mrs Courtney Barker accompanied by her sisterinlaw Miss Dorcas Barker visited James Dyer and family at Hazel Green Friday night Quite a largo crowd of young folks was entertained at the homet of J D Edwards d wife Sunday i with some fine music rendered byII their little daughter EllaIJan 31 PANSY Bun Children ctry FOR FLETOKER C A S T ORAIARCOLA ILL J T Perry is selling out to go to IowaBorn to the wife of Lum Pier att a fine boy J B Nickell has sold out and is going to Colorado The OHair school which is being taught by dial Lou Maxuy is progressing nicely- Q F Pack has returned from months visit with relatives friends in Old Kentucky Abe Cuppy sold forty acres of land a few days ago with no ira provements for 8000 cash Stock is very high here Ja1I McConnell sold a mare weight 1900 pounds to W H l I for 32750 Gal Jordan sold two j hogs weight 1360 pounda to toe Moyor for t10B Jan 94 CVIJHS PACK fVe have DO Hmuu of the doe r Heated oa iumdi KDl I a I I DANHEROUS MUTATION OFMONET Spurious Owe Dollar Found IB- Circnlatloa trrtlieSe cret Service Notice that one of the most dan gerous counterfeits of one dollar bills ever issued is in circulation been sent out by JohaLWilkie chief of the secret eervree This is the first notice issued by the department regarding a new counterfeit in 1910 The counterfeit is printed from retouched photomechanical plates a good quality of bond paper ink lines being used to imitate the silk fiber The series is of 1890 the check letter is C the face number is 4801 The num ou the back IB 2508 The bill bears the fac simile signatures of T Vernon registrar of the treasury and Charles H Treat of the United States portraits of Lincoln and Gant The number is R9280452 A close examination of the note reveals defects in the portraits of oln and Grant a distincttpatch The periods after t H Treat being mndftto repeseut Grants nose over theti and after Vernon in the Big nature of the Registrar are omit i ted in the counterfeit The small word United in the borderof the note immediately to the right of Grants portraitisRpelled United The countorfeit was fouud by A Altemus assistant cashier the Chicago City Railway com last week Mrs Wllfie ssll t8s that thousands of the bills are in circulation Took AU Hia Nosey Often all a man earns goes to doctors or for medicines to cure ft btomacb liver or kidney trouble that Dr Kings New Life Pills would quickly cure at slight cost i Best for dyspepsia indigestion biliousness constipation jaundice malaria and debility 25o at all dealers t Kill the English SparrowstWar has been declared by tho secretary of agriculture at Wash ington upon the English sparrow + which according to the department among birds is comparable the rat among mammals With end in view the department is cir culating extensively a bulletin on how to destroy this cunning de structive and filthy bird Ex t cept in the destruction of weed seed there is nothing to be said in sparrowsfavor On the other hatid it destroys cherries grapes pears peaches buds flowers vines shrubs garden seed and young vegetables especially peas and lettuce In addition it usurps the r nests and destroys the eggs of the robin wren mocking bird andiother useful native specimens The most effective way of T ravent ingthe increase of sparrows is the destruction of their nests at inter vals of ten or twelve days Do you know that cronpoanbe prevented Give Chamberlains Cough Remedy aa soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the attack It is also a certain cure for croup and baa neverbeen known to fail Sold by all dealera i iI Household Hllttllc I To bake cabbage so that every one in thefamily Trill like it First cook it tender in sated wa ter changing the water twice Then chop it put it into a buttered baking dish turn a oupfnUBf white sauce mixed with grated cheese over it cover the top with buttered bread crumbs and bake until the top is a delicate brown T can beef Cook until tender fl so that the fibers will breakapart Season and cut into amallpieeeatboil the gravyuntil so thick itm illtpiecesi t er press the meat a little at a 1 time firmly into hot jars Then pour in enough gravy to fill aU yktoThou add more meat and jrnvy rnHinohare no air spaces between theat pieces Then fill the jars to over flowing with boiling melted suet I j1and seal using new rubbers with FatyirJoeraali t Y r J a wM J n l Im rwl rit I 5i fi t0co f f IJr l y- s u 1 RTHEnluttnterdnttb linzl Or joti omceasseooadatassmat rr I I I I I i EditorItSPENCER COOPER yHAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Feb C 1910 I WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT j DAVID B REnwiSB Jul1JetTIIOSC JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty J C Lir nON Clerk Meets third Monday in Jaiiuarv first Monday in May third MoudayIU Sell tern ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT t Vf B DUFF Judge 8 G SAMPLE County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month 1 WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues I ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTeII District fco 1 Robert Rosenird FrithlC in March June Seplfuiuer and Decen I bar District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February May August and November District No 3J MReynolds second Fri i day in February May August and No vember District No 4Duid Spencer first Frida in March May August and November District No 5 Prcstou Hollon second Fri day in March Jun September and Ie ceniber District No6I W Combs third Fridat in February May AuRU t and November District No 7 ShilohSwauRo j fourth Friday in Marcb June September and De vemberp 8John n Childers j first Friday in February May August and No vember COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE W SALLEYSheriflJ T CENTER Assess- oJ CB UTTLEJailerJ W TAULBEE County Superintendent E J CREECHSurveyo-J FRANK SAMPLECoronrSO- ME r two weeks ago THE HER ALD mentioned the fact that Bruce Marcum of Jacksou was a candidate t for postmastership of that town and that ho had a prett strong backing for the place Since that time we have learned thatt seven of the Republican county board are strongly endorsing him for the place and hope to see him knock the persimmon He is their choice not because they have any thing against the other aspirants for the position but for the rea son that they believe he is a thoroughly competent as any of L them and needs the emoluments more than any of them And that iir exactly the way we feel about the t matter We hav nothing attains any aspirant all of them beng our personal friends so far as w know and all of them in turn having our friendship But we think Bruce ehould be eucourage- C in his effort to bo a substantialI r citizen and upright business man and having formerly lived among us we feel that in our humble Way we should do all we can t aid him in his aspirations The past few years have demonstrated the fact that Bruce is 4reliable and as many citizens of q that town are standing by him iin his effort to secure the position of postmaster we are glad to join in the appeal to the powers that be But main we reiterate that we like his opponents none the less onlylove him thn more I AFTER a suspension of a year 0 more the Campton Courier VoI- No1 made its bow to the public Friday carrying at its head the same editor and superintendent as prior to the suspension viz A C Oliver and W J Shannahan Mr Oliver announces in his salutatorS that the third time is a charm and haying entered the journalis tic field for the third time he pro poses to make the present venture a success The paper is the size of our paper and the present issue contains the conrtproecetKnga allI the local news etc InahorlritiBi a fair exponent ol affairs within its environment and should the sUPIportI Jfelt waut tfut reward its projecpI WejteJeomej By the Campion Bar j Woo the committee appointed IIy the Campton Bar Association on j I the i7th inst desire to report the following resolutions Ilesolvnd 1 Believing that the high position of Circuit Judge should be ffilled by a man of sterl f ing integrity a lawyer of recog 11liberalj people of the Twentythird t Judicial District in thou choice of the present incumbent I 2 The selection of the Hon DI 3 Redwine and Col Thomas C Johnson as Circuit Judge and Com I monwealths Attorney insures to litigants a speedy transaction of 1 their business nnd to the lawyers I courteous fair and impartial treatment 1 and to the people an ecol nomical administration devoted I to the interests of the country in upholding the majesty of the lawjj 3 Their past records as citizens I lawyers and servants of the peoplo warrant us in pointing with II pride to their exemplary lives anti I j coupledwith their well known legal iI abilities we find justification for i if our sanguine hopes for a better brighter and happier future for the people of this district 4 It insures the protection of our homes and the preservation of our lives liberties and property regardless of conditions or party affiliations 5 We recommend that those resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this Court and request that the Campton Courier TIlE HAIIEL GREEN HERALD and the Breathitt County News be furnish ed with a copy of the same for publication PATToNrJ C LYKIXS J M TESTER A H STAMPER BENJ SEWELL No Grammar Desired A school teacher having instruct ed a pupil to purchase a grammar the next day received a note thu worded from the childs mother I do not desire for Lula shall in gage in grammar as I prefer her ingage in yuseful studies and can learn her how to spoke and write properly myself I have wen through two grammars and I cant say as they did me no good I prefer her ingage in german and drawing and vocal music on thei pianoIfDurr Oak Kan HeJald BELKNAP- II C Rudd purchased a horsei for 7250 tA J Center purchased a pair of workmules for 300 thee J A G Co camps to work- S P Allen recently sold his perdacreJ H Dykes of Caney was in this section visiting Saturday and SundayPatrick Huff and wile were the- o guests of Edgar Flint and wife over Sunday The sheriffs seem to have plen thisfCharley Dunn and Oaa Miller left here a few days ago to ettend school at H G A Jim Taulbee better known us Uncle Jim one of our oldest citizens died llast Friday aged 87 years Your correspondent has just returned from a visit at the Stein man camps and must report pleat ty of mud Feb 1 CORRES Liberal Terms- I am representing the largest retail clothiers in the world and am prepared to dress smart men mannerSeasy payments Call on or write and I will serve you at the earliest date AgentBox Winchester Jan 20 1910 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir I herewith enclose money order for One Dollar for which you will please send me THE HERALD for one year Yours very truly j i j I Miss J EFFIE i fa Jot Jjp ELKINSII Ai y Wj YW o iClav Swangos Prize Essay Some weeks since wo published SwanIgo a son Swango won the prize in a contest at Stockton Gal where he is now located I having gone there about a year ago j from Charleston Ill We herewith j reproduce his essay which was pub lished in the Stockton Cal Mail and is entitled Character Study of ColumbusIiI Of all the great navigators and during explorers of the ruediicval times Columbus no doubt iia the greatest His work fills the brightest pages iu the history of that periodThe character in which Colum bus has appeared has been that of the greatest of mariners but wear ied with long aaries of failures vexatious miseries and insults that have rendered his career as a planter of colonies and a ruler of men most pitiful and remarkable Soothed and sustained by an unfaltering belief he was ever ready andwilling to face the most pet il one attempts and dangerous ad venturesIn little town of Genoa ofithe light of day The exact date of his birth is not positively known but it is estimated to be about the year 3435 Of his apprenticeship and the early years of his career no records exst It seems certain however from a study of the life of Columbus that these unknown 2years were stormy laborious and eventful His father being a wool comber of small means could not give his son an opportunity to pursue his education to the height of his ambition Through his own skill aud gtnius he learned to draw maps make charts and con struct spheres and thus prepared himself to be a practical seaman jand navigator- At the age of fifteen he took his choice in life and became a sailor find during his early sea life he read the history of Ptolemy andJ the travels of Marcopolo A few years later in the autumn of 1492 he started on his venture Rome voyage across the dark rough unknown and turbulent Atlantic His aim was nothing more than the discovery of the province of Cispaugo ItIlud ended in the discov ery of a land destined to be the home of the people of the most enlightened government ever es tablished by man and placed Co lumbus on the pinnacle of honor generationstreceive the honor he deserved His piety was earnest and unwavering it entered into and col ored alike his actions and speech He was preeminently fitted for the task that he created for him self Through deceit and oppro brium he pushed onward towards the consummation of his desire and when the hour came for ac tion the man was not found want ingIn the sunny land of his fathers in the year 1506 Columbus passed aay ignorant of the fact that he had discovered a continent destined to he that which this continent is- YOUNG 1HEN LEARN TELEGRAPHY Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING and RAILROAD AGENCY reduced to 45 and 250 of stu dents railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to learn a first class trade that pays a good salary every month in the year Excellent board at low rates New nan has delightful climate 8000 inhabitants moral surrouudiugb Students qualify in 4 to 0 months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARAN TEED POSITIONS paying 45 to 05 per month to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promotion Diplomas awarded Great demand for Telegraph Operators Write today for our Free G4page illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars TELEGRAPHYIsox 272 NEWNAN CA The ors Guide The firms whose names are repre emoted ia our adTeztislng columns an worthy of the confidence of every parson in the community who has mosey to spend The fact that they advertise tamps them as enterprls if progressive faea of business a credit to our ton sad deserrisg of Mfport Oar Advertising eolaatss waprise a Bayers GoU to fIJI feaUag pIA psfe kMaat friaaa i i Often The Kiikys Ara Weakened by OyerWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re snonsible formuch sickness and suffering therefore if Zijuuey trouble is permitted to continue serious re sults are most likely to follow Your other organs may need at tention but your kid neys most because they do most and should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys arc weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty If you are sick or feel badly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will con vince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands ofthcmost distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in edOIJlarby a pamphlet telling you iO n p how to find out if you have kidneyor bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mis take but remember the name Swamp Root and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwampRootif- you do you will be disappointed DRESSMAKINGMrs has just opened a Dressmaking Establishment where she is pro pared to make all garments for lames wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits there by making an old suit appear as new She solicits the patronage of the public and guarantees sat isfaction in all cases Her niiinv friends and old customers will recognize the fact that she has had an experience of thirty years and is amply able to meet all demands Rare IpDoItunitn 1 offer for sale my residencei consisti ing of seveiiroom cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs Quo Hf the must desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and generalre pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind iu the country being fur nished with a complete outfit of tools andstock of materials and applies also equippedwith power and machinery Will sell all together or separately For further particulnrs call on or address JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky FARM FOR SALE 0Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creok known as the Cruey farm All fencedand crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard over lasting fine water 5room dwell ing house halls and porches also thirtydaysbargain Possession given Janu particulars R No 1 Rardin Ill e + =zma sosu y- WiI PIrr HJ Dul tB II- AHi sir nfa FliJUT and we can handle all lines of job printing it makes no 5i3ercnce how large or small the job may ne Call at this office and look over our samples or letter heads envelopes business cards and wed ding stationery Youll be pleased with our work and prices will suit Best Work Most Reasonable Prices DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Mrs LOU DAY Proprietor Alargeaudlightedonnroodationn to trvelinsr men DR G H WllLUMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY ctrlzenscountryOffice at his residence adjoining Hazel I tees RankI I LV OUR DOLLARVltl come back ta ya U you spend It at hoT9 It U tore tor rer 11 you send It to the KinOrder House A glance through our oi + tSS eoltmiw WU glrs you usa where It will toy tha WML f c r tezees rJ 1 j 1PiiLLsOONIllEand 4 our Entire Winter Stock at I GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Ladies Nice Underwear 25 and 39c Hose Fleece Lined 19CI HOc 2 ic and 20c Ribbons 25 2Xand 1J5- CChildnns and Infants Caps 19 and 200- 2oc Back Combs 20fe Lades Black UnderskirtsI 98S Ladies Tailored Skirts kUL 2 50 tO 450 LutltV Tailored Coats 350 to 750 Childrens Coats 125 to 350 f0r Pictures 390 2rC and iiOc Post Card Albums 20 and 39c I 20cII t Prices During February Only 1 I ITheseI MAPEL TROYjj 1 i IAZELGREEN ACADEMY II Ii i WINTER TERM BEGINSt1 TUESDAY JANUARY 4 10 A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms J SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 Good Board per week 2 00 7 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you i For further particulars address M O CARTERS W WVT I J IIICEtEYProprietor of Hickeys Cafe No 224 W Short Street Kentuckyt 6ir TO Kash Johnson Xasbt I DEALERS IN 11I IGenerallVlerchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c 1 HAZEL GREEN KY 7i 11- I FOR BARGAINSI IN EVERYTHING t tDet R Country Produce etc z i Our Fall and Winter Stock of goods is the most complete and uptodate of any store in town Here you will find Dress Goods from THE BEST BRANDS OF PRINTS at 5c a yard TO 1 SILKS AND SATEENS at 100 PER YARD OUR NOTION DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE We have alse added a nice line of TEEl0 FEi wiutlr5You + t- A 1 J MFr 1 w S Ir Y illtIft olr WhenYou te JakeCqldhse school t I it at least liot until it de tops into pneumonia orIS teoBcKitis or pleurisy Anso is to ask your doeI1 ectef way I ier about Ayers Cherry Pee ed ten1 If he says II The best thing for colds then take itIDos he says anywayIi a i Wp1Lblh1anlfllnaaa A h W ntttawat I fr0J4Crrd1UN ersRnul rw deMe i tea the bowels are constipated poi iaoos substances are absorbed into the Ijoodinstead of beingdaily removed from jbodyas nature intended Knowing until J dls danger doctors always inquire about jhecondition of the bowels Ayers Pil- ls1b7he J C lrrCo Lowu7lw THE HERALD = large Mr G Hog saw his shadow yes seem I terday and went back to take anjother nap Mrs J T Whaley has been con the fined to her room with la grippe f several daysfotCharley Rose last week soldsix day iged work mules which went to were Pennsylvania lon Dr Daniel Kush of Campton visited his brother Postmaster S nero B Kash of this place Monday Born to the wife of Jtffy Rose of Lacy creek on Sunday Jan 30 a girl Dr G AI Center officiating John Murphy and Jep Haul spy one passed through town yesterday go ing up the country to buy cattle Miss Nancy Sample the efficient Assistant at the postoffie spent Saturday and Sunday with home up folksgtgt IE Mrs Frank Rose of Lee City accompanied by her two daugh way tars is visiting her daughter Mrs L Alex Shockey all Prof Roberts left Monday for Owsley county in answer to the summons that his brothers wife tf quite illtoeral Dr A tI Laird the dentist of Jackson was a guest of the Day House from Saturday until Tues day morning Miss Nancy Sample and her lit age tIe niece Lucille Kash spent Sun day with Miss Nancys parents C S Sample and wife of Lacy creek Alf Kash of Campton has been ing assigned to the Jack Laudrum distillery in the Cox Mill neighbor hood as storekeeper and ganger Sam Goodwin of Ezel came up Friday and brought a load of I brooms for Kash dt Sample which are said to be as good as brought on baBnrnie Finch of Stillwater re f ports that three of his ewes Mont day night each presented him with twin lambs quite an addition toSl his flock of sheep Curtis Rose with Watts Ritter I k Co Huntington W Va is visE iting his parents here and inci dettally interviewing our merch ants for his house t There were six or eight additionsi to the Christian church here Sun 1 day evening but Our Man About M Town failed to learn the names of the happy ones Six young ladies and two boys I who joined the Christian church last week were baptized in Red f river Monday afternoon Prof 0 Carter officiating The debate between the two literary societies at Pearre Hall I arday night resulted in a victo ryhe 1 for the Rant et Bon A large au dience was present We are under obligations to the q Cincinnati branch of the Western Newspaper Union for a handiome replica size 11x14 of the picture fel Kentucky Press Association ta i ldaring its recent midwinter i Wetiog at Lexington We have r anted it ea pane pirtout and Mr hI4osc flan n is H OA Hotel MrsJeff Wells riaited her clangh rover Saturday and Sunday this Miss Addie McClure who left a few days ago has returned againJ Fulks of Campton visited ing son Darley Thursday and alon Mcndoycri heThere church Sunday night and were MondaytoI Roberts has boon away for few days He is visiting relatives all1 in Owsley county visitingthevery andesting talk in chapel this morning The writer spent from Thursday Monday with home folks countyhighThe H B society gave their was program Monday night with a attendance The H Bs to be holding the day A public debate came off Saturday night in Pearre Hall between H Band U D societies A iit decision was given in favor of the Severalwont home over Satnr and Sunday Among thorn J P Alexander Hager Hol Arthur Kashand Misses Bessie Hollon and Malverie Tur a loe Feb1 JST- An of Enterprising lam Edgar Kasb the polite postmaster ut Lnndsaw in this county isI of the most enterprising gen- erall merchants in all of EasternL Kentucky and by his courteous treatment of customers and uniformly fair dealing he hRS built a magnificent trade Besides merchandise he deals in lumber tanbark and everything in the tmber trade By the he also runs a saw find gristmill J and on the latter grinds for 1 his constituency in that com munity Last but by no means least he ia a warm friend of THE HERALD and valued correspondent in whom we are indebted tor sev new subscribers or A Narrow Escape oEthelEllis Johnson but small of her had a narrow esape from cremation Tuesday morning She is about 14 years of age and in the absence of the housekeeper was getting breakfast when her cloth ignited and but for the pres ence of mind of her little brother Robert who is about 10 years old and very diminutive she was in a fair way to be burned badly He armeDt Jsand extinguished the flames at th sacrifice of burned hand and when is considered he must be regarded 1 1the1 as a little hero 1 A Rising TouIIDIEly Kash t of Campton secon I of Alf Kash was the first of last week notified by tele t I that the directors of the bank a Texas had elected him as cashier of that institution Wednesday he left for that place anI will at once assume his new duties He is a nice young man and gained his knowledge of banking from the Farmers and Traders Bank a Campton in which he was employed for some time THE HERALD joins his host of friends in wishing him unbounded success in his new field of labor Two Mar Victims IIWhile playing fqotball on campus of Hazel Green Academy one day last week Sammy Cecil tmet with a painful accident was running at his best speed when hit Selvin Taulbee on the moat with his knee breaking two of the boys teeth When he struck hi TethNpenetrated his leg the b ff7s juet hove the knee cap inflicting a gsh about an inch in length andI apparently half an inch in I Dr Nickell dressed Sammys leg 7nd be went home where he Since been nursing a sore leg iI j1 1MTIti l f T 1L KWhlsttuisspe for want of identification Anonymous communications cannot b countenanced al4uotwith her brother A P Lacy wax Lacy creek continues in a very condition with little or no for her recovery Sebron Walter and his wife near and Mrs Lillie Stamper of Lower Long Branch a niece of Mr 1Walterdownwith la grippe Will Henry Wilson ol Days boro came down Tuesday morniug entered the little boy he is raising Charley Wilson for the per per current term in Hazel Green Academy a E M Brown with the Portsmouth Hat Co PortsmonthOhio a guest of the Day House Sunday i and Monday accompanied by Billy Childers of May town engineer of the transportation tflamtc Alex Shockey has sold his sawmill to John Will Cox who moved to Jim Centers in the Cala boose where he will make a set to saw out a boundary of timber be longing CenterCox Brown and others Halleck Patiick of GrassyCreok I came up yesterday to sell or move of lot of corn he raised last year at to Lykinss and finally deposed it to that gentleman at 50 cents- a bushel if we be correctly informed about it A bIhave a new advertisement in this issue to which the ladies of Hazel directedIattention Peruse it without a pause and pay particular perspicuity to the prices Mrs Jessie Clark who has been the highly appreciated housekeeper for Ellis Johnson andchildren for quite awhile was taken sick last week and had to go home but nothing has since been heard from I her and her condition is unknown A protracted meeting has been progress at the Murphy 11I house on Murphy fork for a I ten days past Preacher BillE Yocum pfficjatiug There was two three converts during the meet ing but their names have not been learned Miss Lizzie Wilson who was visiting her sister Miss Rhilda WJII son a student at the H G A forII j several days last week returned toI her home at Spencer last Saturday I While here she took occasion to have her subscription to THEJJ HERALD extended A letter received the other day M B TAdams Salyersville Iestates that a team of horses and wagon valued at450 went under ice near Paiutsville and were lost There were about 50 worth of goods on the wagon which were also lost The horses got fright- d ened at a passing train Lit of Hazel Green Academy in chapel Tuesday morning It was expect- d ed at the opening of school that he would be the principal for thie term at least but the West Lib erty church of which he IB pastor himtWillie H Pieratt formerly of our town but for several years ono of the prominent merchants of Bethel in Bath county was elected president of the newly organized bank in that town L Day a son of Mr and Mrs F- Ie N Day of our town is one of directors of the new bank IeEdgar Alexander of Day boro is assisting Cashier Patton in the meantimb9 taking lessons in practical hank assistanmteacher in the High School just inaugurated at Campton the ot assistant being Taylor Taulbee of Daysboro also but another man contended for the place and as h sub8orlpJastion school Edgar relinquished his I claim rather than compromise the school ttarougb eostoplioatiop ts w r t KERNELS I Carefully CoUatei ail Coicisely Chroiiclei As the result of a fall sustained sever months since Mrs Mary WelU died her home in Mayaville last week She 80 years of age Bert Azbill who was recently fined 50 for illegal practice of dentistry in Richmond escaped from the gunrd I while being taken out to work out the fineJames Carter a Lexington negro I with having robbed William T Whitf an aged and infirm exunimi au dier of 34 must serve six years in the penitentiaryAt of some land in Montgomery county corn land brought 10 25 acre and grass land brought 550 acre the highest prices realized at public renting in years Robert V Stone who shot Bertha Williams the bullet striking a pendant the woman wore which Stona had given her thus saving her life was fined 50 in Criminal court in Louisville An explosion of chemicals in a pho 1 gallery in Louisville caused a damage of 2000 to stock and 1000 to building A skylight was blown out and the flames shut high in the air Henry Hemberwas shot and killed by Ross Broaddus who returned unexpect- edlY to his borne in Xicholusville and found Hember with his wife Brouddut surrendered All parties are negroes AH a result of the Court of Appeals overruling the petition fur a rehearing his case Beach Hargis was taken Frankfort to begin serving a life lieU tence fur the murder of his father the late Judge James Hargis The Maynville Public Ledger is re sponsible for the statement that Judge H Parker of Vanceburg has a waste made from an enormous gcurdI which was raised by his mother before she was married some sixty years ago Mrs Neal Hobbard was attackedby a highwayman on the streets of Mayimlle I who demanded her purse She gave him- a stinging blow in the face with th E purse which had considerable silver J money in it and screamed The highway man fled O Mrs Henry Youtsey was last week granted an absolute divorce and restored to her maiden name Sarah C French V J Mrs Youtsey for years stuck to her hus J band but finally became convinced that A St there was no chance for his freedom and sought a divorce 11Tbe Reporter a colored newspaper at ML Sterling ownedand edited by Noah Magowan was cleaned out by fire last Tnursday night The presses and type were badly damaged The loss is about 1500 partially covered by insurance Commissioner pf Agriculture M C Rankin announced that the state Far nets Institute would be held in Frank 1 fort February 2a 24 and 25 An att tractive program has been arranged and the meeting will be one uf the mot iin structive yet held William Washington and another ne gro named Rounder engaged in p quarrel over a pint of whiskey at Maytt ville The former slashed the latter t across the neck with a knife inflicting a t nearly fatal wound Rounder escaped t and Washington is in jail In the Hill Evans contest of the t Brathitt Lee Magnffin district Dr J H t Evans Republican was unseated andtt Col R C Hill Democrat was seatedtt A motion to declare the seat vacant and order a new election on account of irtt regulvrites in Breathitt county was loste In a recount of the ballots to sett leta content who was elacted county judge of Lawrence county gross errors were found in the count not only of the con testedoffice but of several of the others More care should be exercised in ap pointing election officers and only com petent men should be given tie position The Buzzards have taken to the Hills Two brothers named Hill and two sisters named Buzzard were married in Cynthi ana last week Wood Hill married Miss Virgie Buzzard and William H Hilli married Miss Sudie E Buzzard The grooms are sons of Wyatt Hill and the brides are daughters of George W Buz lied CASTOR I For Infants and Children Tta KM Yw Han Aiwajs tagjl Bears the Signature of C tr I r YOU CAN CURE THAT BAGHAGHE lerPain along the back dizziness headache and general languor Get a package oi Mother Gruya AUSTRALIAKLEAt the I pleasant root and herb cure for all Kidney Bladder and Urinary troubles When you efeel all rUB down tired weak and without energy use this remarkable combination of natures herb and roots An a regulator it has no equal MolberGrayi AUSTRALIAN LEAk oM by Drugeista or cent by mail forSO cU gaapl seat FBEE Aadrew- iThi Mtttor qray Co La Soy N Y t ij LU iil- I The Kind You Have A1WarsBonght and which has beejiin use for over 30 years has borne the signature of lf Ik isonnli All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of I Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops antI Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhrca and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation und Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature oft 9- m The Kindzd z In Use For Over 30 Years THCOHTAUK COMPANY TT uaTCT N EWcm THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Capital Stock Paid In in Cash 15000 00 Profits after paying 3 semiannual dividend 1200 00 Individual Responsibility 15600 00 Total 531200 00 Itse f K Ooil former hazel Green PJtusr farmer hazel Green Jli Elkin liiriuer Iexie- K A hash farmer Uillmnre W Cecil farmer Hazel Green Ben Murphy farmer Hazel Jrten GreenI 1 Green M Phillips 1uruitr Hazel iieru M Cecil iurnier Iliizil Green W Cecil thraterllt Sterling H oil man insurance Mt Sterling I Hurst lawyer Cumiitou j II E Oney lumber raPr Rose Fork Sirs1 Susan A Campbell Hazel Green M1 S Campbell Hazel Green 0F Wilson live stock denier Payaboro F II Smith banker New Castle Sirs Mary E Smith New T M Lee farmer Hazel Greenyy r S Sample farmer Hazel Green PL H Patton Hazel Green J T Whaley carpenter Hazel Green Mrs E J ItitttMibouse Hazel Green MrsT M Lee Haze Green Airs Lula M Evans Swords Creek Va F CECIL PRr IE litRiSTEP INTO o IMISS FALAY LONGS I I Millinery Parlors o Andexamine the A oW njoJ i FINE STOCK OF GOODS I I r KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce tothe citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of 1 LADIES S OES GENTS = AFine Clothing Hats Caps EtcEE and that their general line embraces fine Drcs Gccdn Dry Goods Notions FAMILY GROCERIES etc ISELECT inspeciont h4oaMwITI oa c i i t t AND HIDES IIICIr j RidAitataL Tja1NIiaJIr ldwar tr i1 =1i 1 to Y w r5 t V ffILw i i i1tI f ifix i 4 tPi t IIft MI q i r f 9 1 rt h d A WeAskYoufemaleii to take Cardul for your troubles because we are sure It will help you Remember that this great female remedy II I CAHillhas brought reef to lhov inds of other sick wonfn so why not to your For headache backache periodical pairs female weak ness many have sad it isthe H best medicine to tke Try Itii i Sold in This City 13 no fee Write for our COiNFiDENTIAL LETTER berore worth mon obtain PATENS THAT PAY and belpinventors to success Bend model photo or aketch and we send IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT ENTABILITY 20 years practice REgis- tered Patent Lawyers Write or come toII tu at 505507 7th St WASHINGTON D Photoernpliy sit rmrbodr AMERICAN rOTOGRA PIIY loa inltt- ieadthJ I pivtuir month 1prteeoutetar se criticism qt ns a- nto twt1detr rfree 1 a if you to at n th rrPhotographyt F a iLEl 1 J tYar MFCHAN- CItar rrurdL un a Jtr ityee Cv x r ier e an tjijwlo use tIi Sire lermt- i Ifullofktur Sam I e cr r tree It y j o- mIt ar troayar Snitipann Iuti Co I rca a Si lUxton 3liss h i GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my i shop and am prepared to make any stylo to order and on the mostt reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when BO requested Public patronage ie respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE 7- c t2 TI10e WincncstcfI Banke I N B WINCHESTER WniiEKi5rooi W It KYII Paid Up Capital I UndUided IroUln I 1T000000N handsome Deposit n- rnover I a I This bank solicits 850000000fI f merchants farmers Incas men generally throughout Fast ern Kentucky and oflers its custom eraeveryfacilityandthemOStliberalterms j a bankinlt10ct2ly I We Buy FURSHides Wool Feather Tallow Benwaz Ginseng CoUen Se UYcCow Root May Apple Wild Ginger etc We tie dealer outEiticd in 1856her halta crtturr in LccaitiDe and can do betterfor you than tgenu or commuaon merchant Refeicnee any Back iin LuuuvQIe Write for weeUr tadtI fit Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew FOR COUCHSPRICE Free All ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPACTOB OR HOKBY REFUNDED i r r FRUIT AND TREES Evanruiing for r ORCHARD LAH and GARDEN Catalog on A plication No Agents H F HIL ENMEYER k SON LEXINGTON KY 4 t j JJ iilp for tkaraId- W 1100 R W 0 No Rest Day or Night I would lay awake for hours I without any apparent cause or dream terrible dreams which would bring on extreme spells of nervousness After taking Dr Miles Nervine and Tonic for awhile I could sleep well and the nervous spells have left me MISS ALMA HUG R R No 4 Canal Dover Ohio Without sleep the nervous system soon becomes a wreck and the healthful activity of aH the organs obstructed Restful bodybuilding sleep accompanies the use of Dr Miles Nervine because it soothes the irritable nerves and restores nervous energy When taken a few days according to directions the most restless sufferer will find sleep natural and healthful Get a bottle from your druggist Take it all according to directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission that will insure to Solicitors 10000 a month and better 1 Cash prize of S 50000 1 Cash prize of 30000 1 Cash prize of 20000 1 Cash prize of 10000 4 Cash prizes of 75 each 80000 4 Cash prizes of 60 each 24000 8 Cash prizes of 50 each 40000 12 Cash prizes of 25 each 30000 11 Cash prizes of 15 each 16500 7 Cash crlzes of 10 each 7000 50 Cash prizes amounting to 257500 EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize for Ohio 5 10000 1 Extra prize for Indiana 7500 1 Extra prize for Illinois 5000 1 Extra prize for Kentucky 5000 1 Extra prize for Vlrgi ila or West Virginia 5000 4 Cash prizes for States not named here of 25 each 10000 GRAND TOTAL OF 59 Cash prizes amounting to 300000 paySolicitorswill equal or greatly excell the amount of such cash prize thus insur ing all against loss if only ten yearly Subscriptions are obtained Subscriptioncontest Hence Solicitors have no occasion to fear opposition from tha sourceSend for terms get an early start Earnest work will bring you 500 a day ENQUIRER COMPANYCINCINNATI 1t 0 AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY THE TOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade more popular than at any period of ita remarkable carter It is now read each week bv more than a million people Its field is not circum scribed br State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claim ing to he the greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family publishorshas interestLevery anawholeaomeThe prehensive manner and the various depart ments of The Blade are edited with painstaking care The Household page is a delight to the women and children current affairs are treated editorially without preju dice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greating number of fic isascrapbook umns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium tor the exchange of ideas and information on farm titopicso department is neglected but every feature is taken care of with the idea of making The Blade worth many times the yearSampleTHE tfjLAPJg e Toltdffc Pfclp t a f i R Hord Sanitarium To be Enlarged I Although less than three years old the Hord Sanitarium of this city has established a most envi able reputation in its field To be exact the Hord Sanitarium commencedoperation on October 13 1900 in the magnificently located and commodious brick building formerly owned and used as lesidence by J W VanarsdallaII Since that time the capacity the institution has been more than I doubledand plans are now being made to still further enlargo the extent of the rooms The Hord Sanitarium has dem onstrated beyond a doubt its abil ity to cure the unfortunate addicted to the liquor and drug habits It is now generally recognized by medical authorities that the drug or liquor habit is a disease and to effect a permanent cure the Habit must be so treated It is this feature that gives the Hord Sanitarium an advantage over so many liquor and drug cure institutions The patients are given the best of medical attention the general health is treated and the socret formula for eradicating not only the effects of the last debauch but for eradicating en tirely the desire for liquor or drugs has been proved beyond any doubt to do all that the institution claims for it- For j the past year the number of patients has be n regulated11by tho capacity of the sanitarium- In addition to the many improve ments that will be made an arte sian well will be sunk and if the proper mineral water is fund a large bathhouse will be built HO that the patients may receive the same service as at French Lick Springs and other famous resorts of the Hoosier state Persona having lbeen cured of this dreadful disease are loud in their praise of the Hord Sanitarium Tbe patients have come from Maine to California The most of them are very secretive when they come for treatment Prominent physician men of affairs in pub1c and commercial life and officers high in army and navy circles have been cured at the Hord San itarium They usually register tinder assumed names but after being satisfied that a cure has been effected they are so happy over the results that they write the institu tion officers concerning their cor rect names and station in life and very otten permit the institution to refer to them when the skepti cal victim wants to be shown The sanitarium is located in an ideal place On the west edge of the city surrounded by a small park of trees and shrubbery it is but a few squares from the traction station Shenyville is noted as the city of beautiful homes The environment here is such that the most fastidious man or woman can not help but be satisfied The Hord Sanitarium is a good thing for Shelbyville It brings people to the city it takes money to feed these people there is always 1 something in the way of raiment these people buy they also buy cigars souvenirs etc and some of them ar4 bound to be impressedwith Shelbyville and futurethome Shelbyville Ind Demo crat If troubled with indigestion constipation no appetite or feel bilious give Chamberlains Stom ach and Liver Tablets a trial and you will be pleased with the result I These tablets invigorate the stom ach and liver and strengthen the digestion Sold by all dealers Dr J N McCormack of Bow ling Green secretary of the State Board of Health addressed a joint assembly of the Senate and House held in the hall of representatives last week He pointed out the road to health for all Kentuckians by legislative enactment In his address he dwelt at length on the following subjects Says Ohio river is now 1000 miles of typhoid fever Blames sickly condition of states farming communities upou the house fly- Says onethird of the deaths in Kentucky every year are from dis eases preventable Says her free streams are the only hope ot Kentuckys unborn generationsClaims of the people never pay doctor bills Announces that fresh air is our most important food Makes the corollary good roads good schools good health Refors to Kentucky mountain eers as the purest type of English blood in America and pleads for better education in that eociion MJ f 4ia IHIS FORETHOUGHT A Bit of Zeal That Was Not Appre ciated by His Wife He was a very busy man and like all of his kind he hated to waste time by unnecessary waiting That was why in the midst of his corre spondence along about 11 oclock the other morning he pausedand turning to his secretary requested him to ring up his residence on the phoneJemmison he said get my house on the wire and ask Mrs Blank to come to the phone Just tell them that I wish to speak to herThe secretary made off and in a few minutes the required connec tion was made Is that you Mary said Blank when he got to the phone Yes was the answer Well this is John he said I have just rung you up to tell you that Barker was in here this morning with two ticket for the theater tonight He and Mrs Barker have been called suddenly out of town and he thought we might like to use the tickets How about it Fine replied Mrs Blank I have nothing else to do Allright my dear continued Blank The curtain rises at half past8Yes I know said Mrs Blank I thought Id let you know in time so that directly you have had your lunch you can begin to put your hat on he went on Then we can get there before the middle of the first act Byby dear The only answer was an angry click at the other end of the wire which seemed to indicate that an other receiver was in trouble but Mr Blank only laughed as he re workLippincottMagazine MagazineCause For Thanksgiving One fine summer night the wlfole village was disturbed in its slum bers by the deep tones of Nasreddin giving praise and thanks unto Al lah What hath befallen thee 0 Nasreddin they inquired thatat this hour of the night thou doth give praise and thanks until Al mighty Allah As I lay half sleeping on my divan replied the hodja L looked up and suddenly beheld a white thing flapping by this window This must be a ghost or jinn or some oth er evil spirit sent by Sheitan to tor ment true believers methought so I seized my bow and drove an arrow through it I forthwith arose and behold it was no jinn but myown shirt which the arrow had transfix giving Weekly1 Faint Praise A little girl taking her first ocean tripwas awakened from a sound sleep one morning when the steamer was close to a strip of coast where the mountains tower sheer from the waters edge to a height of thou sands of feet presenting a majestic aspect not to be equaled in many other places The little girls fa ther carrying her to the deck pointed to the great line of moun tains and asked her Well what do you thinkof that expecting as was natural that she would be quite overwhelmed sightInstead just rubbed her sleepy eyesThey lookshe muttered dubi ously like hills- Whereupon she went to sleep again New York Times The Salt In the Sea The saline elements of ocean wa ter may be in part derived from geological formations which con sisted largely of like matter but it is generally considered that the salt ness of the sea As sufficiently ac counted for by the deposition of soluble salts from the rivers Salts ofvarious kinds form part of the constituent ingredients of tIle earths soil everywhere They are washed out by springs and rivulets and carried to the sea by large streams andas the evaporation which feeds the streams carries none againthecumulate iii the sea The principal saline ingredients found in ocean water are chloride of sodium or common salt and salts of magnesia and lime The Sovereign He was a smart junior with a rising reputation for genius in the art of cross examination Said he to witness a garrulous but alert old ladyHow much money had you in your pocket when you say it was pickedFour shillings two sixpences and replytrippinglyDid you ever see a sovereign in anything but gold Ywas the next putYes king in a- 1UriageLondon AnswersJJ I el oz 4 rhhfr Nervous Women For nervous tired women we recommend Car dui Cardui is a womans medicine It acts 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