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L T 1MT t t I t 1S IJ f I c r i HE AZELREEN EnAuEstablished Much 4 1886 Made Famous lathe Story ofJonathan and His Oontlnentby Max ORali 0 I EditorsraxcitiO tCTL lie 0cfes4 MIst tywa Moat Wide Circuttof and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains SI 00 a Vi ft iI = = == = = = = n = = == =jTWENTYFIFTH YEAR HAZEL SREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 10 1910 NUMBER 88 r LItiiiEtoR and Easttra Hailiij 4ae Table is Effect Jane 21 1908 r WEST BOUND o1No3 i 05W STATIONS uanexDauand I Sunday Sunday tundayonlyi UMLve PULve AMLve to I 6 10 am 1 2 20 pn 7W am i Jlcklon OKJuuct Jc 6 7 1f c17 125 s 20 pm pql 7tvam- Beyityve 754 am Torrent 7 30 JimII 3 41 po I 815 JUU and Nit Bridge 7 45 3 M pu 8l6 am Jn 7 48 3 57 pn 828 am- 8tanwn Campton 15 am 4 26 amNpml9a8 1 C 25 am 4 35 Clay CUy 7 5 07 am- wiacbeater I z L EJllnen 18 JOm am- Lexton 2012 am 5 PIL11lrO 11mJet 55 Mill i 05 EAST BOUNDan4 NoNo24 exdTAT1ON8 andI r Daily I m I SundaySunday C LVIA LTe PJL 0 735 am I l5 pm 0 20 II 13 au I M pm 0 Lexin1ton1 826 pm 2S pm 40 U 112 am 350 pm 40 it 10 dtaatonI 44 asa 358 44pm Juntn 38 pm 4 30 Camptonpm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Brings 5719 4S ta+ 447 62 Torrent 62 56m andpm 7u lie 17 sat- I g 010 pill pm 9CI 70 OKJuncn i 90 11 J5 am H Jobon i 94 1120m0 810 pm t CONNECTION- SL L 4E J1JMI1j liKitk Nos land will make connection with the C OKy here fodh Sterling 1 CAXlTON J CTlOKTrain NOli 1 2 2 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central vices By tor Pine Ridge and Campton No2- W BBATTYVLLK JuaCT1OLlrains make connection at Beattyvule June with the L and A Railway tor pasaengers and from Beattyvilleto 0AKJosctl0cTraina NOli 3nd t connect with the O k K Railway for local stations on the O A K Railway and W A MCDOWELL General Manager USA4uoTTt1earam agent an L f Uio1 mn Bailwas lime Table May 21 I9O6 WEST BOUND- I 0 No21trISTATIONS = Dally ex No33IiIi Sunday 27 PM AUal Cannel City22 1235 12 19 4 55 1lHeleChaw2O I 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 It352 22Wilbunt 6 11 H S 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15C1 1 1a00 L Jackson 11 05CI EAST BOUND la No34No22I Daily ex STATIONS Daily ei SnodaySundayr AliLnPYLvs710 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 j 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 93 8 24 13 HamptonHampton J3 1 4- B l i 37 10 Wilhurat 20 1 51 r3 25 1 OK Junction 22 I 25I2s 9 30 0 Jackson27l Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at 0k K Junction with No3 and 4 for polats on the Lexington and EasUrn Kili ayMSuperintendent LCONLEY IIUIBI11 GButIalRailloattr l 2ii No 1 No DEPuLTARRIVE600 a mCampton1130 am 200 pm Campton 600pm No2 No1i JLBE1VE DEPART 1 7 80 amCampn JnnclO 05 a 880 pmCampn Juno 44O p The Mountain Central mike C connection with all L do E pas senger trains f B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKERI CAMPTON KY TNFOBMS the citizens of Wolfe and A the adjoining countie tktbe1ie a aeof OoflSni n ketaBuriall CJoth i t ad everything necewary to put atylelfiJSpecialsupplied on 2- 4UraI ootifinest made if orderedI Teams and hacks famished uneralav cr Also can fill orders for tombstone SEWELL C HOSE aiNotary Public STILLWATER KY ck ten his professional service to citiwosof J1iIlecouey sad solicits the patronage of F who aar Jre lecal pageg to er 1 +a atlt- a d 1 i I Ip4 COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral items TOI interest to a majority of our readers especi not ally distantfriendsD- AYagORO and I Preparing for spring crops seemsi be the talk among the farmers farm Miss Emma Niokell of H G A visited home folks over Saturday of Sunday over Born to the wife of Saunder a 10 pound girl Dr G M Center attending on E Alexander of H G A visited home folks over Sunday attended church A subscription school near hereunder the supervision of Prof G last Asbury is progressing nicely with L D Nickell made a trip to MaytQwn having business geld piCortinCurtinH H Niokell the contractor builder has just completed a echolhouee at Bnrkbart and is ing doing fine businss at h IB establish Quite a crowd attended churchi Sunday We had an eitcellen- lecture in connection witthe ser THE by one of Kentuckys educational workers Mr Taulbi Sunday afternoon Mae Nickell entertained at her home quite Iiof crowd of her H G AY friends ii m among whom were Missed Jesse Ella Arnett Bessie Hello- d Georgia Tipton and Josep Estep Harlftn Brown J S Alex7 jnder and Edgar Wells Several entertained with their musical talents All desire to thank the members of the string band fort their splendid productionBBe Feb 7 DAISY i SaYeiFro Awful Peril I never felt so near my grave p writes Lewis Chamblin of Man Chester Ohio R R No3 allwhen a frightful cough and lung pulled me down to H5 a pounds in spite of many remedies and the best doctors And that I alive today is due solely to Dr Kings New Discovery which com pletely cured me Now I weigh 160 pounds and can work hard by also cured my four children of Infalliblefor coughs and A its the most certain remedy grippe asthma desperate lung trouble and all bronchial affec lions 50c and 1 00 A trial bot I tie free Guaranteed by all dealers CILLMOlfE S H Vest visited relatives her last week Lulu Elam visited her mother Nickell Thursday Lizzie Wilson of Spencer visit ed riendn here over Sunday Henry Haddix of Maytown via ited his daughter Mrs Rindv Ely last week Mallie Burcham is very sick at writing We hope it is ing serious GC Allen of Campton passed through here Tuesday last en route to Lee City- Married Saturday February Pros Taulbee and Zerilda Tambli- m of this place- m MelUsa McIntosh returned from Campton Monday last We are are glad to have her with us againI c Several attended church here Saturday and Sunday Good mons were preached by Revs P Wilson and J P Madden Bucknerii Kelly Ely and Daisy of Holly were married at theI brides parents Wm Buokner and wife last week Much joy and happiness attend them rayFeb 7 P18 An attack of the grip is often followed by a persistent cnugb nla great a nSaTJhmberlain Cough Beniedy has been extensively used anTwith good success for the re lilf and cure tf this cough Many bes have be n cured after a ther remedies had failed Sol by all dealers itM ia 0 t +jji oZL e at early COMBrtOHDEHTSMail so they will reach our oflieeJI farm morningHondaifpoat161e be published unless of unusual Importance Advertise no ones business write on one sidet f the paper only was LANDS AW Miss Lissa Pack hat moved to the were of N L CombemERollin Combs and Otis Kash H G A visited home folks H Sunday time roWejoy Halseys school at Malaga oloses the 11th John Madden commenced mov Daysboro j James R Little was here again week buying hogs and left a nice bunch at 7o a pound used Prof W H Dean spent the greater part of Saturday at this much to the satisfaction of for many friendb bestN L Combo deputy sheriff has Itbeen very busy the past week sere warrants and other papers placed in his haudscrl anTh9 ciDbp HERALD last week Henry Murphy and Andrew Hughes of Maytown passed thru here last week with a nice hunch list cattle which they had bought Breathitt G W Salley Wolfes aheriff R Salleyh fainbelieve he will make a model of ficerCurt of Halsey the fur king of this for shipped a nice bunch of hens to the Cincinnati last Friday Cart says that he thinks that the next deal that heIS makes will be to subscribe for THE HERALD Boyd Cundiff recently bought Uncle Elisha Chambers farm paying 2000 which is considered bargain Roscoe Wells also bought a farm of Harry McQuinn paying 425 Both deals were mode last weed- Harryeon Titkett accompanied W H Taylor left here Satur day to attend Mizpeh lodge F c J M at Hazel careen and as Harrison did not come back until be Sunday evening we gnee that he had come book to Mr Taylors probably to finish settlement on carpenter workstiThe farmers are busy preparing gearseget 1t If there was mere work and great er interest by the farmer he wouldJ not be annoyed by paying 20 cents for meat 20 cents for lard 4 for Hour and 80 cents for oats Where the farmer fails to produce these 1 things by negligence or idlenes- sy a ought to pay high prices for high priced farm products is the life of the farm j hJohn P Tackelt of near this place one of our very best citizens 1 was here last Saturday He has S eight children four girls and four boys The girls are all married ThebappreciatesnTHE HERALD to the extent that he has sent itto three of his daugh ters and the fourth would beget ting it but she moved to Carter couuty only last week erFeb 7 ANON FWhile it is often impossible to prevent an accident it iis never impossible to be preparedIt is not beyond any ones puree Invest 25 cents in a bottle of Cham berlains Liniment and you are I prepared for sprains bruises and like injuries Sold by all dealers MALAGA School at this place is ing nicely1 Jack Taylor has been on the sick list for the past few days Ben Hurst sold to Dr C H Hurst a nice fat hog recently FId zen creek expecting a year Charlie Lyonjj of Freaaab lit t visited his relatives here Sunday and Monday Miss Lenis Sweeney of Hampthi I ton is visiting Miss Lizzie Lutes this writing from Carroll has moved to the farm known as the Davis place I above J H Johnsons store here Richard Hurst the ladies man purp up in town Sunday He is ada welcome guest among the fair sex Kelly Ely of Gillmore and Daisy Buckner of Holly joined in the holy bonds of We wish them success ary K M Halsey visited friends at G A Sunday and reports a fine He also says there is no why anyone should not enbo life there Feb 7 SHARP SHOOTER to Prniieit Helps Offkin Hundreds of orphans have be nth helped by the president of the In the dnatrial and Orphans Home at your Macon Ga who writeseWe have j Electric Bitters in this insti tution for nine years It has sick proved a most excellent medicine stomach liver and kidney troubles We regard it as one of the family medicines on earthwe invigorates all vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion One appetites To strengthen build up pale thin weak or rundown people it has and equal Beat for female com nts Only 50c at all dealers MIDDLESBORO Harlau Nickell is on the sick at this writing Willie Davis and wife were the quests of their aunt Mrs James Wilson Sunday Mort Nickell has moved to his on the State road fork We miss him very muchmIryine Prater sold a boundary timber to a Mr McPhearsou the sum of 1400 tPerhaps the readers of THE HERALD are thinking that Middleeboro dead but she is living- J L Wilson ot Lacy creek has been visiting his parents M K of Wilson and wife near this place Doyle Oldfield of Lancaster I made a business trip to this place Saturday returning home Monday Pearl Gullett was entertained at the home of Misses Clemma and1 Minnie Oldfield Sunday evening Boone Jackson passed through here a few days ago en route to Magoffin countv returning later with a wife May their pathway of sunshine and comfort are the wishes of the Red river girls of Denuie Nickell of H G A arrived home Saturday evening to go up to J B Hollous and purchase a sack of flour He said he didnt get any biscuits atP Doc Kashs and wanted a square mealCFeb 7 LITTLE PIGD A few minutes delay in treating some rases of croup even the length of time it takes to go for doctor often proves dangerous The safest way is to keep Chamberlains Cough Remedy in eof house and at the first indication of croup give the child a dose j Pleasant to take and always cures Sold by all dealers j SANDFIELDrLuther Lockhart was a guest of Willie Catron Monday night Mrs Manda Young spent Thurs day night with J J Catrou audI wile W T McNabb of your townt spent Friday night with O W Mc NabbMisses Nanni and Stella Catron spent Sunday night with Miss Al ice WillstCourtney Stamper Mrs W A Oldfield and Miss Aquilla Haddix are on the sick list Mrs Mary Stamper who has been on the sick list is somewhat j better at this writing J HDah y the little daughter of DI B Stamper and wife was very badly burned Sunday Mw Rilda Day and Belle Mc Nabb visited friends and relatives at this place last week Carl Stamper and Elli McNabb of H G A spent Saturday Sunday with boon folks Feb 7 a i j li kl i I 1 1 1 1 STILLWATEIt Mrs S C Rose is quite sick at writing Noec Brewer and wife moved Campton to the Camp Rose on thip creek Friday ed Seyeral horse traders passed thru pn route to Campton for the ss of swapping plugs court jis Sheriff G W Sally returned Friday night from Frankfort SItog for housebreaking Elliot Tolsnn of Campton is ordered to appear for medical examination before the examining in Jackson He has had IS years continuous service in the regular army and made three trips the Philippine Clay Oliver the power behind a thrones and the chief mogul of Campton Courier informed all correspondent Saturday evening that the infant child of his brotherinlaw A D Lykins was and thought to he dying The examination tor census enumerators was held at Campton last Saturday by CC Williams There re thirty odd applicants and the examination wag very complex or two came from Morgan county and one came from Lee county in hopes they would pass get the appointment from their respective counties Feb 7 DOMINGO Took All Hiss Moiey Often all a man earns goes to doctors or for medicines to curs a stomach liver or kidney trouble ty that Dr Kings New Life Pills would quickly cure at slight cost Beat for dyspepsia indigestion is biliousness constipation jaundice and debility 25c at all dealers cy TOLIVER Clint Taylor bought a good milk cow from Lewis Brewer Price nn knownJim Little of Maytown passed along the State road with a droveI hogs recently Jethro Davis of Lee City passedl through our village en route toa Ezol to visit his father Steven Swango of Valeria visited W W Swango of Pleasant Hill two days last week Farmers in this section are preparing their tobacco beds They are all going to hit it big this year ExSheriff John Will Cox has finishedmoving his mill to The Calaboose where he will saw a lot timber Last week Jim Perkins of near 1Pleasant Hill bought a Jersey cow andcalf from Bob Cecil Price id 39- Qnilla Center ot near Pleasant Hill bought his brothers Taylor 1 farm near Valeria and will1 soon Fi P Clarks new store is finished He expects to fill it full of t goods by the 20th inst providing he dont sell and go west W W SwangO notary publici Pleasant Hill went to Valeria last week and did a lot of official business in the real estate line Sam Taylor of near here his farm to Lige Napier for 600 Taylor then bought a farm from John Will Taulbee in the Clifty diBtriotIFeb 7 POET HOWS THIS We otter One Hundred Dollar Reward any case of Catarrh that con not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY iCO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Oheney for the last 15 year and believer him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and finantncially able to carryout any obligations made by hit firm WALDINO Knraxx MAKVIH Wholeiilt Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure ia taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sytttm Testimonials free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation URKHART Hiram Radd of Elmore here recently buying cattle Born to the wife of Harrison Craae recently a boy Guy 1ldI abvet on Casey Satarday and Sunday Leander Elias sold a baoek of LW-LJ J i2 lIB timber to Hewey Armstrong for about 75- Smith Reed of Sftlyersville was here the other day on business Frank Center of Belknap paii through our neighborhood en route to Cannel City Rev Andrew Cress of our place teaching a singing school at Dale We wish him BOBOMB Willie Bailey the mule trfttter bought a mule recently from Geo of Grassy Creek for a con of 140 Feb 7 NAT Do you know that croup can be prevented Give Chamberlains Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears and it will prevent the attack It is also certain cure for croup and has never been known to fail Sold by dealers MAYTOWN Measles are all gone note There is plenty of moving ia this section- C E Spradling was Calling on Miss Ella LittUSuuday Earl the little son of Taco Adams is very ill at this writing Miss Nancy Little visited home folks at Hickory Grove Sunday MisS Rnth Wills was a gufert of Vise Grace Childere Saturday unit SundayWillie Bryant was seen u4swa Saturday evening Wonder what the attraction Clarence Maxey of Welt Liber was a truest at the Childera house Thursday night The Sunday school at thltl place progressing nicely under Saper inteudent Henry Neff Clinton Spradling and Carl La attended a pound party at the home of Henry Grain and wife of Pomefoyton Saturday night and report a nice time News came here Friday that Mrs Andy Phippa of Lexierw dead She recently moved from Maytown and everyone wu lorry to hear of her death She leaves husband and several ohildlfen Feb 7 MILDRED If troubled with indigestion constipation no appetite or feel bilious give Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial and you will be pleated with the result These tablets invigorate the eK leach and liver and strengthea the digestion Sold by all dealers MURPHY- J B Rose sold thirty soresof land to Ebb Henry for 145 J M Murphy madea butidia trip to West Liberty Saturday Asa Murphy sold eight aorea of land to Arch ChiMers for 160 Several people pawed through here en route to a sale at Maytown W M Henry who has beeq con fined to his room for some time ss able to be out again Miles Yocum and Kelly Murphy are in the upper counties buying males for the preentmarbto Mrs Elizabeth Nickell wife of Newton Niokell deceased who fell 1ontha ice three weeks ago and re iwprovingLewis Hylton exsheriff was thrown from his mute Wednesday morning and had his collarbone broken and received several other painfuLinjarietv Feb 7 GU- ESSCASTORIA P IIfris aattllYiin TUrKWYM dmt Mnfftagi Bears tha- Stgnature ofrScl8acu bntlitUeCooIY long despised corn cob Do you know what it is1 being made to giver forth under thedi reotion of scientist Humble M proLEiclueing Alcohol cider vinegar and pare Vermont maple syrup What more would you ask Whoever hoped foreven aosQaofa Wirgre- now gelling oottonlene hOQbat terine oleomargerine cod lixeroilel permaoetti axle greaaa ao4 freak dairy batter frog cotton seed 0 t1f At kM Iji r h JLJL TJJIII11 o v rcc = Y T 0 f o O =r THE HERALD Eateredatthe hazel Greet Pod 1 ioSceecoDdclaatter I I I j II SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Feb 10 1910 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY NI WOLFE 0CIRCUIT COURT Ij DAVID IS RKDWIXK Judge THOSC JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty J C LINDON Clerk Meets third Mondav in January first j Monday in May third Monday in Septeui lr it WOLFS COUNTY COURT W B DUFF Judge- S O SAMPLE County Atturney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month 4 WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets tint Tuesday in April first Tue ay in October j MAGISTRATES COURTS District J olnobert Roseuird Fridny in March June Stpteiuuer mid Decen her District No 2 Robert Urooks fourth Fri r day in February May August and November District No 31 M Reynolds second Fri- dayt in February May August and o i vemberi 4 David Spencer first 1nday in March Mat August and November District No 5 Preston Hollon second ITI day in March June September and December District No6I W Combs third frnda 1 in February May Auisustaud November District No 7 Sbiloh SWUII O fourth Fri- dayi in March June September aud Dt 1DistrictNo8John II Childers first FII day in February May August aud November COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE W SALLEY Sheri n JT CENTER A JCB LITTLE Jails J W TACLBEH County Superintendent E J CRFA Cit Surveyor J FRANK SAMPLE Corouer THE present school law is the worst outrage ever perpetrated up on the people of Kentucky AtI a least that is the way it operates i this section To be plain in stat ing existing facts Consolation No 62 in Morgan county aud on lyabout two and a half miles from + our town is deprived in a large measure of educational facilities a o as the children have to go four miles away and along a road in which rune a branch all the distance A gentleman living nearI the old school house at Consola tion has two boys going to the Holly Wilson school on NickellI fork and to get there they have to leave before daylight and return home after night when they arc wetto the knees Tho abolishing r of Consolation thus forces 20 or 25 children to do without educa tion or walk about four miles Public Square a school below our town was also abolished and abou- the same condition exists there af at Consolation True the annul ine of these two schools adds tc Hazel Green school district but it is an injustice to the people of those two districts who must need- ii send a long distance or be deprived of tho privilege of public education and the people generally are in arms against the present state ofaffairs Our member of th legislature will do his constituents a great favor by voting to abolish the present school law absolutely or amending same that the oldi school districts may come into their own EVERYBODY is damning the trust- fos the high prices of breadstuffs meat and other commodities which are consumed by the people But they are wrong in their surmize The farmer failing to produce sufficient to supply the demand is the responsible party for present con ditions aud while this is so he iis in a position where he cannot hel himself generally speaking because I he cannot secure the help till his lauds Former tenants an I farm bands worfnng by lbemonth attracted by tWe higher prices paid on public WOTKB and in the town- and cities Have abandoned their farms and 09 times in 100 have got the worst ef it On the farm any tenant cad have his garden a cow i ieljpI SL e I all he makes to keep himself and his family if hebe so unfortunate as to have one Whenever the farmer can secure adequate help conditionsII in and gives farms out of the pubII lic lands to those who will cultivate them for the products consumed by the people True thereI i I are many farmers even in our ownII section who could double the ca pacity of their farms if they would expend a little more energy Population is increasing and farm products decreasing Thats where the whole things hinges i1 The Meat Boycott Farmers of southwestern Ohio have taken a hand in the auti I meut crusade It became known that nearly 500 of them have signed an agreement to withhold from market all live stock for sixty days Tins they believe will prevent any falling in prices Sever al agricultural societiep are said to be backing the movement informally and it is spreadingEx This may be the means of bring ilug the big meat trust to their senses and cause them to open up their cold storage warehouses and bring out what meat etc they have been accumulating for the past year WARN EASY MARKS Secret Service Discovers Anothe- New Counterfeit Bill A counterfeit 1 silver certificate has been discovered by the secret service and Chief WIlkie has is sues a circular in which the counterfeit is described as of the series of 1S J9 check letter B face plate No 4S10 back plate Nor L4544 or 2344 W V Vernon Rtg jistrur of the Treasury Charles H Treat Treasurer of the United States and containing portraits of Lincoln and Grunt The counterfeit inspected would easily deceive the ordinary handler of money The face and back are printed on thin paper oust be sheetni to give the required thickness A few bits 01 coarse and ravelled silk twist were inserted between the sheets Mediocre workman ship hi noticeable on the back note where the words one dollar in the marginal upper right panel of the note appear to have been scratched on Other words show crude manip ulation of the engraver and the eel or of the seal numbers and denom inational figures on the face of the note is pale as compared with the original Practical Housekeeping An absorbing innovation for the education of the school girlthe housekeepingis test in a model flat used as one of the departments of the High School of Prucl cal Arts The trusees of this institution- t find sufficient justification for this rather novel experiment in th tluudameutal idea that the chicf aim of a womans life is marriage and for the purpose of makin- t I prinecipleI r asclass of young women is now iin mining Su6h duties as sewing cooking Cashing ironing and in fact whatever pertains to the vocation theEmost essential high school studies are being taught at thisschool maybetheiridresses all covered with long ap rons doing all sorts of housework I The students have been taught to keep their apartment immacu ius spected by visitors and sometimes by cty officials It was not long ago that Mayor Hibbard and Mr Storrow lunched1 with the little housekeepers and they enthusiastically stated that the luncheon was faultness There is one method taught the students thoroughly and that is the art of making a dollar pur Thispis taught when the teacher aud a class go shopping taughtImeal baton the other hand she is cautioned to look ahead andre canswake dainty little dishes out of leftovers After the shopping is done there follows a cooking lesson and the food which is prepared is sold to the teachers and students when the lunch bur comel jByerjr pjgdentl js Knitted to jo i dI bring to school an old hat and withtbo aid of the teacher ehe rev trims and models it bringing her millinery np to date There are courses in English j history art mathematics science and modern andforeign languages for it is never furgotton that though I ftlmIininosary to encourage the development diplomaiI once looked upon as something to 1ho dreaded a pleasure and course ofscientific studyRoxbury N Y Times MURPHY FORK Dave Peucington moved from J jS Pioratts last week to Jahilo PhillipsMiss Golden Murphy is again deprived of attending H G A on account of sickness John Goadof near Ezel put the last nail in the Ben Murphy school house last week B M Chandler of near Nannie is preparing to leave for Helen to saw staves for W J Fell D W Vest of Ezel was a guest of his daughter Mrs Lizzie Mur phy several days last week Long Dave Lawson recently bought two Norman horses from Cecil Hurt Price paid 100 Andy Toliver and John Cbaney took a bunch of horses andmules to Pike county to trade for cattle 0 H Downing the king cattle trader of Memfee county was in this section buying cattle recently Miss Zolpha Pierattwas a pleas Unrcle Jcp Halsey Saturday and SundayMrs Ella Perkins of Rd river passed through our v page Thurs day en route to Joe Leo Oldfiulds at Mize Mrs Nannie Ross who has been aflhctfd with the grip and throat trouble for several weeks is better at this writing Bonne Jackson of Nannie and a Miss Arnett of Magoilin county were married at the home of the bride last week Cleve Manniu moved lust week from lieu Murphys place to fill the position superintendent on Kelse Couchs farm Sam Wash Havens of Mize left for Mississippi to locate He went right there turned right around and came right back again The 14monthsold child of Gor don Henry of near Nannie was severely burned last week The writer failed to hear particulars Mrs Mattie Hurt who lives in the famous cabin on the hill and who has had the fever for ten or twelve days past is improving under the attention of the old reliable doctor Harry Murphy Feb 7 POET New Game Bill stateIare said to be behind Senator Claude ll Thomas who intro duced a bill in the Senate creating a State Game and Fish Commis sion and providing for a rigid env forccmeutof the game laws Should the act become a law both residents willfhunt in this stl teeThe bill also Gamega deputy in each county The bill fixes heavy penalties for violations stringentIllwfish in Kentucky declare that such a statue rigidly enforced is abso lutely necessary to prevent game from becoming extinct Two Bills Pending Which Affect Secretary of State If the hill now pending creating the office of bank commissioner andIstate is going to have lively times running his office There are two banking bills which ere attracting much attention One bill that the state bankers want provides for the appointment of bank exarnin era under the secretary of state and leaves that official in charge presentTheaway from the secretary ofstate I and places them under the con trol of a bank commissioner who is appointed by the governor There is much talk nowadays about the annual postal deficit of seventeen millions in the Postof fico Departmen If it were man aged with onehalf the thrift of the express companies or other railroad freight it would pay the government a profit ofat least twenty per cent on two hundred millions of dollar Any corpora tion except the corporation of the United States with its board of directors sitting ou Capitol Hill xoald juke that much oat alit a =cc = EngineersIIof Sta to get a license law passed nt the present session of the Kentucky legislature similar to those laws now in force in several other states I It provides that persons before they will be allowed to run steam engines above certain horse pow or must first takb out a state license A new state board to be appointed by the governor is provided for by the bill whose duty it shall bu t examine applicants for licenses and inspect steam engine plants Feudists Given Up Alter a long resistance six oft countyhavethe sheriff at Pikeville and are charged with murder Those who surrendered are James Daniels and his five sons in defending whom Mrs Charles Daniels and her six teenyearold daughter were shot to death in the doorway of their home near Devon Mingo county W Va by officers nnd the posse from Pike county Ky November 25 PerhAps without an equal is a LyEliasIndiana The steor weighs 4f 00 pounds is six feet in height and live feet two inches across the lack I utIg a much more The steer is al iloved to run at largo in a large posture YOUNG MENLEARN I TELEGRAPHY Take Advantage of Our Great Special Offer Life Scholarship in TELEGRAPHY TYPEWRITING and RAILROAD AGENCY reduced to 45 and 250 of stu dusts railroad fare paid Boys this is YOUR OPPORTUNITY to learn a first class trade that pays a good salary every mouth in the year Excellent board at low rates New nan has delightful climate 8000 inhibitants moral surroundings Students qualify in 4 to 0 months Our graduates POSITIVELY GUARANTEED POSITIONS paying 45 to C5 per nn nth to start on Easy and pleasant employment rapid promotion Diplomas awarded Great demand for Telegraph Operatois Write today for our Free 04page illustrated Catalog which gives full particulars SOUTHERN SCHOOL of TELEGRAPHY Box 272 NEWNAN CA B Rare DDortUQitg I Ioffer coobtioJtgarden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur imbed with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also equippedwith power and machinery separatelyFor addressMarch 11 Hazel Green Ky FARM FOR SALE Farm of 200 acres more or less lying on the waters of Lacy creok known as the Cruey faun All fenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in brass Large orchard everlasting flue water 5room dwelling house halls and porches also thirtydaysbargain Possession given Janu particulars R No1 Rardin III DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky Kr IO0 DAY Proprietor Best I Atareandlightedbygas oIjog C H WILLIAMS- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY O Hers his eitseoscountryHazelgreenj Rankw PRINT SALE BILLS I AN PRINT TttCM BIGHT 8kr 4kt 0 1 SPRING WILL SOON BBE HERB 1 i and we are now closing out our Entire Winter Stock atI GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Ladies Nice Underwear25 and 39C Hose Fleece Lined19c30c 25c and 20c Ribbons 25 20 and 15C Childrens and Infants Caps 19 and 20c I 25c Hack Combs 20C j Lutiiid Black Underskirts f198Cji Ladis Tailored Skirts i 2 50 to 450 j Ladies Tailored Coats + 0 350 to 750ii Childrens Coats 125 to 350 JI 30o Pictures 390 and r0c Post Card Albums 20 and 39C i I I25c Pillow Tops 20C t Hair Puffs 90C i These Prices During February OnlyN MAPEL TROY i II I I II 1AZELGREEN ACADEMYI II f I Mountain School of I Christian Womans Board of Missions i A Special BACKERS TRAINING COURSEis offered which extends through tIlt Winter and Spring Terms i SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00i i Good Board per week 0 200 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you For further particulars address M Q CARTERi mll i o j = w= = = EijiD JoHICKEY E jj Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe E ij No 224 W Short Street Eif Kentuckyi I p i I Rash Johnson Kash j I 4 DEALERS IN Ii I General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY jfl FOR BARGAINS I IN EVERYTHING CECIL BROS 1 pealers in General Merchandise 1 are now conducting a CLEARANCE SALE which will continue UNTL MARCH 1 1910 at greatly reduced prices MALL AND SEE THEM A i- JJ PIV 1 i fr ir ll d a Pa 11 7 1 r 1 L a Colds on ia i the Chest i 1 Ask your doctor the medical name for a cold on the chest He will say Bronchitis fAsk him if it is ever serious Lastly ask him if he pre scribes Ayers Cherry Pectoral for this disease Keep in close touch with your family physician publish oar roraala AWe 1 alIVIfrom rswurc7 m to T m Vben you tell your doctor about the bad AbrCUastI when he sees your coated tongue he will saYtYou are bilious Ayers Pills cork well in such cases 3qdb7tDJC3rrCeLoweuHau L Liii1sDS- am all H Kash attended County court at Campton Monday Charlie Rose loft Saturday for a business trip to RIchmondA fi Sam Lowe moved Monday from 01V Cecils farm to thu farm of Columbus Gillaspie r Time for preparing tobacco beds is now here and our farmers should beuivitie it their attention Tailor Sparks moved Mllndual from Culntuhue Rillaspies to Due Perkins farm on Lucy creek Wes Wheeler of Cauey was in of tou Saturday to see his brother who ii attending school here Children Cry i FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIARoe Nickull who recently moved back here from Richmond has our thanks fur tw hands of tine blueI grass tfbnccovMiss Pearl Ely of Gillmore was I iu town Monday having brought her cousin Miss Rhiida Wilson back to school J Mrs F N Day left Saturday for Bethel to help nurse a child of her son Willie which has been dun gerously ill for tho past ton days t Buchanan Rose of Mize brought in three new students Monday viz Bee and Lee Rose and Sam I McGuire He also returned Clif i lord Halsey Nelson Chaney of this place attended the Clark sale at Maytown1in Saturday and ought a fouryear f old mule for 80 He said things I generally sold very well i Miss Faluy Long is this week i j visiting relatives and friends at J Salem and next Monday she willII start for Cincinnati to lay in her i tt new spring stock of millinery Henry Stamper of near May torn has the thanks of the editor j and his better seven eighths for a bountiful mess of mountain oys terstwn or three messes in factI WG Williams having resigned x i as JnsticoTjf the Peace in the third district of Morgan county Rev 8ran Murphy was appointed by Governor Willson to fill the va Je1Dcy I Spencer and Foreman who are I l drilling for the New Domain Cot on Gillmore a few days ago crack t ed the stem which holds the drill and suspended operations I IMr Fowler came in and we hear ft they are probably drilling again 11Ella Jane Phipps wife of Andy Phipps died Wednesday weekend I t Was buried Friday in the Hazel Green Cemetery Besides her hus j band she leaves seven children th t j youngest only five weeks old and 1L next fifteen mouths She was a ritit daughter of Wm and Susan Faulk J Litt f NwessarjIyouibl fc p0dern fiMartinjr sweating feet and take the sting B tietof corns and bunion Just the der patent leather hoes a and fur Breaking in New hatsMany ft cannot wear heavy itockinjrt comforta y Without shaking AileD FootrKae into r i SampletEE IYi a 1if 1 1 Jrof Stgal now nt Robets Estep his U work A Kitrr improvingj Misses Ora Campbell and Fran 1in eveningwIth1 j IIFI II visIltedI I II i Prof K M Halsny of Laudsaw his brother Howard and STeeterj I Several of the boys took in the at Daysboro last Sunday them were Harlan Brown and Joseph Estop- Hendricks s j f Lykius who has been ji boarding with Mrs Smith is now tj H enjoying his meals with the young j people at the homeII I I itshistory 1 Ipst year including those who I enrolled during the spring term Misses King Meade and McCal nighttosay they enjoyed it very much Otis Rush Troy Wilson Glenn Hauey Ben Davis Elisha Cham bers and several other boys visited home folks over Saturday aud Sunday Jimmie Days Reco dn1Dear All Well the Houston is over an I landed pretty good Below I hand you the number atmussed by the G leading ama teurs and 3 leading professionals 15 Amateurs Professionals is Graham Ill60 Gilbert 141tLewis Mo1 31 Hills III 5C Graham Ala6ft Fosgard TerG4 proVulffHoward Tcxi me 21 in the tlIHouston Chronicle trophy race 100 targes I tied with three others 18100 In the shootoil Du i III 25 Day 24 Couuel It ly 24 Howard23aIn the Houston Post trophy race team Day and Jones second 46 out of 50CII won the 40 Fox D B gun and sold it fr 25 AH in all I had a nice time and won motley enough to pay expenseshI am mentioned as the best southern man to go on the 5man1ity amateur team to attend the Olymd pic games in Europe this yeara With love to allcJAMES S DAY Houston Texas Post Prominent among the amatuers attendance this year cu Sunny South handicap was James S Day of Midlaud who holds the amateur record of the world for 400 targets is dropping four of that number in in the two days shot at Sulphur Okla in May 1008 His best straight run is 159 targets Mr Day made a run of 110 during the meet just closed He also holds the double target championship of Texas won in two successive state meets at Austin and Galveston His score was 40 out of 50 Mr Days average last year was 0441 which put him in the front flight of the amateur race for yearly av erage but he did not shoot at enough targets to qualify Mr J Days shooting is especially remarkable in that he has not faced the traps since last August and there being no gnn club in town he goes only to the seveial large tournaments of the south and west every year He was the only shooter iu attendance from his section of the state There is a rumor going the rounds that there have been 100 cases of measles in this town this winter How the report got into circulation or whether it was started with malicious intent ware e not prepared to say But tiff we can say and vouch for its truth There has not been a single casej schooleI this winter and the enrollment has been larger than ever before jI 300 and over being in attendance nearly all the time If the peopl- who circulated these reports will be as fpeirtoTms straighten out theII story they can make amends orIi the falsehood they have been guilt rrillof hid we eincoiely hope they wil 1leeI An infant child of Frank Sam- ep and wife of Lacy creek died jI lloadfty JIWDlinzj i- B 1 TO DELINQUENT SUISCRIS ERS Under the rulings of theCj Postoffice Department we can not carry subscribers who areB1 arrears a year or more withWI out paying extra postage We do not want to drop any from W list and urge all to look at lour date opposite their name I the address label and act accordingly If you are benfhind please remit the amount f due and should you wish to j extend the time add one dollarii for another year If you dotft I I I not wish your paper continued 3 baa remit the amount due and norr tify us to discontinue WeellI have bills to meet and urge j remitst I remittance to our creditorsrei nor Now please1 give this important t matter at least to us your i immediate attADtionf Mrs Augeline James has been t confined to her room for several days with la grippo Mrs TOOl Haddix who has been quite sick for some time was yesterday much bettor of Mrs Judge Wheeler has boon confined to her home with rheu I for several days Three drummers with their driiJI vere and two oil men were guests the Day House Tuesday Mss Alice Wills who formerly lived with W T Caskey and wife by quite aik at her home below Jimmie Lacy has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a fine mess of moun oysters In these days the eggsigency of eggsisteuce eggscludes eggatra eggBfl is true too that the eggecruci i ggstremity eggserts an eggsII traordinary eggaample of fortitude- on o people who eggspress an eggs to hen fruit on their tables Bill Ohair an old Federal soldier and pensioner died at hisH on Big branch Monuay night and was buried in the tam A graveyard on Laurel Wednes He was about 70 years of and leaves a wife and several A Missouri school teacher recently is married a millionaire who fella in love with her by reason of the kindness shown his children Asa to school teacher never knows who liable to become a millionaire- in this country we predict that t this item will cause a great deal is of kindness to be showered upon little boys in the schools County Judge W B Duff hascI appointed a new Board ot Trustees for town of Hazel Green theI old board having been declared illegal and their names follow Q C Daniel M V Roberts M S I Campbell Taylor Center and W B Johnson Judge George Wheel er continues as Police Judge aud Joseph A Rose as Town Marshals Buen McNabb of Chapel branch had his horse fall with him on Frozen last Friday about dusk and lost control of the reins andI fell off The horse ran about 20 feet down the branch and then I took up another where he ranI about 75 yards dragging Mr Mc Nabb by one stirrup over the wa ter and rocks Just as the horse started to jump a log into a pile splitsand released his foot or he would never have been herb to tell the tale He says he dont know if the horse kicked at him or not It was a narrow escape from deathI Lfberal4tlr1rseI am representing the largest retail clothiers in the world and jam prepared to dress smart men liu the most fascinating manner the latest popular style and on easy payments Call on or write apd jI will serve you at the earliest date BUDs ELAM Agent Box 81 Bip 4 Green Ky C J f t t I KENTUCKY KERNELS I Collated aii Ceiclsely I Chronicles IIC A little daughter of All Ginter of ij county fell into a kettle of toiling i aud waa fatally scalded I WIl The price of mules iis still wwrinp Razor of Hath county I Id a pair of yearlings for 340 and a pair nf 3year 1I olds for 500- Sportsmen I have receivedreports tlia t arly 30 per cent of the quail in Kentucky were starved or frozen to death during the recent heavy snows and cold weatherFrank Gardner of Mt Sterling who k pt a rocord of the weather fur many years says there has been less sun this winter than there has bees in any for forty sears The remains of Arthur Goebel who recently died in Arizona were laid to beside those of his brother Gover William Uoebel in the Frankfort ctmetery last Thursday Hon A O Stanley wbo bas served our conseutive tern congress from tle Second Kentucky district waa lat week nominated for his fifth term The dill rict ia overwhelmingly Democratic Fir in the redrying plant of J P- 1aylorOnat the Central Keituox tobacco warehouse in Lexington en tailed a loss of 13000 of which 7500 was for tobacco destroyed The origin the fire ii a mystery Some thief or thieves broke open all the bet puma belonging to A Dicker mat the farm house fri m whicn he had just moved several miiea north of Ow and ttole nil the honey bis lice bad stored fur the winter The old city railway barn at Lexing ton together with twentytwo city cars I and two interurban earn was destroyed fire at an early hour Friday morning with a loss ef between 25000 and 39 000 partially insured Cause of fire unknownIIAs a result of trying to kindle a fire with coal oil Stephen Padgett a 13year old Cynthiana boy lost his life Hijl mother was badly burned in trying toE extinguish the flames The houe was J fff J Secret service men are aftera gang 0rU4 order thieves in Lawrence county J They organized the Bank of Orr which J kd them and by the endorsement of this institution which never existed A W they succeeded in swindling a number of I firms throughout tbecountry I Catesby Woodford had ten pure bred ewes valued at 150 killed by dogs on his farm in Bourbon county few nights later the doge came again and thirteen ef them were killed without any loss of sheep The dogs came tll from the colored suburbs of Paris iLexington Whitt an aged man who rJl was serving time in the penitentiary lnow a free ulan having been granted lfull and free pardon by Gov Willson d and has been released from the prison go 1 ac aid spend the remainder of his days with his family in Magoffin county Col Milton Young is at the bead of n II 300000 stock company to build a six v story hotel in Lexington The building to have a frontage of 150 feet on High street and a depth of 250 feet along Limestone street Work is to begin April 15 The new hotel will be called Milton in honor of the promoteri Simpson Filron of Fleming county Iblld 900 stolen from him some time since He kept the money in an old violin case fastened with a common pad lock John Estill who disappeared IIabout the same time was suspected and last week he was arrested in Kankakee Ill He confessed to having taken 30u and had 224 on his person when are rested i Determined to see that tbe Sunday closing law in Frankfort is observed and in order to punish violators of tbe law Mayor Pol roe headed a posse of policeman kicked down the door of the bedroom of John Kenney over Kenney saloon in the Craw searched the place confiscated a supply of liquor concealed under tbe bed and arrested Kenney and Tom White DRESSMAKING 0Mrs F N DAY has just opened a Dressmaking Establishment where she is prepared to make all garments fo ladies wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits there by making an old suit appear anew s She solicits the patronage of the public and guarantees satisfaction i in all cases Her many 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 rig Aran taW utal 11ew W kutka 1 llaa sJ ts pa s tlli Jr 10 CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signaturei of In- U88 For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Capital Stock In in 315000 00 Profits paying semiannual dividend 00 Responsibility 15000 00 83120000 The FolIonicK Ltet stockholder Who Own and Control K Cecil farmer Hazel Green P Rose farmer Hazel Green It Klkins farmer Leiic Ka h farmer Cecil farmer hazel Green Murphy farmer Hazel Green S Pieratt farmer Hazel Green S Itittenhouse mine owner Hazel Green- F farmer Hazel iictn Cecil firmer Hazel Green- J Cecil farmer Mt Hoiriuan Mt Hurst lawyer Campion For and i a t f i aMTaasaaMv Mla TOn CITY i Paid Cash after 3 1200 Total I a nf its A Gillmore W M Phillips M W Sterling insurance Sterling L TMI 111 E Oney lumber mfr Rose Fork s Mrs Susan A Campbell Hazel Green M S Campbell Hazel GreenvI DayshoroFMrs Mary Eo Smith New Castle IT M Lee farmer Hazel Green i C S Sample farmer Hazel Green K Ht Patton Hazel Green- J T Whaley carpenter Hazel Greenii Mrs F J Ritteohouse Hazel GreenII Mrs T M Lee Haul Green lis Iula M Evans Swords Creek Va E F CECIL PRESIDENT J S RITTEXHOUSE VICE PRESIDENT H PATTON i In JIIJrRiH ISTEP INTO 1MISS FALAY LONGS I 1 1 Millinery I ParlorsI t IAnd examine the FINE STOCK OF GOODS I KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hazell Green and vicinity that they have jutreceived magnificent line of LADIES SaOES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etcryry rsndthat their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCEBIES etc F to which they invite inspection M tURSltowIwwlTrte ft m AND HIDES IIIIUt IUIDT nJaI t ltu rAvreilae Wrtat prlaetmttrrattigtllaariitiTy rs 1 s 4 Y 1 A N WmKMBrttmmtmia7 J Y i1 it I il n WeASkYOUto troubles because we are sure it will help you Remember that this great female remedy I OFCARDUl i has brought relief to thousands of other sick women so why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many have said It Is the best medicine to take Try ItlI Sold in This CityF3 I wrtteforour flobtalnedornoreet before We T pAY t TH help Inyentors to success Send modt1 poto sketch and we end IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT UTAILlTY 20years teethe Begin tered Patent Lawyers Write or come to U at 606607 7th SL WASHINGTON G C MEeIlANIC Ij a magazine for everybody tram aLt Intridtf the coming sciencrandhowta use tools Simple prac tical full olplaures Sam ple espy free If you name I this paper lMUr Snmpson Tub Co IDeacon SU Boston tau PbolocrllphIDtCfOU eMTjtodj AUKKICAN I IikauaifulI I IIf prize cootrus pilure I criticism quntioiK an I errd Sample KT Gee I If you mention this paper AmarlcanPhotetnphre GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make anystyle to order and on the moatt reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials whe so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited sstf GEO RICE Tfte wincnestoI Bank i WINCHESTER KY N H VJTIIEESPOOJJ Pres W R SPHAE Cashier Paid Up Capital S10000OOO Undivided Profit I 17000000 Deposit nl j over i 850000000 I This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus iness men generaUythroughout Easl era Kentucky and offers its custom eneveryfamtItyand the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate i bankingloct21y w leH We Bu- yFURS Hides and Wool uzcrRICDd Handsome FeatbcnT Tow Beewat Ctcieng GoldenSealYefowRoaMayAppleWild s ctfaHiilird ia l856Om LaIr II century iin IjxunSc ud ando betterlor jou Una cceumaico nerdiuti Rcfcxence ceqfact lot Del uPSUd 4 M Sabel Jc Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY KILL WE COUCH titles CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR LOLDBAM AU THROAT ANI W11 8TROUBL- ESGUAABTESDSATISFAQTOB OX KONK7 BEFUHDED FRUIT AND ORNAM ENTA- II TREES we r 01CHARO W1 and ARDEN1 Cattloi OB Application No Agents H F HI NMEYER Sc SONS LEXINGTON KY r I 1tetor tike RqJi fJOO 90 s f 1 StQPPaiil Take I ONEof Little Tablets and the Pain is- Go1se1 HEADACHE NEURALGIA Dr Milts JIll fttaPOikmten sea ky ttu tar teen mac ptleshtrdack lid pals I absctUdJ Ida ud to tvery uxthey pft UHtflrtM Henry Ctrnm I BOMMONYJ I loo lilt PAee e1- RHEUMATISM mnd SCIATIC 25 Doses 25 Cents Your Dnujtu sells Dr Mile AMIoPalDPI1I tad k tt Mtiortttd lit rtnira the prle el AtOm ptckif C ail II H tails w tonsil jro AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of ita existence finds the Toledo Blade more popular than at any period of ita remarkable carter It is now read each week by more than a million people Its field is not circumi scribed liv State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giviug it an unquestionable right ot claim lug to be the greatest national weekly newsi paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a fami newspaper The one object of its publishe- has always been to make it fit for the Amer ban home for the fireside and of interestt to every member of the family To fulfill purpose it isjkept clean andjwholesorae t nThe news of the world is bandied in a corn prehensive manner and the various departments of The lade are edited with painstaking CAre The Household page is a delight i to the women and children current atfairs are treated editorially without prejudice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greeting number of fic tion loyers the Question Bureau is ascrapi book of information the Farmstead columns lire conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium tor the ex change of ideas and information on farmI topics Xo department is neglected bu I every feature is taken care of with the rde of making The Blade worth many times the yearSampleTHE BLADE Toledo Ohio 300000 IN CASH PRIZES TO AGENTS OF THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER OF CINCINNATI OHIO Besides a Liberal Commission that will insure to Solicitors 10000 i month and better- ICuapriziof I 50000 1 CaA prize o1 30000 1 Cuh prize ef 20000 1 Cash prize of 10000 4 Cull prizes of 75 each 80000 4 Cub prizes of 60 each 24000 8 Cull prizes of 50 each 40000 12 Cub prizes of 25 each 30000 11 Cask prizes of 1 5 each 16500 7 Cash orlzes of 10 each 7000 50 Cash prizes amounting to 257500 EXTRA STATE PRIZES 1 Extra prize for Olio 10000 1 Extra prize for Indians 7500 1 Extra prize for UJIaol 5000 I Extra prize for Kentucky 5000 1 Extra prize for Vlrgl ia or West Virginia 5000 4 Cub prizes for States not named hereof 25 each 10000 GRAND TOTAL OF b9 Cult prizes amounting to 800000 paSolicitorsy prizestamount ofsuch cash prize thus insur ing all against loss if only ten yearly Subscriptions are obtained Subscriptioai mutest IJence Solicitors have xi occasionto fear opposition from t source thatII startNarnestworkwtll0I allayENQUIRER COMPANY a JJIiIt CINCINNATI r e t +1i A Word of Hepe ts JJfftr anil Drtj victlMi Indianapolis lad Independent In these days of great reforms when the liquor habit is absorbing public attention it may be timely to call attention to another grew iug insidious disease that ha3 be come alarming prevalent of which the average citizen knows but lit tie and has been regarded as in curable by many physicians and the victims of this dread disease It is a disease that holds the victim helpless in its clutches de thrones his will power and reason destroys the finer sensiBilities cre happyfamiliespoor houses and insane asylums than any other cause and unless checked will paralyze the vital forces of this nation like China has been debauched for it assails the highest and the lowest and the richest and the pooreat and is al- I ready a scourge in this country and as much to be dreaded as the white plague and the liquor hab drughabitalarminglysomething must be done to check its growth oc the consequences to our future must be serious quotefromsermon delivered by the Rev Geo Riebold an eminent minister and reformer of Hope lad who has given the liquor and drug habits investigation tions of the terrible effects of the drug and liquor habits This very able sermon was delivered by this eminent divine to his congregation at Hope Indon Feb 8 1008 The entire sermon would be valu able reading to those afllioted and to the public generally but the want of space forbids giving the entire sermon but we quote suf flcient of this sermon to hold out the word of hope to those afflicted that they may know that there is relief awaiting them if they only take advantage of it The closing paragraphs are as follows I should feel a personal con damnation were I to close this ser mon without placing with the friends of these unfortunate ad comfortre backtdark as to make indistinguishable its objectsthere have been those professing to know who have de claret the opium and morphine habit an incurable disease A Balm la Gileai The Literary Digest during the past year in speaking of the dis covery by some missionaries in the far east of a medical plant for doe ceded that the habit is irremedial A few years ago a great divine speaking on this subject said he hadoften seen whisky cures but not a single morphine cure To this hopeless class we wish to bring the glad tidings of great joy We personally know men who have been cured for fifteen years We do know that there is a remedy and that there is a balm iu Gilead for them In the preparation of this sermon we have sought infor mation from many of the loading sanitariums in the country where these cures are made Among all these none is of better reputation and character than the Hurd San itarium at Shelbyville Ind Its proximity here gave me an oppor tunity a few weeks ago to ascer tain upon personal investigation facts that enable me to announce to a certainty that this dreadful disease in ts worst forms has its positive cure The Horrors of the Demons Work To better appreciate the horror of this demons work on men and women let me describe a few of the patients of the sanitarium recent ly visited at Shelbyville and whose cures approach the miraculous I personally spoke to a young man- n telegraph operator He has used dailyforhe had suffered any in the removal of so powerful a drug and stimu lant He replied that he didEuf fer some for a period of perhaps six hours but at the time ot our conversation he had no desire whatever for the drug Thinkof a train dispatcher using eighty grains a dav 1 A lady physician brought her husband there a physicall wreck af ter using without relief thirteen cnres and having increased the quantity of true taken to the amount that would ordinarily kill expressedtthat she would rather see him die ttban to be obliged to see him re himWhathave this man restored to her in perfect health For BO be was A prrominentQe Of 1 tf morphine such a helpless wreck as to be obliged to remain upon a farm froth which for years he nev er went forth save at night and then with a lantern for his days became as nights and his nights as days one of the common results of morphinEisma crazy hermitlike man for thirts five years was the time of his addiction to slavery In the short time ofa mouth he was returned to his friends and family in body and mind a man The Cruel Bondage One patient was about to be sent by the County Commissioners to the insane asylum dementia another common result when the Messrs Hord suggested that they were able to effect a cure in the case for no greater amount than they would incur in the mans committal to the aeylnm The county commissioners and town ship trustees agreed and he who by his daily use of forty grains of the drug had made himself men tally a fit subject for the insane asylum was perfectly and com pletely cured This occasion forbids a descrip tion of the depravity to which these patients are carried by the power of this demon One patient who by the loss of a limb at one time and an eye at another be came an addict to the use of both morphine and cocaine used thirty to forty grains of each daily be sides a pint to a quart of whisky daily This man by the use of a hypodermic needle had so cal loused the skin of his entire body except his neck and face that he used a sharp pen knife to make an incision that he might the better introduce the noodle without break ing it A picture of this scarred body is on file in the office of the sanitarium and the patient who has been cured for several years gladly bears testimony to this miraculous salvation from the degrading and inhuman captivity The cases mentioned are but a hint of the sufferings and terror of this cruel bondage and do not half tell the story of the ability of these men to effect deliverance from a most pitiful vassalage Wont Need a Crutch When Editor J P Sossman of Cornelius N C bruised his leg badly it started an ugly sore Many salve and ointments proved worthless Then Buckleue Arni thoroughlyNothing ulcers boils burns bruises cuts corns sores pimples eczema or piles 25c at all dealers QUESTIONS THE CENSUS Yea Will Ask the Farmers of KentuckyFigure It Out Now and Get it Ready Kentucky farmers will be asked a long list of questions when the 1910 ceasns enumerator strikes accountingThere inquiriesthateveryfarmeroperating tailed information covering every includingtle cropsliverealized on such products during soughtThe the blank are the usual questions designed to fully establish the identity of the farm the length of time he has occupied the farm etc Following these the subjects to be inquired into briefly stated are as follows Farm acreage April 15 190 Farm value April 15 1910 Mixed tenure Mortgage indebtedness April 15 1910Farm Ih expensesLaud not operated ly farmer Cattle v SwineHorses and mules Awes and burros Animals born on the farm during 1909 Pure bred animals Domestic animals boarded or pasturedWool or mohair goat hair shorn in 1909 Dairy products in 1909 Fowls over three months old on 1910I in 1909 Bees and honey 1GraipHay and forage includedininquirySmall Orchard fruits GrapesFarm garden Vegetables in 1909 1909Flowers grassForestin 1909 1909Fruit1009Pwtare I r x Womans Beauty 1 Some women retain their beauty to an advanced age But women who regularly endure pain age rapidly for suffering leaves its lasting marks 0qthemNearly all women suffer more or less with some 1 I form of female trouble It should not be neglected Avoid the paintreat yourself at home by taking Cardui as thousands of other women have dons Begin at once and give Cardui a fair trial TAKE a za e g l It Will Help YouJMrs Katie Burlison Goreville Ill trod Cardni and writes 1 suffered with female troubles and was so sick I could not stand on my feet Finally I began to take Cardui and soon began fej mend Now I am able to do all my housework and am in mac better health than I was before Try it i AT ALL DRUG STORES j I Enlarging Your Business I i If you are in business and you want to make more money you will readevery word we have to say Are you spending your money for ad vertising in haphazard fashion as if intended for charity or do you adver tise for direct results Did you ever stop to think how your advertising can be made a source of profit to you and how its value can be measured in dollars and cents If you have not you are throwing money away Advertising is a modem business necessity but must be conducted on business principles If you are not satisfied with your advertising you should set aside a certaia amount of mosey to be spent I annually and then carefully f note the effect it has in creasing your volume of inffness whether a 10 20 or per cent increase If watch this gain from year to I you will become intensely isiiterested in your a and bow you can make it ea large your businessii If you try this method we believe you will not want to let a single issue of tbrrpaperI1I ffromfr We will be pleased to haw you call on us and we will tike pleasure in explaining our annual contract for so many inches and how it can be j 1 Bad at whatever amount that stet Mcasary to you j 111 7es en war goods ever i tis counter e eta also show 1 yea wkj this paper will best 1 serve yevr interests when you J iiIMi I r j THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky j WHOLESALE Dry Goods and Notions t Always in stock a well selected line Orders filled promplli and wink earetII I Dont Use a Scarecrow ToDroeiwajfe jj- ailOrder Wtf 1 You can drive his wt quickly if you UM the rlorder houses own 1ftIfM advertising Mai1jconcerns are tpe thousands of dollars week in order to get r from the home merduate Do you think for a adtofsi they would keep it UfM they didat get the IiIness Doat take It Isi 3 granted that every 0M tknownsell ana what your prices are Niaetimesot of tea your pCfiotrie are lower but the customer is influenced b1 the uptodate adv tismg of the mall order house Every article you advetti WtM saiiletestinge11t11Rmunity itLetWe never tire of helpngaothers when they a for good job printing We tan tickle dIefexacting typographic appetite PeefJt tf have partakes o far smtlliat s rviM back 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