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I A 2 7 T HE t r j 0 Established March 41886 MadeFamoiu inthe Story of Jonataa aa1 HltCqatJaeat by arpflall rT p I1AtUnnRno a- tiSltoritu The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most golMJ Piper ln the Kentucky Mountains A- SliQ a 1e i 1I1 TBENTY FIFTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 1910 NBJfBER 85 l iiltAil toe and Eastern Railwij five Title IB Effect Jue 21 1M8 WEST BOUND i F INot i f o3 SobI sTATIONS IUailyuIJai1 and Suuday uruhayuuda only AMLvelMLve As1LveJ- sekson tidn 6 10 am 1 20 PU 1 7 wam Juud 6 to pm I s po ito N- WIkanrve oaK Je 7 r7am z0 7u4e- atTorreuL7 Ij 30 amsil 41 PDtI 1115 amt Bridg7 45 am I 3 M H6 am Nat Jt 7 48 am I 3 57 ySim- i aCsmptun 8 I 4 26 pa 54 aV amII itC11 tl1I1IIun U i1YI IS 25 114M pm lUU3arlt kUffml Qf- LKJuuCD 9UUam 7pn WiDcbeter II 12 amII 15 20 IIn liam Luton arl 9 o5 am I pupu A EAST BOUND 11 otlio b ilyiadl toDsdyel SsntUy rATlOSBIIaI yda1 earl pJL Lye1Ai I tt f Lexington 0 tt- arYm 0 I i5S pill sYmenater8 r3 am- S zoi ii 2d p48 pill LtJuocuon1st 40 U2 am HS 5U put H1I0tllo4111 Ws 5d plO Juntn 9 3n pSU ICawptou4 pmt Ant 57 o43435 pm57 lrtdgej ti2 9 Maioat 47 Pollj tt11eauveJc uh144Z510 1lll1U otKJnncn 91 IlIS ut- e g 05 pint tJ41Jaeka9n 94 I120 alit10 vlll ECTIONStl isLwill uske counectiuu with the C ct OKyC- AMITOX Mt Sterlingfor JcjCTios Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect Kith the Mountain Central t By lot Pine Midge and CIUUV10U ofBEATTiVUK JCSCT10S =lraisa o 2 will wake counectiou at Beattyville JUDe t with the L and A Railway for passengers of to and irom Benttyville 04 KJCXCT1US Trains Nos 3 aad 4 connect with the O t K Railway for kcal S stations on the OIt K Railway W A McDOW UL Ueuerai Manager OUAt dCuni euias Agent of a Oslo K8ntUCRg flaliwli lime Table May 21 I9O6I j WEST BOUND Nu3f i I No21- Daily ex = STATIONS j = Dally ex Sunday I I Sunday PU 5 AOIIc City J87 22 PJIAM 1315 455 dlHelechawa20 1219 J 45 13 Lee City i3 12 13 405 20 llamptonU 11 51 352 22Wilhurt 6 1144 310 27iOKJunction 0 11 15 3 00 j Jackson 1105 EAST BOUND No3F S No 23l 11I STATIONS = Daily uDaily ex S Sanday jI II Sunday I i MLvttiP1fLv7 10 1 27 I Cannel City 0 lOff 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wahurst 20 1 51 t 9 25 1 0tK Junction 22 2 25 5 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos 21 and 22 Kill make close connectiqi at 0nwith Nos 3 agdKfoIe poinu on the Lexington and Esrtata twayM LrSuperintendenI I 18111118111 No 1 No 2 DEPART AMVK 600 a m Campton 11 O ri m 200 pmCampton 600pm No 2- ABBIVE No1 DEPT 7 80 amCampn JunclO 05 a 330 pmCampu Juno 440JBl- The Mountain Central J3l fce- AconnBction with all L E paiV lenger trains BaF BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KY INFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and countiesi chit he cwnea c a line of Coffins Caskeja Burial 9tAand everything necessary to put away the dead in docent style Special castets supplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnUhed fuuerals Also can till orders for tombstoaesj Ac B WELL C RUS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KYII ftfers his professional services to e1uek1 k Wolfe count juid solicits the patroBacfw arm who may tve legal papers to 11 tft p5ce st Jai8 rellBee oaitOlrr iter 3 COUNTY NEWS 1 W Xocalltejns ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distantfriends LAN QSAWII Roe Banks is building an addiII to his dwellin- gWether I is so unsottled here farmers cant get to work Oliver Kash visited his brother Hr Kahh at Hazel Green parts tw kCA C Kasb storekeeper at the G9Pofj I E rsB ton atKee moving of the farm of Jl M Cockerham a T V lliams willm vQ tohthflylirajacated by Mr Dalton e Otis Saab Brace McGuire John iw Hwar I4ey oQrames Tester all of H G A came in aloe iX1ay and will return toI I 47 bpjpiaBpapi ell brother of I Ifa JJlenaentary Capapfeellf who was I killed at the boiler implosion in Calaboose vitte A J Will ms Sunday and MyJ M Swango haarJwen on the is sick list for a fewwSand hisi son Buford of H G A and two Chap Swangoa bopof Morgani by county visited him th latter part last weekFJohn Chambers Dealt of H J for Spencer a mare and colt price j private Sam Burphfield of Robt Rose one calf 1150 E T Kashi Bas McGuire five COR shoatsi for 20 Robert Rose of Dave Wells two calves 19 The entertainment at the Hurstt to school passed off last Friday andl those present say it was a successI i all the children being well drilledI and doing justice to their partsI 3 There was too much corn juice on the ground though which singii- j the cause of a few rackets I W Combs justice of the peace for this district held his regular term of court in the store of E T Kash Friday There were several cases on the docket all be ing disposed of J1 Tester of this place and S G Sample and A H Stamper of Campton were the attorney present Feb 21 Axox Teak 111Iii Moiey Often all a man earns toes 0for doctors or for medicines to cure ac stomach liver or kidney that Dr Kings New Life PillsI would quickly cure at slight cost Best fot d spepjla jindigestion i biliousness constipation jaundice + mBJaria and debility 25c at allI dealers TINTS + Dr yloly ter of HazelI een was iDjhLuectioIlJS1JJd y j Enard Trent of Stillwater vi- iced Tom Hall and family Saturday night4 A Mraialestej of TheCala boos tQIF 4ipliei pith J D Edwards J and family Sunday tiGeoFB4 albert ODof Stihws terwa a goe tofEdgar Saturday night and SundayI Revs Jeff and R J Rose ofI largm6 poajRregationaft tLPaoe jll ar4 aveo Brewer of Grassy creek visited their fa William Brewer and familyiJast Sunday Miss Ninnie Brewer4 of ter took dinner with her cousin jkraiOra Pi6ratt nd family lastl l gunday There is a protracted meeting going on at this place copdacted by iJlevBJefEBJawet K J pose and dthera O H Barker is this week moving from the home of his father to the farm of S born Walter on Qrassy + muchjfithe regret ofrthe people fhefoilowiwg spent a pleasant- e eniiig at the home of Stella and Edgar Edwards Sunday Misses annie and Dorefl Bftrker sand ill mpbeUApd Jpme Taulbee The gallants were George Colbert eon Enard Trent David Coldiron Daniel Taulbee and others Feb 21 BCH iLI TO CORRE8POHBBRTSMan your items early so they will reach our office morningMondayifposaible at not be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones biuines sick and write on one side of the paper only day 51IhEfromR C Wells is trying to have abf postoffioe established neat the Old church at the mouth of fork Dr Taylor Center of your town Aver Sunday to interview Buchanan but George had a gone to Mt Sterling to sell a span mulesIsom Byrd was moving through Saturday with his family from Grassy creek to the Calaboose where he formerly lived Uncle at Raney Gevedon was helping them i Last week James Brown of Gos neyville sold to Leander Peck u- ri acre tract of land on Stillwater a consideration of 165 35 in hand paid and 130 in 12 mouths with 6 porcentinterest- A good sized crowd attended church at Trent yesterday There now a protracted meeting going- on and may continue until Sunday week The services are conducted Rev Jeff Brewer and others by tJanel Sally who was tried last before Esq I11 Combs killing a hog belonging to Zan der Spencer was acquitted R E Patton who was tried in the same court for breach of the peace on Willie Hanks was fined 1 and costsSaturday last Boone Tyra sold Mac Tyra of Holly a 5year oM milch cow for 35 and on the same he bought from Rev Jtff Brewer a 2yearold black mule for 150 He now owns rare of the best matches we ever saw measur 15 hands each Aunt Jane Buchanan died at home on the Rocky bran h Fri day and was buried Sunday in tbetTutt graveyard beside her son James Buchanan who was banged at Compton several years ago for the killing of James Roes Mrs Buchanan was very old and wellI liked by all who knew her Feb 21 DOMINGO t 1 1 HPWSTHIST We offer One Hundred Roller Reward J any case of Catarrh that can not be by Halls Catarrh CureEF J CHENEY iCO Toledo O IeWe the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe I him perfectly foonprable in all business I transactions and finanncially able to carryout any objigatioqsmadeby his firm WALDISQ KISNAJJ MAKVIK Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by Druggists isTake Halls Family Pills Jor constipation 1appJ Q c ileJtallq Zeg1t1 tottsp Wilson a fine much cow Price 30 Leonard Nickell oft near Iaysi born ppseod through bare Suqday dsMrs Addle B AXjjson jind littlel son Elmer Reed visited her par epts lastl Sunday J R Wilson and C J Caskey ymade a business trip to Lee City one day last week rJ1Prater has sold his farm toi Nathan Hollon at a private pricet and will locate near South Liberty aWillie Daviaaud wife have be Han bqusekeeping 1VQope to witness a pound party in the near future John Caudill of Cannel City called to see Miss R xie NjckelJJ Saturday night Sope to report wedding soon John Wilson qf this place and Jim Wilson known as uTr Jim of Daysboro are enact at Mt Sterling Miss Roxie Nickell at her home Sunday a number young folks Among them noticed Minnip andClemma field Minnie Fallen Grace X ell Roscoe Wilson Younger Da vidsou Steve Byrd and Bufos- Ni kell They report a nice lab 21 LTITUC Pia y SANDFIELDII J J C Coxs Sunday I Willie Catron was n guest of i Roily Stamper Sunder Rev Harlan McClure preached this place Sunday Uncle Laud McNabb is on the are list at this writing Miss Aquilla Haddix spent SUb are with Emma Landrnm Byrd McNabb and wife spent with WillieClark and wife Miss Cordie Oldfield is visiting of grandfather James Robinson Mrs Mary Stamper who has enyery low is improving nicely Miss Lora Weaver spent Satur day night with Miss Mattie Me Nabb Buen McNabb and wife spent day recently with W A Oldfjeld and wife Carl StampecaaldEllipDicl Nabb- of H G A visited ljpme folks over Sunday Nannie Stamper who Jin9beerr i H S Stampers several days returned home Suqday Feb 21 HnDREnf tfollowedwhich to many proves a great an noyance Chamberlains Cough tle Remedy has been extensively used and with good success for the relief and cure of this cough Many cases have been cured after all other remedies had failed Sold all dealers MAJLAPA- Samuel Hurst dinedwith W L Hurst Sunday- Clay Trent residing on Ken tucky river died Saturday Henry Taylor has been on the sick list for thepast few days 8Dave Jtowater Courtney Lawson made a trip to Gillmore Sunday We dont know why H P Campbellll1as rented of J will I 1rMort Halsey made a businessI trip to Simpson Saturday and returned Sunday Miss Lula Hurst spent Saturday night and Sunday with her braff ther Roy Hurjt 1 C H Loveland who has bqen home a v e k on the sick tlist re tpr edyesterday Kv MHalseya school closed rjda itolpegtetripment Allc seemed to enjoy it I A QcjaJ was giren at the Home I of Mrs iroefeett Rose Sitnrday night Eight girls and sixttboys seemed to enjoy themselves Feb 21 SHARPSHOOTER If troubled with indigestion Ifj constipation no appetite or feelil bilious giveCbamherlaiDBiSjtom i actandLiv6riTfthlfltBaitr5aJr andIi you will beplaaaedt itbthesult Tbeee tablets invigoratethe stom ach snd liver andtatrugthq thee digestion SoldbyaIy dealers J EhfMlll R HiAabury aolAiWmrffcHaney scow for 27 Willie Byrd called on Tipton Sunday OUilliiokeU ialluilainghilneaf a niceBx refhpuse nMisa Beatripef opggruyJH tiug- tlaUieandlbipnia niIShrouse Amyx Ofx i8iavisiting Ollie Niokelleand family7 Mrs C A NjckQll is visiting her daughter Mrs F P Wilsonftt Neola lisse8 Emma and 1dByrd pllielNlckellSaaday Willie Burton of Canneh City visited his brotherinJaiu Ollie Nickell SundaycSouth Stamper Willie Pi V and a Mr Cris of Cannel La lai1tlJg ffentYjedl kThesentod her huabandi witht J aud some valentine February 14ip Iethe shape of a fine boy Feb 21 RoflE W i MAYWYN A wpJding to report soon M W Pieratt purchased a cow from Wick CiliIgrafor2250- L J Webh and JBav were calling on our merchants Jately Those whare on the sick list 1 Charlie Clark and J T Cram J R Little an l jtfennr Murphy attending Mt Sterling court Jiasuand bilAonspettSatnr day pight with4Miss Pearl Crain bliss Grace Ohildere warn guest Miss Ruth Wills over Sunday nightThere was a uble reading atthe home of Rev Frank Agar Sunday 1 evening to Tom and Aea Sexton of Ezel worn gpeets of M W Pigrntt Sat urday night Mrs Zilplm Adams was a finest ofMrs S G Soradling from Tuee day uuhllriJay Raney P5erattandxw4fBTandisiB sleigbridingSatludaygrenlug SatludaygrenlugQQp andCharleeChildersfH olSunday Vcla y Henry and wife were the of the lalters parents H Neff and wife SundaybR A Guilder and son Robert ttatnrday for thebluegrafis to look themput a location i Mrs John Wilson left theother day fjr ali itfld visit to Jcelatives and friends in Mnskogee OklntBill Bpwmau of Valeria purrI chased six yearling steers from Floyd Little paying 85 therefor Misses Ruth Wills and Nancy Little were out on their fajqoua steeds Saturday evening visiting friends in theconntry Asa Sexton of Ezel purchased fine 2yearold black horse fomIIngrain for 100 and JamesI Ingrain bought a sorrel horse from W T Sweeney for 80ii Feb 21 MILDRED re 91tRelpLQrp a IfHundreds oforphans h aye beenI helped by the president of tim In duatrialand Orphans Home at Macon Ga who wnfesJ 1 We have used Electric Bitters in this insti tution for nine years It has I proved a most excellent medicine for stomach liver ajid kidney trou I blessWe regard it aone oft the best family mediciiie on earth I It invigorates all vital organs purifies the blood aidsj digestion creates appetites To trenghen and build up paler thinj yeah children oprondowq people it h sjnow equal Best for Xemale cona j plaints Ouly 50c at all deAlers TOLIVfER Mrs Ann 7arV is visiting her 4aHiMerr Mrs W l Hills Mrs WilU wejafleytha9 JXeepjll1 tsftW time with 1 grippe bUsa Cora Weaver haatboapon th aioktlistfor the p stveek- MissAquilla addi was aiWest of hiss Emma Jyandrum Sunday 1W T Jackeylrhohae beep fit foFayirnpMlne is jenoite4bfitteif oJ ot fflt1 JY ng tiTj1cimtlanatiSexton oa jattuwnI waeajgoe8tof A1l Iiaudrum a RtlyeG P Noble went to Tar+ 1 idge- qne 4ayIait week to buy a ijatra mt didnoni succged 1 tEi4lrPr0iIJ1 Upog laftMoMa- yfottIogeq pda tq visit be 4- ghj4 nJF1iwAlilt 7J JL ands W KLndrolDl s4N- ayCraim weoagueata of A Bt JynightnightFeb 21 SUNSHINE YBjPrerAllft Peril 1 I never felt so near my graveLJ wfit8 Lawift hambliu of Ian jhesterjOIiio R R NO 8 as hungtreablepalled 1s4p spite oLlasanyremedies auu tdootor And that Jam alive today is due solely toDr King NewDiscovery which jcprbj pletely cured me Now 1eigb 100 pounds andcaa work pardi Italsooared my fonr croup Infallible foc aaghfiand coldoyit a the njoatcertainjoamedy j Wec1tiollstiefire Guaranteed y U dealers f r MDRPNLFORK- Miss Alice VVills is still conya inscentLcring NvskeJijgflt AI Hip to EZe1n day chit rRP qt ligry eat lyleft for4exineton- w Hal xphjiipaid Menifee county abuflinea trip Xowday Taylor CenfP Qg fry Va teria Jast w efc ta Jj B Xegga place at PJeasRtrhffill w Quill Center moved from near Pleuaut hi1UoJlildddyinlaw near Valeria llasjtsceek Mort lCJec LiilkjBQpiteafegild a large tobacco4 arnHe intends fill it with the weed JohnMurphys1 l sick list for several weeks Born Friday tothe wife of r1IJthegia wBakes Aunt Majrtba grpjjTjjwfjo wu reported sick last weekjjjio bet ter Dr AndyNickell iiettendi- fig her Andrew Cecil avas depriye4froln oldparpetirliaMurphy sicknss Clarkrepcesgaiwp6Trimble section intervfewingouJuiiAlvhanta recentlyClarence Havens of EiUateanc and IrwinMcGuire of Pektu were on thecreek Siwday looking for stats e di hefu- vithoutany tronbfetryouuenaaynn T be entertained GrJiEtMl uLJJillU1n of Ben Murphy the cattle king had been monkeying with aiaycow iIfepgplfinebPnefitb i cote pad hoo td tl1eJa pty this partigalarspot IDr Harry Murphy bongljt two extra fine Hereford caTvea from Ben Murphy for iOrBbirMiifrphy- sold a fine saddle JIB texgrank WPardor850ettarphp bought tworyeaplcI n 1ienryfor1r5J11 IliJake1 milk cow NIP Se 35 Mort Cecil bongEfcti fin8 red Hereford calf froam lgeej Qhtteld Judge Day oPJo9 atttldiltwap- pe4allass to Poij A edifor a- yoke otctyleoitnl f XW forpeel a bay horse tQ iIn nt r a yoke of steer Feb 21 POEP Afew minutea4elay eating aome cases of CfAtlpu the length Ofitjn e4yik i1osjo for rouetheIberlains CbogUReineby iia the housaandtt irg i tion or c o pgiRettbi ip4tliiltedoae iFlI1pUeeSoi AML dO- A R Robinson bought a calf from Steve Roie for rSBO Btepheu ampJer19Ihough here An route tosleliCiigJbpeutly J B Elkins lost aluytVcvitebuib elsrotjfinejitwtnipj cojor njghi last weeks IwBbWbeendieeoiRewba Jer Harlan Tirjpbje horse Old Rod came very near dying but jffas bteaght to by Jt Kik Sam pleGoreGoreb411g4l naRaRlr that 110WortA wedding camo off Tfrnr day atAUBrRobjnion8 VirMill and Mikai Maple Rohinaaai were arr ne CentiMjiS 8 jffife officiating the v JJuake he Q1At tern atS S 11 1e s Feb 21 JRJJJ Do jon know that croup can bo prevented GIve 6b afeerlaiB CcBgh RiMiipfly jtBUdiftnaoiaf the phildjbicpniBBfeaaritf tfafter Jft8pPy J1AA end it- W1 pFeyent fDea1 9k ILLalia certair4 care for croupsana lea h1lJYtdealersi11ytSl Mf1ay taq1 lrrvsI There are too Iaan giret today who marry for atfWwon home a life of eapg i U iflove r4- ri 5 itiil i tH THE HERALD 11 I Enteredatthe Player Greiu i oOiceaeoondclamIlUr l I 1i i1 i k I SPENCER COOPER Editor I j tr lHAZELTHURSDAY Feb 24 1910L WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY I DAVID It WOLFE KrnwisK CIRCUIT JudgeCOURTII Tuos C JOHNSON J tC UNDO Clerk j Meets third Manila in January firsttlI II i i llteUl11berI j WOLFE COUNTY COURT AV R DOFF Judge AtturneyROBERT Meets first Monday in each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURTII Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS 1 i District J o 1 RoberJ Rnseuird Friday in March June epleumer mid Deceit ber Frijdayi j day in February May August and No vember District No 4Uli1 Siirnwr first FridaI I I in March May August and District No 5 Pretdi Ilollon oeUiberI I day cember in March June District 061 W Combs third Frida inFebruaryi May AUKUNI and November District No 7 Shilcih Swan fourth Fri day in March June September and n- Y camber District No SJohn H Childcrs first Ftii A day in February May August and No vember COUNTY OFFICIALS sbtritllJl J CB UTTLK Jaileri SuperintendentESurveyorJ It is a true sayhiE that a single bill paid promptly may be the l moans of half a dozen people nlee ing their obligations This is only a gentle hint to many of our subscribers who are in arrears Pay us BO we can pay others Wo M eST have money The editor of the Morgan counII ty News announced last I the paper would be suspended In lieu thereof a company hits beet formedwhich will install a new plant and begin the publication of a new paper to be called the Lick jog Valley Courier i Meat IB surely high in price at n Virginia town where a boy enteredI a store and asked for n dime e worth of steak The butcher took the dime and told the boy to g j behind the counter and emoll the meat block then eo home and tellI folks of the delightful odor as that l Was all the ten cents WI old buy A Kausae City paper says till J cause of hard times and high prices is that We throwaway ashes and buy soap we raise dogsof and buy hogs j we grow weeds and buy vegetables j wo catch fish with a 4 rod we build schoolhouses and fieud our children to be ed sated away from homo j we Bendj our boys oufc with a 40 gun and a 4 10 dog to hnn 10 cent game Members of congress may deII i mand that Robert K Peary exhib n I genrr d iii al and the Vhmksof congress One I ii of the leaHers in the House said he was opp bsed to accepting the proof- of I 4 Peltrys claim merely becauset the Rational Geographical Society t ofwhich Perry is a member hadj t- f raid so but that it should be con- firmedI by other scientific budi the world Jof a One of the latest additions to I American literature to reach our I I exchange table is a neat well got 1j ten up fourcolumn fourpage pat t J per edIted and c A oiled by tho students of B attyville llegiatot r Institute entitled The J ptte The nitial number shows great care on the part of the young mayibecome great journalists of thafa d pre Itbepnbiishedrnontbley I u ITheTenth District 1The Lexington Herald has tl following in regard to the political t situation in this district j IThe race for Congress in theI l Tooth District this fall will be a warm one and the Democrats al i j going aft r the Republican nom i iIj nee without gloves Whether Coni cnndldato notIj strong as he was two yours ago mioS1Hecounty organizations in countics it is claimed mlluyjj lost maul supporters If he is cirIeuitthl1tIJItII IIIO1Iii- I I the Republican rooks und areII looking around for a strong ii date Several gentlemen are men lioued but the name must fre fluently heard in connection with the Democratic nomination is the itt alprolllilHlIi Winchester He is being boomed1 I fur the race and his many friends j say that if Langley is renonnna ted by the Republicans that Stev fiismi can defeat him 1500 votes in Clark eonntrv MEANING OF CENSUS TERMSJ The Bureaus Instructions ConI cerning a Dwelling House Ianda Family IThp diciiil1 definitionst of ttlh- trlll 1H dwelling hr url+ uud finn tlywith reference to tits pnpul latioii scludule tto carried by tin mi monitors iin the L in ted States Census beginning April 15th next are explained i t the Coiisns Iiir+ uuH lengthy piint d instructioLB to the canvassers It is pointed out that tho answers i should relate only to conditions existing on April 15th the Ceps Day The words dwelling h use an family urn for census purposes I giveni n mush wider application than they have in ordinary speech I plutc s sleepItl mon meaning f the word but may bo for example a room in a factory store or office building loft over a stable a canal boat tent or a wigwam The term al lodgillg i moat house an institution orII I schooll building if persons Peg larly sleep there as well as the ordinary dwelling house A family as the census term may mean u group of individualsl who occupy jointl f dwelling place or part of a dwelling place or anI individual living alone in any place of abode All the occupants aud I employees of a hotel if they regu sillglufllmilydwelling place and persons ltvu ulnae in cabins huts or teat persons occupying a room or rooms in public buildings stres vvare houses factories or stables j and persons sleeping fn rivers canal boats targes etc if they have other usual place of abode are r gurded us families Tha enumerators are required to outer on tho schedule the na every person whose usual plu cAofabode on April 15 1910It athewith the fatally or in the dwellit jplace for which the enumeration is being made The head of the thuu the wife next the children whether suns or daughters iu the order of their ages and lastly all other w i familyhetherers or servants Tho head of t family whether husband or fatherII widow or unmarried person of 1 eithr sex is to be designated the word hoodandj the nth members of a family aa wife fath er mother son daughter grand sunsniece boarder lodger servant etc according to the particular rail tiouehid which the person beats toInthe head of the family a caHalleys Comet on the Way In a fAw weeks Halleys comet will make its appearalce in the western sky It will be an object of great interest and promises 1j be u magnificent spectacle TL Circle an astronomical publica from the pen of Waldemar KamiptTert which will be of in toreRtIIIlalleyecometr is c reel f It Unshed upon the world in 210 B Ct during the Punic war of twentythree years duration iin to which Rowe triumphed over Carthage In GO A D it blazed om noualy over the city of Jerusalem besieged tby Titos aud seemed to J fot E4i F i 1 V Ctj presage the full of the Holy City toIt was a witness of tho Roman empires reorganization at the hands of Diocletian in 295 A D and its partition in 874 by Vole tinitm and Valens AI tHIn solfF styled Sc urge of God was start rejltd hy it in 151 just before th- i bloody battle at Chalons in trbi hr was beaten and which was thot ilast greut victory of Imperial Rome The Saxon invaders England saw it like a grout bow of light in the nightly sky when + iin 5oO they founded their king dums in Midlesex and Essex an imade London a capitol I I When VilIwm the Conquerr- foughtI the famous battle of llus iings in KKJO and rwhicrd I uglat j I tu Norman subjection it is raper t ed perhaps mistakenly to have ii I been pqua to the full moron in sizeI with a tail of alarming length irpl1PWllrelOUCP more in 1801 when p1J1ulII I Llii spiritual supremacy of tho church In 1452 the Turks beheld it like great fiery scimitar held in the inv IS ithin hand of Allan and according IIly regard d it as an omen of tht iMohammedan triumph which bo gUll with the ful of Constantino J pie timid which at one time threat Hued to destroy all When it returned in 15U the mo imentotis English reformation WitS thllskvi I 40071 and thus marked the birth a treat republic Both peare und jalileo must have soon it at that time On its next ro turn in 1082 Louis XIV was Kin of France tngigetlas usual in wn with mieas loiter ref 1759 t hf wnmlerful 111 r orttIii r ueven yeHrs wur of Ki tiisli hi j i harl1ilgrI victory when Ilawke came suilI ing out of the west Ahetiov r IIhus flared up the world has bee 111 a turmoil iPlanti Fruit Trees plantingsof fruit trees is alnmtt lure burstJforth into leaf before you site opportuuIIityitI I ucatd for life and ned starting off in the best manner possible Si them with a lean toward the sent orsouth est for the sunlnlurttitl will straihten them within a year struiglatho winds will push them toward 11the north which is a bad posture di1 alsotAlternate freezing and thawinz ituthe tree sot in the fall and par groundFor early spring look after your tre eg planted the past fallanti puck the dirt firmly about any thatI may be loosened CASTOR I A for Infants and Children asThe Kind You Have Always BougVI Seats the Signature ofkJ StangeThe Indianapolis Id1owsprints that a farmer of Salem N lootmo1I etcher sari olVered thorn for sale i price was quickly agreed on and I I aig9 Ifo this the butcher agreed and af ter the weight had been taken the desired pars of the lug were cut offand handed to the farmer who asked for the balance coming to him After figuring a moment owehome to 1 Pay it The butcher hi d bought the ho chargeby 1 partero he reserved In effect the farmer had spade the butcher a pres nt of I two hogs anti had thou paid him 285 for certain parts of them i Breathitt Not In It New Yolk city the events of day startles one to think of them Every 40 seconds an immigrantt i is arrives every 3 minutes one is arjt rested every G minutes a child iis- bhrn every 7 minutes there is a couplfya- new e business firm starts up every 48 minutes a ship leaves the har bor every 51 minutes a new bUIld l hig h erected every 5 minues wger train arrives from some jpoint outside the city limit ever If hours some one is killed by nc Icident every 7 hours some fail i business every 8 hours an attempt kill some one ia made every 8 I eyiJ i i i imurderedI i I A Warning to Tresspassers Len C Pace the widely known i breeder of Shetland Ircu 11tcarnm Lexington has iissued thlirFIves apt respect le time ago time hunters who had dis thhj j I gate trees e tublishm nt ven arnstnl by the intofcounty court county judge then turned the men looseII with an admonition ut to go up ugnin1IId isIplG a proplftylIhiredlorquirrrllsr yentSincebeen much annoyed by trespass iutji judge there is no course left for him except to protect his own stock and prouerty from such damage Last week he caused the follow Loxillgtoltap apersNoticeThu county court hav froll1thunters and trespassers common 1luw giving ovary one u right to protect their lives und property rfspIlSiIt s- r ers to keep oil ot my farms and trust that all good lawaioing citizens will stand by me in tIlt proctection of my property Itfegllitsaltar to saying in so many words that somebody is likely to havej notgbejj j i Corrrget thai tin tuiin Ins II right ul n j I JHiiuther nuiiis prrt except with his CUMtit iinil that onewhoji g fd upon ainlliT nianV pCIr Ior tthII I owner is u trepHss r It is u mistake for the oflicers of the law nut to enforce the plain provisions of the statute It invariably lends to a disregard of the law and to buudDshed when men have to take tl1t 1Illw in their own haul instead of htcourts and the oflicrrs of the law to which they err fntitieil uucertuilhgdsRare UDPOrIIIR1IU I 1 utter for sale my reiderce consul injjuf +evenronin ctitt ge lnud lot andl rinlin and uubuilcltI Ollef the mint desirable location in Hazel Green Alw my bliicksmith and general reo jpair chop which iin supiricr in an thing tlf the kind iu the couiitry being fur tithed with a complete outfit of touts and tuck of nititerials and upplics also separatelyFurtnacliiueryVillsell l dtIreMarch 11 Hazel Green Ky dII IFARM FOR SALE I 1 Farm of 2CO acres more or less lying on rile waters of Lucy creek ffencedgood timber aud nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard over dwelling i j truant house For the next thirty days this farm will bo offered at al- bargain Possession given Januji ry 1 1910 For further particuj address ELLSWOKTH LACY R f R No 1 Rardin III DRESSMAKING tI i i Mrs F N DAY DressmuklllgEstablishment j fordwill be prepared to repair clean therebynew She solicits the patronage of the BatisfactlOnmanyfriendsrecognize the fact that she has had an experience of thirty years and amply able to meet all demands TR C H WILLIAMS PUYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his citttausandburraun7hnK runs afflictionOfficerD Rank DAYyI HOUSE- Hazel Green Ky 9ire top UAV IToprJetbr Best AtarJeby ga throughout andcpecial no cop odatiO s to tratelisag later J OJ k i e SPRn GWILL SOON BEflI and we are now closing out 5ourI Entire Winter Stock at r GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ttLadies Nco Underwear 25 and 39c1 HmO Fieece Lined 0 19C Oc i5u and 20c RihLons 25 20 and 15Cf 20pv2fie Rack Combs 20c- adt a Black Underskirts I 98J Y e Ladies Tailored Skirts 2 60 to 450 I adiesTailored Coats 360 to 760 lICblldreU8 Costa 125 to 350 j j50i Pictures 390 I r 390I200IIIj lI 90I0 jI These Prices During February Only i MAPEL TROY IIi1 1 t I IAZELGREENACADEMY I 3 t Mountain School of J Christian Womans Board of Missions j f f A J iaj ihALhilib 1IAI1G CniltL Ib Hertd which extiiiu tlJrdllglt tho Winttr ald Spring Terms t 1 SCHOOL EXPENSES I t II1 t1 i00ii Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you 4 FT further particulars address M Q CARTER j EYtIi CafeIj No 224 W Short Street 1E Kentuckyill GO TO Kash Johnson Kash tt DEALERS INtGeneral Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c I r HAZEL GREEN KY t FOR BARGAINS I k IN EVERYTHINGjj CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandis t 7t are now conducting a r CLEARANCE SALE f 7 which will continue UNTIL MARCH 1 1910 F at greatly reduced prices CALL AND SEE THEM I4I4- y 1 y oi c I u T T V ik r- w Does Not Color Hair I la f Ayers Hair Vigor as now j r made from our new improved formula does not train or color 4 the hair even to the slightest degree Gray hair white hair S1 f tblonde hair is not made a rtainlyrNotquesti r bout that P n re She color of Me lalrtlJ annul with asset btttla Show to yew i1 deafer iiers Ask sleet t- thendorhetya as Indeed we believe it will stop every case of falling hair unless there is some very 1 I greatlyIs should consult your physician Also ask him about the new Ayers Hair Vigor c lease 6y ho3ClrarCoLoweliIIa- wfi of HERALD 1 Olivr Kaoh of Landsaw visit ed relatives here recently ICharlieaj Settle of Bonneyille tn ffrolled at the academey Wednesday r A few more dollars paid in on fi subscriptions would keep the pot f b hug Arlie Cesiil and wife of Grassy a SaSuudayeCurt RUM of Lucy crnk made a liuoiiiess tup to this place first of the week I Miss Mattie Rose of Lee City came down Tuesday to bring her brother to school Frank Sample and wife of La cycreek were here Sunday to see the latters mother who is sick Have you hud lu grippe If not you hat better hurry and get some or be considered a back number Once Lng who moved to thi place lat full is preparing to go 11back to his farm at Salem next week u Granny Comix of Consolation whom we reported last weekas be a iug at the poiut of death is noI a bettertHogs For Sale R J McLin has 10 fine fat hogs for salethe nicest in the county Gallon him for further particulars County Attorney S G Sample of Campton passed through thia place Saturday on his way home it from Lee City where he had been businessil Children cry IFOR FLETCHERS j CASTORIA fUur n Franklin colored corn manly known as Dood came iin town Monday from Ashland whens his lather moved about three years ago If you wish to invest in some of the most desirable property in Hazel i t Green dont fail to attend th I sale of town lots by John M Rosei Saturday March 5 Rev Rngan failed to fill hi- o regular appointment at the M E I church Sunday on account of the severe sickness of his mother who lives in Jessamine county Rev Harlan McClure of o town left Tuesday morning for ithe Big Sandy neighborhood to hold a series of meetings We di 1 not learn how long he would hold r f In sending in subscription for THE HERALD E C Kash states f that he has been elected cashier of R the Provident States Bank at Goldenrod Texas at a salary of R t 100 per mouth Mr Frank JO neon of Lacy hitcreek who was Mrought to the home of her BOO nlaw Porter Lacy for medical treatment has been moved to the home of her- eonI Willie Johnson She is still s in a critical condition TIlE HERALD will soon adopt a new plan We have quite a nut ber ol delis quent subscribers auar beginning with April eery tin 8I M1a delinquent is mention in th Columns the name will be invert rfd like this joqu SWJ13 f t I Somewhat of a Blizzari bfoganIltstd Thursday with a heavy sleet caused much damage to trees and ii- I great deal of distress to stock and mankind The people of Ha zel Green who use gas fur heating inconIveniencedI pupplyI Fridaybmorning and those who re sorted to coal as a subterfuge Af ar ranch investigation it was found the main pipe leading to town had become frozen but was soons thawed out and the gas supply is I good as ever Gone to Cincinnati Miss Falay Long is now in Cin cinnati attending the millinery openings and studying the styles the coming season She willt remain a month probably in the employ of the Samuel Ach Co wholesale milliners the best intCincinnati Miss Long is planning for a greater season in milli l nery than ever before L dies wait anxiously for her return for then she will be prepared to des your head with a crowning trio umph Change of Location Parker Kas Feb 1610 pencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir At mothers requst I Ole Dollar b pay up her subscript ii to THE HERALD I1lsoI change the address tu lobby Okla have a position there as foreman on a ranch and will start for that place t morrow We will be 3 miles from railroad but will b- on e stage or hack line We all en joy reading THE HERALD very much Yours truly SCOTT LACY Things Have Changed In our day we have beard many men swear by the Godseternal to subs scription which WaS due us bu not lougor ago than yesterday one of the real gentlemen of Kentuck d dropped in and unsolicited pal up his arrearages and a year in advanceandtheotipptdthebunch on the side On the strength of hat timely tip we are going to try aud make an extra splash this week and then all go out and have a time Educational Notice The subdistrict trustees and pa trons of Wolfe county schools ar hereby notified that the Wolfe county Board of Education will hold their meeting in the County Superintendents office in the town of Campton March 3 and 4 1910i for the purpose of making all changes needed in boundaries of subdistricts in said county Yours respectfully aJoW TAULBEECo Liberal Terns I am representing tho largest retail clothiers in the world and- e am prepared to dress smart men in the most fascinating manner i ill the latest popular style and on easy payments 5Ihave just received an excellent line of Samples for the Spring and Summer seasons which will int elude an extended and elaborate variety of colors- r Call on or write and I will see you at the earliest date BtiRXB ELAM Agent- d Box 31 Hazel Green Ky 1James Edward infant son of X11 and Mrs Wm L Day of Bethell died at that place yesterday mornl lug The funeral will bo held at the home in Bethel this morning and burial at 3 oclock this after noon in Machpelah cemetery this city with services by Rev W B Trimble Mt Sterling Gazette 17th The time is fast approaching when the season for Horse and Jack bills will bo in demand ItE HER job department is ell equipped for this class work and owners of such stock w JTdo well to consult us before got 35 elsewhere I Clifford Nickell and Veruie Clark were guests at the Cecil House teat l iGNda nihtL F JCharlesWe are glad to see him P P Daniel is sick at this writ ing with something like la grippe i IVAvisiting his sister Malvery here I o at this writing I IThe II B girls rendered their Tuesdayight I of eat I Several visited homefoks from Tuesdaybelle schoolMarion bythebFridaythe Hurst schoolhouse on Still waterwThose who ate at Miss Millers table enjoyed a holiday social in the Sarah K Yancey Howe Toes day February 22 The hours were j from 2 until1 5 j The writer is proud of the fact hat today February 22 he has reached the 20th milepost of hIs life and hopes to emulate the xtample of him whose anniversary ia celebrated by all true and liber namelyki George Wahington J 8 T John R Bays St Louis Ollin McKHnzie West Liberty and Cror don Eversole Louieville were at the Day House first of the week The publishers of certain maga iHs which are designed to make i man content d with a vegetable t diet will probably reap a rich ha- lvest now that the meat boycott is on 0A copy of the Moody Texas Times received at this office brings the news that W J Gillmore a j former resident of Wolfe countyI has been reappointed postmaster at that pnccIMilkmen at Elmendjrf farm near Lexington struck Tuesday for an increase to 30 per month refusedt J Fourteen of the men were from placesdI Mrs Jane Buchanan SO years ofage died at her home near Campton last Friday and was buried in the Tutt graveyard Sun day She was one of the first settlers of this county and leaves two sons and three daughters Dont throw away and abandon your granite wnameled or parse- e lain lined cooking utensils or dish pans just because there is a small hole in them Bring them to THE HERALD office suet see how neatly and cheaply they can be made good as new Mrs Rilda Day returned from Bethel where she had been at the bedside of her little grandson James Edward a son of Willie L Day The child died Wednesday morning and was buried in Mach pelah cemetery at Mt Sterling Thursday afternoon While it is often impossible t prevent an accident it is impossible to be preparedit IB not beyond any ones purse In vest 25 cents in a bottle of Cham berlains Liniment and you are prepared for sprains bruises andl like injuries Sold by all dealers velye are under obligations to J Richmond Debush a former Ha zel Green boy for a late copy of the Sentinel Okla Leader Fro it we learn that the infant childl rof Kelly Debuek which has been seriously ill for some time had so far recovered as to be out of den ger Some people think it a mystery- n that notwithstanding good advice their bye grow up to be wild an recklsss young men If these Loy were taught from infancy that home was the proper place fo them after dark rather than prowl ing around the streets annoying well and sick people alike much of this mystery might be explain 11lad and young men with better moral character and more intellil I resultIl B in a boy that prowls the streets night even if bo doe go to San jrallool I KERNELS Carefully Collated ui Concisely Chronicled- The local option election in Xichnaa last week resulted in a victory lur the wets The town had been local lion since 190G j Editor Gbappell of the Hyden Tbous and Sticks is advertising for sale twenty five acres of land on Devil Jump branch Hell tot artinsreek Nice location IThe Christian church at Junction City was robbed one night last week thieves carried away the stove all TtJtII coal in the cellar and the wine used communion services Mrs James Hunt aged 67 years wax urned to death while sitting before an open grate in her home in Danville She was a paralytic and alone in the house hen her clothes caught fire Diphtheria is reported to be raging in an epidemic form in the Sharpsburg neighborhood in Bath county and public schools have clotted Public gather ings generally are poorly attended Deputy Marshal Mays returned to Lexington last week after a raid on moonshiners severing a great part of mountain section in which two sills were destroyed and three moonshiners arrestedOn creek in Breathitt county about four miles from Jackson a large overhanging rock fell from the she of a mountain blockading the wagon road and filling up the creek Clay WadkiDs missed being caught under it by only twenty feet W N FitztiibbouH arrested last week in Lexington fur robbing the offices in three buildings confessed hid guilt Mud I says he has followed the business in near y every large city from Canada to Mexi I co and from the Atlantic to the Pacific j ullinga small typewriter screw driver to open desk drawer William Turyi a young Bath county farmer treed some squirrels about twoP weeks since and in order to get them cut down the tree One of the limbs struck him before he could get out of the way and broke his leg in two plates Ampu I ration was necessary and lie died from E the effects J Owing to the illness of one of the O grand jurors iu Nicholas county it was necessary to appoint another juryman J andreempanel them Judge Fryer re F charged tbe jury laying special stress J Ion tbe murder of Hiram Hedges a year A ago by night rideis In consequence an v indictment was found against Robert Barr Jr as being one of the parties A special federal grand jury was em = paneledat Covington last week to inves tigate tbe doings of the Burley TobaOco t Society and found indictments against twelve prominent Grant county citizens i for interfering with interstate commerce 11 and intimidating a shipper by prevent ing W T Osborne of Dry Ridge from 0 sending four hogsheads of tobacco to the Q Cincinnati market a year ago Mrs George Jackson of Greenup was 0 severely but not dangerously burned last week as the result rf an epileptic fit fa She was standing before an open grate A when taken and fell into the fire Thedl right side of her face her right hand and Iarm and the hair on the right side of her head were badly burned This is Ithe second time Mrs Jackson has been C burned as the result of a faint 6t Caleb Stone aged about 74 years for ty mer Kentucky feudist with a record of thirtythree murders having repeatedly fought John Wright another feudist ift and his lieutenants and on one occasion i inoi deadtin bed last week from heart failure at his home near Bis Stone Gap Va where v he had lived quietly for several years l Some boys in Paris while coasting last t Saturday found the body of a roan en ift lcased in snow and ice Upon investiga tion it proved to be that of Mason Tal bott who was last seen Thursday It iisI supposed that he became bewildered 1In othe blizzard and succumbed to the cold He fell at a point where thq snow tomdug out with pick and shovel He was 35 years old and unmarried The Winchester Pemocrat has the following to say abcut its neighbor on the- o west Noel people know that Lexing ton has rather an unsavory reputation abroad but we hardly thought it was as bad as that glass by a family from the mountains who recently decided to move 1to that city Thee night before leavings their mountain home a member of the household was heard to wind up her- r prayer by saying And now goodbye Lord we are going to live in Lexington DONT GET RUN DOWN Weak and miserable If you have kidney or bladder trouble dull head pains dlUl new nervoninews pain is the basc and feel tired all over sets package of Mother pleasanttherbcure never testimonials from grateful people who have used this wonderful remedy As a reijala ttor it bai no equal Ask for Mother Grays byYJI ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT Aieetalit DlIJ slmllalirlgtlIE XxI BlReg t4gUaSlt st9stiRdBo lsd BroraotesIHgesllonJQarfi nessand Hest ontSnjiKite OpiuirLMorptuiK norHHeri rioT NARCOTIC fOltl IJJlAUltUk IiII wrIhsi HftyEHO tifffBK Aperfect Remedy forCdnsSptl HonSourStoBaduDfarrtea WormscCJMJlsi tnessttdLossorSLEEP 1IcSiBiIe SisaLre t NEW YORK Fooiantes to er Eruct Copy or wrapper CASIORIA Infants and Ohildrem The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof to- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Capital Stock Paid In Cash 1500Q 00 after paying 37o semiannual dividend 1200 00 Individual Responsibility 15000 00 Total S312M 00 The Following iii a lUt of Stockholder Who and Control K Cecil fnrmtr lineal Greens P Hon farmer Hazel Green- J U Klkiiis farmer lisle ILA Kadi farmer Gillmore W Cecil farmer Hazel Green lien Murphy farmer Hazel tireen- J S Iieratt farmer Hazel Green- S Kittcnhouse mine owner Hazel Green M Phillips farmer Hazel Green M Cecil farmer Hazel Green W Cecil fanner Ml Sterling Holliuaii inMirnnce Mt Sterlingr L Hurst lawyer Caiuutou For nu ca y Ye tIIn In Own let II E Oney lumber mfr Rose Fork i Mrs Susan A Campbell Hazel Green I M S Campbell Hazel Green j F Wilson stock dealer Daytboro F H Smith banker New Castle Mrs Mary E Smith NeW Castle T M Lee farmer Hazel Green- C S Sample farmer Hazel Green r It lit Patton Hazel Green- J T Whaley carpenter Hazel Green E J RiUenbou hazel Green Mm T M Lee Hazel Green Miss bile M Evans Swords Creek Va E F 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UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several flue Collins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE v 060000 I Baftfs i Prtst ier- f Paid Up Capital j 810000000 Undivided Profits 17oOOOOO handsome Deposit of j j over 850000000 This bank solicits the accounts ol merchants farmers traders and bus X iness men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom x era everT facIlity and the most liberal I terms within the limits of legitimate ibanking loct2ly W Permanent and Quick Curer No Bad After Effects Our Terms are- Reasonable Every Patient is Our Guest Our No Barred Doors or Windows RecuperauH = d DRUG HABIT GROWING Estimated Seven Million People in the United States are Slaves to Morphine and Other I Drug Habits l Western Trade Journal It has been fully denioustrntod that drunkenness either from liquor opium morphine or cocaine habits is u disease tor excessive I use of either brings about drunk enness in some form and being a disease should be treated an such and treated scientifically and understandingly for we have far too many socalled cures that have proven more fatal than the disease What we need is a cure that cures and Jeeves the patient as strong and vigorous in mind and body as he wits beforo he became afflicted and enables him to real ize like Richard that he is him self again In this connection we regret to say that tho treat ment of these habits has become a speculation There are branch institution scattered far and near in most instances in charge of in experienced men who know no more of the disease and the rem edy employed than the most extant Aborigines The history and character of the alleged cure of the drug and liquor habit is familia to hundreds of sufferers all oyer the land and needs no further reference here The man or woman who is chain ed in bondage by the morphine cocaine opium or liquor habits deserves the sympathy of all The habit is attained from various causes and before the unfortu nates are aware of it they are bound in chains of iron which they can never break So it is with injustice if not inhumanity that some look upon the victims of these habits with reproachas- well as impute wrung to a poor unfortunate who has stumbled and fallen in front of a passing train Now a word in relation to cure of these unfortunates for as we said in the beginning tlinre is no longer any question that morphine cocaine opium and liquor habits are a disease and should be so treated Reference is had in this connection to the Hord Sanitari um the justly famous treatment specialized atShplbyville1 Indiana where is supplied tho only specific and harmless cure for those ad dicted to the use c f morphine cocaine opium and liquor habits and wiil cure the worst cased no matter how long standing or severe the case may lethe management I is so positive they can cure the worst cases of above mentioned habits that they ask no pny until satisfied that you are cured they have the only know formula that absolutely destroys the desire and craviug without injury to the body This treatment is an antidote We desire to call your attention to our Sanitarium treatment for the cure of Wbiekey Morphine Opium Cocaine and all drug habits We send out no Home Cures None of them are a rucms Every one must come to our Sanitarium where we ate specially prepared to handle this dare of difcasep and where we hypnotic and an eliminator ItI leaves the patient in perfect health strengthened both mentally and- II physically Every one must go to their sanitarium i This treatment has stood the- ii i practical tests of curing the most hopeless cases as the testimonials I from those curod by this abundantly prove It istreatmentII j invigorating This cure entJrojrange wondorfullcureB thoroughly that they never desire to return to their old habits Ignorance can do as much hurmII with liquor or drug remedies can with mercury or arsenic Tho Hord Sanitarium is an institution ot high standing that has been curing drunkenness and otner hab its for years and can cure any cape no matter how long standing or how much used Insteadof being simply a specific this cure IB generic in character it removes the cause from which arises the morphine cocaine opium and liq uor habit It has cured every case of functional n rve disorder to which it has been applied The patient becomes a new person un der this treatment When dis charged his head does not feel like a buzz saw in it on the contrary ho is rejuvenated and restored physically and mentally and his mind is clear and natural no bad effects following This method of treatment has bronght health I poacH and happiness to patients ever since its introduction and has a record of positive cures nut enjoyed by any like institution in the laud L J Hord is manager j of the Sanitarium Wont Need a Crutch When Editor J P Sossman of lOorneliue N C bruised his leg badly it started an ugly sore Many salve and ointments proved j worthless Then Buckleus Arni I Ica Salve healed it thoroughly I Nothing is so prompt and sure for ulcers boils burns bruises cuter coins sores pimples eczema or piles 25c at all dealers Values of Trees I Every land owner should inform himself on the value of trees If I he has a plat of ground on which is growing timber not mature and the soil ib not assuredly more valuable j for something else this tim her should be cared for and the land managed so that it will pro i vido a pustule also Once our far more appreciate tho asset that a good tree is now and the greater it will become they will plant trws in every nook and corner where it will pay better than to have idle land and the socalled j I waste places on the farm II u I I NO CURE guarantee a perfect run in every case within ten days to weeks for the liquor habit and for the drug habit two to three weds i attendant and not exact one con pcnratiun until the patient is cured and ready to return home We do not send our patients home a pliysical wreck with a socalled tonic to build them lipWhen TOU leave our Sanitarium know you are cured for you are perfectly free from all craving we cure you costs you nothing so you see you have to gain and nothing to llose- r A i= NO PAY I I Womarfs Friend Jw1 Nearly all women suffer at times from f kW ailments Some women suffer more acutely youlittley11t1sshould take Wine of Cardui and get relief + Cardui is a safe natural medicine for womel prepared scientifically from harmless vegetable Jgredieuts It acts easily on the female organs a 3 gives strength and tone to the whole system w- y pa a- f I 4- to The Womans Tonic x ilrs Yerna Wallace of Sanger Tex tried Carduis Carlui has done more for me than I can T t was taken with female inflammation and consulted thrno avail so i took Cardui and inside of three my housework Since then my trouble has never a AT ALL DRUG STQRES l k ot THE H KRISH COMPANY 1JuC Catlettsburg Kentucky r v WHOLESALE Dry Qoodft and NotioOf Alvays in stock a well sleccd HM Orders filled profptfy ail wl iwi i A I Letter Heads 1 IIIr 1iI I I i aweiopesailt I lj- I Cards Anything and everythingYI way of highgrade commerdal i printing Oar assortment tf type is complete our facili ties of the best and our workmenII iiJtrue typographical artists This I 11 tells all the story of our faci1itieaI a for doing job printing ofthe right Cards 1 kind at the rijhtpxkes Envelopes 1ri- a r Bill HedstStatements LetterLeads j t IAI uu i j Ve Give a Positive Guaranteed Cure for Liquor jMorphine Cocaine Chloral and All Drug Habits t tJJ Treatmentis two howlongLiquoraddictionroom and cent you homewhatevereverything describe retxirna je1lI Trained ExcellentTAble Well Furnished and WeUtYe iiajd Rooms I t Our Sanitarium is the finest in the State and ladiesbee not hesitate about coming to us as they are attended by aliJjanrse and they will be shown nothing but the moatmnatagtatid pourlteous attention We refer you to the Farmers National Bank ndny bedeJrufesiullal wftfiaglace r UotiaIf satisfaction you are before seekins cure without suffering and one that is guaranteed to your entirer clMerfullvwe cannot dp R tat t we claim sathfactjonIf fi wouldItppreciate letter from TOU Remember our Sanitarium is private and confidentialt JWriteyour case as nearly aa poeaible it Yours very truly HORD SANITARIUM SHELBYVILLE IND ty t 1 r d J- ii Nurse- sEineSece J i t i l a The 1 Wkst 0 LinteraM rag i bil6 are 0uei Wftk Asteahikinld Gw i 9