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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr C t kI 1 HE AZEL REEN HERALD f 1EtabliahedMarch41885 Made Famoualn the Sto17 ofJon8than8nd His ContiDentby Max ORell 0 fit pRUerend Yano = Tile Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated aid Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains1 100 a Year in Advance 1 coc 1TWENTYFIFTH YEARHAZEL1 GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 3 1910 NUMBER 86 1 11MII on and Eastern Railway i T4te Table In Effect June 21 1908 11WESTBOUND l Nol 1 1Nu3 r o6 J ciTtONS lOailyex Datlyand Sunday Sunday Sunday only iAMIve PMLve Ai1LveJ- aeUon 6 lU am 2 2U pn 7W am- i M 6 15 put 2 25 pm law am oKJI1Det Jc 7 IIi am a 20 pm 754 aw toIeUTe 7 3l111w 3 41 pm H1511w rrreDLM Bridge 45 am 3 lIti pm S ti um- I Nat JD 7 48 am I 57 pn 88 am Ctptof 8 15 aw 46 pm lSfH um A0 I 8 25 am I 4 35 pm 902 amala CitytIll W am 5 U7 f LtgJnno 9 pin IU1amI- piacbeater 9 12 am 5 20 ar 9 55 am j 05 pm JOzr um Lei EAST BOUND v No4No2 STATIONS = Daily and Dalldu S Sunday 1 Lyeg0 20 813amsapmOWlucbeuery Ltl 8 26 pm 143 pm City 40 I U2 lAmClayS 50 pa 40 S8nonI144 9 10 am S 55 pm 44 Juntn 9 38 pmCampton430 pm Nat hinge 57 9 43 am 4 3S pm 57 Torrent 62 9 56 am 447 pm 62 BeattyveJC 70 10 17 am 610 pm 7 901115 am e3jlm0KJuncntI Jackson 94 1120 sm e 10 pm 9 CONNECTIONS EJJUMTlO118I S Nos landL make with the C A OKywill 1iDgFKe Stefor Cyyrgol JQNC1oNTrains Nos 1 2 the Mountain Central Sad 4 connect with ST for Pine Ridge and Campton BLrrYYLLE IrscriON Irams ho 2 111 make connection ut BeattyvilleJune with the L and A Railway for passenger Iud rom Beattyvi- lleOAKJncrtoaTrains 1 Noe 3 and 4 toned with the O K Railway for loo- atatlons al on the 08 K Railway W A MCDOWELL Ueneral Manager OILUlJ5COTTUen1asl Agent f I ia1Ime nmBaiiway Table May 21 I9O5 h i WEST BOUND Ko33 12 SI No21 ayssaePKAu 0 27 PlIABB 50 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19- S 4S 13 Lee City 13 12 13 405 20 Hampton 11 11 51 Wilhunt 6 11 44 t S 62 22 r 310 270KJunction 0 11 15 300 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND k 81134 I tq No 22 STATIONS B Dally exDilly ex A k SundayyA1lLTLPlILvEI 710 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 733 21 lIelechwa 6 117 7 45 19 Lee City 11 123 6 U 13 Hampton 13 1 + 4 8 S7 10 Wilhuret 20 1 51 925 rib K Junction 22 2 25 i i30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 1 A Hoi21 and 22 will make close connectioi 404K Junction with NOl 3 and 4 for phis on the Lexington and Eastern Rail t jr y M L CONLEY I r Superiutendea lt rMaty Wiai RaiIDadd lo 1 No 2- DfAYT I ARRIVE I 800 a mCampton1130 a 200 pmCampton 600 p jNo2 No1 j 1MIVE DEPART 780amCampn JnnclO05am 380pmCampn Juno 440pm t f The Mountain Central makes wnection with all L E pa ttnger trains f B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKERI 11 r t CAMPTON KY FORMS the citizens of Wolfe andI F7 the adjoining counties that becarri es J PKkeof Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes d eveqtbing necessary to put away I styleISrSpedal supplied on- learn 24 notice finest made if ordered 1 1r Teares and hacks urniahed funerals Ilaocan fill orders for tombstones c- ttI SEWELL C RUSE 1vH Notary Public I STILLWATER KY5 T bi professional services to citizen f patronagefof ILa 9JIr1Ririt y v 1fl 0 0u r COUNTY NEWS generalinterest of our readers especi ir0r poallyclistant BURKHART- Mrs Dora Crase is very sick at this writing Rev W H Elam sold a horse Tube Robibus for 05 James Bach of Seitz was hero visiting relatives Sunday Billy Elam bought a work horse from Frank Lacy of Insko for 50 Kelson Risner bought a mule from I His Phipps of Insko for 150 Laborn Lykina and Tames Nick el1of Malone were here buying mules and cattle George and Marion Frisby of Canny were in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives- B Huff sold his farm to John DirHuff hhisMisses Clemma and Rowena Crase and brother Join Henry visited relatives in Breathitt from atuntil Sunday Feb 28 NAT Saved a Soldiers Life of Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more agreeable to J A Stone of Kemp i Tex than facing it trom what doctors said was consumption Iocontracted stubborn cold he it writes that developed a cough that stuck to me in spite of all remedies for years My weight ran down to 1150 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discov- dry which completely curedme bow weigh 178 pounds For coughs colds la grippe asthma hemorrhage hoarseness croup whooping cough and lung trouble its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers CAMPTON t The school at this place is pro greasing nicely Capt S B Smith went to Jackson on legal business Mrs B F Thomas who ha been quite ill for several days iis somewhat better Fred Thinks who has been at Winchester the past two mouths visited home folks recently A quilt tanking and candy pull ing came off at the home of Mrs RLCarroll last Wednesday night Those present were Misses Grace Smith Stella Manker Lida Byrd 1 Nola McClure Mazie Booth Lula Campbell Messrs Taylor Taul t beelR M Clark Leebern Allen Samp Cox Richmond Horton and Jackson Williams All say they had an enjoyable time Feb 27 SUNNYSIDE Stubborn as Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then theres trouble loss of appetite1 despondmenoy headache But such trouble E fly before Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best stomach as i liver remedy So easy 25o at all dealers CILLMOREeUncle Peter Little is very sink with la grippe Sam Haddix and wife are seriously ill with la grippe Maude Cecil visited her paten on Grassy the past week Howard Childera of Red river 1 moved to this place last week F C Ely and Angeline Ely went to Jackson Monday on business The writer was seriously ill during the past week which delaye- the news rm Mr harlie Elam ViII ited ihe letters parents Saturday and unday Martha Ely returned last ween from Oakdale where she had bee going to school- of Born to the wife of Harlan Lit itie a seven ponad girl DrJ jbann attend 1 o k t W 7 TO YOllritthanTnesdeymorningbfondapif I drtancewrite on one side of the paper only Quicksandlallthis future home Asbury Banks little child was seriously burned last week and is not expected to live Several from this place attended the social given by Crockett Rose and wife on Stillwater Saturday nightEsther Fridayfrom AndyPalmerJ L Tumblin moved to the Bob Little farm on Rush fork Mr DayTaylorSeveral were entertained at the familySaturdayNo1 Edison graphophone Logan Walters returned to his homo in Illinois last Tuesday He had been visiting his sister Pearlie Logan Lindons for some time bFebl An Awful Eruption is a Volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions i will be as short if you use Buckr lens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers r fever sores are sown healed by Best for burns cuts bruises sore lips chapped hands chilblains and piles It gives instant relief25c at all dealers CRASSY CREEK Mrs Joel Havens has been confined to her bed with fever Clarence Havens made a business trip to Caney Saturday- J C Havens sold to J H Day a hull weighing 1490 pounds at 3f cents a pound- K M Couch boys who have been attending H G A are visit ing homefolks Some of the boys went to a so cial on Long Branch Saturday night and report a nice times Les McClure who has been sick at H G A is able to be home again We are glad to fee him out Chester Ferguson and Miss Murt Peyton were married Thursday at It the home of the bride We wish ji them a long and happy life Clarence Havens Buford and ji Leslie McClure Hager Lykins and 1 Clinton Ferguson and Misses Vio la Howard Everlina Stamper andIj Minnie Day were pleasantly enterII tained at the home of Miss Nora Stamper Sunday Feb 28 YESBUD How Good News Spreads- I am 70 years old and travel most of the timp writes B F Tolson of Elizabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters because Iowe my excellent health and vitality everyEthe stomach regulate the kidney- d and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and wo men restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily joy Try them Only 500 Satisfaction is positively guaranteed by all dealI ers LEE CITY 8Miss Clara Wilson is visiting relatives at Hamj ton John Wilson went to Jackson Saturday on business- R M Elam went to Belknap a few days ago on business Wilhuredt the other day on business A Mr Adams of this place moved to Cannel City a few days agoMiles mi Bnrnhanu SaturdayHarrison Crase the Barkhaxt merchant was in town Saturday x u baweew John and Caleb Dunn visited relatives at Belknap part of last weekSteve Rose of Neola moved here last week tn make it his fu ure home IOliver Dunn and Courtney Taul of Belknap were here a few ays since on business The Hurt Bros are preparing to erect a large store house at this place in the near future Eli Allen left last week for Pitts burg Pa and will locate ther or at Ashland Ky to make his home Anna Lane who has been stay ing at the Patrick Hotel for the past month left for her home on Gillmonj Saturday Buster Tumblin and Miss Liz zie Patrick were married here 24th inst The bride was the daughter- of lIon K G Patrick Pres Patrick began teaching a singing school at the Saint church Saturday night and will continue for 12 successive nights Miss Emma Turner of Simpson who has been visiting her aunt Mrs G W Taylor for the past three weeks returned home a few dupe since Feb 28 SKIDOO Deafness Cannot be Cored by local application an they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused an inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian tube When this tube indamed you have a rumbling sound orI imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness cussed by catarrh that cannot he cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Semi for circular free F J CHENEY jr Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take HaUs Family Pills for c mutipation MAYTOW Farmers are preparing for their cropsMiss Maud Wilson spe t Sunday with Miss Lillie Dennis Charley Guilders has cc me home from the H G A to stay Miss Ruth Wills was a guest of Miss Grace Guilders Sun ay Courtney Dennis calle on Miss Stella Clark Sunday eve jug Bert Toliver and MrI Shoepeg were calling on our mere ants re centlyMrs Maggie McNabb and bro ther Robert Childers left Sunday for West Liberty R A Childers purchas d a farm in Montgomery county rom Mat Hackney for 5000 Those who are on the sick list this week are Mrs C I Dennis and Mrs Henry Murphy Rollie Murphy and wif of Ezel were guests of the tatters mother Mrs Linda Patrick over Sunday Miss Ella Little of Pomeroy ton was a guest of her brother J R Little of this place over Sun day and was accompanied home by her little nephew Clifford Aunt Peggy Bolin as we all call her is very sick at this writing She has been very feeble for a longtime and is gradually going down feelssorry for her and hope that eyery means will be used for her comfort that her last days may be her happiest ones Feb 28 BLACK EYES Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets invariably bring relief to women suffering from chronic constipation headache biliousness dizziness sallowness of the skin and dyspepsia Sold by all dealers MURPHY FORK Aunt Martha Murphy is no bet ter at this writing Dave Ross moved from the Beni Murphy place to that of Cecil Hurt Dave Pendleton moved fromi Hile Phillips to Dave Jacksons near Mijo- i Jim Yocum of Ezel sold a horse to Doc Motley for a cool one hundred dollars Tom Henry Craft of Menifee county moved into the Bob Pat Xenon property at Ezel JI Jh J F Hnvwns of Ezel has open j ed up a hig timber job and soon j runninginMrs Maud Ceciland little son Willie of Gillmore were guests nt the homo of her father W H Murphy Saturday and Sunday Rev Jim Yocum filled his ap pointment from Friday to Sunday at the Ben Murphy school house A large congregation hoard this pulpit orator Jim Perkins and wife of Red river and Miss Ethel Ceci of Consolation were guests of Mrs Lizze Cecil Sunday and took in the big meeting at this place Misses Emma May and Lonnie Nickell of H G A wpre on the creek Saturday and Sunday guests of Miss Ura Murphy and the three Pierutt beauties They also at tend d services at the Ron Murphy splendid Fob 2S POET Medicines that aid nature are always most successful Chamberlains Cough Remedy ants on this plan It loosens the cough re lieves the lungs opens the secre tions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by all dealers PEKIN Mrs A B Hale is on the sick list at this writing- S S Bishop bought a milkcow of Frank Cecil for 40 J J Carpenter sold a pair of mules to Miles Yocum for i350 Bud Little bought a yearling mule from J L Henry for 125 J H Ferguson bought a small farm from Kelly Ferguson paying 450 tor same Some of our Pekin boys attend ed church and singing at the Clay Murphy school house- A M Nickell and wife were the guests of her father A H Hale Saturday and Sunday Sol Little and wife and Dal Bishop and wife were guests of Sidney Bishop Sunday Shade Combs and Jack returned Wednesday from Virginia where they had been visiting relatives Green Henry who was paralyzed a few weeks ago is still very low and is thought to be in a danger ous condition Ches Rose formerly of Lower Longbranch has moved into the house with Frank Hughes and is now a resident of this place Mrs Jane Ambnrn who has been confined to her bed for the past two months from the effects of a fall is able to be up again The protracted meeting at the Carter school house conducted by the Hay brothers and Dr Geve don closed Sunday on account of sicknessEdna Ward Edna Hale Clem ma Ward Raleigh Carpenter Fin ley Ward and Bill Stamper attend ed church at Carter school house Sunday and took djnner with Miss Ada Henry Feb 26 CAP Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets are safe sure and reli able and have been praised by thousands of women who have been restored to health through their gentle aid and curative prop erties Sold by all dealer- sSANDFIELD Stella Catron spent Saturday night with Mallie McNabb- F P Clark and wife were guests of Rollie Clark and wife Sunday Mrs Jack Sally who has been on the sick list is able to be out againMaud McNabb and Nancy Cat ron spent Saturday with Miss Mat Lee Rose Andy Toliver of Grassy was a guest of his sister Mrs J B Mo Nabb Sunday Will Hollon and family visited Logan Murphy and wife over Sat urday and Sunday There will be Sunday school ev ery Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock Everybody invited Aunt Cinda Oakley whois liv ing at J B McNabbs has been very sick several days John Osborne of Menife was entertained by Miss Cordie Old field Saturday and Sftop t 4q IWillie Catron was seen going in the direction of Grassy Sunday Ve presume he is looking for a certain star Uncle Land McNabb was a guest at the home of George Weaver Uncle Land says he iin a candidate for matrimonyMrs Childers and Mrs Maggie McNabb and little son Eddwere guests at the home of J J Catron Saturday Felt 28 HILDRKD SELLARS Robert Tipton is working with Olio Nickell this winter Tom Rasnick started to Pike county Sunday on business visitingMrsMason Jones sold his farm to Jim Mize Nickell for 1400 Aunt Betsy Amyx was calling ou Mrs Mattie Nickell Friday verylowvisitinghernesday Misses Mollie and Minnie Skeins visited Mrs Mollie Wilson last SundayOllie Nickell went to Helechawa Saturday with a load of chickens and eggs Mrs Mollie Wilson spent a very pleasant evening at Mrs E Skeins SaturdayMrs Prater is visiting her daughter Mrs George Taulbee at Cannel City Mr Baird of Lexington was in this section looking at some timber Wednesday David Cox sold his gasoline mill to W M Haney who willmove- it away Wednesday Mrs Squire Nickel who has very low for some time is reported to be somewhat better Miss Julia Skeins who has been at Hazel Green for some time was visiting home folks Saturday and SundayIda Netty Phippr Boone Collinsworth Tom Rich ardson and Seldon Collinsworth PhippsSunday Feb 28 ROSE W W Phipps has been quite ill with la grippe Mrs E J Long visited her sis ter Mrs Mary Phipps Sunday Miss Aquilla Nickell of Oklahoma is visiting friends and relat- Ives on Grassy Thomas Richardson of Cincin nati is visiting his sister Mrs Maggie Osborne McGarvey Harper Pres Taulbee and Harrison Nickell left last week for Charleston Ill John Caudill of Cannel City familySaturday Osce Long who moved to Hazel Green in the fall has returned to his farm near Salem Mrs Ella Nickell who has been quite low with rheumatism is reported somewhat better Mrs Katherine Powell and little daughter Ernestine have been quite ill but are improving Holly Osborne opened a fine coal bank on his farm the other day measuring 41 incnes Holly says he is as close to Cannel City as he wants to be Feb 28 BlJAH A Stitch ii Tie Etc The time for spring work will soon be upon us when farmers will be rushed and will have but little spare time During these days of enforced idleness when mud and snow prevent more active work is a good time to get ready The gear and harness should be gone over and mended farming uten sili should be looked over nuts tightened and missing bolts replaced If new plow points are needed they should be procured now A good coat ot paint will add both to the looks and lasting qualities of many tools andshould not be forgotten Chicken coop may be put together grape vines and fruit trees trimmed and roach other work be done now instead oit at a later date when work is pre r jug and time more precious feud i tfce lret1ij r hri 41 tlf iJi ar 00 i THE HERALD Ent rcdattbe Hazel Ore nPot K ocecoadclUer SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY March 3 1910 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY WOLFE CllCUlf COURT DAVID D REDWiNE Judge Taos CJOIINSON Commonwealths Atty J C L1NDONlClerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT W B DUFF Judge S G SAMPLE County Attorney BOBEBT L CABBOLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues ay in October MAGISTRATE COURTS District Ho 1 Bobert Rose third Friday in March June September and Decem bar District No 2 Robert Brooke fourth Fri day in February May August and November District No 3J1I Reynolds second Fri day In February May August and November District No 4David Spencer first Friday in March May August and November District No 5 Preston Hollon second Fri day in March June September and De cember District No6I W Combs third Friday in February May August and November District No 78bllob Swan o fourth Fri day in March June September and De cember District No 8JohnBChilders first Friday in February May August and No vember COUNTY OFFICIALS GBOEOB W BALLET Sherifl JT CENTER Assessor J CB LITTLE Jailer SuperintendentEJ FBAMK SAMPLECoronerW- HEN it comes to cold weather Pearys adventure at the North Pole is not in it From Argeuta i high up in the mountains of Mon tana comes the report that last week thermometers registered 58 x degrees below zero while in the a tr flats below it registered 38 below IN Canada meat sells at from 7 to 17 cents less on the pound than it does just across the line in the United States The difference is caused by the fact that Canada has no tariff on meat while the United States has a high tariff on this article of food Neither is i there a meat trust in Canada whHo in the United States there is one A SENSATION was created by Sen ator Aldrich the great Republican leader when in a recent speech he said that three hundred million dollars IB wasted annually by Con gress As the Republicans have the spending of the money and as he is the acknowledged leader of that party in the Senate the ad mission is regarded as significant MULES are not very plentiful in the state and prices are high as evidenced by the daily sales There was a time when in several coun ties on any court day a carload of males could be picked up at an hours notice But that day is i put It is high time that the breeders of this state awaken to e the fact that plenty of good broodmares are needed and that the 4 raising of mules is very lucrative EVERY time a farmer comes to town he complains of the miser able condition of the roads Now this is all right so far as it goes but is not the farmer in the main responsible for this condition of affairs In Estill county a plan is on foot to build several miles of good roads in each direction out of Irvine and a proposition has been made by the people of Wiseman town co bear equal the expense with the county in constructing a turnpike from that point to the county seat and we assuredly believe that if thB people of Hazel Green were to earnestly take the matter in haoa a good pike could be built connecting Hazel Green with Heiecb4wa It only remains for the people to act Who willi tab UM tWits and start the c MMDtrjj f OUR readers will remember that THE HERALD some time ago sug citizensIi farBI and presenting it to the C M to be used as an auxiliary toI the Hazel Green Academy Now it is understood just such a farmI as they need is for sale and as it adjoins the campus it is well suited iu every way There are 23I acres of bottom laud in the Dr Center place and itcan be pur chased for 1000 It is ohea I enough and surely the amount should be readily raised WithinI a radius of five miles nearly every farmer benefits through Hazel Green Academy and if each onee would give 10 the amount couldi soon be raised Subscription pa pers are now being circulated WE received a copy of the speech- of Stanley Milward of Lexington delivered before the State Farmers Institute at Frankfort last week It showed the excellency of the Holstein breed of cattle in a very comprehensive manner but is too voluminous to publish in our col umns THE grand jury of Hudson county N J has found indictments against six packing companies and twentyone packers charged with conspiracy in limiting the supply of meats and other foodstuffs IN Buffalo N Y and Columbus Ohio hogs were quoted last Friday at 10 per 100 while in other mar- kets1 they were 965 to 985 Editor Perry of the Winchester SunSentinel does not exaggeratet much when he makes the following statement I came near being convictedl once and sent to Frankfort as a member of the legislature a num ber of years ago I have beenI thankful ever since that the jury of voters failed to make a verdict in my favor In all of the years that I can remember there has no bebn a popuar legislature the only difference is that as tin goes on this body gets to be mor e unpopular I have no doubt that honest men are sometimes sent t the legislature but it is rare that they get rid of that odium It iisI said that nothing is ever so badI that there is not some good in it lEgislatureBt the truth of that saying Welcome Weekly Viiitor Livingston Tenn Feb 10 KyDear2 enclosed for our subscription t I THE HERALD Apply it on pas goWepaper We are rejoiced to hea of your success in the school Onr hearts are with you We love Ha zel Green and all her people Ev ery success in school church anLjI business gratifies us We ar I pleased with your editorials that you are standing square on al l moral questions We are withI you in all your efforts for civic righteousness Give our love to all friends Remember ustojrour good wife Mrs Derthick often speaks of her GiVd our greetingsi to the faculty and school the church and cemetery association printing force and business men- We1 are enjoying out new home Every one is loyal to the school We have 486 enrolled We appreciate having Prof Long with us He has been a very able assistant and is very much liked by citizens andstudents Hazel Green may well be proud of him as her son We pray that you may be kept in health and strength for many years of service to your fellowcitizens My wife joins me in Christian love and greetings If you ever become pleaseletitimpouibleYours in Our Masters service H J DEBTHICIC LEXIE Preparing ground for corn is the order of the day Bill Byrd went to Campton on business last Sunday UncleSebomCharlie Rose of this place made- a trip to Gillmore Sunday tiemakertisaforSRoseJoaepkf 141 Kate ldt Iorir 4 tje 4r buggy horse Old Nattto S S Rose for a private consideration S S Rosa bought a fine four yearold mule from a man by the name of Burchfield for a private priceI Huntingrcreek in Breathitt county passed through here Monday en route to H G A Ward Ely of Gillmore was iin this section Sunday I suppose an everblooming Rose was the at traction beepn working at saw mill for the past month has re turned home for a rest County Attorney S G Sample of Campton passed through here Monday but as to where he wa going the writer failed to learn Mrs Joe Cecil of Ezel who has been visiting her daughter Mrs J M Rose at this place for the past two weeks returned home Saturday S S Rose our hustling farmer and trader is building a new cot tage which will be occupied by D B Gilly during the coming season Curtis Byrd the lucky hunter went out possum hunting the oth er night and returned home before 9 oclock with nine possums It looks like the others would take the hint Feb 28 OLD SPORT LANDSAW J M Cockerham and Wm Dalton visited on Holly Sunday H J Spencer ie building on th ifarm recently bought of John Chambers Curtis Halsey the produce deal er shipped a lot of chickens geese and ducks this week Willie Taylor r f Malaga wa here today and bought a lot of corn from E T Kash hasrcome in home for a couple of days He will return Wednesday James Whisman merchant an farmer of Fincastle is visiting his father and brother John and Ho L Whisman N L Combs is trying to get done husking corn He says the as long as he has corn in the field he will not be out wat6 in this section last of the week ovaer N L tombs and Robt Hollon Frioday from a several days trip to Lee City and locality W C and Grant Rose and Jas Smith who have been at Elmen dorf farm for some time came in home last week and will try their luck at farming this season The outlook is good boys Sheriff Sally with Deputies Ol iver and Combs arrested Kelse A8ev at the band mill above here He was arrested with writs sent thetFrenchburg s once rThe prercbawa passed through here wit werdr 8 onea charge of concealed weapons 1Feb 28 ANON Brocton Ill Feb 2810 KyDeare Dollar for which please extend my subscription for the dear old HEB ALD Hope you will excuse me for not sending it sooner All are well Kindest regards to you and Mrs Cooper and all my friends R F D 19 CURT LAOY Shemli Have Meiuseit In these days of monuments in memory of men who have done things for their fellow men no memory is more worthy of honor preacherReve only instance in the histprof our state where a church emigrated as such He was a pastor for years of Providence church of this coun ty the first church in this section of the state and as such did much to give form and character to the young commonwealth He was a born leader of men and stood for that which was just and right at a time when there was little law and great temptation to forget the foundation principles of Christian ity His remains are buried not far from the present location of the church he loved and served in a bluegrass pasture and unmarked save by a simple limestone head intone and nothing to distinguish it from other graves around it Very few if any of those now liv ing can point with certainty to the grave and the Baptists of the state should rescue from the oblivion I which will soon envelop it the last resting place of one who did ao tasek farthe state and for IeratI ANTICIPATION Dis hyah ol wioteb ain no good Seems lack its alaya enowin It keeps me totin in de wood To keep de bah agoin Ab eats lUsh sidemeat smoliin how Ah don tell bow Ah gits itl gotDeyAl yeahIsBl hyahToAh spec its eatin dat Ab lack An BO Ah gits to wish in Mah of fren summeh would come back Sofl Ab could go afiehin De summeh days looks good to me Along de quiet ribber Ab jra sets down beneaf a tree An baits mah book wif libber De fool catfish he grab de baitAh nebber seed de beatin Seems laik dis niggah jea cant waits Fo some o dat good eatin Chicago News Mbftcribe for the Herald SLOO WON ii AIM iiX11iii bfc IknNi h Din ilk BWta Trufe Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and sambitionr beauty by s1J all i vigor and soon disap when the kidneys out of or easedKidney trouble hasI prevalentthat mon for a to be born with lithe childarinatestooofteniftheurinescalthei an thepassage it is yet afflicted with ting depend upon it the cause of the diffi culty is trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these importantorgans This unpleasant trouble is due to a condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a supposeamade miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwaaap Rootissooareglirelt rtintrl by druggists in fifty cent and onedollar maydmail free also pamphlet telling cheerfulness order dis child afflicted weak kidneys bedwet kidney diseased about SwampRoot usosa I including many of the thousands of testi monial letters received from sufferers thetCo Binghamton N Y je sure and anymistakeKilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle Rare OjIJOrtllflht I offer for sale my residence consist- ingj of sevenroom cottage good lot and garden 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 furnished with a complete outfit of toolsj andstock of materials and Uppliea also equippedwith power and machinery Will sell all together or separately For further particulars call on or adI c ROSEMarch KytFARM FOR SALE 0lasehLacy known as tho Crney farm All fenced and crossfenced Some good timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard ever lasting fine water 5room dwell ing house halls and porches also thirtydaysbargain Possession given Janu particularsR No1 Rardin Il- lDRESSMAKINO 0Mrs F N DAY DressmakingEstablishment pared to make all garments for laaies wear and in connection she will be prepared to repair clean and press gentlemens suits there asInew She solicits the patronage satisfactionmanyfriendsrecognize the fact that she has had andisDR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Often hi citlzenroantryafflictionOffice Huelreen DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky MM XOU DAY Proprietor luJre Bea Atipeeytlatleu 1- tiY r I S Sy 3I 0 t1 k SPRING WILL SOON BB HERFT and we are now closing out our Entire Winter Stock at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Ladies Nice Underwear25 and 30C Hose Fleece Lined 19c SOc 25c and 20c Ribbons 25 20 and 16c Childrens and Infants Caps 19 and 20c 25c Back Combs20eLadi-es Black Underskirts 98c Ladies Tailored Skirts 260 to 450 Ladies Tailored Coats350tO 750 Childrens Coats 125 tO 350 50o Pictures 39c 25c aud 50c Post Card Albums 20 and 39C Fancy Pillow Tops 20C Hair Puffs 900 These Prices During February Only TROYelIAZELGiuiNACADEMY Mountain School of Christian Womans Board of Missions A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which a extends through the Winter and Spring Terms j SCHOOL EXPENSES i Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 jjj Good Board week j per 2 00ii Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you ij For further particulars address M O CARTER t 7 Hi CiE1E E Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe No 224 W Short Street Jt KentuckyL T ja jai j Gr J Kash Johnson Rash fI DEALERS IN t i General Merchandise r COUNTRY PRODUCE c E HAZEL GREEN KY I FOR BARGAINS j IN EVERYTHINGi1J 1i lfl CECIL BROS a Dealers in General Merchandise J 4 k I CALL AND SEE TREK I t rzy e v I + r ce Ot 0 l u gty 400 Desperate need I to CoughsD sick Extremely at ited perilous coughs Coughs that rasp and tear the throat and8t11 lunp Coughs that shake the saw bole body You need a re2Uroc far medicine a doctors medi in cine for such a cough Ask the your doctor about Ayers says Cherry PectoralthEW pablUh our foraulli weanthour sIc1nSpE ensfrom otteoaultdoctorbo AnYfood doctor will tell you that a medi Sue like Ayer s Cherry Pectoral cannot duo Its best work if the bowels are con dren gated Ask your doctor if he knows anything better than Ayers Pills for cor reeling this sluggishness of the liverhilXad by the J C Ayir Co Iw U IG S thereI not THE HERALD ored the rThe wife of John Sebastian of Dayaboro has been and is still quite sick Rev Johnny Barker of Still d Eater will preach at Consolation I next SundayGLeek Montgomery a son of Bill Montgomery of Daysboro is quite jlast aick with pneumoniaatl Jimmie Tibbs has the thanks of her the editor for four or five large3Mrs twists of mild homegrown tobacco Sam Metzer the drummer 1Mrs his driver were guests cf the Cecil House from Saturday until Tueshe day Mrs Frank Johnson who iis at the home of her son W B Johnson is quite sick with some pul Bonary troub- leChildren cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA ery 1 Those subscribers from whom we agreed to take Irish potatoes will please deliver them at once as our tater supply is slimwH Courtney Barker last week moved to the farm of Seborn Walters near town after a residence of about one month on Lacy creek Curt Rose with Watts Ritter k Co had his line of sample notions and dry goods on exhibition in the vacant store room Tuesday John Rice and wife of Magof i fin county are visiting Mrs Rice mother Mrs Johnson who is a the home of her son W B John is IOn iJohn Fetterly is building an oven in which to burn his tiling and judging from appearances iit will certainly do the work in Jeing shape A son of Stephen Rose of Still water was operated on at a hospital i in Lexington for white swellU ing and died at that place a few days ago Murphy correspondence letter was miscarried last week and did not reach this office until Thurs f day evening which accounts for its nonappearanceII j Robert Cecil will leave Monday I ii for Cincinnati to buy a spring j i1 ic stock of goods for Cecil Bros ndatI l says when he returns he will have Ic the best in the land IexpectedIr iriae the ladies with an uptodate j Toni Lee one of our progressive u farmers reports that a Dnroc Jer a ley sow a few days since brought I him 16 very pretty pigs If mil ow farmers were like Mr Lee the I hog crop would soon meet the de ft atnd upon it- Inadvertently t I we last week fail ei to state that the reliable nur wtymen of Lexington H F Hil jtoneyer Sons are ready to far v Jftiah any and everything in their fHe that may be desired They IJMV have one Bullion strawberry gpteteoabaDdtovJuck they can Nwl attotie Rest far- r eateby r i rf Vilitl the Reform Sckwl M B T Adams coloredof A Toliver recently visited the Col Kentucky House of Reform dayA visit India Adams who is very with pneumonia He stayed the hospital two nights and vis the different parts of the in the In the chair shop he at the boys at wcrk making fine chairs He took dinner the boys dormitory and visited and sleeping room The latter he is horrible He was also in girls school and the dressmaking hisdepartment In some re ery things are excellent and horrible Some times the 1 are given as many as 100 lashes He says some of the chil and do not know where their homes are and the manager told of one boy who had been U for urns years and they did know where to send him All officers and teachers are col i and the school is located at are Greendale near Lexington visit A Goof Woman Gone Mrs Betsy Combs aged 76 years itsat her home near Consolation WIFriday1raunyy gave called was a woman of remarkable vitality and energy For theI a I few years she had devoted her the to the raising of four of grandchildren children of George Coldiron deceased past which did much to sap her vitality say She Ileases two daughters by Elmina Jordan and Mrs John White nee Chpuault and a of grandchildren and great grandchildren She was a Combs am before marriage Her remains iin were laid to rest at the Public in Square burying ground Saturday afternoonlilA Serious AccidentS John Cecil a farmerof Montgom county living on the Sharps burg pike had his left leg broken just above the ankle both house and the ankle joint crushed Ha feeding a hay baler at the time and his foot was caught by the block Mr Cecil is a native of this of county and lived in this vicinit until a few years ago He has host of friends who will regret to hear of his eerioub accident andS1 all of them hope he will soon be himself again He is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs E F Cecil o Consolation ISThe time is at hand when farmCI otf breeding for the next season There no better way of reaching the than through the columns of THE HERALD Those who have stalf 1 lions or jacks for public use would consult their own interests by call at this office and see what we can do tor them in the way of bills or cards Come and see samples and get our prices before sending away to have them printed 1 4 great deal of sickness has been reported throughout this section byour resident physicians The prevalent disease seems to be the old fashioned la grippe which i some instances develops into pneumonia and several cases have proved fatal Most of these cases are brought on by a slight cold and too much care can not be exercised this season when it is warm day and freezing the next 1 Will F Wheeler son of our fel1 I low townsmau Judge Geo Wheel I er who was until recently city ed itor of the Lexington Herald iis I now copy holder on the New YorkII Evening Journal where he puts iin his extra time He was appointed Columbia UniIto a scholarship in varsity and is taking a special course of history and eponomicg Hq received the degree of A B from Transylvania University iinty 1908 There is a big revival in progress at Laurel church Revs BoomrtJentefr oy Crawford Jeff Edw rda and others are preaching an exhorting About 25 were at th mourners bench Sunday night ajW several hue been converted he meeting u still holding inter jit for the peopla and slap cootlD1 ells for a leash ante r 11 H Q A Rates Mr Sweeney of Simpson was visiting his daughter Lacy Sun Mr Holbrooks and wife of palDella pay the Miss Miller was called to meet State Board of the CB MTilLexington last Friday the There were five that theJoined 1 Christian church Sun were baptized Monday after nOO1InCharley Cbilders left school this morning He will not return as in father is moving to Montgom countynQuite a crowd of the home people was enjoyed Sunday afternoon by taking an oldtime country walk going to the Swango Springs if The H B boys rendered their crfMondayDs gave their program as usuallllie byProfvisiting the school Saturday We andalways glad to have such men us- Bro theRagan visited the school Tuesday morning He gave us a- very j interesting talk on life and two value We lire glad to have him us- Miss Nancy Marier Riddleback an old time exhibition in the chapel Saturday night There was a I large crowd and all enjoyed it to fullest Dries Hines teacher of mathematics to has been in Lexington taking the a medical treatment for the two weeks but we are glad to that she will be back with us the last of the week Liberal Terms 1ble tag Iam representing the largest retailclothiers in the world and prepared to dress smart men the most fascinating manner the latest popular style and on- t easy payments- I have just received an excellent of Samples for the Spring and seasons which will in clude an extended and elaborate i variety of colors Call on or write and I will serve on you at the earliest date AgentaGood Prospects Prospects for an excellent crop fruit small gram and other iin farmyyearaand no finer prospects for fruit could be asked for Small fruit as raspberries blackberries and currants have almost been unhurt by the winter A big corn andfmuch attention will be paid to thehbreed Owing to the dryness of the snow all grass and small grain has been kept warmer than usual and early crops generally i a are expected IIIHOGI For Sale R J McLin has 10 fine fat hogs salethe nicest in the county Call on him for further particulars Saturday next is the day when John H Pieratt will cry off the in sale of John M Roses residence and eight or ten other desirable lots Be sure to attend if you want a good investment in Hazel1 Green real e9tatet CASTORIA inJ0i Imfets aiCUUm Th KM YN WIn Atop fectf- j Bears the- t3ignattue of t neDout throw sway and abandon your granite enameled or porcelain lined cooking utensils or dish pans just because there ia a small hole in them Bring them to TilE HERALD office and see how neatly and cheaply they can be mad good as newIW T Swango who about a year since bought a farm on the How ards Mill pIke in Montgomery ooqnty at 1t81a per vote a faw days since disposed of the same proper at an advance of 20 per sore Clayton Howell a native of that county being the purchasers The drilling force of the New Domain 011 and Gal Co has SUB pended operations for a while but will start up ail soon as they re oeiye a car lad of stems en route A Mr Fowler is r intflndent of the field on lfillmo while awa Speooer sad Will rore jBta aw the MMter dfilV r KENTUCKY KERNELSII Carefilly Cellatei ui Csiclely CiroiiclwL The dog tax in Bourbon county will only about sixtythree per cent of sheep claims Circuit court convened at Hopkins last week with over 500 c on docket 100 of which are for divorce Robert Barr Jr charged with complicity I in the killing of Hiram Hedges Nicholas county was released bond of 10000 bandiiI Politics having taken an upper the deliberations of the State Farmers at Frankfort last week what little good may have been accomplished irretrievablylOt Mrs G L Burk living about four miles southwest of Louisa was severely not fatally horned by an explosion of coal oil while attempting to start fire in a cook stove There being no opposition to Hon 01 James as Democratic candidate for congressman from the First district the committee met in Paducah last week declared him the nominee Four prisoners made theifescape from Rowan county jail at Moiebead one night last week by sawing the bars in One prisoner charged with selling liquor refused to join tbe others The farmers of Estill county having pledged themselves to raise at least one hundred acres of broom corn this year broom factory will be started in Ir vine Why not try it around here Camillns Arnett who was sentenced twelve years in the penitentiary for killing of George Auderson in Ma goffin county will have to serve out his term tbe Court of Appeals having affirmed the verdict The addition to the Institute for Fee Minded Children at Frankfort hav been completed the state is now pre pared to accommodate 100 additional The institution has been so crowded for some time that no more inmates couldI receivedThe Herald tells of a smart young man living in the Muddy Branch neighborhood in Johnson county who was fined 20 and sent to jail for slapping J E an old woman A few sentences of J this kind might he a beneficial effect It such brave and chivalrous youths Ten prisoners convicted at the November J term of tbe United States court at F London were discharged from the Laur- eaunty 11J jail lust Thursday They ba servedout their sixty days imprisonment XV and had also been kept thirty days each default of payment of fines of 1 100 each A heavily loaded cigar given him as a joke by his companions may cause Ev erett Rector of the Ruddles Mill neigh borhood in Bourbon county to lose theff tsight of both eyes Rector was severely burned about the face his lips split and ieyebrows burned off by the termina tion of the prank v While digging into a hole to capture rabbit Grant Bennett and Gordon Far v row unearthed an old tin can contain ing 482 in goldand silver coin in Car ter county A cabin near the place where the money was found was occupied a quarter of a century ago by John Stevenson an old hermit who died sud denlyDanville the pioneer local option town Kentucky having been dry forty years has determined to keep up its reputation Last week officers made a concerted raid on blind tiger keepers and bootleggers with the result that weN bagged One hall 28iha icharges against him to send him to workhouse for fifteen tears Miss GoldIe Cantrill a pretty girl of 17 was sent home by the school author ities of Morehead when they found she had been attending school as Sam Mur ray dressed in boys clothes She stood second in her classes at the time of her detection The young voaan is an or phan and makes bet borne wilt as aunt ataltI4ok Her family is prominent in Eastern Kentucky This iIs her third adventure in male attire Some months ago she earned her living for several weeks as news butch on trains In Fleming county last week Mrs bure ed to death in the fire which destroy her home She had evidently locket her two children iu the barn for safety where they were later found and llad returned to the house to telephone for help when she was caught by the flames Neighbors who went to the scene could tee Mrs Marshalls body lying inside tile house near the telephone while the tIre was raging Her husband was not at home and the origin of the lire ia ua known IF YOU ARE A TRIFLE SENSITIVE About the size oi your shoes its some tat iUfactioa to kw that many people canI wear a shoe a slse smaller by shaking Al leas Fool Evse the antis for ponder la parowtea patent in atw thou Who rubbers or overshoe ttolisIre l everywhere 3C Sample FREE Address AUMfLOlMtiII Y H Y DoatM I etpt say aakatitete- r Jo t IThe Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beea Itltl I f4Iluse for over SO years has borne the signature ef r and been made under hit pertsonal supervision since Its CJt 1 Allow one deceive tJdsrfAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ef 4 Infants and ChIldrenExperience against FaperlmeEtI What is CASTORIA castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor On Itii goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant contains neither Opium Morphine nor other NarcetkJ substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It carps Diarrhoea and Wlad Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and flatulency assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural steep x The Childrens PanaceaThe MothersFriend 1 CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of 9fJT j The Kindd You Haie Always BoughtFI iII- s t in Use For ueT 3O Years L 11twt erauaNl1rr tW SS S LI J THE HAZEL GREEN BANK J Capital Stock Paii In IB Cash SlSMf H 12HlatiYialIt M Total S312MW The Following II a List of Stockholders Who Own sad COBullb F Cecil farmer Hazel Green P Rote farmer Hazel Green B ElkIDS farmer Lezie L Hash farmer Gillmore- O W Cecil farmer Hazel Green Ben Murphy farmer Hazel Green- J S Pieratt farmer Bazel Green 8 Rittenhouse mine owner Hazel Green M Phillips farmer Hazel Gieen M Cecil firmer Hazel Green SterlingdL Hunt lawyer Campton haS f no to you Ia 1 It TV H E Oney lumber mfr Rae Fork iiMr Susan A Campbell Hazel Green M S Campbell Hazel Greta DajiboroFMrs Mary Eo Smith New Castle T U Lee farmer Haiel Greets C S Sample farmer Hazel Green B Hl Patton Hazel Green- J T Whale carpenter Hazel Green Mrs E J Rittenboaie Hazel GmnIMrs T M Lee Hazel Green Min Lola M Evans Swords Creex VI F CECIL PEESIDENT J S RITTENHOUSE VICE PuRsnaarr II IIE R H PATTON CASHIER ft STEP INTO I1k MISS FALAY LONGSa Millinery Parlors And examine the FINE STOCK OF GOODS i I SASH SAMPLE a Dealers in General MerchandiseI Announce to the citizens of Ran Green and vicinity that they have jvai i received a magnificent line of LADIES SH ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc y and that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notion SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspection fURSIlassuis Nnsaor i AND HIDES liiit JUII narea uwtwI lL r tllfrL Y v rr a Tr F 1 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order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE Tftees1erllaWINCHESTER N H WITHEKSTOOS PIts WRSIHARCalihier CPaid Up Capital i 10000000 Undivided Profits 170000UO Handsome Deposit o- frover i i i 950000000 This bank solicits the accounts oi merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its customer every facility and the mOlt liberal terms within the limit of legitimate banking loot2ly i ea Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad After Effects Our Terms are- Reasonable Every Patient is Our Guest Our No Barred Doors or Windows BetuUM Place and floe Yellers 1 r fs e r x New Way to Handle Driik Victims Is Aired New York By W o Shepherd Albany N Y lu Louisville llerald The legislature is soon to hear all about drunkards and how to handle them from Bailey B Bur ritt of the State Charities Aid As sociation when he asks for an appropriation for a state farm for drunkardsWere not treating our drunk ards right in the United States says Burritt Its a shame the way we misuse thorn There are three kinds of drunk ards Lots call them Bill Jim andJohnBillI his wages every Saturday night and goes straight to getsdrunksult is that a policeman arrests himHe is taken before a judge the next morning and the judge either sends him to the workhouse or fines him If Bill goes to the work house he doesnt get any goodout of it and his family suffers What he needs is fresh air and his own employment to clear his mind of againIfjust as greatly as if he went to the workhouseJim a different Sort of a fel payday a stupor lIe falls on the side walk and a policeman along thinks hos hurt The ambulance takes him to the hospital and there he is revived He goes out feeling splendidly with new reserve of strength and by the time payday comes again he fettle so strong and bright that he goe and does it all over again They sober him up at the hospital but they dont take the desire for liq away from him any more than the workhouse authorities take i away from Bill John is well to do o his family is He doesnt take his liquor in sudden and big doses He takes it all the time and is al ways half dumb with drink His family may put him in an insaneIII asylum but legally he is sane And the asylum authorities dont cure him of the drink habit Every state ought to have a farm for drunkards The courts I ought to realize that a man who iis addicted to liquor is a disease- man not a vicious man When a man in first arrested he ought to be held until he is sober and then released On the second offense the man ought to be taken i1to court but the judge should not fine him but put him under a pro bation officer The third offense should mean a small fine and more probation and the man should be given an opportunity to pay his fine in installments We desire to call your attention to our Sanitarium treatment for the cure of Whiskey Morphine Opium Cocaine and all drug habits We send out no Home Cures None of them are a success Every one must come to our Sanitarium where we are specially prepared to handle this class of diseases and where we guarantee a perfect cure in every case within ten days to two Rest Recmpera Every coming usually If the man continues to drink the judge can sentence him to the inebriates farm for from one to three months If a man drinks after this his sentence should be from one to six months or a year and the third farm sentence should not have less than a threeyear maximum However if at anytime a man at the farm showa that he has gained control of himself he should be released immediately to go out into the world to do his share of the work As we handle drunkards now in American cities we dont help them We drive them down and add shame to their already great loads Fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism is simply rheuma tism of the muscles due to cold or damp or chronic rheumatism neither of 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is bad soils IInot mind breaks the edge of mor al delicacy and it is till one whether the soiling thought is started by crime dramatized indelicacy sculptured indecency painted or sin printed in a paper and called cleandthan he can afford to let his mind rept on a dirty H Park hurt D D in Advance I Are you frequently hoarse Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat Does your cough annoy you at night and do you raise mucus in the morning Do you want relief If so take Chamber lains Cough Remedy and you will be pleased Sold by all dealers I NO weeks for the liquor habit and for the drug habit two to three weeks Our treatment is painjesa and harmless We do not care how much you use or how long or frem what cause we can cure you to stay cured HERE is OUR UNPARALLELED PSOPOSITJON We will tate any case of Drug or Liquor addiction cure them bear all expenses while the patient is here such as treatment board room and attendntand not exact one cent compensation until the patient is cured and ready to return home We do send whatever Our patients gain flesh and strength from the very beginning If we do not cure you itcosts you nothing so you see yon have everything to gain and nothing to lose A for IMKSTWM f la uor in thingC r NO PAY I Well If you are sick you wish to get well dont you Of course you do You wish to be rid of the pain and misery and be happy again If your illness is caused by female trouble you can quickly get the right remedy to get well Its Cardui This great medicine for women has re f IJeved or cured thousands of ladies suffering like you from some female trouble- sI J For Ills x Mrs Fannie Ellis of Foster Ark suffered agony for sera years Read her letter about CarduL She writes I was sick for seven years with female trouble Every month I would very nearly die with my head and back I took 12 bottles of Cardui and mi cured Cardui is a Godsend to suffering women Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES THE H KRISH Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky t WHOLESALE Dry Goods and 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