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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r- v i HE AZEI REEN HERAJLDEStabliahedMarch418 5 MadeFamousinthe8toryOfUJonthanandHi8Continentby MaxORcll = 0 t1 t aPMCKB Owner and COOPER Editor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most 1 jiilrlt 01 I TYFIFTH u c Quoted Paper in theKentucky Mountains n y100I a Year iii Advance t i i ITWE YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH ltl ShitIu NUMBER 87 i iu1 Iaa I 1 1 million and Eastern Railway Time Table la Effect Jane 21 1908 WEST BOUND riol i fro 6 u5 STATIONS Daily ex Dailj and j Sunday Sunday j SundayJ only AMLve IMLve AMLve Jackson I 6 10 aiu 2 20 pu 700 am OK JUDct 6 1J pw 2 25 pw 7aB- eattyye m iJe 7 IU7 am i0 pro 754 am Torrent 7 3U am 3 41 pn bloain Nat Bridge 7 45 am 3 56 pu b2U a- Csmptoo w pn 7 48 am 3 57 pn 8211 s Bunion 4 i S Jo am 4 lb piii e M a Clay City 8 25 am M 35 pn 902 at- oLEJnncn 9 lOam 5 07 pUt 1003 am 1 am aLexj w r r EAST BOUND D UyeU = STATIONS Dailyand No4 daa ySundayP- u LyeA11LyI I r J rpm 0 Lexington 0 7 3b pm ro Wancbl ter 120 813- J 48 pm LtEJunctiun 826 pm 3 60 put 40 Clay City 40 f tr- i wa 35S pm U dtanton t144I 9 10 am 4 30 pm Campton Juutu 9 38 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge I57I 9 43 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 1 9 56 5 10 pm 70 BeattyVeJe 7o 10 17 am 6 05 pm 90 OKJuncn 90 11 15 am I 6 10 pm 94 laeksont94 11 20 am CONNECTIONS- L g Eo JvJkCTiON=liana Nos land will wake connection with the C A OKy for Mu Sterling CAMFTON JDSCTION Trains SOl 1 2 5 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By tor Pine Ridge and Campion BKATTYVLLK JUacrtoalraina No 2 will make connection at Bealty ville June with the L and A Hallway tor passengers i to and from Beatty ville O A KJDNCT1OH Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O A K Railway for local RailwayJManager OHAB JJCOTTUeaFaaa Agent Olio MMC Baiiwag 11 lime Table May 21 I9O5 I f WEST BOUND t No33 IS SSI No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex 8110 iayt Sunday l PM ABE 0 27 PMAEK 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 l 19lI 5lIII 15IId EAST BOUND t No 34 S IS No 22 DailYlex = STATIONS m= Daily ea- I Blladay I Sunday AULVC PJILVE 710 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawi 6 1 17 4 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37Ii 10 Wilhurst 20 151 r S 25I 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 1 1Nos21 ud 22 will make close connectioi at 01 EL Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for peiaUon the Lexington and Eastern Ball p CONLEYpiI nt j iaiIt G ntraliailioaNoa2d d 1 DEPART ARRIVE 600 a fn Gamptonll30 a m 200 p F Campton 600 p m NO2 I No1 1 1aRRIVE DEPART 1 780a Camps JnnclO05am 80mCampn Juno 4 s 40 pm The Mountain Central makes all L IE pas ODDOCrwith B F BOLl NO UNDERTAKERIF i C MPTON KY I UFOIM3 the citizens of Wolfe and L the adjoining counties that he carries a line of Coffins Oaakcte Bnrial Clothes 1 1and everything necessary to pat away styleIirSpecialsupplied on 24 hour notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals r Also can fill orders for tombstones Ac gEWELL C HOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY- Mara his professions services to eitkcBf o- fMrsWrtfe eoeBtyt ad soliciu the patio lilt lao7we lappe to- eeeamIJaew smeN+ tiaWtw atr- e i COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgen eral interest to a inajority i of our readers expect ally distant friends IJ BELKNAPIWessie Back of Seitz moved toII this place recentlyIWe thick that we will soon have a marriage item to write HadtliLmGeorge Day a colored music teacher of Portsmouth Ohio jjI visiting here isevenmonthsoldi Crase for 2950 George Collinsworths daughter is e etuMiss Vmia Holbrooks visited her cousins Clem rna and Rowena nightamamEsther and Louisa Allen were Kneels of Clem ma and Rowena Crase at Burkhart Sunday night I J L Center was ordainedas a minister of the gospel Revs F P Wilson and Will Lmdon being the ordaining elders Rev F P Wilson of Xeola and Rev Will Lindou of Insko preached interesting sermons at this place Sunday March 7 CORKER Saved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and shell in the civil war was more KempTexdoctors said was consumption I contracteda stubborn cold hOII writes that developed cough that stuck to rue in suite of all1 remedies for years My weight rat down to 130 pounds Theo I be gan to use Dr Kings New Discos ery which completely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds For ii coughs colds la grippe asthma hemorrhage hoarseness c r o u whooping cough ana lung troubleI its supreme 50c and I bottle free Guaranteed by allI dealers BURKHART Andy Crase lost a very nice cow Saturday night Willie Patricks little child iis seriously at this writing Henry and W G Elam visited relatives at Dale Sunday- F P Bailey sold to Floyd Ar nett of Neola a mule for 125 Sandford DeBoard of Rowan county was here rebently on bus iness Jim Burton of near Half Moa n rain passed through here on his way to West Liberty Born March 4 to the wife of Marchtt 6 to the wife of J S Elam a girl1 Willie Bailey bought a pair of mules from Al Rudd of Netty + for 350 Also sold a pair to Pros Bailey for 8225 March 7 NAT Are you frequently hoarse D n you have that annoying tickling i your throat Does your cough a noy you at night and do you raise mucus in the morning Do yo want relief If so take Chamb- elains Cough Remedy and you will be pleased Sold by all dealers CANNEL CITY Whooping cough is among the little folks of our town Judge Ferguson of West Liberty was in our town on business to dayMalone Lykins and family lett here last week to locate in Okla homaMrs Susan Lykins who has been very ill is much better at this writing T ieTTrV society rendered their ogram Friday night which was ery good The Mr Little who was taken to the hospital at Lexington hi eer returned very much improved Miss Aqnilla Nickel1 formerly r of this place but now of Oklahoma r Ui visiting friends and relatival Jierp t i 9 = = == jI TO CORRESPONDENTS IIII your j items early so they will rearli our office i monincMondayifitllcr not b published unless of unusual portance Advertise no ones ianII and write on our lillor the paper I j Mrs B J Elam came home Sat I nrdav from Salt ersville whero she i I heel been visiting her mother fo- iiI the past three weeks I littlIi daughter Roberta were guests oI I E E r reIei i j I celloIII II Medicines that aid nature are always most successful Chamber lains Cough Remedy acts on this plan It loosens the cough re lieves the lungs opens the secre I restoringtheSold by all dealers LANDSAW Otis Kash of H G1 visited uudavISarah Taylor and Rolla Sally of Malaga visited Mrs Clint Tay llor Saturday and Sunday Several of the citizens of thisI place went to Camptou today it being county court day James Taulbee of Daysboro visited his brother John Taulbee at this place Saturday and Sunday Kelse Agy who was arrested and taken to French burr replevied au is now buck at the Loveland ban mill The farmers here are getting a move on They seem to realize the necessity cf a greater produc tionN L Combs filled bond today as deputy under Sheriff Sally uud will work this week in the Rod river precinct C F Kasb of Hazel Green vis ited his brother E T Kash here Ilast week It seems that Doc has a western fever to some extentII Lalpdrum distillery near Toliver hasI been very sick for some time and his son Oliver is there takiu cure of hint and looking after hi dutiesThe writer received letter from John B Swango of Illinois last week He stated that some of the Kentucky boys had contracted c their heavy hope at 050 per cw hOgBforBas McGuire who had route J the Rolla Cecil farm on Gillmore was notified that he could not get the farm as Mr Cecil who is e Elmeudorf firm is coming horn to take charge of it Mr McGuire I will go to the farm of Win LIHurst above this place 1 Trading since last writing W H Chambers sold to Jack Hello one twoyearold mule for 125 imarei Pieratt one gray filly 1130 J Cecil to Willie Rose one yearling 1 heifer 24 and J B Finch the hustling farmer wanted to trade thinnk ANONn Lrto women suffering from chronic constipation headache bilious ness dizziness sallowness of the skin and dyspepsia Sold by allon dealers TOLIVER No2 M B T Adams and family oftChapel branch are on the sick list Some time Dock let a 1kegdeafened him so he could not hear the noise Friday evening Docks mule jumped from under him and F broke some of his ribs and he is trying to stay in the house It seems that he and Buec McNabb have had bad luck in the mule I and horse business- Chamberlains 1t Stomach and Liv Tablets are safe sure and reliII able and have been praised byiI thousands of women who have t been restored to health through I 1 propPUrtiea y n l I LEXII E Georgo Rose and wifo Sundayj I I atl Cumptoui CamptonIII Calla Rose returned home Sun day after a visit with J W Cecil1 and family near Ezel Levi Robinson who has bee RoserI I moved to Rock branch wiCora1 wfedand report a nice timeasNoah Creech one of the o I n SuIS S Rose our hustling traderi sold to John D Rose 200 bushels of corn for a private consideration Alvin Oldfield of Sellarp pass ed through here Monday en route to Stillwater where he is sawing a boundary of timber for Churl GarringerdoMiss Bertie Cecil of Ezel is vis iting her sister Mrs Jest M Rose while en route to Lee City wherei she will be assistant clerk in Cec lltau Hurts storeiMarch 7 OLD SrOUTj IHow Good News Spreads I am 70 years old and tray I t most of the time writes B F KyJd Electric Bitters because Iowe vitalityto I everdtotdto stomachregulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and Nora the blood They work for weak rundown men and woI men restoring strength vigor and health thats a daily joy Try them Only 50c Satisfaction is positively guaranteed by all dealI f ers tMAYTOWNt Henry Murphy attended sou at West Libertii Many farmers in this section i are sowing tobacco beds Hoary Murphy and family have vis Miss Dauan Hill of Blackwater was visiting her grandparents S Neff and wife recently Willie Byrant and Rollie Little of Pomeroy ton were in town Sun boyts Albert Hylton and Luther Clay throngdtown Saturday on way home where they spent Sunday Misses Frances haeguests of D E Bryant Saturday night and attended church at this place Sunday James R Little tOOk a load of chickens to Mt Sterling market one day last week We think rbusinessLila Murphy Maude Wilson RuthrillsWillie Bryant Floyd Little Joe Childers Courtney Den nis and Rolle Clark were goes ISundaytime 1 Misses Grace Childers Nan ittle and Bernie Spradling an el Little and Clint Spradling were pleasantly entertained at the home of Miss Ruth Wills Tliesdayd night with some very mus the of organNJoe Mc Pierstt of Montgomery county passed through this place Wednesday on his way home from home of his son Roy Pieratt j where he had been called to the of his little grandson who J hRnthHill and wife of Blackwater came very near being burned to death last Thursday evening Her clothes caught fire where her papas HisIl were burnedintrying to extinguish the Rev F Agar and wife H S Neff nd wife James Ingram and wi f MM S G Spmdliug and daughters Misses Bernie and Elza Mrs R A Sample and little grandson William MM John BatliffeJ M and farm Floyd Little and j 0 withJI repoda fun dinner ntt eduI MiaGrnco MurphyII 1 r ay Stanley Mur phy Jiimes Lucy nnd Philey Mur phy All enjoyed thH music on the miitnr violin and mandolin nTh left gralBThurdnytheMll make their future home ere sorry to give them up eep aily Miss Grace and her brothers hrightesitt societyMarcliT BLACK Ki KS Deafness Cannot be Cured by oral application as they rannnt reach1 I the ilUeuscd portiIII the rat There iis only one WilY to cure dealings and that is b cllusedbyI ing of tht KiiHJUliian tube When this tube is lnllaunl you bate a ruiiiblitie sound orIdimprrfrrt lirarini and when it is entirely sed deafness is lilt result and unless the inflammation mn lle kcuoutandthistuL restored to its normal condition heario will be destroyed forever nine cases out are routed by catarrh which is noting b but an inflamed condition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for say case of Deafness caused by catarrh I that cannot be cured by Halls freeeF J CIIKNEY J Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take HaWs Family fills tor coustipation MURPHY FORK Asa Sexton of near Ezel left recently for Illinois ElectionSaturday chants rsAunt Betsy Lawson is very toh expectedI Long Dave Lawson moved from Hurtfarm Boldtwoof Stillwater for 120 rtAunt whoseiJnessweekanissue is improving slowly Mrs Lizzie Maddix of Middle town Ohio visited her father Ca ger Calhoun of this place recently The writer has been battling for knotHk emeny the cough Dr Waldeck and Arch Childers of Ezel left Sunday for to act as jurors in Federal court Floyd Murphy and wife of Still villaghe nearEzelBud Little of relae s accepted the agency of a beeswax factory VboughtC1fLotkhartning the business UraMurphy jHenryRndMissBlacktratetoRevHarlanceClay and alandsJsalcy v blowdin nearly 1500 just for lots alone Mrs Lizzie Cecil and son An j spent Saturday at the home Ed Cecil at Consolation whit took in the big sale at des old Hazel Green MurphyJCamptunto make a landside in the mule trade S M Fugate the song bird closed a successful 10 days sing ing school at the Clay Murphy house last week During the progress of the entertainment was a grandcontest of hearts which Hubert Hale of P kin and Manford Toliver of Nannie won the honors of tho day 0March 7OET n Gardening time will be here before you are ready for it if you are not careful regardless of the cold winds today tH SELL A US atthisMiss Gracie Nickell vioitwli Lu In Nickell Sunday Alho Nickel will soon have hitj store house finished torMason Jones and wife went to Cannel City Saturday on business Mnuie Skeins visited Gracie Colhuswothat Daysboro Sunday veitingissiyrd daye Georee SewuJlof Holly hast contracted Jacob Longs place for fOOOMrs MasonlntteRandMOllMrs Patrick of Cannel City is Masondat this place George Ann Ti ton and Gala Tipton visited Mrs Mat tie Nick ell Saturday evening hereNickellutJewel the little daughter of Al sickfordaughterIAsburyIa call Tuesday evening HazelGreenMrs Jane Long Tuesday herther boro Saturday and SundayI haabeenJAmyx Oakhasmother Walter Tipton and wife at this place Mrs E Skeins and daughter Miss Mollie visited her niece Mrs forkFridayMrs Morse Wilson of Insko anddaughterOsbornedplacestartedMondayMarch ROSE ATotI nllfHi Yw Rio Alrr t 1 1 theDSignature of a TRENT Aunt Sally Creech is very low at this writing with la grippe tookdiunerrdlandfamily FridayforsonSamHazelGreenPearliaPeJCryMiss Ella Miller of Stillwater OwenColdironTaylor Center of Pleasant Hill iiinJawWaltert nd1ncIsohoolAcrrdomyefolks over Suaday Miss Maggie Brown of Goaoey ville was visiting her uncle Joe placelast leftSundaycounty where they expect to look for a location Mr and Mrs Boons Centtcand HazelGreenplace Sunday and took dinner with lMrs GenevA Brown andMary viIited Barker and family Sunday The revival meeting which was BrewerBooneothers closed Sunday There was weeksMarchThorn are two things that tilwaytr attract a crowda dead wan anti alive snakeII l ffkJ tr j f THE HERALD L Enteredatthe otaceaasecondclasamatter Hazel Green Pollt i j SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY March 10 1910 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID B REDWINE Judge THOS C JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty- J C LINDON Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT W B DUFF Judge- S C G SAMPLE County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tat s ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District fco 1 Robert Rose tnird Frid in March June eptemoer and Dece bet District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Friday in February May August and November District No 3J M Reynolds second Friday in February May August and November District No 4 David Spencer first Frid in March May August and November District No 6 Prentonllollon second Friday j in March June September and December District No 61 W Combs third Friday in February May August and November District No 7 Shiloh Swango fourth Friday in March June September and December District No8John B Childers first Friday i in February May August and November COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE W SALLKY Sherifl J T CENTERAslessor-J CB LITTLEJailerSuperintendEsot J FRANK SAMPLRCoroner 7HAVING done nothing but filli bnster during the regular session the legislature is now talking about an extra session and doing their work THE fellow who has anything to sell does not complain of the high price he is asking j but when be buys anything he kicks at the price he has to pay THE congressional committee whom was referred the advisability of presenting Commander Pea ry with a gold medal for reaching the North Pole turned down a committee from the National Geographical society and told them more substantial proofs would have to be shown before any ac tion would be taken A PETITION is in circulation in Pennsylvania asking the legislature to establish a closed season fur muskrats The reason for this is found in the fact that in Penusyl yania and Maryland the flesh of highlyby1 possum is esteemed in the Bout Instead of hunting for tat hides the marsh sportsmen are now after food that brings a good price in the markets THE Winchester Democrat one of the best semiweekly publication in Kentucky changed haw March 1 Messrs Biehn Dono van who have had control for t past 20 years sold out to Tim Needham formerly of the WiJj liamstown Courier and Charles B 1 Nelson a native of Winchester And for several years he was con netted with the Democrat but 4morerecently has been in the gov ernment printing office at Washington D C THE first of the three prison bills the indeterminate sentence act hag passed both Houses of the General Assembly by decisive majorities the vote in the Senate be ing 27 to 5 and in the House 58 to seln tence law etYdietdes the question of gvlt or innocence t all felony cases except such call for life mprisonment or cap ital punish ent and the court iim poees the penalty in exact con i I Iftwte1 lli I BEACH HAROIS ia now an inmate penitentiarytclothed in gray uniform and wear I j I ing a gray cap He was delivered there Monday by a deputy sheriff of E till county and has enter i upon his life term of imprisonment for the murder of his father Judge James Hargis The Court of Appeals last fall upheld the finding of the Irvine Circuit court and many believed that he at once entered the penitentiary to serve his term of life imprisonment The Court of Appeals issued a mandate the latter part of In weekordering him to enter upon his sentence and its order was obeyed without delay Floyd and John Day uncles of the prisoner offeredany amount of bond at to pay for all the guards necessary if the officers conveying him prison would go by way of Jack sou so his grandmother and mot er could see him but the Estill officials declined all overtures and took him straight through The prisoner seemed quite cheerful and thinks he will some time be pardoned syWiiILE the March winds blowing dont grumble they are blowing out the winter and blowing in the spring ayH G4 Notes The U D society gave their weekly program Monday night Reports show that it was good Charley Seale who enrolled in school a few days ago had to ire- turn home on account of health We are sorry to say that Miss Hines whom we spoke of in the last issue has not returned for some reason Sigel Estep left for West Vir ginia one day last week where he- Ir will make his future home He leaves many friends at this plat Leonard Nickell of Daysboro YanceyHomethe attraction is one of our girls Otis Kash visited home folks Saturday and Sunday but we guess there was something a little more attractive than home fol Ben Davis Claib Cecil and Bruce SaturdayBruce gettinghistoQuite a number from this place DaysboroSunday ma and Mae Nickell Rhilda Wile EstepLeonardStanley Swango Two joined the church Sunday and were baptized Monday afternoon May peace joy and hap theybesaid If any man will come oft me let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me The writer wishes to say that he enjoyed reading Bro Derthicks letter to the editor in last weeks issue of THE HERALD Also wl to say for the students of Hazel Green Academy that they have dearhit ly in any way tired of Mr and Mrs Daniel Furthermore that the school is ont of the best in its his tory and is still growing The enrollment for the winter term reached 830 Again we wish to thank him for the work he did here and may he still hold to the i 4 UdeST hsM W Jones having sold his farm and decided to go west will i have a public sale of all his personal effects consisting of livestock farm implements household goods provisions etc tie Saturday 12th inst Jolly John j Pieratt will cry the sale and IfIj yon want fun or good bargains jdontR A Childers formerly of May i town has bought a farm of 120I acres from Mat T Hackney near 1 Jeffersonville in Montgomery 1 county the price paid being 5000 cash He moved there last week 1 with his family iWhen the people of this section ud fenaoover herself a mantle of white to the depth of about an inch a still it iig snowing IIf ike old adage buns oat to be true tfcijj Will ix Ii jafc 4 ffiles I r ii4 r lj Pertiieit Points IB the Thatcher Prisoi Report For ten years the two prisons have been n source of loss to thei stateThe nggregatedo j Accounts never have been kept adequately or accurately I IGuards under Warden Lillard paid and received fromcompensation prison con I j iFoodI tractors supplied improperly by Warden Lil lard was unsatisfactory Warden Lillurd divided profits with a prisoner who discounted orders of fellow prisoners stThere has beon an excess of corporal punishment at Frankfort ex cept under Chinn Prisoners have been whipped1 with unnecessary severity sodf ficiently heavy to inflict severe punishment- to Negroes are whipped on bare skin j whites over an undershirt ttA few women have received cor poral punishment at Frankfort Whipping at Frankfort annualI ly average 541 an average of 9860 lashes Warden Chinn was imbued with a high spirit of integrity The HogeMontgomery Company contractors improperly paid ofre25 per month for four months I Commieioners nnwisely coati n- l ued Madigan in the contract shop and in allowing him to represent the Warden at the administration of corporal punishment Contract labor system should be abolished Campaign assessments at theJ penitentiaries have averaged 4500 Per year and have been turned overI to the Democratic Committee The assessments in 1909 were diverted by Prison Commissioners Brown and McCutchen to the le islative races for the benefit of the campaignsforaB The HogeMontgomery Company prison contractors have contributed liberally to the Demo HeRecommendations of legislators control appointments to positions prisonII Commission Eli Brown ceived between 1200 and 1500 as fees for representing Armour Co who furnish prison supplies I J Louisville HelaldIj I ksNever Gambled or DissipatedI Hopkinsville KyForty years ago John T Courtney then a pyoung man and a favorite in theI community disappeared fro Hopkinsvile He had property and was a member of a prominent Christian county fami ly Nothing was heard of him until a few days since when a let ter from J L Yarbarough Peggs Oklahoma to Postmaster Breathitt announced thb death of Courtney on January 30 1910 The writer said he found the fol1 gripp Oc 25 1909 Realizing there is noJ recovererI thought I might as well write a statement in case my body shouldj be found by the roadside 1 know I am growing weaker and weaker and am liable to pass at anytime My name is John Turner Court- e6 ney aud I was born in Hopkiu- villa tl Christian county Ky in thej year 1843 November 13 I am single never having been married If my body should be found by the roadside bury me as I am j no hair cutting or shaving Bury me foverydaybox I have been industrious an economical in life gild desire iit practiced to the end I hove rev er dissipated nor gambled Respectfully J T COURTNEY Courtney leaves a brother and ITcircumstancesds IT Hever known why he left home I Jake Patrick Deal knowtgauger died at the Ripley distil lery four miles east of Lawrence burg on the 25th of February had been in the revenue sere vise a long time and was exceed ingly popular His remains were sent to Magoffin county his native home for interment He was well known Hazel Green and vicinity and while a staunch Republican he was always a great friend of THE HERALD He was paralyze- some years since and this was probably the predisposing cause of his death He had just been appointed U S deputy sheriff Salyerevilleudsucceeding his brother Asbury Patriot recently appointed U S Marshal for the Eastern District tr f Kenfocfy J jL ioiiioi Wonderful Story of a Woman About a Great Kidney Remedy Branchland W Va May 10 J909 Dr Khmer CoBinghamton NY I Gentlemen About one year ago J I wits taken to my bed with kidney trouble and remained for weeks an I iinvalid At times I suffered e 01 badly and the pain was so I I I had to scream I gradually b came worse and everything ns l done for me that was possible bnti I did not get any better I beca so bud I could not sit up in b and two doctors were culled i and after treating me for som time without helping me any tot d me mv only hope was to have ar operation An operation was perform d but soon after I beca worse than over and thought th the rest of my days would ho spent 5 in bed Friends whom my hus I band had written to in Portsmouth telling of my condition advisedl 1 him to get me Swamp Root He Ibought one bottle and from t ffirst I began to improve and i ttwo weeks I was able to leave t bed I took one more bottle a was entirely cured and able to my work around the house and 1 havo enjoyed good health to day Friends who knew of condition consider my cure remarkable and I never hesitate to recommend it You have permission to as you desire IIIYours very truly MRS D S WELLS Prove What SwampRoot Will Do For Yo Send to Dr Kilmer Co Bing hamton N Y for a sample bottleI It will convince anyone You will1 also receive a booklet of valuable jinformation telling all shout the kidneys and bladder When wr t jing he sure and mention THE HA XKL GREEN HERALD For sale at coatDout throw away and abandon your granite enameled or porce lain lined cooking utensils or dish peas just because there is a small hole in them Bring them to TilE ERALD office and see how neatly I fend cheaply they can be made good as new IarB 0DDortunitg I II offer for sale my residence consist jing of seven ronm cottage good lot and1 garden and outbuildigg One of th most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith sad general 1pair shop which is superior to anything furLtoolsIand supplies also equipped with power and machinery separatelyFor addressofMarch 11 Hazel Green Ky I FARM FOR SALE l ttt1 known as the Cruey farm All Somy I good and nearly all I land in grass Large orchardclearedIj ilI j dwelling 1teuantI 1 a attlparticulars RRFRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREESdEverything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN I ONE MILLION STRAWBERRY PLANTS No Agents Free Catalogues F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY oe0ecaooo nTLCBansWINCHESTER C N H WiTHEBsrooMPres W R SPHAB Cashier Paid Up Capital I 8100OOOoo Undivided Profits t 17000000 ofaover30000000 This bank solicits the accounts ol merchants farmers traders and bus inesl men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom moatUberaJtermslegitimatedloot21ye DR O H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY thecitaa88rroaDdulg conn dlictioaOliNk Sllut I 4 d yu SPRING WILL SOON BE HERB Iandwe are now closing out IourEntire Winter Stock at PRICESeIIadies Nce Underwear 25 and 39c 19ced15cn20CdLadies Black Underskirts 98c 454atLadies Tailored oats 350 tO 750 Childrens Coats 125 tO 350 l50c Pictures 39C 25c and oOc Post Curd Albums20 and 39C hnFancy Pillow Tops 20c hoHair Puffs 90c naThese Prices During February Only TROYmy IAZELGREEN ACADEMY ofaChristian Womans Board of Missions tA Special 1EACHERS RAINING COURfcK is offered which extends throught the Winter and Spricg Terms EXPENSESe 00eGood Board per week 200 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you For further particulars address M Q CARTER TiT TITrIT1QiJr Tr=pt = iP ==NC i I J MICKEY I Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe IJ fi No 224 W Short StreetV Lexington Kentucky L= = = 4tV = = a IrC T Rash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandise iJ J i CALL AND SEE THEMjj jl rti y 4 t F i I I w7 u ti Have One of DoctorIand I No sense in running from one doctor to another Select the best one then stand by him Do not delay but consult him in time when you are sick di Ask his opinioni of Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds Then use it or nor just as he sarsdV e pubinh our lormuUl n Vi ahanLh A fro our alcoholfi I ePs ere arz oanult doctor y ourT jXhnys keep a Cox of Ayers Pills in the house Just ore pill at bedtime now and use then will ward off many an attack of biliousness indigestion sick headache How many years has your doctor known these pills Ask him alt about them- yMliq yt1T F erCoLowel1Ma THE HERALD in Taylor Day is on a business trip to Torrent Winchester and Mttb Sterling James S Tester a student at the academy spent from Saturday until Monday at Campton B F Blanktnship of Demund allll- t visited his daughter Ranse at the home of A JBlankenship Sunday one Mrs John Will Taulbee was a j guest of Mrs Harmon Swango last i Sunday and spent a pleasant day alMGrassy near Salem for 1400 allaud for the timber thereon he got x25 extra of Aunt Peggy Little consort ofal Uncle Ned Little deceased is fur quite sick with la grippe and com plications iia Misess Lulu Perkins and Ethel I Ial Cecil young lady students at the i academy mada THE HERALD a Social I call Friday afternoon I Ctilldroo cry J FOR FLETCHERS I to CASTORIA Those who were converted at the I 1meeting at Laurel which closed t ISISllDdayis anticipatdIj I Charley and daughter Miss CarIII W I Iriespent Sunday with Mr and to Mrs John H Pieratt at Rittent I louse Ranchsli The meeting at Laurel church I which has been in progress for I j andjversions was the resulti I Coroner Frank Sample has de Itvlrloped as a veterinary surgeon last week doctored Harlan Trimbies roan horse several times with success a Miss Virginia Day was at Can nel City helping her sister Mrsb 1 Everttt Back nurse little Hattieg Day Back who has had a severe ij-IB spell of whooping c ughsThe next meeting of the Ceme 1 tery Association which will be the first Thursday afternoon in April will be held at Mrs M O Carters residence and all are requested to i I Attend Services were held at Consola i tion Sunday Revs Johnny Barker ffand Willis Lykins preaching Ther- wasi a good congregation several i young people from our town being in attendance 1 1 s warI= jItedjj- t ing and had to be helped to theEI house Dr Nickell was summon edtoseehim Miss Falay Long returned from ehkille s fDisplay of millinery for several dye due notice of which will ap Epear in these columnsIi Miss Ranse Blankenship of De and and Misses Ida and Glenn aQkenahip of Consolation v- igated B J1 M Lee and wife from Sat j f- y antil Monday and attendedI atr wouos Sa J r II u Some Excellent Work CI Our droppedg the academy a few days since jof was surprised to see the ele i gantworkbeingdone there Among bother offurniture ofVshippedtoat In tla1 which they have attained proficiency Lens I Swango Joseph Estep Carl Pratt 8andin practical joinery and they i have became almost adepts The I named told Our Man About that he had made a com plate set of furniture for his own working at old times and a table made entirely by Carl Pratt will IstbeIIs there at odd times will be of tries timable value to these young men the future and we advise that 1 they spend every spare moment thev cauIA New Shop George Rice the contractor and builder is now building a shop near his residence 16x32 feet and will be prepared henceforth to do classes of job work The build tingof which will be the workshop and the other will be used tor coffins caskets and wall paper a full supply of which he will carry at l times He will also be pre pared to make cotlitis to order at times In a shed in the rear his shop he will house his hearse t and have it ready for service at time be may be called upon it lit brief he will run an uptodate undertaking businessI connection with his carpenter repair shop and be solicitsI the patronage of the public for which he will be thankful A Dirty Mean Trick Of all the low down dirty thiev i ing we have ever been called uponI chronicle the following case iis the climax It will be remembered t that little George Rice died re cently leasing a wife and three children Saturday or Sun 1 some sneak entered the widows smokehouse and took every morsel of meat therein but drop ped a jowl in his or their flight e have heard of men low enough steal from the blind but even would net be as bad as to from a willow and her three little children The people thereabout should run down the miscre I ant and punish him or tbemtt I Ladies rimmed BatstSwan o tL Johnson have just I received a nice line of ladies F trimmed hats for spring which are beauties and the price is so extremely t low that it makes them very desirable They also hoc iinI very handsome line of ladie9II dress goods the latest fashions atu1Slj I fabrics while their line o- inghams ff calicoes domestics etc as fine as can be found InI when you need anything like ladies sled gent shoes at rock bottom prices try this firm att you will be satisfied with article and price every time Low prices their trade mark Death of Mrs Wilsoi Mrs Mariah Wilson wife of David Wilson who lives between dieeThursday last and her remai were buried Friday Mrs Wilson was a sister of Frank Johnso- Mrs I John H Pieratt and Mrs Mapel of our town and Mrs Clay Herndon who lives at AshlandI we believe Besides her husband leaves several children all whom are grown She was a goo woman an excellent neighbor and a Christian lady who will be mourn WieI son has our sincere sympathy iin his bereavement Several of Hazel Greens citizens attended the meeting at Daysboro chnrch Sunday where the services We conducted by Revs Hurl as forphy and Sebron Nickell A od sUed and well behaved co Igregation WM present and all ap ra qr adored the iBartief j 1 jtJJt 1 L0 Robert Cecil left Tuesday morning I for Cincinnati where he will purchase a righttothespot line spring and summer goods for Cecil Bros and he says cash will paid for everything so the discount can go to their customers R D Motley a prominent citizen of Ezel Morgan county paid News ollice a pleasant call this week He has been here several in days as the guest of John Stump W 11 JusticeBig Sandy News IThtl Educational Board of Wolfe county met at Campton Friday and Saturday and among other things made a now district at Greenbrier with the understand tug that the people of the district in a building for this year ISUPPI J McLin has ten fat shoats for sale They will weigh 100 to 135 pounds and as they are half i Duroc Jersey stock they are a very desirable lot Anyone wishing to invest in a good lot of shoats will do well to communicate withor see him at oncehDr Taylor Center traded a 200 acre farm he recently purchased Ifrom uponIthe waters of Rid river known as Fiolden Cox place to Dr Gtl 11 Center for his residence in Hac zel Groan and 21 acres of Reda river b ttom Mrs John Sebastian died at her home at Daysboro last Thursday night leaving a husband and five children to mourn her lose Mrsrl Sebastian before marriage was Miss Roxio Little a daughter of Harry Little and was a noble woman Her husband has the sympathy of all his neighbors and THE HERALD condoles with him in his bereave maul The sale of lots by John M Rose Saturday last proved very satisfactory The bottom land sold in lots brought 888 one lot near his stable sold for 157 and one at the lower end of his garden brought 249 50 a total of 1288 50I He did not offer his residence as advertised for the reason that he had made no arrangement about a place to go but it will be sold by and by Della Fern the little daughter of Roy Pieratt and wife who died February 20 was a very lovely h child one whom every visitor was attracted to Her loss to the par ants is almost irrepreble But they have the sympathy of all in their friends and TilE HERALD bids them look to Him who said Suffer little children to come unto me IOnr latchstnng always bangs on the outside and we extend a cor dial invitation to the public to call and see Have a chat with us and give us all the news you know we can in turn print it if fit for publication And especially would we ask our few delinquent sub i scribers to step in and see us when they are in town as a dollar drop ped into our till will help TIrE bedneeds and pay the printers sFor the last time we must call the attention of correspondents to the fact that they must sigu their right name beside their pseudonym to letters We have recently red ceived several which are apparent thenfuture will not publish them unless beenaimposed on several times by harmless looking country correspond ante and in the future all not properly signed will be coneigne- of to the waste basket without ado dJEslle Kash left Tuesday tor Tor rent where he will assist in invoicing the store of J T Day andII El Park Hotel Mr Howe who ran this hostelry a few years since has again leased the place and will build up Torrent as a resort Last year be had the hotel at Olympia If we are not mistaken his present lease of the Torrent Hotel is tc run five years and as he is a thorn ongh hotel man there is no qOeB1lI tion but he will cooo make it popular resort attI i i H KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collates sad Concisely Chroiiclei Petitions are in circulation asking the pardon of Henry Yontaey the only con victed conspirator in the Goebel assassi nationA atom of humanity weighing only two and onehalf pounds in the person of a girl baby was born last week Ashland I t Capt Same of the Lexington militia company had nine of the members placed in jail last week charging them I with insubordination Some ten days ago J T Gray of Louisville stepped on a rusty nail which brought on lockjaw causing his death in the city hospital Mad dogs have made their appearance several sections of the blnegrass country and stringent measures are being taken to prevent an epidemic During the past year there were inspected in Kentucky factories containing 72626 employes of whom there were 59K34 men 6886 women 1956 boys 1790 girls and 1310 foremen After a census taken by a prominent lady with the assistance of her the Catlettsburg Tribune an ounces that there are over eighty widow in that city aud the census was made from memory without canvassing Curt Jett the Breatliitt county desperado who iis serving life sentences in pen for assassinating James B Mar and James Cockrell several yens- go in Jackson has given notice that he will make application for parole April 12 After being out two days the juryre I turned a verdict of guilty fixing the sentence at life imprisonment in the- ca I of Frank Crabtree charged with killing and then bnrning the body of Andy Ramsey in Fulaski coun ty Ilast December Fire originating in the rear of a furni ture store in Georgetown destroyed the building and a stable adjoining Seven horses were cremated and the watchman who was asleep in the furniture store was saved with difficulty having been nearly suffocated by smoke Loss 18000 with some insurance Charles McFarland a dairyman was saved from drowning in milk by by slanders who witnessed the accident- A street car in Lexington struck and overturned the wagon be was driving was stunned by the fall and bystanders dragged him from under the debris in the nick of time While the old tollhouse at Parks Ferry Nicholas county Wild being torn down an old box containing 2150 in silver was found The highest denomination was fffty cents the lowest was three cents and the newest piece of money bore the date of 1857 The old ouse had not been used for many years According to prearranged plans Robert Lynch of Washington and Miss Pansy Pennington of Nicholasville met the county clerks office at Danville last Thursday and were married They had only 5 minutes in which to catch their departing train so Judge Coulter accommodated them by tying the knot in 40 seconds Using an unloaded t gun as a weapon two little boys in Clark county were playing squirrel When it was the turn of Evan Tuck the 9year ear son of El wood Tuck to be the squirrel he climbed a tree and his companion snapped the gun It went cff the charge entering Young Tucks abdomen death resulting in a few hours Walter Jones aged 20 years was last week sentenced to eight years in the penitentiary for the killing of Theodore Shrout in Hath county last July They bad been attending a church meeting andwere both under the influence of liquor when they engaged in a quarrel about a young lady which resulted in Jones killing Shrout A 1500 pound steer was found in the ice house on James Martins farm in Nicholas county In some way the steer had fallen in and had slipped down a distance of ten feet between the ice and the wall of the pit He was with difficulty removed his limbs being temporarily paralyzed by the cold but other wise no worse for his coldstorage experience 10dSpencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Sir You will please find en closed check for one dollar for which please send me THE HERALD another year aud oblige Yours MILT LYKINS R F D 6 THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS Mother Grays Sweet Powders for Chit dren a Certain relief for Feverishi eu Headache Bad Stomach Teething Disor den move and regulate the Bowels and de strops Worms 1 hey break up Colds in 24 hours They are no pleasant to the taste and harmless as milk Children like theta Over 10000 tatlraootxb of setae They never liI Bold by all Drugfista 3Vs Ask today Pnat accept asjr aalutrtattl CENTA1kgeHtable similatittgth lbadatxl u tfngUeSto sasdB d INFANTS CHILDREN PromolesDigpsfionJChfftW nessand RestXontalos neitu OpiumMorphine nor braI NOT NARCOTIC W1f1Zl11TJJ1JJ iJIdtIrttitsi Ape Remedy for Ctms6pa ion Sour StoraxhDlarrbea Worms jConvulsHHisfevTrist nessandLossOFSLEER FacSinde Signature of NEW YORK At fa months old 35 DOSES 35CENTS F y Exist Copy of Wrapper For and Total 00 The Following Iltt of Stockholder Who Own and Control E F Cecil farmer Hazel Green J P Rose farmer Hazel Green J B Elkins farmer Lexie It A Rash farmer Gillmore- O W Cecil farmer Hazel Green Hen Murphy farmer Hazel Green- J 1ieratt farmer Hazel Green J mine owner Hazel Green- F M Phillips farmer Hazel Green J M Cecil farmer Hazel Green- J Cecil farmer Mt Sterlinz terlingW CASIORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always 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inspection fURSoQ1LIIdllI4 I- AND HIDES IJInst Rage VW rAIl na BY lIaS JD DES 01 4=tiiT gNll 1 I P rfr t 4a s iiM fi1 i or + i tj vfivei of Heart Trouble Cured by Dr Mlle Heart Remedy IBefore I began taking Dr Miles Heart Remedy I had been suffering from heart trouble for over five years I had pains in my left side and under myII 1 1shoulder blade could not sleep side and was so short 1 1of breath the least exertion 1 1wouldbring on the most distress ing palpitation I had scarcely taken a half bottle of the Heart i Remedy before I could see a marked change in my condition When I had taken six bottles I was cured MRS C C GORKEY Northfield Va If there is fluttering or palpi tation it is an indication of a weakness of the nerves and muscles of the heart It is not necessarily diseasedjust weak from overwork The heart may be week just the same as the eyes stomach or other organs You can make a weak Dart strong by taking Dr Miles Heart Rem edy Get a bottle from your druggist take it according to di rections and if it does not bene fit he will xeturn your money AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY THE- rr TOLEDO BLADE i TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the UnIted States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade morn popular than at any period of its remarkable career It is now read each week br more than a million people Ita field is not circum scribed br State boundaries but involves the length and breadth of the United States giving it an unquestionable right ot claim lag to be the greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a fatally ofitspnblisherhas ican home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it isjkept clean antljwholesome The news of the world is handled in a com prehensive manner and the various depart meals of The Blade are edited with pains taking care The Household page is a delight to the women and children current affairs are treated editorially without preju dice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greating number of fic a ascra4sa umns are conducted with the purpose of Igiving the patrons a medium tor the ex change of ideas and information on farm topics No department is neglected bul every feature is taken care of with the idea of making The Blade worth many times the price ot subscription one dollar a year Sample copies mailed free Address THE BLADE Toledo Ohio ILuFcttkm Tallow BMWU Citutnx CoLIeaScaJYdowRoodMQApple Witl Giacer sic We ax dealers j LalfaUlllllr7iaLcuiniIIead t6weCOBBMO sinsil os LconiDi Write far weekly t tpeialiusadelaptia tap H label alt bans DI L Market It LttHSHLLE KY GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER i HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse r and will attend all burials when isr25tf GEO RICE 4 KLLTHCOUCH AM CURE THE LUNGS t KingsN x FOI FroC3fgl I1MllDHTIOU8LES LATI8FAoToiOB DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky MM LOU DAY Proprietor Seat taJHe face in Eastern Kentucky A anditedktrvel se- r l tr i A MISSISSIPPI EDITOR Makes This Appeal to Delinquent Subscribers Fish down into your pocket and dig up dust the editor is hungry and the paper but to bust weve trusted you several months and did it with a smile so just return the compliment and trust us for u while Our wife she needs some stockings and baby needs a chess Jimmy needs some breeches and so do Kate and Boss Pud is on the hog train and Peggy sick with grief gosh almighty cant you give a man relief Shell out those nickels and turn loose tho dimes turn loose and whistle and well lnve better times there will he fewer patches on the bosom of our pants and Wed make the paper better if wo had half a chance Dont give us that old story long gone to seed bout taking more papers than the family want to road but help to teed the printer and hell help the town to grow and thus escape the sulphur in the regions down beJow An Awful Eruption of a volcano excites brief interest and your interest in skin eruptions will be as short if you use Buck lens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst llois ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by i Best for burns cuts bruises sore lips chapped hands chilblains and piles It gives instant relief 25c at all dealers and Bad Our is Our Dad Heres to YouI We in a home the other night and over the parlor door saw the logeud worked in letters of red What Is Home Without rose the was another brief God Bl whats the matter with God Bless Our Dad lIe gets I up early lights the lire boils an egg and wipes oil the dew of the I lawn with hts hoots while many a niithcr is He snakes the weekly handout for the butcher I the grocer tho milk man and the baker and his pile is badly worn bf ire he has benn home an hour I If there is a noise during the night dad is kicked in the back and made to go down stairs to find i tho burglar and kill him Mother darns the socks but dad bought the socks in the first place and the needles and the yarn Mother does up the fruit well dad bought it all and jars and sugar cost like tho mischief j theji self and draws the neck from the ruins after everyone elso iis served What Is Home Without a Mother l Yes that is all right but fatherIfetifather is under a slab I and the is Ah widow i Dad heres to yon3 ouvo got your faults you may have lots of I emLint youre all right and we I will miss you when youre gone Mammoth Coastwise Steamship City of Montgomery February 28 at News Va the Ocean Steam ship Company of Savannah launched their new vtssei City of Montgomery Miss Helen Camp Steiner daughter of Major Robert E Steiner of Montgomery Ala who is one of the directors of the Central of railway the ship as she left the was Next month her sister ship City of St Louis will be each steamer will start on its maiden voyage during tho early sum mer Great wide decks nearly fifty feet across from rail to rail with dining saloons an unobstructed view of tho ocean sheltered decks and eun decks rising forty feet above the surface of the ocean form only a few of the attractions of the City of Montgomery and the City of St Louis A lengthof over 100 feet and a tonnage of 6200 make these twin steamers the very essence of comfort and safety between the and the southern ports Both the City of Montgomery and the City of St Louis will enter the service of the line early next summer They will leave the com panys New York pior at three oclock in the afternoon and arrive at at daybreak the second day Likewise will leave daybreak Permanent Quick Cure No After Effects Terms are- Reasonable Every Patient Our Guest Treatmentis No Barred Doors or Windows happened aMothertic roomI HomeNow slopping afterward inghousft landlady New Monday Newport Georgia christened launchedand allowing northern Savannah Savannah thereafter We desire to call your attention to our Sanitarium treatment for the cure t Whiskey Morphine Opium Cocaine and all drug habits We send out no Home Cures None of ibcni are success Every one must come to our tmityritmi where we ate prepared to handle this class of dUcati and where we Murder Will Out In a county seat in one of the middle western states dwelt a lawyer who after a practice of thirty years had accumulated cc mpe tence and retired Being a man of much moro than ordinary abilI itv an excellent speaker enter taining decided political views and enjoying the confidence of the community he was urged by his friends to run for Congress He refused In vain they pointed out the fact that a nomination would be equivalent to an election and pledged themselves to secure his nomination He would not listen them A mite high in political councils of the state came to see him and added his persuasion You ought to take that office ha said It might lead to some thing higher You would make a national reputation Thats what I am afraid of What do you mean by that Well answered the lawyer hesitatingly I will tell you but it is in strict confidence It must not go any further Many years ago when I was young and inex perienced I published a small volume of original poetry So far as I know there is not a copy of that book in existence now but one would turn up in some corner of the world if I were to run for j office and the papers would print extracts from it I wouldnt have that happen for a million dollars No sir nothing doing Fully nine out of every ten cases of rheumatism is simply rheumatism of the muscles due to cold or rheumatismIternal treatment All that is needed to afford relief is the free ap j plication of Chamberlains Lini- mentI Givo it a trial You are certain to be pleased with the quick relief which it affords Sold by nil dealers Believe nothing you hear and only half of what you see says bearIlatest bit of scandal Never con dtmu your neighbor unheard how ever many the accusations which I may bo preferred against nim Every story has two ways of being told and justice requires that you I should hear the defense as well as the accusation and remember that the malignity of enemies may place you in a similar predicament Stubborn as Mules aro liver and bowels sometimes i seem to balk without cause Then theres troubleloss of appetite i indigestion nervousness despondency headache But such troubles fly before Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best stomachand i liver remedy So easy 25c at all dealers 1 f a I NO CURE a perfect curt in every case within ten days to two weeks for the liquor habit and for tic diug habit two to three weeks t room and attendant and not exact cue cent CULl ensatian until the patient is cured and ready to return borne We do not sendour home wreck witha hovaewhateveryou costs you nothing to you see you have to gain and nothing to lose NO PAY A l Avoid Danger I When you are sick or suffering from any of tfci troubles peculiar to women dont delaytake daft I forIQi F- II been benefited Why not youIf Dont take anjr i chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttri4 I remedy for women of all ages a TAKE I i J 1i 1 i J 1y It Will Help You 1IfetI years triedmany without relief I had pains all over my body and at times Icoril not sit up At last I took Caj dui and now I can do my wI have toldmany ladies about Cardui and recommend it to ill grT women itAT ALL DRUG STORES t THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky WHOLESALE DryGoods and Notions Always in slack a well selected line Orim fillet proffipHy and wilb aa i t 1 r T Letter Heads- Statements I Bill Heads Envelopes Cards Anything and everything in the way of highgrade commercial printing Our assortment of job type is complete our press facili ties of the best and our workmen true typographical artists This tells all the story of our for doing job printing of the right kind at the right prices It w ltdlEr- tvelesBill Heads- fStateffientt If Letter Heads 11t I u 444o444441v4Ve Give a Positive Guaranteed Cure for Liquor j1 Morphine Cocaine Chloral and All Drug Habits 1 i specially guarantee howlongLiquoraddiction upWheneverything remedial u facilities II Trained Nurses Fine Service Excellent Table Well Furnished and Well Ventilated Rooms Our Sanitarium is the finest in the State and ladies need not hesitate about coming to us as they are attended by a lady none and they will be shown nothing bat the most constant and cour teous attention buantxttplacequMLionsIf eatiresatisfactioni cheerfullyany reason to we can not do we claim write uthfactionIfwe would appreciate a letter from you Remember our Sanitarium ia private and correspondence held confidential Write us for terms stating history of your case as nearly as possible Yours very truly A Beaitirol Place for Best and Hecnpera tieL Every Modem Improvement+ HORD SANITARIUM SHELBYVILLE INOft8PlacftHlLltW aH fc rite n