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I It v r r HERALDfMarch 41tl85 Made iamoualn the Btor ofJonathanandHlsOonttnentbyDfaCketl p cJrCBRCOOIRlCTJA InI h T n 11 rand e Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quod Paper the Kent r Nountatns si100 a Yli II AmcllI II 1wd 24 1910 T AIIIICIII 1 lotion and Eastern Railway i Table In Effect Jane 21 fixe 1908I WEST BOUND ol fSOo NuS iuudayVAT1OTSwidayuuday AMLvelMLvei AMLve Iatkron jjti IUaw I 2 YU p1 iUUaW- OatUoact Ii 151w I 2 2ii IUI5I1w Jc 7t7 lOW zU 7l nw jt0ve 13 41 6l5aui311 flneDL lit Bridge 7 Ii IIWII 3 ot IIWI Za au- iCpton JL 7 4J 3 67 b s IIW- IIaIWIIi j a 15 hiu j 4 20 1w NJrt aw- Wl billyyLagJuacn Wam b Ui pn aw- 1ViJIChelef IIJ 12 am 5 20 pa IUIa- wluteaa 55am j u5 psi JofIIlW EAST BOUND BO21I STATIONS IilJaUyand ot I t i nIjIA51Lre1 I awtt38P1 Jtucucter Ol a 13 aw- t4S PtlsEJuucuuu j jI b 2d pm- 5j Llay t y 112 tWopuu40 U1tII01i 5S put H 9 10 am 4 W 101 JilUllOIl 9 3S Im 35 pwi57Aat 9 t3 am4 JUlltuIIti 447 pnI6 j 9 56 am Vi 10 1 am5le pm e 4 US le vjvjuueJ HIIl 15 U am am r CONNECTIONS 1t EJlM1lUIIILb Nol land m make tuuuecucu wuL the L A JJUy Jor lit Sterling lL CAMPTOS JUNCTION Trains No 1 2 iiUd 4 connect will the Mouutaiii C utral Jtj tor Piue Ridge nod Catupluu- BIATTYVUK JCatstu6rains No will make connection at Beattyville June with the L and A Kailway bur pasbeugeni loud from Ueattyville- 04KJCNCTION Trains Noa 3 and 4 connect with the O i K Railway tor local rtxtiona on the O A K Railway W A MclOV tLL Ueuerai Manages OHAfl JCOatUenf Agent I I b j i D nutuKi Ba Wag lime Table May 21 I9O6 I WEST BOUND Ko33 S No 21 aiIeL = STATIONS = Daily ex eandayIIj i Sunday PJLAEE 0 27 PMABK 5 20 6 Cannel City22 1 35 4 55 11 Helechaw i20 12 19 + 45 13 Lee Chyh3 12 13 4 11 51 i 3 11 44- S 0520juamponlll HIS S I 1105 EAST BOUND Ho 34 S No22I f Dally tr oI STATIONS = Daily nSundayto Bty f f AULTK PiMLvK 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 is 19 Lee City 11 123 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 61If 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 a KM 21 and 22 will make clpie connectioi r It 0 ct K Junction with Ne 3 and Wilts on the Lexington and Eastern 1 s7 M L CONLEY Superintendent AiHialQ Central RaiiioaHI f 1 No 2 IWo ARRIVE I s mCampton1130 am r i 200 p mCampton GrOOpm- II No2 No1- I 1 1KEIVE DEPART 780 amCampn JanclO 05 am I 380 pmCampn Juno 4 40pm f The Mountain Central makes pasrBaFa BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON KYof NFORMS the citizens of Wolfe and s L the adjoining countie that he carries rJRae of Coffins Caskets Burial Cloth jjM eierything necessary to put away styleJspecialsupplied on 2 rkwHi notice finest made if ordered Trams and backs furnibhed funerals 410 can fill orders for tombstones Ac OEtVELL C ttOS- ENotaryl Public sr STILLWATER KY ln hit proftMionsl nnlett to rUb Bi of age eovitr sad olieiu the patrosif et eztelAltaa lr uJrJo u r 1iI1i interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends BELKNAP Mahala Aruptt visited friends on the river Thursday daughteisr Uncle Isaac Bitch visited James Cruse at Burkhart Sundny They are hauling again from the mill on the head of the cree South MjKiulnv and fDunag Osa Byrd and family of Grassy crook passed through here movi to the Audy Wilson place I IJames Craso and S M Lindon trip to Breathitt and Ma1 I gotlin counties to buy horses Boone Dunn purchased a mule from Tayl r Williams of Cow creek but we failed to learn th priceMrs Clay Uudd and three children I are very sick Dr Hurst of Lee City attending He reports hers as a very bad case March 21 COPKKK 2Saved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot andj shell in the civil war was more KempTexI doctors said was consumption hI contracted a stubborn cold he writes that developed cough I that stack to me in suite of oil1 rabn down to 180 pounds Thou I be gal to use Dr Kings New Discos sty which completely cured me I now weigh 178 pounds our coughs colds la grippe asthma hemorrhage hoarseness croup whooping cough anu lung trouble its supretae 50c and 100 TrialI bottle free Guaranteed by allI dealers CANNEL CITY Gardening seems to be the ante thing on the program- BroCanllrdofJacksonprAach ed two iuteiesting sermons here SundayEsq Sebastian iis somewhat better at this writing Hope he willI soon be out again John Easterling exclerk of Elam Bros has purchased property here and moved to it Mrs Luther Shears had the mi fortune of being thrown from horse seriously spraining her ankle E E Elam andrife took a horse back ride Sunday and calledI on Mrs Watson Mrs Easterling and others Mathbliss Lula Nickell of Hazel Green is noticed among us 11 guess she is visiting her cousin Mrs Everett Bach Robert Lykina was killed in the Brushy mine last Friday by a piece of slate falling on him The elate was 24 feet log 4 feet wide and 18 inches thick He leaves a wife and one child March 21 RUTH Fully nine out of every ten cpsee of rheumatism is simply rheum tiara of the muscles due to cold or dampor chronic rheumatism neither of which requires any in ternal treatment All that is need ed to afford relief is the leap application of Chamberlains Linii m nt Give it a trial You are certain to be pleased with the quick relief which it affords Sold by all dealers DEMUND eeDavid C Cox has received his new gasoline mill 9Aunt Betsy Blankenship w has been quite ill for some tim iia improving slowly Ro rend wife of Hazel Gree were viiiling friends and relatives at this place Sunday Arthur Graham left Wednesday for Lexington where he has ac C ptQa a position as bookkeeper Fira broke oat on the farm of W P Halaej last Saturday and de+ roledl screwJ panejf of Ifter i items early 10 theywill reach our if not later timiiTuesils morning officeI willnotimIorlance iflPSlRndpaper only I Rause Blankenship who lit s been attending school at H G A i is visiting home folks during va cattail Stplla Wilson visited her uncle Saturduy churchSalem MkClure of II G A were vieitil placeduringe Jegevening anus John ie no boy fur nonsense a match is expected soon Emma verylonelyhome ii Kansas I think the bir would like to tales a light andI light in Harvey county John Sebastian of Cannel1 Citv passed through her fOU route to Green ChaiiHyV AH the horse traders seem to cullon Uncle Green as ho is HII old experiencedI trader and if the buys dont wat he will send them home aloot Golda the charming daughter of James Tipton and Willie Byrd seem to be enjoying each other 9 company very much as Willie makes frequent calls and long stays A wedding ia expected by the first ot May but if not so soon not later than the middle of June Nelse Chaney and son Russnll1 made a trip to Gillmore recently on a trading expedition and Sal being sucha flue trader his son seems to b after him lastatoras he purchased the eu of 6 and carried it home in h pocket and said to his mother growIMarch 21 MOUNTAIN BOY An Awful Eruption intpresttJ your eruptions will be as short if you use Buck tens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst boils ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by it Best for burns cuts bruises i sore lips chapped hands chilblains and piles It gives instant relief 25c at all dealers- CILLMORE a n HartaPearl Ely and Lizzie Goso went to Jackson lust Wednesday Erwin Carson was the guest off J W Burchain Thursday night G A Fenska returned last Sun day to his home in Muncie Ind Easter services will be conduce od here next Sunday by Rev Jaa MaddenG Johnson of Daysboro was in this session Thursday d i ing some business Cartey and Martha Ely went to church at Stillwater Sunday and report a fine sermon Mrs Millie Fenska ant little son Earl made Della Nickell a pleasant visit Sunday evening MaudeCecil returned Saturday from Jackson where she had been having some dental work done March 21 DAISY Are you frequently hoarse Do you have tbafamnoyiug tickling in your throat Does your cough Annoy you at night and do you raise mucus in the morn1g Doy want relief If BO take Chambe- lains r Cough Remedy and you will be pleased Sold by all dealers JIFFCRSONVIUE hoMoving is the order of the day illeat this writing Bodine Shultz attended charch at Spruce Sunday Roe Steven and wire called ou R A Cbilders and family Tues day evening Lawrence Kratcher of Spencer was calling on Miss JJattie Sbultt Sunday eraoiog I Hrs Roe Asa Gibb iie fetJ low j v Cif1R with consumption and not ox pected to live long M T Hackney of Frenchburg passed through here Sonday en rote to Mt Sterling I k ClarInfof Sunday night Misses Grace Cbilders and Mat euterItainedRamsey Sundays social was given Wednesday night at the home of Miss Etnelj Trimble in honor of Stirs Sallie Trimble of Camargo Tnere w a a large crowd of young people s all report a fine time Mar 21 BLUEEYED ROSE Stubborn as Males are liver and bowels sometimesIi TheeIn theres trouble loss of appetite deenantdt trallhldf fly Kings New Life Pills the wrrJds best stomach a liver remedy So easy 25c at dealers isLANDSAWlion J M Tester was in Jackson on business Henry Dalton and John Burc field have been on the sick list Robert Tackett who has hose at his saw mill ou Holly for son e time was at this place Saturday chGreen Swang a very brig boy of this place and a SOD Hiram Swaugo will enter H G TUlsdayII I Fulks and family at Stillwater i Saturday and Sunday I I John B Tanlbee thinks spring j is here and that farmers shun J get ready to plant their stuff He sefi farming conmle1e l GilIfI bwadI a game among the home boys Arthur and Otis Kash Howa Halsey Rollin Combs John Brew er and James Tester came in from I H G A Otis Howard and ROIII lin will return for the spring IItheIII that he forgot to write He will i try not to commit the same of fence again It must be an of I fense judging from the log of THE HERALD readers her 0ter Several of the boys in this sec tion are hunting jobs at public works Why is it they will doI this Always seal at the end I the month and nothing laid up rut winter Boyer stay on ii exI 1 farm and have plenty next year Miss Mary Ieadea teacher at H G A accompanied Miss Zuda Chambers home and remained1I over during vacation Both Ila themselvest at horse back riding this morning They will return to Hazel Gre thisevenmgIoAmong the visitors from ttm utside that were here during the I poet week were Wm Shackelford Frozen Jerry Childers Campion i George Combs Malaga and 1Yi lie Ed and Ben Buchanan r Stillwater The traveling menI hate been too numerous to nom March 21 ANON Medicines that aid nature IUDi always most successful Chamber Iains Cough Remedy acts on thisI plan It looueus the cough re laves the lungs opens the secre lions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by all dealers oilMAIITOWN R A Day is on the sick Hat Miss Maude Wilson was a guest of Miss Anna Pioratt i Mill CP Dennis wan palling 011 j Mrs Rachel Clark Sunday t James Little took a nice bunch of cattle down to Mt Sterling Green Banks and family moved into a hones ou Taylor Rations j farm Mils Etta May Hill was a truest of Misses Stella and AniiS Clark S JMissesJ phi were guest of Ella Murphy ftauday ereninc T 1+ = Han Blue oved Rose come hlfllrfroUl hehH1t1t Everybody invited to attend RndRoyof HInr 01iIygoininge Snndny We guess Miss Maude iia the attraction Aunt Nuncy Spradling former herdj SSprading habeenl Green Academy came hums lust Thursday to ppend vacation John ChilIn and wife and platdwere viitingI James Ingram anhfamily Saturday and Sunday haallI e Rollie Murphy at Murphy for hornThnrsdavbI tytonparentsb I SUIldayMarch 21 BLACK BYESII htHow Good Hews troveA1 I I KyI9 I j y I everyIj the stomach regulate the kidneys iJand bowels stimulate the liver iinvigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders or weak rundown men and women I restoring strength vigor and Health thatb a daily joy Try i i I bIers rdMURPHY FORKfGranny Lawson died Sunday Old age is supposed to be the causeII Two or three children of J Pieratt have been sick Dr Taylor 1 Cunler attendingwJ H Miller of Landsaw was 1on the creek Sunday and took iin III the singing aoheoII spanrt J duughI Mrs Lizzie Murphy selfIe spent Sunday at the home of their fleaofr Pleasant Hill Beauty fashion and song birds filled the seats at the Ben Murphy school honae Sundiy The sing ing school is still in progress Only twice in ten years has Ben Murphy missed taking cattle t the Mt Sterling market This time he sold out at his home enMrs Easter Miller and dough Ora and Mrs Mahala Arnett of Lee City spent from Friday uutil Sunday as guests of Mrs Lizzie Cecil daofe Good preaching and singing will awgetheattea are expected Monroe Stamper the famous presoher farmer and bee man has moved from Steve TutU on Rocky branch to a cottage ou Ben Mur phvs farm March 21 POET Deaiaess Caatot te OuM by local application M they cannot rear the diseased portion of the ear There iU nal dealuess and that stconstitutional IbyIotioftheEuatachiaatube When this tule orlImperfectI leafuess u tbeIIIa Inflammation can be taken out and this tube j restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever sine coca out Ma art caused by catarrh which lanol log bat n flamed condition of tbeareaa urfaeyWe will gin One Hiodrcd Dollars for j soy cup of OtaiitM cinied by catanb kf cared Balls Caiarr hCngeld IEPTeke flail Vtm 11 r Pin tot r w f1tloaI 1 7 t i 7 r Y Lor a auaaA Uil SELLAffS TaneByrdWillie Patrick enjoyed dinner at Uyrd Conleys Friday sisterMattie HolJieOsborneSouth Stamper of Cannel City Mondry MrsSarahFriday Ollie Nickell and Shouce Amy CannelityWilley Wilson who has been repotted whobougnth placehU8Miss Joce Gose who has been very ill with pneumonia is reported somewhat better Mesdnmes Laura Holloa and SalliehasCNickellfor andPntriukM madefrsreturn home PAvsYFChamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets are safe sure and reli bythousall1sbeen restored to health through their propertiesTOLIVER Miss Emma Cox was a guest of her brother James Cox a few days Mrs Albert Lackey was visit BiggMrs Lucy Sweeney of Frozen creek is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A B Laudrnm Robert and Jack Cox who hove been in Middletown Ohio for homeSSirs 1 L Honaker who has beeu ill for some time is some hat better at this writing AuntJudalYillaoffaselGreenn re11rtivesi paJtfewRoy McNabb was seen going in the direction of Big branch Sun day We presume there issoraa tbaLdirectionMarch 21 SUNSHINE Chamberlains Stomach and Jar bringreliilftoconstipation headache bilious ness dizziness BaJlowneBa of the illsTRENT Enard Trent of this place lefts tor Middletown Ohio Sunday Howard Miller of Stillwater passed through this section last Sunday Rev Hoy Crawford held services at the home of J D Edwards and family Sunday night Rev Doc Stamper of Gillmore andfsoMrs John Wallace of Coq pla JoeBrownrecentlvMre illnsuhtlaumns is improving nicely HermonhonGillmoreopped and baled 109 bales for J BarkerMrs Barker acconpa nied by her jtranddtughter ali Mary Belle Barker of Neolai waJ guest of Taylor Vaucleavo and nntilMonday Cklout throw away and Abandon porrelain pans just because there iis a small ole in them Bring tbm to Txf rstlryantigmd as new THE HERALD Rnteredatthe Hiixel Green Pollt omceas + econdelnsmatter I it r SPENCER COOPER HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY March 24 1910I J OBITUARIES TRIBUTES of RESPECT I Iand ardof Thanks must he paid for in advance to insure pubt lirnlioll WULfE COUNTY COURT DIRECTOR- WOLFS COURTtDtcro BREDWISEJudge- Tuns CIoil sos Commonwealths Atty J i IINDOK Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septeui Iiher WOLFE COUNTY COURT W R DUFF Judge ISAMFLK County Attorney IEOBERT L CAUKOIL Clerk Meets first Monday iu each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets in April tirst Tucs ay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District oIRobert Rose nird Friday in March June repteuiiier and Decen he- rDiatrictNocRobert Brooks fourth Friday i in February May August and November District No 311 Reynolds second Friday i in February May Angust and November District No IDaIoII Spencer first Friday io March May August and November District No 5 Preston Hollon second Fri1j day in March June September and December District No 61 W Comb third Friday in February May August and November District No 7 biloh Swango fourth day iu March June September and cember District No8John B Childers first Frii Jay in February May August and November COUNTY OFFICIALS GEORGE WSALLKY She rift J1 CENTER Assessor J C B LITTLE Jailer SuperintendentKSurvnyorJ Easter Easter of all holidays is the most significant for it symbolizes the widespread nay almost universal i belief in the immortality of the soulthe belief which most of all makes life valuable the hope which helps men forward from day to day and cheers the as they toil on the monotonous plane of routine and materialism For always before their eyes gleams the rosytipped peak which tells of purer heights and which shines always with tale radiance of a sun entirely submerged front the mortal view At Eastertide the serious and thoughtful think of the glorious promise of the life to come made certain through the Resurrection Nature is alive withI the glad tidings of life revivedj After slumbering for months un der frost and snow with the a proach of the gentle spring there is a great quickening To natures analogy add the truth of revelation and mans hope for life b yond is assured It has been well said that mans longing for immortality is inhere ent Men are born into this life with that fond anticipation beyondImpelledof ancient times to speak and inspiSocrates amongthecourage to Cicero in the Roman regardedbylater made manifest by the ap peatance of our Savior Jesus Christ who hath abolished death and hath brought life and immortal gospelTher tality it should be noted XB that of prolonged existence up an planThe givtheor 8ervice1mpelled tolivethe future is the harvest of the present They realize that the eternal years of God belong to righteusuesThei s on and unravels all the apparent y hopeless enta m of earl and time It JIB worth wBile to live to fight to labor to wait and Menchope and p tieuco for they real ize that Jiff goes ou forever low fall new with new earneatueM jjtiid power Itjo well that ones a vear the f 1 9 f I Jf y joymbolism of Easter brinca horn e anew the lesson that men if they I I will may oerleap the barriers that their own errors and weak JII ness have created and emerge inII to u fuller and higher life crown edwith the assurance of iimmor- tality GARDENS IN WOLFE COUNTYI A Present Help in All Hogandl Hominy Troubles and a Great- r Aid to Good Living I To the Editor of TilE HAZEL GREEN HERALD Every now and then I see in TilE HERALD that some thoughtful subscriber hus editor and hisremembered the better 15lh with a helpin of gar flpn sass and I know that there must he garden in Wolfe county i But how many are there Hu t v- ly couuY I I I eat hog and hominy th i j I toothsome and heathfnl garden sass I am particularly interestt ed in the mountain people being i ii educated in what to tat rather j thou what to read and Iam try ing to inculcate the doctrine ofI I garden suss as against hog andi hominy It may be that every farmer and householder in the town and corn I I beII j hasten to apologize I need education myself 15ut I do not believe from what I know of mountain people that one in ten has such a garden as he could have if he worked the ground a little Hug and hominy cornea a good deal easier and the average mountaineer is taking things jnst as easy us he can more the shame to him I shall not go into any argument in favor of gardens and what they will produce to the bettermtut oflet the human digestion and the bet ter health of the individual but I TDeHE HERALD what proportion of the people of Wolfe county have good gardens I remember on one occasion vis itinu the famous Hazel Green Fair but 1 do not recall thug tho vega table exhibit was anything to boast of I also remember very distinct ly that at Aunt Lou Days tavern I got as 1Ue eating BB I ever stuck a tooth into in thn mountains but it was not vegetable eating 1 am sure there was not a bite of salad anywhere on that generous board r and yet a salad is one of the sitn plest and most healthful combinations that a stomach can get o side of By the way how mat people in Hazel Green and 110 county have salad with their di 1ner Ill bet most of them thi a salad idi some mysterious and complicated dish that nobody short of a ten thousand dollar cook can put up and yet it is so simple that any wonan in Wolfe county sou learn how to make a good one in ten minutes even if she had nev seen one in her life ButaaIea before I am not arguing for gar deus How many are there m Wolfe countygood ones I mean Yours W J LAMPTON New York City March filth nO u NOTICEPTo All OTetteers of the Pnh Roads in Wolfe Canary reI hereby call your attention to your duties in regard to your sec tion of roads as the time of ye jjt piadkeIn a rule against you but unless y put your road in repair by the April term of the Wolfe Couu court a ruin will be taken against 1 you and a fine will be certainly entered against all who fail to have their section of road in repair at that term of court So you better I gut a move on yourself W B DUFF Judge W C A graduate of a Boston school1 i of journalism thus described the manner in which a goat butted a capora iugagrus hurled the previous end l ot his anatomy against the boy afterwards with an earnestness an ponderositvi 8 avoirdupois imparted a momentum i that was not relaxed until 1 he had landed on terra firma beyo the pale of the capra scgagruss JU- risdiction i When you find your home paper taking no interest in you or your Obiho keepsingthink the editor should be tearing 1 his linen in your behalf do not work tacoa i ciyoniu v you ie jtionsenergy I I foe J ny- e liit u Q L KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely ChronicledsHarry W lock ridge the newly apv IIrco I said to be the youngest piesidenlial postL muster in Kentucky Oil Charles a prominent farmer of Piko county committed suicide liy cutL Jting his throat anil plunging head first into a well III health the route i While carelessly handling revolver Virgil Slaughter aged JO tart of Law rencebunr accidentally hilt himself the wound proving fatal m xt day Goalder Johnson of Fulton count is probably tile youngest heiin in Ke tuctry having barfly passed the legal a r1ofH years when sworn in last January IVAt Heaver Creek in Floyd county Ina rAllen who WUH drinking shut and nerely nonnded Dr Walker 9tsmhau in the shoulder The doctor retaliated hy shooting Allen dead iA set of handmade harness which eight years ago trere bought fur 0u hud hero in cointiint use since were rc inione of the blocIt visa cllllntitIIThe record price for hugs was paid at IHenderson last ThurMhiy when Thomas IBassett sold forty hogs averaging I jpnunds at 13 11J cents a potiiulto a Ilo leal butcher The total aniutinted to JUO Pauline Roark the ten yearold girl who was recently attacked by n r ei brute while slime in her mothers kitchen I I in Louisvilie identified Louis Will isms aN her assailant The girl is in a erioui8ondiiion Willard L Bentey a graduate iu medicine and son nta well known bio kerin Louisville was found dyad in his room in the family reidnce with a b nbj hole in the hick of his skull and other between his ryes The highest price for dark tobacco ev paid on the loose Hoar in Kentucky was reached last week when SlVfiO per II way given at Hopkinsville for a Chri iinn county crop It was purchasd for the firemen Germany market I Additional guard has been purchnsedIII bv the W C T U people at Hindman to rebuild the ehool building recentlyl I deMoyed bv lire Besides t be main school building a girls dormitor 11111en iir diiHtriai hall will be erected The jion molera will expend about 10001 Judge f1 Gregory of the Louisville Criminal court discovered push button granatthe outside of d buttone 4 a appeared and asked the judge what he kwould take The window is locked now and the jurors go out to imbibe There is one man iii Fleming county who believes in living close to home His is Thomas I nuId65 years old and Lisa lived near Ewing Flemertraindnever been iu a court room sued or been sued He is It wan of average intelli genre Joseph Allen wan shot from ambush as he r de down a bridle path near Pres tonsburg loot lFriday thrte luillels tak ing effect All n went to a iiei lilwrs bouse and died there after stating be Cbad been shot by John Gunnels and Walker Stumbo Both these men stir- endered and were released later on 5000 bonds each atNear Bourne Gurrnrd county Crecd Rayengagtdin Rapowas mortally wounded The meu were beganjyknown but in thought to bean old grudge Turners daughter sat in the buggy with her father but escaped in JllTIJ M MeOaniel a Realty ville lawyer e heiSlllauguratlOgervation of thousands of acres of land in Eastern Kentucky which be says will J in time become a desert waste unless it j is properly cultivated It is mountain ous land from rvbicli the timber has been cut and which is gradually wash ing away He id urging the state hard plantingd to convert other portions of it to the poultry business ndLiberal Terms Iam representing the largest retail clothiers in the world wHo theUnitedoriginal plan of no money down t and the easy payment of a small each week I have just received a complete tine cf Samples for the Spring and Summer seasons which will in an extended and elaborate of colors Call on or write and I will serve ou at the earliest date AgtJntBos j t Ae loiig ae t man agreeSwithII rou yon think him a When ho antagonizes your ideaw and doctrines you dont like him o well As long ae the farmer along plowing hoeing and jhit treating and let tho protession j nl politician run the politics and tho mnnopnlif run the business nobody called him a crank or an ignoramusj Hut when Iu took a i Lund in the politics null begun to question tin righ tof otiors to rob Ihim the doffs of tear were lot loose on him I yRare I I I Upportunitg8 aJulIer lor sale my residence consist j ing of sevenriKHH cottage good lot and ItI garden and out huildigx Ouf tin j moitl desirable local ions in hazel Guru i gcutrftlhIf the kind in the country being fur i nislied with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materialsand supplies alsoI equipped with power and machinery Will sell all together or separately ldFor further particubirs cult on or ad dresst JOHN H ROSE i f KyfFARM FOR SALEi l0Farm of 200 acres0more or less lying on the waters of Lucy creokI known as tho Crnoy fnriii All lanced and crossfenced Some fgood timhor and nearly all cloareclI rolnudiuhruseI i Lurgu orchard over jlasting line water 5room dwell- ingj house halls find porches also tonaiit booed For the next thirty days this farm will bo offered at a bargain Pnwwsion given Janu Jiry 1 jfllOor further purticu i lara address KirsvnitTii LACY R R No 1 Karelin III rWeAsk You to take Cardul for your female 11troubles because we are sure it stwilt help you Remember that this great female remedy I CARDUI has brought relief tto thou tidscf other sick wviheii 0 why not to you For headache backache periodical pains female weak ness many have said it is the best medicine to take Try tlI Sold in This City 113 i FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN ONE MILLION STRAWBERRY PLANTS No Agents Free Catalogues H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY PrompUy obtained orno fee Writs roronr beforel71li11 I THATandsuccessSendmdweeendIMMEDIATE PATENTASILITYReg1tenIdna at 605607 7th St WASHINGTON D C TIlO wfug siiijII KYNV H bruAK Cat hier Paid Up Capital I 810000000 Undivided runts i 17OOOOOO Maudtomn Uepuilt o- rtover l t I COOOOOno Thin tbank solicits the nccounUol buineR8 ern Kentucky and offers its cuitou liberaltermsfJegitimatP banking toct2lyll TK C H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY citlzeuofcoun afflictionOfficer+r n Rank DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky I Mrs IOD DAY Proprietor Belt table fare in Eastern Kentucky A biixe sample room connected Heated end f lighted by gu throughout and ipecial ae I cffUMpdnttoai to trsTejipf we U YJ Ir i MAPEL TR- OYMILLINERS i Our Spiinf and Stiiiiinur lino of Goods and Millimry is now in stucki have a huaiitifiil lino of Hats smut tiling that jjnrH to plcsifco yti ThJ so have hems stIotitvd with great cute Our line nf Novell iPs is of ihoI IIHKI HMVR POIIIU protty selections in Drese joOtIusit Gocds Silks etc etc v I 1111 also have a patty lim of ReadyMade WnistB II Skirts anti rmlm wear all at nasoiiMhln prirpn ahotriuggI t ou through SPRING MILLINERY OPENING MARCH 23 to 26 IAZELGREEN ACADEMY Mountain School of Christian Womans Board of Missions iI u A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which extends throught the Winter and Spring Term SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 Good Hoard per week 2 00 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you For further particulars address MJ j Q CARTER titiI = = = =o = =2OV w f J HICI3EYfE j Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe I Iiijf Ef J No 224 W Short Street I 11I1Lexington Kentucky j itt= = GO TO-r Kash Johnson RashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHINGf + vr F = + t + ei STEP INTO = CECIL BR5-t and lock through our new line of SPRINGand SUMMER GOODS tii We have the newest thine out in GOODSftjJWe hare a full line of Prints we willstill sell at 5 Cents per yardr II I 1I1 riWE ALSO HAVE WALL PAPER r- i t r 1i r t Alcohol t not needed of Dyers Sarsaparilla is not a tong drink As now made there is not a drop of alcohol ill it It is a nonalcoholic tonic band alterative Ask your own doctor about your taking thists medicine for thin impure blood Follow his advice every time He knowspeI WI publliU our Ibrmal W twalih alcohol Tedoctor Ask your doctor What is the first great of health Nine doctors lareplsrI Moo what you f Ayers Pills for constipation I x bytbJCunCatawllHULA Ily 1mE HERALD I 1 J at Troy Pieratt attended church at I IItl kola Snnday m Miss Lula Nickell spent fronij1 i Satniday until Tuesday at Cannel i jCity I Mr and Mrs Nets of Maytuwn I toot dinner with C F Kash and I wife Thursday Sebron Walters last week bought 10 head of yearling cattle from Curt Waters for 150 Will Welch representing the I Paris Flour Mill was intei viewing8I the merchants here Tuesday Miss Rosa Coldiron visited her i lister Mcllie at West Liberty Saturday returning Monday it Sheriff George Sally of Camp i i U IItStillwater were ir town yesterday I John Smith Nickell and wife of Ezel visited their son Clay Wade I ij at the Scarab K Yancey Homo SundayIi I II Miss Meade a teacher at the t academy ep Jit Sunday at thetf c home of Miss nda Chambers on t StillwaterII Roger Bryan and Bruce Davis I I representing the John D More Tobacco Co Lexiugto were in j town Tuesday jj i R J McLin yesterday sold to James Wilson of Daysboro the 10 hogs he had advertised in THE HERALD for 100 iti I- J t W Taulbee and wife of Days boro and daughter Mrs Ale Condiff of Jackson spent Sunday with J M Little and wifeII The hat pin in the hands of an irate woman is getting to be moreI dangerous than a Winchester iinI the hands ofa Kentucky feudist Dee May of Salyeraville repre renting the Magic Stock Food Co Chattanooga was the guest of hi e I = cousin D B May near town this week I t i Miss Mollie Coldiron who iis j ii teaching in the High School at West Liberty will visit her par tt sots Crock Coldiron and wife f ii Sunday J T Day has just opened a rackI i et store on the corner of Main and i Broadway and will sell at clos J j cash prices Look out for display adnext week I J f Mrs John Miller and Mahals s z Atoett of Belkoap were iu town aturday on their way to visit the formers sister Mrs Mort Cecil l cQU Murphy fork i Judging from the number of to beds planted in this sectionf- bacco f the farmers of the mountains e- r I r 1 pact to raise an immense crop of the weed this season I a wThose who dont see a benefit tot i a town arising from its newspaper 1 are generally about as useful in a f community as a last years bird i tpttt with the bottom knocked oa The lady teachers of the acad IlffHiBY Misses Meade McCaUam I i Miller Hines and King and Mrs pbteet took supper with Mr andi ji Robert Cecil laat Saturday ding 1 i Lien Delinquents I II For 25 years March 4 1010 we have labored faithfully for theII moraland material development the mountains of which we became a citizen February 6 1885 Several times we have been offered handsome free donations to move other JIdeclilllget 1 ore money by moving but wu had become attached to the peu here and here we have remain j d despite all offers however hand Ij oflTHEsome cases we must admit that j they are But too many hold back and delay when timn to renew rolls You know we need the I whydoi up prompt and we can meet our bills promptly pay our printers audtbuy paper Come in Mud pay up once or if at a distance sendI I I money by mail i DO iT NOW TODAYII 1Exteaiye Shoe Factory e- i i geutlemamyIrepreeentatil 1I- I Co Chicago was u guest of the t Day House Wednniday last night and is today talking trade with JCush it Sample who handle the j Selz shoe in this place The Selz Co are among th + largest manufacturers in the United ute8EI They own eleven large factories employ 170 men ns salesmen There is nut a hamlet in this coun try where their shoes can nut bet found so thoroughly do their trey sling men work the territory and among the hundrtd and seventy roadsters it is safe to say there s none more courteous than the lone mentioned here The Kash Sample firm will probably begin I to advertise this shoe as u specialty Stallioi Show Day The many brMedMra of this sec lion will be glad to learn that allE men who have stallions for service season will bring their horses here Saturday April 9 1910 as is- thetcastom in the blue grass This exhibition of the horses will en able prospective breeders to seethe good points of each individual horse They can then compare I marI jmiuda to which they will brood This plan is hound to rtsult in the best for all parties and it is hoped every man who owns a stallion Greenxwill have his horse here that day Dont forget day and dateSatur day April 9 Spriig Term Begu Hazel Green Academy closed itn winter term last Friday the 18th with the largest attendance viz three hundred and twentysix ofr eany winter term since the schoollI wasstarted Prof Carter and the faculty generally are to be congratulated upon their good work and every good citizen of HazelI Green should be wjrbiug to make all aucceding terms even bettor than the winter term The springc term opened Tuesday the 22nd with a fairly good attendtnce con sidering the fact that many young5j men are held at home to help iin IJthe crops luflit Ai Okii Para Capt Jack Bittenhonse came in on the hack Wednesday afternoon anell it is currently reported that while away from Hazel Green this time be bought a fine farm iu Ohio Some of the tioratora say it ad joins the farm of his brotherin law John Schuler who lives near PrattxY part of the Buckeye state We should hate to lose Capt Jack as a citizen but Ohio will gain a jol1 ly dtd veteranif he locates thereI and our blessing goes with him An awlvertHwment is to a raer sowingtseedway is to i farmer It may take a litI tit ttme for the results to becomeI Warent but they are sure coibe The wine farmer Iluot niggardly with bis wed nor the Jisej merchant with bin adrert- ineut j YP t MI eonnItybedside of her mother Mrs Caro W1 line home Johnson eft Monday for herR John Hi nry Campbell who has been confined to his home for about two months by illness was of able to walk about some the latter of the week I Dunt frgot the horto show at1j Hazel Gtoen Saturday April 9 I bud in the meantime get up that J dollar you owe THE HERALD Ort be ready to subscribe that daymI 1Tradiug Jim Wilson returned tljTusdaystated that the market Monday precedinglonesI lf00 cattle were on the market I Thomps Boling of Jackson came through here yesterday eu route Maytown to see his mother and told Our Man About Town that lu had received the day before a card dIiTIHJ drillers for tho New Domain Co are again temporarily idle fore lackof a cur load of stoma which they are patiently awaiting Work will ba pushed when once they aref supplied with these necessary ad juncta Kash Johnson Knsh make a specialty of the HamiltonBrown shoe for ladies and gentleman I and ore now receiving a fine lined I dress goods dry goods and nojlI tions to which your atlHiition isjtI directed Mrs Will Davis of Hilld borot Ill who has been at the sick bedJJ of her mother Mrs Caroline John son for two weeks past left TuesW day for her home and took herii brothers Ellis Johnsons little daughter Gladio with horIl r IMPROVE YOUR CHICKENS I have Rhode Island Reds at which cost I each Yellow and Brown Leghorns 50 centoeach and pure Plymouth Rocks50 cents each They are mixediomu a setting of 17 eggs 35 cents Atply to MRS LULA KASH Hazel Green Ky I Tommie Daniel and Miss Kath erine Spitz were married Monday at the resIdence of Prof Pogue at West Liberty the host tying the nuptial knot Congratulations betJ ing in order TilE HERALD joins Tommies many friends in well wishes ICapt Jack Ritteuhouse who has been below looking after some cat tie he is feeding on the farm of John Bedford came home yester day evening Or at least he came to Hazel Green He now claims J Big Sandy as his home and Lower Grassy as his poatofficp ii- J Taylor Day has leased the El IPark Hotel at Torrent to W W Howe for aterm of three year Mr Howe managed this famous atoIand made itene of the moat pop ular iuthe state He is one of theI best known caterers in the state and will take possession of El I Park as soon as the season per I mite I J H Pieratt auctioneer sold Saturday for John Cruey at Index I Morgan county one cow I 3950 one 35 cue 25 five I yearling steers 7250 two heif- r calves 2250 eight shoats 05 to 70 pounds x57 one pair aged mules wogon and harness 250 one pair 10yearold mules and harness 190 one eeveu year cl hrrae5 one colt 50 ThereI wag a big crowd and bidding walII brisk The Falmouth Peudletouian veryI pointedly prints the facts 4 Did yon ever realize thuslyII I news man never knpws anything first Perhaps vou never thought I I of that but it is a fact The only for us to find out anything is I for you to tell us If anything happen that you think would into I I Iterest you oryonr friends just tell I Uiorw ite us about it and you will t netit in print and do us a kjfator that will be greatly appre JI elated 1V1 J- I Ely laUttlt S S Pinney of this cite and R Tabor and R G Lyons of have purchased the Red ivet Vall y Railway Co and the Union City Lumber Co in Meni fee county and will in the future conduct the business J W Me Causey who has been at the bead ihe lumber company for the past twelve years will give his at tention to the Michigan State Life prpident bo operated under the uatuo of the Kothwell Tie Co and the railroad ill contiun to be known as the Rd River Valley All thf gentle en concerned in the transaction are wpll known iin this city where have a reputation as 8pllm1l business menSit Sterling I Gazette i i Facial At Svraigo Spring A social given at the homo of t John II Pierat at Swnngo Spring Thursday evening was an enjoyable affair for the young people who attended Ginns were the principal feature until 10 oclock when the guests retired to they1 ining room for refreshments Those who attended were Misses Monde McCallam and King teach j at academy and Nancy Mapel Pearl Troy nod Falay Long J Goff Long Hemincks Lykins Ed ord Walters Marion Center Troy Pieratt and Edgar Alexander II Fire At Camp IouII The store of Sheibv Cunnoy and his soninlaw Murphy was burn f ledat Campion Mondav night together 1 with a part of Canioyn and feed stable It iit said hat an insurance of 9000 was i held on the stock of gouda held by i the firm Cannoy it Murphy nndI their actual loss will foot upI 4000 to 5000 The reefi deuce of Mr Murphy adjoining as also burned and possibly the I I insurance covered both buildings jI land the stock ITwo New Ones Williunt Ky March 10 10II SjHin pr CooperDear Sir En i closed please find check for 1 III for which And me the THE HAZEL j I I GREEN HERALD one year and j I will try and get a list of subscriptions for you Yours very truly I I GEORGE SEWKLL Lee City Ky March 1G10 i Spencer Cooper Hazell Green KyJ Dear Mr Cooper Please find enclosed One Dollar for which end THE HERALD to Rev C F Lykins of Malone for one year Yours reap BeaNs ELAM OB a Prospecting Tour Three men came through here Wednesday afternoon walkl iins each of them with a campers out fit of bed clothing and stated that their objective point was Rousseau in Breathitt county When asked the object of their t visit they said they were just look fug over the country Their name- were L W Jones Henry Ma Goalsch and Earl Tainan They had a secret mission doubtless What was its I Mrs John M Rose was taken11 suddenly sick Wednesday morning i about 3 oclockand for awhile Mr Rose and his daughter Miss Car rie thought she was dead Miss I Carrie ran for Dr Taylor Center and she soon revived But Mr Rose and Miss Carrie meantime alarmed the neighborhood Dr Center diagnosed her ailment as heart failure erMies Roft Coldiron returnedI from West Liberty Monday and i informs us that Prof Pogue and his wife of that place will be d andProf Pogue will preach at the Christian church Saturday night and Sunday Easter services will be Meld Sunday morning at Maytown The Easter sermon will be preached by Rev Frank Agar All arc invited to come and bring Easter flowers Special singing The Easter ser vice will be held at Sandfield e c2oo sIt yy 01 MOTHER GRAYS SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN latWar4aYi w l w r j Stock Paid in Cash 815000 00 Profits paying 3 1200 00 15000 00 531200 00 Knllitun g ii Ii t f Mixkhnliltr Who Own and Control It K K Veil tMrnur Hazel GrtenT JP ISoMr farmer Hozrl Grrtn JI iJ Elkin tamer IxifK A Kah farmer GiSlmorr O IVaril tIsrnif r nrrll Urftn Urn Muriily lt war Hazel GrtR I S Pitmtt revere HazelI Irra- J t IIitt nlioii t miur ilMr It1 nUIK M1 lliiliiil Ijirimr Hairl iiir M1 I aril1 titfiiitr lIzlcIIIJ W Veil farinrr 5i Mtrliue Hoffmau iiifUraiice Mt terli Iv I Hurtlawtrrlawptun 1IfoII2oA CAS1ORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Nave Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA TN OENTAU 00 ev om THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Capital In alter scmianLcal dividend Individual Responsibility ITotal IITit 110 II E Oury lumber mTr Core Fork Ur Sin A 1ainplell Hazel Urfcn 3tI S aiiipbrll hazel Green DaybornFI 3lrs Mary K Smith New Ca tlf T 31I Lee farmer Hazel Green f Nmlle tanner hazel nlII ll Patton Hazel Green t1 T It baler carpenter Hazel Green- E E J Kittenbouse r Hazel Green 3lr+ T M1 Let Hazil Green Mis Iula 51 Evans Swords Creek Va E F UErll PEHIPEXT J S KITTEXHOUSE VICE PEESIDEJTT IR11 PATroN CASHIER lUV IV- STEP INTO 1 MISS FALAY LONGS I Millinery Parlors i and examine her Ii I NEW SPRING LINE OF Ladies Hats Ladies Furnishings tMotionsc A I SAMPLE1 1KASH Merchandise Anni once to the cilizma of lazrll Grten and vicinity that Hay have just i ireceivedl H ni gnifictnt line of j jLADIES S OES GENTS i Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc gnu hat their general lint embraces fine Dress Gccds Uij jods Notion SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc ioatl fURS dOW4 WHITE OOce- n AND HIDESZQGBEST MAllET F1K1- PAI run49HBZS WeoC4tI RI1jirPr- fmC3tazaatlmial tltaal STABUSMOW3T x io iJ c A No RestB Day or Night I would lay awake for hours without any apparent cause or dream terrible dreams which of would bring on extreme spells of nervousness After taking of Dr Miles Nervine and Tonic iia of for awhile I could sleepwell and the nervous spells have lefttl me MISS ALMA HUGE R R No 4 Canal Dover Obio1p Without sleep the nervous system soon becomes a wreckp and the healthful activity of all the organs obstructed Restful bodybuilding sleep accompanies I the use of Dr Miles Nervine because it soothes the irritable nerves and restores nervous energy When taken a few days according to directions the most restless sufferer will find sleep natural and healthful Get a bottle from your druggist Take so it1llaccording to directions and if it does not benefit he will return iis your moneytlf dAMERICAS flit TOLEDO BLADE I TOLKDO OHIO s The Best Known Newspaper in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every StaterI The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo than ninny period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week bv wore than a million people Its field iis not circum scribed bv State boundaries but involvesfthe length and breadth of the giving it an unquestionable right ot claim ing to be the greatest national weekly news paper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly family i The one object ufiits publisher jnewspaper been to make it tit for the Amer ican home for the fireside and of interest to every member of the family To fulfill this purpose it iskept clean andjwholesome The news of the world is handled in a corn prehensive manner and the various depart meats of The Blade are edited with pains taking cue The Household page is a de light to the women and children current jitlairs are treated editorially without preju I dice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greating number of fic elionLook of information the Farmstead col iimns are conducted with the purpose of giving the patrons a medium for the ex change of ideas and information on farm topic Xo department is neglected but- every feature is taken care of with the ideaff of making The Blade worth many times the price ot subscriptionone dollar a year Sample copies mailed free Address THE BLADE Toledo Ohio 1IWU1Feather T lIowBMwax Cinienf GoUenS UYdIowRootM 7 Apple daJnesaWdLouiiDeaDdcaado better you des qenb or ccouraca nerchuts Reference any Rankin Lm nee Write rwceib fact lid ud ittpciaf lap M Sabel fit Sons M9 1 Market St LOUISVILLE KT 4 GEORGE RICE 4 UNDERTAKERHAZEL 4 I have several fine Coffins in my 4shop4 any style to order and on the most 4 reasonable terms I also have 4 A Handsome Hearse 4aud4 so requested Public patronage is 4 respectfully solicited 4 25tf GEO RICE 4 4 KILL THE COUCH 4 AND CURE THE LUNGS 4 WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryFW OLDS TrW soma Prey AND All THROAT AND LUNG TROU- BLESclvah3eTisreoTO 4 OK XOVXT SXPUTOBD DAY HOUSE 4 HazJelI Green Ky Yrs U DAY Proprietor dzb41 III H flUd kjju throughout and special seci 41 jtumrtuitt + w rjTr JJIIIII r CENSUS PROCLAMATION I i y the President of the United States of America j Whereas by the Act of Coni gress approved July 2 1900 tho Thirteenth Decennial Census of the United States is to bs talon beginning cm the fifteouth day April nineteen hunured and ten and- Whereas a correct enumeration i the population every ten yenta required by the Constitution the United States for the purpose i of determining the represent of the several states in the of Representatives und Whereas it is of the utmost im nllltheI that this onsus should boa com and accurate report of the population and resources of the country ji Now therefore I William Howard I Taft President of the United j i States of America du hereby de clare and tanks known that under the act aforesaid it is the duty of i every person to answer all ernes i i fleas on the census schedules and j applying to him and the family to which ho belongs and to the farm occupied by him or his family and that any adult refusing to do is subject to penalty The sole purpose of the census to secure general statistical in- ormation regarding the POPula- tion and resources of the country aud replies are required from in- ividuals only in order to j permitII compilation of such I statistics The census has noth tug to do with taxation with prmy I or jury service with the compul ion of school attendance with th rngulation of immigration or with the enforcement of any national state or local law or ordinance nor eau any person he harmed illI any way by furnishing the infor required There need b to fear that any disclosure will be made regarding an individual person or his affairs IFor the due protection of the rights and inter inIformatione I Census Bureau is prohibited theII der fromheavy penalty 1 ingany information which may thus come to his knowledge- I therefore earnestly urge upo all persons to answer promptly completely and accurately all in- qUIries addressed to them by th numerators or other employees of the Census Bureau and there by to contribute their share to ward making this great and nec public undertaking a success In witness whereof I have here II unto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be af fixedIDone at the citv of Washington j Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad Af ter Effects Our Terms are- Reasonable Every Patient is Our Guest Our Treatmentis No Barred Doors or Windows lentull Place Rut ud Ttecnpera Snff 1t111ert prnat this fifteenth day of March A Done thousand nine hundred and ten and of the Independence of the United States of America the thirtyfourIone hundred I nEAT WM II TAFT Bv the President P G IKNOX Secretary of State CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough x Bears the x Siuatao of Farm of the Future IThe there has been a evolu tion III the business world in the last hundred years so it is almost certain that there is going to bo revolution in farming during the twentieth century We are going to learn to manage the land better We are going to learn how to save the fertility of the soil Wo are gcmg to llearn proIductiveuessgoing to learn to manage new lines of farming in suctions where those now lines may prosper and going to get twice us much from the laud as we have ever gotten before All kind of modern con veniences comforts are coming to the country Farm homes are going to be more beautiful Good roads are coming through nil our rural sections The telephone will put the farmer in communication RuralIpractically every ofedaily mail Bettor organization of the farmers is going to result ini better methods of marketing and greater stability in prices Our public schools are going to be andewe are going to have thousands of boys in the agricultural colleges coresII The tutu who work on the forms are going to have 11 now spirit and instead of finding theiri daily working mere drudgery education will give such new meaning to their tusk trod such zest to their life that every one will go aboutt ananjoyous spirit such as the factory employee or the city laborer can machine cry too will lighten the work on the farm and more horse power will double mans earning capacity so that greater profits will gi hand in hand with greater in terest in the work itseif Farm Gazette Children cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORI We desire to cull your attention ti our treatment the cure of Whitkey Morphine Oj Sum Cocaine and all habits Wp send out no Bane Curt Ncne of ilicm I success Every one must came to c ur Ffiiituiit m where A 1 a a a I A Splendid IPreaohersI I I The following article from Pres j ident Ashley S Johnson of John Suit College Kimberlin Heights fenn is self explaining i I ourlIl I ofIti preach the old truth u six volumes of my hooks free providing you will get the list pay I the freight andI distributes tho hooks This iis good for one set orI i i 100 sets You know what my books are I rejoice in the opportunity to give something I have noth ing but boks preachers loft I i Send us some boys Simon Pete Miller graduates iiii the A B course this year You are doing the greatest individual evangelistic work in Kentucky or anywhere else known to me This is a liberal and useful gift I IIt will be appreciated by our thelauthJrI Bible student and a clean writer I PeteIMiller is a boy a good preacher and he will labor in the I Big Sandy Valley j Readers of this paper are reI1 quested to call the attention cfj mountain preachers to this otTer and have them write to IL S Neal Pikeville Ky All the books will i cost will be the postage or express I Will county papers please copy Send marked copy to above address ji n New Citizen For Winchester W T Swango of Montgomery I ji county who recently purchased the farm of W O Hopkins conItuining 200 acres at 110 per IIcnIwill move here about the April j The price paid for this turns iis generally acceded to IM low con sidering tho rich fertility of the soil mid the many improvements the farm contains It is well lo cated being about three and one half miles trout town on the Twoi i i Mile pike I citizenISunSentinel I IIThere is not enough jjoy in this struggling world few people i have time for it but children happy children who are brought initheI jUIenriching spectacle joyous I Thar capacity for joy is one of the highest of the human faculties ana it is grossly neglected We walk too much with our feet in graves Lot us laughwith the I I children and be young I s for up So NO to handle this elate of ditraKr Iud white we guarantee a puftct rare in fury cASe within tin days to two weeks for the liquor lutbhaJd for the drug IIIhit two to three weeks i t room and attendant acd not xect ire nut ci nili math n urtil the ratitnt in mud and ready to return home We do not send our patients hrroe a physical wrecktsItb a foralled Ionic to build them up whatever Onr polled gain flesh and ilrecyib from the very If we do not cure you it cottt you nothing 10 jon tee jcn lave Tfrytbitg to gain and nothing to lose for ilea and und set and NO I Why Suffer 1 Are you one of the thousands of women who 7 suffer from female ailments If so dont be discour aged go to your druggist and get a of Wine of Cardui On the wrapper are full directions for use During the last half century Cardui has been contains no harmful and can be depended i on in almost any case 1I I It Will YouJMrs Charles Bragg of Sweetser Ind tried CarduL Slie writes Tongue cannot tell how much Cardui has done for me Before I begun taking Cardui I could not do a days work I wouldwork awhile and lie down I shall always give praise to your medicine Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES THE H COMPANY Inc Kentucky j IIHOLESALE Dy and I i in slack a well sMecisd line Orders filled promptly and with care t t IorLe tcr HeadsJl Statements 1i I iI I 1 I BillI I i En Ccrd3Anything j II 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 facilities for doing job printing of the right kind at theright prices a Envelopew I Statements LV u U H We Give a Positive Cure for Liquor Cocaine Chloral and All Drug Habits Sanitarium dlUgI CURE specially jirfjurtd Liqunraddiction cravingorbryiooing PAY l bottle remedyforingredients TakeIHelp KRISH Catlettsburg Goods Notions IAlways elopes HeadsV Morphine howlong Headsr Guaranteed 1 JJJ Fine Service 1 Tablet JJJ t Well J and Well J Rooms 1 Our Sanitarium is the finest in the State and ladies need not hesitate about coming to us as they are attended by lady nurse and they will be shown nothing but the mot constant and cour teous attention We refer you to the Farmers Niitionul Bank and any bust nes or yrofeaiuaalman canpbicequeslillnIr entireIaticheerfullv s any we can nut do what we claim witiifactionIfyouKememberconfidentialWritepossibleYours HORD SANITARIUM SHELBYVILLE foa Is o A 4 WL 1 I Cards t O Letter Heads Trained Nursesar 1 Excellent Furnished t 4 Ventilated U I a r k d The Place Where Lftur and Dry llisWi are Ouch Ylik AJtelbJlbI tracee J y- r