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Jt II91rfonw r 1rl h i j HE 0 AZEI REEN ER e D o t Established March 4 1886 Made Famons in the Story of Jonathan and His Oontlnentby Max iii 0 l4HOKB C1OPERTheOldest Mot Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quid Paper in the Kentucky Mountains + 100 a Year iwAiraace r 1I to7 IIIiiriifonI and Eastern Railway Is Table la Effect Jane 21 1908 x WEST BOUND N01 No3 o5 IfATiONS r I DailyexDailyaudI Suuday I Sunday J Sundayonly I II AMLVC j PMLve AMLve lae80n II 10101 I d 20 pal7UU 11- 01OJunct 616 pOl opm ia4iaw- jgyTe Jc i U7 am 30101 i5IlIw- 1om8 7 3U am a 41 pm ts1511w- 5aL Bridge 7 45 am 3 56 pOi 8ti IIW- CUlPOa Ju 7 48 am 37 pOi tsS IiW 8 1a aw 6 pm tsb II t CIIYIl 8 25 am 35 pm I Istirs aw 9 IUam 14 U7 CitY1 9 9 55am 12 am U5 20 pwI10cam- L EAST ft BOUNDIII SSI No 4 STATIONS = Daily and lISIIII 1SI aStLye- r Sunday uu Lexington 1 0 7 36 am gp 8 13 ampn StS pr L Ler120 8 2t pm I J Ie pm 4o tby tI U2 IUDS 55 pm U 80111144 91us6i 4 30 omi iCamulou Juutnji i 9 s pm 4 5 Imj57MiJat ri eijj 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City 0 1 00 t 7 33 21 Helechw 61 117 T45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 1IH 13 Hampton 13 J 44 1 J7 10 Yilhnrst 20 151 936 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 939 0 Jackson 27 2 30 xolMad Z2wtll rake close cooectaol ISt O K Inaction with Noi 3 and 4 for HiatKoa the Lexington and Eastern hall f y Y L CONLEY Superintendent i klQtIaIl8Iifl No1 No 2- ABB1VBr iglus VOOa mCamptonll 30 a m A 4100 p m Campton 6 00 p m 2No1 E DEPART p 7 1 80 amCampji JnnclO T5 am 8 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm 4Tie Mountain Central makes f tptwotion with all L E pasi eMfk trams L F BOLIM- CERTAKER s 1 CAMPTON KYV gigs the citizens of Wolfoand t RaijeJaing counties that he carries CloutRea aexeeesry to put allay rtitdadatstyle pedal caskets supplied on 24 finet made If ordered i Ilau4 cii furnlkhed fuserab- Bt Ulrden for toBlwtonM Ac j I OUSE- i I i F MI Crain Ky n BAT Pr prht r- t+ hl G1cen Yeeget N S I MAr y rf SrP 11 c ri f COUNTY NEWS genelalintelest of our readers especi ally distantfriends DAYSBORO George Johnson is attending court at Campton We are sorry to say Kale Roberts is much worse roportedtoQuite a crowd of young people attended our Sunday school John Castle of Coney was vis iting John Estern Nickell Sunday Woodie Brooks of Hazell Green visited Green and Hobert Nickell SundayA of boys and girls was boat riding Sunday All report a fine time Ida Collinsworth and brother Fred visited Mrs Emma Montgomery Sunday evening Bessie Sebastian aud brother Carl visited relatives and friends at Cannel City from Friday until Sunday Rev Billie Halsoy of Salem preached a very interesting ser againBrohear from our Salem friends May 2 TOODIE An Ideal Husbands patient evon with a nagging wife for he knows she needs help She mav be so nervous and run annoyhercitable troubled with loss of ap petite headache sleeplessness con dizzyIthe most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thousands of suf ferers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and be come healthy and happy Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by all dealers LEXIE- J H Trimble went to Campion Monday on business Bro Roberts took dinner with Curtis Byrd and wife Sunday Crockett Rose was a guest of H L Childers and family Sunday Tom Williams and family have moved to A F Johnsons place There will be singing at thp Johnson school house next Sun day at 2 oclock p m James Perkins of Pleasant Hill was a guest of his mother Mrs Mattie Perkins Sunday Noah Anderson of Gillmore was a guest of H L Childers and family Sunday afternoon Aunt Nan Taulbee has been very sIck for the past week but is some what better at this writing John and Andy Wilson of Gill more spent Sunday night with their brother Joe Lee and family Misses Golden and Beulah Trim ble were guests of Misses Ruthand Maggie Childers Sunday evening Mrs Crockett Rose Miss Nettie Nickell and Robert Brooks took dinner with Mrs Mattie Perkins Sunday James P Lacy and daughter Miss Clemma of Hazel Green spent Sunday with W S Trimble wifeW Trimble and wife were visiting the latter sister Mrs Taylor Center near Pleasant Hill Saturday night and Sunday C F Kaah and wife of Hazel Green passed thru here Sunday en route to Landsaw to visit Mr Hashs brother Edgar and family Quite a crowd attended the singing school and all were disappointed because Mr Walter wee not there hope he will be able to be with uJon BroM V Roberta of Hazel Qreeii preached a very interesting set n at the Johnson school hooJ Sunday A large crowd a- tt d We are always glad toi bao Bro Roberta with 00 y S Slim 1M 1 fIr tMiZlt I If 1II e = H- t TO CORRESPONDEMTSMail youritemsour not later thanTuesday morning Monday if possible Nrlcpied after that will not be published unless of unusual im porUnee Advertise no ones business and uritr on one silot the paper only r I ICILLMORE Several attended church her Sunday from Lucy creek Scott Nickel1 bought of R F Little a oneyearold filly for 110 Several passed thru here Sunday en route from Lee City to Camptonj Ova Vest of Lexie was a gue of Scott Nickell and wife Sunda eightClaude II ShackelIh J here Sunday Mrs Lula Elam and little son Goebelwere guests of Scott Nick ell andwife Sunday toCamptonI- C J J Lindon during court I Fire broke JIout Saturday on IM Klyfl farm and l hrnedl almuti 71K or 800 panels of feuuu for J C Lindon Maudo Cecil and Mr Ely May 2 DAISY gcbrokej u e income trying to prepare u medicine than Chamh hetterII ic Cholera and Diurrluc for diarrhtB dyaentry or bowelI III complaint It is simply inipus I sible and so says every one that has used it Sold by all dealers LANDSAW Francis Madden sold to Bas Mc Guire a cow price 30 Abner Trent of Trent is now wrrking in the shop of K T Kash C F Kash and wife Ada visit ed E T Kush and family Sunday t i Curt Pieratt of Maytown and a Mr King ot Holly have been here buying cattle Roscoe Shackelford was Ise e Saturday arid bought a lot of cornI i from the writer I Kelly Rose the hustling traveling man of Stillwater was here Friday and Saturday 80ftIshelledI N L Combs and Robert Hollonlf deputy sheriffs made a trip to th headof Red river last week The results of the base ball game played here Sunday between the Landsaw and Murphy fork boys was 25 to 9 in favor of Laudsaw H L Whisman N L and Kol1 Hl1lseyJder Barker E T Kash Robert Rose and W H Tackett went to Campton today May 2 ANON Catarrh Cannot Be Cared with LOCAL APPLICATIONS they cannot reach the sent of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutional dieftselIucl iin order to cure it you must take internal rem edies halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nailnnd acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure iis prescribedbytry for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics know i combined with the best blood purifiers act lug directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredient is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY 8 CO Props Toledo O Sold by druggists price 75e Take Halls Family Pills forconstipati- ouANDFIELD H S Stamper and wife epeu Sunday with M J Sally and wife Mattie and Loma McNabb wereI guests of Nannie Stamper Satur day night Carrie Center of Hazel Green spent Sunday with Miss Ella CenI ter at this place Rev Byrd of Chicago Ill de livered an interesting sermon at Toliver church Sunday Rev Taylor Hatton will preach at Sandfield Sunday morning at 11 oclock Everybody invited- J B McNahb J J Catron D B Stamper and Will Hollon went to Campton Monday on business John Oeborne of Menifee coon ty WI entertained by his bee t lid Miss Cordie OJdfieJd Sond jMay 2 5WW4W f i nuMAYTOWN Corn planting is the order of t day Roy Kash of Valeria was visit ing relatives at this place Sunday Aunt Lila Long is very low at this writing and is not expected toi Ii veiWiley Wilson left Monday forth Mt Sterling market with alj load of chickens I Garret Cox of Greasy creek was- Been in town Sunday Whats the attraction Garret eWlllie Bryant of Pomeroytau was a guest of Charlie and Marioni Hamilton Saturday night familytookdaughter Pearl Sunday littlete thyguests Elam Sunday A large crowd attended a social1 given at the hom of Misses Stplla and Anna Clark Saturday night Aunt Nancy Spradling and Aunt Ijabelle Canuoy were guests of H S Nff and wife Saturday night Mrs A V Nicknll and two litte daughters Della and Ora were the SatjurdayiMissel Nancy and Ella Little of Pomeroy ton and Ruth Wills were guests of Miss Bernie Sprad ling Saturday night Arthur Kash of Landsaw was calling on Miss Lila Murphy last Sunday Arthur was allsmiles but Vernie locked very sad Russell Ruth and Danan Hill the little children of J M HillI and wife were guests of their grandparents H S Neff and wits Sunday Misses Nancy and Ella Little of Po III troy tau and Beinie Spradling were guests of Miss Ruth Wills Sunday They seemed to enjoy the day very much Misses Detta and Gladys lark i Willie Bryant and Floyd and Rol liej Little ail of Pomeroyton and I Myrtle Clark of Toliver attended SuiuUy school at this place last fi uud aycJames Neff of near town has quite a curiosity in his poultry yard It is a chicken with three well developed legs It has all1 appearances of living to be a large chicken Lela and Lena Richie two little daughters of J M Richie and wife were guests of Miss Ruth Wills Saturday evening RuthI says she is always glad to see all the little children come to see her 0Sunday school was reorganized at this place They appointed H S Neil as superintendent Mr Neff has been superintendent for many years Everyone likes him jfor he takes much interest in theI JSunday school May 2 BLAB EYES Never hesitate about giving Chamberlains Cough Remedy to children It contains no opium- or other narcotics and can be If given with implicit confidence As a quick cure for coughs and colds to which children are SUB ceptible it is unsurpassed Sold by all dealers SNOWDENVILLE Mr Crane of Lee City visitid Augustus Tanlhee Monday William Murphy of Grassy passed through here SundayII Joseph Wilson was a business j visitor at Hazel Green Saturday James Tolson has moved hereI from Lee City He will work at the mill Graet sy visited her daughter Mrs Maud Cecil last week Mrs John D Rose visited with her daughter Mrs J C B Little at Campton recently Among those attending court at Campton this week are LESmith Harlan Little Silas RathflFe Troy Dunn and James Wilson I Last Monday Mrs L E Smith entertained the following at din ner L W Rivera and wife C 0cRose and wife Joseph P Rose of j Hazel Green and L A McIntyre L W Rivera and wife left lastC Wednesday for their home in New York City after having been with j as for nearly two years They will j be ranch missed by the people of J Suotrdinrjllp MJ 2 13x0- i J t kli i I INEOLAIeFlndI Stidham sad John Elam went to Campton on business I John Rose a hardware drummer was calling on our merchants I gladtot I I j f j atjBl1turdayI her way to Louisville gave the writer a very pleasant cail Saturday Hagar Hollon a student of H G A accompanied by J P Alex sods visited hume folks Sunday Again L D Nickell was seen the residence of J n Hollon 0 course Besse was the attraction Willie Davis and wife and Miss Mauue and Pear Gullet were call familySondayi Dr Dunn passed through here en route to sue Mrs N C Burk harts nicc v who is sick with something like diphtheriuIJessie Arnett accompanied by Mollie1 1 Johnson Augusta Palmer throughhereMrs Bertha Rntliffe who hasJJ been very ill for some time with consumption died Sunday morn ing at OyO oclock She leaves a husband nod child to mourn May 2 FUN AND MISCHIEF A Regular Ton Boy was Susie climbing trees and fences jumping ditches whitling always getting scratches cute sprains bruises bumps bufha or scald But laws 1 Her mother just implied Bucklens Arnica Salve and cured her quick Heals everything healable bols ulcers pliesTrySELLARS Watson Phipps is very low at this writing Miss Oka Nickell called on Miss Beatrice Lung Tuesday Miss Julia Skeins went to Hole thaws shopping Friday Miss Ada Byrd called on her sister Mattie Nickell MondayrOllie Nickell and family called on his fatherinlaw Sunday Emma and Ada Byrd entertained a large crowd at their home SundayMrs I granddaughterHelechawa shopping Friday Mrs Lizzie Spencer returned home Saturday from Coffee creek where she had been taking census Misses Mollie Julia and Minnie Skeins called on Miss Beatrice Long Sunday evening andattend ed Sunday school at the Mat Long school house May 2 LILY The splendid work of Chambe- rlainsj Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily coming to light No such grand remedy for liver and bowel troubles was ever known before Thousands bless them for curing constipation sick headache bili ousness jaundice and indigestion Sold by all dealers Pete Chester shot and wounded Albert Amburgy Saturday evening The shooting occurred in Drakes store Pete says Amburgy was coming at him with hia knife open and he fired in selfdefense The RingbelownearDuudeeCampton A touch of rheumatism or a twinge of neuralgia whatever the trouble is Chamberlains Liniment drives away the pain at once and cures the complaint quickly First application gives relief Sold by all dealers Is Behind A Lexington paper speaks of an automobile being used by a rural delivery agent as if it was some thing new Route No 2 from tills city has been served by an auto for nearly a year Lexington is way behind Winchester Win cheater Democrat You aferight7Goingweatfrotti the jjarflerf spot of Eastern Kejo t tacky namely Hazel Green Lx iogton is behind about 18 reilef I tI i i Hj = Charade Manner Once in tramping along a coon try lane in England I stopped to admire some very wonderfulf roaeyl that grew it clusters over the door 1ot a little cottage of stone As I stood there a woman coins out of the cottage carrying a baby arid there were two others bfcbT tugging at her dress And this woman said tommt- he sweetest and gentlest manner giveryouclipped off one with her aciaaori and handed it to me The action of the woman was aol thatfto express my thanks I only stainmered and said it was a fine day and looked like rain Then I bethought me that I wasp in the land of tips and I felt in my pocket for silver But that woman stopped me and said Ohl I would never take money for a rosebut you are an American and my brother lives in Americic and perhaps you will see him and tell him that you saw me and the children Then she gave me her name and her brothers name but he lived in Illinois or Colorado she could not say WhIChIt was surely one oftheseI to hunt up the brother Then we shook hands and I patted her three babies ou the awayIvewomanyuixif and the name of her brother bats the incident of meeting her and morningdewforgetWhyof Manner and that is the rarwftV and finest thing in the world Yanadoor handsome for certainly tkijr woman Ijust mentioned waa neither But she was just honest pjjrti cioua and considerate and soIto ural in her actions that she wear impressive Once in a New York departfeatr store in wished to buy a 0fcjJasoap The saleswoman ehoweilie- a kind at 15 cents a cake thatT- ather liked She told nib the price and then said Bat hereiis kjforrf Jtie larger and while not tor in believe you wilt like it bet rbf just as wellI am sure that YOU want the best lagtII1 dollar I really only wanted one calterbT soap because I had forgottetl toput a cake in my valise dadir twQdaylpjanyway Manner caught me She wassou gracious so kindly and BO Ibi P ested in pleasing me arid workejjF1 in such a delicate little cottpli+ agithoughandsnipped off a big rEd rose e dotsstill on it andI handed fttomV Not all the salespeople bara Charm of Manner this charm that is born of concentration and consideration 6 To have Charm of Mariner you must have both respect forJbuT- self and for the otberp that girl been inn the sll trarse bold it would hate the cbarmshe was simply naZnr al kindlyAtstore I was wailed on by syU tij man who was chewing gti1ttalking with a young girTrofl 4- a the aisle about where ie had the night before and bow Kehad had such a lovely time He looked it rlThel orMnnejThesession of a key that wilL tltiroJi4r all hearts and pogKelboowL If you have cjiarm of manner you cant keep it seerst Yoh 1fi- not have to ask for a raieaitwilfgravitate to you every little while Eibert Hnbbard Chamberlains 8toma9hapdLirv er Tablets will clear thejeokf to IIIfaeh sweeten the breathn4 crAgw ItgroFbe yr QlcJb1aUdeler The BIO who titir4i t- IJt to bttoto tbhh 1 108 beo R1icYr o aa THE HERALDKnteredntthe Hazel Oreon Post oJBc n ccondcla matter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY May 5 1910 OBITUARIES TRIBUTES of RESPECTf and tards of Thank- must be paid for in advance to insure pub lication I WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORYrr 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT DAVID B RKDWIKK Judge TiiosC JOHNSON Commonwealths Atty- J O LlNDON Clerk Meets third Monda in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT W B DUFF Judge- S O SAMPLE County Attorney KOBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues sy in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District jolRobert Rose mird Frid in March June epteuiner mid Oecen berDistrict No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Frii day in February May August and November District No 3I M Reynolds second Friday in February May August mud N I vember District No 4David Spencer first Friday in March May August and November District No 5 Preston Hollon second Friday l in March June September and December District No6I W Combs third Friday in February May Aujtustand November District No Shiloh Strange fourth Friday i in March June September and December District No 8 John B Childers first Fri day in February May August and November COUNTY OFFICIALS GEOEOK W SALLEYMSherifJ TV CENTER Assessor J CB LITTLE Jailer SuperintendentESurveyorJ5 THE request of Miss Petrie lastt wnek for a recent issue of THE HEK ALD shows that our paper not only enjoys an international reputation but is also in demand in literary circles in our own broadl America Our modesty prevented us from mentioning anything about the matter last week but we have since learned that Miss Petrie is librarian for one of the most popular libraries in America and is in close touch with all theI literary lights of enlightend America Hence we feel very muchl flattered that she should reque extra copies of THE HERALD Incidentally we are informed that she is hand in glove with all Bohemia where the merits of news papers are constantly discuss and that THE HERALD has touched a popular chord with the critics Miss Petrie is herself a lady ofI rare attainments in the literary field and an accomplished linguist as well The good opinion ot sac people is appreciated very highly and we are very much encouraged that they pass encomiums upon our humble efforts West Liberty Ky April 20 1910 KyDearIIhand you check for 150 Pleasei place to my trulyW 29101SpencerDear Sir Please find enclosed credit I S S OLDFIELD Charleston Ill April 8010 JDearJ money I pleasesendwant to be without it Respt LACYB I Greenville 0 191SpencerDear Mr Cooper Enclosed find one dollar 100 in c to apply on mysubso sIption toI thebeetme of Kentuckianfi the best pea ple on earth so let its weekly vise Jt continue With kindest regard tosjl1 ny Keptufcky friend PittttYcmm tnlyj J T Jpm rll OUR Congressman Hon John W Langley has been highly co plimented over his recent speech in the House of Representatives the pension questioD He has beqnHe receiving letters of congratulati- froul Grand Army men and from the friends of the soldiers all over the country Several Grand Army Posts have passed resolutions enItI dorsing his speech Among th eni 1is the following very complimenll tary resolution which was recently1 I passed by the James A GarfieldiJl I i Post of Washington D C JAMES A GAUKIELD POST No7 DEPARTMENT OK THE I I 8POTOfAC GAI Washington D C April 6 1910 whwhoWhereas The surviving soldiers during the Civil War have readII with great pleasure the very ful and logical speech made by the lion John W Langley of K tucky in the House of Representa lives March 21 1910 upon House Bill No 20578 making appropr iII lions for the payment of invalid pensions Therefore be it resolved That James A Garfield Post roohave 7 Department of the Potomac Grand Army of the Republic ex LangleyKentucky of the Comrades ot the Post for his able championship of the terests of the surviving Comrades of the Civil War ayResolved That a copy of these resolutions be forwarded to Mr Langley by the adjutaut of the post Unanimously adopted at a regu lar meeting of the post April 61910 underoWILLIAM ZIRIAX Adjutant The Cigarette Fieii Oar readers will pardon us if we use a little slang in expressing views of the victims of ciRsret fSay you young kid youre a u supe with that cigarette under nose aint you Youre the kt of a soft pliable flappy piece of boy all weakness and moral i becility which the toughs take as apprentices and educate in deep dark mysteries of how to bad You are marked as a li fool by every decent man who s you and every time you iudu- iiin the foolish and hurtful ha you are lessening your opportunity of being respectable You wtu tto be smart but you know it is smart nobody thinks it is am j If you go into a strauga town yourbeholdcigarette spots you as a little ho j lum and you will have to do a of good things before you can c0 vines any one that you are wo hmg having It impairs your hen and ruins your reputation and makes a contemptable monkey lout ot what might be a respects boy Your friends are asha 1 of you If you are far ono along iin your habit you glory your shame and stick to it thru pure cussedness You ought to hasetgiven you up yet and wants near her as you are Nobody spects you nobody ought to are the blossom that yield the fruit of idleness and shame you are the sprout from which a edworthless tliought quit you know that you ought Why dont you Liberal Terms 01Ieathare operating 75 stores in United States all selling on the original plan of no money down and the easy payment of 1 each ter gI line of Samples for the Spring and is Summer seasons which will inIi elude an extended and elaborate variety of colors Call on or write and I will serve yon at the earliest date the BURNS ELAM Agent Lock box 5 Hazel Green Ky and It Sterliig Allocate Soli The following is a special patch from Mt Sterling to the of Lexington Herald the The Advocate Publishing Co pany was incorporated here withwaterj 0000 capital the lacorpornt ore betas E W Senff G Senff T B and TheyhaveAdvocate and will take charge on injhas wiGeddoDy i manage pap whichwill yoinMOTHER GRAYS la sWEET POWDEU iron CHJwLDIWt I a quri rJ rj L FORETHOUGHTn A Bit of Zeal That WM Not App OUcidd by His Wife was a very busy man and like wasteonj time by unnecessary waiting That was why in the midst of his corre spondence along about 11 oclock e other morning he paused and turning to his secretary requested him to ring up his residence on the phone Jemmison he said get myjI l i on the wire and ask Mrs Blank to come to the phone Just tell them that I wish to speak to herOsecretarymade few minutes the requiredtonne tion was made Is that you Mary said Blank en he got to the phone Yes was the answer Well this is John he said ff have just rung you up to tell you- n that Barker was in here this niorn ing with two ticket for the theater tonight He and Mrs Barker have been called suddenly out of town and he thought we might like to use the tickets How about it Fine 1 replied Mrs Blank 1l nothing else to do All right my dear continuesl Blank The curtain rises at half 8 Yes I know said Mrs Blank I thought Id let you know inn time so that directly you have had your lunch you can begin to put your hat on he went on Then we can get there before the middle of the first act Byby dear The only answer was an angry click at the other end of the wire whichseemed to indicate that another receiver was in trouble bu Mr Blank only laughed as he re workLippircottaMagazine Thanksgivingcur wholesslumcahers by the deep tones of Nasreddin Altrheasatnthis hour of the night thou doth Althe Allahbe dit lookedeswhitUlfe must be a ghost or jinn or some oth tort arrowrtthrough it I forthwith arose and owndtj givnjust praiseT Ps London hWeekly Faint Praise oceanblea steamerhwhereinwaters edge to a height of thou majestictmanyIU d0Yoa t tains and asked herIWell what do you think of that expecting as was natural r i she would be quite overwhelm I edat the sight Instead e just xuhhed her sleepyI I eyes They lookshe muttered dubi like hills- Whereupon she went to sleep theagainNew York Times ma Salt In the 811 The saline elements of ocean wa may be in part derived from formations which con I largely of like matter but Itany generally considered that the salt uses of the sea is sufficiently ac counted for by the deposition a soluble salts from the rivers Salt ofvarious kinds form part of constituent ingredients of the earths soil everywhere They are washed out by springs and rivulets 4 carried to the sea by large evaporatiodie n e galtendency t principmal saline ingredients found in ocean are chloride of sodium or common salt and salts of magnesia 8 lime I Thsi Sovereign He was a smart junior with a ris reputation for genius in the art cross examination Said he to a garrulous but alert old 0 youtitin you say was i picked Four shillings two sixpences and reeltrippinglyp Did you ever see a sovereign inI anything but gold PWaI the ne estion Yoe tace lPutII WJTMf l iwll 4a S L Y i1IiJc Wanted At once 5000 railroad I tree delivered at Hazel Green Apply to J T DAY Will Gevedon wife and baby JSadiea J Will Foreman from Saturday un til Sunday noon Mrs GevedonI and Miss Cartmel are sisters of the hostess and Willie Cartmnl iis her brother Our Agents Make S50 a Week I SrllioK new process water tutor portrait I and gold frame Costa SOcts complete e with glass sells for 198 Samples and instructions tree Young man in Ohio Ixrgesicturene generall agent wanted in each coun eaC steadyhonorableOur business is established 25 years We are not in the picture and frame trust We want honorable trustworthy repre sentatives only You need no capital to work for us We teach you hew to make a success Address at once WILLIAMS ART Co 2515 W Taylor st Chicago Oitei TIB Kidneys Are Weikeied bj OyerWerk Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re aonsiblefor much sickness eadsuEierinQ a therefore if kidney trouble is permitted t continue serious sults are most like to follow Your othe organs may need at tention your kidneys most because they ntost and should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out oforder you can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected and how every organ dutytbadly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will con vince you of iiri great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwRf Root the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It- renmrkablestands the highest because its healthrestoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress tug cases If you need a medicine you snoutu nave the best Sold by druggists in OnedOIJlar but do youhow MOD Tt ipKi have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mis SwampRootsomething in place of SwampRoot if you do you will be disapp- ointedSELIh I0 This finely bred combined harness and saddle stallion will make the season of 1910 i at my barn in Daysboro at the low price of 5 TO INSURE LIVING COLT Money due when the mare proves in foal i or bred to another horsy or jack or traders Laway and a Ilien on the colt will be retain ed to service j IISELUII 3 iuches high with white stockings on hind illIIlredill mare by Golden Chief combined horse DEMPSEY This fine young Jack will make the sea ion at the same barn at 15 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT on horseDKMPSKY in Ileieby whohavejackAllaccidentsoccur W 0 SEBASTIAN IEs0IirmsslYlDiAUfeDcedgood timber and nearly all cleared land in grass Large orchard over jasting fine water 5room dwell ing house halls and porches also thirtyIbargain Possession given Janu ary 1 1010 For further particu RRi I SEWELL O KOS- ENotary Public STILLWATER KY ofWolfeallwho mayhLave statorsOffice JJB 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KYlitOffers his eiUlintHueIqI L f MAPEL TROY MILLT ERSOur Spring lad Summer line of Goods and Millinery IB now in stock We have a beautiful line of Hats something that is sure to please you These have boon selected with great tutu Our line of Novelties is of the best Have some Silkstetc etc I We also have a pretty lino of ReadyMade Waists Skirts and Underwear all at reasonable prices i I Iclin and see us We will take pleasure in showing you throu- ghSPRING MILLINERY OPENING MARCH 23 to 26 IAZELGREEN ACADEMY Mountain School of Christian Womans Board of Missions A Special TEACHERS TRAINING COURSE is offered which extends throught the Winter and Spring Terms SCHOOL EXPENSES Tuition for term of eleven weeks 5 00 Good Board per week 2 00 Furnished Room Light and Fuel Free to you For further particulars address Bfl Q CARTER ft l D J IIICI EY IEtt J Proprietor of Hickeys Cafe I1 J No 224 W Short Street- LexingtonI Kentucky =n = Ci TO Kash Johnson XashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY FOR BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING STEP INTO CECIL J3R06s I and look through our new line of i j SPRINGand SUMMER GOODS J I We have the newest thin out in I LINEN SUITINGS and WHITE GOOJDS We have a full line of Prints we II Anything you are in new of Itt will still sell at it trill pay you to 5 Cents per yard I GET OUR PRIC S WE ALSO HAVE WALL PUB h e vt r t 4 r fSmiiax r s If fAlcoholI I I I L t neededf jtftrs Sarsaparilla is not aIj Hf0Z drink As now made tiiis not a drop of alcoholtlI life It is a nonalcoholic ronicI illIterative Ask your own I f fftjtor about your taking this the Hfdlcine for thin impure IIw rod Follow his advice I ftrY time He knows i iwpubliih our OnDwelW banish alcohol I moc11e1aoae ed Hooter It1iU doctor What is the first great U tf health U Nine doctors out of M will quickly reply Keep the bowelsIse Mltr ask him ques AM AyersNrktJ C Aj rCo Lowtll Xu EHERALD i a rjirl F N Day went to Campton j jail lit Monday on business 0 F kash and wife spent Suntt bail with Edgar Kash at Landsaw j j A + I Jfri James Motley of Spencer e = 11Tliiting relatives and friends in the f AiI ikj WantedImmediately 10 teams I ai- id haul railroad ties Call ontlf JOHN D ROSE Lexie Ky v f Mrs Alex Cundiff of Jackson ill visiting her father Superintend fiitJ W Tanlbee Daysboro mrt Children cry FOt FLETC- HERSCASTORIA in I H3 Mies Falay Long announces that trtrrbts just received a new line oft fitmmer millinery and invites the dies to call and see her fB Joe Heury Geyedun has accepted j for lelerddhip in the main store of J i Taylor Day and entered upon the I r teehsrge of his duties IondaytcI i i Barns Elam will probably leave ie a few days for Lexington where I rhi will acc pt a PQl ion with the lufer Sewing Machine Company k Yttted And at once a woman i Cjio cook wash and iron Best Iwigea and easiest home in town fipply to SPENCER COOPER J Hazel Green Ky I ci Tom Williams and wife recent Jlj returned from Middletown 0 sjuye rented a part of A F John wo farm on Lacy creek and all f hits house but one room and aglI kill Erastu8 Brooks has rented his fern on Red river 25 or 30 acres eluding his bottom land orchard gtobablyWisconsinThe council or trustees gill on Monday night next passt ta ordinance prohibiting the stock 1JtlllninRHizel Green as authorized by act iff the last legislature of The trustees of Hazel Green will fondemn the old road leading from i Jroaaway by the old parsonage to State road Unless this street were parked out it is an eyesore to vis a i jtors and others But it could b i worked out l Henry Murphy and Will Chil ders of May town were up here grading yesterday and the former bought a bunch of nine head of j yaarlinga short and long of Stevie I one of Lacy creek but we didl not learn the price Henry Murphy and Andrew Hugbes returned from a trip toE coonties eof about 100 head The clliBi cattle is scarce but our stock Bale will prove differentII i Lyon Perry who did some paint j fcg for R J McLin a few years ago I j fc here again to do some work for J Jr McLin Mr Perry is an ar yfttic painter in sign work as well1 fin house painting and a few ijiiBi now displayed in our town sribis handiwork He has with f joang nan named Hjgard y r J LantisanrI i I here 1 NathanlComhP i shot i Jack Wilson whom he had undpr arrest andWliS atCamptonAbout Town refused to believe story but it was subsfquently corroborated so strongly that a donbtcould no longer exist Then facts were investigated and italearned that the prisoner and arresting officer were wrestling when Combs pulled a pistol and to shoot Wilson who jI caught his pistol handle and turn the weapon away the bullet entering the ground uear the pris Q oners feet Combs then pulled aj pistol and again fired the shot entering Wilsons head just about the left temple glaue ing up and out a few inches from where it entered Fortunately for Wilson it was only a flesh wound Constable Spencer was at once immoned to take Wilson on to but he refused when Sheriff I Sullywas R14nt for anti convoyed t prisoner to Campton Bob Hollon also a deputy was presentj i A but from the hearsay evidence itaj does not appear that he figured in fight if fight it can be called it may he looked at it ist occurauce to be deplored for is no evidence to show that Wilson was trying to get away or was in any way unruly Combs was not arrested and he may beo able to satisfactorily explain the LaterSince the above was put type the new comes to us that Wilson attempted to wrest the H pistol from Combs accidentallys discharging it and inflicting a wound upon himself Sunday School Convention The Sunday schoolconvention the 13th district composed ef Breathitt Estill Lee Powell and Wolfe counties was held at Stan April 1517 About 30 delegates and speakers were present ii-i- and the convention was by far the beat ever held in this district State Evangelist R 11 Hopkins and State Secretary H W Elliott were present and their talks alone were enough to arouse anyone to see the need of Sunday schoolwork The people of Stanton opened their homes to visitors and all were received with great kindness The convention for 1011 will be held at Jackson Let us all especially in Wolfe county interested enough in Sunday school work to help our individual i school to be a Frank Rauk school Perhaps you have some influence over a boy or girl man or womanff and by your persistent effort canE them into the Sunday schoolff it and they will be thankful- to f you The president of this dis I triot for the coming year is Rev f W H McCleudcu and the secre I ary is Rose Coldiron Begin plan now for your school and fo j the next convention tile Woman PreacherJJ A lady preacher at the M EI church south at this place has taken the people by surprise at he wonderful pulpit oratory She basII trained voice and her delivery isI dee nomination but preaches the gos pel as she understands it All who have heard her are wonderful ly impressed and nightly she isI greeted with a full house Th writer has not had the pleasure oCIr hearing her because he is suffering with rheumatism and is afraid of night air She goes from here t Lee City we understand where she will be welcomed by the Saints Public Speaking at Pearre Hall peyr previous announcement Saturday night gave a recitation at Pearre Hall that was fairly well attended and appreciated She was to have appearadfttdny Jbot failed to make connection Her subject was 5440 or Fight and she told pe story very completely aa view d bv persons who bad read the story Others could not BO wejllapprbc ate it Botabeabow e4oad memory in reciting the wry a Ste jd 7- i IThe first team of Campton will j play the Hazel Green Academy j nine on the grounds of latter next Saturday May 7 A large crowd j will be present and a good game anticipated isII i j I have just received car load ofnice furniture bed room sets I drcsserBI14andI re right Give me a call i J iI I TAYLOR DAY I Tom Daniel und wife came oertt Saturday from West Liberty to attend the ball game between Ha zel Green and West Liberty and also to visit Mr Daniels parents C Daniel and wife They re turned home Sunday aftern- oonCASTOR t IIAFor Tnffrpfo and Children The Kind Yoi Han Always Bwghl Boars the- Signature of I ii Dont fail to attend the stock sales here on Wednesday May 11 great crowd is anticipated andI there will be stock of every kind on the market it will be a good time for dealers to buy and others sell People from Perry and Knott counties will be here withI cattle unless plans miscarry Hazel Green Academy nine play ed the Freuchburg team Monday n the latters grounds and were defeated by the score of 12 toI nine However that was good playing considering the reputation- of the Frenchhurg team and the G As are proud that they dido well everything cvnsideredI There will be a meeting of theJJ stockholders of the old Hazel Green Fair at 2 oclock on Wednesday May 11 at the old fairs grounds I with a view to reorganizing the fair J T Day has laid off a half mie track and is preparing toee build an amphitheater All are J invited to take stock that day e Be sure and attend- Incidentally we learn that some of our correspondents are endeav oring to take revenge upon some people they do not like through the columns of TilE HERALD audI we want them to understand now and for all time that they must fight their own battles without using our paper We will not tolerate anything of the kind if we knew it The ball game here Saturday between the West Liberty team aud the Hazel Green Academy nine resulted in a decided victory for the visiting team the score standing nine to four in their favor Hazel Green started in fine shape and it looked like our boys would win just too easy But the West Liberty boys seemed to gain energy after the first one or two innings and then they started thatrwas in it May be our boys got a bit rattled when the West Liberty routers beau to guy them but be that as it may they lost their nerve The West Liberty boys anronlooker could see and all were in jolly good humor Our boys can and will beat them the next time they come together Some of the preachers in thi section of the country to increase thee church roster are holding forth the idea that when Halleys comet hits the earth on the 18th of this andosinners alike from its surface Our inofrmant says that man people believing his doctrine areI seeking divine clemency by unit lug with the church They areI simply scared into joining theI church and hope thereby to es cape punishment in the world to come The minister who is r spousible for this state of affairs is not at heart a Christian and those who follow him cannot be Scientists tell us that nova needI fear the effects of the comet andI their evidence should be taken aa paramount to any pulpit orator who lieU to multiply hu flock by scows them I 7 IPar the LefUlature John M Rose a merchant of Hazel Green has announced bin self a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative from the district composed of Mor gan and Wolfe couutiesWinc- heater Democrat A Man Wants To Die only when a lazy liver and slug gish bowels cause frightful de spondency But Dr Kings XHW Life Pills expel poisons from the system bring hope and courage cure all liver stomach and kidney troubles impart health and vie r aiing5cCome In and Settle Up As Mr C P Kash of the firm of Kash Johnson Kash will withdraw from the firm at an earI ly date it is absolutely imperative I that all accounts must be settled up at once This is to notify all who are indebted to said firm toii come in and settle by note or account as they must be settled with in the next 30 days Meantime goods wili be sold cheaper than jij ever to let Mr Kash out and if yon want Ibargains sow is YOU CHANCE RespectfullyIj KASH JOHNSON KASH Fair Warning j Several times I have asked subscribers who are in arrears to come in and pay up so that I can pay my just debts A few have come to mv relief hut alas the great majority pay no attention to myj appeals and patience has worn out the seat of his pantaloons waiting for them to pay This is the last time I shall ask them und if they an not squared up by June 1 1910 they will have to pay u collector Hoping I may haye but few names to turn over to collectors I am Your friend and the peoples servant SPENCER CoopER A Bargain I Desiring to change location two of the firm of Kash Johnson Kash are determined to withdraw even though they sacrifice the stock It is the opportunity for people who need goods as everything will be sold at less profit than any merchant in Eastern Kentucky can afford Preferably however we willsell the entire stock invoiced house and fixtures at a great sacrifice This is the opportunity of a lite time for anyone who wishes to engage in mercantile trade as our health will not permit us to continue It is the most desirable stand in Hazel Green occupying as it does the ground on which the old Pieratt Hotel stood the most famous hostelry in Kentucky We want to sell in bulk and if you will meet us halfway you can buy KASH JOHNSON KASH By C F Kash Pay Your Way The base ball team complain to us that ninny enter the grounds and want to witness the game without paying the admission fee Now the parties who do so may be perfectly innocent in their in tentions But they should re member that the team is at big expense and when all pay thev hardly come out even They have to pay the expenses of all visiting teams buy bats balls uniforms c and unless they get an admis sion fee they could not continue justslike a farmer selling produce It costs them mony to play and in return they must have a revenue to pay expenses In brief a man has no more right to enter on the ball grounds and see a game with out paying admission than he has aydress pattern for his wife or a suit for himself We make this state ment lest someone insists on seeing the game without pay and thereby get in trouble Do unto the base ball boys as you would have peo welleOtherwise someone is liable to get in trouble First remember that the grounds where they play iis private property It belongs to the C W B M and the team iis composed of members of the mis lion school Pay your way if you want to tee s ball game or stay jway iif our advice 4fr L CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In Use For Over t Thirty Year- sCASIORIA CIITua COM1 lIaw a CITY III TnT 111 11- T III WATCH THIS SPACE J rrttit mJ Taylor Day MIi ttwill tell you all about itIII i- Ott Next Week rat I I iuOUJoD iSTEP INTO IMISS FALAY LONGS I I Millinery Parlors I DG and examine hero NEW SPRING LINE If OF f if Ladies Hats Ladies Furnishings fo Notions etc etc I I KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General MerchandiseI i Announce to the citizens of Nazi Green and vicinity that they have just received a magnificent line of LADIES SHQES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces fine Dress GoodsDrj GoodtNotiOBt SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspection tOO I 1 S Ajt c J 1 C rF c m C r r 1 T 7 11I u j r AiiffllMl BSEiTESt WEEKLY TolEDtBLADE TOLEDO OHIO ft The Best Known Newspa per Inthe United States CIRCULATION 200000 t Popular In Every State The seventyfourth year of its existence finds the Toledo Blade more popular that at any period of its remarkable carter It is now read each week bv more than a million people Its field is not circum scribed bv State boundaries but involves the Ilength and breadth of the United States giving Tt an unquestionable right ot claim ing to be the greatest national weekly newspaper in the country The Weekly Blade is distinctly a family newspaper The one object of its publishers hualways been to make it fit for the Amer lean 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 com prehensive manner and the various depart ments of The Blade are edited with pains taking CAre The Household page is a de light to the women and children current affairs are heated editorially without preju dice the serial stories are selected with the idea of pleasing the greating number of fic tion lovers the Question Bureau is a scrap book of information the Farmstead col umns are conducted with the purpose o giving the patrons a medium for the exchange of ideas and information on farm topics No department is neglected but every Feature is taken care of with the idea oie king The Blade worth many times the prifrj ot aubscripttonone dollar a year Simple copies mailed free Address THE BLADE Toledo Ohio N HAZEL GREEN HOTEL I 4 HAZEL GREEN J TAYLOR DAY ASA B EWIHG KYII Table best the market pleasantlteatSample V y IinJ I OA0 t ItBE WiIlonI SSte Bani WINCHESTER KY N B WITBER8POONPrell W R SPHAR Cashier Paid Up Capital 10000000 Undivided Pronto t 17000000 gaadaome Deposit of over ill 00000000 t This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus InaamengenerallTthronghoutEastern era eteryCacdity and the most liberal egitlmatebbnldq FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES EverylhlBi for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN ONE MILLION STRAWBERRY PLANTS Xi eats Free Catalogues HF HILLENMEYER do SONS LEXINGTON KY I WiryFURS WiNfld ad i F T gC1dSealYellowRoceMvAppl dMniJLI uLarcuuiraa ar mAio rerha fcMtu7 Beak rra Write for pdoliitad dipaaa t- a UrIar11C tIM t mt L btIL UUIIVILU KY GEORGE RIDE t UNDERTAKERHAZEL I I I have several fine myshopany style to order and on the most I reasonable terms I also haveII A Handsome Hearse I a and will attend all burials when I so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 26tf f GEO RICE COUCHRE 4 4 cIUkNC1 4 WITH 1Inr 4 i 4 4 ar 4 4 fir1 KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collttei aid Coiciiely Chroaiclei 0A new State Guard Company bas just been organized and mustered in at Har lan Court House Jiiiler Cyrus Cobb of Owen county fell dead on the streets of Owentou last Thursday occasioned by heart trouble Jesse niythe who wax found on the C R O tracks near Maysville Saturday in a mangled condition died that night at the Mayaville hospital A new bank was opened at Bethel Bath county a few days ago with a capital stock of 15000 and soon re ceived an encouraging deposit of 20000 Thomas Reeves the bey who killed his father Luther Reeves in Bourbon county by striping him in the head with a rock was acquitted on the ground of selfdefenseThe races at the old associa tiun grounds at Lexington are now in progress and race horse people predict that financially it will be the most sue yearsfWhile attending a fraternal celebration at Greensburg Kiley OUaninn a mem her of the Monroe Hart county Camp of Modern Woodmen was arrested on a warrant charging him with buying a crop of pooled tobacco Saturday morning last an extra freight train going east ran over Charles Dobbins aged 12 a short distance above Gallup nine riiiles south of Louisa pro ducing such injuries that death resulted a few hours later The following persons recently convicted in the Hoyd circuit court were taken to the Frankfort penitentiary last Monday James McCoy one year for highway robbery Charles liuntin one year for malicious shooting and Marion Estep two years for robbery Eighteen moonshine cases were called for trial in the Federal Court at Rich mond last Thursday seven pleading guilty and receiving sentences while 11 pleaded not guilty and gave bond They were held till next term ax the government I had no prosecuting attorney M A Thatcher tne recently appoint ed Governor of the Canal Zone who will be located at Panama when he leaves for his new home and duties will carry with him the finest silver set that ever went from Kentucky a gift from the official family at Frankfurt and pur chased in that city While the pastor was in the midst of a fervent prayer to save the souls of his congregation someone in the audien of Lewisbnrg Baptist church in Mason county cried fire and in a few min uses the church was in ruins The con gregation was panicstricken andmany were injured trying to escape No one was killed Loss 2000 with no insur ance Permanent and Quick Cure No Bad Af ter Effects Our Terms are- Reasonable Every Patient is Our Guest Our No Barred Doors or Windows A BmUM Plus ttt list U Iricy KMwi tefmwMt u IIt iil t In the Letcher circuit court W R Holcomb was found guilty murder and sentenced to eight vears in the pen itentiarv for the tilling of Isaac HnflTin 1908 Mr Holcomb AH old pensioner and is in a paralyzed condition having been carried to the court during his trial His attorneys will try to have the case appealed Ward Headley of Princeton one of the leaders in the burley tobacco pool in Kentucky reports that the pool is gaining strength allover the state He says the recent cold ware has proved diana trous to the tender you II tobacco plants and gives as a rough estimate that one third of the plants in the state was killed by the frost Doc Mounts a noted character along the Kentucky border in and around Lindsay was shot and killed Sunday by Amos Uatfield known as one of the most dangerous men in the mountains of Kentucky and West Virginia He was shot twice one ball entering the hear- and killing him instantly Hatfield wa e clearedon examining trial evidence showing nelf defense David Stanley murderer of Georee W Dotson at Prestonnburjr in Floyd county several weeks ago and for whom- a reward of 400 had been offered was arrested by Deputy Marshal W An deacon just beyond the border line iin Wise county Va Stanley in to have made a fierce resistance but at length gave up He will be taken to I Prestonsburg to stand trial James Ison the 1I year old son cf for mer Jailer Bony accidentally shot and killed his playmate the fodr year old son of Alfred Fields at Kingdom Come below Whitenburg in Letcher couuty The lon boy who was just inside the house at home picked up a shotgun and began to carelessly handle it At length the weapon was discharged the entire contents taking effect in the Fields boys fact killing him almost in stantly A teacher in a New lorsoy school received the following note on I pupilsIe day as he waz kwite ii and th docter tolled me to keys him in bed So I let him stay at home Your resptively Aliases Joues suspicions cionsTommy said she sternly who wrote that note pleaseMiss+ MissWell I must say that some of that spelling is remarkably lik meceThe little fellow was equal toIi the occasion t Yes maam he said cheerfully I I everyone says that as far as I spelling is concerned Im the dead j i image of my Subscribe O1aII and all habits We send out DO Home Cures None of them success Every one must come to cur Sanitarium where we specially prepared to handle this clara of ditf aef and where til JUMpri L said lon Your attention is called to tho aclvei tisements in this paper The merchants of our town appreciate your trade and take this means of tolling yon of any bargains they i may have to offer and also to an n MI n co the arrival of new goods which are placed at your disposal told inspection By closely watch ing the columns of this paper you will learn the names otnnr busiI ness men who invite yon to deal with them and you can rest as eared that they will tr at you right A merchant who does not care enough for your trade to ask doesnotgains he may have to offer is hard ly worth your patronage The progressive merchant will always let his customers know of the arrival wayforthrough the columns of THE HER Lion Fondles a Chili In Pittsburg a savage lion fond led the hand that a child thrust into his cage Danger to a child ill sometimes great when least re garded Often it comes through colds croup and whooping cough They slay thousands that Dr Kings New Discovery could have saved A few doses cured our hairy of a very bad care of croup writes Mrs Georgq B Davis of Flat Rock N C We always give it to him when he takes cold Its a wondbrful medicine for bat hies Best for coughs colds lla grippe asthma hemorrhages weak lungs 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers We heard on the street the other tiny of a man who claimed he was pnperhutin one of our county papers tell lug how to prevent a horse from slobering and sent 150 for re ofeinformation came it said Teach your horse how t spit aneI d I heardIthroughout the country He cam to his mother and slipped his hands into hers Mamma he eairltie it trot that in some places the little boys and girls have scarcely enough water to drinkI That is what the papers say dearmy saideId like to give up somethin for those poor little boys and girls His mother gave him a food look Yes dear And what wouid you like to give up I Mamma he said in his urnestII wav as long as the water very very scarce I think Iought to give up bein washed I I guarantee a perfect in long not rare hLw much you use or how 1 We do not send our patients bale a pbyalral1frfckwith orlneda tonic to build thruwhen you leave onr elaltarinlD know upyou you are cured are perfectly free from allor desire for either drag or liquor You Ire eating and sleeping well and taking no medicine craving homewhatever Or pUeIIll gain trait and Itrelllh from the very beginning It we do not cure you itcosta you uotbing so you ace row have rverythhgto pill and nothing to low t of is B I NO I I i DangeriI When you are sick or suffering from any r Rduit I men Thousands of women have used Carding been benefited Why not you9 Dont taken ny- II chances Get Cardui the old reliable ofttineMI remedy for women of all ages 1 ii TAKE I i j It Will Help You tt j Mrs Luzania Morgan Sneedville Tenn writes For tR years I suffered with the turn of life and tried many remedj without relief I had pains all over my body and at times 1 cori not sit up At last I took Cardui and now I can do my house I have told many ladies about Cardui and recommend it to all M women itAT ALL DRUG STORES I THE H KRISH COMPANY Inc Catlettsburg Kentucky I Dry Goods and Notions Always in stock a well selected lilt Offers filM pniptfy nt ift tin J THE BANK ICapitalN IIr IL Total 3312HH The Following tU a Ilit of Stockholder Who Own and Control lit GreeneDIJIboroOCastleUenCastleJI GreenJGreen GretaJGreenAW L Hurst lawyer Campion Miss Lula 11 Evans Swords Creek Val f E F CECIL lmIIIF f ZM Our is the finest in the State and ladies of about to us as they are by and they will be shown bat enaets rand cour teous We refer you to the Bank and ne or in 1 If you are seeking a cure and one that is is 01 before one cent lYe will letter from yon and fully give you any If you have any reason to doubt that we can not do what we claim your case U aa Yours very truly I l 1 J 0 P r t ti FURS JOHN WHITE co AND HIDES RdfaLdaa 4fWe Give a Positive Guaranteed Cure for Liquor E Morphine Cocaine Chloral and All Drug 1 Treatmentis trralmpntfor everye weLNO CURE twoweeksweeksOarcuredHEBELiquoraddictionloeidroomRnnready PAY IWHOLESALE HAZEL GREEN ForkJGreeDIt GreenFPREsrorartR LiTJttlliKllRli0wi Habits Trained Nurses P Fine Service y Excellent Table Well Furnished e and Well VentiiSted Rooms Sanitarium needmot hesitate coming attended aJajyjMM nothing tbemont attention Farmers National paybtulrs professional wVcia casplaceqaesiionwithout suffering guaranteed tayetsatisfaction paying appreciate II Wwiq information satisfactionIfYOBBemembercoafideatialWritenearly possible HORD SANITARIUM SHELBYVILLE IND IIKa1t12elanu1RWtt offtIaf blfll wllwrw live I aIJ J IJ