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S 1 r x fit nil4r UAZL4GREEN HERLaj-rr- u f l d Ms oho 5 MAde Famous in the story of Jonathan end His I Con 1 indnt bY Max ORet1 OO i I IPEHCER OOOffER Owner and Editor t fC J- N Of n NIsy World With New From Alt Matloa LlIBbrI pt III Haok ass r M tVE4FTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26 1897 t Y it- IIr HKBAIUff HTJHTERS y I f T t i fae0 ta till Jke ea Uncle Ann to a Deer RutI What a change this country thi- asofnUin part of Eastern Kentucky cs allyhaq undergone the last twenty jfAratt It iis mysleriously wonderful II- TwAtyodd years ago this part of old Kentucky was t etIRdof paradise fa hunters Game hen including bear leer and wild turkey was plentiful But the ttocllhf civilization now spreads its light goer every fastness of the mountains in magnificent splendor rand the greater part of game now findsI a home lathe wilds of the great west Numerous were the times that I listen ed in my boyhood days with great boy Ish wonderland aetonfenrenttto the hunt lagi tales related by VfcLe and bcle Mien Vividly do J remember how it was the joy of my souf to hear them tell their hunting stories as I sat befo the sparkling fire in dreamy blissful moments Then but a mere toddtln chap I did not realize that the dun of my future days would be a glorious one Borthitt I would ever be able to pen down in witty style the incidents of thek stories My memory reverts back to the proud scenes of my boyhood days- aDSJringJclearly to my knowledge the iiitory of one of their hunts as related brtlem soon vafter it occurred Altho twenty odd years since it occurred I thght it wise to give It to the public ootihat it will yield some one n fortune betwitfrthe hope of it interesting one ortpo thousand readers of the ever pro crastive HERALD 9 i l nclo Allen is a little reserved in his story telling In Vache you can trace hUfancy for story tclliug back to his aoif distant ancestors ntid he tens them I Random with great dignity I remera- bertjery distinctly a story he told on Uncle Allen Yes I remember it word foreword as told by Vache and as he Always takes the ginger cakes for story telling I will relate it as he told it to a- IItl Verity this is the way it was Twenty years ago game of all kinds wu plentiful in this part of Kentucky Hunting then was half my living and the choicest sport of my life When I wanted to take a hunt I always1 engaged the company of one or more experienced hunters By jacks I would always give Uncle Allen the first call He is a num berone marksman but I just tell you gentlemen he is not ingenuous enough to play his pranks on methis old hunter I lived not far distant from Uncle Allen remember there fell early one winter a powerful deep snow just the I tight kind of one to kill deer I thought I know where I could find some deer so I houldered my old trusty rifleI bet my life I conld shoot a gnats eye with it at a distance of one hundred yards udwent to got Uncle Allen to go with Re deer hunting lie refused to go putting up tho excuse that he had mashed his band terribly and couldnt load his gur U he did go Well he did have painfulsore hand but I told him ho could go along with me and I could load for him and his mashed hand wouldnt tinder him from shooting By jacks he Agreed to it and had mb to shoot his gun tfand put a fresh load in her I did but knowing that if Uncle Allen went along with me I mightnt perhaps get to headsandindworked Ha ha hatt Well sir gun with a tow wad but u ginger cake that I didnt let him know anything about it till that hunt was nearly forgotten j readyjUntoWe made a straight blaze for liere that being a spanking place Well ourbunttwined farseeing eyes saw a bunch of N ratn old buck dpo and fawn Uncle Allen fired away at onej mWsed of course ad the deer went Moapity loapity ou- tfightIi Itell I loaded Undo Miens gun for i put a tow wad in for a bullet of SgQrse and then we went in hot anxious I 1rault of our deer Wo soon got sight 5 them again Bang went Undo Al J jffl gun and whackity whack went ff8 deer Tho deer had seen him and gettlthey like s sportybet qIagaiuthe1ay e was get ting up iim the evening and I persuaded Uncle Allen to go to arfpletup wood strike up a fire and have supper against I got there r told him I would follow suet Irslopped and that they wouldnt make a plaything out ofme when I got a crack at them He tent to camp nnd I fol lowed on after the deer I got on top of the hill stoppedand gave a look for them Looking downthedill before me Lease them about one hundred yards from me The old doo and liar fawn were lying down The old buck WitS standing up looking right toward me I jkhew it saw me for it raised its head and gave a loudsnort The old buck saw me and Mid to the doe and fawn hadrebetter move out from here or he will doeglooked around toward me and then said to the old buck and fawn Oh thats not Vache there isnt any danger That Uncle Allen and stay right here The old buck spoke again aud said I tel you we had better get away from hero that is Vache certain The old doe garo him to understand that she wry too well acquainted with Vacho and continued to lie still I said to myself See here if you lie there till I get a shot you will know how it fis to call in Uncle Allen f I leveled my gun on the fawn and at the crack of my gun it tumbledover stone dead The old buck gave a snot and said to the doe Gracious I told you that wasnt Uncle Allen Thats Vnche und we had better hide out or bo will kill the dd last one of us The doe responded I verily believe now it is Vache So away went my deer fully fully convinced of the fellow that was after them That iis one of the many times that I got the joke ou Uncle Allen and I would often talk to him about it and tell him how the deer accusedme of being Uncle Allen and therefore no danger Uncle Allen said ho would match me some day but he has not and I still bear the familiar name ef Vache the notorious hunter nnd joke planner Vache and Uncle Allen are two noted characters aud famous landmarks of Holly as well as two of its most distin guished hunters Events of their lives will form the brightest the most interesting and romantic pages of the history of Holly Both are living now but hath are fast ripening for the grave Their hair has turned to silvery gray and the frost of three score years has made traces of its bllthing effects Not withstanding nit this they often tell to eachother the many thrilling incidents of their lives and they are the same kind genial tale telling fellows Lane Ky11ENJ SEWELl We clip the following from tho Beat tyville Enterprise of last we khRicb ard Toler shot and mortally wounded Boone Angel on Tuesday night at the house of Jake Toler the father of Rich ard who lives about four mites east of here Angel was seen in the yard it being night Toler asked him who heat Angel refused to tell Toler fired at him with a Winchester the ball peno trating the abdomen passing through the body and came out near the spinal column Angel walked home which was about one mile away The trouble arose over a woman Angel was a mar ried man with a family Toler is a single man and is about twenty years of age Angel died Wednesday night at 10 oclock IfANTEDSKV ERAL FAITHFUL MEN f or women to travel for respopslble es tahliahed house In Kentucky Balarl 1780 payable BIG weekly and expenses permanent Reference Enclose selt address crt envelope The National Star Uulltllng Chicago 2348 Removing whisky from bonded ware houses in bottles is tho charge which is made against a number of storekeepers and gaugers before the federal grand jury The law allows the withdrawel of one pint for sample but it is alleged that some have drawn quarts and gal lons The penalty is a fine of 500 one yearM imprisonment and dismissal from the service Wbltevuh For Exterior ellal1ai Arftbeseasdn for cleaning up trash and rubbish which has accumulated I during the winter months as well as whitewashing fences outbuildings etc is rapidly approaching we copy the following from the Scientific American The Washington nr government whitewash is made as follows Take half a bushelof unslaked lime slake it with boiling water cover during the process to keep in steam train the liquid thro a fine sieve or strainer and add to Jti a peck of salt previously dissolved in warm water three pounds ground rice boiled ton thin paste and stirred in while hot half a pound of Spanish whiting and one pound clean glue previously dissolved hanging in a larger one filled with water Add five gallons hot water to the mixture coveredhot for which purposoit can be kept in a kettle er portable furnace The east end of the presidents house at Wash ington iis embellished by this brilliant whitewash It IIs used by the government to wash lighthouses A pint of this wash mixture if prop erlyappliedwilt cover one square yard and will be almost as serviceable as paint for wood brick or stone and is much cheaper than the cheapest paint Coloring matter may be added as de sired For cream color add yellow ochrr pearl or lead add lamp or ivory black i fawn add proportionately four pounds of umber to one pound of Indian red andone pound of common lamp black i comma stone color add proportionately four pounds of raw umber to two pounds tamp black The Huh You Wontr rrPay that subscription you owe notwithstanding our pleadings anti now that patience prostituted Ill try another way by law Alter next week ALL subscriptions unpaid will be placed in the hands of onr attorney with authority to sue It is a case of The old man the boy and the apple tree now Some Pertinent Questions The Chicago Dispatch the only Dem ocratic paper in Chicago which advocated Bryan and Free Silver during the recent presidential campaign in commenting on Senator Wolcotts trip to Europe with reference to international bimetallism reproduces the following questions which were first sprung by lIon H F Bartine Why docs the opponent of the free coinage of gold and silver want an inter national agreement- If the demon tbatton of silver did no harm why should we have an interna tional agreement to restore it T If there never was bimetallism in the United States why should we have it nowby international agreement If tine demand for free coinage is more ly a dishonest attempt on the part of silver minors to get a dollar for CO cents worth of silver why should his wicked proposal be gratified by international agreementIf civilized condition of India and China is owing to the use of silver why should we enlarge the use of silver by international agreement and thus en danger civilization- If 1 silver has depreciated because the cost of producing ithas fetscncd how can an international agreement restore any part of its value This is indeed a funny world People do expect of the newspaper man that he publish a first class uptodate metro olitau paper and do it on faith wind and n mighty few cold victuals thrown In It is amazing and yet seemingly true that the newspaperman is expected to pay his rents insurance help pay for his paper freight and express and do it on delinquent subscrIptionsjj Cant you call at the captains office today and liquidate that little bill you owo for subscription advertising or job work t AFLOOB TkrttteuBliMtMrueTeva el Jtefc- I In The Lexington Herat gives the fol lowing account ef the recent flood Jackson Ky Feb UThe Kentucky river has been dsipg steadily for the past twentyfour hours At 7 oclockl this morning it had risen fifteen feet And at 7 oclock this evening it had risen nearly twenty feet more making f moat unusu al tide At 6 oclock the rigor bad broken out of its banks spreading terror and desolation to tlroae living in tho bottom lands along the river banks It faatlU rising and the people are moving to high ground aud getting into placesof safety from the floodAJtho present tune it is within ten feet of the Arlington ho tel one of the principal hosieries here It is a flood and no mistake and the pretty little town of Jackson is threatened with the most serous disaster in its history At one time it was thought that the largo mill and lumber yards of the Day Brothers would go away but for tunately they were able to run a boom of logs around it and it Is now thought theLexlngtflnrived this evening and except for the L A E railways telegraph wires com munication with the outside world would be severed It is still raining hajrd with no sign of abatement Everybody has lent a willing hand tQ save hU neighbors property It is rumored here tonight that a man was drowned in tharivcr this evening but no particulars are obtainable at this late hour Tho Lexington and Eastern train which left here yesterday afternoon at 220 got no further than Btnttton Powell county where orders wero received to return to Clay City and remain there for tho night The passenger on tho train for Jackson Beatty ville and other stations wero taken I caro of by the railroad at Clay City and I Stanton Thu Kentucky river has risen thirtyfive feet at Beattyvillo Junction and word was received at the general offices here yesterday afternoon thatI belhretween Dundee and Natural Bridge that rendered the passage of the train an impossibility A serious washout between Torrent and Fincastlo took away about sixty feet of tho track and there were I numerous slides Nothing hiss been heard from Beattyvillo Tho nod river at Clay City is rising but it in hoped that ao serious damage will occur there It is tho most severe rain in tho history of Eastern Kentucky and the high water mark of 1889 bids fair to be surpassed Further dispatches relating to the flood ktato that the damage done inI near ly every section has been terrible The following from A Lexington special to the Enquirer under date of Feb 22 gives a partial account of the ravages along the lino of the L k E railway Along the line of tho Lexington Eastern railroad which finds its termi nUll at Jackson 96 miles east of Lexing ington the damage has been the greatest By courtesy ef Manager Livingston The Enquirer has tonight secured the use of the L S E railroads private wires in Fecuring accurate reports from the moun talus At Jackson the Kentucky river Is up 38 feet flooding the town up to tho Ar lington Hotel During last night three log booms burst letting out 6000 logs In trying to save thorn Abe heed colored was drowned At Athol 13 miles west of Jackson the middle fork of the Keri tucky is up 30 feet rf At BeattyvilloJunction 24 miles from Jackson tho middle and north forks of the Kentucky meet in a rise of 40 feet Much damage has been done to all kinds of property From this point to the town of Beattyvillo some two miles the junction road is from five to fifteen feet under water The telegraph wires aro all down in tho river and communication with the town of Beattyville is cut ofT Icing on the three forks of Kentucky river it is presumed that great damage has been done Two men attempted to reach Beattyvillo Ina boat but were forced back by the current Between Beattyvillo Junction and Torrent Wal kers creek has flooded nearly aUf the country Iwteffe i away way of the cabin homes of the aouataiaeers who were fprced tuh her goukI H Near Fincastjo the rajlrofld rack a were washed away Between Torrent aVaNaluranmage Reed river is out df l I crtrrylugtapkiipoJingtheage to houses In some instances the Jaflmcd1Jogs J Musica rtalfth Typewriting ing and Commercial Law 4 ore Normal aid Training blo Courflo mud Bible Talks 4 tunity iin tho mountaijiB to obtain an si mil coat Catalogue and particulars IK CORD PZ4lnelI + AVENS a ItrPRACTICALJ IiIrREEN LLred Gold Syeotaolea a anythingJewelry Iverware see Ig money Sl = t ttcr DAVISii CTICAL 0 ID WAGON MAKERS JN KENTUCKY I Per IU lioU4tGATE CITY MKNIFKB Co KvFeb lII21This Ifl a flourishing little city with four hotels and ono stavo mill employing 2fi or SO mOil and 3 teams The Gate City hotel lathe most commodious hav ing 3 rooms and 15 boarders run by De haven do Co The Crawford house comes next Mud City is another flourishing little village ono mile below There are 6 or P hotels there I stay in that city and board at the Grand Central hotel There are two rooms two ladies do the cooking and eight of us board theretpABoard is first class and work IIgbtAll I have to do is to load stave holts on u wagon and drive to mill and unload T haul about 80 Toads a day The bolts r average 160 pounds each I would much rather measure calico The sheriff anti poISe swooped down on our little Village the other night and beguiled one of our men Harlin Sexton away and took him to Frcnchburg I am hern for my health N but think my health greatly improved and will not stay hero many mouths longer Wishing you success I remain yours N W H+ My postoffice address is Poracroyton Ky I Y A special to the Cincinnati Enquirer from Jackson dated February 17 says Ou Monday night a kuklux raid was made on the home of ono Fugate ia theI southern portion of tho county Fugate previously hearing of the intended raid f hid himself In his barn loft armed with a Winchester They called to Mm at gangkillinghe saw them carrying him away wouad Ing another send spreading such terror tbatt dl rdipet p j t1 qp1I o A r I ir JiT JII I I HAZEL GREEN KY- THURSDAY I Fob 25 1897 4 ANNOUNCEMENTSt Per Gmtr J itet Kergu Oemity WfrBre authorised to announce JOHN A CountyJudgeof tneDeraoornUe primary tea= j 1111 iVIIUMIIt IfglKUUUlO lUIIUUIIMVU n plnn by whioHthe tflto cbnTicGs en bo worked to an advantage without brill Tug them Into competition with free Ila bor A bill lIs now under conniderntion i to divide Iho convicts Into clallIs and put all to work One claw is to bo em ployed in digging Irrigation ditches an other la to rttiso farm products for the various atnto institutions a third cl will bo used in building roads while the more vicious will bo employed with 1t1prison walls in breaking atone to be uBCd in building state rtacadam roads The i legislators Kentucky should take steps toward amending the pre constitu tion BO that convict can bo used for thin purpose and1 future generations will Ilook to tbom with pride when they can drive to market and not hate to pity more for hauling than they get for their produce REdAnmxn the talk of harmony between the gold and silver Democrats In this state Hon John D Carroll of New Castle In an interview at Lexington recently said I confes I dont untie stand just what the people who aro talking I about harmony mean If the Demo ocrats who refused to support Bryan want to come back into tho party andI itsupportt it is uouscnso to talk about 90 per cent of the party who supported Uryau let ting 10 per cent of tho boltow make nominations or dictate terms This aver question cant be put aside or Ignored 3 It will be the issue in the next atato campaign and no person who is net or bas not been thoroughly andI earnestly identified with the silver lIen tlmeut can bo elected to any state office GREAT SALES pmvotltogr of Hoods Sarsnparilla Hoods Samparllla sells because it accomplishes GREAT CURES I s IPiicrto OF SER P a It C i 1H a1l BrlBkerhoff fwl Ls di the Mansfield Savings Bank was in theI city yesterday Ho Is one of the few ex tensive bankers who favor tbo tree cola ice of silver As llong Ago as 1891 Gen eral Brinkerhoff delivered an address be fore tbff bankers association et Now York in which he advocated most ear predlctedb I r rfQrm paignt Genecal Brinkerhofl was an en thusiastic supporter of the Democratic national ticket and is today more im pressed than ever with the wisdom of a liberal1 treatment of silver Speaking to a representative of The Enquirer last night be said I hope that President McKinley and tho new congress wilt be able to give tho country prosperity but there Is nothing in the outlook that affords me much en rightlytherisers they contemplate no material Coinage reform About all they will do Internslionaltigate the question of bimetallism an report whatever the administration may Jettro to have them find There la not the slightest dQubt iu my mind that lh- lvation of the financial interests o saa couptry and the general prosperity the people lies in the free coinage o and It must cpmo within tho net saa years The time Iis feet approaching ben the politicians must sacrifice all san and monopolistic interests to welfare of the public The people weary sad disgusted with the methods the retiring administration and now they find no consolation in the pro of the next four years reign I R surprised that there lit little indication of a return of prosperity I have great respect for President McKinley admiring as I do many of his elements of character and I regret that he should now be hampered with a tingle gold standard whop the opportunity other Rise would be ripe for a master stroke or both capital and labor General Brinkerhoffjs president of the itate board of charities and is en rout 0 New Orleans to attend a meeting oho officials of benevolent institutions of ither etntcsEnquirer The wail of the harmonyhowlers Iis pollIclans1 lirafTection in tho late campaign are loing most of the howling There only me WilY to have harmony in a party an hat Is for ita members to be in Record rith its principles as enunciated in na ional convention assembled and if our inrmonyhowling contingency are real u earnest about getting together a hey have to do is to get into the free liver bandwagon and thenand then possibleTho sadndie in Ugsurrender on the part of our Ueutecratinc views will bo tolerated Nicholasville Democrat MORGAN COUNTY JaaeleamMrs Ella Stamper is very sick inGrorgo Brewer is very sickat this writing W II DeUusk visited his parents 1 last MondaIJ R Delhi sV and wife of Mire visit cd iu The Jambs Sunday i George Larson ot Clark is in The Jambs looking for a location Kit Peyton whiles scuttling over a gu with his brother as to which should aho ofto at a target the gun was accidentally dis charged the bullet entering his abdomen and ranging upward lie Iit not expect od to live Feb S3 RA rite Mites News Iis scarce this week owing to theI coming primary Miss Susie Murphy is visiting her sis ter Mrs Luella Oldlield Rev H H Hollcy of Hard Green preached at old Grassy church Sunday Tho recent high water has done great damage to the roads and fences in thisI section Solomon Haney whoso illness has been reported in these columns is not expect to live but a few hours catBarn to the wife of Wm Pack last week a baby girl and now Billy steps higher theses a blind mule in a rye field Fob 24 ASIIUS mssLAO I 1 Jom tDie wn toIie lfiolt the wife of Jas Spauldiog Your scribe went to Campton tad weekjon businetMarried on the Olh inst G B Brew er tollje Sarah Ilullou 0 Diedon lhe 8th inst infant child of Mr and Mrs H K Gibbs j i D B Hollon and John Graham went to Cincinnati last week to lay in a stock of goods One of John Grahams eyes is affected with cbor9iditus exsudativa accompanied by partial niicropsia metaphror phosia and chromotropaic scotomn and yet Rosa tells him it Is all caused by loss of sleep Jolly G n Stamper the notorious bear fighter excellent tutor eminent jurist etc who has been teaching a se lect school on Holly with such remarkable suttees whistled out on the 18th and he now basks in the cheerful sun thine of wife and dear little ones rev sling In bliss sublime Green Berry ia a daisy and a dandy just in his bloom peculiardsuccess in all Of his religious and sancti monious undertakings May the moon glorytI SaetJones in point of homer wit and repar ttee is conducting a revival mefetiug at Elkius chapel Much earnestness inter andrdoubtless many souls will be brought to Christ before the revival fire brindles away Bro Hornsby looks every whit like n Christian gentleman and his str alwaysmthe finishing touches of the gospel in iits purity and they never fail to sling the arrow of conviction through the hearts of the most devilhardened sinners He preferringgrandest most glorious and sacred of all Ob give ui the cowboy the able divine On him we trust to win souls for Christ A choir toslug The Sayior J Isktainey yi Feb 19 BKAD MJLTTOON TeplcetLon McNabb fell and severely hurt himslf Sunday 1 B M Mannin spent last week at home with his patents Henry IVprd the Clark branch bone knocker was visiting his parents Satur dRY and Sunday todgo to work now repairing fences and bridges that wore washed out by the tide Sundayt schoolNThomas at Big Branch school hpuso last Friday It was progressing nicely with 45 in attendance Last Saturday night the young folks of this neighborhood gave Miss Lou Cat ron a call anti all enjoyed themselves for n while and then the boys had to enjoy their muddy ride home Among thorn on the sick list are Mes dames W A Old field John Bush and B F Holing Misses Mollio and Lillie Clark and Laura Brown nnd Mesirs Willie Clark and Robert Nickell Peter Wills informs us that if the people of Sandfield district will lend a helping head in the fall he will build a school house in his yard sari hire a good teacher so school houses will be plentiful around here Hurrah for Pete Feb 28 SBI FnITo Care Cold Ia One Day Take Laxative Broom Quinine Tablets All druggists rotund the money if it fails euro 25c MENeen tablished house In Kentucky Salary 780 payable 15 weekly and expenses Positionj permanent Reference Enclose selfiddres BulltllogChlea WANTED Walnut and Cherry Logs 10 inches longApplyLouisville Ky I IIi A FLOYD BYRD Campton Ky II ATTOBNEYATLAW cullccd01i1l unrnllteedConnectell DayMtn j tjJIAS 11 BrUn ATTOBNKYATLAW OAMPTON KY JColections a tpeclalty p A A i e We are BADLY OVERSTOCKEDVj fin Every Department The Extreme Mild Weather and Warm Winter is the Causet 2001 nuV10 U I V11 uq NOTHING RESERVED EVERYTHING GOES 11toJ est Prices This is no Jfake Sale but genuine reductions A FEW SPECIAL REDUCTIONS Fenuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 400 now 250 Genuine NeverRip Corduroy Pants former price 125 now 76c Our Best Jeans Pants former price 125 now 75c Best LIQeofOvercoats in tno GUg Best Lite ol Dlsters ini tie City A Useful Line of Holiday Presents in Every Department LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS of KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY O co n or PI WESLEYAN ACADEMY I NORMAL TRAINING SCHOOL A AT CAMPTON KY +0 + u COtIlSE8t y i1tfIr nrrO ifSJJr6i1 Instrumental Vocal Voice Culture TheoryThe2 COI1nl accomplished teacher formerly of Muyirllle Ky BUSINESS BookKeopino Shorthand Typewriting Lettering NORMAL Special Teachers Review Term o1 10 Weeks Begins Merck 16 INDUSTRIAL InstrncUon In Carpenter Lathe and Scroll Work For Catalogue or Particular AddressFXIagesBISHOP Prin Campton Ky oar IN QUANTITY BESTIN QUALITY WORMS WHITES CRE- AMVERMFUQEN FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED SOLD uv ALT DUUO- OreTSeatcnaanaasI THE HERALD IlNDSOF t I It SO YEARSII rTRADE MARKII lu4enmtlQ a atetrh ana dcecnpUOD 7 I quick r wcertmJn free whether an InTentlpnM strtdrrmnadentlal teadII reoNvsspectl AMERICANfroa 01 pleienndalWoolf D ent free Address MUNN CO J 301 IIrw New Yak 1 A F 0 r rwy- MrMfMNMMMMIMMI yyoaw+ ra r tl waMtiMMU4 ar k Mi + W 4N+hN WNMt f BE HERALD N i 1 Maul Grim N aIsaJiitpp 1SI Little Virginia Day who bas been sick fir the past week iai some better A large supply of old newspapers nt this office at 20 cents per hundred Dick Mcllvain of llothwell wasa guest of the Day House over Sunday MiM Rachel Ann Nickell of Ezel en tered the H0 A aa a student this week There was another big tide in Red river this week and log men are correspondingly happy Andy James who camo up Saturday to bring his daughter to the academy returned Monday Elder II D Adams has vacated th Swango property and rented a tract o land from E F Cecil Many of the boarders at the home took advantage of the holiday Monday and visited their hornet II 4 I Born to the wife of Thqs H May of the State rpijd folk JTob 23 a girll Dr John Taulbee officiating L Revs Barney Hlankenshjp and GrecnI Stacy wilYpreach at Consolation church Sunday morning at 11 oclock The town of Lee City had a taste of r the recent flood The flour of a portion of J T Days store wee under water Revs Davidson and Johnson are hold Jlog a snries of meetings at Maytownf where much interest is being manifested Charley Uarger representing Barlow Hindman k Co of Huntington W Vn was a guest of the Day House thhweek Tho jailor at Salyersvillq frustrate an attempt to break jail just in time t prevent the delivery one day last week Died on Saturday night Rell Hamp too a grandson of Nelson Hampton o Lacy creek Ho was about 18 years of age Rev Green Stacy will preach at the Methodist church in Hazel Oreen on Saturday night Services at the usual hourBerry Pieratt representing the clothing house of Trounstein Bros Cincin nati was a guest of thq Day House this week Abe Reidcolored son of Al Reid of Dayaboro was drowned at Jackson on Sunday last while working on a log boom Tho editors refrain This is the winter of our discontent j weve burdened the mails with duns and collecicd hardly a cent Misses Nannie Baycs and Bertha James f of Cedar Grove Montgomery county camp up this week and matriculated the academy Dr Nicked was on Tuesday called to Sellers in Morgan county to reduce a dislocation in the arm of a little son of Mrs Eliza Taulbee j John Tutt who was shot by Dave Spencer on the lUh inst at Torrent and subsequently removed to his home at I Campton died on Tuesday morning at 5 I oclodk I Chas Duff Fred McCormick and Tames Young who were visiting rela tires and friends at their homes in Spen cer returned to their school duties here last week Miss Bertie Wilson who has been sick r aftrTueedayonRed Senator Wra Lindsay bas placed us Under obligations for a lot of garden fteed including Alaska pea tomato radish beet etc which our subscribers U this vicinity may have by calling at this office Miss Minnie L Day who returned bome last week after an absence of nine freeka was taken seriously ill last Thurs improvingThanks J A Taulbee Jacob Neace and Dan Farlor were inI degreeby I j lat Thursday These are the two menjj ho rode after W A Byrd in Breathitt I county and shot him I The wife of James B Cecil of Black Water Morgan county is reported to be- d+ ngerouely ill She was taken sudden I Jslcka few days since with a pain in SCreide and rendered speechless in I fen minutes She has pneumonia fever A ALCtitistlnndhurchunilay Ij6o 28th ialt the topics for tCfmwa are 11a m Resolution sad mBelehauarb theBiblebetheActs Mr Louiswroughtcompany an hon ored IstoI attractive hostelry iin the country Hes an epicure you know and the table dhoto just to his taste Hiram tbeJohnI washereI printed toI advertise hithorse for the season of 1897 Breeders interelltllbyI r andaction The many friends of Uncle Jim Nick ell will be glad to learn that he has re covered the timefago good news is marred by the fact that he is now suffering from hiuonHoeI forkIAgain we are compelled to print a half sheet owing to the non arrival of our regular supply of paper The roads arc in such a fearful condition that but few wagons are passing Will be all right next week however In the meantime I come in and JJQPAY WHAT YOU OWE US- Elder D G Comb sad family in eluding Mrs Lucy McGuire have moved to Morehead where Mr Combs will have charge of the dormitory of Morehead academy Misses Etta Daniel and Liz zie Pieratt calledat this office yesterday and requested hptMrei McGulreVpaper be changed to hat place Hoarseness lends to serious irritation of the throat and may end in a racking toiis but a step to serious lung trouble Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will quickly clear andfan remedy for all disorders of the throat and lungs Get a bottle today Harry Murphy living on the Murphy fork of Grassy met with a very painful accident the latter part of last week On entering his barn a heavy beam fell on his head and struck him to the ground rendering him insensible Dr Mason Kash was called to see him amputates u1rTheexpected V f It In the division of tlioiJJcGuire estate made last week thoVtwoTldldrenCourt ney and Cora Mrs Andrei ivere awarded the bouse and lot in lIaaei Green and 210 acres of the farm Mrs McGuire the widow receiving I her dower fur lifo the remaining 155 acres or there abouts The cnmmiMicncni initlie case were Judge Wheeler Eel Cecil and Wiley Perkins A dispatch was rcquiveli hero on Tuesday morning conveying the information that Thos Wilson a son of David N Wilson of Leo City this county had diedat 1 oclock that morning at the Soldiers Home in Washington City The deceased left here some 1C years since and his father had not heard from him ofIHome Prevention is better than euro Keep your bloptl pure your appetite good and your digestion pprfcct by taking Hoods SnrshpttjUJa j i t Hoods Pills act harmoniously with Hoods Sarsaparilla gentle efficient Died on Laurel in this county on Friday last Mrs William Brewer after a long and painful illness The imme diate cause of her death was measles though she had been in an emaciated condition from consumption andasthma Her maiden name was Anna Oldfield and she was a daughter of old Uncle Wash Oldfield long since deceased She leaves a husband and several children to mourn her death C B Amyx iis in receipt of a letter from his brother Dr J S Amyx of Kansas City Mo in which he states that hoiis now at St Josephs Hospital under treatment for tuberculosis con eumption of the leg He was operated on a short time since and about n Ipint of pus ran out The doctors say that as soon as the swelling is reduced the bone will have to bo scraped and by that means they hope to save the limb- ANTEDSIFRAL1T FAITHFUL MEN i or women to travel for responsible es tablished house In Kentucky Salary S18U payable 15 weekly and expenses Position permanent Reference Enclose selfnddresa ed envelope The Nationals Star Building Chicago 38 E LISH KIT tiN jI IA f I 8t10RT TRUr LEXIMCTO1 ky HRegular lied 9 fih e IoaJlt ordor Lt all hours IIrnakfaet froxl to 910 Itm to ip lrom to 9 p m It tp rslLrIIb pries Fish and Ohio niiil 1I DinnMra t L f I QV 1fJJ ADIIL Iyr otthoI + couaci6of ttafeftb made thei wertJo thot the human stomach could digest metall Tbia atatement beingi so extrn- odinaryUQ i II1be e TSmtrff V r f9mi IdutI deemed it Ivw rto withhold opjniooj until they had carefully looked up the authorities on thesubject At the last meeting thissubject wan taken up and opinions were freely given All but thi member wh9hlldlm tte the nssortion gave it as their cqupcicutious conviction that the human nor anyindof stssMch MMzemenatl r piowfed the statement arose Md stated that he could prove Via assertion by a person now ItVirifJler Wtad wallow cd two id nails and tharno unpleasant results followed With one voice the clod demanded the name of the personi who had had this novel crpcrience The member had gotten as far George Ri the club began sijiging the dismissal1 poiQtNnil the racket was about and when Informed as to the cause remarked Well I am disposed to accept the statement as true fur George Rice here the club set up its usual hciwl the gallant widower told mo lant summer that he had swal lowed two nails and that the trick Will easy Previous to the time he made the statement 1 bad noticed that my supply of a certain size of nails had steadily diminished although I had never used any of them in building my new house This lis all I know nbout the subject Immediately the president appointed a committee of thirteen to wait upon Mr Rice and obtain from him a promise to bo present at the next meeting of the club A motion to change the wording I of the favorite song from John Jones to George Rice was passed by acclamationThe Flood at Dayaboro Sunday night was one of terror in Daysboro About 10 oclock the rising watersofRed river reached the kitchen floor of the residence of Harris Higgins colored and he and his wife became al armed for the safety of their neighbors Campbell Rnisnr and family and Al Reid and family also colored Going to the front door Harris heard cries for help coming from the house of Reid and hurrying to Squire SebastianX he ex plained the situation secured Johnny Sebastians home and hastened to the rescue of the imperilled people In this short time the water had risen rapidly and was running over Reids front gate and stood two feet deep on the first floor of his house Alvin Higgins Campbell ng1thei deep to daisof and Harris hastily trans ferred them to his house on the horse Some ten or twelve trips wore oiadeHn accomplish this and then the nrJ irut 1dlbousc3with a rope around her horns secured 1 his cow to a fastening on the porch where she stood knee deep in water About a mile below lives John Will Taulbee and while the scene at Days boro was being enacted he was scared for I the safety of his loved ones and screaming for aid The rescuers realized the peril of himself ami family and hallooed I that help would comehut before they could finish the work in hand and go to the rescue Coon Alexander brother in law of Mr Taulbee hastened to his assistance and safely removed the family to his own residence at Daysboro The water was up in Mr Taulbee house and the swift stream overturned 10x12 yardMuch Dnysboroperhaps other damnge of which we have not been informed On account of the hard rains on last Monday evening the debate at the academy was poxtnoucd until tonight Thursday at 7 oclock The question for discussion is Women should be accorded the name political rights as men Affirmative W 11 Kash Al bert Webb J R Rays and James Davis Negative R A Hord H E Oney J D Cunning and Clay Cisco The next debate will be entbe tveningof March 19 Question The n United states should recognize the independence of Cuba r iAsi iiil iiD Slt ArlA c n r x x s + i 3oxmnl ond Pslep QIi dw1b IsI The Oheapest and BesV- Kentucky hii f i n Eiaern j irJoxt T81l BeUhilJ1IOflaM Jauaiij lJ891 Regular Graduating Course Instrumental and Vocal Music Plain and Ornamental Drawing Shorthand and Typowritingii Bookkeeping and Commercial Law G Teachers Normal aid Training Bible Course and Bible Talks t 1E is the besfc opportinity in the mountaiiiB toobtainan education at a small coat Catalogue and Particulate Wile I COtom PrlnelI r JM H y 1 r 1 L iit1 Jeweler t orI 1PRACTIOAL tHAZEL IPL 40 jjRepairing Fine Watohes Specialty and Gold Syeotaoles a If you need anything in the Jewelry Line or Fine Silverware see us We can save you big money jc w B3 t1 = yyF SE DAVIS-o PRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM andl ROAD WAGONS WE uso the DeISt Material and Guarantee 8 tlftc lon Call and get our prices and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patronize Home People get only Honest Work and bo Happy III IN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty and your work is respectfully solicited 1lint1 RUBEROID ROOFING 3USS P B UNIVf1ijAIJ5JIIDNGrJlfItJ L OC JRS BBOc ftri 000115 LJff2 r TAUDOORSASH WORK BLINDI7LOUISVIIIE KYCO w rte mRD f0RFLOORS IJII7 t Ik A TjfSOUTH9I3flrt y 9f1llHwJIl Q1A v mAll RECOMMENDED IY THC IXAOWG tUStMCX MEN M IIJG THE COUNTRY uenrtOH SE WANTt TA106u4PIouRXA1TREE 7 4t 9P lIfIIG9lreit TTTTJLJQXU HERALDTHE 11EST ADVERTISING Q iiJfrY J vsT lrfe pl i F A i xw T v7flaV YGif I L Constipation CfrlfrtttfUii IlikBiM U tsio Tre- ndfflae It 44eMed twlw 1ee1Ia the I dilI t i w Jtt iys4MUKm ukly inc All druggists Prepared tto JIlixxl LCo Owen MASSI Tke eels Pi fe to tok wtUa Hood SamparlltoI I j LITE MATE HBWi Ij I Thugs and burglaia are still gettinf i iItheir work in Lexington Chicken thieves are making wholesale ral j lndr Pt n t i I 7 I Tho Eoxfngtoa canning ompany hue decided not to operate their plan thi yearn t county negroes will make nfj nt of their school work at the Naehhvffcentennial At Middleaboro A 1year old girl fel 1I into a kettle of boiling soap qnd died in a short time in great agony A little child of MIL Harper aoa Mayfiold was playing with a hatchet aud accidcritally cut all the toes off one footDagaplayed I havoc with a flock ofr nhpep and lambs on tho farm of Walter HfmlMckrnearGracfcnburg fn Shelby coitptyJfmon Gloro aftcj jyt abaenooofjSS years and having been reputed dead reo turned to his home in Oldhara county weekW Karinsf a railroad clerk at Louisville picked out his pall and then took a dose of morphine dyin in flishort time In Rockcastle county Tilford Mnre WM Convicted and eefl aced td the pent attempttolhrI I assault Some of tho enterprising citizens oft Wjlllarastown are endeavoring to secure nufficftfpital to j tart a plug tobacco faeteryip thatuown A Woodford county man buys nil the old 1ruloptfpwnhorses he can get for 1 a head Idl1and11dus diem Land feeds tho flesh to hIli hogs D FTully a wealthy Lewis cdunty CarmlrlinsbrougMsuit against Squire Marshall a merchant for 10000 dam ages for alienating his fifes affoctioni Throb prisoners succeeded i in making their escape from Irinccton jail by cut ting a auto through tho wall Titer wore twenty other prUonora in the jail At a crow shoot in Bourbon county last week JoojCoylq of Lexington car ricd off tbaprtyoktlling 31 out of 32 crows at 80 yards rise About 560 crows were shot at Thomas Hratton who was arrealedan dI tried for forgery lit Versailles on the complaint of Randall Darnell and was acquitted has brought suit for 2000 damages against Darnell Abraham Dreyfus an aged tailor who has been a member of the Shaker frater nity for a numbervof years committedI suicide by hanging himself in bin roc I in Sliakortown Logan county Coleman Stlgall earn what 16 to means in this country under the goldI standard ia 16 patches to one pair o i breeches writes the Bronston corns pendent of tho Durnnido Item Warrants were issued from the court of ISjufre Graven for ovary local coal deader and every coal dealers clerk i Lexington The warrants charge short J weights iu the delitory of ceal Undo James Piorson aged 9l tho first Bottler in Pike county dlod last week and his wife aged 05 Ist atthe point of death Seventeen children and 000 do accndaata to Uio f9urth gcneratiou aur rice Jesse Loyal and wife were hold over in t300 each at Hodgonvillo en the charge of complicity in the murder of Wrg Warren whoso body wan found with a broken neck and otherwise muti lated recently A band of regulators visited n house Jn Graves county where Rev Robert Good win was supposed to bo stopping to 1lhUcap him but that night be had gone el ereThev did not like the way he rotated sinners funk FiUgerald a farmer Hvlug near a iekwa t JJarul O N11ib 14 u v 13 years age Last week he thoHght it aged nougb and drew it of iato thirty also twoftlo9JiiPlor t J86 of takjng It tLouisville pail disppein nl ft tlen h1enttlntoi t te1lartnbit BJoralng to get the jugs he found that some one bad been there before him ad stolen everyone William Daniell a Marion county tar- eder who was arrested for attempting to criminally assault his little daughter was eatte fall In default of I 1QOO bnil At the line of the attempted outrage excitement was high and Daniel fled to Missouri only returning to Kentucky last week Yen arrester he requested the officers to take him to Louisville fearing be might be mobbed His par cats are wealthy and qullopfominent Leonard Steger met with a serious ac cldeat while drivint from Oiventon to Gratz recently A number of loose hop des w ro etlludinQ iii thcro4 andIeun ant rucJvnelha whip Iiistemi of moving out of tho way it wheeled ands kicked the horse bo was driving and fol lowed it up with another kick His horse in order to avoid tbo heels of the kicker ran to one side overturning the buggy anti throwing Leonard out He 1was dragged several feet badly braisingt his faco and hinds Prof William Wilhoit who is teaching school dt Balls Landing in Owen cuun rty came near drowning while crossing the Kentucky river on the Icu several days ago The ice gave way but with the Assistance of a long pole with which be had provided himself he got aboard of another large piece aud finally crossed the river Ho was going to nee a young lady in Henry county StraBgelycnaugh another young gentleman made a narrbV escape from a watery grave 80ly a short time before while going to see the aisle young lady V HOW TO FIND OUT- s urinegand lot it stand twentyfour hours a sed iment or settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kid noy trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back is also cone vincing proof that the kidneys nnd blade der are out of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inabil ity to hold urine and scalding pain in parsing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer sail vercotnea that unpleasant neccailtybf being compelled to get upI many times during the night to urinate The 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Without a single exception there is beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer or a more successful publisher than its proprietor Mr John R McLean The oldtime prices for the Daily Enquirer have been maintained and its circulation largely increased each year hard times and cheaper jour nals failing to arrest its onward march and high appreciation of the public for its true worth and merit The Weekly Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offered at 50 cents a year and its circulation increased by the addition of over 200000 new subscribers j the most substantial and coveted testimonial a publisher could desire When asked for the secret of such success Mr McLean frankly answers The Enquirer has no opinions to force upon its patrons it simply prints the facts and tells the truth that the reader may form his own opinions By maintaining the price of the paper more news and greater variety can be furnished and every class of business interests catered to which a cheaper journal cannot afford The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large makes it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and en terprise in minor matters as well as those of greater magnitude Why not bo your own Middle mant Pay but ono profit botjtecn makes asd user and that n small stone Our Dig 700 Page Catalogue and BaytM flalde proves tbat its possible Welgha 24 pounds 13000 Illustrations describes Rod tells the ono pmftprlcootover4o00- 0arttciesovfeytbingyouuse Wo send U for ISconts thats not for the book but to pay part of tho postage or expressage and keep off Idlers You cant get ttoo quick MONTGOMERY WARD k CO PeoplelIi1CMcaft HB MAUPIN VTJTHBED Co WHOLESALE DRY GOODS NOTIONS Ac Ac PORTSMOUTH OHIO y W J SEITZ WITHW 0010BBKR8 li- tlariwanAgricultitfallBiliiiiits IBOKTON 0 1rn THE FARMING WORLD tGifAtTatVIiLDiFtS i fiit trees nnd vines yet continue to g1J1v undlsturbttitlbt iJ j7 cIgprjlnI- lW exercise for their ltot cUltrirnp- bl1111 and love otre P t4l ienttingrdit- Il1 these wild stoqks with improved native nnii fpreltf d 1rlettds Several jlfrs ago my attention was attracted apbred4 ural society from a ep J llinois who smdr1tA fnrlc1iifng frhere having u woods pasturepart 11 covered with wild crab and red haw rnCtqttiltpr He grafted those limbs beyond tryrenc1f f tZ1Liti4 grt l1tliJtbe pcture lDd lowIe lliad pplCS and pds In tnulance every frit year Wuring the nastyeaivUie it r mode a dumber of txpqrljncjUs in grnlllnjj tho wild fruits In this locality begun grafting tip Law Jo tine pearyfunfng1 pleasant ilnysin February and con tinned nfter JiiteryuJstUlthuHUi of April THdsV grafts set during Ijebftii r nry didI mucVlIottoVllian tfi6e of In tor dates Scions jvercjtaken l frdiirfitrtlitjj Idaho Duchess nod KieiTer trccsl L much larger per cent of the Kicffei r grafts ref tbrlithospof lltprJt- I ties and tILg ovTtbfvdsihoo igorolus We also 8etgrnftajqf Itelftariihjtq tlfe white thorn but failed to get any to 4411e In grdtrlrig iht5 haw it5s best to select young vigorous1 trees and lo sate the grafts well in tlie top ot the t tiee so they i1et Jhq sunfight rnci 1 have roost 1o develop In the early days of March we grafted some wild littlish trees with tho Japanese varieties Abundance and Burbank The growth made s bytthese scions was very vigorous and they are nqiyvfull pf fruit buds Ijj grafting use an abundance of grafting wax and cover witfi tt cotton r cl Ui foiled in oil or wax Aside from thee curiosities which earn lib ptoihled onUawns or in waste places by transforming thesie ailthstoe1tsbygrnftibr to fmproedvaieU some persons inhv- beiso sititatVif as td make it a source of considerablei profitS II Van Trump lnournal of Agriculture j i M kI PROPAGATING BENCH How to Start Ilikuta KavcMifully In the lbMouseIn Spring1 J Almost everyone tries t1t start a few ypliuts earlyJnthe spring in thee house liutMias no eiiirof hobble carrylngthem Jrfiifi window to stove shelf at night to keep them from chilling The illustra ptlow shows d way to avoid all this trouble ond ntathe same time to grow more nnd better plants A box of any fsize desired and about two feet in height is arranged according to the p rr ira ZVZ7rWINDOW PROPAGATING BENCH design shown herewith An opening is cut in one side at the bottom so that t opentthe lamp is stretched a piece of sheet Iron while some distance above this iron rods run from side to side across the box for the support of smaller boxes of earth In which seeds are sown A tightsI wooden cover can be made to shut down over the whole to be opened each morning A small opening ia made m the top of the lamp chamber and another in the bottom to admit air nnd let out any gas frcm the lamp The sheet iron should fit so closely that fumes from the lamp may not get up to the plant boxes A verysmall flame will keep everything very warm at night Bet the box before the sunniest kitchen Vrindow Orange Judd Farmer Sheep In the Orchard I have five acres that arc partially COy eyed with apple trees some of which are quite old For several years no crops have been raised on the lander a few weeks in the year It IB used portlali1Ten therun of the field They lip tader the shade of the trees a greater JIrt of the day where a good share of their droppings left which seem to he jyffreat benefit to the trees and all wormy and defective apples are quickly 2 Rtrn as soon as they fall I now ralue- sere and much better fruit and believe kwlllpay any farmer who has an apple chard ito keep sheepJohn Jackson hMkhigan Fruit rower Adynntygei of Butter Making NQthtiTCpoundkrmafitotnunitics far from a railroad can jgW butter from the farm or creamery h the least possible expense The JJluan can condense tons of fodder crops grown on the farm Into dairy ducte and rend them to market InII pact find portable form I j Pnd Farm J nC 1 FLACK WELSH CATTLE A Ace tfT t I to I in Twetj v twojodigenous portPlncIti8knownAtlnntfcbtuI vqtijsuppoS eeiea Boa prl genius tlclChillingham En and the ocolled Podollan race of the jftiflesamong occaslonalIMnnd sldetf tmj ears like the cattle of ChH5 iughi1hiignal ftblftlc t c qs r Wnl buttheydairyquadntittothajrentlretrortrUftnprH jPyvA K WELSQ STEER ui nt wosyaUounVilJwiuiln ft few r- eSeft61he first bell Gook was published In 1874 cmbraclngrboth the socnn tt Gastle Martin cattle of South Vales anti flue Anglesea Of North Wales The former ard coarse boned with lint- skies and llefuiegt beetf ganlitles but good 1 11lkererlie AnglcEea cattle or runts us they nrq chilled have been t b greatly Improved that they are now withheeputate1 volume was published in 1833 The iiipfovement In these cattle is the result of careful selection nnd breeding to- wlilciti4bey + have respdnded frapldl I lightqunrtesrAfine blocky animal is the result like that fchowVfii the illustration above vnlch Ms a lifelike reproduction of f Welsh steer that won the prize breeiT showffLondonFat cows of the same breed have uP tamed weights of 1800 to 2400 pound TJic cows are deep and long continuing milkers producing an hverage yield of hushTheWith their extreme hardiness early maturity good beef and dairy qualities the North Welsh cattle are rapid ly growing In favor among British feeders and breeders and seem worthy of atten tion In this country Farm and Home GOOD BUTTER SALT Dairymen Should Exercise Great Care In Its Selection Hunter Nicholson says in the Jersey Bulletin that there is almost as much difference in the quality of salt as iu the quality of butter Good butter salt is finegrained brightcolored clean pure and free of foreign odors It must be finegrained in order to mix readily and dissolve regularly and quickly through the butter bright colored showing that it Is well crystal lazed clean that Is free from foreign substances and fret from bad smells which salt Is very ready to absorb Salt like everything else sold Is likely to be adulterated Baryta Is most com monly used A simple nnd trustworthy test of salt may be made by dissolving a small quantity In clear hot water This will bring out any bad flavor and disclose the presence of any foreign bubstance Pure salt will make a clear brine and deposit no sediment If the brine smells is cloudy or colored or leaves a sediment do not use the salt for butter There are a number of excellent brands of salt prepared pressly for the dairy If you can find out where they are sold get a lot be careful however not to keep It near any lllodored substance M It absorbs odors very readily and once absorbed the salt Is ruined beyond remedy Besides the American salts there are one or more foreign brands of excellent reputation Sanitary Food for Cw If the cow has a tendency to be con stipated Increase the properties of oil meal In her ration If her bcwels be come too loose decrease the oil real and increase the bran If the cow haven tend ncto put on toomuch flesh de crease the cornmeal or discard It altogether If she gets too thin give her more cornmeal and less of the other foods If straw and corn fodder are high limit the feed to eight or ten pounds a day If these rough foods are cheap give 20 to 25 pounds a day to each cow and use what Is uneaten for bedding Growing Benrlei for Market Good gardens nnd poor farms never keepcompany long The growing of berries for family use Is easily done largely nnd sell The growing of berries ing them In good market require con siderable skill and a special business have good location tact Only those who good market and a taste for the business should attempt it Many small making a hue farmers so situated are cess by commencing moderately und Increasingacreage from season to ssa son as experience warrants i t t 1 IIi I RAOE op1ITTLE NtQLI camp Dwarfs Whe Lire sear the Bor of seagRL- In nn archipelago in the Hay ofBengal there exists a race of savage tr4l aUif d 1i- 1Roe tk cst0t i1teet seVen IuR IlrJ oddest thing about these little lWOlilcI IB that they look tiles babies nil their lives It is only lately that these dwarfts of the Andaman Islands have known how i i a volcano on tg1lTiJt tYriielslf i t jid front this I pruourvii ircsiiKiip plies of fire when neeissnrj but they know how to keep KltfVtwltinibcrln embers sufficiently alive not to compel flhuthlnglillllj I npL J whites is tltttatZrletI nmteh Formerly the dwarftB of the Anda mans were necustoined to murder all strangers who reached their shores Even now sailors Crocked In the Hay of massacredftthe little okggcrst nrose orlrinully- ftdliflhe4hel1Trtet1tt df ieilnlnys Burmese and Chlnesi who ylxited the Andnmaus tp get edible birds nests and sea cucumbers und who iml to capture the little natives and sell them for slaves There tire several shades of calpfAai4UKtik IJ1 rgngjngfronl bronre to shiny block Their hair is etxeme lyI frizzled growing in spiral tufts It is fine and seldom becomes more than two or three inches long Most of the UYil1r1tI1lngfrom the crown to the nnpe of the neck Many of the when do the some although tho style Is Jktferent They leave n patch like a skull cap on the crown of their nieifilH The most remarlcablc custom of these little people is the wgaring qf neck laces of human bqries When n child diet It Js birlfJ1i only to bo dug up again The father carries the body to the nearest creek nnd removes the flesh from the bones with the greatest care carrying thoin nnd the skull back to his hut The mother after painting tlio lturoundfragile are protected by a covering of string For n few days n mother will spend all her time stringing the bits of bone into necklaces to bo distributed nmongher friends mementoes These Ire supposed towiirdttirVHsease Teeth are also strung as netklacesvery na tive of the Andaman Islands wearing a chain of some sort of human bonesI San Francisco Chronicle WORE IT WRONG END TO Trying Experience of a young Alan with Jill AII ota 1leco Uuclerwcur He had bought one suit of tellof apiece underwear nod much to his sur prise lend received it back from tlltj laundry wlUiou lla Ijelng shrunk to half Its otlgiualsize This encouraged him to buy unbt erj fpr he liked the Idea of getting into nil his underclothes all at once The second suit however wrecked his temper und caused a very discreditable explosion of profanity It hull been once to the laundry and the young nun was attempting to wear it after that first visit He had strug gled for ten minutes with muttered curses to get into it und had just poked his head out of its suffocating impris onment and Into the daylight when his room mute came in and asked what WOK the trouble Oh trouble enough snapped the young man Look at me and see for yourself and dont ask questions And then he stalked around the room struggling in the illfitting garment and saying words that are not repeated in polite society The roommate sat in a corner meanwhile silently snickering What arc you laughing atl de manded the young man in the underwear sullenlyI This confounded laun dry has shrunk the legs of this under wear up to my knees and stretched the sleeves so I have to roll em up about a yard I dont see anytbingunny about it 5h Perhaps If you would try them on the other end up they would fit you bet ter suggested the roommate Un less you lave em on wrong end to ihdfce are the Ant lotof underwear iT erer saw cuWlth iAn the back1 f t The young mans jaw droppedwith surprise lie looked at himself a second In the glass and then boltedynto bIll bedroom When he came out his under wear fitted better but he had a shame need expression and kept complete oilencef hicago Times Herald DliMtUtted Either Way She was on her dJ ltytDont yoif darevWlnuate that Im anew woman ahe lard I dont he answered quite the contraryThen u minute ortwo it seemed as If he would never get away alive Do you mean to intimate that Im an old womnnln she demanded He pleaded not guilty but it was a long time before she could be pacified Chicago Post Hail Older Ulster What would you call the sound pro duced when two boles come together asked the teacher who was trying to explain what a noise is to her pupils OI1a kits jmaara replied the little girl who evidently had older silt ters Yonkers Statesman 4 Yr v- yy r II i i c I A 8fett Yeew s la JlSIkUel uHfibvveof beroirhti4 eallyuattrlwtsGela tho dv UsIl aRt advertisemeat aWltrlUusu raisJUoa 40 n stlnlo fcltiiowttiifc such aline exists south of the olflq1Jly c eqUipmentsuch headHfondhero1 theballastroadbedmOltlllcUrlouDtUcrnI1ftYo each year nat tluUd Q shdrtor f L 1alr a a 11 tek nl tiOo ntutbatthookUolksahend mocitersWhen afll Ordwn mOn wdn kuhkerbo ecwst WaslllhgtohFifal4 I Ialacoa- yln 81vpln rlFn Iakp= Mlcytr- rIM of tl tlie tututllsc cpcrsieltweenCttpComnencitalanuary d 1 Hv and NOl un RUlllo in connection vithttheBOandIIfi0 S W RattwnVs will operate tt Hrte of IHill man sleepers bittwunn Chicago Rail Washitfetdltfollows Leave Chicago SlA h lhiTnfl Irmtiiwille f fV nm Pltilttnnti tt lOll i llnhlhillgtQnIC017apnlhilthnore sleeper will Icivo Ualtlmoro lliOOrtm Vashinjcton D G 19 un Cltfoln tidti Jipam tndlnnnpolta 7Uuain AiilvoGhichgoliiOO iin The sleepws pntternIqtattoI A conx doctor nays that If twpjilo walked thocqditlntlnlvocare for corns Washington Democrat The Truth About Kuunnt No State lu rtho union has boon more slan dered thUD Kansas Tho western part of tho Btulolaas line gratinI country as the sun ever ahouo on and the eastern SCO mUM square raised moro coru tp the hero in 1890 than any other Btuto in tho union With only wheattheStatoranks State fifth inltluesOcrcala In this country Wo havoc ntora churches nun schools and loan Illiteracy per capita than any other alutc Productive smooth farm laud can bo bought for from i6 to lU pit acre Write to It B Dnuitr Atchison Kansas Tncnn 1Is nothing that makes aRood wom OIlS licurtBO swell with pride us to hnvo her pastor notice her absence from church Atchlson Globe To Got Out or the Way When trouble U coming Is obviously the part of common sense An obstruction of Uioboxvcln Is u serious obstacle to health To pot this out of the way I + an easy matter with tho thorough laxative HoRtcttcrs Btonmch nittiw which uUh urh It afford roller never prlpcs and convulses like d drastic puijiatlve Dyspcpnlu malarial ttld idy and rheumatic nllnicnln and nervous Less yield to this genial family medicine Titans seems to bo nothing people enjoy talkliiR shout so much as u married couple that dont get along very wollWushiog ton Democrat The Most Unique Calendar of the Season nail just been Issued by tho Lake Shore If Michigan Southern lly Copy can bo se cured by sending six cents in IIAcover postage to A J BMITU U Cleveland Vomenlthathomo than two blocks with a shawl over ber mend i J Tun pain that torturcswlatlca Thecure that cures lLtU Jacobs 011IGoon breeding is doing nothing needlessly that one thinks will hurt or displease othorsN Y Weekly SOKB sad stiff from cold dont watt and suffer use 8u Jacobs Oil and get cured MOST young married couples begin house keeping wlthhopo and misfit wedding pros eats Atchlsou Globe CASCAIIKTA stimulate liver kidneys and bowels Never sicken weaken or gripe lOco onlyIn yYYYTYTY I aleilrl i riiho nsT EtEItCro guanliaWedbuo ucllauaUdnanl 1rpQ7JJAtcbloaUlbbo i J Wbbo4nlltyl bttxeL clt ii- of 111- MJt u la S mot uran us aeamlir- oria c bl Y1Jeekt 1 iIiYlr I htro4itbr l rool tdtstltc+ wonieifidlAthduMddtarefro 1 KidNeyLayert o Which IS erta1ri toiuftl t serious disease unlesschecked Stop 2ni J tilrnkf tbattIMrelsiblltkIlO remedy for thotroubhieI Ask any druggist physklall or friend what1tad JIe wfNtcllip nS Tills graft remedy stands ABSOLUTELY atthVtpV au Is sedcaowl y the most advanced thinkers of thin world Tike buggy tlon Is all you require ltr d r 33- WI FOR 14 CENTS h wit to Bln uMO pirated CUldomlt8 sojandhoacoolfr I Ukff DUroark Cacuinbtr Ito I ffcg Hound Globe Bctf 110- I KtrllntOaiTot Ho I KeleerWllhom tottnc tae I ee KmtllMl Union w Ho 1 I tllantYcllowOntan Ue I I IIPayRAdUH Wo + S Urlll 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PIIUOYfxYIII nd cur wont UMIinmiUU and 19 d1 +r m Ikud irlmok of trenFree orllII UHKHM MISS allas p VUGftTflN KING f OF GUMSuA N JM 164o WAIL WHIT1HO T9 ABTKRIUKfU PUUMB iaU that ITM MW Ike A T nlM Mat tm qlesN 4 ie9ee4 aee REASONS FOR USING + Walter Baker G srBreakfast CocoaXt Because It Is absolutely pureI 1 x Because It Is not nude by the socalled Dutch Process In which chemicals are usedmot w 3 Because beans of tile finest quality are used 4 Because it is made by a method which preserves unimpaired the exquisite natural flavor and odor of the beans S Because It Is the most economical costing Jess than one cent a cup Be lure that yw ictt the =tflHhM rikU BMC by WALTER BAKER Ie CO Ltd Dorchester MM E tafclWit4l Use itt uu eNeeNNNlOINNNeNNMtHIN LLIRI 0 ILl ANiiRAfnAiiicill e r Y QxAeCURLCOIISTIPATIONw 3- 10ty4 sot QRUGIIiUh i hI k- r Jft Jojr8F fit1 v Jl 1f a T1 l rfo Cri Sh 1 ivl- i J ircI hawcil c t Y c i fff U i VrI pa