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THE IiAZELOREEN FlJLl FlJt= 00 C Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell fAu i SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor a 11 Of u Notny World With Nowa From All tonala Luiubrliig nt ins Hack a f100 A YEAR Always In Advance = t- iI11tTEENrII = I YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY tt 1897 NUMBER 0 j THE RIVALS Samuel J Wilson Is Ids untie J Ami Irom Jnuksnn town hero IIP cnme I liarIi by trade J Hut rather II damsel sweet allllfair A blonde or brnnottc with gohlun hair jj1Ieli a hot rival ot Mom Geo lore To defeat whom lied pay any price 1 To choose between the lady eiuit tell J Each is so fervent nod loves so well Yi q For fear of the call Pistols him two in the caste Itnow tint what to do ttJorlelllls surest to end further strife And It so one can get a wife Let each of them hide hit mug from view And blindfold she may choose of the two But lent our streets run red nod gory We will II ring oIl now and stop the story Do Something For Kentucky t This state iin greatly nlllicted at thi I s timo first with an incompetent legisla tore uiul next with a lawless populace h The administration of Gov Bradley ihMbeen one of the most disastrous in It our history The governor hits merely played politics neglecting his ns governor to pursuo at one time thei t presidency then tho vice presidency and now the sciintorshipi o We have had for two micessivc years n helpless legislature which Iran struggled hopelessly in an ellort to elect a senator Tho credit of till state lias been im paired its public institutions have suf fered taxable property has declined and now state taxes art to be increased I 0 per cent All this has followed an cflirt so to change our methods of asaeaimont HS to reduce taxation Tbo new system hits been a dilutions failure at from the jiaturi of tie cnMe cvciy one could knew t it would be 1uLhrouglinut the state lat coop rutd with lexMativo ignorance lto i iedrive out capital to make life uncertain n Jindtfl dnpr ptHt6 property Life iis cheap in Kentucky and men slay with slight provocation Murder ii n is rarely pnnilhed save by the mob and thiy make martyr of brutal men And now over ten or fifteen counties night raiders regulate private niriin de utroy property and make the name of the sstato a hissing nod a byword in every communityTurnpike raiders now undertake to fix i the price of flour to limit the acreage of tobacco and to direct tho daily conduct of private citizens This is an intolerable condition of af fairs j it must be cured or it will go from bad to worse Kukluxism must boI crushed and crushed now or life iin livingILet us do something for Kentucky Let us restore peace to her borders and prosperity to all her people We have hero the same conditions of life j tl t same soil climate people that onceI t mnde thestate an honored commonwealth and life hore a life of peace and happi nessThe law must bo upheld there is no escape Lawlessness begets lawlessness j crime crime j confiscation retaliation Thero must be a return of reason to If managementAll a changedOur respectedWisdom legislation and men unfit for public po byje Kentucky Is dominated not by reason today but by a spirit which finds ex murderousdAnd yet tho character of tho Kculuck shameiiI ignorantleaderson the other until the freedom which was once our boast is a mere shadow of a shade A state in which a mob may confiscate lI thendisperse statedti state beforetthat these evils must bo destroyed by society or the lawless elements gaining I strength from Immunity trill confiscate il V t d- ay I e PnSn11A nvU barns and horses and crops and land itself I Wo need a new era in Kentucky in which law is to bo dominant in which I a moan stay do the thing he will without I let or hindrance j in which all life and all property arc safe and when labor may pursue its course That is what freedom in its broadest sense means that freedom for which men have sncri ficed to uchIIIld Vhatavnil the plow or sill Or land or life iH freedom fall7- Lnuisvillo Post SINGLE STANDARD MEANS RUIN Gold Democrats nave No Concern For tho Countrys Welfare According to tho Washington Post Senator Chandler looks at the deliver ance of the Reform club dinner from a point of view which has not yet attracted any attention Clevelands speech Mrq1 Carlisles remarks were specially im portant because they indicate that the Gold Democrats have entirely gone over to the money power They are in favor of gn lllllollIIlIIltllll 1I1I to the last degree suggestionyof the riinonctizathm of silver by an in tcrimtional agreement I bulievo that the maintenance of the single gold standard neatens ruin and I earnestly desire to see bimetallism secured Those Gold Democrats apparently have no cum cern fur tho welfare of the country but would sacrifice everything to the behests of money changers The more that they unfold their plans the less will be their I chance of adding to their numbers Mr1 Chandler when askedas to the likelihoodllof any antiHunt legislation in connectioni with tho tariff bill made his position jiiito clearI II I1aim agsi list n pooling hilltIlli1 lie or anything that will entrencht monopoly but at the same timo 1 nm not willing to break down aI 1tlIl1t at the expense of breaking down all industry A trust can bo ivgulntcd without going to that extent There are fcomo industries in this country that are in the nature of trusts but if wo destroy them we throw thousands out of work and we make a market hero for foreign trusty Tho whole subject iis ono that ought to ho given nod will be given very careful attention when the tariff bill iis before the senate Keep Oti tho Grass I am stuck on this place Vc have to stay Thus soliloquized mornjing1 half brothers to the horse family they were unable to pull an empty wagon through n nnnt halo just cast of Tin HERALD office on Main street and stop pet for a breathing spell It looked to our man about town as if Harrison had located there with a view to establish flng a pottery as he was seen to take up clayeand apparently mold it into form Nut such proved not to be the case lie was only testing the moisture to ascertain if possible how long it would take to dry lOUt and leave his wagon on terra firma The mules meantime regaling themselves upon n supply of choice stake hay looked 1on complacently nnd smiled sardonically at the situation This same mudhole took up its abode there early in the win ter and has remained n quiet and orderly neighbor over since never going away to visit any of its rclativesor friends during madetits acquaintance a recluse as it were And it was ns nice n mudholo as any traveler over met with upon any thor oughfare But the powers that bo thinking to improve its hermitage home put a lot of brush in eo that trespassers would bo caught red handed when they invaded its domain Thus was Mr Wilsons team detained until tho proper officials could identify them and bring an action for trespass Wo do net know how the matter will end but the town authorities ought not to be too hard upon Mr Wilson for if the sign keep oil tho grass had been displayed he would not now bo In trouble People Believe what they rend about Hoods Sargaparllln They know it Is nn honest medicine and that it cures Get Hoods and only Hoods Hoods Pillscure all liver ills re love constipation assist digestion 25c 1 I I1 nrnt T f t JYrqif CORRESPONDENCE f CaTaTala7a7s r4ye want a letter from each rorrctt ponilent every week to reach this olllec nut later than THUS day evonitiK oven it It con tninx nollihitt more iinii riant than IIUMHI UrigNfbisns we say and wo will unswor for the MIIIO MIICIUPS What TIIK UiniAiD mute in H record of plain nets of interest to tIlt pro plo in your ncighborhood and not II voruono olnislon appealing only to the cgotlnu nail vanity of the writer ofWOLFS COUNTY Toliver Topics 0 W McNabb is on the sick list Clarence Pieralt wont to HUM Green on business Monday v11lcNabband wife will move to their IHazel Green property about tho 1st of August Many of the boys talked of going to see nl ton leap Tuesday but on account of thesnow they didnt Many of the toys of tiiie neighborhood went fishing Friday hut didnt do any good They aiy if they are forgiven this time they will go no more until winter brenkISii eriiilundont Byrd pasted through hero last week on legal business Wo lenrn that he is still in tho field of 118 mocrncy and is going to carry tho right over the head of all opposition MCnli for Floyd IJtjv Nat Kobiiiiou of Hnth county is holding a series of nieotings in our neigh borhood Bro Itobinson in an eloquent Ispwwkcr and we beliovu him iw bo a man of IJutl We wclcuine him aud trust ho may do much geol- 11antodNo more of tho promised piwjwrily They must bo asleep dead or gUlU to Iiii lMiid As promises and pie crust were made to bo broken they have broken the llromicntllI the pio and all U over for IIt ooitber clothes tbe nuked nor feeds the hungry then what does it do 4 Uo waul uu wore promised prosperity May 1 Slirxiett StlliTfator SpraYs Too lato for last reek Farmers are busy pluuling in this suctionG Center was on Still water last week on business Married on April 2J James 1H Hnrri son to Miss Mary Peck Uev John Dar ker oiliciating A man passed through this section last week enquiring far a blue bonnet whichaccording to his account had been lust before the flood We have had sonic very fine entertain ments by Charley P Page Though he has but ono arm ho plays the violin and two other musical instruments to perfec tion J M Swango of Stillwater lost about 100 pounds of fine tobacco one night last week by thieves This is the second timo ho has been rubbed the thieves having carried ofl about 120 pounds on the previous raid Vjril 28 SAMA MORGAN COUNTY Mlzo Mingles News is awful scarce Miss Nannie Fields of Kzcl visited friends hero last week Miss Fannie DcKttsk of Tho Jambs was the guest of her brother at Mizc last wcok llevs W Howard DoDiisk nnd H II Hallcy will preach at Old Grassy the second Sunday Senator W II Tntilbco nnd wife vis ited their granddaughter 1irs1 R DoBusk of this place recently May H PANBV Maytown Missiles J W Childers is on tho sick list The ground wns white with snow Sat urday evening Mrs Belle Mankcr was quite sick last week but is almost herself again Glad to report Mrs R A Daysa much improved as to bo able to Visit her parents last week 1 tiqn I u I 4 lOur merchants nre receiving their ingIAID just to see if tliuir wiles wont double The old reliable carders L P hull Co will have everything ready this week to commence mulling rolls to soon ns the wool in ready They will have you to print seine hills next week Our people are training for Childrens day Saturday night Both Senior and JuniorJ leagues will bo represented Ten young ladies will represent the ton vir gins five wise and five foolish is one of many things on the program May 1 WINOMSSS MENEFEE COUNTY Gate City Gossip News is scarce but water plenty mUll ankle deep and Gale City is now of the past Tho mill has moved ono mile up tho creekend thud City mill moves to lily to Urushy fork of Ih nor Will bo but a shorl limo until we hnvo n railroad to Gate City they are grading about two riles below Taylor Igo engineer of the thud City mill happuned Iw a very painful accident two weeks ago He had his arm crushed almost to n pulp and his hand nearly sawed ofl Dr Thomas of Kxal fins taken his place at the throttle Yo scribe is now baching You ought to see us cookIIch delicious collie yon I yum Would gH married if II could find a ladyof suitable age and livo on mnunlain tOil nod birch sup and drink breach waler- My health iis very good dont think it will improve much more I think this ahiulu would be more beneficial new for my healthWe H few yonng ladles in our town nod I think tho buys will all go crazy over them Each girl hUll five or six BweFlWarUi I have medsome eitfmiro discoveries Will write iu my next flay 4 If Wl II d r IAcademy Notes For n long time we have been silent but nV npuch The dally attendance is good and all arm busy preparing for the uommcnce mont week There will bo ono graduate in June vix lHI 10 Oney Tho subject of his address for commcnctmcnt dny is Alone Yet Not All AlonotCommencement week will begin on the U9th inst mill will continuo till Jute 2 The order of the weeks program will be announced next week Some of tho boys have been compelled to go home to make n crop Many fathers in Knstcrn Kentucky consider the crop of more importance than an education they will not give their boys a chance when there is tho opportunity Rev J C Kendrick of Danville Ky will he hero commencement week and will deliver two addresses It will ho remembered that Mr Kcndrick is tho man who met the late J A Howard in debate at Morchcad in tho summer of 1805 AOADKMITR The WcBtfield Ind News prints time following in regard to an old resident of that place Frank McA yoy for many years in the employ of the L N A C Ily here says I have used Cham berlains Colic Cholera nnd Diarrhcca Remedy for ton years or longeram never without It in my family I consider it the best remedy of tho kind manufactured I take pleasure in rec ommending it1 It It is a specific for all bowel disorders For sale by J T Day A Paintsvillo special to the Cincinnnti Enquirer says Evangelist K C Tins ley of the Christian church who has been holding protracted meetings thro out Eastern Kentucky for tho past few months has selected PninlavUle as a suitable place to build a college A 20000 building will soon be erected Tho citizens have donated a beautiful tract of land just back of town for a site It will be a branch college the same as tbo ono at Hazel Green in Wolfe county Good green coffee 12jc at the J T Day Racket Store ePy that icription A t J f b 6 h e to r i j May Ladles none Journal The May Ladies Homo Journal uniquely reflects time sentiment and jpfrlt of springIlln An Old Fnshtoned Oar den fairly emits tho seasons fragrant flavor as do other contributions in prose and verse lIon John Russell Young recalls the notable incident fetes re ceptions and pageants etcof General Grants memorable tour of tho world highlyinterestinghomo and home lifo in nn article on liTho Domestic Side of the White Houso time concluding Otto of his admirable series Kdward W Hob editorially pre sents tho really practical side of Iho cru S mido against tho slaughter of birds for their plumage and forcibly protcstay spittingin j by Mrs llaymond Maudo My Mother as I Recall Her giviw some delightful glimpses of tho personal side of Jenny Lind especially of her homo life HerbertI In Wards serial The Mar glnr Who Moved Paradise roaches itsa conclusion maintaining its quaint humor r to tho end Also in time lighter vein area remarkably well drawn characterzsketch Old Gabo Carters Company t and the second of Tho Colonel and Mo papers Dwight L Moody in his IJlblo Class lesson writes on Faith with characteristic directness HesidcH Mrs y T Borers most helpful artioloH onii puzzlingIeusulnldpapers on Traveling with Children in Sum mer Uniquo Moderate Cwt Outings GiruT Litters summer gowns waistsI bodice and parasols Tho Wild Garden and Mockery amttinnilyl others brimful MlIYJJllrunl t prac tically orery feature of liumu life mid hougnholdt the ilaiiity civet by HowardI Pylt atiA tAlice Barber Stephen drawing of Time Woman in UK Homo the thin wfjiVr American Woman wriui fly tliu Curtis Publishing Company Philadul imMe Ooc dollar per year j ten coins per copy fSuirlay School Convention The Wolfe county Sunday school con vention will bo held sit Klkins Chapel on Iho lei day of July I8J7 Wo hope all the Sunday schools will reorganize and send delegates to this convention which jwe trust will prove n success The wen timer is flue and opportunities for doing good trod carrying on our Masters work arc open to us Never were fields moro ready for the harvest titan now and earnest workers should occupy tho terri tory nnd diligently do tho will of Our tmeet o that when the time comes for roll cult all may bo at their post ready for the work assigned Tho following are on that committee taco W llobinson Campion j W O Mizc Hazel Green Win Sample May town Wm Graham Jane 0 T Byrd Leo City Let UH pray for this meeting and look for an r outpouring of tho Spirit and expect many to bo filled with tho Holy Ghost that they may bo furnished for overt good word nnd work 11 H SVTANOO Prcs MATTIR C QUICKSALT Soc TIlE IlKltAU man about town was consulting Hose Davis a few dayn since in regard to constructing n scare 7 crow to keep time chickens ofl his strawberry bed when tho senior member of that firm volunteered the information that if tho chickens wore kept well shood they would stay on otherwise ho thought the only remedy was to fence in the patch or cover the bed with briars Now was this a trick in 1rado that John Rose was using to secure the t shooing is a question that naturally arises since that firm advertises to do shoeing in the bcbt style and en the most reasonable terms f Indeed they My they will shoo horses for 70 cents aroundaand furnish everything oven to the horseshoes XI Mare Kar TlaY It If you sleep on the patent self adjust lug spring beds made of bewener ste lt + warrsated tea years Manufactured by y Ji Haul GrnaHiyMUj 8ri llf J j f i fQ t r r at r TALMAGES SERMON I t IAsCnrPlanets Move JIn Order Guard ed by the Steady HandIj i o OiT OrdThe Same Hnlrii All Safe From h JUriu Null IMqutatea the timallrlt Act a of LhlIma That MuKeth the Savor blur mad Orion i This sermon of Dr Talmngc looking at tit midnight heavens through the 1f eyes of ease the ancients is unique for practicality anti must set all to iseuil thinking 11U text Is Amos v 8 Seek Him that maketh the Seven Stars anti Orion A country former wrote this text ii Amos of Tckoa lie plowed the earth and threshed the grain by a now threshing machine just Invented as formerly the cuttlu trod out the grain lie gathered the fruit of the sycamore tree and Jncarlflod It with an iron comb just beforo it was getting ripe t as It was necessary and customary in o i that way to take from It the bitterness I He was the son of a poor shepherd and I fluttered but before the stammering l jjrustic the Philistines nnd Syrians and f Amftrembled Moses was a lawgiver Daniel was l n prince Isaiah a courier and David a text1e r posed nearly all his parallelisms are pastoral his prophecy full of the odor of newmown hay nnd the rattle of locusts and the rumble of carts with t sheaves and the roar of wild beasts devouring the lock while the iKcphcrd came out in their dc fcnc Ho watched the herds by tiny and by night inhabited a booth made of bushes so that through these branches he could see time stars all night long and was more familiar with them than wo who have tight roofs t0 our houses and hardly ever seo the stars uxccpt among the tall brick chimneys t of the great towns lint at sea ions of the year when the herds were In special danger ho would stay out in the open field nil through the dark Dees his only shelter the curtain of The night heaven with the stellar em droldcrlcs and silvered tassels of lunar light What a life of solitude all atone with Ills herds Poor Amos A 1111nt IJ nulock at night harp to the wolfs howl nnd the lions roar and the boars growl and the owls to whit tu- tit who and the serpents hiss as hu un t wittingly steps too near while moving likeII other herdsmen got tho habit of studying the neap of the heavens because it was so touch of tho time I Inca 11 out before him He noticed some stars advancing and others receding He associated their dawn mud setting with certain seasons of tho year Ho had a poetic na Lure and ho road night by night nUll mouth by month and year by year the poem of tho constellations ill divinely rhythmic Hut two rosettes of stars especially attracted his atten t I lylugof the midnight heavens the Pleiades or Seven Stars and Orion Tho former group this rustle prophet associated with tho spring as it rises about tho 1st of May rime latter ho asso dated with tho winter as It comes to the meridian In January Tho Pleiades or Serum Stars connected t with nil sweetness and joy Orion the herald of tho tempest 1ho ancients were Mo more apt to study tho physiognomy and juxtaposition of tho thoughtthey earth and perhaps they wero right If the moon every few hours lifts and lets down tho tides of tho Atlantic ocean and the electric storms In tho sun by nil scientific admission affected the t t proport And there arc some things which C luiveCi tho movements null appearance of tho heavenly bodies with great moral i events ou earth Did not a meteor run on evangelistic errand on the first Christmas night and designate tho rough cradle of our Lord Did not the againstSisernthat before the destruction of Jerusa I lcm the moon was hidden for Id con iccutlvo nights Did It merely happen eo that n now star appeared in constel lation Cassiopeia and then disap geared Just bcforo Charles IXor responsibleiprtilled Was It without significance that BmJ1erorJustlnlan1 ceded by tho dimness of the sun which for nearly a year gave no more light than the moon although there wcro r no clouIs to obscure It Astrology after all may have been something more than a brilliant heath enism No wonder that Amos of tho text having heard those two anthems of the stars put down tho stout rough staff of tho herdsman and took into his brown hand antI cut and knotted lingers the pen ota prophet and advis ed the recreant people of his time to- P return to Gods saying Soelc 111m that makclh tho Seven Stars and Orion This command which Amos appropriateIn the first place Amos saw as we 1 must see that the God who made tho L Pie inilcs and Orion must be the God of order It was not so much a star here and a star there that Impressed the In spired herdsman but seven in one group and pavers in the other group 110 saw that night after night and season after season and decade after decade they had kept step of light each one in Its own place a sisterhood never clashing and never contesting precedence From the time Hcslod called tliePleladesthescvcn daughters of Atlas and Virgil wrote in his Acucld of Stormy Orion until now they have observed the order estab lished for their coming nnd going order written not in manuscript that may bo pigeonholed but with the hand of tho Almighty on the dome of tho sky so that nil nations may read Sublimeiruui w iiwivuti ui What a sedative to you and me to whom communities and nations some times seem going pen moll and the world ruled by some fiend at hap hazard and in nil directions malad ministrationI The God who keeps seven worlds In right circuit for 0000 years can certainly keep all tho affairs of Individuals and nations nnd con tinents in adjustment We had not better fret much for tho peasants argument of the text was right If God can take care of the seven worlds of the Pleiades and the four chief worlds of Orion he can probably take care of the one world wo Inhabit So 1 feel very much as my father felt one day when wo were going to the country trill to get a grist ground and I a boy of seven years sat in the back part of the wagon and our yoke of oxen ran away with us and along u labyrinthine road through the woods so that I thought every moment we would be dashed to pieces and I made n terrible outcry of fright and my father turned to me with a face per fectly calm and said Do Wilt what arc you crying about 1 guess we can ride ns fast ns the oxen cnn And my hearers why should we be nffrlght ed mud lose our equilibrium In the swift movement of worldly events especially when we are assured that it is not a yoke of unbroken steers that are drawing us on but that order nnd wise government are in tho yoke In your occupation in your mission your sphere do the best you can anti then trust to God and if things are nil mixed and disquieting and your brain is hot nnd your heart sick get some one to go out with you Into the starlight and point out to you tho PIchidcs or butter than that get into sons observatory and through the telescope see further than Amos with the naked oye couldnamely00 stars In tho Pleiades and that in what is called tho sword of Orion there is a nebula computed to be two trillion two hundred thousand billions of times larger than tho sun Oh be nt peace with tho God who mado that mend con trolls nil thatthe wheel of the con stellations turning in time wheel of gal axles for thousands of years without time breaking of n cog or tho slipping of n band or the snap of an axle For your placidity and comfort through tho Lord Jesus Christ I charge you Seek Him that imikcth the Seven Stars and Orion Again Amos saw as we must see that tho God who made those groups of the text was time lied of light Amos saw tint God was not satisfied with ntnklng Ono star or two or three stars lint he mikes seven and having fin ished that group of worlds makes nn other groip group after group To time Pleiades ho adds Orion It seems that God Wet light so well that ho keeps making it Only one Being in time universe knows tho statistics of solar lunar stellar meteoric crea tions and that is the Creator himself And they have all been lovingly Christ ened each ono n nnmo as distinct as tho names of your children lie tell eth the number of the stars he calleth them all by their unities Tho seven Pleindes hUll names given to them anti they arc Alcyone Meropo Cehuno MnjnHutof daughters of starry light that God calls by name as they sweep by Him with beaming brow and lustrous robe So fond Is God of light natural light mural light spiritual light Again and again is light harnessed for synmboliza tlon Christ tho bright and morning star uvnngeliution time daybreak time redemption of nations Sun of Righteousness rising with healing In his wrings Oh men and women with perplexides light of pardon light of goodness in earnest prayer through Christ Seek Him that umkuth time seven stars and OrionAgain Amos saw ns wo must see that the God who made theso two archipelagoes of stars must bo an unchanging God There had been no change in time stellar appearance in this herdmnns lifetime and his father a shepherd reported to him that there head heels no change in his lifetime And those two clusters hang over tho celestial arbor now just as they were tho first night that they shone on tho Kdcnlo bowers the same ns when the Egyptians uuilt the Pyramids from the top of which to watch them the same ns whoa the Chat deans calculated the eclipse the samo ns when Elihu according to tho Hook of Job went out to study time aurora borealis tImII same under Ptolemaic system and Copornlclan system tho same from Cnlisthoncs to Pythagoras hersghelSurelyfashioned tho Pleiades nUll Orion Oh what an anodyne amid time up and down of life and tho 4v and reflux of the tides of prosperity to know that wo have a changeless God the same yesterday today and forever Xerxes garlanded and knighted the steersman of his boat in time morning and hanged him in the evening of the same day Fifty thousand people stood around the columns of the na tional capital shouting themselves hoarse at the presidential inaugural and in four months so great were the antipathies that a ruffians pistol in Washington depot expressed the senti ment of disappointed ofllce seekers The worlds sits in its charlot and drives tandem and the horse ahead lis Huzza and the horse behind Iis Ana thema Lord Cobham in King James time was applauded and had 535000 n year but was afterward cxectatcd and lived on scraps stolen from time royal kitchen Alexander the Great after death remained unburied for 30 days because no one would do the honorof shoveling him under The duke of Wellington refused to have his Iron fence mended because It had been broken by an infuriated populace in some hour of political excitement and he left in ruins that men might learn what a fickle thing is human favor Hut the mercyof the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting to them that fear Him and his righteousness unto the childrens children of such as keep Ills covenant and to those who remem ber His commandments to do them This moment seek Him that maketh the Seven StILts and Orion J Again Amos saw ns we must see thnt time God who made these two beacons of tho Oriental night sky must boa God of love and kindly warning The Pleiades rising In midsky said to nil the herdsmen and shepherds nnd husbandmen Como out and enjoy the mild weather and cultivate your gardens and fields Orion coming in winter warned them to prepare for tempest All navigation was regulated by these two constellations Time one said to shipmaster and crew Hoist sail for the sea and gather merchan disc from other lands Hut Orion was the storm signal and said Reef sail make things snug or put into harbor for tho hurricanes are getting their wings out As the Pleindes were the sweet cvnngels of the spring Orion was the wnruing prophet of the winter Oh now I get the best view of God I ever had 1 here are two sermons I never want to preach tho ono that presents God so kind so indulgent so lenient so imbecile thnt men may do what they will against Him and frac ture Ills every law anti put the pry of their impertinence and rebellion under Ills throne and while they aro spitting in HU face and stabbing at Ills heart He takes them up in Ills arms and kisses their infuriated brow and check SL- ing Of such is tho kingdom of leaven Time other kind of sermon I never want to preach is tho one that represents God as all fire nUll torture and thunder cloud and with redhot pitchfork tossing tho human race into paroxysms of Infinite agony The ser mon that I am now preaching believes in n God of loving kindly warning the God ofspring and winter time God of the Pleiades anti Orion You must remember that the winter is just ns important ns time spring Let one winter pass without frost to kill vegetation and Ice to hind the rivers and snow to enrich our fields and then you will have to enlarge your hospitals and your cemeteries A green Christ mac makes a fat graveyard was the old proverb Storms to purify the air Thermometer at three degrees below zero to tone up tho system December and January just as important ns May and June 1 tell you we need tho storms of life as much as wo do tho sunshine There are more men ruined by prosperity than by adversity If wo hind our own way in life before IcnpersonnlIon and disgusting sin nUll pelted up mill wo would have been like Julius Ctusar who was smack by sycophants to be lievo that ho was divine and the freckles on his face were said to bo as the stars of the firmament One of the swiftest transAtlantic voyages made one summer by the Etrurin was because she had a stormy wind abaft chasing her from New 101Ingawns a buffeting anda hindrance ItI Is u bad thing to have a storm abend pushintr us back but itwo be Gods children nnd aiming toward Heaven tho storms of life will only chase us time sooner lots the harbor Inn so glad to believe that tho monsoons ty phoons and mistrals and siroccos of the land rnd sea nro not unchained maniacs let loose upon the earth but are under divine supervision- I am so glad that tho nod oft the seven stars Is also tho led of OrIon It was out of Dantes suffering came time sublime It Divine Cominedla and out of John Miltons blindness came tho Paradise Lost and out of miser able infidel attack camo tho Bridge wntcr Treatise in favor of Christianity and out of Davids exile came tho songs of consolation nnd out of tho sufferings of Christ came tho possibili ty of the worlds redemption and out of your bereavement our persecution your poverties your misfortunes may coma an eternal heaven 011 what n nnrcy it is that In the text and nil up and down the Bible Ocd Induces ns to look out toward other worlds Bible astronomy in Genesis In Joshua in Job hitho Psalms in time prophets major nnd minor iu St prnettcnlly worlds Get ready for them We have a nice lIttle world hero that we stick to as though losing that wo lost all We are afraid of falling off this little raft of n world Wo are afraid that some meteoric iconoclast will some night smash it and we want ev erything to revolve around it and are disappointed when we find that it re volves around tho sun instead of tho sun revolving around it What n fuss we make about this littlo bltof a world its existence only a short time between two spasms the paroxysms by which it was hurled from the chaos into or der and the paroxysm of its demoli tionAnd I am glad that so many texts call us to look oft to other worlds many of thnm larger and grander and more resplendent Look there says Job at Mtiraroth and Arcturus and his sons Look there says St John at tho moon under Christs feet Look there says Joshua at tho sun standing still above Gideon Look there says Moses at tho sparkling firmament Look there says Amos the herdsman at the seven stars and Orion Do not let us bo so sad about those who shove oft from this world under Christly pllH age Do not let us be so agitated about our own going off this littlo barge or sloop or canal boat of a world to get on some Great Eastern of time heavens Do not let us persist in want ing to stay in this barn this shed this outhouse of the world when all tho Icings palaces already occupied by ninny of our best friends are swinging VIde open their gates to let us in When I read In my Fathers houso aro many mansions I do not know but that each world Iis a room anti as many rooms as there our worlds stellar stairs stellar galleries stellar hallways stellar windows stellar domes How our departed friends must pity ua shut up in these cramped apartments tired if we walk 15 stiles when they sonic morning by ono stroke of wing can make circuit of the whole stellar system and bo back in time for matins Perhaps yonder twinkling constella Gen Is the residence of the martyrs that group of U luminaries may be time celestial home of this apostles Perhaps that steep of light is the dwelling place of angels cherubic seraphic nrchangcllc A mansion with ns many rooms as worlds and all their windows illuminated for festivity Oh how this widens and lifts nnd stimulates our expectation How little it makes the present and how stu pendous it makes the future How It consoles us about our pious dead that instead of being boxed up and under the ground have the range of as many rooms ns there nro worlds and welcome everywhere for It is the Fath ers house In which there aro ninny mansions Oh Lord God of the Seven Stars and Orion how can I endure the transport the ecstasy of such a vision I must obey my text and seek Him I will seek Him I seek Him now for I call to mind that it is not the material universe that is most valuable but time spiritual and hat each of ns has a soul worth more than all the worlds which the inspired herdsman saw front hla booth on the hills of lekoa- INTERESTING ITEMS lv a speech at Johnstown Pa tho other day Andrew Carnegie expressed the belief that this coon try is just en tering a period of genuine prosperity which nothing can hold buck OK the 45 states of the Union only six have annua Isessions of their legislatures Time six are Georgia Massa1 chusetts New Jersey bode Island mind South Ctllollnafour eastern and two southern states Tin unusual sight of two whales was witnessed in Pensncola harbor thu other day They were about thirty feet in length mind had just crossed time inner bar when they were first seen spouting water A FKiinv IIOAT that will carry 10 loaded railway cars at once besides miscellaneous freight and passengers is n sizable boat yet that is the kind of craft that now runs time ferry ncross Lake Michigan between Ludington and Mnnitowoc IN tho United States time birthrate exceeds the death rate by 04 per cent in Europe by 157 per cent The births show the highest average of excess over deaths among civilized peoples t ken ns a whole France offers tho single exception In that country the excess o births over deaths is only 1 f per cent STATISTICS show that the span of lifo in many cases is more than a century anti thnt old ago in ninny cases is nearer 90 than 70 During the ten years from 1SSI to 1800 inclusive there were in Massachusetts 203 deaths of persona past tho age of 100 Of those cente narians 105 were between 100 and 105 35 were between 105 and 110 five were between 110 and 115 and ono was US Of time 203 there wore 15U females and 50 males In Iowa there arc now more than 500 persons beyond the age of 00 There are tit who are more than 100 years old- INDIA Is a very uncomfortable coun try This year is worse titan common Drought makcs4 every road a river ot Grainisproduct mire sapless If the traveler eats meat or fruit he Is threatened vegetableshepest which is time fatal little sickness of vegetariansMilk andbutterI waterisboth h A LITTLE NONSENSE Air air gasped the dying man The brave girl heard him and hesitated not moment Leaping from her wheel she punctured both her tires with all possible haste Detroit News urslghll lost track of the child mum andItUood gracious Why didnt you speak to a policeman l Nnrscglrl = I tens speaking to wan nU the tolme mum Pearsons Weekly II Is 0ratitrtdePreacherlore do you like your new mantas John nleV Johnnie Oh purty good leI H jar of plums ylstndy and she blamed It on the hired girl Cleveland Lender Young WlfLOh John the rate have eaten nil of my cake John What All of HV Young Wife livery piece I feel like crying John Oh dont cry over n few rats Hartford Times Mr WnttsThe idea of time pastot getting up at the close of time church fair nnd saying thnt he wns deeply touched Mrs WnUsAml why shouldnt he say so Mr ISmtts1Iec- ause he was the only man there who luulnt been thats wimyylndtannpolii Journal His Observntion Did you know paid the man who was rending an article about the contraction of metals that n clock ticks taster in winter than sum mer No I never noticed that about a cluck Hut I lcuow n gas meter docs Indianapolis Journal Dont you think 40 n week nil ninny is a little too much to demand nsskcd the referee in the divorce ease when he is only mnking 50 No I dont said the lady thats what 1 used to make hint gimme while 1 was livln with him Cincinnati Enquirer Ills Hard LlnesPoor man ex claimed the prison missionary to whom the sheriffs guest had been relating tale of woe Your life seems to have boon one unbroken series of misfor tunes Yes sighed the fallen one I have had many trials Buffalo Courier Ah observed the bystander Howiatca crane to lift me on she remarked icilyamid at other times I fall otf the house Into the saddle And then she ij 1post1 WHEAT ALL OVER THE WORLD intln lot lwnyn Hrlng Iliirvrnteil Some Part or thu ilolu The wheat crop Is always being liar 1 tested somewhere said a man on the hoard of trade Just now while the Vl American farmer iis not thinking of anllltheI the market In February and March the fields of upper Egypt nnd those of d India are harvested Those of lower j Egypt which is irrigated by the Slowing of the Nile is harvested in ovrrjj while Syria Cyprus Persia and Minor also gather during that gatb4eredprilijTexasI send wheat to the market This it lost during May at the same time that the ffield of Algeria central Asia China Japan and Morocco arc making thci ields In June those of California f Oregon Mississippi Alabama Georgia the Carolinas Tennessee Virginia Ken tacky Kansas Arkansas Utah Col orado Missouri Turkey Greece ItalttSpain Portugal anti time south of are harvested July sees the crops the other American states and all ox oopt the northernmost part of Europe harvested Itussia then begins tc 1 gather her grain more hem harvested iiin August when Manitoba lower Can Lnda North Dakota nnd the northernmost countries of Europe lilt time fecenes of the harvest Sweden Norway nnd northern Ilussia are the only wheai fields covered with the golden grain III September niwl October But just nil these crops are gathered the crops in Porn and South Africa are ready mind in December Now South WillIs gathers her harvest Chicniro TimesHerald CIPIII llouftrn In Nevr York Sonic of the cheapest houses to he found in New York belong to the city A country house surrounded by grounds as extensive as oWtlmo ancestral os tntcs may bo rented for as low as five dollars n ncntimless than some East side tenement houses of three or four rooms will bring or for more pretentious mansions the rent may go up us high ns 100 These are the house that the city has acquired with its park property nnd It rents them nt a reduced rate ns there are disadvan tages in living in a public pork While the whole pork nay be considered as- a part of the establishment there in not an inch of ground outside the hoes which the inhabitants may alL their own or front which they have the privilege of sending away nay visitor vho cures to loiter around The city is not n good landlord in the way of look Ing after repairs The municipality is not in the business of house tenting and if one cares to tithe advantage of the cheep rates offered he low so with a knowledge of nil the outs ns well UH the Ins of the property N Y Sun Prroocloun Teacher Tommy parse discretion Tommy feclllighistvayDiscrctiou n noun feminine How do you male It feminine Its the better port of tabor1htta burgh NCWS a t nTHE FARMING WORLD tl elI STORING IN TRENCHES 11 HOW Many KMlaiiuitoo tirowen Keep Celery Through Whiter Ie We do trot ntlvlse laiplng celery for llrimer use other than liv menus of cold Murage out It Is done by some of our l rowers by placing it in trenches This is the method In use in Knlnnuroo nUll while It has the advantage of prolongs lug our season it will not in the course 1nttwo or three years be practicable as d the California Utah and Florida stock r 1 1will be more plentiful and ours though I i well blanched sweet and tender will j not be able to compete with it in fancy j jmnrketR on account of its sire and rag o j gcd tops The celery when placed in the trenches has to live on something ij and having lost most of its roots it is 1 i iIot able to draw Its food from the h 1 ground The henrt therefore grows nt y 1 1the expense of the outside Mnlks and- y I instead of the head hlcumillg In Eger It grows smaller Q The celery for the trenches Is cut t from the row after having been honked for about a week It Iis quite green and the heart growthI Ihas just fairly com e i menced It Iis taken up with a spade I j allowing three or four inches of the tap root to remain on it The trenches areI t in reality not dug into the ground hilt rre built on top of it To do this blanch ing boards have stakes nailed on to till sides and are by means of these made to stand up about ten inches apart The ground should he dry and level When these boards are in pence tIll eel I cry after having the outside dead stalk removed is stood up between these j hoards being packed fairly tight care being taken not to bend the stalks When two or three board lengths huntII IllI STOIUNO CKLKUY volt W1NTKU ngainst tit boards and packed1 there See rut Should till celery be taller than the boards they are pried up with a shovel until their tops are even with I those of the celery each more earth is drawn up If the weather is not too cold they are allowed to remain this wily until it becomes colder and then the inrth is pressed firmly over the tops until there is finally left an opening not more than three or four inches wide I This is sometimes covered over with a lilanehing board at night mud opened in the day tin thus staving the tops to a remain extent Frost may he removed 1 liy sprinkling dry muck over the tops See the lower part of cut The I1ngthof tulle that it will keep this way depends upon the y rather how veil hlanehcdi it is when put In and the variety Continuous cold weather is the must favorable for It does nut allow it o grow very rapidly and the tops rot less In this latitude It is put in from October 1 to 15 Our main variety for winter and fall use is Perfection Heart well In warm weather holes aiv made In the sides of the trenches near the hot lOllgohtillI we know of although I emit say froth iKTsonalI experience that it is not eco nomical if n fair or even a low price can he had for it directly from the field Fred S Johnson in ititnil New Yorker Tin KlRht sort of Cows Which is the most profitable cow to keep It is the cow that produces the most at the least cost In the JiOday test at the worlds fair the best cow cleared n profit of over 73 and the poorest n profit of only LM Turning to the food account wo find that the cost of food in both eases was prncti tally the same yet one cow had the ability to make three times the profit upon the same food There are cows in very herd unit have this ability fled them out In these days of keen compe tition protltietloilshould always bt taken into considera tion 5corge Jlarcourt iUoratra Steel It outl rnvn Martin Dodge the Ohio state road commissioner is enthusiastic on the Mibjiet of steel roadways lie estimates that a doubletruck road the tracks laid 10 feet apart and thcxpacc between withbrokenmuch less than a good macadam road nnd the rust of a country ote track road would be ulxmt half as much as the double track He says that such 11 road would lust much longer than n willidrawas its on n dirt road std five times tm nuch as on inncndam t There Is no fruit thut with piopcr I utaaugcnIcnt can be grown to readily Uli the giii pe I Y 1 IJor unlmilk or good milk 111iI 1Il A r c WCRTH CONSIDERING A Nenr LIne of Arcumntt on the Road Improvement uoxtlon The good stone roadway in the United eomputUonolhengineer of the bureau of roads of the de partment of agriculture was increased during 1S9U by 1000 miles This seems little enough until we remember that at rondwuyIn thllIwe have patience to think of be fore the reproach of ball roads could he lifted from our country But If the good roads could be increased in this doublclIaccomplish something j worth while widespreaddesireI hilt the people are hampered y the cost and Hindered by the ippiehcnslon of too heavy texts And then notwith I standing nil the agitation and all the re ji leoinonuit One 1 ignorant shy liijk that CI1I1Idirt roads another igui raft party is deluded with the idea that the macadam pavement makes the dirt toad nnncccs stay Roth of these parties are as wrong as possible nnd hurt the cause they seek to advance In i unitybej 11IIclilelltidirt road A good dirt rood is pleasanter to use eight mouths In the year than a macadam pavement And during tlut time is just the period when a macadam I i road is injured by travel It is in dry l null hot tvttelhrHItthl naeadim pave I IlhclI illlItls yulta again by hallilII I rcI I wOllldII If we could teach the country plO pie to make these dirt roads properly and then drain them suljleicntly they would answer every purpise lint to do this is tIll question Oneway hiII Rests itself at once Let county so cieties be formed and prins uttered far the b st district in each township This would conduce to thought anti study To make a good dirt road and keep it in repast is so easy that noin hunt a sim pleton could fail to understand proper instruction i This is a hint to the orginied wheel men and the department of grieiilture as well lint there is no suggestion- yhate + lr in this hint that the high i ways should not have rtGluO pavement over a part of eatli 1IlhImllla stone pavement paralleled l by a yell rnilled lift road Leslies Weekly I IWANTS GOOD ROADS Timely IteroiiiiiiimliitloiiH Miult by thu iiivvrmtr of IVimnj luiulii- Jov Hastings of lcnnylvnninI I in his message to the legislature said in part It tipcats that we have about 500 IOO miles of public roads in the various townships of the commonwealth nut including turnpike roads wd those m the cities and boroughs mill although IXPClldlIIIllIchare in a most unsatisfactory condition This great sum averaging about 4873 per mile should if laid out with litchi gence and economy during the past 15 91 V yr I fiOV HASTINGS OF PENNSYLVANIA I years have made every public thorough fare equal to our best turnpike rouds j After stating that the road laws are too numerous and too local and advocat Jug one or two general laws he adds Another defect Is the short term for which supervisors are elected in many eases but a single year thus breaking up any plans that intelligent super visors may endeavor to carry out and giving a sense of insecurity in the pus tion The governor advocate providing throe supervisors to be elected toe three y curs one going out of olllre each year Also that oue half the road tax be paid in money and that every mile of the road system be under the care of Indi viduals whose dally duty should be to see that the roads are in good condition and repairs made when needed If these suggestions were carried out tint way would he open for the state to grant such aid from time to time us might be necessary in relieving the burden now wholly borne by the rural people If shrubs require runing the best time to do the work is just after the flowering Is oor I Fillet cheese Is tln Jjbnainutlanune- videuce of the totul Depravity of man 1 v t 4 MEN ON HORSEBACK I I Four Whom Mr Gotlluctan Huts Met Honor Less Lately i In a big city said Mr Gosllngtoo you see nil sorts of men on horseback It Is a common thing to see truckmen ridingkmonnted on one horse and it I may be leading another golug to the harness makers perhaps or the horse Bhocrs riding without a saddle under likely without a blanket but with a seat that many a more elaborately pro vided horseman might envy You sco occasionally a fireman on horseback taking a horse to the horse shoers lIe rides always without a sad die and almost invariably without a blanket lie wears u uniform und bo sits up straight like u soldier ho makes u pretty primlooking figure on horseback he is almost certain to be a- very goad ridcrII never seen before a painter on horse luirk You often see the painters wagon loaded with ladders and pots tune cans of paint and with two or three or I wore men in pnlntcot red overalls und i jackets but this was just the horse with a painter on his back Where ho was going or what it all recant I couldnt even imagine I Later yesterday 1 met one man In the saddle Walking down riverside I drive niter nightfall to got a little lull exercise before dinner and nlrII ing meanwhile time new moon low over the river I heard the hoof beats of a horse coming up along the bridle path Presently horse ouch rider carne into view man singing horse keeping time with his hoofs andso they dlsappcnrel1Ij I TIE WOODEN HEN I I IlaUhes chickens from hens eggs It IH lOxlixS inches will hatch is eIRs Trite 1 8000 Write to Mr Ceo H Stahl XI fr tOuiney Ill for a copy of his booklet K describing thoU Wooden lieu also largo catalogue Both sent free A GOOD many folks will stop you to vou Flue great stabs and when loll tclIII listened a Httlo while you thud It is a thcmIclCSThe IiiiiiiKurntlon of 1ronlilint McKlnlry willl altruist minI 1prominent individual to Wellington You can attend very cheaply and enjoy a most satisfactory trip by going via the It A u SW Hy Tickets Rood go lug March I It ami U anil good returning lit clmling March S at special low rates for this invasion with a Splendid Train Service Muko up your parties ami for further in for mation consult any agent It ft 0 SV Hy Write for guide to Washington to 1 I M CiiKsuiioriin Ucnl Pass AguCfucitmuUO A NTMMBII ofyenrs ago in order to attend his girl nu tall occasions a young man had to learn buy to dance Now lio must also lOIn u how to unlit a cow Atchisim Ulob- eNoToIlup for Fifty Cotiti Over tmllilllIIIIt1 WhyiiotlelNoToIlae regulate or remove yonrdoslro for toliaeco Saves money makes health mill 1111111 hood Cure guaranteed iiOe ami JlOO all druggists LOTS of us think wo are not appreciated for what wo are worth Wo never thlnli so about anybody else Washington Demo crat Misnnv and rheumatism aro foes St Jacobs Oil anal euro are friends Try them NoTinxn Is gamed by starvlnp the tcul to feed the bodyItauls Hurst WITHOUT teeth frost bites Without doubt St Jacobs Oil cures floslLJltcsIoIlIC EVKUVOSI I possesses Must enough conceit to whit too much Lirrin nnoTiira I love to have von t1byhlekhofcandy her au gives it to mo Chicago Itecor- ilMnrnritY nu dont know how vou worrv mo trio why my hair Is turllflll gray I Klorrlo Mji hnw you must have worried grandma liar huh is all whltollIouM1 hold 1VnnlsIWnv docs Mrs Wtldelrl call her fast hnshanil Tlio Cipher Doesnt ho count at all In Ids own home Oh yes its be elitist ho m HO nouulUv Cincinnati Com mcr lob Tribune tin was wataldni Ilily nolchborn trouble homo bay climb u tree and he hail a loop of painful anxiety on hUcniinlcnanco Aro you afraid tho luC will fall was netted him No ho replied Im afraid he wont =TitHits lI hlllA1I grumbled Mr Hllluft looking at thu mess that Inv nn his IhlllIIjllsaW the statement In a paper tho other day Mial there aro over 800 different ways of cooking gh1learnllrxrvll IIIYo your ex rolcncv Ono of to most surprising matters of the present day is till extent of tho amateur pliologiiihv fad anioiip proiulnont Htaius men I did nut know thud such was tho case sire 0 cslt Is Henry Sm how ninny men mentioned fur tho cabinet havn developed negatives P Pittsburgh Clirou lolo Telegraph UXTOIITION The andgreasy bandit bowed low before tho contcssu Opening a package ho dsclosetl an ear Itahs worshipfilltCNsatoylncr with her fan wat net at lOuiO pluukal Exactly snld tho batxllt And remains nt tho wale llffuro This f aid the lady her bosom heavin Iis outrageous It Isnt business AH a reasonable man you cannot expect me to pav full pricu for a reuiuaut ludiana ollii Jouroal MOST people cook beefsteak as if it was the llrot timo they ever mot such au article of food and they are cooking It as au cv DerimoDt Atclil9on Globe tetuo Uward 510U Tho readers of chits paper will bo plowed to learn that there is at lost ono dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in alt its slues and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure known to tho medical fraternity Catarrh being n constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Huns Catarrh Curo is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood apd mucous surface of tho system thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease and giving tho patient strength by bullinguptluoconstltutlon and uSllblUUg uuturo in doing Its work The proprietors have so much faith lu lu cura tlvo powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any caso Uiut it halls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address P J Curxrr it Co Toledo O Sold by DrueglHlH 75c Halls Vuuilly Tills are tho best WHAT a dlstlnpnlihed looking ninn1 Yes the last timo I suW him ho wtcv on tho iMjnch Whnt aJudROl No a substl tutu ballpla erClevtlund Plain Dealer Tar U O SW Hy conimoaclng Sun tiny Jantnt y nth will limugurulo on tniliiB No 4 nod n a thorough lulliuiiuHurTttaeo lug Cur lino bolwixm Haltlmoio stud Chi Ciiiro via HIV hmnti unit liidhinnpol This will onable Ilia patrons of the n z 0 SW Hy to inaltu tho above named lets without tho iucoiivculcnco of chang Ingcarn 0 For timo of trains nail further Informa thou will on agents U O SW Hy Tniwts Is nothing that would cause a woman greater secret satisfaction thus to fall over lu a faint when lace husband Is scolUliiB her Atchlsou Ulobe Vlbrutlnc lu Tuneful Arrant Ilkc tho HtrlngMof amuslcul instrument tho iiirvotiri system la heallh harmonizcH pleas tintlv with the other parts of the system Hut weaKcncit or overwrought It jungle utmost inhaniioiilously Quiet mid invigorate It wilii the great inuiqulllUur and tonic Hos tellers stomach hitters which promotes tll UollOlltbllioll hccictiuii and a regular ne and pruvculM ur1urhul rlicuumuhc and kidney cuinplalnls- Kvnnvoxn Imagines himself a worm and Ila of Urn private opinion that his turning will cause flue great st commotion tim world over know Atchlsou Globe IITS stopped free and pcrmunoiilly cured No litH alter first days IIMI of Dr Klines UI cat Nerve ItcsUirer hre18J triid bottle t tnatlsu lu KIINU 1 KI Aivh st lhlln 1a KOTIIINH is iiuito so menu as for n fellow to ask you for a match when von huvo both hands full of bundles Washington Dem ocrat Arrru six vcars suffering I was cured by Piton ture MAKY THOMSON Vt1 Ohio Avo Allegheny 1a Maivli 11 Ul Titiin an a good ninny peoplo who cant keep hymn making fools of themselves when they gut rich Washington Democrat LIKP nn elwtrlo current St Jacobs Oil seeks anil euros Sciatica iTalwavs takes a girl an awfully long timo ti learn to rlilo a bicycle when some aandsomo young thin is teaching her JCST try a isle box of Cascarcts candy co thartictiiictliiveraiul bowel regulator iirndo- JUSTICT who lIibeen a shopkeepor Io tau It will ho six mouths for anybody clio it would bo eight Hostoii Transcript A spitAtx cannot cripple If you use St Jacobs OH H cures it IM never atilt another woman to marry mo as IOIIIMIS I live Hefused tigulul No acjeiitcil TilHits CusrAiiKr stlmnlnto IKtor kidneys nnd bowels Newt sicken weaken or gripe lOc j Yor know tho tuna whiyi gnu know tho i company he Keeps Hams Horn c I THE ADVANCE tj IAGENT OF HEALTH Mlnltttnro FaoStmtlo IIMAPS OR PLAYING CARDS lL4 W WAKELEY Gen Pass Agt Burlington Routo St Lout Mo SOUTHERNHOMES ItoTEXAS IIIn the rrlrbratnl Coast Country Chrup and nt FP niiubla Sinn tntttprlehle end llrjerii fmim throb i f iiliirllon Direct mitrkrl Illvrrcl lied rrii Trawl trbe KrUeu llnti linttNl Inil llTKor land lllriiitur mspseur lull rl unit lull Inrnriimllaii writ THE AMERICAN LAND COMPANY w UOI Kan Hide MT IOLIH MO 600 Second Hand Bicycles AUin keiHMlASNKW 1111 ft N i lllih tired M ino lcl gurranltwlelI- to 1t7 MMt bo plord out AKOIIM nlrWII ror atiedunrtonea- Y Co MKAII A rUKMlHM Cbterr it wotlHKHJJtrJbFro fur Incrtme U HejrctfHl claims n IntAll laws free 31 rrn pracllce Surrey or nn fru AIlattrskLAtwylleinglOudlr11gb0GOPIUMr I l Cured DRJLSTEPHENS IEIlNONos- llttDROPSYnK1Y nlsvovEltttglre Ihr and Burr wrt rtf KriiiiriirhodK of trotlinnninli and In der llrMlinrnl Krrr Or II IIURIKV MAe tlluu U h A A liuntlml for Jour nrUhlxin ittlilrrMM ZO send liirrnu fiirrtmtrnrt endauyunev ItOMAMl MAUAXIMC Nlat VOIIK quirkWtYucatan itis perfection A N KB 1O42 tVUKN WIMTIMITO AOVrltTIHKII IIEAut elute bait run mw IUn Adwrlltrmeiit IN lUli puvrr SC r1111111111NN111h REASONS NIN11N1111N111N1NNNNN1NNN1N1N11N1N0 FOR USING i iii 1I Walter Baker Cos j Breakfast Cocoaii I 1 Hfcauw Ills absolutely purti2 Because It is not made by the socalleii Dutch Process In i which chemicals are used i3 Because beans of the finest quality are usedi4 Because it Is made by a method which preserves unimpaired the exquisite natural flavor and odor of Ihe beans i 5 Because It Is the utmost economical costing less than one cent i ineItAKliK It CO Ltd Dorchettrr Mass HtUMIthrU 1780 1 NN1111Ninto the fire Take care that you dont go that way when you try to make your washing easier Better be sure of what 1J youre doing Get Pearline the original washing compound the bestknown tim fully proved There arc plenty of imitations 1 of it But even if thivVfi not dangero fs and Sonic arctheyre nut Y economicalF i I goesJ i saves more wear than anything else that s safe to use wo 4 ouIrr YvrVVti Y VVVwri idCATHARTIC 1f r CURECOHSTIPATIOH 10 Ia In 25 SO oaUts trare CaItIor Nlf1tlPltl tl rNII tilt 1 fmaGURA EEDABSOLUTELY nJ tine aenrerlpnrerlprlsrau +eeNTaMerelrtrelle Ibsen fl1eand booklftfrfr AdSTFUI O F lEltltOChleueNsxtmlCaaerleeTe- rtN1Ferss eMtlcNSS r = t t- ns c I rI J r t 1 1f IE JEIUii- s h 1 tCIm Ct1OPEIi Editor IAz GREEN IV11 fTHURSDAY Mny 0 189- 7r1NNOUNCEMENftSv v Ior Stato Senator t We are nnthnrlztd to nnnounce JOHN A TAUL1IKB of HUM Cruen ns n candidate fur Stale Senator for the 84th Senatorial i district ubjcct to the action of the Demo cratic party e fForSurveyor of 1 Korean County We nrc nnthorixed to nminunc IAMKS S HALSEY At a cnndldtile for Comity Sur veyor of Morgan county Huhject to the dryI ctiiou of the voters tit the November 1807 electioni i l t Rl SlII1rlI O- Oh N ij O C7cr MUM Delis ilnr you go To VHNHIM II town oh 1m ho Dr Gum Hunter him tar too An now what yer Kvlne ter dot I TllK moro precious the article tlio ninallur tho package Tin HKKAIIJ thi week is nn oxiimptt rich in ruliiits rnru We take silver when we can got it ami it pays fur it n year it it t AwiiAnKTKAUY running clown our ileliniiont lit wo note tlittt the IPs rhold the score Now delinquent being n synonym for dorulictiwu of duty we S nrc Iled to wonder if their detin Uun iis to h Well It neonw significant to i my the twist Hut the next letter in the mil of honor being it Hwhich Itwint 41 burn the two appear prophetic of H tt1nHoehnlcaJI ditylay sr+ tau ly Eh whnid you ayI CWn Ui ptyt 0 4 of y Ir UK McKVLKY will riMiMilt MJ hut lieV not frfnjj bi du Itwe tats give him ft few pointer + when he runts to nmbo n new United Stale muralnil for KVntucby 1V1 Kita of11ett Liberty ill the man we woRld suggest to his honor mid if Its Nppointi him the appointment will be approved of by both Democrat loin 1epublienttM till over this section As we total no audience in the building of his cabinet we hojw Mr McKinley will hear III in thin and U he duos fo wd will forgive him tho uiiiiece iry tariff we had to pay on n necktie by mumi oft ids nefarious bill Ile tdmnt outclevcr us WHILE the lamented John M Elliott was the presiding judge in the judicial district of which Mcnefcc was n part he was holding court in Krenchburg when n character well known for hit boisterous conduct under n fairsized load of tanulo foot appeared in tho court room Look lug over to where the judge sat in his official capacity and dignity of office who was at the time hearing the evident in a case the individual referred to blurted out Look n lteali jedge Im a hoes Judge Elliott apparently ruffled by tin interruption turned an said Mr Sheriff take that horse and- S 1 i put him In the stable and the jailer jailed him until ho recovered from bin jag It is needless to say that tho cour was Dover again interrupted lion FJUNKMX secured tho nomination for commonwealths attorney in thoI Fourteenth judicial district ills oppo rent staid the present incumbent Joi fcj Smith of Bourbon placed him 3 Domination before tho convention an I moved hU election by acclamation N When Utib gets to be commonwealths 1 Attorney 1 which will date from his In duction into office after the November election there will won bo much 1 less trouble in do land and those who Dare heard Eph Llllard and Bob ting oft it will be surprised lint the sequel willII lie in tlrt fact that Bob will prove a first class and fearless prosecutor Without dispargcmcnt to Mr Smith and the dis met being out of our bailiwick without our put wo predict that fob FranklinI will be as good or a bettor states attor 4eythan any of his predecessors Rs 0 for IIJb and free silver they arc bot I xtt1ylhe corpses XT MAY not be gcserally known but 1 dl appointekttrtkIt nyM native of Wof6 count Ity 1 r ou Gillmoro creek on the farm known i as tho Jlnrvo Vest place and his mother was a Mire Little daugJ r of oM rueii Ihll Little who tiled1 ii fivt yw ago Hr maiden ant Hstviinn- ahjnsicr of Eabrry and i rrc Littif- IIif we are correctly inftirnwd utidehc I l pOillt1howccrl fact that ho JH n native I of this tbeII l and anybody who doubt that he Little kin hCrt can count VIM Then nr100 or more to bear testimony Iltr I Hov W J Drawl state senator front j the Fourth district nnd himself a citil1 1 zon of Crittonden county was on Wfd J i 3 nesdny of last week electod United Stitod 5 senator to succeed 1I01lT C Black burn every KepublicAii in the general i assemblyJ voting for him 71 Blackburn received 50 votes Martin lt1 and Stone 1 necessary to a choice GRt MrI Iubte- Is j J doubtless n very gold man of the kind Krpublicnn but he U n little known as to he almost olt cure Pooplu I will bn prune to inquire as did the indi t ideal in jailI of whom we have heard A culprit in ono of the jails in the mountains of North Carolina now North Curiliita mind was being advised I J with ypiritunlly when the reverend gen lleniun referred to said among other 1 tliniCH Christ lis here ti care you In stoutly came the ejaculation The h and wharM he cum frunf Ho of Debor i whard he cum frum 4 TtiK road to riches HM thmush nrin j J ten ink is nn aphnriHUi fn juiiitly quoted by tlmne who have amazed fNbu Ions fortunes by moans of advertising j Now if lies through printers ink teed to fortune the runon the editor of TillI IlMtun bas never attainwl wealth iis I HpiMrent to every constant render of our paper We nest r oould tall how itI was that struggle as wo might and stint I IB WO have often lbeen ronetriiiueil to du ii the shekeln would not come our way liven when we have at times weedl 111I a few of them fMin iontance they have Kane frooi Us aaubipe that Iu in the night And anew butt we rfaliyeh the mistake we Mare made we feel that j we are gruwiiiK old and that it iie too late i i to learn new tricks flat after all Iiie it iiII nut bettor t IIP und reiimin a poor man 11 that to be a plutocrat iby means of lies I11 through printers ink It Trueh Is II mmt wonderfwlly Inconvenient Iu do I without the needful hut th proud con fr sciouwuM of not having r urted to j j ways that are dark and tricks that are i vain iis iiiu CODa j to to our tU onmffrt and wo wilt continue to plod i i I alonj in therren tenor of our way and i truth shall uprevail though the heavens jII fall s0 j j AMONO the younger ixtliticiMns in tho j Domocraliu party of Kontticky Siuth i 11 Trimble a resident of this town in hillI boyhood days but now a citizen of Franklin county 1il a leader and of right tins earned the laurels ho wears so gracefully No man in Kentucky labored snore zealously for the principles of tho I Democratic partyuntil the triumphof free silver in this state last rla1 thou did I he and we note with pride every stride he iin making to forge to the frontIIA prophet is without honor in his own country iis an old saw anti has nearly always proved as true as tis trite but in Franklin county the home of his adop peoplednlplftudIability which is evidenced from the handsome endorse reptreseti county at a pri mary election held sonic time since In everything that pertain to tho prosper ity of the country south prwvcs his faith by his works and goes to the field of battle in person to light for its best othersn milIpray IIII pull election iu the tutu and we feel that the prayer will bo answered and the pull also TUB fair association atfthis plaice was inaugurated eight years ago fur the im imporI that it has been tho menus of doing much in that direction no one will deny Ilenco wo hato to chronicle the tact that tho directors last Saturday decided to hold no fair this year This ought not and must net be If the stockholders of enoughhI a new company that will have a fair and this wo understand iis the present effort No man who has the means and A proper pride for his town county or community can consistently refuse to E Q r RAT n CLOSING BALieniU ro 1rl I=l LI WUIR tl un rID 1m mm ti i LUU fiJUQ U I PI W LENCTON ICY tr I i I 1txI t gnuih t 1 Ir It1WA I 1000 500 50 SllitkN kgm t to n aa 1 cnI MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED c ur 11 IirThen you visit Lexington do not fail to call on Louis Gus StrausliE I CWtrilmte to an enterprise so promising fur the future and so profitable in the pasttent only profitable to stockholder but profitable to the farmers in that stuck and agricultural products have bur proved from its very inception And I figuring for the future by its profits in need fear to his I the past ne man as pecuniary interests as the average fIerIiI cent of profit has been indeed quite pretty Let ns have the fair by KillI means and let those who take the mat ter in hand be they few or many resolve and Mick to it that the fair shall be tho greatest and best And mot proflijtnlu we i have ever held Let us nut only hope bait i4n v j IUfl 1dlr whhes tools supinely stay IBe there a will iwd 0 wUJuot Gads M way I L Now that the Kentucky senator has bccn fleeted at fretful fiminrial CUIt the state the pie hunters may begin to toI i j I I tIij era liristow has announced that nil will VOI allowed to lurid to the end of their terms lint he being M Republican and Kepub icons genernlljv being unreliable in po litical promises we ml rise the lines of I I the Gypsys warning I Trust him not hes fouling youii Beware Oh bewnreit j Hut spanking of Bri tow brings toj mind the fact that we heard n few days ago uf the departure for Washington fI I two young Republicans of this county ono of whom is said to be after the post office at this place Tney both claim that the fourth assistant postmaster is their own bluod cousin and having nn eye on pie- 11heu they heard liii nnme era Bristow They to Vn lilnyton did go II and if they be really akin mill the new postmaster general nurtured in the theory of nepotism there tinny be method in their madnws that we wet not Howard Little wants to write P M at the end of his signature mId Lilburn Graham desires a deputy collectorsbipji I in this district but would be satisfied I with mot any old thing at hand The bC11I1confined nnd the result of the three cornered race in which your country cousin is the contestant will be awaited with anxiety Sick em HoJtwn is all we card say Its none o our fight- Salesmen wanted to Sell Spring beds and braces patent lock pin clevis TurkoKusjian baths and appli until8pccI The mUll who sits him down to read I throughInns I Or clan he hIIllllllch to IoTruth j Subscribe for pay for and read TUB 111Hulef i too we emphasize if youre wise youll j I advertise Elder JT lierattof Hazel Green I U holding n protracted meeting at IMcas ant Valley He is an able expounder of Gods wbrdMath County Democrat J DEAT8 j When it refers to the end of our earthly career has n horrible sound to any lut the sriintly Hut in the sense we use ir it r fern to the annihilation If high prices and j renders everybody happy cspceially in hard times See our prices on n few suplts Arbuckle Coffee 15cper pound only 6eIcILadies Good G G Shoes 900Vliile they last SODA4C 10jt 1 C SEA TIW iijiiariirdiiit orC in When you wiuit Itar tins you can In gratified by culling oni70k0 tLV ltut Tr pr i coiai W12E KENTUCKY 020tZMerGicnialje Prcducc taken in Eicane fcr Gocds othsrvisa Cssli I neoanrww nrmwwnrw naysawvun wrnannrwrwwswwn WATCHESr I 7GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTER 600II I J I I And Watch 10 TO Repairing I FRED HEINTZ 1351 JalnAIKXISOTOX KY NEW MILLINERY MRS S B KASH Fashionable Milliners iu Hazel Green this spring IWill n lull line of the latest and t styles of Millinery Goods at the lowest prices and asks the Ila dies to await her coming belore IUfchlucsINEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES wf COLVIX WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS IWYioes1e grocers I MT STERLING KY CoffeeJiphtJ MPLESCI WQCItI CUPS 5 Hull jall all j f ftpLil j j i t Ml Ollior Gocds Proportion 1 i T o i f J be p J TAKE YOUR CHOICE J 0 HERES A GOOD THING 1 The Hitzel Green ilerttldI 00 IIlIolhY tf j HERES ANOTHER The Hazel Green 1lerald1 00 Cincinnati 11eeklyEnquirer iiit 71 t Both Papers One year1OAND STILL ANOTHER The HnrtlI Oreen HernlI1 00YIxinisvillcWveklyCnmiuroinl 1 UO2 00 Uoth Papers One Year 1 25 t THIS IS A CORKER I OOilonllllIIeUoth One Year 2 jO 1YOU1 r j Toledo Weeklv Blade 1 uo 2 W1 Hath Papers One Year 1 = I JUST LOOK AT TillS The Hazel Green llernldSi 00 Twirl uWcek CourrJonriml 1 002 00 Hath Papers Ooe Year 1 W I ANOTHER BARGAIN jHoinerarnisemlinonthly Doth Papers One Year 1 23 1 ONCE MORE i The Hazel Green Herald11 00II The Cosmopolitan monthly 10052 00 Doth one year 1 SO j THE BEST OF ALLj i jLouisville I Moth Papers One Year 1 w1j This otTer is open to new subsribcn Ji I who pay one year in advance and to nil old subscribers who pay up arrears and one 4 year in advance Now is the time to sub fy 1 scribe Send for sample copies I asSTAny publication in the United will be tarnished in connection withStnteIfIf HEKAID and our subscribers discount Address THE HERALD Hazel Green Ky iI J SEITZIw WITH I W M KERR CO 1 JOBBERS IX Hardware 8k Agricultural Im lamentsI IRONTON 0 t 11 1 THE HERALD g FOR ALL KINDSIOF JOB PRINTING J Ali1 i IiEFiiaPFuY- Cln COOPER Editor F HAZIL GREEN KY THURSDAY Mny 0 1897 i t 1fUNTOUNCEMENTS 11 o ior stato Senator if We arc authorized to announce JOHN A ri TAUUIK12 of Hazel1 irllII1I1I n candidate fur Hlalo Senator for the filth Soimtorinl district milijoct to the action of tliu Demo unttlc party n For flurvcyor of Morgan County 1 Wo nro nutliortzcil to anticline JAMKS S 1IAL3HY nK a andidatti for Countv Sur vcyor of Morgan county milijcct in thu de d loll of the voters at the November 18D7 election w = sb HESPIILAIIONS ij t C OM JtsOh MUM Dihoc ilitr you K To WiiNhinirion town oli hit IlIq Dr Gum Hunter lilin tlnr too An now vliiit ver g vinu tor do Tilt moro prruioiiH the article the Riunllur thu package Tint JlriiAin tills week iHi an rslllllploriuh in riilritH rnro Wo tiiko silver when wo can get it yearrit AiriiAinrncMiY running ilown mfr Iflel1rltIUollt list wo note that tht 114I l hoillglsynonym duty we arc lod to vnnilcr if their destination iis to hlII it MCiim significanti to rIy tliu least lot tlio next letter in the roll of honurf hehig II which lipgiim burn tliu twi nppotir prnpliitiu of a pyrotodmicitl dislthty snmo tiny IKli vlmlM you any V Oon to IIII1 0 ll If Mu Mrlvtnucv will enn nlt iiJ hut Ill1i not Gulag to do itw1ant givo Mill u few tsdnlers when hi want to intiku a now ITnilixl Statt inarsluil I far lunhicky W JI Siitil of IPI t Liberty Is this mtin wo would tIIWIllt to lilt honor and U ho appoints him tliu appointment 1111 appnivttd ofUy bulb 1 Democrats and llupuII mar all over thii section s As wo asked no aiidiunve in time building of his INI hi nut wo hope Mr Melvinlcy will hour OH in thtu and if he dies 140 wu will forgive him tho unnetxwary tarill wo had to pay on a necktie by reason of hid nefarious bill Ho nhant outclevcr fly Wiuu time lamented John M Elliott vas the prcidding judge in the judicial district of which Mcncfcu watt a part ho was holding court in Frtiuliburg when H diameter well known for him boisterous 1 1comlucl under A fair sized load of tanirlo foot nppearod in tho court room Look ing over to where the judge eat in the official capacity and dignity of ofllcc who WAS at thu time hearing tho evidence in a case time individual referred to blurted out Look a hroili jedgp Im n hoer Judge Elliott apparently un ruined by thn Interruption turned and eaidllr Sheriff tnko that imrso and put him in tho stable and tho jailor jailed him until ho recovered from lilt jag It Is needless to say that tho court luterrnltcdtft Don FKASKUV eecured tho nominn Lion for comtminwcnttha attorney in tho Fourteenth judicial district His 0110 neat and the present incumbent John 8 Smith of Ilourbon placet him in nomination before the convention nnd moved his election by acclamation When liiib get to be commonwealths attorney which will Into horn his In t duction into olllco after tho November election there will soon be much less troublo In do landand those who hue hoard Eph Ltllard and Bob sing of U will bo Burgrlsed nut tho sequel will lie in tin fact that Hob will prove n first class and fearless prosecutor Without Ulspargcmcnt to Mr Smith and tho die tract being out of our bailiwick without our put wo predict that Hob Franklin will be as odorn better statoa nttor kyep than any of his predecessors Rah for njjb anjl free sliver they are both extremely live corpse Y YaFa a It MAY nut be generally known but JeoepU I1JVBrjUtow the newly Appointed jG rtk ait twat postmaster genera J1sR Iwa 6Lw natfyoof Wolffi county 1le n on Glllmoru creek on the farm known as tho llnrvo Veat plnco and his mothoi was n Mite Little daughter of oM Uncle Phil Little who diall fnW fmi r lIllij ago Her neitleni nnhio was uvimmih j In sister of Klvlorry antiewe ltlrI- f t J we lire correctly infarntedstud ell I married Win Uristow rime main point however in this tory Is to chronicle the fact that ho IH n native of thin county timid anybody who doubt that ho IINI Little kin hero can eon nt cm Them are 109 or moro to bcltrk tilllolYIj I 0 I HoK WJ DinuE stew ncnator front the Fourth district and himself a citi zen of Crittendcn county WItS on Wed nesday of last week oleutud United States senator to Hiirceed tOil J C Hlaek l burn every Republican in the general assembly voting for him it Blackburn received fit vote Martin IIJ null Stone I i nrcrswiry to n choice is MrI ivhtf isi doubtless a very good mum of lhI kind Kepublicnn hut ho in 1r liuli1 known as In be almost ol ctirr People will bo prone to inquire us did the indi vidual in jtmilof whom we lime heard A culprit in one of tho jjaill in tin mountain of North I North Carolina minil CnrlllillltIIClWI I IIIIllIIIIUIlliinttH Ihrist Iis hero ti snve you In stantly canio the ejaculation The hand wharM he cum fritin So of Deboe whard he cnm frum ar TilK road to riches 1I through prln ter ink is an HplioriNin fniiufiitly quoted by those who lure amazed lIhI IOUH forlunex by means of advertising Now IfIolirK through printers ink lendi to fortune till reiiton the editor of Tint IIiltAlD linn never attained wealth is apparont to over constant render IIfI our paper Wu no t r could tell how I was that struggle ns wu inixlil mind stint I in wo have often been constrained l to do tho shfkeU would not come mir way 1ISven when we have at lime iMisaesSid II tea of them elilom intttmuvi they have gone from us m chips That pass in the night And now llutt wo rmlie j the mifUkr we Ire made we feel that I we are growing old mid that It U Iou Into to learn new tricba But after rat I ft not Netter t 1 lr stud rill u pmu r man than to bo n plutocrat lby nuvtit of lies thmujih printer ink Irtlt1h is most wonderfully inconvenient to doII without the needful but thi proud cmisciouuiovM of out having rvaoritxi to ways that are dark Mini tricky that arc I vain I iinne cooaItil tt our flis1 Uiimfort end we wilt eontintie to plod j alnn in thepvtn tenor of our way and I I truth shall Utrovnll though that heaven jiiI fall N IIAMONG the younger huhI ticituis in I I Democratic party of lKentucky Smith Trimble a resident of this town in his boyhood days but now u citizen of Franklin county is a lender nail of right tins earned the laurels ho wears so grace fully Nu man in Kentucky labored moro zealously for tho principle of thu Democratic party and time triumph of tree silver in thus state last fall than dill he and we note with pride every stride he is snaking to forgo to the front A prophet is without honor in his own country is an old saw and line nearly always proved as true 11141111 trite but in ntloptlIoIn mike ex toll his excellence nod applaud tho ability of South Trimble which is evidenced from the handsome endorse ment ho had in his nomination for rep rcHontutivo trout that county at n pri mary election mold sumo time since In everything that pertains to tho prosper its of time country South proves his faiths by his works and goes to tho field of battle in person to light for itt best interests delegating no duty to others that ho fouls devolve upon him Ills friends hero will pray mend pull for his election in tho fall nnd wo feel that the prayer will bo answered and the pull alto n Tin fair association atfthis plnco was inaugurated eight years ago for the im provement of home stock by the impor tation of bettor breeds etc etc and that it tine been tho means of doing much in that direction no ono will deny lien co wo hate to chronicle the filet that limo directors tenet Saturday decided to hold no halt this year This ought not and must tot be If tho stockholders of the association will nut hold It enough enterprise should bo exerted to get up n now company that will have n fair and this wo understand I14 the present effort No man who has tho means and a proper pride for lima town county or community can consistently refuse to IiIDtf I II IiilT l II- iii IlwII UMJIl U DAM1J bmiJ s 1 eg9lt4s 0 ivwtrl iE 11 rn qrg t imt I l n 11II I I EX8NCTON fVa11ur j I mr m 500 itII tir fU LtVltii tii est 1000 750 Sllitkk i ui yr e 11tt y c ettit s tts 11MML ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED as I i urs Rttdtl4 sm 11111 1r When you visit Lexington do not fail toi call on Louis Gus Strausl eontiibute to an enterprise so proiuiMiig for the future and so profitable in the purlmint only profitable to stockholders but proiitablo to the farmers in that stock and agricultural products hero im proved from its very inception And figuring for tho future by its profits in tho pant no man need fear as to his pucuniary interests tiS the avera u per cent of profit has been indeed quite pretty ILet us have time fair by all means anti 1ft those who take the mat ter in hand lbe they fow or ninny renilvu and stick to it that the fair shall IM the fraatQMt amid best mind moat protilahlu we bare ever held 11 us nut only hopv lint do Ufa title wlehes fools supinely star i- I lie there a willHunt wisdom findsl a way lut4ItoIl IILH utate the the hunters may Itegin to pniw their plHtea In referenco to post maulers Fourth AmistiintloslniiiyterUen erHlliristow hasannoiincwl that sill will lbo allowed to hold to the end of their terms Hut he lining a Uepublican and Repub licans generally boning unreliable in po liticalI promises wu advisu the lines of time Gypsys warning n Trust him tint lies fooling you llewnrel Oh licvnru limit spnaking of Hristow brings to mind the filet that we heard n few days ago if the departure for Washington of two young Republicans of this county ono of whom is said to bo mutter the post olllco at this place Tnuy both claim that time fourth assistant postmaster is their own blood cousin and having nn eye on pie1- 1betm they hciml hits name ins Hristow They to Washington tlld go nIl if they be really akin and the now postmaster general nurtured in the theory of nepotism there may bo method in their madnWs that wu wot not Howard Little wants to write P M at tho end of his signature nnd Lilburn Graham desires a deputy collectornhip in title district but would bo satisfied with most nay old thing at hand Tho push for postmaster has heretofore been confined to two of our resident citizens and the result of the three curnered race in which your country cousin is the contcstnntwill bfl awaited with anxiety Sick em ltostili is nil wo car say ii- IIlts none o our fight 4 Salesmen Wanted to Sell Spring beds nnd braces patent lock pin clevis Turkollusainn baths nodnppli ances in connection with physiclnnsmind specialties Address J M Havciii Ha zel Green Iy Tho 1111111 who sits him down to rend timruughIlesOr else ho hnniii niuuhjii duTruth Subscribe for pay for and rend TllK liiUAiD if Iran would prosper ItisnI little pill but fills the bill Yes i you ton we emphasize i if youre wise youll advertise Elder JT lvieraltlvof Hazel Green is holding n protracted meeting at IMcas ant Valley He is an nblo expounder of Gods word1atlt County Democrat t DEAT8When it refers to the end of our earthly eareur hums u horrible sound to any but Hit saintly Hut in the ease we use it it refers to the aiiiiiliihition olliigh prices snd rtiulurs everybody happy especially in loud times tVe our prices on u few Ntupltt lArbuckle Coffee 15ci per pound only I 6cIL I cII 900Ij oM4eI PIE PEACHES 10I CIjioiunl i only Wlnn you uint HiirtMiiiB you lIIIIIbe gnat iticd iby onI u f1J 0 t ft Jf t rJ11iUtftJ 4 iatM SVJB2E I itoiw I Merchantable taken iinI Goods Cssh ynU MI YNIM1WLIl ttI M YMM- p I 1 p WATCHES GOOD ONES 8t 350B- ETTER tAND at ONESII I And Watch 10 ter TO Repairing I FRED J HEINTZ iir E M KY NEW MILLINERY MRS S B SASH Fashionable Milliner Will he in Green this with n nail line of time latest and newest styles of Millinery ut the lowest prices uiul asks the la I tiles to nwnit her coining before making their parthuacs I I fNEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRIC- ESW t r OOLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS WftoIetaIe Grocers STERLING J 4 t I cO CoffeeKiglit 1 APPLES 1OcpiiiiiKtI CUD SEA CRASS ROPES cOC0 hut bur W OollnllKiill1 y Z ft1irC All Oilier Goods in Proportioi railing n lLJ JI KENTUCKY Produce Exchange fer otlisrvlsa Malu- IRXIiOTfIi Hnxel HpriiiR loniM cpiiiiK MT KY only uwanwnwnnttnmwfYuwawrflfl TAKE YOUR CHOICE 11 HERES A GOOD THING The lliuil finen Ilerald1 00 v- TlirlueaWick World 1011 lW- Hoth IttporH One Year 1 M HERES ANOTHER The Hiizel Greco lierald1 00 Ciiieiiiniiti Weekly Kniiniier 7l W cloth Pampers One yearI 50 AND STILL ANOTHER rime Ibtzel Green IlernltiStt 00 LoiiUviUcWveklyrnininrviiil 1 t0i 00 Hoth Ill J1cr One Year 1 25 THIS IS A CORKER The Hiizcl Green liernld1 00 LonisvHIu yenhsg Tost 5 00St5 00 Hoth Papers One Yeari0l YOU CANT MISS THIS The ouzel Green Herald1 00ojToledo Weekly untie 1 002 rot Hoth Papers One Yetir 1 2y JUST LOOK AT TillS The Hazel1 Green IIermld1 00 Twin nWiik oiirrlournal 1 00 ro Hoth Papers Oio Year 1 ro ANOTHER BARGAIN v Thu Hazel preen lleruld1 00 llunui harm Ncmlmonthly 5Ot foG Both Papers Sac Year 1 3t ONCE MORE x The Hnzel Green PieraldI1 00 The Coimopolltun monthly 1001 00 Hoth one year 1 80 it t THE BEST OF ALL a The Hazel Green llerald1 00 Louliiville Weekly Dispatch 1 00 2 CO fcloth Papers One Year 1 0ty tThis ofler IU open to new suhsrUicrtp who pay one year in advance and to nil old subscribers who pay nit arrears and Olle tyear in advance Now Is the time to sub 1- t scribe Smut for sample copies as rAny publication in the United States vlll be liirnUhcd in connection with Till p HKKAID and our subscribers allowed time6 discount Address THE HERALD Hazel Groen Ky W J SEITZjtWITIJjW M KERR CO 4 10DBBRS IN JHardware Agricultural Im lements IRONTON O JrTHE HERALDFOR 11ALL RINDS PRINTING t r1 H 1 f 7 MI I I i1IJL li IUV O n YpAj r i i iitrt RtikiV YrIairr LL i ALIPIiJVtoIt14ttI i tt II fr r r s 1 e- r Y 1i 1 17 et te r e tnaf So arar Sii13 dire will acme froM fnrnud near An te ealiit all gulitr rnniul A sermon how Jim Tom to War AMI ltlilweII dlueer on the ground KJ Oetl r1itcalhihtucSitutdar ft itl r uulay Mri fl B Kash ret wruwl home Mon dav evening T JT Leo arrived hero Tuesday morn ing frm Midland Te xaa Mr Oilly Ann Hnrnor on Grassy is said to be quite Muk of a ftvir Mah1o1 come with showers and we tnut tuy will bof blwiiifr Trf II H JIalUy will prruth at the Gr asv church on Sunday morning Mr T1 M LeeI who was reported nil being sick Inst week is soon Infur Mrs Jordan Wills of Maytown tins bevy very sick fur severalI tiny past Genie tueywho hay been sick for n few days is nble to be Imck at school And Jaiuw came up from Mnntnni cryrn Sunday sad rMiirn d TmtMhy Tom PWer of 1 KzlI returned Sunda and has resumed his studies at tin academy J 1II1 Evans slid J1 111Uoei wont to Mt SitMlin t this week to attend the big show ShOt wnd slippery awayilovn in price but highs ui in quality lit the JJ 11 Day Racket Store J Richmond Delltuk old kllII e Taulbee spent Sunday with the faun ly of the tatters pap Jiok ltayof Iliiltmifc iis confined tr Ills hmH with an injured cthe result uf a steers kick we ItrMr Hisses Nanuioi Biiyes andl IJertha Jamt if Tuesday morning for their gamy in Montgtiniery county ltv II JJ Adcma will Ijejiln A pro traotilI meetlniz at Atleni nit Friday tw fury iii tliird Wiinday In May Nine periy rrrt J received Into the ffllmohiii f tin Christian church in till + I II I nrdaynlernin- gIr1ha n J iiulliic rtlrtf tint following pnliuu uan r lus tart Mr John Pic raftIaI l ut IVibby Iiy- H r It iXiy who haY then uffirlnp fury time with MTofula Ant catarrh has Un ctinlined to hi3 bud f rr scveml IlayY JHIIHS Young find Kmimtt Ie 1ford left Sunday morning for their homes in Montgomery county to be absent only a wdL lion W U Mie will this week leave forDsnvllletoattend the CtllIIlIIlUClnlent exercises of Centre college of which his son Carl i in student Miss Lulu Kash left lat week for Fin castle where she will be engaged in mer cimtilc business for her brother in htw Willie Junes fur awhile Taylor Day is having his John Hose store house repainted and sill the guys in town are guessing as to whether hes going tw open up another store Dr Nickell reports the birth of n girl baby to the wife of Georgo Hanks on the Nigger fork of Frozen Hreiithitt county on Friday weight 111 pounds Edward Coulter nephew of Mrs W T Cnskey 1 arrived at this place en his bike last Thursday evening Irom Neosho Mo lie will remain here for an indefi nice time Clay Cisco made n flying trip Saturday to his home near White Oak returning Sundnnd if you don t believe it rain ed Showers of Blessings on him both lays just oak Clay On Sunday at the Christian church the subjects for sermons will he at 1111 m Truo Submission and at 740 p m What Paves Us All are cordially in vited to attend both services On appearsinsign Hays anti diagonally across the street is lnyf table too The latter is the hostelry of Mrs Lou Day while tho former is tho hostlcry of J T Day Henry Pioratt was telling our II man bout town of a sale of modeothe other day and knowing that Henrv had bought them for speculation our ra at questioningly observed n I gues you gqt out whole No 1 got in it rflUed the one galiused trader u n nu u J eln Waller a nearby citizen iis nun Utaliug in futures judging from a trade he made Saturday He had pur chased for Qu n male calf And seeing that Honry Pkruit wu pwe8 cl of one a calf just licei yulIgcrboI ate I aid tu bIIpint bleak alike in colir and marks and if they grow tipCln like a3- IpeaaI in a pod will make a right t ute of workeattlt Hat to match tbrn when only n week old mid take chnncrs on their Wing dig csttle ili a risy bntincw dealinginThe lletluKJiht church iis bting repaint edand the lfirst coat is yellow ochre I whichI gives the building a stunbre hue mid remindour man about town of II remark he hcar1 the other lay While a crowd were looking at the painting and the paintOrs a gentleman remarked IIt looks like a cloud was settling over the church and an the spencer belonged to another denomination our worldly in u L wondervtl If the spruch hindtiny sinI nifunticc Oscar Cecil setlsgon the principle that the heavier the feed the heavier the hog on Thursday last got a piece of lion into his cruher whilt grinding corn with the result that he dusted the nnifliint tit to ought it to Ituse lDavis Friday sal they repaired tin iitnin re Athr il ustrntion that Its an ill wind which blows nobody tond Hut Oc says whrii he asain wants a heavy teeth he will try lead in lieu of iron Mr + Holle Cioilsey sad by the way a belle of benevolence hurt it herd 1ms the thunks of the I ditnr and Isis b ttcr fur a mess each of fine spring onions sod lettuce tilt eutiogtf wiijh caused the fractional part of the second purl to seek his couch and in the arms of Mor pheus Slurp the sleep that knows no breaking Toni uf toll or nijjht of wukliif HS it were and yet lle on hind for breakfast and his regular flttinf biscuit Our man about town a few days- since heard a good one on a member IIf a church of our town The member referred to i ury f nttlof a social game of euchre and whenever occasion uffn f nHub n in the pa Uire A night or so after a recent game in which he partici IKittd be ss railed np + n to loudl Iin prayer III baw he saidl Ilet Iiruthlrr Jake im wup Iking requested to- exuin he rejJieilt 1 hufn drunipa The tnf diocovery ofa flue vein of coul on hind Hill THE HtitALD render i vuits him jrvitly Hllupu1l its value stud no more will ww hear it spoken ofns iruvidenexa1 will provide Is M clearly terra in this in lHiiv to in tiny ease Hf which we hurt ciejiiixiince TIll cold wave caught ns without fuel but the black diamond of our new dUeovcry supplied the demand The Coulee City Wash News of the 21th ult has the following personal of our brother whom we have lint een since 1879 Yardmnster Valentine Conner way a Spokane visitori yesterday That he iis in railroad service and in line of promotion 5hisI plain and if our prayer prevails he will ere long be president And then well strike him for a pass Mrs S11 lush has returned from her protracted trip tu Louisville millinery stores stud will display an entire new stock of hints bonnets millinery goods etc Friday anti Saturday May 7 and S The ladies are especially invited to cull and examine the goods and learn the low prices Marriedtat the residence of the brides brother Gordon WtII Pres Gilley and Mr Visa VelUHobbs by Itev Jell Edwards The wedding was later on ratified by a dance at Oordonrt house aid the assembled guests tripped the light fantastic till way in the night on yesterday Mrs Tom Lee daughter of Mr and Mrs W J WallU iIs said tfl be quite ill Mr Lee who lives on a ranch near Mid I land Texas has been telegraphed for and is hourly expected Later Mr lee arrived Tuesday noon and found his wife much better than reportedFor who take cold easily and are subject to the croup no remedy in so helpful ns Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey It should be in every house ready for an emergency I Dr John Taulbeu reports the birth of I n girl baby Sunday night to Mis Maggie Elkins widow of Robt Elkins killed hero last fall NameEdna Tyler IIMiss Etta James daughter of Widow James of this i lace iIs veiling her uncle Andy Ja nes in Montgomery county t l idtu u n InU tatmuSTV nntnn1tn u t If I Il il r t 1 = iW t d It t l lotDit f t ass 1 j jr 3E1 su J I I if3l aooo PCnI1nds of BaCOIIl jt- i M Z r mftjP4000 You OweUflIiI I I And all the good trade of Wolfe and Morgan Countiesil 1 l r JtVtJ 3chCCQt3C0 CC t3 naC 1 tli1I gR I i I 2SifHlc ffffjR As for our creditors now wo sweat x j HI jtKX OQCY GfagttJ OIIf 2pf Qtx11 Hrrathosthcre n man with soul so dead t Who never to himself tenth said i deadtI To pay Pioratt Co for meat and tii11 bread MI 111Th riifif l t11 i f 1 I t Ikov = = = = = = g nlL = = = h Jt I u u El GLIS T01HrE l1-12 SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY cr2 Regular Beals 25 cents Meals nil hours llroakfnst fruni j n JJ1 Diuuor from110 n m to U p nt Supper from 5 0 p ut Oysters Lamb Fries Fish and Chicken a Specialtyq w 0LS LTTCGARI rslsl it Gtslvo I Rev JI Dejrgcndorf the new Pres i byterian minister who will louse clmrse tI of tho church at this place arrived yes i urdwy stud WHS the cuot of Kobt J1 McLln llat niyht Mr 1regesdorfwill wUo hat a churve uf the church at French hurt null on Jill more if we lUll sot mitiiken It 5 ifhis lint visit to this section of the mountains although he spent two years iin ll tchor and Perry lUiiunties and HnliehMlf of the citizens of Haid Green and especially the mem Iwre of Iioe cliuroh at this place we hid him wvicouie 11111i hope ho with jind his anjiurn iiniong na pleasant one II ItII coMies lotii fmin I misvHIe hut ii1 m clause of Missouri his home being Po tutti where brother of his publishes the JournalI 1 Aex 1 dimes will1Pte accept the tlnm of the editor stud Isis better J for line specimen of the snapping turtle that he brought us Saturday sod upon which scribe nod the pliariseen of his household regaled themselves Sunday The1 menu in the stain consisted of turtle fried turtle and turtle soup the latter beingso good as to inspire theo I lines Oh turtle soup and chicken pie We huge lor lots hero we she IDick Phippa was in our office Monday response to nn inquiry for news I delivered himself of the following Ui i C Byrd and Isom Lang two of OIII neighbors have just fenced their patches with nice paling preparatory 1 to raising garden pass and me and John Amyx Is dolts tolable 11with our i mill which Iis loomed sit Dicks Glory i I on IpperGrassyTwo rllrl preiiched from the pulpit of the Presbyterian church at this place for three nights last week but fined to convert any to their faith All who attended were iinpre Mjd with their knowledge of the Billie however and granted them an attentive audience and respectful hearing i E Johnson representing tho Simpson j Computing Scale Co is guest of the Day House Accompanied bv ye scribe visited Swango Spring and after sampling line the water pronounced it eryII Rupert J McLin will leave Saturday for Cincinnati to purchase new spring i and Minuner goods fur The J1 Day ji iof this place CoII I IJ Paris Salyer of Lickbur Iii visiting i i Ills sisters hisses hells and Rosa of our town Arbuckle coffee lie or i pounds for a i 1 at the J T DRY Oo Racket Store j I Miss Etta Swungo n daughter of ArI I bpry I confined to her home by illness ONLY True Blood PurifierI THE 01day There are some men we know full well Who never such a tale could tell list they wo fear will go towIlI The place where there no winter I Others we know to friomU are just 11 To such we newer any You must gluten J ii1 o W to order nt to a to It K H a ye stewed outs i a he J I t a w OOODOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOCQOOOOOOOOCOOrOOOOOCOCOOOOOdCQ006 Up PREPARATORV8CICIdU 1 4l j J fJla rt sttQ c + t jogCiisapssl and Best School to Eastern Ktnlj J W 3- d ill1 1 g 0 THE NEXT T5RQI OF rxEli WEEKS fiLiaL BIamc MONDAY MARCH 29 1897 1i Ig 10 0 lIOROUGJ u DV B If o Of this Public Scrnl nllraeitl ln Ki y jfM jit i I n fur thin 1 lHt jalltj1I1I VrtuTiulr 7 prepare of 01gway n withvnt extra CustQrXU- l 1 01 g Tuition for tho Ton Vook 500 Matriculation 100 gi 01R Hoard if2000 18 rEntor on tho 20th o 8 oOOOOo0000000000ooooooooooooooooOOOOoooooOOOOOooto000 i8 t ROSE D VISOPRACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY n MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAGONS WE use the Ifcat Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Cull and get our prices and when you need anything of the kind give mo your order Patronize Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy IN THE HOUSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE Mremploy only nkilled mbar every man being an artist in his specs dtyrsnd vour work in respectfully solicited l OIUiJIl CGI1r malaIJ P x TIjE SOUTHkdjh+ xx r l1 KCONWNOCO If iNC UAMM MMMCKKN K u H 4Saar r THE cOWITBY Mr rrcir WAxrlP t u TlI1OCVEovRHALJsu lJlllff l tRch tiiTHE BTra wrA UXr i I 00 y 1 F rTrl H nrr T fJ rraillLLl L 111wtaLNLL11 u II t1 J j 11- h ft i 1rEIJtI i t i I r r + Illtyr I hJ 4I 11 c I da they will uonio from fur nUll nenr An 1 itie Kilnts nil xither round A sermon from Jim Tone to hear ml1 have dinner on tht ground 1 lnj CdlvlltitJthl h muSatutday nl1 II YIIIi It1roturntil homo Mont day evening TI Liee arrived hero Tuesday morn ing fr nn Midland Texas Mrs Lilly Ann Illarpor on Grassy is said to be quite sink of a fever May has come with showrrs stud we UUitttttVy willi Ilw of blcsio r Prf H H ILHm at the Ofwiisy church on Sundny morning Mrs 1 L11 Lee who was reported as being sick last week iis Mime bier Mrs Jordan Uilln of Maytown has been very sic1 for several days peat Cal lie UaeyWho bus beenI sick for a few days iis ablu to be back at school Andv lames came up from Mnntpom cry till Sunday and ivtiinifd Tiifwlty Tom Power of Ezl relumed Sttndav and has resumed his studies at the academy 1 11 Evans 1111111 II Rose went to Ml ticfrlin this week to attend the big show t Sloe+ and Uppers away down in price but liih UP in qunlity at the 1 11ny nIl at Store J Richmond Dcllusk and bridet mo Taulhec spent Sunday with the faintly of the laiura pup Iiek Day of Pinlmok is confined to Im hI Hiih Mil injured leg the result of a stirrV tick we rjwi- rMic Njtnuicl Hayes and IJertha Iaii if Tuewiay morning for their ho mi iin Montgomery nmnty- IIvI 11 IAdtma will bojiiit H pro trlld1l imetlHB xl t4dlnm on Fridiiy bo fiv ill iiiirl fdndty in May MHOi peronii were rewired intn tIle fII1 hiioC the Christian dumb in- tiis mi ln t Hnndoy niortiiut 1 I1I Ihip raulbrerrlortstbefolluwing puiItt iuijir his cnnt Mr John Pie riii t leI Duy Ntiii Uubby Day I1G i IV Iywho IIIIK lH en Riiffcrioj fir tlime with wrtifithi mind rutnrrli has Ixvn eontined to hid bed1 for several days JIIIIKS Young maid Emmett Ledford left Sunday morning fur tlieir homes in Montgomery county 1 to bo ambient onlya few drays lIon N U MJJW will this week leave for Danville to attend the commencement exercises of Centre college of which his son Carl iis n student Miss Lulu Kash loft last week fur Fin castle where sue will be engaged in HUT cimtile huskiness for her brother hm haw Willie Junes for awhile Taylor Day is having hit John Hose filiire house repainted and nil tho guys in town are guessing na to whether hell going to open up another store Dr Nickell reports tho birth of n girl baby to tho wife of George Hanks on the Nigger fork of Frozen Hreathitt county on Friday weight I11I pounds Edward Coulter nephew of Mrs W T Caakcy arrivedat this place on his hike last Thursday eveningi Jirony Neosho Mo lie will remain hero for an indefi nite time Clny Cisco made n haying trip Saturday to his home near White Oak returning Sunday and if you dont believo it ruin ed Showers of Blessings on him both lays just ask Clay On Sunday at the Christina church the subjects for sermons will bo at 11 u m Trill Submision mind at 740 p ntWhat Says Us All nrecnrdially in vited to attend both services upprnrllinand diagonally across tho street Iin Days table too Tho latter is the hostelry of Mrs Lou Day while tho former is the liostlcry of J T Day Henry Pioratt waa tolling our II man I about town tIof a sale of bogs ho manila Renrv1hadI w a t questioningly observed ce I guewi you got out wholer No 1 got In it welled tho onegall used trader HI 1 n ftehron WaUR nenr by cittxen i1 1111trndochased for gii a nialo calf and seeing that Henry ricralt wu pitlI 8MJ1 1of oap R calf just hike youugerhol ate said tu be plnt blank Alike hculor and tnnrks nail if they grow u pClII like na I pens ill n pullwill make n right yokoof work oattle Hut to match ttin when i only a week old and take dinners on I their Wing dig cattle iU n risky tnnslntw I l dcttlhgin rllulilltIctI1 i which gives the building a ernuhro hillI and reminds our man about town of a remark ho heard thu other day While u crowd wore looking ut tho painting mud the pMinters a gentleman remarked 1 It looks iiiII cloud was settling over the church ami as tho spanker belonged to 111tany i 0 nifleance Oscar Cecil actingun the principle that thin heavier the feud the heavier the hog on Thursday llsl got a piece of iron into his eruhpr while grinding corn with iho result that he butted the machine tie hioughl it to Hose it Davis Friday nod they repaired the latiinge Anoth r il iistration that Its an ill wind which blows nobody potiiI Hut Oo says when Ihe agains wants II heavy feed he will try lend in lieu of Iron11r + Hullo ail ey mud by the way a belle of biiievoleiue hirtT In trait IMS the thanks of the iditnr nod his h tier for II nuns each of line spring onions sod lettuce the eating f wih causid the fractional part of the second purl to ii seek his couch null in the arms of Mor pheus Sluup the sleep tluit known no breaking Jlortl1toilor night nf vnkliiir as it were nail yet be on haul for brisk fastI and1 Isis nvtilnr ruliin of hisvtiit Our nun about town a fIhl I rteaj re rred to Ib icry fund of x radar gxnieiI uf euchre and1 wheneverJ neoaitioii tiffre indulge in the ptiMiire A night or no after It recent haute in which he partici pated hI wits sited upon to lead1 1 its prayer IIr late he flltld let Ilruddtrj duke im tfttJj lit iug reytlts+ ted to explain he replieil lIhuf mi druniw q The veeent dincovcry of x flue vein of 0011011 Hich Mill THU llit ISAM rendex itrvitty fohunrcd HH value and no will wo hear U nM ken of js Poverty iPiiit That Pnividenee t will provide is MS elfiirly proven in this iiiotiitief us in any laW wt which we have t i menace The cold wave caught us without fuel but the black diamonds litI our new discovery supplied the demand The Coulee City Wash News of the 21th tilt has the following personal of our brother whom we have lint seen since ISiJII Vardmaster Valentine Oiuiuer was a Spokane visitor yesterday That he is in railroad service and in lime of promotion Iii plain and if our prayer prevails he will err long be president And then well strike him for a pass Mrs H H Kash hUll returned from her protracted trip tu Louisville millinery stores 1 mid will this tiny an entire now stock of hats bonnets millinery goods etc Friday and Saturday May 7 and 8 The ladies are especially invited to cull and examine the goods mind learn time low prices Married lit the residence of tho bridts brother Gordon Wells Ires 11 Icy and Uri Vine WelUHobbs by Nov Jell Edward The wedding was later on ratified by a dance at Cordons house aid the assembled guests tripped the light fantastic till WilY in the night on yesterday MrsI Tom Lee daughter of MrI and I Mrs lV J WalliH is said ti be quite ill Mr Lee who lives on a ranch near Mid land Texas has been telegraphed for mid in hourly expected Later Mr 10 arrived Tuesday noon and found his wife much better than reported For children who take cold caiily anti are subject to the croup no remedy is BO helpful an Dr Hells Plume Tar Honey It should be in every house ready for an emergency Dr John Taulbeo reports the birth of n girl baby Sunday night to Mis Maggie I Elkins widow of llobt Elkino killed t hero last full Name Edna Tyler I Miss Etta James daughter of Widow I James of this p lace is visiting her i uncle Andy fne in Montgomery CO D 11r tn I t i- ri1 juu pa It rnnrrmmnTtl rv tpn trannrrrxtAtew1 kf 8 t n I sHr a ta t ff iW tt 14 rf 1 lID ty tIIII I U1 m fI i Ii mD j 1 1J I f 1j1- jIi i t tI I Ii 31 iooo P01Lln of BacmFV- c i I i 3000 lrcu Owe Ustotd And all the good trade of Wolfe and Morgan Counties t lfHI i l a Roooo COO OCXOe C00Q11iC tI i ml 8 Now wu hay us down to sloop 3 rt R 4tlvul get1Eil X- R lJJ t As for our creditors now vo sweat X 1IiUJOOttCO G OIaYt IJm r i1 Hrcnthrs there n man with soul so dead aidtfJlI V lopny m aunt r h11hrIII tllItiii But F PIIERATT CO Ii lE Friends of the People HAZEL GREEN KY t Rl r o = = hi w + r = = rwrI11 OwIww Mh- i J iitIESLITTcJiEai jsiiw712 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY tfJfirRognlnr Monlj 25 cents heals to order at all hours Droakfant frotH 5 to in n in Dinner from10 a in to p Supper from 5 to 0 p in Oysters Lamb Fries Fish Specialtyct I 11ev11 Eo Deggendorf the new Pres byterian minister who will lows charge of tho church at this place arrived yes forday and WMH the gue t of Kobt J1 J McLiu INtt nijrht Mr IVcgendorf will tilso have clmnC of the eh inch at Fitnel lung mid on Cillmoie if wo aro not nl taken U iishid first viiit to dais i sec Inn of the mounuirip iilthouith lit spent tiro years in IUtcher sad Perry i counties nod oulmhalf of Itho ell ilttlI of IlHJkI Urten itudI uspcninlly the inriii lmr of bU ehttreh at this place we bidI him weUoaio ami Lolls hwill jind Inn Mijiium nmong IM n idctHHiit one I lie nmipft tous rum Imisville hilt i iII iiitjvo of Midouri Mir home being Po tosi winre n brother oft his publishes the Journal Atx I lames will pea e accept the thank of the editor and his better X for u line specimen of tho snapping turtle that he brought us Saturday and upon which ye scribe anti the pharinees of his household regaled themselves Sunday The menu in the main consisted of turtle fried turtle stowed and turtle soup the latter being so good to inspire thc o Tines Oh turtle soup and chhI 1IiWe hupu lor loin lnto we die Dick Phlpp was in our oflicu Monday and in response to an iiifiiiry for news delivered himself of the following IIU- C j Byrd and Isum Lmg two of my neighbors have lust fenced their truck patches with nice palings preparatory to raising garden sass and me and John Ainyx is doln tolable well with our I still which iis located lit Dicks Glory on iporrruissy1vo preached from the pulpit of the Presbyterian church at ii this place for three nights last week but filled to convert any ono to their fllithII All who attended were impressed with their knowledge of the Bible however and granted them an attentive audience and respectful hearing E Johnson representing tho Simpson Computing Scale Co is a guest of the Duty Motive Accompanied by ye scribe ho visited Swango Spring and after numpling the water pronounced it very fine Robert J McLin will leave Saturday fur Cincinnati to purchase new spring and Miminer goody for lime 1If Day Uo of this place J ParUSalyer Lickbur Iis vieitinI hits sisters Miser Bible and Rosa of our town Arbucklu coflee Ifie or 7 pounds for n 1 nt the 11r Day Oo Racket Strum I Miss Etta Swango adaughterof Ar bury It confined to her home by illness ONLY True Blood Purifier THE In Uio public 0 too r 1OOy1 There Oft some men wo know full i well i I II The place where thcreV no winter Others wo know tu friends are just llToKiieh wu uuvor say Yoii stunt fur at tho time nUll proiriootl tillIt1 Theyre on hand mud in full pnyl gluten ijui r N B m as a Ipyti 11141 oooDoooooooooopooopopoooooooocoopooobocooooobbdcpSpol8NOnWAL 8 AI 0 o 8tNlioli Giieapssl and Best School in East cra ksnlulkyl 8c- l gTHE NEXT TERM OF 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JITBE1 B1 DVVERTIN1 1 KKDJOX N i Z ERALUZ0 tu b SPENCER COOPER PublUbe t riAZKL OREEN I S SY j MY SISTER HAS A BEAU When yousa got a big sliter an your ds tcrs got a beau Why you hev to mind yer manners an mus act Jes so an so a Youse KOt to pay attention to mos everything Its said An you hev to bo mos careful cr youre i hustled ore to bed I used to hey the liemeat times a rompln round at night A eayfnBoot to slater an a trrowlln like Id bite pi Jfut them aint no fun In nothln an a fcUcr nlnl no show When hes pot a great big sister an his slater has u beau Ito com Ua theo her Kundnys an they sit urouii1 nn talk Jornctlmrs ho takes her rldln an someA times vy take a walk An once he stayed fer tlliincr cnuro my mamma said he mliht An he hep a unyln Thank you JeiT all soflUUu an i er- UtoJOao I Jns sort u whistled to my maicannry bird An lilt said Tommy orounllkc an 1 Radii sold a word J tell you hut a tellers got to oat Jos so fell CO When hss gut a great hit sister an his t stator has u beau t ila says mulibc hull marry sis an tako her off to stay 1 not my jm shout It an ho said lrapho may llit when he cornea to sec her why Ive got to tie so good tomctlmiM I get lo ihlnkln that 1 ruttier t xvUh he wuulJ i t vmnt to romp un Sundays why Ive got to bu so sly It scows that alls so ijulut an 1 foul lust like IM lie A foJIsr ciuii do nothln an lio hnlnt got any show i When lioS not a great big shitor an his flstcr has u hcau toy Varrul UNum In N V Truth v A SUMMERS LOVE 4 In rrttCIVU H Itltit1L Copyright 107 J Ltzuttu stoodt on licurH Neok und jrml lonKinly ut the speckof vhltu on the border of the horizon The oust was slowly rising from thu xvutcr I which lay smooth and htlll tuivu fur t n gentle undulaUon like the rise utul r fall of a sleeping babys breast In the I cast till vapor was pierced by tt thou Mind golden arrows and was fleeing p fruir the nwwudt iu a xvierd fantastict- rout upward ever upward untilI lost skyii lIeulllthcll- zz and Lizctto knew that in u few mo j I incuts the rooks now dripping with the j moisture would sparkle under thet golden beams ilK if rot with u million c preelons sinner Yet ignoring till the beauties of the recur she eareJfully shaded her eye und HnKd intently al n flock of white iu the oiling indistinguishable except to the trained eye which even as she Urasid was wrapped hi a mantle of vapor And when it too rove to jolt its comrades llecin westward the still wan gone When first Lizcttc raw I- lIhc knew from its course northxvnmd rMand east +Vard It was not hound for the Core but silo had hopcllInd hope teas strung with her that the skipper was taking n long tuck nnd would soon catching the mourning breeze bout ihip II nil iced fur home Ilzctte turned and with drooping liinil and weary footsteps made her vny down the narrow path nnd nvnr tlnj rocks toward the spot where the lilne smoke curling lazily upward told her Mere Choucard WUH alreadyup and preparing the brcnkfnuU s4 liut once on the way lid site stop It j ritnt the gate In the old stone wall epnrntnjj the little cottage garden i front the neighbors line site had stood r VIlfb hint on that last night here ho grayit1UUpressed her cheek caressingly ngultiHt the cold damp stone post and closed Tier eyes obliterating the present andr living for it moment in the sweet past Some day nut chere we will melt And kiss hero again Some day the Swan will come again to Nova Scotia call Into the Cove and leave me here with you nm petite Lizette i Some clay Ah how sloe had wait til and longed for that day Twice had the stone wall been hidden under then ammo +ra twice had the little garden 1 grt ned and lowered and still Lizetto xvaltedI for hope only fades as the heart grows old and LUettu was but 10 Faith and hope go hand in hand with tote Sunrise Dud sunset found Llrctte sn time Ikars Neck happy in her love tceure in her faith strong In her hope unccanliiij in her vigilI When tit greethimbe the first to take his hand and Ilzcttn was ruled by her heart The old people in the village shook heir heads sadly when they spoke of her tine young girls shrugged their ihOuldcrs and gave u toss of their tends the young men gazed wistfully s villagesIhem nril to their sisters and sweet hearts In pnuvrc Liz te But she did cot know she lived In the past and tfIJtdllor till future time present WUK L jl purjfUtory of her love She endured fHlletilJv silently tiiicoinulalningly f liullMl Whim the day died toe it j P brought her nearer the future awoKo Kralllnj for the joy of waiting and hoping was to be hers until the night l ere Choucard misunderstood her urtd spoke harshly Coiled her silly foolish and bluntly told her he would never come back that his words and his promises were idle that his love was a fancy the dream of a day that ere tills he was wedded to one of his own standing and had long ago for gotten the little girl of the Cove Pcre Choucard often spoke thus but Lizctte onlyI listened indulgently and smiled Iere Choucard was HO good no strong yet so rough and 1cre Chou card was old und bpent the tiny mend ing his fishing nets or working in his little garden The Pere did not under stand he could not EO hlzctte only smiled amid said softly No bon here you know not And she was sorry for him Mere Choucard did not understand llliltl SHU HAD WITH THAT LAST NIGHT either She thought Lucite was un happy anti sad brcnuse she slid not laugh or go to merry parties with the other young folks She did not know 11etU was saving nilI her laughter fur him When he trinu how merry sue would be how her ryes would sparkle how she would smile at nothing at everything No Mete Chnneiird did not understand but then Mere Choueiird was old too and her eyes were dim Sometimes when it rained and the girl was sitting by the window her win ooxv through which she could see the gut in the stone fence Hoars Neck Civets Head and the restless loosing ocean Men1 Chouinrd would softly stroke her hair anti with liars glisten- Ing in her eyes murmur Ma pauvre infant And Lizette looking into the aged 1 BHB HAND kindly filer would pat the hued und say with a soft wrllllhlII self Ah bonne chore mere know not This day this Sunday and Llxette us stir had done every line Sunday elate he loft went for long walk up the beech road the wnlk he so enjoyed Liette reserved thin pleasure for thu holy tiny because it was on Sunday he told her how lit eared for her They were walking along the beech road hand III hand away from the village away fimi everybody She lint not expected him to spcnk ns lit did Sue only knew site WON quietly fully puppy vhen with him Of love she timid never thought and yet how suddenly when he hnd spoken she knew she loved him lips refused to open and she had Klmply put her hand in his As she left the cottage Pierre Liitou called her mind in u moment was by her side May I walk with you Lizctte asked IVopJc said Pierre Patton loved JUT 1 urn going far Pierre sbe caid You laid better not come Time end of the world WQllid not be too far with you he exclaimed quick ly looking searchingly into her lace und then as he saw the startled look In her eyes he pleaded Lot inc go with you Llrette And so they walked together Lizctte did not speak and Pierres heart was too full for words Lizette even forgot he was with her at times Her thoughts were in the past Her thoughts scented always in the past Of the future which was to bring such great happiness she lured not think She was content to wait until it canto nnd then enjoy It fully The past was sweet would exhaust its memor icsfirstAt Pierre could no longer remain silent Lizctte he said why are you so changed Once you were always with STOOD HIM ON tilt Her he Site UK und laughed and were happy Now you no more join us at the dance or anywhere You talk MI llttJe tutu once you chattered all the time tlhyare you so changed Llette- I am happystillsaiI Lizette Happy he cried harshly happy 1 You cannot be You do not laugh you hate me you hate us all You are my friends she inter rupted And he continued unheeding you have given your heart not to some honest lad in the village but to a stranger a man who said in fun 1 love you You will never see him again He has for gotten you he Pierre exclaimed Lizette quickly yet not with huger Pierre you dont understand You arc like the others Lizctte he cried 1 understand one s RAISED liEn UKSKUCHINGLV i r thtug I love understood it ever since you und 1 were girl anti boy together mId It Is eating my heart out 1 cant tell It to you In line speeches She raised her hand beseechingly but he gently put It down anti holding It in his continued Nor In lint words I lance kiiuVu you all your life unit I love you = lie stopped brainless with emotion Lizette turned away and looked sea ward She dill not speak and Pierre crutching at u wild hope went on YoiAnow hay Hittle home Lizette nnd 1 earn ns much as any nine In time youhappyHe was almost sorry he hfTH tittered the lust sentence still she dill nut seem to care She went toward him mutt tithing one of his big brown bunds III both of liars looked up into his face Pierre it caniot be that Let us re multi frhiuls Do you out see do you not know Ah you are Mtlll like the others you do not understandl He went a little way from the road side and sat down Perhaps he under stood now Theytficr6 on the top of Long hill In the hollow to the left wits the vii Inge and uwuy to the right could be wen the cottages at Toddx Point Ii quiet summer resort As Liettu looked I three persons on horseback appeared aroundt u turn in the road and cnn I wlthIllItcrestgentleman ns top they drew rein- I think we have reached the place sold one of the ladies And well ure we repaid for the ride the view is splendid answered the gentleman They looked commented for some moments and Lizette wutcncd them curiously At lust the lady who had I first spoken turned to her U that pretty little village The CoveV stir asked lcs madam replied Lizette cumin tosying They turned their horses und tor a moment admired the view towards adds Point The Cute is where Arthur spent a summer a few years ugo said the first speaker Lizette heard and her heart brat wild lly Your husband must have found time place very dull Mrsl ltertlesou suia the gentleman with u laughand they gnllaped away Lizette shut her eynsmad then opened them Yes he WitS uxvakc It was no dream Pierre had heard everything He went forxvnrd und taking her haul led her to n rock Sue sat clown with a shiver and with mute eyes gazed seaward Once or twice stir loosed the kerchief about her neck us if it choked her Pierre xvalked axxay and lay doxvn at some distance to wait An hour two three and she still sot then Once she bvxved her head in her hands and Pierre thought she wept And thon again she looked steadfastly over the sea thc tea tossed mid roared yet she neither rat+ nor heard it I heell xxas the present Time sun sank lower and tower In the west timid night drew apace yet she needed it not The night xvas the fu tore At Inst she looked eastward the sun rise hnd been there The sunrise xvtis the past nod her eyes xxvnj no longer mute Pie o approached sue gave him her handai they xvalked homeward Once Pierre murmured lie has for gotten you 1 Icveyou Wlllyou be iuy wifeShe drew away stalled sadly and shook her hind saying softly Pierre mon ami you do not understand ALUMINIUM NOT POISONOUS An InliTfutliif Kxi rrlliirnt Trlitl on Two Young Iltylciitats Kecently two healthy and robust phy sicians aged Lti and11I years were selected by the imperial ucrman health bureau to undergo an interesting experiment III order to ascertain whether aluminium is poisonous or not These two gentlemen in order to test the nonpoisonous properties of IlImlni mini volunteered every morning for one month to swallow 1 Ir gnnus of alumi nium ttirtrutc with their lunch At the end of the trial neither of them hud lost llesh or appetite or experienced the slightest discomfort during the entire period of their metallic lunch It was found that the metal was not adapted howexer to contain for a long period brandy whiskyor wine After n time these liquids turn turbid and although perfectly harmless ore not Inviting to say the least although for two or three days journey they are not appreciably acted on when carried in aluminium tasks A correspondent writing on the sub jest states that he has cast nliininium cooking utensils for over IS month and that they have given both the cook und the consumer every satisfaction without any fear of polsoniiig UK when copper utensils were employed Dentai plates mire also now made of aluminium which besides having only a fraction of the weight of gold plate pos vss the additional udxnntnge of producing no disagreeable taste in the monthlKlee trical EngineeV MnUbnius Kind llcnrU No woman in public life is more high ly esteemed for her kindness1 of heart than Marie Mnlibran the distinguished French priiini donna Recently when visiting a hospital the celebrated singer was choxvn u child whose recovery de pended on taking a bath the doctor Lad prescribed but which the little stlirerer absolutely refused to enter while to use force t+ ns considered like 1 ly to bring about n fatal result Mali bran took the child up in her arms and tried persuasion but without success He goodshe sold and I will sins you a pretty song She snug n soft melody and time obdurate little sulTcret- listened with hhining eyes but still re fused to take the bath lithe doctor and nurses were shaking their heaths in despair when suddenly another Idea occurred the goSituThe child dignified assent by a languid I nod anti quickly undressing the great artist entered the bath with the now delightful little patient in her anus The result was what the physicians had expected the childs life was saved I Chicago Chronicle Nowh a good time to put your physical system rood order by purifying your blood and build up your health In order to avoid slckaesa T HoodSarsaparilla The bestin tact the One True Blood ParlBtt Hoods Pills do set cause naioaKrpo All drurcfhU ai 1Somethe thousands of false diamonds noj yearly in London A working gmS 1 smith says he has seen n good deal ot trade in imitation stones People of M rank buy them A nobleman Li In Iwo tliate wnntof cash and must fiUlllttbl how lie will perhaps turn to IisfajS fly diamonds PossiblyI C 1000 sxiim tf bo raised on totem He takes the Jrg ery ofT to the false diamond provi tr l has tho real stones removed and tat iones put In and deposits the actSf gems with some one as n security Coaloan No ono is a bit thexvisrr UisxvB appears in her jewels just the saineai usual If she didnt her husband xvculd be made bankrupt by his creditors ilit next week i OJ 41 11507 UtS fOTATOKS 1KK ACHli j Dont believe it nor did the editor until e saw Salzers great farm seed catalogue Its xvonderful what anah rayof facts and figures und new thing iUutunuLalitI SEXIlTlHSXOTICEAXnlOrEXTSSTAMtl to John A Salter Seed Co La frnsiq Wis for catalogue and 12 rare fira reed samples worth 10 to got a start Kll- Wnns a man gives a gift with the twUMt thnt his miiiiu ho not mentioned healvraji feels a litho hit ehnprined to lud Liars quest observed AtehlJoii Olob r J Low lUitM to the West nut South Via H ft O SV fly Keh I1i 15 nnJl for HomeMockers to points In Alabama Arkansas Arioiii Colorado Florida Ucorr pia Indian Territory Iowa Kniisos lies tueky Louistnuu Minnesota MistiUsippi Missouri Nebraska New Moxlro okla- homa the Carolina the Dakotas I Uh VirKlnhi Wisconsin Wyoming TCIIIISH V Peso+ etc The limit mid stopoxcr prir oleges will 1uerndt thorough inspa two of limo country Fur tickets and further iafcr matlon cull on agents 13 L O 8W Uj V- Tniv say rich people worry more owr their riches titan the poor do over their poverty lint lots more folks feel aoiTjfur llicui Wasblnttou Dcmoerau d Tar nerves are tortured by ncwnRli soothed and cured by St Jacobs Oil Tin man who xvlll not live up to liiswn vlctions Is untrue to himself Kams form d Wurv bilious or costive rat a Oismrti candy cathartic cure guaranteed UK JftiJ- LIr n woman huts whlslccrs you are EJ gentleman if you scj titan J t IetoK out t Shlvir then soirnrH ani stillness Use St Jacobs Oil then a ctrl A FOUM OF Sirncit TIchI rn urro t niiHlmotlicr in the purkyesunlu IIs Aunt Oh dear I didnt kuoxv that yea radon bteycleLife- Evrhr temptnUrn rcMstcd Is troub rseniicd Itams Horn reeds so the nation Next SometimeIf I bank officers cant get at their own money There 1I1CtlbUllf Ion getting atit in a burg they would be bankrupt simply because the combination wont walt A sick man is In very much the same fit about getting at the nourishment be nee goofood14 out of order time nutritive combination of his system wont work lie cant r bly get at the nourishment contained lu tK food lie takes it into his stomach but R goodbloodfood was locked up where he couldnt tooth it i4AllPierecfGoldeni hatsperfectpowermake I it rapidI4ItCOIIIIaintbuilds up solid flesh active power ana nerve force YorktaaCtj dyspcpsbllucou t monthadmyteifasnothingwouldstayontJstomach Jctackercveryttfafand I1sjnow1aS S CURE FOR v n t Ceuah lTcsVacIn tiate Sold bldrsseLtt CONSUMPTION y- m A WORD TO JOSIAH kir ruttmon and Its Agitation of tin Gold Standard Uucatlon- Jesinb Patterson is still delivering his lectures in behalf of the gold standard The lights arc out the pyrotechnics have been spent the polls arc closed the people have gone about their bust uess and Mr McKinley has been eJect- ed but still Josinh Patterson goes trolloplng about the country preaching the beauties of the gold standard But since Mr Patterson insists on deliver lug his perfunctory lectures it may bl well to have a word with him row Josiah Dont you know that the newspapers which had been putting you on the buck have decided with one voice that ull talk about the gold question or the l eilvcr question the single Ktnndurd or the double standard is in the nature of agitation and that such agitation Is IIM detrimental to the business 11by here Is Mr rhoutus Hitchcock who signs himself Matthew Marshall In the New York Sun declaring as late us last week that the continued agitation of the silver question is the muse of the bank failures In the west Dont you know Josiah that you as the only individual in the country who is now trolloping around from post to pillar making speeches are largely re I sponsible for this condition of things it wont Mr Hitchcock says Is true And Josiah Dont your common sense tell you that the free and independent coinage of silver has ceased for the time being to be an issue Dont you know that ther i republican party has been triumphant at the polls as the result of its prom ices to restore prosperity by means of I international bimetallism nnd the I tariff Dont you know that the pen pie are patiently waiting to see what I is to be the result of the republican pro gramme If you dont know these things Josiah you ought to bcnshnmcd I of yourself and if you do know them you ought to stop talking about the slier t question in a tone of voice which I BS Mr Thomas Hitchcock Intimate is loud enough to shatter financial institu tions ns far west us Minnesota anti Josah r Dont you know that the question of independent free coinage has been set tled for at least four years to come anti that the only way to renew the contro versy at this time is to do as you are doing Do you know of your own r enhngcllron free coinage If so Josiah give us his name and we promise to have him r hauled up on n writ of hippos crop rut ns old Uncle Hilly Hivins used to say Dont you know that the silver question will not he an issue until the republicans demonstrate that their scheme of reforms and remedies will not restore prosperity and that the question never will be an issue again if the republicans succeed in bringing genuine good times under the gold standard IAnd Josiah If the single gold standard Is such a I whydotiI the country making speeches against WIIshItIngtol nrd urge your republican friends Hid ioaborers to make n practical tlnnnnfitratlon of the beauty and desir I ability of the gold standard We admit that the gold standard has brought rothmg but wreck nail ruin to the coun i try Everybody knows that Jo tab and it is as unnecessary to state thisbeingfor the republicans to do and that is to give the country n clear and an tar goldstandard ClevelandsntfuirsIf ToII I the silver issue will never be heardor again Hut It can only be done by the t whenthatpeople re gard to party will rise up mad indorse thet l tepnblnot onli butframr financialrquestion ow Josialr Ujuldnt It he better for you to aid in I bringing about this desirable resultt 81 than to go trolloping about the country westWeil Allit republicanstsoletnnlypledgeimnetalllsm nnd to restore prosperity Why then T l i carryiagainst age of silver when the people them wives have temporarily shelved the is I republicanionrestore prose perity if you are placed in power now BO ahead and do Itand when you know Josinh that this is the situation I And Josinh Are you not familiar enough with our1 poKttcnl history to know that the only way In which a great issue cvvr lea been or ever can be settled is for phyiealthllttowrong Donyou know that allhe yououlddoomsday beingoneVR ubenrepublicanadcrsmeasures y themInposslblcIfprosperityJoslah isdeadprosperityweworstAtlnntaA FRENCH PROTECTIONIST 8ay lllRh Tariff Cut Little Figure with Ilia Gold Standard We regret to observe that some of our engagedin nuthorIzedpromotlonthatinternatlonnlinvented for the purpose of fooling the people letting the public down easy us one phrases itand thnt now uuviiij served its purpose it is folly to revive- either the issue or the hopes that may be bused on it Indeed they go farther than this and proceed to expose sonic of the interior Workings of party intrigue that may nerve to throw light on future develop incuts They say thnt Mr Wolcott de livered n tory speech during the Vene zuelan debates and that he now wants to go to Europe to receive his reward This conies mind you from prominent republican organs und they more than intimate that Mr Wolcotts tory speed JlrlcUcnlltionnl bimetallism We says the Atlanta Constitution have not been any too sure of Semite Wolcotts political honesty or his nnx icty for bimetallism of nay lkind slue his tory speech which clone ns a sur prise to the whole country but we an not prepared to believe that time repub licans propose to unmake the people desperate by blasting their hopes in tit vile manner that has been outlined We prefer to give them the credit of good intentions nnd nwrlt develop meats bearing in mind the fact that the gold standard has received sudden nnd an unexpected setback in Russia The Kussiun minister of finance M 011Jlusslaadoption of the gold standard He hind his plan snapped out and ready tc go into operation limit many of the ittissinu financiers were not blind tc the eiTcct tie gold standard would have on the people annul the business interests of tine country und they protested The czar was induced to consult M Meline the French premier who is an ardent himctallist and tine result was the shelving temporarily least of M dc Wlttes plan for establishing time gold standard in the east To tide fact is due the cessation of the demand for gull in Russia nnd the cessation of gold exports tram this country This therefore we are disposed tc regard ns a temporary victory tar the cause of bimetallism though it may be inoiulyI a shrewd card played by the Ku rnpcan bunkers to prevent too great n strain on the United States treasury Consequently we refuse to assist the republican organs in blackening the reputation of their own pnrty Until events show to the contrary we shall piefer to believe that tin republicans meant something when they pledged themselves to use their best efforts to promote bimetallism We shah prcfet I believe that Mr McKlnloj is acting in good faith when he authorizes Sen aloe Wolcutt to proceed to Europe to look over the ground nnd sec what ar rangements can be unmade for an interna tional conference that shall mean some thing We shall prefer to believe flint Mr Wolcott himself in spite of hii tory speech is sincere in his desire to restore sliver to its old place It is already known that France is ready to enter into an international agreement nnd this fact will give Sen ator Wolcott something In work on MI Meline the French prime minister who is protectionist hall demnnstrit cd to his own satisfaction that a high tariff cuts n stimuli figure under the gold standard that a customs tnritV cases to be effective when the gold standard ID constantly beating down prices Tills being so it is of immense im portance to the republicans to secure international bimetallism it they should levy high customs duties and these should fall to raise prices under the gold standard what then becomes of then theoryof protection Why their party would go to pieces like a house of cards in a whirlwind A hulsn ttlullhlrll The national monetary conference nt Indianapolis adopted unanimously a declaration for the maintenance of the gold standard and the retirement of the demand obligations of the government It also proposed to investi gate ninth report by bill or otherwise on the evils of the currency system and the remedies therefor The main trouble Is this very gold standard which creates a monopoly in mining and puts n premium on an article of value far beyond Its tlcscrvings n false standard in fact Philadelphia Item The Hut riHRiie In Paris Puts lave for years been U pest in Paris hilt never more so than now They teem everywhere and are said to issue in thousands from the drains while in outlying districts they scour thestrcctsinhordennffordlngfiue sport rsword1 tlon of oil hnusesjtnd atahp JWIPi posed to be the cause ot the sudden ins crease in the visibleI supply of the ru dents Chicago Chronicle HOW ABOUT THE REVENUE I The Reciprocity Theory of High Proteo tlon VltlonarlM Reciprocity says a protection or pan is free trade in dissimilar and noncompetitive products That IIs one country will admit free articles which it does not produce in consldera ion of the others letting In free what the latter does not produce Then why was the third section of the McKinloy bill called a reciprocity section This section threatened retnl intion by taxing sugar molasses coffee tea anti hides unless the countries pro hieing them let in our exports at rate which the president thought were fair Are sugar molasses coffee ton and hides commodities which we do not produce On the contrary we produce sugar molnsses nail hides throe out of live of them As no retaliation was at tempted against countries producing ton we may eliminate that and soy that three out of four were articles which we produce The definition quoted shows thnt the socnlled Me Kin icy reciprocity devised by Senator Aldrich was not reciprocity at nil since it was not mainly in products which this countrj nines not product Hut suppose we let In free all the tom modifies which this country does mint produce in sufficient quantity to sup ply the wants of the Koplo Thnt lets in sugar free both raw and refined It lets In wool free iMcauso wo 11101111101 hut little more than half the wool need d by the people There is a variety orI other articles to which the same remark will doubtless apply but these two art imported in largo quantities done of this class of articles will yield a dollar of revenue Of course then you must get nil the customs revenue from ar ticles imported thnt compote with our floimstle products What is the result Having put the noncompotitive article ou till fri list you must get revenue by taxes ou lI1n1 pettitive articles So much the hdttr1says till too hasty protectionist since we inn thus tax enmjiotltive articles mull tit higher Hut they are alrondyI taxed wellnigh up to the Doiut where Importations cense If you put on more tax Importations will be smaller IIlIilHI you go as far as the protected InVr ests deiuuud you will stop ImJlOltntiolls altogether and mint oil nil the revenue The notion tint higher tariff menus more revenue is obsolete to n largo ex tent tunnyof our tariff rates prohibit importations in any quantity worth naming Others are very near to the point of prohibition and another turn of the screw will make them quite so The theory tint higher rates mean more revenue applies only to noucompetltivo articles or others taxed much Inlow the point of prohibition and oven they ninny be so high thut the people will buy them in smaller quantities As to articles produced at homo when till rule is al ready high an increase of the tariff will be more likely to reduce revenue tliuii to raise it Then whence wines the revenue l Louisville CourierJournal I Protection le What They Wimt The republicans mire determined upon nu extra session for the purposc they- enyof perfecting tariff measure which will increase the revenues of the tuitcd States If tills indeed IK their purjiose then they cannot itenact tin McKluley statute of October 1890 because that not wins called an act to reduce till revenue Tho republicans will go unto special session to perfect n tariff bill ou the excuse of Increasing the revenue but will take no sort of means to that end They will moot for the purpose of increasing tine protection airendy un corded overabundnntly to Amrricnn manufacturers Their policy is to make not a revenue tariff lint a tariff for protection mafulyannulI theysure today as they were when Harrison was lentil tinted in 1688 in favor of levying iwo hibitive duties ruder such n tariff bill us the republicans in the extra Pension will pass exports will full tilT and the tariff will not yield the desired1 rev enue Tlioro is pertinent uud emphatic objection therefore to till republican hypocrisy involved In tilt statement tint they desire 1111 extra session of congress for the purposo of passing n tariff hill to increase tho revenue l7u party dots not want a tnrjft fpr revenue hut a tariff for protection and thnt is why it will hnve n special session of congress curly in the now administration Chi cngo Chronicle The Ohio Hhtiphordii The political Mhephords froth Ohio are wolves in sheeps clothing They frankly said before the Dingiey com mittee that the tariff they demand is intended to shut out foreign wool al together They admitted that their purpdse in to double tine price of domes tie wool and give It n monopoly They did not deny that this would greatly In crease the price of warm clothing They confessed mu Iso that their schedule is not Intended to produce revenue but rut her to prevent it This iIIA all the public cares to know about the howl of the wolves for more protection If their demand shall bo granted the voters will do the rest as they did in 1800 and 1302 NY World The evidence of insincerity in tine support of the policy of n protective tariff which certain manufacturers hfid rnrodiicerti pre giying asp shown in tjio ncaripgn before time ways anti mane committee ot thehcujie of reprcscnta lCB lies in that most of thqm verj readily consent to low tariffs in nil cases but their own Pcoria Journal A THE SELECTION OF SHERMAN lion llnana Tine Hand Ac1 Heeorae Apparent There inI considerable criticism of Mnj MeKinlcyi selection of Senator Sherman for the post of secretary of state It Is n wellknown fact now that the selection was node solely for the purpose of making n place for Mnrl Ifanna who aspires to be n senator of the United States nnd while it may be presumed that the prouident elect feels that Mr Sherman is in every way eligi ble for the position to which he will without doubt be appointed it is still n fact that serious question is raised IK to hula Illness for the very delicate work ho may reasonably expect to be called upon to perform Of course there uyij ben spice of purtisanism in the criticism that is leveled at the proposed appoint mcnt but it Is doubtful that it coin be fully accounted for in this way The Washington correspondent of the St Louts Itepublie says among outer thingsThe selection of John merman for the ecreturyaalp of state creates the most profound surprise In WnsliliiBton and es pecially iimonK the senators who have unit to do with Sherman tinny In nnd tiny out for years It Iis rnthor miRrnclotm to say anything regarding a man as venerable In years as Mr Shermnn and one too It flutist l o wild who lots rendered such con fplcMious public services lint It Inn matter of common notoriety here well known to nil lice senators of all political parties that Mr Sherman has by no meant the until loctunl strength ho had years ago He lint Iten fulling for two years with great rapidity Physically ho IIs still strong and active Mentally ho hints been grnwlru foolilo for sums time and notably since lit lost sesslua of lOnIHIlII It would seem in view of this that the exigencies of Ohio politics full short of justifying thin selection Mr MoKlu lry has made There is a possibility that tlw real purpose ot Mr Shermans appointment will lull as it is far from clear at present that Mr Hanua can weeded in leis olloits to reach tine senate but the Mansfield statesman will doubt KMS receive the honor intended for him in spito of tin miscarriage of till plans for MrI Haiinas exaltation IfI till worst shall bo loulied in respect to Mr Sliermuu it I is to be hoped thnt the presidentelect will be found to have need more fort muuie in liis selections of men to fill the other Important places in his olliciul funnily It vas broadly fluted some months ago by an eminent re publican that Maj McKlnley is u weak an impressionable man find if this is true the prosldoiitelcct ought to here sums strong men amount him Weakness from top to bottom of the ad ministration would prove most un for tunate Hinglmmtoii V V Loader PRODUCTION OF WEALTH Thn lrnlretlaausl idtatut llrlnglui linitk llrttxr Thum The immediate mission of the re publican arty remarks n republican orjjrn is to start up idle factories to encourage invest moiit and produc tion to furnish work at good vages- tt unemployed lumbar An excellent mission hut how is it to be achieved Simply by the exer cise of the taxing ower of the gov ernment Nothing could heasier Taxes mire to be levied ou timings that the people need for the benqlt of the men with factories who can convince the lenders of the party that they should be helped Hy the simple proc ess of placing a tax ou articles manu factured bread the people mire com pelled to hay at home mind the home iiiuuufucturei can charge the value of the article plus till tariff and thus bo encouraged by huge profits to keep nt work These profits of course for the public welfare he will divide with tint men ho employs The production of wealth is morel n mutter of putting a governments lingers unto the pocket of one citizen jtud transferring the money there to the pocket of another Prosperity win be made by forcing nil citizens to chip in and pay for the running of n fac tory which another citizen would like to run if big enough profits mire ns hared Hundreds of prosperous citiI yens with millions Can be pointed out who mire living proofs of the effective ness of tthe tariff mitt a promoter of pros- Perity With a bounty on goods ami a premium on Idleness factories will lle shut down now and then by wicked combines hut tie taxing power Ilit un limited and the favored manufacturer never suffers for prosperity while till substance of leis fellow citlens who must buy from him nt his price holds rut Ho eau live in a castle rude in u coach and Irene money to burn But if it is till mission of n party through the control of our govern ments taxing power to start factories and keep labor employed nt good wngo4 why this indirection and the tumble nnd annoyance of making up I1ll1tril nating duties Why not hove govern ment factories fur the unemployed If wo must have paternalism let us have straight honest nptodato hpater mulsm freed from the nnoient folly amid wrong of monopoly privileges Let tin lbe rid of time taxmade millionaires sad give the money to the taxsupported laborersSt Louis Kcpubllc Chairman Dlngloy Beelines logo Into the cabnct because bu jcoijlij jjot personally ntipvnlKc every brunch of work in the department und his eon science would nut permit him to as same responsibility under other condi tions A rare bird Is Diufrley He is wise enough to knotv that he is aot built for executive station =Utica Observer n j jpH 1 A BUNCHQRASS SHEPHERD DOG IA rt with 8069 Sheep He Had seeiAVheti Ilia Owner lot Slack A bunchgrans shepherd dog of cant rrn Oregon is the horo of this tale Tke name of the dog was Jim and his owner was called Job Thompson buck In the states before ho came west The dog was shot three years agollaorne ten ilcrfoot with a selfcocking gun and this story dates back to 1878 when sheep were sheep nnd wool was wool when a good sheep dog was worth more than a horse when horses were horses andkbicycles were pot known c Every sheep camp lied its crack pack of dogs ninth in Thompsons pack then were 10 At the time of the Bannock uprising Thompson and his men were herding sheep ten miles from Pendle ton One morning n messenger rode up In hot liusto warning the shepherd to lice for their Ikes ns the Indian were on the warpath Time shepherds fled Only the dogs annul sheep were left For the next few days the dogs carne straggling into Pendlcton one by one and within a week they wore nil present or accounted fur null but lint At the end of a month the Indian up rising hind been put down annul Thomp sots went to look for Iris sheep He had left 2000 nnd he found 0000 nil quietly feeding together As he rode near he saw perched ou u tall butte n black object that turned out to be Tim who tfnve Ink master n frantic welcome and then proudly started with lilm to inspect the bund- Singlehanded line had taken care of those sheep for JIO dhys driving them to fresh pastures each day 1Every stray baud that ho met he humid chased into his drove until he hail become thc lcing herder of the huuchgrasH country Yard work haul agreed with him and he was us front us a possum in persim mon time He was too smart to gu hungry and hud picked out tho fat of the lock whenever he wanted to make a meal Jinn is gone now but Ills mem ory Is respected by every wool puller In rmatlllu county Frank Andreas Is n minor who lives in Jifuho About a mile from his mine Iin n blacksmiths shop where he gets his pick nnd other tools mended One December day he started down the mountain side to go la tine sloop taking with him Ills two St Bernard dogs Quarts nnd Pints Ho had nut gone fur when lie wns caught by a Huowslldc tint had started 200 feet above hums He WIIH carried along by the slide only n few fIt when ho dropped unto a gulch nud four feet of hardpackcdsiiow covered him out of sight a The slide missed the dogs and they soon nosed out their muster amid begun digging away tint Hnqw Andreas lift arm wns free and he was In an upright position hint could scarcely breathe rand would have been smothered In allyt 1 tie while He heard the dogs sestet mind with their help nud his free nrm fl small opening wits soon made through i which he could got nil Then they worked together man und sings for Ithours or moro when Andreas wins able ito pull himself out of the snow lox in which he was packedIortlnnd Ore fjonian Kilt s unit u MlKKliii Check remarkable incident in brought to our notice by time Hrlstol post office amid what is store it is a story without u moral Some time ago n letter con taining a check for upwind of c 300 was posted to n gentlemans businessmlnddrexs in the city nud although thero was proof that It was delivered tine slime evening the addressee complained that tine important missive hud not reached him Subsequently however it occurred to him that as his huskiness picuiiscs were infested with ruts nml everything put t through he apcrnture in the door in the iihtcmic of a letter box dropped to tine floor time postal r inittioritlcK might not after mill be re sponsible for the disappearance of the letter A search which he Insti toted was completely sucoessfuL Ou looking behind a corn hit Ire discov ered to his iiMtoiiibhineut two huge ruts actually fighting font he possession uf a diiHthcsmcurod envelope which Oil being opened wns found to be nono other than the one that contained tho cheek Hrlstol England Mercury i AnUhpurratr Despite criticism nnd ridicule I Uiu uparrow clubs ttt Sussex county Kng laud pursue thin even tenor of their wily A report ot the latest periodical meeting of theBurwush Wcnld limit smut Sparrow club states that the members present produced the talk of 217 rodents amid the heads of 137 hlrdHn total wither below the Hurwaxh average The farmer are not alone in their bud opinion of tike sparrow rime well known naturalist Mr WH Togctuieler liuroH this view It Is n mistake ha ways to suppose the sparrow cuts Im sects on tine contrary he keeps nwny the birds thnt would tat them In short the sparrow IIK a pestN y SunsToo BIucli TtfTulnR Over There is too much system In tlila1 school business growled Tommy Just cause 1 snickered n little the monitor turned me over td the teacher tho teacher turned me over to the prill Lipnll and the principal turned me over to pave Was thutflUir s IXO paw turned me over psis knee 1 lIttsburg1n Christian Advocntca I II I 1loscoritlosI mentions Mutter att t- made its his time trom bllpIfIUkt tIitrt v nil used iueltediustexd etiii liltj f- aalydp it Yi i tli 1 t a Lr d r ltiilto- y 5 1 h r r I x 0 6r1 it- e i s Liver Imlsr tree WllotwiHjss dYVPIa headache conill Bitlon sour stomach Indigestion are promptly cured by Hoods Pills They do thclf work i Hoods1 thofaunhlynl nest after dinner pills tl 23 cent All druggists PNi sPrepared l y C I Hood Co 1orell flays The only Ill to tftkeUlthI Hoods SuMparllla 1illWlilll1IIillI l l llli1IIrullnU1WIl I SljlE IFTINGSI f 11f1fPllhl1rmf 1 H rmmrrfiffillmlmrfllf llllry Greomip will soon be lighted by elec tricityA r Jtrl firm shipped ItflO barrels of Y k kwhisky to Germany last woe k- Mlw Pearl Mann of IHiving stuck a unit in her foot nnd four days later died of lockjaw atPetinsylvala cjipitnltete nro negotia ptingfor the purchnsa of tho Lognn wuiity asphalt mines Tho Eminence Const5lution li t wants n fro raiding room Mtnbliahod to oflict tho ovals of snliKiiu i RCnrrttltnn had an 8000 lire last week t and tthe Iloss teas not more than hall covorod by iuinranc One day lust week morcbnnU of Lob niinu hliiiPil 10000 Hund of K ultry a and 100 ones of otitSs A crocary wise nt Grub Orchards brought the price of coHeo down to two paokaes for n quarter Knowing codes sap that tho wool crop 1 of Bolo county will he 1UP per cellI iJorti I of what It was two year ttgu- t For tho Gnat timo in its history Win ohoetor la now n dry town local option I lMlvfu token elect on the lat innt- IMeJinmnd now has a colored lawyer lA the ntrfton of Pe4 Km milt Knibty t who WM admitted to practice l ant week r IMirgliirs broke Into Uicbinl Uodolph rude at Hamtarg and curried oil four wgflii cads of goods without detection rile flcal court ut lath county ap l 1 proprlated IS00 with which iii mplny uarda to protect this tollgaten iu that i wanly LUUrd II Carter Democratic nom nee far stntewimtor in Luwrtnee county will jiiit bo ollfibln at the Ntveiubero- loeUftii 11l1loadutiuuleringthe Icird Supper i at a country church Joseph Sovonincn n muruhant of Sumford sit llortd an ape plectic stroke William Morgan a Cincinnati stun I wiw fined 100 and soot to jail ao days for Assaulting 11 P Thompson a May ville policeman Eight hundred walnut lugs were ship last week from Paris to Oormany They were nil bought in Bourbon county nnl cost nbout SSOOO rite Republican sUto convention to nominate a candidate for clerk of the court of appeals will bo held in Louis villo on August 10 Fnyotto county now has 281 miles of free turnpikes leaving 100 miles of toll roads and negotiations are now pending to make these free Mrs M C Sttuflloy of Stanford has sent to tho Niishvillo centennial n pair of solid silver llIllesnufTor8 which havet l been In tier family over 100 years Tho general storo of Lt C W Clay ton nt Farmers was broken into theI other night and about t260 worth of r1goodsand other valuables carried away No clew Tho Stanford Journal remarks that Lincoln county has its Twccdlos and1I Twaddles and Pulaskl its Meddles and1I Waddles and winds up by asking Howr arc theso for names f Hiss Gertrude Lucas of Frcdonin who was run over by an L N train several1I I months ago and had an arm and leg cut oil has brought suit In Christian circuit court for 25000 damages A horse trainer of Brccktnridgo Irh Lame been married three times is J father of thirtynino children of theII e twentyseven are aliye His oldest son and present wits are of tho snmo ago 47 yearsrMartin 8 McCarty of Ruwellvlllo 1 became suddenly insane and was found wamtaring in tho woods almost nude Xitra fefact it he had 1100 in bank iMII wi tv mat tor bJ r- f t mho got it He was always known as a Pour marl std soul papers for a living Thomas Moore the murderer who es I caped from tho Johnson county jail a few weskit ago is reported to have been killed fifteen miles southeast of Paints vlllo several days ago by F F MnrtlnII sheriff of that county Mrs W D Gooch of Woodford coun ty from 60 liens sold during the Pst year JJ50 dozen eggs for U5 and chickens ti tho amount of 215 more besides fur nishing her household with all the eggs and chickens thoy could ode T L King of Christian county rellidI hub near MenncUstown owns a fino brood mare that has naiad n filly which is per fectly Mined in every particular except that it IIRH no tail nod no appearance of one It in healthy as any other colt A dispatch from Ilindmnn says while attempting to kill fish with dynamite near there John Jones was terribly in jured and is dying His companion Mort Hufi had his arm blown ofland is otherwise injured Ills recovery is doubtful Calamity in a dreadful form rests on tho household of Jack Irigman a farmer living on the faun of Tom teed in Me Crafikon county IFour ol tho fnmilof twelve intinher havo become insane within three days timo According to tho report Hriginan evidenced signs of a failing intellect on hridsyof mart week Rinco that time in rapid suncewtion three of his ten children have manifestod simi tar Hyinptonis There is no explanation of tho outbreak of mental imliuly Tho Harren county roads generally are said to bu in a most inisurublo condition and unless HOIIIU attention cad work is givon then soon the overseers arc likely to be called upon to show the reason why says tho Glasgow News CJood nwh are worth a good deal more to the county situ town than anything that CHII bo mentioned and it is a shtimuful roo ilcction on the mmnty that they are per milted toro neglected until they become well nigh imp tabl Wrk tho road The Bet Hwiicdy lor llhennallsm The llairhavtm X Y RrglyterI iii tyn Jumps Rowland of this village state that fur twentylive years Ms wife has betU ulferer frump rheumatism A few nights ngtl slit wu in ueb pain that she wits nearly crazy She sent Mr Row Iland for the doctor but he hadwad of Chamberlain Pin Halm and limtpnd of going for the phy icuin he went to the twe and wrurcd a battle of it Ilkt wife did not approve of Mr Rowland IMircliHM sit first hut lIeCrlheleti Mrlliedl the Halm tborongbly and in an hours time wns able to go to sleep HIll now I npplipM it whenever she feels nil ache or a pain lull finds that it always gives rep lief Ho says that no medicine which she load used over did her as much good Tho 2f and 00 cent sizes for solo by 1 1Iayad Sad But True Another great man hits sunk silently into oblivion A New Yorker who hail occasion to stop oil at Princeton N J recently noticed among tho loungers on 1Limo station platform the figure of n rath er stout man 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niOSTAFF President r G L KIKKPATItICK Vice President I W W THOMSON Cashier 0 1 We respectfully solicit the business ofmtn clmnts farmers traders and business wee generally throughout Eastern Kentucky Aid general banking business done Give ui I chance to send you n bank book pay yoofi checks and lone ou when III need jiWWioes1er Banji i WINCHESTER KY fI N H InI Pajd up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of mar chants farmers traders and business mea generally throughout Eastern KentucW and offers iu customers every facility M limtaflegitimate 1- i