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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 j It- jI ff4r 1 l a 0 oJ fI t jI it t k t JpiIJJ tj TIt f f It 1 k 1 ssItr 1f t 5- r t 1iI it r ThEm H SL ORSEN HBRALii f t d= T E tablUhed March 4 1888 Made Famous in the Btory of Jonathan and HU Continent by Yet 01ta1Ln It 1 r1 l ifKNOEH Owner nod EdlterThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paplr in the Kentucky MNRtato ne9 JNOt Y ItAit c r y FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1800 NUMBER I Ikk d- R II I kta a ktt f t l 5tl 5 I 5k 5 y K ftiGARTERDRY GOODS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN T 4 O O AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green ji BRYAN SAMMMAN YOU Pearson Clark r WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY f HARTFIELD fJKE1 I Ilniulnunrtnrii Mt Sturllnjr Ky IlKIUKH- KNTHCUCCENHEIMERt Co I JYNCUUUltO VA importers IInd Johhcrll or Dry Oomis Notions and Fancy GOOlh We urouutneUu the well known II BEAIS AII IlIntKml Overalls Hold your orders until you see him HC ROBINSON OF BEATTYVILLE KY WITH R JI BUGUmB PUOllUKTOK Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUIS ILLK KY Your patronage Is respectfully Hollcltcd II BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWHOLESALE i HARDWARE a=c QaT S2CINCINNATI O Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Green rum mmsr of HEM ALL it LIPPINCOTTS nONTHUUVUiAZINE Contains K com tete novel In eTerynnm bet In addition a largo quantity of useful andentertaining reading matter- S eanflniied mtorirt wrrr are e IJieHonatlm to not reader It should be In every household Bubo icrlptlon 8300 per year whomtheJ B LIPPINCOTT COMPANY Publishers 3 PHILADELPHIA3JJJPIUti tt WINCIIESTEU KY N II W1THERSPOON President II D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 t Surplus 6000000 J This hank solicits time accounts of mer chants fnnncrH traders and business me I generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and ofters its customern every facility andt the most liberal terms within the 1I1111tof1I legitimate banking octlSly I II Post II No II ItillH I I I II i ten tli8vnll I I J MRS S B KASII I TL ll- h Fashionable Millinor r- I HAZEL GREEN KY l I I I I LJJJ I I r WI4 unrTu F AXttTOftV tIlt Leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices Bcnttyville and Jackson f idensmnybeaeearedbflXdurahl All of These Songs Free Announcement was made last week of a Sunday World Music Album of ten eonge to be Il18ued weekly Following lathe complete list HillabyFlameIfbyCharlesLittleOIrlliIm Nothing but a Big Wax Doll DiyAnnYoull Have to Transfer by Abo Holzmnun composer of Smoky pokes the greatest cakewalk hit of tho season Sweet Noriuo by Gussio L Davis author of Tho Baggage Conch Ahead SnapShot Sal by Williams and Walker the two renl coons nuthors of I Dont Like No Cheap Man Tell Mother Not to Worry by Louis Myll composer of Uoontown Carnival Prancing Pickaninnies by Max Dreyfim composer of A Carolina Cake walkiMy Georgia Lady Love by Sterling Howard and Emerson authors of Hallo Mn Baby HangIngOct Your Moneys worth Ono song each week for ten week First song published Sept 3 In the ShadowW tho Carolina Hills limo entire set is to be given away with ten Sunday Worlds and will bo sent postpaid including ten Sunday World Magazines Art Iortolio nnd Comic Weeklies for 00 cents Send 50 cents today tomorrow or next week Dont walt Inter than next week This is n putforthWorld Address Music Editor The World Pulitzer Building New York The Theatre From tke InsideIThat there arc five thousand theaters in America and that ono million and a half people attend them each weekday night spending seventy millions of dol mare n yearon are thu eur- prising facts with which Mr Frnklin j tho dramatic editor of tho Now York Sun will open nn important series in tho next issue of the The Ladies Home Tournal Tho series will bo called Tho Theatre and Its People andwill run through seven numbers of tho mag mine Inviithly illustrated with pictures mado by twelve different artists Tim articles will treat of every piano of tho theatre tho play and tho actor from tho inside and will tell how n theatre is managed the actual money which plays have made j how nn actor is trainedand what tho Rotors arc actually paid j how n play is written nod what tho authors receive j how a play is rehearsed j the first night of n piny j how tho actresses make up and what they use and in a uiinuto wry the two last articles will show whet goes on behind the sconce on tho stage during n performance It is a curious fact thnt tillwill be time first timo that tho theatre and time actor have ever been exhaustively treated in n tang nzino amid that there is no book on the Hubjcit in existence Chronic Diarrhoea Cared This is to certify that I have hind chronic diarrhoea ever cinco tho war I got HO weak I could hardly walk or do anything Ono bottle of Chamberlains Colic Chol ern nnd Diarrhoea Remedy cured mo Guuten Vat1years Thrco bottles of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy cured me S L SIIAVKII Fincastlo Va Both Mr1 Gibbs mid Mr Shaver are prominent farmers and reside near Fin ensile Vn They procured tho remedy from W K Casper n druggist of that place who is well acquainted with them null will vouch for tho truth of their statements For sale by J T hay Druggist Notioo To nil whom this may concern That owing to tho confusion arising from eating and drinking saloons hitherto erected nt associations tho following resolution has been adopted viz Resolved That henceforth tho solo of whisky cider lemonade watermelons cakes candies oysters or anything to eat or drink is positively forbidden to ho sold1 within ono milo of tho stand or inside tho limits prescribed by law Dono border of tho Association W H Lvifijra Moderator W F LYKINS Clerk T II TIMTBIIMAJT AwiHjOlcjrk Good Enough to Take Tho finest quality of loaf sugar is tilled- In 1I tho manufacture of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and tho roots used in its I preparation nlvu It n flavor similar to that of maple syrup making it very pleasant to take AH a medicine for tho euro of coughs colds In grippe crnu and whooping cough it is unequaled b nny other It always cures and cure- quickly I For sale by T T Day Drug gist Jack Walters has two very sick child ran witli flux f Dr S K Collier dentist of West Lib erty requests us to announce that ho will bo in Hazel Green on the 25lh inst- and will bo prepared to do all kinds or dental work Ho will only remain one week when ho comes and wo edvito all readyforexpertInl molars fixed up in substantial style you should see him Tho meeting at time Greasy school SundllYSermonLAcy Dave Whitoker F P Wilson and Hiram Murphy- The Eagle King of All Birds is noted for its koon sight clonr nnd distinct vision So are those persons who nso Suthorlnnds Eagle Eyo Snlvo for weak eyes styos sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all denIers nt 25f On next Sunday at 730 p m Wm H Cord will preach on Time Lords Sup per Whntlit is When should It bo observed T Who should partake of it T How partake of it Every member of the church IIH earnestly begged to bo present All will bo welcome Weak Eyes Are Made Sfrong dim vision mndo clear styos re moved nnd granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and offoc tually cured by the use of Suther lands Eagle Eye Salvo Its put up in tubes and sold on a gunran too by all good druggists If to or If Short or study MATHEMATICS or If KENTUCKY WESLEYAN ACADEMY 25 18- 99IIrOUR as ho tho K E Pima Journal is but not too to be good i it Iin lull of and and nn good In it that you can use as nay nt tiitinyof 1800 nnd nil of 1901 1002 mum for nearly live by paying year in advance for Tin you can do if you nro not too late It has mmounccd willI bo n Rollcall meeting of the memhcr8 of tho Christina on tho Lords1ay in this month Lot member remember this nnd bo present criedyThe Taylor will ho to that he is Improving Mr aril Ambrose took lf in country on nt Cnakey house nnd Tho of a or is instantly relieved by Jlinmbor It also the in more any and without tho is very soloeYour are duo and paid now So please call and and as I urn to collect H F D S j Mr Hemingway Iis Secretary of the DilIeeoyolumo ono of the best things on the cow question I ever into BIQleCowsue of HERALD Tho price Is 60 pubtillheuWilmtri All the members of the Christian are asked to prepare to make a liberal offering for Church Extension and Relief on tho fourth Lords offnlngshoate made Coughed 25 Years I Buffered for 25 years with n cough spent of dol with doctors for to no avail I used Dr hails Pino Honoy This makes weak lungs strong It has my ifoJ B Grontsburg 111 Tho is nnd is suffering considerably Pas are drying up and throughout this is very 8carccnnd some of tho farmers to n half to ono milo to Lung Irritation is tho forerunner to consumption Ir Pino Honoy euro it such strength to tho lungs a cough or n cold not 25p at all good druggists you want study MUSIC Culture Piano Guitar you want to study BUSINESS Uookkeoping hand Typewriting Jf you want to LANGUAGES andl If you want to a Collegiate Course If you wont a COUNTY STATE CERTIFICATE want OR ALL of tho above outer tholinsBSS term begins Monday Sept WORKorrrmethods arc more searching and our moral intellectual standard highor than any other school in Eastern Kentucky The same Faculty for the past two years our work will of same character For catalogue or further information address Principal Oampton harm cheap cheep ginger gumption linn tummy things paper balance 190U IfKW yearn n IlnitAiDT This been that church fourth each ninny friends Day glad Icnrn slowly Day Nickel n milo drive the Sun day morning stopping school other pants burn almost applying lainfl Pain Balm heals jured parts quickly than treatment taxes bo settle save trouble compelled PEBATT have looked TUB church Ministerial they nnd hundreds lars mend modicino until Tar romody saved ROBBKLL drouth becoming alarming vegetation turcs stock water section hnvo drive their stock water Bolls Tar will and giyo that will settle there roico Mandolin tnko you ANY Kali Our und timid high BISHOP Ky there pain scald other burn must from KENTUCKY KERNELS Paris is to hnvo n street fair in October for two days Tho Uailard county jail In now with out an inmate nnd whisky is sold nt tho county sent too- Harhourvillo foiled to connect on her electric lights and the weekly Pathfinder Hays tho City CouncilIn to blame Ollrrolltonhncable in bciiiK laid across time river this week Tho Augusta canning factory is run 1 1 hnndnTimeevery Hpcct Wlliam Itny ono of the well known citizens of Curler county was robbed i nnd boldly beaten near Carter City ono morning last week The opening of Caldwell high school nt Illchmond puells picious beginning W N loll Moore of Paris has nv Burned time duties of a clerk in tho Beg FraukfortTile1 schooloponedMonday ofthe4ttf THE KELlAMJj I CANCER MEDICAL i i HOSPITAL GUARANTEE PERMANENT 9EGUitKS without tho use of the knife In CANCER and ill u10e1toOurMecllenlond to none being composed of a corps of firstclnax Physlclnni 1All examinations free Wo treat no patients ouUido the hospital FltANK G KltuAM F C KELLAM HAKIIY KKILAM General Manager HINTON W VAi Lexington and Eastern Hallway Tire Table Elliot May 21 llll EAST BOUND tJSTATIONSj J8UnI1RI AM Ue PM Lye A MLev pinAvon 5 fit KO- IWinohuitor 8 30 am 3 10 pm UI 60 am LAcKJimoii 846am 3 SU pin 7 26 am miller old 0 00 ntn 3 3s pm 8 14 am Clay City 0 10 am 3 CO pm 11 00 ant Slunton I0 26 ntn 4 00 pm 11 20 am amDundeepmNntIlridKOpmTorrentpmHcuttyvupmTttlluKnpmJacksonWEST BOUND N I No6 STATIONS Dally or No3 Dally ex 8unifny Daily Sunday amAtliolI i untTnllegni amlicattyvotllllTorrlJIIRmNRtauiDundeenmFilionntqStiintonpmIndlnnpmLKJiitioiipmWinchesterpmAvonpinLexIiiKtotiJ R DARK Oenl Mdiiagor OH AS SCOTT Jen Pass Agent Red River Valley Railway Cow TIME CARD trTrntn limvcs McCauley at 0 oclock a forMtt nt 4 p m JAMES MUIR Gen Ant- Rothwdl Ky c 1 ryyVANUO FREEADVChargtt moderate No feat 111 tmtenlto fctoured r AddresEi f J TAYLOR DAY 7 Wholctale and Retail dealer In = I j- G 1Roa1L 4oAlsoand 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rc7141i1140314t 4i6Nti Q71iC J Italph was sent out to learn Wlllill intrlcuuies of tho coffee planting business in Ceylon years ago he was duly grateful to Its guardians for finding n career for him but was Mightly dubious himself as to whether he wpuld care ranch for that sort of thing He studied books about the place and rectal ofpnnthcrs elephants elk and snakes living in profusion tiers He fctjr tOmqwhat alarmed buing you knuivi merely a harmless studious youth of setae 17 years old who hurl not the slightest desire to kill an ele phant bo long tiffi the elephant did Hoi want to kill him Italph road of cobras and tlcpolnngns and other venomous snakes of the is land until he Will seared and by the time his porlndoro or manager land iugtilid him in the little bamboo thatched bungalow which he was to cull his own ho Will in that state if you land trailed n whiplash suddenly before ifs unsuspecting gaze ho would hays gummy unto hysterics Italph hud one particular servant whom he hud to engage and pay himself Te Hllva1 n Cingalese1 lhotlcr hull canto from the coolie Hues of the astute timid after their days wOIIIIM to retire to their huts When dinner in the evening was over Di Silva used to retire also Where he retired to lialph never Inquired At buy ruts after the days work was done unless ht was invited to dine with the perladore Italph was utterly alone with no white man nearer than tit big tmngalow 1V1 miles away down the mountain He used to sit nail try to read the magazines sent out to him and his Longs but the terrible silence of the mountains welcome to an older mur frightened him That silence would be broken some tines by a furious tomtom orgle at the limits of the coolies or the long wail of a native woman mourning her dead child or again by a sudden tropical thunderstorm with sues crushes IIf- thlllll1t echoing among the mountains and such torrents of rain as tilled the boys timid soul with terror It was In the midst of one such storms when the reading lamp was low nail it watt near midnight that Italph longing for a companion for suns one to talk to looked up and saw Magog Italph gave one tremendous howl and rushed out through the back door to seek Ie Hllvo Do Sllvn was placidly asleep on the couch he had chosen for that night a shelf just one would think brood enough for the crockery It was Intended to hold Still Do Silva looked con fortable I A cobra yelled Italph pulling time cook down on the floor without regard to his feelings A cobra A snake A serpent A monster I Where cried De Silva jumping on a choir In the tdttingroom hanging half way down the will It hangs from the ceiling cloth in old bungalows whitewashed canvas often cracking at the walls IN stretched beneath tilt raf tern and looks just like nn ordinary calling and wits coming nt me Ic Silva looked at ltulph reproachfully and at his shelf bed regretfully 0 honorable lore sold he It IK Mngog Did you not know It is thV qucinl friend and protector of my last honorable dore No ohrnlIo dOlt Only one great beautiful mush to be caressed rntsnake Magog So De Sllva went with his young mill ter into the bungalow and introduced him to Magog the snake Eimgog lung just as Italph had described him half way down the ttnll n great fat black tsnnkc with quiet steady watchfuleyes on the room It hung ready n In flash cf dread to draw Itself up above the telling cloth and disappear in its lair Ihere beneuth the bamboo thatch where it hunted the rats which fought yiUU ft for n home i VVo Majjogr said Dc Silvn explain lwl sv olhe1ttoo niany rats and mice y + u in fact rigQg jvns the house eat De Silvh tookl n saucer and filled it with cocoanut milk and placed It on tho floor Irt Magogs corner Italph situ 1 dered when he saw the reptile slither to the ground evidently feeling quite se cure and suck up the milk De Slim smiled Walt honorable sir said he and I will with your honorable favor bring him a dinner It unity he that the gods have Motseen fit to give him rats lie left Ralph alone shuddering at his proximity to the big snake It was a monster for a ratsnakc quite live feet in length and thick an llalphs arm nil though Italph knew that rat snakes were not venomous he felt far from happy at being alone with It The cook tame back with a little squirming puppy its eyes not yet open Dont Ilalph cried but time sunkc had already darted for the little beast swallowed It gorged it Italph could see its uiiduloiis body distend Kill itkill Itl Italph cried and De Silva looked at him with extreme sorrow and sonic contempt Xo dare said he it was my last honorable Bores treasure The honor able sir sold It was the luck of the bungalow I say right in 1 English Yes The luck of the bungalow It was his treasure Do not kill it The snake lopped up the rest of the milk and In n tWlllldlllgslIlhfIItlIlWRI- Igllln De Silva went back to his shell and Italph went to bid lint he could not sleep Above his head tint night and every night he could hear the scamper of rats on tie celling cloth and after them the rush of the snake and then a faint forlorn squeak and he knew that Magog was doing his duty as n colonial house tat TIlt snake may have been doing his duty hilt Italph could not Lear the thought of Its henries He tried to conquer flic feeling but he couldnt 0 HONOUAULE DOHH IT IS MAGOG foot Magog used to being petted by its lust toaster would peer out from the tilling cloth for hours In the evening while Itulph was trying to rend and Italph would look up from his books and see its black head ninth quiet watch fill eyes null be horrified lletwceu its noise by night in the roof and Its pres ence III the evening Italph grew so nervous that In spite of De Sllvns warning and wishes he tried to kill the snake He suit one evening at his table with n revolver In hand mid when Magogl ap peared as usual he took fair aim and fired The bullet went Into the wall Magog withdrew like a flush De Silva mime rushing I think I hit the brute said Ilalph and minted to n spot of blood on the whitewashed wall 01 honorable dare said De Silva superstitious as his kind It was the luck of the bungalow say 1 it right My lust lore said Magog Will the luck of the bungalow And he went away to his kitchen a sorrowing but Italph felt as If he hind done n good deed and rid the world of n hldeosltyNo came Magog to plague the young slnnadore For runny nights the rats scampered over time ceiling cloth without any pursuer ltalphin his lonely I evenings looked at the vacant crack and congratulated himself I must have killed the horrid brute still he and a good job too Probably the rots avenged themselves by eating him So time young slnnadore rested and told when he was at the perladores bungalow for dinner how he had male a marvelously good shot at the snake and ridded himself of an intolerable nuisance You oughtnt to hart done that said tilt perladore smoking his cheroot anti smiling upon time boy Why notl 1 hate snakes I abhor them Maybe but they have their uses said the periadore Ill kill n cobra or tic polongu quick as anybody but 1 would not kill n harmless ratsnake which is polsonless and which my lad has been cleaning out the rats and mice from your bungalow for years To put It mildly It was not only cruel but a mistake Marigold your predecessor cherished old Magog He used to tell me the brute was boss of the house and that if Maco were not there the t 1 rats would make his lue not worth liv ing J Yes but the beast was so familiar coming out nt dinner to hang there asking for milk ught All right old chilI said the peria dare Its your bungalow not mine Within n week of the night when Unlph shot nt the snake there came one of those tumultuous rainstorms which are never seen anywhere except In the tropical rainy seasons Try and picture to yourself the day of judgment with the whole heavens tumbling in like n falling roof on top of your with nil the navies of the world firing turret guts nt you with all the lightningof the skies concentrating upon you with not a soul white or black near you without n single tongue to cry Here when your tongue cries Help without n hand to reach out to touch yours try and picture yourself n scene like that and you have some Idea of the tempest in which Italph one lonely night in lls bungalow on the mountain went to bed and slept slept utterly tired out from working up the mountain with the periadore nand the coolies to strengthen the dam which guided the hull stream from Its natural path to irrigate the lowlying lurid nil I ph 11 bedroom was off the sitting room under the fame ceiling cloth and his bed lay close to the wall lies was utterly tired hilt he l dreamed and in his dream somehow Magog the snake was mixed up He dreamed the snake was following him revengefully he dreamed it came up to him running he dreamed it caught him he dreamed that he fell down lie dreamed that the snake coiled and struck at his chest lie woke up with tai yIIof IIIhtlllllrlhlllf choked horrible And it was true As he awoke Magog till great snake dropping Reins the ceiling fell on him and swiftlyI glided vuyout of the door Itulph was on his feet instantly and found himself drenched Iii perspira tion For a moment he could not un derstand Then above the noise of the thunder above the crash of the rain ht heard another sound lie heard tIll rom of released water 1 the roar of grant rocksI and tons of earth Coning stpping sliding dashing down the Mountain a landslide And Itulph Knew that his bungalow was tight in the path of the escaped waters Ho was out of the place in his par jiMnns just in time to reach high land rod sac his bnnjntlow nwcpt away Do Silva stood beside him shivering amid praying Ah honorable sir said De Silva I told you you killed the lurk of the bungalow Magog the snake I did not cried time trembling boy It lived and warned me or 1 should be dead now nut Magog wins seen no more osi ton Globe FLIGHT OF THE DEER IlctiiriJiino KlToot AVhvii tilt IlKlit- MiuliiMl Crrnturrn Ilininil Awny front the Hunter How they did seem to look with their great ears How they spellbound him by the soft maze that he felt rather titian saw lie knew what they were Had he not for weeksI been hold img ready preparing and hungering for this very sight I And yet how useless were his preparations how wholly ill his proconcepts wore swept away and a wonderstricken Ohlih wont softly from his threat As he stood avid gazed they turned their heads away though theystill seemed to lookat him with their great ears and trotting a few steps to U smoother place began to bound up and down In a sort of play They seemed to have forgotten lain and the wonder fill effortless way In which they would rise six or eight fret in air by a tiny toetouch was bewildering twit stood fascinated by the strange play of the lightlimbed grayfnrrcdcreatures There was no haste or alarm In their movements he would watch them un tit they began to run awaytill they should take fright and begin the la bored straining the vast athletic Ijouuds lie hud hoard of And it was only on noting that theywere rapidly fading into the distance that ht realized that now they were running away al ready were flying for safety Higher and higher they rose each time gracefully their bodies swayed inward as they curved along some bold ridge or for n long space the buffwhite soutchcons that they hon behind thorn seemed hanging in the air while these wingless birds were really sailing over n deep gullylirnestI Seton Thompson in Scrilmers Sage of Snwhnw Snym Improving yourself is the surest way toutpruuyomirstiutticnEvery even tho hell boy All mien are put out when they arc taken in- Somehow it seems to be only the the young man that is spoken of as model Perhaps the son that stayed at homo hand expected to market the fatted calf rite barber Is not especially apt to speak of his stimuli boy ns a shaver Grain speculators are pitted against each other The father who insists on ruling the parlor is a sort of u court marshal Chicago Democrat SELFFEEDING BOX A nborSavliijr Contrivance Where IMirn of DIITcrrnt Szes timid AKCN nun Toicelhvr I give a rough sketch and description of selffeeding box for pigs It is 12 feet long and each side is divided into 13 little stalls about nine inches wide These stalls are simply boards live inches wide and 12 Inches long nailed against the side of the box and reaching down into the feedtrough to keep the pigs out of the trough mind front wasting the feed and at the same time keep them from crowding and fighting There is no waste of feed and each pig can have a stall and will eat very quiet Ily A is sill y feet long feedtroughs 5 inches wide 2s Incites deep side SELFFEEDING BOX FOR PIGS boards 22 inches from floor to let feed through U bottoat boards 12 or IG inches wide trail so placed as to let feed slide down into trough One end Is re moved to show interior Tits to keep from spreading ian he plated tummy where as indicated by dotted Mini Stalls should result down to floor and be nailed thereto mid also nailed to sideboards This stiffens side honrds This box isi myowu invention having never teen one before 1 think this will he plain and will need no further explanation I III Ifind this box sufllciont to feed DO l onlylCallIIntel tend others tithe their places I fund this very good where pigs of differ ent sizes run together They all have nil the chance they wnnt to eat and the fond is never mussed over limit always fresh for it feeds down only as fast as it is tafllIlIway- We do not fill the box full and then go oil on a vacation but are with the pigs several times a day We also have a selffeeder made out of a salt barrel with a hole emit near the bottom This is to feed salt and ashes mixed one of salt to two of ashes We have not a self drinker yet but would like to have one We have to carry writer bad let them drink front a trough This is the only reason we cannot go on a vacation trip Now I would not advise feeding clear corn from the feeder for one would certainly overdo the thing and bath results would follow But I have seen only good results from middlings and bran and see no reason yet for abandon Ing the self feeder My neighbor made one of these boxes and he tells me he is confident it added 25 to the value of his hogs besides lessening the work I think I stated tint I did not know whether this was the best way but I knew it was the easier way Do not condemn this until dayCountry AMONG THE POULTRY The lien that is a good layer is nearly always an early riser The drinking fountains should be scalded once a week at least Always use a small active vigorous talc in preference to n large one Turkeys are very fond of milk and may be glen all that they will drink Eggs turned once a week will keep much longer than those left undis turhedYoung ducks drink water very often Plentifully Never keep breeding birds over four yeas old when younger ones can read ily be procured Large males bred on small hens arc opt to produce longlegged fowls that are not always desirable So far as can be dune the pullets that are to be kept as layers should lie Horn the best liens in the thick A cock or lien that Is too tot is not In fitting state to transmit the best physical qualities to healthy offspring While turkeys and geese care profita ble fowls to keep they require plenty of room They should not be kept un less a free range can be given When the hens scour n speedy remedy is to feed powdered chalk in the soft food but the best regulator of the bowels Iis u greater variety of food Gapes are really the result of certain conditions of the soil that are favorable to thclr propogation They prevail mostly on old fauns that have been c upicd by poultry for sonic tune St Lqulo Republic a FLAVOR REGULATED UptoDitto Beekeepers Ilnve Lenrne- tu Kentrlct the AVnnilcrlnna of Their Bees Honey Is enjoying renewed favor Men of wnlth mill leisure are testla ll and experimenting with the different kinds of honey and wrinkling their brows over the problem of producing what scema to them the most desirable i flavor during the comIng sunnier says the Otsego Farmer For the bee is mirr longer allowed to pursue his own sweet peregrinations and sip of the nectar of flowers wherever he chooser Honey J made in this promiscuous way is much too ordinary Ills actions are restrict ed and guided As n result such honey ticklingthesweet Hover flavor that has gained favor with the epicure he goes system atically to work to produce it IlIIcI1 perhnplhalfl r of clover He has it direfully kept from weeds or any other variety of clover that might endeavor to find n footing there The whole bed is inclosed and roofed with a line wire netting und the beehives are then placed within the in Insure From the bees life therefore the spine of variety is plucked and try as he will he cum produce none than white sweet clover honey otherJJ flavor it is very delicate and white in color Yellow sweet clover honey is preferred bothels The flavor is slightly stronger than that made from the white variety and its color is a deep yellow Then there is the 1 honey that is mule front thistles and milkweeds it is amusing to hear the 1 producers of such flavors tell of tll lrjj tribulations in tanking these wayward plants grow within their restrictions Some of the wild flower honey Is al most black in color and time flavor Iis certainly very different from wkit it nazi in tic days when honey wa lon cy and that fact settled the qinxfion It IsalmoKt verging on the indiscreet j to mention buckwheat honey nowa days although it is still acknowledged to have wonderful staying properties FEED ALL FARM CROPS Where Tlil Done There Will He An- Jiint ar Cimie fur Co inn In In lux of 1111 Ill Time t- It is a well conceded fact that the nearer the producer eau come to the consumer and save the iii iduhleina its profit the more he will realize out of his products Hence it is necessary in order to realize as much as possible out of the corn crop to convert it into beef pork or mitten or in other words feed it and drive it off on hoof My observation and experience is that when a farmer feeds economically and judU uiously everything grown on the farm and the fertilizers resulting front the same are returned to the land he has trade good use of his crops and Iif he understands well how to cultivate his crops and puts his knowledge into ac tive practice he will he considered n good thrifty farmer and he will very seldom have cause to complain of hard times The farmer who makes a prac tice of selling his crop of corn from yens to year at from 15 told cents per bushel will generally find when he fig ures up the expense of growing the sumac throat he will have very little if anything left For whoever buy his produce expects to convert it into beef or purl or something else which will come near the consumer and derive nil the profit there is in it leaving the pro dicer to come nut ten or a little her 1 hind It sometimes happens that orne is selling at a good price say JO to 50 x cents a hushed in such case time producer +will do well to sell his corn but as a general rule this does not often oo cur anti hence it is always wise to ar range to feed everything grown on the farmM L Ilargcr in Prairie Farmer j SUMMER HEN HOUSE lieu tho farmer Cnn Keep Fxtrn Col J nnlefl Durlni the Hot Sennoii- KitMlly timid Cheaply The open shied for fowls here shown was recently seen in operation nod an swerlngitsjiurpose admirably A shed roof was placed upon n corner of nii board fence the open sides being to I4 AIRY SIKLTER FOR CHICKS ward the south Here was protection j for the fowls and cool quarters for the summer A vice fence met time two sides of the beard fence making house xtryandsummer colonies can thus easilyand 1 cheaply be lptOrungc Judd Farmer Where n large number of fowls drink from the same vessel the fountain map soon become a source of disease unless pains la taken to kucg It clean I ti i I j f Y I Y 5 1- TA v- P1 RSJNAL Ant IMPERSONAL jijaiirnromS the gr Japanese lawyer Is inPcri= where be Is studying the wordings of the French lnv courts- J Werpont Morgan spent four years nt the Boston English high school where he stood head of Ivis class throughout the entire COUrtlIGO1oHlh D Snycrsi of Texas owns the first federal flag captured by the confederates in the war of the re bellion He intends presenting it to the State Historical society- A blacksmith in Grass Valley Cal decided to close his career on the nnni versaryof his birthday nt the very hour when he tops born He waiter until the clock struck 11 and then com knitted suicide Gen James IL Wilson is one of the best horsemen in the army In a cross country ride near Lynchburg Va n short time ago he mile n leap over a hedge nod ditch which has for years been regarded by the local horsemen ns an impossibility The unit highly prized order among English women is that of the Crown ol India Of the 60 holders of the cher ished decoration only two are Amer icans They are Lady Itandolpli Churchill and Lady Curon formerly Miss Lclter of Chicago Increasing rotundity on the part of the wife of a London haberdasher led husband to cut off her supply of stout of which she drank three pints n tiny r At this time she weighed 211 pounds In six weeks she had dwindled down to 160 pounds Fearing that she would soon become n skeleton she has be gun proceedings for n divorce on ac count of his inhumanity At least live men prominent in our politics today are direct descendants from signers of the declaration of in dependence iov Volcott of Massa chusetts from Oliver Woleott Senator Hoar from Roger Sherman Robert Treat Value from Robert Vrcat Value his namesake Charles Francis Adams from John Adams and T Jefferson Coolidge from Thojjins Jefferson THEY NEVER HAPPEN ACt Idcot IIUo the riiMiintrSoiiKM anil tiMvrliUii PitrntM That Dont Gel Into the 1lUMTH 1roliably a thousand times n day in n great city like Chicago an nccldentls so narrowly averted that the spectators shutider whenever they think of it Street ears miss collisions with railroadI trains by the smallest margins yachts keel over to n point where another feather would capsize them men and women just manage to leap out of the way of a plunging runaway people look death in the eye for n fraction of n second and escape by the exercise of almost superhuman exertions As the greatest poems are tliovj which have never been written so iit may be said that the greatest accidents are those which never happen A few weeks ago n whole train of empty ears which was being prepared for the use of a great picnic party plunged intoI the river through an open draw Probably every resident of Chicago has thought with a shudder of the prob able consequences if time accident lord occurred 15 minutes later after the cars land been tilled by the women and children who made up the greater part of the pleasure seekers One night lately n street car accident wns barely averted which white it risked the lift of only one person was thrilling in time extreme to those who watched it A North State street car was pulling out for the barn The full power was turned on and it was run ning at the rate of at least 20 miles an hour As it neared Willow street a fashionably dressed woman ran out dogIn Ily in front of the fast coming cur she stopped tad bent over to capture her pet The inotormims gong was ring ing wildly lu hutch reversed the cur rent and was throwing nil his weight on the brakes Still the cur unshed on relentlesslyl over the slippery tracks still the woman unconscious of her danger leaned over her pet dog The few passengers on the car broke into screams of warning One woman cov Bred her face with her hands and subbed It seemed certain that the woman in front must be run dowr and probably crushed to death Jot at the supreme moment u bicycle rider coming like the wind dashed by the nr and struck the woman a hard brow on the head crying out as he did so thehelldllghtbackwards and keeled over in n lead herbyWhen the motorman and conductor came back to where they lucid seen her Pcrspiralion she came to her senses she declared in no uncertain language her conviction tint the than who hud struck her was a rude person indeed Hut nil the others felt glnd for once in their lives that thelaudChicago rr The Dtrterenee Thercls n vast difference between the poetThep r bard ca8hCUcago Daily News + TICKED FIVE CENTURIES rr The Pwnon lanonenBIO Year Rouen ofFrancecottonpossesses oldest greatIloucn thntc1tpride ittcitizens Placed in 13S9 it has been fromthotnothing except cleaning and n few trifling repairs clockhaeIupon its exactitude ns a matter of course that when in 1572 the breaking ofn wire prevented its sounding five oclock one morning the population was In n state of consternation The magistrates summoned the CUB todian Guillaume Petit and remon strated gravely with him Until 1712 the great clock had no pendulum For 323 years it had no other regulator than a foliot nn apparatus unknown to the majority of modern clockmakcre The pendulum in clockwork was Intro duced in 1C50 but so well satisfied were the people of Rouen with the time keeping qualities of their famous old clock pnssbefore1 the follotryulrpcd with this new apparatus It haft continued to this duty tp strlke the hours and chime the qunr ters AMERICAN GIRLS RETORT tier Quick Wit nnd Knowledge of French Uncel Stout Her lu Good Stead As one of our countrywomen was going down the rather narrow stairs that load from the house to the gar tlen at the American embassy she met three or four young attaches of foreign legations who were entire stran gers to her says the SL Louis Globe Democrat Their ptrtitencKS induced them to stand aside for her to pass but their courtesy did not prevent their making audible personal comnunts They seemed to take it for granted that French was an unkllown tongue to Americans Look at her yellow dress its very pretty said Xo 1 Yes but she has on wlilto gloves announced No 2 She lams good teeth said No 3 And nn jmpnnous mouth added No 4And she understands French per fectly said the owner of time enormous mouth turning suddenly upon thorn and would lisle to say that her ears are even bigger than her mouth This in French and with suet nn air of giv uubydvinshe had been kiiicfly hiffpingstrntigcrH to information on otataiidti book The iniii hail Ntt enough presence of mind to flee the premises A Qnrrr IJsportltlon An expedition consisting entirely of women has keen formed in Australia to explore time Solomon islands the homo of the fiercest canribalstJiiown Hitherto white men have been able to penetrate only a few mllofc inland There Is so much territory we know to be right niul so much we know to he wrong thnt there is finnll excuse for cninping on doubtful grollllllIl A W Bulletin Jones When she married him she start ed in to make his home a paradise on earth Johnsonlid she1 JoricHYes shei always harping Knnsa City Independ ent ellChnlh had the nudacity to klsi me last night UclleWcll I like his check So do I it wasnt a hit rough like some of them nre Philadelphia Rec ord Junes got broke of walking in his sleep How His wife made him curry the babyIhilaJclphia Bulletin Old ton wont livelong he has one leg in the grate You mean one leg in time grave No hes going to be cremated IickMcUp Patrice Polly lays shes lost her heart Patience Shes the most careless girl 1 know That makes the fifth time she s lost it this season Yonkers Statesman GnyboyIlow lot trill your wife remain at the seaside Rounder Until I begin sending her typewritten letters Town Topics Heard the Betrothal Kiss First Board er1id you hear the report of the engage ment of our landlady Second ltoanierI should say 1 didI was sitting in the next room at the time and it was a prcttv loud report let mo tell youItich mond bispatch No matter how leisurely a doctor may plod through his earthly career you never catch him boasting that he tales life easy Philadelphia Record Some folks seem tohave had a sea sibe Bought Washington Ia Demo cuntIIartyFred proved to hIs wife that he didnt marry her for her money Jack LAWYERS ODD CLIENT I lie Dill Not Want Advice Hut Paid for the Privilege of Talking for Oae Hour A Junior member of a Dearborn street law firm reports the Chicago Tribune tells this story of one of his first clients- I lucid just been appointed junior member of the firm and relieved the older members by looking after the minor cases One day a wellappear ing man called nt the office and inquired If I could give him an hour of my time and what would be the cost 1 told him and he accepted the terms but added This Is not to be a consultation 1 do not want advice or assistance 1 know perfectly well what I am going to do but I want to talk I have no friend to whom I can unburden myself but If I pay you to listen I shall have a right to talk to you freely for the time agreed upon I agreed to this strange proposition and appointed an hour at noon the fol lowing day The man came promptly and 1 took out cigars and told the ofllce boy we were not to be disturbed for an hour Mind the man said 1 dont want you to interrupt inc I am paying you to listen Then he began For one hour he talked as one who never in his life lunch unburdened himself to n sympathetic listener I listened without saying a word When the clock struck one the tuna coated talking paid his fee took up his hunt and walked out Six months later looking oycr the daily paper the story of nHUlcldc atone of the hotels attracted my atten tion The name was that of my talkative client I have always believed that if he had had some one to talk to again he would not have committed suicide HER PENCIL GAVE HER AWAY Thl Girt llolrnjcl Her Cnlllntr by WritrliiK It In Her m117 0 ii Ilulr A girl attired in n white Marseilles suit that hud n tailormade finish walked down the nlklu of one of the theaters one night recently with the air of n princess just in from her summer palace Site was accompanied by n young man who had an opulent appear ance The girl sank into an orchestra chair adjusted hum glass nnd tried tji look bored while her escort glanced at the boxes says the Chicago Inter Ocean women in the row hark of the I Irhe young persons soonicd to i c1rtill braid ing unjthe girls +white Ktun jacket 111I fnritiyclyI admired the scarf on her snilurfait They whispered approving comments on the summer costume Then the curtain wont up anti the girl removed Item headgear The leading lady had just appeared when one of the women back of the girl clutched her companions arms antI whispered Cash Then was a piercing scorn in her tone that made it carry The girl in white heard it and spasmodically put her right hand up to the coil of pretty blonde hair Then she flushed n painful crimson Stuck among the shell hnlrplns was a bit of load pencil with n piece of soiled rubber in the end The horrid women who had envied her as tit possible daughter of n millionaire hind guessed that slit was n clerk In n downtown de partment store TRICK OF STREET ARABS They Imitate the KlurKrr of UISince lo Foul the 1111ISports On a recent Saturday afternoon when State street wns crowded with prom cnaders two gamma reaped n silver harvest from the cheap sports as they termed the victims of their rust says the Chicago Tribune From the low comedians at the vau deville show they laud learned the knack of striking and receiving the stage blow Aa tlie initiated ire aware the report Iit produced by clapping the hands and the hand of the victim has lily applied to the eye gives the appear ance of the black eye thrust As soon OB the boys spied some well dressed nnd pompous Saturday after noon sports approaching they fell to and belabored each other In the genu ine vaudeville stage manner Blow after blow resounded and each In turn winced with simulated pain The men rushed up and separated the young sters who burst into laughter and ex posed their trick Then they demanded n contribution from the sold and generally they received it When the victims had passed on and pence reigned again the urchins laid in wait for anoth er soft mark and repented the performance Hraln Work trim ExereUe It has been declared that three hours of brain work will destroy more brain ttaue than a whole day b physical exercise America is filled with men and ivdincn who earn their living by their brains Hostet tcrft Stomach Bitters makes the mind act ive and vigorous This mcdicino ieia tonic an appetizer and a sure cure for dyspep cia It has a fifty years record of cures See that a private Revenue Stamp covers the neck of the bottle Cut a sellUirnlovor I suppose you cut quiteaitrcH at the African cItizens ball last night George Ocorgc Washington Deed I did Mistah Rnnvn Deb with a dude niggah waltah who dun tried t flint wit my Loo nn I cut him deep I did Mali rarah cewtnly hab a keen aidecrOhio State Journal Iudlc Cnn nrIlhoea One slzo smaller after using Allens Foot Ease a powder for time feet It makes tight or new shoes easy Cures swollen hot sweating aching feet inprowiug nails corns and bunions At munch shoe stores S5c Trial tacknoFREE by mall Address Allen S hll8tull Lu Uoy N y Wonldnt Take Any Chances A certain Jsnuvoo woman inured her husband that she never told him n lie and never would lie told her that he did not doubt it but would hereafter cut n notch in the piano when he knew she deceived him No you wont the screamed Im not going to have my piano ruined Chicago Inter Ocean The Ilmt Irmcrlpllon for Clillli and Fever Is u bottle of Giiovrrf TASTKLESR Cniii TONIC UlR siinply iron and miininoiu atasteless form Noeurouopity PrlccCOc An KxplnnntlV dirtyidI Hullv gecl exelaimcd the bellboy ne he looked jn the pitcher J Fetcher de porter EveningNewsTo Cure n fold In One Hay TalC Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund moneyU It falls to euro SJ5o Ioft Hid Xnmo- Lfidy A geatlcniiz called you Uj Did he IcuVc any name Parlor JlnidOhI ycm lie raid 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HERALD IPZIGZl COOPER Ellttr HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY September 14 1890 Ton DOVE molt WILLIAM A GOEBLE of Kenton County Ton LIEUTENANT OOVEHNOU J C W BECKHAMof i YOU ATTOIISBV OKVKHAL R J BREOKINRIDGEof ron AUDITOR GUS COULTER of Graves County r ron TltAI t11taltS HAGER of Boyd County FOn SECRETARY OK 8TATK CALEB URECKINRIDQE HILL of Clark County ron OOMMIBHIONKU OK AGIUOULTUIIE I B NALL of Jefferson County Ton BUI T OK Iumio INBTIUTCTIOV H VMoCIIESNEY of Livingston County yOIl WKIJtKBEVATIVB 01ST mST JOS P ROSE of Wolfo County FOR ItAILHOAD OOMMIBSIONK- HCOL A W HAMILTON of Montgomery Count I TUB mutiny on tho United States Transport Senator brought about by tho attempted introduction of canned roast beof as a rntion calls to mind tho fnot that thiH beef question was not Bottled by tho conmittooR and that tho real truth will not bet tiltledthoi TilE favoritism shown to Ac jiniral Sampson during and shrtso tho war with Spain is onco moro made prominent in his assignment to command tho iloot that win formally welcome Admiral Dowoy to his native shores Sohloy is kept out df an important command notwithstanding ho is soy for in rank THK Republican party line in creased taxation to Kontuaky after promising to reduce it It has dol oroased the school por capita after promising to increase IL It hOB increased tho public expenditures aftor charging that tho Democratic administration had boon wasteful 4 end extravagant In tho faco o- ti o thii rooord do the popple want t- k I poworThe 1 I c 1UNITOFKXWS The new steel jibboom of the lion Augustus Van Wyck of New York seems to bo too badly buck led for repair e e o The Presidents action in tho Captain Carter caso seems to be as slow in coming as tho sail that Enoch Arden waited for a a a Another Ohio convention has met and adjourned but Mayor Jones of Toledo is still waiting for tlIQ nomination that never came e e o General Simon B Buckner might as well come out openly as a Re publican since no other ticket but theirs seems to suit him in Ken Lucky e f e The man who sold the Merrimnc to the Navy Department is dead It is to be hoped that ho will be forgiven for his share in the transaction a o e The Washington Ball Club and the Carter case pro two things which go to show tho evil effects of a Republican administration at tho national capital o o o The friends of Capt Carter ar draw ing a parallel between his case and that of Capt Dreyfus but iit is difficult to make the public be Novo that they pro serious o e o A consignment of dynamite guns has boon sent to Gen Otis a Manila Now if tho Filipinos will only bo kind enough to stop up to tho muzzles and get killed the thing will be easy o 6 e The original McKinley man who was removed in Alabama to pro vido a soft snap for President Mc Kinloys cousin naturally fails to BOO that it is impossible to pro vide for all tho Ohio mon in Ohio- o o o- As tho Presidents course in tho CaptainCartor mattorhas koptthat officer out of jail so long tha very least tho Captain should do would bo to make a handsome contribu tion to tho Republican campaign fund o o o It is now generally conceded that the only way the election of Mr Goobol as governor of Kentucky can bo provontod is by killing him Hence those slanderous attacks on his personal character in tho hope that ho can bo goaded into resent lug them o 0 0 Attorney General Griggs is still placidly waiting for tho return of Captain Carters attorney from his European vacation trip and in spite of tho sentence of tho court martial Captain Carter still wears hip uniform and draws full pay o o o There was n timo when Governor RpasoVolt of Now York was bold enough to denounce tho Republi 1can machine but since the boo got to buzzing in his head nothing iis too rank for him to swallow if Boss Platt wants it- o e o It is strange that the Filipinos question our motives when Senator Carter of Montana tolls them and tolls tho American pooplo that our attitude towards tho islands dos ponds upon whether enough can bo squeezed out of thorn to wake them pay us 00ITho Now York county fair asses ciation that cannot secure Gov Roosevelt for a speech about fool reformers does not amount io toocountlfnirform I The Requisition of the Philippines adds to our already large stock of race problems FRED J HEINTZ JewelerII Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pins e2runexcelled Repairing Facilities 133 E Mnln Str etMMMMfl k- LEXINGTON KY Price List for Watch sadClock Repairing Cleaning Watch American make 150 It Old Englbh Lever 200 Main S1 g1Cleaning Clock Amer S day 125 IS French make 360 I IS Nickle alarm style 50 Main aping in clock Atncr make 100 I r French make 250 Mending lolderirg Gold Spectacles 2535c II II SteelII 25c 1 rRepalrinc Jewelry according to nature of repairs New pint fitted Into brooches pins 15c V 0 Order CD s12a00MadeTo for WOt BT UTIMOI cmior rnou E ROSEHBURGER tit CO 202204 E 1024 St NEW YORK CITY ClothingeI Manufacturers In America QMKAT BAKQAIN OFFBKI 50j BOYS SUITS Bstra ADONIS Puts WE M4 I 276we Par eapruag flw1111111 sr1dlptAll WM 1 Caleru trlad with fast IIcl lu the bay ef ariakip ul Diklt Brtt t 4 SUM J b t ion lkSilt f krUtr4 UlUr Cllar 10 t t arotth W1iSadstwrd tIfU Mh a1 nu 111111- uchR KU4I tall U Ur rU fir de Uko rdtriaf nod Pert Offic Btprtu Moatj Order r Rrfttlercd Utttri b1 t tut birthday sad If lard a tmall tot kit te Year chMtfaltj rffcadtd If net atifctorr brad as stamps for urapltt tape atitirt aeaiona tt v yVtis ti s ROSEfDAVIS TIIIv Blacksmitns1 s AND Wagoo IIlakeIS Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying customers Those indebted to the firm will please be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debtsc tteltabl0perlunofnwcnnnlcsiornyentlyominddetrtng goatpearwrUo1ho Md SILAS D KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office at residence and calls answered at nil hours Obstetrics n specialty ti Greul CLOTHING Sol At Louis Gus Struusj LEXINGTON KY Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 50tf Beautiful Blue Suits G A R style at 500J Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 1000 I Best 25c Underwear in theWorld Departmentisii 111 a 3LLU 111 W ULAUjUtllDlIIP rtti we Ueiy line WOrlQ Clothingisthe leading manufacturers of the United States We do not deal in Shoddy Goods Auction Sale Goods or Fire Sale Goods j 1 Our reputation for the past thirty years is a sufficient guarantee j LOUIS 5 GUS STRAUS j Lexingtons Leading Clo- thiersTRAININO JFEED STABLES I have i reedIInddesirehorsescan bed pastures at reasonable r- atesL1VEFYETft3as 1 I I T J rgI 1 Also for the convenience and nccom luodntton of guests of the Day House nt Hazel Green nnd L Park Hotel nt Torrent J I have opened nearby two firstclass livery stables where Iwill keep buggies caddie horses and hacks for hire at nil times Per j sons wishing a vehicle to meet them at McCnusity can telephone ule mud have any 1 desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly J I will also have a full supply of hacks for hlro to drummers which will be In 3 I timeIcnarge ot careful drivers and for which they cauicontract by the tiny for any Icncth od Pesons intending to visit Day and Swnngo Springs will be met nt tltlicr McCiuisey or Toncnt with team and driver and I will have pleasure in hll1 pulp water lor them whenever dClilred1DJugOT i trgl1iAYI I 1 LAMPS I JOHN M ROSE DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE tothebroughttoparloreliningthoywin winfind Y i f tiI tl R t- a a i l k t TT1r i 1 0 i rr- i r 2 4 tConstipation Headache Biliousness Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness Indicate that year liter Is out of order The best medicine to rouso the liver and cure all th se ills la found In Hoods PillsI 33 cents Sold by all medicine dealers 3FHE HERALD at A FARM JOURNAL teat From now to Dec 1903 Offer Nearly 5 Years By spocinl arrangement made with the publishers of the FARM JOURNAL wo are enabled to offer that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD one year ahead for only 100 both papers for the price of ours only our pa per one year and the FAHM JOUR NAL from now until December 1908 nearly 5 years The FARM JOURNAI is an old established pa por enjoying great popularity one of the bole null most useful farm papers published This offer should be accepted without delay A P Bird of Campton woe in town Wednesday Charley Johnston preached at the Greasy school house Sunday night lInzel Green needs a public well FO says the poet and we agree with him Miss Carrie Swango was a caller at Mrs S B Hashs on Monday last Miss Luln Kash the incomparable is visiting friends and relatives at Lexing ton Mrs John Davis baby was quite sick on Monday but is some better at pres eat Alfred Dye of Maytown is employed this week doing some work for Henry Pieratt Elmer Swetman of West Liberty paid the sprigs u pleasant visit Saturday and Sunday Dr and Mrs S B Kush paid n flying visit to Will Patrick on Grassy Wednesday morning Lizzie Walters way baptized Sundry afternoon at the mouth of lllnckwntcr by Rev Lcander Lacy Chas Johnson will preach at Frank Johnsons school house on the fourth Saturday of this month W F Lykins of Grassy was in town Monday and left time Baptist minutes with us to ho printed Taylor Hurst nn attorney at Campion was in town Wednesday taking deposi tines in the school trouble Quito n crowd attended the Hazel Green stock sale yesterday A number of horses and cattle changed Imams Mr Combs Taller of Wolfe county was in Hazel Green Tuesday slinking hands with his many friends An epidemic of diphtheria has broken out near lied House Madison county and the public schools have suspended Elsworth Lacy and wife returned from Texas Saturday We mire sorry that Mr Lacy Is confined in the house with fever The enrollment of the academy him Increased this week and the indications fire for the largest enrollment in time history of time school Hon J B White of Irvine addressed tho people of this place Wednesday af ternoon In tho interest of tho candidates Of the Lonimllo convention Miss Ella Kash the daughter of Sirs Ellen Knali has returned from n pleasant trip through Eastern Kentucky including thn fair at Lexington There will bo no preaching at time Christian church on Sunday morning ns fie minister of tho church will he at the annual mooting In West Liberty M G Dun swayof Maytown was in Hazel Green Wednesday Mr Dunaway wishes to sell his farm about onehalf mile from Maytown consisting of 70 acres at private sale Mr Caldwell of Millersburg is nt time Swango Springs to recuperate Ho was here year before last and to much hero tiled by his stay that ho concluded to again try the efficacy of tho rejuvenating Waters Now If you want to keep yourself p tilted on the political issue of the coming cumpaigu subscribe for THE HEKALD ctuscs of the southwest The whole ourge ws 4Uka vJto the spines of ctuscs and no sooner dirt the procx B u forum and more forward each odt J Spurc guided by a friend than our utter nmnasmtut and horror se cruel scourges ttdte whirled over shoulders had brought down with oundlng thwacks upon the bare ksof those religious 4 fanatics ry third step the back was beaten I now and again we could henr the tsmothcml shriek of the self whip s as the piercing thorns penetrated flesh It fs not long before the od rnn In tiny streams down their cks anti the white drawers were tined crimson Hut nothing Jaunted Ul e fnnntle fury of this band On they cr irehed led by the titer who played a a pst doleful air accompanied by the Ioil tally dolorous singing of the guide ith I tmynnI n hLWyN The Mothodlst Conference The seventyninth annual session of EChurchCarlislewekTbthis district A ll dd ProtldiuR Eider SimiLexington I beanieSpearsJParilE G B Mann Frankfort J F Taliaferro 1erMileaC F Evans WYoungWinchester G II Means Mt terlinglW Robertson Camnrgo B F Coby LionGeorgtFrohFrohNorth Middletown R M Lee SavageMt New ColumbusG W Boswcll Corinth1f Johnson SupplyMorehend CollegtDrteacher PenitentiaryLG1Vallacc Agent Children s Home Society Wm ShoesinilhAmnnp the other ministers well non here J W Mitchell goes to Covinctoc 0 J Chandlerlo Newport D P Warp to Visaliai Geo E Ilapp to East Mays ripe J II Willinms to Millcrabnrg B E Lancaster to Carlisle PJ Ross to Sardis L A Bromlev to Vancoburp IT W Darlington to Washintflon W F- Tarter toShflhiJltj tif 5 Grineteai- to Taylormille 1 W Watts to Niclinlim yulej R T Mclnlyrc to London ld Allen toFitteburgJ J Dickey to Camp ton C W Clay to Clay City The committee of thirteen preacher who tried the caso against Rev Join Reeves returned verdict of guilty and recommended his expulsion which fol lowed Bright Boys Started In Buslnen Time JIll hli hlri of the famous hie Iliac trated weekly newspaper Pennsylvanl Grit are now plncinj repnventatlvcs at every post olluv in Kintticky and the desire to Mcnto llio nrvice of capabl hustling Hsents in each of the followin towns o VolfoI Campion Leo City am in such other towns nanrotiotnlread supplied The work IU profitable and pleasant A portion itf Saturday only Ih requried Over f 000 agents lire doiiif splendidly Xo money whatever I Ire quired Ecr thin in furnished free Stationery rubber stamp ink and pad advertising matter sample copies etc Papers arc shipped to bo paid at the end of each month Those not sold are not rliarpcd for Write tho Orit Piiblishttif Co Williamsport Pa nllll mention Tin HruuD A select hop was given at till residence of Frank Murphy just below till Chapel on Monday night last Among ihnst present were Mis Colier and Mrs Combs of Jackson Miss Katie Oldfield of Fal mouth and several of the young ladle of the Chapel neighborhood Lacy string band furnished tho music and the happy throng tripped tho lieht fantastic till tho we sum1 hours of Tuetdny morn when they departed for their respective I laccs of abode happy in time thought that they had spent a few hours in pleasant innocent enjoyment Our town was represented by Messrs K 0 Taul lieu and Curtis Quick nll who did the gallant in gallant style There is a yellow willow tree at the resilience of tieorgo Clark imp the Cox Mill neighborhood which is n curiosity It measures 11 feet in circumfrcnce live feet from the ground then branches into ten prongs or tines and five feet higher up again branches into ten or twelve Mr Clark says that ho has known seven or eight hens to set in tho tree at ono time each Of which hatched her brood Time trIo is 27 years old and Is the result of a riding switch stuck in Lime ground by his wife that many years ago wizen her first born Porter Clark was a baby Fans Wilson tho poet says that Ken tacky U tho greatest state in tho union It is noted for its continual feud in Cloy immty It is noted for its pretty women It is noted for tho best whiskey It Iis noted for tho best race horses and mst but not least it Is noted for the damncit hottest political fight that no other state- can boast off Dr Bunton Mr Hamilton of Moore field Ky nnd Mr Cavoll of Millers urff are the late guests at bwango Springs Hotel I STOCK sue The lust Qrtex Each Karktt WWA Yu Held Yesterday xu Will PabrttUti J SwacgoC lib 00 James Linden to J M test 1 cqx 20 00 U A Kath to Dave Linden 1 cox SI 00 yearllnp HI 00 Caudilel Hros to J M Kor30 head of cattle 750 00 Dob Anderson to J M hose 41 I head of cattle tOGO 60 t yearling 36 00 Herb rl Nlehell to J M hose two steers 45 00 ItJ C Linden to D II Linden 12 c yearling M SCO 00- A C Jones to J M Rnse 1 heifer 20 00 ll 001Ftwo year old 10S 00 Dan DavKUon bought 1 colt 39 PO- P6 P Wilson to J M hose 1 cow SO 00 lIt Maples to K O CrnH I mare 29 50 W hose to J M Rose G year lings 111 77 Total f29SS 77 Ilemember the next sale day Iis Wednes they October 13 1899 It you want to dis pose of your stuck he sure and bring gohomeJust bring your stock to hazel Green galeThe be Youll always find the sale There were about 200 head on the market mot of them were sold Some other soles we felled to set J H PlKlurr Auctioneer Detucratio Sponklnq By tho request of many citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity lion William O Mize exstate senator will at Hazel Green on Saturday September pith at I oclock speak of tho great ditlercnccM between the two factions of tho Demo eratic platy Coiuo nut and bear true Democracy you will be benefited on the occasion MUs Ollio Henry of Bonn Morgan county Ky IsI the pleasant cues of Mrs o It Kash this week She is a charming young body of delightful man nen and a splendid conversationalist The perfect brace tho features grand While every charm n bounty Be justly styles her throush the lurid The belle of Morgan county NERVES must be fed on pure rich Hoods Sarcnjmrllla is tho best servo tonic By onrichiiur tho blood it makes tho nerves STRONG Mr Marion and daughter Maggie of lied river bought n very fine hut from frll4 B 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I of the ladies Ilomombor Weight tulip Worth are guaranteed or your monoy bnclc lor tho nbking JOHN M UCSK rAJI j GREENE EMBEY OOt Luo Stock COnlll lOn Merclian e J l CINCINNATI UNION TOCK YAfl 4 Loig DiiUic Talepktie 7356 ilfl ALL ILq IV ilnjh 3lWJ tJi i Iti Y I y i i iy y c 1 iir s1iy 4- t Lt J t- Y l iiw w I tI- I i t u iU f L I ht 1 1 I I l V t jj- t 1 ii I ii 1 JJ i t I t tt tt t t t I Jif fflu I II t- tt a 4- r t Itrr x fit t a HERALDtj SPKNCJER COOPER Publisher HAZEL Itt II 1YI 0 szJ1 OZJzz1z TEAR TILERS AFFAIRI WILL 4 Coiijrliht iwnbr If n- ANK11Iou4uwpaprCa BARBER SYNOPSIS Mlrnrd Hendrlcks great dotcctlv lust returned from Iloiton In da awaiting him all unsigned typewritten letter directing him to apartment In Pnlnco hotel where too will rind remain of Mr Weldon Cnruth ri currently reported for past two weeks to bo out of town petcctlvo nccini to con nect letter with attempt mado on hiv own lire somo tlmo previous lots with friend X i Lnmpkln to InvcetlKato Upon search of Ca rut lira npartmenti remains of cro HInted body And jeweled hand of victim are found In a vitro Ilatul bears marks of Anger nail manicured to Ihnrp points lmpkln recall reports of n row between Caruthors and Arthur Olclow both suitor for hand of Dorothy Huntington wtoo tielres to several million should vile marry Car uthern unconditionally In case of Car uthera death Late that nlKht Jlcmlrleks and Lampkln colt at horn of Mini hunt lnRton Dorothy stows detective type written letter which wan an Invitation for herself and mint to occupy with Count Ilantlnnl Italian nobleman ids box ne liorao show ai ho war railed out of tow by pressing builneix Hho recalls Olclow had expressed before murder Intense hatred for Caruthcn nnd lIellovu him utility yet decides to help him and with tier mint COCK to his studio Olulow haw ltd His servant Ilonrl tells of overhearing confcs alan to Ilantlnnl Henri thought his masts tisane HendrlcltH ooncenlcd In room hears rill this llniulrlelu goes to consult Kola an Knit Indian Interested In occult researches who had helped hint In much previous detective work and located In an old colonial mansion among tho pullsndrs Dr Lampkln Is summoned by Htiulrlok oho tins been stint llullot IIn removed andi detective warned not to Icavo hlu 106111 llondrlcks unknown enemy hud tried to thIorm him In his slecflp Directive had waked Just In time but was wounded by pistol IIhOl b fore tb could prevent hi sssllnnlit ton 00 Jleiulrlcks calls fur u crematory employe who conilrmn the sup position that ashes found wero those of Iniiimn body Allan HuntltiKton rwriven Utter from ilMow In hlH own hnndwrlt iiUT postmarked at ClinrUstnn H r till lijl of bin crlmu and slight Not il jiUhol oglst uxarnliifH hundwrltlnir of this IMtir end nay It la jfcnulno During a mil on BorBt Oonhnin dutectlvp of pollen do I urlnu nt llMidrtchd conuw Into xu vnfiloii of cult with words written In Mood over Glrlown nixing to effect that ho wan Innocent starving and confined Going to Olelows studio Henri Idtntlllos cuff IIH his muster Hetiit tells of straiiRo Inllucne Jlanllrnil hud uvnr aitlow llendrlcks comes to conclusion Hnntlnnl was the mar derer ahd through hypnotism mad Olclow confess hath In person to Henri nnd by let ttrw to oilier Iliindrlulu and l1111111111 ro to KoliH retreat Kola tine tlieitMlIi loW III dllIl sail to 11100 Ills lcrpIICIII- IIIIt powers clnits to KO to detective1 noinv In hlti astral body and hnntr Uuk u Hlble which Is handed to IHmdrUks amidst o lot of oovult balderdash Kola warns do leetlve a attempt Is to be Hindu on his life Iteachlnt homo IIlendrlcks loams how nearly Kola had deceived him when his mother tells of dlsuppciiruncuof Illblt utter tine of Kolua calls during bis nhsviipf in lloston Co in I n it now to Olelows exp r lenses tho story goes brick to night of mur dOt whun Hnnllnnl by his xtrango poHtrI ahduottd his 1ctlm Olelow values In nur row ctll and realises ho Is starving lliin tlnnl tells his prisoner he Is In his paws And hw during three days of iinronsoloim ness ho had tn on used to write totters to bliss II Unhiii ton nml the polka The Im iirlsoned artist manages to loosen n Stone tn side of cell Through this avcniiiK IIII pushes hU curt out with Its bloody mrs sage to the outr world Hvrgt Ueiiham not having known of llondrlcks connection with the affair comes to him for advice This brings out tact that curt was found near palisades Deteetlvo Is now convlnctd at Identity of Kola and Ilantlnnl and MO Informs Dunham CllATTKU XIXpCoNTisu8n At this juncture the ofllue boy ic turned with the parcel for the doctor and they saw that lie Will iiccoinpnnltci by Miss UUllt1ncton 1 do hope you will pardon my Intrii mlonshe sold humbly to HcndrluUii who had hastily risen to meet her but It Bccmetl Impossible to wnlt longer III tome Wont you tell me If you have Bade any progress Wore made some In the right direc tion atilt Ilendrlcks reflectivelyl I tome alt down n moment You look awfully cold Yon have stet Dr Imnii kin anti thus U Scrgt Denhnin of the detective bureau We arc till world UK Mar youYou tt say you have done KomethlncV Herod the young lady ns site sat down aenr the rndhitor Ohl do hOIlII11 aii oat afraid to risk In her agitation she seemed unable to ncludu her remark Wo know where iinntinnl IB ex Inlned IlcndrlcUs rind an you Isnoxv we have rcuKons Blronjr reasons In ict for believing that Mr Olclow was in his power only a tow days sign You annul not be too hopeful however for you must realize that It would be gainst Huntinnti Interostn to allow your friend to live and be n ItnHa gainst him iurdon me for not be Jug able to put vh Nltuatlon before you wore dclhn tel but J do not want to talk false hop They saw hcH hrlnlc under the word Wee n flower plf ncd before the open door of n furnace flhc seld nothing Hen iriclis bit his Up nnd pulled his board ns Jf angry nt hlmselr lie tried to throw n Pptonlt snore hopeful liug Ito hIs tnnes as lIejj v it I w J3 yfyi I IAntlnnlllclleIl everything possible shrill be done for him Dr Unipldn hits already sent for tho necessary medicines Wo wort Just getting ready to Mart Have you yourself nay hope that Mr Glolpw may be found hlln lIt nuked tho young lady IIH she rose lIcndrlcltR looked down lilt may sound paradoxical he sold but I bane my hopes In regard lto his tote on Ills statement mode perhaps two days ngo that he was Marvlnp Oh dont say thrill tried Mss Huntlngton You see went on Ilendrleks they till moved towards the door Htiiitlnnl placed him In confinement for a Purpose If he had not desired that Ok low should bo kept alive for awhile ho would have put him out of the way nt once It looks as If the count Intended to let him live for nwhllo and IIIIH fur gotten to give him attention Mss Huntlngton laid her hand on Hcndrlcka arm I am going to risk a great favor she said tremulously I want to go with you If ho istend I should like to be there at once you know and If he U nllve I could help sIlcndrlchs taco fell Ho glanced dubiously nt the sergcnnt nail Ur Lnmpkln then his face slowly cleared up- II really dont see why you couldnt go he said I pulse ordered n closed slime tinge till we went In rind mote the or rent and then you certainly would come In hdndyj t OJi you nre so goodshe exclaimed Please do not lose any ulnae cU1 nu xx As the carriage was ascending the grtuunl Incline of the riiggrirl lead through the wood surrounding the old iniiiulon thc four occupant agreed that to prevent duty viiBpliKon of tlfcir Iiitent hums entering the mind of Coin the sergeant and Minis IIusiiiI tan were to remain inside the carriage with the blind down while I llcndrjcks nnd Dr liiinplilii went In And Juritt before getting out t+ lieu the door wasrenchcd llciulrlckfi chid tn the Furgonnt Keep n good ooh 0a1 mind Ifs he should cucnptr UK uud make a brook for the front stop him All right agreed the olllccr Rill ho Hiulled npulogollenlly at Mlsa Hunting lou at ho took out a big revolvettt and laid ItOil the sent lielwceti them laiiipUln lull ilendrlchs hnd their re velvets conked ready for use Itt tho pockets of IItIrOspncOats 1I1tluul been agreed that thtyvtore to take Kola by Kiirprlsij got him well under lire and then vnlnily deiimnd the res toration of tthe prisoner Oiling up tho steps MendrluUs and niopltlii found time big front door open und ns no one I fl lilt to answer their ring they were hesitating ns to what course to pursue when Kola thrust his cowled head through the curtain and called out cheerily Oh hello Come right III gentle men VIien they went limbo the room In which Kola hind entertained them the night before Ithey found the windows lightsburningt 1 have Just gut up mid the Indian with a Hiiille That performance last night took till the strength out of me I hope Ill never have to go through that curl of thing again to convince anyone of my ability In that line You wont have to my boy replied the detective Hut I want to have a tulle with you I lunowII know nit down nilKola waved lib hand at the lounge on which lie hind reclined the preceding night but it Mute been moved ngaliiKt the wall lie ml down In n chair ut a table Ilendrlcks and Lampkln hot hi obeyed The former thrust his hand Into the pocket of his overcoat anti grasped the butt of Imes revolver Kola he begun I have reasons for thinking Otelow Is alive and hued one the Indian broke In with a laugh Listen to me llcndrlck What If I should tell you thin you are yourFleudthnli I electric button under my hand I could hurl you both into eternity r A startled look UnMied tutu the face of the detective lh looked above him and then down at his feet flyGodI Dont move a muscle or raise n fir ger If you wunt tlmo to say your prayer chuckled Kola fur as sure is you sit there you will be tend la- n minute The rug under your feel rovers somu tluin hoards over n cavern 200 feet deep With all your shrewd ness you hove never suspected me but you do suspect Count Uantlnni nail It pryingfurthertwice to get you out of my way and I do not Intent to fall this time Now genuinedelightface Id get you n mirror Hcndricks but to do 110 Id have to take my hand oft the button- I can ask only one thing said perspirationI What is that asked lola with smile foriwhn I I for him broke In tho Indian You teal see that n end rlclell Lampkln was speechless with sur prise Ho had been slow to grasp the awful seriousness of their predicament but when he did It completely un nerved cluck Kola Ill himj1 j I Its as as allow MyI Indian pal has bccom slinky and threatened to desert mo ii- II sprung time trap on you I must paclf him mutt show him how safe vo an I could explain to your driver out timer I that an accident had happened mmitl m tine would tjtlnk of blaming me rI I Then although their eyes were glued to Kolas filnlMcr face they oUy served the Kllk curtains behind the hlf dlan stiV as from n breeze then the cur alas parted cautiously and Sergt Dcnham peered In They saw from the wondering gaze of his wideopen eyes that lie was mystified by their xm expected silence their white frees tun the halfcrouching attitude of time In dian as he leaned over Iletable hix stiff fingers on the button Like n Hash a plan of action cane to Hcndricks and Its suhtlllty was worthy of hlsgreut Intellect The words he called out the next InMant he hoped would stay the tenth touch of the murderer and fur tumult a key to their predicament to Dcn ham Hold one secondI ho cried know something you ought to know Kola We are completely In your pow er I know that when you press that electric button we hull be hurled Into the pit helots hut you must listen Kolas enjoyment seemed IntciiKC- II dont what to hear anything fruit you he laughed Oct ready Ilendrlcks drew n deep breath The matt Martling feature of the situation t was that Dcnhaiu did not seem to corm prehend their perk Ho half smiled n If he thought HendrlckR wore playing one of hiir practical jokes on his tram before arresting him Times up announced the Indian Uenhainjork him backwiirdyelled I llcndrlck and in the sudden shock ofI astonish nteol over the pu7ltng rout mand the Indian Involuntarily raided1 his finger from time button ins the sit flu tiou hccmcd to Hash upon Dcnham Like n projectile hurled train home YOU WILL BH DEAD IN A MINUTE powerful destroying machine he sprang at Kola He caught him by the throat nnd pulled him over the lIncle of hisI chair Ilendrleks sprang from the rug dragging the nlmoM Inactive doc fur with lion Kola wriggled In Den hints clutch and managed to get titI his feet Itut with ills lingers digging Into the Indians throat the sergeant bore him backwards over the table In the struggle Kolas shoulder pressedt down on the electric hutton There was a crash of timbers under the lounge just vacated and with a dull subter ranean rumble till flooring over that spot disappeared In n yawning black hole Ilendrlcks wns beside himself with rage as he towered over the now pas she Indian Oh you dirty scnntphe ejnciilatvd He took n pair of hnndcuff from his pocket and fastened theta on Kolas wrists The Indians face wns the color of ashes I Downed me after nil he said re lgnedly You dirty puppy wax nil that lien tricks Deemed abb1 to say but In II nurncnt he wnc perfectly saint Kola he sold firstly we wunt I blow Tho Indian sat down in his chair Ho hail grown canner and now n sort of dogged smile played over his face Oh you dot ho snld almost with a sneer And we arc going to have hits aid cd Hcndricks Xcer sold Kola It doesnt aunt me to give him to you I know I im good for the electric chair anyway no why should I tell you where he 1tit There Is not another man ally tlutjt knows tho secret entrance to his celt You would have to blast away this whole lull of stone to get at him nnd then youd not II nd him olive The last time I saw him two days ago he was dying of starvation Huh Ole IOWB suffering and death IIs all time suit isfaction I shall have out of the bust nets You will find enough of fur elec i 1 tion in labw tu uiciows where i nbotits You will utter know lint trap me answered the Indian Ilendrlcks fnco foil Ho signaled Dr Lnmpkln to follow and led the way downstairs In the bnremcnt they found nothing 1of note except a trunk bearing the in itials of Wcldon Caruthers Thats what he brought the body lnH sold Ilendrlcks- In the big collars below they found directlyI under the troll Kola lord sir ranged the yawning opening of n deep pit An awful hole sold Ilendrlcks as he turntul away He pointed to some copl ing lime light dn the theaters Thats whcru he cremated the body section by section ho said He thought as most murderers do that his secret war well guarded They searched through rill the rooms of the cellar and then llcniLricks slopped We arc losing time he grunted III disappointment I believe Kola told the truth about hits being the only outs who knowe the secret of Olelows hid ingplace I am tiUo Mire thus OHovv IK Mimcwhero under ground Wo have Keen one cavern std It I is not mum Iikely that there are others It taN long been believed that they mini under this hill Cant you think of some plan to wring the truth from that Imp Tbey haul puts before the titter of a Mule room where n dim light slum over till transom Lampkln tried ttits Jlteh and finding the door unlocked lie pushed it open The mum lad shelves on nil three of Its walls and tlurhr shelve were well illicit with allsuitauf bottles His IIIIJIrntrbuill LnMijiklu Xo 1 cannot tell you what to dp Aid I hnv U 1IIIIIIe- nlc doctor tool down a bottle und rend the label nil thou uncorked und applied itUi his none lither he said This bottle re minds mo of tin experiment miner bun performed nt a medical college A thief was made toconfets under the Inllicncf of ether In the HrM Mages of anaesthe sia a subject almost invariably befimev tnlkntlvu null will talk about exicJ what he desires most to keep hack lid tug it upstairs for the JOVM o- fnurtycried tilt detective It cant do any harm As they entered the receptionroom 1 Kolas questioning glance beeamv flied on the bottle in the doctors linnd Huh lie grunted you need nut try to sire me that I wont take It Vied me a towel Hendrlcks wni iill the doctor sold He spoke lllii a dr tcrmlned man who Is thoroughly Angry Hcndricks darted lute n bathroom nearby and returned with the required article Xow lay his lordship oa lime fioor the tatter said Kola wriggled like nn eel bat xwKn lie tot rclun at his I head and Vvrft Dcnhams determined hands nt lm1r fet they sons hind hint laid out Or Lttuu kit folded the towel Into the shape nf M funnel and saturated it with the fluid from the bottle Then he started to 1U- It over Kolas mouth anti nose Hold on give him one immure ehanon tittered Ilendrlcks Where 1IB Glcloa Kola Thu only answer the Icriianr marfc Tits to close hill lips tightly Time devil Is trying to hold his hremttIiuricd Lampkln Ill show him a trick that will bent that I OM maket him take It And holding the towel ores tolas non with tutu left lance he IIlfr tn punch him violent ly In the chest t tits proceeding mado the Indian gasp till dapdraughtsITO mi ooNTiNunnJ Taking flu llUkn- Xo mini expostulated Col Knip tuck bathing In rough wntah Is a- very well atilt taw tho young folho but not tow me unh Nut fnw IItCII lint why not colonel Why sal I might swallow lOur wntnh unawares Jiah Thin why nod sah HhiMrntcJ American Onnrilril Mntrlinony Mrs White Well Kdnn timid Sydney lire married at lost and are bare tbe happy for n more hartnleos and mrlitMrs Bright Ah I met 1 ttitlfai itch Boston Ceurlca tINININININININININININ11NINNINININININLIINNli iI III One Years See lngni Weedingii i diseasefhiehyoumay ruenthebutiInii thereit 1sJplrlll11 i Jfcodj 8ailZa 1 1 PLIGHT OF A BASHFUL MAN lie Wo o til have done If He Could Ilnve Mu in in it n pit Ui Con mice toAd fur hut lint I always inns n bashful sort of a follow nshe1 of tie lie was dmiiiK out with friends and wJMied them to understand his tempera IlieUl 1 heforeJit I hehlhousekeepersmore strut and when 1 went in I forgot nitjir j thehulltluahomeI sattierMI ben your pardon I said nakedforbewllderedOI got a stitchI m my heart We went on tnlkine omit I thought that whllI hilIflit up I could sneak that hut but111 talked lIIewII nnythint i0III1 just waited Then the clock toolungI I la it inoonliKhty ntkcil the 280jiound lady 1 raid it teas nnd knew she wailed rime to ashforI she MI goyIhat I said Whnt linty MyI lint 1icrelslt1v itayltupIliiio looked much nt iipiin but no inoro than that woman 1 thcuUulliunil Iniir Nlnuara InllN Iaturalunm- u AiiKiiht lf tho IK friar rontu will run their iinuutil uxcurhlon to NhiKiirn FalN Tho rato will lo only 7IHI from elthor lIn I torthpo0dluII Im lluox will all cxriirhlou tickets via the IllK huts route Fur full liifonuatlou call on your local fluent or itildrc Warren J Lynch ti I1 A lug hour route riiifltmtitl 0 She scorned nil hnr wooers fn long Ithud now lie i dooiuru n beI an old inuitl for till rest of hill life Well tthat MCWS like n jilt mutant for uehn contempt of court Ill1111 II lI Ill Ihslletin Pain Conquered Health Re stored by Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound LETTEK TO uxs riNKiiAu NO 9JGI11 1 feel It my duty to wrlto mind titanic you for what your Vegetable Com pound has sotto for me It IIs this only medicine I have found that lias done me any good Ileforc taking your medi clime I was nil run down tired nil the time no appetite pains in my hack and bearing down pains tune u great RUt ferer during menstruation After tak ing two bottles of Lydia H 1iiiKlinms Vcgetablo Compound I felt like a new woman I am now on my fourth battle timid nil my pains have left me 1 feel better than I have felt for three years unit would recommend your Compound to every suffering woman I hope this letter will help others to find n euro for their troubles Mils DeLLA llKMICKKU llKNHHKtAKII INI devetopfrompain and ache IIIIH u cause mutt tho warning they give should not bo disre garded Mrs Plnhhnni understands thcso phIelunudvlcu who It puzzled about her health Mrs Iinkhnmh iiddrciA it- sIytinMass Dont put off writing until health is completely broken down Write tit the llrst indication of trouble wuL DOUGLAS 3350 SHOES UNION MADE Worth 14 to 10 comvared with other make- sIndorsedby olr1000000 wearers ALL LEATHERS ALL STYLES Till UKXIIXK k W U lllmi milprie4 elf pea 411a Take no iitxtltutn cUtmeil inliflMKxiil Inrirrit nukrrl mil U sad1 tisu shoe In the world vnnrdeslerhuuldkee- rthetaIt out wn will feml you a nalrn rrcoiptot price Kt kiwi uC leather Ire snit wIAll plain ur cap too Cwlutuano n Fmco- tv L DOUGLAS SHOE CO Orockton M- atsARTERS INK1s what all tho great railways use x All neat TbIn 1 t t fj c p s ll- i l- v lI lT e r L i 11 U U =WORSE THAN CRANKS Ceremonlnts of the Flogging Broth eraJ of New Mexico Cruel Whlpiilnir n niul SIfllllllelelI- COllrhl of the Itnlhmh AvIiiHl Crucifixion Uue of Vlivlr pile Bpoclnt Now Mexico hotter The Kncyclopedin llrltlaiilcn is re cnrdcd by tIIos1llcholors HH thoroughly reunite III nil the subjects of which H treats And us a rule that be lief IIx doubtless w Cll founded Yet in one subject It Is very much in error null nut It alone hilt nil encyclo pedias and worhw of reference It says that till Order of tint Flagellantcs wart nbollsliid by papal vale many years ngo and Ithat the last known public ceremony of the fraternity took place in the southI of France home time about CO years ago Now in spite of these authorities i- f7uutyhtlkrmyOII eyes tlilH order Is Mill In existent and flourishing fur I liave seen Its ceremonies several time witnessed Us Cruel whippings and nelf Inllleted KourglngH of tit nuked bod let of its OIIlIhIlIlIeI seen till actual cm elflxlon of its members At1 iitoll New Mexico a station of the main lira of the Santa IV Overland railway at San KafaclNind San llIlu1 near Irnnts ntatlon at Ceholleta liitin r Tafoya and several other snout Mex towns in New Mexico and south ern Colorado or fraternities of this Third Order of St Irancls still exist They term themselves tit Confradln dc Mncstro Padre Jesus The first tiny I saw the openair monies of this strange fraternity was in u New Mexico town where large lumbers of white men and women as ticnhlcd on the hillsides of II small can yon In which the niornda irclnircli of tit penltentcs was located 11ten It Willi IIItlI tintI I II tutu anaitlrn several of the Mexican rituals of tit members of the lagelliintcs came to me and with guns and revolvers pointed at me commanded that II put It away I refused nnd called upon my white friends to rally round me thin of then was a man well known to tin Mexicans 111111 in pretty plain speech Till CM UJC I JM XI ON- he told them thatt I wits there to IIUIIII I had n perfect right to do so long as 1 kept far enough away not to Interfere with their religious ceremonial Con sequentlyI I was enabled to make some photographs which unfortunately the pilfering of an employe has de pried me of titter some singing std the playing ofn fife Inside the logbuilt the pcnltcntcs enlarged There were everal of thou Koch votary had a mask hood over his head which com pletely covered his face and excluded nil of recognition even by loin most Intimate frlunds The upper part of the body was entirely nude the scot were bare and tho only garment Worn was a pair of cotton drawers liueh man held In his hand a scourge n threerootlong whip with n flaplike end having the shape tint appearance of n jlejclblo spoon This wins made of yucca and cactus and the spoonshaped end wna n largo lent of the prickly pear one of the most thorny of all the cruel caotitBca of the south veat The whole scourge was filled with the uplucii of cactuses and no sooner did the proeos sUw form nun move forward ench thlIl1tof these cruel BcuurgeM v Ire whirled over the ehou18cr7 hit brought down with resounding thwacks upon the bare backsof those religious fanatics Every third step the back was beaten and now mitt again we could hear thu halfsmothered shriek of the Selfwhip porn as the piercing thorns penetrated this flesh it h not long Inforo the blood ran In tiny stream down their backs and the white drawers were stained crimson lilt nothing daunted the fanatic fury uf his hand On they maruhod led by the lifer who played a most doleful air accompanied by tho equally doloroun singing of the guide Several hundred yards up the canyon n largo cross lynx standing and the whipping continued each third step until this cross was reached Then the llngcllontcH threw themselves face downward prostrateI before tie cross and lily theta fur MHIIC time while prayers wtro nlYorcd by the Herman Mayor the cross wan marched around tend thus the prouesHlon re turns In like manner to tho morada Two dnyx in succession these whip pings continued and on tin third day i a secret crucifixion of a ictim chosen beforehandI took place Formerly hem crucifixions were In public but wince tint advuntI I of the railway the white man the indefatigable tourist IKNITKNTKS ON Till 1VIY1U CAhVAHY ican lodges cere morada possibility fiNing and II hili lilt IIII ncwsHtpor reporter IIt hits been deemed desirable to hold then in saertt Many others besides myself hire wit iicxsed these crucifixions The cross Is prepared and the victim hooiled m before described Is stretched upon ItI as it rests upon till ground In tin eases I have witnessed the ponltontct were tied with rawhide aslant to mho arms of the cross Other rent an 1111 sos were thin fastened to the stand aril nail arms anti at a given signal cross null victim were raised the standard dropped Into a hole several feet chip unit there suspended as wilt Christ the worshiped Son of 2nd I IWttlI be human anal earth ttuonintd this fanaticalI I feclfmiirdcrcr until the Her inano Mayor ordered I tit cross to he lowered The victim wan cocrcd with a white sheet1 anti thus carried to Iiu atiradnItI I II wellknown fuel that whim tlicM crucifixions took place there were always soma of the victim win died rant Mich wan tit power anti iilluenco of Ithe ortftinlatlon 1t1111m impossible was It to secure cither evidence or conxiclion that nothing was dour or even attempted to arrest tilt accom purrs of Mich fanaticalI crimes II have now in my pomcsslon the complete ritual of thin order given to me by a recalcitrant member In It full particulars are given its lo ss1111 may join men women nnd children as young as till years The modes of penance are described the regular form of which Is the pricking of tho flesh over I tit kidneys by theI picador with a purr of flint or glass Thcso wounds arc also to lie hclfMoiirged lull then It is the dutyof the coadjutor to wash the wounds with rosemary water pins penance Ithat I hunt stilt publicly performedI Ithe tying of targe pieces of till minimi or walking stick cactus on tit bare back and breast null rolling over anti over on theta to force the cruel spines Into the flesh A common scourge Is made of fenco wire to which cactuses are fastened niul sclfpnnlshmcnt Inflicted with It They will occasionally crawll with mitt knccB over tit lunge Hplneeoxerod leaves of the tuna or prickly pear mid nt Kastcr time the carrying of licavy crows Is a regularly prescribed penance itJ Is a common sight to wit ness several men each with a frightfully heavy cross over Ills shoulder slowly Iind painfully plodding towards their fanatic Calvary Strong men will fltll- gJll mil absolutely faint under this henry though srI ingwed loads mitt they Lira Kourged back to life by their lircthrcn and compelled to resume tho Ireadful journey a veritable Via Do 101OHIlto tho appointed Calvary I guru seen such crosses mule of henry tree logs from IS to SO feet long and viol crossbar 8 feet In length Their hvcitfht eon well be imagined A KISSING DUG PANIC Hevr n Whole Street Cur W vimiil jr the Adyeptuc u UarHlnK NiVcllw- V 4 1 rrr v It happened on u trolley enVxitpon f which the Sauiterer was a piiKhhnkiu nn evening or two ago WhetMMt wai the result of an Injfentlonnl attempt to play n practical joke or whether It till came about as lIltlt of n lint irE 1 lulstako was no apparent at the tle nor has It become no sine lint a whatever may hove been tutu cause Itwas successful just the sainti TIio car was coming In from one of I this nearby summer resorts It was 1 crowded from one tlul to the thernud I R lot tit people were luiuglng on the I side footboards Suddenly Something Ilel +V limo the car with n whlwtlng and a wlilrrlng of wings Look out everybodylI ciiiuo in startled tones tram h reorscutthires- n ItlHsIng bug It was Impossible for everybody to loop out In the literalsenseI of lilt phrase Hut tvrryttoibtill hU or her li st to dodge tho attack tit the muted bug Such a dtiuklnjf of hinds and a throwing up of hinds fntllIttllK tutu elbows face guards was never Itrfurn stilt lint even In u prlxe ring lhlIchorus of feminine shriek that went up could have been Marti three ll1nnI away Dont lett him bite milTunics1 I him oil oolih p1eiise Inlft him I Look out IICB right behind you Let tut get out conductor stop the dir and let mo get out I Tliesie west fair samples of the cries that went up The tar WRit liiHly stopped If It hadnt been there is no telling what might Intro linppnncd for hull n doen wotnon were on till verge of throwing thenwlves olV without waiting for a stoppage When tin wheels erased rolling some young fel low braver thrn tit rest fuw tit hug within rcnclilnff distance lull made Ia grab fur IIIHe got the insectI and held It upHrl umphniltly for Inspection Hero he is Jie shouted rid Inv kissing hug hilt you neednt br nfralU girls Ive got hint lust j t4 Tlien some tint urowdiTd Qvcr fpr n closer look Hub the latter exehilnn IcUs lag hug nothing vista a ilnrnlng ueudle and nothing else He Wouldnt kiss a Venus lit alone some of tho peo ple I see In this tits bet the wheeltI roll Mr Conductor And the whpcN 1ld roll to MIMICHIVII panlinentI of hearty laughter front tit passengers Philadelphia1 Inquirer ECONOMICAL ABUSES rime unit Knrruy 1valvii In hilts hUh lo Mivc n lllilt In Iptndiltin There arc many ways to mlsmio lime iiodn gift to humanity but one of tho nioKt prevalentJ among wollmeanlug kvoinen as also out of the most tie iloruble becaiiKu the least realitd Ilit the amuse of practical economy fur In her great desire to save the iivcrago tvomiin losijs sight of Inttnnrdlate ex liuiihojt We till know theI I woman who saves five cents In tar alit unit as a re lint spends len centsI fur hcudachu pow leri limit perhaps In no departnifiit Is conomy moru iiimituivrt ti od null ibused than n j k tping mattuih With the firm O t abe IIH gutting something frI iIhruid- cd mis 1 lionsi keeper will waste her lute taut onergy In utlllxntf old odds nnd ads whloii him llnully cIIrtlllnto piiiklvt inoiutrpsltln or in sold founding mlMiire that ut but poor ubMtltutihI for artleleo that euh hit IrC- hlllllll for a fm ccni The truly tru lomleal hoiisekurprr wl Iny artlna I hunt aro lint Ii orti tiu nut kubstantalI otliif lesik monir tan usunlly rx itinied upon trenU jirmmslin und shah would briny niiiubi there bd iccoklon to sell thf m navy times TNwro I bin the honitprcdiKed wrk litn It conies to mixlUK c iiajijund for vanhlng or for many other ScuselrtdI- 4tblI till praefcr1 vovj rrnsons that tlw wfllknown proptivtay article toast bi unirltorloi ei Nc they couid liCit maintain their iiuttbn and he would rather trust tixsfciirlngtfoud flirts front toreI tui of vldryHiUer tlIhtdI Klandard jirupnrations thit hin teen perfecteil tlircmf ncleulifk n earch than to pin Ih r filth Ii l hme evict or mixture npommcndid by ome friend or neighbor who is ever eady to try any ttonomlcai Idea or uggeMioi regard of I the expemll tort of time and labor that is Invotvud Have you ever thoughtof the many I lours that art mUimud during the I ear with makeshifts that rnsujt In rnsted enirgy and worrlmuntV When rouien scathe mho true mennlng of conomy Ihcy1SII1 place more Impor unco upon tlielr tlmu curl will RpJlItel lito the benefitt to be erred front tho IIIIU of standard iiousehold preparo Ions and other aiixlllaries easily pro urcd at nay grocery or general store Ladles World Kronen Irinonnilr Frozen lemonado in simply a rich Ktllt lemonado put Into tit freezer 11111 turned occasionally till frozen soft ko cafo frappe It In nerved in lem nado mugs A good proportion is n uart of water into which n pound of IIIIJrllr Is dissolved and tho juice of four Illme lemons added Add tho grated shlll of ono of the Icmoua for additional 11avorlngX Y Post 0 tItli jj i I The Monetary Problem TILE MONEY LENDERS FOLLY iila Clreed la the Svrnmbln for bald HUM IH JHnny Cart Over tuiiprd Unit The money lender nays to himself that if ho can make money scarce there will be n scramble for It until Interest rates will bo nigh This WitS one of the Impelling causes of thu guM stand jrd But wo see exactly the opposite result taking place Tho rule of Inter mi inns fallen along with the prlciH 3f commodities There hUll bruit no ex ception to the rule and Shyloclt IH now glad to get four and five per cent fur inly a fractional purl of his money when in former times he could readily lend It all at eighteen tutu twelve In the fienryof his greed lie killed tit joosu tint laid the golden egg and now he sees ills yellow hoards stacked ap and idle In his vaults because the Contraction of tho currency hassolni i loveriMied Industry that men man no longer nIVord to pay Interest on money io do hutdnchs with There is no profit fit a declining market and coiiMquent 1 ly tacit stand idle until Shy lock grinds his tuetli with rage because ho cannot lend Ills money Still he will not learn ficnsc and do thl only thing that will vesture prosperity and create a demand for lib money HutI another tutu hue principal rcnmm for the establishment of the gold Maud ard wits theI certain knowledge that a contracted currency would createt pov arty in the prices of property and Shylock hoped to curry this principle to Ithe extent of possessing himself of ill the property of Ids neighbors Here iigaln ills greed his In a measure de feated huts purpose for In many In unless property lugs depreciated to such an uxlunt tint Sliyloek cannot nt ford to pay tho taxes and peep up tho necessary Improvements It suit conse quentlyI we sue fieldsI rank with weeds ramshackle and unpaiutcd hurts and IIOUHCS lute fences Ithat no longer pon tins any terrors for wandering Mock Abundant money not only Increases prices of property and produce lint it ttlmulntcs enterprise creates an active dtMnand for cash brings Ithe whole vtock of money Into use and liilMn IIllu rates of Interest It IK strange that money lenders cannot and will not situ Hits natural order of things especially Iv lien the facts tare spread tint undue theirI very unties Take our Missouri lead mining Klon this as an Instance The demand for lead broughtI millions of dollars IntoI titI tout li western sent Ion of till state Im mediately prices Inuit to jump n mar velous energy was Infused Into the people of that section dormant towns aad villages became rampant with vlg irons life nut restless enterprise and the books OUT whose counters Ihe cob webs had grown suddenly found them selves unable to meet theI demand for money ail more money and with this jeniand came an Increase Iu the dis count rate to the old wartime basin TIll hanks urn now compelled to re main open both day lull night and a portion of each Sunday In order to meet the requirements+ of their eager Lustomcrs lint tills is not sill Not oily are loans at high rules of Inter tIl Pushy made huh I they urn secure because tho borrowers err making money tutu nut readily mtct Itheir oh Ration How strange It Is that money lenders and those win profess lo lie adepts In the wlcnce of finance annot or will nut see this plain law if common sense IIf we could onlyI jut rid of the curne of Ithe slight gold ttandard we would soon tier conditions like those In the lend mining districts lf this state prevailing all over tho ountry Mississippi Valley DemocratI Wlilili Ito You 1rtfirrll- lmetalllsm Will raise the level of irlces In tthe countries where tourI wheat otton and meats turn sold This would nulls our farmers to pity their debts mprnvn their farms ami purchase the iroduetH of manufacturers thereby urnishlng employment to labor and irostperity to the whole country Tills 1M democraticI doctrine The republican iiirty talks shunt protection and at the iimo time is seeking to force thcAmcri 11111 farmer to compete for gold against t he ryot of lath till fellah of Egypt tad thoI coolie of rhino Which do yon irefer Inirlnila Vnhir The Intrinsic value of gold has not hanged for SU years MIVB tho gold nig I reply Neither host the In rlnslc value of wheat or corn but the ommcrclnl value bust changed and fccnuse of legislation brought about ty on ThoI possessor of gold has been icncfltcd the raiser of when and corn 11111 been injured No honest intelll 1tIIt truly patriotic man can dclvnd cgislatton that Injures the most JJII tortunt IndustrlcH of tho country Xntlnnnl Potter Moving U sl New York World Some tiny soon he cost IsI going to realize the full iieautng of the fact that the center ut population in this country Is JII the Cato of Indiana and Biovlug toward tbe UulI111111 J n c GOLD DEBTS Klturie Htnnilnril Still CialMlag Prep CoinHiru Would Drive out All the Geld Thejjold mon arc still claiming fret v coinage would drive all too gold out of circulation and bung us to u silver c- bush Then those who have promised to pity In gold would bo unable to get It except at a high premium nnd would be ruined If there isJ anything that a gold worshiper will not say In order to fittingly paint the horrors V oi free coinage wo hope never to hear it or see It in print Wo Ira told that un der Irco coinage the great banks and trust companies soul tiny off their dc posltorx with rtlKcnt dollars Btlll the bankers as a class ere fairly frantic In their opposition to aynettnurc whloh thesv Mitt Is going to give them profit 4 of M cents on each dollar of thclr eitor iiious deposits Their pious souls re of volt at the Idea Again It Is claimed that those owing debtH payablo In gold would btu ruined because ot the high premium they would be compelled to pity for gold toad yet strange to sty the holders oi gold mortgages arc wild with fear nt the tliought iff being paid III gold dbj tars at Iu promiiim or falling to got the gold bo compelled to foreclose null take the mortgaged property nt hall Its value Their Christian sensibilities lire hhhckedat tho thought What noiueithol If the great banks would double their money ah a result of free oolnlige dons nnylfody doubt that they would jump at tho ohancot If this holders of gold Mortgages would Increase their value by forcing gold to u premium would Ithey lot such an op portiinlty go by l Uy every trick nod sohemo of manipulation known to finance they turn working to add to their accumulated millions nilI the limo mite ln11dltt thatI theyt oppose freo coin ago In the interest of the laboring ulna the savings bank depositor and the down trodden Ihhlorlt ought to bd apparent to any person of usual In telllgcncc that they lire looking strictly for themselves that the gold Htand urd gives theta certain advantages which they might lose under free coin ago iud lienco their opposition Lice till other claims of tho gold standard people lids one Mules many assump tions null absurdities It assumes lint several hundred millions of dollars In gold are to be driven out of circulation making money scarce and at the name time cheaper Jt assumes tint thu Tnlted States tin greatest and riehra of nations IN going to stop using gold nod still gold becomes dearer and mora dltllcult to gut CHEAP VERSUS DEAR MONEY llotv Ihe ViirliMin Purlieu Clilrlly In IrriiliMl Art Ifnliil lix lulu IrCNfllt OlllllllOIIH Tlio men who tire dealing In money or speculating In MockH those who draw ti regular Income In cusp or whoso chief occupation Is clipping coupons front bonds having no littered In tlio prices of produce and not concerned about the rate of wages or how many men are out of employment arc very naturally sup porters of till gold standard Their chief concern IB to hunt money os dour as possible so that their Income be red atively large and at tho sumo unto their expenses be relatively small Suppose a capitalist to hurt nn In como of say u hundred thousand dol In IM With money dear and hence price for tIlt necessaries anti luxuries of life low It Is plain ho can save much tutors of It than ho could If money wits chem er and prices higher With this extra surplus ho clue purchase still mare In comeproducing property thus gaining n still further advantage nut this prow ens he mutt repeat as long as the condi duns remain This IsI of course very satisfactory nnd pleasant for the capitalist hut how Is It with the producer With dear money and consequently low prices for his products his Income IIB greatly re duced while his taxes his Interest and Iris money debts remain tho minus and not Infrequently consume nearly his en tire Income HO that nt the rail of tho yens after providing tho barest necessi ties hit perhaps flntls Instead of n stir plus a considerable deficiency This If not so satisfactory or pleasant for the producer Now us hlnictulllstH wo do not belleva In favoring either clown nt UfO experts of the other butt would treat both fair ly Wo would have good Bound money neither dear nor cheap 110 that both capitalists and prdduccrs may malts reasonable profits rind neither lave jutst enlist for complaint And this policy wo bdlcvo would bo mho best for till thus people With cheaper money mid hlfflt cr prlccB the producer can pay bin taxaii interest and debts with lctH of hlINprtHl1f nets mid thus hnvo n surplus ttrwtlwal- for necessaries and luxurlea J r Ifdt1Rhlr If an airship IttIllghty t i rIAr ot U U Very apt to I4 Newi1 s c 4 I L 4 4- xx 1 y 4 r J Fr a a x 11i i 1 4 1 1 sa 1r l 4 11 itr YJ4fi TY I TT 1 I Prr tt- t 1 I r t i 1 t II11i J 1 t tt i Ii l i II 11- II j I ItI t T i I i M I Yb ii tl 4 k x1f d r- r 1 1J jJ KldfMJjr lid tremble preys upon the iiiIf wind dfccouwfes and IWHHMW yfflrjflifambltion beauty vigor and hiirfttlnm enon disappear when tho i Iridntys are out of order nrdlwwed For bwamprROOt the treat kidney remedy At drug gilts Sample hottlo by mail free also paRipblct Address Dr Kilmer Co Uaghamton N Y COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0- 1trTo Insure Insertion ALL corrf nndenco must bo in this office by Monday night or tlhpck and that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict In duty and we want to say tbnt henceforth they will not receive paper except fur the week they Imvo news lottery We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to teat Inconvenience DAYSBORO DOINGS Alonr0 Jones was in Uaynboro Mon day of last week Mrs John E Brooks hns been some what worse for a few days Dr Nickels of Hirel Green wan called to BOO K 0 Lnty Monday Grant Licy of Hazel Green was up to see his home folks Sunday Several of our citizens went up to Sylvester Norman for dinner Sunday Born Saturday the Oth to the wife of G M Spencer n boy Willian Jo Black burn Goobel John Nickell Jo A IT S 1robard and Miss Norah Scott nil went to Frozen creek to church Sunday Elsworth Lncy who has been living in Texas for n few years returned to this again and in at his mothcrn HP Klace Ids family with him and will in old Wolfo again We probnblrlocn1o him and his home again as he and thn writer has been friends since childhood Sept la99 OIIAIILII STILLWATER SfAKKLES 11 It Carrol IU fixing to sow some wheat this week Miss Nanlo Oreach of Leo county was viftilintc on this creek IInat week Dr J F Tnttn wife of this creek visited herKon and daughter in Jump too last week Charley Hall of Lee county hns been among us for a while buying waliui stumps for ohipping B D Italic jr in getting out a fine lot of tics and utavc on the Old Meeting house branch School has begun thin morning with Lou E Chambers in teacher in District No 1after a wcokH vacation Mrs Ella Faulkner who wont to Wis consin this spring with her husband S P Faulkner lots returniMl back to her father IE It IJomun and left S P in Wisconsin John Moore who fudge G T Center tried atr county court for calling whisky and fined 000 and Otis Lincoln filed1 bond that ho would Imvo the amount of 20 work dote on the roads Lotcher Byrd who baa boon keeping school in District No 12 for the last week instead of bin ulster Lou K Uliiun hers tho scholars ways that ho whipped im high nS 1C per day and there arc n good many of the patrons dissatisfied over hit weeks teaching Sept 1190 OMIOA ot ntprovSPA1tttLrrS Circuit Court convenes on Monday text J K Cockcrhnm was in Jackson TUCH day Judge Cardwcll of Breathitt county was in town Monday Mrs Guy of Winchester visited rent tires lucre for R few days tluIs week 11 J McLIn and K 0 Taulbco of Hazel preen were in town Monday Mm Lucy Towtmend of Illinois was visiting relatives and friend hero last weekQuarterly Court WRit in scsilon tIll fore pnrtof this week lull Judge Centers on the bench lion Joseph Lyklns nnd Howard1 Btnmpnr were in thud Green Friday and Saturday on legal business Floyd Day and daughter Golden o Jackson passed through hero Monday from lintel Green on thulr way home Wo have n barber shop and nil the bnrberniongera will tint Hob Carpenter alwny ready to attend to their wants MM Llrzlo Alter of lord left for her homo Wednesday after n pleasant visit with relatives anti friends for soy oral tlaya Tho Hanks family lunch n reunion hero on Monday last Mrs Armlda Hanks furnished the eatnWo Quit n number of relative were present The Camptonltes are highly elated over time prospect of securing tho oldl eoldlcra nuinloiijWhich will bo heM tirno in October rime llluo and Gra will meet together Rev John J Dickey has been assigner by conference to tnko chargo of theM- E church of thld place Brother Disko la well knowd throughout Eastern Kentucky aa an able minister and Christian worker Sept 1199 iV Zir 4aJ r XORQiK COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT Mrs W T Swnngo and daughter attended church at this place Sunday We are reliably informed that Goebl will gobble at West Liberty on the 2Utt Sam Ellem returned home Sunday evening but said he was a ttanding cat did to for matrimony R D Malley baA rented a houce of C C Glllliple and will put move from the community until after he gathers bill cornCharley Johnson thn Sara Johns of tho mountain preached at Consolation Saturday night and interested the young folks very much Dr w L Gevldon will not bo It Daysboro on tho fourth Sunday on the account of preaching the funeral of ixek Paton on the same day at Grassy Lick W H niunkeudhip returned from Entlll county Sunday whore ho had lteen attending the Red River ASSOCIH lion and reports n nice meeting Our yfinnp friend Kelly Gillli pie at tended the funeral on HfacKwnter Sun day nnd stood hU trip well Kelly Gas been n great sufferer for six month but is seldom heard to complain Sept 13JO Tot DIIAKK lie Btirc and read onrgreatolUrof Tm HKHAIU for a year and the Farm Journal for the balance of IS9t1 and nil of 1JOO 1001 1002 and 1003 nearly he yens all for our paper alone suet walk up to tho capUinV office and draw the greatest prize you ever drtv- Curtis Oldfield of Grassy gave n an cial al his residence on Tuesday night tact in honor of Mrs Combs and Miss filler of Jackson and Miss Katie Old field bin couIIIf Falmonih Ctirti Quickmll rued Ed Titulbee of our town were among the attendants and report in very enjoyablu time Blood and Nerves nro very close 1 ly related Keep tho blood rich intro fled healthy with lltHMli Sarsaparilla ouch you will have no iiervouflnesd Hoods Pills uro best nfterdinne plllrtjuid digestion prevent constipatloi Dont forget that you can have the CourierJournal or Dispatch and Tnt HKIIALD one year for only 125 each In advance and l Mides we will m mi you time Faun Journal until the end of the year 1003 Misses Fa n n v anti Liby Huritt of Frozen MUa Hnl ecca Holland Robt hash Tommy Power sodI giant Kash were the guest of Mis m Sarah Vest on Sunday TO CUKK A COLD IN OXK DAY Take Liixative Itromo Qiiinino Tablet All druir UtH refund money if it fails to cure 2 c The genuine hui LI B Q Oil each tablet No other mhuol in Ivuteni Kentnrky hM COIIPCH of study equal to those offer ed in Hazel Green Academy Tho Acad emy isi far ahead of any other school ill tho nionntaiiH This accounts for its phenomenal siiccem GREENBACKS or Government Money At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following policy American Republic during the late Civil War in that country should be come indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its moneywithout cost It will have all the money that is necessary to carry- on its trade and commerce It will precedentinthe world The brain and wealth of nil countries will go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON TIllS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Huell Bank circular to United States hankers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated t sofclosing our against silver The U walk into my iparlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern meat Notwithstanding the famine price ofwheat the Spanish War and fabulous expenditures of money by our goldhasand all other values decreased in the same proportion ofymoney question or 1the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach anyd truth It is a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleasure and profit TIN TIm Comu to every elderly woman when an Im portantfunctionalchangetakes place Change Life Thecntiresystemtnidergocsachange Dreadful diseases such as cancer and consumption are often contracted at this time McELREFS Wine ofCardul strengthens and purifies the entire system and brings the sufferersafcly over these pitfalls Its effects have been wonderful It is good for all menstrual troubles but 13 especially recommended at this time Ask your druggist for the famous Wine of Cardul IOO a bottle spednldirectionsvisor Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn THOMAS J COOPER Tupelo 3- UaaI littr fullered from Irregular an painful mtnitniatlon and doctors could not relieve her t CarduiI entirely cured her and also helped my mother through the Chine of Life Anyone tending a sketch and detcriptlon ma ntcklr MeortAln oar opinion tree whether an tnrenton le pnhabIy patentabte Communlllo llonitrtctlyconaJfintlM Handbook on ratcnu tent free Oldest agency for iecnrtnirj atent Tatenta takon tBroueh Munn t Co rooelM ipttal notice without shame In the Scientific American A handjomoly Ulnitratrd wrath T rcett HP rotation of any aclentlOo Journal Terms 13 a years tour month fL Sold by all newrtMlert MUNNCo3818 5 New York Branrb C5 K BU WiuhlnirtonI M Cmen i fflBBES OF SIN IK A Book forYoung and Old OUR RECORD ESI878 xi 250000 DISEASED I MEN Y CURED WE CURE NERVOUS BLOOD KK SKIN PRIVATEa K DISEASES K I2 250000 CURED K Y OUNG Jfluo yoU teS nalufObellK Uidyouonlyconsiertin KKant 1 When too Into to nroid tho ter rible results wcro your ryes ofenelto your lcrllT nltlou inter on In mnn BLOUhdtpoao K KK FATIIERiik1SoN pyrnptorna1Dnro tnntly tiring In dread Is mnrringo n fnlluro with you on Recount of nny xvrnk ftress caused lby early nbuo or later exceed fHave you been drug et with mereury7 Xhls booklet m Olntout to K you tho results of thcKt crime nniltxilnt I out how our NElV ytETllellAltFAT ItIour NKV TIIKATMKNT It how wo con 1UAUANTEK TO CURE I ANY OUUAUIK CASK Ole NO IAY lfo trent and curtRM1SStNt a M VAUirociilK SYIIIILIS I1I STUICTlHK IMPOTKjiOY Ski l I tNNATlRAJJHSIleIUCII CURES GUARANTEED Tho Wnts of Sin sent free irnlolnl 2o slamp CONSLrLTATIONT 1 orALREstTMENT K f DRS KENNEDY KERGAN K k 122 W FOURTH STREET F ErCINCINNATI1 OEr ate + Y vi kt y la7A javvxrxiBKK ar xp SurgeonI j I cev lIrllr a specialty I I I1nOllIX A KAS- HATTORN ItOIt1S EYatLAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice in tho court of Wolfe and the iuloining counties and attend promptly to- all collections entrusted to him I SADDLES A HOFFMAN SON MANAGERS MT STERLING KY HOFFMANPIERATT 11- InslIPtoce + A eDeF17 FIRE COMPANIES REPRESENTED negotiated nud all business of tho mountains solicited PltEIfTEIrCi 4ddrtu GENERAL WJRSMITH I LEXINGTON KY For circular ofbli faaoes tat rapoailM COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OFIY UNIVERSITY Awarded Medal at WOrBTk KxpotitlOBI- tpfen to thnoiandf of imdtntM In poillloni Coat of rail BaatnrM Ctmrue including Tot JAShorthandarTb Kentucky Unlrersitr Diploma tinder seal awarded irraduatM LUrarrJUne tree If dttlred NoTmnUl ltnternow Itadnatci inccciifnl- iI ordtr lo kart your Iadd o+ ly GENERAL WILBUR B SMITH EexlngtonKy NotFataoky UairrOyrrearew tsniouo loci Karly law ttudtnti in ttI4year lldII CONNAUGHT2D3512 This celebrated English llnckney stallion imported to tine United Stales on June H ISM will make the season of ISJJ at the reellrKbeauty considered of S6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or S5 To Insure A Mare In Foal money due when the tact is ascertained In either cause A lean on the colt will be rUe tained fur the season money nnd in event the mnru is traded oil or bred to another horse the money will then he due Every care will taken to prevent accidents hut 1 will not be rcspoiuiblc should they occur DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE COSNAtfHT 2H 351J is n beautiful hay full 10 hands high black mane and trill good style and action uiiii n flue roadster tlI years old this spring lIe was sired hy Victor of IWtlv Krt7 dam lloiinlc lt 25 by Hlghllycr lOQfiiTictor of Ucetley 1687 by Ieliuiiceoo7 gruud iliim by Congress 1li Iteliaiiee 007 by Contidence 158 dam by Ki ll cum n G70 NOTE Iris complete pedigree covers many crosses of time thoroughbred till Aoncli horse but is too hill to quote Breeders are invited to cull and see him and examine his pedigree nt mv stables Respectfully J IIllERATT YOUR MAIL ORDERS For nnythiiic and everything in the line of Dlirtfe StNDUIKS TOILKT AHTI PUs PKUFUMKS SOAPS TOBACCOS CIGARS anti Prescription Sieci ltiei will be proem 1 tlv filled by us li rite us when you cant find what you want in your own stores JAS K COOlKH Druirgi- stsiia iKxiNcrroN KY O I MRRISOf + fittorneyaiLawCOLL- ECTIONS A SPECIALTY AXD Hi TURNS IllOJllTLY MADE 101 W JIUTKUSOX SruEirr LOUISVILLE KY Inference J Taylor Day HAzel Green S ROSE DAVID Headquarters Ezel Ky JlEPnESEX- TSSLIWGLUFF JOHNS ff CO WHOLESALE BOOTS + AND h SHOES Hopkins Place lULTlMORR lD Respectfully solicits a share of the trade ol mountain merchants Since I opens my store in Apri I have sold lathe- nelgbborbood of 1500 worth of sad dlea saddles for ladies saddles for men saddles fo- rgirls saddles for boys and in every case rendered en tire satisfaction If yon need one call lAnd wo me JOHN M ROS7 r W H PIERATT SOLICITOR 1 HAZEL GREEN KY 1 fLoaiiB OF ALL KINDS NEATLY AND and promptly done nt this office MEGRJMJNEA positive und permanent cure fur megrim EIuhfIIeed HEADACHE CURED fREE by sample mailed you if this paper ia mentioned The more promptly headaches are re IcelI the less frequent will- be their return until permit maneiitly cured Sold bv ul druggists KI1TY 60 CENTS A BOX The Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH BEND IND Hair StoreWe have in stock n full line of Hair Switches from 100 to 1000 each Wigs Curls and Infl Pompadour and Empire Comb nil styles of Hair PinK Corieta Stamped1llens changingthewill receive prompt attention I KJTCnVAIII I STRENGTH otJIelldche AND VIGOR n t t 1r 7y 30 Days Trla1Tho marvelous tower tixerteilibr myElectric I3elt Ltd APIIncellnlluct ron to mnti on a Duya Trial o ccnulanm I that It wlllcuro and that you will Kl pay for the usoof It To men Who bare buttered thew ptotnaoiM with drum 1 want thenillretrlcltylearen current fut + tile and forco Into whatever It myNewTroubleYtuorvitality You roar not hum faith in It now but vnjAR IT FOR so r AY conOdonceInfor lIIu trnletllnmblett wUb relern and sillneq envelopePROFX110 1 SP1tXNG isoo TREES PLANTSViNEStI Fruit and Ornamental Toes Shrubs Small Fruits Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garde- ngawTo employ no gouts but pricesStrnwberryCats loguos on application to H F HILLEKMEYER LEXINGTON KY Phone 278 HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY The fourteenth annual see sion of Hazel Green rcndemyIwill begin on MONDAY Sept thoroughdiscipline VrinclpalHazel X + I a f L tt rt r 1 l lII III t t f Ias I I f x 4 li