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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 1 4 m I J L Irl2 ii DEATH TO CHICAGOS OAKS IB a Decade Mont of the Ore nt Tree Mu tc Gone Other Growths Supplant Them The Dill 5 of Chicago mid Its suburb ore going the way of all things mortal It is predicted by nurserymen that thin u decade no lieu ted city resident can find i place of rest under th gen erous shade of one of these trees with in 40 miles of the citys heart For years the oak has been the chilI iietcristic tree of the lake whore section but the knell of Its doom seems to have been rung 11 ifa probable that be fore long Oak Purl must take on u new name If the villager wish to have ul things consistent Civlllatlon Is the enemy of the gnarled oak as it in the enemy of the squirrels that ate acorns In its branches On the South side In Chicago within view of the ears from the elevated rail rued there ore square blocks on which no building have been erected and which look desolate for within the lust two years the oak trees around them have withered and died Their trunks still tower nnd their branches spread but of green leaves there Is not left u vchtigc The nurserymen say Drainage has done this thing untl that wherever a drainnge 1pipe runs the oak mimt per lieu Persous Interested in the beautifying of their grounds having foreseen the h inevitable dying of the units have been experimenting With other trees The result IK that though the oak with nil the associations which have clung to that tree In every land in which it grows must go there are other trees beautiful in themselves which will thrive in the place which the old forest giant has left Vacant The head gardener at Lincoln park has given sunlit Mints as to the compara thc hardihood of trees and the kind of soil to which each ftree is adapted The cause of the death of the oaks he says is the drainage of the soil the oak hav ing a tap foot which takes up a great share of the moisture necessary for the tree The elm on the other hand has a threading root and does not require anything like the amount of moisture needed by the oak mill are thriving nil through the suburbs mud in many places in the heart of the city itself The soft maple and the ntlllJla are coming to be characteristic trees of the orth side The catalpa does especial 1 ly well along the lake shore Some of these trees planted nearly UU years ago show not a single dead twig Perhaps the catalpas only drawback Is the foot that the leaves drop early The soft maple will live mill thrive I Ifcare be taken of it Wood boring insects like it anti the brandies break easily The cottonwoods and sonic varieties jof the poplar will thrive without more than a modicum of cure The balsam poplar however is apt to become the prey of insects while the lombnrdy whichl points like aa lance to the skyin apt to be shortlived amid the Hiirronndings of emliaUon Many experiments have been mule in Chicago in the last ten years wjth the iolanthus or Tree of Heaven It is n beautiful shade tree and an exceedingly rapid grower anti insects seem to avoid It It needs however some degree of shelter in severe winters though several of these trees In Lincoln park stood the extreme told of last year without injury The iolanthus in three years growth is of snlllcicnt size to shade a porch Hardeners say it is useless for city residents to plant pines or spruces Smoke 1 kills them A Norway staple will do well under almost anycondi Lions n H will the Caroline poplar and some other varieties of trees Chicago TribuneA CluNVKlMtril lnthcr- Mr Kulin was thrifty In money mat ters and eared little for his own person Ill appearance He had worn the simian old shabby overcoat until his sons were ashamed of him and tried to induce him to buy a new one Oh no the old gentleman would always say I would rather hive the 10 that It would cost One day the sons determined that he should wear a new coat and believing that if he could get one at a good bar gain he would buy It arranged with a tailor to sell him a 10 coat for 750 they to pay the difference Ihcythen went hone and told their father what III handsome coat they had seen and what u hnrgnln it would be to hay it So the father went noel looked at it and after beating the tailor down to six dollars took it and started for home Hut when he reached the door he hind no coat with him Didnt you buy the coat father Yes got it for six dollars replied the old man Where Is it 1 Oh I was showing it to a friend on the street car and when he offered me fight dollars for it J let him have it Colliers Weekly Modern American Fortune Did you say the young man who has proponed to you Is a millionaire asked the trust magnate Yes I have humid It all explained to me she answered Ills resources amount to just about a million Well I suppose it would be wrong to snub him We must remember that in this great and glorious country pov erty is no dtsgr3eeWoshingtoa Star DOUBLEFACED CHINAMAN The StoryTeller Say tile Second Vl aare Vns Grafted on to the llaok of 1IU lead ngOneorI hollow Some showmen got a China man shnved the buck of his huiul front the crown to the nape of tit nock and then grafted the fUel of another norm an it The result wart a doublefaced Chinaman lint u harvest of coin for those who worked the trick The freak was exhibited over 1 Unglnnd and Wait a minute interrupted n by stander who according to the fills delphia Inquirer hid overheard the little tale Where did the second face come from 1 The relator of the tale looked at his interlocutor with scorn Where dill It come from he nII I plied Why from another lii autumn II I of course I didnt mean to shy that the grafting process was siicccbsrul I enough to preserve the movements of the eyes timid lips nul nil that hort of enoughter t Entitle you In this put In the I doulHliii one Take it nnd bcMiircnf receiving the best the bonne tiffanta This proved to be a card bearing tlie hddrchs of a Itace street opium parlor lie sure that your pill Iis well cooked added tine doubting one for n green one might make you tell an evnn worse yarn titan the doublefaced Chi naman loodby And he was gone before the other mnn could git the empty beer mug he roached for TREE CULTURE IN GERMANY It Is Itrcrnnlcd u One of Hit Muit- 1rlioil OoctiiilloHH of the Icople While congress nail the several state leglslatureJrhnve for years been flooded with patHlons lIII proponed laws for the preservation of tthe forest trees of the country nearly till of them more or less defective the people of Jermnuy lIttltlndoI tunics ago what we might call its SIr gin timber tins exhausted and the I country frond itself with a deiue popu I tuition limited area of 111111tlmft1tluystbttthicir use in this direction toII i niggardly amount I Should they call on the stock of newer countries for their supply They did neither of these things They wont to work to develop the resources null capabilities of their own lands The states and the nobles supported the work Set mists labored and niiinngcrs experi mented Forest schools were estab lished to spread through the laud the knowledge that hind been gained Finally they piled up a mass of exact in formation about trees and everything related to their life and established n system if ftgcst mri ngtmpnt ttlt Is one of the fuitst monuments of the thoroughness the comcrvatl mnnd Clue patience of the lermnn race And today the forest stands ns one of the prime objects of the peoples regard a source of health wealth and national Independence Now that iUnt half hndni1 the ed tor to the panigraphcr who hail handed him a joke Do you think so asked the flattered humorist It i nt half hail re peated the editor musingly It is hair alto- getherLouisville Journal Js that all you can advance on a fine gold watch like this asked the young mss who was negotiating a loan That is all my friend replied the pawnbroker but you lellelJolltheinterest will be smaller Pittsburgh Ch ron illcTelcGrnp l That man cry of you 1 suppose he gave you a good tip t said the proprietor of the restaurant to the waiter No thats the trouble replied the waiter he had nothing but praise for my service Yonkcrs Statesman You 1Know the SortI dont like Spif fins said Ucllelicld to Bloomfield I dont like that sort of n chap What kind of a chap is Spillins The kind that predicts an event after it as occurred Pittsburgh Chironiele Telegraph Yammer Jones to n tramp whom he fluids ht his IIRfjefdWhnt you been sleepin all out hero all night Weary Walter Hay Fanner JonesI1st you whnl WalteriVelldont dsturb me beauty sleep Baltimore American The Sons Characteristics The Vita tographer Here sir are the cabinets that lour son ordered of mo IFather regard ing olleThe picture is certallllrcry like him And lie has void raphcr No sir The IntherThat n still more like himlroston Courier Please dear wont you nay 1111111 liners bill of last year I canH sleep when 1 think of jt Yes Ill pay it In if your conscience IU awakened at tau Sad what has worked this wonder My Intention to order two new ntsLusta- ge Hlaettcr GROUPER AND PARROT FISH The ChurnoterUtlo of One 8rlklng ly DlnpInyeJ In the Tank of the Others The Bermuda groupers are so cutlet on account of their habit of grouping I together There are plenty of fishes that on occasions by accident or design may come together side bIldt or in some other regular order or formation but there are few If any that get to gether ns tltt groupers d6 In the tank of groupers ut the aquarium says the New York Sun these fishes may be seen half a dozen or more of them ut a time ranged along the glass ut the front of thin tank heads nil to the front and with their bodies lapping one another diagonally with uniform regularity Sometimes at feeding time they stlUUIII or rather suspend themselves in I ter side by side in a uniform rank WHitIwhoseIA curious Illustration of time fishes tendency to group was shown in another stay Into a tank in which there were two parrot fishes there was put also a grouper One of these parrot fishes was not feelingvery lively instead j of swimming around it lay on the bottom of the tank over In one corner easythisand it stretched itself out on the bottom of the tank right alongside the jxir rot fish nnd as close to It us It could get and stayed there DOG WHIPPING DAY I AV hrn Brcry lloy In llnwod to Use a Sulleh In ItnlnndAn Old i i Cutitiiin There are ports of rural England where they still stet aside a day for whipping i gn- Doffwhlpping Jf ii October 18 Then everytiny In ha neighborhood privileged to arm himself with sticks and lashes and bcoj every dog he meets to his hearts content There are lit ferent stories as to the origin of this tradlI tJltIswallowed it nnd was promptly whipped for his gulttony and In com memoration of this event It huts been deemed expedient to thrush the entire dog family on this day throughout the Miceceding years In the vicinity of Manchester the tale goes that the good fathers in n wrtnin monastery used to set platters of food outside the gates for the poor pilgrims that Infested the country ut certain Reasons On one oc casion u dog whose stomach was prob nbly empty as nay pilgrims ever dare be very selfishly mute the foul him self lie was caught In the lawless net and wns whipped son uclly1 anti his crime mid Its punishment hare been viklted upon his dcKcendnutH these nullity genet t 101l lleghiiil the Vninil The KtrnggijJ ctwicii the V CUi In dians munch the Mexican government has been Inevitable ever sinceI the construc tion of the Mexican Central railroad brought civilisation within an easy march of the Yaqui territory With the extension of the area of gold discoveries in Sonora the conflict could not be longer averted and It will haven mel ancholy interest In hlMory as probably the lust stand of the red man on this continent against destiny The Yaqnl Is not as aggressive or nsflood thirsty as the Apache but he Is fully us impervious to civilization und quite as good u lighter tweet Syiiipnlhy A pretty story Is told at Vlcnnaubout Archduchess Valerie youngest daugh ter of the emperor It seems that when traveling the other day from Linr to Vienna she noticed on Clio platform at Lliiz a Hycarold schoolboy crying hit terly She hud the conductor bring the lad to her compartment nnd llndlug that he was proceeding to Vienna to attend his fathers funeral she insisted on his traveling with her paying the difference in his fare us he hud only n thirdclass ticket During the trip site devoted herself to the tnsk of comforting him telling the boy nmong other things that sic too had suffered much front the loss of a fondly lured parent who had died suddenly In n foreign land It was only when the boy reached Vienna and was leaving time trnln that he discovered that the kind lady was Archduchess Vnlcricv SpnnUIt Queen imrll Time queen regent of Spain recently inherited n large fortune from a bach elor Alexander Solar and has given 000000 of it to charities Birch Wood Exported for Spools About 10000000 feet of birch wood will bo sent this year from Maine to England nnd Scotland for spools Qneet lcas et Mtll Its n ViseI child that knows its own father whIm it sees him out In company It doeint take ranch of n pun to tell how a thing ought to be done The one who goes praiseThe enjoydinnerItbaldnessindicates BettingriehChieagor Music for Nervousness Some scientists have claimed that music hns the power to soothe the nerves Rut the quickest way to cure nervoutncM iis to strengthen the nervous system We know of nothing which will accomplish thus quick er than llotitetlcrtf Stomach hitters It It the one medicine that IIs successful above all others in the treatment of blood stomach and liver diseases Do not take n substi tute Sec that n private Revenue tnmp covers the neck of the bottle Irony ToulsIIIt1ulretl it thlloulevardSuddilllimickihintsilfthhorselissbyjneknsesOh hes a bitter lobster Chicago livening News Home Seekers Ixeurstons viaunll1 HuuteITo the North West Northwest South west South Auld Southeast tolling dates August 15th September oth and llth I amid on October 3d and 17th 1800 at one fare plus 200 to authorized points in the fol lowing states Alabama Arizona Arkan sits Itritish Columbia Colorado Florida Georgia Iowa Indian Territory Idaho MichiganlilinnesotaManitoba New Mexico Nebraska North Carolina North Dakota Oregon OLin homa South Cnrolnmt South Dakota Texas 1Ayounitig1Vashingtoni ticulnrs as to rafts louses tickets limits AgentsBigAgtAarrcnlktKtCincillnati Wlinl Ho hail Ouof t Wiat havq you pot pigsfeet1hcIicnllleCllliaritiel Sot So Ilnd How diil the family come out in the mat ter of settling the estate was asked of one of the brothers Slight have Lent wonc but wo finally- succeeded ill eTCctllllt t IOlllllrOmiso with our lawyer by which he agreed to let us have hha1Lbettoit Free Press Fninlly Pride The TTusbandiiul we cant afford to keep a carriage The 11 I know we cant hut T want to sins that sttiekup Mn llrown that WI rain have thiiiRs we cant afford just us well at they canN Y louniul The lest rrestsri it inn for Chllln situ Fever IH n bottlo of CSitovnn TASTIIKM Cm 11 TONIC Itin Hlmplylroiiitndniilnlnclii IitUlilolc8R form No turn noimy PrlcuMh Sort of Short Deck PllkIiUIIIlIyomore Herald Cant redSonic men are M deficient in the elements of success that thev would never set the world on fire even ii the world wore insured in their favor Detroit Journal To Curt n Cold In Out Day Toko Lnxntivn llromo Qiilnlno JnbloU All JruBglats ivlunil money if II allsto euro 25c Feminine Rxhordidon WOlllenhncnot tnkiii the trouble to get a license St Louis llcpiiblic You have several dollarsttorlbof old clothes that ate Rood hut soiled Dye them over with Putnam Fadeless Dyes mind they will be new again Only takes one hour arid they will tint stain your hands or vesselsI spokotoma co out any afternoon but Thursdays and Sunday lloHton Transcript I can recommend Pisos Cure for Con sungitioo to HulTrrcra from AIiIllnDB D Townscad Ft 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1VUITINO TO ADVKUTIHEKSk- pleuie state that you saw the Advertise meat In tbli pupae co 7 an MOFFETTS A EETHINTeething ll Reynow BlshopJoseph S Key yourTBETIIIAATeethinr Krindrhlld with the happlrtt ft salts The effKrUnrrealmoitm i sttsfsctosi-thsnfromsnlhlogaseterdsed Of Costs only 25 Cents Ask your Druggist for It If iBVfSaWiIWu C J MOFFETT MlD St Louis Mo S6000 PER MOITHWo doolro a limited numbor of trustworthy onorgetlo mon In oaoh stato To acceptable parties we will pay a regular salary of iSIXTT DOLLARS por month All applicants must furnish references Thltt advortlsomont will only appoar in this IBDUO thoroforo addrona at onoe J H CHAMBERS Ik CO St Louis Mor w I To cure or money refunded by your merchant so why not try it Price BOa fb k r w 11 i j I J iii t ic 1 1I I i J 1f f 1 J 1J 1 i j J J w 7 f 1 11 r L PeF 1f rs n t I 01 ltll i I i Iii ht f ft t i I- tsIL l 11 L a L i iiit t J i w I t tt J I E HEPAJJ3I1l SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY November JO 1809 UNDEII all circumstances tho election of lIon Joseph P Hose of this county as representative for this ninetyfirst district is It triumplh of which ho and his friends lire indeed proud Tho Republican party knowing tho hard contest it had to mako pitted against him the very best man thy could find within tho party and district 1tt+ v Mr Adams is quito nn old man and during tho many years that have tended to fracton his hair and beard not a breathof suspicion was ovor ut tered against him Not only this but during his ministry he had en deared many men of all political parties to him by ties that it wero hard to sever ovon in a hot political fight As a minister of tho gospel ho had officiated at the marriage of hundreds of couples in this and Morgan county had baptized into tho church many Others had nursed at the bedside of others during serious illness and at tho death of many others had paid tilt last tribute in uimplo but sincoro funeral discourses In brief his kindnesnos had boon so ninny and HO varied that neon of tho ptrongost political affiliation felt that affection for him which bound thong unlo him liko falters of stool All Iheso things together with his personal character above reproach molt him an exceptionally strong man to defeat whom in any kind ofn coutost must needs mako the victor a hero And yet tho Democratic party found in Mr UOHO that horoI man of tho name high integrity citizenship and personal cleanliness else tho batllo would not could not have proved so signal a victory There fore wo toitorato that Mr Uosos was a victory of which ho and his friends have just cause to bo proud and pociulrso since his majority is in the noighhorhood TOO All hail to tho chief and may he continuo to conquer is tho wish of THK HieuAU and his constit uency in this and Morgan coun ttOSj THE result in the governors race is as yet by no menus certain though it now looks as if Mr Goo bul is elected by something liko 1500 majority However it may take tho ollicial count to dulAllllino definitely whether he or Mr Taylor is tho victor Tho llrown following proved so infinitesimal as to bo hardly a factor except in tho role of tho monkey pulling chest nuts from tho firo for tho Uopjibli cans but thoy pulled so low that that party might starve for want of other sustenance Indeed it was but a faro That Mr GoeLel has made n most remarkable race whether ho shall bo declared the winnor or not is a fact beyond dispute With fow excoptin11s the howepapors of tho state fought him from start to finish tho pul pit was arrayed against him and r tho pettyfogging politicians opposed him to a man Abuse of tho Ananias brand was heaped upon him from every quarter But itbreyely ho faood everything and tol ii j l r I rd tHroughout tho canvass oolnollm I jtrntod that ho ia a doughty londor Eliminating tho elomont of doubt I and assuming that he is elected i and will bo inaugurated an our i next governor it is safe to predict I that ho will mako an executive of exceptional ability tool emblazon upon tho pages of history a rocord mlminIistrutionwiIl renown Tho general assembly will bo Democratic by a majority of 80 on joint ballot which in sures tho election of a Democrat aa successor to Hon William Lind say as United States Senator and for this if nothing more tho party should bo profoundly thankful moat a business lottor from J 11rCongleton of Campion we learn that ho will he a candidate for tho ollico of county judge at our noxt regular election und wo arriso to remark that the county of Wolfe nor any other county in tho commonwealth could produce a hotter man for the place pick him from whatever party they might This will suflico for tho present and is without disparage ment to any other aspirant whom soever When Mr Congleton form ally announces wo shall say furth or perhaps and in the meantime wo are really and willing to entertain the claims of any other can didate THK British defeat at Gloncoo has boon followod by a worse dis astor at Ladysmith whore two of tho best British regiments and n battery comprising nearly one fifth of Gen Whites small army were cut olT in the hills surround ed by the Boors in overwhelming numbers and forced to surrender after losing heavily iou Joubert enticed the British commnndor as the spider did tho fly in his do wised trap- LxGov 0 Aivix SAPXDKUS died on the 1st inst nt Oinnhn Ho wag 11 native of Kentucky I1ndWIlS the first Governor of Nebraska after that state wits admitted to the Union 0 Tin disaster to tho Britishi army by the Uoors at Ladysmith was caused by tho oversight and blunder of Gon White Tho nude is a mighty factor in war Tin now houseofrofcrm was opened at Lexington on tho 1st of tin presentt month and 00 children wore transferred to the Homo from the Frankfort penitentiary JiKiitii5s is still champion He got tho decision ovor Sharkoyat tho ringside Coney Island1 after U5 hurt fought rounds on the Iii inst T C AIUMS editor of tits Rich mond Pantngraph hits been ap pointed ilurtkiMper and gtiagor by Collector Yorkea TIJK turkeys a rof Amor lea and during tho hollidnya will I bo served time year with oxpnn sion sauce VICK IUKSIDKXT lIuitAKT is dang orously ill His physicians having little hopes of his recovery BUDGET OF NEWS No man should bo put in oftioe who is in sympathy with trusts or trust makers a a The Atlanta pooplc now realize why Admiral Dowoy preferred to remain in Washington o I n a President McKinley sooms to think thatflagllapping if sufficient lly vigorous will cover all kinds of blunders o e 0 The lynching of a negro in Knit pas is another indication that soc lf uo liIIIJ U fiHfiiiJtMo grnduiilly lining- lyipad out o 00 An Ohio postmaster died tho otluvr day and tho pall hearers were selected from among tho ap 1plicants for tho vacant job o PrJiU ut MoKinloyn Thanks giving Day proclamation road lib A bold pliigiuriimi friar spell l1iincr MeKinleyVenrplatformspooehes When the Cabinet is not on the stump it is in Washington discuss lug politics This is tho Mclvinloy Cabinet idea of serving tho coun try a o o 111 tho matter of revenue tax the express companies appear to have tho joko on tho banks and Senator IMatt of tho United States Express Company looms up as tho Little Joker o o o- We fancy there will bo a very in toresting time when tho Civil Sor vicoCommissionerscall down Mark Hanna for his part in tho cam paign fund soliciting circular oIo o There wore several important questions which Senator Hanna carefully avoided speaking on dur ing tho Ohio campaign Possibly ho is saving thong for his message to congress o o a The Civil Service Commission talks of staking trouble for tho Ohio Republican politicians who sort out the Ihmloll circular levying contributions on Federal office holders but no word of condemna lion has como from President Mc Kin hey o 0 Tho glass industry has had 100 per cent tariff protection longer thus tiny other industry yet we now pay moro por box for window glass than our fathers paul in 1SCO The industry is in tho hands of trusts which make moro money from working the people then by working their mills V o a Tho treaty between President Me Kin ley and Sulu Sultan provides for recognitions and payment of the Sultans Jiurem keeper Al though tho pay is only 10 a month it is a regular official position under tho United States carrying tho title of Ilabib Turn Appointment can be made without examination by the Civil Service Com mission o A All through tho course of the Philippine muddle President Mc KinUy has been careful to keep the country in the lark as much as possible What were his in structions to General Otis What directions did he give tho Philip pine Commission What were the concessions asked by Aguinaldo before fighting began tend what terms did our army officers offer What is the arrangement with the Sultan of SuluV What were the contents of tho dispatch sent by Admiral Dewey last December All have hood suppressed Could an Emperor have kept more from tho people tthan Provident Mc Kinky has 101- 10HAIEL A 11 tO W w 5 GREEN ACADEMYi t V The fourteenth annual sea suii of Hoztl Green Academy ptIij thoroughy PrincipalfI g HERALD TnEDEST Brent CLOTHING Sol 1i i At louis Gus Stfousll It LEXINGTON KY h Oo Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 500 Beautiful Blue Suits G A E style at 500 Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at lOOJy Best 25c Underwear in the World1 0 Departmentisin lit workmanShip c we defy the world OJ Clothingisthe leading manufacturers of the United States We do not deal in Shoddy Goods Auction Sale Goods or Fire Sale Goods 8j 8 Our reputation for the past thirty years itfi a sufficient guarantee LOUIS 5 GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clothiers LAMPSticncucctc JOHN M ROSE DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE Jhis week invites your attention to tho finest line of lamps over brought pn1loldiningwill bc sold atu1Y down price- sQTit the illofind tho best hi the market iONNAUGHT2D35I2 This rrlI ht dell Iliujlili Ilnt knee slal1lu- llillllhlIIl tin I him stiitf on luiuii ISjll Will Illilkr tilt MISII ntI lSiti nt till SlHhllS llflllill II lit tttt lit HllZel Green RIlIIlI SG TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or 35 To Insure A Maro In Foal money due when the litel Is Miertnlned In eight r pane A grin on the cult will hrt tained for the seaon money and In evont the mare H traded uifor birdl laI j dueliveryl I occur but 1 will nut 1rIIIIIllbll khonld they j I DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE I I heuutitlllbatailgood stile and outran lull u tine road I siredby1Iibyl I I I Kfliiiiic I7 itruiul ditut 1t0l lrtMS 1 Iilt lIN liaiirMif by Coiilidenee lVsi1 dam by Hill It alllGO NMK HlnI otrliIllncoach horsebut 1 IllIntBrtclrlsec FtahlesRrspe1tfnlly AVID S ROSE Ilcadqunrtcrs Kjl Ky KKpnKSKXTS SLrNGLU COWHOLESALE SITOESHopkins u Kcspcctfully solicits a share of tho trade ol Imountain merchinta u CHAS W BUCHANfiNo tfWTrompt attention given to oatisfactionto respectfully appreciated iI JftfiTOrfiers taken for Badies and Gonts Fine Footwear shop at Old 4 otorq room 0 Hazel Green u RaCjt MEGRIMHNE y t Jo rive nml jifermnnvnt III f riI dltrttdrnJit Ih tnI nil NI9t rorqlll of- IIi i hl of Nen n HEADACHE GpD O FREE by sample mntlcj you if this pnjtr l mcnUonftl The more jiromutly head lies nro reo iCYll the Ices frcqucnt will perlunrnnneutly I druggists FIlTY Ililf CE rS ADO Tho Dr WhitohallWIea Co SOUTH BEND IND yourcclfPOtodcomingCamltdgu Mrti A 17 r b 1 r J =I it if f I I 1 n go I t- CLd O oLwbw f s e oODS L jJDILLS nausea RoUSe blltouan cure Invaluable to ipet a r 1101 brelk UJ a fever MHd f1nl1t i j tis they are worthy your hycltiPuroly vugeUUlo they can bo taken cTriicmu SM n Price moUieliio deultra or by mull 1t ot C I110cmtt Co Lowell Muxa If t = ii lItHE iALai A FARM JOURNAL I Great From now to Dec 1903 Offer Nearly 5 Years By special nrrnngomont mnde with th + publishors of tho FAUM w JOUUNAI wo nro enabled to offer I that pnpor to evnry subscriber who pays for THE IIKHALD ono year ahead for only 100 both papers for tho prico of ours only our pn t por one year and the PAlm Joim NAL from now until Decombor 1908 nearly 5 yours Tho FAUM JOURNAL is an old established pa per enjoying great popularity one of the host and most useful farm papers published This offer should bo accepted without delay I told yo BO Did you hoar tho news Now lot us unite for 1000c Mrs Ova Swungu hon tho sick list Did you see tho falling of tho stars last night Joseph P Hose was among tho lucky ones on election dRY A man can borrow trouble easier than ho can borrow money Born to the wife of John OHaro A boy at Laurel weighing llI4 IhaI Logan Miller and Miss Nannie Brewer wore married ono day lust Week Mrs Ova Swnngo was taken Sad donly ill while at church on Sun day night Mrs Arbury Swango who has hon sick for sovornl days iis im ruling Born to the vifo of Jim Phelpb at Clarks branch a buy on Mon lay lust A man finds himself in the hands ofn hard creditor when he borrows trouble An infant child of Ellsworth Lacy near Daysboro lies sick with scarlot fever MM Nannie Crayons who has boon sick for several weeks is on fio road to recovery Robert Kash who was on the sick list for n short ttinei is gome better nml teaching again film election tiny piuwd off very quitft In fact time duiotat wohnvo had for years in this srrt ion nightforwill meet with the Christian We nuns Bclrclof Missions in the interest of the academy FA oil LYON JJt Leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices licattyvlllc au1 Jackson hocolord work iin Bipglo Berry borrygroworslondingborrins painterntHlthou11 cost of over ono thousand dol workAmoreiniule directly from photographs of l lcrrie thnt UlIYht1fti Sue publishers nnnouncemotit in another column 1ho prico is 50 coats free by mail address tho publishers Wilmur Atkinson Co 1hihulolphia Bible Institute inlIuzulrednesdncontinuingAll preachers and church oiHccrs are lRpn lIlly invited to nttond Kntortninniont will bo furnished thoinstitutoshould send thoir names nod ulIIl dresses to mo at once that homos may ho secured for them Prof B C Doweese of College of tho thoinatitutoRespectfullyNovIII Conn Time time worn custom in this country has boon that following n inlulgetlinlow citizen Frank Johnson of Limey crook has slightly changed the friondsIto a husking boo on Tuesday and with tho invitation announced that those attending tho husking could go to church at night tho attrac tion being Elder II D Adams plmceFrnikJohnsonschoolhouse houserime Farm Journal is choko full of gumption and has tho largest circulation of any farm paper in overylvheroVoa prizo to advancepaying subscrib ers toTiiK HKIIAID n year ahead and tho Farm Journal for the balance of lSJmd nil of 1900 1001 100i and lOOH nearly fivo years all for the price of our paper alone John Err nlshot John Davis KyThomortal Evor olo is a sun of Joe Ever ule chief of tho Kvoroolo fac tion of tho i reach and 1JOversoU war Trouble is expected over tho arn st of the prisoner ICversolo lied and no arrest has yet boon made though ollicrs are making diligent search for the young man There lids Doom considerable com plaint of Into about subscribers not getting THK fHICHAM The papers are mailed wviry Thursday limo fault lion with tho postmasters or their clerks Wo liopo the post office officials will see to it so thoro will bo no moro complaint it is vory annoying Jimmio Brown n wolf known chnrnctor about town on Monday week loft for Mt Sterling whew he will take service with 1D S lodfoy and wife recently re moved from this pine and with whom he has lived for the past 10 or 12 years WillioCJovodon representingt i tthe Paris Irocery Co loll1 the misfortune to cut off his right thumb on Monday while opening It eon of potted hum nt tho store of Joe Stamper nn UrnRty But notwith standing ho true able tto interview our merchants that afternoon nud capture some orders for eoffW etc Prof Cord requests us to thank for him nil the people of IiaimIl Green and vicinity who so valuiit 1 ly helped in saving the furniture ote during tho fire nt tho dormi tory on Monday lIe would huvo performed the duty personally but is absent nt Indinnoplis lefT Brewer litl week movd from the Murphy fork of G rusty Mt r rnn county to the head of time Bob Rose fork of Stillwntor Uii county and the farm recently purchased of Blacksmith John Rose Tho coloredl school at Daysboro will eloso tomorrow Friday night with an exhibition told tho affair promises to be an entertainment worthy tho efforts of Prof Austin E 0 Amos representing tho John II Hibbon Dry Goods Co Cincinnati was a guest at the Dny Houso Tuesday night LION JOSKIMI P ROSE i Kentuuklnns stop and listen- I shag the truth to nil Wove Kent n mini from this district To the Icgtslatlvo hall We put him there for welt we knew Theres honesty in his heart And to the state anil brother moan Hell do a noble part No better man will grace that hall No better will disclose The better judgment for the cause Than Joseph Powell Hose For honor crowns his noble mind It Iii his beacon light Ilk 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ANn nud promptly lono nt this ofllco ojj t GREENE EMBRY CO Live Stock Coissioll M rchantB CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDLo- ng r Distance Telephone 7356 EILL SlJiEl fl jiiJfm 7 I J q x r i rI J L t Vrr tY k SAer 7 4 y r- r J i i j IIi 1 1p i I e f +r r- r 1 Iit it J KW 0 i ie i i I f w l zIJ 1 i f 1l 1t l t I fI 1 f i tIii f ll i 4r i il 6I p 4 t THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN t t t t KY MY lITTLE SWEETHEART My little sweetheart or long ago I tco hsr eyes and her wind towed hair And the long long way that we used to go- On foot to school whon tho tiny was fair The morning sun on our face shone And tho world before us wao all our Own Wo crossed the bridge at tho end of the town Heycrd the hedges tho meadow lay Wo could look across where the sky came down To the ends of tho earth and far nway And wo thought for the distance seemed no fair That surely the gate of Heaven was there Wo paused through the tuft woodland dell Where tho great trees met In an arching ncroen And tho glinting wavering sunbeams tell Llko golden arrow tho boughs between Lighting the moss where tho wind iloturs shook And tho violet slept In her velvet nook Always row was that morning walkjv Ho much to think and no much to say now full of wisdom our grave nwect talk What treasure wo found along the way Mid all the wealth In tho haunts of men Nothing so rare have we found ulnco then 1 A tiny nest whorn the eggs wero flvo An empty nest by till pathway edgo Tho myriad creature that toll and thrive In moss crevice and nook and ledgo Ant and plder und woodmouse nliy- llutteilly tooth and dragonlly- Wy llttla sweetheart of long ago Though school has ended and lifes end page Jinn taught us snore than wo euro to know lluvo wo wliiir grown 1 Are we iiilto as i vane As wo woro In that far sweet dreamland whom Wo wnlkod to whool when tho days were fair- ltadslhu+ H3 Urluw + In Youths Com panion O 0 Cupid and the Law 1 1By John Forbes C writeGbit I tllIl1 you xoiiiiMif tliedraxvn work Anil vltli theso uiu tin otlur usual incKMiKCH the Itrain carrvln the big iixuiirMlini to MoUo pulled out ol the station IItI WIIH a coniiiion everyday sightI to the station haiulf anal they gave it only a pnssimg Ktuncf Hut Jo must of the travelers It was a novel experl tnce and they looted on It HH only the bcginuing tif the days of sifhtnceiny1 III tilt land of I f Moiiteiiiiuis There were two pas eiiKcrs In ono of the hleoperh who attracted some atten tion tine was a iiiiinii of Gat till and Itlllihtt with a iarriaji like a tluern and who seenicd as young maul gay us the yoiingoht The other enllcil her mother and was about M a beautiful girl Their hUll and brother hut come to the Htation to Lid them goodby a inn n of 10 will groomed ami well made the typical American man of Ithat nnjt- He litid provided tthree with every thing that hit aiVcction could suggest mind told than to be snit and let him know day by day where D y wore 111111 if tthey were well tIAmi you will look lifter mother Alice wont you AH he spoke two young lot ks tturned nnd looked at him his aster and a younger vomaii nliout 2 Hut iirncd iiivohintirll and the pretty blush that covered her cheek showed that her name Will Alice too Jtobert iHiuun glaneeit at her and WIIH stride by her heaiity limit slit miw his took ranch turned away each biiBied herself with her baggage Ills mother and slater bothl noticed their incidence nisi and smiled So we will pace two Alices along said his mother I hope we shall lie come acquainted with the young lady She looks very pleasant end very nice lust then the porter shouted All niton rd and Hubert jiinipcil fmui time train As the ear passed him lie his moth ototlutl Iheh face h him with some emlostty Then he returned to hits ofllce lie wits the junior partner III pinniiient law linn in Host 011 and lamed a hard nftvrnooi of work before him There wns a brief in a ease tint hind purlcd lint It himself mind his partner Put try lit he would to concentrate his mind on Ms work he mulch net nothing lint till beautiful fete at till ear window nnd hoar nothing hat till droning of that emir wheelc At last he became so nervous that he throw down his pen and telling the boy he would nut be buck till morning he walked up acmes tho common und the public garden to his home The evening at the theater thud nut help him mind ho wasnithor horror truck to llmi himself no lhthI11I the morning This was a new experience for him No woman had ever before com between him mind his work This stag allly11c never saw the girl before end he never would sec he again of course lie must have dyspepsia So on his way to his olllcc lie made a gall on his old college chum now a promising young physician He did not tell the doctor what the mout promt aeut Bitnptow was Out was sure be seeded taeatclae for dyspepsia Ac cordingly he felt rather foolish when he tuns obliged to eny no to nil the doe tars QUCHtlonn Otl to whether he hud certain MymptoniH hit eparuble from gnstitt trouble Time doctor laughed and gave him some harmless powder and Jic vent to the afllce strong In his resolve to finish the brief lie made fairly good head way but ttill the Image of the beauti ful ghl would come back to him ami IIH the daywore on more distinctlyI Late in time afternoon he got n telegram saying the party wns at Chicago und signed Alice And thnt started It all over ngiln Then he became alarmed and feared his mind was going bur he was notI n believer In love at HrM sight or hardly in the grand patron itself Thin he found himself with an al most reidstless longing to take till first train and follow his folks Of course he did not admit to himself that he wanted to set tthe other Alice That afternoon one of the firms best ii lie said heclients carne contem plated purchasing sumac thomand acres III Mexico with the idea of estnblMiing a coffee plantation there HeI ors not satblkd with the title to the land and felt timid some one ought to go down there nnd look iota the matter more closely He could not spare the tlne and came to them thinking that pos sibly sums of theirI young men might have enough knowledge of Spanish to make the trip IKobcrt Duncan regarded him as nn angel and said that us the olllcc was not very busy just then he thought he should lilt to make the trip himself This was inter than t In client expected nod the mutter was soon fixed up Perhaps you will meet your folks down thereI said tthe senior pummel Why perhaps I aiisaid Duncan us if lie find just thought of it HTfl he told his partner Ihllillt was hem mdly prob ubh1a he was going down on the low er table lands near the coast and the excursions usually kept prutty well up on the higher plateaus That night before he started he got a letter from his mother had in it slit said Alice hambers Iis lately mind we enjoy her so much So that was her mime hambers The next morning he started His journey was a tircome out and niter several days sprat nn the truism he foundI himself one glorious afternoon climb tug a little mountain path on the back of a burro Dutrim humid told his folks by wire of hit intended trip mid found by looking over their Itinerary that they UK MADK KAI1UY GOOD 1IICADWAY had passed nnlle moor whecv he now tans He had left the Iniln at a little town through which they luul passed sonar days previously and teas ranking his way Into t lie country to interview an obi Imilan whom he expected to find the next morning The title to Mexican IUlllhwft Ill CItIIllIls on information only obtainable from the kindly Indian That night be slept on his blanket under the stirs mind vjirly the mext morning was pushing IMI tthe path growing still wider nnd UlOII h11 II 11 fill At last about nine oclock he amine over the spur of the mountain and looked donna on n lovely valley His guide and Interpreter toSr him unit in the little vlllngea whichi Illi could see wns the oid Indian About noun they nritetilUlli uw1tr- or the title was soon fixed tip aiiil ar rniiKeineitts were made to rate the text morning on the return 1rip lint that evening something happened that altered huts plans A small party of the villagers who bad been up on the mountain ending wood hind found a burro wandering a1oioI They did nott recognize it as one of the village burros It luul a slce Kitdiileon it and tucked under one of the straps was n little glove They knew thai a young American or Furor pean woman must have ridden the burro mum they began a matt to timid her Some mills buck they found her un coiiKclou by the road unit putting her on the burro which they had led nark tiny broughtI her into camp As they brought her np Duncan walked np the little village street to see what the unit ter was He was astounded 1o see Alice Chambers on tie back of the little mule Site was still unconscious One of the old women of the village tool her into the little open shelter and in n very few Minutes site revived nnd opening her yes smiled n wan smile When her eye caught thnt of Duncans hhu triarttd Lit 1Ja ntrpited up mud saldi I 1 am Jtonert Duncan Visa Cham brrs nnd my mother nnd gJster have been traveling with you I nm lucre on business mind will be happy to help you in nay wny possible When you lire stronger we shall be glad to hear your storyShe regained her vigor quickly under the ministrations of the old Indian vonian nnd soon told them that she hart started out with u party to make nu excurtlon to come famous raves In some way she had become separated from the others nnd hind tried to fund her way buck She became confined anti meeting several natives they hind tried to understand each other wlhI the result that she became more mind more at sea She hind eaten only what sone klndlj Indians had given her At lust she went KO long without food thnt she felt n faintnuss coming over hcf IIndshl knew no more till she wole and found herself III the little village- In n few days she was lot rOllg enough to travel nod Duncan made himself n demigod In the village by leaving a sum of money that to the Indians wni fabulous They calculated that the ex cursion party must be at the Cityal Mexico and when they reached the railroad they telegraphed the party1n answer rams back which they got at a station further on It said ThankI iiiil slur IIs found They were tart at time station by an enthusiastic crowd made up of the ex cursion party the American minister aiiii a great mob of Mexicans who cheered the maple to the echo In sonic way the story hnd gotten into the i lrqIlsIhlllllIlIllIC111 to stay for sonic dnyc mind telegraphed Ihis partner to that ef fect wiio wired bark congratulations mil Dunciin found himself a hero He drove with them and went to see the Iijthts One afternoon he asked Alice if slur would drive with him to the grove of Chiipnltcpec They dismissed the onnchumn at the entrance and told him they would meet him there in a couple of hours Then they wandered through tilt majestic grove where it it al uays twilight even at midday They hnd been talking over their strange ex perience Alice said Duncan you of course know that everybody thinks yon are my sweetheart and was before we lIft home Slur Mashed mind owned that she had luriu something to that effect t11said he wiry not miike It true Alice I have loved you from the first clay I saw you in the train in Bos ton Slur looked up atI him and said archly We1l illobert it wns quite mutual I assure you O there are some couple coming You mustnt Prom which I infer that he under stood her to say 1vsluatonHobo Last nnil Went When one of the regiments of volun teers trruii the Pacific enlist wits lately at Sail Irancisco bring mustered out after a years service in the Philippines a lady who belonged to II volunteers aid association engaged one of the sol Burrs in conversation She nslvi 1 him Were you well treated while you were in the east 1lIstIIIIIIIIII Ive never been east he answered I was born In Ialiforny mad Ive never been further vast than Salt Luke City Hut I mean the far tai ho said Well maam Salt lakes far east to me Never been further Hut youve hits in ilanilu havent yolk Sure limit we cull that thoenstyrniknow Manila rest Well I reckon its a heap west of here We starlit Iverv nnd sailed straight west rl the timetill we got there Yes I know but you ruin get rust by suiting west you know WellI maam answered Ihfsoldier Ive lain wantln to go rust nil my life but if IIve got to go tthat way to get there Im going to stay right here mull my life Ive got enough of gomenst thnt truly1mttlis Companion lean do HzlImt1u of the grand opera singers whom It iieinijios shut to hive for private musicales IIli will sing an entire evening at the Louse of n fellowartist hilt becomes jwsltlve ly angry when singing in private houses for money Is suggested He otter visit ed tlu house of the Rothschilds JarU and delighted his host by singing n number of songs The baron who had tried loget him to sing at private tertainments a number of times but never succeeded now resolved to re ward the fjngcr in what lie considered time projkf way At the close of the evening he presented le Iteske with a blank cheek signed asking him to Jill it up for mummy amount he widied De licskoI tools the check mull as he tore it to pieces said JlyfritvidImtmyI I min guest If I1 took your cheek I should deserve to be kicked from your door I snug only for pleasure Chicago TimesHerald Not thr Itlulit Sort Visitor How do you like your new ministerMrs longIllsJleallyV I Yes 1 Its perfectly scandalous All her dresses tit herN Y Weekly I NAVAJOS INCREASING TIt Tribe IN lrOJIIIeroaa and Their Numbers Iliivr Doubled lu Thirty Year Those who believe thnt decadence h the heritage of the American Indian would do well to study time Xavnjo tribe In IISOSit numbered IOOO souls Today through natural increase and not- tmtirthtthrough immigration almost without admixture of other blood there are iino Navajos Every individualI tribesman appears prosperous Many of the bucks are rich oven from the standpoint of the white man It is roughly though conservatively esti mator that the tribe huts ltiUOnOO sheep f0000 head of smile lOOOOO goats and horses In such numbers as almost to defy enumeration Horseflesh indeed Is one of the main food staples The ponies not neccKsarlly of poor stock arc unsalable even at three dollars a head A very large percentage of the wool crop is sold for shipment to Hos ton just as is sold the crop of the white woolgrowor The Navajo blankets mire still famous Ithough the better specii mens are to be limit onlya8 payment of seeminglyI exorbitant prices One of the main sources of the tribes revenue now is from tIll sale of blankets that east the purchaser little if any more than would blankets of ordinary mill manufacture Most of this modern weaving is dune singular to relate with ordinary iermaiitown yarn brought to Ariona for the Indians by the car lout If special colors are re quired by the Indian weavers recourse is Iud to common dyes Yet1 despite this strange admixture of aboriginal has dleraft mind modern convenience the Indian has never before tut prospered Little assistance Iis received by the trlbi from the general government con sisting onlyI in occasional gifts of wag oils mind agricultural implements maul in tin support of schools Throughout the Njvajos have an independence that Iis refreshing While they have a luis tory fur front peaceful the casual trav eler across the reservation is us safe its he would be in a New Knglnnd vii lage Prospectors they dislike a this like shared by nearly all southwestern wiles lint they npprccintc fully tin lower of the great chief in Wasliin tona and rarely molest fellow tribes men or whitesI Idigged health iis tit Attribute of almost every individual nnil there is every indication that coming centuries will know the Navajos as one of thr most considerable of the subdivisionsi of population in the southwest The Navajo reservation Iis time burg est in the union Yet already it Iis too small for the expanding tribe a fact ap preciated in the Indian bureau No gotiatimis mire in progress for tin pur chase by till government of a considerable number of land chums to the west ward of the reservation When these have been seeurrd tflit reservation line will lie moved a number of miles fur then toward the setting sun This ad vance of the Indian ants in it nothing ttt cause apprehension to the white popu lation of northern Ariona A large part of tin region now and hereafter to be occupied is unit griiing land at the hell aboiiniing in scenic features but lurking in water The main property rights to be se 1Il11WlIshMormons numbering i111 families have beet settledI for 1 i5 years theyetilti irrignitdlCopie creek At Tuba iis expected to NavnjusIhtiI rich lunch tslll be divided up among a number of the noon industrious In dians and to start theta well in mod ern husbandry the irigation system alprurrdhutsstore will lie built an Indian school for which an appropriation of loiio hats already been made TIll older Indians are not averse to progress and send their children to school in mull good will Chi little DUOS are remarkably bright readilyFor these it IK Ycttptastnrrnllinnmst Iprosperous future they ever remain eventually to become supreme in the anlhlIPI lion are not arable mind the scheme of farms in severally will never be tried with them The tribe must continue as independentthe white mans authority withaidantago over the white man beciMisi imtaxcd thrifty and ever wnilthv in the abundance of their flocks Cinein nti Kiiitiirer- VlMlltil y Ir KcMU The Trench people have erected at ChllloIlSIll I I I costlyeminent Egyptologist who whop he lit gall to publish his works was a wine merchant Curiously enough thfc a11 thority on things IKgyptian never visj ited Egypt HisI onlyI excursion nhroiid was to the museums of Italy win re he YSuullriM unit Memory A bee lllIlollhttdl 1011rulmay not be true but the man on whose neck doesCbicat pJJ Laughs t t Be Who A11Sdegoodm throatgbloodt blpurefci cepsthe2 Then they can laugh first lastyetI 411ftI1 KCo SaMahnJ ha 1 STORY SOUNDED WELT i- to lifeIlultl1lutlirelIrueIiWhen I first went west tcll nfl fi business in HI who nuts tine nnthjnggfI g way of work except to mow the learna1see Unit the cat iis in the barn ut ft ter thi ajU ilal neiEwho it 1IIIIaliol1l1hI n titfirstI I hire smut hum Dixon and in verel5J at a 1 tadjlIcYerlnilraliigood bn iiie One tune wi hiiicntj iii mEcheldI f the way this red devils danced atoucqs u St illlrrh1IIIIiailI it n gaud nnuof the liuliuis Knew motif is four lllicitnII leader who wi nhvajis h till level with thins wild llli n i held lie h aid and tillha 0111till U 11I1OlllllleH o I tiirfwllile 1 me IK well as my partner Vtern best t right tip to this liandle huh ipiimittiiltQif part when we utntrd to It was 1111 rIo MjiieaU and the wool trait I had ant intlft lfIiItIlimn maul said one neighbor to itother as they walked auay jJ rtrreptiihethatingtrbit11I1tIIIIllilh VERY OBLIGING lie AVn AVIllliiK In CMvo the Vol ciinlo VuoallNt n iooil third Sliove Tho youup mon who sins loud mid lo- ra t- II inteirnptcd by a till at tilt diwrofty apartmpiit V- Kxeiio me Jaill tile tall thin siranjOT hialiiI purr to lilt 111111 I otinpy time 1A under on unit I have mitt np t inquiry if you are the gtiillenun who sings bft- jYts hllk was the nnswcr with the air4 man who iiI mmlesl but cannot deny tw truth i entc fond of music I dont know that IIaura what yoinvniAC roll fund of ii At iho same time 1 riunti1 anything iwo trau against it I Ira wijf nuieli atlerted by ant thinps I Iasi J That amounts to the same thtU 1 I Irisr fond of iti the aiisvicr III a I iiI Il tlot hill tIittlirligtiiii ist- II liiie hurt wondering if I iuumliifiji1 it aidof your favorite song cornviv uti iniMc I How often oh liow oftt n I I i jjWouldl To tin ocfiin wilt and wltkii Is that right Y Ye j itV nil right an or Una t1i r rn11 le lion I10 that one of the pica y u treat hyiYosI live been aiTeetid ht Itint for hours at a limp It ha drawn 1I1l 114 ilily lo on It has tilled me wuli ternt- ag tlilt soiiiithiiiK that Viuild nul OU tiapner And I called tap to si fliil d You II ronie down lto the rtvrrairh mesa pvctiinu Ill pay your tilt fame and lore i1 lime anl give yon a good start on Ihuljrct cblnn tide Mludiiled And I Iud mind Jaying that the further out it beat maim the better Ill be eatiticd Valii stia Star matt in Ihysiolopy They say 1 minx who tnriii pale wlienhejzots hind is thlitllilanneroti I tots that iui A rnin who isi Marid noiirlv urn of his bivts wiii put up an awful light Indianano 1 lrur i tlIhum dilprl1rntoftaunt uipptr thor I opement That was an n h + uc lion Philadelphia North AniciKU ttetncaahrdaeoruuii 1 I Y r i v I 1 ihiSick headache Food doesnt di gest well appetite poor bowels con stipated tongue coated Its your pillseasy sia biliousness 25c All Druggists boluns1brown11 usa WhiskersEht I NIL N B P Hll A Cf tIwo N ICRTEfleeToo goad and too ilit an to DC wtboul lu J B Q fAISIkatCuIne s h r t 6tro r t 1 T T 4 r z i L 4 I Ij It t j Ii i II I I I 11 Jr i l I i 4 t l j 1 4 r- I 1 II THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN I I KY MY LITTLE SWEETHEART Mr little sweetheart of long 0J01 I co hsr eyes and hurwItu tOed hair And the long long way that we uecd to go- On foot to school when tho day was fair The morning nun on our facui shone And tho world before UI WOO nil our cwn Wo crowed tho bridge at tho end of the town- Tioyord the hedges tho meadow lay We could look across where tho iky came tic In- To tho endi of thn earth and tar away And wo thought for tho distance seemed MO fair That surely the unto of Heaven was there Wo pntiod through the Qulot woodland doll Where the great trtcn met In an arching ncroon And the glinting wavering imnlmnmH fell Uko Koltlon arrows tho bciiRhs between Lighting tho rnos when tho wlmlflowur iihook And the violet slept In her velvet nook Always row wnll that morning walks Ho much to think ami no much to say How full of wisdom our Bravo sweet talk What troiiMiro wo found along the way Mlil nil tho wealth In the haunts of mon Nothing b rnro have wo found since thenI A tiny nest whom till l11I woro flvo An empty mist hy tho pathway elgt The myrlnd creature that toll and thrive In mostly orovlro nrnl nook mid MKU Ant and fplilcr and woodmoum hy llutterlly moth and ilraKonIly- My llttla sweetheart of long mile ThniiKla school hlu ondtd uinl lifes Had liniso Has ttttiKlit us inoro Ithan WI euro to Know llavo wn wlior xrownT Are wi Ilulh is KO As we worn In that far sweet droumliind whOre Wo wnlliwl to rchool when the days were fair- Mndellnn S nrl oi In Youths Com panion O 0i Cupid and the Law By John Forbes 4SS S S 5 55 55- L OODHY n oodby vcs well write G mid tell you all about it und per LiiphMmil vou home nf I he drawn worU And with thche mid tin oilier MMiiil meKi anen tlit train eurrviiijf theI bltf excursion to Mexico pulled out ul tin Htallon- ItI I WHH a com inon everyday I4Ihl to the iitiit Ion hnmlf multi they juve it only it panning glance I11111 to IIaIht of till travelers IItI WIIK a novel experl nice and they looked Oil it ilK iiuiiy tthe bcKinnliitf of the days of Ki htHcclii III till land of I Alimteumas There were two pa NnijrrH IIII one of the tdeepeiH who lilt riiitii noine atten tion Out WIK a woman of 10 tall and itinlght with a carriajfe like a queen and who Kcomcd an young and guy as the youngeHl The other IiI lkil tier mother and was about 25 a beautiful girl Their son and brother hail come to the titatlon to hid them goodby a man of 111 well groomed ami well made the typical American man of I that IIRC HeI had pnnidnl them withI I every thhig thatt his ii flti1 lou could HiiggCMt tind told them to be sure ami let him know day hrIlny where tJi y were and if they were well And you will look ftcr mother Alicv wont you 4lie spoke I111 young ladies tturned mid looked atI him his sister and II younger voman nbout 22 Khe turned involuntrril and the prettyt blush that 1IICel her check showed that her name wax Alice too Hubert I Ducin glanced at her and was struck by her beauty Hut she tmw Ids took and turned away and bunted herself witht tier baggage IHisI mother and sister both noticed the en incidence also and smiled So we will have two Alices iilong raid his mother I hope we shall be come acquainted withI till young lady She looks very pleasant and very idee 1 lust then tilt hurl ir shouted All nlioard and Itobert jumped front till train AM till car Missed him lie looked in vnlu for the faces of his moth er and sirlcr lint he did see the face of the other Alice looking at him with Mime curiosity Then he returned to his ofllce lie was the junior partner In a piuniricnl law linn in Hofilnn and hadI a hard iiftcnuioi of work before him There vtis II brief IIn a east that had piiwleti both himvelf and his partner flu I try nf he would to concentrate his mind ou Ms work he could ser nothing limit ithe beautifulI face nt till cnr vUulov nnd licar nothing hilt the droningI I of the car vhcelc At lastt ho became so nervous that ho threw down hit pen and trlllng time boy ho would not be buck tillI morning lie walked up across the common and the public garden to his home The eveningI at the theatert did not help him and he was rat her horror truck to tlnd himself no bet ttr In tIll morning This wan a new experience for him No woman hail ever before corns between hint nnd his work This vJ silly He never saw the girl before nd he never would see he again of course HeI must have dyspepsia So on his way to his oilier he made a gaIl on Ills old college chum now n promising young physician He did not tell the doctor what the most promi 1tut Bitnulow was Jut was sure be seeded sseflletae for dyipcpulr Ac cordingly be felt rather foolish when lie svns obliged to any no to nil the dOt tora QUCMtionH an to whether he lund ccrtatu HpnptoniH inseparable from gashIt trouble The doctor laughed and gave him some harmless powder and Ju went to the ofllce strong In hut resolve Jo finish tilt brief lie made fairly good Head way but still the Image of the beauti tnt gillI would come buck to him nnd an the dimywore on more distinctlyl Late in time afternoon he got a telegram saying tthe limmmt3a4 at Chicago and signed Alice And that started it all over again Then he became alarmed and feared hum mind was going For he was not a lbeliever In love lit first sight or hardly III the grand patriot itself Then he found himself with an al most reidstlcss longing Ito take tthe first ttrain and follow Ills folks Of course hn did not admit to himself that he wanted to see Ithe other Alice That afternoon one of the firms best clients came it IHe said ho contem plated purchasing tome t lionanil acres in Mexico with the idra establishingI a coffee plantationt there HeI Ha loti satisfied with tthe title to the land and felt that some one ought to go don there mind look lute the matter more clohcly IHe could not spare the tltroI and came to tthem tthinking that pos itIloimme of their young menu might have enough knowledge of SpanishI to make the trip Itobert Duncan regarded him as an angel and taid that IIK the olllee vuis not very busy just Ithen he thought 1 he should like to mnku Ithe trip himself Ihl wait betterI Ithan ttheellent expected and the matter WHS soon llxid up Perhapsi vou will meet your folks I1I1WII tlI iiiltl tll tllIiO 11111111 Why pi rime iii I willi I Isahi IDuncan an if he hUll just thought of it IVTl he Itold his IM rtncr that IitI waslnrdly prob utile II he asgoingdown on the tim er table lands near the coast sTall1 I the excursions usuallyI kept prutiv well tip on the higher plateaus That night before he started lu got a letter from hut mother and in it she mid Alice Chambers is loely mind we enjoy her so much So that was her name Chambers The nextI morningI he at art ed His journey was II ItiresomeI one and nftcr several days spent on the ttrain he found himself one glorious afternoon climb lug II little mountain path on till hall of a burro InIIII11I1 had told his folks by ire of bin intended trip and found by looking over their IItineraryI tthat they 1 s UK MAOK KAIItlY COOD IIKADWAY bad passed unite mujr whccv be now asHe I haul left till train at a little town through which they lUllI Ill tt1I some days previously and was makingi his 1111111 the country to I interviewI an old 1 Iniilan hoin I he expected to find the net morningI The title to Mexican In IItllo I Ill tlijuiuids fin I information onlyI obtainable from the kindly Indian That light he slept on his blanket under the stars ami arly the mctt morning was pushing1 on till lpath grou Iing stillI wider mill more beautiful At lust about nine oYluck he name over the spur of till rnourtain and looked dim n on n lovely valley IIllsI jurulde and interpreterI t toll him that inI the little villagei I which hr could see was tiat uul I lIthium About noon they arrived the 1II1lttr- IIr Ithe Ititle was soon fixed up aiid ur raiiKements were 111111n lea Ithe next morning on ttill return trip Hut tthat evening something happened that altered his plans A smallI I party of the villagers who had been up on the mountain cutting otnl had found II burro anilerlng alone They did not recognize It as one of the village burros It land II slat vtdcHi on it amid tucked under one of till straps was n little glove They knew that a young American or Euro pean woman must Inc ridden time burro anti they began a taunt to Iliad her Some mitts hack they found tier un conscious 1 by the road and putting her on Ithe burro which Ithey limit led back tiny brought her lute camp As they brought her up Duncan walked up the dUll village street to see what tthe taint ter was He was astounded to set Alice Chambers on time back of time little mule Slat was still unconscious One of time old women of Ithe village ttool her into time little open shelter and In a very few triinutcs she revived and opening her yes smiled a win smile When tier ttl eniight that of Duncans sliv rtarttd ud L nlrujjed up nud said I am Jtohert lInear Miss Cham bers and my mother nnd ister have been traveling with you 1 nm here on business mind will be happy to help you in any way possible When you mare stronger we shall be glad to hear your toryShe regained her vigor quickly under the ministrations of the old Indian voman and KOOU told them that she had started out with a party to make uu excursion to rome famous eaves In some way she had become separated from the others and had tried to find her way latch She became confined and meetingI several natives they had tried to understand each other wiih the result that she became more mind more at sea She had oaten only what FOITC kindly Indians had given her At last star went so long withoutt food that die felt A faintnuss coming over Iani and slit knew lit moreI till she woKe nnd fount herself in the little village IIn II few days she was t rang enough to travel and Duncan made himself a dcmlgod III tIme village by leaving A sum of money that to the IIndians n fabulous They calculated that tIll ex cursion party must be at the City ol Mexicol and when they reached the railroadI I tthey ttelegraphed tthe party An answer came back which they got at a station further on IIt said Thunk I inil she Iis found They were met at till station by an enthusiasticI trod made UIor the ex cursion party the Amurican minister ami II greatI mob of Mexicans who cheered the couple to the echo In sonar way the story had gotten into the papers IDuncan decided Ito stay for some days and Ihh IlIplll1 lis 1ItlltI to t limit ci fed who wiredI back congratulationst t mud Duncan found himself a hero He drove with Ithem and went to see the Ijihts One afternoon lit asked Alice I if she would drive with him to the grove of Jill pllltIICI They dismissed the tnuaela miami ma at tthe entrance and told him they would meet him there in a couplv ofI hours Then they wandered through the majestic grove where it In al ways twilight even at midday They had been talkingi over their strange ex perience Alice said I Duncan you of course know that everybody thinks you are my sweetheart and was before vi left laomaam Shut blushed and owned that sue had heard something to that elTecl Well said he why not make it true Alice I have loved you from the lInt ifciy I saw you in the train in Bos tonShe looked up at him and said archly WellI Kobert Iit was quitei I mutualI I assure you O there are some people tittaiiagoai mustnt From which I infer that he under stood her to say Yvs libton ilobc lnt unit VI H e When one of the regiments ol volun teers from tIlt Pacific coast wns lately it San rranciscn beinir mustered omIt flfltI1 year s senicc Iill JJic I rlnlippinci a lady who belonged to a volunteersI lIiel IISIIItIIIIIIIII engaged one of the sol uIji ill conversation She nsluII him Wcrr you wellI treated while you were III the east EIIItIIIIIlIm I Ive nrver been east he answered I was luoria ill taliforny and I Ive never been farther nast than Salt hake City Hut I mean the liar citflic suid- WIIi I immmuui mum Salt 1 lakes far east 1 o me Never been farther IHut youve been iin Munilr havent you Sure Hut we callI I Ithat I hi cast ftllfIIow Manila eastI Well II reckon itsI a heap west of here WcMartm Lcrcand sailed straight west rJl tIle liinet ill we got t hatrt Yes I Iknow but you ran get east by Milling west you know WellI anaua tim answered thcHoldicr IIve been v1a mat in Ito go east nil my life hut I ll Ive got to go that way to get there Im going to stay right lure all my life Ive got enough of pain east that way Youths Companion KvcliiftlvtiienN of Mr ItnurUv Jean de Iteske Is till only one of the grand opera singers whom it i s impos sible to hire lou private mnsicalcti He will sing an entire eveningI at the house of a fellowartist hilt becomes positiveI 1ly angry when singingi in private houses for money I suggested IHeI once visiti ed the house of the Itothschilds in Iiri and delighted IsIs host by singing u number of songs The baron who land tried to get him to sing at private en tertainments a number of times but never succeeded now resolved to re ward the Miiger in what he considered the proper Wimytt till close of tho evening he presented De IteskcI with a blank check signed asking him to flit it up for any amount hit widied De KeskeI took the check and as he tort It to pieces said MyI 11111111mI y jur guest Ifl took your cheek I should deserve to be kicked from your door I snug only let pleasure Chicago TitiiesHcraldI Xnt HIP Itlslit Sort NIfiUor How do you like your new minister Mrs Miaggaile wont Inst very long Ills wife is too worldly minded Really 1 jI Yes IIts perfectly scandalous All I her dresses lit her N V Weekly NAVAJOS INCREASING liar Tribe In Ironperoa and Thrli- umlicrN have Doubled lat Thirty Yenrn Those who believe that decadence I it till heritage of the American Indian would do veIlI to study time Navajo tribe In IiS It IIIIIIhlIIcllJIIJoOllls Today through natural increase and not through IImmigration almost entirely without ad mixturet of other blood there are 22000 Xavajos Kvery IindividualI tribesman appears prosperousI Many of till hacks are rich oven from tin standpoint of the white man It Iis roughly thOIlhllJIIItIntlnIJ estli mater that the tribe lias I lH0ill slice p fiOOOO head of cattleI 100000 goats email horses In such numbers as almost to defy enumeration IHorsefleshI indeed Is one of the main food staples The ponies not necessarilyl of poor Mock mart unsalable even at three dollars a head A very large percentage of the wool crop Iis sold lot shipmentI t to I hiS ton just as iis sold the crop of the white woolgrowcr The Xavnjo blankets are still famous tthough Ithe better speci mens arc to be lund tiiiiyit payment of seemingly exorbitantI prices One of the mainI sources of Ithe tribes revenue now is from the smile of blankets that cost Ithe purchaser little if any more than would blankets of ordinary mill manufacture Most of thus modern weaving is done singular to relate with ordinary 1 iermantownI yarn broughtI to Ariona for the I Indians by the tai load ifI special colors tart re quired by the I liidimi weavers recourse Is nad to common dyes Yet despite this strange admixture of ahorijinal bin ilicria ft and modern convenience the Indiiiii has never before so prospered I 1IIdl assistance iis received by Ithe ti hat from Ithe general governmentt con sisting only III occasional gifts of wag ons mid agricultural implements anil III tin support of schools Throughout the Nnvajos have an independence thatt is refreshing While they haxe a his tory far front peaceful tthe 1111111111I eler across the reservation is as safe as lie would be III a New I rngland vil lage Prospectors they dislike II dis like shared by nearly southwesternI I tribes lint they appreciate fully tin power ofl the great chief iin Washin ttona and rarely molrst fellow tribes thrum or whites Kuggcd health is tin attribute of almost every individual nud there is every 1 indication thatt coming centuriesI willI iknow the Xavajos IIK one of tin most considerable of the subdivision of population in the southwest The Navajo reservation is the larg est in the union Yet already it is toe small fur the expanding tribe n fact ap preciated in time IIndian bureau Ne gotiations are in progress for the pur chase by I the government of a consider abl number of land claims to tIll west ward of the reservation When these have been sccurrd thr reservation lint will be moved a number of milesi fur timer toward the selling sun Thi ad vance of the Imullen has Iin it nothing fi cause apprehension to tin white popu lation of northern Ariona A large part ofI the region now and hereafter to be occupied is only graying land mat- ttthe hast abouni I mug iin scenic features hilt lacking in water Tilt main property rights to be se rnrcd are at Tuba City on Moen Copie Wash tIll miles north uf Ilagstair IHere Mormons nnmbiig Kl families have been settled for I years They cultiI vaet about 00 acres of land irrigated by II neverfailing flow from iocn Copic creek At Tuba is expected to arise tthe metropolis of tthe Navajos When the Mormonst arc 11IslmHId11I- 1Iih laud lll lie divided up among a umber of the more industrious In dians mind to start them well in mod ern husbandry the irrigation system is to be remodeled on tthe most approved lines On lrne siteI of the presentI traders More willI II1at hault an Indian school for which an appropriation of if l0Ki has already been made The older IIndians mart not livers to progress and send their children to school in all good will The ilittlet lines lilt remarkably bright and learn Knglish readily For such people as arc tthese it Is easy In prophesy a prosperous fllIIlTlI Yet pastoral must they ever IIIIII ltIi I entually to become supreme iin the west III the rearing of range cattle aril sheep TheirI lands with little excep tion are maul arable and the scheme nf farms I in severallyI willi i t never lie tried with them The tribe must coat taut mis a tribe II nation within our nation in dependent yet willingly subordinate to theI white mans authority with ail a tat lmgt over the whitei man hccMist untaxed thrifty and ever wnltliy in Ithe abundance of their flocks t 1iiicir iiti Inqiilrcr mtr Vllted ImiiThe French people have erected at halonsurMarne a beautifulI and cost 1 ly monument to Fait lnois Chabns tthe eminent 1 Egyptologist who wlici he be gan to publish his works was II wine merchant Curiously enough this au Ithority on things I Kgyptian never visit itI 1 Kgypt IHisI only excursion abromi Will to tin museums of Italy where he remained a few weeks In IMiji N Y Sun Hern unit IIIIIUrII 1IlrfulI nut be true hilt the man on whose tllle IIIIlpns to llImp certainly d nkII Cblcn2 11 Dally XCVloII iJWhoi Li- A heiry laugh indtcifcs i cJtgrfft gdOd health obttinabu through b1ixdcis but ont person in tt7t t part blood the other nine should th Hood with Hoods S1rJJ Ihen thry can laugh I I clloda4Ja 4imdMgl C t STORY SOUNDED WELL 1 c j nut imutru n nlnon to lieu Tlmt It Yim Nut iuiuIl True jihuammiaesI way of work except to mow the I lawnrij 31 Me t hut the rat is in the luni ut nfc lit tin maimed humid favcil tnv hfi 4- U fa I that M ikfd the vmting iiiirfjS vhn knew that tin foi in nf invitationKu 01 be Millicicnt to insiitc the story iS 31 lIt If I I IIIfirtI I fhellwith the I Indian We 1IIIIl illcadtfyi i jewelry anil bright talieo fnta fins AUt4 fr lillirllo well not Kllic thenI amiI Itc dIri lIlit4tlilIII i j t InIll n up mi Hght anil it wn piin ffg 1IIIUSI1jtlllltl l t I a I l mFmotir1mhutlilI till ynuiiiz liiicUs let out a MIIIliltIlltluii1 and tutu Inn mil to the elicitI in eoinniiiiij He raine to nit in II ili nilui niaiuicr tf I ninined tlie Itnul gunnedi I I IiI 10 timtj while ilelilici itniK inl lloxv inl iclwirf me i well a ills partner We it rn tivtlti rilit up to tin hitullc mnl priunticili i I tod part when we wanted to ItI 1101lltIb t1aaiikiiiuil that ua tutaic I holll1lll1th t lfliahlI I llnivc miin said one neighbor to atf 01111 iYhn tellsl IItetwrcn me and you IIu ItJ tt Ilt if finder two venr iitft while cxainiain a h- ilUlIJltNll Free lre 1o VERY OBLIGING lie AVn UlllliiK lo Clvet lie Vol Clinic VticulUt II Cooil llnril Miove a 1 Time young man who siiiR linul ami lon wns hat rimitciI Itil till at tlie dncr of1 IhlS apartmentI I Kxeui me iid time tall tthin irincr 1 4ulim1 fony to ml rtnli IItit taipt the fliis miller oa anil I have come up tn lIquitL if vou mite the gentleman wlio MUSS Jlllk i hJmall jII I I cull ttniil of il At the saint time I Ii tHat iinythint mrtienir nuainst it I III very i liuieli atieeteil by nine tliinct I IIInU1 3 the thing lwifij3 11fOl1l1I i ciillnnu eiuouiaiieinrnt II luxe IHIII WiindfritiR if I IIrauli liemilof your favorite onj tnrrefi1 wtj lame ne 1 Mow often oh lion often jWould1 1 l jJ a To th oc nii wlltl anil wick Is that riislit rYe itV nil riht arronliitK to in wnl lection I that mmmc of t tar piece y u ir uf lIItl Im Yes I lie been niToctcd hv 11 for liotu iii a tune It bin drawn iiIju-ly to you it ha filled mo with i MIII iiiK to ilo1 Miniithini that vi uM iuil u hapiuer And I called 111 to xay rita if yon Ul toni down to the nverwitli in in rveiunu Ill ipty your car fate and inivI ai Iboai itiII sixei you ai uotiil start on IIIlirat ebbing tide clieihiled Anil I ditntt mind aiying that tlie farther unit it bear t 1111 the better Ill be smatiafiedVaIaimigtua Stur laet in PiuvsiologyIIacv orl mim l thI1tlI i i who iif Mnred nearly out of his hol t ivni fiut up an IIlfull latllItlinlli1pOI I ur nulI h pllpttJrntoft oailag thor Klopiinenty That wa an m1 LUC lion IIlulailclphia North AtneMiui u teodOl1I1i I AfW 1 I J 1 I I r1jSick r t titI gcst well appetite poor bowels con yourlivert dyspcpsia lit your mllu lllru or 1111 1J0uU 1 I brown iaaDhhI1h1lMLJnIfor the1 UUU5IIUflHlyl LIIL Whiskers-aI NncARTEIrsIN1K Lat jrtdij anti too iluap to ou wiaout It UHALt tLL FAlLS lInIi S A- mkii a EP WATtOHOVFR US f Are Guarded by Angels Says 44Dr Talmage rr Wronches1ererunslea d God They Control Our Ueallny Copyright 1899 Louis Klopscb brilliant lJclllgR suppose bye IC to be intugiuury ure by Dr rill e In his sermOO shown to hl real to hoe much to 1o with our every lifeThe text is Judges 1110 id the nngel dill wondrously Mnnouh and hisrockire built on u had there kindled the flames for juice In praise of God and in honor- I guest whom they supposed to lie an I Put as the Hume rose higher und guest stepped intolier their strange d flame and byone red leap ascended the skies Then they know that was ingel of the Lord The angel did it idrously wo hundred and fortyeight tunes s the Bible refer to the angels yet I tr heard or read a sermon on angel ry The whole subject is relegated the realm mythical wised spectral unknown Such adjournment is a t Scriptural and wieked Of their life ir character their habits their ue yyt5I their velocities the Hible gives 1 full length portraits jttidl why this i longed und absolute silence con aaslug them Angeiology is my me I here are two nations of angels and r are hostile to each othertic mi a i of good angels and the nation of angels Of the former I chiefly ak today Their capital their head rters their grand rendevous is ivco but their empire Iis tilt 11111 te They are a distinct race of ergo ri No human being cower join ir confraternity The little child j in the Sabbath school sings l- It to be nn angel will never have wish gratified They are superhu iii but they are of different grades I ranks not all on the name levelI or suine height They hive their su ms and inferiors and equals I pro C no guessing on this subject tint c the lliblc for my authority Plato philosopher guessed and divided els into supfrcelestial celestial void icelcbtial Dionysius the Arcopa c guessed and divided then into re lasses the supreme the middle 1 the last anti each of these iota ee ether classes making stifle in nil ilo Mid angels were relater to Gad tin rays of the sun Fulgentius said it tiev were composed of body and rit Clement said they were Ineor real Augustine said that they had n fn danger of falling but now art ond bring tempted Hut the only purity on this subject that I respect is they are divided into cherubim mphiui thrones dominions priuci litics powers Their commander in iff Iis Michael Daniel called him chnel St lohn culled him Michael iwe superman beings are more thor glily organized than soy army that r marched They are swifter than v cyclone that ever swept the Mae are more radiant than any morn tiiit ever came down the sky They It more to do with your destiny lied toe than any being in the universe e s pt Goo May the Angel of the New tenant who is the Lord lesus open Ir eyes und touch our tongue and we our soul while we speak of their Mhlessness their intelligence their linkers their strength their achieve ruts Yts deathless They land a cradle trilli never have a grove The Lord members when they were born hilt- on shall ever sets their eye extin lhedor uptheirI of them hUll not a wrinkle ornde l ltude t youngletIt hour Christ said to the good in- sree Neither Inn they die any ri for IIl1to UIIsore these won 1hIworld go out and ere shall be OWnihhiancet taken its last night they will be adv for the widest circuit through im n milesfitllcirclesdovecote theyenoelGodsmnnandoneguthatfatalityfl lie mortalAh thesedlantintelligence The woman 1ekoah 5p1keRing 1111gkerrandshitI Il beingsrehlncty1here e I pillsinBiblesTheyPI studying It through all thr1 and notlyteelj are so high so deep so grand 10 stupendous to intelligensQfbetoreitTheangels desire to look into That is a subject that excites Inquisitiveness on their part That is a theme that strains their faculties to the utmost That is higher than they enn climb deeper than they can dive They have n desire for something too big for their compre uugelsdelilrediscredit their intelligence No one but God Himself can fuirly understand the wonders of redemption If nil Heaven should study it for 50 centuries they would get no further than the subjectIhrt edge they have ransacked and explored nnd compassed No one but God cnn tell them anything they do not know They have read to the lust word of the last line of the last page of the last volume of investigation and what de lights me must Is that all their intelli genre is to be at our disposal and coin ing Into their presence they will tell us in five minutes more than we can learn by 100 years of earthly surmis ingAnother remark I have to make con cerning these illustrious immortals Is that they are multitudinous Their census huts never been token and no one but nod knows how many there are hilt all the Hible accounts suggest their immense numbers companies of them regiments of them armies of them mountain tops haloed by them skies populous with them John speaks of angels lad other beings round the throne as ten thousand times ten thou sand Now according to my eu lenin tion ten thousand times ten thousand are 100000000 Hut these are only the angels In one place David counted 2o loll of them rolling down the sky ill harlots When noel came away from the riven rocks of Mount Sinai the ltlhl says He had the companionship 10000 adgels I think they are in every battle in every exigency otcerrbirth at every pillow at evey hour at every moment tit earth full of then tilt heavens full of then They out number the human race in this world They outnumber ransomed spirits in glory When Abraham hind his knife ilpliftcd to slay Isaac it was nn angel who arrested the stroke crying Abra ham Abraham It was the stairway of nngels that Jacob saw while pillowed in the wilderness We are told an angel led the hosts of Israrfrfes out of Kgyp linn serfdom It was 1111 angel tint showed Hiigur the fountain where she lined tilt bottle for the lad IItt was an angel that took Lot out of doomed Sodom It was an angel that shut tip the mouth of tthe hungry monsters when Daniel was thrown into the cav ern It was an angel that fed ICIijah under the juniper tree It was an angel that announced to Mary the approach ing nativity Iluywill angels that chanted when Christ Will born It was an angel that strengthened our Saviour in His agony It was an angel that en couraged Paul in the Mediterranean shipwreck It was an angel thatt burst oPa the prison gate after gate until Peter was liberated It was an augel that stirred the pool of Simon where the sick were limped It was an angel that John saw flying through the midst of Heaven nod an angel with foot plant ed on the sea and an angel that opened lie hunk and an nngel that sounded the trumpet and an nnjel that thrust in Ithe sickle and an angel that poured out the vials and an angel standing In the sun It will be an angel with uplifted hand swearing that time shall be no longer In the great finalI harvest of the world the reapers are till nngels Yea and the Lord shall be revealed from Heaven with mighty angels Oh the numbers and the might and the glory of these supernal fleets of them squadrons of theta host beyond host rank shove rank millions on millions and all on our side if we will have then What an incentive to purity mind right eousness is this doctrine that we are continually under angelic observation IICyes ever on you so that tthe most se cret misdeed is committed in the mMst of nn audience of immortals No dour so bolted no darkness so Cimmerian ns to hinder that supernal eyesight Not critical eyesight not jealous eye sight not baleful eyesight hilt friendly J eyesight sympathetic eyesight help fill eyesight Confidential clerk of store with great responsibility on your shoulder and no one to applaud your work when you do It well sad sick with tilt worlds ingratitude think of the an gels in the counting room raptured nt your fidelity Mother of household stitching mending cooking dusting planning up half the night or all night with the sick child day in and day out year in and year out worn with the inonotouy of a life that no one seem of the In theto care for think angels nursery nngels III nil the rooms of your toilingaugelsabout the sick cradle and all in sympathy Men and women of circumstances only partly appreciated or not appre ciated by all never feel lonely again or unregarded again Angels all around angels to approve angels to help nn geld to remember Yen while all the good angels nre friends of the good there is one special angel your bodyguard This idea until this present study of angelology I supposed to be fanciful but I find it clearly stated In the Bible When the disciples were praying for Peters deliverance from JNrison and he appeared at the or oi the prayer meeting they could rot be lieve It was Peter They said It ii an angel So these disciples in tipI cial nearness to Christ evidently be lieved that every worthy soul tins an nngel Jesus said of his followers myFathershall give Ills angels charge over thee to keep thce in nil thy ways Angel shielded nltgel protected angel gtlnr1 ed angelvanopled art thou No wonder that Charles Wesley hymned these wordsWhich of the petty kings of earth Can boast ti guard like ours Encircled from our second birth With till the heavenly powers Valerius and Ituilnus vcro put to death for Christs sake in the yrar 287 and aftpr the day when their bunter had been whipped and pounded into a jeily in the night in prison and before tJo next day when they were to be executed they both thought they saw angct stnnding with two glittering crowns saying He of good cheer valiant sot Biers of Jesus Christ A little nuiii of battle and then these crowns an yours And I am glad to know that before many of those who have passed through great sufferings in this life some angel of God huts held a blazing coronet of eternal reword You we art to have such n guardian angel to tlllhr us upward when our work is done You know we are told an angel conducted Lazarus to Abrahams bosom That dylugwould be a long way to go alone and up paths we have never trod and amid blaing worlds swinging in uuimagina ble momentum out u tdon through such distances and ncnws such infini tildes of space we should shudder at the thought of going alt ut lout the angelic eseovt will come to your languishing pillov or the place of your fault accident nd say Hail immortal one All is wellI God hntb sent me to tithe you home And without tremor or slightest sense of perl1 you will away and upward farther on and farther on until utter awhile Heaven heaves in sighttiuud the rumble of chariot wheels and the roll ot mighty harmonies arc heard in the his tlllltt1II1t1 nearer you come and ncaret still until the brightness is like many mornings Milfnsed into one nail the gates lift and you are inside the amethystine walls and on the ibanks of the jasper sell forever Mife forever free forever well forever rested for ever united forever happy Mothers do not think your little children go alone when they quit this world Out of your arms into angelic wars out of sickness into health out of the cradle into a Saviours bosom Not an in stunt will the darlings be alone between the two kisses the last kiss of earth and the llrst kiss of Heaven Now angels do your work cried an ex piring Christian Yes a guardian angel for each one of you Put yotirtelf now in accord with him When he suggests the right follow it When he warns you against the wrong slum it Sent forth from God to help you in this great battle against slut und death accept His deliverance When tempted to a feeling of loneliness and disheartenment appropriate the promise The angel of the Lord en eampeth aronnd about them that fear Him nod dclivcrcth thanOh I am so glad tint the spaces between here and Heaven are thronged with these supernntiirals taking tidings home bringing messages here rolling back oh stacles from our iIlIlh and giving us dt tens for terrine nre the forces will dispute our way and if tit nation ol the good angels is on our slit the na Lion of had angels Is on the other Pnul had it right when lie MI id We wrestle not against flesh and blood lint against principalities against powers against the rulers of the darkness of this world against spiritual wickedness in high places In that awful fight may God send us mighty angelic rccnforce ment We want nil their wings on our side mall their chariots on our side Thank God that those who are for us are mightier than those who are against us And that thought makes me jubilant ns to the finalI triumph llelgium you know was the battle ground of England und France Yen Helgium more than once was the hilt tleground of opposing nations It so happens that this world is the Itelglum or battleground between the nngciio nations good timid haul Michael the commander in chief on one side Lu rifer as Hymn calls him or Mcphis tophelc as Goethe calls him or Satan as the Hible calls hire the commander in chief on the other side All pure angelhood under the one leadership and all abandoned angelhood under the other leadership Many a skirmish have the two armies humid hot the great and decisive bottle is yet to be fought 1Either front our earthly horns or down from our supernal residences inuyec- ollie in on the right side for o that side are God timid Heaven nod victory Meanwhile the hurtle is being set in array sad the forces celestial timid de iionhieal ore confronting each other Hear the boom of the great cannonade already opened Cherubim seraphim thrones dominations prinelpulitiei and powers are beginning to ride down their foes and until tl work is com plcted Sun stand thou still upon Gib eon and thou moon In the valley of Ajalcnl FININE RILLS odds and Knrtu af Paatilon That- Are Sera In Wall Costumes Wine color is much talked of for lull and winter use With the velvet hutd birds or flowers of n peculiar light shade of red are seen Occasionally n lurk winecolored felt lint appears trimmed with velvet of the saute shade und the wine color appears ns trimming for some of the outing hints The big unit broad turbans of fur and feathers are much seen and are large and solid looking The fur or the feathers go around the sides the middle being of velvet Whole birds are seen on these hats and a gorgeous parrot makes n conspicuous toque Sonic Knglisb girls are wearing becoming limits of pale blue felt which set oil their bright com plexions delightfully ax they are In tensified with black trimmings A lint made for an American has the rim of black velvet soft pale blue felt crown striped with black velvet mull u blackbird at the sldlIThe most charming things are lon stantly appearing III gun metal It Iis a metal that men particularly like for their own belongings A jewel In the clasp of an article of gun metal may nut be altogether appropriate hut it in at tractive There is talk sometimes of the pass log of blossoms for weddings but they have too many traditions clinging around them to cease to be used nnd long sprays of them will be used at many fall weddings The ever pre5etlt guimpc is to be seen in many wedding gowns and lace sleeves in several In stances Some of the gowns nre club orate but a wedding gown of severelyI simple design is always pleasing The girl who feels that the wedding service Is a solemn rite likes to put sonic of that feeling into the cut of her frock In out of the surface ears one shay lust week was aell dressed man wear ing what may have been a Fedora lint but with the rim somewhat wider than usual while around the crown was some white material laid in even folds laid one end put under the other at the left wide It was an unusual hint for a man and particularly noticeable for next to the man sat u woman with a regular Fedora hat of the same color gray with the regulationt block band It looked as if the two had exchanged hats Women who like a fine felt and a se rely masculine styli go directly to the mens shops timid get a smullsi red mans hunt with which they tolls great deal of comfort These line felts ore iictlcally Indestructible can be rolled nnd tumbled and como out looking as good as new Lung coats reaching to till knees with large hoods are mode of satin anil trimmed with stitched bauds of cloth III patterns They make beautiful wraps for elderly women A long circular wrap of blnck cloth is outlined with n fold of white silk braid and has a simu anted yoke made of rows of folded braid stitched lonely together Some of the sleeves totthe gowns with the sheathed skirts mire so snug that Ithey button from the wrist nearly to the elbow X Y Sun PAY FOR A SPOT A MolherN Inutii loim lllllc Idea tar TrncliliiK Chllilrrii to- UP N Vflt Two mothers of large families were discussing domestic matters one Buy and the younger of the two spoke with u sigh of the wary In which her table cloths were spotted through the daily mishaps of her two boys Perhaps youd like to know how I have helped my boys to he carefulI lit the table said the older woman it is tit plan on which my mother brought me up und Ive never found a better The rule in our auuilyslit pro ceeded when urged by her friend to cx plain her methodh is this Any one who makes a spot on tho tablecloth must cover It with a Plea of money and the piece must be large enough to hide the stain entirely 110 rims are al lowed The children have to provide the colas out of their own pockett money This rule applies to their fa ther and me as well us to them The sum goes to buy new table linen The first year I trlwl the plan we had money enough for three handsome tablecloths hilt since then there has been less and less Thin is the fourth year and although none of my buys has yet reached his fifteenth birthday and they are by no means unusually deft in their management of knives forks thud spoons they have learned to syrve them selves and others HO well that I am In dined to think their contributions to the tablecloth fund will be very slight Youths Companion Itrnvrn Prhns llrr Drain large oysters and to the liquor add some dark wellseasoned beef stuck cook ten minutes together and hllttcrIand let it slightly +vn the qunlttityif flour as of butter blend and brown without hurnlngto n rich darkness add the oysters moving thian about gully for n fear seconds then pour in enough of tie strained stock to make n sauce of n medium consistency Serve on small rounds of treat Worn its Home Companion PERSONAL AND IliPEIlflONALl Learned by Experience Daughter Wheat Isi the deadletter office mum ma V Mllmmaour fathers pock etHrooklyn Life ltfillhltlHtlcuAll weddings turn out about the same Yes the woman given tvay undh the man gets sold Philadelphia Bulletin Henpeck is n regular mouse In dis position Isnt he Heavens nol Ills wife hasnt the slightest fear of him Philadelphia Itecoru The Jnyllhut nntde him take up the chimney sweep biiMncss1 The Josh Wanted to conic out on top I KUCSN Knurls City Independent The Shot lerkIteg your pardon madam but It Is a No 5 shoe you want instead of a No 3 SheNlb ft You must be thinking of the size of your hat IIndianapolis JournalI The More Kssentlal Thing Ilitftlyl Maxum was a valuable man It will be hard to Und a man competent to step Into his shoes Duddy And still more dllllcult to find a man who can till hit hIlCnolllon Transcript What Is that man titling asked the hIIIItnf a remote and unheardof rout munity Prospecting for gold VeilI him to stop it los he want a lot of people to come down hire withI krag JorgciiMos to civilize us tlIhlllJt- Oil Star Youll hove to give up drinking on account of your liver said the doctor And I would advise you stop smoking hicausc of your eyes and heart Duet till groaned till patient dont you think Id better give up eating hceauso of my IItllllllllhr Philadelphia North American TRAVELED AS A MAN Advrnlnr rx of n Voinnn Who Vnwl d In Sr Ihr World a Altn Ire U Here 1III the story of n woman who wanted to set tit world and saw it Her ambition was nut to see It through womans ryes huh ns men see it There was 0111our way to do this rind that Will to tVHiunc mens clothed Itching of masculine aappearance tills other wise insurmountatileI I difficulty was lurmoiiutablc Nettle Dickey of Stan ton Del lately returned home after hurt sixth tour his a man satisfied Slut less taken to dresses again and this time she says for good Slit began her ml ventures six yearst- aro Stir was n country girl but am bitious One night when khc was mend ing liar brothers clothes the idea oc enllIItl tll her Iii next day sht WllIt ttl town and had her hair cut shout man fashion That nightshe put on hum brother suit poclieted her savings mud set out on her travels She walkedl three miles to Newark boarded an ex press to Iliiltimore and there gut n bout for Norfolk In two weeks her 11 was gone mid she Need out to chop wood lint tilllill it so awkwardly that her rmployer became suspicious He con sulted his wife mod thy accused their tvoodclmpper of being 11 woman Her nerve broke down nnd slit confessed A telegram was sent to hire father and he came after hurt ami tools her home A year later tit lunging again void hold of X cttImend she was lilT again she had saved quite a sum this time and wont to Chicago Sic lived as a man among men boarding at heap lodginghouses and frequenting con cert hulls nnd saloons Then her money nave out and slur took loan Imply box nr lilt manyI another tramp Driven out of this she slept In an empty track house touted from this she wandered ihout until picked up nearly lend of starvation evd exposure At the hos pital her sex Will discovered and slit confessed and wus sent home Two years afterward she was off iigain as before In mens clothes Stir miw Philadelphia nnd Huston maul New York tills time She came to grief In the Howery writ taken to llellcvuc hospital and front there sent home liar fourth trip was to Pittsburgh and this time experience hind taught her that money lad an Pads and she got home on held last dollar without disaster Her last two tours also hind success ful termination tShe always left home without warning ond in mens clothes She spent three wck lit an Atlantic Jity hotel hist year her sx unsuspect ed and this yens stir managed to see New Orleans Hie UM now she hulls seen enough of the world and Is content to remain home undI be n woman rut the rest of her life Chicago Times Herald Tin liitic Jixi elril II A New York sKlcty duiuc who itt uit ardent upholder u the Society for thin Prevention of Cruelty to Animals owns n little fox terrier of which she is ex cehlugly fllllclJ man who had called an her the other Ixy Will admiring taw jog std asked its mistress how slur with all her humane theories couli have allowed the t ruel dog fancier to cut oil Snaps tall Mid cats to the fusfi lonable degree of brevity Tic dams Irew herself tip nut replied with SOIIHJ bnutciir My dear i lr SOllil expected it Every thoroughbred fox terrier expects tc have his tall and eno nhorUTtd Ami that hurnbled mini HNit nivnybe yingJo himself Thats than Lrst tiinn luvtir thought of noblewe n1iLt as npflyliijj to fvx terrJuaN Y viewscrJ 1 t i Lh p 141i- kpII I yi y t- F t-t- e ti ti t i JJI i i Ld l a r t1 II aid t 17d c 4- Y I u h tt J 0 q t f X tJ Ii = C f Mf WATCH OVER US Are Guarded by Angels Says Dr Talmage 1elnas Who OIire Wwrnlni ers to ylhen Evlt APprochfNlsa Control OurGod They Oesllar CIloJlchop brilliant beings supposed b ecto be imaginary lire bv Jr Tul hc realshown tohis sertuoui e in f everyKI Ll the angel did wondrously Mnnouh and hisrockire built on u kindledl the flumes for h bad there of God and in honor rlfice in praise guest whom they supposed to ho nanut II as the llame rose higher and y her their strange guest stepped into n red leap ltscrndefo- lheakiea flame und byone F Then they know tutu was angel of the Lord The angel did t odrou8ly Two hundred mid fortyeight tunes the IHble refer to the angels yet 1 s rev heard or rend a sermon on angel gy The whole subject is relegated the realm mythical wierd sport nil J unknown Such adjournment is i Scripturall and wicked Of their life- efr character their habits their ue mu their velocities the Hiblo gives full length portraits jilid why this longed anti absolute silence conning them Angelology is my meThere are two nations of angels and- y are hostile to each otherIhr nu n of good angels and the nation of I angels Of the former I chjefly ak today Their capital their h IIclldi irters their grand rendezvous IsI air but their empire iis the uni ie They ure a distinct race of erou tl No human being can ever join ir confraternity Tin little child o in the Sabbath school slugs I nt to be an angel will never have r wish gratllled They are siiporlm mi but they are of different grads d ranks not all on the sane level or have their sue fume height They riors and inferiors curd equals I lpro se no guessing on this subject bill ke the Ihble for my authority Plato c philosopher guessed and divided gels into supereelestial celestial and bvelebtlal Dionysius the Arcopa te guessed and divided them into ret classes the supreme the middle d the last and each of these into tv ether classes nailing nine in all silo said angels were related to God- tit rays of the sun Fiilgcntlus snub at theywere composed of body and Ml Clement said they were Incur real Augustine said that they had tn In danger of falling hilt now are yond being tempted Hut till only ithority on this subject that I respect ys they are divided into cherubim raphim thrones dominions princi ilitlts powers Their commander in let IH Michael Daniel culled him ichael St lohn called him Michael JMI supernalI beings are more thor ghly organized titan any army that er marched They arc swifter than y cyclone that ever swept the sea 111111111riite more to do with your destiny and Inc tliatl any being in the universe es ft Cod May the Angel of the New tenant who is the Lord Jesus open ir eyes and touch our tongue and wr our soul while we speak of their MhlossnesH their intelligence their miScrs their strength their achieve tuts Yes deathless They hind a cradle ttwill never have a grave The Lord members when they were born but one shrill ever sec their eye cxtin ilhed or their moment urn slow up their existence terminate The old Northernt huts not n wrinkle or a do youngherl t hour Christ said to the good in mtn Neither can they die any ore for they are equal unto the an- IsI Yes deathless arc those won i theyyillI tgo on ere I awllIlianeet taken its lust flight they will Ibe at1y for the widest circuit through im tDlty taking a quadrillion of miles circlesdoreeote theyeThey need no telI for they are never tiredI At Gods minand he oneblbuttfatalityI AwakellemultipatentA d thesedlnntI wantonTekoabspokeMngg littleknowaneltrllhclrgsreincasement and hence y ore oil senses l f were putsmJ end and the IHble- m ilm Ye lhybcthrough5 notlyPUoo These wonders are so high ao deep co grand so stupendous so mngnlflcerif that even the intelligence pf angelhood is eonfeundcd before itThe apostle says Thlch things the angels desire to look into That is a subject that excites inqulsltlveness on their part That is a theme that strains their faculties to the utmost That is higher thou they can climb deeper than they can dive They hove n desire for something too big for their compre ungelldclrcdiscredit their intelligence No one but God Himself can fairly understand the wonders of redemption If nil Heaven should study It for 50 enturlcI they would get no further titan the A 11 C of that inexhaustible subject Hut nearly all other realms of knowl edge they have ransacked and explored and compassed No one hit God can tell them anything they do not know They hove road to the last word of the last line of the last page of the last volume of investigation and what delights me most Is that all their intelligence is to be at our disposal and com ing into their presence they will tell us in five minutes more than we con learn by 100 yours of earthly hunnis lag Another remark I have to make Ion cerning these illustrious immortals Is that they are multitudinous Their census huts never been taken and no one hat God knows how many there are but all the Hible accounts suggest their immense numberscompanies of them regiments of then armies of them mountain tops haloed by them skies populous with theta John speaks of angels and other beings round the throne as ton thousand times ten thousand Now according to my Calcutta tine ton IhoiiKnnd times ton thousand are 100000000 Hut these tare only the Bagels in one place David mantled U0 000 of theta rolling down the sky1 in chariots When God came away from the riven rocks of Mount1 I Sinai the llih says Ho had the companionship 10000 lutitcfc I thinkthoy are in every battle in every exigency at every birth at every pillow at evey hour at every moment the earth full of them the heavens full of them They out number the human race in this world They outnumber ransomed spirits in glory When Abraham had his knife i iliftod to slay Isaac it wns an angel1 who arrested the stroke crying Abra ham Abraham It was the stairway of angels that Jacob saw +vhiheipillowed In the wilderness Wo are told an angel ted the hosts of Israelites out of Kgyp tian serfdom It wns an angel tint showed Hagur the fountain whore she tilled the bottle for the lad It was an angel that tool Lot out of doomed Sodom It was an angel that shut up the mouth of the hungry monsters when Daniel was thrown into the uuv ern11 It was an angel that fed Klijnh under the juniper tree It wnsnnnngel1 that announced lo Mary the approach ing nnthity They wore angels that cheiteoi shirt hrist wns hurt It was- ill angel that strengthened our Saviour in His agony It was an angel that en couraged Paul in the Mediterranean shipwreck It was an angel that burst uptu the prison gate after guts until Potor was liberated It was an angel1 that stirred the pool of Silonm where the sick wore healed It was an angol1 that John saw Hying through the midst of Heaven oil an angel with tout planted on till sea and an angel that opened the book tad an angel that sounded the trumpet and an anpcl that thrust in the sickle and an angol that poured out Iho vials and an angol standing In the sun It will bo an angel1 with uplifted hand swearing that time shall bo no longer In the great final harvest of the world the reapers are the angels Yea and the Lord shall be revealed from Heaven with mighty angels Oh the numbers and the might and the glory of those supernal fleets of them squadrons of them host beyond host rank above rank millions on millions and till on our side if wo will hind them What an incentive to purity tad right eousness is this doctrine tint we are continually under angelic observation Eyes ever on you so that the most ter Bret misdeed iis committed in the miIst of an audience of immortals No dour HO bolted no darkness so Cimmerian us to hinder that supernal eyesight Not critical eyesight not jealous eye sightI tint baleful eyesight but friendly eyesight sympathetic eyesight help fit eyesight Confidential clerk of stun with great responsibility on your shoulder and no one to applaud your work when you do It well and sick with the worlds ingratitude think of the an gels in the counting room rapt lr1 at your fidelity Mother of household stitching mending cooking dusting planning up half the night or all night with the sick child diy in tutu day out year in and year out worn with the monotony of a life that no one went to cure for think of the angels In the nursery angels In all the rooms of your toiliiigangclsnhout the sick cradle and all in sympathy Men end women of all circumstances only partly appreciated or not uppre riafed by all never feel lonely again or unregarded again Angels all around angels to approve angels to help an gels to remember Yea while nil the good angels ate friends of the good there is one special angel your bodyguard I This idea until this present study of nngelology I supposed to be fanciful but I find it clearly stared in the IJSble When the disciples were praying for Peters deliverance from jHrisoannd he appeared at the tor of tfie prayer meeting they could rot believe It was Peter They said It it an angel So these disciples in fcpo vial nearness to Christ evidently be Hewed that every worthy soul has nil nngel Jesus said of his followers uuyFatherI shall give Ills angels chnrge over thee to keep thee in all thy ways Angel shielded angelprotected angel gunrd ed angel nnopied art thou 1 No won der that Charles Wesley hymned these wordsWhich of the petty kings of earth Can boast u guard like ours Encircled from oar second birth With all the heavenly powers Valerius and Hullnus wero put to death for Christs sake in the yar L87 timid after the day when their bodies hut been whipped and pounded into a jeilyl in the night in prison and before tl next day when they were to be executed they both thought theysaw ungoi standing with two glittering crown saying He of good cheer valiant sot diers of Jesus Christ A little mutate of battle and then these crowns an yours And I am glad to know that before many of those who have passed through great sufferings in this life some angel of Gal hits held a blaiiifc coronet of eternal reward Yen wo art to lave such n guardian angel to take us upward when our work is dune You know we are told an angel conducted Lazurus to Abrahams bosom Thai shows tint none shall be so poor In dy- lug he cannot afford angelic escort Jt would be n long way to go alone and up paths we hove never trod and amid hluxing worlds swinging in uuimagina ble momentum out and on through such distances and across such intinl tildes of spate we should shudder ut thin thought of going ahno Hut the angelic esouvt will come to your languishing pillory or the place of your fatal accident mil say Hail immortal one All is well find hatb sent me to take you home And with out tremor or slightest sense of peri you will away and upward farther on and farther on until xftcr awhile Heaven heaves in sight and the nimble of chariot wheels and the roll ol mighty harmonies are heard In the dis tance and nearer you come and nearer still until the brightness Iis like many mornings suffused lute one and the gates lift tutu you curt inside the amethystine walls and on the banks of the jasper sea forever safe forever free forever well forever rested for ever united forever happy tethers do not think your little children go aloneI when they quit this world Out of your arms into angelic minus out of sickness into health out of the cradle into n Saviours bosom Not an in stout will the darlings ho alone hot wccn the two kisses the lust kiss of earth and the first kiss of Hoavon Now nngeU do your wurklIjlll an Xi piring Christian Its a guardian angol for each one of you Put yourself now in accord with him When ho suggests till right follow it When ho warns you against the wrong slims It Sent forth fromCiod to help you in this groat battle against slum and death accept Ibis deliverance When tempted to a fooling of lonelinosii and dishcartcnmcnt appropriate the promise TIll angol of the Lord en cnmpcth around about them that four Him fwd dclivcrcth thorn Oh I am so glad that the spurts between here toad Hoavon aro thronged with these siiponiaturals taking tidings home bringing messages hero rolling hark ob staclos from our Lath and giving us de fens for terrific arc till forces wile dispute our way mid if the nation ol the good angels is on out side the na tion of had angels is on the other PniilI laid it right whets hue said Wo wrestle not against flesh and blood butt against iprincipalities against powers against the rulers of the darkness of this world against spiritual wickedness In high places In unit awful fight may Cod send us mighty angelic rocnforco went We want all their wings on war side all their chariots on our side Thank Cod that trust who are for us are mightier than those who are against us And that thought makes me jubilant ns to UK final triumph Belgium you know was the battle ground of Kngland old1 Francs Yea Itflgium1 more thud once was the bat Iic ground of opposing notions It MI happens that this world is the Ilelglii lit or battleground between Iho angeiio nations good and bad Michael the commander in chief on one side Lu ciferI as Hyron calls him or Mcphls lophclc as Ooetho culls hint or Satan IM the Hible calls him the commander in chief on the other side All pure angelhood under the one leadership rind all abandoned angelhood under the other leadership Many skirmish have the two armies had hilt the great and decisive battle Is yett to be ought Hither froth our cart lily homos or down from our supernal residences may we Lotne in on tile right side for on that side are Cod and Heaven and victory Meanwhile the battle 1 is being set in array tad MIC forces celestial and de moniacal lire confronting each other Hear the boom of the grout cannonade already opened Cherubim seraphim thrones dominations principalities and powers are beginning to ride down their foes and until tL work is corn pleted Sun stand thou still upon tub eon nod tiioc moon in the vull of Ajalcnl 0 F zNINERILLSO- dds and Kn I of Fndilon Taal- Are tees IN Walt Contuntri Wine color is much talked of for inll old winter use With the velvet hats birds or dowers of n peculiar light shade of red urc seen Occasionally n lurk winecolored felt hint appears trimmed with velvet of the same shade and the wine color appears as trimming for some of the outing hats The big rind broad turbans of fur and feathers arc much seen ami ore large tumid solid looking The fur or the feathers go around the sides the middle being of velvet Whole birds are seen on these hunts and a gorgeous parrot makes a conspicuous toque Some rnglish girls are wearing becoming huts of pale blue felt which set oft their bright com plexions delightfully as they tire in tensified with black trimmings A hut made for an American hut the rim of black velvet soft pale blue felt crown utriped with black velvet and a blackbird at the stile Till most charming things tare lon scantly appearing In gun metal It is a metal tint men particularly like for their own belongings A jewel In the clasp of an article of gun metal may not be altogether appropriate but It In at tractive There is talk sometimes of till puss hag of blossoms for weddings but they have too many traditions clinging aroundI thud to cease to bo used and long sprays of them will btll at many Gull weddings lie everpresent guimpc Iis to bo soon in many wedding gowns and lute sleeves in several in statutes Some of tilt gowns art dial orate but a wedding gown of severely blmplo designI is always pleasing The girl who fools that the wedding service IIs a solemn rite likes to put some of that fooling into tit cut of her frock In our of the surface curs one day lust week was a vvell dressed stun wear ing what may have hero a Fedora hut but with tho rim somewhat wider than usual while around the crown was some white material lulu in raven folds toad one end 11111 under the other at the left tide It was an unusual lint for a man and particularly noticeable for next to tilt man sat a woman with a regular Fedora lust of the sumo color gray with the regulation black baud It looked us if tilt two hud exchanged hutsI Women who like a Oar folt stud a se verely masculine styli go directly to the mens shops and got a sniallsicd mans hint with which they taken grout deal of comfort These fled felts are practically Indestructible can be rolled and tumbled and count out looking an good as now Long oontK reaching to tit knees with largo hoods err made of satin and trimmed with stitched hands of cloth In patterns They make beautiful wrap for elderly women A long circular wrup of hhuklollhi is nulllued with it fold of white sills braid and has a shunt nerd yoke made of rows of folded laud stitched closely together Sonic of the sleeves to Ithe gowns with the sheathed skirts sire so snug tutu Ithey button from tilt wrist nearly to the elbow N Y Sun PAY FOR A SPOT A MiilhorN liiKoiilou lllllo lilin for ToiioliliiK Chilli ron tit llr NrntI- wvo mothers of largo families wore discussing domestic mutters one day and the younger of the two spoke with u sigh of Iho way in which her lublo clotliH wore spotted through the dully mishaps of her two buys Perhaps youd lure to know how I have helped my hays to be careful ut till table said the older woman it is the plan on which my mother brought me up and Ive never found u better The rule in our family she pro txiplalll1 who makes a spot on tin tablecloth must cover it with a piece of money and the piece must bo largo enough to hide the stain entirely no riniH are al lowed The children have to provide tilt coins out of their own pocket money This rule applies to their fa ther and mo UK well as to thorn TIlt sum goes to nay new table linen The first year I trust tit plan we hUll money enough for three handsome tablecloths hut since then there has been loss and less This is the fourth year and although none of my boys has yet reached his fifteenth birthday and they aro by no moans unusually deft in their management of knives forks and spoons hoy have learned to s rvc them selves and others so well tint I am III clined to think their contributions to till tablecloth fund will he very sll lItYolltlaK Companion llrntrn Krlemmrr Drain largo oysters sad to the liquor odd some dark wellseasoned beef stoIc cook text minutes together read strain In a spider melt some butter and let it slightly brown then add hulf the quantity of flour as of butter blend and brown without burning to a rich darkness add the oysters moving them about gently for a fey seconds then pour in enough of the strained stock to make a sauce of n mediums consistency Serve on small rounds of trusterWoa u Home Companion PERSONAL AND IHPE1 OVAL Learned by Experience Daughter What IU the deadletter ofllce rain tun Miimma Your fathers pock etUrollllJn Llf- e1esshnisticAll weddings turn out nbout the same Yes the womani given tvay and the man gets told Philadelphia Hulletln Henpeck InI n regtinr mouse in this position Isnt twl Heavens nol lilt wife hasnt the nllghtM fear of hint Philadelphia llocoru The JnyYhat iinule him take up the chimney sweep business The JOtihWnlltNl to taut out on top I gauss lKaunas City Independent The Shoe Clerk1ig your pardon madam but It is a No 8 shoe you want Instead of a No 3 8hf No 5 You trust be thinking of till site of your lint Indianapolis JournalI The More 1lIlIllI tIll I JhhllIFiidAly Maxum was a valuable man It will bo hard to find a man competent to step Into his shoes Duddy And itlll more dltlli alt to find a man who Clio till his hlltI1I111tOIl lrllllIlptJWhat 1 is that than duingasked the louder of u remote and unheardof roll munity Prospecting fur gold TollI him to still It Does he want a lot of people to come down hire with krng Jorgonsons lo Civilize us Washing ton Still Youll have to give up drinking on account of your liver said tilt undue And I would advise you stop smoking because of your tyts tied heart Doc tor groaned till patient dont you think Id hater give up outing bconiun of my stomach Philadelphia North American TRAVELED AS A MAN Ldrrnluri ur n Viininii Who Vmil- tril lo Srp floe World ts- Irn Irv It Here Iin the story of n woman who wanted to set tit world and situ it Her ambition was not to hoc It through WOIIIIIIIH eye tIlt as men sit it There was oilyoar way to do thus and that was to sham mins Clothes Ilclng of inaKCulino lippoaranco this other wise Insurmountable dltlloulty WIIK lurmoiiiitable Nettle Dickey uf Stan ton Del lately1 returned hone utter her sixth tour as a null Mitlsllod Slit lies taken to drctooH againI stud IliU time slic says for good She began her adventures six yearn fro Slit was a country gut but am hitlouh One night when slit was mend ing huts1 brotlicrs clothes the idea oo IIIIIII to live Ih insl day slit vtiul III town mtb tutu her hair cut short watt Cushion That night lie put on her brother suit pockotrd hor Mivlngs tau set out on her travels She walked throe tt Irs to cnrk liourdod an ox IIPSH to llaltiinoro and then got nhoiiL tor Norlollt In ttwo wooks lnr 1 ir was gono nml she hired out to chop wood Hut tilllitl 1 It so awkwardly that lei rmployvr beeline suspicious Iii eon suited his wlfo mid they acciiMd their wnodclioppor of being a woman Her nerve broke down toil slit confessed A tologram wa sent to her father and ho came after her and took her homo A your later the longing again laid hold of Nettle and she was lilT again aho hail saved quite a sum this time and wont lo Chicago Sic lived as n man among men hoarding at cheap lodglnghoiihos and frequenting con cert hulls ami saloons Then lice money glint out and slit took loan empty lox nr like many another tramp Driven out of thisI slit slept In an empty traok IIOIIM Koutod from Ithus slit wandered pout hut II picked up nearly dead of starvation ii d expoHiiro At the lion pital her sox WJIK diMinirod nod slit confessed and was sentI homo Two years afterward slit was lilT iigaln us before In mens clothes Sic taw Philadelphia ind lloston and Now York this time Slit came to grief in the Howcry win taken to llolleviic hospital and from there sent homo Her fourth trip was to Pittsburgh nail this timeI experience had taught her that ninny wad an end and she got homo on hurl last dollar without disaster Jlor last two tours also hail succhs nil tcrminatlonr Slio always loft homo withoutI t warnint ate l in mens clothes Sho spent throe woks at an Atlantic 1My lintel last ytitr Jirr HOX unsuspect ed and this yeah stir managod to till Now Orleans fill MtvH now rhc IIIIK steoii enough of Hit world 1111111b Is content lo remain home it nil bo a woman for the rest of her life Chicago Times Herald Till Dow Jixprolrd If A New York HVtlolyI dun who In uu irdent upholder u7 the Society for Ihti Prevention of Cruelty to Animal owns a little fox terrier of which she hi CT cohlnylyI fllllcljA mnii who hutch called DII her the other Viy was admiring Hw Jog mud asked Itn inlstresM how she with all her hunittiie theories coulJ have allowed the truth dog fancier to cut alt SriupH till m11l earn lo the fast lonnlh degree of Orcvlty The dint Ire+v herself up nut replied with hutntr hauteur IIIJ dear sir 8nu expected It Every thoroughbred foX tMrrtr expects to have bin tall and ems uhortursetl Alil that hiimblcd intin wnt HHytsylagW himself Thats thin first tuna I ever thought of noblcsae ooii c nptlyli to Ix torrlerLN Y TrAXuit yt- r r Ii I n t p 1 r t l h If t F tJ iua Y4t- rl f M 1- y I Ii i i e r 1 A s3A x d y- 9j I ta r V 7 T j y I A r 1 I tItr 1 ly f Al t It I h H tr 1 99- I 9- f 9- i 9- i 9- i 9- kI 9- r 9- t 9i i i 11 I i i f i i 1 I q t j 11 t 1 jjIi j It t I kIIL i I kIkI- II F S e s d- r 1r SWAMP1 Is lOt recommended for ev haveRODTI f lrbul lo it will bi found lust the remedy you need At dritggUi in fifty cent and dollar KIRCH You may luivo n sample bottle of thin wondrfnl new ctlcoverv by mall free Alan pamphlet liHInt nil about IL AddriKH Dr Kilmer Co Jllnglmmton N Y n CQUNrry1TLIVS NOTES 0 l f oafToinanroinatrtintttIettrrca pMinlenco mint Im iii this nlllco hy Monday tightl of each week told that nearby mi Monday morning IOllr currlflplllllltlItl4 are lcrlIct in duty and wo want to say that henceforth they will tint receive paper except for the week they have IICVVH lottery Wc are dependent upon them fur tho new a and when they full to mnil in their favor they put IUH to great Inconvenience GILLMORE GLEANINGS Died on the 8th mat of nenrlot Cover little 1cixrlcy duughtor of Logim Lindon ngotl botwoon 5 told 0 yearn Minn Ilnchol Vest tho iiBsiHtnnt post tnistrusH nt this pliico in viriit ing relatives and fripmla in Mon ifoo county Sho claims to ho tho chnnipion heavyweight of Wolfo county according to ago boing only 13 yours null 0 montliH old nnd tips till bonm nt 180 IbH UxorI RIattN What Mr John G Kilgoro anya of the mnchino wo Hold him 3 to 00 Savoil on Two Purchases lAMASCO IYOV Co KI V Out tI IHU9- SKA us UoKiiiicK t Co Clilcn o III Sirs The Mlniiesotu nwcliine I ordered nf you came all O K11nd Iii u lino machine ami fully COIIUM up to the recommendation nil II I waved nl lonit JOX over buying from mi ngunt nml tit hin 4SordrrtdI from you eiium all O K and iiI ell right ami I aavcd fJOOO over hiiylni It from my home dealer JOHN UJ KIIOUUK Wo will Bond tins name mnchino to nny rondur of TIIK JlKitAin who cult oxnmino it at thofroightdopot nnd if found satisfactory pay tho freight agentt 1015 and freight charges No doubt Mr John G Kilgoro will bo willing to show his mnchino to nny intending purchas or Wo will mail froo our Sewing Mnchino Catnlongo to any rondor of thin pnpor on application SKAHH KOKIJUOK it Co Chicago 111 Preacher AdnniB who for some menthe has occupied tho Frank Murphy cottage on MSoI Avenuo has recently removed to tho resii dence property of Frank Tyler corner State Street told Brand way Throe Doctors In Consultation from Henjunin lFranklin When you are SICk whit you lile bust1 Iis to 1 hI ubosen lInr a ineilioino In the first j l Iis best to ouitowlmt reiiiou I1cI Theory siiy In best iis to he ehoneu in tho liiit piece lint if you euu net IUr lit cliiintloii Dr Ixperleuee land Pr lieasou to hold u consultation together they will give von the hmt advice that ean he tiikon When you have a bail cold Dr Inclination would1 recommend Chamberlains Cough llomedy bo cause it is pleasant ntHlHfo to tnko Dr Experience would re oonunond it because it ntnor fails to effect n 8peo1nud permanent euro Dr Reason would recom mend it bocauHO it is prepared on eciontillc principles nnd nets on natures plan in relieving tho lungs opening tho secretions nnd restor ing tho system to n natural and healthy condition For snle by J 1Dny Druggist On the lard inst at Nicholns v ill0 Mrs Chester Croon nee Gentry shot Mrs J M1 Botts wife of tho gentlemanlyI clerk of the lintel Nicholas twice inflicting dangerous wounds The shooting vas dono with n pistol Jealously tho cause How to Prevent Croat Wo hurt two children who nr subject tonttnoks of croup Whon avor an nttnok is coming on my iio giver thorn Chntnlx rlRinV Qbugh Romedv and it always pre vents tho attack It is n house hold necessity in this county nnd no matter what olso wo run out of it would not do to ho without Chamberlains Cough Remedy Moro of it is sold hero than of nil other cough medicines combined J M Nicklo of Nicklo Bros merchants Nioklovillo Pa For Hsvle by J T Day Druggiat P NoW tho election for state offi cars is over lot us tttru our nt tontion to our town by having tho tiduwalkni put in good shapo BO tho pcdietrain can troop out of tho mud for winter is at hand If your horso or mule hasa lump bunch hone Hpavino curb splint or any like ailment go to John M Rose r anti got n hottlo of Quinns Ointment which will re move tho obstacle tf Black log a dia neo which killed many cattle in Gnrrnrd county lust your IJHB mndo its appenrnnco again nnd n great mnny cattle have died from the disonso Tommio Daniel of Ezol and MiflsLonio Combs of Morehond are visiting tho fumilof Q C Dnniol fntlior of the former nnd brotherinlaw of the hitter Boyd Colo representing Goo C Murphy East Liverpool 0 vns n guest of tho Day House Monday night Ills specialty isi queens ware Old fashions in dress may ho revived hut no oldfush ioned med icine can replace Chamberlains Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea Runt edy For sale by J T1 Day Drug gist Howard n Son of Too Miller of GrnBBy met with n misfortune te costlyI by getting one of hiB loge broken by wrestling with another boy 0 K Nolnnd fatally shot Wm Hose and seriously wounded Judge A1J Tharpo at Winston Estill county Kentucky Sunday after noon Tho vote of Hazel Green null precinct is Goobul 15M Taylor SO Brown 8 Goobols majority Hi Rose 1JJ7 Adonis ill Roses mn jority 61- Admiral Dowoy is to be mnrrkul in n short time to Mrs 1V11 Hnxon n sister of John U McLean publisher of the Cincinnati En quirer Tho National Fox Hunters will hold their annual meeting this year at Estill Springs on the pith inst Tim Hyrd moved from Caskoy forkof Gassy crook Morgan county to Lacy creek Wolfo county last week Rev John W Burchnm will preachattholrnnkJohnson school house on Lacy crook Sundny nt 111 oclock E W Dixon with tho Mnnns Urns shot Co Cincinnnti was a guest of the Day HOUHO Tuesday night Thanksgivingi comes on Thurs day time JHHh of this month and tthe editor anti his botterJ like turkey Grandma Dulcinn lic1tt of the Greasy fork of lUackwntov is visi itinir her grandson Henry Frank lin IMoratt of tthis place Among tho ItdveYtiseuwnis in our columns this week will bo found that of A line farm for sale II nlwo homo our readers will carefully noruso it TO ctrur A 3 in ix ONI UAY Take Laxative Hromo QuitiinoTahlcts All druuifiitA refund money if it fails tnI cure 2ie Tho genuine Inn L H Qon each tablet There was considerable stock on the market lucre Wednesday ant nil sold well but wo failed to get a report Alter Ml 1 year of honest toil iit looks as thought all our work must spoil I WITHOUTI SALT TO SAVE IT Last walk up and lay n dollar down and Ill lip a happy man in town I 1 SOjAI LUG Thatialat n atticnntount tit rat uev ht- ehrutd IHT r tuvcr W rhk i lt 1Lufron Hi vr Why n t 1 L Ift ii tin ij MI oxtrA miify lt rum Iiti Eii oCa t NT ENwilt rviitotv all lump and liuiichci penna nnllr without IMVII J a wr For rate at aU droll Mcr atttW pkg Smaller elreboo W R EDDY A CO Whitehall NY Fine Farm FOR SALE 0 Having determined to locate at an other point I offer for sale at private contract my farm near Salem Morgan county Ky containing oaereJO ncres of which is timber land of good quality On tho place is a modern 5 room rfsi deuce and all necessary outbuildings III never failing well of tine water n Htorc room H2l feet with full length ware room along Hide 1- n AN ORCHARD n of 40 Young Treesn- representing several varieties of fruit is now in hearing and n source of revenue A Church and School adjoin the premises and the neighbor hood ix unexcelled for good behavior sobriety etc 8100000 WILL BUY IT end tin terms bo outdo to suit any reasonable purchaser P MI LONG or tilKNCftlt OOOPKK Hazel Green Ky O+ I Ij2RROn f1UorneyaiLaw COMKCTIONS A SlITI VLTV AXI III TtTllNH IllOMlTIY MADK 151 W Jimitsox STIIBCT LOUISVILLE KY lltference J Taylor Ity Hazel Green s L i i Jtr J MUsOlr t frIr C t1 Tile leading SpDclaHst5 cf ltleerIC3 t 20 YEARS 111 OHIO J 250000 Cured 1 WECURESTRICTUREjYliuilfanJ 1 rinlennro1 iiMCJiiscliiuMy They inny hnvo n martins Mn nlion finoll twii tiiig flrcnm ft 111 cuttiiit imli Srt titncc illslitili elmreo diPltidiy in commnicljB weak T nrinn rnil + lnn antl all tho FylllptnlllN JU off nrrvoiii dclillily they havu titUll If Iontltiloctor4c crlmentoii you bjr c ittliiK ttrotclilnc or tearing H you ihln vlll not euro 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