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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tr t J w I ri7fiTIf iHj i3i i 4 M fa b i THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD lg Establlshod March 4 1885 Made Famous tIn tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max OR 11 0 f = r YEARrFIFTEENTH COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER 80 1800 NUMBER 80 I t lt COOIKK AdrsAiaaPdI MRS ONEILL EARNED The Proud Title of Queen of Spendthrifts In Six Years When Mrs Evungolino Claire JlcPhorsoii married Henry J O Jfeilli the barley king tt SIX years ago she was earning r51 week on which sho supported hersolf and her child Since that time she is said to huvusquanderc1 moro thus 100000 of her husbands money Smo is now under arrest in Mon trial for defrauding Chicago and New York firms of 50000more The total amount of her expen ditures in six years will fall not far short of 500000 She Inn proved herself the queen of spendthrifts and the greater part of her money has gone to gratify her vanity in personal adornment To bo sure she bought at one time rare books to tho amount of 10000 and spent as much more for lieu rugs Sho placed one order with a Chicago firm for ifLOOOG worth of jewelry When she last stayed in New York six months ago her bill for rooms at tho WaldorfAstoria for 20 days amounted to 1000 She gave one dressmaker an ordor for 12000 worth of gowns When she left Chicago two wookfl ago she had 28 trunks She was next heiffd from in Baltimore with 13 trunks When she was arrested in Montreal she had only eight trunks They are said to contain jowelry nUll feminine apparel to the extent of 151000 She was then as silo explained reduced to the actual necessities and had only DO pairs of silk stockings LS para sols and 150 pairs of gloves Although his wife tae ruined ONeill he still clings to her and has gone to Chicago to help her out of her dillicultios Ho was inn fair way to become a millionarie whoa ho married her Ho had started in business in Winona Minn und had reached a point where ho practically controlled tho barley market Then ho moved to Chicago Ho is a plain unas suming man who never cared to spend money on himself The change camo when ho mar ripL tho routine Mich widow They wont to live in an olognnt apartment in Ellis avenue Mrs ONeillstraightwaystarted to make amends for her life of poverty She must have silver harness on hor horses She because noted for the grout number and richness of her costumes After a time they wont to lire in tho Auditorium They had largo snito of apart ments One room was devoted exclusiveI ly to tho storage of Mrs ONeills huts She gave one order to a Chicago firm for 000 worthof Paris headwoar Another room was given over to gowns mull such gowns as Chicago had seldom bo lore seen There wore scores of thom evening gowns that cost hundreds of dollars stroot gowns morning allairs and all manner of things She had more than 150 silk petticoats Tore was not a shop in Chicago whore silo was not welcome and for a long timo her bills woro paid regularly so that hor credit was unlimited Tho same state of affairs prevailed in Now York Tho last purchase sho mado in Chicago Was of towola at 10 a dozen ONeill hall a legitimate income of morn than 25KX a year and he probably supposed that this Would content a woman who had tasted of poverty all hr lifu Hut h ill liwd his wife and dOtS yet ami cuild rofuso hor nothing When his business was at its vry best ho 1 began drawing money from it Tho crash cnmo n few months ago It was found that ho hull taken 172000 from the Winonn company and sflbOOCK friiu tho Chicago company All this monoy went to pay his wifofl hills In addition ho had lime Itgitimato income which amounted to not loss than 150000 in tho past six years Personally ONeill has not spent 2000a year in this All tho rest went for the house ooooooooaoo oooahreaaoo oaoooooooooaoooo rraooooooopooooodoooadooooo000oooooaopaoaooooo Of MO iSi rr + J lhr aDEALER IN g tl mI lr J mIJl V ItSQ ogsr ruQbox Gad C3ouxttxy tocl t QP- Kaze Green Ky 19001TIio above iis n snmpln loUorhtnt priutoti nt this ollico mind the pmip0r the host If you aced anything of the kind writo for prices and giro us a trial olooooo00000000o oooa o a +oooooooaooodooaooeoooooaaooosoooodooooaoooootoooooo hold expenses and for Mrs 0 Neill Time young woman she is now Hi has shone with groat brilliancy for six years Goods worth iflL000I have boon found in storago in Chicago undor tho name of 1omi linson Mrs ONeills maiden namo Sho was raised in La Poor told married a Saginaw bank clork 10 years ago Thoy separated and n divorce followd Now York World i PLURALITIES Of Republicans Over Democrats on State Ticket Provided Louisville is not Thrown Out Lot msviii Novt4 According I to tho count as reported Taylor i received HWOS11 votes in Kentucky i Goobol 107M making Taylors pimnhty22H1 Counting Louisvilles vote and estimating Elliott county plural ities at 5155 tho pluralities for tho Republican candidates on tho state ticket are as follows Taylor over Cocliel Governor 204- Marxhiill over llecklwm Llfuttmuit- iovrrnor V- 1lnitlovirnreckinridicAttv 2 thmD Oil Sweeney over Coulter Auditor 2 i11i Duy over linger lnsufcr2liiII- Inf over Hill Secretary uf llItdIIItI Hurk over MeChesney Superintendent of Pulilie Instruelion 3Thruekut- arlnuotier Null Commisr 2130 John llurko who loads tho ticket is a Newport nuui- Superior Every Way Hoods Pills are superior in ovory way They are easy to tako they do not gripo or pain and thwir ac tion is prompt and effective They do not rack and strain the system liko other cathartics They pos sess tho peculiar and important advantage of totting up tho patient and giving strength whilo tho cathartic qualities aro at work i They do not weaken tho body hu tII leave it stronger than hoforo Hoods fills thoroforo are per foe tly safe anti harmless Their o fleet is to cleanse tho system of tho poisons which form by roasoi of constipation stimulate anti reg lato tho bowels give healthy ac tion to tho liver and kidneys and thus set tho machinery of tho physical system in regular and healthy actionA 11 INDKKI is such a medicine as this Hoods Pills should ho in every homo for n reliable cathartic is the most important thing in tho family medicine Ghost Being gontlo in thoir action they may safely be taken by tho youngest mombor of tho household and yet they are sufficiently powerful for tho most obstinate cusps of constipation or biliousness Hoods Pills are time safeguard of the traveling mlln1 Thoy aro invaluable in breaking up a cold they prevent tall cure tho grip they overcome headache they give strongth and vigor to the body They are in truth the fa vorite cathartic Hoods Pills mire the only1 pills which should bo tnkon with Hoods Sarsaparilla the one true blood purifier TO CUIIK A COLI IV ONK HAY Tale Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Irupgista refund money K It falls to cure 25c The genuine has JJo U Q on each tablet You Are a Democrat and of cnuise want H doinorrntic newspaper TUB CHICAGO DISPATCH is the Grout Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the country It advocates tho re adoption of the platform and the reiioiu inntion of VillianiJeiuiiiigs Hryiiti Tliero hits never lbeen a political cam paif n that will equal in importance that of tho one to be fought next year The backed Iliv the moneyflpubllclIlIlnrt country ami Europe ifs alert and aggressive Flushed with the victory of three years ago it will seek by every means in its power to maintain Us Hiipremacy Democrats must bo up and doing They must wage an uticpaidng war upon their enemies In no better and more effective way can this bo done than by tho circulation of good sound democratic newspapers Tho publisher of Time Chi cago Dispatch willIIlIelld to every now subscriber for three mouths n copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch for ten cents If you aro not already taking this great political weekly send in ten cents at once You should not only do this yourself but you should induce nil your friends to join with you little ef fort you can easily rase a club of ten or twenty subscribers Tho Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other dem ocratic lender- sAddesstnt CHICAGO DISPATCH 1 JO und 1JU Fifth Avenue- Uhicnguill dcorffo IF TuloyJ- icnJoinJu IMr Missouri Three Doctors in Consultation From Ieiijiinlii Franklin When you are sick what you likobeM IIII- II lie choien fur n medicine lini the first toliet llI Theory says Is best in to lie chorea In theejlam place Hut If you can get lr In clination Dr Kiperlence and Dr Reason to hold n consultation together they will give you this best advice that can be taken When you have a bad cold Dr Inclination would recommend Chamberlains Cough Homed be cause it is pleasant and safe to take Dr Exporionco would ro commond it because it never fails to effect n speedy and permanent cure Dr Reason would recom mend it because it is prepared on scientific principles and nets on natures plan in relieving the lungs opening the secretions and rostor ing tho system to u natural and healthy condition For solo byr T Day Druggist Tho Boor Girl nt Homo I Much has boon said of the sturdy frugal Dutch farmors of tho Tran j I vital but little is known of their sweethearts wives and daughters who have contributed so largely to j the prosperity of the South African Republic Consequently un article 011liTho Boor Girl of South Af rica by tho author oftOom Pauls People to appear in tho January Ladies Homo Journal will bo interesting 1 1or y What Miss Cnthorino Mullens I says of tho sowing machine wo sold her Knows Whore to do for Dependable Bar pains KIAMTOX MOHUAN Co Ky Oct 176Ii SKA1W UoKliriK t CO OlICHKO III thatIsoulhtI I IK and elves sonlsntishuetinn I am well pleased with it It Horn lovely work is ad wired by everyone wino sees It There Is an mrlglsborhaudthe Hurdlck Sewlnj Machine Yours trulyCATUIIUNK MniKXN- Wo will send this sumo mnehino to any render of TIIK lHKKALD who can oxamino it at thefreightdopot and if found satisfactory 1pay till freight agent 1550 ami freight 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7 S n Sexrepent Oroip We havo two children who are subject to attacks of croup WhenS mlwifoCough Remedy and it always pre vomits tho attack It is n house holt necessity in this county ami no matter wont olso wo run out of it would not do to bo without Itomne11yMore other cough medicines combined J M xtii of Nicklo Dr08 merchants Nicklovillo Pn For stile by T T Day Druggist THE KELLAM 0rJ rJu rJu rJu rJu rJu rJu rJu u 1B nUAKANTKR IKUMANENT Ycl 1 i llCIIHOtheknllelnonnytoOur1leshiencorillorIIrlltIIIII t All examinations freo We trial no patient outside the hospital JIUrIIAIIIIY r HINTON W VA l Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In EHoot Oct 21 1890 EAST BOUND No C No2 STATIONS Dully ex Dully ex Sunday Sunday AMlyeI IM Ive Lexington 7 Ifi nut 2 10 pm Avon H 10 nut 2 15 pre Whichever 8 SO lUll pina1II IKJnnun K 45 niu Indian Fldn U Otl am 3 22 i110 Clay City II id am 8I 10 pm StJiiwl1f 1i 2fli ntn- Fllso It fil pin U iIrs am- Dundco I 01 pm j 1 1 I7 am JII pm Nat llrtlgu II fil mil I Iii pm Torrent 10 OH am- Hcnltyvo 10 JlIII JUlIO JO am dI All pm lullrgn 1 wI r IU psn taps jlll till am fi J3 pm- Jacknon ill am tiI 00 pus WJ3ST HOUNDI 1111 STATIONS 1t11Inx No1 Sunday Dally Jaulifiim A 2r- 5 am 1 J0 pm 111I1I11tJu111III11Un I J palInrronlI JlIIIXlltIlr1IIt 1w1uudoepmIilsonpmSUuituuI jsnoholismI ji5LI I psisAronI I pus1uxingteaI fuiagerCIIASSCOTT Rod River Valley Railway Coi TIME CARD jHTTtnn leave McCaiiRcy nt 0 oclock ant conniftltiK with train at Kothwell for Mt Sterling Kcturnliiu leave Kothwell at 4 p in AMKS 11 AgtItothwell T THE BEST OF HBM ALL 1 1 IIPPINCOTTS 1ONTHLYrAGAZINeI- f 3ntrIUI a complete novel In nvorq numb tslr in tliUtlOIJ to a lnrgu qunutlty ur Urutut Gild cntortatnlnn reAdlllg matter Ktt flonfftitififl orle trAfeft are CO objectionable tf ales reaifer- U dhoold be in every houaohbld tubtorlpUon 63OO per soar MtboJ B LtPPIKCOTT COMPANY rubU htrt irPHILADELPHIA t Joat forget that you tau have ttf 41 CotirlerJournnl or BUpittcU and 7a 3 II KitA li ono your for only 125 fladvance anti tkslde weJMbse 7i1et- he Farm Journal utftll tl4s 4 t- year of 188 Jlif il e4s 17 A ti r YJ td j J 0- IWoIIa fT ft f I II pttoq ly h t N 1 1 i11 4q Li j lY 1 erI I 1 I ti 4 MA- t S j i y f a F mlS i 7TnY 31 li I I Ii i i I I t II l I tf JII 1 IIIi IiIi- i IiI i Iit I t l t I II i t i i E 1 ii 4 A 1 I I JRr V a f i i i i t t I i II r I t j i i I i I t CIIAPTKK r Ton SCOTT TO TUB IlKSCL- KJleres Dyea and this IK Shaguny The White puss starts ofT here and goes right plumb over the niouiitiiiiiK like tlilti And the speaker made a hold stroke with a huge piece of chalk with which lie w ornamenting the flour of the vil gage store In Mcrrlvnle where everything was dispensed from postage Klnmpsi to lace curtain Clustered about his 1 kneeling figure were a dozen men of nil ages whose eyes were eagerly following the ruffle map of Alaska which Hank Merrill was drawing for their benefit For stories of the wonderful wealth of this far ott Kldorado had penetrated rvemi tills remote place among the hills of NCjW Hampshire and Ithe Globe re ports of the lucky strikes trade byyen turesome argonauU had stirred till blood of every man in the village until the richest of the Yukon valley had be rome the all emigrossing topic among those who tart every evening at this public rendezvous to pass an hour or twonder their days toil was finished This IK where you strike the lake he continued linn then ItV bout all wafer the rest d the way near as I can make out Gold Is so plentyI they digit out jest a easy as we spade up worm tw go fishing with Gee whll Id like tu iry It If it warnt so darned far niT jui didnt cost NO much to git there The arrival of till mail interrupted hilt artistic efforts and when the hand ful of letters had been put away tIlt postmaster was culled upon to read aloud froni the papers anything new weanling the favorite tople The steamer II1 1111mare loci eight miners nn board who brought cut a total of 100000 Others had 10000 to 3C101HIO iipicee and some refused to give their figures The sleamcr Portland brought down 1000010 One man gut 4Jto from a pan of tlirt and two miners cleaned uptlUIIO In a single days work s the render paused one mid have heard a pin drop Sri Intense was the siII tense for hilly a minute Then a dozen wires broke out In exclamations of rtiniitiiifiit and disbelief and In the turmoil nothing Intelligible eoud b tliKtitiguishcdI 1 There was one lUtcner however win said nothing bit after the rea had calmed down a bit lie secured IIIOPof tit paper and hastened to the farm where lie was employed wit lm II wild im pulse surging through his brain In his lillle room under the caves he eagerly devoured the article he hug heird at the store nod in another column In found au niifiview ttlth one of tie pio neers of Dawson Pity giing full der tullsasto ih proper outfit and I itseostI It was midnight when the stalwart young farmer sought his couch and for the list time in his healthy life sleep refused to come to him for he had mad up1 his mind la leave the village where Plie greater part of his youth lain been spent nod seek his fortune In this dis tant land where a stout heart and Mrong hands seemed able to force Nature t relax her Icy grip on her golden tttoros V iuScott life hull been an unevent ful one He was the only sun of a sea vapat t aul until the death of his mother liiev lived on Cape Cod Then tan uncle toU him on his farm at Mer xiruk tuul his father continued hU rov- singlife A fcwyearsago howeverObed JZWer a native of Merrlvale who had nailed with Toms father as mate re turned to the tiagt withI I a story which Hindi n great sensation ut the time It was to the effect that Cape Scott had deserted his ship at Sim Francisco mind absconded with a large sum of money belonging to the owners JTnni was a lad of IS at the time but fuw eyewit liesMs would ever forget the tsueiic alien he hurled the lie at the brawny mllor and fought like a young Aiger until ovorpowered by the brute strength of his fathers defamer whose past was disfigured for life in the en counter mind who vowed vengeance for itta Injury TLjH was four years ago but Tom Sefctl siili felt the disgrace cast upon ills name Ills uncle had now been lead over three years and Tom hilt saxad till wages paid him by the farmer for whom he lath worked since that time until he possessed about 400 rtilch WitS deposited in the village sav IIRS bath this would buy hint a min erioutfit but how to reach the fara aserthwest tram the problem llisslelpl1ft troubled that night Irtit with the morning came the de termination to start at once for Jlos Won and trust to fortune to join one of numerous expeditions organizing Iflle announcement was received with imaement lint Tom Scott was a mUll of prompt action and that afternoon saw him In Itoston He had been In the city several limes before and had no difiicully in finding respectable hotel where the rate was within his means but by the time he had eaten his supper it was growing lark and a thick snow storm set in lie determined however to lost no time in his search and made Ins way to the water front where he had no doubt he could obtain nil the neededI information Atlantic avenue was practically de armed when he reached It and the big flakes had covered the ground with n white mantle which made his footsteps inaudible as he walked along not wit h out II slight feeling of uneasiness as he thought of his little capital strapped nboiit his waist under his clothes in a waterproof belt which had been Ms first purchase As he approached a saloon from which came a confused murmur of voices and a sharp clinking of glasses two men came out directly in front of him and turned in the direction in which he was walking being only a fits feet In advance Coming from the welllighted saloon as they did into the thick storm they failed to notice Tom mud upon this fact his whole future de pended although he was far from sums piCting such an improbable thing at iIlit time lOr tell you hes going on that hark to San Francisco still the taller of the two men eagerly lies bound fur the Klondike anil he oust lace a fat rollII with him I heard him say he buy his outfit out hurt We can lay for him on the dude when he iis going on board Its a risky1 job replied the other nervously Oh whats tie matter with you was Ithe angry rejoinder Nothing licit we take great risks 1 dont like IIiTheres no risk at all urged the oilier All we have to do is just tap lulu on the head and go through him The whole thing wont take a minute aril we ruin be at the West end before he knows what struck him Im going to have his stuff and if you want tonback on me 111II The rest of the sentence was indis tinguishable The wont Klondike Imo naturally attracted Toms attention ntiil he had involuntarily strained to iMleh the mens conversation lint he tell n sudden thrill of horror as he realird the full import of hut he had just heard What could he do That Ithe men were planning a robbery if not a mur der was evident He could not warn the intended victim for he had no means of finding or knowing him and to lose sight of till then to hind an oflleer was out of the question Then the athletic young fellow set his teeth tad shrugged his brood shoulder while under his gloves a pair of hard fists balled up involuntarily To some it might have occurred 10 pay no attention to the matter but Tom Sent was of different lubber It was true that he had seen little of the great world hilt Ihe wim brave to a Inuit and nature had added a tall wellknit frame to this gift He de termined to prevent the villains from accomplishing their purpose if it lay In his power and had no doubt of his ability to do so Fearful that the nun might turn and see him he slackened his purl and al lowed them to Ruin several yards on him keeping close to tit buildings himself and hoping each moment tto see an oflleer Out unite appeared and soon the two thugs turned ittn a dark innrow alley way which led to one of the wharves and were lost to view Tom wilts In a quandary To venture Into time place Will to Invite attack front the villains and he decided tit waitI Iin a convenient doorway until the in tended victim came along or an olli eer should appear to whom he could tell his story A few yards to the right he found a sheltered recess in front of a block anti took up his station keeping a sharp lookout in the direction of the saloon where he naturally supposed the nun was enjoying himself A short dis lance away n street lamp shone dimly through the falling snow and threw a broad band of light on the sidewalk across which no one could pass without being seen by him it was a situation to try the stoutest nerves for Tom was unarmed and tit nunn he was trying to save might be intoxicated while the two robbers would surely be provided with nil the tools oft their trade A dozen schemes flashed through his mind as he crouched in the shadow only to be dis carded as useless The time dragged slowly enough but his resolution did not falter Suddenly a dark figure came stag gering across the lighted space and Toms heart gave a bound Was this his man Would he have sense enough to understand his danger No the drunken sailor lurched heavily along and turned up a side street a short distance beyond the alleyway where the men were hidden Another and still another followed at Intervals but none paused on their way and Tom began to wonder If his ears luau not played him false He was btu ginning to waver when a slight crunch ing noise at his left ceased him to turn quickly in time to see the form of a man disappear In the alleyway having approached froth the opposite direction while Tom was looking up the avenue What was to be done He stood for a moment with his heart beating ttimultuously anti every nerve tingling Then front the dark opening conic a mil filed cry followed by an oath and the sound of a struggle Tom rust one quick look about him No 0111 was in sight and tin next instant he haul pulled oil his gloves and darted up the passageway at full speed The darkness was intcnc for short distance but after a few yards he emerged into a small open space In the midst of which the three men were writhing and twisting in desperate struggles Tom vas unable to distin gulch one from another but as he reached the spot one mint tore himself fret and shouted Help Police Stand bark or Ill shoot The rest of his threat was drowned by a heavy blow from a blackjack which knocked the weapon from his hand Stopcried Tom springing to ward the assailant He was too late for a second blow stretched the stranger senseless and bleedlngon the snow and with an angry snarl the rubber turned just as Toms right fist shunt out with t tremendous force Down wont the man like a stricken omitsII up opponent bodily from the ground he shook him as ajnastiff would a terrier lands off panted tie helpless man fiercely Curse you what are you trying 1011111 Ho was not long in doubt fur Tom hurled him against tthe side of a stone building with such force that he 111111I un Inert heap and lit motionless Tom turned to see what hind become of the taller man but at that instant lie felt a sharp pain in his side and n strong hand seized him by the throat and bent him backwards while a hoarse voice hissed In his ear Tall that for your pains you med ding fool With a desperate effort he twisted himself free from his assailant spring A strong hand cited him by the throat ing aside barely in time to escape another lunge of the murderous knife he lad just felt Again the fellow lunged viciously at him lint Tom caught his wrist and a desperate struggle ensued Although much the stronger man Tom found it no easy task to avoid the blade and the two swayed hack nail forth over the snow the man trying to free his hand for a decisive stroke and Tom bending all his efforts to prevent It Soon how ever his iron grip began to tell anti he felt his enemys muscles relax Putting all his strength into a supreme effort he wrenched the knife free exclaim lag Ice got you now you murderer and I dont leave you till you are behind tthe bars chit even in the moment of his victory he felt a cold ring of steel pressed against his ear and these ominous words sounded behind him Hold up your hands mister or youre a dead mUll Quick 1 savor Ill shootIt I was a moment of fearful peril There was murder in the mans tones and Tom felt it He released his grasp slowly and the larger man pushed him suddenly backward crying Shoot him you idiot Ills action saved Toms life for the other man pressed the trigger at the same instant the bullet passing a foot In front of the young mans tutee and flattening against the wall at his side Tom still retained the knife and with a quick slath he struck the hand which held the revolver causing the owner to drop it with a yell of pain and dash oft toward the street at full speed followed by his companion who had evidently no desire to face Tom alone As the men disappeared he turned to find the stranger he had rescued groun Ing with pain and trying w get on his feetTake my arm and see if you cant stand said 101111Ire you badlyl hurt MyI right arm is helpless and my hind goes round like a top was tho faint reply but Im coming rcIIull1l1 right I guess 1 got a nasty clip from one of them cutthroats I came to just as that chap pulled his gun on you and I tried to get up but everything swam round so I couldnt Youre a plucky chum Can you get up interrupted Tom hastily If you can Ill just find that pistol and well get away front this place If not Ill leave you the weapon anti go after help Im cut in the side but I dont know how bad it is A moments search discovered the weapon and lifter assisting the in jured man to his feet they were mov lag slowly up the wharf when a right ray of light suddenly penetrated the darkness and a tall policemaniappeared before them throwing the searching beams of a dark lantern upon them Whats gulag on down then he demanded Didnt I hear a shunt just a moment IIRot Tom was about to reply when his companion exclaimed Two men knocked me down and would fume robbed me but for this man here who pitched into them They both ran up this way I passed two men said the officer One was tall and the other short Were they the ones Ipon receiving an aflirmative reply he turned on his heels anti dashed off in pursuit of the evildoers who by this time had made good their escape As the avenue was reached a herdi happened along and Tom hailed it at his companions suggestion Take us to the police station on Hat terystreethe said to the driver and in a few moments they stood before time otllelal h in a welllighted room telling their story A physician was in attend ance upon a prisoner tumid he soon made a rapid examination of their wounds A few strips of punster will fix your scalp all right said he to the elder ulna and your arm iis only numb from the blow Youll he nil right tomor row Then turning to Tom he added You have hall a very narrow escape from death young man That knife was meant for your heart As it isi it glanced on a rib and there is no damage done It I is only a fight flesh wourd which will give you no trouble what ever TO nr COTIWml Hindi for Marrlnprnblr lrIN Do notchoose an opposite Vou will be oppositef enough in time Kit her put down your foot on his cigar before marriage or stake up your mind to kelp quiet about it afterward Learn to cook and sew and above all timings to learn to look sweet ami keep still when you feel toad cnougll to take the roof oil Sec and hear all tieI plays opcrasaml concerts you can during the engage ment bad weather is apt to interfere after marriage Talc your mothers advice on the question of a husband provided situ tool lieu mothers Dont tusk your brother about the per sonal habits of a suitor he taut tell you enough to matter without giving himself away and he wont do that Do not be offended when his sister wonders what any woman of taste can see in him to admire lust remember how touch you knotvof your OWII brothers shortcomings Chicago Tribune The Clinrvh IIHU In n TrI Kilt her store than 20 years ago the church in Thertleld Herts was re built altogether including the re building of the chancel for which the rector was responsible a sum of 274i was spent on the work There were tint however suflicient funds to cons plete till rebuildingI and the upper portion of the tower and the porch re main unfinished to the present time abouta1010 being required for com pletion As there Will no belfry in which to place the bells one was hung on the branch of a lunge walnut trio in the rectoryelose adjoining the churhcyard There it does its duty calling the people of Thertleld to church null patiently waiting for the tine when through the liberality of friends it may be removed to a belfry where it will join with five old com panions now stored tinny in the church in a merry peal on their restor nt Ion to their proper home Lundo Sketch From Out of the Pant What ore you going to do with your ark when its finished queried cne of Noahs neighbors who suspected that the road nuts had bats to uie the language of the period rainydaycould already see his questIonerlSo ntsh Tow m Topics PITH AND POINT beingdrivenwalk Chicago Daily New An Art Criticism Shed look bet ter without so much powder and rouge on Yes She isnt so had as sloe- spaintedIhilatlelphia Bulletin Foreign to IilnDaddy said the little colored boy 11ell11nts the nationality of them coon songs they sing in the lhenyterslhiludelphiu- North American Like Many Others Willis Tank height never nixes polities and religion Wallace Takes his polities straight lht WlllltSo he mixes whisky with it Puck- ThosedlalectMories make me tired remarked Noorich Whats the mOl ter now asked his wife Why when a man writes sleh or sech for such thats all right but I draw the line at Psyche Philadelphia Kccord Put me off at Heaeon street said the fair passenger to the Boston trolley conductor 1 will notify you when Jluacon street is reached replied the conductor and be glad to assist you to alight but 1 couldnt entertain the brutal thought of putting you off my dear lady Philadelphia North Amer ican IIIDid you see Miss Woodbys fall gown Its something terrible butt she thinks its fine FayIhut sort of thing Is it May Why hes simply taken an old dress mold put one of those fashionable trains on It Fay Ah I suppose she helicesIllsswell that ends swell Catholic Standard and Times THE PORT OF BOTTLES A Dtul Spot In the Cnrllilicnii Sen runt Xi KlontliiKT Klnnk 5nii Get Away From There is a dead spot in Itill Cam ml Ii bean sea said the first ollicer of a llwiliau ship chatting at the customhouse till other day that ought to lie called the port of bottles It lies very nearly midway between Cartagena in Colombia and IKingston Jamaica and at a guess 1 should say it was due east of Nape iracias a Dios It is out of the Steamer tracks mold the action of tin great currents going one way timid an other has left a space of stagnant wa ter without troy real movement att mill Anything that gets into the dead spot is apt to stay there unless driven out by some big storm and will simply drift round and round gathering sea grass and barnacles The last time I lsun the place was in 91 when I was on hoard a tramp from mil that hind changed its course a little to take impcomity rubber at a Central Amvilcan port While we were pass hull through we noticed floating spar and among a lot of rubbish attached to it Mo a peculiar looking round object bright red in color We put oil n boat to IInvestigate and it proved to be a patent buoy which had been set adrift froth a Florida lighthouse station in lil and was part of a systematic at tempt to ascertain the speed and direc tion of iirrents Inside was an otlieial memorandaI which was afterward re turned to the navy department with data of when tad where found Hut what It u good deal more interesting isi the fsct that while we were securing the bvey we discovered three mottles sticking sn the drift all covered with weeds and slime One was empty and the other two had papers inside Tin first war a memorandum tint the Irfittlc had been dropped from a yacht off the dram Cayman In I think the year SO aid the other inclosun showed that it came from a ship mound fur MontcvKlco on what date I forget In each case it was evidently the whim of some islei passenger hut it was a little odd tht we should Iliad till whole Ill lection together- II noticed a lot of other driftwood in the deud spot and 1 am confident that no end of bottles could he culled front the pliue Hundreds are dropped over boarti every year butt very few escape iheyhuppcita still pence as I have described NO ThieKDemocnit Tin f nt fnN In tIll stores of ice tit Windsor Osborne and Htil moral casta tin very large At Windsor there iis storage room for about 300 tons Then the supply is obtained from the Inoe beneath tIll north terrace from frogmore and frail the lake between rrogmore and Virginia Water Ice is nut only lavishly used in the royal kitchen but also for reducing the temperature of her majestys apartments in hot weather Then it is packed in pretty wooden buckets and stoml in the fireplaces Cincinnati Enquirer Sure Slttii You know that redheaded freckle faced bignosed Mr Bruce dont you I asked the girl in blue of her friend in pink as they lolled on Margate eaten shoo Yes What of hits Mabel Wilson is engaged to luau Did she tell you tNo but yesterday morning she asked me if 1 didnt think he was hand someStray Stories Funny Hut Not True The great trouble with funny stories t they are seldom true Chicago Daily 1temsIfit Cr L r 0 0 f i a r i h a i P 1I 1 F 1i i j j yy- SLh yI- s u 4 t yA I I 1lit1d 3 r Y t iJtjp j y t r a 3aI f WMWVrWwtiMMM GOAT HERDERS HOUSE 1uxt the Tliltijr for SmitlnvrNtrrn Iuruterx t1hu tre gnJtIlJtIIln the tngurn nuxttirss Angora goats arc greatI browsers eating olf tin leaves of bushes ami trots as high from tIll ground us Iboyclue reach when standing on their hind legs with their front feet up in the trees Such browsing gives a parklike appearance to any area on which they ore feeding loauy extent and that iespecially true of the vicinity of their bedding ground It is therefore of great advantage to GOAT HKRDEUS HOUSE change the bedding ground frequent ly to nn entirely new camp and this Iis most conveniently done by sheltering their herder in a movable house as shown in the illustration J used Jjjjinve a tout for the purpose but this has nutty objectionable fea tures tardily because it necessitated building a fence around it to keep cat tIt from tearing it Jt is also impos sihle to keep out trumps who some times help themselves to the herders provisions or blankets during his ab sence The size of the house is six by ten feet end six feet from flour to eaves and all that is necessary is to load the camp tricks hitch on two horses and pull it to the fresh camping ground The herder locks it when taking the Hock out to grae in the morning and J have never yet had it tampered with It has been ihi constant use for 15 years American Agriculturist PUMPKINS FOR HOGS 1 UiMiiHs ax to Tliclr Value Iliimil on Kvpirlimut Cumlmtcd lit the Ortgnu Station We did not think pumpkins as valu able for feeding to hogs as we did to cattle but when they were plenty the hugs had some every day for ive could not Keep them late in the winter We never cooked them unless to throw in a few whin boiling small potatoes or other roots fur the hogs as we thought theta too watery when boiled and they seemed to be relished better when given raw We notice in a bulletin sent out by the Oregon Experiment station that they tested pumpkins for hogs weighing 110 to 200 pounds each for four periods of 14 days each The pumpkins were cooked with shorts For the lirst two weeks It took lVJa pounds of pumpkins and IMJJI pounds of shorts to make a pound of gain The next two weeks it tool HJj pounds of pumpkins and 13 pounds of shorts In the third period 1439 pounds of the pumpkin and 170 pounds shorts and for the last two weeks UIG pounds of pumpkins and 254 pounds of shorts The average gain for each hog during the whole time was about Ia pounds per lily andI counting pumpkins at 5230 a ton and shorts at 12 the cost per pound of gain was 29 cents This may have been cheap enough but we think it could lucre been mode cheaper upon raw pumpkins and by using a lit tie more shorts or perhaps n mixture of equal parts of worn meal and shorts After a hog weighs 200 pounds alive we ore not afraid to give lulu as much cornmeal as he will eat until we get him fat enough to kill They tried to increase the amount of pumpkin and reduce the mount of shorts but thv pigs object td and as will be seen above they hind to increase the proportion of shorts sheepteedvork excellently well We newer re vcoved the seeds when feeding them anyinjuryhugsaulerlcuu Wintering Ilre lmr Ilogx The brood sow or the male hog cnn be kept very well througn the winter at small expense They will keep fut enough for breeding purposes on a little bran masV with n few ruts roots and a uudful of clover each day Uusally they are very fond of raw beets and turnips and they seem to do better on them than on cooked roots The latter are too watery ant need Home whole torn to go with thieve instead of a beau cocas or slop American Cultivator FEEDING IN YARDS lUrilB In Confinement Need DifTcitU- lIlntlonn from Thoir Ilnvluum Free Woodland Han Poultry in confinement must be fed differently from those which have a free run of grass or woodland hi which latter they revel hunting over nil the leaves end scratching away around and under old logs for their favorite grubs and bugs If you have not made it a business to watch your chicks maid hens carefully you do not realize what a large amount of grass and green food they will eat in a day when it Is at land and when they have not been overfed with grain or scraps Fowls neec1 coarse food or something that gives bulk ns well ar nutriment Even though annIdclltlll1lselves on a good run it would not hi the same as they cannot select for themselves and they would still lack the exercise M necessary for their health and therefore in confinement the same food would he too much foi them This Iis why successful raisers of poultry in confinement always throw the grain to their fowls in straw thus compelling them to work for it Exer east is necessary for their health but If the food IK composed more of ni trogenous elements and less of the car bonaceous especially of the oils and fats there would not be so many dis eases to confront There arc people who pamper their chickens both old and young Corn ih useful in the poul try business as lard or bacon is in the kitchen but not as a regular Met Jf you want to fatten poultry or warm them in cold weather or when a hen iis oor and on that account not laying and needs a richer food torn is excel lent but should not be given almost exclusively especially When fowls are confined It is not difficult to incur a serious loss where a good number of fowls are lkept by injudicious feeding All kinds should have a jMiflicicncy of food without being overfed If tie birds are kept in a state of semistnnalion the hens lay hilt few eggs and those intended for killing become so attenu ated that a very considerable outlay is necessary before they can be brought into proper condition for tits table and will lack tenderness and delicacy To feed too liberally Is wasteful and1 in the ease of laying hens decidedly objection able for a hen when it becomes veryI fajLccases to produce up to the average mull is subject to various ailments I111111 grown fowls should have just as much as they will readily eat mill no mere Barley either in whole or in ground state is fairly economical used either alone or in combination with other food Oats and oatmeal are of espe cial valn for fattening for the table Pieces of bread mud vegetables of till Ikinds may be ulilicd and scraps of meat chopped1 up rather smail mire of upinto obtain worms ami insects Potatoes boiled mid nixed up with a Millicicnt quantity of coarse bran when scalded to form rather a stiff paste mire useful for helping out time corn Farm and Fireside WARM POULTRY HOUSE Mtliimuli Unlit on n iirllnMn Slope tin One Ilirr llliiMt ruled IN INn Mtmnlilv attempt The cut shows an i at snaking the best circumstances The poul try house must face time south or the southeast while the ground where the house should stud slopes toward the north The flour was dug level into WAHM HOUSE ON NOKTHEHN SiOPE the bank and a foundation wall was put in as shown the top coming up to successive levels to accommodate itself to the rising ground A drain is laid along beneath the wall to curry off the water coming down the hill A cement floor isI laid the whole length and a large window is inserted in the south end Such a building will prove very warm in winter even though built as it is upon a northern slope Farm find Fireside Croon llonoN for the Hetin A mess of green bones at least twice a week will always prove bent1 lelnl ns they provide lime for the shellr and serve as a change Some do not believe in feeding grain at all in time summer season preferring to allow the hens to work A pound of green bone cut with a bone cutter twice or three times a week given to a dozen hers at night is better thus feeding grain as the hens nearly always come up with full crops when they ore on the range When in confinement in late full or winter the green bone will continue to be of val uable assistance Form mind Fireside Leghorns mtf Urahmas do not thrive wen together So fur afc CliO be dune have the flocks uniform Tike IitutxuB of Panama Its engineers believe that they have solved comlletionofhilteat benefit to lUmmitl no more truthful I Stomachlittersafflictions of the stomach for of what use is prosperity without health The litters lava riatiy ten itticus weak stomachs and torpid livers and is one of the blessings of the age lib lnt FlltiK As they bent solicitously over him the openedhisasked him Yes he murmured Have au auto mobile hearse nt time funeral Revenue it seemed was strung cvtc ia dcathX Y Press Every reader of this paper Mould give ppcriitl httd to the oirers which mire appear iug from week to week by the John M Smyth Co the mammoth mail order house of lirnRo In thk issue will he found their uir emrnt of a thoroughly up 1o date lirstcnss eviiiK machine nt the astoundingly low nrice of liJ5 Cuminitax this offer nnd other oilers do from a house with a commcriMil rating of over one million dol lars sari ut the highest character they mark an opportunity tint the shrewd buyer will lIt he slow totakl advantage of Tlie John M1 Smyth Co 150 to IMS West Madison street will send their mammoth catalogue in which is listed nt wholesale prices every thing to rat wear aid lIt on receipt of only 10 rents to partly pay potagc or express IJI mid even this 10 cents is allowed on tint purchase amounting to one dollar The Kite rroWfin I supiraie you hind money to burn in the Klomlikcy No answered the man who hall been olythingInitWed have raid n big price for n few scuttle fulf ei dollar billsCliicngo Chronicle IlorvH TliUf- Ve I offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any caste of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv lulls r tarrh Cure IK J Cheney s Co Props Toledo 0 Ve the undersigned have known F J Cheney for this InstIll years and believe him perfectly honorable in till business tranvac tuns and financially able to carry out any obligation inane by their flan Wcrt fc 1riux liolcsale Druggists To ledo O- Wnldfnp Kiunan d Marvin Wholesale Dnipilirts Toledo 0 Hails Catarrh Cure Iis taken internally acting directly upon tic blood and mucous surface of the system Price Toe per lot tIc Sold IIall Druggists Tostbioniali l free Halls Family Pills fire the best AmoiiK tlic Ilrenkrra Long Family trouble eh What rock i did your ilumeitic ship split on short1t was the absence of rocks that muted the split Chicago Evening News To Io AiiKolc nod Southern Call fornia Every Friday night at 1035 p m a through Tourist Car for lu4 Angeles and Southern California leaves the Chicago Milwaukee S St Paul llaiiway Tumor Pas senger Station Chicago via Uiimlut Colorado Spring I and Salt hake City for all points ill Colorado ttnh Nevada and Cal ifornia la addition to the regular Pullman por ter each car in aitompunicd hall intclli gent coinpitent and ccairteouH courier who will attend to the wants of passengers en route This in an entirely new feature of tourist car service and will be npjircci aced by families or by lathes traveling alone Particular attention in paid to the care of hiidrcn who usually gut weary on it lulu journey 1 here tourist cars are sleeping ran sup lPlied with all tin nceomones iHcesiiary to make the journey comfortable and pleasant xrd the bortli rate leach berth will accom modate two iiersoiiH is only JOO front Chi capo to California Ask the nenrst tickit agent for a tourist ear fouler or address doo H Ikafford moral Pans and Ticket Agent Chicago III A IJoitel- Mis Aiitiijuc Is he a nice quiet parrot Dealer Oh yes maam lie never sWell 1 uulcss hcfc sworn totPuck Tlio nest Picxcrliitlon fur Clillln and betel Is a battle of Cuovrs JMITIIIq CIHI iIosJi It in it LI ltB5Ht11ir1 Na1lll0hupaylrke rAk The Man and time More ThelSolemn Dore Have you ever lellcctid that there will be no mare time TheI Ihisy Man 1 havent army now Indianapolis Journal To Curt n C old In tine Ins Cake Laxntlvo Ilromo Oulnlne Tablets All drufgiats refund money lilt falls to euro l5c A Polite ManThe Hystamler What are you taking uhf your hut for The Man at the lhOlllfm talking to a lady Chicago Tribune Each package of PUTNAM FADELESS DYES colors more goods than army other dye and colors them better t old by all druggists A man with but one idea is sometimes worse off tlian n man with no idea at nil Chicago Daily News I cannot speak too highly of Pisos Cure for Consumption Mrs Frank Molibx i15 W 22d St New York Oct 2918J1 The silnt man may be a none of wisdom but a talkative fool sometimes cxplodcKthe mine Chicago Daily News Check Colds and Bronchitis with Halos Honey of Horchoutid and Tar likes Tootliucho Drops Cure in ono minute Talk is cheap probably because of the overproduction Chicago gaily News LWThe 7J tJ OMEN do Kttffert Even socalled healthy women suffer But they arc not healthy I left by pain arc on the young faces of many of outI daughters Pt m that leaves its mark comes from a curable I MUST t WOMEN SUFFER FINDING Hubingers u that CRuse is its influence reaches out nnd overshadows a whole The Lydia E Pinkhams Compound has so uniformly successful for over a quartet of a century in overcoming the suffering of is that it thorough goes I IIdirectly to tho cause It is a woman remedy for womans this MIss EMILY F HAAS of 148 Freeman St Grccnpoint Brooklyn N Y writes DKAR MRS PINKHAM lI wish to 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nnd instructive Send 25 cents in postage stamps for a years subscription to Tin COKN UBLT 209 Adams St Chicago IIKAIIKI13 OK TillS PAIKU lliaiUINU TO IIUY ANYTHING ADVKIITIHKD IN 1TH COLUMNS H110UM INSIST UPON 11AVINO WHAT TIIKY AHK foil HKKUHINQ All HUII8T1TUTKS Oil IMITATION PILES vrillUmi Indian Pllw curnlilluClIlIefffillll ItdJIunIiLleeeires lustanlrlor lr pantd for IU ud ItcliliiKOf tlieriflrmt h mall on reeelnt of ricePAe Oenti oil CIMfc WlLUAMd fH CO Props CLEVELAND OHM net 1Jte In tlmo Hold by dnxiltu A V KB 17LI- WJIEIfI VUITIVO TO ABYKHTMMHMK ipie ante Shut riw MWU JlH fci I Ialia 1bIN pyetr f- oLJ jo n o 00 Irw J I a a vlr- x 4- y J r j e je i trp 4- Is f a i r Is I 4 I 1 4- s r- a i S I c- i I j r I t I j fi i jj 1 1II t j jIi jI l i 1 1 t 1 l I L 1 i i it r t A t i II ir 1I I iI j l d i rk NW f Yh j ttI1IE I1IERAI sPIROEft COOPER = Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY November 80 1800 IhWno IB oloetod governor i stilla question upon tho Iip8 of about ovory other citizen you moot notwithstanding tho fact that tho roturnfl show Mr Tnylor to luwo rocoivotl u ninjority of up wnrdH of 2000 Now if it bo u fnct thnt ho hns a majority of 2000 or any other numhor for that matter ho nhould bo innugu rated governor and tell law abid ing citizens will do what they cnn to BOO thnt ho in installed Should tho election commiasionorH givo tho certificate to Mr Cioobol nil dor tho ciroumHtancoH Olov Brad Joy would undoubtedly refuse to recognize thecortifioatoandBhouldi tho hotheaded follower of Mr Goobol attempt to Hont him cloy BriuUoy would call out tho miltin This would ontnil oxponso and in croaso our taxation to nay nothing of the disgrace of such action Wo would much rathorsooCioobol innug urated governor than Taylor hut unless ho has won tho ollieo fairly nod can go in with clean hands nnd n clear rocord we do not wish to soo him tho governor Bettor that a Republican should hold tho office forovor than that the Demo cratic party should dishonor itBolf by Hayesing it to OOIhl1frlo ballot and a fair count in our platform and if Mr Taylor lute Leon thus elected then lot him bo in augurated without more ado m IT is very evident tthat exSpealc or Rood door not BOO in tho Ohio election an assurance lthat Repub licans will win in the next oloc tion At a business mens banquet in Now York City recently Mr Rood cautioned tho gentlemen pros ont that political matters are not propitious for his party There is 1 a significance in the warning f Mr Reed and every sign points that tho McICinloy administration BOOS the danger ahead If tho op position to Nash in tho rocont oloc tion in Ohio can ho joinedln8 seems more than likely thou Ohio will cast its rote next fall in favor or Iltut 4TjtK wrockors working on tho Bunkon Spanish warlhip Alml mute Oquomlo ut Santiago do Cuha dis oovorod a choral containing 10000 in Spaish gold which thu OOlulugn Company tho divers will retain On tho torpedo boat Dontroyer thoy rooontly found a heavy silver Plato and it is estimated that al togolhor they have secured nomo 500000 in treasure TIIK Sao and to 1 UtI1r111ny Tama county Town to tho number of 400 throuloiKto go upon tho war path again with ritlo and tom ahawk Tho alleged cause of their threatened outbreak wile tho im prisonment of tho wife of n young Indian who refused to go to school IT will bo ngrood by all that if t Sam Wellora advico had boon takon to bovnro of tho viddors Admiral Dowoy would bo in a bet ter position today that ho has boon placed by recent dovolop talents Subeoribo for TIIJJ lluALDII r EDITORIAL BRIEFS Tho slump in Kansas heroism is something tremendous sinco thu reports cnmo in from thotwontioth Kansas Regiment o o o IF tho British really dosiro to forco Oom Paul to cnpitulnto thoy had bost cut off tho sixinch stain that supplies him with boor o e o IT will bo amusing to HCO tho members of tho G 01 tumble ovor each other in the grab for VicePresident Hobarts shoes o o o- ANVWAY Governor Bimhnoll cnn find consolation in the thought that ho will not hln to write n noxtsyear o n o LOST A smallsizedl Malay nnswuring to the name of Emilio Aguinaldo i ho iH vicious and elu Hivo If found please lot me know in time to got away Otis a a n AM appearances tend to the ho hot that since ho was dethroned by Boss Hanna Czar Rood tins boon taking a Now York Tribune view of tho country o o o PHILADELPHIA it is said is to expend 12000000 in purifying herwator supply A much smaller sum could bo invested satisfacto rily in tho purification of her poll ing lists 0 o o TillS government has not yet sons any plum puddings to its soldiers in tho Philippines Possibly they Ihinktlmt they have n pudding in tho person of General Otis- o o o IT is hoped that tho next time tho American people make a dona tion to a hero they will take tho precaution to learn his matri monial intentions in advance o o a- GINI ImAI Kvruv should secure n commission in tho British Army now that a canned hoof scandal hits appeared Bad hoof without Ea gun would be hlulegg without suit o o o- IP Otis really desires to tormi nate tho war in thin Philippines why not send a fun of tho plum puddings Groat Britain is sending to Africa The would soon fix tho Tagalogs o o e Inn latest news from Otis is that ho hits rounded up several barrels of Mrs Aquinaldos clothes Wo are prepared to lay a wager that ho huts not boon able to timid tho pockets in the dresses e n It COmitlslt hits become so accus tomed to have nil ita thinking lour in the Speakers chair Unit it will require sotto littlo elVort to throw olt its timidity nnd do n little thinking of its own e e s Joseph IT Choato line not thou hoard front in mono than n week and there is reason to suppoae that tho Stnto Popnrtjnoat hus onto mono succeeded in attaching Limo voluble Ambassadors gag o e o- sotold fashioned that she will not permit tier husband to wear Ameri can mndo pajamas nil of which demonstrates that greatness has its tribulations as woll as its com pensations- o O A TIIK taking of the Cuban consul is looked upon its a stop propnrn tory to annexation j that is if the Cubans show n disposition to oomo into tho United State JS tho ad ministration londors assort they will do n proposition will be made to Congress to make tho island nt onco a part of tho territory of this country Although tho war roso lutions stated that tho island would bo independent there is n general boliof that it will bo an nexed o a o Von a man who was not looking for trouble it seems as though Mark Ilanna has found his share between hiH rheumatism tho sot back in his home city of Cleveland and tho growing demand among Republicans for his retirement from tho chairmanshipi i of tho Re publican National Committee o o o FOLLOWING closoly upon Mr Hamms declaration that tho trusts aid the laboring roan tho governor of MnsflaehuBotts takes the steno pouition Before long these emi nont gentlemen will bo declaring that there is nothing so good for the working man as giving up his wages to enrich the monopolist o o o- IN tho words of his namesake Mark Antony Hanna might ap propriately declare that ho came to bury McKinley not to praise him told if Ohio does not go back on itself next your Mr Ilanna nsI well as Mr McKinley will bo cnn didates for a funornlorntion o O o WITH Chauncoy MI Dopow in tho United States Senate as Thos C Plaits colleague there seems no reason to doubt that tho in terest of tho Now York Central Railway and the United Status Express Company will bo woll pro lecled u 0 AMONG the latest recruits for the Quip seating campaign is Senator Wolcott of Colorado who declares that ho will voto to sent Mr Quay because tho country needs him It might bo well to consult Brother Wanamaker before accepting Mr Woleotts views of time case o o o lieI BUYANH announcement that he will lecture throughout Now England this winter has given tho Ilammitos in that locality several sevoro spasms from tho pangs of which oven tho worldfamous cod fish balls cannot relieve theme o o- YKK PHI 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until Docoinbor 1903 nearly 5 yours Tho FA KM JOURNAL is an old established pa per enjoying groat popularity ono of tho host tad most useful farms papers published This oflnr should ho accopted without delay It JJ McLin was ordainod Elder of the Ironbytorian church Sunday afternoon Miss Laura IU Rawings of Jackson iin the guest of Minnie L Day this week Allon Cox of tho lllackwater country in Morgan county was here Tuesday on business Mrs F N Day and daughter Minnie attended Capt Samples funeral at Maytown lust week Rev J M Littlo preached two vory iinteresting sermons at the Presbyterian church on Sunday On Friday November 1 17th Minf nil L Day closed her second fall tonu of school at Maylown with much succor The preachers iinstitute of the Christian elItJl hwith Prof Do woes as instructor convened lucre We InsJy night Mr hull Mrs lKayotto James nnd two children of Illinois and Foy knees are visiting relatives nnd friends hero Mrs Eva Ilnbor of Dow City Iowa is visiting her brother Mike Ollnir and other relatives and friends in and abut hazel Green John Hngor of Lnurol while making railroad tits some time in September last cut his left 1 lpg and has over since boon a cripple and unable to work- S + tho new advertisement John M Jtosy who otTors the orII est lino of ladies nnd gents wear ever seen in Basel Groan which ho iis lulling at rock bottom prices Jliilgo Wheeler on Monday last purchased of hit father Squire Wheeler of Menefoo county his home farm containing 82 acres for 800 cash in bond The farm lies two miles north went of May town on the state road n w Aw LYOJlt ry Loading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Ofilcca BcaltyvJHo and Jackion On tho 10th inat vo publish nndJohnlearnthorlgnrcltowas in perfect health knelt nt the bod side of John prl1orJohnslifenow offer myself as n sacrifice after which ho started to nriso nnd stnggoriiiK foil into the arms of some one luarby llcforo they expired con thinking prayer John however died n fow burildinl box and in tho same grave Hill OHair ono JUlO most ardent of Taylors followers in this suction fired tho nnvills about n colouruloTulorsshucked corn nil day to pay for tho powdor used It appears that the Republicans had agreed to chip in and pay for tho powder if Hill wouldnet as muster ceremonies but they weut back on him Bill sUPljinlondedho called on those whu had prom theyfailedtho bill to foot which ho did by shucking corn for Charley Gornoy all the following day hills friends are joking him over tilt affair and cant understand why ono who marched rdth Sherman to the son should have the wool pulled over his eyes so easily C11 Amyx hUH bought an interest in his brothers drug store at Amsterdam Mo the style of the firma being Amyx Bros Amster dam ho writes is a place about the size of Haxel Greet but quite a business place Bud time peoplo are very much like those of our blue gnus country though perhaps more sociable Ho is delighted snyghomother conies out to keep house for him and Ills brother John John has boon there several years and has built upa good practice as physician Talk ahem your thanksgiving turkey horn is ono tthat would ugrace the table John McOormlok u farmer who resides in Illinois iis time owner ufn turkey gobbler which towers into the air fin foot and weighs Co pounds IIt looks more like an ostrich than n turkey IIts Ilogs at tho feett mire an inch anti a half in diameter while elo to the bully tthey are the sumo size of an ordinary mans arm nt tho elbow The birds wings measure seven feet from tip to tip Fayotto James ami wife and IFoy James of Coles county 111 are visiting Emory James of thin place Ibo two gentlemen are brothers of Mr James and for merly lived hero Fayotto removed to Illinois from this county about eight years ago moot IFoy went from Montgomery about six years ado They are both engaged in farming in i ho flicker slat + aiul doing quitei well W P rris editor of the- Ca 11t 1U Bugle palJlKl through hero Monday on route to Grassy creek in Morgan county nnd thence to Iuat Liberty where ho will do somo court reporting in short hand He still contemplates the publication of a nonpartisan newspaper nt Vnlnnt Grove lint will rout embark in tho enterprise before the rnbbius nest again W TI Cnakey has been on tho sick list this week Ho has boon complaining for several days nnd on Tuesday was compelled to take his hud Our menu about town failed to loarn the nature of his ailment but it is hoped that it is nothing serious and that he will soon be himself again A protracted meeting will begin at KHe Chapell on Lacy creek on Meruluy morning next at 111 oclock Kov MrI Pike the minister in charge of tho Hazell Croon nnd West Liberty circuit will bo in charge of the meeting but hopes to bo assisted by sovornl othor min isters DYSPEPSIA is tho cause of un told suffering By taking Hoods Sarsaparilbi the digestive organs Bro toiviQ and dyspepsia IS CURED = 1 nenrDnsboro AnStOrdlt111hoand Brock Amyx nro engaged in the drug business She 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Distance Telephone 7356 CTALL BILtSAr x Ii siU1 it iljf t l r a t 1t S rh e Ar r w a i F ryJ J l vY- fK r f 1 stdy wx x F v V 1i 9 5s 0 I I I I Il l I i I III Ii l i I I i 11i it t i t j I I t t i 1 j i t I 3 f ft t f xii THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZBL GREEN i h 10 Turtles Went on Strike 10 They Were Pushed Beyond the Limit by a Mean M- envFfTtrfi i gi itfAlPlXO turtles vun always J5 t fwd with SI KverHhed Mildp Deacon Kills rcininlHcently Train n turtle in the way hcHhould go nnd when ho IH old ho Will nut deport therefrom SI says to me the other day A nun with braliiH anil a couple of Knapping turtlcH cnn supply the whole village with ducks without doing but mighty little work I Snapping turtles have their1 rights ns well an other people I replicK AndJ its a Khanie to he working them over time now that the nights are getting cold Itut HI JUKI laughed and said he wasnt afraid of his turtleH going on a strike They did though and that a why HI IH mourning till loss of a toe and four valuahle trained turtle DuckK are plentiful In the hike nud there ie a big ileniand for them hot owing tu the amount they have heel hhot at they have got mighty why This Hpring HI was gunning for lucln when he Haw one light down and ntart feed ing Hi was wondering whether to try a shot at him when tilt duck begun to Himvk mid lop around and act ah if Kimcthlng was holding it down 5langed ipieer says HII I thatI VJi nuts aH if it was eaught in a trap So SI started over to Hud out what WIIK uaiiHlug the duel HO much trouble Sure enough it land been eaught in a trap hut not the kind Hi thought While Mr Duck had been mooning around In hcMift mud looking for fund he haul stepped on a snapping turtle which was lying partly under the mud Snapping turtle are not food of luring walked on and this particular turtle just hhot out his long neck got a good grip on the think mid hung on after the calm impartial manner of snapping turtles SII carried duck and Hiiapping turtleI back to his hoiiM1 mail as there wasnt any 1ayof Risking the turtle let go he cut olT the part where the turtle had fastened his grip on the unlucky dunk Now Si IH the happiest eontcntcdext man In the world when he con get somewhat else to do Ills work nail he llgured over the 1naL and tun It prob lem for quite awhile 4lutks IH impilhitivc by nature lie ttayK to his a I lfe always wanting to tutu out just what anything new IIK Snapu ping turtles have no particular feeling agalnxt ducks hot they might be taught to have Itlamed if I dont think Ive fctrnck a jfient coiubliiation- So Si goes over to the creek and catchcn four young minpplng turtle Then he gets a stir led duck hums begins the workofI training lie would take the duck and puke it right hi the face of a turtle Out would come the tur tics hend rnd he would make a snap sit the duck Then SI would pull the dunk back and with a little stick lie had been holding lunch out of sight of the tur tle he would give the turtle a whack on MM back or hind legs The tturtles attention bring concentrated on the thick he wouldnt blame Si for the blow with the stick hilt would lay it ill to the Inoncent stnlVcd duck Snapping turtles aint any too lovable by na ture and these yonug OUCH of Sis MJOU began to connect the appearance of a duck with a whack of a Mick Ducks Just drew out mull the c11111 those snap jttiiH turtles nntnr The sight of u liwK had tits biuiu ciTeet on tluni that n Ted rag doer on a hull You could see their little eyes gleam It made them HO mad lint u hiiapplng turtle knows tint running aint Its main hold and His turtles would just lay Luck with their heads under their shells as inno cei t looking as could be until a stutTcd truck was near enough for tthen to ante n chance to grab It Turn they would shunt out their heads tad if tthey got n hold heaven null earth wouldnt make then lot go They tore up a consider able number of ducks before Si gut them trained but SiI didnt en re 4lout you worry he rnys to his wife Tin snapping turtle is an under estimated animal They will fnrnUh the snapping qualities ami I will supply the brain work and the combination will make Plkecounly duck weary Si always fed the turtles and gave them fresh water and tuft mud to lie in The result was thnt while those nits guided turtles hatttd ducks woi e tutu worse each duty they thought the world of Si They would scramble out of their mull whenever Hi came Into the pent he kept them III and follow him about like a lot of unusually clunky puppies Ity and by 81 thought he laid his turtles trained tilt right lO he gut ready to put his duckcntclilng plans into opera tion MM ho made four little Hunts like little rafts Then he slipped a ring over n hind leg of every turtle and fastened n turtle on each hunt Then he put come tnud on the lloat humid sent tered corn over the mud When night Mine he set the raft Hunting out In he lake each being fastened to the bore by atony cord TheVclngcoldnldSitho e Intelligent turtles of omit sire going to bury tlujniBclvcB In the mud DuckK are curious and hungry at this time of uosY log about those Innocent looking with the corn on them lint when any intruding duck in picking up earn treads on one of these turtles something entirely new to ducks IIs going to be spuing on him sill of a sudden The west morning HI went around to look at his tmtletrIlPH Sure enough each turtle was holding duck SI fires the floats to shorn and was cutting till ducks loose preparatory to wringing their necks when along ensues a game countable See here sayl the constable What do you mean by catching dnhh nut of Reason I aint witching them growled HI Anybody but a dang foulI constable k could sec ths turtles caught the treks You 111119t lIt let your turtles catch ducks replies the constable sort of doubtful SI jiiRt grinned M aint a lawyer he says MireaMlc 1kbut I udder heard of anything in the lows of the state of Pennsylvania making closed duels tea asoil for snapping turtles Thems the culprits he says pointing to the four snapping turtles Go explain the law to them Theyve got more intelligence than Mime olllccrs of the law who aint so very for oil at the present minute And he went on gathering in the cap Ilive duck The constable wits madder than n hornet tint not knowing of arty law rip plying to trainedt snapping turtle he went without saying a word Si took his ducks to the village and ducks III lug seared gut a good price for them Then the teal nature of the man showed up If these pet turtles of mine eau gather In ducks at night why taut they in the day he fays tto his wife Theyve liven taking thing easy nil spring amid summer Let theta do some work now to pay for the care Ire lav ished on them So HI put the turtles out on till floats again that afternoon lie hid in tthe bushes alongside of the lake and after four more misguided ducks had gut tangled up with the turtles SI liullcd in the floats Instead of giving the faithful turtles a little rust from their labors he shoved the limits out againI Those turtles are doing their dutyt faithfully I sold to him Dont work them to death liven a snapping turtle lias its rights which ought not to IK trampled on Itut no that didnt suit HI 1IeIIIIIl II good thing and he was going to work It to death All that night and all the test day HI kept the patient little ani mals at work gathering in ducks There aint an animnl In the world that will stork to a job better thou a snapping turtle but when Hidually gathered up his durkr maul started for home it wnw ilnin those turtles were about worn out They necincd puxlcil too There they hud been catching ducks fur tvo days night and days and tint a duck did they have that theyround calll theirI own HI Is running this show and it must be all right thcIII11 to be paying to thrmsrlvcH as they Inddhdl I home hut It1M blamed queer where nil our ducks arc IIf Hi had acted halfway decent about the matter he might parr kept the love std trust of iltrartnrtlrsmtdI t accumulated ducks for himself hull the year around They werent un reason able turtles and they thought the world of HII A duck hire and there would host satisfied them and SI could have had the rest Hut when SI routed the turtles out early the next morning and started theta oil on the tloats anyone could sc they were not fooling cheerful null ill tIllt d Ho carefulI HI I says to lubnor you will lose the esteem of those tur tles A snapping turtle that furls his confidence has been misplaced it nn ugly animal to deal with nut no SII wits after ducks and ducks ho would have If he worked those turtles until they dropped All day cold al night he kept them on till floats tear ing the ducks away as soon as a turtle caught one Then after giving them only a couple of hours rest he tried to start then at work againI Then the strike began SI tried to get the turtles to come out of their mud In the pen and start for the loin although they were so tired their pour logs would hardly carry them lint ho had reached the limit of snapping turtle good nature Not a turtle would budge out of the mud hut when Si trade a quacking noise like a duck which was the signal for the turtles to start for the lake each turtle tried to bury himself deeper in the thud Then Si was mad Ill Inch these loafing turtles that while duds art plentiful theyve got to work No tramp turtles are going to be allowed on the Kvcrchcd farm dolng in the mud and neglecting their opportunities to make hay while ducks are plentiful With that SI gets a stick mid having routed the turt les out of the mud ho began to pound them Well they were the most surprised turtles yell ever sun At the first blow of tte si M each turtle Ft tick his head out trout under his shell and looked around fa a duck They lint tern ac customed o connect blows with the stick nntl ducks First they poked their heads about ia i won crl= J wsj Then the turtles looked nt Si nt If ask lug him Where are the ducks sli didnt appreciate the mixup he musing in the minds of those turtles hilt kept on hitting them with the stick and trying to persuade them to go to till lake and resume their labors at duck hunting Dont tell me that turtles tumid es pecially trained turtles like Ihoee of Sis cant think It WItS plain how those pour turtles felt First it was Just surprise at oat seeing any ducks when they were hit with the stick Then it was disappointment a sort of reluctant loss of faith in human nature Could it lie that tilt poundings they had experienced front their youth up had been due to Si the man they looks- up to and reverenced and not to the Muted ducks lIJ1t was just like tell hug a man that his whole religion is a lie A turtles mind doesnt work any too quickly and these turtles were thrown oil in a dae at being beats- by SI 1 Kvershed tthe man who loud fei 1 tthin and whom they had trusted tin loved IIinally the turtles gave it up in n despairing sort of way nod waii dled off toward the pond mud their daily taskI Iii it was plain they were doing home mighty hard thinking When they gut to the pond Hi heln out of humor at the strike of the tllrtle just tied them on their tloatsand tossed the float out in tIlt lake in a careless way as If he didnt care whether his faithful turtles drowned or not The floats turned up all right in the end1 hot not before tit turtles had got good nnd wet That added to the grievances of the turtles and helped turn then from respectable hard working duel ealehiTs Into vngrant snapping turtles ready to bite the hand which fed them The ducks here getting cautious of those turtle floats and It wasnt until nearly night that each turtle had1 caught a dwelt The wait didnt Im prove Sis temper When the float were full Hi hauled them in short Then he grabbed 1 duck and tried to yank It away from the turtle which Ices clinging to it O fnurse this 0111l made the turtle hold on the hardir Itrsky little varmint says Hi I Ill1 teach you to hold on to my dunks So taking a stink Hi begnn to whack the turtle over the head I Patience Isnt the main virtue of a snapping turtle oven of a trained one And dies turtles had a list of griev taut which they had been broodingl t over hill the line they had been on the floats bust they hid been worked1 overtime then they hid made tin dii eovory that Si Kvershed and lint the ducksI Will responsible for the beat ings Ithey had MiiuVrcil they had been tuCclllllt in the lake as if noone caredI whether they were urn sdsir oat and filially after they had laud aside 11111 lieunll each eaught a duck the oldcfc and best turtle hid been poundedl over the healI with a stickI That set tied the matter Knelt turtle was de termined he would do no owed work for Hi Kvrrshcd It may take a trainedI snapping turtle quits nwhlle to decide what to do but they arc mighty quick to art when their minds teen made up Hi1 tins pounding the lumigsltltrin g Iturtle over tin head when oil of a sodden the turtle let go of tin duck The next second he had his jaws settled in Sis big toe Hi forgot nil about the dwelt Ior the next few seconds he was busy dancing about slvenriuguni I trying to getI his toe fret from that once faithful but n w exasperated tur tic Ordinarily a snapping turtle hung on like donut Hut It wasditVcrcut with this turtle He didnt so much want to have revenge on Si as to emphasize the fact that he hadnt been finely treated Pretty soon the turtle let go of HisI toe Hi dropped on the ground in ra heap holding on to his Injured toe andJ cursing the Ingratitude as he called it of the turtle lint while that particular turtle hnd been making things interesting for Sii the others had been busy in a way which showed they appreciated the strike was on lKach turtle helped bite all the cord by which another turtle was tied to a float Then when the turtle which had been pinching Si let- go the other turtles waddled over and set that turtle free Kach turtle could1 then go where he pleased And each turtle made up lull mind that Ills days of duck catching for SI Kvershed were over then road there Hy tit time Si had a little recovered from the pain in his tot tit four turtles hid reached titedge of the lake There thy stopper1 for a second turned around took r last look at HI and then plunged In alt lake And that was the last ever stet- fit Hi Kvershcds duck matching snap plug turtles Them turtles newt would bar struckI IIf I hid treated thorn hnlfway decent HI says to me mournfully That last look they gave me was cur dumb reproach than anger N y Hun Iur Variety Bola No Fred 1 cannot innrrv you but I will hcI say n sister Annie plcue Im tired of hearing that Xol was going to say 1 would bean aunt as 1 accepted your Inole Tom lust night lltJllts Time AVIJI Tell They were married fur u Jokn It w a sort of wager you know And who was the jolt oui They 1m veut found out yet CM- CCfiO iOSt SEA SWALLOWS CEMETERY Trees Swnynl Church Dell Tolled and UatcmiiiiutM Mitrvittl Wide lltivoc Keports lately received here from ecwlllllrC1I of the Alaskan earth quakes In the early partI of lust Sep tember go to show that the shocks were even more appalling thus any yet known on tits Pacific coast The center of the diHturbancc seems to have been in the vicinity of Yakutat boy where arioutr other strange hull penings an entire graveyard way stytl lowed Iby the sea so that when the earthquake was over it was possible tt dJsway out over what had once hero tit ancient biiryinggroiinil nnd to see for down In the depths the tulle of tall trees still standing crcctwith mull their branches and foliage in what hence forth will probably tot ages to corm re ttcoin the bed of the ocean The only1 1IIillr of till graveyard above water wax IIthl top of a very tall poll which had stood on an elevation III tin rewire ol the cemetery until Will surmounted by a cross A portion of the extreme end of the cross was left above the surface ol thet waves piuwedeapart which originally were L 0 feet in depth ind now have been Hlled in with sand until they are only about the feet Ikcpilnt WIlt re pouts ruse in the bay They bored enormous holes in the sand and earth which they lifted high Into i lie air lord spread theta over miles of territory fun inland The shocks begun on September 3 and continued at irroguliir interval amid with varying force until Sunday 1th 10th when the worst menu must ter rifying of mull took place The Indian were nearly insane with terrir when the first heavy jar deice 1111 the ink of that tiny The miHtoiinllllr 1110111I Johnson wan not intending to hoTil service that tiny because he did not rissrmblrJn building the Inilian begged him to dot to propitiate Ookow their name for fnd who they said was angry at tin earth mad was shaking it in Ills wrath To appease them he consented and tincoincidence that during the service there was not a single en rthqmikeshock1 confirmedthem in their belief that it was all ouiug to the swages of the Deity When the service was over the worst 1shock of the tiny occurred Men were unable to stand reset tin Urns wnvd to mid ten nH in a terrible hnrricare and the church spire swayed KO that the fimiuouyItolling n frightened poor funs more than anything else Had the earthquake occurred al biph Instead of low tide It is bcliexcil the en llire village of Yakiilat would have been ewullowcd npN Y World A n I mills Tlml SilfVocme Animals of tit horse kind car only breathe through the mouth ltilhltrtutI- flirulty and cIVort so that If their i osH in ohfctruitid they tend to mitTu rate 1KVCII their coed Hounds arc ut tered through the nose as a rule but win ji Ithey do mist the month the cry is irrule with obvlrus effort uiiil ijjrally of a st ridrnt diameter The horsya neigh Is innile by respiratoryI iffnrti through the only and Iis nosy weal spun liiaeoiis in character but thHIilH it utters when in mortal pi In 1 is lIar through the mouth and is labored and unnatural The donkey snakes a pleas nut hissing noise through the nose Ih11 pleaMtl but Its bray through the mouth IIs painful and Inborn Large open nostrils form au important fea lure In a thoroughbred horse for from its Inability to hronUie lli uigh the mouth It I dependent on its sobs for its wind when going at gIt speed Much Imvr in the sonic w iI u c find the frtlll which siiffocat when its mouth i s forcibly kept lI fv Cincin natiI IKuq ircr Till riiinrilimall Mn- ludgp What made yntt assault your Imi yc- 1rmai1lTe V insoolted mo sor lie lOlllltshIhllIlIIIII 11111I the dearest prejoiuiices av a dhowtr Tlirodden race ho mocked the Itindhcrerr ulnsibllltlestiv it uufoortooiiatc nation he made a byword I an n hissinavI ter nicrcdcst feel love an in me ImiHMu rlriignatlon jeered at the misfoortVis av a licked 1but not vanquished 111Jb An yer thatt1vehhntDear mc Inn hi A did he mnke such n comprehensive nxlof ifasked mcunccioalcyheI l Named rtmuothin Oi pushed his faceN V World A Clean CIIIII Mine The Chilian coalI mines opened in ISS3 seem to be nice places to work in The seam of coal runs from the shore under the waters of the 1aciflc ocean ind tilt tunnels are ho clean that you nimbi walkthrough them In n dress suit vithout making yourself dirty They ire lighted by electricity ctrl you crut lave n ride for n mile under the ocean jn au electric car at a speed of oRea atnsomb of welllighted ptssnges tinder he water The output of coal is now 1000 tons n dnyt std 730 miners are employed in tJa naX Y World IIDaly Feed andSteedlFeed puretfandwotnenwho are scauseyhetfrrWrtflnefOOrl ness disappears because tile nervea properly fed Remember r JfOOrLj SaMahmiL W jjTheyan hour M4J 1 hove slum enjoyedour conversation J toItyouAndtctnctuhetidthathoed coayenj4tio11i ti JiiNitn rots Oncnrvlllc Gn Knytiff I feel it my duty to write and let voif opkuotrbaJdone for mi I have had rheumatism aticirf1 this1timmej shouitAlnutriRtrtakingWdthntI f an4rlitlllillseaderDroolllllfluathadrheutuntirnt isandsayI t ruedietue1 tttIII1 kinBredsake hragnoiler nalti0i nrcadtheirA Xnclc Ivi rtitre riusbaisJ flint sown appears lj be cut cuiikulLralily lower that your hit drIIJrtIe J huXJelt 1sec J nude departurei4lide1i phla Record 1 llrtlil Lnlll i llt Kliy I ISiJ Bltuilraufj I tutu itill limited to Dccemltcr I I ur rnimAsk your neuict C IL A 1 nllt U r full particular+ rtyanlmg time of tle nnd rules r J tfrt f y 1tQ ItJ aCyocr LOOK at I r fac covered vh rimnplcsFour skh rough and blotchy Its your Vvcr I Ayers Pills arc liver pills f1CI cure constipation biliousn r and dyspepsia 25c All drurr ist f IIltowlIt a L Q q J i M RYc f 1 25c willthatsnCxnd we will ccnd llyouDevoetj M1 1jrc U two tb- 3I oral give you two handsome pictures In ten colors cwct rcpro ductions of famous oil I paintings TLcy arc 8 by IIIl inches Tbs offer I of this great family mag1lnt- Is only good for 60 days Wrltltll- IJEImUSrs AAGAZtNfi Art Department I110 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK CITY r z Cures a Cough or Cold tt once t Conqticru Croup without tun- Is the Ixkt fur lliuiuliitiN is irc Itoatacuc 1hootunlFlaugh for Ij I time euro 01 Consumrth Mothcrsprnjcit Doctorsprcsiii it Small doses quick lute remits W0L OUClLA- S33e50 SHOESi111AO Werth SI to Sli comjuadaIU- Olher macs IncJorueUliyovrr 1OOO00 wearer ALL LEATHERS ALL STYLES TIIB GUtIl R hae tr1 I1M oust U4 prim harped a V TAke no iuUtltutu tli met to III nl good Li loen uf lrld anti Yourdealcr hou1Jerf huu If cot see wilt tilt roe aplIrnreceletofprkeG1ti 5 Kind of loather else and width plita ur I4 I fatalocne II Frre r- Wtww QUUuIIHIi GeWw1t lkI rrt et Ha 1 r y1 r 1 G1 t fIL1 v ic c ii11Lk f THEf SCHOOL BOARDS ILLS By GEORGE ADS I think Itii about time thesehlnmedI simpleIllJust seems to me our school byAwellKnoughtoIxerlmeut thllAnwonderThetheirJleaJH ofWhenschool7hreuyearAntoThaand nth metle thatsAllWell sot Into my head an toMWhen most boys these time In thllfPaIm Just about UH well off today As come ot em that went to college orfhemologlellItradeJustIdTookIn nn InclllithdlfftrentWhenHave no frllln on our schootln neelleeWhlncouldHead Trybune an handTinAn ketpISuccess In life an my allround tradeOnwhlnttomfooleryIt otHahladenoughTokindergartennulldln rlckchers an no onthe derndest ImagineThenolderThey CIIhatNowIhnt the only way to hank In a Child to rennin IH Just to learn Vrn The alphabet then the nhahnAn tin short words an then after That let cm tackle the short SmteneeH graduley workln up to oaslani Addretn to the Sun listen what I done The Lord Marry onlyI known what They dont have thu children Do these days though I says to my sisters little girl Mlllls The other day I nays to her What Are you tnklnat school now MIIIItT An sill sold she was takln youOnly an Physiology I nays For tin Iunde Sake what d611ii1 girl no blggorn It hat o Mull JabberThatUnited Kutdi good enough For you I nays Whats the use o- wiiHtln sear time Iwirnln to talk that1 I says furthermore I dont like the HpanlNh An wouldnt cure to talk to em An an far as The oilier thing wuz concerned If I Had u daughter I wouldnt want her To br i tudyln about livers an light An mill Hitch entrallH becux hem ThlngH dont concern girls Its all ItlKht for It doctor to know about Iniiril an what theyre for but A girl hud a doggoned night belter I rum how to kcip house an rook Sot when slur ge tn married slur 4 an helpl her hunband nave money Hut what I Mtartcd out to say lynx this1 see by the papers Tlmt the teacher aint allowed to Iunixh till scholars any more They made em stop UHln the gad Kom mope ago an now they go Kit her nil to nay that the children Must learnl elf gnvermrnt What do you think of that fiiMfKOvernmcnt In other words Tct the children he their own bonnes Id like to know what kind of nn Old grimly got up that rule I know an you know that there Some bays that nerd a good thrashln Now nn then just the name OM me An you need our mcaln It seems to regulate nn tone the System for em Spare the roil An i poll the child They never Spared It on me I used to get II laid across my back regular With n hickory itemed near big Knough for II tenet post I used to llavo writs up an down my legs An III black an blue most o the time After I got It at school Id go home An the old mand do It nil over again Iherrs nothln like a good larrupln Two or three titers a week to Toughen up a boy an sort o keep The orneriness dueled out o him t got co I used to expect It An1 It I went a whole week Without gettln my Jacket tanned tI wuz sort o restlexrt n good Deal like a horse thin fcrln Ills oats an wants to get out of ills box stall an cavort around Through tho lot for awhile The teacher seemed to know what- III needed whenever Id begin to- AII a little cagey ro he tlHtdlO- no for me about once a week Whether he hail any good excuse or net generalPrlneiplen listi- tven if ho couldnt ketch me In any Deviltry Il was only fair to conclude Jhat Id been up to somcthln that lit didnt know anything about veryOftenrhea wuznt any woman could teach Tint school It took a full hand A roan didnt have to know very much limit If he wuznt n good wranler An If he couldnt choke the wind out of A great big hulk welghln about oneeighty An then get him down Into a corner An baste him till he hollered Enough Well he didnt have no call to fry t + teach the young Idee how Po shoot around In them parts Vie didnt try any selfBoverment- xperlmont I can tell you that The first day o school the teacher Licked the biggest boy or got leked an alter that we either Knew who wuz boas or else Ichool let out till the board iould hunt up a heavier man Jo or u teacher Vn now by thunder If a teacher lays A linger on a boy for some cleie of umedness they get the law on him Ih school board tires him an iVhst Nro wsaysmla to brute Do yon think Id be the man I am today If I hadnt got some bruise ounded Into me when I wuz youegi- No sir tftI on- The cho tyod- Thered be a cltyrs o teachers Alt around next Monday Id Iut In loute ahle bo led men An before Monday night theres many Town that dbaeietUansideways thin Chicago Rally Record COMMONS LOBBYISTS They Ilnvr heady HecoBiiltlou to the lluu Under the lirltUk- CoBMtltutlun rime lobbyist ut the house of com mons IK nn csuntliilly modern product PurllnnurnturittUH of u former age knew him not They UJil very well without him niul perhnpu never even Hunnectetl that he was dcgtlnid to bo vrcntcd Inn with the quickened interest In the pro ceeiliiiKH of parliutuent which followed upon u widened franchise and u cheap erred pretax there came u dcnlrc for u closed link between the hoitxe of common and the organ of pnhlle opinion Importer in the glllltr could unit well enough what was tin lei in parlia meat hut as language was given eupeeiully to minister to enable unit to conceal their thoughtx it occurred to somebody that it might be useful if Oho press were permitted to invade the sacred precincts of the member lobby and Roil out what was really in the mind of time louse of eommotih Whether time idea originated with the members themselves or with the Invad ers Inn mutter of no Importance It wan probably a case of KX of one and half n dozen of the other Anyhow the lobbyiNt walked tlUIIltuhlI ont lint day timid he has been recognied as part anti parcel of the lint Ili MIIIKt It III limit ever Mince There Is a common ImpreKslon that the lobby representative of a news paper lias nothing to do but listen to tit roiilidcnccH of niembeiK of tit tthl net and fend nIT a crowd of inolllclal members who desire lu deluge him with Information This is only partly true Now and then a cabinet minis ter does cross the lobby but In nine rases out of ten he wears a worried1 Iontspeaktome look which he cures him an immediate passage even through groups of Ills own supporters They remember thus the great matt has just answered or oHnaycd to answer u series of embarrassing questions and they assume that ho has spent the earlier hours of the day unraveling the knots tied for him by the Kindhearted officials of his department Pity there fore goes out to him und nobody would willingly add to his burden of curt out ministers hurt their Ihappier and less busy moments mind sometimes they mire the possessors of news which for various reasons it isi desirable to make public without delay Then conics the lobbyists opportunity He secures hr tin iiiutlon which circumstances do not permit to lie announced III till house Itself and he IIk able to write something which the next morning will be rend with peculiar interest The occasion htuyuut often arise So much the more need consequently for turning it to the best account when It does present iitI Ilf11I1I11Id1l11llNIIIII rs of the house may have news to Impart limit Ifis rat al ways of overwhelming importance riiere are for instanceI those who have a political ax to grind tad who lose no ipportunlty which may serve their pur pas They are not to be blamed tom till sire only paying their tribute to the power of the press Hut the lobby ill nerds to be on his guard He must veigh the information which comes tu him unsought for It Is his business to rellrcl the real mood of parliament He must not attach undue importance to what may at best be a mere willo 1I hewisp On the other hand he cannot Ite ilklrIoutsmindI declare theft Its nf no consequence when Ihere are premonitory symptoms of what may ultimately prove to be a serious po lineal emcule He must keep his II a- geel on the pulse of parliament tutu arty sudden accession of temperature de mands his immediate notice He may lie told that although the political timer mometer has guile up it is IInlII sign iif temporary feverishness hut If his wise he will out be lulled into a Mcnse of false security If a partlnan on one null of the house tells him one thing ibout the condition of the body politic lie will for safetys sake cull n willies from the other slue and hear what he hits also to snj In a word thin lobbyist must preserve independence of mind uid of judgment against mall comers London Telegraph Vnlnr Jlnlt Illriln Muni Ill the canarybreeding establish incuts of icrmany only the male birds ire valued for the females never slug The method of training the herds In sings to put then in a room when tthere IH an automatic whistle which hey all strive to mutate The breeder Istens to the efforts of the birds and Picks out the must apt pupils which mire then placed IIn another room for fur her instruction These are the best dngers aril ultimately fetch high prices The less gifted herds are sorted ilitnI second mind third quality nllllllr sold while those which simony no voctil xiwers are destroyed Chicago Citron cle Iroof Von are An advent ureas hlsken Rodriguez unable to restrain himself longer Fortunately replied the woman f am able to prove tint I am not Taking from her pocket a large Imported cigar she smoked it rapidly be- rorc our heros astonished gaze Adveuturccseis Invariably smoke igarettcs she observed quietly us in Iin the consciousness of reaerve power Detroit Journal LL STRANGE LAPSE OF MIMOR President McKinley Talk AtAouulrlne Territory Through Providence President McKlnlcy should have beer i little more careful in his rear platform speeches on his car tour about th country lie made u serious break it mils talk at Cedar Falls la After saying that since he was IBM In lowu wo have minded some territory meaning the Ihlllpplucs he continued 41 believe my fellow citizens that tllh errltorycnmo to us in the provident1 if GUll We mild not seek it It IH ours ivith nil the responsibilities that bclon o It and as a great strong brave in ilon wo mean to meet them and we taut to carry out our education nml our civilization there It lclng very early in the morning losulbly the president AVUS not quit iwake or surely he would have romen jored the letter written the other da jy lodgeI Day in time interest of hili rlend the president for effect on thc Ohio election lodge Day made no pretense time the hlllppinc territory came to us bllt llstlnctly declared that we did sick t Our forces had tint captured It uid at no time held more than the hay I f Manila nod n small part of till mad1 idjolnlng While the pence negotla Ions wero In progress nt Paris with Judge Day nl chief agent of the prod lent no hint was given for soot hunt that wo wanted nil the Philippines or iiorc than n small bit of territory If wi leslred tiny The proposition when lit emit made took the Spaniards bySur irlse and they protested vigorously Then lodge Day made an otTer of WO000000 for the mire group and itillI protesting vigorously against heI ng forced to sell tho Spanish commit loners finally consented to the c1nlI Mere Ix the judges own language In his ampalgn letter Our proposal at Parts embodied till con 1ntloiiH which for the tiakn of Immediate maco the American government was will ng to make Tined was dnuhtlcHN other rlAOIlll actuating the commlNHlonerrt IIrn nuking the proponaln It was not claimed that time United Hated had a right to the Philippine Ulandi in a matterof conquest The United States IIIR never undertaken so far as I know to- wrest from n foreign country lands or poe lesions simply by right of conquest llai vo teen disposed to do no It must bu re nembcred Unit wo were In ponsennlon only if the city hay and harbor of Manila under the protocol of August 12 IKS The cap lure after the signing of thu protocol by Jen Merrill and his forces whatever lie igal effect may have been Included ua store territory than we weru untitled to mold under the protocol The offer was made partly for tin lake of immediate pence hu ttotthere were doubtless other reasons actuating IIII commissioners In tucking the pro tosalsI Very likely Judge Day lu me of the commiskioners and the ret ignicd immediate confidential urgent uf President McKinley knouH all about I hose other reasons though ho may lot deut It advisable to tell lout here Is tin fact clearly stated in ils letter The territory did not come 10 us In the providence of nod wlthoul ollr seeking it On the contrary it wens not in our keeping we had not won It- II was still the property of Spain tu told or sell or lo give away Presl Itnt Mclvlnley desireil It mind Ills com ulssloners made a bid for il JItt will be emcnibcred that at tile time it was istinctly declared that every step ahem by the commissioners at Part yes directed from Washinglon and lint the president wits the whole hlng In the transaction When tin Spanish commlssionets became liidlg 1111111 at the proposition they were told lalnly Unit they must sell and that hey could not get a raise of another ollar on the bid It is slrango I hat President Mclvin ItJ should have forgotten tthose circum tauces timid Judge Days recent letter elalling them when he toll the people or Cedar Kails that the Philippine dands territory commie to us In thin irovldcncc of noel mend without our ticking it limit it was very early In the lornlng and the president hail not loured Ids mind with hit morning cof ie Cleveland Plain Dealer PRESS COMMENTS HannalsmistheIssue in Ohio tints ear If the people of every county wtutt to have their affairs run by nitric lamia just vote this republican ticket Hamilton 0 Democrat In spite of Air loraker pro jssed devotion to the Ohio republican Icket it Is to be observed that Mr Han JUt Involuntarily dodges every time his Inatorlal colleague makes a motion In lie direction of his hip pocket Chi ago Chronicle Up to thin present time Mr JIc- Mnley In his swing round tho circle hllll referred to patriotism 103 times totithe flag 170 times nnd to Irovi ence 104 times Providence up ears to be getting n little the worst of It while humanity Isnt in it ut cull Wheeling Intelligencer = Mr McKinley in every speech de leered in his stumping tour toils fall ikes occasion to express Ills gratlflcit t Ion that the people of time United tatcs are still patriotic nnd true to the lag The American people were patri ate and lovers of the starspangled bon- n er when Mr McKinley wits one of the irentuulltlcs uf future time They will 0 remain when he IN a memory of the aitOinula World Herald JIfCOJSISTJCrJJ UiL The Preeltleata Oncer Way ef IlNBO HBK UI VhliinvlB TrouhteB- Prcildent MeKlnley declared In speed No 55 delivered Olt his till around Ot circle UtIIttItflt no longer a question of expansion with us we have ex pandetl This being so why docs the president say that the mutter Iis with congress Perhaps President MoKlnley tins In mind the McKnncry nnolution which saved from detent l y n single vote UI treaty with Spain The resolution read as follows That by tho ratification of the treaty of peace with Spain It IIs not Intended to Incorporate the Inhabitants of the Philip pine llindf Into cltlsenxhlp of the United Slates nor In It tho Intention to permanently annex said Islands RII an Integral part of the territory of the United States lout It II tho Intention of tho United States to establish on said Islands u government suitable to the wants tutu conditions of the Inhabitants of said Islands to prepare them for local selfgovernment and In due limn lo make such disposition of said islands as will bet promote the Interests of the eltlieni of the United States and tin Inhabitants of said islands With such u declaration this linger ing In his memory McKlnley although assuring the people that we hUt ox panned yet feels culled upon to hedge Iby saying that tho matter is In time hands of congress In speech No 51 McKinley said of our positioni In the Philippines HWe are not there to oppress We ntJ there to liberate Wt art nut there to establish anl Imperial government nut wo are tthere to establish n govern trout of liberty IIIIIIItIWIIIII protection to lift property mud opportunity to all who dwell therein This Is a pleasing fancy sketch hilt n correspondent of tillt l lnmg lioug MulL gives another view lie says Taxes are higher now than under Spanish rule and the inhabitants hlltor ly complain that living expenses have doubled The native police have beet discharged and the Americans appolnv ed in their sicad being totally ii ama quainted with the language and modes of lift of the civil population ami glv ing endless dissatisfaction The old In habitants state that murders robberie and crimes of every description sire greater titan before and the American pullet In their blundering endeavors to search out criminals resort in their Ignorance of the lianntK and methods of the criminals to the most ttyrannical means lo obtain Information for tho capture of offenders Another source of discontent Is the use of the ninncy secured front taxes and front customs for 1 tho support of the army Instead of using the funds for carrylngoiit muchneeded municipal ne cessities ill these causes serve to pro lung the war by keeping tho natives who have lived In hope on promises of goodI government in n constant Stall of irritation It appears front Ibis that McKlnleyr I will have tto deliver more thou 510 ipeeches to com hut Ithe people of this Dmitry that everything Is lovely In the Philippines CMcago Democratt OHIO MUST DE BOUGHT lloiiilli Muni Ion Irrily laud lit Curry II fur Ihr Ii chit Ilituia Ihle teat Mr McKinley might readily dlnavo all responsibility for this direct demand upon government officeholders all over the United States that they violate the law which they arc sworn toobraud- g1 down In their pockets fur money hvlth whirl to buy the venal floating vote of Ohio hutI as tho president politicalI conscience Is the properly of Mark A Hanna and the circular In oiliest lou could have been Issued with sun that gentlemans consent and In ilorsemeut the country at large per Force will accept It as onlyI another executive stop In the direction of u return lo the old corrupt political spoils sys tem With all the money Ilaiina or his friends hove uiade out of Spanish war onlructs In coal wood timid sundries there certainly should bo u siilllclency or available republican money In Ohio to pay the legitimate expenses of u local campaign Hiinna himself may lJe penurious hut he has ways to ex tract saechainc mutter front trusts maid should not be In need of outside iclp to pay for printing stationery lostagc stamps and the nervlecs of as many orators OH may be required eves in an emergency The appeal of thin Ohio state commit lec will strike thin average American voter as evidence that In thin opinion of the administration not only tho election of Judge Nash its governor but the general result in 1000 Jeopardized and that regardless of cost thin presl louts home state must be bought up In November It IIs tantamount to a con Fcsslon that the party Iis In a bud way iverywhere In view of the HuiuwMeKlnley panic ivhleh induces the manipulators of this omblnation to Insist that public erv ants shall commit moral If not technical crime and which Ix sending the chief of the state and lmis ofllelnl family all aver the vrieteni states like n party ol ilrttl spnllblndcrji fthe question nutu rally suggests itself Whet are the- raal chances for republican IUCfil r the states that hold elections tGls M UBaa 7 Washing tOH Tisael 4 i J r 8v ff t i yx + zr tt+ rrnyy tj litd i w iri tr tt tr t s t f u I i l- r t i Y Illt too U tk 17 tifir rr- r rk Y 4 d sirs rf 4 J y J = i iLi MS 1 ft 7- r I I 1 f tt f 1 7 7r j III I IIj ri i I ii i I zI ttj j I I r t f t r 1 i 5 S i rr r tyil st i r d- Y y nyr It r OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys t Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood AH the blood In your body passes through yoUr kidneys once every three minutes sold all fifty sizes You yourbloodter out the waste or Impurities In the blood If they arc sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains achesand rheu matism como from excess of uric acid In the neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries urinarytroubleskidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin nlnr In kidney trouble IIt you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized it stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is on Its merits by druggists In cent and onedollar may have a sample bottle by mall iiomo of arampnoa free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer u Co BInghamton N Y on u COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0 C In In4I111IIIrtloll t tI Irrfo hyMOllllllv 1 I i that nearby on Monday niornini r Our correspondents lire derelict in duty mid wu want to say that lioiiivfnrili tluy will not receive ipapen except fur tilt week they havu IICWH letterH Wo arc dependent upon them for the now and Lt when they full to HOIK in their favor they put uN to grtut iiicmiveniiiico LANE NEWS Corn gathering is the order of the day V 11 EkniH wont to Cumpton Monday nu busincHH J F HiivuntJ roproHontinKChiloH Thompson it Co piiBsod through hero on tho 28d Mrs Krnnco IFobhw of St Ilwlonfl hiiH buon visiting hor ipurontn MrI send M rHon C MillerI tho Past weok Don Sown I and John Tolsonof Cainpton liitvo been vinitiiig tilt formers parents laid rabbit hunt ing ThoHT Ill rror of Mt Stun ihng nnd G TI Cuntor of Slilhvntor passed through hero out tiny nti wook llr A Hampton of Iaxton rnp rusonting the 1 Elkhorn Voolon dills dulivorod goods for this plaoo roll II QloIlIIj W li St olo of BMiittyvilloand It Mr WilHon of Wont Virginia illrillclillgLiasJ Samuel 1onco sun of1ulix Ptsiico joined tho army a short time ngo has gut tirwl of army lifo and wants hack JIiA iron ts- lire doing all in thoir power to got him released KBX MORGAN COUNTY- CONSOLATION CHAT llov II II B1ntkot hip is visit ing on Licking this wook T R Gillaspie of Clay City iis visiting his uncle C C Jillaspiu this week John Tnulboo of Stillwnt r has routed tho Bear branch property of Jussio Oldfield and will move ahortly S H Walters and wife and Miss AEary Tylor aro visiting friends and rolalivod in Magollin county this xvoelc Thorn will lo another wedding to report in this neighborhood be fore long i but wo promised not to talk any Marriott at tho rasi lencp of Josiio Oltlfiohl on the 17th lust Ariin ii Titivann to hiss ArilHMlfiu I I Gillnspio Roy Lawson oiliciating Charloy Johnson proachbd at James llosos Sunday night and you could have hoarod a pin dropI for two hours during his discourse THK DnA r Saul Wilson loft Sunday nClorI noon for Caudill whoro ho will 4o sotno painting Tim colored work in Uigglo Barry Book is an immenso nid to borry growers It shows tho lending ber rios truo to size color They worn first carefully painted by nn experienced artist and then reproduced by lithography at a cost of over one thousand dollars Aside from tho color work there ore sris of reproductions made direct ly from photography of borries so that tho rendor may have nn ac curate ilea of them See pub1 lishors announcement in another column The price is 50 cents free by mail ltltljaa I the publish ors Wilmor Atkinson Co Philu dolphin Math Adams n brother of Eldor Henry D Adams is removing to the Frost Wood property in our town from Cnnoy Ho locates hereto take advantagoof+ our educa tionalI facilities in schooling his children of which ho has three in tho schoolago OIjet your light shine is n biblical injunction and 1I Ii Pie rntt is prepared to holy tho people livo up to it by furnishing thorn with lamps of which ho hits tho largest display over seen in tho mountains Bo sure and road our grunt oT r of lira HKUAID for a year and tho form Journal for tho balance of 1800 and nilof WOO 1501 1002 and 190JJ nearly live years all for the price of our paper alone Just walk up to tho captains ollico and draw tho greatest prize you overdrew Dy Its Record of roinurUnblc cures HooiIM SarMiparilhi lute become the otic tree blood puritkT prominently in till public oyo let only Hoods Hoods Pills an tho bust Family cathartic null liver nicillcino Llc Rev Aimer Tnnt of Laurel has boensnfferingtithsome pul m ona ry troublo for Hisveral montliH past and a wook since wits taken worse since which time ho hits boon con sidered dangerously ill Sum Jackson who married Miss Maggie Cecil is reported to bo in tho lust stages consumption 1 rANTiI SKVKUAI IKIWONS n FOIt Ui trut Olllce Manimurii In this Mate to repreetit mi in their own nod mirrounil Int fount ire Willing to imy yearly ttiOO iuyallu weekly Denirulilu eniployinent with 1I1111 lInl oiiportunltivN Ilcfercneeii ex ehanirtil Kncloxe Mtliiililrunxeil Rlinupeil envulnii H A lAUKi20Caxlnit lluild1 lug IttenRo JV6m AVID S 110SH I IIcadipinrtcrH Kzcl K- ySLiNGLUFFJOHNS I KKIMtKHKNTHI 5 CO WIIOLKSALK BOOTS + AND 4 SHOESHopkiiiM Place IlMTlMOltK Mi Ile ipectfully Noliclts n sliure nf tho trade ol mountain merolunts howlrnuchyou HERALD J 4ttJMUIaii lll8 n Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY flSySiiruorv and obstetrics n specialty Rt H BUY ANS- AUUSMAX VOlt Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON tvII Hair Store I W Imve in stork it Ml 1tol HaIr I Switches from 11K1 to 11100 ends liraI BIIIJllroGOlllb j I StampedLinens1 cents per skein COLOllINK fur tho hair to any shade fe0rdcrs I will receive prompt nttentlon chanllnJII MRS M A KI and Church StsUpper Lcxngton Ky Fine Farm FOE SALE 0 Having determined to locate at another point1 I oiler for Aalo 41V prhnle- contract my farm near Salem Morgan county Ky containing oTl acresf-0 acres of which h timtor land of SilO qualityOn plnco iis a modern 6room rest clciiro and nil necoiwiry mithuihlmgH i 11 never failing well of fine water n store room 14x24 feet with full length ware room along side vJ AN ORCHARD w Hof 40 Young Treesn representing Severn varieties of fruit in now in hearing told a source of revenue A Church and School adjoin tho premise and the nri lilior hood in unexcelled fur frouil behavior sobriety etc 8100000 WILL EUY IT I uud till tlrll1H he nulde lu suit cloy reasonable piircluiRer P M LONG or SlKNOEIl rOOPKK Hazel Green Ky 0 6 5fIRRIS0f ftttorneyaiLaCOMKCTIOXH A SlKCIAIrY AND III TURNS PIIOMITIY MADK 101 W JKiKKusoN STKKKT LOUISVILLE KY Knftircncc J Taylor Day lintel Green y I jHES OF SIr A Book forYoung and Old OUR q6 WECUREa H RECORD NERVOUS1 1EsteB BLOOD 25Oooo SKIN DISEASED PRIVATE CUREDDISEASES 1 n jj 250000 CURED YOUNG IIIAiligrtiyou1 tanned naturo 1mtTero011IlIIhltrlllio retails triro your eyes opened to your peril Hltl van lator on In man or11LOuldarno1I pymploutsInodltlnn Voiikimwlllvl5 FATH1JH conAt all11 nI with 0111111 neclllni of 1I1ucnk mss cmifilI hy early nhuso or later oxeremercury Ihixbno1thottrlltroilit0ntto you tlio rOMilM of tiic o rrliaci and imlnt nut hart our iKV MHT1IU1 TltEATt ItIIIIVI 1 iirovciftuUltlNYI J cornIM1sIONta1titiCI1ILis i ria CILltm S IilDNFY mitt ULAUDU- Hj tircatI CURES GUARANTEED 3 Tim Wncos of Sin ornt fn o hy M tLlTIONJUUnsTION IIJ4ANIc lor HOMKl THIATMENTlores KENNEDY KERGAN fl 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O pIIIN A IEA- SIIATTORNEYatLAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will ractlcc In the courts of Wolfe and the ndiolnlnc mantles and attend promptly to nil collection entrusted to him pan Unq n fkolrh unit nwrrlntlnn nun IAnlOn ar rttm nut opinion ttoo c bother nn n M- tlinitirioflr r tniiy pntontnll n romiininlfA in1 ntlal handbook on IatonU rtrurnymtentr fori k u recelr IVJI unfirc without ClinrgO In tllO Scientific tlmtricast A handsomely iJuvcst cln ralatlon of any nclontma Journal Forma f3 a rri tour month fL 80111 b all nuwedralen Yorkltrsndh loiteiiUI bao hills Se iiriutcd nt UEUAM ulllcc u SENO NO MONEYTN alI w send OflD en you t CADf4ETIDIDIrIIIENIM3MACHiMIbytnlkyCOUalul1I represatededtauULjjNenjlia51660ynrfnlktayeaourandfrl8hichnrRea tlachlueweigh no Ilndan thtl trel M will ntlSeenuforeachtOOmlleL elytlI THin NDUHS TRIAL In yoerowahnme And wewlllretnrayourd e Iiany daryouam not atlsdd natmakeudlydturlkl ina1111o 11000 1100 all fully dercrl be4 is our rro i wi 1 tI butelliolorth1a1tnorDI5LCADI3ETacaDICL- Otkeareateat vatever oITered b any house BEWARE OF IMITATIONS bysteoncerniwnoooprouraarer- Ui S nttottertng keW eseklsi under YftrlouinaraM with varlaslad- latewrykdtantt Wrlli Mimr Mnt I Cklcut r r lIaklt ndekrnnt L IKIROUtn1Inn fl n 4 ti 0 from the rtm tcrlatmon can buY 0 a0fn1eeoeooh1DOtrT11LAYAddress SEARS ROEBUCK Inc Chicago III d r- C 5SA LAME I HORSES sq CURED d+ wIs Ujbedb ur A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR A Limited Special Offer Which Will Last for Ten Days Only Oeniiinc Pomnn1 PliininndHhuvo n world wide repnlallnn It Is almost IinpoNHthlc tci dlMliiKtiNh them from genuine diamonds costing hiuidrpiU of dnlluri inch They an worn Ihv till hest people We will fur ward a iKNfiNK POMONA DIAMOND mounted1 in u heavy rlnir pin nr stud to lllolrlIIOOlIehEIIrrlllsettiiiKH arc n tide of one cnntlnuouN piece of thick shelled Kdd and lire warranted nut to tarnish ipecinl eomhliiRtion oiler for ten dayH only 1 tiny null Ntutl sent to ad drcNH tinon receipt of 1SO Send for cute logue In oiderlnK riiiR give linger inuHtuiriv meat hy tiniiiK a piece of ittrinx also full particular Address plnlnly Jai POMONA Co 118M183 Hrondwny New York Your taxes an duo and iii tint he paid now So please call and settle and saveI trouble ilK 1 am compelled to collect II F PIKKATT S ItelUlilo persona of s mrchinlcil or Inventive mind IfOOlhorJI Tho 1ATlUiT 1CKCOUD Baltimore Md- i YOUR MAIL ORDERS For nnytliltiR nod everything in the line of nuucjs srxDiiiKs TOILKT AUTI- PLHS IKUFtMKS SOAlS lOBOCIGARS and Prescription Specialties will he proniitlv lilted hy us Write UN when you cant iud what you want In your own ttores JAS IK COOlKlt Dnagisi lill1 IKXINCJTOV IKV u EsI f WIXCHBSTHi KY 4V II WrrilKllSlOOV President It n II UNTKlt Cashier Paid up CnpiTnT 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders anti husIncNR men generally throughout Hastnrn Kentucky lull otTers its customers every facility nnd i the most liberal tenon within the Ihllftll of legitimate hanking octlSly CARTERDRY GOODS f IMrOIlTFRB ANM DKAIiFRS IN iD7 AND NOTIONS I LOUISVILLE KY Ilcferenco J Taylor Day lintel Oroen J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and llctail dealer in General Merchandise Lumber Refill Estate c Also President Hazel Green Fair and Driving Park Association nnd tho Farmers Exchange LfC ROSH SOiI I OF BEATTYVILLE KY WITH 1t frY IHUGJIESrnOlJ1JtTOn Keniiicky Cider Vlnegar Works LOUISVILLE KY I Your patronage is rcspoctfaliy solicited SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAKPWBM CAIIKIT I 1 tSdotedi Jc tdtowingand dcorattd cahlnetnnitnneetnickel drawerputlarest egftadjultabletreedle Ienulnelmth Iron llAnd ilsetls ilf tiireadln4vlbratingihuttieaetasytwinder SidrollCUARANTEEDIIIIbllrultisetdnbiatellit a Ion Book lids ptet howanyono can run It and do either lIQor Ilk t TunIllsdlsiUarulnlentwlthevepttfseSTS V CO 1 CURBS SPLINTS SPAVINS VINDPIJFFSk kii- and ull enlargements nbaolutely removed by 4 QUINNSi 1 LII IIyI OINTMENTing horsemen unit erillrianff MB 0 EnrxtnanTrAfrrCfnteltnnketilayt r J peelon1 would I bottl0ntTriceR1btprrlnekngrAmu1terelzntAcnnteAskoerDruI I 4ruoeltpthr 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11 fr tJt H6 musumss uIsorIeSJ Offer everything for the Lawn nail jnrdef Ful1l1tockof Fruit and Ornamental TrfWi Grnpcst Small Fruits ApnrAgue 6hrabh mid everything kept in such an MlaHs port We emplo no agents Acecrlpthe cntalogtlo on applfention to J1 F n IlLEN3lFY11 Telephone 279 Lexington Jj i Money to patent good ideas may be ircprj by our aid The Patent Kecord Bnltlm6rjI hl P np v M 1 yna r vtii a v ti l 11- i 1- t 1d i 1 1t 1 t I 1 t t 1 1 I tr t r 1