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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p rJ ce TLi j DVERTISING 1 f1TESi t rr f 0IfII Column 1 year fOO 00 Z ft I T r 35 00 fI year20 00 m finches I year 10 00 1 Inch I year 7 01 Aaa uaCtmAnlsSlalc and District 1 o otleersr10a0Countyscears1500 t political nntoui 8VJ cents line i kt 11To Obituare Tributes Etc pre i red by us s ie a line where copy is itrotsbed same ss locals 5c a line CI ba TAKING TESTIMONY 1 The Coal Strike Commission Sire a till As a Court G There Arc No Less Than 30 Attorneys 24 of Whom Are Looking After the Interests of the Mine Owners Scranton Par Nov 15The anthra cite coal strike commission appointed r 5by President Roosevelt to arbItrate the minorworkers of the hard coal fields of Penn sylvan and their employers Friday began the hearing of testimony by which It will determine whether or not the workmen are receiving fair anil Just wages for their labor and wheth tr their conditions should not be Im proved The star witness tor the miners President John Mitchell took the stand In the forenoon and when too commission adjourned at 4 oclock in the afternoon he was still under tho fire of cross examination by David W Willcox general counsel of the Dela wire Hudson Co It was a trying daY for the miners leader but he seemed to stand the test well Tho heaviest fire of cross Questions was aimed at him late in the afternoon Eesflon and when the hour of adjournment was reached Mr Willcox was itlll propounding questions and testing Mr Mitchells memory The opening of the sessions was a notable day in the annals of the lawn the upper anthracite regions Such an array of lawyers has never been seen in this part of the state and it Is doubtful whether attorneys have ever been so numerous on one side of a cas in this state as were present in tie interests of coal companies Fr day The commissions sessions are being held in the room of the Penn sylvania supreme court which is now Bitting in Philadelphia Ranged around three tables in front of tho seven commissioner who occupied Judges bench were no less than 30 lawyers 24 of whom were looking aft er the interests of the mute owners In addition to these there was a large number of members of the bar present who came to merely look on The court room at both sections was packed almost to suffocation and scores of persons were unable to gain admittanceGrouped about Mr Mitchell were District Presidents Xicholls Duffy and Ttby the three district secretaries the three national board members and the members of the three district leg- Islative boards of the anthracite field Scattered through the spectators were many practical miners who will bo called upon to take the stand in behalf of the miners During the day Attorney Willcox asked Mr Mitchell many questions as to the policies of the union the meth od of calling strikes the ability of the onion to maintain discipline and pre vent the members of tho union from violating tie law and also as to tho liability of the union breaking contracts It was apparent to many of those present who understood the sit nation that Mr Willcoxs object war to attempt to prove by Mr Mlchells own testimony that the contention of the companies that tho miners union was an Irresponsible organization was well founded and that trado agree meats therefore could not be safely entered into with the union During the hearing tho statements were brought out for tho first time since the late strike was begun that the union had disbursed 1500000 among tine union and nonunion men who were on strike MRS MKINLEYS MINE The First Carload of Zinc Ore Ever Mined in Illinois Shipped Metropolis Ill Nov IThe Em Plre lead lands ana spahr mines on the Illinois Central railway in Pope t county have just sipped the first carload of zinc oro ever mined in 11- byMrspresident and was operated by tho Sextons for several years after tho civil r sorr that the mines were finally abandonedt- he areLLwere resumed by an Ohio man r Believe They Were Drowned i Pougikeepslo X Y Nov 15Two- S MissKittyf Went driving and as they did not return It was supposed they had eloped j Friday wagonthey5y Ii nvet here and it is now believed the theaf anddashedI t Snov Fell in Kansas J toty I Friday V 1re3tern Kansas along the line ot the Rock nearlyfo k Wages Increased r 15Grandllvnk IniDff UnoUroVower itRldgot of a Mountain on Fire t l5Yarylandfi therSttcof fortQlatant5 frireezC tarrying It rauHly llorti l if t THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDestablished March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of U Jonathan and His Contl cut by Max Oltcll SPBNCBR Owner c SWThe Oldest Most Popular Most WIdely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mountains SICO n ways PER IIn YEAR Advance nOVOL XVIII HAZEL GREEN WOLFE CO KY THURSDAY UVL 1I13LII2U190T n 14 Radical FOREIGN POSTAGEII BtUrgedWashington Nov rodnctlonmaltocommercial nations ol Europe atthisGeneraPayne thatIntattled through orclgrtradeIt It believed tcbobeingpartiesreadilygiveThe MrPnynesrate Is five cents orlettersada and Mexico between which ant this country the same postage rateare applied as are imposed on mat within this county It is proposed tc put the governments of England Ger footlnJInvol time of postal business and the numbei of commercial transactions betweer this country and Europe tho foreigr IlisprolOltionaleas a detriment to the business inter ests of the country Mr Payne be lieves a reduction in postal rates not only would prove a great benefit to tht business interests of the country but result in sufficiently large business tc make up In the end for the loss of rev enueThis has been the experience of the United States In the reciprocal ar rangements made with the two coup tries on our northern and southern hor ders The project will have to be carried through by conventions will the other countries mentioned Sc soon as the assent of congress Is se cured Germany England and FrancE will bo approached and conventions with other countries along the same lines will bo left for the future con siderat Ion MILLIONAIRE SENTENCED Edward Butler Gets Three Years Ir the Penitentiary juryhti honest blacksmith millionaire Si Louis politician and democratic boss charged with attempting to bribe twr members of tho St Louis board ol health returned a verdict Friday morning It was Guilty and assessed the punishment at imprisonment ir the pen for three years Tho defend ants countenance changed only for a momentMrs Edward Butler and her laugh terlnlaw seemed crushed The ape helpmeet of Col Duller bowed hot head and her bosom rose and fell in dicative of tho intense pain she felt She left the courtroom soon after the verdict was read Butlers attorney will ask for a new trial PARLOR MATCHES The Sale and Storage of Them to Be Stopped in New York Now York Nov 15Fire depart ment officials of this city have decided to stop the sale of parlor matches in Greater New York They have give warning that after January 1 no per mils for the storage or sale of matches except the sulphur variety which can not be Ignited on other than n prepared surface will be issued by tin bureau of combustibles This notice is the beginning of an effort to enforce an ordinance adopted some time aco According to Inspector flurry of the bureau mentioned 1300 fires last year which cost eight lives were traced tc parlor matches STORM OF RED DUST Balls of Flame Fell and Set Fire tc Several Buildings in Melbourne London Nov 15According to a dispatch to the Dally Mall from Sydney N S W an extraordinary red dust storm has been experienced In Victoria and New South Vales Darl ness enshrouded the city of Mel bourne at noon and balls of flame fell and set fire to several buildings The people were thrown into a state of panic as ticy thought the world was coming to an end A similar cloud of red dust hung like a pall over the city of Sydney and many Inland towns Thursday Board Bill Causes Doublo Tragedy Manchester J Nov 15ln n controversy Jamft Maftin 45 single shot Proprietor M1 1 Brittingham of the Hotel Brit twice In the hack inflict- Ing probably fatal Injuries MaOin was taken to jail and not being rile anted shot himself In the head The trouble Is said to have been over r board bill Won the La Turbie Stakes Nice France Now 15W K Van derbilt Jrs Edna won the La Turbie stakes here Friday His Quos Ego ridden by the American jockey Thompson took third placo in the Carabacel italics SPARKS AND FLASHES Detroit Jets ns much of its milk sup ply by trolleyas by railway More than 00 towns within a radius ofiO i es of r it ore connected with it by trolley Fr ices Society of Dramatic Author collects for its clients 630000 a yea t Mghtninggliuns water according to tlyt experiments of Prof TroVvbrJdge olfarvonl with a voltnjjo of 0000000 Jilfb 8nve B NWk uve KM long r r i31 J DfflUED BY FIRE Armonr Cos Fickin r Plant Went Up in Smoke The Loss Is Partly Covered By 721 500 Insurance Six Hundred Men Are Thrown Out of Work By the Fire Sioux CltyJa Nov 17Armour tl Cos packing plant which occupied four acres of the stock yards and val ued at 900000 was totally destroyed early Sunday morning by a fire which started on tho second floor of the fertilizer building and is thought by Manager Lemon to have been duo either to spontaneous combustion or to an imperfect dryer The loss is partly covered by 721500 insurance Six hundred men are thrown out of em ployment by tho tire Within an hour after the fire was discovered by a watchman six streams of water were being thrown upon tho tire which was gutting the fertilizer building which was 110 by GO feet and four stories high but the pressure was inadequate The floors and contents of the build Ing burned like chaff Tho roof soon fell and the fire burst through into the beef killing house At the same time the cattle chute ignited and in five minutes fell with a crash Once in tho beef killing house the flames began to dance madly nun this house to tho oleo building was only a step and when the oils startI to burn the fire presented a most spec tacular appearance Tho big beof house containing 500 carcassed was the next to take tire and the whole plant except the hog house was a lake of tire The roar was terrible Ti e country for miles around was IiKJte1 up Suddenly there was r terrific do tonation followed quickly by another and than another Twontyfouv drums of 100 pounds of ammonia each explod ed before the reserve supply in the ammonia cistern was reached That explosion almost razed tho entira plantThe flames were blown through the fire wall which separated the bo house from the other buildings Stca ill the fire crept against the wind and through the office building otJwrap cf paper was saved When the last of tho ammonia drums was going off a burning chute fell upon a bunch of live hogs and their squeals were added to the ap palling chorus THE CHOLERA IN MANILA The Spread of the Disease Is CausinJ Some Alarm Manila Nov iTho number of cholera cases is increasing in this city and the spread of the disease is caus log some alarm There are on an aver age SI0 cases daily The Funston re serve hospital fie casual camp at Santa Mesa and Kilibid prison are now Included among the places infected The disease is spreading In the Mar quina valley where the danger of an Infection of the water supply is re aided as gnjve Should the water supply become infected a general epi icniic iis ronrlderel inevitable The rhulera reports from the pro vinces show a decrease in the number rff cases A3 A REPRISAL A Duty of Fcur Dollars Per 1000 to Ee Placed on Canadian Lumber Toronto Nov 17 Canadian lumbermen who are In touch with what is go lob on at Washington and in Canadian government circles all alarmed over the rumor that a duty of 4 per 1000 feet will be levied on Canadian sawed lumber entering the United States It Is said that the measure is intended as a reprisal for the action of the Provincial governments of Ontario and Quebec In placing an embargo on thu export of pulp wcod MASTER MECHANIC KILLED Shot Cy An Unknown Person While in a Private Car Conrco Tex Nov 1iAt Wauke an a sawmill town east of here Plaster Mechanic C W Tate of the Gulf Colorado Santa Fc was shot to death Sunday morning Ho was In the private car of Roa master Maxson when the shot was fired through the rear of lha car the bullet striking Mr Tate in the forehead Ills home was it Clobmne where he loaves a widow and children On circumstantial evi dence Sheriff Anderson has arrested Tom Ft troll a freight conductor Probable Suicide Pocntelo Ida Nov 17 Attorney R G Sneed who last summer made in attempt to kill II V Platt agent for the Oregon Short Line at tots place died here Sunday from the ef ects of morphine hypodermically in iccted Circumstances Indicate sui Idal Mtont hue Funeral of Liu Kun Y Shanghai Nov iThe funeral ot Liu Kun V the famous viceroy of Nan dn whh took place at Nankin was he occasion for unprecedented dens onstrations of respect on the part ot the foreign representatives in that lty Switchmens Wages Raised Cleveland 0 Nov I7The Lake hore road poster notices Monday an jouncing an advance of ten per cent n the wages of switchmen along the + ntlre fivsteuv U will Offset gbnjit 1 op meu Huh t THE AMERICAN AMY Annual Report of Inspector General Brecklnrldge Washington Nov nThe annual report of Gets J C Brcckinridge in spector general of the army Is a vol uminous document and covers every phase of the military establishment and each department bureau and com mand in the army There is more than fifty recommendations and suggestions relating to improvements in the army most of which pertains to technical matters and minor conditions Much of the report necessarily has been covered in the reports of bureau chiefs and commanding officers General Brecktnridge finds much to commend in all branckes of the service and reports progress and Improvements everywhere The most serious criticism is in re gard to absenteeism where officers anion detached duty leaving the regil meats short of ottUers Thus in the Philippines especially it Is found that many companies are without captains and the companies in command of new and untried oiticers He attributes thl to lack of officers in the army to till the details and detached assignments Gen Hreckinridge shows that instruction in the army is progressing satisfactorily lIe recommends tin fortification of Pearl Harbor In tbt Hawaiian islands as a strategic point He says water transportation in the army is rapidly assuming table and economical methods j jHe has the following to say regard- Ing I his inspection in the Philippines During my tour in the Philllpplned it was evident on all sides that the army as a whole was laboring patient- lyI and faithfully to solve the many vexing problems continually presented to it The iliffic allies encountered and the hardships endured never can b hjnotI hj upon the commissary where one It almost afraid tc take even an ordinary drink of water without ascertaining first whether it has been cooked SHIPWRECKED CREW Hardships of the Survivors of tho Steamer Elingamlte Disaster London Nov 1 iThe Daily Ialre correspondent at Wellington New Zea land telegraphs that the eight sur nrlUIsteamer I nrlUI I I j food on board was two apples The first apple was consumed on Tuesday and the second on Wednesday each being divided into 16 portions From Sunday the day they were wrecked until Thursday when they were rescued the survivors drifted CO miles on the halfsubmerged raft Sev eral attempts were made to land on the Three Kings Islands but without suc cess Three men died on Monday night from drinking salt water All of the survivors suffered the torture of thirst and four other men and the stewardess died of exhaustion before they were picked up by the IPenguin They had a cruel disappointment on Tuesday night A steamer was sighted in the distance and frantic shouts were raised by those on the raft to attract attention The steamer lowered a boat which passed within 50 yards of then 111tsee111t one of till survivors was able to stand and all were terribly emaciated COLLISION IN CHICAGO One Man Killed and a Dozen Persons More or Less Hurt Chicago Nov 1One man was killed and a dozen men women and children more or less seriously injured in a collision Sunday night between a Western avenue electric car and a Chi cage Burlington and Quincy freight train at the Eighteenth street crossing The motor and trailer which made up the electric train was crowded with passengers and It seems a miracle that FO many escaped instant death A mil take of the flagman at the crossing was lesponslble for the accident Tho flagman and men in charge of the street car have hetn placed tinder ar rCf1t Suicided By Shooting Dawson Ua Nov 17 Livoysler ILamar a merchant of this plate aged C7 and related to the Lamar family of Georgia committed suicide Sunday night by shouting himself with a pistol on a railroad track and allowing a train to run over his body During the evening he entered the Methodist church and bade the pastor goodbye telling him he hoped he would not bo permitted to speak ill of him On Leave of Absence Copenhagen Nov 17 Ambasmdor Juserand and his wife who iis an American left for Paris where they intend to spend the New Year They will proceed thence to Washington where they expect to arrive in January Granted Increase of Pay Denver Col Nov lUnder an agreement reached the men employed as switchmen In tho various ylirl13ot tho Rio Grande system arc grafted an Increase In pay based on tlf nijkgg rhetjulo fe ently eaopladt rtt i SHOT AT KING LEOPOLD Attempt to Assassinate the Ruler of Belgium The WouldBe Assassin is An Italian Anarchist Named Gennerro Rubl no Who Was Arrested The King Was Not Injured Brussels Nov liAr anarchist named Uublno made an attempt to as sassinate Leopold king of Belgium He is an Italian and made the attempt while the king was proceeding to the cathredral to attend a requiem In memory of the late Queen Marie1 Henrietta No one was hurt Uublno stood in front of the bank of Ilrussels on the Rue Hoyale Th other chambers in the revolver proved to be blank The man was immedi ately arrested and the poice hail sonic dilllciilly In rescuing him from the hands of the crowd That Uublno intended to assassinate King Leopold seemed fully established Saturday evening by the prisoners confession to the police The latter at first denied all the reports to the ef feet that the revolver contained ball cartridges or that Itubino was con nected with anarchism Hut they final lyI admitted that the prisoner had con fessed teat he intended to shoot King Leopold and that he had anarchistic beliefsAccording to some reports Itubino in the course of his examination be fore the magistrate declared that ho selected King Leopold for his attack on account of his majestys inhuman conduct towards his daughter Prin cess Stephanie at the time of her mothers deals and he also wished to show to the anarchists in London who doubted his loyalty that while they only talked he acted He would have killed King IEdward he added but for the strong feeling of the English lieu ple In favor of the monarch The ministry of tie interior has es tablished the Identity of the assailant of King Leopold Ills name Is Gen nerro Itubino and he is described in their records as an advanced social istt Ho was condemned to a long term of imprisonment for stealing at Milan in 18SI3 but lie effected his escape to England where lie is supposed to have imbibed his anarchist principles- It appears that Kubino has a brother who is also an anrchist hits father fought with distinction in the Italian war for independence Washington Nov 17Secretary Hay called at the lIel ian legation Sunday to express to the officials there till regret over the attempt on the life of the King of Belgium Saturday and to extend the congratulations of the people of this country over the kings escape from harm THE NATIONAL GRANGE The Establishment of Rural Loan and Trust Companies Advocated Lansing Mich Nov iImpressle exercises were held by the National Grange in Representative hall Sunday in memory of the members of that bodyI who have died in the past year Aaron Jones master of the grange at Sundays session severely scored what he termed the most gigantic of nil monopolies the proposed hankers trust He advocated the establishing of rural loan and trust companies the growth of which In Indiana he says has been phenomena in the last two years BATTLE OF FORT WASHINGTON Services Held in New York Commem orative of the Event New York Nov IIn The Llttla Church at the Old Fort officially known as the Holy Rood Protestant Episcopal Church which Is situated on tie site of the battle of Fort Wash ington services were held Sunday commemorative of the battle Among the societies represented at the services were the Empire State society Sons of the American Revolution the Mary Washington Chapter Daughter of the American Revolution and the American Scenic and Historic Preservation society Various tevolutionary relics dug tip in the vicinity were displayed in the chapter room of the church A 100000 Fire In New York New York Nov iJlro Sunday night completely gutted the buildings at LSi to 292 Graham street Brooklyn hlawIwas first discovered in the boiler room of No 230 welch was occupied partly by lingo Tollncr manufacturer of nov clues and rapidly spread through the other houses Most Northern Railroad Christiania Sweden Nov HWith simple ceremonies the Ofoten railway the most northern road In the world was opened at Narvik The road reaches latitude t 4 degrees and 30 minutes The most northern railway In Russia is In latitude 66 degrees Teacher Committed Suicide New York Nov liDread of being summoned to answer a charge of roughly treaMng one of the children of her class Is supposed to have been the cause of the suicide of Miss Celia 1 Ettlcson a public school teacher Sun day Secretary Wilson III Washington Nor17Secretary Wilson is confined to his home by a severe neuralgic cold which has developed since the recent political cam PUH In whicfl the ercrctwy took an active party I f o t aFraG tf tfte rt tb i ti F n 1 f HUGE One Weighing Pounds Fell at Winchester Ky Winchester Ky Nov iSundarmorniiK Thomas Basket found hurled o the dopti of four inches In a well beaten driveway back of his residence n Main street a stonelike mass cvi iently a meteorite from the great me tear that passed from west to eastward Saturday night brilliantly ilium Bating the country describe the phenomenon as a great ball of lire cleaving the air with a roar like distant tluniier and tearing it its wake n trail cf flame showing hrllI Munily all the hues of the rainbow When apparently immediately over Mie city nail about 300 feet from the earn the meteor burst with a blind ing flash followed by a loud detonation When Mr Basket found the me teorite Sunday morning it was ttlll too hot to be handled with the naked Lands mind it was several hours before it cooled sufficiently to be taken up The form of the mass resembles a large pitcaer It stands 10 inches high measures 11 inches through Bt the base C Iiches across at the top and weighs 2tf pounds A streak in th meteorite diagonally across shows traces of molten metal IN John Sloan Was Shot and Killed By James Pratt in a Hotel Somerset Ky Nov liJohn Sloan an old rftizen of this county was shot and killed by lames Pratt of Whiiley I iountv at the Colyer hotel early Sun I Soin telling him to turn over This angered the old man and he advanced on Pratt according to the statement of other men in the room with a knife In his hand Pratt drew a revolver from under his pillow and after warn ing Sloan fired killing him Instantly VICTIM OF Mrs Abell Shot Herself Through the Heart at Her Home Hardstown Ky Nov tIIiMrsA- bell wife of Edward Abell shot herself through the heart at her home at loX creek at S oclock Thursday morn ing dying 15 minutes later Mrs Abell was Injured In a runaway acci dent about five years ago stnce which time she has suffered from melan cholia She was a daughter of Jordan Hall of the Hardstown iectric light plant and was about 26 years old Arlund Changed His Mind Louisville Ky Nov HPeter Ar lund appeared at tho Crescent bath house Thursday night He had previously been wita convivial friends and announced that he was going to St Louis Friday night to force Col Moses Wetmore to fight a duel or to be denounced ns a coward leaving the tiatbnouso some hours later Arlund told a reporter the incident was closed unless Wetmore accepted the chal lenge- A h Close Shave Inez Ky Nov liIn a drunken brawl at Sand Gut tunnel on the N W railroad John Henry Haisden and Mat Colier engaged In a scrap In which Balsden shot Colier througa the abdomen Uaisdens soninlaw inter fered to separate then and it is said Baisden fired on him cutting off a piece of his right ear and a lock of hair Colier la said to be in a dying condition Paymasters Appointed Frankfort ivy Nov liGO neck ham has made the following appointments of paymasters to pay out the t I j money recently collected due IuIj lucky volunteers First Second and j Third regiments United States army I MaJ Embry Allen and Capt C W Longmlre Lexington Gen David R Murray Col Percy Haly and Lieut Mervin Shelby vllle Ky Nov HThe an nual meeting of the directors of theII iventucky home for aged and infirm masons was hell here The following officers were elected for the ensuing year President Judge Howard French of Mt Sterling vice presl tcnt John M1 Ramsey of Owingsvllle treasurer Frank Johnson of Frank fort Meteor Passed Over Paris Paris Ky Nov HAbout fi43 oclock Saturday night a large meteor passed over this city passing from I north to east and lighting up the hear I ens with a bright glow making everything as bright as day Many who I saw It supposed it to be a flash of lightning Meteor at Erlanger Erlanger Ky Nov lAhout 7f oclock Saturday evening a meteor was seen shooting through the air about meteor burst making a report that could be heard for severalI miles Caleb Powers Is Hopeful Louisville Ky Nov ISCaleb Pow ere anticipating a reversal of his casej by the court of appeals and a thirdI I trial baa sent letters to Jn this state asking them I V ar 3 SN S S SS S SSt i ii i I I d I The due utter rout name indicates time ru are pad tn You fhoulil I ICMT 10 days before lime Ion Mud wyt sive tsu Iflce county and wlo1 rone ag cr to hv your iildrcss f changed jnj Jn S SSSSS SSSSS CrQFGfo4fFaCFKCt t rGiKCAFik4t rtv OJALL OVER THE STATE i n RITEITwentyEight Eyewitnesses SELFDEFENSE Injttx MELANCHOLIA superintendent ParrentFrankfortOfficers raipldlty arilitllnce bletrfCiDkI wiIIIIIII1I iiialItdrath rG3CraGCrG p HANGED TO A TREE Harlan Buckles Sentenced to Life 1mI prisonment Lynched Klizuhctlitown Ky Nov 1 ilIarI- an Buckle who was Saturday sen tensed to life imprisonment for tho murder of Itubt I Hold was hanged by a mob shortly after 2 oclock Sunday morning The mob consist cll of front 30l to 75 men some of whom are sun posed to have tome from lanie sour 1 ty On account of their number they had litle difliculty in getting liucklcs f from the jail He was taken to tho court house and hangedyard to a tree fr after wliirli t 10 mob dispersed Reid was deputy marshal lni at tho time She was Killed i J M MKNIGHT SENTENCED The ExBanker Gets Six Years in thi Penitentiary Louisville Ky Nov IIJ M1 Me Knight former president of the Ger Utah rational hank who was found ruiity in Ithe fedeal court of nitaap irirlating funds of tint institution jiJji which was doted in ISJtJ was lienjtented to six years in the penitentiary on both taunts by Judge Evans Thursday I t The terms are concurrent how itever arid his full time will be six Ii years nils is the fourth sentence that has been passed on McKnight The others were seven five and sit i years Ii OWENSBOROWATERWORKS The City Is Empowered By the Court IiIi- I to Issue Bonds For Its Erectionii Owensboro Ky Nov HJudgo Owen handed down an Important opln ion Thursday in the case of Z T Rob inson et al in which they sought to q enjoin the city from issuing 200000 1 r of bonds to erect a new water Svorl plant Judge Owen held teat the city ordinance giving the population at 15 TS in tune 1900l when the census of 4 tie city was taken was condushIand held that the city was empowered to issue the hundII Brilliant liLexingtoni of great brilliancy feli here at 613 P 4 oclock Saturday evening The weath er bureau reports that it was onsllmI I ed at an altitude of 200 yards when i over the southwestern part of thoIcity The light produced was IntenteII for several seconds and considerable excitement was caused- A Girl Heroine Middlesboro Ky Nov ITho i home of Brand Whit ley an aged farmII er some distance tram Hogan Va destroyed by a forest fire raging on t e KentuckyVirginia border He was itImrnedt about M who rushed in and carried tho old man to safety Poor Hunting Season i Covington IKy Nov 15 Hunters who left at the opening of the present I Ii IIIforj a ning to Uturn in disgust with but few birds and cottontails The continued f warm dry weather has thus far mado i this the poorest hunting season iniyears II The Railroad ExtensioniI i Marking Ky Nov 1ILSurveyors- on I j the new line of railroad the Sandy t1 Valley Elkhorn running from Pikeii rule via the famous Elkhorn creel coal belt and Maykiug and WhitesII j burg in Uis county have just com pleted the route and 11011 hands will he put to work on November 20 A Murder Verdict Covington Ky Nov 15 Coroner ii ijj Tarvins jury completed its inquest Friday morning on the death of Deputy Sheriff Bodkin The verdict wayii that Hodkin came to his death from a wound in the abdomen made by a pistol hall from a revolver In the hands of Robert Brown Will Take Out Tavern Licenses Paducah Ky Nov HPollce Judge Sanders decided that IL A l igomar sino proprietor of a saloon and cafe had not violated the Sunday law by i serving intoxicating liquors with meals It is said that several saloonkeepers who have restaurants attached to their saloons will take out tavern licenses An Oil Gusher Barboursville Ky Nov 15Theii Miller well No 2 of the Interstate Pcjj troleum Co came in Thursday night and the oil gushed to a height of 15 feet The capacity of the well Is 100 barrels a day 1DeathFrom a Falll + nIyears s DrIS n Caldwell died from the effects of a fall received several days ago Pays Up Back Taxes Newport Ky Nov HClty Audit or Albert Silva received from the Central Railway and Bridge Co a check 5000 for franchise taxes due tho 1ror from that corporation The above the auditor says will fully pay all undisputed taxes to date irAccidental Killing i Newcastle Ky Nov liMann Welch a young farmer was accidentally shot and killed Saturday evening by R boy named Crawford who Is being reared by Mr Welchs father The- two were 4Unt1gg1 i rt r- v M o ilJ j 1I TME HERALD I F SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL CREEN KYt Ii THURSDAY Nov 20 1902 i EOITORIALf ERUPZIONSo I j AmorIicmI dealingoutpunishmentI I i iindeserving doses to tho boodle aldermen 0000 In 1890 the Grand Army of tho Republic hada membership of i onlyiti ilossof 14574 0000 In the last 12 years tho number of workers in tho anthracito mines has increased from 120000 in 1590 I i to 145809 in 1901 or above 15 f fDuring the same period tho num 4nor of men in the bituminous mines has increased from 192204 to 340235 or a little over 77 t 0000 A railroad which is trying to in te est couples who are expecting to take wedding tours before long says the Baltimore American advertises thus Our company does not prohibit kissing on the platforms r and we have more and long railroadF0000 Tho problem of education in the Philippine Islands is proving aI i I hard one because there are three distinct races there the Malayan I with 47 tribes the Indonesian with 10 tribes and the Negrito with 21 tribes making a total of 84 different tribes Thus the prob I i- Pr lem of education in the archipelago is a rather ccmplicated one 0000 j j Dowie is having trouble to keep j his gold now The Chicago pro j j bate court has ordered Rev J A Dowie the head of the Zion colony j to pay back 50000 to thet heirs of Frederick Sutton a New i Zealander who became a Dowieite i and left the money with Dowie I Other claims filed by creditors are embarrassing the Zion community I t 0000t is the con i j etant bodypuard of Miss Helen j Gould One of his special func tions is to keep kodak fiends from taking pictures of Miss Gould j During his long service he has been j arrested several times for smash j ing cameras bnt Miss Gould ofj course always gets him out of the i trouble He is a giant in stature j andweight 0000 There is one question that both Democratic and Republican sena ij tore seem to be pretty near togeth er on That is that the time has arrived when the government should be given power to meet new i conditions such as the ant rocite coal strike Either federalcontrol of trusts or some uniform way for all the states to control them when necessary is what the American people want now j 0000tt p The payment of extortionate I 1 i prices for meat and for fuel in a 1 country teeming with cattle and hogs and underlaid with coal is a1 travesty on liberty and prosperity says the Kansas City Star which forjIfj remonstrance and active protest I 1Itheywould deserve to suffer allof I i i the misery incident to such weak lr andshameful submission The i line must bo drawn somewhere on the encroachments of commercialI I greed and the place has been pretty nearly if not quite j reached Inadvertontly we failed to note change of Louis Gus Straus ad last week As will be seen they are greatly overstocked with overcoats j which means that now is good time to provide youosolf wi aII rs protection against iho severe of the coming winter Prognosti j cators predict a phenomenally fIgI idwinter and a good overcoat ill i icontribute vastly to the comf rt of y the outer maq Call and seeLouis pud Qua when you vistLc ogten 4 r- i LETTER OF CONDOLENCE I Mrs William Lusk Myrtle Point I Oregon Writes to Cheer Mrs F N Day in Her Sorrow MYKTLE POINT OKE Aug 28 Mrs DayMy Dear Friend Ij read your sorrowful letter to Inez and it touched my heart deeply I felt that I would givo much to be able to comfort you But alas 111 j know from sad experience how little help or comfort friends can give in trouble such as yours IThe lines I have written are not what I wish they were but such ias they are they come straight from my heart and so I send them to you tvith my sincere love and sympathy Though our paths in grantjGate Your friend Mug WAI LUST IOlt lIEU SWEET SAKE was young to die So circled round by all that makes life sweet and dear We ask in vain the why We who so loved her and so longed to keep her here Perhaps our lips repeat In words of meek submission Lord thy will be done But evry sad heartbeat Cries olltuGhe hack oh Lord glee back the cherished one We say tis well with her Anti lift our eyes to Heavens blue dome for hope and cheer Alas tis but a blur That greets our vision seen through many a falling tear We will be reconciled We murmur low with heads bowed down and streaming ryes But oh my child my child In accents ot despair the stricken spirit cries Poor mother so heartwrung So sad so sick with longing for a vanish log face For arms that round Inn flung To see her once again in her accustomed place God knows I pity thee Words are too weal to utter all tint I would say But oh if you might sec Beyond the mists the fog the clouds that shroud your way Perhaps you might not grieve But round the mtmrics of her lift to sweet and fair Such happy thoughts cnweave And say How glad I am to know that she is there Afros Lifes troubled sea Upon the other side sate from allstorm and fret My blessed child for thee The star of Peace shines calm and clear no more to set Dear friend of mine we know This Land we journey in will soon be traveled through A little while to go About the tasks our Father sets for us to do A little while to he Just patient cheerful glad to do and bear partImay see Full many another aching bruised and broken heart Go speak a word of cheer IIn some oerclouded home a bit of sun shine wake Dry up the falling tear Do evry day some kindly deed for her sweet sake And oh twill seem as though Hut yesterday you said goodbr with grief so great But yesterday when Lo I With fond embrace your child will meet you at the Gate Sins WM LtSK An Enterprising Former Citizen Breck Amyx who was always considered quite shifty hero at his old home seems to bo keeping up his end of the string in the homo of his adoption A Chanuto Kay paper says of him nightIDecatur where he has been inter eating capital in a new oil enterprise Ho reports himself as being entirely successful and the organi zationof the Elk City Oil and Gas Co The holdings of the company consist of 2000 acres undeveloped land near Elk City The Midland adj ISO they feel confident ofa sure tiling The territory is south of here and can scarcely be spoken of as an extension of the Chanuto field though lola will probably have no such scruple The com pany is capitalized at 1000000 land at present no treasury stock will be put upon the market With the exception of Mr Amyx the promoter no Chanute oil men are interested in the venture the stockholders consisting entirely of Ottawa Illinois and Nebraska capitalists The financial standing of tho company is perfect and devel opment of their holdings will be begun at once Tho Kidneys and the Skin If the kidneys are weak or torpid the skit SanaprilJakldnersandthotOlld11JpurilzLaz Response to Apology and Ex planation Hundreds of people waited with almost breathless suspense for the appearance of THE HEKALD which was absent two long weeks from their homes but its advent last week with abundant apology and explanation made all well People scarcely know how to appreciate a luxury until temporarily deprived of it and we sincerely hope that a i dearthof printers or materials will not again occur in the business department of TUB HEKAIU which for many years hasbeon a bacon light to the people of the moun tains Its newsy columns have cheered them in the gloom of age t and made buoyant the elastic spirit of youth it has been a welcome j visitor tothose seeking an avenue to the outside world and its col IIwithsunshine upon the despondent sorrowful told when the humble family circles around the rustic fireside at the close of the weeks labor it is there and always a wel come guest The editor is a writer of enviable ability and a limitless resource of knowledge His intellect acts as a magnet for choice words and ex pression with the same gravitation I that an oil bottle has on dust Ho can l IIa peculiar arrangement of I words and in the same expression pronounce n benediction or a curse I tho former on tho loyal support j ers of his paper and principles the latter on tho malefactors and ma ligncrsI of his honor and tho victims of his ruthless pun are uncon sciously captivated and secured and made to drink the dregs ofjI bitter calumny or lavish in tho emptiness of fluttery His literary resource is always inviting he can smito tho fount of knowledge and a hundred streams of wisdom burst forth he can meditate on the exi t I disIa I tion is unfolded to him he can j I make bright the path that is cheerless and fathom problems that are I darkand deep and dismal The unending stream of wisdom flowing from his fluent penono to rectify j tho failures of the past the oth ja prevontative of future downfall I movingwith steady impulse will1 always perform with each the high I est purposeOf money is a very desirable luxury in journalism and I when the news sheet is from any reason forced to suspend publication there is a very unpleasant ef I feet produced on the financial feature When the editor is idle money I is not so much idolized but when he resumes business and ex cites tho popular publishers hum thorn is no knowing to what extent the eaglobearer dollar in deified At least we hope that the boun toons benediction of true andman ly support may encourage the editor to noble aspiration and may I his own declining years be a mark1 I of midday to tho prosperity and promiso of his over noble pnperii MACK FRYE I A MAGAZINE 30 YEARS j OLDII i The Christmas December Number of the Delineator IB also the Thirtieth I NumberiTo do justice to this number I whch for beauty and utility touches tho highest mark it would bo I listlofthat in it the best modern writersI repreIsontedI 230 pages with 34 fullpage illustrations of which 20 are in two or more colors The magnitude of I this December number for which 728 tons of paper and six tons of ink have been used may be under I stood from the fact that 91 presses running 14 hours a day have been required to print it the binding I alone of the edition of 915000 copies representing over 20000000 sections which had to be gathered individually by human hands atsnouncementiin THE HEKALD Mrs Deweese Wilgus arrived last week and is i now domiciled in the Cecil house where Eld Adams formerly lived Ladies call and see her and her four interesting little tots WANTEDSay 5000acres COKING COAL LANDS conven iently located for transportation to Columbus Ohio State rock descriptioninbus Ohio 510 f m 41aurifc J TAYLOR DAY CARRIFs IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Shoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware c Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact everything usually found in firstclass store I J E DAY III11 if1 tJ r- NEBYI- I j I I CARRIES A COMFLETK LINK O- FNOTIONSMILLINERY and LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c rAndsells everything so low that tho poorest may buy ICLOTHINC i I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not failto call atonce CS OES thatII jh4ve always sold at 125 and the same proportion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY ROSE wPTHE PEOPLES FRIEND I CHICAGO POST THE I THE HOME PAPER i I Eiery FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post I ETBH LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post PostrEiery GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago P- ostMARKET THE GREAT NEWSPAPER THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Subscribe through your commission firm newideaie publisher of ncwspa It per COD 1nln thIs ttvertlwmeat Sampto copies ftnt tree nt request AllklrtiAS THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III I COUNTY + DIRECTORY HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F PIERATT Judge- J M1 NICKKII Marshall W N NICKKU Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES O MIZK Chairman IW H COUP JOHN D DAVIS JOHN II ROSE IJOIIX II ROSE o ICIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Monday in April and Third Monday i September DAVII B REDWIXE Judge ComnionwealthsAttprneyJ C G HANKS Trustee Jury Fund 0COUNTY COURT First Monday in each month CoubtyJudgeW FRANK STAMPER Sheriff AttorneyJS N Hours Assessor JOHN CREECH Surveyor FRANK SAMPLE Coroner- J W TAULIIEE County Supt o MAGISTRATES COURTS TIME OF HOLDING AND FIRST DISTRICT OlCIAI8J J Magistrate No time set court SECOND DISTRICT JOHN D JR Magistrate S N NORMAN stable Court days First UOSEI I February May August and rngIistrateI FebruaryMay I FOURTH DISTRICT R R LEGo Magistrate WM SPENCER Constable Court days First Friday in March June September and December FIFTH SIxTnJ N CHAMBERS Magistrate in both districts DAVID BANKS Constable Court days Third Friday in February May August and November BOLIXiMarchJuneOLIVERMagistrate time for holding cosrt I I or A yir Time Table in Effect October 19 1902 EAST BOUND NoIISo2 = srATIONS = Daily ex I Sunday 7 i Sunday iIP IAJ1Lye J 25 pun Oi Lexington 01 7 45 am 3 10 pmtflj Winchester vI S 25 aw 3 50 pm 30Clay CuyU 9 13 am J Qt pm aai Stanton 44I 9 3 am t 4 35t IIWa Iat BrldgeliJ J 54 am 4 49 pmSTorrent ti2 10 OS aw 5 11 pm70BeuttyveJeI7Ui09 am- ttIj II pmJOii OiKJuucii 011 2tiun6 15 pWIliJacksoDi11 30 aw BOUNDn I 011JlIlyII i II A-LArrlI jlMArr10 10am Jnirkson imiloarn uiSImSp m 8 ui am J57i StantotrJI571 4 01 Iui 7 47am jifcr 3 47Ity Oj p m 7 LOam iOPIJ EJuncn IwIiIIUIij tm 0 E BRANCH EAST DOtXD 11021Dailex 330 0 =Jackson 0 113 35 6 OAK Junction I G 52J2IIWE BOUND SoII 22 ex Igg 15 ftIOKJuction Cl 2t5 230 2 15 1I1Wilhurst1111I 52 7 35 2S I 7 2C IlIeeII 22 05AMI I11 forCannelKentuckyday Not 1 ando connect at L E Junction j SterlingandpointXos lleaUYilleJunctionexcept Sunday YnagerCRASSCOn I T K MORGAN S P A e zo PILLS 1 i L tr t 11ori X Il JYO S LEWIS IIYLTON Lyons w Hylton z DEALERS IK General Merchandise bMAYTOWN KENTUCKY 1 TQTAVING demonstrated that THEY SELL GOODS CHEAPER i JCjJs THAN ANYBOEY invite tho people of Hazel Grhen and vicinity to call and inspect their stock and learn prices Wb realizje that this sounds like U C Trying Coals to Newcastle On tIe other hand Tho Proof of the Pudding is in Chewing tho Bag atjd if you will only give us the cha ice we will make you a satisfied customer II F PIERATT H C QUICKSALL H F PIERATsCO DEALERS IN oooeeooooo00 I I I I CD I hlloloooU Joooooooooo 001 I coco 0 IIGeneralMerchandisel M OOOI I Hue 00 OC CD 01 ao 00 0 00 00 00 0 Live t- Cotiikand 1 i IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe and reliable way to t o business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDI1 Very spectfully Hj F P 1 ERATT GO 1 r t9- P iGi f It All parties now indebted to me 4 1 shoal call aijid settle or there will ft l AHOT TIME IX THE OLD TOW TODAY as am deter 4 mice to wind up all n outstanding b smessf Thanki ig you for 4 I past iutronaje and n ore especi ally if you hill pay lie for my j goods you hake consu ed I remain respectfully 44- H F PIERATT lf CECIL BROS Staple Fancy Grocers Stock anti Sell Low for CASH the following goods 25c PEACH LEAF LARD 15c per pound SUGAR Me to CJc per pound CAUOVA COFFEE best in 12Jc BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c for 25c KRAUT pound can lOco CORN JOc per can PEAS cans 2oc HARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WAREc Ac Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of W T HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise t and Country Produce sow os HAND A LARGE HAS well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS cc JSSFln fact everything usually kept in a firstclass general store Call and examine his stuck and hear his prices will treat you nicely HeII ROSE DUNNING PRACTIC- ALBLACKSMrTHS I I j I AND I WAGONMAKERS I HAZEL GREEN KY IImHe the the im vil RESTORED MANHOOD bo jarJELLII GASKEY proved facilities for blackamitbing and wagonmaking as II well aa repair work of all kindsImechanicsinsuresall work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties patronage is re appreciated I ROSE DUNNING i v i s i DRMOT7NEBTEHP = x c 4 t t oeo 11 a wA f 173 NB Irf J Is Have in town 2 us Your OLD FATHER TIME Has made remarkable changes in the manufacture of WATCHES AND CLOCKS 11ecurrya line of Newest Designs and latest improved timepieces PRICES RANGE FROM- I SflB to 5500 UDW8Ial Remember us when you bny PRESENTI 1 FRED J HEINTZ- East Main Street Opposite Phumix Hotel LEXINGTON KY TREES TREESI TREESI THE MILLION IBY Ornamental Grape Fruits Asparagus Shrubs and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We em ploy no agents but sell direct applicationBoth HaF HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY J2JJUtT W sift BlHcprUted at NJSSALBks i Fb O r it r f fIto ftE mERALD Disfigured Skin Wasted nmTlos aid decaying bones what hivu ccrofun let alolr1is rapalile of all that and morl it is nnvtily marked hp bunches InI the nick mflrimmirthwM in llw eyes dy ttilllrilIItptftcured b- yHoods l III Sarsaparilla Which rthIN all imiiMr + otirrs nil ertp tlonills qr Ithe WhIt stlIII1 WbiThT T ill ythad r rrlhU1f amt =IJ al t y N Ipl n a3I yAla4rlltL u A X mark shows that your time is op and unless you renew at once you lilY not set the paper next week Courtney McGtiiro of CnYCity I is visiting his aunt Mrs Liz ioI i RoseMiss Margaret Su volt of JnCk1 son is the guest of Missl Carrio LIjI Bose Mrs Ova Swango of Jackson is visiting her sisterinlaw MrsJolin M Rose R JMeLin returned Wednesday evening from a visit to Virginia andother p01UtSi LeXing1tonmeantime send thorn an lrdurIJohn C M Day of iis visiting his brother Day for thi first time in TalorI ozig scaling Salt IIITCHINGi cuntl lir Iloinls SHI la patillathe irrvat tiiMNiitallvilI ivinwlv for every kinttofI SKIN DISEASE Will Clark jitfs to Heloclmwa every Wednesday niterjioou nd1 will be glad to brim express for alii who may have goods thoie I Howard tampor of Campton was her Wedm tlay for several hours and left in tho afternoon i for Jackson where the Ureathitt circuit courtiij iu session I I Sheriff WMM t McCurti of Win chpster iuii Ju ia Parsley of the county c areare bird hunting iu thin jjh rhotdt with heudi quarter nt portion 5wmgusI j For toraiilntott repenldeslretaalyfrHIadtiiuuvplrwinttotakewtdpwla4anru c- ohl by i U Stsrtler ltrly Creek W Waogo Aiitytown IIvy John II Rosin aid his partner Mr Dtnuiinjr started yesterday to Cincinnau whore they will attend the Tristat Harness Yohiclo and Implement Exposition for several j days For 2c m stamps you can get a j free trial of Wilsons Tobacco Cure Has cured thousands Com WILSON 730y Calvert TexasII j The littlo poem Farewell to Hazel Green was written by tho printer who helped us out for two weeks John F Hart of Coving ton and is an earnest of his im j prcesion of the town which ho was indeed loth to leaver r noted healer in town Moun tain Herb Salvo cures cuts burns totter chapped hands otc and is guaranteed to cure or no pay For Bale by T Gordon Wells Hnzol Green Ky Read tho tonsorial card of Goo Dyer and when you need a shave haircut or shampoo give him a call He manipulates you like a city barker and you are sure to feel that it WItS good to kayo boiii there Did you see the bright light last r Saturday night A general mete uric shower was witnessed all over 1 the country and the city papers l speak 00 the phenomenon as tho coming of tho konids which have bet a due for three years ij Mrs Lou Day an account of a whose misfortune wo published in r r last weeks issue is rapidly mend ing and will soon ho on her feet1 again to the great gratification of her many fritndg In tho mean to time th Day House is maintaining its rcstig of popularity unj der the apt rv isio11 of Mrs Evans CamIprnews that r N Vaughns storehouse t was destroyed b fire about 12 oclock Monday night Tho fire originated in the rear part of the building but whether of acci dent or incendiary was not learned The postoflice building adjoining WeB also burned but all of Uncle atna property was saved and en Sowell is serene Z ax FAKEWKII TO IIAZEL ORKEN Farewell fair trailing homely town Farewell broad mrlltlsllollmerr rills That pour your laughing wters downI licUvtfii the tverlnstlng hills f Xo lovelier spot have beheld rimnlteThrougb clJ Or in Columbias heritage Tis hard indeed agniii intake lioelYgreetThe From our ny wayworn weary feet gOOlIIyeTI May heavVs choice blessings rest for aye On all who dwell withinthy pale J I F nI HALLII On Thursday Thanksgiving Da1yr Surely November everybody 27th 1902II ilyfriendsueighborsuuclesauntsI nieces nephews and all tho childI a81Poarroj I ofj hazel1 Green Academy will bo formally dedicated Every citizen of Hazel Green justjprullschool facilities and every ono will no doubt join heartily in thanksgivings for this with other blessingsII for tho dedication will begin promptly at 10 oclock standard time Several speakers fromUa distance will be here Tho pupils of the academy will furnish tho music and tho yell Miss Sleet tho highly accomplish od music teacher at tho academy will givo several numbers All in1 all tho program will be most excel lentPictures of C W B M oflicers will bo on display and C W BM literature will bo in evidence Tho souvenirs will be A birdseye view of tho town of Hazel Greouj in tho form of a paper weight j which can he had for 15 cents and Ij a beautiful Hazel and Green Card which can be had gratis Tho card will entitlo the holder to tho thanksgiving dinner which will bo served at the old academy Lot every citizen of the town and community vie with each other in well filled baskets for this dinner Tho women who have tho matter in hand suggest that persons bring I moats bread salads pickles ptesij cakes and such like The academy will be open and tho committee will bo ready to receive all baskets c of provisions early Thursday morning Let us all como and rejj joico together WM H CORD Principal Keep It in Your KoIAnd when the bowels fail to ace prop erly take a dose of LYONS LAXATIVB SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on I the kidneys liver nll bowels will keep I four kystem in good working order audjI alike your complexion Sold by J C clearIIW W Swango Academy Notes W O Mizo will speak for the I founders of Hazel Green Academy On Thursday evening tho 27th there will bo an open session of tho I two literary societies Show your Hazel and Green Card at the door if you want some of that thanksgiving dinner President Win Dinwiddio of Loes Institute at Jackson will i have a place on tho days programII C C Smith of bo hero Ho is general agent of the work among the negroes done under the auspices of tho C W B M Elder W L Buchanan of West Liberty will preach at the Chris tian church on Wednesday 20th His theme will be along missionary lines Mrs Helen E Moses will bo here if her dochr will permit it She line not bn well for some time She will be sadly missed if she can- notj come Ibliss Mary Alice Lyons Hiram l j Ohio is ono of tho most earnest and conservative C W B M work ers among Ohios hosts of good women You should hear her speak lOur antebellum friend W CI Pryor of Campton accompanied by T W Puttoff of Goshon John Duncan James Morgan and J W Bennett of Lagrango and Jack Collier of Campton spent Tues day and Wednesday bird hunting ion Grassy They were guests of j FranJtainnUiun Cecil1 respec tive and jointly they request us to Wiank the Messrs Cecil for them st enjoyable outing they have CI joyed in a longtime Courtney Oombs acted as chaperone and a general factotum About 100 was all the birds they bagged but the weather was against them- ManninEaton Wo acknowledge receipt of an invitation to the marriage of Dr Banford Monroe Mannin and Miss Ana Lee Eaton which was cole rated at the Methodist church in Maytown on Wednesday the 19th inst at S oclock p m The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs James A Eaton formerly of Cyn lliinim and a public school teacher ofsome prominence having taught in Harrison county and in this section The groom is also a school teacher and was formerly a valued correspondent of TUB HERALD which wishes them a long life and a merry one Card of Thanks To the many friends and neigh bors of Mrs Kittio Combsof Camp ton who so kindly gave their as sistance during her illness and in our sad bereavement we extend to them our sincere and heartfelt thanks HER SISTERS AND BROTHERS Leslie Combs of Louisville the present state pension agent and recently appointed as minister to Gautomala with Honduras tacked on Judge Ed OMlear of the Court of Appeals oxJudge Ben Wil liams of Franklin county and ex Postmaster Claude Hazetrigg of Mt Sterling comprise a party of bird hunters who are here guests i i of James 11 Cecil KbeuiaaKIDNEYMrs BACKACHE CUREUrtSold by 11 F Pieratt Hazel Green K y George Athey who has been iin the U S army for the past four years is visiting his parents at Campton this week and paidour town a short visit Wednesday He I has been in the Philippines but now at Fort Reno Oklahoma isII has two years to serve from inns Ii Your attention is respectfully I addressed to the ad Reward Reward I W W Swango it Co ofji j Maytown are giving away beauti1 aliiwhoI tho ad and thou go and make per sonal investigation COUNTY NEWS NOTES STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 atItendedSundayIllov Madden and others preach ed at the Trace schoolhouse last SundayDied on the 13th inst tho in fant child of W B Rose and wife of this place James Stamper and wife of tho Stamper Branch were visiting at I Uncle Jeff Roses Sunday Misses Callie and Cordia Tutt of Rocky Branch were the guests I SundayIMiss Sally Tntt has adorned home with a very beautiful herII fWe think Miss Sally will good musician or at least that isII our best wish for herIreIturnedI have been making their homo for the past two years We gladly welcome them back to our midst Died on the 14th inst Mary Ellen Taylor daughter of Squire J M Taylor after a lingering ill ness of 21 months consumption She was interred in tile 1 W Combs buryingground the 15th inst in tho presence ofa host of relatives and friends The funeral services were conducted by Rev Robert Madden and were very el oquent and impressive The fam ily have the sympathy of tho en tire community in their sad be reavemontNov PKESTO LANE LILIES o Mrs Lacy Rodgers was the guest of Mrs Laura Elkins Monday IMrs Melissa Combs went to n on tho 10th to visit rela tives a few days Miss Bertha Samples visited Misses Fanny and Lillie Hurst o Pear Tree Saturday and Sunday Mrs Zorilda Hanks of Vortex has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D C Miller for a few days xN David Miller the prosperous young merchant of Paxton was visiting his parents over Sunday Rev Bro Ponce the new pastor delivered a very interesting sermon Sunday to a very fit tntive audi ence at Elkins Chapel W L Hurst and wife of Camp ton Andy Hurst and Geo Swartz of Boxer passed through our town Tuesday on their way to Frozen Susie Sunbeam of Sunny Side was visiting the Misses Elkins from Friday till Monday Susio always has a good time wherever she goes J W Congleton and CC Hanks of Campton passed through here on their way homo Tuesday even ing from tho Frozen cannol coal mines where they had been on businessLast eek Mrs J M Cock rlianl and two daughters were summoned to the bedside of Mrs Cockerhams mother Aunt Sukey Elkins who was taken ill quito suddenly and after a few days silo died She was 84 years old and leaves a stricken and aged husband and a host of friends and relatives to mourn her loss On last Sunday quite a crowdof young folks assembled at the homo of Isaac Elkins and were royally entertained Music by Miss Zer ilda Sewell who played on the organ and showed herself a master musician accompanied by Lum I Johnson on tho guitar and Miss JEHie Elkins with the harp And if the readers of THE HEKALD had been there theyd have thought orIslorI PLUCKY BILlII +TOfSORIALI + PA RLOR + HAZEL GREEN KY 0Proprietorrut 0HAVING HAIRCUTTING and tonOrialI tomellIIDeweese Wilgus Practical Bricklayer HAZEL GREEN KY experienceHwalls build clues and chimneys set aoythioginmortar and trowel JM Smoky chimney repaired and guaranteed to draw NOTICEI H ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 1 You are hereby notified that on the see and day ot December 1902 I will file a petition with the Hoard of State Penitentiary Commissioners asking a Parole for Hal lard Marker who is now confined in the WolfeIlife fur murder LUClNDA BAlKER November 10 1902 A GOOD FARM II1B SAtI0 II ACRES OF LAND lying I 2 5 on tho waters of Falling Water in Wolfe county Ky 70 AGUES cleared ready for plow A IlogoodIlofrom Hazel Green 8 miles milesII Campton and 3 miles from town Possession March 1 lOOn D7Kfi IN CASH will buy it Q I 0U but it is worth 100- 0jFor further information call or address THE HERALD 5tf Hazel Green Ky aNEW YORK WORLD TlirlccatYeek Fdltlon o The Most Widely Read Newspaper in America 0TIIE has demonstrated that the World stands alone in its class Other papers have imitated its form but none its success This is because it tells all the news all the time and tells it impartially whether that news be political or otherwise It is in fact almost a daily at the price of a weekly and you cannot afford to be with out it Republican and Democrat alike can read the Tbriceaweek World with absolute confidence in its truth In addition to news it publishes first class serial stories and other features suited to the home and fireside The Thricea Week Worlds regular yearfpays papers 50paperandsSTThe regular subscription price of the Just think of it I TWOHUNDRED AND EIGHT PAPERS for only 160 less than three quarters of a cent apiece Mo RewarII ewari a WA2t NEW AND CHEAP GOODS WE WILL KINDLY ASK ONE and all who pays us cash or other pay to call for coupon ticket and receive premiums frpm our large assort ment of 1 DECORATED ij EEN sw RE gotten up especially for the holiday trade Come at once First come first served Also those back number or unthankful fellows are invited and will save us hunting them up as this is onetime we are going after one and all who does not respond and pay for past favors Kespcctfully Ac W W SWANGO A CO Maytown Ky Nov 14 WF BAKER repsEStNrlNc GUGGENHEIMERCOlnir Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VA tSTHeadquarters Mt Sterling Ky- I will be on the road immediately with full line of sample Dry Goods Notions White Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to Inspect my line before placing their orders 45ly IiltaM FOR A SItHtJll gees IIIII BnIHSS I fHONOQftAPHY TJJfWrltJlg TIIIt1Q I id4m WILBUR R SMITH LEXINCTON KY ntprailbUCOyUERCIAL Awarded Hedal at WorM Expodtloa pottlonaOasttloo nook and Bond la tamil stoat fA ShorlhaadTypeWdtingaadTeligraphy8podtltiw13Th rWodKrduaee LlterriCuureefremIfdedreJ Psvetio Eaton Urdaateaco idol olrWILBUR Windtt1d rJinatJtt1 WINCHESTER KY N L WITIIERSPOON President KD IIUNTEIt Cashier Paidup Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Hank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers trailers HUt business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal term within the limits o- legitimatebaukiagI octlSly The COMMERCIAL SCHOOLSw- ant to send you their catalog and circulars If you can not attend one of our schools now WE CAN TEACH YOU Bookkeeping and Shorthand successfully BY MAIL WheelingCharleston ClarksburgWVa TCORDONWELLS HAZEL GREEN KY IE1LEa I- NPilER1llY JllEOIGIE8 And Manufacturer of the Famous 000000000000000000o0000o00oo0Mountain and Mountain Herb Salyeak- g0000044000000d000060000008 JMountain Herb Blood Tonic is guar anteed to cure any disease of the blood and is made from the formula of old Dr Mahal Wells who was well known over all this country The wonderful JAIl ANESE OIL always on hand SFresh SODA POP always on tap ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits tho patronage of tho merchants of the mountains lie also carries a complete line of liclieral PIoronanaiso IiyGOl1Iltrg Pratef Embracing everything usually found in a firstclass country store and the pur chaser may rely always upon getting the very best goods for the least money He invites the people of Wolfe and Morgan to call and see his goods and learn his prices and suggests that it might pay come prepared to take home a load of goods which they will want to bay when they learn prices jD Will meet any legitimate competition bOYIingI 1 i t4 GREAT- OVERCcAT SALE = Owing to th- eContinued L Warm Weather We are BADLY OVERSTOCKED IX OVERCOATS THOUSANDS Of Overcoatsoou MENANDBOYS11 AT COSTAND d Regardless of Cost I = uUlHu Earlya g ana Got DdlydllD Louis Gus Straus e i LEXINGTONS GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE 1 WHEN BUYING WHIS- KEYMEThCfrLUE j i F i i OR TO BE USEDi sii You want good pure whiskey and at times all need whiskey i either to ward oilcolds and pneumonia or to build up the system when from overwork or worry the vitality is below par We have good pure whiskey well distilled from choice grain well aged and matured with special care for 200 225250 PER CALLON and we pack your jug in a nice plain box for shipping so that no one can tell what you are gettingu a nice etched glass and corkscrew free Send us your order aiullct us prove that we mean what we say Remit by Post Office Money order or registered letter to the L- iHAGAN DISTILLING CO Lexington Ky 0 CLARK 5 HOWARD t CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERSf 206208 EMain LEXINGTON KY i Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction IB guaranteed Our largost Ollstoe1s i i i t Talk for us They are so well satisfied themselves that they tell others about the merits of Lexington Beer All who use it agree that it is the best beer j they ever drank So will you i if you give it a trial No beer receives better care in t h e the brewing and bottling 7 BREWING COMPANYSLEXINGTON I W R CRAWFORD t CO Live Stock Commission Merchantstt FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 r 7 ALSO i KYIas l r v4 1 i = iiV = L o I 7 MI THE TEST OF TIME Mrs Clara J Sherbonrne Prpfes sJ elonal Xurse of 257 Cumberland St Iortland Maine says r I heartily wish those who suffer from sonic disturbed action of the kidneys would try Doana Kidney I 1ills They would like me be more than surprised MyI back annoyed II l tlilglII I I epiI I I I Iff j nursing arid when I contracted itI f1 1syself it left me in a very serious condition I could not straighter l r nor do the most trivial net without being in torture The kidneys were I loo active or the secretions were too t opious nnd I knew what was wrong k lint ho v to right it was a mystery It seems odd1 for a professional I I nurse who has had n great deal ofr I experience with medicines to readI p advertisements about Doans Kidney j I Iills in tins newspapers and it may j nppear more singular for me to go to II II Hay it Sons drug store fur j n box Rut I did however nnd hadI nnybody told me before that it wasI IJlusihh to get relief as quickly as I did I would have been loth to heilieve it You can send anyone who g lartillIlnrsgI I I II rdvocate of Doans Kidney Pill Cure Confirmed 5 Years Laterl iiInpeof time has strengthened my good opinion of loa iis IKidneyI liiII first expressed in the spring I IiflSlfi Isaid then that had any liody told me that it wns possible I to get relief as quickly ns I did II I uould line been loth to believe it Years have passed and my continued freedom front kidney complaint has Mrengthened my opinion of Doans i jj Kidney Pills and given me a much l higher appreciation of their merit l A FRii TIMAi of this great kid t1peymedicine which cured Mrs Slier 1 i bourne will be mailed on applied finn to any part of tin lnited States f Address KoMerMilburn Co HtuTnlo II I X Y For sale by all druggists price I r CO cents per box I j i ABSOLUTE t SECURITYI I h Genuine CartersJ Little Liver Pills I I Must Bear Signature ofII H i 4I See FacSImIle Wisppcr Iklow ti I 11 yen auadoa ct y I to take as ro ar- I I I FOR t CARTERS rOR HUDACHEII h1uFOR IIUOUSNESS IIVFR FOR TORPID LIVER PILLS FOR CONSTIPATION I IIFOR SAllOW SKIN i COMPLEXIONiI I I I CURIE SICK HEADACHE I I iIII I I J DROPSYUVeps 1 I kJ rrr IIr U U EUS sOS g Q tlHr ij j A TRULY GREAT IDEA Dtrllllnnt SnRRritlon for the luproYe mrot of the Ft RfcInK Game of FoolUall The apporl ra of football are asem bled in convention says the Baltimore Amcricm 8pokrmanIjI I j something mut to est to the game I rcret to acknowledge that in recent jfars despite our efforts to wound maim and kill the sport ha OH milled in public favor Xo doubt lhn iit bcrau of the imreae in the number of wars and the fumilijrity of the public with injuries from that caue alo lie cause of the growth of the automobile fail Hence as IIcay we must do some j gameThei litre 1 shaggy haired man arose in the i car of the ball and begged for a lear nlJ Jentlriuen he said I reprosrnt the lii n Amcriciin suiietty of atiirchy and 1laprItfilled with dynamite m trad of air it would Hut the rest of bi remark were aim ply driivnnl HI a furious explosion of iliad applause A Ilixulril llnnveirlfe Hello called Mr Ionkrrn over the 1r ole i tai Mr Sellems grocery Vf 4 lila Sill VIIyou fulliII me a eukolr I uinitaLin IrYt you or der omc more I dont know Youll bare to tnd some one down nuitters 1iiput one nke on hlli ant tie other inI IIIuUllulofuJI the pudding panlaltimore Americap- OiMiortiinlliv ninl llnilneiu Dinnce I Never were greater or more attractive than now in the brett Suiuliuvt t Mi lIritna Indian Territory Oklaiiuma I and Texa Iioure rsliinesl IKt Louis u leat One Syuipinni- KinI Father Mibar if you want 10I uolhlrtDiughter Aie jou sure of that pa T Ymrle I1I been bfrrowinff ironey of him 1r ix niMitii and Milll Lit StOfilIStop flip roach nromoClIji s ere fortheI He Oi it cant be Ie Tom Lipton ays hnllu over again to lift thiScup YenLrr Nalcman Any nun said the olmn 11130S siouill hesitate to lie under any circuan t Slice Yt wi the emphatic reo sjnie of tie man witi tiie Imllct heal at I ItL long vntHigj to make it soundf iiraight suit to avudiuL3tJLe1nd24a S IIrull XCL The best way to cure indirection iis tore move its cause This iis lnt done hv the IbmII lfloan Kiid nile Wion wan trillin toI work a hIahJas he expectsI hit mule to work tar wouldnt IN niah MI much c inplainiu in di wail VasS icgttm Siar Cure the coupiii and save the life Dr Voii1 Norway Pint yriq cure vtiusii4 auIltohhs duixn to the very Verge off tou umntiou heIoki a yomiK a he thinks she looktIIIln I In11 Kinjuirer Ten thousand demon gnawing away atone vitals couldnt be much worse than tie tortures of itching piles Yet theres- a cute Doses Ointment never fails Men are valued liy others in about the vitluationlIons iiuhIildCi Samuel Ocean Urove N Jt Feb 17 lIUO The Tie ii5 not always for thswift nr the money for the man who has a shag t tip Judge You enn do setir dyeinjI in IialfIIn hour with Putnam I Idfks Dye A bank account is I ie greiset Iloor aver X Yo lleraTJ a CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA hOC COlOn cOY NCW YOII CITY fi I 11PainI TMEXICAN14Ei STAN LINIMENT II IN TUE UOUr- eYEARSFor SIX It bas Proved tbe- MENTr bEST for MAN or BEAST I a0L- LTww Ij 4 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL lesion In the International Serlei for November 23 1OOS Gideon and the Three Hundred THE LESSON TEXT Judgri 718 1 Then Jerubbaal who IIs Glifeon and all the people that were with him rose up early and pitched betide the well of Jlarod io that the host of the Jlldmnltes were on the north side of them by the lull of Moreh IIn the valley 2 Mid tile Lord said unto Gideon The people that are with thee are too many for me to she the Mldlanlte Into their hares let Israel vaunt themselves against Me saylrR MInt own hand hutb saved me 3 Now therefore go to proclaim In the ears of the people saying Whosotver U fearful and afralt let him return aOl de part cirly from mount GlleaiJ Anil there returned uf the people twenty and two thousand1 ard there remained ten thou sand 4 And the Lord salil unto Gideon The people are yet too many brinK them down unto the water ard I will try them fur thee there ant It shall lie that of whom I ay unto theo This hall go with this the same shall go with thee and of whom softer I say unto thee This shall not go with tlite tIle same shall not goo So he brought down the people unto the water ard the Lord said unto Gideon Every one that lappeth of the water WI hi his tongue as a dog lappeth him hiltthou set by himself likewise every ore that limveth cown upon hU knees to drink 6 And the number of them that lappeil putting their hand to their mouth were three huriired men but all the rest of the people bowed down upon their knees drink water maF 7 And the Lord said unto Gideon fly the three III1r rfd men that IPlItt wilt I save sluicehtndman unto his placeutheIrhandthe ret of Israel liandmenamitltthe host of ilidiar was beneath him in the valley G0Ifl5N TKXTU U helter lo Inmt In Ihe Iiird than to put cimtlilriire IIn uuiuauiI 1 1HM OlTLlNE OK SCR11 TUHE SECTION Gideons callJilice g 7UiuTIMED O VZA and I49oarCanaanNOTES AND COMMENTS Cod used Ciileon as He batl used Ithe other judges to teach a ICSMIII o Is rael11ist lesMin was that in loil was the nations help IIt was lilli cult fur the people to learn tthis truth just a it is for nations nowndiivs to grasp it Whenever the people were faithful to Jehovah He protected them from their enemlWhllI they forsook Him they became subject to oppressors The period of the Judges tins been called Israels iron age HulIIC course we read the stories of its Moody devils with horror anti yet tIn here we lincl a gradual moral Icvclopincnt The historian malts the accounts of the early days of His people Itench a powerful religious lesson the samv Ilesson over and user again The chil Iren of Israel do that which iifin the sight of Jehovah He delivers them julia the hands of their enemies HP hears their cries for lIe litreithem and raises up for them these deliverers during whose lives tluy have peace The event of clui liters 55 are selected from a period of perhaps 150 yearsitChapter VI Jives us a picture of the way in which tthe rich farinitigcountry of the rllof Jezreel was continual ly raided in harvest time ltv the Bedouin Arabs from beyond the Tor Ilan They descended upon the lieldsin hordes with their camels Ithe inhab ilant fed before them and liityihlil not leave till the country had been stripped of everything that uulolllitacarried away Famine could be the only result The situation was desperate At such a time as thus the angel messenger of Jehovah appears to tlideon all1 commissions him to rid the land of Ithe Midianite invaders He ik assured of Jehovahs help and blessing without which he could hope to do nothing and the insurance is con firmed ha miracle V 21I IIII se ritiiT Cideon forsakes Baal astirhi1ii and destroys the f tilaltar to the local Itaal There i ia rising of the Mirrounding tribes at hinll 33iiand he iis nssiiredof tictory hiv the miracle of the fleece 3GJO Gideon army now numbered 32 000 men Cut Jehovah wished to do something more important than ridfthe land of the Midianites that day He wanted Ito Iteach the people tthat their ccurily lay not in themselves anJ ttheir might bii in fait Ii fmiluieiia to Hhn Dclivcranof Iby IOU men wruld Certainly be attrUvited to utlssli iiiif the victory had been woo 1by 300 it would have seemed like a purely hu man occurrence anti Gods main ob djiseti pishedJerubbaal Another name for Gideon Whosoever is fearful God was piling to do the work hut lIe wantedt good materialI to work with Twothirds of the army were afraid Hut victory by the 10000 yet remain ing Mould not seem miraculous enough The number must berrduced again At the bronl it was seen that the vast majority bowed down upon their knees to drink Only 30O lapped of Ihe water at a dog Jajpcth yet by Ithis handful of mIll Jehovah eloise tto deliver Israel This miy liars in dicated watchfulness and temperance or nay have been simply an arbitrary device fur reducing the number Those who were rejected took part in the uurMiit 53 24I TALK IN THE GREENROOM An Englishman has invented machine for receiving und registering theater tickets which when once in sorted cannot be abstracted This in sent iiiii will shortly be given 11 trial Some eastern newspaper writers deem matter of public interest that Mascagni the Italian opera composer changes his shirt at the close of each act when acting as conductor Great earnestness characterizes his wielding of the baton and the maestro finds that a rub down and a change of linen at the close of one act help him to en dure the exertion which comes with the next T Charles Hawlrey the English actor wns recently playing in a town in thp north of England Certain rainmak ling effects were intrusted to an old Scotchman known producedpeas in a tin box On the first nigh the peas were not rattled with suffi cient vigor and Hawtrey rushed OTC HereMaci Scotch mistI I louder confound you louder jJ CATARRH THIRTY YEARS The Remarkable Experience of a Prominent StatesmanCongress- man Meekison Gives Peruna a High Endorsement 7Congressman Mccklson of Ohio lIon lail1lIeeklson is well known not only in his own State hut through o thatiftyfifthjority and is tilt arluioivlidffid TeaclM of his party in his section of the State OnlyI one flaw marred tin otherwise complete success of this rising Mates approachonly unconijuered fin Fur thirty years againsthiscame to the rescue He writes ii I have used several bottles of PC runs and I feel greatly benefited there b iiyfeel encouraged to believe that If I use It a short time longer will be fully able to eradicate the disease of thirty years standing David Meekison Membet f CongresssIf you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna writet once to Dr Hartman givimmgn full statement of your ease and he wilt he pleased to giveyou his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartinan President of The Hartinan Sanitarium Columbus Ohio EQUAL TO THE OCCASION An Iiivllnlliui In HiiKliirH Kniiii That Slet with nn Arrrplnnce lii Itlnln ssAnt asso niiifli suniiiielhuti lung izat Kiys the New Ynik Timer to secure all invi ltation uf vluili the 1ulloiYiiig i Ihmbi isnetpIlljtikI pnMnts his c niilimrit to Mi Dali anil utIuesIii the hlaiit P of tier uiiiny at the theater XliimJay evening next andCanHhlctyItlamik i ffnioniiin a Inrne furniture contprn He ittviiJstto a laiiti iriHiitiiiii ut llie Citieliimu ilfiire of the Iii I t311iII 1hi cmiix sign thet i htinliull wild tlie t wits isietl iri jlvrtiili Ito eai the dinux Mgiicil the linns name IS Il IllS lair ivriiwntI Ihuivivrr aplHIjall11le itiiiti ni ini the voting Iihim lcitiittk Nentainetir tillittii ir riv 10 hU invitation Mr Itlank V tii Your favor of fIIIII late lt hand situ oiitrnt noted lIn rilily we theiI1I11f hiriIsiistiuti ititu f sailI alJtlllllt tie guolaI tintinintlettnnaVery CoICibuati I huthat llll titret 1ml fur some time after life was made a liurdfii to lust youni man Even itit iiitatiingkc query Hows husi tliS cullictd to thrive him franticih our Dnlly Trnh to tt nualMlnne npalln via hllnao orUITlIt ern Ilnllivny lieNorthI j lihdthroll 1Itlt I I 1111 tIiclIInclJllalftlI alld1eClIII ItIItKmiikernFifth i Not In I lie TrntVisitor ht lunatic asyliiani Isee you lltfitsl JhrhriugIhiljXCIThe SI Inul CnlrnUnr For HUla MX heel t 111x15 inches of lIItantifulIe iproJiRtioiir in color ol utcl ilraiv liriBs by I5rj on Is now ready for ditubu tiun anti will be mailed on itieipl of tacit 01rircI 1 PacmigetAgemit Dickiiotti hRot mad because I couldnt explain to her sat faction why I loved her more than other girl Philadelphia Pres Utiilds up the systim Istc pure rich blood in the veins nukes men and wom HloodJjitter thebei umieSir W Temple throatIEcleelricL our iL S Oit L1wct twentyfourI Fleeing from i oodeI looperatlOn IXHHHHXI ST JACOBSOIL POSITIVELY CURES Rheumatismg I NeuralgiaBackache BackacheHeadache g Feetache All Bodily Aches AND CONQUERS PAINe Q PRANK ON YOUNG LOVERS Joker at nioomflrld L J Puts Tm on Hrldite CopliiR and Embarrassing Time Kotlotr There is much indignation among tile young residents of the Mnrris neighborhood section of llloomtleld X J over the work of n practical joker who the other night poured tar all along the coping of the stone bridge over the Yuntncaw river The bridge is a favorite trysting place for young people It was warm one night recently and the bridge was filled with young women ami their escorts All went well un til tine of the couples decided to go fur some ice cream As the young man attempted to jump from the coping his hcnd went forward hut till rest of his body re fused to follow lie ttried again anti this ttime Ithere was a ripping sound The young man put his hauls behind him nod made for cover When the young woman trlwl to jump down she found herself also stuck Most of the other couples dis covered that thteyssere also in the same predicament A crowd oath ered and enjoyed the joke This bridge presented a curious appear ance late in the evening with Its bits tt f feminine and inaseuliiie wearing apparel stuck here and there CLAIMS KCCH DISCREDITED Or nrnntlll the hreniIi sprfInler Snr He Stan UIIrtd Ibe- otlautnlllon Iheury Dr inrnuiilt who inoculated him elf with matter from a tliMaclllm i order to disprove Prof Kochs theory tthat it Iis iiiipossibln for human beings Ilo catch tiibercnloiibi from eat tic writes tto the Paris Temps that an examination of pieces of hik skins- hmitla were abstracted likt Thursday by Prof TufhVr has been made at till Pasleiir imttttute anti that a great number of large polynuclear cells characteristic of tuberculous for mation were found IItt is true Dr Ginrnnult says that the presence o f tuberculosis bnccilli has not been discovered lUll he adds that that is gi nerally so in these cases hilt he considered It certain that these bacilli would be found in guinea pis which will inoculated with tat herpor tionsI abstracted from his skin n fort ight hence and that this experiment ill demonstrate nliHilntely the error of Prof Kochs assertions Menu while however Dr Oarnault tays it may he considered thatI lit has already riseth his contention for Iin ordinary rases the evidence obtained mild juv tify a diagnosis of Ituberculosis CLAIM HEART OF BIG CITY llplrn of Daulcl Iesnr Will SOt for rhllnUrlpliln lnnil That U Worth Million Danifl Ppggj heirs claim that a tract of 31 acres in the heart of Phil adelphia belongs tiltthem Several claimants lhat IImliHiuipolis and also iin lebatlon Winchester Noblesvillc and other Indiana towns Others llive in Michigan Colorado and Ohio Millions of dollars are in volved One hundred of the heirs have een called to meet the lust of the month to raise a fund to send legal representatives to Philadelphia to establish their claim to the property Daniel Pegg leased the lands to tthe city of Philadelphia for 99 years This ease expired fuse yours ago and the ilnimants contend that they are en titled Ito possetfeion if thtIland rental for Ithe term of the lease with inter est thereon for the period The lease n recoYd ill Philadelphia provided for he holding in trust of the funds by the municipality of Philadelphia and the reviftim to the heirs at the expira tion of the time- Mlllliuinlrrt of Anirrle There are JsfK millionaires in the nlttvl States New York state having more than any other 1043 Massachu setts 175 ami Illinois SO North Da Iota iis the cnly state that cannot jonst of more than one a Xo Wnniler lie Vts ThuJred Hnslon man sans PerIiatliil the tlivr wy to buy a gtll bricksis s the Chitago KrvirtMIerald lInt li Hc tiak ccascu to be a Yankee cur MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov lo CATTLE Common 3 15 3 25 Butcher steers 4 35 5 10 CALVES Extra 7 75 iMixedSHEEPExtra 3 30 3 40 LAMUS Extra 5 40 l 5 50 LOURspring pat 3 85 4 10 75VNoOATSNo 2 mixed 31 g 3- 2COnNNo2 mixed 4- 7RyENo2 53 56 HAY Ch timothy 14 00 tlt4 25 PORKClear cut 18 00 tLII9 00 Steam til0 87 2 161ChoiceAPPLESFancy 1 75 2 25 POTATOES Per bbl 1 75 TOBACCO New 3 00 11 00 Old 795 16 00 Chicago FLOURWin patent 3 40 3 50 WHEAT No 2 red 73 CORNNo2 mixed 55 OATSNo 2 mixed 29 j RyENo2 41 PORKMess 1G 87u17 00 LARD Steam 10 57210 60 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 45 3 55 WHEAT No 2 red 78 79 j 557iCORNNo2OATSNo2 mixed 3G G 37 RYEWestern tlJ 59 PORKMess 18 00 18 50 LARDSteam 10 80 10 90 Baltimore 7Gi4SouthernCORN No 2 mixed 4p 58 OATSNo 2 mixed 32Yz 33 CATTLEButchers 4 60 5 50 HOGSWestern 7 00 Q 7 20 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 72 63YzOATRNoPORKMess i i7 Oo LARD Steum 10 V6 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 71 CORNNo3 mixed 0 44 OATibN0 a 9xbd 29 9 9 j Tired LArrQIU 1beg A nervous irritable mother often on the ergo of hysterics is unfit to caro for children it ruins a childs disposition and reacts upon herself The trouble Ixtween children and their mothers too often is dno to the fact that the mother has some fenmlo weakness nut she is entirely unfit to hear tills strain upon her nerves that Koverninj a child involves it is impossible for her to do anything calmly Site cannot help it as hr condition is duo to suffering and shattered nerves caused lay mme derangement of the uterine system with backache headache and all kinds of pain anti she is on the vergo of nervous prostration When a mother finds that she cannot IKJ calm nnd quiet with her children she may be sure that her condition needs attent ion and she can not do Iwttt1 than to take Lyilia 12 Piiihliams Vegetable Compound This medicine wilt build up her system strengthen her nerves and enable her to calmly handle a disobedient child without a scene Tho children will soon realize the difference and seeing their mother quiet will themselves become quiet Mrs May Brown of Chicago Illsays catarrh j thuoi imlpnl rrrd DKAH Mia PINRHAM Honor whom honor due and you deserve both tIns thanks youhaveused Lvdia 12 linklinins Com I iiotiiul I would feel rundown nervous and irritable have anyof the and pains which but few women escape and 1 lance found that me once and gave me strength Severrl ladies members our Lit YOUIVegetablef from serious female troubles One i who thought she must tion cured using anything rzi1 t Us world hut Lydia Vegc table and Sanative Wash ei lance hosts of friends in Chicago and V you came visit our city we ueiignt to you honor Gratefully yours Mis Mir ISnovrx Grant Place Chicago ilL How Mrs Pinkham Helped Mrs McKinny Dnn MRS risuiiAM I feel my duty write anti let you know thp good you and your AVpttall Compound arc doing I hind been sickever since my first baby was born and the births of my se ond my doctor as well as myself thought Iiotiil never Jive through it that never come regular rtnl wvn came I terribly I also haul womb and ovarian trouble A friend of my husbands advised him get Lydin Pinkliams Vegetable for me At first I hall faith it but now nothing could induce ras bo without it Menstruation has become rc alr and 1 fe1 Hlc a ncv woman Your medicine a Jodsend suffer lag women I hope this letter will lead others try Lydia E IMnlcIinnl Vegetable Compoiifnd Yours truly Mia MILIIRLU McKutsv Pearl St San Francisco Cal parch 1001 FREE IinDIC VL ADVICE TO WOMEN If there is anything in your case about which you llko special advite write freely to 3frs Piiikliam Addrass is Lynn 3Iass Her advice is free and her advice is always helpful Cl iIt cannot fortlwlth proluce the originall letters and tlnntnreiot 5000FORFEITI I sstcb will prove their absolute c nularncs j ITilla roo Ilnlii M li o TvnnM iuu i s Cnyou better invest 175 forjour entire femijx circle than in years subscription CUTOUTslIsandsentl It onco with 17C anti you wll re dvo FREE l tho Usuos Tho Youths Companion for tho remaln Inn vroolcs IltOJ FREE TIio beautifully IllustratedI Double Jfnmbcrs for Thanks Christinas Yiuurli TTTl TTTT 1jcololSc ciTho Coiajmnlou for than 1i2 weeks 1003n library of tho best i rvuillug for ovory member tho fnmttyTn I TilE YOUTHS COMPANION BOSTON MASS Tn 20 A Month on Everything I You Buy trailingi or staanis for oar a lupage catalosue It youUSCMONTGOMERY WARD CO Chicano 8 REE 1 4J 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