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to lodge Nothing more and when she had said father Amelia Quitnby had played 1er last card her trump She had not called him father since Jerry and John were great brown boys and it had happened Twentyseven years ago Was that Ah the heartbreak mother can hide in S7 years Yhcr abe hu had twin sons laid in her arms tad held them one on one side and out on the other and gazed for long weal flays from one little pink face to thl- Dtberwhen she has watched them tOw out of pinafores into trousers out of childhood into tall splendid strength when she had fed them and patched them and loved them ah to fOfe one oC them theu Mothers know At first she had hoped for a recon rilUtion Year after year at Thanksgiving time she had hoped For oddly enough it was on Thanksgiving day the had married 1hineas Quimby and two years later on the day after that they had laid his twin sons in her arms The day was doubly momentous to her i Only Id hoped so much from this Thanksgiving Amelia Quimby fcourned Why its going to be our Iftieth anniversary youd think a Utter and son would come back to rich other on the golden wedding day It was too soon to hope for it on the utter one but now after all these years voud think I had a right to hope foritr Jerrys folks meant Jerry and his wife and the two grown girls Hut Viistfwlyason her fingers There were so many It took all her fingers but two John JerryalaAnd this year theres the twins Theyd be big enough to come And to think theyre both boys and their Mmes Suddenly the wistful voice ifaJrered and Johns mother cried over the nasts of his little twin sons The pathos of them and of her empty arms Ithatyearned for them broke down her f patient enduranc- eI want themoh I want them I Want Johns little baby boys she eried out aloud lInt there was no one to hear 1hineas had gone away to 0 hadQcDeI That was her only comfort and it had sever been denied her Two sacred tBngs there were in the life of Phineas Quimby and his wife Amelia that hadI sever been violated even by the quar x rtl that long ngo had separated father Ud son The father had never deniedI i the mother the solace of her letters to br boy and never byword or intitna tlon had Amelia Quimby complained ofr IV her husband Today as always she iaalclonly kind words of him There t Ifat no mention of Thanksgiving day T of the disappointment that rankledI fc fc her breast t mefinttI i I JerrjItptenme about their eyes you forgot lrto t My the colorand their hair andI little fists Does little Jerr- 5keep his thumb between his first and TtKcoad fingers when his fist lis shut up i tight r youehlDedi gtWiechildrenup Before it is too late namesJwas an a the oldmesageYour mother isi tJeri If you John It was always there To Jerry the wrote briefly Jerry outMdcandIIIort I i message 10 father in them She missed that it- ehns long tender letterTm half afraid to write she fnBht as she took up her pen Jer fti folks have so many rich friends afroll1tlitli jJPedherpenin the ink and began beganItrwayiIyCr ontliB andllefnePtiag lies quite set upon it You dearI3r iis OUr golden wedding Thanks prille and itstimeyoucamel Think lflsang father and mother 50 years fatheritys heItjlkarlt He youreveyour boy jRt right home quick I want to kiss fr all th ietiers were sealed and then If directed them in her quavery 5 t JUMo hand Jjqt her lAce was Qtlgb L THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of If Jonathan and Ills Continent by Max OKoII SPBNCBR Owner r WcilThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In tthe Kentucky Mountains SIS ways PER IIn Yean advance P = VOL XVIII HAZEL GREEN WOLFECO KY THURSDAY NOVEMBER27 1902 NO 15 I HessetPhIneaswanttoTm havewaiteddont timefortheynnvonthome for so long and I cant wanttonut withhercooked and cooked till neatpantryloadsJerryaclearedthemthe mince alwaysliked molassespudding because they hind lIIAndpilssheI j longagoI she carefullyJerrys anti I themImabi thoughtbuttheboysOnlyIfolks would conic I hoped till the last minuteIt the last minute now and mother had setthetihehadquitepaleI ofJerrysthembutaway unex pectedly and would not be hack much before dinner time One of the neighbors had needed him I Somewhere down the road sounded I the rumble of stage wheels and j t stoodtj on listening It was such PHINEAS STOOD THE OLD a pity jerry s folks had had to come I up in tha stage it was turning into the lane It was almost here She must go to the door and meet hem A strange girlish shyness swept over the little old figure and two spots of pink color bios somed in her wrinkled The tumble ceased confusion of voices greeted mothers ear sweet shrill little voices with the bubble of laughter running through them And then fbove them nil a mans deep voice called Mother Mother where are you What did it all mean for it was Johns voice call ing It was Johns wife getting out of the stage and Johns little chil dren chattering and bubbling Johns found herself at the door in the midst of them all and her wonder and faint dismay were drowned in the sweetness and joyof their coming and the warm ruin of their kisses on her face There were so many little voices in her eat so many little arms around htr neck And John was therea big bearded John with little Johns love in his voice There was no room for dismay at nil only joy It was later uhen the mystery had cleared itself awayand it was almost time for Phineas to come that the dismay came Lack Dear land what would Phineai ray- Mother stole away by herself and looked things in the face She had not told John that It was all a mis take und that his letter had gone to Jerry nnd Jerrys invitation come to him It was all clear enough now to mother but she had not told John How could she In u moment the joy waa overwhelmed in the utter dismay For Phineas would be home soon very must be done The lit tle children if the father shouldsee Johns children would they not plead for him No waitthe babies Johns tiny twin sons Mother laughed aloud with delight of the in spiration She hurried up to the lumberroom over the woodshed and pulled down the old cradle that Phineas hud out long ngo to keep baby toes from meeting when Jerry lay at one end and little John at the ether It was heay but what did mother care The strength of ton slender old women animated her as she tugged and pull it down Now the pillows and the little old logcabin quilt As If she did not know Sic ar ranged hem with ea er fingers anti pulled Ahe cradle Into the kitchen for fawier would come in at the kitch en dcfcr Then mother weat back to John folks I want the babies John give me them both fur a little while she aw ullP dont you grot durr o t J01I tWnV dot know low to take tmre of little twin sonsT She carried them both at ono is the old way A little head lay warm against each arm There was not a moment to lose if her plan was to succeed and she went away swiftly with her precious load out to the kitchen straight to the little old era dIe There was time to deposit the babies one at each end on the soft little pillows and to draw the logcabin quilt snugly up under each tiny pink chin There was n minute or two even to jog the cradle a few times and then mother heard the creak of Phineas wagon wheels She stole softly away and left Johns babies to do their work lipsjits in Thy Book Lord Let Johns little children lead father back to John the prayed silently Theiexpected anti it fretted him assistance was all right enough but on Day cominghUlllemost till dinnertime willIJerI the house to the barn his mind in mighthavethe parlor had for thoteI up and given his dinner of oats and cloversweet hay Phineas Quimby strode into the house A frown was on his face Being Phineas Quimby this interference with his plans an I QLIilBT STILL OVER CRADLE Harkycs checksIA folksMother soon- Something long pieced d w TibsewereI I timeyellowed Neighborly Thanksgiving windowmother noyed him greatlyI Jerrys folks I were not plain farmer folks They would hardly understand this what What was tile old cradle on the kitch en floor for And little Jerry and lit tie John in it Ihincas Quimby stood still over the old cradle and gazed down into it in helpless bewilderment hind he lost his wits or had the years roiled from his bent old shoulders anti left andIlltraiglttWas he young again Were the old age and the loneliness and the heart break in his stubborn old soulI only a bad dream Anti he was young I bohIcid drowse antI one of them flung t out a lusty little fist and opened a JohnIfl1heJIstoopelllaid his grizzled head against it in t the old old way Mother found him 180 Father father she cried from doorway All her soul was in her eager oldoice Hush dont speak mother dont wake me up Ive got little John in my arms In the quiet kitchen there was only the sound of babycrooning then Mother had lifted little Jerry and was crcdling Mm in her own arms The noon sunshne lighted all their faces young and old It was father who spoke first ater awhile Dont tell me mother I know alt about It he said quietly I know we aint grown yojng again anti found our baby boys It was unlaminute I half believed thatIcome in so sudden and found tiem in the old cradle with the old quilt ever em Ive got mywits back now and I know all about it This is Johns baby Ive got here and Johns baby over there in your arms Theyre Johns twin babiesdid you think I never hunted up Johns letters to you throughIof allof Johns little shavers by heart mother Here you may have em both Ive got to gIwantJohn Here I am father Im here And it was John standing there in the door and father striding toward him with his hands out Anl it was mother with her arms full of Johns babies who hovered over them both with unspeakable thanksgiving in her heartCountry Gentleman Strength of a Lo cloth A railroad engine may be roughly saM to I couit in furagth tq hqiiM r y t- t I KRUPP DIED SUDDENLY Great linn Maker Taken Off By a Stroke of Apoplexy The Funeral Has Been Fixed For Wed nesdayMrs Krupp Was Brought From Jena to Easen in a Special Train Berlin Nov 2tHerr Krupp tho great gunmaker and the wealthiest man in Germany died suddenly from apoplexy Saturday at his villa In lute guelModerate estimates of tho fortuna of the deceased place it at 1125000000 and his annual income during his re cent years of prosperity at 10000000 The first assumption that Herr Krupp committed suicide Is yielding to precise and abundant testimony fn the contrary Prof fiinswanner a pity sician of the highest reputation wiu In the apartment adjoining Herr Krupp sleeping room when he wax stricken on Saturday morning and Dr Pahl Herr Knipps family doctor also was in the house They summoned several other physicians antI it Is re garded as being beyond belief that all of them should have connived at a concealment of the cause of death which they ascribed to a stroke ol apoplexy Induced they add unofficial Iy by mental excitement from which Herr Krupp was suffering Herr Krtipps medical history for several years past Indicates that he was In delicate health He was asth matic had a weak heart and was subject to tainting spells Ho fell to the ground unconscious while In Genoa several years ago and again while at dinner at a hotel here 18 months ago lie had been warned to avoid over fo tigue and worry He was at Hamburg Thursday last and at the Hamburger Hof it was observed that he was in a highly nervous condition and scarcely in control of himself His condition accounted for the presence of two phy slclana In the house at the time of ha death one of them being Prof Bins wangerMrs Krupp was sent for from Jena She is suffering from a nervous mal ady hut was brought to Essen in n special train arriving there Sunday morning The funeral has been fixed for Wednesday Chancellor von Hue low all the ministers sail a great num her of other officials following the example of the emperor have telegraph ed their condolences to the widow Herr Krupps father started the sys tem of modern dwellings for the work- Ing man as a matter of expediency and Herr Krupp himself appears to have developed them from conviction and In accordance with his ideals liej owned 5469 dwellings each to what ever group it belonged being con structed with variations in the archi tecture to avoid monotony Each house had a front yard in which were bits of ornamental gardening the out- Ride coloring and the interior decora tion gave a certain aesthetic unity while there was plenty of space anJ lightHerr Krupp had also a variety ol institutions some of them rather sin gular such as Bachelors homes and Widowers retreats Besides convt lescent hospitals anti orphanages he had a pension fund for his employee amounting to 4123000 He contrib uted last year as required by law 372000 to the national insurant fund and gave voluntarily 4080000 to other Insurance funds Notwithstand ing his benevolent Interests he was an autocrat in the management of hit concerns CHOSEN FOR ANOTHER TERM The Officers of the American Federation of Labor ReElected New Orleans Nov 4The follows Ing officers were elected by the Amer lean Federation of Labor Without ex ception they are holdovers from last year the fraternal delegates not being classed as officers President Samuel Gompers first vice president James Duncan second vice president John Mitchell third vice president James OConnell fourth vice president Mai Morris fifth vice president Thomas L Kidd sixth vice president Dennis A Hayes treasurer John B Lennon secretary Frank Morrison fraternal delegates to the next labor convention of Great Britain Max S Hayes an1 Martin Lawler fraternal delegate to Canada John Coleman John Dillon III Chicago Nov tJohn Dillon the wellknown Irish leader who came to Chicago to address a meeting hen Sunday night in celebration of the Manchester martyrs anniversary was taken suddenly ill Sunday and was unable to appear at the meeting While driving Sunday Mr Dillon suffered a chill which was followed by a high fever Sunday night His temperature was 104 The attending phy sician gave out the information that while Mr Dillon is not seriously 111 he will be confined to his room for several days- Relative of Robert Emmet Dead New York Nov 24Richard Stock ton Emmet aged 62 years died Sunday at his home in New Rochelle Mr Emmet was related to the family ol Robert Emmet the Irish patriot HI was one of tae oldest active members of the New York bar Brother of Carrie Nation Dead Kansas City Mo Nov 2tJ V Moore aged 74 a wellknown llvn stock commission man and brother pf Carrie Nutlou the reformer led at Juaxttesee PEACE IS RESTORED The Long Revolution In Colombja IIs About Ended Panama Nov 22Consul General Gtidger landed from the Wisconsin at 4I oclock Friday afternoon bringing the news that a treaty of peace has been signed Friday afternoon by the revolutionary general Herrera and the government commissioners The principal points in the treaty of peace which has now been signed by Minister of State Perdomo sped flea that Gen Herrera shall hand over to the government the entire revolu tlonary fleet consisting of the gunboats Padilla Darien Gaeten and Hoy aca All the war elements of the insurgent arises in the provinces of Cauca and Panama and the arms anti ammunition captured at Agua Dulcc are also to be surrendered The gov ernment will pay the sum necessary to return the soldiers of the revolution to their homes Once peace has been declared tic Colombian congress will decide re gardlng the laws for the Panama canal and the elections and also the paper money question as this Is the wlsli of the president and of the whole na tionPanama Nov 4The Star and Herald says that at the conference on hoard the Wisconsin a distinguished- son of Uncle Sam Rr Adm Silas Ca sey acted as a medIator and peacemaker which conduct it remarks re fleets great credit on a nation whose motives for doing good are too fre quently disparaged Adm Casey in a brilliant speech ex tended to the negotiators his heartfelt goodI wishes highly praisingtaem for their judgment and patriotism and their arrangement of such an extreme- lyI delicate matter Gen Cobas chIef minister of State Perdomos staff who spoke In good English made an cia quent reply to this speech anti In the name of Colombia thanked ths gallant admiral for the hospitality and atten tion the negotiators had received on board his flagship anti also for his gen erous intervention in the arrangement to luring about peace In that zone of Colombian territory Troops already are being sent away Nearly one thousand men left Sunday night for Barranquilla As soon as tlu revolutionary gunboat Pad1110 arrives here the troops in the Cancan province will be sent to Buenta Ventura on thc bay of Choco Gen Herrera and his secretaries have arrived at Agua Dulce accom panied by a government commission er bringing the news of the conclusion ot peace to the gunboat Bogota in order to prevent a tight with the Padilla should they meet Gen Salazar The governor of Panama has set all politi cal prisoners at liberty CHOLERA IS SPREADING Quarantine Increases the Suffering Among the Moro Towns Manila Nov 4The cholera Is Fpreading among the Moro tribes on the west coast of Mindanao and there is murh destitution among the pee pIp Quarantine increases the sill fering by stopping work and the move ment of supplies Gen Davis has tel egraphed to Gen Sumner directing the distribution of food supplies to the sufferers in the infected anti quaran tuned towns The disease Is disappear ing from this city DYNAMITE OUTRAGE A Saloon In Mahanoy City Pa Wreck ed Early Sunday Morning Mahanoy City Pa Nov 24The most destructive dynamiting outrage tnat has occurred in the coal regions since the strike began was perpetrated here at 5 oclock Sunday morning The dynamite with fuse attached was placed on the bar of the saloon of Christopher Portland The front part of the building was blown across the street and the adjoining buildings on either side were badly wrecked Windows were broken in every house in the square Portland and the other members of the family were sleeping on the third floor anti escaped serious injury al though all were thrown from their beds Portlands two sons are non union men and worked during the strike A Break For Liberty Knoxville Tenn Nov 24WhIle one prisoner held the jailer six others escaped from jail at Dandridge Tenn late Sunday night John Perry was the man who seized Jailer Fuller anti In the struggle was unable to escape himself although the others successfully got away Lant Wright ono of the men who escaped was In jail on the charge of housebreaking with intent to commit criminal assault Of ficers with bloodhounds are scouring the country Boiling Asphalt Exploded Denver Col Nov 24The entire plant of the Colorado Ktrlng Co was destroyed Sunday by a lire that origi nated from an explosion of boiling asphalt The loss la estimated at 50000 Queen Lils Claim Chicago Nov 2Qu8en Liliouka lani of Hawaii and her party pawed through Chicago Friday on their way to Washington Her claim for financial relief will again be urged during the coming winter before the national legislature Ten Thousand Were Killed San Francisco Nov 22A steamer arriving from Guatemala brought up a number of passengers who report that no fewer than 10000 persons were I killed by the eruption of tthe volcano Ian Mraf i y f g THREE BOYS BADLY BURNED They Poured Powder on a Fire With Fearful Results Newport Ky Nov 24 Henry Dink 15 William Andrews 17 and Charles Lewis 18 were horribly burn ed Sunday in a rather peculiar man norThe trio hail been out hunting and when near the Queen City race track on their way home decided to build afire ihcy kindled one but It did not burn fast enough to suit them They had a large flask of gunpowder lUll I with this they decided to accelerate the blaze and did so The gunpowder that they hall sprinkled on the fire Ignitedl and blazed up enveloping the upper portions of the bodies of the three boys Then the flames commit nicated to the flask which exploited of neighboring farmers who took them I I to their respective homes where they I received medical treatment Dink is j Ii j ears anti eyes are badly Injured KILLED HIMSELF Great Grandson of the First Governor of Kentucky Committed Suicide Lexington Ky Nov 21At oYlork Sunday morning George SiI Shelby aged 20 great grandson of i I j I I killed hinifelf as he lay in bed with j a revolver He was subject to sum nambulism and relatives believe that he tired the fatal shot while in this state his custom being to sleep with I I I I gagements for Sunday He hail no bad I habits and jt is the consensus of opin j ion that the act was committed while Queen Crescent railway The family was at breakfast when the shot was heard WITHIN THREE MONTHS Mrs Emma L Clarke Twice Divorced From the Same Man Louisville Ky Nov 2tTlc di vorved within three months Is the rec ord of Asa David Clarke and Emma L Clarke Mrs Clarke obtained a di vorce September 2 last In the after noon Clarke appeared in the county clerks office and said I cant live with that woman antI I cant live with out her Im going to try her again Give me another The license was I pie was married the night Clarke disappeared and his wife went to St Louis in search of I him Clarke reappeared in this city hut said he remembered nothing the second marriage anti refused cfII live with his wife She returned to Louisville and filed suit for divorce The second divorce was granted herb Saturday She alleged abandonment AN INSURANCE SUIT A Novel Point as to Time Involved in the Litigation Louisville Ky Nov 21The Penn eeGaulbert Co of this city filed suit Faursday afternoon against 12 Insur ance companies for Insurance aggre gating 19000 A novel Insurance point is involved Plaintiffs ware louses were destroyed by fire April I ast They held 200000 worth of In itirance all of which hall been renew tfl with the exception of 19000 IHS expired at noon the day of the fire rhe alarm was sent In at 1155 stand ird time The companies claim policies expired at solar time theII would bo 12i minutes before the alarm was sent In Will Be Placed Under Guard Marlon Ky Nov 21 George W SIsco was Iidicted here Thursday Charged with the murder of Miss Ber ha Williamson He will be brought acre from Henderson Friday Judge Nttnn says he will place a guard of en men In jail to protect the prisoner iut excitement is high and there Is Janger of mob violence Died While Feeding Cattle Palntsvllle Ky Nov 21 Lafayette Preston a highly respected farmer living four miles north of hero on San iy river went out to feed his cattle While doing so he became speechless sad died almost Instantly Tobacco Growers Organize Mt Ollvat Ky Nov 21Many of the tobacco growers met at the court louse and laid plans for an organic lion among the growers of this county State Manager Gaunt was here and dated the purposes of the organize Ion Kentucky Rural Letter Carriers Washington Nov 21The follow lug rural letter carriers have been ap tolnted In Kentuck7 Bowling GreenI Robert A Burton C B Haner C W iterrltt ctrriere Hamll Baker ClarI inet Swatt Hjul TfiWJ 8tUute8 I L = L I- Afsg SS 1 RflTES g 0 g One tear n dvnceft 00 Six month SS 1 Three month s 30 i Slavic rapt 0 y d The date alter your name indicates v time ytu Ire paSt to You should fe p ifrem III dar before time Isoutnndal fa t it s3 In poItoScl county and state A vrlioa renewing or to how your address rliuncotKrmiltancc l r thoul1 tP made by M ito tesi trrcl letter or l ant draft SSSSSssS ss ssii t upci Id NEWS PICK UPS Q nUIII1tlo1olasnnjjmore Hislfaeanllface KIr1turk TemlOranlInsanity wtillIn cllIIElon licenseI iW SUBSGRIPLON ILtfI STATE ADOPTED THE ORGAN In Consequence Rev James W McGa vey Withdrew From the Church LexIngton Ky Nov 2tThf with drawal of Rev James W McGarvey president of the Hil le college of Ken lucky university from the Broadway ChristIan church became final Sunday when that church by a vote of 3fil to 202 adopted the organ as a part of th worship He opposed it on scriptural ground being noted throughout the j denomination for his utterances against it For 30 years tin church which he organized anti of which he was first pastor and always an elder observed Ills wish lit w ks ago those favoring instrumental music demanded a vote President McGarvey imme diately demanded a letter transferring membership to another city church S Ihit there is no organ condilionalIupon time vote Sunday I j developed in time church and thlam a paign was intense Rev J W ZahIary an evangelist late prohtlmttionIcandidate for congress has also withSi I drawn and Prof Henry II White- former nresident of Kentucky univer with some other will leave the 1str when the organ is installed ARBONDALE STOCK FARM Perry Belmont Has Secured a Long Term Lease on the Property I Lexington Ky Nov lThrougk his private secretary Clarence Hall Hon Perry Belmont Thursday night secured a long term lease on J C l I Graves Arbondale stock farm of 2SO acres three miles from Lexington on the Nicholasville road His sires Eth elbert anti Magian with ten brood mares arrived Thursday night and will be sent to the stud Friday The horses came from Sliver Brook stock beenIblue grass host suited to horse breed ing anti he will maintain a stud here perrnimnettlyDECISION DELAYED The Case Against the Southern Athletic Club at LouisvilleSLouisville Ky Nov 22 Disappoint ment was great among the sporting fraternity lucre Friday morning when Judge Sterling B Toney announced that he would nut hand down his de cision in the injunction suit of thn commonwealth against Robert C Gray antI others until some day next week It was expected that the decision would be forthcoming at the joint session Saturday Manager Gray anti the sporting fra ternity are very anxious to have the lrMcGcvernCorbett contest pulled off here AND HIS BRIDE IMIDGET the Married Smallest Man in 1POllueah Ky Nov 2Froik fInd smallest man in Kentucky 4 anti Mrs Mary S English both of j Benton Marshall county Were mar ried there Friday by Rev B T Hall The groom is 33 years old weighs 7tIpounds antI is four feet high His bride is 38 weighs 160 pounds and in five feet six inches high This was 1 her fourth venture anti his second Inherits a Handsome Fortune i Lexington Ky Nov 21By the I death of Dr William Mathews Friday at San Jose Cal Mrs H B McClellan of this city will fall heir to a hand some fortune According to the will just offered for probate Mrs McClel lan a sister and a brother will divide the remainder of 250000 after minor bequests are complied with I Railroad Not to BlameII Lexington Ky Nov Molloy held an inquest over the remains J mof Lewis S Burgess killed by a GeorgetownLexington atarurban electric car anti the jury tiecd that t the leath of Mr Burgess was not due to any negligence on the part of the employes of the railroad companIWant Vote on Liquor Question Georgetown Ky Nov 22 Having cut out the portion of Georgetown known as Boston populated by colored people the church people have filed a petition in the Scott county court to hold an election on the question of lo cal option for the city January 23 Natural Soap Found I Cloverport Ky Nov 20 Natural soap in large quantities has been found several feet below the earths surface f In a field near town belonging to hiMrs J Miller of this city Its cleans- Ing and polishing properties are good AttemptedAUaSsinatl0ta Henderson Ky Nov 24An un known Negro attempted to assassinato J Ales Deacon son of exSenator Joe j Dixon with a knife The cause of the attempt Is believed to be the raiting of an article some days ago in a focal paper Dixon was uninjured The Capital Stock Increased Hopkinsville Ky Nov 22Articles jf Incorporation were filed here Fri day increasing the capital stock of the I a Acme Mills Co from 100Jpi to 200 000 and changing the nToKs to thg Aem 1m Rpi fJ 12I Co p J J R 8 i e J CC f I THEHEiALD w I ISPElfCER COOPER Editor r j HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Xov 27 1002 r THE HERALD is not an oracle nor the editor of it a wiseacre but a in our issue immediately succeed- ingt the election we came pretty near to stating the exact majority of the lion Frank A Hopkins in this district which we placed at 3500 The official returns give him 3536 or 36 more majority f byffar the largest majority that was ever attained by any candidate in the district and for this gigantic I result THE HERALD does assume i some credit in that it published i and picked to pieces Mr Whites letters Our comments covered 1 I Ievery sentence contained in the two letters and these we made soi l i plain that the wayfaring man liI though a fool could read as he l ran Many men in the Republi capranksmen who have stood by that party from principle j jratherthan through a love of the loaves and fishescouldnot or i would not tolerate the nefarious methods of their candidate when he was thus exposed Hence many stayed away from the polls and on the other hand the publicity of tl his methods spurred the Demo i dutyEt and they turned out better than I they otherwise might have done Andover and above all this was a I heartfelt desire to do something for Frank Hopkins in return for a kindness he did the editor some 12 years ago and at a time when 1thet latter was in sore need of just the service rendered Now that I coltoressniunIi elect and by the greatest majority t ever given any man in the district 9 9wepredict for him a brilliant fu ture He will prove if not the most painstaking and careful of I his constituencys needs and wants i why as closely in touch with hisi I Ipeopleas any man the Tenth dis trict ever honored with the place No man however poor or humble will ever complain that his appeal was unheeded by Mr Hopkins be 44 i Cutia this out for occasionalreferencei during his colagressionalcareer iitt +CURRENT +COMMENT+ j HENRY WATTERSON is out for j Gorman for the presidential race in 1904 I 0000 t THE Cubans are apparently will ing to submit to almost anything but they draw the line where cock- fightsr are prohibited 0000 i MANY newspaper editors are very busily engaged in writing Presi dent Roosevelts annual message for him This will enable him to take several hunting trips 0000 EASTERN capitalists have organ ized a company with a capital of k 4500000 and have secured 7000 acres of orange groves in Southern r California for the purpose of de i veloping the orange business All t t of the frust will be shipped east under one brand i 0000 DOWN in Georgia the Atlanta j Journal has had to print the pic j tures of a happy couple over again with this apologetic explanation lBy an unfortunate error in yes- terdaysi Journal another cut was publishedwith that of his bride instead of Mr Daniels ooooB- RADSTREETSi gives the business k failures in the United States in October as 802 with liabilities of J I 9040435 and assets of 492421 i ofii 1 ii 9over September but a decreasei l lofover 10 from October 1901 hasereported any i 20 years Of last months failures I 12 large ones accounted for 40 of the total liabilities but accord ing to Bradstreets there does pot seem to bo any general cause oper sting throughout all of thotn to i i indicate any tendency of at uctu ral weakness in business as a whole I 1 i Ay vyo9 Apositive specific for bilious fever malaria chills and fever malarial Malaria and poisoning malarial debility malarial A arc CvrC dyspepsia dumb ague i i OUT of patience at last comes the mayor of Jersey City and declares that he will not buy any more tickets for church fairs or I for social or political club dances The other morning the mayor I found in his mail 30 letters each 1of which requested him to pur chase tickets for something or figuringiers ho must spend about 200 I And yet ho no doubt fought hard to secure his present office 0000I of Now jj York is a man who knows how to pay a delicate compliment to his j wife Wednesday was tho fifth anniversaryof his wedding and instead of inviting his friends to make a wooden donation as a con solation for five years of matrimo nial penance he gave each of his employes of the banking house of I which he is the head an extra I marI I household OOOO IAITEH the first of January next carrying parlor matches or keep ing them in ones house is to be j prohibited in New York city and any firm storing soiling or giving them away will be subject to arrest Parlor matches como under the classification of dangerou- conilustiblesi it having been dis I covered that more than UJOOO fires in the metropolis wore caused by them last year 0000 j MOLINEAU after suffering im prisonment for four years has been acquitted by tho New York city courts All the testimony I went to show that he was inno cent but had his father been a I poor man h5 would have suffered death in the electric chair Ho was convicted on hand writing expert testimony His two trials cost a half million dollars 0000 TilE fact that Kansas has voted down the constitutional amend meut increasing the pay of legisla tors is not without its compensat ing circumstances For instance the voters did not disturb the ex isting law under which legislators draw 15 cents a mile for travel while expending only a small sup ply of ink in signing their railroad passes 0000- ITHREE days vacation in 25 years is the record of Secretary of the Treasury Shaw Instead of taking rest at stated intervals Mr Shaw believes in taking good healthy exercise at all times and he is an i I industrious walker He also be lieves in horseback riding and says that it is one of the best forms o exercise I 0000 I MITCHELL president of the United Mine Workers was on the wiI ness stand nearly five days and was crossexamined by some of the brightest lawyers in the coun try He was a good witness for his many followers however and I l muchli I advantage over him I Tired Mothers I Its hard work to take care of children and to cook sweep wash sew and mend besides Tired mothers should take Hoods Sarsapa rllla it refreshes the blood Improves the ap sleepIRev Irl R Hicks 1903 Almanac betITo say that this splendid work I ter than ever is stating it mildly Tho demand for it is far beyond all previous years To say that such results reaching through 30 years are not based upon soundI Issues and usefulness is an insult to the intelligence of the millions Prof Hicks through this great Almanac and his famous family I andIdoing a whole people not approached by any other man or publication A I rcalsonableluminous course in astronomy for 1903 forecasts of storm and wea ther are given as never before for every day in the year all charm ingly illustrated with nearly 200 engravings The price of single Almanac including postage and mailing s 30 cents Word and Works with the Almanac is 100 a year Write to Word and Works j j Streetjprove Yourself J their great value Iie c 3 1 T Will Establish School in Menefee Rev J W Doan who is engaged in school and church work in the counties of Monofee Wolfe Morgan called to see us Mo andI He has been in this work for I years and has met with great cess Ho is now trying to estab lish a school in Monefco county under the auspices of the American Missionary Association of Congre gationalchurches Ho is soliciting aid from the people generally and libIoralI Mt Sterling Gazette Nov 20II A Special Grand Offer On January 1st 1903 the Twice aWeek CourierJournal will cease j courierIJournalI carlAllI CourierIJournal by remitting HOp extra Thus for bothrpapers for 13 months if they re new at once Try and get in before next Thursday Two Souls Hade Happy DEEP RIVER WASH Oct 27 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Editor Enclosed find 1 for which you wiU please renew sendsmo the Toledo Blade Changothe address of my paper from Grays River Wash to Deep River Wash care D It L Co and oblige JOHN W HAISEV 0LITTLK ROCK ARK Oct 27 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Editor Please send 25p worthof Wolfo county news to me to this city Respectfully your friend A R GUAHAM Several cases of want were relieved from the surplus at Wed nesdays dinner DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedyIt cal triumph of the teenth century discovered years of l byDrkidney blad der specialist and Is curinglamebles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if have kid foundfIn so many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every cue that a special arrangement has papertalready may a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper and send CoBlng1hamton liver nine after nent and you poor regular fifty cent and nomot8wampllooL- dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists OLD FATHER T1ME Has made remarkable changes in the manufacture of WATCHES AND CLOCKS- We carry a line of Newest Designs and latest improved timepieces PRICES RANGE FR- OMS06tOSlDpaiH buythatFRED J HEINTZ9 East Main Street dppoeite Phoenix Hotel LEXINGTON KY h- I i 0 1c Hon W O Mize returned Mon day evening from Indianapolis where he has been for the month past the guest of his son Carl r who is in business there CarlI also came home to spend thanksgiving day with his mother an J i I eat thanksgiving turkey with hi father and mother at the famil I fireside there being no place dear to him as My Old Kentucksott Home after confinement to counting room for mouths and nowhere I is the proverbial poultryof tho occasion so plump or so succu lent as the Kentucky bird John Davis camo over Wednes I I day from West Liberty being un able to proceed with work on tli new bank building on account of I tho inclement weather Tho firs I completedIo tho structure on and after Jan 1 r necessaryIiness and the inadequacy of their quartersI DIRECTORYI +i I HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT I III P PiEnATT Judge J M NICKKLL Marshall I W N NICKELL Deputy Marshall I I I BOARD OF TUSTKKS I W O MIZE Chairman- W H Coup JOHN D DAVIS JOIN M ROSE JOHN II ROSE o CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday iin September DAVID B REDWINE Judge I CoinmonwealthsAttprneyJ C c HANKS Trustee Jury Fund P Lexington and Eastern Railwayy Time Table in Effect October 19 1902 i EAST BOUND I IDU 2 ex nI MII11iA 00 I Sunday Lve ILre 2 25 Oi 7 15 3 10 201 8 25 amI11101OILexington3 50 4t 9 13 4 ll6 44 9 23 am 4 35 pmlcqNat UndgeI 7 J 54 a I w IlmltJITorrent U21008 a mm 511 iU1O29 apmlollueattyeJc6 11 IO1I 26 am 6 15 pmjSMi Jackson Il1 30 am I IVEST BOUND Nol 551 Il 103iDaily STATIONS = j exllili I Sundayi S-undayiiIIIII II 10 19 ImI8 37 am UOjL Torrent40 4 39 p S 8211 am 44jNat UridgeI41 4 30 I til- I578 01 am i7 Stanton 4 01 pin- iC217 47am 161ClalCity S 47 p m 7 sr am 70 3 Id JIm pGII LihJuucnWinchester 0 I K BRANCH I IEAST BOUND No 21I Iio33jI I Daily Sunday ex1 330 0 Jackson 01 1120 I 35 C OAK Junction I 11 26 1 17 11 Villiur tlll 11 52 4 30 13 11 58 5 10 20 12 22 5 18 22 lIalOlton113 12 28 5 45 27 12 45 PM Ana PM ARK WEST BOUND No 34 So2l Daily ex STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday m e p Sunday 9 15 0 Jacksou 2 35 010 I 1OKJuuction C 230 8 28 11 Wilhur 11 158 815 13 Hampton 13 1 52 7 35 20 Lee City 20 1 28 7 26 22 Helechawa 22 1 22 7 w p Cannel City 27 1 05 A M In1 P M Lv a SOl 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Ken tucky Railway Division daily except Sun I dayXosl and 2 connect at L A F Jnnction with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling and local points eattilIeJuuctlonexcept Sunday ManagerCHAS TREESI TREESI TREES I BY THE MILLION GrapeVinesShrubs and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ l no agents but sell direct applicationBoth H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY +TOIT ORIAL +PARLOR + HAZEL GREEN KY 0GEORGE DYER Proprietor 0-SHAVING HAIRCUTTING and all other branches of the tonsorial art in the latest style Clean towels and sharp razors only in use for custome- 1r1Wedneadaya r and Saturdays cad weekare regular barbering days and the public patronage respectfully solicited r t J II F PIERATT H C QUICKSALL H F PIERATTIf CO DEALERS IX i WWfr w w w w + 8es oooaaacaoooeooooo00- 0I ot t9 I MerchandiseYI I 1 1 o ooeoooeooooo0000ooooveo +ooooo Live Stock and Country Produce IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is tho only safe anti reliable way to Uo business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT tcryrespectfully H F PIERATT CO Pa All parties now indebted to me should call and settle or there will CJ gTOWXmined to windup all my outstanding fs business Thanking you for J past patronage and more especially VA if you will pay me for my Jf goods you have consumed- I j remain respectfully jH F PIERATT P RESTORED MANHOOD MOTTa rElure Thgreatremel7fornenoosprostntonandallnerrendles501the l Ing nr lntManhood impotencySlghty Emlulon Youthful Etrur Mental Tuo or Orlum wblcb lead todm- eumptlonndleeanltr With awritten lIa ontolrorretttb mnv Sold aUIiO0 per bOX B nux- eroaSe0 suitaltTr sCUEriVALLOCtvInodUAte un fTHE CHICAGO POST PIPER rEYeIJ FARMER should read dally The Chicago Post Every LIVE STOCK shipper should read dally TN CWugi Put Every PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Post Every GRAIN Shipper should read dally TN CHtif Put THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU I Subscribe through your commission nrm newsdealer or publisher of newapa I cootalalnff tills aUT rUs ment Sample copies sent troevareQueat AflOresi 11THE POST III I iCLOTHINCI have a nice lot of clothing I to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once CS ES Imhave sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through Remember this is for 1VIw ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND IBEBAY MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c f Andsells so low that tho poorest may buy TAYLOR DAY CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings IeI Lamps Queensware Cutlery Hardware CapsInI found in firstclass store I Practical Bricklayer HAZEL GREEN KY had Thirty Years experience is prepared to iffy brick in walls build flues and chimneys set anythinghmortar and trowel tSmoky chimney repaired and guaranteed to draw r I Jrh NB PILLS Worryexcetreunof ercryoilerwerise THEHOME Cklup Iper CHICAGO Chicago which intend always CASH ONLY J and everything J and and Deweese Wilgus HAS WANTEDSay 5000 acres COKING COAL LANDS conven iently located for transportation rockii descriptioninbus Ohio 516 GETI YOURNOTEIJEAn8Eaelopea Sale BUlfJSc printed at HUB ALP oboe L+ I WEEKLY fbri r U ill 0HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR o PAGESISSUED ioioYEAR I J 9REVENUESOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM1 0BEST EDITORIALS BEST POLITICAL AKTICLEB Kist STOKIEB BEST MISCELLANY BEST REIFWSBEST POETRYBESTBEST HOME NEWS BEST 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stories and many departments of matter suited to every member of the i vear1JlQcopyAddressTHE BLADEa1 TOLEDO OHIO f TIIEii oNEW YORICVORLD ThrleeaITcek Edition 1 0The Most Widely Read Newspaper in America o TU1E 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 n daily at the price of a 1ee1out1 1cIa1 and this pays for ICG papers We cfier this operand The unequallednewsSl50J t eSrThe regular subscription price of the two papers is 200 Just think of it TWO HUNDRED AND EIGHT PAPERS for only 150 less than three quarters of a cent apiece W T CASKEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise and Country Produce NOW ON HAND A LARGE HAS well selectEdstock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS Sec Ac 1 In fact everything usually kept in a firstclass general store Call and ex amine his stock and hear hit prices M9 wH treat YOU nicely irir- I bb Ai I n J T w 2l b Iy- I THEatt HERALD r I sraggedrDownt r In the loins- Xervoiisncss FeelingI sleep despon i dency It Is time you were doln somithlns The Kidneys were anciently called the I j i thefHoods Sarsaparilla4 tds with the most illrvrt beneficial effort on the kidneys It contains the Ilest and safest suulcesfor correcting and tonliif these urTiii ffA X mark shows that your time it np and unless you renew at once you may not get the paper next week Poet Wilson has finished paint I ing John Wards residence Delayed arrivalof our paper iis j the cause of our paper being late I a day this weekiJj B Thompson and JM Smith i j = of Jackson worn guests of tho Day Honse this week Miss Hattie Thomas ofSt 11011 j ens is visiting her uncle II 11 Pieratt and family j j Our Murphyfork friends who j promised that lirewood will 1pleaso us by hauling it in at once- 11AN1EDOno j t dozen hens of1 the hatch of 1J 02 for which the highest markett price will be paid Apply at this office I The dedication ceremonies yes terday were both injtonstjng and imposingI and an account of saute will appear next week J T Clivodon and daughtor j Miss Mattie left Sunday for West Liberty whom they aro now visit i F ing relatives and f i rlldITHE KIDNEYS are strengthened Sarsaparillaii the loins and THE BACKACHE Miss Mary Ellen Trimble hast returned from a nine weeks visit to relatives old friends at Jackson whero sht had an enjoyable time LoxIillgtonrecommend as a pure wholesome tonic Send an order for sonic i and give it a trial i For roiiHtijmllou TateIjnriel + sativiS nil tin Moid remedy tot kuesnttutateundperdvSold by 1 C Stamjier Grassy Creek 1 W W Swango May town IKy awaypabout your home If so send iit i ito tho West Liberty Bank whero it will be much safer and you can t I check it out as occasion demands o a t gettreet Has cured thousands f t WIlSOONtf Curtis Pieratt who loft her some five years ago since which l tI he line been a soldier in the Phil t i ippines returned home last week r and says he will not again enter t the army HalseyHl erty will remove to Barton county Mo and engage in farming They recently made a trip to that stat and like tho prospect very much I Miss Alico Wills who has been confined to her room with fever for i the past live weeks at Mrs W T Caskeys has so far convalesceds to be able to visit her father and family at Toliver where sho is this31 weekenjoying the country air r It is mighty nice to have a hank account and tho West Libert Bank is a nice place to keep it Ifs you have any surplus cash about your home eend it over there for safekeeping and have them issue you a checkbook Also send them s collectionsMrs A J Clark of Indianapo L y lis arrived hero Tuesday evening to attend the dedication of Pearre +l 7j Hall today sho being high in the 1 councils of tho C W B M to which our citizens are indebted S for the now and magnificent build ing to be dedicated today j Zack Halsoy having sold his farm to Burns Kash and Jesse Swango disposed of his realty to t his father Stephen Swaugo they jis will jointly sell their personalty ThursdayIj fjpec 11r at the former residence of r lMr Halsey on Clif For parti KCuUra seo bills a I a- i I c E The New Kentucky Tho following is nn extract from a speech of A Y Cord delivered banquetLouisville J Nov 17th in advocacy ofan ex hibitof Kentuckys resources atJ the St Louis Worlds Fair in 1004 All who heard or have read the speech in its ontirity pronounce it I A Masterpiece of S nso Senti j reIgretI wholeIThoiI Now Kontucky All honor to the Maywe never bo less loyal I Ito I her memories fay we never cense to tfind inspiration in herII story writ largo on tho nations ief history May tho sun nover shino J llless brightly upon her nor greed of gold blight those graces of life If which have been u benediction toI her citizenship Hut tho new Ken tucky I Our overenco to tho old to the new our best endeavor isloursThe old iis ours to venerate and J cherish for its honorable toI lions the now is ours to adorn I iwith that crown of material prosii i IIJroalizutiollIIJ of every man who truly loves hislsI state insofar as this exposition affords the opportunity to promote Ii- it tho Kontucky Exhibit Associaiij tion has dedicated its efforts and craves your hearty cooperation j I IIlhettlabDNE I Gravet BACKACHE AltD1addcrandCURE ttlilt it 1 I Nild lloy 11 F Pieralt Hazel Green K y A Cutting Scrape Sunday I On Sunday afternoon last in an 11 IImillII liVinglon IIIII J arm was sumtt moned and dressed Bradleyu cutsIi which he pronounced not necessarily j I serious in tho absence of pieji l IIIj I tho influence of liquor at the time and the wounded man first essayed 11 seI11l11cntly down twice before tho latter had recourse to his knife No arrests had boon made up to Monday at noon Andy Hnddix iis our infor mant and though not an twit ness had the story straight fromjj j those who did see the diflicultI Laxative Syrup I 1Lyons Cure for Constipation If you do not like itii better than any laxative ycu have ever I used your druggist wl refund tho money Good for children as well asI I grown people CreekeW W Swaugo May town Ky I William Stamper Acquitted In the Menefeo circTiit court at Frenchburg two weeks ago Wil lien Stamper of Montgomery I county was tried for the killing of James Bush and acquitted to the groat satisfaction of his host of friends especially of this see BushQit will be remembered met his death in the deadly encounter in j which Deputy Marshal Howard Wilson was killed while attempt ing to arrest Tip Day two years j ago last July Stamper was also charged with shooting Day but that indictment was filed away Daywas himself badly wounded but escaped jail at Frenchburg while awaiting trial for killing Wilson and has never been appre hended Judge Lusk of Oregon who is a sojourner here lead in a creditable act of charity today After tho feast of the dedication dinner he got a basket and filled it with tho good things which ho topk to a widow and children living nearby II W aeIS Coated with stale eggs glue jmdj other things are noTfttW drin- LLionCoff 8 is pure uncoated coffeefresh strong well flavored nua1e4 maaaairan upUo T asefr ha a- a ii t i WASHINGTON CITY 1 WASHINGTON D Cf Nov 20 Col Spencer Cooper Hazel Green My Dear Friend I have for a youbutwork up sufficient ambition to do mightbefrom time to time scribble a few tines 1fOr the onliest only that ever set up shop in Kentuckys classic hills and shed tho light of a better qnd nobler destiny over a section that was sadly lacking in the first essential of a progressive people a progressive and fearless newspaper TUB HERALD was the pioneer that blazed tho way und made pos sible country journalism in the Eastern Kentucky mountains and w4iile it has had many imitators j few if any survive that have risen I above modiocracy and the great j majority have turned their ltttle tootsywootsies to tho daisies- I feel tha it is presumption onII my part tO attempt to break into the columns of a newspaper that I counts among its contributors such a shining literary luminary as W Lamp ton but I will like a t chance so here goes Washington promises to bo an interesting place this winter and already tho clans or rather the- enators mid representatives arett gathering for the short and best 1 session of the present congress 1 Mondayinof tariiV revision but unless there is an extra session it is morally t certain that there will bo no tariff 1 tinkering until the now Congress convenes a year hence The contest for Speaker Hender sons mantle has narrowed down no contest at all and it is generally I conceded that Uncle JooItt Cannon will wield the gavil in the II Fiftyseventh congress As chair man of the appropriations committee Mr Cannon has been nearly I as great a factor in soaping legisl latiqu as the speaker so l his new duties will not bo unfamiliar t to himtt Many new faces will appear in the next house and some old ollesjj who fell outside the breastworks will be missed Among the n taI bles who failed to bo returned IlreII lion Dave fiercer of Nebraska chairman of tho committee on public buildings and grounds and IIchairmanIII postoiliccs and post roads The III lettercarriers union beat Loud and the antagonism of Rosewater of the Omaha Bee was tho imme diate cause of Mercers defeatI Among the new congressmen on the Democratic side will be two very notable gentlemen from New YorkWeIt Hearst editor and owner of the New York Journal the Chicago American and the SunI Francisco Examiner and oxState jII IIIlominnntIII es wageearners will have powerful champions I Mr Hearst carried his district by the greatest majority over given a congressional candidate and Mr Sullivan received a handsome ma jority in a district which is now represented by a Republican and which two years ago refused to honor Perry Belmont with a seat In congress bodyIhis constituents a faithful representative while Mr Hearst thro his newspaper has become known I throughout the land as tho cham pion of the lowly Several lessons can bo learned from the past election One is that the vote of the organized I workers is a factor to be reckoned with As Chairman Babcock says the swing of the city vote is to ward democracy The city vote is largely made up of orgalllzedII labor and it is in the the high prices for the necessaries i of life are felt the most and it because of the fact that they isII ize that there is something wrong in a political system that increases the cost of living with no material advance in wages that cause them to vote for a change- It has been a long time coming but it looks now as if the wage earner is going to como into his own Years ago when you first affiliated with a trades union they didnt amount to a great deal and even when I joined the union some 15 years ago organized labor did not count for much in a political way although I believe the typo graphical union was instrumental in beating Harrison because his running mate Whitelaw Reid at that timo hostile to organize- labor Things are different now and the laboring people as a uni ted compact force are a power and a power for good at that Party lines hold them lightly if at all and they align themselves or the side friendly to their cause Organized labor stands for an era of brighter and better things It asks for a shorter workday that the man who toils may have a fe hours out of the 24 for recreation of mind and body it asks for a living wage that the toiler may educate his children and add a few comforts to a life that is not all sunshine at least it demands that the workshops shall be sani t 1i Ji d ibi tary and that all precautions shallI le taken to guard the lives andl health of the man who earns his bread by the sweat of his brow iit protests against child labor in mills mihes and factories and asks that laws tfo enacted forbil ding the employment of children under certain age It insists oln- its right to organize for mutualI benefit and protection and while willing to arbitrate all matters iis ready at all times to wage battle in defense of its rights and its principles I wish that the farmer could realize tho great fight the wage earner in tho mills and the factories and industries ofall kinds are making and aid them Iby insisting on having the union label on things they buy The label stands for skilled workmanship the best goods and fair con ditions See that it is on what you buy Ask for it when you buy a hat a pair of shoes brooms ci gars clothing or anything that is the product of skilled men or wo men and help fight tho great bat tle now being waged for better thingsOne other thing tho late election taught and that is that there is a vast difference between a political charleton and a statesman I thought that David B Hill was a statesman and I know that ho said ho was a Democrat but hes nothing more than a common ordinary three shell political trickster after all Ho had it in his power to name a mUll for the Democratic nomination for governor of New York in tho person of Judgo Parker who would have won in a walk in the recent contest in that stato Ho didnt name him because Judge Parker is a statesman and as governor of Now York would ho the logical candi date for tho Democratic nomina tion for president in 1104 and Hill has an idea tthat ho will be tho nominee Ho thought that ho could elect Odor and get time credit for it but up tho state they were afraid of Hill and his coal plank und while Tammany Hall did itself proud Hill couldnt do liver the goods Ho sacrificed tho ticket to further his own ambi tions and now lies a dead ono I beliovo that Judge Parker is the logical candidate for the Dem ocrats in 1904 if there is such a thing as logic in the old party at till Wo have made one campaign on a question that nature him so lected for us we made another on sentiment Now let us make time 1IIts no use to talk of Gorman While I believe he is the smartest man in tho Democratic party to day yet he would not be acceptable to a large class of Bryan followers and without a united party its no i use trying to elect anyone Well I have written more than I intended so I will quit If you want to use this do so if it is not tho proper stuff put er in the basket and I assure you I will not be offended I am out of practice as far as writing goes this being the first letter 1 have written this year Perhaps will improve when 1 got warmed up With regards to Mrs Cooper I am Your friend CHARLES OrCoxNELL 203 D Street N E Cravens Nominated At the county conventions held Monday John W Cravens of Mc Causey Menefee county received the instructions of this and Mene fee counties and was nominated for tho legislature from this dis trict at the convention held at Chambers Station Wednesday His opponent wasW SHamilton also of Menefee Mt Sterling Gazette Nov 20 HOUSEWORK Too much housework wrecks wo mens nerves And the constant care of children day and night is often too trying for oven a strong woman A haggard face tells the story of the overworked housewife and mother Deranged menses loueorrh xa and falling of tho womb result from overwork Every housewife needs a remedy to regulate her menses and to keep her sensitive female organs in perfect condition WINECARDUI is doing this for thousands of American women today Retired Mrs Jones and that is why she writes this frank letter 1nlendenne Ky Feb 10 1801 I am co clad that your Wine of Cardnt ii helping me Jam fooling better I have felt for I am doingthaDI own work inn help and I I wished lot week and was not one bit tired That ihowi that the Wine it dolor me good I am getting fltahier dwwine fh1fused to have to lay down five or six time every day but- aowIdoflotthlnkollragdosathrooI h the day Mas BICHAKD Jons- f100 AT DRUGGISTS Tot drkad lltmtan xUDpvfltaaf po 14A4YoGr1 TI tttoTbe MadIcIM eo naoetaTse 3 J i r1iWi ilewaig I eWDIal 4 2 W rtNEW ANfrStiEAP GOODS WILL KINDLY ASK ONE WEand All who pays us cash or other pay to call for coupon ticket and receive premiums from our large assort ment of rDECORATED E EN SWAR r iI gotten up especially for the holiday trade Gone at once First come first served Also those back number or unthankful fellows are invited and will save us limiting them up as this is one time we are going after one and all who does not respond and pay for past favors Respectfully c W W SWANGO R CO Maytown Ky Nov H wa F BAKER KEFBESK- XTIXOGUG6ENHEIMERCOlne Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobber LYNCHBURG VA Headquarters 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 451y IiasNFOR A- 8ftat1 usuNOYMrXY r edge WILBUR B SMITH LEXINGTON KY ntponittitoCOUyERCIAL Awarded HMUI at worlds ExpoUUva positionscastties Boot and Board ID family about roo TelegraphBpeciUiarThe awarded oradaate LIUrarr Coune tree if dealrad QradnMeuooedaL1sonlyWILBUR tit tr indtcfifr lIItJtj WINCHESTER KY V H WITHERSPOON President- R D HUNTER Cwhier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Dank solicits the accounts of rues chants farmers traders anti businessmen generally throughout Eastern Kentucky und offers its customers every facility ana the most liberal terms within the limits o1 legitimate banking octl8ly The COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS want 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 ClarksburgW ROBERT P RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits tho patronage of the merchants of the mountains He also carries a complete line of Oglioral Mero2se 1gGOuntrg PIUanOB Embracing everything usually found in a first clnss country store and the pur chaser may rely always upon getting the very best goods for the least money lie 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 buy when they learn prices Wyill meet any legitimate competition Call on cr writo mo before buying ROBT P KASH McCausey Ky ROSE DUNNINC PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their ha pro vcd facilities for blackimitbing and wagonmaking u well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are relapectrallyI ik n J kM2 jG f G I EAT I I DYE COAT I s L j l Owing to th- eContinuec I IiWarm Weather We arc BADLY OVERSTOCKED IX OVERCOATSTHOUSANDS Of OV FOR coatsII MEN AND BOYS AT COSTAND Regardless of Cost I Aittifiimk come Early and Get Bargains Louis Gus Straus LEXINGTONS GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE CLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechanics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed Mill 111 Itl 1114 Theres health and strength in a bottle of pure Boer And Lexington y brew has purity and quality Barley in it for food Hops for I tonic And just enough alcohol to aid digestion Essential to the weak healthful for anybody A standard high grade beer Un surpassed for table use and medicinal 4 purposes The beer that nour tom tY ishes cheers and invigorates IpLEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Ot i ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE 8Yll We have no Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Consignment solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered CECIL BROS Stoplet Fancyl Grocers i Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods jarJELLIES25c PEACH LEAF LARD 15c per pound poundCADOVA in town 12Jc BONNIE ROLLED OATd lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned 15c 2 for 25c KRAUT 3pound can lOc CORN lOc per cap i PEAS 2 cam 25c JffiHARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WAREe Ac Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us N B LYONS LEWIS HYLTON Lyons HyltonDEALERS IS1 General Merchandise j MAYTOWN KENTUCKY tCHEAPERAW t THAN ANYBODY invite tho people of Hazel Green and r vicinity to call and inspect their stock and learn prices We realize that this sounds like Carrying Coals to Newcastle On the other hand The Proof of the Pudding is in Chewing the Bag aid if you will only givo us tho chance we will make you aeaUsfled customer xyx0trf ar- A rr Many women and doctors do not recognize the real symptoms t fJ derangement of the female sorgans until too late Ir had terrible pains along my r ufereddreadfullymedlclnesVworc Blasters none of thesethings he1pc1 me neading of the cures that Lydia ElMnklinms Vegetable Compound has brought about I somehow felt that it was what I needed and bought a bottle to take1 now glad I am that I dill so s j i reIliefnndcleaning through my system that all the sickness and poison had been taken out and new life given me instead I I have advised dozens of my friends to uce f Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable l Compound Good health is mills 4 mdILydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound has secured this to me MKS LAUKA L llnnsiKn Crown Point Indiana Secretary Ladies Relief t Corps 15000 forfeit If orglratofabotie letter I proving tjenalninesi cannot b produced i Every sick woninntvliodoos not understand her ailment should write Sirs Plnkliam Lynn Mass Her advice Is free and always helpful 101 lii IueViuk j A man had been absent fr tome time anti during his absence had raicrIal pretty eltOnlehtiehMeThe little girl mnde no demonstration tt toward faluting him with a kiss as wa t usualWhy childsaid the mother dont jou give Uncle Vill a kiss t ithfI t t any plate Washington Titne 1 toul In Iefciic- F Sidney Have you any mirked ability of ny kind Rodney Vell Ive kept a lot of widow from marrying niv Detroit 1ite Press ro Cure cannot lie too highly H kenof I a OughureJ W OBrien TJ2 Third Ave N Minneapolis Minn JjiiU 1000 It takes two to make a quarrel butt only one may make peace Kams Horn I Putnam Fadeless Dyes eosl hut 10 cents cr p3ckage- II I Ve are too altruistic over duties and i i egotitu over rewards Ilain s Horn I Straight Spot THOUSANDS PROFIT BY THE FREE L I OFFER OF DOANS KIDNEY g AND GET CURED PILLSI Aching backs are cased Hip j loin pains overcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish I Theycorrect urine with brick dust seth I anent high colored excessive puiu in passing dribbling frequency Doans Kidney Pills dissolve and remove calculi and gravel lielicvc heartI headache palJ1itationII I I J Jslec11essness ImIll I trial of Doans Kidney Pills They nre r I IsplenHd I had an awful pain in my back l on taking the pills the pain left me right I away and I feel like a new man Stephen I SchaeferII liuonnEAD Wis writes I received the I free trial of Deans Kidney Pills with much benefit My little nephew was suffering I t scarlelltgave him Doans Kidney Pills and from the second dose the pain was less lie I boyII t 1 I I I Dl1buqu Waterloo and A I oabSecp1D6 I f I ScryIcCtaro Ticket ci arCD 011 RR I N49aaWlagltu1 10 r AN ANGEL IN DISGUISE lit ftntfd nn ErniT Ont the Good Woman Wouldnt Clvp Him Dry llread idietehingtourl et alluringa tone wall and went to work at once relates an exchange lie oon became con ciou that he had two interested spectator persons of bblbl the farmer and his wile had come to the door of the house to watch him hehiattas he wished to correct n slight error in the skitell he went up In the door anti askeil Itttiie farmers wife if he might haven small piece of dry bread This as every artist Jrmn makes a good era er- Tiie l Irhp Dry bread lie tepeatnl Well I I right with me nnd Illgive you a thick Tiee of breath withI hut her on it- Now dontt iv a word he continued elpMtlllltlion state nor anything about itl all I know Ii Thc Blood bloodlilti i tots have been sayiiig front time immemo Hal A healthy ltoda fresh appearance and generally all the abilities we loeSlldepend on that source of life It is there lure the duty of every tensible man to keep the blood as pure and normal as pos sible Nature in its infinite wisdom hB given UH a thermometer indicating the state of the blood which appeals to our reason by giving notice of its impurity small erupt o ot the rlcin to which we iatarcely PY any attention headache ringing noises in the ears latitude slceulewnes are gen eralla sign that the blood iis not in nor mal state but iis tilled with noxious stilt stances These symptoms deserve our full tllIthem then many IUeae from which we sulFer would liecome unknown and the hu man body would become sfrongerand health ier Attention therefore should be paid to those warning signs anti the blood can lie pUrifiedanl poisonous substances re ujotutKOtnithan CO years ago Only au snIrur isltrIllrai teur photographer and Klvira iii an ama teur astronomer hut you dont seem to be anything Pretty Diughter OIi vet mamma I km an amateur financee lleres my lirst en gagement ring Pitttburg Press linyTakeAlldruggiotai omtnr lt3tk1Jawtother is it a nun to nkbnftul gulIanal Lampoon Drop y treated irelbv Dr II H Green Sons ot Atlanta lla The greatest dropsy specialists in the world Head their adver tisement in another column of thi aper The faster a man iis the slower he iis laityNcwi tougltsisPikes ToothmehelrcqsCuire in one minute Ilhnk cartridges will often make the nnt noise Ituins Horn ii to WONDERFUL RESULTS FROM A FREE TRIAL OF THE WORLDS GREATEST KIDNEY MEDICINE RUDDLES MnL8KT Ireceived the free goodIget up often during night Now I sleep well no pain in neck of bladder pain in hack is goue also headache Jno L HilL FREE FOR THE ASKING FostvtMiuiras Co I1ulTlo N Y Flea semI toe hy mail without charge trial WX Douns Kidney rUb Name icstomca i State ett rot 1imdt =oaJIf intO to T WINCHESTERFACTORY U New Rival tt Leader t Repeater 3- i F amImunitionr Loaded Shotgun Shells New Rival loaded with- iI Black powder Leader and Repeater loaded 11withSmokeless Insist upon having Winchester I Factory Loaded Shells and accept no others IiJ J ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM 11I3w 1Via Lea LM5ANIIIOPIAUCM anIanydryollieI meYou II the I IPut 20 A Thats the amount ou can save b trail lug with us Send tOe In coin or stamps for our Itcontains on you use in lite Write 00 1 FREE Monthon IYouI regularlr 1100paec catalogue quotations evcrjthlns TODAY- MONTGOMERY WARD Chicago TO WOMEN I To prove the healing and cleansing power ot I Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic L3y0 will mail larpo trial treatment with boo- kdN4ructlons absolutely fie This is not a tiny Sample but a large package enough to convince any one that it is the most suo cessf ul preparation known to medicine as a cleansing vaginal douche and for the local treatment of vnman special Ills cur ing discharges and nil inflammation also to cleanse the teeth moutb1cnd euro catarrh Send toihay e saig t rdranlit or satpoitpald tiy ci Is- asslambas aeKraatiI-i JMMtOtlP THE SUNDAY SCHOOL teot In tke International Send for Korember SO IDOZSanion Temperance Lemon TilE IESSON TEXTtJudges 162131 21 But the Phlllrtlres took him and put Jut his eyes and brought him down to 3aza and bound him with fetters of brass and he did grind in the prison house K HowbeIt the hair of his head began to crow again after he was shaven 23 Then the lord of the Philistines gatii trfdthem together for toofTera great sac incp unto Dagon their god nntl to rejoice or they raW Our god hath delivered sam- son our enemy Into our hand P it the people saw him they ifdlhrrl god for they yald Out god tvatliVrlivrrcd Into our hands our nnny and the destroyer of our country which Ilew many of ust25 Anilt came to pass when their aer morry that they said Call for Sam or that he may make lit sport ntIih y called for Samson out of the prison house and he made th mtIort urft they ft him between the pillars W And Sjmran i std unto the lad thatslimIt Mm by the hard Suffer me that I may feel the pllkirs whereupon the hulls stand tth that I may lean upon them n Now ths house sias full of men ard nonifti and all the lorcte of the PhlllMlne acre there linG there were upon the roof nboiit three thousand men and womei that lielieM while Samson mso spatE- s Anti Hamfon railed unto the lord ard saul O Lord nod remember me I pray bee und strengthen me I pray thee only this once 0 God that I may1w at onc- iavrrpdtf the Phlilstlres for my two ep 3 Aid Samson took holcr the two mid die pillars upon which the house stoO4 aril on which It was borne liP or the one with his right hand and of the other with hi left 0 And Smson said Let me die with the Ihlllsiirfs Anil he bowedi himself with all his might and the house felt uiwn the lords and upon all the people that were therein So the dead which hr s w at his death were more than they which he slew In htg life 31 Then his brethren and all the house of his father came down and look him and brought him 1I1lInd burled him between JCorah ard Ushtaol In the burying place of Minoah his father And ite Judged lirae twenty year- sGDttES TKXT He that U lavr ta anger I helter than lie mighty and hr that rnlrlh bU spirit lush be Ibat InUelli a clir Irov IHtt OtTLINE OF SCRIPTtKE SECTION The JephlhahJuigcs i0ft27 The Jiidgeshlp of Samson Judges 1316 TIMEB C IISIHIU- PLACKGliead Zorah etc NOTES AND COMMENTS With all his marvelous strength Samson was a weak man lIe did tint rule lii1sassinii lint sins ruled ty them lie used his niirariijous strength to little iieoount whereas he might have aevomjilisbed the deliver ance of IIsrael No otto ran be regard ed as strong who weakly yields to his appetites Tbe story of lephthah should1 lh read fur the light it throws cit these Wild centuries of border wnrfare that pr ve led the establishment of the kingdom Human sacrifices were not unknown HS thHW of Jephthah and the sacrifice of hU daughter show The bravery of the girl and her touch ing loyalty to her father help to modify the horror of the story The story of PaniMMi i itratIYwhich in its essential pointsI iii being repeatedt in Ithe lives of tempted men aunt women today Samsons beginning was good He wut the child of godly parents and de voted trout birth to the service of lod and His oppressed country 11was carefully brought tip with the idea that a great miion was to be lila n4 read and the ehilil grew ami Jehtituh bled him Samsons possibilities were very treat So far as natural endowment and early training were concerned he vla wonderfully fitted to be Israels delievcrer tint so far as ve know he never seriously undertook the tak Samsons weakness spoiled hisi itrength That was the trouble Ills was as it were the power of a giant in thus hands of a passionate boy It matters not what huh particular temptation wa He yielded to itun his lifestory iis a warning of the lIe lessiicss of physical strength without moral strength to back it up It was a fMtoitivv satire for it led him tto think he was strongt strongenough tto I rifle with the Philistines as he trilled with sin He would have laughed I the iien that the Philistine would es er bife out his ttstbat they would ever see him sitting on the Hour in the dark corner uftu dungeon cell grind lag at a band mill lika pour weak woman Vas he not Samson the strongest man in the country And i be ttrifled with temptation He tried to see how near he could come to the edge of tthe precipice without falling over Read 16420 and see if that dues int describe it IIsmiIl go out a at ither titus and shake myself free fie said after he hall finally given up every vestige cf allegiance to princii pleand religion In Streaking his n7a rite vow but it was too late He woke to find himself deserted by the strength in which he hail trustedl betrayed by the woman who had tempt ed film and without God whom he had willfully forsaken Onr lessen today tells tthe1 ttragio end antI at the same time suggests mc of the grandest of the gospel Itruths when Samson hu miliated anti fallen returned tto Cod God returned to hint as lie does to every repentant sinner Is it safe to trifle with temptation Is it safe to say for instance 1 will drink just a little for tanliake my sell fret any time I willre we our we are so strong after all 2 YhatMicver a man soweth that shall he also reap- GOSSIP OF GOTHAMITES Successful steam navigation first be gun at New York The present city hull building was begun 100 years ago The first New York girl was born in the Dutch colony in IGL5 The first Brooklyn ilatboal ferry ran in the earliest eiays of the colony Only 225 years ago the entire real estate of the city was worth only 750000 The Bowery got its name from one legged Peter Stuyvesants bomverie or farm Trade with the Indians on Manhat tan island began a little less titan 300 years ago Far downtown thoroughfares are crooked because the colony was 30 years old before streets yere laid out Manhattan was the original Indian name of New York The name did not reappear until it became a bor ough name in 1897 The first American congress under the constitution met at Broad and tbereafter republic MEN AND AFFAIRS A E Dolbear who has just received the degree of LL D from rafts cot legs first came into prominence 40 years ago when he invented a writing telegraph In 1874 he invented a mag neto telephone in 1879 the static tell phonc and as long ago as 1881 a sys tern of wireless telegraphy The sultan of Turkey is anxious to win the good graces of the czar of Im sin lie has recently given the Musco rite ruler a present of two large porce lain vases and a tea service made in hub own factory One of the vases in tended fur the empress iis covered with oriental ornaments the other with scenes from oriental street life and pictures of Turkish palates lev IFrank 15 Ruse a chaplain in the nile States navy hears a strong re semblance to Admiral lewc lie anti hi wife were in Wilkesbarre Pa re cently and the rumor got abroad that the admiral was in town Mr and Mrs Hose took a I ruuhiiyride itt tthe after noun nlllwere followed by such crowd thaI it was necessary for some one Ito announce that he was not Ad miralI leweytutu that tthe demonstra tin was annoying Then the visitori were left in vece- Nagiyanpe a fullblooded Sioux In dian from Fut Shaw Mont has just been defied leader of the municipal band of Carlisle Pa and tthus enjoys tthe distinction of being the first red unto to assume dictatorship a mu sical orga uuiia t ion composed entire Iyof whiles Xaglyanpe who is a modest and uiiaskiiuiing young fellow has asMiuiLil the name of Hubert llruce in his intercourse with tthe pale rae He is an excellent performer on the ttrombone and has been a professional iiiuioiaii for some ttime Charles Tt Yerles iis credited with saying thatt men are in their appren tticeship until they reach tthe age uf 40 and that a business man is not ripe un tIii he iis ten years olilertban Ihat The London writer who iiiolcs him tthus draws this brief pen picture of the for miter Chicago ttraction magnate Pal1 lid darkeyed stilt viiil with white Ihair and mustache and an air of sub dued refinement Ithe railway autocrat might be taken for a quiet scholar rattier thou a graduate of the most strenuous ruiiiglua tuiht out lilt tchool of lighting In tthe world Jacob II SehilT the Xew York mil lionaire llItIIIIIII1 astonished coot ment some time ago by te1Iuit hug that his box in the Metropolitan opera house be exchanged for one in some other part of the house It is now learned that he objected to having the box next tto that owned by David La mar the Wall street man ami trotting horse owner Mr Scbilf and Mr La mar met itt a speculative fight at one time and it iis understood tthat the ex perience cost the former and his asso elates some 20011000 The sting left by that incident iis what induced Mr SrhiU to change his box HOW TO HANDLE CUT FLOWERS Most cut towers will remain fresh iiuch longer if placed in wateri only with those of their own Mini TIn waterI shouldi be changed dailyi in it ity case and the tlower stems well washed before replacing in tthe vies MignonetteI heliotrope miiiiitoi woody stemmed lowers art better away from oilier flowers after emit ting since they decompose iiiiekly And a single decaying leaf or stem will cause speedy failing fur tthe con tOuts of a large vase 5fesv drops of ammonia or a small pinch of salt will aid in keeping flow ems fresh occasionally Place in the bottom of the vase or reccplacle and pour the fresh water on top Hut donut allow the medicated waters to touch tthe blossoms Heliotrope tony be kept fresh some time by dipping the freshlycut stem tlips into water just off the boil nip again into very cold waterI tIbis hthaceNoi or dry hot air The fancy for placing cath kind of flower by itself has many points to Jnpalle1flowcri invariably And the Crlia Thixtrr way of arranging single blossom iin ttiny vases ititt row about the room resullc iu much delicate loveliness anti shows off the llowert sri Ii- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Nov 22 CATTLE eommon 3 25 Q 4 00 Butcher steers 4 85 0 5 00 CALVES Extra 7 75 HOGS Ch packers C 15 G 20 Mixed packers tti 00 j C 15 SHEEPExtra 3 10 3 2- 5LAMBSExtra 5 10 4j1 5 25 FLOUR Spring pat 3 85 8 4 10 WHEATNo 2 rcd t 7- 8No3red fjg 7- 4COnNNo2 mixed SOY OATS No 2 ntixei33h 34 RYE No 2 54Iz- SLAYCIt timothy 14 25 PORK Clear cut 18 50 LARD Steam Ql0 25 BUTTER Cb dairy r= 17 Choice creamery p 28- tAIPLESFnncy 2 50 1OTATOESler bbl 1 50 1 75 TOBACCONew 3 00 011 00 Old 795 016 00 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 50 ti 3 CO WHEAT No 2 red 75 tt 76 CORN No 2 mixed p 55 OATSNo2 mixed 33 RVE1o2 51 52 PORK Mess 1C 87j17 00 LARDSteam 10 75 10 80 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 45 i 3 55 WHEAT No 2 red 60 7J CORN No 2 mixed CGi OATSNo2 mixed t 36 RYE Western GO PORK Mess 18 00 018 50 LARDSteam U 50 Baltimore WHEATNo2 red 7G4 76 SouthernSample 70 j 75y4 CORNNo mixed C4 t G4j 33yCATTLEButchers HOGS Western G 80 tJ G 90 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 72 CORNNo2 mixed 63y 3111ORKMeaaLARDSteam 10 25 Indianapolis 72YCORNNoOATSNo 9 mixed 29i q so OI c WHO WAS EIR1ENDfD A PASTOR BY AN EMPEROR SAVED BY PERUNA Rev H Stubenvoll of Ellchorn Wis is pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran St JoInts Church of that place Rov Stubenvoll is the possessor of two bible presented to him by Empbror William of Germany Upon the fly leaf of one oi the bibles time Emperor has written in his own handwriting n text This honored pastor in a recent letter to The Ptrnna Medicine Co of Colum bus Ohio says concerning their famous catarrh remedy Peruna The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus Ohio aGentlemen I had hemorrhages of the lungs for a long time and all despaired of me I took Peruna and was cured Itgave m strength and courage and made healthy pure blood It Increases my weight gave me a healthy color and I feel well It Is the bcs medicine In the world If everyone kept Peruna In the house i would save many from death every year If STUBENVOLL Thousandsof people luiveeatarrh who would be surprised to know it because it lias been called some other namu than catarrh The fact is catarrh is catarrh wherever located and auother fact which is of ipially great importance is that Pcruna cures catarrh wherever locatedCnlEttehQlsk Srhrmr- Jonesireen sent a dollar to a man who advertised a titan for making a quarter yi ld 300 per cent profit in less than two minute Brown So And did be get thedetired informationlie did The titan wrote and told him to take a quarter and cut it in two halresChicmoDaily Four Dully Trains In fit PanlMlnnr apoll via ChlcnKo t orllMvcnt era Hallway Leave Chicago 0 a in 030 p in the IightdthroughoutI schedule Most complete and luxurious equipment in the We 1 Dining car mvirc antidescriptive trNtticketFifth Avenue Chicago IiI Old OMIT Quads Funnyman tried writing hi goblekpenSpace matter vitii the typewriterThe rang too ctenhnilaAmerican Ifyou do not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Pcrunn write at once to Dr Hartinan giving tI t full statement of your case and hu wil be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Dr Hartinan President oI Itlliress I Sanitarium = Columbus 0 Only irrntih In Sure Dollv said the siki1ri Hyroller tII hit little daughter hjs it occurred to yet thatjIl1ra might die and go to heaven No replied the child bemuse a J questionAndlie saul 1 dont think he trillaSt though of course he inav have to dn seme ilaj Philadelphia Pre Its Worth the WhileI To know of the prosperity and uuequallen inducements in tnc Scuthwett Illustrate pamphlets Indian Territory Texas Old Mexico Winteri fours Trad IFollow the Flag etc will lie sent fre bv writing James Barker Gcnl Pits it Wlinwrilhmllu Drnil ErtT Young Man So Mi Ella ija your oldes iter Who conies after her Small UrothcrXobo aint come a yet but pa says the ft fcIow that come can have her tltvrlarid Lculer I The highest exercie of charity is chat I itv toward the uncharitable Buckmini I I ter It iit up to the bookkeeper to kef crtcd Inicapo Daily News Ir a I i j Tlw L thujlet stars an the star dam vf the sand W L Oonclai made and told user rapnl Good yar Writ used Sewed Proreitt hon IU Iktflnt J aa dliprote Chi uttirntntuJuuv = j Colt Mutt Kanroe Vast Color 1yetrts used I t W L DOUGLAS MASS of t t I ieaa beet get alt the n I tnd concentrate it iO the uttermost ha an ounce ot our EUracl tttee is alt the nutrition ofl many honds of beef Tn get mOle rstrmenhl to the ounce is iiunpousibie I OurBookiet How to Make CoodThingsl to Eat mailed free I DISCOlU en II onl ia tsik 10 li3 trtml-Pete Or ifIi uuixS soss i i II nun ti I Fond Mother Io wish you would look over some of tty little Ilay s sketches and give me 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