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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pimSINGRflTES l1erJyear 2O hear licar 1o jjesr w a AmentaState and District t- ttt CO County oaccrs tiOO 45 COO calls on candidates lJ 4 5VrVitenp 5i Cents line ftI- tnarlesj 11tUc Tribute Etc pre A- STtKc a line where copy U J jMnebi as locals 5c a line 7 s of to the H of Duties Would Not the Evils of In a Com Is in Labor Unions and CorporationsMany b of the b ifci S nite s r House of Represents We itin continue In a period of 1i hpen1UIoltA ouW 1II1ce It ro lblp irI bi urIe leg b e5 cruugti 10 deslro- will undouIIlY I le1lOt ii J10D The ae vIU recede but thee c1UntlltI IniieoiBpoied ot men the descendant of Ssatrt or In a unst pioneers them CPM melt wJsnowed out frOnt among ftiteioi the old w ord bj the energy hUS ItJ lwe of arture found In JSirawa eater heartf Such a ration 50 Ucr wCI surely wrest success from to- rttt p ope we have plavil Urge pUt k l4 world ar4 We tiporl tnikngr- otaTe rnCCCII I the pat Ii SuccUr the vnts of fhe last four years CVe jtBdtelr decided that for woe or itaL ur place must be great among ZrtttaJ We may either fall greatly criMMxl greatly but we cannot aold 1 u avor from which either grvat fall WIt or Pt wccess mut come Even If nwsad we cannot play a mall part7 ETC ttouli try all that would follow C Jidi be tfctt we should play a large pirt fesKj aid tcamefully- Camiea of Proiperlly Si wcntry has ever occupied a higher atee of material wellbelnR than ours it UM present moment Thl wvllbelng a due to no sudden or accidental causes itt u the play of the economic forces k thtt country for over a century to rim our sustained and continuous Mldej the high I Individ iii citizenship Great BtBSes have ben won by those who Wn taken the lead In this phenomenal UvtrlalI developm nt and most of thee fcrtaes have bern won not by doing td but M n Incident to action which Itfbemfittd the community an a whole 9tnt before has material wfllbelns ian 10 widely diffused among our pvo II Great fortunes have bren accum Ikttd and yet In the aggregate these Stmaes are mall Indeed when com jotd to the wealth of the people as n tele The plain people are better off fcu they have ever ben befor The sBBnnct companies which are prac Ba2r mutual benefit societies especlal ly fetlpful to mn of moderate means nprtsent accumulations of capital which lit vnong the largest In this countr Ben art more deposits In the savings tub mere owners of farm more well psd wage workers in this country now Starrer before In ourhixtory Of course t co the conditions hove favored the nvth of so much that was good they growthdl lIlT that we should endeavor to cut out ttt Poll but let us keep a due sense of lportloa let us not In fixIng our gaze on the lesser evil forget the greater ofemdtcadneehlofrinatie 1mdevelopment This hethekedldImIIIbll0duty If we did not try to remedy thenfli but we shall succeed only If we jrocetd patiently with practical common IIaraling1MtoIMfonur r1dci TilE TKISTS JieCaa Be Controlled Only by Na tlonal Ta congresItthozibigfcntafe business often with some ten tspularioa tililItxsteps ii Itemed A fundamental requlste of IKS efficiency is a high Mandard UiIJCTidBal energy and excellence ablEI whkhtUllOtmilltalIt buscrIizallonpouJt1rtTlncoieiscrilalt thewrleIr corporate iranchh irIICII a way as to prevent the rnsusetbeue power anti espeily COrnblratlona Porto cnrpiiratlcruItol4 be managed under public reguia t unileroulIbnecuntrPtrYlalcnJ iteJZSil Jcton Our aIm IId nut to do107 with corporations on the contraryp 5ee bIg aggrjat on art an Inevitable a dtTelOpent of modern Intlustrlallom m aeffort wayc that wit rJwk the I i W entrpolltlethe way of rpgulalng antI sutervIoltip ov Corporatlons untIl we nx clearly In theeomtoast lii liT evll In them We lIFO nut hostile fcrthtrn we are merely dctermlned that 27 be so handled as to subset linetatCalillallot whit alone i Us alIb his fellow performs romePeat In4uatral fiat by ivhich he winsletry Is a elldoer not a wrongdoerFtrided only he works In proper antiI jWUaate Iflinjs We wish to favor such 1ala when he dses well We wlfh to if9erTItg and control hIs actions only to CtTOtt him from jng III PuMirltyOdo to harm to the honest corpora3 soil we need not be overlfndereot Ppaflng the dishonest corporation S an reguiaifrg the ccmbiraI Jf cSi t alcp the great erterprltes whlcl I legitlt3 reCuced the cost of Iri- r r tot t a c1Ilied whichi u won S ofr industrial world calla cloSard mires of turning thet Sc L ut a market for what CVowa Ira erce upon the Impossible May IB achl virg the possible exi iEI et I I good ard I ciIOtibi4ructray bttCts to the hIstorIc truth Iha I i IOliiUo s it the sure I on hethoof recula th11OUrgorernmer I revrIarurablploIe cutout o wfcatf ver f rIPhas arisen IiI I eJfetIIIIUllonalatOtetisary leglcwI hcrrvze hst rrtrIvt1V J k THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of CI Jonathan and His Continent by Max OKcIl SPNeBR eePERtownet I an lii Gku MountainsThdvancen VOL HAZEL GREEN WOLFE CO KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 4 1902 NO 16 OOSEVELT TO CONGRESS Annual Communication Upon Questions Importance Nation flEWS ON THE TRUSTS AND TARIFF Lowering Import Remedy Monopoly Believes Tariff missionMuch That Good Needs Nation tnrLtrojme rVurto AeIIonI IowC unIv futIlelt aZlrcj tareIsbecornta cAtlrltlnlprratora leastheuubbornf oafeguartiagatrr countre1 OhtocomrnercI arctthlita XVIII euuponregulative power of the congress and thata wlc anti I mearsllbefi rror dII iioer1minatItncrllplernpelillor I rcaPltalizallonlarder of the congress to r Kuate piwlwith foreign rpraltrqulremertsthereofjsdthereinIi IhecocshIeratlor ittoprovisionsI and effectiveI In Itsi operatIonspI IfrallyaofJuillcatedthe oItthepurposes above Set forth by such a law fromamencurebeond TnUI froaaIOre proposition advocated has been the I reachIl i ot merely would this Lc wholly IIneffectivebut the diversion llhtherefdirecton falI I rpora1tlorI thitghtest I I save ogeneralas such change Interfered with the I only relation of the tariff to big corpora iI I makesm1nUfActurt1il remedy mpiyIFeremove i I directed against tru ts would inevitably re i II whooreazn should be not by urwlse tariff changes toj give ej iI ovettmerticj II feltchancean tariff charges which itfavorablgJl rtgulalnrlfolt I j revisionStabIlItyI IIItIrThecuurtrThisaiwaytbeII f tx loceet3ngyi h ttmshould be destroyed or that there should biOurpastIty In this country has always come I ounlr3cantitI ureitI i tarttlitr l r hat prospered order them and I prosper IitltIntollenltncut schedules than to upset business by too Imottt1fresllirI ouihus4nesal hope that partisanship may be nilrey ex subjectbitti II i toIi hlIII I I I i I fromtimereap rshlttlngrattoraII I I that the matIttto trcnthreatdislocation rHIproduce paralyse In thebusiness energies of the communIty Th tirst lorMderatlor ir inaklrKihesecharxe s wculot 10 tintcipepuingtmr1cmfullequallti j I 10morlI tnj rabor cost here and abroad The wellbe lbeJlgtreatedwhoeeranchargeflauarollfmOne WilY in which ties readjustment sought can be reached IIs by clpnioty I treaties It iIs rreatly to be desired thatsuch canbeiI I 11Jhe11 OJfdamagsake of the maximum of rood arrnm ratiUaI it to be no for the endeavor to Ctreatiesothers ot I III I1IShoultII i Need of n TartlY onllloof Wherever tile tariff conditions are suchI i II that a needed change ca mat with ad vantage be made by the application of the reciprocity Idea then It orn be made outright by a lowering of dutiei on a given product If possible erich thong should be male only after the fullesti consideration by practical rxperts who should approach the subject from a bn l I ness standpoint having In view hot c- merclal I particularI interests affected and wellbeing of the people as a whole The machinery for providing such careful investigation can reaillyi be sup plied The executive deparn ent has al ready at its disposal methods of collect Ing facts and figures and If the con gress desIres additional consideration to that which will be given the subject b- Its own committees1 then a commission Ii 3t1pllnlctliaction by the congress after a deliberate and scientific examination of the variousi schedules as they are affected by the changer and changing conditions TheiI unhurried and unbiased report of this commission would show what changes i should be made In the various schedules I goII rcrlt or upsetting Its tixecl economic trwI Icy The cases in which the tariff can pro t duce a monopoly are so few as to con i ztttuteaTw4trabIetactOr In the IquestlqhI but of colwee If In any case U be Round that a given rate of duty does Promote a monopoly which works III nil protectionist would object to such redutlon of the duty as would equalize competition In my Judgment the tariff on anthra cite coal should be removed and anthra cite put actually where It now Is nom inilly on the free list This would bavc nf TJ t a 51 save la crtet i ut la J M4 crIsp It might bt of peopIeNeeded Financial LeirlsUllon b lntelest iftIro a ilotenit tt ttetIaUstrftsi c an e In ordertOtes may be tIparatedt prt1tntIheslrlnltencle8whichfleas It Is that legitimate busttan element nec1arji therg hould bed monelUssltmFenantsof00Iacedburdfnofcirculation ofourdomesllc thelasuethatitAlwaytavailable ofthecountryIt unheceseary haitbecentury but some adaltionalI legislation eablesumclently requirements approrlalefutureIitlslathe view of encouraging the use of such Instrumentalities Will automaticallyI I Mtprly gionlyof circulationl h andegll maklnjf all kinds of i wttifsbed gold standard TilE LABOR PROBLEMa nlnhm Conlalna MnehThmt tvUood II endSome lOadhl forlabornheekfmployer or employe without weakening hamperingandI of the country Is a problem fraught with ofthesanity and farsighted common sense ThillIIII Exactly as business men flnd they mustften work through corporations and ast o Is a constant tendency of these cur PoratIon to grow larger so It is often Infederationpt lifeOothi I lbr can db much good ami as a net evilOpposItIonsorganizationhould xl anyiventacks upon corporations us such nor upon mostfarIl1chlngi pe has bdtt accomplished through both corporations and unions Etch must re- rsito from arbitrary or tyrannous Inter wan the rights of others Or alikeIlhOUlI general public and the conduct of each rulifreedom antI of justice ant fair dealing toward all Rant shCuM remember thatIIn addition Ib power It must strive after the realization of healthy lofty and gen VfryIl hlsibertyas longtiiof otters It Iis of the highest Impor tance that employer ant emplove sibshnuM rntieavprC appreciate etch theviewpoint 6f the other arid the sure din astr that will come upon both In thellong run If either grows to take as habt ual an attitude of sour hostility and die ltrmt toward the other Few people de serve bolter nf th countrj than those representatives both of capital and labor antI there are many such who work continually to bring about a god undeN atsuilingif this kind bad upon wisdom and upon broad antI kindly sympathy between employers and employedI Above all we reel to remember that any kind class animosity in the political world- sI If possible even more wicked even more destructive to national welfare than sectional race or religious animos tity We rats get rood government only upon condition that wp keep true to the principle upon which this nation was lounJed and Judge each man not as a part of a class hut upon his Individual merits AU that we have a right to ask of any man rich or poor whatever hscreed hs occupation his birthplace or hs residence IIs that he shall act well and honorablv by his neighbor anti byC his country We are nether for the rich man as such nor for the poor man as such we are for the upright man rich or i oor So Jar as the constitutional powers of the national government touch these matters of general itnil vital mo ment to the nation they should tworcisetl in conformity with the prlnc pie above set fortl- titerousmend Departnirul of turn rnerce It if earcetiy hope that a iwretary oftcommerce may be created with a iat t tre cabinet The rapid multiplication of letUoi affecting ibor attf capital tbt growth attf torcplex uf the jrgtrIzatloiia through which bath labiir an taplnl rtw ltdi expression the eay trut y to warC the employment of rkjtal r hugs etirtIOe tit hc worurrful rl Ies of iliI tourtry twcrd l iCersp ir tie r- lPnlatroIbu lnet uMrlC justify an ur get C iranl for tht creation of such a po tli r Sutist rtUVyi all th ieaeMrg com mercial bnie ir this country have uiitei Ir rtquestlng its creatlor It Is te lrabl that some such measure as that which ha already passed he stnatrr le enacted Inta law The creatIon of each a department would in Use be an ailvarr toward elesi irs with ar exercising supervision over the whole subjevl of the erect corporatlurs doing an interstate busirest antI With th roII powers i mIghtbjwfltlA HKCiritOClTY Ireniilent l iilt the lilnntl vhouIUI IIHave CaDAldrrnllun I hope oor to submt to th senate a rcclproety treaty with Cuba On May J la t- tYr 0 tOted States kept Us promise to tht by formally vacating Cuban PitI aril turning fuba over to tboie whom her oWl peope had choitr a the first officials of the new republic btnerlfIc our people fet this thai Ir the Ilat anrncmsnt we eflnitey tcuk the ground trat Cuba must hereaiter have closer political relations with us thin with ary other power uurtI a rin Cuba po11thalI that Ir return she shoulJ be given seme of the benellts of bfcomlrj part of cur eco nomic jystem It It from our own etaniX poInt a shortsighted and mischievous pol icy to fail to recogrlzt this wed More over It U unworthy of a mighty and gen trOOP nation Itself the greatest ard most successful republic In Mstory lo refuse to Ftretch out a helping hand to a young and weak sister republic just entering upon Its ireer rf ird pcn rc We should aways fearlessly Insist upon our rights In the fare of the strong are we should with ungrudging hare Co f ijsenrrojs tuty lytlit i rwillIiforI r Ii rrnrket ant by every meats to foster our jpremacy In the trapcal lards and watersf outh of uo but aloes because we of theKlact republic of the north should make alt corIrentt t wejesre to show ourselves OlslrtertstCtiy anti effective their friend International Arbllrntlon As civilization grew warfare becomes orrorelnbtten ilized lowers are lirgely mete matters of international police duty essential for the welfare of the worll Wherever pos cihnulddifficulties between civilized ration al though as yet the work has tot progressed sufficiently to poirlble or reccs arlly desirable riefno arbitration IIn every case The formation cf the Intr national tribunal which vU at The mt19farefrom Tel U far tetter where PtjDI to Iinyck ar v l fjlf permanent tribunal than to create spe d reItgoot4 ItueThis was done last summer with most satisfactory results In the cue of a claim at issue between us and our sister hopetllIteft for otncraJn which not only titer United StrtUs but fr frti ruUlojix may take advantage of the machinery al ready in existence at The Hague I commend to the favorable conslilera lion of the congress the Hawaiian fire claims which were the subject of care ful Investigation during the last session THE PANAMA CINAIguFrench Company Offers a Good Title tIoIaTha rhngress has wIsKr provided that we shall build at once ate ttthinlnh canal IIt possible at Panama The attorney genlcral reports that we can undoubtedly quire good title from the French Panama lanaI company Negotiations are now pending with Colombia to secure her assent to our building the canal This canal will e one of the greatest engineering feats of he twentieth century a greater engineer lIng feat than haw yet been accomplished during ihe history uf mankind The wnrk shoulJ be carried out as a continuing lpolicy without regard to change of admlnistra tion anti It should be begun under circum sUice which will make It a matter of pride for all administrations to continue t crhhictII tecabe of advantage to ur Industrially ard is itS Improving our military position It wilt itt of advantage to titer countries of t tIropicalI I oped that all of these countries will do uc of already JoewithigI n dTIl ttnhda will Invite to their shores commerce ana IIttlprove their material con dltlons by recognizing that viability and order are the prerequisites of successful development No Independent nation inbAmerica need have the slightest fear aggression from the United State It be hooves each one to maintain order within lt own borders ard to discharge us Just obligation to forolgr rs When this Is dolt they can iet aMiire1 that he they strong or weak tliey hate nothing th rtreal from outslrfe Interference More and more the Increasing Interdependence and cornIsI piexlty of International political ard nomlc relations render It Incumbent on tell civilized and orderly powers to Insist on I JIDuring the tall of taut a communicationI was addressed to the secretary of state asking whether permission would be corporatlonCalifornia coast to the Philippine Islands l by way of Hawaii A statement of conIj illtloni or terms upon which such cor I P ratf n w iUd ttml rtitke to lay I operate a cable was voluiiteerfUl Itnt1I Inasmuch as tire congress was shortly to convene and PacificI cable legislation hail been tile subject of consideration by the congress for several years It seemedI Ito me wise to defer action upon the ap plication until the congress hail first an opportunity to act The congress ad Journed without taking any action leav leg the matter in xactly the same con ditlon In tIt stood when the con gre s convenei j Meanwhile ct appears that the Com merclal Pacific Cable company hadI promptly proceeded with preparations for laying Its cable It also made applies tloa tu the president for access to antiI use of soundings taken by the 1T 8 Nero for thus purpose of discovering a practicable route for a transPacifIc cubiC the company urging that with ac mpllItsrequired to take soundinics uiion Its own waccountMUhjtct It njipeared important and sicoolrablv Ilo attach certain conditions iisthe txrmlsiiion I examine anti use the soundings if it slioulil be granted In ronsoqueiice of this solicitation otthe cable compan certain condtlons were formuiutfd uiion wlllch the prtftl dent was willing to allow access to these 3soUndiltgs PandImpoFe1hperconnection of some kind with China a foreign country wits a part of tile com lUnys plan This cure was miireover prcdlnlInchUnK eIacise f the tlrst French cable explaineeito tiltS congress In his annual meysaci of L Member 1T5 and the Instance occur ritic In 1ST9 of the second French cab from fired to St Plerr with a branch to Cape Cod These conditions prescribed amongI other things a maximum rate for com mercial inessakPs aoll that the company Iilimej pryent is IIs well known x Drillsh lino Manila to HongKonefIT representatives of th cable roni putty kept these ronillllons tone und r ponsljeratlon coniinung In fho mean time to prepare tier laying the fbltI tijtvir however at length acc leliI to an allAmerican Iline be twcen our Pncllic coast and the Chinese Ihrit i ll I taI or LUihts PHILIPPINE ISLAM The Pollir of HoldliiK Them Its Ileen Vlnillciteil On July t last OT the cine hundreil ani l twentysixth annlv rr ar of the declara i lIon of our Ittiepetdciee an ntsty WeT promulgated1 13rbtnlh tpine iIslanis Some trocilites hits situ ti i from time to llili threatened with the Mi hamrretun Moros but with the 1st insurrectionary Filipinos the war ha entirely ceased Civil govertuniei i has nosy been Intrcducexl ot only lotI i eachh FiilninoI enjoy such rights to I I ax Ij happinesshe tho i I I j t m re IhlopI an l ejII any tutu their own governments pine the Jatnili i ese ione We have not gotii too far ittI grnntin thH rIghts of liberty and self BOvnrnmeht hut we have certainly gone to the ilmlt that in the interests of the Philippine people themselves It was wise j ROfatertall calamity on the people of the l 5 I Tands No policy ever entered Into by the American people has vindicated I ssif It in more signal manner than thet ky of holding the Philippine rite POIImph of our arms above all the i j haI0 II I c dotiii I an1Ii oclfgoveriorment in the grounl thus them The courage this unflinching en durance the high KoMlerlv and th general klndheartednesa ledI humanity cf our trcops have been strik ingly manifested There now remain onlyI RomP I50CO troops In the Islands All told over 100KO have been sent there Of course there have been Individual IIn stance of wrongdoing among them They starred under fearful dimcuHlej of clfraate anti surroundings and under the traIn ot the terrible provocations which they continually receive from their toes occasional Instances of cruel retaliation occurred Evoy effort has been made to prevent such cruelties and finallyI these efforts I vc been completely suc cessful Every effort has also been made to detect and punish tbe wrongdoers I theIIIn 5 deed have teen the Instances In which war has beei waged by a civilized power I barbarousIwellnls Incalculable TakIng the work of the army and the Questlonco n time the world han amen a better exam pIe of real constructive statesmanship than our people havq given In the PhilI ippine islands High should also he given thotc 1J01in the frr e patt VTV numnrous wfcQ hava Accept ctj t L the new condition and joined with our to work with hearty od will for the wefare of the Island I urgently call your attention to the need orf gtlftply rfepirtmefitJ in ih lines of the bill proposed by the secretary nf itar ItU rWhen the young officers enter from Wet Point they probably stard above their compeers In any other military service Every effort should be made by training by reward of merit by scrutiny IInto their careers and capacity to keep them cf tiF tatU high relative excellence throughout their career The NationalhThe mtl ure providing for the rtorgarl zatlon of the militia system ancf for occuriring the highest efficiency In the ard which has already passed thehouse phoutd receive prompt attention ard ac I the netlonand volunteer forces of the Knifed States th t shLoeheert y tem shotiH he adipicufm NEEDS OF T1IK XAVT I M ore hip and lIen Needed tu Keep Pare rrllh the limesteFor the first time in our history raslg u m hnterm coiralat shtentionI I the navy but It Iis yet far from what It should be I esrnftI iheaserInorytoitthe oily trM IRnt euint are the chub that hit It Iis necessary ts Vovile aMplepfunds for practice with the great itlCOnot only for the purchateof projectiles hut fo sergun crews and especially the gun pointer ard for perfecting ar intelligent system tirftert hlch stare II is possIble to Set good practice There should be no half ls tht work of- uulldirg up the navy providing every yapTadditional fighting craft We are atrich country vast in extent if andagreat In population a country moreover which has ar army diminutive indeed whenifcompared with that of any other firstclassApow r We have deliberately onn reftalti foreign polIties which demand he It055esCIOn 01ci nrslIas navy The cl thellciencyfitlent sue but If we have an Inadequate avy ubin the building of the canalI would Jj p01lprrihnujd be treated ao the cardinal feature of Atnvrich fireljm policy but It would Ibe w than Idle tu It unless ti ptitleutI flsurest guaranty of peacetEach Individual unit of our navy shouldt reganllII fount ih ini nrtrlfl IH ynur pedal atptentioni to the reed of JirfiVidlng for the I Oanningj m I I thnatens us If we carrot do better thttttcw e are now doing as regards eecurirg the services of a sufficient number ot the high e matTho veteran seamen of our arof high be n davy1 they lire unsurpassed In ilarintt In rerolu tioii in rar1lta li ttnt ugh knowledge c h IrInrflderaUni f nItI nuM the finest ship with the uieeuiIiaet batery are to send It afloat with a raw j II IndlrualitIfII i IroSflhr I ikveferrieeient i nei7 thousar Lil hrdertooIdecl Iilasses at the naval school at Arrapoi jI should be greatly esiargeii At the same II IweI tirciheht at thise al the lead of the list w etppslitromotion I iic ketetefitciertThere on the horizon at resent There seems not the slightestI I chance of trouble with a foreign rower I We mod earnestly hope that this stale of things may continue antI the way fo iInyure Us continuance lIi to provide for thoroughly efficient nary 11IjrCu1to maintain such a navy wrtull hInt trouble and f trouble came would Insure disaster Fatuous selfcomplacency or vanity or shortsightedness In refusing to prepare for danger tIa both foolish and wicked In suds a nation us ours and past experience hns shown that Such fntullr1n refusing to recognize or pre crils advance la usuallyI aJnfIlassucrrejcl by a fear oneS the crisis has arlualbarrl Rural Free Delta sewIThe striking Iticreaie In the revenues Irof th 101st offlo li parimrnt shows rlrarly the prosperity of our peoiile alidI fIe tiltit I ountryIpot depart men for the need year ending June 0 llast Amountetl to lhlS1e4tT5 an Increase o oiAkS3S over the preceding arIli largest Increase kown In the hNury of tIns pulhl rvic4 The iiiaKtiIliiJi ofr tOils iittesui will bpt appear fiuiu the fi i thit the entire asocial I recelnts fur the cr POe amountnl tfi but Irli0i7Rural free delivery service IIf no longer 11 the exi frlmnlalIta p it has become i listed trolley The results following Us i ilIintroduction have fully justifiedI the con Ij grers In the large appropriations made for its tiililKhrnent and extension The IaverageI I c ito In the rural distrIcts of the coun try irt iiboiit two per cent We are no able by IctuCl results tn show that where rural free delivery sorVUe halO Uen estsbllilieil to such an extent JP I enable ocr to make comparisons Ihe yearl10IIi Increasei has been upward of ten per tIIIII delivery routed hail been established andI were t n operation covering about one thin of thr territory of the CoIled States nlct1hrtp department petitions and applications for the establishment of 1074S additional routes This chows conclusively the want which the establishment of the service has met and the need of further extend JUltIl1dI the practcal benefits to our rural pop- ulatIon It brings the men who live on the soil Into close relations with the ac tIne busness world It keeps tiles farmer In daily touch with the marketa It Is a potential educational force It enhance farmIlIfrI I It Is to be honed folllie congress will make liberal appropriations for the con tlnuancc of the service already estab llshed ard for Its further extension VTOKTFK of Irrlcatloa Few subjects of more Importance bar e been taken up by the congress In recent years than the Inauguration of the sys tern of nationally aided irrigation for the arid regions of the far west A good bei ginning therein has been made Now that this policy of national Irrigation ha 5 been adopted the need of thorough antI rclentlHc forest protection will grow more rapidly than ever throughout the publicland states So far as they arc available for agrltculture an to whatever extent they may be reclaimed under the national Ir rlgation law the remaining public lands should be held rigidly for the homebuilder the selller who lIves on his land and for no one else In their actual use the desertland law the timber anti stone law and the commutation clause of the homestead law have been so perverted from the Intention with which they were ifenactedUrge areas of the public domain for oth er than actual Kettlcrs and the cons C luenl prevention of settlement More over the approaching exhaustion of the public ranges has nf late led to much discussion ax to the best manner of using these public lands in the west which areI suitable chiefly or only for grazing The round and stead development of the west depends upon the building up of homes thereto Much of oar prosperity as a nation has been due to the opera tlon of the homestead law On the otheri hand we should recognize the fact that In the grazing region the man who cor respond to the homesteader may be unable to settle permanently If only allowed to use the same amount of pasture land hat his brother the homesteader 1Ii al ionftl to use qf arable land One nun o cJM HvA sixty acres of fairly rice 144 wellI watffM Mil or a touch smsJJrf imount of IrrlgitM land may kHD a family In plenty Iorade C00l4 t a living from trsIJUfI nd capable of supporting at slde only one head of cattle to every tnacres In the past great tracts of the jhe ihllc domain have been fenced In by j rfae7r4j havingt no title thereto In direct de fiance 67 lInc iw forbidding the main te nance or construction Of any ouch un ilawful Inclosure of public land For va rious reasons there haa been llltl Inter ference with such Inclorurea In the past bu beee CenJtthe government will he Ioesjia0sirjt Alnnksl ifftilMtittu 4k4 rp especially urge upon the eongrts tle of wise legislation fOr Alaska It aeritAlaska which lias been outs IS yearsafOy ai diwaore valuable possession In mineral W lliIIn fisheries furs foreats arid jhltn Ilend available for certain fif fArrnng and slock growing Itkindsla te rritoryitt size and varied Onurcermanent population Alaska needs a E domesteadstourage tothets to the buildingI up of homest tTlI dotypethe actual rettlef Whom we most de sire tn see take possession of the coun try The forests of Alaska shOUM W wrotected behtI i tLler S l7ut4 be allowed to cut tim be under proper regulations for their own ue Laws should be enacted to protect the Alaskan salmon flsberiti against ihe greed which would dutroy them They should be preserved a1 a ernsincnt u ran3nt rlih supplr byjrntdnd fisheries Alaska should have a dele ate In the congret It would be well a congressional committee could visit laska and Investigate it ne ds on the ground The lodUos In dealing with the Indians our aim uhoulil be their ultimate absorption into tthe MM nt our people But In many cases thIS absorption must and should very stow In portion of the Indian oferritoryon at the same time With progress itoweitltli and education so that there are lenty of men with varying degrees of h purity of Indian blood who are abso f lCi Indistinguishable In point of social j1u choiutaiwhite1 ts4eiat There are other mribesceptlble advance tow M Ucb equality To try to force such tribes too fist tP to resent their going forward at all More J VPt the tribes live under widely differ nt conditions Where a tribe has made itIjCtfisritilC advance and lives on fertile farming soil It la possible to allot the embers lands In yveralty much as Is j case with the whlt4 attlrs There are other tribes where soch course is not On the arid prairie lands the tiffortllead pastoral rather than agricultural lives and to permit them to settle In villages rather than to force them mt- tolittlUtIit The i0F5 lr San school situated retool from any Irtish mervatlon fo a special a i sltutmense amount of additional work roust bep mor4r Oij the young I atnihiarelmporisrtnteplowariIcel t j im TO ntryu ll living yet It llattot nerd isrlly to Le Hsnm iJ that In each commur iiy all Irtlan mUff bcnrn either tiller of the soil or stock ran tri Their Industrie mav properly be diversified and those wb c d Austrlalshould be encouraged so far ar practicable tto follow out each his own bent Mrnllflo Ltd la Farmer In ro uietiatttheet of governmental work ini rerr nt year hate titer been greater sue c thheaid t them how most efficiently to help them s tintS Them if ro reed of InslstIrUPOiJlIts importance for the futmer is fundamentally necessary lo the of the republic whole lead jd ttltirranimal and vegetabi plagues ana war when Kite ltttoducgd famuchfanner by the Introduction of new plants specialty fitted for cultivation under the peculiar conditions existing In olff rrtpettier of the country New cerass have been Aahtlsled r the semiarid westt For Intarci h pmHlcsblllly of produc Irg the best types of rnanaror wheat Ir lois ofalt annual ralrfiti of only ten imirch s or thereabouts has beecconflutlve It l Shenlthe prodtictlon ft rice In this country has been made to aboat eqtut the home Ot matil Ir the southwest the poMlblllty of iregrabeer ceiconstrateit In tics north titers Leew forage crops have been Introduced whle n the east It has beer shown that Mfoe of kshippedtmarketThe District of Columbia IIt the only pattof our frrltory Ir which the rational got j errment eterclfe s local or municipal funci tiers am where In cor qtierye the got ernment has a free fcarl Ir reference to certain tvnes of s iclal and economic leglsj ljtatitunmunicipal In their gorerl 2 merl should see to it for Instance thai th hvglenlc and sanitary teglslatlon affecting Washington Is of a high character Th evils of tum dwellings whether In lh tishapeshOut never b permitted to grow up IB Wailiirgtor The city should be a model r every respect for alt the cities of theI country The charitable ar J correction fVitem of the district should receive con ithei0 of tOte not advanced thought In thet e fields Moreover while WaitngtoD Is re H green Industrial clfy there Is some Indus trialism here and our labor legislation whIte it would rot b Important ir luelf might be made a model for the rest of the nation We should MM for Instance a wise empoycrViiablTtty act for ftc I trict of Columbia and we need such an act In our navyyardr Railroad companies In the Oittrlct ought to be required bylaw to block their frog- slruinrftoR for Hallway Emplaye The safetyappliance law for the belt r protection of the lives anti limbs of rall way employee which was pasted In 1MJ went Irto full effect on August 1 JXU It ha resulted In averting thouiajds of casualties Experience shows however the necessity of additional legislation lo per 1passed1I iin be hoped that tome such meaiure may row be enacted Into law Gratifying progress has been marie dur Ing the year in the extension of the merit system of making appointments In the government service It should b extended by law lo the District of Co lumbla It Is touch to be desired that h3lawofandproved fltneis The New White Muse Through a wise provision of the con gresfl at Its last session the white house which has become disfigured by Incon groom additions and changes has now been restored to what It was planned lo be by Washington In making the restor atlons the utmost care haa been erer clsed to come as neat as possible to the early plans and to supplement these plans by a careful study of auch buUdlnga as that of the fnlverslty of VirgInIa which was bulk by Jefferson The whlta house Is the property of the nation and ao Ifar as iis compatible with living therein It should be kept as It originally wax for the same reasons that we keep Mount Vernon as It originally was The Mate ly xlmpllclly of Ita architecture la an expression of the character of the period In which It was built arid In in accord with the purposes It was designed te serve It Is a good thing to preserve such buildings as historic monuments which keep alive our sense of coot In uity with the nations past The reports of the several executive departments are submitted to till ctn gresi with this comnunlctlon THEODORE ROO8KV- e White Home Pecatabgr 1 I iISUBSCRIPTION RflTES llOoe year lo sdvsoceII IM in I ipmoslbs 16 t0 Thfeelatuoth M Slnglecopy 0 iiThe dote after jour csrae Indicate f if time ycu are paid to You should re if new 10 days before tine U out slid al iii wiyd cite postofflee county acd state 15 wtecareoewlogortobaveyoursddreas I- p changed fl- ltetolttatices ibould be ad by IL G- O rtvUterejl letter or bank draft I Kentucky Intelligence TO CREATE SYMPATHY Colored Woman Thrusts Needles and Pint Into Her Flesh j Lexington Ky Dee 1For a year or more Slit Carter A Negress hat en supposed to be hoodooed anti was called the human pin and needle cush n At Intervals she would fall in a fit and doctors would remove noodles anti pins from her fingers and toes and in voral Instances from tier mouth The doctors thought it to be a peculiar sease supposing the needles to have been swallowed She was recently arrested for injur g private property She lay down the floor and began to yell and call ed for Dr Tolea a Negro hoodoo octor and he came and administered her He staid that he had been tak g needles from her for the past l12 years He claimed that she was hoo ed by her enemies The police ilM not believe in this so sent him about hit business and called in Dr Helm ho examined the girl anti questioned t He then hogan to extract th needles and had hardly started before he understood the whole affair anti ex posed It The bits of noodles and pins which In each instance had the heads cut off had been foiced into the flesht t the Negress for tho sao of elicit ing cympathyidjaj SEVERAL MEN ARRESTED I Effort Made to Put An End to Gam bling In Lexington M4JLa Lexington Ky net 1The arrest a number of men here late Saturday n the charge of operating faro banks has developed the existence of a secret league of which pastors of all urches and prominent citizens arej embers It was organized six months ago a fund rained and counsel and detectives employed its object beg lo to put an end to gambling in Lex ington Every meeting and movement vas kept a secret until they had all titer evidence considered to be necessary tu 5 send a number of men to the peniten ary when warrants were sworn out The work has been done through a committee of 23 They claim to have the name of hundreds of citizens a number of them prominent in business id social circles Records of big loss es of the average number of players percentage and names of minors ami nuienla and a great mass of other evidence is ready The league prom- OS IiS sensations when cases are heard A PROLONGED SLEEP Jl- n Expreuman Remained In a Comatose State For 16 Days 1 Newport Ky Dec 1What is prob ably one of the most remarkable case at ever came to tile attention cf the physicians of Newport IIs that ot ohn Schroder an expressman who resides In Overton street near Eighth reet in this city Sixteen dayn ago as a result of ail from a fctepladder Schroder laps e d Into a state of total coma and onlyCregained consciousness Sunday Tu idd to the remarkable part of the caau five of his beet friends tiled during his protracted sleep Two weeks ago last Saturday fell from a ladder while do IIng some work around his house Con ciiRsion of the brain resulted Ic careful attention from Dr 11crIman it was impossible to revive the man Every known method was la en to no avail until Sunday when Ithe strange malady finally gave way t e the treatment and Schroder opened cola eyes and was conscious Election Officers Convicted r London Ky Dee 1in the fed fral court the jury in the ease of Unitpsd States TS J J McKenna and J B IRyan returned a verdict of guilty Tho men were officer of election at ILox Iington two years ago and wero charj ed with delaying voters and prevent Iing a number of Negroes frcin votlncr Contract Let MadisonvSlle Ky Dec 1It has been reported on gooey authority that the Illinois Central Railroad Co hat contracted with tie McArthur Bros Construction Co of Chicago for thu grading of the proposed road bed be tween Marion and the Ohio river oppo c lte CaveinItockCKentucky Mineral and Timber Lands Big Bone lap Va Dee 1 AJiR ynditate compoered of Chicago DuUtit and eastern capitalists has closed a deal for 100000 acres of fine mineral and timber lands in border counties of Eastern Kentucky anti has options OB 400000 acres more Shot Daughters Betrayer Louisville Ky Dec 1Ben Poll was shot twice by Mrs John Thirinc who claims that ho betrayed her dauh ter Blanche The woman fired five hots at the man anti his wounds aro so serious that he may dieCTwo Trains Collided Fulton Ky Dec 1Fast passenger train No 203 crashed into another train at the passenger station hereCFireman Herman Wolker of this place was bruised and the express messen Br waa slightly hurt Hunter Accidentally Killed Himself Owensboro Ky Dec 1Stephen Thrasher a son of John Thrasher near Potrie accidentally dlschargt1 his gun while hunting and Wiled himself inatatotI Fire at Henderson Ky Henderson Ky Dec 1flrc Sun toy destroyed Lanbert S mro ewr IDA Pleiion Dry Geods Co Lo IWOOO iRSUTMCt I8OW T I 1 I ff T T I T j THE HEHALD I aJIiSPRIfCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY r Dec 4 1902 +CURRENThCOAIMENT + There will soon be doings in beganEMonday 0000 The largest brick yard in the worldwill be established near St Paul Mimi It will cover 72 acres and spurs and tracks will run all over the ground 0000 Thesuccessfulmerchantsaro the ones who advertise Pick out the i most prosperous men in any town and you will find that they own newspaper space 0000 We do not know whether this notice was paid for or not but at any rate an Ottawa Kans paper I states that there is a lot of nico widows in that town ti 0000ti home a few I days ago with a big bag full of small game while Roosevelt re turned to Washington after a fruit less search for big game 0000 L Somo wise one should advise the women of Massachusetts to go west There are 80000 more women than men in that state Maybe they are not all young women however 0000 On the football fields during the past two weeks there has been seven fatal accidents and 1C seriously injured in less than a month Most of the dead and injured are college boys 0000 A shooting match between Roose velt and Cleveland wouldattract a large crowd Some enterprising t manager might advertise it as A f shooting of the stars Cleveland r recently shot SO ducks in seven hours I Large quantities oooo of wheat are I being shipped from Minneapolis to Puget Sound for shipment to Aus tralia Tho amount now under way is 1000000 bushels It will be ground on the Pacific coast There is a wheat shortage in the laud of the kangaroo 1 0000I Admiral Dewey is to command the greatest fleet in the history of America At the winter maneuv ers he will have 61 vessels com prising more than onehalf the entire t j force of the navy There is muchwork mapped out but there will be little powder burned 0000 The recent trial of Roland B Molineaux in New York for the murder of Mrs Adams has had the unique distinction of being the most costly case of the kindever known in any country where the Englishsystem of jurisprudence prevails tho total amount expend ed having been 500000 The expense of the first hearing to the county of New York was 250000 about twice the amount of the second The remainder represents the sum expended by tho friends r of the accused An exchange 0000 says Now is the I time to tell the story about tho farmer who stuck a bottle upon a fencepost on his farm by the side of the railroad track as a target passinglocomotives p fireman in 20 was able to resist the temptation and having no rocks to throw they would have to throw pieces ofcoal In this way the farmer always had coal to burn replacothehappened tOtSet hit Moral It is easier to cajole the coal trust than to force it Keep It In Your Home And properlywhen the bowels I LAXATIvaSJLUPUeffeciualljKwr the kidneys liver and bowels wlilkeep I IWdjwake If you know Malaria you certainly dont like it If you know Ayers Malaria and Ague Cure you certainly do like it ds Death of Green T Little Green T Little who was born and raised in this county and who migrated to Texas some 20 years ago died recently at his residenco in that state of injuries received from a fall from a buggy Tho particulars as near as wo haveI been able to obtain them are that two weeks prior to his demise ho was riding in his buggy when the horse got scared and Mr Little I was thrown violently to the ground lIe was internally injured in some way for ho only survived tho shock 10 or 12 days He was a brother 3f Uncle Phil Little of Lacy crook Canada Little of St Joseph Mo andother close relatives perhaps whose names we do not recall and himself good citizen in all that the term implies A host of his friends hereabouts will road this announcement withsorrow Rev Irl R Hi ks 1903 Almanac To say that this splendid work of science and art is finer and hot tor than ever is stating it mildly The demand for it is far beyond all previous years To say that such results reaching through 30 years are not based upon sound sense and usefulness is an insult to the intelligence of the millions Prof Hicks through this great Almanac and his famous family and scientific journal Wordand Works is doing a work for the whole people not approached by any other man or publication A fair test will prove this to any rca sonable person Added to tho most luminous course in astronomy for 1103 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 ofsingle Almanac including postage and mailing is 80 cents Word and Works with the Almanac is 100 a year Write to Word and Works Publishing Co 2201 Locust Street SL Louis Mo and prove to your self their great value A Lovely Christian Lady Mrs Annie Clark of Indianapo lis was the guest of Mrs W 0 Mize last week having come to bo present at the dedication of the college to visit Mrs Mize and look on our beautiful inountainswhich to her was as strange a sight as the prairies of her state would be I to one of our citizens who had never seen their broad expanse We were glak to have her with us especiallywhen we have been in formed of her life work She is to be honored for her many virtues and is the superintendent the Central Christian Church Sunday school of her city the attendance of whichon the day before sne left for Kentucky numbered WIand the collection for homo missions same day being over 135 Bought a Blue Grass Farm The SentinelDemocrat notes the fact that Will Swango has bought of Col Tom Johnson of Montgom ery county his 200acre farm five miles from Mt Sterling on the Paris pike for which he paid 80 per acre cash It is believed here that the purchaser is none other than oqr friend WT Swango who lersburgButhad an idea that Billy carried as muchas 16000 about him as cash pocket change However Will is a hustler and deserves to have a fair share of the good things of this life Loss of Vitality- Is loss of the principle of life and is early in dicated by failing appetite and diminishing strength and endurance hoods Sarsaparilla is the createst vitalizerIt acts on all the organs and builds up the whole system visitinghisof Lacy creek and other relatives and friends in this vicinity Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble IKidney trouble preys upon the mind dis and lessens ambition beauty vif nr by cheerfulness soon when the kid are of order diseasedKidney trouble has so prevalent 1 is not uncommon r a child to be born weak kid If the child cnn too often if the urine scalds the if when the child reaches an age should be able to control the yet afflicted with bedwetting It the cause of Ihe difficulty Is malland and the step should be the treatment of these important This unpleasant trouble is dueto a condition of the kidneys and not to a habit as most people Women as well are made miserable with bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mild and effect ofISwampRoot is It is by dwgglsts i cent and one d sizes You may sample bottle out it withr first sold paootingthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton IL Y be sure and mention thU paper h IIIIIII i A Very High Compliment The stockholders of the bank recently incorporated at Campton 1 have highly complimented our ffellow citizen R J McLin by prof ering him the presidency of that iinstitution Mr McLin however Ihas not yet accepted and has the matter under consideration Ho says that if tho bank were here he would not hesitate a minute in deed would bo proud to have it I but located as it is it would bo in convenient to say tho least A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very ex pensive Occasionally life itself j is the price of a mistake hut you ll never be wrong if you take Dr Kings New Life Pills for dyspepsia dizziness headache liver or bowel troubles They are gentleI yet thorough 25c at J T Days Hazel Green and S S Combs i Sons Campton drug stores QfiPTifPo DilullliD Qflfp udlu for Taxes By virtue of taxes due the Sheriffof Wolfe county for years 10011902 I will on MON daybetween4 oclock p m at the court house door iin the town of Campion Ky expose to public sale for cash in hand the following realI estate or so much thereof as may be neces ary to satisfy the taxes and costs towit PRECINCT No2 ailjoiningN It Graham town lot in Hazel keen Tax and cost 802 Mason Kash town lot in Hazel Green Tax and cost 379 Sarah K Kash town lot in Hazel Green Tax mid cost fcSS Samuel Moores Heirs SO acres of land 373 adjoining laud of J D Hose Tax and corn 11 W S Willis 30 acres of land adjoining land of Morgan Spencer Tax aud cost 234- rilEClXCT No 4 adjoining1041K aeljoininglanel283John adjoinia283Hobert alljoinilgland ClandSlandIg WtECIXCT NO 7 John T Murphy 105 acres laud adjoin CunnorIWolfe STAMPER County I I OLD FATHER TIM Has made remarkable changes inI the mauufacture of j WATCHES AND CLOCKS We carry a line of Newest Designs and latest improved timepieces PRICES RANGE FROM 50D to 500 npwanlllI I buythatFRED J HEINTZ I East Main Street Opposite Phoonix Hotel LEXINGTON K- YCOMMKCIAL SCHOOLS want to send you their catalog and circulars If you can not attend one of our schools now WE CAN TEACH YOUr Bookkeeping and Shorthand successfully BY MAIL SchoolatWheelingCharleston ClarksburgWVa WF BAKER RElCESEX- TIKOGUGGEWHEIMER5COlnc Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VA yHeadquarters Mt Sterling Ky- I will be on the road immediately GoodsNotionsWhite requesttheI placing their orders C4Iy i r COUNTY + DIRECTORY HAZEL GREEN POLICE COURT H F PIEUATT Judge- J M NICK KM Marshall W N NICKKLL Deputy Marshall BOARD OF TUSTEES W O MIZE Chairman W H CORD JOHN D A JOHN JOHN M II VISIII CIRCUIT COURT I Third Monday in January Fourth Monday in April and Third Monday in SeptemberDAVID B REDWINE Judge thsAttprneyJC G HANKS Trustee Jury Fund SHERIFFS SALE DY VIRTUE of an execution to me U directed which issued from the office of the Clerk of the Wolfe Circuit I Court in favor of W L Hurst antI against John D Jameson I will on the 5th Day of January 1903 it being County Court day between the hours of 1 1 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door expose to public sale the following described prop erty towit A certain tract or parcelof land lying and being in the county of Wolfe and State of Kentucky on the waters of Devils Creek and boundedas fellows towit Beginning at the mouth of a drain below H N Hortons line thence up the drain to the top of the hill to a black oak tree thence with H N Hortons line to the county road thence with said road to J C Tolsons line thencA with his line to Joe Mullins1 line thence with said Mullins line to the beginning and will proceed to sell said land or so much as will be necessary to satisfy said debt interest andall costs thereon to the highest and best bidder on a credit of three 11 months from the day of sale the Iurcbaser giv ing his bond with approved security I bearing G per cent interest from lute and have the force and effect of a replev in bond on which execution may issue if the same shall not be paid at matur ity when and where due attendance will be given by Inc 1F STAMPER I ISheritrof Wolfe County Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect October 19 1902 EAST BOUND No a II No4 Daily exi t Daily cx- I Sunday 11II Sunday I I 111 PMLvel j AM Lie 2 25 im OLeXington1 01 7 45 am 3 10 pm 201 Winchester 2lIji 8 23 am 3 56 pm 40 CIay City4O 9 13 KW 4 06 ilwI4Itanton44 9 23 am 4 as1im57lNat y f4 4J pm02j llruJgeIiI 1008 nwII 14 ii pmi7U 11 29 am U puiiDOJ 20 nm 15 pmO4ltJackrnoulIeElI 30 am WEST BOUND Xol isI 11 No3 Dailyexti STATIONS jl = Duily t exii Sunday rT Sumay I AMArrM- It llMArr Jackson Oj 6 05 oilI KeattyveJc 20i 5 20 lUJII j Jmj7 47 am HCla City h2 3 47 pm 7 iamI OJJhJnncnIOI 3 26 pm im625am0 ft L BRANCH EASTBOUND IXo33 021IeL Sunday Suuday I 330 0Jackson 0 1120 335 C OAK Junction GI 1126 4 17 11 Vilhurat 111 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 5S 5 10 20 Lee City 22 518 22 Helechawa 13111 2S f 45 27 Cannel City 45 PM ARK AUK WEST BOUND No34 zi a NO 22 Daily ex =HJ STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday H Sunday 9 15 9Jackson 2 35 0 10 10 K Junction 6 2 30- S 25 Il Wilhurstpt I SSS 15 13 1 32 7 35 20 LlC CityIit I 2 7 2l I 22 7 00 l2jnelefbawa12 1 05 A M Lvx p Ii ivg KOI 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Ken tucky Railway Division daily except Sun davXosl and 2 connect at L F Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio Ion Mt Sterling pointsNos npattyilleJunctionexcept Sunday ManagerCHAS TREES TREES TREESI BY THE MILLION GrapeVinesAsparagusShrubs ard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents but sell direct applicationBoth H F HILLENMEYER eLEXINQTON KY +TOflSORIAL+PARLORi HAZEL GREEN KY =0GEORGE DYER Proprietor 0SHAVING HAIRCUTTING and branches of the tonsorial nndbarpcustomersWednesdays week are regular barbering days and the public patronage ia respectfully solicited vJ J I Ifj IT F PIERATT li v lU1vlUl1LU H F PIERATT f CO DEALERS IN ou 00 10000UU 10 0 II a 100 ruue II IOC lOue 0 I co 00 I eJ II i General Merchandise I 1 IL = Stock and ILive Country Produce p S IF YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME WITH THE CASH as that is the only safe andi reliablel way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respec- tfullyIH F PIERATT CO ttt1 t1i All parties now indebted to me M should call and settle or there will i 1 be A HOT TIME IN THE OLD ft TOWN TODAY as I am deter j mined to wind up all my outstand f zzing business Thanking you forrJ past patronage HIll moro especi K ally if you will pay me for my goods you havo consumed I remain respectfully M H F PIERATT MwAI z ttt5UlJ Iu RESTORED MANHOOD ffiX v Iih grnttflaty tor nrVon prostration ftnd alt nervouadleaelOT- it generSI Iv esii ut cttIer aex pact asNerVOus lrwtratIOn 1811- l r III 1nb lmptcicy 8IghIly lOuIIOna Youthful Errra- 10ntat WorryexcstroI5et TlacrOpIUm whIch Indl0CflI- n tto riki Inailly iVith every va order we IIVo a wrItto ges- aa turerretrl Ito n o 1 sIdtiOtlperboxGIOZO- uxiaoo lIlt 5ULT8CI1i1UtLVO C5eve5aadOIt THE CHICAGO POST THE HOME Every FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post Eterc LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Eiery mll Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post THE CREAT MARKET NEWSPAPERTH- E BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU i iSubscrlbo through your commiulon flrm nowsdealer or publisher or newspa containIng tills aJvortliament Sample copies soot free on request Address I Iper THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III CLOTH I NC- I have a nice lot of clothing wh ch I intend to close out and if you want a bar ain Jn this line do not fail to call at once SiiOE OIIAlso I will sell you shoes at LOO that I proIportionRemember this is for CASH ONLY J VI RO ETHE PEOPLES FRIEN I T M1HTI I INVRY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c rAnd sells everything so low that the poorest may buy J TAYLOR DAYCARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods FurnishingsLadiesShoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps usuallyfound I Deweese Wilgus Practical Bricklayer HAZEL GREEN KY HAS bad Thirty Yeara experience is prepared to lay brick in walls build flues and chimneys set anythinginmortar and trowel isBrSmoky chim neys repaired and guaranteed to draw I PAPER WAOTEDSay 5000 ares COKING COAL LANDS conven iently located for transportation to Columbus Ohio State rock descriptioninbus Ohio 510 GEUOURNOTEUEAD8EDyelopesI s waLJxr 6 ier 0 HENRY WATTERSON EDIT PAGESISSUEDWEDNESDAYu 100 YiARIII 0REFORMSOCIAL MORAL REFORM 0BEST EniTouiAus 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free specimen copy Address Ii THE BLADEJ TOLEDO OHIQ 5SSNEW 0 lfRr The Most N Newspaper America 0 TIME has demonstrated that the Week World st Dds aliiM in its class Other papers have imitaiM its form but none its success This iii ecause it tells all the news all the tize and tells it impartially whether tbik news be political or otherwise Itisit fact almost u daily at the price of ft weekly and you cannot afford to be with out itRepublican and Democrat alike esa read the Thriceaweck World with ab solute confidence in its truth publiahes1intc11lM suited to the home and fireside The Thricea Week Worlds regalE subscription price iis only 100 per lear papcVenewatI5DJ paperand The Herald I OflI6YThethe two papers is 2 00 Juit thlaknefr itlI TWO HUNDRED AND PAPERS for only 150less than threb quarters of a cent apiee 5 W T GASKET HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Mercfiarisi and Country Produce NOW ON HAND A LAEGE HAS well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIE KEADYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS Ac c IffiIn fact everything ureaIfVIiiIa first class general store Call IX amine his stock and hear 1JIIpr1C5 will treat you nicely I IKf3J HE1UTh EczemaUOTT it mMcna the skin itches oozes dries and wacs Some jHvplc call It tetter milk crust or- t pant rbcuiu The sullerlns from It is EorneUrnpg In tense local applications are resorted lo U cureit or ac quire ant persists until these have blIl removed Hoods Sarsaparilla positively removes tlini Una radfcalls sad rniianoiilly rurv l th vn rtiti ts Anti is without an ejual fir nIl cutaneous eruPt s toonaritiareu intic1i1cuic cu u =F A X mark shows that your limo Unp and unless you renew at once yon miy not get tbe paper next week Taylor Johnson is in Mt Ster ling on business Mrs Etta Ainyx who has Peon visiting her mother MrsI Angclim James will this week leave for her home at Bushton Ill Misses Anna Bello Combs of Campton and Lizzio IMorntt of JIaytowii were guests of Mrs Alice Pinratt last week and this Miss Rylda Horton who has been visiting friends and relatives here for tho past month returned to her home at Camargo Friday 0 BE CURED of vlioiimtitiin T with all it liiineiuss ncius and pain take HHHV SayaltarillaViii must be sure to GET HOODS WAX1KD OIIP dozen hens of the hatchof 1W2 for which the highest market price will bo paid Apply at this olliV Misses Niia IIivis and hate Batiiif ntaid VillieTes termaiuini MilI Carter of Grassy wero gusls of Mrs John Davis during dedication wwk Henry Thomas Curdof Wudo nia is visiting the familyI of his Ron Wji IL Cord Ifs canto on the 2Gth ult andspent tliRiik = giv iDgin bar nb tttut1 i iII1 t Have you any moiioy hid away I About your home If so send it- O the IVc st Liberty Bankwhero it will bo much jaVrt and yon can heck it our tea iivation demands dins r A iyon who delivered L t viJUtry address on thanksgiving day spoke to the stu dents of Hazel Green Academy on Friday evening at chapol Many citizens alheard hcrIDoan Squire Bruce Dun and I Sam Duff of Spencer Jonas Ylln1 lant and Harry Combs of ton John Cisco of White Oak and Henry cilof West Liberty were at the Day Houso last weok For onllpatioatt- ateLyons t4t StvczyrupaubttSniremCr1 for- ydinaiHtchltdreuI as it ay pieRtutI to UtteaodPer f fecnrLaTmtteauudetailcucwnaluucesltteewFold jr W WSwango MaylownI IKr- t JT Nickell anti wife Mrs Lula Pieratt of Ezel Miss Lizzio Henry Etta May Cecil and Stanloy Wo mack of West Liberty W II Cecil and wife of Grassy were dedication guests of James B Cecil during I RevII D Adams has returned from Magoilin county whero I has been holding a series of hoII ings with success 17 additions to the church at Buffalo Magoilin t county and the church iis mush st strengthened l lItis mighty nice to have a bank j t account and tho West Lihorty sf Bank is a nice place to kop it If- S you have any surplus cash about JT your homo stHud it over thorn for i safekeeping and have thorn issue ft ypu a cluckbook Also send thom t jour cheeks fur collection i Mr and Sirs John W Cravens oMIcCausey were guests of John L 1L Rose during dedication week t nqa the laMer paid us a pleasant can anduLpribld for Tin JIimI MD for u c fin WmII inns i of I Co H lSlit F8 Infantry now at rtf F D A IIuss Wyoming l t t NeighborI K M Russell has been it orHhe sid list three or four weeks and his attending physician Df f7 Center pronounces it n case of ty 1 jpboid foyer Dick has had quite il atusslc hut we are glad to noto I lhathois now improving njul ox presses tho hope that ho will soon plp lurns If again pianosIF holidaysSoyout yBint f han you could at fcXoU tiri As this is clearing f sOt1On t uil tho factories we K 5nfs make room for now styles K end our prices aro moving discard- edP styles and dont yon forget itI jT Vfa will have bargains in books swatches and jewelry and other Sj K catalogsandj for anything you want and save nyjtarom 25 to 50 Wo menu to lvmerit your trade Mako up your gR bud what you want to give and tWder through me L J T QEVEDOK To t rs 3 With the West Liberty Balk TommieDaniols thatIJtcapacity as sistant cashier to Mr Archibald BankTesttheirfriendshipmaterially Tim iXiey can do with profit to themselves and pleasure to hisfriondscapitalhishankvery toward clinching the job he is now promotionillmio Daniels poiitosection of the state free from the petty vices of ninny young men anti with it all carries an education obtained at our own Hazel Green Academy Thus equipped hisfriondstho wealth thoro stored and send VestLiberty r tiTtrt w Y J S RELIEF 11iliatjv woman Las lit t I 1A pain or discomfort i period No womanI needs to have Winoany of J Cinlui will quickly relieve those l smarting menstrual antiIj pains tho dragging heath back tmlI lido aches caused by falling of tho womb and irregular menses WJl jjoFCARDUJ Ihas bren ht permanent relief to 1000010 women who sufferedr ft every month It macs the men healthyIti by turn to give women relief from b the terrible aches and pains which J blight so many homes H Oct1t1800Il I was timetakesElI C untlyItridafottloofwgnrofCarduiL I relievedtawoadcrfuft 3fu 3L 1 Toner Ottueeandlltttaseadlf a vlHae hnp Tatattatoola1bIiii That Thanksgiving Dinner Tho dinnnr served by certain tij citizens of Hazel Green and the adjacent country in the old build bug of hazel Green Academy s i a rand succec Nearly 100 per j SDIIS ate and were tilled and of1 w hat remained there were baskets j fnl boxesful tubseful c cull remainedThe I lxen there to seo for himstlf Vhon wo want to do a thing we can do it as was evidenced at this dinner Wo want to thank all persons who helped in any WHY to mako that event tho crowning success of our glad thanksgiving day for it was the happy climax to a most gladsomo day Thanks giving day Nov 27th 1902will long bo remembered by all who were in Hazel Green on that auspicious occasion Very truly WM H CORn Principal Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will pomt in closing i their ears against the continued recommendation of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will have a long and bitter fight with their trouble if not ended earlier by fatal termination Read whatII fl R ISeall of Beall Miss sy Last fall my wife had toII symptom of consumption She Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed Im provement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guar anteed by J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs eY Sons Campton Price 50c and 1100 Trial bottles free IAunt Julies Dinner and his better seven ei hths had an iinvitation to take thanksgiving dinner with John lard and Aunt Julia his better 1920 but on account of stQmach trouble had to decline as tell as to forego the dedications dinner Mrs Ward however aeiht us some of her turkey cake etc so that we wore not entirely left Those pres ort wero Misses Emma and Judie Cox of Toliver John H Rose and wife 14J Dunning andlSam AVil son Deweeso Wilgus has tho thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a nicely dressed rabbit young fat and tender and the editors stomach being somewhat o kelter it was a relished dish lout Charley is also thanked for bringing it in rivsttna IU- aeID Yand Hackacita DroOrav BACKACHE I DlnddclondCURE1Mt is- I I1 I Sold by ll F Pieratt Hazel t4reen Ky Sa Miss Lusk Accepts MYRTLE POINT Coos COUNTV OREGON Nov 3 1902 I Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir I was very much surprised and ploasedwhenve received THE HERALD containing my poem tobecomopa- per which I assure you I should notItrytomy poems publicationbut j any elder worth printing I will gladly youMy Coopor whom I pleasantvisits1 with its picturesA ENITH Loss Tho above letter should have appeared two weeks ago out wast herIEditor Revolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt systemisstomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the trou blesome causes It never fails to tone tho stomach regulate tho kidneys and bowels stimulate tho liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric I rei TlCampton druggists A Rising Young Man havinginorcises that universal favorite and allaround good fellow Carl Mize who has been sojourning in Indian apolis over a year and while there has made his homo in the family of DrAJ Clark After spending a few days at home during which byheartyto that city on Friday accompan ied by Mrs Clark with whom our citizens wore delighted to meet Not only because of her hospitality herIChristian character A Frightened Horse Running like used down the street dumping tho occupants or a hundred other accidents are ev ery day occurrences It behooves salvethandy and theres none as good asI Bucklens Arnica Salvo Burns cuts sores eczema and piles disappear quickly under its elTect l5c at J T soothiugI Green and S S Combs Sous Campton drug stores C C Smith general superintendent of work among the negroes under the auspices of the C W BI 1of Cincinnati was in our town from Friday last the 21st ult Wednesday the 2Gth While toI he preached at the church on Sunday morning and evening and lectured to the students of the academy two ti- mesWELDS 1Consumptionweed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes Im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the weeds will disappear The best lung fertilizer is Scotts Emulsion Salt pork is good too but it is very hard to digestThe to treat consumpr tion is when you begin trying to hide it from yourself Others see it you wont Dont wait until you cant deceive yourself any longer Begin with the first thought- t9 take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really Consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the treatment If it is consumption you cant expect to be cured at once but if you wig begin in time and will ottC rigidly regular in your Sat ment you will win TJJL Scotts Emulsion fresEair rest all you can eat ab you i I can thats the treatment and I thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free Be sure that this pSctnrt lathe term 01 a label a on the wrapper d every omu of Emu lion yoa bur I scot F BOWNB Chemists 409 ParIJt ftf V hoc dfrt al d J t i from now until Christmas will be found a free game amusing and instructiveso different kinds Get Lion Coffee and a Free Game at Your Grocers Dedication of Fearre Hall On Thursday thanksgiving day Nov 27th Pearro Hall of Hazel Green Academy was formally dedi occupiesitFor three days and nights be fore the dedication there was in cessant rains and on the day of dedication thorn was rain and snow and a strong west wind Not- withstandingI all that nearly 400 peoplo gathered in the assembly hall to witness the exorcises While tho weather was wintry without tho two splendidi furnaces made tho air within like summer and everyone was comfortable in deedThero were visitors from far and near many came front quite a distance through wind and rain Tho citizens of tho town and community turned out well Tho pro gram of exercises was ideal and every part was the best The opening song was America in which the school load and the audience joined Then Prof 1 S Compton lead the assembly in the invocation Again the pupils lead in the song uBlest bo tho tie that binds and Elder W L Buchanan of West Liberty offered the prayer of thanksgiving Then B W Trimble of Mt Sterling read some appropriate scripture lessons and four young women Carrie Rose Beulah Thomas Roxie Daniel and Mattie Gevedon sang the quartette The Song of the Harvest Tho principal made some opening remarks welcoming all upon that most auspicious occa sion Miss Emma Sleet teacher of music at the academy then sang most beautifully Lord We Pray Theet W 0 Mize spoke for tho founders of tho academy giving a brief sketch of its concep tion and history Miss Mary Alice Lyons secretary of the Ohio C W B M Hiram delivered an exceptionally fine ad dross onliThe Oak and tho Cornerstone From the beginning to the close she carried her audience which seemed to be hung on her words No better more appropri ate more suitable address has ever been heard in Hazel Green It was a gem in thought and construc tion from tho first word till the lastMrs Anna Clarke superintend ent of the Central Christian Sun day school Indianapolis offered the dedicatory prayer during the which wo seemed to be carried up to the very courts of heaven The school then sang the dedicatory hymn when W L Buchanan captivated the audience in a 20 minute speech onliTho influences of schools in the mountains Lastly the school sang Praise God from whom all blessings flow and B W Trimble pronounced the benediction when Pearre Hall for mally entered upon its years of service to the cause of education and religion in tho mountains A Special Grand Offer On January 1st 1903 the Twice aWeek CourierJournal will cease to exist but the Weekly Courier Journal 10 or 12 pages will suc ceed it the price being 1 a year All subscribers to TUB HERALD on or before Jan 1 can have Courier Journal sent them to Jan 1 1904 by remitting 30f extra Thus for 130 in cash they can get both papers for 13 months if they ro new at once Try and get in before next Thursday Sam Wilson the poet palntyr who has been complaining with a bad colt for 10 days called in his family hysioian and on micro scopical exam nation found him sufferin with tuburculosis of tho nasoph rjiux and farther exami nation with the YR ys discovered 13 largo icold biscuit in tho esoph agus His recovery is hopeful Denny Dyer of Neola was tried before Judge Congleton on Monday on the charge of shooting on the highway and two charges of carrying concealed weapons Tho first case was filed away subject to good behavior in the future and he was fined 50 and costs on the other two Failing to pay or replevin ho was remanded to jail Dr A C Nickoll reports the fol lowing Born to the wife of John LaurJram a girlI ll- I r I i t Christmas Games FREE In each pound package of LionCoffee Bewaral ewarg 22WAa 1 NEW AND CHEAP GOODS WE WILL KINDLY ASK ONE and all who pays us cash or oth er pay to call for coupon ticket and receive premiuiiiK from our large assort ment of- DECORATEDT UEEN sW R f 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 one time we are going after one and all who does not respond and pay for past favors wsVSWANGO CO Maytown Ky Nov 14 WilldttdrlIattk WINCHESTER KY X H WITHERSPOON President K D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421G48 This Bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the Jlimits of legitimate banking octl8lv WsM mRAr SltHtIILM BIKKeeplllg uslless 111114i1M 4ddns WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY iwponitMCOMMERCIAL Awarded Medal at World Exposition podaonCopetflhotthandTypeWdtingandTelegraphyBpeaalliN WTh Eentnckr Unlnnltr Diploma under nat LitrarreouMNeouo free raocMifal If d alred omlfWILBUR ROBERT P RASH The of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the of the merchants of the mountains He also carries a complete line of GenDal M81C8ItiSProlloe Embracing everything usually found inn firstclatta country store and the purchaser may rely always upon getting the moneyHe and Morgan to call and see his goods and learn his prices and suggests that it pay come prepared to take home a load of goods which they will want to buy learn prices Will meet any competitionCall buyingKy ROSE DUNNING PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the farmers of this vicinity to their im proved facilities PHONOGRAPHY TncWriHK originator patronage legitimate McCausey for blacksmithing andwagonmaking aa 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 andsatisfac tion is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are reelspecLuU I I DUNNINGI C GREAT- OVERCOAT S LEOwing to Ui- eContinued Warm Weather We are BADLY OVERSTOCKED IY OVERCOATSTHOUSANDS Of OvercoatsFOR MEN AND BOYS AT COSTAXD Regardless of Cost I Come Earlya g ana Get Bargainsg Louis Gus Straus LEXINGTONS GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE CLARK HOWARDS CONTRACTORS AND BUILDHRS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY e Honest material master mechanics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed l StrentliInIt Theres health and strength in a bottle of pure Beer And Lexington brew has purity and quality I Barley in it for food Hops for tonic And just enough alcohol to aid digestion Essential to the weak healthful for anybody A standard high grade beer Unsurpassed for table use and medic inal purposes The beer that nour ishes cheers and invigoratesr LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs SheepS Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CIkALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY COl1aigIUBsolicited JWI BTgl CECIL BROS t topletlFancyI Grocers l Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods jarJELLIES25c PEACH LEAF LARD 15c per pound f poundCAUOVA in town 12Jc 1 BONNIE R LLED PATS lOc package rbSWEET POTAT ES canned 15c 2 for 25c 1XR1 i BHARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WARE c Ac Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us N B LYONS LEWIS HYLTON Lyons Mylton aYttIJEALERS IN I GenerallYIerchandiseMAYTOVN KENTUCKY 3 I AVLiG demonstrated that TH Y SELL GOODS CHEAPER t THAN ANYBODY iinvite toe people of Hazel Green and vicinity to call and inspect their stock and learn prices We realize r that this sounds liko U Carrying Coals to Newcastle On the other hand The Proof of the Pndd ng is in Chewing the Bag atd if yott will only give us the chance wb will njake you a satisfied cufltoHwr j0 1 I I pr August Koenig Hamburg JVopn as t blood purifier strength and health re storer and a ipecific for all stomach liver and Kidney troubles leads all other similar medicine in iti wonderful jalea and mar pcciaUyouri new and untried product but wasmadcand old more than styI years ago f As to lila 1fairTeShrt lorlaros traght1esStraightI Tress I I onumptionF Dover Trinity Springs Iud Feb 15 liI Most people would fucceod In mall things iif they were not troubled with gteat ambition Tongfrllow f It ija etty to find fault heritte tlifre it I i imuch off it Chicago Duly News PIII He Hot It The man with the colored ard yq observed at the eoun tr cud looking at the bottler on the shelves in tome perplexity of mind youn people issuedl the man thats I t worth of IKpworth wit1 Chlcijto TribUN- Stops lisp CotiBh anSI orlofT the cold Bromo Quinine tablets Price 25 cents Pelf iibnnniU the tin 1pi Vcil hut nothing can stamp a man- Ta re s3rpy n illhrtii Huxton li frility nilt rather in siring sea sunablr tn uICicero a UI V I i Fibroid Tumors Cured A distressing case of Fibroid Tumor which baffled the skill of Boston doctors 1 Mrs Hayes of Boston Mass in the following letter tells how she was cured after everything else failed by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound t Mrs Hayes First Letter Appealing to airs Pinklinm for Help I DEAR MRS PzNarnfI have been under Boston doctors treat ment for a long time without any relief tell me I have a fibroid s tumor I sit down without great pain and the soreness extends up my spine I have bearingdown both back and front 3Iy ab- domenjsswollenand I RppetiteThe symptoms of Fibroid Tumor in your little book accurately describe my ease so I write to you for adriccSigncd 3Irs E F HAYES 262 Dudley St Roxbury lioston Mass Note the result of Mrs Pinkhams adviceal though she advised Mrs Hayes of Boston to take S her medicinewhichshe knew would help her her letter contained a mass of additional instruc tions as to treatment all of which helped to bring about the happy result 4 I describIall your directions carefully and today I am a well woman1 a The use of Lydia K Plnkliams Vegetable Compound entirely F t expelled the tumor and strengthened my whole system I can walk miles nowlAdla i dollarsorfemaleIltsEMountains of gold could not purchase such testimony or take InkhainsVegetable nI convincingeYii allovariant f j placements of the womb kukache irregular suppressed or minful menstruation Surely tho volume and character of the testimonial lett tees doubtMrsillnessHerI YegetabloCompozntt happinessTrulytahc Com pound that is curing so many women and no other medicine dont for get this when some druggist wants to sell you something else 5nII n II ofIIL LLydiaE rinkUatu Medicine Co Lynn Mau The YOUTHS COMPANIONThe in to the Out sap and g 6C8 I75 and name andyou win 1 receivedto I 2 Comtanton for lithograpted in colorsI and I Then Tae CompanionI I for tae I I 53 of zaU for SAKS I I BOSTON J Itff W I Iest lnlorznationt craig fruit cattar rcwlagrpowCI I it1ttertndetheInoraIatIonwst auIA IOUITTiI Io anALunuNa1t h paaeoIIoe QALIFORciA I cinnamon Mantling druggistInt WeeletleagueThat customerIiil Laxative laudation amour m They cannot pains given I PresentChristmasII Money175r yon better r 175 your entire circle than a sub scription NationalFamup ChristmasII IS1 celre1 with a4ares IrCutA Calendar Hcliday twelve golda beautiful souvenir Youths weeks IgoJtill January SI7S TIlE YOUTHS COMPANION MASS rDwIng POIOTIOl I JANUARY BUYING = like Jsnusrr forsatisfactory boring Tie holiday ruthliorer and the early Sprlnit trade baa awayI and thr 5 ample time to lfan P Ordy wit greater peopsneas TODAYlorurlll1teaturalft oa everythingyou MOHTIOMERY WARD It CO CHICAGO M TIM Howe baa TeUi tat Tratk i 11tf1t CONORESSINSESSIONBoth Monday Noon Probably One of the First Measures Taken Up Will Be to Defray the Expense of the Coal Strike Commissioners Washington Dec IThe senato was called to order at noon Monday The present week will barely witness the beginning of the three months work The usual committee of two senators was appointed to call on tho president and resolutions of regret for the death of Senator McMillan of Michigan brought the days session to a close a few minutes after assem hly Tuesday the presidents message will be read and beyond this no busi ness will be attempted that day The sessions of Wednesday and Thursday will also be brief with an adjournment from Thursday until the following Mon slay The admission of the territories of Oklahoma New Mexico and Arizona as states of the union probably will be the subject of general Importance to receive attention of the senate Other questions which in addition to tho appropriation bills are expected to receive attention of the senate at this session are the trusts the tariff and Cuban reciprocity It is possible that the Cuban question may be postponed until the pending commercial treaty vta the Cuban government shall ba transmitted to the senate but there has not been any determination on tha point Very few republican senators admit the probability of any change of the tariff law during tba present session but some bills to mod- Ify present schedules may be intro lured anti speeches made thereon Some senators speak of the creation of a tariff comrrslon as a possibility but there are differences of opinion as to the utility of such a body There Is quite a unanimity of opinion favor able to antitrust legislation and tots opinion goes to the extent of predict- Ing results along tie lines indicated by Attorney General Knox for the amendment of toe antitrust law Dif ferences of opinion as to the constitu tonality of some of the proposed changes have developed already The house convened Monday but the session waa brief Tho roll was called xnd the announcement of the deaths tat have occurred luring the recess Aas made The house then adjourned until Tuesday when the presidents message vill be read There is no pro gram for the remainder of the week beyond the bill to defray the expenses of the coal strike commission When the house convened to enter on tie final session of the 57th con grecs a perfect deluge of bills dealing with the trust question it all 3 jhascs was thrown into the legislative stopper It is admitted en all hands that this will be the most Important topic of discussion Indeed the lead TS incline to the belief that beyond the appropriation bills and routine leg islation it will bs the only general subject on which there is a chance of action at the short session As yet the lenders have formulated no meas ire and there exists a pretty wide di vergence of opinion ts to what can or should be done The presidents rec ommendations on the subject are awaited with interest The leaders already have resolved to expedite the appropriation bills as much as possible In order to allow the largest margin of time for other matters Mr Cannon chairman of tie approprlatlouscommlttee believes that the legislative executive and Judicial and the pension appropriation bills can be disposed of before the holi days Ills committee will go to work at once and prepare the supply bill as rapidlyI as possible The legislative and pension bills probably will be real before the end of the week One ol the first things the appropriation com mittee will be called on to do however is to prepare a bill to provido for the coal strike commission TO FILL UP LANDS Effort to Be Made In Colonizing In Louisiana and Texas Chicago Dee llore than 100 000 will be spent by the management of the Southern Pacific in the next five months in colonizing Southwestern Louisiana and Southern Texas This decision to increase the efforts and expenditure which are being made to 1111 up these lands was reached in a general meeting of representa lives of Harriman lines held here last week and closing Sunday night Deer For Mrs McKinley Milwaukee Wis Dec lA deer consigned to Mrs McKinley in Can ton 0 passed through here by ex press The animal was a magnificent one anti was killed and forwarded to the widow of the martyred president by a member of a party of Canton sportsmen now hunting in the northern part of the state0 To Renew Diplomatic Relations Caracas Venezuela Dec ITho Venezuelan general Antonio Velutinl has been appointed minister plenipotentiary to France He will renew the diplomatic relations between the two countries which have been ruptured since 1894 William Wilkins Expires Baltimore Dec IWilliam Wilkins senior member of the bristle and hair factory of William Wilkins Sons died Sunday night at his home in this city aged 57 The firm has a branch in Chicago Canadian Precautions Ottawa Ont Dec IThe quaran tine department has ordered that ow ing to the outbreak of footsore and mouth dlscares in the United States all cattle entering Canada from tho eastern states shall be cleaned and thoroughly disinfected at the border Snow In Central Pennsylvania Philadelphia Dec IThe first snow of the fall season occurred Sunday In Central Pennsylvania it was wet and melted almost as soon as it fell In tome places the snow fel tbo rteTf aa linch ftnJkSK fc 0 1 WONDERFUL WORK Case No 18077DaTld M Bye V 0 Address Box 297 Midland Mich says Three months I was al taost incapacitated from labor could not sleep at night had to walk the floor owing to terrible pain In the hips in the small of the back in my instep and ankle of the right leg- I was treated for eciatic rheuma tiaRa in the hospital but received no benefit One month ago I returned home and was given a box of Deans Kidney Pills Today residents of this city can bear witness to the fact that I am able to work and can also walk to my work without the aid of a walking ttiek or crutch In speaking of the immediate ef feet of Doans Kidney Pills I did not find them to deaden the rain but quickly and surely to eradicate the cause of it I am of the opinion that Deans Kidney Pills Is the best remedy for kidney ailments that can be pro cured I was especially careful in my diet in order to give the treatment fair play In conclusion I shall be pleased at any time to answer any inquiries regarding my case from anyone desir ous of obtaining it A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mr Dye will be mailed on application to any part of the United States Address Fos terMilburn Co Buffalo X Y For perbox ABSOLUTESECURITY Cenulne Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of See Facsimile Woppcr Below IIV ItoI CARTERS ITTLEIVER PILL FOIl HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION IvaJjriresyyegstxoI I CURE SICK HEADACHE TO TEST PRESERVED MEAT J Tnrlo Goornisrnt imuIoyr Is 1nrlake bra Ycrotloesl Cheat Irnll Prepared Professor W II Wiliv chief of the bureau of cbeiiiiMry of the agricnl turul depisriutriti has begun a scries of experiintnts on 12 voting men in the government employ for the purpose of testing the physiological effects of the use ofiueat preberved with borax and ot her chemical The experiments will be made with n view to deciding what basis there is for the objections of the Herman government to Ameri east meats on the ground that borax anti other chemicals used in their pres ervation are injurious to public health The 12 young men selected nre volun terra and nil are young antI vigorous Kadi has pledged himself during the period the tests are to last to abstain maybenearly nil uf them employed iu the- M jelllilic bureaus of the agricultural department i iufpurcfoudsllIItHnledI while the other six will partake of the ba tile fare submitted to chemical treat IIHlltTlis arrangement wilt continue for about two weeks anil then time govern befit Imnrilers will change their diet those not eating chemically treated food adopt lag such a regimen while time others get untreated rations and at the end of two weeks reversing their tilt again This will be continued for a year or snore The much will be weighed before each aural ami careful notes will be taken of their appearance eaeii day The ex periments wilt In conducted by tIme effeetI formaldehyde lifiixoit acid bcnxoate of soda anti preservingfoothittilfs coubunierj of meh foods FIGHT TO DEATH IN MIDAIR A Dr prrnfr llnlllc Hrlrrrrn it Hank anti Sunk 01110 LIra of Small Mack Hall a Ucrper of the poorhouse in iranlsville Vi witnessed a thrilling fight in midair between a blacksnake and a elmken hawk TJie hawk fluttered down from the top of a mountain HCting as if it hail bent Youutlcd ami when it came in range lie TouId see that it was lighting with n snake which was wrapped about its body anti gradually kiUdzng the life out of it The snake would pole its head tip as if to bite the hawki in the heath and the hawk would peel at the snake with its sharp lull The tight was continued until the life was almost crushed from Ithe hawk which then fell to the ground Mr Hall examined and found the snake wrapped three times around the hawks body the banns of which were crushed and broken Both bird and reptile were in the throes of death Each bad killed the other in their mid air battle It is supposed the hawk had attempted to carry the snake away in its tal ons and that the snake coiled aboct the hawk and began its fight for life Hail Mhs Cabs Miss Cuba shankl not go to far as to return all of Uncle Sams presents says the Chiccgo TrILuiie until Jif Jjj bad ocotfcer charge jo explain Ii SO PRESUMING OF HISL With Only aTtlOOO a Year MHad Ifo Resists to Expect That He Had a Cbano The yellow moon hung by its crescent book against the starlit azure of the Sep dreamYzdelIeioulaldThe man and the maiden walked beneath the silent stars and listened to tbe purple music from the dusk Her jeweled fingers rested lightly on his arm and h felt them then as trembling harp strings feel the touch of angtl hands that summon forth the souls high harmonies His heart beat fast and the red blood ran riot in his veins for love had placed its chalice to his lips and he had drunk his fill He had not spoken but he felt the spirit of the hope that mikes man dare do anything and now this night of nights should see him conqueror of the maidens hurt A pennv for your thoughts he whis pered bending low to look into her sweet softeytsNo she murmured looking up at him to let those blue eyes fall again He caught her hand in his and let his full heart flow All I have in the world he said sub limely Too little she responded with firm uen1Od thrs he knew that some of his hated rivals hid told her he had but 175 000 a year income and no rich relatives materialPolitician Congratulations Sarah Irtbeen nominated Sarah with delight Honestly What difference does that makelDe troit Free PreH Why He la Celled n Martyr Teacher Jamie can you tell me why Lincoln is called the martyred president Jamie Came he has to stand for all ie Lincoln stories Chicago Record Herald Tin Moscow asylum for children is sup ported by the Ruiiian tax 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