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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, December 11, 1902. The Hazel Green herald. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1902 haz1902121101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, December 11, 1902. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1902 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v A I4J 4 t J Yjfr 1 Krr s sssss s s ss s + DVERTISING RflTES 0S tcoluma lycar fco 00 3500XI ire i slnches I Sear lOtO iJ K linen Uear TO ji A AnnPinccm ntii State and District ifioncets IDrt County omccrs J500 y- i q To m oacrrv tllI calls on candidates ii W tr pod ritpup i cents lice r 1 rf0lntuarifb line tehlonL ig iii4SS S oSS NSo TTOASBSREEB DEADI Tie Former Speaker Passed Away ashintuBri All Day Sunday There Was a Stream of Sympathetic Callers at the Arlington Hotel Where the Body Lay Awaiting Removal Washington Dec 8Thomas Brack ett Reed former speaker of the house ci representatives and for many yea re prominent in public life died hero ear ly Sunday morning In his apartments In the Arlington hotel The termed 31ateIr need hall been confined to his bed start Tuesday last At tho bedside when Ue died we MIC Reed and Miss Catherine flee EW Gardner McDonald Bishop and Goodnow and tho nurses Mr Reedsf fmind was In such a stato during the diy that he did not realize the serious seas of his condition He was cheerful and conversing with those about his bedside When It b came apparent that ho would not sur vtre his lllnss the wife and daitght were notified and they remained con tyPt2y at the Bedside until the dtstiu Mulshed patient breathed his last With only a faint hope of saving hl life oxygen was administered s It was stated Saturday night th Mr Reed had been suffering nit Brights disease for some time TI ailment reached the acuto stage Saturday and furnished an additional eau far alarm Mr Reed passed aft peacefully and without painaThe remains of Thomas Brackc- Reed left here Sunday afternoon frPortland Me his former home whet the Interment will tale place on Tues day afternoon They wero placed boar a special train leaving Was Ington at 4r unlock and running 8the second section or the Federal Express scheduled to arrive at Portland Monday Accompanying the body were Mrs Reed the widow Miss Catherine Reed tho former speakers daughter Hon Amos L Men Mr Reeds suc cessor in the house of representatives Mr Asher C Hinds Mr Reeds park a mentary clerk white speaker and Mr Augustus G Payne of Sew York a lifelong friend At Mrs Reeds reque there were no ceremonies of any kind here and at Portland they will be of a simple characterbDuring the entire day there was a stream of sympathetic callers at t Arlington hotel where the body of M Reed lay awaiting removal to the rail road station They Included President and Mrs Roosevelt members of tl cabinet and of the senate and hot of representatives and of the Jhealso called Neither Mrs Reed n her daughter saw any of tho visitors who simply left their cards It wa not generally known that the body ofr the deceased would be taken from thnhecity Sunday and President Rooseveltt lad Invited Mrs Reed and her daug ter to be his guests at tho white house pending its removal which invitat l under the circumstances they wero compelled to decline Tho body was enclosed In a casketl with heavy oxydized extension handles and on the solid silver donlowing inscription t IiiTHmIAS REEDii I REEDI I I 190ZI I J The casket remained at tio hotel un UI about 4 oclock In tho afterneonStwhen It was brought down stairs and lifted into the hearse the undertak ers assistants and the employes of theishotel acting as body bearers Then without ceremony or display of any kind it was removed to the railroad station On the casket rested two floral offerings one of them from the widow and the other enclosed in a long pasteboard box from Mrs Roosc r TelL Mrs Reeds offering was a hart wreath of violets American bean7 rotes and orc ids sprinkled with lilies z of the valley while In the box which came from the white house were an assortment of white and pink ros csout with maiden hair ferns loosely thrown together for use on tho casket wh the Interment Is cado NO OPPOSITION ar Hon Oliver Wendell Holmes Nomina 1tionConfirmed 1 OliverltTned by the senate to succeed tne late Justice Gray as a member of the bench of the United States supreme court There was no opposition and the nomination was not discussed 1Im- mediately after the senate went Into executive session Senator Hoar as chairman or the committee on the jut11 5clary uponthecase up forthwith accomplishing the act of confirmation as quickly as it was possible do so The Sixteenlnch Gun MerrittChapman ed 5 r at Sandy Hook with tho 1C inch gun which was built at the Watervliet ar Z senaL The gun was transferred to t two cars and hauled to the raving ground Killed By Falling Coal I DominiciiDnnriskl l q aged 28 miners employed In ibftEerwynd White Coa mine No 31 Att ly instAnlolledJ 3 r 7 i THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDKstabllsliort March l 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and Ills Continent by Max Oltcll SPBgSgeRr0guBorI rThe Oldest Most rOpUlaMo t Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Pa I AdvanceIVOL XVIII HAZEL GREENT= u = I 0 li CREW WAS LOST ITHE Dashed to Piece at Ha 1 teras I Inlet Hatleras X C Dec CTheer of the weather bureau reports th MOlInlet life saving station early Friday morn l poundIngc until 820 a m when the foremast went over carrying probably tho last J man Almost immediately thin vessel went to pieces The life saving ere w could do nothing to obolliesyetNorfolk re screed In Norfolk aro to tho effect that Wesl3fey Only ono chance of n rescue is known Tne German to mcndabandoned schnnher n cterhiqI WilliamDeUwrIwith several smaller craft were blown f al i hilastealeB tiOlcr8 henerthatIfoundered crowIthe schooner Ida Lawrence aban dosed that ccton oft Hatteras mornInggrc aleat saversh tmIgreater of the German steamer o l hound from Bremen to Baltimore seWalled st starar crew saved tra DttNewport Seas Va Dee GThe t thos this section early Friday ma Ing was tho most destructive knot utof 0hwas numerous boats ha been torn loose from tiieir nuuorin and beached Others firmly anchor J have been filled and sunk The only victim known so far Is a colored man who was drowned near Mlnchs store in Warwick county DENNY FOUND GUILTYl Tho Millionaire Brewer of St Lo i PerjurytSL Louis Dec ItAfter two days of trial Charles J Denny milltonn- irewerI and director of the Suburban Street memJchnrgrperjury In connection with t suburban bill boodle deal Thursday night was found guilty and his punish remeat pcetentiary Tho onlyI defense oftoed by udge Krum attorney for Denny was ndantrmay have had Information that 75 OfV had been placed on deposit in tho 11 CtlSror tho passage of the suburban bill Ittj therefore did not commit perjury hwhen he told tho grand jury he ha1 followedoargument on tho difference between knowledge and information tellinsisted that Denny did know betout and therefore perjured him self before the grand jury in his denial The case went to the jury shortly aft er noonMUST HAVE A LICENSE LMIL A Man Who Gives a Drink to a Friend Violates the Law Paul Minn Dec 6 A man who goes a drink to p friend is violating the law unless he has n license Tins the substance of r decision render ed y the state supreme court Friday in the ease of tho state In the matter of Harry Krcbs relator against Frank Jones village marshal of Perhara Minn Krcbs as agent of a St Paul lliquor firm Kao e prospective cus tomer in the village several sample 1em cause bo had no license sad bound over In 200 bail to the next grand Jury Ho brought habeas corpus pro cecdincs to the supreme court to get of jail PS he could not get hal Tho supreme court however decides JaileBACTERIA IN CHERRIES Twelve Million Inhabit the Skins of Half a Pound Washington Dcc C TwcJvo million bacteria inhabit tho skins of a half pound of cherries according to Dr Ehrlich p Ge man scientist who has made extensive experiments in reg to tho Infection of fruit with bacteria Currants come next with 11000000 to every half pound and grapes n with right million An account oft theso experiments has been transmitted to the stato department by Unit States Consular Clerk Murphy at Frankfort Dr Ehrlich urges that nil fruit he cleaned by eIther peeling or washing before iit Isjaten To Increase the Personnel Washington rice GTho house committee on naval pffalrs instructed tho sub commfttco on organization rank and pay to formulate a provisionl toilscfeascthe personnel of tho iline ufltcers naval cadets and marino DrysAfter CorbettMcGovern Fight Detroit lIch Dec GTho liolitan Athletic club of Dcrtolt greed to put up n forfeit for t Young CorbettMcGovern light foe January 3 The preposition will be ao taplod 1CQC I L TH E ARB ITRATO RS Preatsent in Their Side Commissioners Do Not Desire to Unnecessarily Hurry Ane One But Feel That All Should Hurry Work Rapidly As Possible Scranton Pa Del SIt is expectedl hat the mine workers will continue all of next week in presenting to lh + anthracite coal strike commission their side of the controversy with thcoal operators The miners have lon t turned 12 days thus far in presenting their testimony nnd expect to inke lulls as much more time While n- an one positivelyl knows it is estimatedl the employers will take about ten days to submit the Information they cle sire the commission to have It iis probable the commission will adjourn for Christmas about December 23 The commission Monday win sall r the attorneys for both sides to pre rent the figmis they already have propared so that the arbitrators can study them IIf they are nut exactly the kind they want the commission will ark for additional figures and will again request those who are not yet ready to present their figures to make an extra effort to expedite the work of computation tonunnecessarily hurry any one but feel t tthat all Interested should work as rat IHCIIrawasted in the hearing of testimony takenrt While ineitibers of the commission iirthey are lolhe to curtail the privileges I the contending parties because they nEdo maktcI t ofJi trators are duly receiving lettei s from persons residingi in all partsI of the country in which the commis Blotters are advised how to sat in tlia rnFflIt iurectlcutinn No attention is paid to any of tin lletter A reai nmiilitr of tin om iTiuuit aliens nearly H majority of uhem wake pleat for the JIIttttiou- of the nonunion men h FEVERreConsul General Thomas Nast Passed EcuadorheGuayaquil Ecuador net SCunstGeneral Thomas Nast Wed Sunday at nlnom after three days Illness from yel low fewer Ho was Interred at 5 oclock Sunday afternoon The funeralJ was attended Iby tae governor for con solar corps the American colony and tsbyl man friends Tho coDln was wrap ped in the Stars and Stripes The Hiitish ftnstilI recited n prayer in the cemetery The death tf Mr Nast 3 deeply lamented by the natives who held him in high esteem acNew York Dec S Thomas Nast was appointed consul general nt Guay aquil this year leaving New York for his post July Ho was born In Ian dan Havaria September 27 1S40 and came with his parents to the tnited States six years later As a far catur l it soil cartoonist he became famous BARRY JOHNSTONE DEAD Lact Monday He Shot Himself After Killing Actress IKate Hassett Philadelphia tire SIfter Imsor iiit fur neat ly a week Barf Johnston tthe actor who last Monday night sbot himself after killing Kato lIasett a member of Keiths Hijou theatfi stockI company died Sunday at t 10 Haline mann hospital Death resultwl ironi peritonitis At Johnstonos bedside when he died were his two sisters and two heathers his mother bavins ro turned to her home in Syracuse N Y Saturday TIll actors body was sent to Syracuse Sunday afternoon for bur lat Kato Hassetts murder and John stones suicide were the result of tho mans insane jealousy A CUSTOMS RULING Chinese Residing in the United Stat May Enter the Philippines Manila Dec 8 Customs Collector Shuster rules that Chinese residing in the United States may rater the Phil ippine islands lets decision says All Chinese legally resident in th mainland territory of the Unite I States is entitled to cater the Philip pines irrespfctivo of class or occupa lion provided that ie comes by a ret Iiagenco in coming n SrpplyextNebraska City Neb Dec SA sud den shifting of the main channel of tin issourl river to th Iowa side has left cdtats city without a water supply Sun day night the water works vvre drain ed and every basin was empty Tho electric light plant is shut loan and the streets are dark Not Told of tier Mothers Death New York flee 3its Annie Koerber mother of Marie Drersler tho actress died at list home in Bay Side L L So critically ill Is the actress in this city that it was necessary to withhold from her the news of her mothers death New Minister riamecl 9Alfhasre e seerhel1 con np pointer mjnlalcr In tle Unite I States from Ecuador lie probably v ill leave here sealt t tQF WthLngtoD AN ISLAN IN DISPUTE ClalDnI Venezuela and Great Britain Ownership of PatosIWashington Dec 8ln iyellow book for 1001 a copy vhlili las been received In Washington recently from the foreign office at Caracas are the exchanges between the London nUll Caracas governments last year In regard to the ownership of Iatos island which has been in dis purr between the two countries for- man yours Significance attaches to this correspondence in view of the ap preaching crisis between Venezuela soil Great Britain as it is not improb able thnt in the settlement of the of British and German citizens against Venezuela the Iatos dispute will also be involved Keopuulng df tho 1atos question was caused by tthe action of the Venezuelan gunboat An gusto in January limi in capturing certain llritish subjects on the island When the Caracas authorities wet y called to account by the London for sign oflVe the former replied by re newing their longstanding storm to Patos and a diplomatic controversy extending throughout the year wpi the result Venezuela bases her stators to the Island on Its proximity to the coast of Carinrin from which It Iis distant only three miles storming that it is n tenet of international law that a country commands waters within a mnrit league of Its roast that the InternA- tional law Institute had defined the territorial sea as six wiles whereas the island of Patos id more than ten miles from Trinidad the nearest British possotsiou Further that thi Trent of March 1S45 explicitly co firms the title of Venezuela over t Islands near her coast which were under the dominion of Spain in tthe Initiative period of Venezuelan end e pendeiiie lit support of this contention the Venezuelan authorities produce n let tpr from the royal Spanish minister for state in t1S73 in whlh he denies that royal sanction ever was given to tho ooncesnion alleged to have been made to the Ayuntanniieiito of Tri n idad by the governor of Patos Huevod soil lonClI Ireat Britain advanced the saute tion that when she conquered tht island of Trinidad in lii sovereignty met PatoK also was obtained and so recognized by the Madrid govermmntj that Pates has remained In the peace fur possession of Great Britain for more than a century during 70 year of which time Venezuela advanced no counter claim and that tho odlci I map of Codazzi colors the island of Patos the snore as Trinidad indicating that Itrith belong to the same country Being unable to agree on even tthe minor points of the controversy the British minister near the close of last year informed the Venezuela foreign office the he would make no further representations In the matter as the was nothing to he gained In contlnu iing the correspondence It is turd stood that President Castro will ask toot the question be settled by arbil tration a proposition to which tho British govnnnient will hardly iIn view ot its contention that the own ership of Patos is M clearly BritishI as not to furnish a suitable subject for arbitration A NEW DEPARTURE American Machinists Working In Mex ico Will Ee Paid on a Gold Basis Eagle Pees Tex Dec 81lIe ma chinists In the shops of tin 3lexlr I International at Cfudad Porllro IMa haw been notified that from Dtt rutb 1 they will bo paid standard American wages tui a gold basis the will get 330 and the iioilerinakers 3iO per day in American money or In MexicanI silver at tao average rate oft exchange for tIll month in which tiny work This is an entirely new depart ore in MexicanI railroading anJ was caused by the fact that Americans could not be held at tho old talc Tho advance applies only to Americans BURIED IN HER WEDDING GOWN A Girl Dropped Dead While Serving a Bridesmaid esflloumngtot III Dee SAt un usual ceremony was earned out here Sunday at the funeral of MlsTt An Iusta linear who dropped rlmd whllflI serving as bridesmaid at tho welding of a girl friend and who was to haw been married herself next Wednesday to31tss Huoger was burled in the let sqfor lthat was to have been her n ertdi sown amtI her holy was escorted the grave by the three young women and the three young men who had been chosen for the bridesmaids anJ groomsmen at her wedding Steamer Burned at Seal 1s Palmas Canary Islands De S The Prince lino steamer Tartar Prince Capt MacFarlane New York November 10 and St Vincent Novem ber 23 for Port Natal was burned at sea November 25 The seen and pas senperp were saved by the stqinfr- ArglIihC Tyne for Algon hay i Putna B Strong Arri Dec S Among iw pas arrive 1 Sunday on t hecar from Liverpool ami were Mr and Mrs Putnam Rrrdleo Siren Strong refused to say anything abo this past or future movements Steamer Hard Ashore Kingston Jamaica I3c STheUnited Fruit Cos steamer Kitty iytug lard ashore on Runcador reef 3 OC miles from Jamaica Tho American wrecking steamer Premier C911 tress to tier assistancet I DOINGSD IN CONGRESS ithe House Iicd the Bill ro Pay Expenses ofStrike CcnrmteMnn The Dill to Amend the Immigration Laws and Statehood Bill Were Un der DiscussionPresidents Mes sage Read in Doth Branches Washington Dec 1 ISenateTheB- enate Wednesday began tIn reall work of disposing uf the business be fore It altiiougii the tcssion lasted only an hour and a unit when an adjourn ment was taken at 13J cistock out of respect tif the memory of Represent tires Do iraffenreid anti Sheppard ofmi 1Texas The bill to amend the im j gration laws was under dL elli lon Kariy In the day Mr Nelson fnm the committee on territories reported p substitute for tho omnibus statehood bill with the recommendation that Ok lahoma and Indian territory be admitted in the union as one state under no name of Oklahoma When tho immii gration bill was brought up Mr Quay precipitated a discussion over tio status of the Htatcncod bill which was terminated by a ruling from the chair that beginning on December 10 it would be the unfinished business and dayleit laid before tIll senate unless displaced by a vote of that body HouseThe house Wednesday pas ed the bill to appropriate i550000 to d tray the expenses of the anthracite coalstrike commission and then adI journed until Friday when the London tI considemhehere o orn on the commission bill during waich the presidents toursw In creating the commission was highly commended except by Mr Burton a Missouri dem Decal who contended that the comma sion was created without authority of law or constitution There was xome criticism of the feature of the bill al llowing double salaries to members of the commission now In government employ soil also because the bill left the amount of compensation of tthe members to the president Washington Dee ZSeualeT- e r senate was in session Thursday or hour and lire minutes most of wlilei time was spent behind closed doors Inter the reception of a number of bills and petitions and the adoption of concurient resolution calling on the president for the papers in the Pious fund case recently arbitrated before alThe Hagul tribunal 31 r nenrlcl tie had read tho resolutions adopted by the delegates to the Oklahoma non partisan convention favoring the ad mission of Oklahoma and Indian terriI tory as outs state and opposing tho house omnibus stateiood bill The senate then went into execrlve ses sion and at 105 adjourned until Mon clayre Washington Dec rThp house do prlrncto calendar The most important bill passed was any adjudicate in the court of claims the claims of certain importers of steel blooms who betwe Oseequivalent to 43 per tent ad valorem when it is claimed tho correct rate should have been 3f rer rent About 350ia is involved A bill to pay Suiithmeyer PlIt architects of the congressional library 50000 addition al compensation was defeated A loll was passed authorizing time following persons to accept presents and deco ra tints from foreign governments Capt iugeaJ I ne Wasdiu anti H B Geddings V S M1 Taylcru H W Wiley M1 A Carleton anti John I Shulte of the department of agric ul isissippi river commission Casper S Crowninshieid United Slates commer tslat agent Miss tuna Tolnian Smith amt Lieut Cot F P Phipps Washington Dec 8 HorseT house Saturday passed the pension ap propria lion bill carrying 133000000 vitliiiUl a word of debate and devoted the remainder of the day to the pass ling of hills on the calendar quite number of wbich were passed To pre ascent the passage of a bill to prohibit the military bands from engaging in competition with private hands W A Smith Mich made the point of no quorum and tIle house thereupon ad journed It was agreed that the Lon don dock charge bill should be consill Nell and voted upon Monday1 Repre sentative Payne leader of the majori tty introduced a resolution In the house a holiday adjournment from IIkccm Darthondlt itterc house Saturday calling upon the secre lacy of war for all reports received by the war department upon the opera tions of the anticanteen law u Sudden Summons Ypsilanti Mich Del SProt gust Ijjdeman who for 30 years held the chair of modern languages in the state normal college died sudd IeoflyI Sunday of acute Indigestion was born In Germany In 1842 A s onthis Frank Ixideman Is instructor In Cornell university vStreet Car Strike Settled Houston Tex Dec rThl sir strike has been settled Tho men get a scale calling for 18 rents PhD hour for the first year 19 cents second year and 20 cents thereafter which Is an increase of about 6 per cent over the old scale Heavy Failure Lowell Mass Dec 5The Picker Manufacturing Co announced iU failure Thursday night with liabiht lea upwards cf tiOiJJoOO The company makes all lrntles or knlUjd cotton UD derV ar iw pi ftl reatr +t aae aw Frf tisrtry u li THE CHINN MURDER Whitney Found Guilty and Punishment Fixed at Death Lexington Ky Dec aEarl Wait iKy charged with the murder of Met rhant A II Ciilnn took the witness stand hero Thursday morning In hin own behalf The crowd was so large that lodge Parker ordered the doors to the court room reeked Whitney was still on the stand at noon He was merle to go over the entire story illl he told ouc before to the de tcclivtw Ho attempted to lay iiipl blame fur the death of Mr Chinn upon OBrien tho Memphis boy who r with him Iud appears to have been an adept in the art of burglar 11 a s t t e n carried the revolver taey found Inr the Slade residence with which h shot Mr Chinn Whitney went into minute details of the tragedy desert Ins trot only the killing of the mer ihant but tin battle in the hallway with Asa Chinn during which he was shot in the leg and young Chinn ro ceived several wounds After being out an hour tho jury ins the ease of Katf Vhltney of Nashville Penn brought in a verdict of guilty anti fixed his punishment at death Only two ballots were taken the first being 11 for hanging and one for life imprisonment Claude OBrien of Memphis snort er youtiiful burglar who was wi Whitney October 11I entered th home of Merchant A B Chinn an e fatal shot Into Mr Chlnns body as h i I l i II the murder of Merchant A B China here was presented in court Friday for trial and a jury secured OBrien put on a hold front eFILED A WRIT OF ERROR Banker McKnight Attempts to Se cure a Reversal of Judgment- a Ioiiisvlllo Ky Dec rrtaring rail6 ed in his attempt to secure a pardonl from President Roosevelt J M Me Knight former president of the Illii fund German national bank of this city who lies been convicted four I times in tho federal court on charge of embezzling the funds of thcII bank filed in the office of the of the United States court here Friday I a writ of error and an assignment of errors to he presented to tho United States circuit court of appeals The action was taken in order to secure if possible a reversal of the judgment rendered against him in the lower court 0 enIN SELF DEFENSE The Killing of William Fitzgerald By Godfrey Hunter Jr Ijiuihville Ky flee Sn a letter received from James fJ Bailey sere tart of the Uiited States legation i Guatemala by W A Hunter of hiillII I Hunter jr who shot William it1JtIij aid in Guatemala several weeks ago i fired the shots In self detense after his j I face had hero slapped Mr Bathe states further that Fitzgerald snappedj j a pistol in Hunters face precititating the tragedy Time letter declares that Fitzgerald attacked Hunter while tthe latter was sitting quietly in tie plaza I not looking for any danger or trouble The letter Iis dated November 21 j By Vicious Hog Bur in Ky Dec GWhile C B Vineyard was engaged in feeding ilarge number of hogs on the Iron to 1Drys farm near town he was attacked In a vicious manner by a large hog and would have lost his life had neigh hors who heard his calls for help been a few moments later In coming to h1stt rescue One of Vineyards hands wasII i almost torn off sort he was badlyI ten in many places He is in a criticalI j Norman Indicted Hawesville Ky Dee 8Or G W Norman Was indicted for failing to reg biter as a physician He has been practicing hero one year and was tome years ago a member of the I from Henderson county He a prominent in tho navy and another SOJ1II Lexington Ky Norman was some weeks a candidate for congress i from this district last year Their Friends Ky Dec rirhO mar riage of Tames Webster an attorn- it ey Ixiulsvllle to Miss Jessie Ellis place which took place ht Maul son September 2 has just Ibjeen an nounced It came as a surprish to our people 1 4 Ilussellvllle Ky e depositors of the late Logan County bank have agreed to take 75 cents on the dollar and a settlement upon that basis will be made Fifty emits willI be paid January 1 and the balance April 1 Says He IIs Innocent Ashland Ky Dec tiPro James F Halley of Paintsville says his cous In James O Bailey referred to in tthe dispatches as bcag connected with the killing of Fitzgerald by Hunter In Cuat maJa Is ian2ctnt p iJ ssssssss SS1f i1 IRflTES ig 0 g One rear in advance ii W prot The date alter vjur name Indicates aiX time jru are paid to You should re Cssex ID days before time to out and al p wiyi gtrc postomce county and state Jar wliea renewing or to hive your zddress P chanted f Kemittancr should be made by M iilJo r CX rcziiteml letter or beak draftrg 1 SSSSSS SS Ss a t e aa ICC6if bS1u STATE NEWS ITEMS 4 r3Ojer thtIIrlEx Hllllterith IeAttacked J I conditionDr logislatllrcI Dr AuSurprised asCarrollton 4eel SUBSCRIPTION nSrpr FROM A POLE i Society Youths Were Making Love to Girl Students When Arrested Ixxinpton Ky Dec SBeing on premises Is the charge against Earl Carty and L 1 Madara two well known young society boys but the real complaint against them Is that they rlimlied a telegraph pole neat Hamilton female college and were en Raged In a vigorousI tote making to some of the pretty students at 3 oclock Sunday morning They were I arrested early in the night on a slml lar charge but liberated on a promise asot to go near th school again instead they returned to the school at once and climbed a 3n foot pole and t wen having a goof time when the po lice were called again Tho arrests have caused a sensation and every cf efoit has been made to hide the real i facts from the newpapers ATTEMPT TO SLEEP IN A TRUNKyLittle Boy Is Dead and Hit Sister Ina Serious Condition JAnchorage Ky Dec GIs the re suit of an attempt to go to sleep in a trunk John Men jr the CyearoM son of John Allen a resident of this place Iis dead ami hut S year old sis ter is in a very serious condition thoughshe will recover Tho chit storyIIo getdI a r they done BO the buy pulled the lid down againIIfamily Is at a loss to understand any the children could not raise the lid as It had neither lock nor clasp HUTCHINSON MURDER TRIAL The Widowed Sister Testified Against the Accused Man r Paducah Ky Dec GA strange steno was a widowed sister giving eviI l deuce in the circuit court against her brother that may send him to the gal lows The case was that of Eli Hutch inon charged with the murder of his brother In lat Henry Gray Mrs Gray gave damaging testimony against tho defendant stating that her lifts band said he pleaded with Hutchinson not to kill him The murdered mans 8yearold daughter and 1og car old son were the only eye witnesses Time daughter became frightened on the stand and had to be excused Tho boy Is making a good witness for the com mon wealth Th5kiff Capsized t IouitiVille Ky Dec SAs the re salt of the capsizing of a skiff Chester Martin cps drowned and Ed Joyc may die They started on a hunting expedition and undertook to cross the Ohio river at this point to Sand is land The current was too swift and carried the skiff over the wing dam where it capsized nd tossed both youths into the water Joyce swam tour and gained a position of safety on the dam but Martin was unable to swim and drowned Joyce was forced to remain on ttc dent in his wet cloth wasybrought ashore by the life savers IWill Ride at New Orleans Lexington Ky Dec 8TIle sellrknown colored jockey Jimmy Wink field is spending a few days with his tolNew d InK the winter He is in rise condition and says ho has entirely recovered from his injury sustained at Chicago this summer He will ride for 1Pat Dunno again next year George Wilkes Bones Lexington Ky Dec S Students in osteology at the state College last week dug up the bones of the famous trotting horse George Wilkes 11at Col William h Simmons Ash Grove farm soil the bones will hp mounted and placed In the museum at thet college Killed By a Train Helinviic IKy nee I ctames nII Thornton 5fi was instantly killed by Ibeing struck by an lastbotind freight train on the C k O railroad near Tay r fromIipneumonia Compromise With Goebels Frankfort Ky flee rIt is sat hero that the suit of Attorneys Brad burn and McQuown of Howling Green against the estate of time late VillIaci Goebcl for 5000 fee for repreentinexhim in the contest before the generals assembly will serer come to a trial i y The matter has been compromised Charged With Assault I iilsrllle Ky Dee 33lnrrlionyq Hoke and John Lips were arrested j wltIasuulteref rowly escaped death In their burning residence One of them got through the flames by throwing a feather bed over tr head 14out n5fQO T tf T i ASTeI4 AlB ctablcPrcParationforAs simitating Il1cfOlxlandRcgula ting the Stomachs and BoVlels or Promotes DigcstionChrerrulof ncssandRestConlains neither 0 iumMorphine norNineral- r OTNARCOTIC ttdeyrorAtllYStA 12R7C118t l Jrd JAaearrJa y + e i Geeitn1iI irnrFforConsGImRon Worms ConvulsiousFeverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP f FACSimile Signature of- r 4 r NEW YORK ILI EXACT COY OF WRAPPERl r il t fl of In Diamtr W YI Clocks and Silverware I Spectacles c c ctlctatu Diamond Rings 8750and Plain Gold Rings 85c and up Watches SlOO 5250 300 600 and upward CSTMail orders given prompt J HEINTZ r JEWELER t Motet 4a SHERIFFS YIIITUE of an execution to me k BYdirected which issuedi front the otEce of the Clerk of the Wolfe Circuit Court in favor of W L Hurt indII against John D Jameson I will on the 5th Day of January 1903 it being County Court day between the hours of 111 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door expose to l propl land lying and being in the county of Wolfe and State of Kentucky on the waters of Devils Creek and bounded s fellows towit Beginning at the mouth of a drain below H N Mortons line thence up the drain to the top of th hill to a black oak tree thence with III N Mortons line to the county road thence withsaid ruad to J C ToUonV line thence with his line to Joe Mullins line thence with said Mullins line f to f the beginning ami will proceed to ellI said land or 0 much as will be necessary a to satisfy said debt interest and all costs thereon to the highest and be t bidder on a credit of three 3 months giylogbearing 0 per cent interest from date rePleyine if the same shall not be paid at maturity when and where due attendance will be given by me T F STAMPER Sheriffof Wolfe County Sneriffs Sale for Taxes By virtue of taxes due the ShcriiTnf Wolfe county for years ItJOllDOC I will on MONDAY Jan 5 1903 it licing county court day between the hours of 0 t clock a m amlj4= oclock p m at the court house door in the town of Campton Ky expose to public sale for cash in hand the following real estate or so much thereof as may be neces sary to satisfy the taxes amiI costs towit IKKCIXCT Xo2 adjoiningl N B Graham town lot iu Hazel Green Tax and cost 302 Masco bash town lot in hazel Green Tax and cost 379 Sarah E Kash town lot in Hazel Green Tax and cost 38 Samuel Moores Heirs SO acres of land adjoining land of J D Hose Tax and cost 373 W S Willis 30 acres of land adjoining i5 land of Morgan Spencer Tax and cost 2sY PRECINCT No 4 adjoinJlag Joseph Gilley Tax and cost 1648 aljoiliingJaDIIS2S3John r adjoininga 283Robert aioillilgland adjoininiR land of Joel Chcnault Tax and cost S2H3 wf s i landlllljllilli1land a- ar k lI CASTOHIA I I For Infants and ChildrenI I The Kind You Have Always Bears the- Signatiure a I of I i In- Use For Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THE CTU co aT NEW YO CITY If in GUtS Iis1alertsI Jewelry attentionFRED SALE Bought Over Brilliant Holiday Lexington and Eastern Railway 1 Time Table in Effect October 19 1902 EAST T3UUrD X 02 Xo 4 Daily ex1 STATIONS Daily ex Sunday = i1 Similar PM Ivej AJllye ameIII pmq S 23 am 3 Ii IIMO Cloy City W II 13 am 4 twf IIUUIustanton Hi 9 it am 4 V pm iXat Bridge 59I M am 4 19IIIU trLITorrent2 10 03 am 5 11 IIUiOBllttvIJeu 7u 10 JU amt 11 iulHt OKIIUCIIO 11 LC am 0 1 pm90Jacksou IM111 30 am WEST BOUND o1I NoI DuilyexSunday AMArrI PMArri iIIi I pmtIDIspmSpmSpm 747am r2 CityLAKTuncn i2 i 07 pm im pGpmG0 K BRANCH EAST BOUND Xo 33 = Xn21 Daily XI = STATIONS Daily e- xsundI F m inliliay 1 a5 20II 417 11 11ilhtvst11 11 32 430 i1Ilawpton13 11 fiS- 20J5 10 IJe City 20 I12 22 5 IS 22 l 1S31527jlIcieChnwaMM 12 43 P11 Attn 1 II Are WEST BOUND Daily Xo 341 n S STATIOXS to ex Sun I IXn 0 15 9jracksnn t5 9 10 j OAK Junction r 2 SO 8 2S ill Williurstil 1 ISS li US1 Hiiuptoni3j I 32 7 35 X201 Lee City0 1 28 7 2i hI1 li i Iuival 1 2 7 00 27Cannel Cityrj 1 Oj A M IVKI tiIMLVE Nits T and 4 make close connection for Canncl Citr and points on Ohio and Ken tacky Railway Division daily except Sunday Junctiontwith Chesapeake and Ohio fur Mt Sterling pointsNos at Beattrville June tion with 1 S A for Beattyvilfe daily cx dept Sunday ItIIBGenlJianagerOI WANTED One dozen hens of the hatch of 1902 for which the paidApply THE HERALD I I SPENCER COOPER Editor= HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 11 H02- I i +CURRENT + COMMENT+ Wonder iif Senator Tillman has I his pitchfork in congress with him this season 0000 Sixty million dollars are beings I I theIbuilding of now hotels 0000 No one so far hns coed Hooso velt with having his measAqo writI ton for him 1our stlemious president going to escape such a timing 0000 I The S1 Louis Worlds Fair man agers have selected ivory white as tho prevailing tone for the exposition buildings that is white with a slight cast of yellow in iti0000 Now York wants to abolish the j useIIII j they needed one on nearly every i corner 0000- II The New Orleans courts have decided that the new Louisiana Jim Crow law requiring separate ac commodations to be providedon street cars for whites and blacks iis unconstitutional 0000 I Tho Philippines nowhavea Dem ocratic party Tho now organizu tion led by tho exinsurgent lien Lukben demands immediate home rule through the popular election of a legislative body II 0000 General Booth of Salvation Ar my fame says New York is one of the most wicked cities in tho world and now tho city claims to have 000000 church goers But which way to or from church 0000 Carnegie and Frick want to outdo each other in the giving bust sea at 1ittsburg and the city will undoubtedly profit greatly thereby Carnegie is coming back from Scot i land to try and holdup his end 0000 The workmen of Cologne Ger many have a system of mutual insurance against lack of work Members pay six touts a week into a common fund and if they go out of work they are paid GO cents a day for a limited period while out of a job 0000- Xearly everything seems to have been known in China before being discovered in tho western world Paper money wits first known in Europe in the 17th century but in tho ruins of tho statue of liuddah in Pekin a Chinese bank note dat ing back to the 14th century has t IfoundI 0000- Congressmanj Hepburn has been j studying the trust situation and now comes forward with a suggestion for the regulation of trusts based upon a prohibitive tax upon I over capitalization His idea is as j they do liquor and cigars and levy 111 tax upon all stock supported by poverty 0000 Tho New York horso show cost j I over 000000 But thats all i right We should encourage tho rich to put their money in circula tion in some way which was probably the Irishmans idea when he in to make theI trying a rhyme on word chaisos got all broke up and j i exclaimed Tho rich they ride in j chaises and the poorthe poor be jasus they walk 0000 Here is an interesting state of affairs existing between handwriting exports It seems that Daniel F Ames of California and W S Kinsley of New York had formed a handwriting trust They divid ed the denotes into two parts Kinsley taking all that section east of Chicago and Ames that to the west with tho proviso that if either were called into the others territory tho fees were to bo equal ly divided Amos was called in tho second Molineaux trial and served 21 days at 50 a day Kins ley now claims that Ames refuses Ito divide tho fee of 1Oooand asks that payment bo stopped until tho western man comes to time Hand writing testimony has been so much exposed in recent trials that in tolligent jurymen will refuse to consider it at all hereafter j Catarrh Is an excessive secretion from the mueoni membrane accompanied with chronic Inflam mation Hoods Sarsaparilla acts on the I cous membrane through the blood and mnjj tally cures nil eases of catarrh Take r- ysr e AyersMalaria and Ague Cure From Our Own Special Correspon- dentWASHINGTON CITY HEKALD In tho heart of IEditorevery American there I smoulders an ambition to servo his country Somo choose the ar alnrmsIendowed with tho gift of gab and the knack of tellinga good story break into congress where if they have other accomplishments btv side the two mentioned servo their country honorably and well But it is not of theso that I would write but rather of that counI there are about 80000 positions and most of these placss are in the various departments hero in Washington These places are apportionod to the several states according to population and it would perhaps be interesting to your readers to know how Kentucky fares and what per cent of her quoto she has received Under tho census of IlOs O Rout tucky is entitled to 215 places in the departmental service and has received through competitive ex animation reinstatements etc since I1SSit 110 places and has at this time in the service I15 t places or a little moro than i l lr of her quotoi the government pruning ollice i under the appointment plum Ken tucky was entitled to t 2 places and had received J 2 or a fraction more than 5Stf Under a recent I ruling of the Civil Service Com mission however the quoto ofn state iis no longer considered in tin government printing ollico ap pointments being made according Jto the ratings of those on time elig lible register those standing high est being certified for appointment first regardless of tho per cent of appointments a state leas received Tho Tenth Congressional Dis trict has five appointees in the Gi IP OChurllij Nelson milt Tom Waterman of Clark and J1 J N Vanarsdoll George Sthorn and myself from Montgomery I sup pose many of your renders will re member young Vamirsdalls father tho late Judge Vanarsdall of MenefeoClerks in the departmental ser vice receive salaries ranging from tGOO to 11200 per year anti receive in addition to the 550 days annual leave with and 550 days sick att m to 4I p in- Compositors in tho printing otV ice are paid 50 cents an hour eight hours constituting a day They also receive 30 days annual lease with petty but no sick leave A great many young men who conic here avail themselves of opportunities presonted to fit them selves for various callings and pro fessions and take up tho study of law or medicine or dentisry etc Tho physician who practices in my family formerly set typo for the government He now has an enor mous practice and has become so eminent as a surgeon that a work he issued on surgery is now a re cognized authority and is used as a text book in all firstclass surgi collegesIeminent gentleman who has risen from the printers case is Attorney Ralston who was tho governments counsel in the Pious Fund case recently tried before the llayne tribunal A few years ago ho was setting type for Uncle Sato Hon John W Langley of your district tho capable and clever disbursing officer of the census office also took advantage of opportunities presented to him hero and graduated from tho Column bian Law School with high honors Another gentleman and a Ken tucky gentleman at that who is achieving success as a novelist until who still sets typo for Uncle 1is II S Sutton of Frankfort author of Rhoda Roland a Woman from the West His novel was first published as a serial in a local paper and attracted such favora ble comment that Mr Sutton was induced to put it into book form There aro many others who have achieved fame and fortune who used a federal job as a stepping stone to higher things I do not mean to say that a federal job is essential to start a man up for tunes ladder far from itbut I workingforportunities that do not come to all young men and that by combin ing thorn with industry and ambi tion ho may lay the cornerstone of future greatness Examinations for positions in tho classified service are holdat some central point in the states twice a yearin the spring and in the fall The commission issues a manual giving nil information nec essary which can be had on appli Comireaus or schools advertising special information to applicants aro fakes as the commission furnishes all information necessary and the manual contains examples of the c 0 tc c x 11 The oldest safest strongest MaII I laria medicine Not toII 11ini 111 I i I OMumination similar to tat given applicants Your ClIAri OCoNSKII- A Costly Mistake lihnulor are sometimes vory ex pensive Occasionally life itself iis tho prict of a mistake but you Ml never bo wrong if you take Dr Kings Xew Ufo Pills for dyspepsia dizziness headache livor tr bOwl Itroubles They are gentle i Daysi ijuns Campion drug stores mnkingleI Advertisers this week take most giu every item of local news wo I could hear Kentucky nows gun oralI news the lessor for Sunday schools ntttlt variety of reading matter will 1m found on the first and fourth pages Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it Row To Plod Out Fill A bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a I setItling neys if your linen U evidence of kid ney too frequent to pas or pain in t back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out cf order What to Do There is comfort in the knowledge so SwampRootwish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability passingItunpleasantjduring the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect cf SwampRoot Is soon It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine yoa should have the best Sold by druggists in50c andl sizes You may have a sample bottle cf this wonderful discovery and a book that tsllsf more about it both sent absolutely free by mail it stains it trouble desire it the address Dr Kilmer ft nmne r SwaapRoct Co Binghamton N Y When writing mea- lion reading this generous cfier in this paper W i GAS I KEYII I IIAKI UKKN KY Dealer in General Merchandise t and Country Produce i I HAS sow OX HAND A LAUOEl i well selectcU stock of Dry Goods Notions GEXT FCIN1IlIIXi GOODi LAlHEI AND GKNTss THIS UEAIYMA1 E tI TllJ HATri AND CAP GI HOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES I DllUGS OILS cf cICfetJTln fact everything usually kept n first class general tore Call and amine his stock and hear his prices inII will treat you nicely The I I I 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 WF BAKER j KKPKESES- TlXItGUGGENHEIMER5COlnc I I Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VA Ii tHeadquarters Mt Sterling Ky j I I will be on the road immediately j with full line of sample Dry Goods Notions White Goods Patents Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placing their orders 45ly Ked01II Dyspepsia Cure I Digests what you eat I This preparation contains all of the j dlgcstants and digests all kinds of I food It gives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to cat all the food you want The mostscnsitlve manythousandscured after everything else failed It is unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant help but do you good Prepared only by E Ct IirVm ft Co Chicago The lbottlecuntainsai tlmeatbe50c silo t y1 itT Lir il III 1P PIERATT H C QUICKSALk SSiiDEAJlmS IXII CCCCCCcoo ao OrOO CCDICCDCCCCICOOCIIICICII1 It General Merchandisel b wrt oaeooooo0000000oooooswe owooooooooeaarooosoa CQOOOD 0000011 Live Stock and 1I Country Produce IF YOT WANT CHEAP GOODS COME t WITH THE CASH as that is the only Safe anti reliable witty to PLEASE DO rN10rASK FOR CREDITI respectfullyI IiH F PIERATT CO PS All parties now indebted to me- U f1 shod tll call and settle or thoro will fI le A HOT TIME IX TIlE OLD J 9 TOWN TODAYas I am deter f mimjd to wind up mall my outstand fiJ ipastii l fa roily lif you will pay nm fur myf 4 goudaconsumed a 4JlIr H F PIERATT f- i Y np98flR nnDLMm t H in t ssPILLSlU JlEnnW 1 csoti z = 7arv 1t ar eer tert n 1netnttaIa renouadlxae- oltaws t tJJt rn Nr u1ratralimEamm I i teurNisirnttbuthtutErrurt1aacdliyorrrtxc arm taurerrer t omdntsmooperbox0 xl- nrGaoo Die lloCIII 1CALCOCteselaadYla THE CHICAGOpTTHEIIIETery FARMER should read daily The Chicago Posttt Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago PostrEiery PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post Erem GRAIN Slipper should read daily The Chicago Post THE GREATSMARKET NEWSPAPER THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Subscribe through your commUalon firm newsdealer or publisher of newspa per containing this oavertUament Sample coplci sent free on request Alrois THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III P t CLOTHINGI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you wanii i line do not fail to call at once rAlsorI have always sold at 125 and the same pro r portion clear through E IRemember this is for CASH ONLY t JIl i I I THE PEOPLES FRIEND I iT E DAY MILLINERY t CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES DRESS FURNISHINGSII GOODStt TRIMMINGS c i RIBBONS c F And sells everything so low that the poorest may buy 11 a IJ TAYLOR DAYCAI- tItIFS A IX STOCK A FlIL LINE OFiJiadies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Shoes I Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact eyerything usually found in firstclass store I Deweese WilgusIi Practical Bricklayer HAZEL GREEN KY HAS had Thirty Years experience iis prepared to lay brick in walls build Hues and chimney set grates c In fact he can do anything in that line that can be done with brick mortar and trowel jggrSmoky chimneys repaired and guaranteed to draw t tli iii lB 3 II HOSE P +TOnSORIff PARLORS + iIIALEL GREEN KY 0GEORGE DYER Proprietor HAVING HAIRCUTTING sad allother branches of the tonsorial art in the latest style Clean towels arid sharp razors only in ue for customers J66TAednesdays and Saturdays each week are regular barbering days and the public patronage Iill respectfullyJ solicited +k r j I TilE IE 1 I l c I s I RheumatismWhat is the use of telling the rheumatic I that he feels as if his Joints were being dla located f He I knoW that his sufferings are very I much like the tortures of the rack perI That according to thousands of grateful testimonials 11IHoods Sarsaparilla It TiTonilty neutralizes the ncl 1 in the I blond on which the tli eae dee nds com cletely clininstes it und strengthens the ijsteui asaiiut its return Try Hoods j I Again wo must bog our Murphy fork friends to haul us in the woodtt they promised in tilt fall We arcf I needing it badly I STOMACH iis Ftretifrtltj WEAK and toned by lHoods Sar saparilkathe medicine that cures dyspepsia and POOR APPETITE lyrt1olHingo left Monday for Cincinnati where sho will spend the winter with hor sister Mrs Amanda Elkins I For CmiHiipntlflit Tate ISea Ian iivosyruii 1111 Ideal romrsly f ldttsandchlldnunaittal rnntdtntntennfpr ftip2Le mlI yuulerutlencuuutaua s treeer- bid hy1 O ttamjC Urssv Crot fc i U W SivinH Mayf town Kv Mi tdtIoutlast ir iiy atd he iis now at Judge SjuiuoV near Mt Sterling for a wivks toy Rev CE French I loan n tprn jj traded nutting at tho Christian church ii Tu dny aught which will ll CPI uutdl iudttinittly- Each ii tiit live tsiscribor ij who rin r 11 nos Ijill get a i Hicks Ainiio vitii foroeasts for 190o aI Ilik + hits every time Thrn t nrl1artya trs Atiili H tlliy uhtnnti ai tL rr r recircdrfitted by Mr 1 a v v j l knives iii rk tic i iiu linen j talie cd s Henry Cecil left Saturday for j Arbury j wangoV in Minefe A little birth viisKrs to u that the wedding A ill riot in that h1 ttt a I that lira Dnri cr at Crew H D Adans NW 14ti he was the teneficjjry o1t a liberal pounding 45 of the good citizens contribut ing It was just mule known to us but our space is far too limited 11 to publish the names u Willie Swango of Millersburg was the guest of II F Iioratt for dinner on Wednesday Ho onlyI got 88 acres of that XK acre farm he was said to have bought lint it is a beautiful place and he is de j lighted with his purchase Misses Hallie Thomas of St Helens and Annie Wheeler of this place left here Monday The j former for her home and the latter for Oklahoma where she will this winter be the guest of an uncle one of her fathers brothers There is talk of Bud Swango and family of Stillwater moving j to our town and everbody agrees that Bud would be a big addition to our population However the family are all sick and their removal is altogether problematical DS yItNNLItI RheumaD he DN1Eand Grave BACKACHEAD Bladder and r TDrtary DL ases 1F2huiu J i hy Mrs 7IVX n o James accompaiid by hor brother IIowj ard as far as Jackson who was alo escort to seiThoniaindVheelier left for hr hlIlt 4i Jackson on onipatuhis j j CEdFivt i i viff frm Tuck I son to ili 1 1I t tvl TO they j wills11l t CASTOR A hiiII corun E nIlLeJ ZI na Kind Ya Have 1sought j I Bears tho Slgnnturoof i Tho rumor wn current hero on Wednoptlay that Miss Etta Swan o- i eldest illl rf Arimy Svaii oji t nowt i LtLat Mao i r ityt buillltbl4tattache to tilt y rumor from the fact- II that Miss Etta has been teaching i neighsif t SyrupIT iCiit 3g better than laxative haveany vcu cerIjII Ihojlj Srown people L jjjf Creeklvy- iJ With the West Liberty Bank I11 TommieDautols thatlI as I Eistant cashier to Mr Archibald 1JJ shior of the West Liberty Bunk I 1et Liberty Ky and lou inie theirIthey willxtmul it materiall This they can do with dcasurotoTonrtnio I capitalhisji toward clinching the job ho is now holding told tend to his promotion in tho sheet subsequently Tom mii Daniels palifethislI section of the state free from the HllmlnndeducaiIii equippedhoji i i frioudd to empty their old socks of tho wealth there stored and send their spare money to tho West j j Liberty Lack for safe deposit jj I I have hzdouslon yourBlackDraught cine and am pleased to say that I never Ii used anything for stock that give half as good satisfaction I heartily recom mind It to all owners of stock J B BELSHER St Louis Mo notiIHTSOIIS shouldttpttt to he icard IIt Vhcn your stock suedseineI I wurthIt and stir ut the torpid liver and tho i l silollk thetr 1 stirs up the torpid lives ifjPoultryifi tiiuudover Horses work better Cows IJIW snore milk HUllS gain flesh And hens lay more epys It solvts the carol lout of making as much Hood1 i i t11IShi j and inewy as osible out of t tta smallist amount of fxl con I I s uineJ Buy a can from your dealer ftr Ij IHas Begun Improvements Mr llittenhaus who recently I purchased the Swango spring and i O acres of land adjoining was j here thus week contracting for luna i her stone vtc awl to get carpen tern to erect his new hotel which will bo 10x00 feet three stories ji and basement tho latter of con crete The hotel will be fitted with all modern conveniences stud tho table fare equal to that of any health in the He hasresort state contracted for a porcelainlined II vat that will hold five barrels and I in this he will be able to save n j vast quantity of water that hereto fore went to waste Mr I itteni hatis talks like a man who means i business and it is safe to say that j lu will revolutionize things at thisitit already famous health resort He says the effects of the water in his own case more than anything else induced him to invest in tho purI chase of the spring and now that ho has it ho proposes to make it an inviting resort for all who are broken down in health Ho hopes to have tIt hotel complete for tho roception of guests by the opening- of spring anti when he opens it he will be prepared to accommodate as many as may come at any on time Fight Will Be Bitter Thoso who will portal in their ears against the continue- rs commendation of Dr Kings Sew willihavctheir trouble if not ended earlierII j bv fatal termination Read what ITl It Ball of Beall Miss has tojI j say Last fall my wife had every symptom of consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else hilt failed ImI provement came at onco and foe Lotties entirely cured her Guar an teed by J Taylor Day I IIZlII j Green and S S Combs j Campton Price f 0c and 100 Trial bottles free An Oil Town Years Ago Pithole City in 1855 was next t Philadelphia the largest postofhceI in Pennsylvania In 1SS1 maize and timothy covered ground jj it Ire some of the most famous i j vlld had been and in tho city I of houses tumbling toIsares wero imilutbitantrA Frightened Horse r thoII a hundred other accidents are oven day occurrences It behooves overt othrnr4iavp a reliable salvo handy and there ions as good as BurnsrIcu sores eczema and piles dis ap oar quickly under its soothing effect 25c at J T Days Hazel Treen and S S Combs CC SousII Campton drug stores IhUALIJA nAY KXITII IU8K IHYshowerFallingLeaving raintlroiig when It Ui lone sun That Hjmrkle anti shine neuth the glowing The fraKranee of llossonis filling the air Droning bees flying here and there Gathering riches Iroiu evry llower Heedless of wind or gentle shower breezeIleafy panAndThe noogDcloverIFrtelnirss and beauty all around gruulltlThii That I think as pleasant as ono in Mar Myrtle Point Orego- nRevolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt systomiH Bittersjblesomo causes It never fails to tout the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Hitters iis only 50c and that is re turned if it dont give perfect sat isfaction Guaranteed by J T Day Hazell Green and S S Combs Campton druggists A Special Grand Offer I On January 1st 1903 tho Twice aWeek CourierJournal will cease i CouriorIJournal j vear1Allj or before Jnn1 can have onII I JournalJ snot them to Jun 1 lU04ij by remitting 30f extra Thus for ii 1 1150 in cash they can get bothIpapers for 18 months if the now nt once Try and get in beIi fore next Thursday Mrs Lou Day mine bighearted hostess of the Day House has the I thanks of the editor and his bettor seveneighths fora bountiful mess each of sausage and sparerib sent us Friday And apropos we indeed glad to note that sho iit uroII able to get about u little with the i aid of a crutch Her limb is still j in a plaster casing but Dr Center her physician has sent for and will apply u heel brace after which hej thinks silO will be able to walk asj- i well as ever Whats In a Name Everything iis in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salvo E C DeWitt it Co of Chicago dis covered some years ago how to I11l1kn salvo from Witch Hazel that Is a specific for Iiles For blind bleeding itching and protruding piles eczema cuts burns Dejihits given rise to numerous worth less counterfeits Ask for DeWitts i Itho genuine The ninny friends of Uncle Hugh Jin this section will regret to hear lof his death at Richmond Ky A dispatch from thnt place on the ird inst says Hugh Coldiron a I Confederate veteran who has been running over the country for some time fell goad while sitting in a chair in a restaurant here A per mit to the Pewee Valley Confednriii ate Home was found on his person SickBlood Feed pale girls on Scotts Emulsion allethe reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength gooddi health to those who suffer i I from sick blood fact that it is the best IIThepreparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents bestrfullest in strength least in taste theirIteens are permanently cured theabloodpaleness 1eaknessandnervous treatmentjIt is a true blood foodand is naturally adapted to the cure of the blood sickness from which so many young women suffer V We will be shad to wad a simple to any sufferer Re sure that this picture lathe form of a label IS on th- eE of terry bottle of yon boy SCOTT ds BOWNB Chemists 409 Pearl St New York e s 4 t tr from now until Christmas will be found a free lI game amusing and instructive50 different kinds Get Lion Coffee and a Free Game at Your Grocers A Home Oil Companyrr Articles of incorporation of the I Wolfe County Oil and Gas Com pany wore filed with the county clerk here last Monday The pro moters of the organization are J H H Stampor Jr president C C Fulks vicepresident and A P Byrd secretary and treasurer all of Campton Tho capital stock i iI100000 onehalf of which has been paid in the remainder being offered for sale at f0c per share The1 company owns 10000 acres of oil and gas leases in the best territory in this county and will begin operations us soon as machinery and driller can bo procured ThisI town lies directly on the famous 115 degree oil line running from Montioullo Wayne county Ky to Iarkersburg W Va Oil special lists regard Wolfe county as the most desirable undeveloped terri tory in Kentucky on account of its locution and numerous surface inIdications ofoil Campion Ky B S A Cold Wave The forecast of sudden changes in the weather serves notice that a hoarse voice andII heavy cough may invade the sanctity of health in your own home Cautious peo pie have a bottle of One Minute Cough Cure always at hand 1E H Wise Madison Ga writes 1 am indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health and probably my life It cures Coughs Colds Ingrippe Bronchitis Pneumonia and all Throat and Lung trouble One Minute Cough Curt cuts the phlegm draws out the inflammation heals and sooths tho mucous membranes and strengthens the lungs iHazel Green Oil and Gas Co The oil excitement has struck our town and there was talk this last week of organizing a company to purchase an outfit and bore for the precious petroleum in this im mediate vicinity There is abso lutoly no question of the existence of oil here and that too in vast quantities Whenever a weU isi put down the fact will be demon strated to the satisfaction of all and with profit to those who put their capital in the enterprise Since this above was put in type it is learned that E F Cecil 0 W Cecil Eo T Cash J B Davis W 0 Mize Wm H Cord R J McLiu and J M1 Rose comprise the com canny and as soon as enough land can be leased machinery will be bought and a well drilled Kodol Dyspepsia Cnre Digests all classes of food tones and strengthens the stomach and digestive organs Cures Dyspepsia Indigestiod Stomach Troublesand makes rich red blood health aid strenth Kodol rebuilds wornout tissues purifies strengthens and sweetens the stomach Gov iW Atkinson of W Va says I have used a number of bottles of Kodo1 and have found it to be a very effective and indeed a powerful remedy for stomach ailments I recommend it to my friends Burglars broke into the store house of W T Caskey of this place on Tuesday night last and helped themselves to clothing no tions shoos ifcc Mr Caskey is yet unable to state the exact loss he has sustained but is pretty sure nothing in the postoffice was disturbed Entrance was gained by prying and breaking open the back door This is the fourth time this store has boon burglarized If you feel ill and need a pill Why not purchase the best DeWitts Early Risers Are little surprisers Take onethey do the rest IleIi Howell Houston Toxa- swritesI have used Little Early Riser Pills in my family for con stipation sick headache fcc To their use Iam indebted for the health of my famil- yWANTEDSay 5000acres COKING COAL LANDS conven iently located for transportation to Columbus Ohio State rock bottom cash price and description in detail Lock Box 751 Colum bus Ohio 516 Nice for tale 0atthlaemaatlrOceata per 100 r 1 t iiQrw jL Christmas GamesFl2EE ofII In each pound package Lion I Coffee I iHeWRrfl ReWRrdl 2WA2t1 NEW AND CHEAP GOODS WE WILL KINDLY ASK ONEj milt all who pays us cash or uth rr lpay to call for coupon ticket and rcji ciivc premiums from our large assort ment oCII ri DECOR TED ijUEt swb ffeo gotten up especially for the holiday trade Come at once First come first served Also those hack number or unthankful fellows are invited nnd will save us hunting theta up as this iin onetime we are going after one and all who does nut respond and pay for past favors clW CO Maytown Ky Nov14 Jindttfdr a1k WINCHESTER KY K H WITIIEUSPOON President- It D HUNTER Caihier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40121048 This Hunk solicits the account of iner chants farmers trailer anti business nice generally throughout 1Hasten Kentucky sod offers its customers every facility anc the most liberal terms within the limits 01 legitimate bunking octlSly I iih FORA SItattHRmA ekKeepllgBoslaeu PHONOGRAPHY Tjpa Wi1t- hTdigiaj1j eddmr WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For elrenltr of hill famous sad retponill COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UHIYERSITY Awarded Medal at Worlds CzpotiUoa Refers to thounndi of rrmdattM In positions Cott ofrail BiulncM Course InclndlntTnl non Books md Board In family about X9- 0StortaadTypeWritingaadTtlegmpbySpecialhlt paTL Kentucky VnlTcnltr Diploma uoibrMal awarded xndaitw Literal Ooune ruse U detlrwi Netooalloa Xnurnow aradaaunncewftal- In onttr tt law war ttttm raw M adtSnH olt WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky ROBERT Pe RASH The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits the patronage of the merchants of the mountains He also carries a complete line of GOQOr81 ffiOICnaQaisO- iliyOOUQtru proauco Embracing everything usuall found in u ftrst class store and the pur chaser may shwa Retting the oody fur the lea money lieinviitea the of Wolfe and an to call andsee his goods and learn his and suggests that it mi pay come to take home a load of goods which will want to buy when they learn Prices jC Will meet any legitimate competition Call on cr write mo before buy ing ROBT P KASH McCausey Ky ROSE DUNNING f PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND- WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY LW Inrito the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their im = n roved facilities for blacksmithiag and wagonmakiog u well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first class mechanic insures promptness in the execution of allwork entrusted to them and satisfac tion iis guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are re1apectfullJ 12 iJ ir a t GREATIT y IX r Ou I I 2 E KY i are in it is is SALE desirable highest answered CASH LEAF LARD pound pound CORN SAVE THE Fauit and Vines Small Fruits Orch ard Lawn Wo ploy but sell direct Both LEXINCTON THE Owing tL- cContinued Weather We nriOVERSTOCKED OVERCOATS THOUSANDS Overcoats MEN AND BOYS AT COSTA- XURegardless Cost IICode Corfu Got Bargains Louis Gus Straus LEXINGTONS GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE CLARK HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 Main LEXINGTON Honest material master mechaniics and consciencious calculations their trade Hence that satisfaction guaranteed Slreitl In Itt s health and strength in a bottle of puro Beer And Lexing ton brow has purity quality Barley in it for food Hops for tonic And just enough toraid digestion Essential to tho weak healthful for anybody A standard high grade beer Unifor table use medicinal The beer that nour ishes cheers and LEXINGTONii i W R CRAWFORD CO s t Live Commission Merchants FOR THE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO 1r Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all stock at pricei Consignment solicited All correspondence cheerfully i t CECIL BROS 9- wS Staple FoncyI Grocers i Have in Stock and Sell Low for the following goods jarJELLIES25c PEACH 15c per SUGAR 5Jc to CJc per CADOVA COFFEE best in town 12Jc BONNIE ROLLED OATS lOc package SWEET POTATOES canned15c i for 25c KRA CT 3pound can tOe 10c per can PEAS 2 cans 25c BRIDLES ORAN1TE WAREc Ac Everything first and fresh and YOU MONEY on everything you of us TREESI TREES TREES BY MILLION Ornamental Grapo Asparagus Shrubs and everything for and Garden em no agents Catalogue on application phones HeF HILLENMEYER KY HERALD nEST andhe IS to Warm BADLY Of I of ana stock Theres and alcohol surpassed and purposes invigorates F Stock I JtSXHARNEdS class buy BO YEARS 11IE EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS i DESIGN MCOPYRIGHTS Jto Aaycae wa5lag a aketeh and deurf =ma- aatettyaaCertaiA free wbetber an probably paantabls mmsniatiooa trltttyrOldertazeaetorsecednspatentsw WubinetoacseePatentpedal DOtICIIln Lb SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN MllJOuxUU1tJIOOEMUNN A CO HI Eradwav flew i i ri t I =TO WORKING GIRLS FREE MEDICAL ADVICE Every working girl who is not I I well Is cordially invited to write T t Mrs Plnklmin Lynn Mass for advice it is freely given and t has restored thousands to health l russ Paines Experience I want to thank you for what you hTC done for me and recommend Lydia K Piukhams Vegetable Compound to all girls whose work keeps them standing on their feet in the btore The doctor said I must 1 stop work he did not seem to realize that a girl cannot afford to stop work ing My back ached my appetite was I poor I could not bleep and menstrua I tion was scanty and very painful One day when sufferintr I commenced to take Lydia E IMnkliams Vege table Compound and found that it helped me continued its use and eoon found that my menstrual periods were free from pin and natural everyone is surprised at the change in me and I am well and cannot be too grateful for what you have lone for meMiss JANET PAUTC MO West I 125th St New York Citysooo forfeit Iferljlnalcfaf e letter procing gtrruirrtrtlS can net ttproduced F Take no substitute for it is 1 1LydIa E Pinkhaius Vegetable p Compound that cures IIt Plum Peerless Puddings With the trot com 1 atibledahntjethe appetite for heartWhy r l spend time ant tcben Ib Ilum lu1ins ana Ie joui purehO1esome5ndcuVseUreU Ask your Grocer They te amont the test ol I FOOD LIBBYSNATURAL PRODUCTS Put ui t ncnnee n I eir or cans r OurMiV hoci rttj Make tiod Tlinji i toEat strrr rif rit i o sAtaiol the Voi ma iZns c e fr fc r v amps t Libby McNeill Libby CHICAGO U S A Via Dubuque Waterloo and Albert Lea FaCt Vestbuic Ngjt tran with through Steepce Car ItJict Lirarr Car anI Free Kcclm Cr Ir IIVnxffCai Seruice enrite T cketl t icut3 d I C R K awl tcnnsctmjlinf A H H N3CN C P A CHICAGO W E E TO To prove WOMEN the healing I siuJ cleansing power of Toilet Antiseptic Fujiwill mail larjrc trial treatment with book iuslnittiou ulrfouUly fr e Tliis is not sample but a large package enough convince anyone that it is the nrcot sue preparation known to medu Inc as a vaginali douche anti for the local of woinnn s iipeclalI ill cur discharges nod all knttamuiatiouutso to the teeth mouth nod cure catarrh today a postal wilt do by drunUt orient poet paid by ui CO I bos stIrocttuuguranteed JC PA AI1IloD ji PILES ilIt LY vURF PILEM audreseAAKFs1N one bulldluclCell 10ri N KE 1947- LT i THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Leuon la the International Serle for December 14 1DOS The Ilor Samuel THE IESSON TEXT 1 Sam 3614 6 ArtV the Lord culled yt again Samuel trd Samuel arose arxJ went to Ell urd uld Mere am I for thou didst call mend he answered 1 called not my son He lowr aguln 7 Now Samuel did rot yet know the wiri ntltlier sas the wont of the Lord ft renal unto him S Arl the lon called Samuel again the bird time And he orec and went tu Ell ledrat Mere m I for thou iilsti call Te An Kit perctlved that the lrh had th child J Tlirrofre Eli saId imtt Samuel Uo j wt rl it hall lie it lie edit Hue 101 ht2 baIt yav Sptak Lord tor Thy iirxirt ttaretli So Samuel went and Uy lWi i his placf- la Ant the Lord came ar 5 stood art ric a ilt cthtr tlmcF Siimuel Sinitiel the friniiiti arrvcroI Steak for toy not h- II aCtth r t hr lorl said to Samuel liettolt- II is a thin In lursel It whIch both bc aira orevery oie that Iwanth It hlH linGle i iIr that av I wilt Iterfurm naalrU Ell It thln1 which I loire token 0- trr g Ib iiOUr what Ibill I Wilt asoi- tiake or ted 1 Itr I hae told hIm that I will judge Ii Lti e urcver for the Inoitilty whld ht now II Ipcaup his iitts IIICC unIt eiVi t 1 at Ito reetratated Ilam rot- H Art therefore I have wrn tilito the tt I 11 that rhi trIilttt I I hiottr- tiH 101 he Illr1 with allltinlwr iflit- rg icr rrtlllli rlvroIienU lord fur III rrnut Iienretli I Sam hU Ot TIlNi OK SrUIITfltE SECTION tlirrah s 1 Sam IIMihsI J trXRn llt- SnrlK In the ttwn1 Sam 12 Lit oreieg i ioai- LI a n t atititl I at- itTlhiIt 1 t iit ItdUr llArKrihlKil jiil Itumah- XOTKS AND fOMMKNTS The lrds callcaitie to Samuel rtheu he was a mere lad because be tvUhcd to use him tutu mill still more fully when he should become a thOu Inqiiestionably Samuel didI a ruticli larger work because of Iii arly consecration to Cod lit iis on if the great invn iii history Eli lid something towards bringing bout the unity of the tribes Sam uel Ithoroughly completed it lie de livered Israel front the 1liilistines I roight it back to the worship ItJ I IIIah judged the nation worthily prepared the way for the monarchy instituted school for prophets etc His whole life shows the alue of ii right beginning The circumstancesI attending Ithe birth and early lifIIr the worlds great and good men ate always of il tent nnd value tVshiny the laid in order Ito know the man So VT treasure the facts about the hldhoiHl of Joseph Moses Samuel ntxid mil more than alliii JCMIS the Christ Chapter I tells of the grief of liar itali because iod had given her ItO children Her husbands other itofor in those days men often had several wives had children and he taunted Hannah in a very tin out way becaiwe she was nut so 1 cscd This WIK especially bard to ear at the time of the yearly visit nf the family to Shiloh to worship iit the tabernacle Shiloh was t Ithis Sine the religious capital of Israel On one of these visit S though her 1isbaud Klkanah tried to 4iiurirl 1er she was too sail to rat and ifier the fcacrilicial feast was ote r- the remained behind in bitterness of toiiland prayed unto Iehiosab jind wept sore tiilrhO promised ii her heart that if lehovah should rswtr her prayer she would bring ihe child up as a Xazarite anti dcdi tate him wholly to Jehovahs serv jet Though at first Eli who was 1Hgh priest thought from tier Mraige actions that slit was drunk I1 i souti SHW hi mistake anti said Ito her Ii in peace and the Codi of Nrnel grant thy petition The nest year when the family went up to Shiloh Hannah remained at home to take cnie of the child that had IHCII bom lIt long bfore anti whom she haul named Samuel which means A skctltiE Cod The sig which follows cents to I only remotely connected with the ftrepoing lIts Itheme is tthe humili ation of the lofty neil the exaltation I he lowly which is developed with utup eial refcreiee lo Hannahs cir cumstances Driver The reference to Jehovahs king leads many to thiik that itwas composed during Ithe kingdom which haultout been established in Hannahs timr tlsv that the tabernacle Xiulti cated permanently i11I Shiloh aildi tins of wood were built on around it fur the use of priests It was lucre that Kli end Samuel lived The word of lehovah was pre rloti Better was rare Xtorjtiert vision The1 prophets a a large class had not yet arisen The amp not yet guilt out The light burned in the sanctuary tillI dawn Jehovah said to SamuelI Kemember that Samuel was a verv little boy and yet the t ruthof Cod ime to him ulirecuJas it did not come to the venerable high priest liimrelftJfls ons and he restrained them not The whole Ktory illustrates the dreadful results IthaiI follow a parents mural weak nets in Ithe bringing up of head rng children FRAGMENTS High heels it is said were lint used in Persia and they were introduced to raise the feet from the burn ing sand of that country ly elling the tobacco btained by collecting cigar ends n Berlin society hopes Ilo get enough money to enable itii clothe and feed 100 children this Christmasr Irof Twining of Yale limb thoU the varying consistency of ice is due to tile different temperatures at which it is frozen If it is frozen at jut below the freezing puint it is transparent while if it is frozen at a much lower temperature it is porous andopaque owing partly to the Im prisoned air bubbles Yorkiirtnsjhiow kaleidoscopictint quieterthanmen there say that never before did a strangersto40000 to COOO As a consequence the bofcl were enormously prercrowdtd t DRUG HABIT GROWING genialloBBl Report M ade br the I terdenamlnatloaal Committee for Suppreailon at the Vice According to a report just issued by the interdenominational commit tee for the suppression of drug addle tion the spread of the drug habit is increasing at an alarming rate in this country It is asserted that there are more than 1000000 morphine fiends in the United States and that one per son in every hundred is addicted to drugs The viie is most prevalent among the wealthy elastes and among phy sicians Many of the latter who have become victims of drugs have be COllie outcasts Numbers of theta have been reclaimed by the committee and put oil their feet again Doctors are blamed for the spread of the drug habit for prescribing drugs to alleviate pain their patients often becoming fiends The offices of the commit tee are in the 1reibyterian building 150 Fifth avenue New York city I5ev lb P Sample I n LL D former mod erator of the general assembly is president While the foreign field ieedmull possiblei attention unfor tunately the demands of our country are little short of startling suys the report A plea is made for a Minitarimn for victims of the drug habit There are shelters for drunkards former con victs anti fallen woiuit hut none for these victims of drngs 1tiblic spirit ed men anb women seeking to become public benefactors could do no bctter than cndjw a hospital for these un furl tiuate PLAN EXCLUSIVE RESORT hUrl Mn of Xv York riillndclphl and ritMliurff la KttablUli nui- iiirr home un Jeraej Coast George 1 Gould Henry C Trick und other capitalists iu New York city Philadelphia aud Iittsburg propose establishing a new and exclusive siim incr resort i n Two Mile lleaeh island which is three miles north of CapoMiv Citytot the New Jersey coast The tate riparian hoard will meet tomor row in Jersey City and the syndicate behind the project will tiiiiIyun riparian rights n 7Vi miles of water front surrounding Two Mile IJeach It is conliilently expected that the onimission will grant the syndicate application and the work of trans forming the island to a resort will be begun at once An artificial harbor will be made for the lisa of private I aclit s boulevards aial avenues wil e hiiil out and system of drainage stablished Tin POM erecting hotels and mak ing other iinprovenients is estimated it IIrOtli Cottages tacIt costng tWill 11100 to 54001X1 will be built The islatid lois an ocean and inlet front age of tune miles To the wet in land lies tarvis sound Tin otlicial not e of the ynucate u the Ocean Villa Loud company MARCONI SEES FINAL GOAtS The Witrim felecniiiii VJnrd lie flare trtiis tlnulle Trt in- llrelj SnllHfuclory Signor Marconi admitted the other night that the vircless I outs between the IItalian cruiser Carlo Alberto mid his station at Ioliihu Knglnnd were entirely satisfactory lie aid that messages were successfully trans mitted and received on the cruiser while she lay in Sydney harbor litre with the Cornwall station The mes sages were in the Morse cole and were Iomplete III every particular being a Treat advance over the single loIter- S which was received last year nt St Johns N F Several inrttngvs were received and Signor Marconi iromses to announce Ithe text of I hem In a few days Meanwhile work nn the PuishiedtsI re ceived from Montreal ami Ottawa atteumiputulhimt tested a nil the inventor says lie is satisfied with it Signori Marconi expects to leave for cnn in the Carlo AlbertoI before Christmas While in hasten he will test the Cape Cod Station lie will also visit New York- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Dec 6 CATTLE Common 3 50 4 40 Butcher steers 4 90 t 5 00 CALVESExtra 7 75 HOGS Ch packers fi 35 6 50 Mixed packers C 25 S 6 35 SHEEP Extra 3 10 3 2- 5lAMBSExtra 5 15 8 5 25 FLOUtt Spring pat 3 85 4 10 WHEAT Xo 2 red fi i7Y j3YCORNOATS No 2 mixed 1W 34 RYENo 2 52 P 5- 3IIAYCh timothy 14 50 15 00 PORKClear cut 18 00 S 19 00 LARD Steam fpll 00 YChoiceAPPLES Fancy 3 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 75 rOUACCO New 3 00 11 00 Old 795 16 00 Chicago FLOURWin patent 3 50 Ii 3 CO WHEAT No 2 red t 74 CORN No 2 mixed f 5 55 31RYE75LARDNew York 55WHEATNo V CORN No 2 mixed CO4 61 OATS No 2 mixed 38 RYE Western 58 PORK Mess 19 00 20 00 LARD Steam tlJ11 20 Baltimore WHEATNo2 red 7434 75 Southern SamphJ 68 75 54OATSNoj CATTLE Butchers f 4 50 HOGS Western C 80 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red p 72 ORNNo 2 mixed qJJ 64 ATSNo 2 mixed 32 50LARDI Indianapolis 72yCORNoiOATSNOj Ii CONVINCING PROOF Case No 41O6Capt Alfred G Bigler of Hose Company No 4 Can ton Ohio says J bad a weak back ever since I was a boy and about six years ago the cause developed into rather n bad case of kidney complaint It was not a little backache now antI then but backache which caused actual uttering day and night and the harder I tried to get rid of it the worse it becameWhen the attacks were in the acute itage it was difficult to bit down and when down it was jiut as hard to re gain an erect position on account of the twinges of pain in the kidneys f can only describe some of the pangs is similar to that received from n knife thrust In time distressing and terribly in convenient urinary weakness resulted ausing annoying embarrassment dur ing the day and loss tufslcepduiring the tight I took everything which came tomny tolice from reading from observa ion and which my friends und ac quaintances advised I consulted physicians but none of them were able to relieve the trouble let alone stop it lrt became so well known that I had a pronounced case of kidney com plaint thnt I often received circulars from medical companies ottering to ure me and one day eighteen letters yore handed to me by the mail car ter When Doans Kidney Pillsattractcd ny attention I wanted to try them iust as I loud tried cmrything else and Mrs Rigler went to Durban fc Wright os drug store for a box Relief fol owed 1 knew after a dose or two hat the medicine was acting directly n the kidneys from the altered con dillon of tthe kidney secretions and encouraged I continued the treat ment Finally the backache antI other complications stopped Let me turn up my opinion about Deans Kidney Pills by saying I would willinglyi PaYOmit month wages for box of them if 1 could not buy them or less You can refer anyone ito me ibout Donns Kidney Pills and I will convince them that theyiiet just as representedFour Years After Lapse of time has strengthened my appreciation of DOOMS Kidney Pills I Iethis remedy my unquali lied endorsement in the summer of 139G because of the results Iobtained from n course of the treatment 1 nan now add to my original endorse ment the experience of a number of others who are just ns enthusiastic when they epres tluir opinion of Doans Kidney Pills as I A FREE TRIAL of this great kidney medicine which cured Mr Higler will be mailedi on applicationt tto any lpart f the Inited States Addres Ioster byhiJANUARY BUYING likeannary for tatiitaiiary tu ing Ti Ltiptutu is OTt tod tli rlyI Spring traJe not ytIterun IJnurr al 5 t gel drit phtk u alt iii e5tttti tsaiash tliero li smile time u fll ni4 sitip 5uarur 1cc whit greater PWltt asrturgc1heucrICiauguc ti 5 54 Ikun amatetnfitiiitf 5U- cIt nareru Ian I t u un crrtuiiiaf- you lureS Ly ahe yusr roll W MONTGOMERY WARD t CO CHICAGO The float that Telb Lhe Trulb FOR seLmuroned tIiIuotflirmt U umou orchard n- HIGHLAND unly or Eacritsone mile from taco 11t- Hu5rrootue wit hla i05ii Iiuui- H acritstiireeniks tromtusn Iuit- uhacres tnt trn hm ron Ldti- IiOacre tniflt lam uncut IU-IsI acres s a mthe from ti 0 Salt iIres four issn Itrn inn SOW Rl Iereiiiie old tstSit sunu ne- Ynby rrau One a barzJuin 5ui5 tiTli tsti- AddresJ I PAY HlOT CASH 5011- SIILETAR5 LAND WARRANTS15 0 V Pd T V- tniied to OIdlr any war Aleti StOeroAddt tonal ttonieuuuh ti IH Writ rnc III nero ItAtK1t litiJKU I O ror Ii tieaertuk5 DROPSY DISCOVER Y tit 0 ilk r trutime tnt lit Ilny IlntntKrtr Dr II II eaIcseos E Q ULAn ci- tucCrtflItl u Ubrre hal I fiml fometiiing nice in oil lor the doling room aIrd a tolitMllllilg woman of the floorwalker in a wotcin iii jartmcnt ttore O n the third 1tcin tae floorwalker Then he paiitd rd ookcJ doulitftilivat lhrin iiitrr DiJ toni uran a painting or ometlunKin t lie inline irneJ cc askcJ lloton tnntjan Ktj tsterShe31y mimi 1Ji iiaveyou unJirtan II on nometliinK liipuer than my dress lie uppopPillladelpuai m THINGS BETTER LEFT UNSAID Slid nllli the Itrit Intrntloni lint 53 Avrknrdtvn ioGteaVroti- liprcalott Under the caption The Art of Putting Thing an Kiisisli author has giv n some very amusing example of yuig tiuucs in a queer way One of tie limit unfortunate corded attempt to csape from a eonvrr- tional ditticuhtlniaitc I lht y an Ivast end curate who cultivated the irienddiip of mechanic One day a carpenter came to him and said 1 lave brought my boys likcnc s as you said youd like to iiavp it How good of jou to remember mid the curate What a cipital likeness Hoar iis hieY Why sir dont you rrnicmbcr said till carpenter Hes dead Oh yes of com e I know that replied till curate I mean ho5 the man that took the photograph A story is toldtEal younit lab rcr nhooii his way to his daya work callfd at tie legiMrarn oflice to regunterI hu father death When the official asked tiie date d tile event the 1011 rep td- Hi Suit dead yet but lieu be death be fore night so I thought it would rave me another journey if you would put it down now Oh hut that wont do at allaid the registrar IVrhap your father will live till to morrow Well I dont know sir the dotter lay an hteont and he knows what te has given him Tbe Troof of the 1nddlnv Lie In the Eating The donors arc dumbfounded tlic urug gl1 aalouuhod and Ithe people excited and joyful over the wonderful cuics and tremin dous saJeH of the glean itenicdy J t laiobi Oil Every ase f Kietimati ni umt if many years etauidingias jiucn way to tiiis powerful remedy 1tiaatids of eel titicatcs lika the followin can be furnished a to its value deorge Scleyer PubiUhcr of the Chilton lisI Volk5botc used St JJCOIH Oil fur jmo t unbearable pains in the bat k xvhicii hail completely prostrated him A few ap entirelyMr 0as for a lung time severely troubled with IMiemna turn St Jacobs Oil inrtautly ichevcd and I herI of Roch trrX Vftif from Klieumatic iwims I hat lie wa unable to nrcaeh SeveralI npphca linns from it bottle of St Jacob Oil re bored him 1 Radilrr Cleveland Ohio says Two applications of St Jacob Oil cured me of great and lorjr continued jvim in ny fiki- tMcsrs C L llriiTidaKe anti Son Dni 1ieijtit bottles at retail yeMerdav Thi will give you some idea of bow well it iis liked in t hi section Mr Louis lliuikelui Eat Poe ten Kill I hietII nutiMii nail pain in the Kick Herman Ilittner Manehcster K II I IIae tried St hiteiihi Oil awl found iit ex cellent All tlut who have rmrrliiod it I ineoinjoraiieCtiu I usas in lou mffering front a swollenI lep 1utcih S- t1abs Oil its effect was wondetfiil The following day atenJnl to my lniMlII c i again Ilr otto Tills Kenning 0writctTlttale of Stt Jarobs OilI iiin rAnlantly incnas ing it i praied by fverlto dy and never failt to Rive entire satisfaction 5 101011 Ntria- nuu ni He tlng wiiat thus eah eoiiti try needs 13 tattle ItIr sjfi more tn0- II 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Ttvme 01 life arid none uf iis rtwarjs I lucas Jaurnil Dont Neglect a Cough Take Some hales Honey of Horehound and Tar inl antei Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one minute The nun who lstay Iio lent nmt hu te sail the nnn who doesnt pay iii obliged IIIIkeep moviig thicasoi Daily News Fruit acdn will not stain goods Jed with Putnam Fadeless Dyes The vainest hopes are cenerally the most roseate Chicago Journal Why rtsthl i 1pure It is gentle It is pleasant- It is efficacious- It is not expensive It is good for children It is excellent for ladies It is convenient for business men It is perfectly safe under circumstances It is used by millions of families the world over i iItstands highest as a laxative with physicians- If you use it you have the best laxative the world produces AsmM MSsaxctaaan ae affi s sa u rlrt 1 SISTERS OF CHARITY Use Peruna for Coughs Colds Grip and CatarrhA Congressmans Letter In ever eouuit ry tif t hoeivilivili I I world Sisters of Charity arc Iknown Nut IIlIh do they minister to till spiritual ami intelleitual needs of tin charges com milted to their ran hilt they also minitor to their lustily needs With so many rhildrcn to lakecaru of and to protect froiinlimtt aiuldifasc tlu x wie ami prmlcnt Sisters hIfound Vriiia a iicivrfiiiiMr safeguard Dr ilarlmaii receives many letttrs from Lit liolic Sisters from all over the Unilid Static A ivcoiiiMUMid ivcontly reeividI from aCatiiolie juistt itutinu iu Detroit MieLl read as fI IIOhiohearthe Ieruna was suffering from liri ngi lis and loss of voice The result of lit treatment was most satisfactory She found great relief and after further use of the medicine we hops to he chic to siy she is entirely cured Sisters of Charity The young girl was under Ithe eat of the Silers cut Cliari tullII IVruna fir eat arrhi of flu throat uitii giKnl ic siiitsnslltpnlHivct loiter toitilios Semi tu The IIV runa Medicine Co Co lumbus Ohio for a frre liooh written by Dr Ilnrfinan a atktviiat leiiilcter h A i to New 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