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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, December 18, 1902. The Hazel Green herald. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1902 haz1902121801 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 18, 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. i r CIITT SSSSSSSSS SS X i1 i ADVERTISING I fTESf0 j+ Coma r seat fU w tu year a 0 i14 t sear 2000 i Ii Jlacbcs Ijcar 10 plL1tit 7 inch scar UQto DDouoccmnlsSt1le sad District o officers MOOO County officers fKOO 1- rr Town offlcrr faN calls on candidates I or political writeup In cents line a jAt ti furnijtcd same as locals 5c a line J i 0IFIElMERSEYIDEMCEw T E IFIElMERSEYIDEMCEr mission About All In Commission Will Probably Adjourn Next Saturday For the Holidays The Sessions May Then Be Held in Philadelphia Scraiitnn Pa Dec lIThe strike coianilSSioii Friday Iheard cumulative testimony tn matters that have already been touched on by witnesses This tpstlirouy tended to show that there has l ltn xresslve docking that many ni n have Keen discriminated against because they went on strike rather than do the work of strikers that they hav l een pall one price for mine iars of all sires that they do not gtt paid for all the coal mined that they hould have the eighthour gay lieta18I the mines are unhealthful and iaucerous and that they ought to receive higher wages Late in the day President Mitchell v as called tc the witness stand and presented comparative figures which Choc that then paid by th day re ceived front 0 to 50 per cent higher wages n the bituminous regions than in the anthracite fields Ills figures of the anthracite fields were gathered ty his own officers and a hurried com parison with the figures handed to the commission by the Delaware Hud vor Co he said showed that his were ucra l higher The attorneys for the miners do not upect to Hose their ease until the early part ot next week It is not known to the lawyers for the corn panis whether they will bo able im mediavly to proceed with their case and i is possible that they will ask for n short recess Two lode rriers who were formerly mine workers were called to the stand in the afternoon Hodcarrlers In the icini y of WilUesbarre they said re reived 2 cents an hour time and a half for overtime and double time for Sunday or holiday work Bricklayers receive SO cent an hour time and a half for extra work and double time for Sunday or holiday work Stone masons received F3 a day They all worked eight hours a day Both wit iiesses thought the miners ought to lt v a day- Scranton Pa Dec 15The mineworkers who have been engaged In presenting their side of the contra versy with the anthracite coal operators to the anthracite coal strike commission for about 20 days will close their case either Monday or Tuesday That Is tielr present program They have a considerable number of wit nesses among them some young silk mill girls they desire to be heard The miners may however continue to present witnesses until President Mitchell who has gone to hla home in Illinois for a few days returns so that he can be on hand when the op erators open their case The companies hope to be able to start their side immediately after the miners close Former Congressman Simon P Wolverton leading counsel for the Philadelphia Reading Coal Iron Co will make the opening ad dress for all tie large companies and possibly the indepenndents also Aft er the opening statement witnesses will be called by each company- It Is expected that the commission will adjourn next Saturday for the holidays and meet again in one or two days after New Years day There is considerable talk of holding the sessions in Philadelphia after the Christmas adjournment Some of the companies prefer to have the hearings there especially the Reading and tome members of the commission are not averse to holding the sesions in that city The matter has not yet official been brought before the com mission SAC AND FOX INDIANS A Large Majority of the Tribe la Afflicted With Incurable Diseases Guthrie Okla Dec 16Dr Wyman government physician at the Sac and Fox Indian agency in Oklahoma an nounces that a large majority of the tribe are afflicted with tuberculosis scrofula and other Incurable diseases and adds that the tribe will be prac tically annihilated within a fearyears The latest report says there arc but J9 members of this once powerful tribe left COMINGtJNearly 15000000 Bushels Will Be r Shipped From Pittsburg This Rice MonongahelafallingSundaythree days The Ohio river mark at slowlyThreestarted south Sunday and fully 5000 000 is expected to be shipped Monday which will make the aggregate for four days nearly 13000000 L 60uvenll8j hundred j slid sixty members and guests of tho Pennsylvania society of New York were present at the fourth annual din If tier of tie society Friday night The coalbUcketsStopped the Trip Hammer Chicagoheellth steamtripf J thekfinntyP1114r ebo1 3- r 1rfi- YJ u THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDJ Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story1 of Jonathan and His Coutlueut by Max OJIcll apBSgrgf EditorThe OldGSJ Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky MouiltaiasRwaya In YBAR advance I VOL XVIII HAZltL GREEN WOLFE CO KY THURSDAY DECEMBER 18 1902 NO 181 CYANID OF POTASSIUM A Discoveered By Prof ONeill Bnkley Cal Dec IIrof Ed niond ONeill of the University of California chemistry department has discovered a new process for making cyanld of potasium from nitrogen of the atmosphere a discovery that will allow prdous than it has ever been possible to man ufacture It Such an advantage can he obtained by the new method that It In hoped to secure a great reduc tion In the coat of extracting gold lhy the cyanld process and in other similar metallurglc operations Prof ONellls process Is analagous to the method of making nitric acid from the nitrogen of the air a result which has been worked out and sue cessfully demonstrated at Niagara Falls SUBMARINE TORPEDO BOATS Considered a Practical and Useful Element of Sea Coast Defense Washington Dec 13Maj Arthur Murray and Capts C J Bailey and G F lenders of the artillery corps of the army have made a special re port to the war department m regard to the recent otncial trials of the sub marine torpedo boats Adder and Moc casein In Little Pwonlc bay which they were Invited to witness The re port says that these trials are thought to be sufficient to show clearly that this type of submarine boat has passed the experimental stage and that such boats hereafter must be taken into account as a practical and useful element of sea coast defense THE NATIONAL LEAGU Harry Pulliam Elected President Peace Negotiations New York Dee 13The National league of baseball clubs which has been in session here since Tuesday last completed its business Friday night and adjourned subject to the call f President Harry Pulliam who was elected to the principal executive of Ace Friday The next session of the league will probably not be held until its committee having In charge the task of concluding a peace arrange ment with the American league is ready to report OCEAN TUG WRECKED Her Tow a Standard Oil Barge Was SavedOne Life Was Lost Rockland Me Dec 13 Standard oil barge No 70 with Capt Human Oleson and crew was brought here Friday night in tow of the revenue cutter Woodbury by which the barge was picked up to the seaward of Sad dleback ledges The men reported that the ocean tug Astral Capt Root of New York in tow of which they left Rockland Monday for St John N B was wrecked on Mount Desert Rock in the gale Monday night and one man was lost COSTLY CONFLAGRATION Property to Amount of 175000 De stroyed at WinstonSalem N C TVinston Salem N C Dec 13flrdestroyed property here valued at 175 00l with 120000 insurance Among the losers were Vaughans knitting mill WhitakerHarvey Co tobacco manufacturers Lippert Scales Co leaf tobacco Ogburn Hill t Co lear tobacco The fire began In the third story of Vaugbans knitting mill and the cause is unknown ILLINOIS CORN CROP This Years the Most Valuable Ever Produced in the State Springfield III Dec 13According- to the bulletin issued Friday night by the state board of agriculture this years corn crop is the largest In point of production and the most valuable ever produced in Illinois The total yield 1ij 321OOU000 bushels llUOUOOO bushels more than in 1879 the banner year heretofore The value of the crop this year Is 114217000 which is by far tie most remunerative crop of corn ever raised in Illinois Griscom Going to Japan Washington Dec 1Tae president has selected Lloyd Jrlscom jr now minister to Persia to be sinister to Japan succeeding Mr Duck deceased Richmond Pearson of North Carolina consul general at Teheran Iraia is to succeed Mr Griscom as minister to Persia Scarcity of Coal in Kansas Topeka Kan Dec 13There is a great scarcity of coal in some por dons of Kansas Considerable suffer ing has resulted already and mu a- more will ensue unless the famine shall be relieved ct once The complaint is made that the railroads con fiscate to their own use nearly all the coal that Is being shipped 10 the ex treme western portion of the state The Restaurador Captured Port of Spain Dec 13 Restaurador formerly Jay Goulds yacht entered this port flying a German flag and ac companied by the German ship Ga zelle by which she was captured In Ve zielan rs The Restaurador is manned by 40 Fire In GermansI Boston Dec 15Flru Sunday night In the Hathaway building at Nos203 218 Summer street did damago to the extent of 150000 The building Is oc cupied by printing and booKblndlng flans nnd wool flWlers 1 t iMJ RE lAYING THE CABLE The Shore End at San Francisco Successfully Landed The First Message Over the Cable Was Sent From the Shore to the Chief Engineer on the Vessel C San Francisco Dee 15ln memory 5f John W Mackay I christen the Pa ific ratite May it always carry mes sages of happiness With these words Lucille Gage the ll year old daughter of IL I Gage governor of California Sunday chris toned the trans Pacific cable and breaking a bottle of champagne over the hore end inaugurated a new era in the commercial development of the Pacific roast The landing and splic ing of the shore end which Is to con neat the main land with Honolulu was accomplished without hitch of any kind and was witnessed by 30000 or 40000 people Ideal weather prevailed their being scarcely any surf Early Sunday morning the steamer Newsboy carrying six miles of cable steamed close In shore off Bakers beach south of the Cliff house and through H life savmg boat sent ashore B rope to which the cable was attached The work of hauling in the cable was done so expeditiously that the of facials arrived on the beach only two minutes before the cable was landed The great bundle of wires touched the beach and was christened at J5 oclock While the cable was Iwlng spliced to the land end Mayor Scamitz delivered a short speech congratulat ins Clarence Mackay on the successful beginning of the work He also spoke of the importance of the undertaking ant the benefit to the world at large that would result from Its completion Clarence W Mackay president of the Commercial Cable Co thanked the mayor and those present 5ov II T Gage on behalf of the state of California paid a fervent trib ute to the late John W Mackay The formal exenlss dosed with cheers for the cable and all those taking part in Its landing Refreshment toms were erected on tie beach and while the cable was be ing spliced Mr Mackay served cham pagn and other refreshments to a large number of specially invited guests Mr Mackay1 also sent a tele gram to President Roosevelt announc ing the event When the splicing was completed late in the afternoon horses were hitched to the end and the cable was drawn through thE conduit to the able station At the same time the steamer Newsboy steamed out to sea five miles and anchored the cable with balloon buoys It was picked up by the cable steamer Silvertown and ta ken aboard The splicing to the main body was completed Sunday night ant the Silvertowu headed for Honolulu at a seven knot speed The first message over the cable was sent from shore to Chief Engineer Be neat on the Silvertown congratulating him on the successful landing Soy eral tests were made as the cable was being laid out by the Newsboy and i was found to be In perfect condition A portion of the cable was rut tip Into tiNio bits for souvenirs anti dis tributed by President Mackay amon his guests San Francisco Cal Dec I5free id nt Mackay received a menage from the Silvertown at midnight say leg that everything was working to perfection SUBSIDIZED RAILROADS All Companies Have Settled Their In debtedness With the Government Washiu toll Dec ITbe annual report of Gen Longstreet the com missioner of railroads says that of tile railroad companies which have received government subsidies in bonds all have settled their Indebtedness with the government except the Cen tral Branch Hallway Co the successor of the Central Branch Union Pacific Railway Co The report of the bond aided and landgrant roads show an increase of 20000000 in net earnings over those of UOL There was an Inv crease of over 45000000 in gross earnings and ot 27000000 in tx peiues The report deals with the detailed annual summaries of the oper ations of the road embraces the prln cipal laws of congress that relate toI thn bondaided and landgrant rail roads and Includes abstracts of the decisions of the supreme court in rases affecting the bond nided Pacific rail lnltIelReconciliation Reported Sioux Falls S I flee 15Thef- riends of Mrs Roland B Molineux in lac divorce colony here are responsible for the statement that all contemplat ed divorce proceedings on her part will be dropped and that she will soon return to New Yorn where a reconcilia thou vith her husband will he effected More Schooners Lcst St Johns N r Dec 12 Furious snow storms continue to sweep the New Foundland coast Four more schooners have been lost one with her entire crew of ten persons Other vessels have been driven to sea and are believed to h a in great danger Portrait of Luther Found Berlin Dec 12A hitherto nor known portrait of Martin Luther painted by Lucas Cranach tic sole brated artist burgomaster of Witten berg has been un ovf red to tie iown of Wittenberg i MRS GEN SRANT DEAS Expired at Her Home In Washington of Heart Disease Washington Dec 15Mrs Ulysses S Grant wife of President Grant died at her residence in this city at 1117 oclock Sunday night Death was due to heart failure Mrs Grant having suffered for some years from valvu lar disease of the heart which was aggravated by a severe attack of bron chltln Her ago prevented her rally ing from the attacks Her daughter Nellie Grant Sartorls was the only one of her children with her at the time of her death her threo sons having been sutnonftd here all being out of the city There were also present at the bell side when the end came Miss Rose mary Sartoris a granddaughter Dr Bishop one of the attending physicians and the two trained nurses Death came peacefully the sufferer re- taIning almost complete conscious ness practically to the end For sev eral years Mrs Grant has been so fee ble that it was Impossible for her to accept social engagements She suf fered from rheumatism and was compelled to walk with a cane or with the assistance of an attendant She was 76 years iIt age at the time of her deathThe remains of Mrs Grant will be deposited in the tomb at Riverside park New York where those of her husband now repose Whether they will be taken there Immediately or this ceremony will be postponed for a time could not be ascertained at the house Sunday night WENT THROUGH A BRIDGE Three of a Crew of a Wrecking Train Killed Others Injured Brookfield Mo Del 15A wreck- Ing train on the Hannibal t St Joseph railroad went through a high bridge over Yellow creek Saturday night while on the way to clear away a wrecked freight Three dead bodis and several injured persons have been recovered from the wreckage art more may be found The collapse of the steel bridge was caused by a collision between the superstructure of the cauMwa aad a steel derrick Engineer Goode and Fireman Greene were ImprioiUi in the cab of the locomotive by tons of twitted iron By aid of the moonlight they pounded an opening within sledgehammers and crawled into the water whence they were rsscuetl- DLVASTATLD BY FIRE Property to the Value of 150000 DC stroyed In C nttrvlle Md Centerville Md Dec 15The bust ness portion of this city was devastated by fire early Sunday entailing a losa of about 150000 with insurance of 78000 A high wind rendered the work of the local volunteer fire department inadequate and a special train brought two engine companies from Wilmington Del whose work soon subdued the flames ON A WAGER Two Men Are Driving From Colorado to Ashevllle N C Knoxville Tenn Dec 15Edward- M Barr of Chicago and Dr Stanley O Sabel of New York who are driving from Colorado to Asheville N Con a wager left Knoxville Sunday morning have less than IlO miles to make before Christmas Tbey have driven 3000 miles since the middle of June and have avoided large cities as much as possible Barr is a son ot J MI Barr general superintendent ot the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul railroad A LONG JOURNEY George Harold Says He Has Traveled More Than 65000 Miles St Louis Dec 15George Harold K tramp who says he has traveled more than 65000 miles is in St Louis with a queer collection of relics and souvenirs He Is headed for Guate mala where he declares he will receive a wager of 5000 He is 27 years old aud has tramped steadily for eight years During that time he has been In every country on the globe Harold arrived In St Louis from the Klon dike regions Oil and Anthracite in Alaska Tacoma Wash Dec 15 Southern Alaska may rival the anthracite coal and oil production of Pennsylvania according to Charles F Sinclair who has arrived from Katala bringing coal samples running 70 per cent In illum inating quality Katala is 2111J miles east of Valdes A Fatal Quarrel Clinton la Dec 15 During a quar red here Sunday Charles Granderson of Sioux City was shot and instantly killed Benjamin Carrel was wounded twice and Mrs Carrol was probably fatally shot The shooting resulted from jealousy Morphine Poisoning Galveston Tex Dec 15A young German who was known here as II S Benjamin Is dead from morphine poisoning It is said his right name was Hans Gwafblehl von Schoffky that he was a German count and that ie owned a large estate in Germany Sven Inches of Snow Omaba Neb Dec 15Sevl1 inches of snow half of which has fallout since morning is on the ground Trains Sun day night are coming in late from all directions No wind acconjpiined the storm however Ii fjlici li K WITH SHOT AND SHELL Fort and Castle ir 1norro Cabelio ijnickly Destroyed This Means That War Has Begun Be tween Great Britain and Germany On One Side and Venezuela On the Other Puerto Cabello Saturday Dee 15 The British cruiser Charybdis mill tie German cruiser Vineta bombarded lilt fortress Iwo at 5 oclock this aft 1 noon and quickly silenced it hue homo bardment lasted for 15 ninnies The fortress is composed of Fort Solano and the castle Lihertador Utr th firing ceased the Char hilis sent ma rifles to occupy the castle The fortress was almost demolished It iei probable that only a few persons wer Injured by the shelling Tie com mander of Castle Llbcrtador has been taken prisoner The cruisers are ntiil hereAt 7 oclock this morning tho Char ybdls and the Vlneta arrived her searching for Venezuelan gunboats The two cruisers sent their boats into the Inner port hut finding no gunboats tho boats returned The captain td- Ito British merchant steamer Topaze which was seized by the mol here last Wednesday thin visitedI the British commodore on hoard the CharybdU and lodged a protest against the viola tion of his ship The British captain returned an hour later with a detaci mont of 50 marines who took charge of the Topaze The populace was greatly excited at this incident anti raised the cry To arms but there was no disorder The British commodore llin snt a message to the authorities at lPleno Cabello demanding immediat aliiai tlon for the art ion of the mob in hav ing hauled down the British ila from the Topaze saying that ii thin ratis faction was not forthcoming in tohours at 5 oclock the fort rw and the custom house would bo bombard ed On receipt of this demand me authorities sent a message 10 Irsi dent Castro asking for instruct 11 A nmmlttop of the merchants of Puerto Cabello then approached the American consul here petitioning him to intervene TIll consul accepted this mission and visited the cruisers limit ho could obtain no alteration in the derision of the allies At 515 a reply was received from President Castro who anlhorlKett the chief olflclal Mere to give the BritX commodore ample satisfaction Before this answer could be communicatcvl to tho American consul Uie hour utiti ulated for its receipt had arrived time cruisers immediately opened fin on till frortres The fire was returned from Fort oolano and Castle Liberia dor hilt the Venezuelans guns were soon silenced While the Urine con tinned there was Intense excitement in this port Evry iioiise in ton 1 was dosed The people of Puerto allo east net account for this preiipila action on the part of the allies wit h they con rider to be proof that treat jnmin and Germnay intend orcin war upon Venezuela The British marines poitu= to wake use of the cannon in Castle Lihertador No damage was done to the town The excitement of the people Is sub siding Caracas Saturday bee ITheBritish legation here was reopened tonight under the American flag by V W Russell secretary of the American legation The statement that Italy through her legation here is to demand pay ment of her claims against Venezuela has been confirmed The arrival I of the United States gunboat Marietta at La Guaira yester day was due to a rumor that United States Minister Bowen was In danger There Ihas l een no ground for such a rumor and the presence of the Marl etta was nut requeued by Mr Bowen The situation in Caracas continues to be critical and there Is Intense excitement among the German resi dents of the city Today the Germans sought refuge at the American legs Hon where they wire sheltered Mr Boweu has gotten in quantities of all linds of provisions to be prepared for any emergency The enlistment of Venezuelan soldiers continues Two thousand men rrom the environs of Caracas and Va lends came into this city today Priests arc preaching for var It ie reported that i0 Germans living in the country have offered to support the Venezuelan government against Germany The people of Caracas are astonish ed that tine government at Washington remains silent in spite of the recent acts of the allied fleet Aged Photographer Dead Detroit Dec 15J Jex Bardwell 79 years old one of the oldest photog rappers of the country flied here Sunday He was at one time president of tie National Association of Photographers Government Bill Passed Brussels Del IAfter a prolong ed debate the chamber Wednesday night by 09 votes to SO adopted the government hill providing for the pun ishment of persons using indecent or improper language In any public place or at any meeting Mrs Hoadly Sells Property New York Dec 11Mrs Hoadly widow of former Gov George Hoadly lit Ohio has sold a five stury residence at No 31 East Fiftieth street pur chased 15 yeas ago when the family fret came berg from Cincinnati 1I 4 ii iki FtKatFrtF Fef6 4ti fQ 4CeC frF66G4 44 i ti R x- ty 4- rl SUN LIFE INSURANCE CO It Reinsures Its Business in the Company Louisville Ky Dec 13It Is stat Iel on Rood authority Friday night lint l deal has been consummated whereby the Sun Life Insurance Co of America with in this city has re insured its entire business in the Life Insurance1 Co of New York The deal was practically closed at a meeting of the board of directors of the Sun Life Co hold here Friday altcinron std a special meeting of the storkholdTB of the company has been ailed frr Saturday to ratify the trans fer The derision of the directors of the Sun Co is the result of the recent tax laws of the state which bear heavily upon insurance companies incorporat ed in Kentucky The Sun Life Insurance Co was or anize i in 188J and the greater portion of tee business is on thn Industrial plan It line about JOitdOu policy hold ors and nhout 20i 00iitH insurance is involved The amount to be paid in the deal is not yet known FRAGMENT OF A METEOR It Was Picked Up in Bath County and Taken to the State College Lexington Ky its 12A fragment of the meteor which fen in Bath comfy on the night of October 15 is now in the hands of Prof A M Miller of the State college who Is making an analysis of its The piece weifeho 1 pounds and is as black as charcoal the inside resembling lime stone rock It contains Iron nickel sulphur silicates and other metals It was picked up by Buford Staton at his home three miles from Salt Lick and sold to W H Daugherty of Owing vine its present owner Daugherty brought the body to the State college lor analysis A FRIENDLY SUIT It Will Be Filed to Test the Status of Gov Beckham Louisville Ky Dec 15At a con ference held hero between Allis Young chairman of the democratic state executive committee and several friends of Gov Beckham It was decid ed to file a friendly suit this week it Nelson county to determine whether Gov Beckbam Is eligible to become a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor next fall The law of the state provides tat no man can be governor for two successive terms but Guy Beckham claims that he was elected to fill out the unexpired term of the late Gar Gobel PAID THE PENALTY Frank Lewis Hanged in Harlan For the Murder of Henry Dixon Harlau Ky Dee 13Il1l1k Lewis was hanged Friday In the presence of 5000 people for the murder of Henry Dixon Lewis came here from West Virginia about three years ago and married Miss nixon The men had quarreled over the separation of Lewis and his wife the latter being Dixons daughter Found Dead In His Buggy Maysville Ky Dee a discharged soldier who recently returned from Manila was found dead in a buggy near this IItISunday morning He started for his home at Saturday night when It was said he was under the influence of liquor When found his holy was halfway out of the buggy lying across the dashboard There Is no doubt but that he froze to death The Action Ratified Louisville Ky Dec 15Thl trans fer of the business end of the Sun Life Insurance Co of this city to the Insurance Co of New York was completed when the stock holders of the Sun Life formally rat ified the action of the board of direct ors and time head officers of the com pany in reinsuring its business Suit For 25000 Maysvllle Ky Dec 12 Pleasant Hendrickson of W B Barkloy filed suit In the Mason circuit court Thursday morning against the C O railrotd for 25000 Barkley was killed at the depot in this city on December 11 1901 while on his way to Cincinnati with a load of cattle Died of Overwork Ludlow Ky Dec 13 Overwork causing nervous prostration is blamed for the death of Councilman Casper Ritchie Friday at his home on Elm street this city He had worked 12 or IB hours daily as head for a Cincinnati bakery Shot and Wounded Owensboro Ky Dec 15 William Horrell a farmer living near Birk City shot and wounded John Rush a young man of the because Rush persisted In pay Ing his attentions to Miss Elizabeth Horrell the young daughter of Horrell To Expend 300000 Bowling Green Ky Dec 16It stated here on reliable authority at an early date the Louisville I ville Railroad Co would expend OlO in building a new depot and grotto Its ibl4 cUjr nI 11ii SUBSGbiPLON RflTES1 0 g igj 54 if muffle y u a e prod It You should revLtOWIUday kfortime is out mini f- e yt IItee stonle county and staac + y pebaegelt3 Oemttancet Mi on M tM made ljM + r- n 0 tc t L1 letter or bank draft j 4 o sSt I m S CrG6trrGCrn frtsFtQlti0 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS Q i lii9iiS S t aial7tMetro- politan headquarters Metropolitan l composition ILJames- Quaw Flemingsburg Metropolitan administrator bookkeeper Dangerously dangerously neighborhood wuI jariJicJlttiSUft f fA PROSPECTIVE BRIDE 1 r Carrie Gardner of Munfordsville Mysteriously Missing in Louisville y Ionisvillo Ky Doc 15Miss Car rie Gardner IS years old a tall and handsome blonde has keen missing slum Wednesday tint the matter was untilSundayat Munfordsville Ky Her wcijdins day has been fixed fur New Years eve She cane her last Sunday to pur chase her wedding outfit and made part of her purchases on Monday and Tuesday Sho has relatives living lucre and when she disappeared Wed l nesday it was thought she had visited t her brother in another part of the city t Sunday her brother sister touch aunt met togctaer and for the first tithe it WitS discovered that she waR mypteti a otisly missing She had 52 with her when last seen Foul play Iis feared KENTUCKY DISTILLERSI i I Investigating the Feasibility of Estab lishing a Mutual Insurance Co e Louisville Ky Dec1n The com 1 mittee appointed by the Kentucky Die tillers association to investigate the feasibility of establishing a mutual I insurance association met Thursday and decided to write to all the distill in the United States asking their Irs of the proposed movementrj Another meeting will be called in about ja week to consider the answers and if the majority of the distillers an in favor of organizing a company tc take their own risks active steps to ward this end will be begun i IDOWN WITH SMALLPOXiIe i Waited on a Son Whoso Case Was Diagnosed as Chicken Pox Bowling Green Ky Dec 13JohQ 1 L Thomas one of the best known a s men in the Polkville neighborhood iis now confined in the pesthouse with smallpox Mr Thomas son was rev l I siding near the city and broke nut 1 with the disease The case vras diag nosed as chicken pox The young I mans father was permitted to see him y and to carry him a change of clothes The next day young Thomas case was I pronounced smallpox and he was removed to the pesthouse In nine days his father was stricknII CHINNS MURDERERS 1 Sentenced to Be Hanged on the 13th Day of February Next i Lexington Ky Dec liOn Satur day the 13th day of December Earl I Whitney and Claudo OBrien the youthful murderers of A B Cuinn were sentenced to be hanged on Fn t I day February 13 near the county jail t and the judge limited the number ol spectators to 50 I Whitney weakened when he heard the day of his doom while OBrien rolled a cigarette and smiled Both cases will be appealed to the court ol appeals Store Destroyed By Fire Louisa IKy Dee 1Flre destroyed the store of J F Hackworth at this place entailing a loss of 15000 with no insurance The building was a substantial twostory brick and Mr Hack worth was almost suffocated Ho was rescued through a window just before the flames reachedI hula room to Be a Staff Officer IDeclines Ky Dec 12 Becaustf he was only a captain In the confed orate army Capt Oliver L Redd has declined an appointment on the stall of Col Bennett H Young command Kenlhueky l lieutenant colonel Whitecapping Triall Owen boro Ky Dee laThe first prosecution in this county for white capping is on trial here It is that 01 I John Webber who with his brother Robert Webber Emmet Fulkerson ti Mike Bivens and John find William l l Tones are charged with whitecapplns W H McDowdell Horses For Newport Lexington Ky Dec 15 Monday afternoon a carload of horses belong ing to various owners will bo shipped to Newport to take part In the coming outlaw race meeting there Phil T Chinn says there will be fully another carload to go the latter part of the week n Preached 1000 Funerals Hopkins villc Ky Dec 12Rer Al W Meacham aged 85 n Baptist min ister died near here Thursday HI Chad served almost every Baptist church in this section He baptized 4263 persons married 800 couples and officiated at 1 000 funerals uSeveral F Olive Hill Ky Dec 13Smallpoi- ds prevailing at Grayson to an alarm Ing extent County Health Officer 6 Hudgins returned from there aftei placing several families in quarantine There Is much opposition to the quart amine Poolroom Men Finedr LexingtonaMcLaugblln and Phil T Chinn were each fined 500 in the circuit court for conducting two poolrooms Jaraea Kearns was fined 250 tot opentUHJl pSi j8vl r r N The Kind You Ilavo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 Years JIMi borne the sitmatnro of II kand has his personal supervision deceive All Counterfeits Imitations and Justassood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and UlrenExperfence against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- goricI tff Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee destroys Worms allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend t GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of n i The Kind You toAlways Bought In Use For Over 30 Years b vwa ewvurl eorwr n tewoaa errv fl mint mini of Holiday Gifts IIn Diamonds Watches Jtweliyy Clocks and Silverware Spectacles c c I crerrrculDiamond S750Il and upward Plait Gold Rings 75c and up I Watches 100 J250 S300 I and upwardIj I tSTMail orders given prompt attentiontlI FRED 11JEWELER11 I E Main St opp Hotel LEXINGTON I SHERIFFS SALE BYmtldirectedi office of the Clerk of the Wolfe Court in favor of W L Hur UircuitIl against John D Jameson I willon the 5th Day of January 1903IF it being County Court day hours of 11 oclocka m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door expose to parcelland public sale the following described prop of of I Wolfe and State of Kentucky on the waters of Devils Creek and a follows towit Beginning at the mouth of a drain below H X 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 with said road to J C Tolsona line thence with his line to Joe Mullina line thence with said Mullins line to the beginning and will proceed to sell neceiSlrytocosts thereon to the highest and best bidder on a credit of three 3 months givingsecuritybearingand have the force and effect of a replev issueupaid at matur willbeT F STAMPER Sheriff of Wolfe County Snoriffs SaIo for Tax3 By virtue of taxes due the SheriflTof Wolfe MONDAYlIarbetwccnmllUdlloclock publicleestate uecesxcosts land adjoin tNo2tHazel Hazel cost Green Green 365 GreenTaxSamuel Moores Heirs 80 acres of land adjoining land of J D Rose Tax and cost- S 373W adjoininglandPRECINCT Xo 4 adjoinIn1648K Spencer 15 acres of land adjoiningR laodof costsz adjoinlagcoattss3oiniiglandMorton Swango 50 acres land adjoining landof 283Rolandadjoining+1 land of J T Day Tax and cost f2J7 PRECINCT Xo 7 inJngland6TAMPFAJHe441 MY been made under since its Infancy Allow no ono to you in this It and roaaarwtacr Rings 1600 KY bounded thence Lexingtoni antTime Table in Effect October 19 1902 IEAST BOUND Xo2J li INo4Daily ex 111iI1 j uiSunday I L SUlidayIiPMI Lye l it 2 25 01 7 45 am 3 10 1011OljLexington1I 20 s 25 am 3 5ti 40 9 13 am lOt pu UwStanton L1441 9 23 am 4 35 IDlI5iIXat Dridgeiir 9 54 am 4 49 ut pt2 10 08 am oil pni70jt BeattyveJc0lO 29 am 6 11 puilHj O SKJincnHMl 26 am C 15 ImiiJackson 94 11 30 aUl WEST BOUND No3DailyexSunllayjII I ASLArrI Iqi IMArr-10 10am Jackson JUltlJnlSwpmSpmSpm 747 am IlICla City62 3 47 pm 7 alum iOiJfJuncn7036 pm 6 29 em 90il Winchester HO 2 30 pm 6 25 am IILexicgton94 2 25 pm 0 K BRANCH EAST 1SOITND 21DailyexSunday330 0 Jackson 0 11 20 33 i fiOK Junction 6 11 M 4 17 11 ttiilhurst11 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 5S 1 10 20 Lee CitrO 12 22 5 18 22 Helechawa 22 12 2S 13PMI WEST BOUND No 34 = No 22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday m f Sunday 9 15 9 Jackson 2 85 910 lOiK Junction t 2 30 823 158 8 15 1111Wilhuntlll 1 52 7 US 1 28 7 2ih 1 22 05AforCannelSundayXosl and 2 connect at L F Junction Sterlingontllocal Junctionex cept Sunday ManagerCnAS NAB DOne dozen hens of the hatch of 1902 for which the paidApply tu Q t r r THE HERAIB SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Dec18J 1902 +CURRENT +COMMENT+ Sputa Claus will soon bo in our midst and we hope he will come well loaded with presents for the little ones 0000 Congressmen are freezing at the nationalcapitol for the want of toIact quickly or thorn will bo a shower of anthracite bills in thei house 0000 Six strikers who woro found guilty of cutting telegraph wires beating nonunion men otc during tho recent New Orleans strike have received heavy sentences of imprisonment 0000 An American concern the Pitts burg Pluto Glass Co has purchased for 1000000 tho immense plate glass plant at Courcellos Belgium tho largest in Europe Tho present capacity of tho plan is to be doubled 0000 It is apparently better to bn a jockey than president of the Uni ted States Danny Maher has just returned from England with 150 000 as his savings for a year It would bo nico if we could all carry tho pigskin for a year or so Eh p 0000 Tho mayor and 11 councilmen of tho city of Denver must spend four months behind prison bars A stern judgo has so ordered lie recently enjoined thorn from adopt ing an ordinance in favor of the street railway and they paid no attention to tho injunction 0000 If reports are true and we have no reason to doubt thorn the trusts are better represented iin Washington this season than are tho pee p0 Representatives are there iin great numbers prepared to fight any undesirable trust legislation that may come up in tho house o 11 senate 0000 The Chinese of Now York city are plan ing to erect u hospital iin the Chinatown of that city where their sick may be treated by phy sicians of their own race Thi hospital if it is established is tSl bo conducted on the Oriental plan and will bo a distinct oddity in this country 11 0000 The Union Pacific Railway Co will put into operation Jan 1st a system under which its aged em penIst least 5100000 will be used in this j way with a view to cultivating the best relations between the railroad and the men who work for it 0000 For the first time since the bal lot was given to the negroes there will not be a Negro in the South Carolina legislature or in any state office next year The disfranchise ment of tho blacks as a class bylaw and the abandonment of t6 Lily White Republicans acted to keep them away from the polls 0000 The second session of the 57t congress has some history making matters before it for attention and action will be watched with unu sual interest between now and March 4 Some of the weighty problems are Trust control tar iff revision Cuban reciprocity cur rencyreform admission of Arizona New Mexico Oklahoma etc 0000 A Texas exchange gives the fol lowing piece of news A Texas mans cotton was eaten up by bollI weevil and his crop destroyed by a drought his only daughter plop edwith a vagabond and his son followed a circus On top of all1 this his wife gave birth to triplets He committed suicide by the ropeI and rafter route and tho coroner returned a verdict of justifiable homicide 0000 The attorneygeneral reports that 16400 cases were filed in the last year under tho federal bankruptcy law which has been in operation- over four years New Yorkstate furnished the most baukrupts Illinois next then Alabama Massa chusetts Maine Ohio Iowa etc in order The first two years the law was in operation about 20000 bankrupts took advantage of the law each year 0000 Tho brilliant career of Thomas Brackitt Reed oxspeaker of the Y do z FYou have it You dont want it Then why keen itA Drive it out with Ayers I11IIMalariaand Ague Cure house of representatives camo tan end in Washington early Sun tiny morning the 7th inst Ho wa a great leader in political life for over 25 years and the famous ReedI Rules wero long ago adopted by the factions of all parties He won a high place in the hearts of the people and all regret that such won have to be taken from us From the Wild and Wooly West CHANDLER Ors Dec 8 190 Editor HERALD Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir As I am again in Ok lahomn I will with pleasure writo a few lines to THE HERALD Harvesting the crops is tho order of the day and all of them are a good average Cotton is the principal crop in Eastern and Souther- Oklahoma I Wheat is extensively raised in Western and Northern Oklahoma the eastern null south ern portion being broken and the vastprairie adapted to wheat culture The people of this territory aro preparing for statehood and the majority wants single statehood which would donbtless bo the best for tho people of the territory If tvegeteiuglastatohoodiuthoceursoof the leading states We already have our site for a stato capital and it is ono of beauty and we have a government experimental schoolI located at Stillwater Wo luivo a splendid school system that we boast of At tho present timo i seems like taxation without n prc sentation in Oklahoma Of course we send our representatives to con gress but still ho hasnt a right to vote on lisubjectsJ bo it for or against tho people of Oklahoma I am at Chandler which is lees ted iin the eastern end near tho Creek Nation It has a population of 2500 has three cotton gins roller mills and an oil mill 11two latter consumes all the cottonseed ginned in Chandler and sur rounding towns After they press the oil from the cotton seed the cotton seed meal is fed to cattle and it iis grand feed From 1000 to 5000 are fed at Chandler dur the winter Sling hope in tho near future to see add a star to Old Glory + I am sure the people will try 11and her a shining4ightamon- the other states of the Union The west is fur ahead of the east for a poor man and especially a young man for inducements aro offeredl themThere is n demand for ladies also as there are a number of bachelors in Oklahoma possibly the writer is numhered with them This is pleasant climate being betweenI the extremes of heat and cold theI mercury seldom reaches zero here Snow is scarce in winter I close by wishing the editor and his better seveneights a splendid success Yours sincerely WILSONORevolution Imminent A sure sign of approaching revolt systemhstomach upsets Electric Bitters will quickly dismember the troublesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate tho kidneys und bowels stimulate the liver and clarify the blood Hun down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending aches vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only SOc and that is re turned if it dont give perfect sat isfaction Guaranteed by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Campton druggists The meeting conducted by Row Chas E French at the Christian church which began Tuesday night of last week terminated last night Although there were no additions to the church much interest and earnest attention were manifest Keep It in Your Home And when the bowels Tail to net properly take a dose of LyoNs LAXATrva SYRUP It acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and nake your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Swango Maytown Ky Make up your mind to do some lone an especiall kindness Thursday next and note how much better you enjoy what you have Dont Think because you have taken many remedies In vain that your ease Is Incurable Hoods Sarsaparilla has cured many seemingly hope Pest eases of scrofula catarrh rheumatism Uddney complaint dyspepsia and deHItriZZ c lk Made irf SCA7U o- LoUMMa All rrie Sold byII I I I 1avo Linden hIS Leon confined j to his led for a week or moro withl j likeaitJ according to Dr NiekelFs diugj nosh and one night last week was quito sick Blunders A Costly MistakeIi p ouIIIKings New Lifo Pills for dyspep sillJc1izziuo3iJ headache liver or bowel troubles They are gentle yett thorough 25c at J T Days I IIiiz l trpon and S S Combs t Suns CMupton drug stores I IL J McLin left yesterday for Leo City Jackson Torrent Win chester etc and will bo gone for daysn OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys t- All Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood the blood in your body passes through your kldnevs once everythree minutes its merits I The kidneys are your blood purifiers they fil ter out the waste or impurities in the blood If they are sick or out cf order they fail to do their work cess cf uric acid in the I IneglectedII I heart beats and makes one feel as though j I they had heart trouble because the heart i overworking in pumping thick kidneyIsII poisoned blood through veins and 1It used to be considered that arteriesII kidneysti all constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no by first doctoring your kidneys mistakeI and the extraordinary effect cf Dr Kilmers i SwampRoot the great kidney remedy soon realized It stands the highest for IsI wonderful cures of the most distressing and Is sold on fiftYIcentes You rray have a Palnsachesandrheumatism 1sample bottle by mail nomo of swampRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to findI if have bladderout you kidney or Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y W 1 GASKEY HAZEL OIIKEV KY Dealer in General Merchandise and Country Produce NOW OX HAND A LAIUJE HAS well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FUUX1SHIXG GOODS LADlE AXD GENTS TIE J READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AXD CAl J BOOTS AXD SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILStic c inaa lintclass general store Call and ex amine his stock and hear his prices He will treat you nicely The COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS want to send you their catalog and circulars If you can not attend one of our schools now WE CAN TEACH YOU Bookkeeping and Shorthand successfully BY MAIL AddressThe Elliott SchooltWheeling ClarksburgW W F BAKER neiRESENT- IXUGUGGEWHEIMER5COlnc Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VA t3 Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky- I will be on the road immediately with full line of sample Dry Goods Notions White Goods Pants Overalls requestthe j placing their orders 451yII KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the dlgcstants and digests all kinds of food Itgives instant relief and never tails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want Thin most sensitive manythousandscured after everything else failed Itiu unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant helpbut do you god lcagoTIiolltmueCODt r II i f H P PIERATT ElC QtJICKSALE a v H F PERATT4CODEALERS CO II H ppee00000000e000040dOQ060004000000400040040e6e44040400 1ienera1Merchanj rUH h il 1 R F- Live Stock and Country Produce YOU WANT CHEAP GOODS COME 1WITH THE CASH as that is the only anti reliable way to do business PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT Very respectfully r H F PIERATT CO fA P sn f IF safet IAll parties now indebted to me 9 should call and settle or there will t be A HOT TIME IN THE OLD I TOWN TODAY as I am deter mined to wind up all my outstund I ing business Thanking you for f 1past patronage nUll moro especi ally if you will pay me for myfJ goods you have consumed I remain rtspectCullfJ 9 rrH F PIERATT RESTORED r iqP i0iDA s r IItheI 1 II b THE CHICAGO POST Every FARMER should read dally The Chicago Post Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago PastvEvery PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Chicago PostkEvery GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPERT- HE i BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Subscribe newapsper y THE CHICAGO POST Chicago IIIff CLOTHINGI have a nice lot of clothing which I intendII to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once OSAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro throughRemember for CASH ONLY w J 1W ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND I IIIEDAY MILLINERY A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS F c RIBBONS HOSE c tdF And sells everything so low that the poorest may buy r J DAYCARRIES IX STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods FurnishingsLadiesShoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware c Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps I fact eyerything usually found in firstclass store I Deweese Wilgus Practical HAZEL GREEN KY HAS had Thirty Years experience is prepared to lay brick in walls build flues and chimneys set anythingiomortar and trowel It Smoky chim neys repaired and guaranteed to draw I 2ID111PILLS i I il i THEHOME PAPER THE 3 I iicO1 CARRIES TAYLOR In Bricklayer +TODORIAL + PARLORS + HAZEL GREEN KY 0GEORGE DYER Proprietor HAI1 CUTTING and SHAVING branches of the tonsorial art in the latest style Clean towels and sharp razors only in use for customers a Wednesdays and Saturdays each week are regular barbering days and the public patronage u respectfully solicited e n t Pr w 4 1 4c iE MI JL r FoZZ t J tii EFlAL =Impaired Digestion May not be all that Is meant by dyipepsfa Y now but It will be if ncgUvtctl- Tne uneasiness after oatir fits of ncrve oas headache sourness of the stomach and disagreeable belching may not l e very bail noir but they will be If the stomach is offered to grow weaker pjgprpsla is such a miserable diseaw tbst the tendency to it should lx given early attention This is completely over come b- ygoods Sarsaparilla whichstrciiKth lIo thew hole dlcstlveSstCl John M Koso has tho prettiest and finest lot of candies wo hi vo seen bnnannas oranges otc CDrCenter reports the following Born to the wife of Mitch Camps bell on Saturday Dec 13n girlIj Sink self next Thursday and try your hand at heaping happiness Uponthoheadofsomeotllerhnman1 Our friend and fellow citizen JamcsB Cecil line tho thanks of the editor and his better seven eights for a backbone and a mess of pork sausaglITH i fully nMored lhy the HEAL alterative andI tonic lIoollsI Sarsaparilla and yon rotiKniIicr the old savihealth IIS EAL THIj Christmas i just a wkoli vvt we hear of no Ciiritmia tree to gladden the heart of the little ones Something of the kind will bring joy ttr the tots Gtiirs Lockhnrt atilt Geo Rico of Maytovvn wr innleaiIs liratt houses on tho hill fwd laying a double Illkr in the oue occupied by John II Rose and family For tunapamtTa- teLronLt riMSj unuNawlrerracdyfot pdksand hill neatrn wntkrlKCCndMh- rruflur rrraLLUnclnc twces l 1ve u Old hy J C tamper lira= y Greet w Rwatgn Msj vi Ky- Benj 5H1Ioi C aptoi pusetd through our town quite early yes terday iiiorniiu giug towards West Lifty Lut whither bound1l or wht is iiii d ponent say eth net Dr C ttr r Ioitsl that Mrs S C AlexamiT f yslxro who has recently snt red t tree hemor hages of tlr liii4 jis improving rapidly He thinks she will soont be up and about again RheumatismKIDNEY Gravel BACKACHE CUREtJtlnaryufM ty Sold by H K Iirait Hazel lirvcn Ky Our brighteyed little friend tjluuksofI apples and he id assured that they were especially enjoyed I CASTORIAI for Infanta and Children Tto Kid You Have Always Boughtt Bears the rtSignature of Dr H L Center of Maytown has been sick for sometime and iis indeedso low that there is small1 hope of his recovery His brother Dr Marion Center of our town assisted by Dr Xickell has given him the best attention but skillI seemsof slight moment in his casejj ir itillRhy1 DeWiits Early Risers Are littl siirpriafr bestITake nthey do the C W H Hovif 11 Houston Texas 3 nilcsI11lc used Little Early r Riser Pills in my family for con jv ftipatioii sick headache fcc To their use Iant indebted for the 1 v health of my aunty rA young man bought a half dozen 22short cartridges here on t Tuesday night and tired three of them before ho reached tho river Yesterday morning he confessed ir Before Judj li ratt to firing on i S the strut ail ws limd yiOly an iverage or j fli tact slut Thais la a Hams i Everything is in the niimo whet Salvo0Deittcovered some years ago how toi 1 HazethatForhndprottUdugrises and nIl skin diseases De ThidieC counterfeits Ask for rho genuine A u The second number of tho mw paper at Morehead tho Morehead1 Mouutaidoor has reached our san turn and we note that Prof E W McDiarmid f iiifAcademy i and Prof F C Button are editors The paper is well edited and tho advertising columns show an ex ptltronagIndeedJ11 has an ad of 56 inches or about 1 inches more than tho combine- dvertisinga of all tho merchants of Hazel Green in THE HERALD In brief tho success of the piper assured and we gladly welcome it to our exchange listIKodol Dyspepsia Cure Digestsi all classes of food tones and strengthens tho stomach and Dyspepsil1ril makes rich red blood health aid11 stmith Kodol rebuilds wornout tissues purifies strengthens an- weetens the stomach Gov G W f Atkinson of W Va says I hat used a number of bottles of lea ol1 and have found it to be a very effectivei and indeed a powerful remedy for stomach ailments recommend it to my friends Rev C E French and wife who have hems visitingi tho latter mother Mrs Angelina James another a relatives for a week or ton days past left today for New Dec ford 111 where Mr French has a regular charge They are both great favorites hero and their lo gion of friends hoped they would remain with us during the holidays at least lMrs Laura S Webb VlcPnttident Woman Demo erotic tubsof Xortiiern Ohio I I dreaded the change of life which was fast approaching I noticed Wine j of Cattle and decided to try a bot tic experienced some relief the first month so I kept on taking it for three months and now I menstruate with no pain and I shall take It off and oa now until I have passed the climax temale weakness disordered menses falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off They follow a woman to thcchange of life Do not walt hut take Wine of Cirdui now anti avoid the trou ble Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman uf any ace Wine of Cardui relieved Mrsl Webb when she was in danger When you come to the change of life Mrs Webbs letter will men more to you than it does now But you may now avoid the suffering she endured Druggists sell 81 bottles of Wine of Cardui I OFbJJd Christmas Turkey John Evans today expressed Andrew Hngnn the popular In ington distiller a fine fat ChristI mas turkey gobbler weighing 25 willtbe far aheadof any man in Lexing ton for his Christmas dinner menu for no man can equal him on a dinner that day unless he too shall have a mountain turkey toI grace tho board for no place o 1they grow with the same gamey and juicy flavor A Cold Wave- chnngesji h may invade the sanctity of heal in your own home Cautious peo plj have a bottle of Ono Minu I I Cough Cure always at hand E Wise Madison Ga writes I nml indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my present good health atria probably my life It cures Coughs Colds Lagrippe Bronchitis i Pneumonia and all Throat and Lung trouble One Minute Cough Cure cuts tho phlegm draws o tho inflammation heals and soot tho mucous membranes andi strengthens the lungs Apropos of tho robbery of Ge1I Cox in Broathitt lust week rumor is now current that thoIII iHowerton who is working for simo company and who was last i seen in that county some five weeks ago has not sinco been heard of and fears are entertained lest hojI has met with foul play I 1YAITiEDSlt 5000 acres COKI r LANDScouveuI iontlV located for transportation I rocksbottom cash price and description j in detail Lock Box 751 Colum bud Ohio51G 3a1eatthlomceatCeceata per lee j I Highway Robbery in Breathitt George B Cox of this place who is delivering pictures and collect ing for the Chicago Portrait Co was rpbbed of 50 in Breathitt one night last week Ho had collected the money in the neighborhood above Oakdalo and started to Athol ito get a mono order to transmit it Ho topped at Oakdale to warm and ongoing out of the store dis buggydn iut the store and got a young man to help him hunt the horso and sjbiigcy They wero following the buggy tracks when they mot his I horse Morning minus harness or buggy They tied the horso and continued their pursuit of the hug gy which they found in the croak where it had been hacked over a j bluff hank The top was crushed and broken seven pictures andI a lentorlI 9Ifo and the young man pulled the buggy onto tho shore when it was found that one of tho shafts was andIa pair of pincers in the buggy beI asked tho young man to go alto tho horse tolling him he would iin sthe meantime nand tho shaft Tho young man had not gone moro than 100 yards or so when two men approached Cox and presenting drawn revolvers domaned hi j money or his life Ho landed tho money over of course These are the facts as relates by Mr Cox t albeit they rend like tho romance of Jack Sheppard luo kin Dick Turpin etc Cox says he can do j scribe the two men well enough fo rjI a lynx eyed detective to identify them but for a that has no hopo of recovering his loss or bringing the highwaymen to justice A Special Grand Offer On January let 1003 the Twice a Week CourierJournal will cease to exist but the Weekly Courier Journal 10 or 12 pages will succeed it tho price being 11 yen All subscribers to TIlE HERALD nor n before Jau1Ilcan have Courier Journal sent them to Jan 1 1004 j by remitting Of extra Thus for z110 bcash they can get both11 papers for 13 months if they re new at once Try and get in before next Thursday Has there been a charity com mittee organized amt n our Chris tints citizens to bring good cheer into the homes of the poor among us next week Remember that in ninny homes the anniveiairy o His birth will be in no wise differ ent from their overyday want and1 misery Such homes should be gladdened with sortie of the good1 II things going and surely professing christians will see that itisdonoj i Mr Caskey whose store was bur lamed about a week sinco sue ceeded in recovering one suit of tho clothing that was stolen at dl got on tho track of the thief be so far has born unable to arrest him i PROFIT I f I I i I The matter of feed is ofI tremendous importance to the j t farmer Wrong feeding is loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to getII the most milk his pigs to getI the most pork his hens to ScienceatlIBut how about the children r tHscience a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a bloo anemiabsScotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in iit makes flesh blood and the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate children Send for free sample Be nn that this pietart fa the form of a label a on the wrappw of every bottle of Emulsion you buy Scott Bowne CHEMISTS 409 Pearl St NY Sc ad I1 Ali tt ra att H 7 1 tc j j from now until Christmas will be found a frettt game amusing and instructive5o different kinds I Get Lion Victor Bogaort manufacturing jeweler and importer Lexington Ky offers inducements in jewelry rand silverware for holiday prosj outs He has a lino selected especially for Christmas and Now Year gifts all of which is uptodate inII design workmanship and material Ho asks tho mountain people for a andBhis motto being Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices there is no question but ho will1 treat you right Wo bespeak for him a share of patronage Road Ihis ad and then write or call and sort him at 57 E Main street IFight Will Be Bitter IThoso who will panel in closing their ears against the continued recommendation of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption will withiby fatal termination Read what T R Beall of Real Miss has to soy Last fall my wifo had every symptom of consumption She took afterreverything else hud failed Im provement came at once and four bottles entirely cured her Guar an teed by r Taylor Day hazel Green and S S Combs it Sons Campion Price 5Ue and 100 Trial bottles free- Inadvertently wo last week failed to note change of Fred Heintzs advertisement and now do so very cheerfully because we believe it to be to the mutual interest of both Mr Hointz and our citizens ospe cittlly HO to those of tho tailor who miy d sire to purchase Christmrs sller1wnreI stun will manufacture anything your fancy may suggest Call and I see him or writo him for A Frightened pricesII Running like mad thojl street dumping tho occupants or ovtcry occurrences everybody to have a reliable salvo handy and theres none as good as nurnsIappear quickly under soothing effect 2oc at J T Days Hazel SonsiIlIrs F N Day wishes to inform her many friends andcustomers that she must settle her own little accounts at tho close of the year and in order to do so must cull on those who owe her to come in and settle their bills Although they are small several of them will help to settle her bills Young Mao Educate for Success at Wil bur Smiths Business College Teachers clerks and farmer boys should pursue the Buaincs3Shorthand and Type writing or Telegraphic courses at Wilbur Smiths Business College Lexington Ky graduatesKentucky 0seal awarded his graduates Over 500 students from SO states this year The demand for his graduates at this time to fill positions exceeds the supply This college has not been closed a week day in anytimeidea of attending a Business College this fordSmith Lexington Ky Holiday Presents oeJEWELRY AND m SILVERWARE OTHING IS MORE APPRECIA N ted in a present than a handsome piece of Jewelry or Silverware It will pay you to come to Lexington and see Our Splendid UptoDate Stock of Goods especially suitableii for Holiday Gifts Our motto is Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices VICTOR BOGAERTIManufacturing Jeweler end Importer I b7 S Main St LEXINGTON KY I ijitil J Christmas Games FREEIn each pound package of LionCoffee IIatiI jiBeWarar ewararl j 2JWAaI NEW AND CHEAP GOODS i TTTE Y ONEIander pay to call for coupon ticket and re ceive premiums from our large assort ment of TDECORATED Q NSW ff gotten up especially for the holiday trade Come at once First come lint served Also those back number or unthankful fellows are invited and will save us hunting them up as thisTs one limo vc are going after one and all who does not respond nnd pay for past favors Respectfully c- W W SWANGO A CO Maytown Ky Nov 14 WindtC5tr e atdtt WINCHESTER KY N H WIT ERSPOOi President- R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus c2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421048 This Hank solicits the accounts of met chant farmers trailers aud business men generally throughout Pastern Kentucky and otters its customers every facility sad the most liberal terms within the limits ol llegitimate banking octl8lv Fink A- 9ftattIU 1BIItleepllgBlsIIISs NJ r SMITHIAwarded Hedal at World ExpotttUo polttnnCotoftlon Boob and Board In family about fld i nII trlawsrdedgraduatN Llterr OOn tree ii delts orduatatncorfatIWILBUR K SMITH Lexington K ROBERT P RASH jisj FLOUR SALT and solicits tho patronage of the merchants of the mountains He also carries a complete line of IeiierI MeLO8Rgi3e- iiiQOlltfll PfOaUGO Embracing everything usually found in a fist class country store and the purchaser may rely always upon getting the moneylieand to call andsee his goods and learn his prices and suggests that it might pay come prepared to take home a nods which they will want to buy when PricsrjCWill meet any legitimate compotitionIi I McCausey KyA ROSE DUNNING PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AN- DWACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY 1H lnvito the attention of the farmers of this vie cinity to their improved facilities piwellA full force of first class mechanic insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfaction is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are rejspectfully f1r7iuWjlIUiii rf i i AT H I QVEflCPATT s2xdE 4S1 f and for ard and Wo but sell 1 I AVe IX I FOK w I i 5 EI KY TREES TREES everything Garden agents direct IContinuedIif BADLY fileI OVERCOATSa THOUSANDS Overcoats MEN AND BOYS AT COST ANDwRegardless of Cost ana Got Baroains Louis SGus Straus LEXINGTONS CrBJEAT CLOTHING HOUSEi CLARK HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 Main LEXINGTON mechanics itisStF6lltliIllIt1Theres 0 bottle pure lBeer And Lexing ton brew has purity and quality Barley for food Hops for tonic And just enough to aid Essential to the weak healthful for A t standard high grade beer Un for table use and medicinal purposes The that nour ishes cheers and invigoratesI LEXINGTON iCOMPANYi W iiLive Stock Commission Merchants FOR tHE SALE OF Cattle Hbgs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O a ALSO Central Yai ds LOUISVILLE KY We Lave Coasigumtatt i CECIL BROS 0- SInpIe1fiocgGrocers Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods jarJEhLIES 25c poundSUGARpoundCADOVA 121cBONNIEpackageSWEET for 25c KRAUT a pound can lOco CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 2oc firetclassTREES BY THE MILLION GrapeVinesShrubs Orch Lawn em no applicationBoth H F HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON KY THEH Of a Gomo EarIg of in it alcohol digestion anybody surpassed beer Stock 6O VKAR8- UCPCRICNCE mm I T JBDEIDAnyam watrlW abteb and daaorlpnoa aaieklTueertAln tne whether an protablr snOosamlexenaf IDaItt In Amotern We bare a WahatitmPateuta taken tbtoads Mesa aCapedal notta lath ceJJ SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN au aaantaamo sera 5oox BWdmeacpMandlaelOK pjatm s iSfcAd4Ss r MUNN A CO Ml BIWMWKT Drew tftreltr 5 f r Botnewfcttt of a lUdUTi Aman in Butter Okla who hu followed the biggest ear of corn and biggest pumpkin Star writes 4o tell bo tntbiWfntinrJi It is a black Spanish winter radii this vera rioul commenccorrelondent1ritesjjlllting leaves as long ax a Missouri fence rail it iis larger at the top than that Kansas pumpkin and hat upped my well of all its water It looks like a steam merrygoround and is till growing Grasshoppers fattened on poundvhansasCityStar1lic Vnrm lurned at Iot- A wife has a right to eipeet much of lphilosophicallyinclined Yes I suppose she has replied the jnrekappearing man with wiltodlooking whiku1I1Ptce she lisn but when she expects him to live up steadily and with out swerving to the motto on her fit t f hnjrnnd tombstone somehow thinkshe iis expecting more titan she really ought to f ppft from a common cicryday earthly inanStray Storiet At a UrooUIjr noalInl House Mrs Oldbird heellr Choosey will you pace the butter Mr Choosey emphatically You bet your iIeif its no better than usual Judge L I ST JACOBS I POSITIVELY OIL CURES 1 g Rheumatism i g Neuralgiaz gBackache g Headache g Feetache gg- InIn InAU Bodily Aches i ICONQUERS II- LE1 oooJ ABSOLUTE 1 SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature of See Facsimile Wiapper Below I Y ICoI I ICAIUERS IifH PIf FOR HEADACHE FOR DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATION FOR SALLOW SKIN FOR THE COMPLEXION I IastAIIt I CIHIE SICK HIADACH JANUARY BUYING i like i505 for atifactoy ts t The bdr was rlnlrIrvtt itn ot aliilht1 eatiistil gno1i and t ifras t stUp nrlareOnralCatalo yose otters wlh greaser vnasptacis I 1001 and tntness sites InTer lhlnnUut w earer use Save t ti on erythinc- rou pur halO ty scn4Iug nr utters to MONTGOMERY CHICAGO WARD CO um flose thai Tells the Truth DROPSY litW DISCOVUY es= IP r n1 ru tI Ostnetrena ITi II similaling lingUicStomachsandBowclsof AfcgelablePreparalionrorAs IhcFocdandRegulaII l p Promotes DigestionChrruJ leSS and RestContains neither Opiuntj4orpliiiie norincral- JtorNAnCOTIC AJlJrSJllrmruuS A1rrmvg sIIt1 rsl If1fSull forConslipanon I YormsCoIM11sionsfcverish mss and Loss OF SLp FacSimile Signature ot- c v NEW YOflj NIGHT TURNED INTO DAY The Expensive Notion of a Stock Broker Who ltd Money to Horn A transformation of the interior o a family mansion resulted in an ex traordinary inversion of the plans of nature The owner Mr Urownjohn a retired stock broker wns determined to turn night into day and Iit cost him thousands of pounds to do it according to Pearson Weekly All the outside windows of the house were built up Fit as to exclude everyI ray of natural light Entrance to the mansion wns by an underground pas FSIRO nod every room had a door andI window opening onto a magnificent central space which was open to the roof From the roof when it was night outside in imitation sun shon forth nn electric glare which filled the whole place with n light as ofI day The wealthy eccentric rose at nine oclock each evening and havinc breakfasted on n days rOil tine of work and pleasure He lunched at one in the morning draik a cup of tea about four H m anilI dined at seven oclock retiring to rest about ten and eleven a m when by nn ingrninis sliding nr rangrnicnt in the roof tthe brightt sky omitI iimitationI i sun were at one transformed into a concave expanse of inky blackness from out of which a host of false stars twinkled and anI artificial moon shod forth her spur ous beams QUEEREST SUIT u ON RECORD Inrtnrm In Ifluhrray nolilierj WentI Into Court In Settle Their Dual neil ernunt Perhaps the most remarkable suitI ecr brought iis on the records of tin court of the exchequer in England It was tilfd on October 1723 andI it sets forth very clearly that loln Evcrit and Joseph Williams werei highway robbers as the New York World In the siucinrt Icgil phrases the complaint says that the men formed n piirtnerhip for the purposes oft ra crying on business as highwaymen ItI was mighty profitable as was shown by the fact that Everit sued Williams for the equivalent of 5000 being for moneys wrongfully appro priated I to defendants private purse This was the amount in dispute after the partnership had lastedonly n year Then 1verit claimed ththe discovered that lilt partner had not made a fair division of the spoils The action was adjudged to be a gross contempt of court and th plnintilT was ordered to pay all rust while the oliiitors who served the writ were fined iil each One of the solicitors a man name Wrcathcock refused to pay the line anti was tout to prison for nix months Roth plaintiff and defend ant to t hit actioni were subsequently banged one at TibiirnI anil the other at Maidstone The ohl of Mini IIn tajuci Prof tO Frederick Wright sslsI re cently made n trip acros AMJ for tcientitie study says one of the stir prises of Sibiiia is its abundanceI of publie mii eiins in s hirli specialI at letO lout iis devoted to anthropnlogv ince Asia has been regarded by many as the original cradle of tnui kind this preference for anthropo logical study iIS particularly interest ing Prof Wright mentions a doen cities of Asiatic Ktisia including hulivotok Irkutsk Minubiiitk Tomsk Tashkcnd and Titlit whicii cintaiii excellent museums and b sa there is scarcely a town of 10 COO iutluabita hIs inall Siberia which iis not thus provided with an educa tional factor hearing particularly on the sudy cf the human race which ma well provoke utile emulation Youths Companion llrrnil Mealing In Ilrrlln One cf the Berlin courts was oc cupied recently with the question whether a starving man was capablel of consuming large loaf of bread value eight pence at one meal If a man proved to be starving steals bread t is not considered a thef according to the iermau law but is punished lightlyI In this instance the loaf was considered too large for one person to consume but on the workman who stole it from a bakers shop proving that he shared It wih a starving friend he was ac quittedoftlieftX Y bun CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In USB For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA vita ctirrMiH evmurr new vane crrr I i qa FIFTYSEVEOTN CONRESS 5Second Session Washington Dec HBenaleAl most the entire session of the senate 1was devoted to discussion of the omni bus statehood bill The bill came over as the unfinished business from the last session and by agreement Wed nesday was fixed for calling it up Early In the morning hour Mr Quay submitted a report of his own and its reading occupied the time of the sea ate until 2 oclock when the statehood bill was laid before the senate Mr Beverldge chairman of the committee on territories then presented the com mittee report giving the reasons for recommending joint statehood of Ok lahoma and Indian territory and for not favoring the omnibus bill In the course of the reading of the several reports and the statehood bill the sen ate passed a bill refunding certain revenue taxes to owners of private dies and also a bill relieving certain Importers from the duty on tea placed In bonded warehouses Just beforo ad journment Mr Nelson secured permis sion to withdraw the substitute In order to perfect it- houseThe feature of the house pro ceedings was a thoughtful speech by the venerable Galusha A Grow of Pennsylvania on the relations between labor and capital Another bill was passed In general terms designed to relieve the tea Importers from the effect of the recent decision of the cir cuit court In New York Imposing the ten cent war duty on tea Imported In bond prior to the time when tea la restored to the free list January 1 103 Another bill to refund the du ties collected on merchandise from forto Rico and the Philippines during the period between the ratification ot the treaty of Paris and the congres sional revenue acts for those islands also was provided The pure food bill 1was made a continuing order Washington Dec 2SenateThes- enate passed with several amendments the bill fixing the compensa thin of the anthracite coal strike commission and it now goes to conference The sentiment of the senate was stronglyI In favor of allowing the mem bers of the commission who are not in the civil or military service of the government a lump sum for their serv ice and after considerable debate U 000 was settled upon as the proper amount thus taking the matter out of the hands of the president as the bill originally provided Several other amendments to the bill were adopted fixing the expenses of the commission ers antI the assistant recorders at L- Over day Instead of 15 and leaving tim question of the amount of salary of the assistant recorders and employes to the commission The name of the commission was changed to Anthra cite Coal Strike Arbitration At 2 0 clock the statehood bill came up aud there vas a brisk exchange be tween MrI Quay who favors the omnl but hill and senators who oppose It regarding its consideration Mr Quay and Mr Hate said they were ready to vote Mr Beveridge Mr Lodge Mr Hale and others protested against pressing the bill so soon after it was reported antI It went over till Monday Houso The house Thursday devot 11 practically t ie whole day to discus slon cf a resolution to limit the period 01 taking testmony In the Wagoner flutter contested election case to 40 days and finally adopted a resolution to that effect by a party vote 155 to US The purpose of the resolution Is to permit the house to pass on the case during this session The house agreed to hold a session on Sunday January 25 for the purpose of paying tribute to the memories of the late Representatives Russell of Connecticut end Sheppard and De Graffenreld of Texas Washington Dot 13HouteFril- ay was devoted to consideration ot private pension bills The calendar was cleared 173 UPs being passed None of them was of essential Inter est The bill to appropriate 1000000 for the eradication of fcot and mouth disease In New England was made a special order for next Tuesday with the understanding that only the leg islative features of the bill would be considered and that the appropriation would be reported from the appropria ons committee Wants Military Camps in Kentucky Washington Dec 13A bill was In troduced Friday by Mr Kelsoe of Kentucky appropriating 612000 for be purchase of a site and the cstab Uhment of a military camp for the United States army In Boyd and l reenup counties Kentucky Repre sentative Nccdham of California In troduced a bill appropriating 360000 for the purchase of a site and the es tablishment of a similar camp in Mon terey and San Luis Oblspo counties California u A Reciprocity Bill Washington Dec 13 Representa tive McCall Mass introduced a bill luthorlzlng the president to enter Into i reciprocal agreement with Great Britain whereby coal mined in the Jutted States may bo shipped Int Canada free of duty and Canadian coal admitted into tho United States free of charge Senator Perkins Bill Washington Dec 12Senator Perk ins Introduced In the senate a bill pro viding that whenever a retired officer of the navy In ordered to active serv ice he shalt have the same rank and pay as an active officer of the like length of active service Ad Valorem Tax on Franchises Atlanta Ga Dec 12The state sen providingforchlscs of all corporations In the state which exercise the right of tmlnent domain Minister Bowen Becomes Famous Berlin Dec 12 Minister Bowen has suddenly become famous In Germany The newspapers print his pot trait with sketches of his career applauding his prompt Intervention in favor of the Germans and British at CaacasRetirement it of Gen Merriam Washington Dec 12The bill for tim retirement of Gen H C Merriam as major general instead of a brIgs eter was favorably actod upon Thurs ruJUtlU ii 1Ji f TIE SUNDAY SCHOOL ises l the International Serisa for D eemer 21 IeosI M eI the Judge THE LESSON TET1 Sam 7113 1 And It came to paw while the ark abode In Klrjathjeartm that the time was long for It was twenty years ant all the bouse of Israel lamented after the Lord 1 And Samuel sfeake unto all the house of Israel saying If you do return unto the Lord with all your heart then put away the strange rods and Aahtaroth from among you and prepare your hearts unto the Lord and serve Him only an lHe will Oliver you out of tile hand ofthe Philis tines t Then the children of Israel die put away Baalim ants Atntarolh anti served the Lord only 5 And Samuel said Gather all krael to Mtzprh and 1 will pray for you unto the Lord 6 Ar they gathered together to Mlzpeh and drew water and poured It out before die Lord and fasted on that dny nnduald there We have sinned against the Lord And Samuel Judged the children of Israel n Mlxpch 7 Anc when the Phlitstlnesheardltiiat the children of Israelt were gathered together to Ulzpeh the lords of thftThllUtlres went up against Israel And when the children of Israel heard It they were afraid of thu Philistines II And the children of Israel said to Sam uel Ceaite not to cry unto the Lord our God fur us that he will save us out of the hard of the Philistine J And Samuel took a sucking lamb and offered It fur a burnt offerIng whoHy urto the Lord anti Samuel cried unto the Lord for Israel anti the Lord heard him in And RS Samuel was offering up the burnt offering the Philistines tires near to battle against Israel but tho Lord thundered with a great thunder on that cay upon the Philistines and discomfited them and they were amltten before Israel 11 And the men of Israel went out of ails pelt and pursued the Philistine and mot thrm until they came under Bethcar 1C Then Samuel took a stone and lIt between MIzpch and Shen and called the name of it Ebenezer saying Hitherto hath the Lord helped us IX So the Philistines were subdued ant they came no more into the coast of Israel and tile hand of the Lord was against the Philistines alt the days of Samuel GOLDEN TEXT ITnmre your hearts auto the Lord sod serve Him unITt Sam TtOUTLINE OF SCR1PTUHE SECTION The ark captured1 Sam 4 The captors arlllctei 1 Sam 5 The ark recoseredI Sam 5 The Philistines defeUedl Sam T TIME B C J141 and IHa PLACE Ebcnzer AshdoiX Gait Ekron Uethahempsh and Mlzpeh NOTES AND COMMENTS lu their first encounter with the Ihilictiius the Israelites took the ark of God into hattIe thinking thereby to make victory sure In doing this they showed that they believed iu the ark more than in the Lord By their defeat they learned that a false faith iis IHI protection When they again faced their foe the Israelites besought Samiifl to pray for them What Clod can do for ilia people in emergencies iis hovn by His answer to Samuels prayer There was constant war between the PhilUtines and Israel and the Philistines seem to lime been the more powerful or at least the better organized Israels attempt to devel op a strong independent national life without a king was a failure Th takingof the ark to the battle field shows that it had come to be re I pa rded MirwrstiiiouslyI by the people They thought the ark Mould in sumo magic way inure victory Images antI charms of silsorts base often been carried into battle in this way People I who depend on goodluck charm or anything besides their own bet efforts and the blessing of God are doomed to failure as Mirelv as were the hebrews Elis trngi end shows us that moralIweakness is as terrible in its consequences as more willful and aggressive wickedness Eli was criminally weak The Philistines too regarded the ark with a suspicious dread Strange thing happened when they put it in one of their shrines with Dagon and1 a terrible disease broke out in the city What could explain it but the enmity of the God of the ark No one want ed it anti so they sent it from one plncet tj another Disease seemed to follow it everywhere In the house of Aminadab tvho was probably a Levite the ark was rev erently kept for 20 years There were no sacrifices or other religious services so far as we know The snnc tuary at Shitoh had lost prestige with the removal of tIme ark and the death- ollmepricstaandI it never regained it Wiat Samuel was doing during these years we do not know In verses 34 we find him leading a movement for reform The Philistines seemed to have feared trouble from time gathering of Israel at MizpclianTI vcntup to disperse them but through Samuel Israel called upon Jehovah and He sent a terrific thunderstorm upon the enemy which so demoralized them that Israel won an easy victory Verse 13 must be taken in connection with 915 16 133 19 which modify the interpretation of it There were three Philistine invasions of the land after hut time and all during the life of Samuel PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS The supplication ofa righteous man availcth much in its working Jas510More things are wrought by prayer thun this world dreams ofTenny son Prayer moves the Hand that moves the woridJohn Aikman Wallace Little fnith will get very great- merciea but greatt faith still greater Rev Charles Spurgeon SCHOOL AND COLLEGE President Sthurman contemplates the erection of a new hall of the lib eral arts at Cornell and suggests that it be named after Goldwin Smith whom be calls the most illustrious exponent of liberal culture who ever facultyDrorJDeri pastor of the Congregational churches of Sandusky antI Springfield 0 and recently elected to the chair of sociology ill Orinncll college In to succeed Dr George D Hcrron has been selected by Count Tolstoi to write his official biography for the public For the purpose of aiding Princeton politics them into a chamber of deputies similar to the French legislative body the object being to acquaint the members of the course with the procedure of European legislative assemblies with their partiesAt present it will follow a closely as possible the method of procedure of the French parliament and will ob serve the group of 1the French cLm er I jj t FILLETED BY INSTALLMENTS He Thought fits Bourn Were to He Taken from hun a lilt n a Time At the Royal national hospital Vent nor recently A patient found a very small piece of splintered bone work out through hilo akin Next dayI he happened to be called up for medical examination with some four er five other patients In the consulting room be toM the physician of the preced ing days incident relates the Philadelphia Inquirer Tan von produce the piece of bone said the latter Whereupon the fellow care tulle unwrapped little piece of paper and handed over the tiny object The doctor made sonic remark about its chemical na ture and passed it on to time lesident med ical officer for further crutiny The patient was then diumiseedend in the nest room caused some amusement among the few fellow sufferers present Ibv the remark That all right aintt I wonder what hell do next He a started sneakin my confounded skeleton and says how very intereftin it is She WM Tot Saperatltloni X1rtheatHarborbride in some unaccountable way became loosened and fell A Miper 4itiou bride would hue been horrorstricken at such an occurrence perhaps would have fainted perhaps postponed the event Xot o this priuceedinglongadornment glanced smilingly at time groom lettlieprocesionunovelook sition at the altar The reverend gentleman proceeded and it was noticed that he pave an extra tvg at the nuptial knot Kennebr c Journal Well Posted Undergraduate to chum That Miss Slick iin the finest conversationalist IIever met She knows all the track records fur three years back Chicago Daily News- Man of us might be happy if we did not suffer tram disorders of the liver Then we KOQjslJamburgDropthe whole system to a healthy condition u Prepared Beryl So Ethels parents have purchased an automobile Sibyl Yrs they think that sic will be able to run across tome eligible young than that way Italtimore Herald Southwest ColonIst Excursions Low oneway and round trip rate to Ran gas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas immontimVrmteJamesUarktrC01 Wainwright Hldg St Ioui She Vholly iis always running after an imeirena He has a I MUII for gold He lie inherited it iii father died of yel low ff ver IIndianapolisI New Slope the Conich liroimmoQmmurmine Veoitii help hut feel very often that the advice we give is much better titan the advice we take Indianapolis New irifaijblei WSamseJ I u Life is made up of events anJ recurrences Chicago Daily New agehtamn withPutll3Whatever enlarges tope will also exalt courage Johnson Stlftrus is the create of heroism Emerson MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Dec 13 CATTLECommon 3 25 4 00 Butcher steers 4 75 Si 5 00 CALVESExtra 0 50 HOOS Ch packers C 20 C 25 Mixed packers 0 00 6 15 SHEEP Extra CO 3 7- 5LAMBSExtra 5 40 1j 5 50 FLOURSpring pat 3 S5 4 10 7SjrNo3 red g i41 CORNNo 2 mixed 4t 41I OATS No 2 mixed iff 3S htYhSNo 2 fr HAY Ch timothy tl1t lit PORKClear cut il1 10 LARD steam 11 00 BUTTER Ch dairy 18 Choice creamery 31 APPLES Fancy 2 50 it 3i 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 50 1 75 TOBACCO New 3 00 11 00 Old 7 95 16 00 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 40 3 50 WHEAT No 2 red 75 li 751K CORN No 2 mixed 5 5G OATSNo 2 mixed 31 ItYENo2 191 PORK Mesa tj17 00 LARDSteam 10 27d1O 30 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 45 3 55 WHEATNo2 red 6 82 CORN No 2 mixed 6- 4OATSNo2 mixed f 40 RYE Western 58 PORK Mess 18 00 it 18 50 LARDSteam fill 30 Baltimore 4SouthernCORNNo2 mixed 55 it- OATSNo2 mixed 36 CATTLE Butchers 4 50 5 35 HOGS Western p c DO Louisville WHJAT No 2 red 7- 4CORNNo2 mixed 61 34t50T4ARDSteamIndianapolis WHEATNo 2 red flit 7- 3CORNNo2 mixed 143 OATSNo2 mixed 32 3ni JPMAFeelihal FeelihalICozild Walk LYdiaEarcbugwould get so dreadfully tired and my back ached so I wanted to scream with the pain When I got home at night I was so worn out I had to irregular I i a girl friend who was taking your medicine how I felt anti she said I ought to take it too So I got a Iwttle of Lydia li Pinltliams Vege tulle Compound and commenced to take it It helped me right off Alter the list few doses menstruation started anti was fuller than for some time It seemed to lift a load off me 31y back stopped aching and I felt brighter than I had for months I took tIme bottles in all Now goodtimei changeI ever I hear of a girl suffering for I know how hard it iis to work when you feel so siekMiss MAMIE KKIISJW SOU sith Ave Xew York City Women should not fail to profit by the experiences of these women just as surely us they were cured of tho troubles enu merated in their letters just so certainly will Lydia E Pinklmms Vegetable Compound cure others who suffer from womb trou 4 bles inflammation of the ovaries kidney troubles irregular anti painful menstruation nervous cveitability antI nervous prostra tion remember that it is Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pounil that is curing women anti dont allow any druggist to sell you anything else in its place Miss Amanda T Pcttersoti Box 131 Atwater Ulinn says J 9BST MADE TEST DFtn Mns IINItItAMI that you publish this testimonial so that it may reach others and let know about your wonderful medicine 1 Uefoio taking Lydia E Pinkliams 4 Vegetable Coinpouiut I was troubled the worst kind of fainting spoils blood would rush to head was very nervous and I always felt tired had clark circles around eyes i have taken several bottles I E IMnkliams Vegetable Com sP0mihlhl and iin entirely cur I had doctors medicine many butiit lue 110 good t IJease accept thanks this excellent which is to restore health to sinTcring women Xo female medicine in world received wichrcad and iniquaHlied endorsement f other medicine has a record of cures of female Those women who refuse to accept anything else are warded a hundred thousand times for they get they hasIIa cure Druggists everywhere Ilef use all j If we firthwitlsproItuco t1ieoriinai rs 3nJ f o5OFORFEIT will provo their geuuneneos- I r I l l1nkiusn tellcluo Co Lynn u ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature o- f2eSee FacSlmllo Wrapper Below IIII I ICARTERS ITTLE INIVERI FOR HEADACHE DIZZINESS FOR BILIOUSNESS FOR TORPID FOR COHSTIPATION FOR LOW FOR riCOMPLEXION I lStCiLtt FIb I STII9II CURE SICK HEADACHE- I rVY KFOT CASt FOIt IVADEARITQ1totrly Icanesi to aoi4lcrs of sniwar Attn adicrsAdoi nllIlAHtU DROPSY rCa rall1F For Btfrrw and Scalds Vre HEMCAN MUSTANG LINIMENT THE LINIMENT FOR MAll OR BEAST THEM IS NO LIKE THE TEST OF TIME AND VSE iAtb 10 JI iidii L hope will them with The lilY I now of ydiu d taken for years diet my for most medicine able other tile such such what Sold by cannot wisieta ateotute Lydia FOR LIVER SKIN Via Dubuqnc Waterloo and Albert Lea J Fast Vestibule Night tran with throczh Sleeping Car Buffet Lairary Car and Frrejj Kctiiaia Chair Car Dinre Cir Service en route Tickets of Jgents of I C R It j and c nnectinj linn H HXNSON C P S CHICAGO lpA FREE TO WOMEN j To Ire IV hcalin and rlcans aineret Iaittue- Tsslet tsstlaeplcuewUl nial us Lsrj trOll package vritlll loci ft mnstructloii5 Itkolutc y Inc This Is notU i sumide big n marts Idl enough to convince anyone of Its value Women all rvcr the country art tnalsins Paitlne for what I I It has in local treatI IIiIflllalr lila cur III inftarmattn ants1uciuitrgCs as a rlcnnsin vaginal tlouchp for nasal al rrh as a ruouiU washand tartarantl itittms the tcrtli Scott PoLalcrdwido DCaCrJIIoJ hy dri nrO mJldenllura Inlt Ihllon cnl Till se1ixrsx iu om luua rnl ls N1C ELECTROTYPES I In yor nrf y fr Ie at the Int PTfCH by- A EII f cln t1rl SL rtIoUtJ t N Kil 1948