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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s rSNSS SS S SSSS j1 111ii f 1 W it I year 3j co- X u I vcar Moo Invites I Scar 10 tosji2II Inch I vrar 7 01- i J AnaounnmnUSlale and District ili afri I or pollttMl Tiletip 8K cents line rr rtfObituaries Tributes Kte pre 4r t issi t fi i1 S oS S e Cif 1V tie ild NCR morr oncemore Kf rend it the Christian tory dear i Alta ret once more we tell It all eagerly- we bur The years haste Irto centuries the cen turies grow old Btlll never orce too often is the bussed story told And never orce too often o we talk of that strange night When humKc shepherds witrestccl the BScV southward lllfiht Never otar thought grows weary tracing the fircd way That leaf us to the manger where Marys baby lay For wiseI wurchlpcti bIoeut of peace nCI strife II Brought joy for sorrows darkness brought hope tod love andlIpII Wherever vatchliiR mothers pray for their babes today lhe precious liver are safer because of One that lay- Defenseless In the manger two thousand years ago Bweeer earths babies slumber since that dear Lead lay ow Unharmed beside the cattle watched by the argel throrR While htAvenly Lusts were stngirc the first glad Christmas sons Wherever hearts grow weary wherever fin abides Whatever be our anguish whatever woe betlcc The darkness wou0 be deeper pain harder to be borne If Heaven had forgotten to send that Christmas morn Once more then let us rend it the Christ mas story dear And yet once more repeat It that other hearts may hear The years haste into centuries the cen tunics grow 010IYet once again hearts hunger to have the ktory told Tell the dear little children about thatI wondrous right When watching shepherds witremdtheangels earthward flight Lead feet that long have wandered Into That the leads better waIhereI I Marys baby lay I For tie w hum vhe men worehlpeti brought gifts of peace for strife And Christ was horn from Heavtr that murtal might have lire Aa Meivhit Shaw in Union Signal MISSorTHIftS IRJSTM- iI t r AYA4EELKruants iss TNT1111 I MAltSil sat alone a not unusual thing in thneII days and u sharp blue eyes roved over the intuit iar room a strange feeling of desola tion stole over her In vain she re minded herself of hard facts that had heretofore given her satisfaction sin was the richest woman in Ialc hurl her house was the largest and most imposing her clothes the finest and must fashionable and yet She got up impatiently and going over to the window pressed her face I against the pane and looked out into i figuresiI shapes and sizes for it was Christmas ere the sight sent queer little thrill over Miss Cynthia anda great load C seemed to settle on her heart She had no one to buy gifts for the told herself null no one cared enough for s the lonely old spinster to even give her good wishes i It had not always been thus She recalled the many zanily happy D- eis I sue had enjoyed when Sin ney Bruce her nephew and only living i relative had lived in her house She had taken him to live with her when he was a small boy and her love for him had grown into a mild idolaty by the time he had become a man 4 Sidney returned her affection with all the strength of his loving heart un til he wanted to marry Edith Bloke Miss Cynthia had other plans for Sid r ney and refused to even discuss Edith with him but Sidney was very much in love and cared not a farthing that c Edithwas poor and a tort of upper i servant in his aunts house Edith was a peaceloving girl who found the sit uation almost mere than she could r hear for Miss Cynthia had taken her a when an orphan six years before and had been like a mother to her ever I since Edith loved Miss Cynthia dear ly but loved Sidney more and one December tinyshe went awaywith him and was married Miss Cynthia did not rave or strm she simply ignored the existents ot the youthful pair and Sidney reared in luxury had to go to work at any thing he could find to do He had never even tried to support himself and now he had Edith to love and cher libamI support in addition Miss Cynthia clanged into a cold hard woman andwas filled with bitterness when her oldest friends open Theplatter tools a snail house nut a great distance from Miss Cynthias and were happy but very poor Sidney after many discouragements succeed ed in obtaining a situation in a largo factory as assistant bookkeeper butt the work was hard and the pay pit fully small Miss Cynthia watched from I1er Fibte glass windows and saw Sid ley trudging past day after day to his work and her heart hardened ft ap parently he never glanced at hs old hme He passed with averted eyea and MilS Cynthia had ample foppor t lunlty to notice how thin ana eire Wufia Its ieca kid frown a d how f ry- a THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDlslnbltshed Mnreh i 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and Ills Continent by Max Oltcll PB CnEKOwner r Tim OIlest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mountains Sieoa ways PER in YEAR advance VOL XVITT HAZEL GREEN WOLFE tUhIlT THURSDAY DECEMBER 25 1902 NO 19 rttbby his clothes were as time went oaIt I was sixi years now hintc Sldncjo marriiigo and Cynthia loud nut relent cd nor had Sidney ached aid nltlinugh andEditht tinoofthrrnII lortllIICpasses a group of neighborhood little ones tier slurp eyes pearcd into runt small fuse trying to discern which were the Itmce children hut she had never felt sure of their identity tier heart was unusually tender on this Christmas eve and for the first time II she wjiulcrccl if she had not peen too hardupon Sidney IItIKdith She had missed KdithVi tilling service many fewyrarsandtlucrehad Miss Cynthias household She strained her tJtS into the gathering darkness tto sec Sidney pates on leis humrwardnr hilt it was impossible hnrryitigBroil lIII along the siueuiilki Laud in hand laughing and shouting with glee The fciu in grunt of Miss Cynthias yard was an iron one with the hall vet some distance apart and the children pam eI and pressed their faces be tween the pickets gaziiijf into the lighted house The room in which Miss stood was still in darkness nthiaII could see them quite plainly mained herself unseen The children whispered together then with hesitat ing steps came forward toward the gate anti opined it with sutitoditlichlty Slowly tley came up the walk to the Louse and gave the bell a tremendous pull Miss Cynthia went to tlc dour with a pleated sense of antic potion NOV t TAUh TU YOlii HOME fcr it not seldom chiluicnl same to tle solemn old house When the heavx door swung open the Children almost fell into the hall as hey had Leon leaning gainst it wiping the snow from their little shoes What du you want children asked flies Cynthia atsiting thorn regain their balance and closing tnlI dour behind them They looked at each other timid their eyes growing large and solemn The smaller a little girl put one fat finger in her month and looked up at Miss Cynthia eearchingly- Ve have run away anti we liked this pretty big house and 1 told sister i wed come and see who lived here said the buy boldly null awuiyl repented Miss Cynthia in shocked surpise totthat was very very nueghtycant you tell me where you live Its just round tome corners anti we aint afraid are we JcanV de ana lIt1rcl the boy Jean shoot her head and seated her self in a small clinic that stood in the hall with great calmnef and delibera I I tionI like your house snd the boy I thoughtfully its gut soft floors anti feels like you was walking on pillows steppingt around on the rich carpet with evident enjoyment I Ian nt you any carpet your floors asked Miss Cynthia tenI deny I Xo only in two rooms mamma nail the sittingroom We used have but papa had them sent 11toII and asked us tint to tell dear cause she might try answered the I I boy looking into Miss Cynthias face gravelyIs our mamma sick asked Miss CyntiiSn Yes shes awful sick and has to all the tinge Sitestay in a dark room never laughs cept when papas there then she acts so happv and told ns once not to tell him that she oars when lies gone saidHliF boy tonil who core OITII anti Jean asked t tH yomaii quickly Just Mary she wasters the dishe and cooks ourlinncrs and scrubs and Kasha our clothes lint irons em and oh yes ploys with vs answered the boy joyously while Jean smiled approval Miss Cynthia shuddered and drew him to her arms while lean htchca her clwlr closer nnt IIcpir fll ijainst the 11UIaIi Cri i aw deo 111 tell you m neflnf she aafe- softly loniorroVo Clirihtmai Miss Cntliii smile was nt lovintf her best friend would scarcely hate recognised her iIii it dear will Santa Claus go to your house V the asked gently ot this year Father says lie cant come every year to our house Yausa wo mustnt hiselfish Some lit t II ellil clren never had a Santa Claus conn said the boy hiIJS shining with chiledreuA great resolve was forming in Miss Cynthias heart Site would take thcte children to their homr nail then tend them such a Christmas sis they would never forget Site could not do it for Sidneys children but here were two pllIJlastih skin entturd taking a hand of each wonderi log child went out into tho ni i htINowy children tale me to your home and when 1 hae explained your your Mary Ill hunt upSan ahenlrltll send him around to your said us theywait down the Mcps The Iluy pulled her along the snowy street alking so rapidly toll the time of vha he w anted Santa Claus to bring t tat Miss Cynthia did not notion which way they were going until they stopper before a small house on a tbeIlottla youIJttI liish girl rnshtd in and cktspci truants in her arms Oil you naughty ones Marys been OJ rtai tied 11111the parr mother hors ifs hen cryin shctaid tear fiiily hiss t vi tla was about to explain when the dour behind her cjieiiccij and I IIIUIKKN MK on Sidney Ir ue sUwil tore staring in- amazement Aunt Cynthia LeI gasped Mis CyntUta turned and all the hardness of years nniled front Len heart My own boy the murmured laying her land on hiss arm ami gazing into his face as if site could not gate enough What dyes it mean till pour fel low said as he lint iced thcehildrcn nuts forward and cling to hen slirts She told him ahiandhehitcuednon iienngly until she finished when he drew each small figure to lis breast and Listed them with tears in bia eyeslct me go now to Kdith while you get the children ready and then wo shall go hume Dont refuse me Sidney 1 know I dont deserve your fur giveucss hurt Im getting old aunt I need you all every out Mi s Cynthia pleaded tremulouslyI Sidney pointed to the dour of Kditbs room and Miss Cynthia entered Wh it the two women said will never tie known Inn an hour later n carriage drove up and the Grace famPy entered 11011I did thiugs by was one of joy oat only to her unit family but to many others for happiness optnid thtj waj to all her treasures anti Miss Cynthia opvncU her broil and hand and gave lavishly to the poor The ehilJrtn fotnil that Santa Claus rlldIt IOhio Farmer Only Two Hrnllilr Billy So ycr didnt git notJiin but a jackknife and a sled fci Christ tuasjflHlIIIYCI Mats all I Slit worth siieaktntuf here war a ssiiit uv thither nod a mereoat and it hat or two and xinnt under Julhes nuda Bible lIrla book nv poems an sumo ttrckinV and gloves tnrll eollirs and cuffs and a few fl1 hli tdills like dat oat worth speakiuu tiflucl lfearht uu litrn Tommy 1 ihail be so glad when Christmas coin ii NellieI suppose you think yonrt goin5 to have a lot of nice things Tommy It isnt that so much Itl awful haul to he good 11Il the tiiufr Becton Traaxcriyt ijj RErUES RECEIVED I Arbitration A reeable to Great Britain Germany and Italy In Each Case However There Are Reservations or Conditions Insisted UponThe Hague Tribunal May Undertake Case Caracas Dec 18 Indications here are nat Venezuela will yield to the demands of the allies The leading citizens of Caracas have addressed a joint note to President Castro asking him to give full powers to United States Minister Bowen to effect a termination of the present lit nciilty Caracas fee 1SIt has been de dried that Jtho Venezuelan difficulty shall he arbitrated Washington Dec lSThe following cablegram Lvas sent Wednesday by the navy department to Ildm Dewey In command of the combinedI fleets ad dressed to San Juan Send competent om er with dls patch in torpedo boat de troyer or oth er vessel to Caracas as assistant to American tjiinlstcr Caracas Dee 19II Ipl1 Haralt Venezuelan minister of f reign affairs has transmitted to Unit dI States Mln Ister Howeii a document signed by President Castro as constitutional president At the republic and countersigned by himself as ilnister of forts eign affair in which lr Bowen is recognized as the only representative of Venezuela In the mutter of effecting a settlement of thtj present diffi culty According to the terms of this docu ment Mr Bowen may act without restriction and he is to use all means possible to protect the interest of Ven ezuela Tho document was subjected to correction Wednesday night and again Thursday morning before delivery The state department at Wash- Ington has been notified of the transmission of this instrument to Mr Bowen Washington Dec 2UScerctary Hay has received partial responses from the governments of Great Bri taut iermauy and Italy respecting the proposal to arbitrate the Venezuelan difficulties Great Britain Is favora hole to arbitration with proper safe guards Germany accepts arbitration in principle but finds a multitude of small adjustments to he made before entering into the agreement and Italy as the junior partner of the allies de Glares that she Is favorable to arbitra tion but will be bound probably by tthe action of the senior partners Berlin Dec 2The answer of Germany to the arbitration in behalf of Venezuela received through the Unit ed States government is its accept ance The delivery of this reply to the United States for transmission to Minister Bowen is delayed for a day or two for tacital reasons probably through the expectation that another solution may be found possibly by President Castro yielding Four days ago the idea of the German govern ment was in favor of rejecting arbl tration and that is understood here to have been the temper of the British foreign office While it is impossible to trace the steps that led to are vernal of this view it appears that the state of public opinion in the Unit ed States so far as Germany is con corned produced a revision of the first ideas Washington Dec IJThe official day closed without further developments here respecting the Venezuelan complications The status of the ar titration proposition on which every one watts was that with a willingness to accept such a solution in principle no one of the allies was ready to submit unreservedly to arbitration In each case there were reservations or conditions insisted upon Respecting the method of arbitration if it should come to that form of adjustment it is noted that tae feeling is growing that TIle Hague tribunal should undertake the case Mr Bowen it is rev ported wishes to come to Washington in order personally to effect an adjust meat with the resident ambassadors oF the allies but while the slate de partment makes no statement upon the point it is believed that it does not regard this plan with favor It Is pointed out here in connection with tie project to refer the matter to The Hague tribunal that in some phases tutu disputes will not admit of arbitration Such is the case for Instance where attacks of British andI German subjects and the German legation at Caracas and arrests of consular ofii iers have made the Venezuelan of fetter equivalent to attacks on the nay tional honor of the allies and as such to be atoned for only by an ample apology The Hague tribunal could out arbitrate such issues but it Is lpointed out at the state department that tie claims are divisible and that if President Castro chooses to render rue necessary apologies the remaining Questions ran properly go to The Hague Blizzard In Wyoming I ramie Wyo Dec 20 Fridays blizzard which Is still raging miabat cd is extremely severe It is believed fiat the stage to Centennial which has not been heard from here is lost anti that driver and passengers have perished Vanderbilts Condition New York Dec 20Dr Austin Flint issued this bulletin of Cornelius Vanderbilfs condition at 1120 Friday night The symptoms of peritonitis are subsiding lu other respect Mr Vanderbllt Is holding his own w cti r UNREQUITED LOVE Frnale Teacher of Languages Fatally Wounded By Former Pupil PhilHdoIphla Dec JO Voltnirln Lwleyre nn anarchist and a teacher of languages was lFriday shot and mortally wounded by Herman Helscher a former pupil The woman IIs dying in a hospital anti IMcher is In custody Unrequited love is said to have caused the deed When arrested Ilelscherj explanation was the following Wo were sweethearts she 1111111 Site Viroku my heart nnd oservcd to be killedI Miss 11floyre isI 5ii ycirs old and her assailant Is 21I The shooting net toured ru the street in tread daylight and was witucSMl by a score of persons Miss Ietliyro was standing at a street corker awaiting a tar Ilurcher who difxulsed himself by meuuu of a false mustache icmsted his vlrilm from behind Inmost al the fame limp ho drewA revolver I rum IIIH pocket and pointed it at theI woman mho turned and attempted to run away She had gone only a few steps when Iblseitrf- began firing upon her After discharging live shuts at th1t tleeing woman three of which took ef fret he replaced the pistol in hU pocket and started to walk away ll 3 wade no effort to escape anti was ar rested Miss Leiley re has attained wide spread notoriety through her anarchy Istic utterances and her intimacy with Emma Goldman and other anarchists She is an accomplished linguist 11111t musician raid has written much an nrchlstic literature and many erotic poems lrionds of Ithe wounded wo man say slue ration to this city about Ii years ago from Michigan lire father who was a Frcnihinau Is dead ller mother is aid to live somewhere in the wet WAGES INCREASED Locomotive Engineers and Firemen Receive a Raise Chicago Dec 20 Increases in wages amounting to 100000 a year are to he granted the locomotive cast avers anti firemen employed by UK Chicago Northwestern railroad aul its branch lines Ithrough an agreement reached Friday lnlwoin otfirials of the railroad 11111Iluiiimittics representing the Brotherhood of Locomotive EngiI beers and till Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemcii The tics siale will gn into effect January II It provides for increases of approximately S per cent in the pay of the members of the Tabor organizations The engineers will r ceive from JSSO to Hill for each run of 100 miles They are now paid from 370 to J40 The high rate iis path to the men who run tLe larger and newer engines The number of Ithese engines is con ttantly growing and it IIs said a ma jority of the rues will receive the JL70 Tate AMERICAN FARMERS Germanys Representatives Studying Their Work and Conditions Chicago flee 2dThe agricultural progress of the United States and the work and condition of American fat m ers are being noted by the German government which is taking special interest in the subject for the coming year According tto information re ceived by Or Wallher Wever the Ger man consul here Ciilau has been i hoscu by the German government as Iho center of operation fnr tho usii cultural experts bureau during the coming year Heretofore there has bevn agricultural experts connected with tin embassy at Washington and lint also in New York city An order has been made which transfers the bu malt from Xiw York In this city ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND LOSS Fre Partially Destroyed the Fulton Market Chicago Chicago the 20Fire early Saturday morning partly destroyed Fulton market causing a loss of 10000 The market Is composed of wholesale meat markets and several manufactur hug plants All the second floors and tne greater of the third floors from I to 2i Fulton street were destroyed The principal losers see Schwarts child 8 Sulberger Wacheiilicini Co Swift Co Cook County Shoo Co and Ithe Accrn brass works Bout Ended in a Draw Pittsburg Pa Dee IIThe ten round bout Friday night between lack McCKlland of Ill tlhurs and Eddie Toy of San Francisco ended In a draw McClclland wjo fought Mo Padden at rat Louis Thursday night au rived here only a shaft tune before limn to enter the ring Storm of Snow and Wind Omaha Neb Dec 20 Iteports re ceived al railroad offices III this city told of a severe storm of snow and wind extending over Ithe westernI Ipor nun of Nebraska mil into Wyoming Main fell for several hour in Omaha Friday afternoon Fire In An Apartment Building Chicago Dec 20 Several persons had a narrow escape from death in a fire that destroyed the Solllngcr apartment building at tlli street and Ev nuts avenue The flames spread so rap idly that those who occupied the tip per stories were rescued by tlremen Stabbed to Death St Louis Dec 20J W Rerrager office engineer of the St Ixjiiis Mem phis Gr Southern railway was stabbed to death Friday morning In hula office rnlPlflre1 I tii j rk f- ttN 1rt6CstF6tF QrFS6f Qi trtF4FIF fO iiSTATE 0A HEAVILY INSURED Whayne Found Dead Carried Policies to the Amount of 340000 Louisville Ky Del lSI1Vhnyne the largest dealer In sewing machines In this city was found dead lane near his country home Wed nesday night lln was on one side oft barbed wire fence and doublebar reled shotgun on the other He told friends several days BRO that he was insured for ace he died suddenly lie was sled and had three children litLouisville Ky Dec IIItoped Thursday that K Cohan Louisville business mOil who was dead Wednesday night In the vie of park with gunshot wot nd In the breast carried Insurance on ils life of 340000 and had appllcati ns pending for 500flo more Till lie ellS were distributed follows Equitable Life Assurance Society of New York 200000 Provident ay ings Life Assurance Society of cw York 10o00 Union Central Ilf 10000 New York Life 5000 No the western Mutual Life Mr Whayne had 5OOOII of 2n000 with the pany and time policy was sue December 22 Another application had been made to thr Mutual of Vent ont for an equal amount and this pulley was to IK dated December 21 It was upon the fact that Mr Whayne carried such large lif in surance and vas said he suffe ing from rheumatism that theory of soil tfile Is hared Coroner Kelly went to the slpn of the death Thursday He said the circumstances were such that the case ioulTheNear Mr Wha lIes body when unit jwlreCencImpty and the other loaded locked His friends soil famil birrellclare that death was due to in dent and that the Run was di ch while he was limbing Ihe fence developed Thursday that four of Mr Whaynes policies two in the I Equitable Life Assurance Societ for 50000 each and two in the Provident Savings Life Assurance Societjr for r0cmO each are contestable in case of suicide Sell of the other policies with one exception contained the sui tide clause but the limit in every case had expired AN ABATTOIR AT LOUISVILLE Articles of Incorporation Will Be Filed In Few Days Louisville Ky Dee 2n Articles ufI incorporation will be filed lu 01whichI President Henry Haub of the Indian apolis Abattoir Co will be president Ila1l0IihSJe1and New OrleansIMARVIN TO RETIRE He Has Consigned His Trotters to the New York Sales Lexington Ky Dec OChas lar1 vin the famous reinsman retire from breeding and racing trotters Friday he consigned to the New York sales every trotter on his farm except two favorite mares and four yearlings and weanlings and on March will give up the Ashland Park farmI dIDr Duncan Inalcte Pittsburg Pa Dee l9The grand Jury has returned true bill against Dr Ellis Duncan the Ixiulsvllle physician who snot Bruce Head inI the neck smith he will have stand trial here upon the charge of felonious assault and battery forfeit his 20 pot hailII Paducah Ky Dec 1SThe citizens of Fulton will present Dr Ales antler handsome gold medal in ap preciation of heroic work during the Hood there Monday lie saved more than 40 people by swimming his horse to inundated houses and taking the occupants to place of safety I Gave Poison to Baby Paducah Ky Doc 1lrl1 Tom South gave her ISmonthsold baby Utidanum to ease its pain When she became alarmed about its condi lion and hurried to drug store the child was dead Harkness Donation Lexington Ky Dec 19L Hark ness the millionaire oil king and own er of the famous Walnut Halls stulhas made donation of 1000 to thou building timed of the M of this city Saved One Bullet For Himself Rockport Ky Dec 19 Sebum Ba ker committed suicide by shooting While out with several companions he shot four times in the air Then he said have saved one bullet for myself Im tired of living anyhow Goodby Watch Saved His Life Bowling Green Ky Dec 19W Gaines an attorney of this city while hunting accidentally discharged his gun The load struck his watch which saved his life His clothes were set en fire but wey44ot badly damaged rry- a ltFAI1- r t SSSSSS Sll I SUBSCRIPTION RflTES IX 0One year tdvancc TO- X Six months in psuntccopyThe date after Jur name indicates ftime ru arc paid You should mew days before time out anti wry site rostofflce county and state ftrhea renewing have your address chanced iJXj SSSS SssS tF6fr6 t tF IF lt NEWS PICK = UPS s rr r r R C C in a a it is l Jacob a ji as I j I i to I I I a to a I t t f I I r t l I It a I I a CI I I iis o i j 1 t a to or t I A M i a a ii a I V I IlI a Y C A I B r 1 S r i in It V S f r t k to re i lo is al + n y or to Jar r l S t t Q 0Cr a 17 S 1 WANTS A REELECTION Gov Beckham in An Address An nounces His Candidacy Frankfort Ky Dec 20Gov TC- W Ucckbam Friday night In an ad dress to the democrats of Kentucky announces himself a candidate for rte a election for full term to the office illII chile executive Ills present term teat filling out the unexpired term 01 the late William Goebel expires on December 12 1903 This election U to Ii held in November next year and the democratic party is to nominate by he primary election method cm I i is 9May nxtIDROWNED IN THE FLOOD i Wt ow Lost Her Life While Trying to Cross Swollen Stream L1 iwrenceburg Ky Doe itSirsHie lard Monroe a widow aged I5i yea rf tiring 1 miles southwest joi thii city was drowned Monday wet le trying to cross a swollen stream in i buggy tier 14yearold son who was with her narrowly escaped with his life She was a most estimable scrim an and leaves three sons and oatislaughter There is no telephone con nertion with that locality and the news was only received here Wednesday THE FLOOD AT OWENSBORO The River Is Still Rising Rapidly Creeks Out of Their BankllI Owftisboro IKy Dec 20The riyer- is still rising rapidly hero River men predict a fllltlwr rise Of fire feet and say the crest of the rise will not he broken before Monday Green PondIand Rough rivers are all high and nil the creeks are out of their banks Travel in the country is being imped ed and much damage is being done to mm in time river lands In this county and in McLean Hancock and Ohio counties tf IHon E H Brown Wedded I Frankfort KyI Dec 18lIon Ell Huston Brown of Ftardstown eandlcdate for speaker of the next house of representatives was married Wednes day night to Miss Hose MI Crittenden of this city The bridal couple left on ttic C O for Washington and New York The wedding gifts were the handsomest ever seen In Frankfort Back to the Barns Henderson Ky Dec 21Lasti season the tobacco farmers were r cely j ing 25 per cent higher prices for their crops than they are this season Two hundred loads were on the marks i Fri refusedtoto the barns where thy say the will hold it until they get living priers 1Family Had a Narrow Escape Klizabethtowu Ky Dec 20iflm handsonm dwelling of Tolmore Jen kips near this citywas destroyed by fire at an early hour in the morning and the family had a narrow ojscape Some few articles were saved hut nearly all the wearing apparel and fur niture were destroyed n Jockey Lyne Refuses Offer Ito Lexington Ky Dec IS Desiring spend Christmas at home hero Lu cien ILyne the premier jockey qrAm erica Wednesday declined an offer of Durnell ft Hertz at New Orleans of 1000 a month to ride for them until he leaves for England some time in February Took Paris Green I1awrenceburg Ky nee 19hfarry Catlett a farmer committed suicide Thursday afternoon by taking paris green and cutting his throat from ear to ear witi a razor Despondency he was the son of the late Judge Frank Catlett of Church History IChair Ky Dec 19At a meet flog board of directors of the Presbyterian Theological seminary of Kentucky Rev Dr Heury E Dosker of Holland Mich was selected for the chair of church history made vacant by the death of Dr ii X Martin to Build City Hall IMovement Ky Dec ISAn ef here It is claimed nt tluJ of thin city council to start a movement to erect a city hall building The city now pays like 1500 annually rent buildingsjj for Its n Poolroom Man Fined Covlngton Ky Del ISD J En right was fined lOt in the circuit court of this city Wednesday after ho had been convicted of conducting a poolroom It Is claimed that pool under the oldrooms are a nuisance common Ilaw Must Pay the TaxaWllliamstown Ky Dec 20By a 4 decision handed flown from the court of Appeals the L K and Q C routes running through sections of Grant county will be compelled to pay a tax which will amount to about 10000 George W McClure Dead Livingston Ky Dec OGeorge W yMcClure one of the oldest lawyers In this section of the state died at his home In ML Vernon lie was a Fea eral soldier sail a Mason and wOl be burled by that order f sst tlmcaactxattR tI I- 1cAYorn1e A gelable Prepariltionfor Assimilating IhcFOOdandRe ula ling the Stomachs ardBow sof- Promotes DigeslionClleerrul nessandilestContainsneilherumMorphine I NorNARC OTIC RiJaal aanea Rlr4f1rwe fi qJed forConsUpaTI0nS0uCS10alachDlatrlaca ConvulsionsFevcrishtness and Loss OF SLEEP facSimile Signature o- fNEW YORKC- XACT a COPY OF WRAPPER I fl jung of GiftS In d Clocks and Silverware c Diamond Rings S750 and upward I ufI600 and upward promrtattentionI FRED J JEWELER I E Main St opp Phmnix Hotel LEXINGTON KY SHERIFFS SALE BY VIRTUE of an execution to me directed which issued from the office of the Clerk of the Wolfe Circuit Court in favor of W L Hurst andI against John D Jameson I will on the 5th Day of January 1903 f it being County Court day between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door expose to public sale the following described prop ofr parcellando Wolfe and State of Kentucky on th waters of Devils Greet and bounded I Beginning at the mouthI of a drain below H N Mortons line thence up the drain to the top of tb hill to a black oak tree thence with II N Hortona line to the county road thence with said road to J C Tolson- line thence with hia line to Joe Mullins line thence with said Mullins line b the beginning and will proceed to sellI oeceslarytoI bestbidderts Rivingsecuritybearing replevine matureityi be given by me T F STAMPER Sheriff of Wolfe County iSerit1s SaIo for Taxos ti By virtue of tares due the Sheriffof Wolfe MONkdaybetweenandJtoclocktownof publisaleestate or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the taxes and costs tuwit PRECINCT Xo 2 adjoiningGreenTaxGreenTaxGreenTaxlandadjoining COitfJ3W S Willis 30 acres of land adjoining land of Morgan Spencer Tax and cost 238 PRECINCT No 4 s adjoininn COlttGI8adjoininglandcoB 83John adjoinIng283Robert y adjoininland adjoininlandRoland Combs 30 acres land adjoining land of J T Day Tax and cost 297 PRECINCT No7 adjoinrteCannorT STAMPERPec44t th 1 t CASTQRIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TMK CKOITAU O A IIKW CIT1 Brilliant Holiffag Diamonds Waters JEwelry Spectacles icI HEINTZ j I i I Lexington1 and Eastern Railway lima Table in Effect October 19 19021 rEAST BOUND SeSunday ISundayI I MLve UM 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THE HERALD e SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 25 1902 S ++Current4 Comment ++ M Our silver dollars just now look like thirty cents sure enough 0000 A Carnegie library was dedicatedI in New York city on Saturday th 13th and there aro G4 more to fol low 0000 Castro is to the inva ledersthe Monroe Doctrine willbe acted upon and put in operation He ii- a foxy fellow 000- 0IA system of pensioning railroa- employees is to be established upon all the lines of the Southern Pacific This effects several thousan- railroad employees 0000 Tho South Carolina Manufac bak11inghas found it out They will have to rise and explain 0000 Since the doctor told us that kissing makes people sick wo enn not account for the continual epidemic of fever among the young people here there and everywhere t 0000 American locomotive builders are buying large quantities of steole in Europe because tho nut and1I bolt manufacturers of the UnitedI States have made a 25000000I combination 0000IPresident Roosevelt has receive- from I President Loubet of France a souvenir copy of the annual published by the French navy It is bound in kid embellished wit II blue and gold and the leaves a erf silk instead of paper 0000 meridIiallTexas and the Indian Territoryt takes a strip of land nearly a mile wide and 125 miles long away fro j Texas which the state will lose j oldjline1 IneI0000 I The Rock Island railroad is g j ing to the Gulf of Mexico GouldIt j is going to the Pacific coast j theIj I Wabash is going to the i j the Grand Trunk is building a well equipped transcontinental lineI i and other big railroads are una j greYt i ttory year hisjj 0000tt The number of postal cards mailed throughout the United1 tates and to foreign countries du I ring the fiscal year recently epded j estimated by the postoffice dej partment to have been 740087 t j j The weight of these cards is esti ated at 5400591 pounds andj they would more than fill 1 eight cars 0000- Thomas Nast the most famous cartoonist this country has ever known died at Guadaquil Equa dor Dec 7th at the age of 62 having recently been appointed U- onsul Sl at that place He was born in Germany came to this country hen a child got a common school onpmly ly to work as an illustrator His chief fame came from his political cartoons in Harpers Weekly His scorching caricatures of tho Tweed ng in New York did more than- any other ono force to overthro- that nefarious gang Speaking of 0000 voting machines I they cannot be introduced in Illinois it appears under tho constitution The Chicago Chronicle Dem says Tho constitution of sayseNo voting machine yet invented ill take a prepared ballot from the baud of the voter and deposit and register it according to law Secrecy is not protected Voting machines are in use in New YorkI because tho state constitution framed in 1894 provided that they might be adopted by local author ity Some of tho machines have iven satisfactory service but their use is not possible in Illinois un der the present constitution Until a machine more perfect than now in use is inventedand thoroughly tested a machine that i will be convenient save time beJJ absolutely accurate id counting t AyersMalaria and Ague Cure quickly destroys malarial germs Gives prompt relief in forms of Sure preventive for those living malarial districts I and bo absolutely secret for the protection of the voter wo had better return to the vestpocket method which is tho next best thing to a perfect machine Every Movement Hurts When you have rheumatism Muscles art still and tore and Joints are painful Hood Saroaparilla goes right to the spot In thlll ilia esells neutralizes the acidity of the blood and radically cures Accept no substitute A Practical Oil Man Judge Lusk last week had a Itter from James Pan ton of Pennsylvania tho gentleman with whom he was engaged in the oil business 8in that state when he sold out to the Standard Oil Co Mr Panton card ital to push enterpriser and writes that if the field is favorable and hdwill drill one or more wells at once From the tone of his letter we think ho will do more towards developing our oil interests than any man yet in the field and do 3it now while we aro most anxious about it Revolution Imminent- A sure sign approaching revolt 1and serious trouble in your syeto is nervousness sleeplessness c stomach upsets Electric Bitte will quickly dismember the trou blesome causes It never fails to tone the stomach regulate the kid neys and bowels stimulate the liver and clarify the blood Run down systems benefit particularly and all the usual attending achesl vanish under its searching and thorough effectiveness Electric Bitters is only roc and that is r sadt by Ti Day Hazel Green and SS Combs i Campion druggists AccidenthIISquire John D Rose on Monday met with n painful and at the time what seemeda serious accident n I His team stalled the wage j hanging on the end ofu log His soon had a rail trying to pry the wagon away from the log when amwas standing at tho end of theI wagon cutting a gash two lACh long and to tho bone in the top of his head He knocker seuse 01tmiu- I utes and was able to walk to the house where the flow of blood was checked He was in town Tuesday and the wound had a ghastly loo NameerlitEverything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve C DeWitt S Co of Chicago di covered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and pro trading piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salve has no equal Thisi wortah counterfeits Ask for DeWitts Ithe genuine A Novel Way of Collecting Costs 77Lige Blaukeuship constable iin this district met with a novel experience a few days since in col1 lecting a fee To secure his costs he was compelled to take a sucking puppy of the mongrel cur breed He traded the pup to Deweese Wil1 gus for a sack of Monarch flour + thus breaking about evon for his costs But since that Wilson the poetpainter took breakfast with him and after stowing away eon iel17 cold biscuit in his esophagus Lige is again in the hole DO YOU GET UP BACKwKidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful 1 Dr Roo the great kidney liver cal triumph of the nineteenth century d covered after years t nent kidney and bladder specialist and is bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need IIt has been tested In so many ways In hospital work in private every cue that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to offer la this paper and ofDrhamtsn N Y The r I tq all malaria in AIitoeeee4 byKhmers remedyIt byDr curinglame purchase troublWhen Idollar I Standard American Annual 1and ENCYCLOPEDIA- A Statistical Volume of Facts and Figures Containing Over 600 Pages FACTe nvm 100QTOPKSI SPECIAL FEATURES Review of the Cowl St Ike the Trusts It theUaltel3tates Full Uctlon Retum + 1 PUtlorm ol Political tParties ol I9O2 Of I flan of the National Committees Federal State Wd Lsbortegls latton Oar Insular Possaylocs btamlao Canal Law Clvil lev emmeetforthePhitipInes d tQf9teteRStanstla Fraternal PatroacSucle InformationnlCon femmtn- and R f laf en STSelmicDisturbances Recurstmdleo Condensed Information for the I Office the Store and the Home 1 Price I Postpaid to any address 35 = 25c I WORLDeNewRStuadPulltrtx Duildin New Yar wLLJASKEYIIAZEL r DealerI r in General Merchandisei ProducenNOW ON HAND A LARf HAS well selected stock oft Dry Goods Notions boCENTS FUIIN1SUING GOODS esL1DIF AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAr BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS a c keptkex- amine in his tock and hear his prices He will treat you nicely Thea 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 wa F BAKER rKIKKSKXT- lXOGUGGENHEIMER COlnc Leading Dry Goods Notions JobbersrSt LYNCHBURG VA t Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky immediatolywith GoodsNotions requetheplacing their orders l45ly KadolDyspepsia eateThis preparation contains all of the j dlgestants 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 mostsensitive manythousandscured after everything else failed ItIs unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant help gaodPreparedl j Too SI bottle contalns3H time the50c sUo WAOTEDSay 5000 acres COKING COAL LANDS conven transportationto descriptioninbus Ohio 510 OattklaoMcest90eeats Nice tar weIIper IOO f H F PIERATT H C QUICKSAIL H F PiERATTCOfw I DEALERS IN 0oo0oooooooeooeooeoooooeooeoeeoeeooN I General Merchanf J- ILOQQII HQCIUI01HOIIlOO as Stock andWILive t l I CdrDunIi peftSiWITHanti reliable way to do business 01u Hf WbI PLEASE DO NOT ASK FOR CREDIT uou Rb Very respectfully l1 H F PIERATT en c P51- d HI All parties now indebted to should call and settle or there meI be A HOT TIME IN THE OLD fTOWN TODAY as I am deter mined to wind up all my ing business Thankingoutstundii especiIIallyI remain respectfully tH F PIERATT a RESTOREDMANHOODf r I 11Tblull Tat fecI i to 1 t q I THE CHICAGO POST JLr DRMOTT PILLS lIERUJU1IIIt6e 11 x l PostkthEreqbeEveryl Erery GRAIN Slipper should read daily The Chicago Post fo THE CREATiNEWSPAPERd YOUEtoSubscribeper containing tbli Sample copies tent tree on request Adilrett F th THE CHICAGO POST Chicago t 1Tbt i btel CLOTHINGececti I have a nice lot clothing which I intend to close out and you want a bargain in this oIIQEAlso do not fail to call at once I at 100 that Iii have always sold at and the same pro portion clear throughfRemember this for CASH ONLY 0 l J IVE ROSIER 1 THE PEOPLES FRIEND r DAY MILLINERY CARRIES COMPLETE LINE i MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS 1 TMff DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS ctiRIBBE1 s isAnd sells everything so that poorest may buy 1 J TAYLOR DAYiCARRIES STOCK FULL LINE OFQLadies Dress Goods FurnishingsLadiesShoes Standard Groceries Lamps and QueenswareI Cutlery and Hardware j Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact eyerything usually found in firstclass store Deweese Wilgus Practical Bricklayer HAZEL GREEN KY HAS had Thirty Ytarst experience I is prepared to lay brick in walls build sod chimneys set grates dec In fact be can do anything in line can be done with brick and trowel ftfSmoky chinil nays repaired and guaranteed to draw IAgone Non 1 mg hOD win pee 1- Jnri 6e tie THEl ha HOME PAPER tyl MARKET adrcrtlMment III elof of if line I 125 is s A OF c low tho IN A flues that that a +TOIIORIALI + PARLOR + HAZEL GREEN KY 0GEORGE DYER Proprietor SHAVING HAIRCUTTING and branches of the tonsorial art in the latest style Clean towels and sharp razors only io use for customers BWedB days and Saturdays each week are regular barbering days and the public patronage is respectfully solicited f- v L ie l ME HEBLB I 1 Disfigured Skin tfiited muscles and decaying bones j I rnsthavoc I i I ccrotols let atone Is capable of all that j InItj k inflammations ryes IIIe jicitarrh as CMKTII debility I 1tS Is always raUIcally and iKrnmncntty IzIed by H00ltarlrfl Mvls Ml liuiiiers cares orup biiills tp tt wlule y tlIIj0ani j ther4r il ilitZ I li r I li ill 01I3id t t rrth Jlood s i3rst rlllnIGDInlacc =Christmas gift to one and nil Dillnrd McGuire of Omer has gone home to spend Christmas and NeW Year Willie Wheeler who is now liv mgat Bethel Bath county is I home for tho holidays Sarsaparilla is the medi HOODS impure blood IllpliutlilII weakness and gineral positively and absolutely CURES I Lanford Craft aul wife loft yesterday for Caney where they will spend the holidays with relatives and friends For CoiiHllpnUon I yteLJona IjixBiivtS rtll un ideal remedy fat I JodltSsudrhUIrtII flCll1 Jctntlcirtumatw ctstr1Yecqbrmlf 1 uu Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Swango May town 1Ky Dave Linden whose indisposi tion was mentioned last weeknow las a well authenticated ease of j typhoid fever I Mrs Win IIils y if Grassy lies the thanks cf ttho editor and his better seveuuighthd for a title mess j i i of pickled roasting ears j Dr A C XJckell reports i following Born to tho wife FriLjj L Enoch Bush of Lacy creek day night the 19th inst n boy Willie Quicksall tho efficient teacher in this school district is this week enjoying himself with WT Swango and witIt Millers burg We print r day earlier this week so the editor amid all hands may enjoy their Christmas turkey without the worry incident to publica tioa day RbeumaKIDNEY b Gmv BACKACHEAfl Bladder Urinary CUREUMef1I tiuld by H K 1ieratt Hazel Green Ky Those of our subscriber who are in arrears will make us very happy I if they will come in and pay up at once and until they do we shall bo I wonderfully blueII The wife of Bud Greer who for merly lived in Morgan county and I MontIIOrnervcountydie I Thursday of last week Taylor Johnson last week bought an interest in E M1 Dick Rims malls saw mill now located on the old Amyx place above Daysboro and will operate it for all who may j runt sawing done THE HERALD extends A merry leery Chrismas and a Happy New IIVent to eachand every one of its patrons to each one of whom it pleasureThey j i i iCASTORIAlr For Infants and Children fMUnd You Have Always Bought j f Bears the x st9 er i Pgnatoreof C a i Illtt I f expected here in the very near I failure and when he comes he will I probably protract his visit for nj jf r fpooDetlthI There will bo a rollcall t the Christian church Sunday Pawning Kyiry mamlur of timet U ch is uriMl to Iw prosoirt all j 3 If atJj morning lad evening pillWbbustbeWittsRisersAresurprisofs1akj1 the rest TexaslesI j EarlyPillslion sick headache fec To use Iam indebted for the of y family Nr tt They Are in the Flowery LandII Profs Compton and the academy are rusticating midst magnolias alligators orwgesfal linippers bananas bullfrogs lornI Jlowerj11U1I1lofI probably better acquaintedwith hooks bookkeeping etc than with tho anatomy of the alligator you are hereby informed that tho said underIFthe load and shoulder It lies unIdor the skin and is imbodod in aji theiIuni hardboiled egg and scout while trot so delicate as that of the musk ox is nearly or quito as lasting A bean will bo accepted as proofof your prowess as hunters Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests ill classes of food tones and strengthens tho stomach and DyspepsiaII i makes rich red blood henlthmid wornoutltissuesI Atkinson of V1a says I hay used a number of bottles of Kodol and have found it to be a very effective and indeed a powerful remedy for stomach ailments I recommend it to my friends Ed Onoy who is teaching tho district school at Lane came home to spend the Christmas holidays with his mother and sister but H F Pieratt Co pressed him into service to clerk through the rush and business before pleasure bee ing his motto Eddie has thus in spendIillcommelldl1bloI PQI I 1J1ED10RDSI I j BLACKDRAUGHT THE ORIGINAL IIII ij llIVER MEDICINE j I Alter yae N dizzinessbiliousness are common indications of hoer iI Stomachandbowel painluti j though less painful at the start are much hauler to cure Thedfords HlackDraucht never fails to bene tit diseased liver mIl weakened kid- n ys It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the germs of fever and j ague It is a certain preventive i of cholera and Bright s disease of the kidneys With kidneys re I inforced ly Thtdfonls Black Draught thousands of persons have Jellow I perfect health and have no other I doctor than Thedfords Black Draught It is always on hand for use in an emergency and saves many expensive culls of a doctor II Mullins S C March 10 1901 I DraughtforthreeyearsandlhavenotI to a do I been taking itbutmedicineIt Is the for me that Is kidneytroublescomplaints Rev A C LEWISI I 11 U I A Handsome Monument Elza H James has just erected I I to tho memory of his wife Minnie Day James a hansome gray grail I ito monument which is an orua ment to our cemetery It is seven feet high and at the top is a block supporting four columns which I support a cross und upon this cross are the initials M L J On the foundation block supporting the cross are tho date of her birth and death and the motto she always used upon the walls of the schools where she had taught Work on earth and rest in hea von It is a beautiful piece ofi work and a remarkable coincident is that after the order was given for the work there was discoveredl in a diary kept four years prior t- hor oI death a request for almost the identical monument Fight Will Be Bitter Those who will peter in closing their ears against the continued I Notgw Discovery for Consumption will1I have n long and bitter fight with their trouble if not ended by fatal termination Read what IT R Beall of Beall Miss has toi say Last full my wife had oery- smptomof consumption She took Dr Kings New Discovery after everything else had failed Im provoinealcampat once and four bottles entirely iNd her Guar nnteetV by J Taylor Day HazolI Greoi and S S Combs Sons Cum ton Price oOc and 100 Trial bottles free jr Center was summoned b phone to Maytowu Tuesday after Dfoa to ioe Mrs Oscar Hallr IStand by the Old Reliable subscriber to TIll HERALD should nowdo his utmost to secure weIj priso will db so Remember that for nearly JS years THE HERALD has labored faithfully oarnestly andImoral advancement of tho moun tains and mountain people Within that time it has heralded the birth of 27 paper in the section where it circulates some of which died a bornin and written feeling tribi aloe at their demise Through ad everyij storms and now it appeals to tho people to bo as true to it as it has been to them It asks no moro and that much it surely deserves And NOW is time time to subscribe and each get one friend to do likewise j 100 a year or less than 2c a week A Cold Wave changesinhoarse voice nndn heavy cough may invade the sanctity of health I in your own home Cautious people j have a bottle of Ono Minute Cough Cure always at hand K HIWise Madison Ga writes I am CoughCuroand probably my life It cures Coughs Colds Lagrippe Bronchi tis Pneumonia anti all Throat and Lung trouble Ono Minute Cough Cure cuts tho phlegm draws out the inflammation heals and sooths the mucous membranes und strengthens the mugs The quarterly meeting of the M E church south will be held on I the first Friday and Saturday in January the hid and 2rd when Presiding Elder C F Onoy will be present Rev Will Tyler pastor and other ministers will lend their assistance to make the meeting both interesting and instructive and the public generally is invited The Presbyterian church in Hazel Green will be utilized for the occa slOA A Special Grand OUerI IIIOn January 1st 1003 the Twice CourierJournalwill cease Ito exist but the Weekly Courier Journal 10 or 12 pages will suc ceed it tho price being la year All subscribers to THE HERALD on or before Jan I can have Courier Journal sent them to Jan 1 1004 by remitting 30p extra Thus for 130 in cash they can get both papers for 13 mouths if they re new at once Try and get in bo fore next Thursday Aunt Polly Little consort of Rev Harry Little deceased is at the homo of her son Jailer Breck Little of Campton and was so ill a few days since that they had but little hope of her recovery since which we have not heard from or of her Her age which is close to four score militates against her but a fairly good constitution and well preserved physique may ena ble her to pull through i Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the worldand is still traveling bringing health and comfort wherever he goes To the consumptive he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs To all weak and sickly children he gives richand strengthening food personsrhe gives new firm flesh and rich red blood Children who first saw the old man with the fish are now grown up and have children of their own f He stands for Scotts Emulsion of pure cod liver oila delightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who need flesh and- y strength SCOTT it BOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street NewYorX 6QP find il1QO j ai1drti lets c from now until Christmas will be found a free game amusing and instructiveso different kinds Get Lion Coffee and a Free Game at Your I Charley Cecil and wife sent out invitations to a peapicking party at their home Saturday night but there being a dance on Lacy creek tho same night the attendance at tho first function was but a frac tion as compared although our mull about town failed to hear where they tripped tho light fan tastic or who wore engaged in the physicalculture performance A Frightened Horse Running like mad down tho street dumping tho occupants or a hundred other accidents are ovary day occurrences It behooves everybody to havo a reliable salvo handy and theres none as good as Bucklens Arnica Sulvo Burns cuts sores eczema and piles dis appear quickly under its soothing effect 25c at J T Days Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores Tommie Daniels assistant cash ier of the West Liberty Bank is spending the holidays withmo pa and mo ma and incidentally putting iu a good word for tho iu stitution in which he takes much I interest You can too if you will place a time depositthat iis take much interest or little as your deposit may warrant Ergo you should take a whack at it A Costly Mistake Blunders are sometimes very expensive Occasionally life itself is tho price ofa mistake but you ll never bo wrong if you take Dr Kings New Lifo Pills for dyspep sia dizziness headache liver or bowel troubles They are gentle yet thorough 25c at J T Days Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Miss Betty Cecil time 12yearold daughter of our friends Mr and Mrs E F Cecil was awarded by the teacher of Consolation school Dudley Barker with a beautiful gold medal for deportment But aside from regular attendance and good behavior proficiency in her studies would have entitled her to a prize Young Man Educate for Success at Wil bur Smith Easiness College Teachers clerks and farmer boys should pursue the BusincaaShortband Type writing or Telegraphic courses at Wilbur Smiths Business College Lexington Ky He refers to 10000 successful graduates Kentucky University diploma under seal awarded his graduates Over 500 students from Wstates 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 27 years Students can begin at any time Cost reasonable If you have any idea of attending a Business College this winter or spring write immediately for a large illustrated catalogue to W It Smith Lexington Ky Many of our readers will remem ber the emaciated condition of Robert B Day just before ho wont west Iu a letter to his mother a few days ago ho says he is at Los Angeles on the Pacific coast in Southern California working in a grading camp and enjoying tho best kind of health Kentucky Examinations- The U S Civil Service Commission reports that for the year ending June 30 appointed more than was ever before appointed in a single year Anyone wishing information about these positions can secure it free by writing for the Civil Service any nouncement of the Columbian Corres pondence College Washington D C The commission will hold examinations to secure young men and women for these places during March and April at Covington Danville Owensboro Louisville and Lexington Many people do not know that these appointments are made without political influence and that a large share of them are filled by those having only a common school education but such is now the case Dr Center of Maytown whose illness was mentioned last week was BO low Tuesday afternoon that his relatives here were summoned to his bedside Boone Center and wife and Dr Center left at dark to be with him z s n Christmas GamesFREES LionI Coffee I GrocersI The editor and his better seven eighths again thank Mr and Mrs Deweeso Wilgus for another nicely dressed rabit which the editor de voured and Master Charles has a liberal share for tho part played by him Lyons Laxative Syrup Natures Cure for Constipation Dons NOT GRIPU If you do not like it better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist will refund tho money Good for children as well as grown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Swango Maytown Ky Uncle Jeff Rose of Stillwater has time thanks of the editor and his hotter seveneighths for a half bushol of turni- pslloIg11 Resents o IX o JEWELRY AND I I w SILVERWARE OTHINO IS MORE AIlUECIA N loci 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 suitable for Holiday Gifts Our motto is Reliable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices VICTOR IIOGAERT Manufacturing Jeweler and Importer 67 E Main St LEXINGTON KY Bewara I ewara I a WABc NEW AND CHEAP GOODS WILL KINDLY ASK ONE WEand all who pays us cashor oth er pay to call for coupon ticket andre ceive premiums from our large assort ment of 1 DECORATED- gotten SW R r up especially for the holiday trade Come at once First come first served Also those back number or unthankful fellows are invited and will save us hunting them up as this is one time we are going after one and all who does not respond and pay for past favors Respectfully c W W SWANGO CO Maytown Ky Nov 14 int1ttdr15l1ltlt WINCHESTER KY Y H WITHERSPOON President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Handsome deposit of 40421648 This Dank solicit the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally thronghout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate bankinc octlSly ROBERT P 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 General ffiero anaise- fyGountru PrOaUoo Embracing everything usually found in a firet class country store and the pur chaser may rely always upon getting the very best goods for the least money He invites the people of Wolfe and to call and see his goods and learn his it might pay cometake home a load of goods which they will want to buy when they learn prices jB Will meet any legitimate competition bUYIinK 7 7 1tJo GR AT OVERCAT 3 KY are in it is is THE and and Orch ard and but Both LEXINGTON Ii Owing th- eContinued Weather We BADLY OVERSTOCKED OVERCOATS THOUSANDS Of OvercoatsFOR MEN AND BOYS AT COSTAND Regardless Cost Colic Early Got Bdlydlllb Louis Gus Straus 31 LEXINGTONS GREAT CLOTHING CLARK HOUSEII CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 EMain LEXINGTON Honest material master mechanics and consciencious calculations their stock trade Hence that satisfaction guaranteed Str nth lB and strength in a of puro Beer And Lexing r ton brow has and quality Barley in it food for tonic And just enough to aid digestion Essential to weak healthful for anybody A standard high beer Unsurpassed r for table i inal Tho beer that nour ishes and invigorates i LEXINGTON BREWINGYM X CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO yv Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock highest prices Condgomtnt solicited All correspondence answered t CECIL BROS Staple Foncy Grocersii Have in Stock and Sell Low for CASH the following goods jarJELLIES25c LEAF LARD 15c per pound poundCADOVA in town 12Jc1 packageSWEET for 25c 3 can lOc CORN lOc per can PEAS 2 cans 25c aHARNESS BRIDLES GRANITE WAREc Ac Everything first class and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY everything you buy of TREES TREES BY TREESI Fuuit Ornamental Grape Vines Small Fruits Asparagus Shrubs everything for Lawn Garden Wo em ploy no agents sell direct Catalogue on application phones HILLENMEYER KY JOB PRINTING 18 THs HERALD BEST and tga ekaapest to Warm arc 1 IX of ana 1 In Theres health bottle purity for Hops alcohol tho grade use and medic purposes cheers W R KY at cheerfully PEACH KRAUT pound on us HaF CO YEARS 6 Ir RXPKIUCMOC fi uo TRACK MARK DBS 10MS COPYRIONTi eo oaqll1etJ1s tdtahtr a Imleatloaa treat f pateeaIDoeteat a- apectil00ttointtua10 Ya a QI raveer si AIEIOANIIeIdittJIHy eLHawt t vmi MUNN6 00 iii BrsadwarIlw Ytts v 1 419- M d GREAT STRIDES HADE Wonderful nichnpn of the Soil of IVcstrrn Canada IIn Tamed the Title or Immigration The great strides which Western Canada is making and the wonderful richness of the soil Is creating considerable v excitement not only ins I Ianada but in the United States and Great Britain The large crops of p the past two years with phenomenal yields have enacted a movement to wards the west which will not be checked until every available home stead IK taken The Edmonton But letin one of the farthest north newspapers in a recent article on openiJ soil there must be a suitable elimat there must Iw the possibility of build ing up n modern civilization and thj condition must be such that labort can reach the landor in other I words land mutt be cheap The Canadian Northwest contains the largest unbroken area of country on s j jthecontinent or in the world fulfill ing these conditions In its thou sand miles of plain which stretches from the Lake of the Woods to the Rocky Mountains Canada is able to offer land to the landless of the con tinent and of the world This year 1902 the only complaint over all the vast stretch of territory of the farmers and ranchers In that the railways have not sufficient rolling stock to move to market the returns of the past season The area under crop in Western Canada in 1902 was 1987330 acres Yield 190111793754 bushels Wealth waits on industry in Canada There is Plenty of Room t Prices have advanced in Western Canada 50 per cent in the last two years and the upward movement seems still on The migration into Canada is becoming notable Somebody has estimated that 23000 acres of Canadian land are sold a clay to people from the United States Whatever doubts there have been as to the suitability of the Canadian Northwest for settlement those doubts have been set at rest by the successive yields of previous years and by the crowning glory of the past year 1902 which gives solid nnnurance as to possibilities that would not otherwise have been be tiered The fact of the grain produc tion of the past season in Manitoba and the Northwest 117922754 bush 1elsfrom 1987330 acres and that n certain producedand cattle for sale than any other a theaewer to the question Is there onlyincountry has there been prosperity The Canadian Northwest is not all t alike in its ft growlogtIe ranching of another and nixed farmingthe growth of grain and live stock together of still another Speaking roughly vile southeastern parts of the Territories and Manitoba ore wheat growing the southwest ern part of the Territories is ranching and the northern part of the Territories is mixed farming Differ ences of soil climate and other con tlit ions are the causes of these differ ences in agriculture in the various sections nut it is safe to say thvin no other area of the world is there e fn equal possibility of the produelioi bysw agriculture or another 1 OB irIsh lull The customs officer examined andtmined They tasted and tested They smelled they eyed they felt Then the patjfngrr rmarked J Its only tin shovels sn1AndgtggerykI limitsfhei mintiutuit aoitingeaJllIlIgton attIoilhofCIike iMiss Alice Bailey of Atlanta Ga tells how she was permanently cured of inflamma surt eons knife by taking Lydia IE Pinkbams Vegetable Compound II I had suffered for three years with terrible pains at the time of men Blruation and did not know what the trouble was until the doctor pro nounced it inflammation of the Ovaries and proposed an operation I felt ao weak and sick that I felt Rare that I could not survive the or deal The following week I read an advertisement in the paper of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound In such an emergency and so- e myPYtoaftertalptnglghteenpo1mhealthJIuaBouleTars slat Utta ntag pasaemrit wsfaova The symptoms oflagammatlon ad ea of the areaaccomlaBledItothe sidYitJ IMncIoI Jf NUlf Y J FIFTYSEVENTH CONGRESS Second Session Washington DecIRSenateThe senate Wednesday passed the pension appropriation bill without discussion It carries 1139847000 An urgent deficiency bill also was passed The amount carried by this bill is 1148 400 and Includes an Item of 500000 to enable the secretary of agriculture to stamp out the foot and mouth disease which has become epidemic in the New England states At 2 oclock Mr Keen of New Jersey called up the resolutions expressing the regret of the senate at the death of the late Senator Sewcll of New Jersey and feelingly spoke of the life and character of the deceased lie was followed by several other senators and as a further mark of respect an adjournment was taken until Saturday House The legislative appropria than bill with the following amend ment to enforce the Sherman anti trust law was passed That for the enforcement of the provisions of the art of July 2 1890 the sum of J500 000 Is hereby appropriated out of any money In the treasury not heretofore appropriated to be expended under the direction of the attorney general in the employment of special counsel and agents of the department of justice to conduct proceedings suits and prosy ecutions under said acts in the courts of the United States provided that no person shall be prosecuted or be subjected to any penally or forfeiture for or on account of any transaction matter or thing concerning which he may testify or produce evidence doc umentary or otherwise In any proceeding soft or prosecution under said acts provided further that no person so testifying shall lhe exempt from prosecution or punishment for perjury committed in so testifying This appropriation shall be immediate Ily available Washington Dec J9HollieThe house Thursday passed the bill to reduce the duties on the products of the Philippine Islands coming into the United States from 75 per cent of the Dingley rates the present duties to 25 per cent of those rates The dis cussion of the bill was accompanied by considerable maneuvering in the democratic side to secure test votes on various amendments designed to lower the tariff barrier still further and a record vote was forced on a motion to recommit with instructions to report a bill providing for absolute free trade with the islands The division on this proposition was on party lines with the exception of Mr Me Call rep Mass who voted with the democrats The discussion of the pure food bill which has been made a con tinuing order until finally disposed of was begun Mr Tompkins 0 and Mr Adamson Ga opened the debate respectively for and against the bill Mr Gardner Mass opposed the bill Tae McCall resolution calling upon tne state department In the Venezue tan embroglio was adopted al the be ginning of the session Washington Dec 20HouIThe house Friday passed the pure food bill by a vote of 72 to 20 Tjere was nut a quorum present but the point was not raised by the opponents of the measure The bill inhibits the Intro duction into any state or territory or the District of Columbia from any oth er state or territory or the District of Columbia or from any foreign coun try or to the shipment to any foreign country of any article of food or drug which is adulterated or misbranded The above inhibition is made to ap ply to any one shipping delivering or receiving within the regions named any such food so adulterated THE BRIBERY CASES Five Convicted and Sentenced to the Pen For Five Years Each St Louis Dec 20The joint trial oi five former members of the house of delegates which began Tuesday ended Friday night in a verdict of five years in the penitentiary for each man The defendants Joan A Sheridan Charles 1 Denny Charles Gutke Edmund Bersch and T E Albright were convicted on charges of bribery In con nection with the passage of the subur ban street car bill to accomplish which it was charged 75000 had been plac ed in deposit to be used as required The live defendants filed motions for a new trial and each was released on bond THE FRENCH NOTE It Has Nothing of the Character of An Ultimatum Caracas Venezuela Dec 21The French note to Venezuela has abso lutely nothing of the character of an ultimatum although its text is still unknown here in consequence of delay in its transmission by cable There fore Charge dAffaires Quievreux has not been able to present it Its terms are similar to those of Belgium and Spain asking for the most favored nations treatment in the payment of claims To Consolidate Street Railways Omaha Neb Dec ISThe plan for the consolidation of all the street railways of Omaha South Omaha and Council Bluffs was made public Wednesday The new company which is financed by Seligman Co of New York takes control January 1 Schooner Overdue Sydney C B Dec ISThe schoon er Swift Current which left North Sydney ten days ago has not arrived at her destination Charlottetown P E I and she is considered lost She carried coal and a crew of six men Plague Infected Food Chicago Dec 18 Advices just re ceived from Honolulu show that In vestigation proves that foodstuffs shipped to Honolulu from Japan and China via San Francisco are respon sible for the cases of plague recently pearing re- Sale of Seal Skins Victoria B C Dec 18cable ad vices say that the annual sale of seal skins took place at Lampsons and the Hudson Bay Co in London The prices realized were higher than last year the catch being smeller f THE SUNDAY SCHOOL Leases la the InlerniKlonal Series for December 2H lotr2 IlrvlnrU- OIUFA TKXT Lord tlwo halt been our Uv clllnc place IInstil Sea erntloni Fa Mli CHRONOLOGICAL REVIEW B C llil The sondiiif of the spies P C 1151 The crossing of the Jor dan B C IiI Tin fall of lerirlm 15 C I151 Coliijiiest of Kiiiilhrrn CilllUIIIlP 1111 C iiiiusl nf northern CIIIIHI P C I Hi Calebs cliii- mii L 1114 The tribal allotment IIS C 1427 JoshuasI death I C II 5 lirgiiiniiiK 11 period of the jn Iii l IJiti ii icotlri call IP C IIGtlndgchipofI lepbtbiib- II c IIGi 1120Indgcsllipof Sum ton P C lW2 KiilliV choice IIt f 1171 Tin birth nf Samuel H C iMill The ark captured by the Philistines The lesson objects jtudieil iluriiifj tin past quarter ind Ithe Bidden texts nerea follow I Icon II losluisieiicoiinijfrcd Josl- i1i 1IGol1cntextRestrongand- of JIIuriJlnh ll- Lcson lIfrosMiij tin Jordan- lush 917inldrn Tcx When Until iiavtelh throii li the waters I will be uitli I her iiid through time rim res thtyshall not eillov IhcnIs- ItI Lesson III flu Fall of Iciicbo- Wli IC I 2iluldr a Text layI liiitli Ithe wall of Jorieini fell down lieu II IIIOSMMI IIV lonllllu Illiil Ltld Josh IGoirlcn Text II wholly followed till LoiilJiijli II 11 losson V I iliIIr Rofii Iuh- 2119Golden textCoil i nil refuge anil strength a very planar helpl in trouble IP 11l Lesson Yl1 Joshuas Parting Advice Joh 3II1Gulden ixt- Cbooc von this day whom ye will serve Josh 2111 Lesson VII The Time of the Judge Judge 27 IGGublru- TextIhev cry unto the Lord in their trouble and lie savetb them out of their distressPs III 7t lojon VIII Worlds temperance Lesson Isa 23l7lden Text U iis better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in ratanla lists LCSOII IX iidenn unl Ithe Three Hundred Judges 7 lGuidcuT- ext lie that iis slow to anuer iis better than the mighty maul ho thai rnletli his spirit than be that taUvtb II iitx riot 10 32- LOOII X Until and Naomi Until 1 lb22olden Text IUo Kinilh lilT Iliul1l1 one to another Uom I12- 1U lou XL The fly Bounty iIIliII1I I Ss m aG TextI Soak Lord fur Tby servmit heard I11 Sob 9- LcuI XII ChristI mas ILesson Luke oGolden Text Pre pare your hem rts unto the Lord mind sync hunt only 1 Smith 7J- II help in the study of Old Trsta neil lIHSSHII to reinoniber alway that Cod vas working itiirtosefull vith Mis people Tboir historymva folliuiiig tin details of a Iiino plan T ninny iit must have seonieil most inVKteriitii to B etch at this div all is by no steins clear Tin Dots comfort is in remembering that to God all was clear In IN tliongbt thlas neither confusion our frus tration of effort All worked lo an appointed end TIlt story of the israeliics Iis th story of beart lift tin riduser As we read it wo synipatbio torah li we feel that we bao tnndetl that samc road This is the true poin thai tight to be cinpbasieil time coniinon exporieneo rsill andsufI fering of ropentnneo and fort ihnes of obctlieiiec mill blessingi 11 brut cud Chug Trill b doeI not depend tm fnician flit Hatpiuos i ilu fruitof heart licalCi There iis no progress apurl from CTirMThe t leligitn that is put on isi ailput till- Gobs succor conic swifter that sibs sting I I i spirittlbtThey who sect time praise of men often miss the approval of Cod Many trust God for a crown mill 11 right on worrying over crumbs The opportunity i always ready for the man wlm is ready for the op pOltunityIilms Horn Alilleli Anxktyur corrxiing wire on the part of a Christian must IK a great tin And iit must be a sin very deep in the heart So large a part of the Sermon on tint Mount would never have been directed against anxiety nor so many arguments itaped up eerylargenot is Christs constant caution Jtev Dr Laiulnu FROM THE FATHERLAND Recent figures on the cost of farm labor in Jerniany show that hand work cots less than the use of ma chines In IJcrlin doctors coachmen wear white hats so that a physicians car ringe may be easily recognized in else of necessity regulnled vnrld the net profits from the for ests amounting annually to over 2 000000 The dally average of pictorial cards which passed through the German imperial post office last year was 1446938 making a sum of 17000 iu everydaygreater Three folk kitchens for children were recently opened in Berlin nine more are to be added and each one will feed 300 children A sausage with rice boiled in milk is given for quarterIfpleDule TREASON TO THE CZAR What Would Ortwlnlr Iteve llr PIt tad Thl Thing Ever lirrn Perpetrated Ha Whoopikoff you are the very nun I have wanted to see sn inuehxki relates the Cleveland Iliun Denier Hn h Demidoff Draw aside lestl the secret policeiky get windofI us and we arepinchedfkyYe I will1fl prudent SkojipikylWhati Know You alarm me What has happened The very orb k1uur Skoopky u on his way to Siberia Alii ala How did it happen 11e do not know there niiiM IIHVC been a traitor in the ramp ky The secret police trizel him jut JIM he wle tnrkiiig a yard I the doorky of the palace of the oar Meiiinil Xihnltf And lheny End then Ithey hurried him to tile Hunt Without a truly Without I trial Urea CiirtehakulT And what oh what Wt + witbiu on the fatal cirriI t1 wtiilcil There ire plenty of people wh r leave become ulrcd and ulcouragIJ becaute that Iry hiltklllg tvntgil hang to thlIIIOIl- tinuIII Tney have taken much medicine mustlhuf the advertised quaeksort uuth ing lie Ur August Jliucni s llunhurg- Rrcast Yes Ithe lilover tIt a uuted Ger man 1llItiIIoe do nottry that this wIll cute a va e where tine lung are badly tlIcaed1 for it will not anti up to tins date there iis nothing that will cnn under these condition but on lice other hand if time lungs are not hard hit the patient should take Ur Atigut KotlIilt Hani hnrc HriMl lea a cup lull every infill on KOIIIR to bod loan it hut drink slowly Ithen every other night rub tic Ilhroit and top portion of tiie lung with 001 lanilix Oil cover with oil elk let it iciiiain an hour then remove 1Kit gd plain iinnrirhiiii loud live in time open air as much a IIMI M hl I Ity all IIUMIIS sleep as near out ofi tars as jjo lute dint i vindow wide upon l liie very ievcio wewliier Ttkea IIIlg I Iwitli every morningi then imiiiedwtelv rub IDie IHHJV vizoroiiily wilhI r oarsrtnmveflakcDr itpiit Koenig Ham burg Drop every other day according t1- direction One can buy the three remedies for l2i of any reliable drlllili IJejin the treittment at cnceunlet how much better you will lbe I IIi din a weeks t suspect timeI She You didnt itay lmg in Iln Iiniildittt land it Ur there everylmHy knew me for nn lamrnein rimut- a e1UI Tour of All Mexico Vial Iron tonnln In Itnnle- tmler Speciii lKort Pullman Train witi wide vestibule cir Drawing Boom dun partmentM Parlor Library Jliuic Itoum and the iarmeet Dining ar in tin WorldI n pmarthat renlly and truly nlcrve LeMirrv Itinerary wilii Ionir Stop initaiincTii r CinIe Tours in the Tropics and tin Itiiine time in the South of Mexico All d stnfill personally conducted ieaurei c1imiii e1 IKxrluMvent and n epenenl mrv men inured Ticket Indiuip AH Et pone IKvcrjwhere Addrej T4 Ameri ampleiGeu1and gents of the Iron Mnntvn Koure II C Townscnd U P i T A Si Louis utter 111 South Texan The Government rtpoit lor WdJ S o vs that Texas liold fire windl record I T n prudmtiuii ol rut Suaiv vi t e Ilit ielaml in the Suite mite alI na t c Ine r t M K A T l1 An iiieuMii Jhi 1Ifex3s will be cut on 11111 lance JUrker Onl laigerit M hit T lyf alil Wamufisiit 1II11 Lou Ioj nn IIII tvunt- lUIhuu J Diini tilat hutI a form nwke you ill IihaltlWtli I Itinitit like hl tired my rife in urait Utrrt Inc fret d AllCeiit ulendar for n Cents If yuii want one of the hnuuuct eelI each1u ever saw semi lict p stae tj the I Iitoii iuUtr Shoe c t alcmiar Uri t 9 Murrav 01 Xeiv Yolk It is lixll lHrectheunvI l dan not 151as pretty The eoMre of true love might nil smoother it the ipectatm wouldhhe tier eo nwHy urgetini for itf iiiipitein ili lnGaDtlIt New + flow AlyJ Throat 1I1111Wh dont you use llalcs Honey of Horehonnd and TarJ Pikes Toothache Drops Cure in one mmuic- mritT When duo tile iii x tran Ult or lilk jhiiter Iiii IP= T Shes jwt pule sorr Pmui- Pio 111notlIIJiisily siuVei as a cHigh Ult11 W Oiiirn S 1I hid- 1ve X Miunenpclir MhnrilafluAl- Nu l one lin I U M hard to Migvt ills take a tits l eijii wU ust rtquci make thcutlhdumugsi News UnyTakel 11tlruSonM love letters arc too aull tieChtJgo DilJ Ch MARKET REPORT CincinnatI Ilice in- CATTIK Common 3i I 3 90 Butcher steers 4 75 f 5 Oil CALVES Ktra rot 8 O HOGS Ch packers I 15 yi G 23 Mixed packers li OD 1 G 15 SHEfct Kxtrn 05 rjli 75 LAMUS Extra 5 15 S 5 50 FLOUR Sprlni pat 3 S5 i 4 10 WHEAT Xn 2 red if 78 No 3 red fit 75 COKN Xo 2 mixedid Ii OATS Xo 2 mlod W 3- 8nXo2 1 52 HAY Ch timothy 15 51 filO 00 PuRhClear cut IS 00 to 18 50 LARD Steam ill1 00- BVTTEK Ch dairy 18 Choice creamery U 31 APPLES Fancy a 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl L 1 75 TOBACCO Xew 3 25 Gi10 75 Old 7 50IIG 25 Chicago FLOUR Win patent 3 10 d 3 50 WHET AO 2 red 77 CORK Xo 2 mixed 4G1 4gi OATS Xo 2 mixed uO ij30l1 UYE Xo 2 5f JtJI-OnK Mess tli 00 LARD Steam to5 CfW 30 New York FLOUR Win slrts 3 45 f 3 55 WHEAT Xo 2 red V Say CORNNo 2 mixed P 5S OATSNo2 mixed G0 43 RYEWestern tit 59 PORK Mess 18 00 tftlS 50 LARD Steam 8y10 SO Baltimore WHEAT Xo 2 red 75 ii 76 SouthernSample G72 751 CORN Xo 2 mixed 52ILD 52 j OATS Xo 2 mixed iii 38 CATTLE Butchers 4 50 iff 5 35 HOGSWestern G UO Louisville WHJAT Xo 2 red 74 CORNNo 2 mixed 61 341PORKMessLARDSteam 10 25 Indianapolis WHEAT Xo 2 red 74 CORNNo2 mixedtt j 4- 5OATNo 2 mixed 33 1 335k S1 r u THE CHILDREN ENJOY Life out of doors and out of the games which they play and the enjoy ment which they receive and the efforts which they make cornell the greater part of that healthful development which iin so essential to their happiness when grown When a laxative is needed the remedy which iis given to them to cleanse and sweeten and strengthen the internal organs on which it acts should be such as physicians would sanction because its component parts arc known to be wholesome and the remedy itself free from every objectionable quality Time one remedy which physicians and parents wellinformed approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy because of its pleasant flavor its gentle action and its beneficial effects is Syrup of Figs and for the same reason it iis the only laxative whichshould be used by fathers timid mothers Syrup of Figs iis the only remedy which acts gently pleasantly and naturally without griping irritating or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually without producing that constipated habit which results from the use of the oldtime cathartics and modern imitations and against which the children should be so carefully guarded If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood strong healthy and happy do not give them medicines when medicines are not needed and when nature nccds assistance in the way of a laxative give them only the simple pleasant and gentle Syrup of Figs Its quality is tile not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices but also to our original method of manufacture and as you value the healthof the little ones do not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes olfer to increase their profits The genuine article may be bought anywhere of all reliable druggists at fifty cents per bottle Please to remember the full name of the Company T CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO is printed on necessary genuine THBOATOne Q korJI I I I f r I WINCHESTERFACTORY New RilLR eaderI SHELLSi I I i amIImunition j Loaded Shotgun Shells New Rival loaded Black loadedpowderwith Smokeless Insist upon having WinchesterI Factory Loaded Shells and accept no others ALL DEALERS KEEP THEMII I ANUARY BUYING JThere inntlmellkelsnsap for athfactnrr b1m Ire The hntlday- imb I oursnd the early Spn inJanurysouaywayIf t U and there U ample time to fill and your order with greater pramptutts Seal n TODAY for oar Urge Oentrml Catalogs Norlitglee plctarei h1rrtlions sad prim on almost 0 eat waror uir SITe 4 to 4on everything you imreliue by sending your orders to MONTGOMERY WARD CO CHICAGO The House that Tells the Troth FREE TO WOMENprove the healing and uifclnir power Puxtlne ct Aiitlhc tic no wilt l a large trial trackage hook In lrirtiuas ululc y free Thus IIs 11To nwiiQiijc butalarKC enouah to convince its value Women over the country are Pnxtine for what it done In lorul trea nirnt of feiuulc Ills cur ing Inflammation and discharges nundcrfiil AS a cleansing vaaiaal doucime for sore throat nasal catarrh ne a mouth wash and lo remove tartar and whiten the teeth Send today a postal card will do aoidbydruggtdorentpolpatdbpiia0- eela large box MatUfuctlon cuurumrefl Tile B PAXTOX CO SOI CoInmbuAT- lloslaii Muss I PAY SPOT CVSU rose WARRANTSBOUNTYBOUNTYItsaedl any war Also lSoldier Aldl llonal Homestead Klghm Write me at once KKANK II JIEU Pit T O Box lis neDTerCola the front of every package Tn order to get its beneficial effects it is always to buy the only BORE Bottle Relieved Wm P alrl of Augusta Oa writes that hI lrrind borne one night about 10 oclock and found hit wif dapgf rpuily ill from sre thloat and that she alraott kEd to death on tingawakeatd lit requested Iris dauyhterrorubbtrmothers with Wizard Oil while be haiteoed for the my return says Mr Ulrs foupd my wife sitting up and as well a ever She has never had any livable of this sinceand reallyI believe WUardflH jived btrlllc would advise everyone to keep it in bus hoame I ff II I F with I ihiu cent of of of trod MinceMeat In our mammoth kltcheu we emploY a who is an expert in making prince pies Ian charge of making all ol Libbja ChelII Meat lie uses the very choicest He iis told to make t- heBEST MINCEMEAT Ever sold and he does Get a package at your grocersenou lifortwolarge pies You LibbysAtlasi scampsOurTO EAT mailed free I LIBBY OlcNEiLL LIBBY CHICAGO PILES IIiAKESIS glees re lay- Gaut ref and POSITIVELY CVRU PILESFor freeanple addresS ANA HBalr Trlbono building New Yore TRYM- EX1CAMUSTANG LINIMENT SREMtJ tr I Via Dubuque Waterloo and Albert Lea x Fast Vestibule Night train with through 1Sleeping Car IluffetLibraryCar and Free Reclining Chair Car DiDin Car Service en route Tickets of agents of I C R K i andconnectingliaes A H HANCON ft rA CHICAGO 1 WESTERN CANADA 4 i HAS FREE HOMES FOR MILLIONS w IT I AmFriaathavefl I I1aani Tears Tber asd- d NSr till for Ylllla 14oadrdsl Grleldsofweeataadotbaramae i o Il gratin llaalfootdlmt me r- vCoauaent plenty of water and fuel UOOdbuOla excellent facilities AH In uSe FreethlomesteadiLinde of Manitoba Asalnlbols Saskatchewan sod Amoral send lo the follow aOffatgreata ntacale giving yu rrdured ttI tin J- auptrtatendet or JlcrnItDa Ottawa YUCNIbl5 Suitepi Salt zItfbto ETUOLMKS Room aBigFesr Bldg lndlana llt led Canadian Goteromeal- jLteat LIVE STOCK AND- MISCELLANEOUS Electrotypes y IN GREAT VARIETY FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST PRICES BY + A N KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CO 335 West Fifth Street ClncinnitL tIYPSYqulrtnlhutintroar cqIIifrePert DotriteusU soil A N S lR3G- Rsa I Cooa SyrnaIIrto nma totd t l