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N V c 1r I 1 tRr I OlII I l t t COtrlIIll I tats when rent aiu tar to hive address clii if l Kcmittati ollriiinuiI IIP inaile by I Iff 0 registir d letter or lbank draft t 000oooooeoooapoooosooeoooeeoectea b i r simil ting IllerOx dandllctlula ding the SlO tlct1s and 13owrls Or I Promotes Digc3lionCheerfiir ness and IfcstContains neither Onium forpbine nor Iiiieral OT NARCOTIC f OlllhSWlZZItTCIlRFJif Rdtb SItr- ANwo Swt TZ trmrlid GypstI f itY t Batts I non Worms Apcrfccl Sour llcmedy rorConstipai incss anti Loss Tac Simile SiCnnlurc or aP l1FM 3 t NEW VOttlv J t r4 EXACT CCPY CP WRAPPER 1 HAZEL i j i 0of In s y1 Clocks Silverware u Diamond Rings 5750 and tpward Plain Gold Rings 75c and up Watches SlOO 250 300 S6CO and upward w2THail orders gives prompt J HEIHTZ JEWELER Eo Tat olt Lanix li dell LEXINGTON KY SHERIFFS SALE VIKTVE fan execution to nilBYdirectedwhich iissued from the office of the of the ISreathitt Cir cuit Court in favor of W li Day and against S F Russell I will on Monday January the UGtb 1903 1 it being circuit court day between thea hours of l11 oclock A M1 and 4I oclock h P nRt the court house door at Camp f ton expose to public sale the following property to wit A tract of laud on StillwHter creek Wolfe county l Ky being the land on which S F Ku la11fltltusseilpcoatainingabolttacres a part of the land sold by J F Master Commissioner of Wolf anti bid in by A J Kihwell and IJohns to tell said laud or no much be necefary to satisfy said debt and all cob thereon to the ant bet bidder on a credit month from the day of sale orI 1 purchaser giving frond with security bearing six per cent frpm date and have the force and effect of a replevin booth on which execution may issue if the same shall not be paid at maturity when and where due attend ice will be given lh v me- T a F STAMPER it jan t3tI 5 Sheriirof Wolfe County W T GASKEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in r and Country Produce HAS sow OK HAND A LAll E well selected stock of Dry Goods GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES JIEADY1IADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS c c Krla fact everything usually kept in a first ciasa general store Call aud examine his stuck and hear his prices lit will treat you nicely Jon PRINTING IST EVES and the clieoucit st i 1 I THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD i i 0 0 = 1 Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 I YEAR GREEN WOLFE COUNTY THURSDAY JANUARY 8 1903 NUMBER 22 SIISlIIm r and FutterOldestt Mostt PopularI Mostt WidelyI CirculatedI t d and Mostt Quotedt Paper in the t y tSIOOt In Y111 11uf1 CASTORIA For Infants ami Children Always Bought I I I i iI Bears the- Siguatiure I of I i In- Usei I i I Over I j i I Thirty Year- sCASIO I Ii I I RIA i i i THI CCTAU coy cw yo CITY j oft fl Biiiiiarii nmma Bins I Washes Jewelry and Spectacles c c attentionFRED Clerk pdescribed I f a General Merchandise Notions HERALD EIGHTEENTH KENTUCKY Kentucky The Kind You Have For Bins Diamonds I j jj j I WF BAKER KKlKESKX- TIXUGUGGENHEIMER3COlnc Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VA Headquarters Mt Sterling Ky- I will be on the road immediately with full line of sample Dry Goods Notions Vhto Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placing their orders 45lyJ H HHH H 5 0 s w ibo y ix j TUB Wincuesler Bank 1 WINClIIiiTEIt KY N lII WiTHEiisioos Presidenti It D HUNTER Cashier jr rata ITp Capital 100OOOOO trSnriiliit 8SOOOOOO IluiitlKOiua Ilrpolt of K1O IM14H TI tThisI bank solicits tIt accounts of i uicnliint farmers traders and bus facer men generally throughout Eat T- JJ ern Kentucky and otTers its custom ITS every facility and the most liberal y r tiriiis within the limits of legitimate j bankinj Ioct2ly 7 HH d H N ROBERT P RASH Tho originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits tho patronage of the merchants of the mountains lie also carries a complete line of GanoraI Mgiose titIGOuutIg ProffuCB usually found HiEmbracing everything a first claw country store and the pur chaser may relyaltvays upon getting the very best goods for the least motley I He invite the people of Wolfe and Morgan to call and see his goods and t M prices and suggest that it might pityciftse prepared to take home Ilea of goods which they will want to when they learrfprice- sJflT yill moot any legitimate competitionCall write me before buy inc ROUT P KASH McCausey Ky III irr ME HERALD Sp NCER COOPER Editor u HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 8 UKW + +NH t CurrentComment + Iow is the time to practice on th figures won Count one two thnet and there you are 0000I of coal still co itinuoB in the cities Tho miners art all at work but the railroads do not seem in any hurry about lilt ving the coal 0000 Ir Frick says ho does not want to bo at tho head of the Steel Tri st and Mr Schwab does not act as though he cared very much abc ut it Whats tho matter with that million dollar salary snap OOOO- rl ho senate line passed the pension appropriation bill which is annualIthrough both houses this session It parries practically MUOOOOOO 0000 payIi50p for three kisses has come to tho conclusion that they must have barigaitl to pay just as much if ho had only taken one 0000 A cablegram from Madrid says that as the business between Spain and America has been illcreus1Z gratlysinco time SpanishAmerican war tho Hank of Spain will short Ily opfti brunches both in New York and Havana 0000 A leading question in regard to tho admission of the Indian Terri tory iswhothor tho turbulent whites down there can bo handled better by a United States marshal or a sheriff They need a good deal of handling by somebody 0000 Tho Now York citizen who wrote to the papers suggesting that the churches close and give their coal to the poor has subsided entirely since another citizen wrote asking why the theaters should not bo closed and their coal given to the pour 0000 As showing how lack of coal has increased the consumption of gas it is reported from Chicago that the sales by the Peoples Gas Co of that citywere 33 more in No vember 1902 than in the same month of 1901 Even the poorest of us here in the mountains should be thankful for coal at a reasona blo priceOOOO Now that tho Chinese have been shut out and the Japs have been not so reliable and white men will not work on tho fruit farms of California tho fruitgrowers are complaining of the lack of labor and it is becoming evident that the extension of tho fruit business thoro is going to bo greatly hamp ered by this factor 0000 Tho government employe who was discharged because being a Seventh Day Advontist he could not conscienciously work on Sat urday has lean given anothe place at reduced salary whore he can refrain from working on Sat urday if he wants to without interfering with tho routine and dis ciplino of the public sorvico Ho sacrifices 300 a year for his reli gionOOOO In many country villages and isolated sections of the Now England and the middle states women still may be found who earn a liv ing by spinning and knitting wool and by weaving and knitting rag carpets and rugs There is quite a revival in demand now in some localities Jor nicely mado rag rugs and our mountain matrons might investigate the matter with profit and pleasure for their pains 0000 Mississippiwas the second state to secede from the union or rather to try to and it was the home of Jeff Davis It is quite comforting tJlil w t li AyersMftlaria and Ague Cure has most remarkable tonic properIties for all who live in tricts A neverfailing remedy for all malarial diseasesA JSEBffit j rto know therefore that the Direc tor of the Mississippi Historical Department has in the namo of tho state invited Robert T Lincoln to j place the portrait c f his illustrious I father n the new c ipital of Missis sippi timid this inv tation is being I generally approved by the southern newspapers 000 During tho mon h of November 02709 imigrants ci mo to the Uni ted States This is 1 8105 moro than arrived during the s amo month last year The increase comes mainly I from hose count ies of Europe which have furnished tho least de I sirable classes of nljous in the past Among last months importations there were 11128 from Aurtfia Hungary 15817 from Italyinclud mg Sicily and Sardinia and 8310 from Russia and Finland Strength Cornea from well digested and thoroughly similated food Hoods Sari parilla tones the dietstive organs and thus builds up the strength If yon are getting run down begin takiug Hoods at once COUNTY NEWS NOTES- LEE CITY LACONICS 0Wm Buckner of Mt Sterling is here on business this week L P Brocknver 1 Big Four man was hero on business last weekTaylor Shockey began a winter school ut this place Monday Jan 5 HIOB John PSisner line gone toMore head whoro he and his brother I will sell goods Price and Clay Rose have return ed from Humbolt Ill They report a lovely time and a beautiful coun try J E Morris of Fincastle has rented the Dewey and Hobbs occupies the residence of D N Wells at present Dr John A Taulbee passed thro here en route to Gillmore to see David Linden who is reported to have typhoid fever I Mrs C F Gosinger who has been visiting relatives in Ohio re turned Friday She no doubt en joyed herself much better than if she had spent the holidays here We are informed that 32 on the 0 K was wrecked Jan 4 near Swartz switch Tho caboose and four car loads were dumped Xo one seriously hurt This is the first wreck for severalweeks James Wells and James Dunn will ecter school again this winter at Hazel Green Academy The boys have been faithful having attend ed school there for the past three years They both taught firstI class schools here the past fall and both have our best wishes I Jan 6 RED STILLWATER JACKETI 0 J F Dunn is on tho sick listI Roscoe Wells went to Cannel City last week J M Taylor was in Campton on business Monday Elisha Rose wont to Glady last week on businessiGertrude the little daughter of B D Rose and wife is oh the sick list Mrs Rhoda Swango of Maytown was visiting on Stillwater Satur day and Sunday Several of our young folks loft CamptonMisses here Monday to attend school at Lou M Dunn and Caroline Swango and Willie Taylor spent Sunday with the good folks at Lane Miss Millie Rose returned last week from a protracted visit to her sister Mrs Dora Hollon of Lane and reports an enjoyable timo Well dear editor and readers of TilE HAZEL GREEN HERALD I think it time for all correspondents to put in their little mite to help sup port the paper in the way of news I for one am willing to do all I can Can anyody beat that Jan 5 PRESTO Henry Pieratt last week sold his Murphyfork farm 100 acres more or less to John Nobleof Breathitt for 1000 cash in hand L Educational Expansion i Prof Eo E Bishop who was the atlCamptonoducational l principal of tho graded hool at Burgin Ky but on his own account has estab lished a now academy at Preach ersville known as Ellsworth Acad emy which will open iis doors on Monday next Prof Bishop will continuo as principal of the Burgin school until expiration of the term in May His school at Preachers yule will be in charge of several able teachers and at expiration of his term at Burgin he will assume charge of his academy Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set tling Indicates an condi I tion of the kid neys if It stains your linen it is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain Inithe back is aloIconVinCIng proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of orderWhat to Do There is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootevery I I tbeII j it or bad effects following use of liquor u1pleasantI I during the day and to get up many times I i during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot b soon I realized It stands the highest for its won caesIlfi i I wonderful discovery tellSI unhealthy j I I address Dr Kilmer It name of SwunMioot I wrltlngmenIt I wampIooton every bottle Lexington and Eastern Railwayy Time Table in Effect October 19 1902 EAST BOUND No2 Ili No4- Daily ex I I STATIONS Ii 11 Daily ex Sunday a llSunday IiPMLvel II tAMLre 2 5 pm OLLexington Oi 7 45 am I 10 rm OiWiDche8terI e 825 am 3 v6 pm IClay CitYI40 9 13 am 4 0tI pm 44I 8tantonli44 9 23 am 4 pmI5N at Bridge57I II 5t am 4 49 pmCTorrent62 10 08 am 5 11 pm70i 0io 29 am 6 11 pm90l BeattYTeJcj 901 11 26 am 6 15 pmjmj 94111 30 am WEST BOUND Daily No1 ex = il STATIONS R o iIIIASunday II lfo11No3 10 10 oJacksonamII 9 25 l 20 BeattyveJcl20 5 20 pm- S 37 am 39 pm 8 28 am 30 pm 140jTorrenti40148 01 am 01 pm 7 47 am 47 pm 7 26 am 7 26 pm- t6 29am 19011 LkEJnnCnlloI3 30 pm 6 25 am IMH 25 nm O t K BRANCH EAST HOUND No 33 a H No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday Sunday 3 30 I 0 Jackson 0 11 20 3 35 C OAK Junction C 11 26 4 17 ill Wilhurst11 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 58 5 10 20Lee Clty20 12l 5 18 22 Helechawa2 12 2S 5 45 27 cannel City 27 12 45- PM Attu PM Attn WEST BOUND No 34 22 Daily ex = STATIONS = 1No ex Sunday i ay 9W 9 Jackson 2 35 9 10 t0 iK Junction 61 2 30 8 28 11 58 815 13 I 52 7 35 20 WilhurlltMmlllll 28 7 26 22 22 7 00 27 C 05 AMLVK I P Y Lvs Nos 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Ken tucky Railway Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at L A F Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling pointsNos at Beatt vine Junc tion with L A A for Beattyvilfe daily ex cept Sjtwday J R BARR Genl Manager CI1AS SCOTT OeD Pass Agent ib j 1 0000tt ADVERTISING RATESx I 1 Column 1 year o ire 00 g a 3tt 1 year 35 00 V II 1 year 20 00 2 Inrhes 1 year10 On I1 Inch 1 year 6 00- AnllouncernentsState r and District officers 1000 County officers Ri00 Town officers 300 calls on candi- datesI Iparedor political write ursp8lic line is furnished same as locals 5o a finerOItO co n III U I Ie 10 01 Ie 0 H roeoeee ooo FUTH S SPACEBELONGS TO HI PIERATTODt r DEALERS I- NMgrogIsgGane I ILA EL GREEN KY Who car ry a larger stock andsell goods ch aper than any other firm in town 3r in this section Give them a t ial mind save money 4 b RESTEMANHaUOPILLS i7 The treat rneitnly tor rervous prmtmtlon and ail ntOUB dlwuwaoft- hegemnratl omane ut ltblr IleX OUlb Sennus 1tI11Ion 11 ingrrIIorNr3 i Slenlat Worry exeeslrunwof TnisnNnrJplum which leaSto Cen ai tionna iunnltr wlthcrcrrromerwaeireawrnwngaw- antnt cure wtnndthemsa rIJaISlonperbox8nose w55tai LLMITTrSCUtzrcALCOCltaodUAln y t t TOE CHIOAGOI POST iE PIEFIIEYerr LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post- It y 4 Eiery PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post It Every 6RAJIJ nipper should read daily The Chicago Posts THE GREAT I MARKET NEWSPAPER THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Subscribe through your commission arm newsdealer or publisher of newspa per containing this advortlsoacnt Sample copies sent treo on request Address THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III as 1r1 CLOTHINGI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once CS OESOAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same proportion Y clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY or ivE ROSETHE PEOPLES FRIEND DAT MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS D- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c lam And sells everything so low that the poorest may buy J TAYLOR DAY ts CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OFtLadies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Shoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware F Cutlery and CapsII Boots Shoes Hats In fact eyerythingusually found in firstclass store I 1 ik ft 2 J r t- rIpa I I ii S c G DVERTISING RflTES tjj cIco1nt I year rC1 CO Q Iyear It 00 ti i year 1000 tigglIIcbes IYl8r 1000 i I year 7 t g 1 ouncemnLState and District K cfflcers MOtt County officers tcm K Town otcrr WOO calls on canJidates t1 j political writeup J cents line 47 fOhituariei Tributes Ktc pre ft Us 9 copvKrnIbed S S S SS I IIN TilE PHiliPPINES Tie Annual Report of Hov Wit Ham II Tafr The Country Since Last July Has Been policed By the Constabulary a Force of Five or Six Thou sand Men Washington Jan 55 The annual n port of the Philippine commission and a separate roport by Gov W II Tan made public at Ithe war department Sunday sivcs a review of the results of the years work of the commission anti contains recommendations for Ili s IslativR action by congress dccmud hI scijtlal to the welfare of tlui island After reciting a histniy of Hit os tablisbment of civil Kovcrnmint throughout the various provinces Uov Taft in his rci ort says it lias hut liccn definitely determined wial shall 1m done with nspoct to Mindanaol where he says hostility to ilw Aunil tans does not oxtend beyond tin laln lanao Moms The governor is of III1t opinion that it nay bo possible to in diitc the sultan of Jolo in pun with some of the rights to claims to tin Join group anti thus obviate many ob statics now encountcrid The Moios he says do not umleriiand popular government and do not disitc il pic forcing control byuluttos Possibly far in the future sayi lie coulrol by datlos may ccn c For Itro present however it is iu4vssary only to provide a palurnal rlion hut sympathetic government for tlnjse followers of Mohammed Got Taft tells of the conditions that have made it necessary for tins island tn purchase about SII11OOl worth of food on which to live aol of the effects war luau hal upon agriculture almost the only source of wealth III the islands Tlio greatest blow tu ag rlculture he says iis the destruction tJ t about l0 per cent of the water buf falo on which the cultivation of rice lis almost wholly dependent After speaking of the ravages of Asiatic cLukra Guy Taft says The bane of Philippine civilization In till past was ladronisni and the present conditions are mo t favorable tor its growth and maintenance It iis not certain whether in the depressed state of agriculture with the leiupta lions to ladfouiaiu that the const ab tilary will be able without the assist sure of the military tu stamp it out Were there temptations to asrieullure Vcre there prosperous conditions in the country it would not Iw a Itrouble some WaLter to deal with but when want and famine are Muting people in the lace the life of Ithe freebooter forms to the desperate and tilL weak a very great attraction The natural discontent with the government when fciiffciins is at hand Iinomoted as il is by cholera restrictions nail Ithe high prices of rice and other commoditici which have been greatly increased by the depreciation of silver might well have caused a new breaking out nf till insui reel ion and in my judgment it peas wonders fur the ease with which thist lomitrv may be soviincdi in not nidi timrs that we liavts com paratively ro little disorder MIUP the Mirrcndcr of the insniKcnt aims ini April Since the civil gore ituutetit was rom hIct ely islablished in Ithe IPhilippine provinces throughout the archipelago in July of last year the governor says an American soldier has not been allI MII on onco to fire a gun the country having been policed by the con Ilabni lay a torte of lite or MX Ituoiiiiid men it may be says Coy Taft Tial as the conditions grow worse further are likely to do so before Ithey grow better it will be necessary in 1 province like Cavite where ladrou im seems inbred III Ithe people to III u claiui martial law and even to call on tho miliiarj filially to suppress it lull il is still ho od this may be avoided SUCCESSFUL TEST Torpedo Boat Destroyer McDonrtugh Speeded Over a Measured Milt Boston Jan Grter waiting fur two days for sooth weather the torpedo boat destroyer McDonough built by the Fore Iliver Ship and Engine Co of Quincy Mass was successfully speeded over a measured mile off Wood End iIrovincelown Sunday gill exceeded her contract require nitiit of 2S Knuls making one leg at a 1 laic of S ii Tbebcsl two rims over the unite averaged SAC which was tIle Sliced wiiich gained tier acceptance by the government hoard Lincoln Memorial Sabbath Now York Jan iTIlt Amcricai Missionary association iis about to is sue an invitation and appeal to thuS congregational churches Sabbath schools and erideavor societies of the country requesting an observance oa Sunday February 15 as J incoln MoI niorial Sabbath conmiciitorative of Abraham Lincoln Boy and Horses Burned to Death Dallas Tex Jan iiI II William a stable boy and 23 horses were burn cd to heath Sunday In a fire at the Plant of Hughes Bros Extract Co A warehouse was consumed with its con ILoss 50000 on machinery andStent5manufactured goods Movement of Coal Reading Pa Jan5SI3Y midnigli Sunday night Ithin Reading Co expeil ed to have transported tu market or tije preceding IS hours V0 earsof anthracite coal This movemeoy of foal1 Ifgun Saturday morning f4 e THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDKstablisheU March 4 1885 Made Tauiotis in the Story of U Jonathan and ilk Continent by Max Oltelt SS0WaSrSlhdetrIftC Oldest Most Popular Most WIdelu Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucku Mountaln5if JIX nee u VOL XVIII HAZEL GREEN WOLFE CO KY THURSDAY JANUARY 8 1903 NO 21 THE FRIAR LANDS Evidence Collected By Mgr Guidi In Regard to Their Sale nom Jan The Vatican Is iia receipt of tho first long report on the MgrGutIdI thehopeboth animated ba desire to maintain the pacification and secure the pros Ileritorj the Islands they will succeed in reaching an understanding satisfac thePhilIppineMgr Ouldl gives a summary of the evidence be has collected with regard to the selling of the Friar lands the settlement of rentals damages titusJ the church the conveyance of title and the administration of charitable anti educational trusts lie thinks the question of the withdrawal of the Friars will be solved through the reorgan j ization of tilt church TIll apostolic delegate says the schism in the Unman Catholic church jin the Philippines will IIP put down although the separatist movement Is jbelieved to be encouraged by the peo jpIes thislilof the Friars slut their desire to have a Filipino church not connected with the ancient regime Washington Jan 3The attention of the officers of the administration charged with the direction of Philip jtine affairs being called to a dispatch j from Rome to the effect that Secretary Hay has written the Vatican that Mir Messmer of Oreen Hay Wis Is im possible for the position of bishop of whichLrecently made before the Catnolio Truth Federation the statement WM made in the most emphatic terms that j there was absolutely no foundation for the story It was further declared j that in no single instance has the United States government allowed it self to be placed in tho position ot die tating tho personality of any priest or church official who was to go or stay in the Philippines PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT There Was a Decrease of 10952602 During December Washington Jan 3Tite monthly statement of the public debt shows that at the close of business December SJ 1Hl2 Ithe debt less cash in the treasury amounted to Jyil 4H79 which lIs a decrease for the month of UiIi2S02 which I largely account ed for by an increase of nearly llV wOOOiJ in the amount of cash on hand Thu debt is recapitulated as follows Interestbearing debt 1914541240 Debt on which interest has ceased since maturity 1253710J Debt bearing no interest 3S 5777 103 Total lnilo7405 This amount however does tint in elude 876i74069 iu certificates anti treasury notes outstanding which are offset by an equal amount of cash en hand for their redemption PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT It Is Proposed to Present Him With a Piece of Sculpture Paris Jan 3L A proposal has beeu made to present a piece of sculpttue to President Itnusevelt in recognition of his services to 110 cause of inter nationalI arbitration The idea Itc make this gift to the American presi dent is an outgrowth of the Youeziie lan anair nuLl his attitude on that question Tho funds fur the purpose probably will be raiseil by private sub sciipliou among European advocates of peace It iis proposed that thus woils be executed by a prominent French sculptor or the committee possibly may invite designs from the sculptor of all nations parties to The Hague peace courl ARMY WAR COLLEGE Corner Stone Will Be Laid With Ap propriate Ceremoniea January 22 Washington Jan LSeirctary Root Friday announced that the cornel stone of the army war college In the Washington barracks reservation will be laid with appropriate ceremonies on the L2d inst The masonic rites usual on such occasions will be cheery ed The president and all the members of the cabinet will attend anti it is probable that Secretary Hoot will make a short address All the troops stationed at Washington barracks ami possibly those stationed at Forts Mey er Washington and Hunt will partici pate e Italian Peddlers Fight Santiago Cuba Jan Seven Ital ian peddlers became involved in a drunken brawl here Thursday andj fought desperately with knives j revolvers Two of the men were andI ed instantly two tIled Friday in the hospital the fifth was fatally and the sixth man severely wounded The sev enth man who did most of the killing was not hurt Thirty revolver shots were fired in two minutes The men concerned were brothers and cousins Isaac S George Dead Baltimore Jan aleaae S eorge 84 years old financier anti hanker died at his home here Friday UntilI a tow years ago Mr George was prom ir nrr7Trftaancial circles having been for 20 years President of the Traders national bank Granted a Ten Per Cent Increase Los Angeles Cal Jan 3 Locomo live engineers and firemen employed In the local jurisdiction of the Santa Fe ft Southern Pacific system have ken granted an Increase of wages ftvtwjflng ten pjer ccnt ic P oioioOIC JII L CASTRO WILL STICK e lie Hail No Intention of Resign injr the Presidency e The German Government Is Without Information Regarding the Land ing of German Marines at Puerto Cabello lieuI1iIl Jan iV Piisidont Cablros reply In thf powers through Minister Jowon is substantiallyI unqualifiedI I ac ceptance of their proposals to art iiutute and the accompanying conditions Tin orejgn office hew rcceitcd1 huts answer Thursday and is Katislied with its Fpiril A further interchange of views prcparatoiy to sluing the protocol with take plate in Washington The uuhtlty important ipicstiun lo 1m settled is what shall Ibe done with the blockade A continuanceI 01 I lie block title Iis icliid upon Ito hasten Ithe con clusion of the arbitration pnlimi limit especially on thaltllf Venez uela Carat as Jan The icpoitt that lrtiilent Cattro piopoycst to abtlicate or resign the pichidcney oi Venezuela iis untrue A putss eorrcsiioiidciii tate Ithe piiMdent with regardI lu Ithis mat Iter Sunday The president laugh when piisiioned and I tuuitailIIbouuhlfully Von ate at liberty to say I hat I have fought during ttwo years to ie tain I he Miireme power which wart invested ill me by the iuohsist VV ncucla I willI no moie ilKli alt I hUll I willI resign The Mat us revolutiont without usHiiuiuifi from foreign pow Irs will soon In a paM loiy The course bull utusl by Itbt allied power in maintainingj Ithe blockade of La Cuayra has rauscd ash utu usluiuunttt attiring Itile foujgn residents of thin city Vliru tthf Dutch steamer Irinz Villom V It Irish lilt La Cpayia lo luke on Iward tthe Kuiopan mails the iiiithoiities at La Guayia stilt Ithe mail out III a small lost This boat was stopped by t ho nrH ittusflitiuihh- ockatl and the mail logs welt iiken lit I loard Itbc warshipj i The postal Icrks who were in IIhe stuntI boat say the mail llogs notwith lamling Itheir piotcMi wire opened on bnaidi the i ruiMr Tho Dutb lonsul IIPIC aw Iih tap tain of tIe Hiitisb nniscr Tiibuii Satiirdav and securedI JTinisioii lit a Mcamei of the Dutch line to mil tiff La Cnayia January 7 and ttake on board Dr Van Loydcn the Diitrh win ister to Venezuela who Iis in ill Ihealth Half Iiiclerks cm ploy ul iu the customs house hero have UMII dis charged This means rutting olf the Itt 5hut of iiO or more families The la Cuavii i u toni bouse willI IK loed Monduy About gui stevedore ai at picKtnl withouti I cut tsloYhtuhl I and riot jog jis frau nil The governmentI wilt doubtless have to employ urgfut mias ii res lo maintain iuirt- Hcrlin Jan V The government is without information regarding Ithe lauding of icrinan maiiiKs at IPuerto Calilln Venezuela The foreicnifllt 9- taj s that if stub landiiiK ci urr d it nUt ciriainl hits i been traiuiciit anil regards the reported ciztire of I Ihr i iistoms bnus at Puerto fabcllu by Ceriiiaii luarines as a canard TOPSY EXECUTED Several Hundred Spectators Wit nessed the Death of tile Elephant xst Vork Jan 5Several hundred spectators Sunday s it lSMI the exe cution by electricity at Coney island of Topsy an elephant who hail kill ed three men nnd had recently be come unmanaKeable IImmcdiattly aft er 1MO stains of iyanido of potassium had been administered concealedh iu a carrot a current of iiOOO volts was Iturned on Ithrougli copper plates on which the animal stoolI I Almost in stantly Ithe elephant fell and at tho end of ten seconds when Ithe current was tturned off xvas pronounced to be dead An autopsy shovvd that tlio poison haul not hail time to luke ef fect The execution was conducted under Ithe supervision of Itin Society lou till Prevention of Cruelty to ani urals Topsy was about sr years tilt and was the flist baby elephant exiiib tell in this country when slit was brought here by Adam Iorepau b 8 cai s tgt JUDGE FAYETTE SMITH TInt Jurist Passed Away Jt His Homo in Greenfield Mass Greenfield Mass lan Judge Fayellf SmitnI formerly of Ithe court of common pleas in Cincinnati died here Sunday He was born in War wick Mass In LSLTi After practicing law fur a Unm be went to Cincinnati where ne become a member of Ithe liar antI later judge of Ithe court of com mon pleas for live years IIlls widow stun ite him Will Drive Out the Cattle Dcnifou rx Jan 5Tltc Indian police haVe been ordered to Iliie Chickasaw nation to drive out nil of the cat Ilit upou which the tribal lax has not been paid Time tattle are to Ibo driven artists tic border into Texas mud turn ed loose I lucre United In Death Aberdeen 0 Jan ihiist as Mrs Margaret Clark died at her lowe In Oliver township her brother CIO Gibbony was vtrirkiMi with IlalHllsS- at his home near Hero anil ICl a few Lotus later j a THE COLORED POSTMISTRESS It Is Feared There Will Be Troubl When She Opens the Post Office Memphis Tcim Jan iA staff cor respondent of the Commercial Appeal nt Indlanola Miss wires I hat pa let at 1SO a hth as follows Bhnrift A C Cox of I hi4 county slated Sunday night that It Minnie Cox wanted to open the post ofllcc and feared violence he would deputize n sufflcicnt complement of men to gUard time ofllcc ansi patrol the town The colored postmistress has made no application to the authorities for pro Ileetion Tin Hurry of excitement prevailing here is apparently contagious lo time surrounding country towns and Ititus has linen an influx of visitorsI hero Sunday Special correspondents front Chicago Xew Orleans SI Imis Cin cinnali antI Memphis arrived on the night train hue city ami county of ficialx teller that a number of ecret service men Ire on thc seem await lug any developmentsI that tuny arise Iosl Odice Inspeclor Filgciald hiatt been assigned hero from Louisiana IMe tteruL direct to the home of the sheriff Sunday night with Mayor Da via where a conference wasj held I lie caught a train out later FIRE IN HONOLULU Defective Electric Wiring Caused a Loss of Over 100000 IHonolulu Dec 5 I By Pacific Ca hiIeulure causing a IOSH of titer llOOOiO occuiied here Sunday Tho lire broke tout in the general mereban Iit More of IL n Kerr Co nail ptobably was caused by defective eloc tiic wiring 1 11K Morgan also SIC laiiicdi heavy loss A letter ieceive1 here from TItus lilcli tIme Washington attorney for tIme Marcus Island Guano Co says that Japan is relinquishing her claim lo Marcus island and is willing to al low time United States to lako posses sion Japan will also dciiort her sub jects now on the island anti iis leady lo pay as a reasonable indcmuity 10 Sicm account of the loss sustained in the trip of the schooner Julia Wha Ileu which was refused a landing on time island WRECK ON THE SOUTHERN Engineer White Was Killed and 27 Passengers Injured Hinuiugham Ala Jan 5 Passenger train No 37 on the Southern railway bound from Atlanta to Hirmlng ham was derailed about loo oclock Sa tin day night near Vems Station about lli miles ftom thus city The baggage and mail cats wore complete ly wrecked anti were tKnown down an embankment Although lilt train was illicit with passengers Knginccr White was the only person who was killed IHisI holy was found miller IIho engine horribly mangled About 2 p len m s IVthie iujured PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE It Is Conceded That Penrose Will Be Elected United States Senator llarrisburg Pa rail 5 The Penn sylvania legislature will convene on Tuesday noon and will adjoin n finally ptobably on April 10 The itpublicans rontlol iMitli lcilii lies and it is foil ceded IIhalI IKoiey IPCIIIOM willI be elect ed t tilt ssI Slates senaloi Ito iiitsetl himself Illeniy IF allon of Phila detphia will be chosen speaker of I till limits III reptesciilatites nub lohii All ScullI ol Philadelphia ill lit clccletl pusidcnt tins Iivni of Ithe senateI THE BUBONIC PLAGUE Two Cases Reported in the Town of Ahome in Sinaloa Laredo Tex Jan iA special from Illermosillo Mex says Two cases of bubonic plapun have been re polled in Iho lillle town of Abome III Sinaloa not farI from Ithe Sonoia bor tier TIe nullioiilics of Sonora tunic notified Ithose or Sinaloa that a sanii laiy tii tutu baa been lahlished on Ithe bordci ami no one willl be prmil ted lo enter tIps stat fiom Ibe south Sir Liang Cheng to Wed Peking Jan1 Y SIr Liang Cheng minister designated tto the 1 tnilcd Stales will many tin daughter of tbc ChiiicM minister at Paris Yu Kcng before leaving for Washington TIll wedding irobably will take place at Canlou Yu Kcug s daughterl was ed ucated abroad nnd speaks ICuulish and Fiencli She is out of the fin Chin women of modern education ami modern ideas- Lutheran League of America Omaha Neb Ian ro llev Liithei IKulinp pastor of fjrace Lulhcran church resigned to accept IIw gcinral seerelaiyship the Lutheran l raIIof America with headquarters III New York city The league has SUOt so cieticb and 125KiO niember Pansy Roosevelt III New Yotlc Tall iThu friends of Miss Pansy Koosevell ItJlI ill anti chum tit Miss Alice Itoosevfll have ju t 1learned to their dismny Ithat tthai chat 1111115 young woman stricken with nervous prostration iis under treat ment ill a private sanitarium Lieutenant Disappears Lcavcnwortn Ran Jan iIirllEdward O Perkin Jth cal diap peared from Fort Leaveiiwottb last Tuesday anti has neither reported to lila commander nor been hctd loin ics He bad Domestic trouble J i i h THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LUOH in the Inlrraallnnal Series fur Iniiniirr J I llloj hrlu tIe lhIIC TUB IKSSOX TKXT Ihll 41111 Tliertrtur my lr tlir nj t arly te lovpl ami longeit for my joy uirl crown T lanil fast ii itt Lunl my ilrwrly llitoCitt I IlM ir ih KiiuJlit iitiil breet j 3 tiehe tutu iliey he of the ame mini in tlie LrJ Ainl I onirrai tlre alo trw fiVif low leli tlioe vumrn which aiai l tvliI iinr in the Clorpcl will Cienniit aI iiid With tlifr ins iowibpierv nhi nnnic ar in th lool of f Itejolcr in Ih lwl ilss miJ again i jay icjyicc 5 ltt jour inudruCou h iut4til unto iiI mm Till Lord It ii Ilinnli 1 iuxliil ir iiirliinI lij n iuy tlin4 ly iriy r iiiF l1lliol n it 11 lrjiik sivuii tiu our i 1tit b iiiJt known unto CiJ7 AuJ the ieicv ot 7vJ which a1-Ia tiutruauiilua li licit jowr imt i nulL nUllll tliroush itvri JtuS Piuallv brtliien wiiau3i r iiiijr r t rit whatocvrr Itinsi url htiiflajoevrI tMns are just it lit at yrtifnp art pur nlutoiwrI illiiB aiv lively whatOcvrr tiiiRn a uttiI gtiil it- iitsj is tlrre tIw an virtue sit i lititI lf any pnlje tlink on i htit ltlng I 101II In inc dii allis tho liocJoJe pnttr rM be nith jou 10 Rut I rejoiced in tlie lorJ Ruavithat now at tne last your tare vf au Lat llouri 1icil aguin whitish tint aianful but e lacKcJ opportunity11 Nol IM f MtaK ill utrtitiii ti for I have karnt1 in nlmlrGCvr tait I am Ih itt iL lo lof content 1 1 know iKih liuw 10 lt alMtfl 1111l I allluugsI IIts liintr toll t u abuniil SItu to Min Iltr J IS IIUII io ii niiK ihrousli cirwa Iud lciitileiirlU ure UMIKKTltrjuU IIn use Ior- olnhIIoII lit SCTIOX1I1lo14ttiisqaL9heruisI TIltU tShtl ILAfK lltin All rpliftinir hitwJlieurin mind I limit the epi IIIIto the Philippians was written during Pauls iiupilojiuiciit at Koine and yot note bou cheery and iiisiiriu it iN Tliflv i nothing in it I lo Miuw tthiilI Ithe aponlle iis bit uutiii- IJIndeed bt declarer that I lie tiling that have huppciicd unto him hate tiirntd out lo be fur I be prog to of the jo pel 11JI lie hope that he will be deliveredI iInitt iis ready Ito die and fur liitstti ail 111illat Ibe would IC slad lo do for then Ihe would be uitb Oiiist II I In Paul lenti special HlVfrtioni fr 11he IPhilippinti cliiircb and hiI lute iis plainlyI ctideiieed iiu Ithis Icttrr h hould IIn read IIII it att oni sittingi t Last uiuli the Irson uii ihe story llmihispilluir apoitle uot perhapst neariii the end of lui IiCloI his old frieiiilini I Philippi was written from a lioinan prionand apparently alterI Pauls arhiiri bud Iliikeu a tJdtlctlllllll lou Itbc wor e lie- ii Itilli ebeerliil situ I hut for release nnd Iis ssi hi frittiiN utfiiili till hi iatite I lor hope ami ijjiv iiluisi in his eiieuiiitaiiccs l hut iu II11l1 tlul be i superior to them The 11iitiultIt should mean life or death lo him siu near UroUM He tins itadsiteither He promise to end Timothy to them forthwith o soon u I shall He hou iit iillo with me Ilicad tbe bole letter and more than once if possible and lit llir courage nnd 4011 tntiiit ill and liuinility a uala tTttt ion atcuc of tic man ttliOM life i ic xealed in it tcaeli theirouii litill Whcrcforo Ucfcriiii to what he has jint said I Piul iii iouii eiiifj bis friends from his own cxperieiiie lo let tin ir faith in future aloneI I IIn iin sjiralioti lo tsuvstiVI lit iliir Ilitoiita S iittltotvoiiitn lulls of tlitiii ChrisSiatis whose name arc in tlio Itool of Iifei mid yit who were hurting I lie cause by IIbeir mi pleasant ilisa ivciiieiit True yoke fellow There has ocon inlieli licii siou a to who txas nicatil Imt prob iMy the wold tnuisalid yokefellow was Ithe halve of tote of the Philipjiian liciple anti we should frail I IIwv eecb ItIhoe alsI Syuyus fyoke fel low lighth MI liamnl Mine I5ejoiej in tin Lord ThiI letter coiu from IPaul own lift cxpcri ciiec Hii advice has lieeu te tcd and tricil IIf we are Ilo rejoice always we mu t look from the small Iaei 01 tiie to the jreat uiis soil lie 2iiidt iis God siud Ilia lute The hiuds Rt baiiil The reference iU Ito an tarty rca iiisias ra iii oft ClniiiI on earth which seems Ito hntc been ijeuerally looked lor Itv the bri liin In nolliing lie anxious The distressing anxiety of Ithurt who art depending entirelyi upon IIbciiwelvis The Chrisiian mtiy take all bis troiildes md cares lotnj and so tutu tbc peace of otl7 VhntM evcr Ithings are I rue I huin1 on I thMI tliing Take iiccount of them Iliit the iniiitl dwell on them learn toI appreciate them wherever Ithey are found and thin Paul guts on to ay these things do- Kitived your ttboughl They had wanted lo send Paul aid before hut hud lucked opportunity In tilt next erse Paul speaks of IIeIII of ChristianI contentment I IlieI had IcmiKi bow Ilo alKiuml mill how to be sis stint nud both with a thankful luart butI Ithe strength ttbicli enabled1 him to do IHie hard thing was his only a a rrsiilt of bi vital union with Cbrit ItMia lii Lord- PIlAtTCAIj SLtitSKSTJOXS Only taut who has ai eletir Itrust in the Lord etui be anxious for nothing As one IIhinketh so iis hit therefore think of whatsoever thing arc true honorable juit pure etc Learn list real iccret of being con tent Do itisli let your happinet de pend upon outward circiumlanceci The Trnlh Trrnrly Told Ilaycr IIs more than petition Faith iit times bridge between man and utl- luttju seeks tbofce who triJI not seek uictcv i I i IiITHE PROSECUTION WILLING It It Almost Certain Caleb Powers Will Get A Second New Trial trankfurl hy5 Jail 5i It looks like Caleb Powers zion has a inh on gel ins a second new IIriitl aa M days have lrcll since thn oiut of ni ala opinion was delivered It was Ilioiiebl for a vlitln Ithat tin attorj ntV5 for tin commonwealth voull fib a petition for rlI1I lug sharing thin holiday rwess and before tIme SO days limit expired anti thus put it in tilt hands of hue new court of apHals to pas on il but as time limit iuas now expired iII Is conceded that no fur timer ol taclf is in the way of Powers hat lug a new trial probably l ivaiist the prosecution believes it will have a intiib stronger ease against him tlinii It hall before It seems asaiind that thy roinnum wealtji will not IISI a rehearing in Ithe Jim HowHid case fur hi rhicf aliiii wltnffs boine a fugitive from justice it is difficult to figure suIt bow he will escape a deatn sentence on tin next trial CHARGED WITH BOOTLEGGING A Mountain Evangelist Arrested While in the Pulpit Souierset Iy Jin Snatrlnd from tilt pulpit anil drutjKed tiff to jail to ansxver a tliargti of selling vbit ky was till f0ts that biMl Uev W R Cansada a noted mountain evangelist at Ml Xion Haptil ihiirci In this county Dejnity Tuitid States Mar shah Coleman wtnt to the church with a wariant rharKini eKala with the salt of whisky without liconse an of fenc commonly known as bootleg ginj Just as he I as plied Itin preacher on the bhoulder and asUed him to come along Cassada was annonnciiiK Hymn 37 to the congregation Nearer MyI God To Thee t COMMITTED SUICIDE As the Bells Rang in the New Year Maggie Carrol Drank Carbolic Acid Paducuh Ky Jan 2 e As lilt bells rang in the New Year Maggie Carroll formerly nou h dranlj a cup of car bolic acid and f11 oror iiinouKcIoiisJ dyinR In five minute She was a pret tty girl 21 years old and left no expla nation of her deed The only known relatives she has is an ascii father ill the soldiers home at Dayton O tIer birthplace was In CincinnatiI ThreeCornered Shooting Match Louisville Ky ran lnfe Dongl las Louis Taylor and Plunk Hughes all Negroes engaged in a threecor nrred shooting affray in Itin red light district Sunday nightI hHtighes alI though shot in the heatlul away Taylor iis shut through the stomach The surgeons expect hula death any minute Douglass under arrest wa not wounded Jockey Being Disciplined IIjuisville Ky Jan Kd mi nlfk tlie little jockey nndtr contract to liJe for 1rcil Cook aunt who has bion reported as missing is at Church ill Downs where under the direction of Trainer Hilly Phillips IIn iis paid 3 a week It iis said that DomlnicK IIs being diMipliiifd for dkobedKncc1 ol orders Hanged Himself in Jail CampbilNvllle IKy Jan Tilford IHtin a n who murdered his brother In Covember with a maul nail was cap itired about two weeks ago hanged himselfI in jail IHe used bis suspend ITS and a towel fur a rope Pittman liad been In an asylum hilt was pro nounccd sain by the superintendent recently KentuckyIRemains Brought to Corington Ky Jan i Judge John TlbbatU IHodge has just returned rum Florida with the remains of his father Ken Ccorgf Baird Hodge in compliance with a promise made his father that be should finally do laid to rest In Kentucky ground He ittil in ISii2 IIIII Mrs Judge Tarvin Covlngton Ky Jan 1TItu itIfitt Judge TanIn IIs threatened with a nervous breakdown AccordinglyI Judge ansi Mrs Tarvin left Friday morning for louIsville Mrs Tarvin expects to remain at the Not Ion Infirmary in Louisville under time tire of a physician for some time Bogus Silver nII Augusta Ky Jan 5Thuis city haII been flooded with Imitations of sliver coin The counterfeits run from J11 i down to HI cents A great deal of it was shoved on local merchants anti sa loonkccpers dnrins the holidays The coin Is saul to have been made in AllI gusta Big Money Changed Hands II J ulsvIlIe Ky Jan The bIg cocking main on the Fern Creek road five miles from Louisville lasted 16 i hours concluding at C odo k Sunday morning It Is stated on reliable an tbority that more than 82Q4tO chanK ad hinds during the night I Died in TexuII Mt Sterling Ky I received here states that Mrs laUleII Tabb Scott at one time a noted lucky belle bail died Friday at her i borne In Galvestoo Tex She was well down throughout the state I b tS i S S S J1 i SUBSCRIPTION RulES L 0 li iCC Mr n tlvanccIi cii 55 nonthi fs ii three trotitt 30 i nslc opf W Tttc due ufrer vcr name Indicate t tlmc you arc raid to You should it tt rew Ito days brforc unit la OUT and al X t ys slvc poRtofflcc rouniy sail state o istiC3 renewfni or to have your address o 1 Cru ihancdKcmntaucc lionld Iw njKdt bSL ifO 1esutl I itt r or bank rurtt S SS I II A HAPPY NEW YEAR T Wealthy Massachusetts Banker Find His LongLost Sister Lexington IKy Jan The reunion of a far from rich Vorceter talr Iwoman and her wealthy sisterinlaw here iis the happy news for the New Year in the Massachusetts home ot 1 IIII inihfrUnd a wealthy hanker of Worcester Mr Souther laud earns ihere Wednesday and found Mr South eilnndn titter who against thn wishes of the family bad married a railroad engineer by the name of Sill livan Thty went III Chi ngo after- lining rfjot d by the family and final Ily came to this t itiuuii I fur three y ars oicnpifd tinurtcrs in Suit room jin the roar of a shrug slur SlIt cook ing III a boarding IIOIIM The long loit iiter was talin to her silt home in Massachusetts PERHAPS FATALLY WOUNDED Farmer Bush Shot the Man Who Ati tacked His Wie j Cadiz Ky Jan Janns Hush a farmer living near Trigg Furnace this county shot and perhaps fatally j i wounded William KthridRi Saturday afifruoon Mis Hush had gout to hiss tublt tufter some 555 when litbtr j jugs who liflTTheen MHying there at j tempted an iissanlt illicit her it sail i Sac screamed and her husbHiid who only a short distinct away hast cned Iin lien assistance with a shotgun just as Kthcridgel was fleeing and shot j j him hut entire load taking effect in his necl Hush caiiif to town ansi Sill ii rendered tithe aulhoritiee DEATH OF FRANK PENNEBAKER j Was One of the Managers of the Pleas j ant Hill Shaker Society j Harrodsburg Ky ran aFraal4 Pcniicbakir unit of thf elders anus I managers of the Pleasant Hill Society I of Shakers iis dead Funeral servico j j were held at the IVnuehaker brother residence Friday afternoon Hit death leaves his brother Dr William Pennw linker in control of the western dl 4 vision of the Shakers property and James Shelton and sister lana Sutton trustees anti managers of the east ern families anti properly Ate Five Quail On Wager Lexington Ky Jan 1Tsi win a wager of SIUII Henry Taylor a mar ket man here ate live uiiail The birds t were cooked in the presence of this j market people and IF II Parrish who backed the wager wiieh was thati j Taylor could not eat four birds wat Ij much dismayed when Taylor tailed i for tIlt fifth He ate three slice ftf 5 broad two large pickles and drank j one pint of milk while he devoured the birds jThe League Organized i j Umisville IKy Jan The Inleti pendent Clear and T bacco IValers j leasut was iiermanently oritaiiizcd Fri day night at a mfcling of till retail interests of Louisville to mmbat t f allegedI klitI oas hmcnts of ilie Unit au Cigar stores rombinc At a iiiectiti i January i10 time league will preuarn anti issue an address to the public in rcKHrd to the matter j They Gave BondSLexington Ky Jan 2llie hue Crass Consolidated Traction Co exo cnted bonds in S 11111 payable to Woodford county comlitloned that ill would Ibegin work on the construction of its electric liitwurban railroad op crating between lAxington ami Frau fort via Versailles by April L and i c omiiieiu operation within two years IThe Kentucky TreasurySKy Jan 2 At the he ginning of bindnws Thursday thewas III tilt Kenimky treasury publlo moneys amounting to S 11I I 4Fl961ul n The national government is expected to shortly pay the slates civil war claim of S I asiti and the total amounts then on hand will more than liquidate all Its obligations Will Sell Bonds IjCxiiiKton Ky Jan The board ol directors of the Fayette Home TIl iphon Co of this lily authorized i he immediate salt of JlOrtonu of HH five per cent bonds Tie sale will be con ducted by the bond department of I he Security Trust and Safety leponit Co of title ityMrs Tom McDowell III Lexington Ky Jan 0 itlrs Mc Dowell wife of Thomas C McDowell the popular turfman fIs suffering from acnte appeiiillcitix Her attending physician Dr David Furrow bait ran ommended an operation Shut will lilt taken to a hospital Monday anti the operation performed Tuesday Victims of Toy Pistols Ixmisville Ky Jan D Will Weiss fllI years of age Is dead and Henry Doyle 11 years and Will ONeill 13 are dying In this city from lockjaw canned by shooting themselves p the hand in firing toy piMoU on Christ mas day Conducted Funeral of Sons VictimIj OIa Ky Jan 1lnited StatCommissioner S iE Husker conductM divine services over the remai ol Jesse Brashears 31 Z tie victim of his iUon IrwIn Haker 22 at Whitesbttrg 4 Young Bakejjl86 llIatJSW 1 St p WII I Io 1 1 JL l d 0 ij h C 7o 0 fil Ii t THE HERALD e- w EczemaHow It reddens the skin Itches oozes dries and scales I Some people tail it tetter mill crust or Bait rheum The aunerlns from it la sometimes in If tense local applications are resorted to they mitigate but cannot cure It proceeds from humors Inherited or ac I quired and persists until these have been removed Hoods Sarsaparillapositively removes them has radlcall and permanently cured the worst cases an- Is I without an equal for all cutaneous C eruptions liOODa TILLS are the bell cathartic lrlceceuta L Angelina the little daughter of iT John Hand Mrs Yirgie Roso hai- t been on the sick list for a few days pastOR CATARRH of the nose l FOR stomach bowels and more delicate organs take Hoods Sarsapa rillait is A RADICAL CURE i John Davis left Tuesday morn ing for upper Red river and Frozen creek in the interest of the hazed1 I 1Green oil company For fonnllpntlonT- aVeLyoir JixatiTeSyrunl an Ideal remedpfo ladleeandetdldrru ti teU1harmhIUU lerallcfreumlaDces lrlce 1so Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Swango Maytown Ky Marriedat tho residence of Jim Edwards on Laurel Sunday night I mlId Miss Eliza Puckett Rev Jeff Ed 1wardsofficiating Tom and Clay Fallen who Lave been visiting relatives and friends Ierethe latter since Dec 17 and l the former for about nweekleft Monday for their homes atWilme f 4 Texas The wife of C C Childers n a prominent lumber man of Torrent died Thursday last consumption II r The funeral services were conducted rl Friday at tho Baptist church near that place Dave Linden whose illness has I heretofore been reported in these columns was said to be Some hot ter on Monday He has been the I victim of typhoid fever with whic he is still wrestling I Bud Swango and family last removed from Stillwater to Hazel1 i houri recently built by John M Rose on College avenue one of tho new streets recently opened Clark S Howard who built the new academy at this place and whose ad appears in our paper were the successful bidders for the new dormitory for girls at the state college Lexington being awarded the contract at 40000 1 Work will begin at once CASTOR IIA Far Infanta and Children jr Ito KM YMbvi Always BMgttt ii Bears tU 11 I SJgntveof During his visit to Louisville James B Cecil will lay in a stoc of harness leather and other nec essary material to run a harness and repair shop which he will open soon after his return due an nouncement of which will be made by his ad in this paper A dispatch from Campton to the CourierJournal dated Jan 2 says Sol Osborne who was a few days ago held over to the circuit court on the charge of petit larceny was taken out of jail today on a writ of habeas corpus before Couuty Judge Congleton and the case was dismissed r The crowned heads of every nation The rich men poor meg and misers paying tribute to- DetV1ttg Little Early Risers H Williams San Antonio Texas writes Little Early Riser Pill k are the best I ever used in my family I unhesitatingly recommend them to everybody They cur constipation biliousness sick hea ache torpid liver jaundice maltlria and all other liver troubles John Little who has been living near Terre Haute Ind for about t two years came back in November and located on Lacy creek among his native hills But his furniture and household effects i uhave gone the way of Wards ducks the last ho heard of them being at Evansvillo Ind A Special Grand Offer On January 1st 1903 the Twice aWeek CourierJournal will cease to exist but the Weekly Courier Journal 10 or 12 pages will au ceed it yearAllmbscribersc i or before Jan 1 can have CourierP 1004byr 130 in cash they can get both papers for 18 months if they ro betOl6 A o a L A 10ponnfl Christmas Gift Among the nice presents which Mr and Mrs W P Cecil received during the Christmas holidays not ono was so precious nor more highi IIly appreciated than the 10 poulld Ilump which arrived on Christmas Eve in the form of a bouncing boy baby and his name shall bo Speni cer Cooper Cecil if you please iin honor of one of papa and mamas thyis occasion to wish thorn n long and prosperous life filled with pleai ure unalloyed Tho Clinch Valley News thus records tho happy event Mays tho good work continue Tit good old St Nicholas in his aunt al visit to homes in our town ov II mindful of the happiness of otho jin the lavish bestowal of his gifts called at tho home of our tter and in addition to other pre s i ents loft a most precious gift in the person of a 10pond boy Willis 1 1 happy and the mother and boy oing well And Aunt Nelly ii is ad happy as any of them 5 j I THEDfORDSBlACItDRAUGIIT I I i II THE GREATh flMlLYHEDIONEI I I j hasrdoctors bills for more than sixty years For the common fam constipationindi plaints chills and fever bilious ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicino is i regulatc5 stimulates action of the kidneys j thebowelsI j cures liver complaint indigestion sour stomach dizziness chills rheumatic pains side back constipationdiarrhd iI colds and headache Leery druc Ihaughth gakrcccrtaI DrAughtIJgood for try and everything I love t family of twelve children and for four yean I have kept them on foot j and healthy with no doctor but Black Draught A J GREEN Illtwara U i I Hunting Health in the South Sam Tabor writes us to change I the address of his paper from Mc jl Causey to Rothwell where his wife will spend the time he devotes to hunting health in and about New Orleans Now Sam take the ca out to Morgan City 30 miles from the crescent city and there take Netw c and you will see the Hudson rivet of the south TheI scenery is grand and your expensesI will be much less than in the me tortku fever 33 years ago a spellof Be swampII A Marvelous Iiveution Wonders never cease A machine has been invented that will cut paste and hang wall paper TheI field of inventions and discoveri seems to be unlimited otah among great discoveries is Dr consumptiongoodforlife Thousands have uzed it and conquered Grip Bronchitis Pneumonia i and CoLsumption Their general verdict is Its tthe best and most reliable medicine for throat and lung troubles Every guaranteedbyS S Combs Sous Campion druggists Trial bottles free HersMiss Nora Cruey paid our office a pleasant call Tuesday when she srhidshe tells us was the paper that eI llearned to read from and she feels llike she has lost a very dear friend whenever it fails to make its welcome U weekly visit Miss Nora has just closed her school the Walters l school above Lee City that is on Tuesday Dec 30 and we are satisfied that she rendered sat isfaction to all though her modest mien made her mum about that matter A Scientific Discovery Kodol does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itselfft even when but slightly disordered suppliesthedoes the work 1 relaxingthe RftufiredHonBolefl of that organ Kodoenabdigestive o gone to transform all food into rich red blood r i i 1 School Principal in New Mexicoi TilE HERALD is in receipt of a letter from C Monroe Wallin of Albuquerque New Mexico where ho is principal of Menanl School1I I having secured the place het competitive examination again six contestants He sends with his lotter an original article entitled Glimpses of Now Mexico in tw jparts tho first of whichwill ap poor as soon as space permits He ialso subscribes for the paper to go Ito his father Rev Henry Wallin i SneodvilloTennI ItoI murderIIj Ithinks its nothing and trios to o dosesI J i Dont deceive yourself Take 11loc 1tric Bitters ut once It has a rep utation for curing Stomach Live r 1and Kidney troubles and will re vivify your whole system The worst forms of those maladies willi quickly yield to tho curative power of Electric Bitters Only 50c an guaranteed by J T Day Hazel1 Green and S S Combs tt Sousi Campton druggists Will Consult Louisville Specialistt James B Cecil left Monday for Louisville where ho will consult a specialist as to tho probable cure his little sou Orvillo who ha- ipdisease B similar to the case of little Miss Armour to cure whomI Dr Lorenz was brought from Vii itinnn to Chicago on a guarantee fee of 50000 But ho cured hum andwithout recourse to tho knit lone Hundred Dollars a Box Is tho value ILA Tisdalo Sum merton S C places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Ho says I had tho piles for 10 years I trlc- l many doctors and medicines ht Iiamo a combination of tho healing properties of Witch Hazel with anti septics and emollients relieves blindbleedII I m IiIr Hamilton the oil man whoII here Monday from our man about HnmptonIIII there was n wreck on the O and K Sunday near Hampton station which resulted in the tearing up of r the truck at Swartz switch for 100 yards or more A broken axle1 I I caused the trouble anti running I over the trestle it looked storey Lyons Laxative Syrup 1Nlturc Cure for Constipation If you do not like it better than any laxative you hoer ev erlieused your druggist will refund theI money Good for children as well as rown people sld by J C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Hivungo May town Ky Life in the Army A lengthy article Life in the U S Army by Win Strickliu of the coast artillery now stationed at Fort Casey Washington is held up indefinitely for lack of space Strickliu wentfroui Leo City ProverbsI It When the butter wont j ti1e6 churn is an old time dairyr proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and flesh we say give them Scotts Emulsion It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it 1 1to PctliverIoil withsome hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs Children take to it naturally because they like the tas and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children because it is so perfectly adapted t to their wantsIFor all weakand pale and thin children Scotts Emulsi i is the most satisfactory treatment ythe 9 sample free plastethe I I the oJEmulsloa SCOTT a BOWNBI I Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y+ yttad icon urIn 1M ft1 I The Hazel Green Oil and Gas Co j On last Saturday the promoters of the Hazel Groen Oil and Ga Co having secured about a I I aiImost i i I i3000 acres more promised organ iized with John M Hose president- o Edward F Cecil vice proeideu t Win H Cord secretary and W 0inMize treasurer John B Davis J M Bud Swango and James F Wilson are also members of the company Tho capital stock of tho company is 10000nu 1 from tho wellknown business pus of the men composing this company and their reputation we feel1 justified in saying this county will be developed and work will begin at the earliest possible date In fact Mr Hamilton of Win who owns and operates many boring outfits arrives here Mon day and is now negotiating with endthe company to sink several wellsIII 1Owll citizens well known by every I man in this part of the state andI11I as they moan business and dealing e would advise our people I owning lands who are desirous oftt loaning to place it with this com j I pany and they will be protected j to the fullest extentII Officers of I The following is a roster of the I officers elected by Mizpah Lodgo I No 507 F it A M1 on 27th to serve tho DecemherII John W Taulbee W1E T Kash S Hiram Roberts WIJ Miles Nickoll SecylTroasI ItThos Taulbee S D Joe Roberts J DIs Joe Miller ChaplainOGreen Taulboo S 5 T Domestic Troubles j is exceptional to find a fami 1It there uro no domestic occasionally but the Dr1I1 sed l IIgrent work in stomach and livenI They not only relies UayIIazol it I Suite Campton drug stores Strangers Within Our Gates The following are the registers j Iat the Day House since lust issuo Cap and Dave Hoverton Jackson Asbury Patrick Salyersvillo Geo and IE A Clark and John Cox ofi Tolivor Willie Cartmell and Wile I Gevedon West Liberty Wiley j Coffee of White Oak Charlie Maxey Nathan Day and John W Burton of Cannel City and n Mr Hamilton an oil man from Penn sylvaniaIWonderful Nerve j I e1duringI Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds ButtheresDucklensArnicapain cure the trouble Its tho best salvo on earth for piles too 2oc andS1 Cauiptondrug An Oil Driller inJTown Mr Hamilton who has been drilling an oil well on Frozen the neighborhood Hampton station was in town Monday in consultation with members of the oil and gas company recently organ izeel here and we understand that j if proper inducements are held out t to him he may put down a well in j or about Hazel Green in the near future Why We Are Late TilE HERALD is two days late and we are forced to issue a half sheet this week because we failed get our regular shipment of pa per although it is at Helechawai However the weather was so coldI and the road so bad that there has been no travel from here to that place since Wednesday noon Electedtostockholders of tho 11e Liberty Bank held a meeting Monday and elected the following offi cers for the ensuing year S W Cecil was reelected president W G Blair vicepresident Finley E Archoi bald was reelected cashier I To Pup Its First Well The Licking River Oil and Gas Company at West Liberty has J put machinery on the ground to pump its first well It has a 800f barrel tank in position The oil excitement is still high and high i prices are offered for leases I Begin the year by subscribing to THE HERALD 100 in advance I b Jy BREATHITT COUNTY RecentoI Fire at Jackson Destroys JS6000 Real Estate Deals JACKSON KY Jan i t903IEditor HKKAID Jackson Tuesday morning visited by n very disastrous lire and as a result tho store of C X Bowling nun tho res taurant of J IL Atchison are left ashes Tho tiro originated in Bowlings store and was discovered at about three oclock It was under great jheadway and tho wind blew hard building1iThe people made grout chock tho fire but they were powor jleis Bowlings loss is ubout 3 or t1v more with no insurance while Atchisois loss is about 2 OtK with partial insurance unknownajthough it is supposed to be the work of incendiaries I has recently been a rej IIlhero transfer of rout estate j and within the last inII days S S Taulbee county HoIteltjIt is predicted that Mr Taulbee will make n success tit hotel keep Mrjing as always a very safe factor in business MACS FKYE j I Unconscious From Cronp j atI8 i f says A L Spaflbrd postmaster OneIr I I lured und repeated often It roI intlllmll1ujtchild was rusting easy and speedily recovered It cures Coughs Colds LiiGrippo and all Lung troubles tto Minute Cough Cure lingers iin the throat and chest timid enables the lungs to contribute pure health gluing oxygen to tho blood iiHoIinag PresentsS u IXo JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE NOTHING IIS MOKE APIMJECIA Inscnt than I handsome piece of Jewelryl or Silverware It will pay you to comn to Lexington and see l Our Splendid UptoDate Stock of Goods especially suitable for Holiday Gifts motto iil Reliable Ionia hair11lculin 0 and liottoin 1rire- VICTOIl ISOGAKKT Manufacturing Jeweler and IImporter MT K Main St LEXINGTON KYtt The I i I COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS I catalogdattend one of our schools now WE CAN TEACH YOU Bookkeeping and Shorthand successfully FAILinWheelingCharleston ClarksburgWVa iBeW8rffl 6eW8rffl 2JW4RQII- I NEW AND CHEAP GOODS WE WILL KINDLY ASK ONE and all who pays us cash or other pay to call for coupon ticket and re cave premiums from our large assort ment of r iUEENSWAREie t holidaytraJeserved Also those back number or unthankful fellows are invited and will save us huntinc them up as this is on trhdoesRespectfully c Coatn KadalDyspepsia Digests what you eat i tiledlgestantsfood It gives Instant relief and aev tails to cure It allows you to eat the food you want The most sensItive manythousandscured after everything else failed Its unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant help fmt all you g d JTt J isr GRE2LT ii OVERCOAT If S LE jJ to We are iri 1 i 3 I Ef Main 1 E are in it i is is I TIm MILLION Gordon no agents erH COKING 510 Owing th- eContinued Weather IX OVERCOATST THOUSANDS Of OvercoatsFOK BOYS AT Regardless of Cost I Code thrill tally Got BarU8iIlsI Louis Gus Straus LEXINGTONS GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE CLARK HOVJARDI CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 LEXINGTON KYiHonest material master mechan ics and conscientious calculations their stock trade Hence that satisfaction guaranteed LEXINGTON nth hiltrt Theres strength in a of pure Beer And i ton brew purity quality Barley in it for food Hops for tonic And just alcohol to aid digostion Essential to weak healthful for anybody A standard high grade beer Unrsurpassed for table use inal The beer that invigorates i i LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY 7t a COIFOR THE SALE OFii Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KYsWe have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Con ignroent solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered CECIL BROS s f topleFmci Grocers a gooJsAllLTEjarJELLIES 2ctc per pound SUGAR AJc to fijc per pound 121cepackageotKRAHieffCORN IlOc per canti2flcHARNESS lAc Everything firstrclass and fresh and YOU SAVE MONEY on everything you buy of us S TREES TREES TREES BY AspnrngusShrubs Fjuit and Ornamental Grapo ard Lawn and Wo em ploy but sell direct applicntionDoth F HILLENMEYER KY WANTEDSay 5000 acres COAL LANDS conven transportationto descriptioninbus Ohio il Tki l t Warm BADLY OVERSTOCKED MEN AND COSTAM11 ana I J Slf ft health and bottlo Lexing has and enough the and medic purposes nourishes cheers and +TOfSORIALI + PARLOR + HAZEL GREEN KY ft 0GEORGE DYER Proprietor SHAVING HAIRCUTTING and branches of the tonsorial art in the latest style Clean towels sad sharp razors only in use for customers Deweese Wilgus Practical Bricklayer HAZEL GREEN KY HAS had Thirty Years experience is prepared to Itty brick in walls build flues and chimneys set anythinginmortar and trowel JirSmoky ehim neya repaired and guaranteed t draw t it r 4r y z rI J1 i A mE HERALD RheumatismWhat Is the use of telling the rheumatic tthathe feels 03 If his Joints were being dis located Het knows that his sufferings are very much like the tortures of the rack y What he wants to know Is what will per- manentlyi cure his disease That according to thousands of grateful testimonials i- sHoodsI Sarsaparilla i It promptly neutralizes the geld In the Mood on which the disease depends com pletely eliminates It and strengthens the system against Its return Try Hoods Wanted at this office a few pounds of fresh pork sausage Henry and Jim Blankenship off K Jt head of Yocum Menefeo county 1ie4 spent Wednesday night with their cousin Van Adkins near town Aunt Betsy Davis aged about C5 years died at her homo at Ezel on Monday tight She was the moth er of nF Davis of Alliance fame ITCHING oozing scaling Salt cured by Hoods Snrssi jmrilla the great unequalled remedy for every kind of SKIN DISEASE Judge Pieratt has issued a man date against swearing in the town which has perceptibly lessened the disgusting use of profanity upon our streets For onatipatloa Take LrntislaxstIveSruanIdeal remedy for I la lle i iulcIill ltviiHslll8iIea aiUliU8kc per ell harmleeauuderaltcircunutaucea rlcee Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Swango Maytown Ky I Dentist Harlan Stamper and his family moved to Hazel Green yes terday and now occupy the Dr 1 Kash property recently vacated by Mason Ingram and wife George Lockhart and family of Maytown today moved to our town for the purpose of educating his children and pursuing his avoca tion of house carpenter CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Tli Kind Yoi Hare Always Bought I Bears the- f3lgnattue of I Davo Linden who is apparently not improving as rapidly as he should was today removed to his mothers residence where he can j t have the advantage of her atten I tion and nursing The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn has our thanks I for one of their handsome calon dars which is the most useful we have seen with weather forecasts moons changes etc R J McLin left today for Mis y eissippi where he will look after aI a boundary of timber lands with the Willibeto find what he wants along Pearl river I I Judge Lusk dropped in Monday from the other side of the county where he is sojourning with his friend Samp Smith and he told Us that for some reason his friend Panton of Pennsylvania failed to show up We have received from Miss Enith Lusk Myrtle Point Oregon another poem Babys Sleepy Time Song which we will be glad forIbidsline verses Each of the first five who renew their subscriptions or new subscribers will be presented with a copy of Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac for 1903 It contains about 200 pages and is filled with weather forecasts c FREE to the first five Speaking of Kentucky exhibits how would it do to send over a section of one of our mountain roads in winter time Commission ore Halsey and Tutt should secure that section just this side H e 1 echawa and clinch the honor 5 for Wolfe county Mrs Rilda Day who with 74 others recently went to Muskogee Indian Territory to register their claims as descendants of John Har per the fullblood Cherokee Indian has returned home and reports an enjoyable trip albeit the weather was quite cold She thinks the outlook quite favorable e5 The crowned heads of every nation misersAHtoDevVitts RisersHwrites Little Early Riser Pills family a them to everybody They cure constipation biliousness sick head ache torpid liver jaundice malaV troublesJS- r Yti Walters Was Arrested Last Week Stoner Walters who shot and killed Robert Wilson on Christmas eve and made his escape was arrested on Wednesday week within a mile or so of the Virginia Iline by a posso composed of Charley Robbins Henry Osborne Marion Walters and others Friends of the accused to the number of 15 hear j ing of the pursuing party went as far as Salyersville in hope of meet ing the arresting party and taking away the prisoner but the possojj in charge of him put him in jailII until the others dispersed and suc ceeded in getting him to the Camp ton jail on Friday whero he now isII One of his relatives hearing of pursuing party started to warn him I and was himself arrested and put in jail at some town between here and the Virginia line The accused I Iif and his victim aro connected by ties of consanguinity which com plicates the case Circuit court convenes next Monday and Walters may waive examination moan time and Uust his case to that court Miss Ida M Snyder Treasurer of the BrookljB Eaat End Art Clnb If women would pay more attention to their health we would have more happy wives mothers and daughters and if they would observe results they would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they arc given gIncomultlngvised McElrees Wine of Cardul and med fords BlackDraujht and so I took it and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and it only took three months to cure me Wine of Cardui iU a regulator of tho menstrual function and iis a most as tonishing tonic for women It cures scanty suppreseili too frequent iirreg ular and painful menstruation falling of the womb is helpful when approachingwoman hood during pregnancy after child birth and in change of life It frt quently brings a dear baby to homes i t that have been barren for years druggists have 1100 bottles of AllII of Cardui WINEoFCARDUI1 Wants It to Read at School MILLEKSBURO Ky Jan 8 Dear Old HERALD Enclosed you will find 40c in stamps for which you will please send me THE IIER ALD jufct till school closes Papa has moved to Ml Sterling and I 11nIJune 1st and must have THE HERALD Papa says for your to change his address from Millers burg to Mt Sterling So wishing THE HERALD a pros perous year I remain your friend I DORA 0 SWAXGO 1 A Marvelous has Wonders been invented never IBveutioJlII Iffieldt j to be unlimitedseems among great discoveries Kotahlej j consumpIIII life Thousands have uzed it and conquered Grip Bronchitis Pneu monia and CoLsumption Their general verdict is Its the best and most reliable medicine for EverySOcby J Taylor Day Hazel Green and Camptondruggists George Dyer our barber on Sat urday last met with an accident that will incapacitate him for his work for a week or so While heI was putting the finishing touches someIIthingI thumb struck an open razor and the ball was cut to the bone mak ing a painfulwound A Scientific Discovery Kodol does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself even when but slightly disordered suppliesthedoes the work of the stomach relaxing the nervous tension while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal Ko dol digests what you eat and ena bles the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food into rich red blood James B Cecil and little son re tdrirtooTay rom Louisvillowhere the doctors we regret to say held out but little hope that his sons hipdisease could be cured SHEET=HB1tDIN G IN IDAHO J N Confletoi Tells About ItI aai lids Our Mountain Girls Cone at 32000 a Month HAOERMAN IDAHO Jan 103I Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Find enclosed 50 centsi Please send me THE HERALD to my camp It will be a welcome visitor and a letter from home As I write I think of the days when a boy down on the farm J I fool interested in tho boys of Kentucky I whoso aim is to earn an honest living and a surplus for oldI age If you all stay in Kentucky some will miss their aim A visitI to Idaho would be pleasant andii beneficial in after years Wages I with sheep are 40 per month and board and horse furnished to ride you need it You furnish bedII for yourself It would be ad visable to bring a good hair pillow I with you At a little town Sho shone on the Oregon Short Linn Railroad there are employed from 150 to 250 men from March 25th to April 10th to work with sheep Each man has a camp wagon that is so well constructed and perfect in workmanship that you can cookII eat and wash dishes without stop ping the wagon It is the shopC herds home in winter and in sum mer months you are housoless In the dim twilight you spread your j blanket down on the soft side of a j bowlder and retire to dream of I childhoods happy days As com ing day dawns you are awakened by the howl of the wolf You arise pick up your bed and walk The vegetation of Idaho is adapted to the growth of sheep In sum mer they are horded in the moun tain parts and in winter grazed on bunch grass in the lowlands SoI called desert sheep live to a ripoI oldage without having hay or rain in winter That is why a of men have become wbalI thy in these parts The young ladies that work for wages in Kentucky have my sympathy The wages they gt wouldnt buy face powders for an Idaho girl In Idaho and Oregon young ladies get in private houses from 100 to 2500 per month and for laun daring baking etc from 1500 to 4500 per month IGirls strikIgo on a trulyMThe Shepherd BoyI A remarkable incident connected with the WaltersWilson case oc I curred Friday When the posse started to jail with Walters Frank Wilson a brother of the man killed i handed Walters his overcoat to protect him from tho cold The mail from Mt Sterling to this place instead of coming everyday according to schedule has ar- ived every other day only The senility of the carrier and snow and rain have caused the trouble Loss of FleshW- hen you cant eat break fast take Scotts Emulsion When you cant eat bread and butter take Scotts Emulsion When you have been living on a milk diet and want something a little more nourishing take Scotts EmulsionTo fat you must eat Fat Scotts Emulsion is a great fattener a great strength giver Those who have lost flesh want to increase all body tissues not only fat Scotts Emulsion increases them all bone flesh blood and nerveFor invalids for con valescents for consumptives for weak children for all who need flesh Scotts Emulsion is a rich and comfortable food and a natural tonicScotts Emulsion for bone flesh blood and nerve We will send you a free sample Be wee that WI pkhlra In the form of a label IIs o the wrapper of every bottle of Emulsion you buy scon BOWNE CHEMISTS 409 Pearl StNY see and Hi aM ttfejik r Why This Paper Has Two Dates The date on tho inside pages of this paper will show our readers that they should have boon used as the outside pages of last weeks paper the date being January 8 1903 They would have been used in that way had the package reach ed us in time But notwithstanding we used every effort to get the paper in time wo failed to do so nor did we receive it until yester day The news we agree is a bit stale but we use it because we can not afford to throw tawny more over many of our rural readers havo never read tho news printedi there and on the hypothesis that it is bettor to loam late than nov- t r coupled with our explained economy we let her go And next weekwill be similar to this But after that dates will be regular and the paper as good as we can make it under tho circumstances Unconscious From Croup During n sudden and terrible attack of croup our little girl was unconscious from strangulation says A L Spafford postmaster Chester Mich and a dose of One I Minute Cough Cure was adminis tered and repeated often It reduced J the swelling and inflamma I tion cut the mucus and shortly this child was resting easy and speedily recovered It cures Coughs Colds LaGrippo and all Lung troubles One Minute Cough Cure lingers in the throat and chest and enables the lungs to contribute pure health giving oxygen to tho blood A Good ShowingII In another part of our paper is a statement of the condition of the West Liberty Bank which is an exceptionally good showing for an institution as yet in its infancy The fact that it paid all expenses and a dividend of three 3 per cent on tho last six months busi ness shows that it has been successfully managed and is likely to prove a good investment for tho incorporators And the confidence of the people in it is shown by tho 1 amount of deposits it already car J ries The sum of 0281585 from a people unacquainted with bank ing business in a pauper county t and in an agricultural community I without transportation facilities shows its solvency in the eyes of the people Cashier Archibald tho only practical banker connected Ii is surely to bo congratulated A Special Grand Offer I I I On January 1st 1003 the TwiceI aWtjek CourierJournal will cease courierIJourI All s bscribers to TUB HEUALD on I or before Jan 1 can have Courier Journal sent them to Jan 11004 by re hitting 30c extra Thus for IU301 in cash they can get bothII papers for 13 mbnths if beIforeOU Boom at West Liberty In a letter from Hon Wilmore Kendall of West Liberty in which he renews his subscription he says they lave just piimped a 250gal lon tsjuk full of green oil from one well which now stands as full of oil as before He also says We have just finished tho derricks on my laud atout 400 yards from first well on the spot where Uncle Billy feollconfidentI And if I do will subscribe for TUB payinginWonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man ea during pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns Scalds Sore Feet or Stiff Joints But theres no need for it Bucklons Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the bet salve on earth for piles too 25c at J T Days Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Will Gevedon representing the firm of Guggenhoimer Co Lynch burg Va was here yesterday He succeeds W F Baker who was th successor of tho original and only Uncle Ike Hartfield who still has a host of friends around here See the Guggenheimer card with W L Gevedon representing them and headquarters at West Liberty Domestic Troubles It is exceptional to find a fami ly where there are no domesti- ruptures occasionally but these can be lessened by having Dr Kings New Life Pills around Much trouble they save by thei great work in stomach and liver troubles They not only relieve you but cure 25c at J T Days Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Rev Barney Blankenship and Willie Clark are carrying the mail between this place and Campion at a dollar a day They take iit week about l do you suppose dip into that bulk coffee before you buy it L r on offeecomes in sealed air tight packages no chance for handling or dirt or things to get in- Clean Fmh and Frz rant CONDENSED STATEMENT 0OF 0 Bank oi West Libert1 WEST LIBERTY KY Showing condition at the close of business December Slut 1102 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 3480033 Overdrafts Secured 524 Furniture and Fixtures 133275 House and Lot 43060t Due from Banks 3456099 Cash 5742 51 ii8i842 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 1455000 Snrplmt 50000 Undivided Profits 1158 Deposits subject to check on which interest in not paid CJ816 89 7787842 fl Expenses and 3 per cent dividend were paid out of last six mouths earnings W D AuuiiiiiALD Cashier ITI r Correct Attest S R COLLIKK I Subscribed and sworn to before me by W D Archibald Jan 2nd 1903 J R KENDALL 1ijan 2in Notary Public iHoIiaag Presents I u IJEWElRY AND v m SILVERWAREl J e 11x Multi AflUEClANOTH1NU I 1lIt than a liaiulfOiiir piece of jewelry or Silrrrivnre It will pay you to come to Islington and see Our Splendid UptoDate Stock of Goods especially suitable j for Holiday Gifts i Our motto is Reliable Goods Fair I Ueulin and Huttoiu Prices I I VICTOR BOGAERT j Manufacturing Jeweler and Importer 67 E Main St LEXINGTON KY i I TheCOMMERCIAL COMMERCIALSCHOOLS 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 IBY MAIL SchoolatWheellngCharleston WVa W B ELUOTTPrest Dewarat ewaral a W4Bt1 NEW AND CHEAP GOODS WILL KINDLY ASK ONE WEand all who pays us each or oth er pay to call for coupon ticket and re ceive premiums from our large assort ment of DECORATED UEEN WARE gotten up especially for the holiday trade Come at once First come first oeunthankful fellows are invited and will save us hunting them up as this is on time we arc going after one and all who does not respond and pay for past favors Respectfully c W W SWANGO A CO Maytown Ky Nov 14 odolcDyspepsia Cure eatrThis preparation contains all of the dlgestants and digests all kinds of food It gives instant relief and never rails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take IIt By IIts use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed It Is unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant kelp but to yes ga 4 Prepared only by E O Dawn h0o Chicago TbofibouIocoatainaUmeat eWcMes i t s3 111 T OVERCOAT ii- A j S LEw j Owing to the- Continued Warm Weather ire are BADLY OVERSTOCKED 1 OVERCOATSTHOUSANDS y Of OvercoatsFOR Nf ENANDBOYSxT cosaAN r Regardless of CostI Cone Earii ana Get naigaiis Louis Gus Straus I LEXINGTONS GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE CLARK S HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed i MILLION em COKING COAL LANDS to r I 1 health strength in a bottle of pure Beer Lexing ton purity quality Barley in it for Hops for tonic And enough alcohol aid digestion Essential thaiI healthful for anybody A i standard grade Un j surpassed for use medic purposes nour cheers LEXINGTON COMPANYe jj- w COiiR CIA WFORD J Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE OF 4 Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI Oi ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY gomulsolicited CECIL BROS tuplel Fancy Grocers goodsAPPLLE tr JELLIES all 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