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IRATESIf a One year in advance 100 I Six monthms in advance 55 Three months in advance 30 Single copy cash in hniul 05 ki The date niter your name indicates time yon j aiil to Youshouldearlflays renew 10 before time Is always give postnflice county nod yourtRemittances should lhc made hy II 0 registered letter or bank drag IIIIIIDIUOOOOOOOO I You Have and which has been I use for over 30 years has borne the All and are but that trifle with and the health of and Is Oil and It Is Itnor other Its ago Is Its It and allays It cures Dud Wind Colic It cures and It Food rf the n-L In CCKTAUK COHMKT MUHIUT new TOM errr 1 l I KY the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity their facilities for and lUll well as repair work of all kinds 1yI full force of first class insures in the ofI allwork to them and in all cases J Buggy and wagon making are our Your is reo solicited and will be duly ROSE I I I i i OF LAND lying 5 on the waters of Water in Wolfe Ky 70 ready for plow A good log house of two rooms good log barn and of water for and stock of timber for all miles from Hazel Green miles from and miles from May town March 1 1903 n IN will buy it 7 5IU but it is worth 1000 S For call or THE 5tf Hazel Green Ky t ti i t want to send you their catalog and circulars If you can not f attend one of our schools now l and BY HAZEL GREEN KY had Thirty Years is to luy brick i lftlls n build flues and eeL Crates Ac In fact he can do in that line can be done with brick mortar and trowel 1 and to draw I Yw it i = March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of and His by Max ORell == == 0 EIGHTEENTH YEAR WOLFE KENTLCKY 29 1903 SPENCER Owner a t Mostt I Mostt I I t d t t d t t tt IKIt r Itttmlenrtee I Y11t I I I I IInKind Always Bought slimatnro orrI I to A is 8 3 f o and has been made under his Pcii I I Counterfeits Imitations uJust JgooCl Experiments endanger Infiwt Children What is CASTORIA Oastoria n harmless substitute for Castor Paregoric Drops Soothing Syrups Pleasant contains neither Opium Morphine Narcotlo substance guarantee Worm Fcrcrlshncss Diarrhoea relieves Teething Troubles Constipation Flatulency assimilates the regulates the sleepThoGENUINE ALWAYS Signature ofhj The KM You Have Always Bought Use For 30 Years TWC IT rrecrr ROSE INC- BLACKSMITHS PRACTICAL AND WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN II VInrito improved blacksmithing wagonmalciog mechanics promptness execution entrusted satisfaction guaranteed building specialties patronage ipectfully appreciated Respectfully cIA GOOD FARM r01SAJLJIi 12 ACRES Falling county ACRES cleared plenty family use Plenty fencing Eight Campton Possession CASH further information address HERALD The r COMMERCIAL SCIi00LST lWE CAN YOU Shorthand successfully MAIL WheelingCharleston ClarksburgWVa Deweese Wilgus Practical Bricklayer HAS prepared experience chimneys anything that JBSmoky chi- Aeys repaired guaranteed tiJtU THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished Jonathan Continent HAZEL GREEN COUNTY THURSDAY JANUARY NUMBER 5I cooltTh Oldest Popular Widelyslnn InfancyAllow Experience against Experiment destroys CASTORIA Bears Over TEACH Bookkeeping W L CEVEDON KKPRKSEX- TIXGGUGGENHEIMER5COlnc Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VA Headquarters West Liberty Ky I will be on the road immediately with full line of sample Dry GoodJII Notions White Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placing their ordeis i46ly t = NN H HN NN i Te WWer Oak f r WINCHESTER KY r- f j f N II WITmItIOOSlrtllident r- 11 D 11U TEa Cushier tY i Paid Up Capital oleo uoooo p 41Surplusf s s suoouoo Handsome Depxit of VIU1J1U4S J S SThill bank solicits the accounts ofy j merchants farmers trailers and lbus y- T iness men generally throughout Past r emu Kentucky and otters its custom V l era and the most liberal jterms within the limits of legitimate y- t banking loct2ly s c r e cs krirC sa s s it+ 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 DenDraI Mercft8sePfOllOe Embracing everything usually found in a firstclass country store and the pur chaser may rely always upon Retting the very best goods for the leaft moneyc He invites the people of Wolfe and Morgan to call and see his goods and learn his prices and suggests that it might pay come prepared to take home a load of goods which they will want to buy when they learn prices jg f Will meet any legitimate competitionCall write mo before buy ing ROBT P KASH McCausey Ky W T a CA8KEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise and Country Produce NOW ON HAND A LARGE HAS well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BO SHOES PATENT MEbICINES DRUGS OILS Ac c In fact everything usually kept iin Ik firstclass general store Call and ex amine his stuck and hear his prices He will treat you nicely HERALD IBESTI 1 THE HERALD i == =i SPENCER COOPER Editor From Our Own Special Correspondent I I WASHINGTON CITY I i IfEditorIf its reassembling after the holidays Vest of Missouri Dollivorof Iowa Aldrich of Rhode Island Tillman t of South Carolina and others have given tho trusts and the tariff a briefairing while the omnibus statehood bill draging its weary length along from day to day gives opportunity to senators to make copy for the Congressional Record t 11aware11 and tho poor consumer has boon ground between tho upper and tho i nether millstones of tho mine oper ators greed and the local dealers- ighwaymenlike methods It may seem like exaggeration to toll your readers that anthracite coalsold as high as 20 a ton and that sot or bituminous coal fluctuated from 850 to 10 At one time here itltook more influence to get a of coal than it required to land a government jobeI was tolling a gentleman hero of the wonderful coal deposits near Hazel Greenthe Canoy coal field and he seemed to doubt my as sertion that those fields could supply the world with coal for the next 50 years A coal famine no doubt will seem ridiculous to your I readers many of whom have coal- mines Ic in their back yards but to Washingtonians it is something j realistic and something to bel dreadedITaking oft the CO cents tariff on coal for a period of one year can be placed to the credit of that great Democrat Senator George Vest of Missouri who though tottering at j his desk from physical weakness delivered an address that awakened the senate and the house to a realization of tho duty they owed to the people whose representatives j they areII Senator Vest voluntarily retires j from tho senate tho 4th of next March to be succeeded by the Hon William Joel Stone a transplant ed Kentuckian The Hon Bill is j a shrewd politician and a good Democrat but he will never bo able to reach the mark of intellectuality and statesmanship set by his illustrious and eloquent predecessor Missouris grand old man j Senators Aldrich of Rhode Island and Dolliver of Iowa are at j loggerheads as to what was the intent and purpose of Congressman Dingley when he made up tho schedules of what is known as the Dingley tariff law The Democrats have always contended that Mr t Dingley purposely made some rates too high in order that they could down by reciprocal agreement with other nations This Senator Aldrich t indignantly denied in the son ate last week and said it was an insult to tho memory of Mr Dingley to suggest such a thing But along comes Senator Dolliver t and says that the Domocratic party contention is right that he was a member of the house Ways and Means committee when the bill was framed and that some schedules were purposely made too high as the Democrats contend As Mr Dolliver is a recognized Republican loader and one of tho ablest men outono of tho great est orators in either house it puts the majority in a hole Revision will be ono of the battle cries in tho next campaign and if the Democrats are not alert they will be crowded out of their position as the only blown in tho bottle simonpure tariff reformers Tillman strung a live wiro the other day but it was pretty well insulated and did not amount to a great deal Tillman is a man who has many admirable traits and many that are to be condemn ed I admire his rugged honesty but I do not admire his rugged methods In the greatest delibor 1 ri iIf you know Malaria you certainly dont like it If you know Ayers Malaria and Ague Cure you certainly do like it ativo body on earth Iho greatest decorum in debate should obtain laUd Tillmun stretches the decorum almost to the breaking point sometimesThere quite a pretty fight on asIto fall the rather doubtful hono of leading the mi nority in the next congress Among the aspirants are Champ Clark of Missouri John Sharpo Williams of Mississippi Judge Jim Griggs of Georgia and perhaps the Hon Dave Smith of Kentucky I think the Kentuckian should have it as he would bo a safe leader a wise counsellor and is n skilled parlia mentarian but he is not as showy as either Williams or Clarkand is not making such a strenuous effort to land as are those gentlemen and his namo may never be presented to the caucus And speaking of Clark ho wound up a spicy argument with Gen Grosvenor the veteran war horse from Ohio the other day with a characreristic story Clark 1 was speaking of Republican gerry mandering in various northern staws when Grosvouer butted into use an expression of the streetII and the argument waxed witty and vigorous with honors about even In closing Clark said the contro versy with his distinguished Ohio friend was not of his seeking and wound upwith a story of a mighty bear hunter who had slain hun dreds of the tribe of Bruin and on whoso monument was this inscription He whistled for tile grizley and the grizley came The nppli cation is evident and Clark scored heavily as a pugilist would say Indications point to a vote on the omnibus statehood bill at this I session although there is a strong fillibuster by its opponents to pro vent a vote being taken The friend of the bill hero is Senator Quay of Pennsylvania the most skilled parliamentary general in the senate He is resourceful dogged in his determination alert and watchful and it will take a strong combination to prevent the bill from reaching a vote The bill has tho right of way being the un finished business after the morning hour and cannot be displaced ex cept by vote of the senate and tho opponents of the bill do not care to chance a test vote unless tho bill is permitted to reach a vote appropriation bills and other im portant measures may be held up andnecessitate an extra session Already thero are rumors of an extra session but of course any one can start rumors- I would not be surprised if THE HERALD will not have tho honor of being the first newspaper in Kentucky to launch the presiden tial boom of Judge Parker of Now York From all sections of tho country ho is hailed as the new Democratic Moses From Texas whore Bryan had his strongest following comes the tidings that Parker is its choice and front every other section the boom rolls along like a huge snowball increasing at every turn He is the man of the hour and if he lives he will be the Democratic standard bearer in 1904 I just mention this to remind your readers that THE HERALD is always first on the ground and knows a band wagon when it sees it Now is the time to get aboard KAPPA Tried to Conceal It Its the old story of murder will out only in this case theres no crime A woman feels run down has backache or dyspepsia and thinks its nothing and tries to hide it until she finally breaks down Dont deceive yourself Take Eloc tric Bitters at once It has a rep utation for curing Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles and will revivify your whole system The worst forms of those maladies will quickly yield to tho curative power of Electric Bitters Only 50c and guaranteed by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campion druggists i f jiir I1I c All Sold D Pete I Ilnrrnri of the Clnrmnf nirrnpli The exhibition of cinematograph pictures showing the operation re cently performed on the Hindoo twins Kailirn and Doodirn has Awakened a sturm of disgust in Vienna The pictures show all the horrors of the dissecting room and the dreadful contortions of the limbs when under the knife Loss of Vitality- Is loss of the principle of life and Is early In dicated by folline appetite and diminishing strength and endurance hoods Sareaparllla Is the greatest rltallzer It acts on all the organs and builds up tho whole system MnuaehuMtt Jirmllrit Town Gosnold the smallest town in Mnsa chiuitts comprises those little specks 1toudHellnlll theyterminateand pigs DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It is the great medI i I nent kidney and blad der specialist and is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not rec ney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways in hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a telling more about SwampRoot and bookIfind out if you have kidney or bladder When writing mention reading this offer in this paper and address KtimerCoBingIhamton byI nineI ommendedforeverythingbutifyouhavekid regular fifty cent and Rome of Bwuopitoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Dont make nut mistake hut remember the name Ir Kilmers Swamp Rout and time address Hingliampton X You every bottle Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect October 19 1902 EAST BOUND N o i I Daily 2j1 STATIONS ex = 1111No4 PMLve1 I ll 2 25 pin 0 Lexington11OJI 7 45 am 3 10 pin 8 25 am 3 50 pin 011Winchesterji201 9 13 am 4 Oti pm 9 23 am 4 35 Bridge 57 9 54 am 4 4J 6i10 08 am 5 11 JllnI51INat 7010 29 am 6 11 l011 26 am G 15 uncn1 9111 30 am WEST BOUND Daily Nol eXi tt j IINo3II sunllaYII II IIII IMArr 10 10 am 0 6 05 pm 9 25 am 20 pm 837am 14011Torrent 39 pm 8 28 am 14014 30 pm 8 Ol am 01 pm 7 47 am 47 pm 7 2Gam 1511Stanton 3 25 pm 6 29am OJ 2 30 pm C25am 2 25 om 0 K BRANCH EAST BOUND No 33x No 21 Dailyex STATIONS Daily ex Sundaym Sunday 3 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 3 35 C OK Junction 6 11 26 4 17 11 Wilhnnit 11 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 58 5 10 20Jee Cih20 12 22 5 1J5 22 Helechawa 22 12 28 r 45 27 Cannel City 27 12 45 PM Ann PM Arty WEST BOUND No 34 J= L Daily ex = STATIONS =1No2ex Sunday f 9 15 9 Jackson 2 35 9 10 60 K Junction G 2 30 828 111 Wilhurst 8 15 113 Hampton 7 35 20 Lee City 111158 7 26 22 Helechawa 7 00 27 Cannel City A M LVK PMLVB Nos 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Ken tucky Railway Division daily except San dayNos 1 and 2 connect at L E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio lot Jit Sterling pointNos at Beattvville Junc tion with L A for Beattyvllle daily ex cept SundayJ ManagerCHASSCOTT vf t J+ Y l1j I rADVERTISING RATES iiColumn l yearGO 00 III 1 year 35 W e Ii 1 year 20 00 2 Itches 1 year 10 Olte1 Inch I year C 00 4 officers Announcements tIO1JO County Stateand I i Town officers 300 calls on Y I dates y Obituaries or political writeups Tributes 8JDistrictii pared by u 83c a line IS furnished same as locals 5c a line foocco CCOD 11111 Ie 0 010 111110 ocoooo r THISBELONGS TO A E z HI Fs PIERATTOIDEALERS i iyy 1 i z HAZEL GREEN KY f t Who carry a larger stock and sell i jrthem a trial and store money 4 aa RESTORED MANHOOD DRuorrslfIr 1 Thegreatremedylotnenonprostration the coneratlTo orpnns of either KT such andallnervOtndlseaeIefI II leg or ItManhood Ituiutcncjr Nlalitlr Kmlitlon Youthful Serum ilental Worry oxremlro it w nf Toburro or Opium which lend to Con eumiuton ana Insanity With CTtry SO order we clreI a written ginn otdatt41o4sperboxeausetnr J THE CHICAGO POST THE HOME Every FARMER should read dally The Chicago Post i Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Ere Shipper should read daily The Chicago Po- steMARKET t THE NEWSPAPER a THE BEST IS NONE TOO ROOD FOR YOU Subscribe through your commissIon arm newsdealer or publisher of per containing this advertisement1 Sample copies seat tree on request AddressITHE CHICAGO POST Chicago 1- I1CLOTHINGI 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 Alsooi OESOyou shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro throughRemember for CASH ONLY J 1VI ROSE+ THE PEOPLES FRIEND T TDAY MILLINERY i i CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and FURNISHINGS DIED TRIMMINGSc GOODS 1 RIBBONS HOSE c jjC lE And sells everything so low that tho poorest may buy J TAYLOR DAY CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF rK Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Shoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact eyerything usually found in firstclass store PAPEIIi GREAT NOTIONS THE HERALD r SPENCER COOPER PubtlsberI HAZEL GREEN i tt I SHE JOG UNDER THE WAGON j it Come wife said good old Farm- eJ Gray Put on your things tis market day And well lhe off to the nearest town i There and back ere the sun Roes down Spot No well ileave old Spot Iiehlnd Rut Spot he barked and Spot he whined f And soon made up hi doculsh mind To follow under the wagon Away they went at a Rood round pace And Joy came Into the farmers faePoor Spot said he did want to come Hut Im awful glad hrs left at home Hell guard the barn and guard the cot And keep the rattle out of the lot Im not 50 sure of that thought Spot I The binI dog under the wagon t The farmer all his produce sold t f fAndRot his pay In yellow gold I Then starter homeward after dark Home through the lonely forest Hark A robber springs from behind a tree Your money or elseI your life says he i j The moon was up but he didnt see I I The big dog under the wagon iI i Spot neer barked and Spot neer whined I i Rut quickly caught the thief behind j He dragged him down In the mire andI dirt i And tore his coat and tore his shirt C Then held him fast on the miry ground i The robber uttered not a sound I farmsIr l 1ndtumbled him into the wagon lifeit The farmers money the farmers wife t And now the hero grand and gay A sliver collar he wears today Among his friends among his foes i And everywhere his master goes ti He follows on his horny toes The big dog under the wagon X O Picayune ffV ++44K41 u Nl4 + NiKN4+i j i BILLi+ I I t i i ROL4 r C tlI t t Blm l I TIll llIIentiaIj I ed that young mutt that it was titsecond of the mouth and that he had a disagreeable duty to perform He j rung a bell 1 want to get the delinquent no i i tiers out this morning Samuel he j i said to the youth who answered his I pt1II i iourbooks we Hud that their bills are I uver a month in arrears and that un I j less theyare paid iu three days we I I I I hall be compelled to cut off their i t gelt1thenotices into the mail as soon a s j you can j ItI falItI I I I i imanhaving gradually risen to the I Iff position of secretary and generalI i manager of the Evans City Consoli j i dated Gas company through his close j iattention to the companys affairs I 1Butit was not of business that be began to think when Samuel hadI J Jgoue back to his typewriter in the outer office He saw in his minds t eye a sweet feminine face with a clear complexion through which theI 9 1redglowed delicately a sensitive pro Ilk and big eyes that were not asi I i icarefree as suchmales should haveI t beenti hard lines for that poor girl f to have to struggle along as shet I does said Abbott to himself She a not cut out for that sort of thing at j all She hasnt the strength for it i Almost every cent of the little they pay her for her school teaching and i almost every minute of her time out side of school hours goes to the care of that father of leers Its pretty bard lines and she is a little heroine thats what she is This was by no means a new trait of thought for Abbott Fur several mouths the image of the Huffy haired little schoolteacher with tIm i big blue eyes had been engaging his 1IIi iu season and out When t I ever be dreamed a day dream this image would be the central figure of IIf i iitand often the dreams would go to considerable length For example lie would picture a pretty house withr rapretty lawn around it and the im- f age acting with charming grace and dignity the role of hostess to their r i friends or the image out in th front yard picking roses or tacking t gloryt4 I perhapsI what the girl herself would think if she knew be took such liberties with her im t heiB f r i iafew times but had never been able whichfc j f t andt1 1invalid father from the society of r l the young People of the town The truth of the matter was that iin spite of Abbotts ability in affairs of the head he was a bungler when i came to matters of the heart No i body knew this better than he did7 himself Before every call he had- madet a resolution to be light and easy in manner to joke with her to tell her in an offhand way about bimself he doubted ifshe eve knew what hula business was Hut i was no use In the interval betwee- hie ringing the doorbell and her descent Into the parlor his resolution- err would take flight like a flock of1 frightened sheep and he would be more ill at ease than ever So h bad made up his mind to take the bull by the horns as he expressed it to tellingherof his heart and asking her to take Lim into consideration as a future husband With the click of Samuels s i tgposethe tthave It mailed without delay Then t htnrnetimatters After luncheon it pCcurred to him to glance over the dames of those whose bills rrearsBringtoquesSamuel runnIng colistopped su dealT t I fs Areare those letters in the mallet 1 Samuel he asked with an ef fort at calmness Why yes sir got em in a couple of hours ago answered Samuel1 briskly And that other Iletter I suppose you have moiled that too Abbott went on in the uncertain voice of n rman who is afraid to hear the an swer to his question- Of course I did sir I saw it was going to time same address as one of time others sn 1 just slipped it into the big envelope with the notice to save that much postage Samuel1 was a enloits youth who had the in terests of the company at heart Oh you did did you cried Ab butt rising to his fort What in the name of He stopjxd bring areas tomed to control himself Get back to your work now Samuel and here after when 1 tell you to mail a letter just do it in the usual sy without tummy improvements of your own Abbott pared the Hour For MissI Hayden to receive from him a per emptory notice that he would shut otT the supply of gas unless she pairI the bill tutu at the same time u dec laration of love was terrible and al so ridiculous His vicious chewing f thtn1 of his cigar was interruptedI by short laughs of scorn at himself for permitting such a thing to hap pen If he could only get that let I halkI the pntlllall would never give it up to him He thought of waylaying him and smiled grimly at the idea of the secretary of the Evans City Consolidated Gas emir pang turning highwayman andI robbing the mails He glanced at his watch and made a hasty calculation It was four min utes past three There was a three oclock delivery and time letter was probably in it Hut Miss lla den ssa not yet home from school The ses sioni was over at three ticlock to be teachII r other afterschool duties to perform Abbott derided that slur would not be hums before at the earliest would take him about I11 minutesjlt ginji which to bribe the maid to obtain lpossession of that letter by hook or by erook and get away unseen h v time mistress of Ihe house The en velope was fortunately slumped with the companys name which would be a help to him He felt tint his chances for success were good after all but there was that contingency appalling In contemplate that Miss Huyden might be at home with his ItWII communications in her pusses suns lie dismissed from his mind as hastily as possible the thoughts meeting her under these circum stances Yes sir shes just come home tram scLuulsaidI time Irish girl cheerily in reply to Abbotts minx ious query lame right in tumid Ill tell her youre here From hiSlat on the rage of ih parlor chair the young man gaze d distractedly at the unsympathetic furniture nut the unresponsive brim umbrae If he could only get out of here sonic wt How could he face her The clock ticked loudly with no regard for his state of mind and every tick was hurrying ou the or deal He frowned at the cluck and as he did so its tick suddenly seemed to have become a voice of succor for it had called his attention to a faumiliar looking envelope Ilying be side the clock on tho mantlepiece In three strides he was across the room and was clutching that letter in an eager grip He had just time to thrust it into his pocket before he heard her footstep on the stairs Hell and agitated he took her ex tended hand 11 beg your pardon Miss Hayden iIm glad to see you I thought 1 would drop in to see if you wouldnt if you wouldnt take a bIlittle worn out you know and a trip aebracer Wont you come too Miss Haydens blue eyes were fixed upon him wonderingly for an instant It seemed to her a little odd that an active business man should be wanting to go to the park at this time And then she couldnt understand his embarrassment Why you see my father she began doubtfully Then she remem noticedethe paleness of her cheeks and had advised htr several times to do this very thingt0 take afternoon rides to the park- Wh yes I think it would be de lightfulshe exclaimed with a touch of enthusiasm in her voice It is such a beautiful afternoon I am very glad to get away from the hum drum cares of life now and then and its very good of you to ask me Not at all answered Abbott ear nestlyAfter adjustedherstairs and called out theretme I dont see it Its right on the mantleptece bj1lime statedfrom above Why no it isnt KatyIt Katytn withnme own hands Abbottsexperiencing emotions such as h imagined must be those of the ama atecoding In the search for the lost let ter He was intensely relieved when Miss Hayden exclaimed Well look for it when I am gone Katy It will surely turn up some where After the first halt hour in tilt park Abbott forgot the letter except now and then and he forgot the self consciousness that had heretofore overwhelmed him in all his efforts girlTlrsyI She was in highspirits the wall of reserve seemed to have been a mere phantom wall They went rowing landingineither side mingled their branches a M c i overhead and made it seem like twi light litre was tbe time and place be felt He would be several varieties 1of a foe not to tape advantage of this opportunity He prepared to speak out and felt the perspiration on his brow This rowing was warm work after all lie drew his handkerchief from his pocket In its folds it brought the letter which fluttered down at Miss Haydens fret The blood rushed to his face He Wilt afraid to look at the letter or at her pause dropped letter she said calmlyLike one who takes a plunge into icy water he glanced down Time blank side had fallen upward With an assumption of carelessness he picked it up and then to give vent to his feelings began to row siren uously In a moment they were in open water again his mind was no longer in condition for a declaration mill a golden opportunity on a golden afternoon was guar lust cross that Hnyden bill off your list Samuel HV attended to directed Abbott the next day in the oilice He did not intend that Miss Hayden should be bothered by any more hills if he could help it and he had formed a resolution so in tense that it was grim to make an attempt to help it without nether parley or delay It was about four in the afternoon when Samuel rose with alacrity from his typewriter and stood grinning at the counter us he always did at the approach oi a feminine patron of the company I came to pay my hillsllitl Miss Ilayden opening her purse I am afraid it is a little overdue hut Oh huts all right interrupted Samuel you dont owe us anything tiroar bills paid Paid Hut that cant be I dont understandWell secretary knows all about it You hud better see him Come right this way The zealous Samuel times open the glass door of Abbotts oilice witha burn and the young man and the young woman stood face to face He was on his own ground here and was wholly u this ease while slur was very much em barrassed lit took the hand that slit almost unconsicoiisly lurid out and led her to a chair You may go now he suit to Samuel Hut Samuel did not go very far He has tUrN that stand out from his head inquisitively and was able to gather a very fair idea of what transpired on the other side of tint glass door Samuel wont tell It is enough to say that in the near fu tire Miss Hayden will not have to pay any more bills our even to teach school The expression ofearn has given place to one of happiness In her hig blue ryes X Y Tines A UNIQUE DISTINCTION ClrrgymaacIlmu a Stbuut and Keeps Ip the UIKU of n Mnrijulsatr There mire nut many clergymen who live in a castle run u school and keep tip tin dignity of a mar quisate at the same time It is the unique distinction of Lord Norman by that he lilies mill three says St lames lazette Many sons of no liltmen have been trained at Lord Normanbys beautiful Mulgrave cas tie overlooking the North sea near Whit by and the marquess who is at once proprietor tutu headmaster of the school leas won fur it a lasting reputation His lays are perhaps the only boys in England to call the holder of five titles of peerage headmaster It is said that Lord Nor manby gently wields an iron rod and that his discipline is of the strictest kind but no boy humus ever left him it is said with anything but the happiest of recollections A story which ought to lhe true has been tltldof the marquess who is morctier a canon of Windsor and a friend of the king The wife of n millionaire the story goes wrote to Lord Normanby proposing to send her son to his school and asking if his lordship was careful about the social position of his pupils She must have been astonished by Lord Xornianbys surer which ran Madame Fur so long as your son conducts himself well and pays due attention to his work I shall make no inquiries as to the antecedents of his parentSt James Gazette The Wasted Blood Whila fair was being held rev cently in a small town in Helgium the owner of a menagerie announced that one of the villagers who was known to possess great courage would enter that evening a cage con taming two lions mind remain there laminuteWhn was noised abroad every use determined to witness the novel sight andas a result there wert several hundred persons in front of the lions cage when the perform once began At a signal from the owner the courageous villager entered the cage and stooti watching the lions They however took not the slightest no tice of him mid after 15 minutes had expired he left the cage As he did so n storm of hisses greeted him and the next moment such an uproar arose that the owner summoned the police and the enter tainment came to an end expectedrthat the lions would attack the vii lager and they were disappointed because no blood had been shedStray Storks Alarmingly Capable Simpson Id be afraid to marry n girl like Miss Hopkins JenkiashOh who can run an auto mobile as she does would manage a husband clear down to the ground Detroit Free Press Ileartleu Drop me a line cried the excur sionist who had fallen overboard Whats the use calmly rejoined partyThere DallyNor 11 f ii i A MIDNIGHT TRAGEDY Farmer ItonBtd from Sleep by Mania Wlf to a Straggle for Life or Death Stealthily hiding a large kichen iuightdressrMrs Otis Finbart wife of a farmer living two miles northwest of Grand Meadow Minn retired to bed the other night In the middle of the night the woman suddenly attacked her husband Site Lucked hubs neck with vicious blows while he struggled in a frenzy of fear to overpower her She clung to him with furious strength but his efforts were effect ual in diverting the blows slue rimed at him Suddenly wrenching himself free he sprang from the bed snatched ii Y DASHED OUT OF TUB HOtSE up their two children and dashed out of the house mite the snowstorm at tired only in hubs nightdress The children were likewise thinlyclad Finhart slung by the cold ami fearful for his little ones run barefooted through the storm and the snow to a neighbors house a quitter of a toile mistily There he left the children timid was given sonic clothes Refusing mummy attention for himself he started hack home the blood still running from the gushon his neck and his feet and hands numb with the frost When he came litwithin sight the house it was in hurt had set tier to the struct mire in set eral places and the blaze wits spread tug rapidly- InsluiugInto the fire Finhart sought to rescue the craed woman He could not penetrate far and was forced to retreat The house was destroyed Then he sea his wife on the road snaking her way wailing and moaning toward the house of Chris Nelson about half a toile distant Finhart ruft after her iud found that she was fearfully burned Her tit of insanity seemed to have passed and slit was taken to the house where her children were She will die Besides being badly burned her feet were frozen III health iis said to he tier cause of her mental collapse The Kinharts are well to do and respected in the community BETRAYED BY GIGGLES Two San Franrliro thIsMagaerad- lag u Hoya lie raleU Tlirlr Sri In a Iunuy Nat- Miss May Harry and Miss Catherine Scott of San Francisco had an ex- ceedinglyI embarrassing half hour in a police court because they mus qucraded in male at i ire on a dare but forgot to stop gigglingi The giggles caused all time mischief and betrayed the two young girls o MARCHED TO THE STATION a heartless policeman who starched them before the judge Miss Scott and Miss Barry were dared to dress up in the clothes of their brothers and so arrayed make the round trip on the street cars to the mission and hack They reached the end of the line without detec lion and misting the return car started to walk sooner than wait tint half hour Theywere swaggering along in fines style until the policeman appeared and then they took a long breath and marched past him He suspect ed nothing until they had gone A step or two beyond him when ho heard an unmistakable and motfeminine giggle Hold on there young fellers said the policeman upon which ha war greeted with a perfect 011ofgiggles which settled the case of the young women Escorted by the policeman they were marched a mila or more to the station and meld there until the proper garments could be procured from their homes Their explanation that they did not know there was any wrong in tho prank satisfied the judge who nd vised them either to let boys clothes alone or stop giggling when they went masquerading setter Vnamokcd Smithers never lights one of his cigars Just keeps it in his mouth and hews the end Ive often wondered whyYou wouldnt if you hadesmokedone of them Cincinnati Commercial Tribune He Had Boncht Some SheDo you understand the lan gunge of flowers HeWell I know that roses meal bankruptcy Chicago Americas r lf CARRIAGES ON RUNNERS One of the Qurwrslghta OB the la land of Madeira la the Awkward 11 ode of Conveyance An unfortunate episode a few days ago brought to the attention of Amer icans till island of Madeira and at the same time afforded a glimpse of one of its most peculiar customs A wealthy resident of Funehal the chief town and seaport of time island accord ing to an English dispatch was riding through its streets in a vehicle called by the Portuguese a carro when he was set upon so it was reported by a number of American sailors says a writer in the New York Tribune The United States training ship Hartford had anchored in the harbor tumid it is charged that these members of her crew who had gone ashore for a few hours leave had drunk too deeply of the wine for which Madeira is famous H H Byrne was on board the United States gunboat Castine when slur visit ed Madeira lust year Froni his acv count of what he saw there the reason- shy tipsysailors might take it into their heads to attack a Carrot is easy to explain In all Madiera which ton tains little that iis American there iis nothing more grotesquely unAmeri can than a carro This vehicle Ion sists of a large liunlxring sled some times with a canopy sometimes with no protection whatever against the sun It is drawn by a tents of oxen or u pair of muscular men A sled in St Petersburg or Sitka in the winter time would seem a practical proposition limit in a part of till world which is within a few degrees of the tropics mini in the same latitude as Jerusalem or Jacksonville Fla one would think such a vehicle an utter absurdity Such however iis teat the case The people of Madeira url by no means insane and their use of sleds over cobblestones under hunt summer suns has proved itself to their way of thinking entirely practical When a foreigner getst into a carro he is first inclined to regard it all use huge joke latter he changes his mind There are two attendants who serve as a sort of driver and footman only the driver goes ahead and leads the oxen and time footman walks still fur timer in the van mud smears the cobble stones with grease to give easier sliding to time runners As a result the streets of the city are slippery mimic LLmkand in the hot sun they mire filthy indeed As theI occupant of the carro goes sliding along with his nose within a few feet of a centurys accumulation of grease he iis not in dined to be in a joking humor The people of Madeira say that wagons mire iimpracticable because their roadsare too hilly Although time island contains 315 square miles and is only sewn muffles larger than thecity of New York its highest peak is about nIl tall as Mount Washington Most of the land iis accordingly at a steep aught It iis racier to drag a sled up a greased incline these Madeirans say thou to haul time saUlt weight at the same angle in a wagon Then again a wagon iis more likely to run wild go hog downhill as it cannot be steered ns safely- In addition to the carro the Ma deirans use for transportation a hani mocklike conveyance called a rode In this the passenger hangs from a poly such end of which is supported by a husky native who are able to carry one up time steepest places with u safety that is assured by long and constant training Tilt two mIll swing together as they walk or trot so that tbe motion given the occupant of the hammock is not an unpleasant one GOLF FOR OLD MEN Some ttnicll h ldeaa on the Ciiime Tha4 Ilea Heroine So Iop smart The sneer that golf iis a game only for those not agile and venturesome enough for games of greater danger has long ago faded from gulf criti cism and now it has actually conic to pass that golf is arraigned ns n game dangerous for men who maybe described aged says the Lon don Globe It is said that ifmm man all through his life has followed sedentary habits allowing his muscles to become weak and flabby particularly those muscles in the regime of the heart golf tummyvery easily prove too severe a strain for his system Hut in the pages of a golf journal this viewi is partially criticised bytine who did not Login the game till he wits verynear the neighborhood 00 He declares that it is a matter of beginning gently and he tells us that in his own case he does not find two rounds a day particularly exhausting At time same time he confesses that he has always been an enthusiast fur out door exercise and is inclined to think that for a man who has never taken physicalexerciserather a rare experienceit may be a little exhausting to begin wifti It is all a matter of not overdoing it at first but unfortunately so attractive iis the game that the oldest beginners arc tempted to go in for it rather more vigorously than is wjse The result of all this latest pother seems to be that like everything else in life it iis wisdom at the outset to go slow and this is a verdict that aged beginners should lay to heart Time C ae Started Did U Miss Me Pa said the lov ing and convalescent wife when 1 was s0 ill I had to have the M D More than tongue Nan tellanswcre 1 the husband Not for the Jnd would I have it so again La said the wife I hope the woman did the Wash all right When I get out Im afraid Ill look like I came out of the Ark And all that Mass of stuff the doctor save me O you must take me to Dels and let me have a feast Ala carte And then he sadly thought that even in the sacredness of home there are Conn games Baltimore American An AchlnR Void Brooks said Kivers second time youve used the term aching void How can a void ache Well said Brooks reflectively not to speak of a hollow tooth dont you sometimes have the hea- dachesN Y Press 14 Attractive Ways of Dressing thU HAYS of yore Dame Fash dictates were fol JIlx carefully in the arranging of the hair sett but little regard us to effect upon the individual lint the modern woman cares but little what Dame Fashion says ulna thus im portant subject and proceeds to ar rouge her coiffure in the manner best suited to hrriuditidnalstyleuLruuty- or to help out a plain face There are so many varieties of fairs and so many different shapes of heads and styles of beauty that to at tempt to desoribe a mode for each would involve one in an endless task and one that when completed would be unsatisfactory to the great ma I jority for whom the task was under taken It must necessarily remain with the individual to determine what best suits her and but a few Migges tions may be given lucre together with tilt illustrations A talented and au thoritive writer on this subject re 1cently said Just putting a mite of willful hair this way or that just raising or lower ing the site of the coil making it lung or short tight or loose wreathing the face with fluffiness or allowing the features to stand out in unrelieved beautytheyneed to be beautiful to let them do so massing the hair upon the brow or drawing it high above or coquetting with it in whimsical hash ion in any of the numberless betwixt and between degrees each has its value in determining the effect of the whole jI DaintyModelsI I ii in Tea Gowns I Many Trttty Fancier That AN In Value This Winter I Empire tea gowns are the vogue of the season in negligee And there is I no just reason why they should not be for they are the most beautiful of all the many forms of house gowns and especially when worn with time attrac list lace trimmed skirts of which we see many In the empire model the portion below the yoke falls in accor dion plaits or gathers inset all around with Ince insertions or elaborately embroidered In length it usually conies to just lbelow time waist line but it varies according to the styleI of figure Then there are the half fitting tea jacket and the short closefitting one IuIefulII part fitted closely as the fronts fall tIecioltdlbaqtleI Narrow insertions of lace stripe this i jacket in vertical lines all around Or I it may lie made of tucked crepe de chine like the model shown and striped around with lace insertion Velvet ribbon is threaded through LETTERS FROM HEAVEN Strange Comnanleallona of an Ja lanapolU Crank to the Nation al Treaanr Department For five or six years the treasury de partment has periodically received a Iletter or epistle from an Indianapolis man who signs himself United States in Heaven and who dates his epistles Heaven The latest of these commu nications is in line with all the others and although brief in interesting as showing the class of matter which sometimes reaches the executive departments This one is dated Heaven 52 9 15 and is as follows I do not care to set up my opinion in controversy with the others of the American bar but I have opposed the Panama canal because I think it un wise because the French company has a doubtful title It is signed United States in Heaven corlresrondentI iir ttf f Straight hack from the forehead with just a lock brought rO lIi5hI1 down in dashing piyunncrsbecomin vetrA hi thelengthlargealldi smallftatuni roilhigh1 pompadour almost o the eyes Irregularity of feature is often corrected by somewhat high hair dressing with a dip more or less marked extending onto the forehead fly snaking time dip the right length and arranging till hair on either Mile with proper fullness rare effects can be brought out 1irge features usually require a softening frame of hair shout the face How full and how low depends upon the contours A large brow iit effectively decorated with a curl or with short locks on either side Oflominftilti waving or fluffy puffed design A part with the side hair well thrown out bj roughing iit and the coil put on the top well to the fore suits the rotund visage The ear hidden with a tot large ponquudourextendinglikeabaabout the fair is youthful and prttty for the medium fair For each lidof lh coil to have some tinisuing touch of its own iis a late fancy for the elaborate coils over tbe insertion in front at the back and on the sleeves ending iu loops and endsCrepe de chine is a popular material for these little garments made in any style and anycolor Chinasilk or any of the soft thin silks and veilingare used while chariiing little breakfast jackets are made of French flannel Some of the more dressy models are made entirely of Alencon lace over chiffon and pretty dainty little mod els are carried out in the washable chiffons with lace trimming One mod el in white China silk has a full back half fitted to the figure with rows of shirring at the belt line in the back The fronts are in sacque form edged with lace falling at either side of a blouse vest of chiffon The picturesque sleeves worn now help out the elegance of the tea jacket immensely and the draperies may be as long and flowing as you like Bruges lace is very much used for trimming of all sorts of negligee gar ments as well as underwear and tbe prettiest lace jackets are made of the light fine laces such as Alencon Brussels and French point The neck may have a round collar of lace or plaited mull with rows of black baby ribbon on the edge fastened at the bust with a rosette and loops of ribbon The sleeves in a big puff below the elbow should bare a turnback cuff to match the collar ELLEN OSMONDB to the waste basket and frurm there are carried out by the charwomen who clean up the treasury department So answer is sent to this alleged beafen 13 correspondent In tome nf the de partments the heads areo exceedieff ly courteous in their treatment of cor respondents that they might be dial posed to insist upon an answertocom munications of this kind but this is not so In tIme treasury department- At the white house rays tbe Vafh ington Star unless it Is teen absolutely I that n person is crazy his or her communication iis always respondent0- in the most courteous manner Pure Charity I had no idea that told bras qmt W3la philanthropist until 1 taw him circu lating a petition yesterday for the purpose of raising money to enables poor widow to pay her rent Oh Graspu is all right He oPt the house the poor widow lines 1La Modem Society I 1IE CRAFTY SULTAN jlul Hamld Is a Statesman as Well as a Fanatic llrnl In the Iteinlnnce4- f1amand 1tlleveI In Ills Own tnrlap- lllog H wr Cheat fur Future iar- yaderttesuurttbat i niislraiing title faceuuuiau Intrigues and Their lipt laulbier1 IK Nroutribf- lea o- pletits tin Fortnightly Keview a very arkabie ant ex remcly interesting I t riWe upiU iurkl and her futurea the Turks tr morrcorre tly upon aJld the jfchainmetian gererally and apirayDeietioni With the Macedonian priblem Mchiis the to miiiiii i subject f his are j title Capt tiaiuliirr deals briefly his BiYn plil1t beingthat none of the Sjcfdonian racesis fit to dominate the todntryand that the true Macedoni JlS are the Moslems He riilieues till ids of degenerate Greece founding Iew Byzantium via Mucrdnnia and CCtf at the idea 11f Italian preten in Alhania Left singlchanded Li enciiuuter with Turkey in Atria 1 or in Tripoli the fiasco of the Ibusinian campaign would be repeat edItf who Iis really on top in the gasL and he illlc11 t11 remain so mere iis nn question of degeneracy in that quarter The Turk Iis nut an expire When we roinemlier howitrrace then Ottoman empire has dwindled away are apt to think of theTurksasa dying people hut locking under the slur fate and remembering that Islamism fcamatter of faith nut of territory c eeanpelfacreettitIi many Moslems that the shrinkage of their power in Europe isi not a misfortune A deep thinking Turk once remarked to Capt Gambler He would be a bold man vho would predict that the poIytheiMn of the Christian would nut give place in pother 600 years to the less compli cated belief in the one God of Moham mti The 600 tears represent the lid nntage in age which Christianity has had over Islam ui To keep alive the faith in the One atd Indivisible God is the set purpose SULTAN ABDUL HAMID OAs Unbounded Fath in the Renaissance ol bam of Abdul Ratios life He looks on Christianity lead while the spirit which conquered half the world jis only dormant in his eople Tathe hands of the omnipotent om Ih tnt sultan converge all the threads The caliph iIs indefatigable Eiiiiig early he works harder than a London accountant For hours he re sites a procession of secretaries min titers ulemas dragomans lpetitioners emissaries from all parts of the world When their turn comes they find that the wltan knows all about their busi aessand disposes of it without asking wjones advice that he has cogni anee of everything that passes in his eicpire inchoate and loosely governed u it appear to be The sultans favorite theory in cross aaninMlon iis that glen enough rope Uj nan will hang himself trnnunphantRemade kM and has used the Germans as an pariuwniouanI li uponUlions counted for and peter see the light ofr dq late piling up a war chest for fu eidentlJtAlaksi Cll he should for Mohammedanism has mighty a force in the world a s Gtholicismall the more so because tie common intelligence of mankind iis it revolt against sacerdotalism byliefarseeingf 1 PLUCKY GIRL IMMIGRANTS fadred Are Prparlc tea Leav e Eacland to Seek New Hume IB South Africa The domestic servant problem iisI inethk commissioner recently iissued an belIthy1If1l5h lleSouth Africa their home In r- e1p to this appeal 50 plucky young lintk1isiessss a London Ueport foraeIrAfIicaai is16eto send out 1 th5I5 e Cape Colony and atal are satia leavetaksW rv Westbourne terrace where lest of the girls lived until the t ime of funN1 I thltthcllIaadleaTolDmrY a me He kin teller past an yer JwreiCfiiaitoieGee hitt I youkingummyMat EaolUtWtategotistAa 5hisbusrncsyouCbical t HAD IT ALL READY The Returned Traveler Gave thp Reporter the whole Thing In a utnkrll pmlillhtworived hove the other day and when a reporter culled at his loose to inter view him the little affair was Luau to lit typewritten and all ready for instant delivery ivlate Ih1IClres It reads as follows I gained 11 Ipounds 1Ia Ill t felt so well for ten years Climate of Montana is the mos glorious in hwllrld Suns many Indiaiii Suits many In duns playing poUer bringhomeor so it will be left out fur about W nights to freee Bought several Indian arrows stained with bl1111111 I Didnt ask whether itWIS human or cow blood They utter make Guyex planation in Montana Kode a burking broncho Lsua results followed Itroucho also broke leis neck at the sunn tiiiu Was impressed by the mountains Have returned home dissatisfied with Michigan because she has none Saw many genuine cowboys Vii rather disappointed to Ii ud most of them deacons of churclns but was assured that they ulllllut IIIIJI it Vas out after grizzly hears several times but obtained no inter view Was told that this was the season when they retire to the tops of the highest trees to hibernate I did not argue the matter They never argue in Montana Heard the hovvl of a mountain lion one evening when returning to camp Was informed that lit was howling to pass away the time am that he probably hadnt heardof my being out there Made no remarks Uemarks dont go iin Montana Descended into a canyon 310 feet deep Not brim lighted by electricity and all the saloons being IIIell- it was rather lonesome down there Visitors to Montana are helxd lute the depths of canyons without extra charge Saw the tracks of an elk Might have seen the elk who trade the tracks if I had followed the trail three or four weeks longer Was neither encouraged oar discouraged by theI people They let you do as you want to in Montana Saw ai man hung for stealing a horse It wasnt clear whether it was a horse or u steer hilt as he wanted to he hung they didntttsplit hairs user it The people of Mon tana are an accommodating lot They would have hung ate had I r iuestei it This is all Do not fail to speak of me as an eminent citicn and one largely interested in the future of Detroit and see that the proofs of this article art read twice and are clear of mistakes ROOSTER WANTED TO DIE Vbru He Lout IUr In a Huiulll- atliitf Manner He Laid Hla Head I on the hock 1rides a terrible thing I tell you remarked New Rochelle cow muterYes said the man who haul got on the train nt Iedhum Manor Yes That young fellow cutting away for the other idtlf the worlti just because the girl made a fool of him reminds me of the Langshau rooster we had up at our place He was a tinelooking cock old he hail bussed the barnyard so long that he hurt of came to think he was infallible Kosebery says that was what happened to Napoleon who got beaten at last simply because he thought he couldnt be Yes responded the Ielham cite ien Well this rooster grew careless and when he put on too many lordly airs one due a cross old hen up and perked his left eye out in plain view of the whole colony of chickens You never saw such humiliation 11 your life It want tine loss of the eye all much ns the loss of prestige tune hurt He never was himself again Every coukerel in the yard made open fun of him the hens strutted close to him with shocking ini ertinence and terry sprig of n chicken sauced him with trust offensive impudence Ho pined away his feathers drooped and he became the pariah of tIll barn yard sneaking around by himself to pick up stray grains of corn whet the rest of the fowl had finished feeding One day I went out to get a plump hen for dinner I laid the hatchet on the block where I usual ly cut off the heads of chickens and was moving around to pick out a fa- tlone when mywife called me to look ndIdr 1lying flat on the block was the proud rooster He had hopped up there and put his head down close to the hatchet and waited for me Did you kill him asked the other man says the Xew York Mail nnd Express as the narrator paused I didnt want to but saywife begged me to put him out of hii misery He wasnt very good eating but I made him the subject of aI pretty fine talk about pride which as I said before is a terrible thing He got off at One Hundred and Twentyninth street with his hud erect Toe FUkrr Maldrn Once upon a time a young woman 1who was an exception to her sex went fishing for compliments and succeed ed in hooking and landings great many of them She was told of lien amiability in telligence beauty and extreme mod esty all of which delighted her ext ceedingl When she wus told earnestly the young men courted her good opinion and how very jealous allI the younglnjlicfijvere of her attractive 1ness hit r pleasure w sj fyond bounds Mora Fishing always encourage lyingX Y Herald A fnaLnlmotui Jury At tin inquest on a case of suicide re cently lucid in England the foreman re turned tbis remarkable verdict ThE jury are all of one mind temporarily anelaw Notes I U LESSON IN AMERICAN HISTORY IN PUZZLE II SltiXIc TUB IIBCIAIIATIO uf IMIKl BMBMrK IM nil Thnmaji JrtTpr on- On June S 1770 a resolution was offered in the Xontinen oursat Philadelphia declaring the states free nod indepeniUnt and a c0 nutittee of Ilive wes namedl to draw up the dccliration Thomaj Icfforson wrote the greater part of the historic document though Adaius did must of the speaking in its favor The dee hlratiotl was completed1 on June 2s the day of the British defeat at Fort Moultrc and was signedi on lulv 4 17 0 i AN UNTIDY PRINCESS Caroline Aflrrwnrd the Queen or George ttVof HiiKlanil Wai Slut eDIT In the Hlrrrar- To be delicately clean in clothes and person iis as much a matter af rouge today us iis the habit of wear ing garments or shaking hands That it was ifot always so says London Modern Societyttr were reminded I lay or two since when prrusiug a letter of the first earl of Mulmes bury written when that astute diplomatist was trill to escort the Trio cess Caroline of Krunswick to huge land to be the bride of the prince of Wales afterward tieorge IV The WII wu lung in those days and urlllljwilk prillle1withI April before she was safely landed en British s jjl four Lord Malmcs bury did his best with his eccentric charge and used the time in tryingi t i 1t11irltljprilllsj 1Prilll11minutlIn days huupand pow der this seemed to him only about I time enough to get n dairymaid ready J for tilling the milking pail He write I to his confidential friend the then J I III on delicacy of speaking On tthese points endeavored as far as war I possible for a mane to inculcate tilt aeressityof great and nice attention to every part of dress us well as t what was lend as to what was to lie seen I know she wears coarse petti coats and coarse linen and thick stockings ami these utter well i washed nor changedoften enough jj gate her credit for her boast of snort toilet What I could nut say further on this point I gut aili through women through MIIK Busche and afterwards through Mrs Harcourt It iis remarkable how amazingly her education has been neglected on this point and how much her mother although an Eng lisp woman was inattentive to it- The earl was a little bit mistaken in that last remark The cllllhII Brunswick although the sister of King George III was as utterly Ger man in training and in ideas us she conM possibly be She inherited all the regrettable qualities of the first two Hanover kings anti she early married one of the most despicable of the petty potentates that swarmed in Germany under the somber shadow of Frederick the Great It appears an if no woman ever born could have been fitted to be tin wife of the profligate prince it would have needed the nature of an angel and the patience of a thousand Jobs to have put up with him as i husband But in all Europe there could not have been a creature less suited to reform Carlton house than Princess Caroline It iis on record that her father wished a certain Mme Ilosenweit to accompany her to England as her reader and when the request was refused the duke took Lord Mahnt bur aside and explained that the lady was quite I insignificant and unimportant but that he much wished her to ncconi puny the princess for Caroline writes ill and spells ill so is accuse tomed to trust to Mme Kosenzwpit on all occasions And this at a time when letter writing was a fine art and the most flippant person prided himself on the turning of II Ill I phrases and the graceful expression of pretty conceits The earl sums up the character of the unfortunate Caroline in these words She has quick parts without a dif tinguishing understanding realty caughtvby the first impression led by the 1first impulse Talkative prone to confide in mksifth friendships that lost 24 hours Some natural moral- It but no strong notions of its value nor of its necessity Without a grain of dignity or an idea of de corum Was it much wonder that poor Caroline wrecked herself and that she and her precious husband betwix them nearly wrecked tile Engliah Monarchy u itJ n A CURIOUS MEAL tnup of Itr1111 Soldler I inalb Africa Irdut rd lu a IIr ur Jam end Monkey During tl4e Smith African wlar says London Titltlts our soldiers have had sonic very queer meals such as utrtuliecobs strai tut jappatticcooked with thllubidi hrh th nuddsteaks etc but the most curious meal hue ever catch was IloWII tin the Port ii- glutse border while on the march with tlien Itulkr 1nysoldier who was with hell huller at Lydenburg will remember that after the occupation of that place we were short of rations and whjha1II convoy to Nieel Sprllila small station on the Portuguese border about M mules distant to bring back rations and forage On the way down we IlIItt many natives who us usual clamored for sums small trifles such us matches rte tinting nothing else hit my rations which consisted of four biscuits and one tin of beef gave thou away thinking that 1 should be tilde to get plenty at the end of the journey but was to be disappointed and found to my sure Irnw that the convoy was to be fur and tobacco only as the rations hadJ tf1lIr I nlIfill predicament to be placed in es jtlllr11Ite wagons IlIadl1- On the journey down luringnn the right flank I noticed lots of mon keys and troops of baboons who ran off as we approached chattering andl Suddenlyitf these monkeys I have Ilta IdIIf people rating them in some parts of the world so why nut me I must myselfhadtheir rations away undH were placed in the sane situation as my selfso I suggested that we should shoot a monkey to which they agreed 1teILat soon shot one a big frlluwt and it was pitfill to set the others who instead of running away as we thought theyttuuld gathered round the dead ereafmr- toil e cried like human beingsl hunt HB we cause up they made off jabbering and cryingout piteously We carried the monkey to otir bivouac and soon had it skinned tf then made a tire there being plenty of wood about an1 in about an liflVlt time Mr Monkey was ready for din ner frizzling and crackling like a sucking pig I have tasted a goodi many dishes in all parts of the glum but this one took Ithp rake for tti our dismaywe had nut gut tine his cult among the lot of us the only thing w had being a tin of jam sn that there was nothing else1 to debut sit down and make the best o it I nudist say that it was not had at all and I think most of us made a hearty meal but I should not care to rat it too often and 1 dote t think I shall forget in a hurry the time I feasted on jam and monkey HIS FIRST EARNINGS Mark Twain Trlla How Ire fircar- Pursaor of tIve Dollars is Early Tooth While traveling recently Mark Twain yeas asked by a hi adI1nd fellow passenger if he remembered the first money he had ever earned Yes answered Mr Clemens puffing I meditatively on his cigar I have a distinct recollection of it When I was a youngster 1 attended school in a place where the use ofI the birch rod wus not an unusual I event It was against the rules tc murk the desks in any manner th t penalty being a fine of the dollars or public chastisement Happening to violate the rule OB one occasion I wus offered the alternative I told my father and us he seemed to think it would be too bad for me to be publicly punished he gave me the five dollars At thatt periodof my existence five dollar was n large sum while a whipping was of little consequence and 100 here Mr Clemens reflectivelyr knocked the ashes from his cigar well he finally added that was how I earned my first tire dollars 1 C M1 6 N1iwa rI A CONFUSION OF DATES n iw Alaka lard the thlllpplaea Keep Their Calendar with the world llrlablllltit there be a whereabouts at allout the earths surfacei the place where the diy may be considered to begin and where the date consequently has to be changed A hIJIIf course is a reality it iis the time occupied by the earth in making one rotation on its axis But a so defined every meridian on tho earths surface huts a day of its own But it would be impassible to regulate human affairs upon the basis of each meridian haying its own day it I IU matter of necessity to reckon acconiing to the dayof some selected station says the Ulasgow Evening Times Formerly rush nation was wont to reckon time from a station of its own whence came much confusion affecting many questions Nowadays however practically the whole win Id has agreed to take Greenwich as the selected station to make it the gen erul tit meridian whence tune and geographical longitude are alike reek oned Well IbO degrees east anti 1M degrees west are iidentical meridian It will IK seen ilt once that it entirely depends upon whether you have reached it by proceeding eastward or liy proceeding westward whether you reckon on the day on this meridian Saturday ur Friday And further If coming eastward you continued your reckoning after you crossed the ISO degrees meridian you would tind yourself calling Sunday morning that which those who were coming toward you from the west were calling Saturday morning while the latter after they had crossed the 1SU licgreesi meridian iu the course of the continuance of their journey would lid they likewise maintain unchanged their mode of reckoning be calling Friday night that which you had just called Saturday night Thus then Tile ireenwich day bee gins at the ISO licgrees east meridian The date therefore must change there or other ice intolerable confu sion would result Compromise there fore hell as a necessary complement to theI general agreement adopted the ireenwich davt1 the using of the ISO degrees cast meridian aoo the basis of the date line or line of boundary at which the duct Iis changedI In travel ing eastward the date iis rectified by doubling the day iti culling two suc cessive day bythe same name while in traveling westward it iis rectified by dropping a diy out ie passing at once say from Saturday to Monday in both cases the change beiig made at the IsO degrees meridian In actual practice the arrangement iis unit quite so simple practical requirements necessitate another compromise Though it mostly traverses ocean the 1HI degrees meridian crosses land at a few points and in order to avoid the confusion inevitable with a charge of date on land the actual date line is allowed to deviate somewhat from the true ineriliaii line at certain points The chief deviation is in the Bering straits the date line being made to uuterwayiustrulschatka as it would do did it follow the actual meridian The date hues recognied by the ad miralty and by the Lnited States navy are almost the same The meridian Trusses un island of the Fiji group and in consequence were it not fur a convenient deviation itsiuliabituutsulightifthrychmerujoy rttllrllingfrulIIother experiences suitable to comic operaAs a matter of fact some queer things resulted in Alaska when it wav Russian territory Fur the Ktissatis havingcollie by tvayof Siberia had thetaewestward had brought theirs So on the frontier line it might be Sunday and church time for the Russians and Saturday and market day for their neighbors In one town with mixed population a state of affairs existed involving possibilities thus described uueefriends or un American can enter Uus siu where he will tied it tomorrow and enjoy the Xew Years dinner with his Itussian neighbors awl return home iu ample time to spend the old year with his Tamil Alaska of course now uses the American date In the Philippines the difficulty also made itself felt atone time inasmuch as while within the sphere of the Asiatic duty they used the amrrcan our the Spaniards having first reached them from the American side It thus happened that Luzon aunt Celebes though on the sane meridian em reckoningIended the confusion by suppressing the 31st of December of that year thus adopting the Asiatic dating from 1843 Manila Plan Ill Manila the principal plaza i iabeautiful flower garden two sides of which are bordered by the cathedral and the Ialacio del Gobernador while the other two are thanked by private residences It iis also used as u place for recreation for young and old Here on certain evenings of the week an excellent band aids iu drawing crowds of citizens rho either do jjot care for a drive or ride to meet some friends or prefer a short walk 1and a breath of air laden with the perfume of tropical vegetation For those who like a drive or ride on horseback and to inhale the sea breeze there is a boulevurd consist ing of two roads which meet in a right angle one of which runs along the sea like where they have every day about sunset a regular Torso which after a few turns in carriage or on horseback invariably culminates in a social gathering just at the angle where the two roads meet end where the music of the military is supposed to be the chief attrac tion If nobody listens to its strains it serves at all events as a pretext for the people to exchange the news af the day Moreover it is here that tnvital ions for the rest of the evening are given aftakenDetmolt Free Press c ii1 1 I HANDY CART FOR CANS It Makra the Tran frrlna of Milk renal the Dairy to the Waicon or 3111k Stand Very Easy A necessary adjunct to a cow sta hleis a convenient easy mode of trans ferring to milk eons from the stable dairy to the wagon or milk stand The cut shows a cart that may be used to advantage for either one large can or four small ones The advantage of such a cart is that it has wheels large enough to run CAUT FOK CAUHYING MIIK easily over uneven ground and Ithe Ludyof tIll cart is wide enough to prevent upsetting There is a similar cart manufactured but it may he made out of u discarded axle and palm of light wheels that may be picked Thlhurright angles from the huh bearing A bar the saute size iis wjelded on and curried amass to the other side This drop axle forms a cradle to support the box or frame11 S antes in- Iarm and Home KEEP UP DAIRYING In Tluir uf Advrmlly sad llrprrulon the Cow la the Farmer Mont ll IUI Ir Maudb In times of prosperity it is well not to forget the days of adversity that we hut seen sad may see again To day there iis money in almost any kind of farming More money can be made in raising beef and pork perhaps than in making butter but this iis a condi tion that belongs tope perity Wh11I the gloomy days come and and the steer cease to return u profit iis the time when the cow iis found to be a standby The profit slur returns in prosperity and in adversity iis not a large one lint it iis a profit nlert hell and nut to be despised It jis very noticeable a time when other things are returning losses So at this time the cow should nut he forgotten Many n man will have to fall back on heryet During the hard times of a few years ago thousands of men went to milking cows that lhad never done so bee fore hut they discovered then that they had not been preparing their lInelIUutlthem very little profit They had heroin the past breeding to beef bulls and bad calves of mixed blood They then wished they had saved their best calves fur milkers yt after theclouds had passed stay they forgot all about their former experiences and went to seH their good cows and good calves and eeding dairy cows to beef bulls They are likely to repeat their old mistake and experience the old regrets What should be dune at this time iis to keep the best dairy toss and breed them to the best dairy bulls re tanning their calves if they show signs of developing into good milkers In this way a fairly good lot of cuss will be ready for work when needed It iis sad to relate that at this time even good cows are tiring sent to the butcher the owner having become fixed in the idea that prosperity Iis henceforth to be perpetual Farmers nilwILiquid Manure for Plant One reason why liquid manure is Fo much advocated is its genuine efficacy Thus i ia good time to speak of the matter for the reason that the blooming season of last hyacinths and other bulbs is at hand and these are much benefited by frequent doses of liquid manure convenient form to apply is to takI three iuch flower pot full of cow manure and mix it in a large garden call of water Dilute this by the saute amount of fresh enter and apply 1 wiU week An ounce of nitrate of soda dissolved in four gallons of water is said to be a 4uick and good liquid stimulant for bulbs In applying liquid to bulbs the time to begin is whets the puts are filled with roots and flower spikes are rise ible Cincinnati Commercial Tribune EZectlve Dairy In trnrlln A novel mtthlldof dairy instruct ion which has been very successfully ear vied out the past two summers in Cape Breton and Nova Scotia is that of a traveling dairy combining lectures and actual practice with modern up todate apparatus properly used Miss Laura Rose conducted this traveling dairy school and during the past season held 171 meetings addressing over 6000 people traveling 723 miles test ing 640 samples of milk and making 003 pounds of butter Three counties were covered this year in addition to four last season in Cope Breton Seer retary of Agriculture Chipman says the work will continue till every county in reached This iis a great contrast to the remarkable indifference shown by many of the states in our common wealth which toasts such progress Mange Parasites on horses There are three groups of mange parasites which attack horses The Writes are so small that they can easily be overlooked in making an examina tion Except the mange of the patt ern joints the disease is very difficult to cure unless it is treated in the early stages Sulphur ointment and tobacco infusions ore good remedies but usu ally severalI applications will be neces sary Vaseline containing ten per cent of carbolic acid and carbonated glycerine are also good as they soften the skin and kill the mites Every pre caution should be taken to prevent the spread of the disease through the use of harness saddles or blankets tint have been used on the dt astdaJli vials i ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 4 Praachlcpa for Haral Trollpr Sr r t Should Not Up Granted tar 1 Long Periods r4r Electric railways are not allowed to carry freight in certain fates t owevcharters of steam railroads that give the latter a monopoly of rreight transportation Wherever suta laws exist they should be repealed The trolley system should be ope to freight as well as to passengers We considcr this matter of the must tX traordinary importance and eaunut r too stronglyI urge that whatever leg 1Iislation is necessary to accomplis this result be obtained without delayrArticles published last season JU the uso of the electric railway for tram porting farm produce ill wrsteru New Yi rk in Ohiuna ia Canada hire giien a great impetus to the trolley freight idea Electric rail ways ar being promoted all utter the Iy country It will nut be long hrtlreIconimui ication by trolley from the country to the oilyi will be wellnig I univers I ill the more thickly settled itsectstreet i ailway franchises are therefore I Injoining unite as important to r p the con jit ry as to the city a Otlieijjls iu counties and iu rural towiishfiis should rant franchisestfor electric railways only under suit able res rict ions to protect the public interest The duration of tin frail 5Ichise shouldI lit limited to a certaitt number of years and the charges for freight ind passenger service shouli1 be specified in the franchises as granted Care iu the granting of frumehls fur rural electric mittens will iv ill manyof the costly irist i takes njiide bytltis years ago iu giving wuy forever most vnluabli franchise fur the use of their streetaPfor railways gas conduits etc It i + inevitable that the great majority of the local trolley lines now in oper hefnlIlillal11 itruts just sis is being dune with the i team railways While the ronven hoer of electric transportation is lefired in rural districts as well as in l the iliIIiiis of grave conseqiieiicK that all contracts franchises etc for these new railways be granted tinder conditions that will cimioTte ihe public welfare in the future No franchise should be granted for longer than SO years at tier end of r which time the township or county should be entitledI to acquire theii railway upon payment of a fairly aptii praised value of tracks and equip ment Orange Judd Fannertt HINT FOR LOG SAWING I A llandr Arrangement Which Kubai Ia lard Tk or Ie Most tIs- tgrerabte Feature Many farmers draw their winter sup ply of wood to the door in the lug and saw it at odd times with a cross outtlsaw This iis easy and pleasant wllrkI when the Ilog iis raised abut two ftII from the ground but very difficult tedious when it lies flat upon 1bC ground A handy arrangement for holding and raising the logs Iis easily made as shown in the sketch Take two straight poles 16 fret long and strung enough to bear the serainrI it A CHOPPERS DEVICEI f Fasten a pair of stout legs about therehfeet long to one end of each pole Theni with a twoinch auger Mire a swim of holes along the top of math and Ht a wooden pin or stake to them The andseach lug rolled up the incline until ii5 reaches the desired height The pins rare inserted to prevent rolling or illI i ing buckatud the lug iis read for the- saw I III find it better when sawing in this manner not to cut the hlixks luitfIIIT nt first but let them hang bya few inlhfolid wood until all are nearly j eau off when a few strokes of the saw Trs will separate them By this means atess lug iis held steady and its equilibrium 1 preserved C O Ormsby in Farm and HomeaGOOD ROADStt t jEj Rral Free Delivery Routes to nIMaintained Where IllKh improvediIrara Are The post office department has Ijj plan under consideration which ifIadopted will help to do away wills the bOil roads to be found in svmany parts of the country It ia tf have inspectors appointed in the rural freedelivery part of the service whose duty it shall be to determine whether the roads over whichII t it is proposed rural carriers shalLItravel are fit At present the department is swamped with complaints of the muii Sal carriers about the condition f the roads over which they are eaii pected to carry the mail The duty of the inspectors shall be to exam i tae all the roads about which rout y 1 plaint is made If they find the af a legation true they will notify the supervisors of the townships through which the roads pass that unless theyare put in condition within a fixed time the carrier service will le discontinued There are about 14000 rural freedelivery routesN- Y World Grorrlnc Apples on Farina The growing of apples promises to be a very profitable branch of horti cultural activity in the futurtal it has ra been in the past The demand for win ter apples iline difficult to satisfy There are as yet many problems to solve as to the adaptability of vari eties to different localities but ia every locality some varieties are known that are successful there The soonest winter apple orchards are put out the better as it takes a good many years for an orchard of that kind to COM tats bearing Farmers Review I fe THE HERALDI Disfigured Skin t tWasted muscles and decaying bones What havoci- Scrofula I let alone Is capable of all that arid more It Is commonly marked by bunches In the neck Inflammations In the eyes dys pepsia catarrh and general debilityI It Is always radically and permanently cured b- yHoods Sarsaparilla I i erupii iI IiaFi liils cure ller 111 the Dlr tt1l1ionlycathartlc totake with ltioda air apUlIt IIIIi i1 iII HAZEL CREEN KY f iiTHURSDAY Jan 29 1003 Ii I Iiit Mrs Stove Hose of Lncy crock I i li3tijl llytownjlh et it1 it1AuntI Koslyn Linden is still conj l jiiI fined to her bed with typhoid fever I rSouth Cox of Monta Vista Col c GeoICox of this place t l tSomoi 20 or 25 cases of smallpox f i toi1 Wednesday evening 11 I IHarry Perkins is visiting at his t tmothers on Lacy creek Ho came in Monday from Galveston Texas 11 r rThis watch loses a halfhour n IrIshnI few days ago BE CURED of rheumatism To nil its lameness aches and pains take Hoods Sarsaparilla You must be sure to GET HOODS Misses Lou Ward and Nettie Cox c the thanks of the editor and L Lh better seveneighths for a sam h plo of the kind of candy thy can makeI i Two deaths from smallpox at i Campton on Sunday The wife of I IiTaylor Tolson in the morning and indaughter of County Clerk Tutt that night tiI IForConntlpatlan TaVe Lynns Laxative Syrup all ideal remedy foe I pleaeanthtakeandperieellf I Sold by J C Stamper lira+sy Creek W W Swango Jlaytown Ky I Never since THE HERALD started jl jlhaewe had such a hard time to 1 get local news and being cut off iifromi the mails we cant get state 11 11items or general iews- WeIi are a day late this week ow ing to illness of the editor who had two severe chills on Monday bedniij Tuesday in consequence It If That good lady Mrs E F Cecil IthasI the thanks of the editor andI f fhisbettor seveneigoths for a nice jl lot of popcorn and a bounteful I I sausageIGeorge Oldfield has our thanks i I anyIepicures mouthwater Rockefel ler nor Pierpont Morgan could buy j a better dish with all their wealth r i Mondayitf l Jan 10th at Caney of typhoid Libi s i I Iertyon the following Wednesday I He was a second cousin of W T and Lee Caskey t r rJtrll uprlli 1 1 iff billffi 1 ifI IAifIH I kt n1Bearsthel 1 IISlguturoofi Pearl Day Mattie Evans Lou Rasecand Sarah Samples assembled at r Mary Pieratts home Saturday ev ening With candy and music the little ones spent quite a jolly time r We urgently request all of our subscribers to examine the date I after their names and if behind in subscription to promptly renew We cannot call upon you person a ally nor have we the time to write If you are an honest man you will pay up without putting us to that I I trouble and if you are not letters I would have youNowj Tho crowned heads of every nation r misersMIRisersHwrites Little Early Riser Pillsare the best I over used in my fam it dthemcireconstipation biliousness sick had 10Jiat toic Onr dabbing List I For the next 30 days we will I club TilE HERALD and the following papers at the price named For instance TilE HERALD nndI 50ThriceOfLWeekly 35Weekly8 I 100ISUNNY SOUTH Literary 1 ff10 pages choice storie Ac I 25TwiceaI 25Oem 25w1 f Any paper published in the I Cnited States will be furnished to our subscribers at less than pub lishers rates And now is the time I to subscribe Mrs Fred Unrath Praidrnt Country clue Benton I IkbI I did not suns to regain my strength although the doctor gave me a tonic which he dtiiuld end wry superior but Instead ci getting better I crew weaker every day My hus I band Insisted that I take Vine of Cardul for a week and set what it would do for j me I did take the medicine and was very grateful to find my strength and health II I outII up my usual duties I am veryenthmG I astic hrltsPalsc- 1Yineof Cardui reinforces the organs of for the ordeal of preg I Inancyandchildbirth It prevent miscarriage I No woman who takes Wine of lui need fear the coming of her I takenIshe not as she was Her rapid recovery should I commend this great remedy to every expectant mother Wine of Cardui I regulates the menstrual flow I i INEoFCARDI i iTrolleying to Baltimore Our friend W J Lampton of I New York has our thanks for the current issue of Outing a mag I azine devoted to hunting fishing and field sports in which he has an article Trollojing to Balti more which we read with a great relish It describes the country traversed thoroughly and is sea soned with a spice of humor which makes some of the ludicrous situ ations quite laughable An added interest to us was the fact that we have traveled over some of the ter ritory described but not on the same kind of conveyance A Marvelous Invention Wonders never cease A machine has been invented that will cut paste and hang wall paper The field of inventions and discoveries seems to be unlimited Notable l among great discoveries is Dr consumption goodforlife Thousands have uzed it and conquered Grip Bronchitis Pneu monia and CoLBumptiou Their generalverdict is Its the best j Corjguaranteed by J Taylor Day Hazel Green and Camptondruggists N C Waddill who some years ago was connected with this office I has just launched upon the sea of journalism the Johnson JournalI i a craft similar in size to TIlE HER ALD Tho port of entry is John son Indian Territory and her two first trips show good cargos With Nelse as sailing master she ought to prove a paying packet and his friends here wish him safe voyages and pleasant weekly trips v Wonderful Nerve Is displayed by many a man enduring pains of accidental Cuts Wounds Bruises Burns ScaldsI Sore Feet or Still Joints But theres no need for it Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and cure the trouble Its the best salve on earth for piles too 25c at J T Days Hazel Green and Camptondrug Wm Murphy of Grassy crook Morgan county was on luesday administrator of the estate ofThis soninlaw David H Linden and will on Friday Feb ofIparticulars of which see bills 1r A ciroulationihad been killed between Daysboro and Dee City under very distressing circumstances She was going I to mill horseback and to avoid a embankmoatthe horse and she fell off the horse falling upon her and crushing her so badley that she died within two hours Another rumor is that the horso throw her and foil upon her killing her And still another is that she was badly injured but is still alive Unconscious From Cronp During u sudden and terrible at tack of croup our little girl was I unconscious from strangulation says A L SpaiTord postmaster Chester Mich and a dose of One Minute Cough Cure was adminis tered and repeated often It reduced the swelling and inflamma tion cut tho mucus and shortly tho child was resting easy and speedily I recovered It cures Coughs Colds I LaG rip po and all Lung troubles Ij Ono Minute Cough Cure lingers ini the throat and chest and enables the lungs to contribute pure health giving oxygen to the blood i Doubtless a good many who are behind on subscription reason like this I only owe him 1 and he wont suffer for that Ill pay him first time I see him But they forget that several hundred are thinking as they do and that the aggregate sum would help us wonderfully Now please pay us One Hundred Dollars a Box Is the value H A Tisdalo Sum merton S C places on DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Ho says I had tho piles for 20 years I tried many doctors and medicine but all failed except DeWitta Witch Hazel Salvo It cured me It isjj combination of thoa healing properties of Witch Hazel with antiseptics and emollients relieves and permanontlycures blindbleed ing itching and protruding piles sores cuts bruises eczema salt rheum and all skin diseases The town of Campton is quarantined and we have had no mail to or from that place for the past three days Indeed we have had no mail front Lexington or points beyond for that length of time Itj could reach us by the Mt Sterling route and why it does not do so is I i beyond our ken- Domestic Troubles familyruptures occasionally but these can bo lessoned by having Dr Kings Now Life Pills around Much trouble they save by their grout work in stomach and liver troubles They not only relieve DaysISons Camptoii drug stores Our friend and fellowcitizen Riley Taulbee is confined to his home by illness and Dr Nickell his attending physician thinks he is likely to develop a fever maybe a case of typhoid WEEDS Consumption is a human weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the disappearThe is porkisto digestThe to treat consump tryinftoyourselOthers Dont wait until you cant longerBeginto take Scotts Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you will soon forget it and be better for the consumptioncured at once but if you will begin in time and will be rigidlyregular in your treat ment you will win Scotts Emulsion fresh air rest all you can eat all you can thats the treatment and thats the best treatment We will send you a little of the Emul sion free Be tore that tilt plctuni in the lama of a label u on tile wnppu of every bottle of- Em you bay SCOTT BOWNE- Chemists 409 Pears St NY JCaadSri kll dragtfatfc I iF James H Stamper the dentist has located in our town for the practice of his profession That he intends to remain permanently is evidenced by n full supply of stationery which this office printed for him last week and wo com mend him to tho people The inconvenience we are now experiencing would have been over come had tho lino to Holechawa or Neola been established as sug I gested by THE HERALD some time ago A petition signed by patrons of this postoffice would have had I the desired result Each of the first five who renew their subscriptions or new subscri bers 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 Soap It in Your some And when the bowels fail to act prop LAXATIVBIthe kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and make your complexion clear Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Swango Maytown Ky LAPLANDS INSECT PESTS Stack Wile ad MocqmltOM Make UX 1a That Counter Vry Udlrabl We shall never forget one awful day just before a heavy thunderstorm when we attempted to work n match but found It quite impossible to go more than iO yards without resting A veil iis n great handicap in tooling snd we found it exceedingly dilHcult to judge ilutnnce at all accurately As to trying to watch hlrdb in ills coun try it was Impossible to do ioU for any length of time Directly one stopped jj ouch a cloud of mosquitoes gathered round ones head that otter a hurt time the bird could not be seen through the binocular owing to the dense swarm of mukijmtoes which quickly gathered in front of the glats relates a writer in Knowledge The only times in which we were able to dikcnrd our veils was after W6i had beaten the mooquitoek out of the tent and fixed the curtain over the doorway and when after rowing hard fur an hour or w on a lake we left the mosquitoes behind At one place however we met a tiny black fly in I such myriads that it became a far wore peat than the mntquitnes This fly was so small that no ordinary netting j would keep it out snit it crept into our hair and ears and tit to hard and unpleasantly that to escape going mad we were forced to pack up our thing and run away from the place Dut no one who has been in the in terior of Lapland in summer can ode q ately describe the bloodMicking insects which posset that country COUNTY NEWS NOTES LANE LOCALS 9Mrs M F Horton is on tho sick listT P Sowell spent last week in CamptonGreen Brower is very ill with mumpsM went to Campton Monday on business D J Hollon of Jeffersonville is visiting relatives hero Mrs Fanny Brewer is very ill at hor home with malarial fever Clayton Center of your town was a caller at some house near Sewellville last week II G W King went to Campton last week to do some business in tho horse trading line While making rails one day last week William Hollon received a serious wound in tho foot Miss Martha Sewell who has been teaching in Breathitt has closed her school and is now at homeMiss I Besse Hollon the charm ing daughter of J B Hollon of Neola is visiting relatives at Lane and studying music Miss Zerilda Sewell and two lit tle nieces Ethel and Annie Hor ton visited relatives in Lee City from Thursday to Saturday Miss Zerilda Sowell began a so lect school at Spring Branchschool house Monday Jan 20th She also has a class in music outside of her regular school work tI Mike has been away from home teaching since last you heard from him hut is now at homo aftd will furnish the dear old HERALD with the news from Lano as I am like Dr Stamper like to see my name in print Jan 27 MIKE A Scientific Discovery Kodol does for the stomach that which it is unable to do for itself even when but slightly disordered or overloaded Kodol supplies the natural juices of digestion and does tho work of tin 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 r f f The Keystone j of Good Health is pure food Lion Coffee aB coffee no glazing oft Iis or glue to conceal de cheapen its quality Fresh and uniform rich in flavor because always in sealed packages never in bulkII I MIRING A BALKY HORSE I ij Simple Methods stay n Employed Without Ilrortlnir to the Use of the Whip An expert states that the vice of balking in horses IK almost invariably caused by improper breaking and handling of the animal while young It iu only hinhstrnnjfand illtempered horses that balk and these arehundleit with more success by humoring and patience than by severe measures which generally make matters worse It is almost impossible to follow rules in u ease of this sort What will suc ceed in one case is useless in another so that a driver must exercise good judgment horse sensein handling n case A very good treatment is to watch the animal closely in places where it would be likely to balk and driver should say Whoa then get olT and loosen or pretend to change the harness in some way also take up I a foot and tap the shoe with n stone Spend a few moments leisurelyI in this j way und in nine cases out of ten the j animal wilt forget its inclination to balk and will go on at the first bidding It iis also well to given lump of Migar or a handful of outs or an apple This will always produce bet ter results than severe measures IIrs E 11 Russell wits quito sick for several days tho firstof tho week but was some better Thurs day being able to sit up a while I CONDENSEs TEMENT II I Bank of West Eibert- I WEST LIBERTY KYjj Showing tress uRELoans and Discount i800o Overdrafts Securci iI-IFurniture andI tUIIIfni27 i Houw and Lot lltiiliO Due from Hanks 4riiOtJ Cash ri712 51- f7787842 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 1455000 Surplus 50000 Undivided Profits 1153 Deposits subject to check onIwhich interest iis not paid VJS1G SI 7787842 6 Expenses and 3 per cent dividend were paid out of last six months earnings W D AuamiuD Cashier- S W CECIL i r 1 WEMS v Correct Attest S It COLMKR J SubCribecJand sworn to before me by W D Archibald Jan 2nd 1H03 J R KENDALL 1ijnn 2m Notary Public i I I IBewaraI ewaral a W4aCt NEW AND CHEAP GOODS WE WILL KINDLY ASK ONE and all who pays us each or oth er pay to call for coupon ticket and re ceive premiums from our large assort ment of Iit DECORATED QUEENSWARE it gotten up especially for the holiday trade Come at once First dome first served Also those back number or unthankful fellows are invited and will save us hunting them up as thm is one time we are going after one and allwho does not respond and pay for past favors Respectfully Ac W w SWANGO CO Maytown Ky Nov 14 KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the dlgestants and digests all kinds of food Itgives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to cat all manythousands the food you want The most sensitive I cured after everything else failed It is unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant helpbut do you geod Prepared only by F0DawtrrCo ChlcapoI Tho U bottlecontains SK times tbuSOc dus +TOfSORIRL + PRRLOR + HAZEL GREEN KY 0GEORGE DYER Proprietor HAIRCUTTING and SHAVING branches of the tonsorial art in the latest style Clean towels and sharp razors oulyAu use for customers t t l GREAT- OVERCOAT SALE 1 to 1 I Is 3 + i KY are in its is of ton in for Un use OF 0 and Low for the 25c town y for 2Cc KRAUT 3 lOc lOc per 2 cans 25c you I TilE MILLION ard and Garden Wo employ no agents but sell H F COAL LANDS conven iently located for transportation Ohio bus 610 L q l il C Owing theJJ BADLY OVI RSTOCKEDI OVERCOATSTHOUSANDS O Of Overcoats 1 FOR tMEN BOYS f AT COSTR- egardless AND f of Cost 1 CUB Early Got t Louis Gus StrausILEXINGTONS GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE CLARK HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON Honest material master mechanics and consciencious calculations their stock trade Hence that satisfaction guaranteed StrolltliIliIBTheros bottlo pure Beer And Lexing brew has purity and quality Barley it for food Hops for And just enough alcohol to aid digestion Essential to the weak healthful A standard high grade beer surpassed for table and medic inal purposes The beer that nour ishes cheers and invigorates LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY W R CRAWFORD CO MerchantsIFOR THE SALE Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY 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