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you eatii This preparation contains all of the digestanta and digests all kinds of food It gives instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take 1 It By 1 its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed h unequalled for all stomach ItII It cant helpbut do you g od Prepared Chicago- The fl buttlecuntalns2t4 tlmestbo 0c aim CONDENSED STATEMENTt oOF 0- l BarKofestLibertWEST l Showing condition at the close of busijj ness December 31st 1902 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 3480033 Overdrafts Secured 524 t Furniture and Fixtures 133275 14366ADue from Banks 345609- a Cub 5742 51 tl 7787842 LIABILITIES 14550Y300I Y3Surplus 50000 Undivided Profits H53 it Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 6281689 I 7787842 Expenses and 3 per cent dividendI were paid out of lastsix months earnings W D ARCHIBALD Cashier a W CECIL 1 T J WELLS Correct Attest 8 R COLLIER Subscribed and sworn to before me by W D Archibald Jan 2nd 1903 J R KENDALL I5jan2m Notary Public J I nETI YOUR NOTEHEADSKoTjlopeA Letterhead Catalop f BU null4cprlakd at llEaALDoa a j titN THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDo == Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell O EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTLCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5 1903 NUMBER 20 SPENCER Owner TITheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains AlwnystottdynnceII 0 i I r I CASToRIA I I The Kind You Have i I Ion i Always Boughtt Bears theIcl1 Signature of In- Use For Over II Thirty Year- sCASTO RIAII onto cOJlTaua coa NEW 0 CITYI i J W L CEVE DON REPKES ENTI- XUGUGGENHEIMER5COMlnc Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers ILYNCHBURG VA Headquarters West Liberty Ky I will be on the road immediately with full line of sample Dry Goods Notions White Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placinK their orders 45lyi + + V W I Te Winclesler Bank f WINCHESTER KY II X H WJTIUltIonslrcident r R D IncarER Cashier raid Up Capital ISIOOOOOOO t Surplun SiOoooOO t T Iliindftoiue Deposit of IO421tt4S J This bank solicits the accounts of a merchants farmers trailers and bus I g fosse men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and oilers its custom ers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate y banking loct2ly I v w 3irJvervv CrnhtisevavvNRASH I ROBERT P The originator of LOW PRICES is wholesale dealer in FLOUR SALT and solicits tho patronage of the merchants of the mountainBIHe also carries a complete line of GeneIal Mero8ngise- lliGW1IItfll pro uce- Embracing everything usually found in a first class country store and the pur chaser may rely always upon getting the very best goods for the least money He invites the people of Wolfe and Morgan to call aud see his goods an learn his prices and suggests that i might pay come prepared to take home a load of goods which they will want to buy when they learn prices gEj Will meet any legitimate competitionCall write me before buy ing ROBT P KASH McCauley Ky W- 9HAZEL T CASKEY GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise- and Country Produce NOW ON HAND A LARG HAS well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES MEDICINES DRUGS rLsc c AgTln fact everything usually kept iin firstclass general store Call and examine his stock and hear his prices H will treat you nicely IUD C4 JOB PRINTING IS THE BEST and the cheapest THE HERALD I cISPENCER EditorIWITHIN three weeks Kontuckians i will have tho privilege of looking a picture of the Kentucky Build ng as it will stand at the Worlds Fair in St Louis noxt year The time limit in which architects I ould submit plans andspeCIfica for tho structure expired on February 1 and n largo number of reached tho Kentucky Ex hibit Association to enter tho competition The building committee hold a meeting Monday afternoon and opened all tho designs making isa preliminary inspection of such Several subsequent meetings will be held before the awards are made Tho architect submitting the best design will be paid a com mission of 510 on the value of tho tlbuBding40000whichal- I 2000 Tho prize for tho second a best design is 200 and tho third best 100 Architects have been allowed to bo as original as they desired few requirements having been made of thompIt TilE Kentucky Live Stock Breed all ore Association has subscribed to the 100000 fund being 1250 by tho Kentucky Exhibit This contribution comes from the organization and not tho members who will make 1 individual subscriptions A S Bowman of Lexington is chairman of the subfinance committee on live stock breeders and dealers in Kentucky and has sent out dur ing the past week to this import ant class of citizens in Kentucky letters asking for their subscriptions The livo stock breeders and dealers are expected to contribute 10000 LETS develop Kentucky the slogan of the Kentucky Exhibit Association is penetrating to the most remote sections of the stato It appears on every piece of mail matter sent from the headquarters of tho organization in Louisville and is helping to arouse tho people of Kentucky to a keener realization of the fact that development is the thing needed and that tho Worlds Fair will bo a long step in tho right direction Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City O Pneumonia had played sad havoc A with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated himU but ho grew worse every day At length we tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hos now sound and well Everybody ought to know its tho only cure for coughs colds and all lung diseases 50c and 100 bottle is guaranteed by J Taylor Day Hazel Green and- o S S Combs Sons Campton druggists Trial bottles freefz irsJa rrJJJciceW is t+ + +LACONIC + LINKS i Gwv rvJivvvvJvvveyJ i 3rr Germany is getting too near tho Wewilletandtno fooling Dewey may yet have a chance to show tho world what Uncle Sams great guns can accomplish Germany has gone into it so f deep that she cant seem to find a 1 graceful way of backing out =3 The J P Morgan Company recently drew a check sor 22500 000 and it was not protested Germany is again preparing for sheEJ wants of it if she continues to pro voke Uncle Sam I In tho house at Washington 234l private pension bills were passedl on Friday It must havo been a very strenuous session The country is watching the Tillman state and wondering what steps justice will take Tillman killed his man and now what CD eReports come of the discovery of another bonanza gold field on Tanana river Alaska 150 miles l lAyers Malaria and Ague Cure The oldest safest strongest Ma laria medicine Not unpleasant to take A splendid tonic for all living in malarial districtsAsiSiTBSt southwest of Dawson in American territory and miners of the other districts are stampeding to the now diggings A merchant of Jersey City haBy tried hypnotism Christian science and the faith core and is now ready 4 for some common sense treatment Senator Crunbakor of Indiana advocating the whipping post and will try to got the state legis lature to adopt tho lash for those who go wrong ICharles M Schwab president of Steel Trust has run his race will have to retire Ho has led strenuous life and nature now commands him to stop ICaBoro stands ready to settle all claims in full but tho powers ap in no hurry to como forward is beginning to look as though Europe was playing falsely with America A monument has been put up near Junction City Kansas to mark the supposed site of tho prehistoric city of Quivira which tradition says existed somewhere in this country at a remote period in tho past- A C3 French scientist figures that an average mans body contains iron to make seven 10pen ny nails enough fat for KJ pounds- of candles enough carbon to supply 05 gross of lead pencils and enough phosphorus for 8000 or I more matches I Hitherto undelivered parcels of mail mutter have hone to tho deadtt letter oflico at Washington and after being held for reclamation two yours been sold at auction the government taking tho proceeds Hereafter such matter will beheld but one year In tho last year 400000 parcels went to the dead letter office Of these 200000 were returned to the senders while the ownership of tho other 110000 could not be identified A Most Fatal Gift Would be the power of foreseeing events This would destroy hope knowledge of the future would happiness There are of coursesomo things aboutthe future wo do know If for instance a lack of energy ambition and loss of appetite shows itself we know it will be followed by serious complaints if not checked Often Liver and Kidney trouble follow quickly In any event Electric Bitters will restore you to health It strength ils builds up and invigorates run down systems Only 50c Satis guaranteed by J T Day Hazel Green und S S Combs it Sous Campion druggists Boring With a Big Anger Tho Kansas City Mo World which devotes considerable space to tho oil industry of Chanute Kansas has the fowing abort ou friend and former fellowcitizen C B AmyxONE THE PIONEERS- C B Amyx is a young man who has succeeded in tho Chanuto field Ho is ono of tho pioneers having come to Chanuto about 14 months ago He is regarded as an old settler by men who have bee there only two weeks He is pros ident of tho Elk City Exchange company and is a stockholder in number of other companies He knows tho field about as well as any man in it and has unlimitedl confidence in the capacity and theI permanency of tho oil lauds Tho same paper contains a now 8inch double column ad in whic Amyx S McAndrew advertise oil1l stocks and oil lands for sale andl are in the market for the purchase of the same Altogether wo take it that Breck is boring with a big auger and THE HERALD joins his many friends hereabouts in the wish that success may crown hl every effort THE HERALD is only 1 a pea I jjt r Wanted In IllinoisII LEE CITY KY enclose Spencer you Cooper money order for III dollar to pay for your paper ono Send the paper to Allison Rose Arcola Ill Rural Route No Yours tic- Pnmea ROSE Catarrh- Is an excessive secretion from the mucous membrane accompanied with chronic Inflam matlon Hoods Sarsaparilla acts on the mucous membrane through the glean Mil null cally cures all canes of catarrh Take Hoods Rev G D Combs of Moroheadf preached at the Christian church Monday night and was greeted by quite a respectable congregation of his old time admirers Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor one s and cheerfulness soon disappear kidneys are out of or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that It is not uncommon for a child to be with kidneys If the child urin ates too if urine scalds flesh or if when child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and first step should be treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyIby druggists in fifty sizes cent and You may dollarII ample bottle by mall when the order born afflicted weak often the the the the towards the the free also pamphlet tell none of swampivx ing all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer k Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make ant mistake but remember the name Swamp Koot Dr Kilmers Swamp lEoot inn the address liinglmiiiptoii X Y on every bottle Lexington and Eastern Railway- Time Table In Effect October 19 1902 EAST BOUND Daily No 2 ex STATIONS ex PMLve1 Sunday 11 1111No4 I 2 25 Lexington 0 7 45 am 3 10 I 25 amoll 3 50 pmloll WincheterIw8 13 am 4 U0 Stsutou 144 9 23 am 4 35 linage X571 9 54 am 4 49 WHO 08 am 5 11 lUlI5711nt 010 29 am 6 11 Mill 26 am 6 15 pmI94 on 94ll 30 am WEST BOUND Daily No1 exjt DUilY1 No3 ex Sunday i1 11i1Sunday AM Arrl 1 PMArr- 10 JO am 9 25 am pmj837 am 140111Torrenti 40 4 39 pm 8 2S aUl 44 4 30 pm 8 el am 57 Stantonii57 4 01 pm pmr7 6 aUlO LEJuncnt- S tj pm 29 am 19011 Winchester 90 2 30 pm G 25 am Lexington 94 2 25 pm 0 K BRANCH EAST BOUND No33y No21 Daily ex = STATIONS Daily ex Sundaym Sunday 33Oo Jackson o 1i2O 26n4 17 11 Wilhurst 11 11 W 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 58 5 10 20 Lee City 20 12 22 5 18 22 Helecliawa 22 12 2S 45aPMARR PMAiJ WEST BOUND No 34 S No 22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday f Sunday 591aCkson 2 35 rI10 I f O AK Junction C 2 30 58h8 15 13 Hampton 13 1 52 735 20 Lee City 28 7 26 22 Helechawa 22 20117 00 27 Cannel City 05 A f LYE f LK NOI3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Ken tucky Railway Division daily except Sunday Not 1 and 2 connect at L F Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling pointsB at Beattvville June tion with L k A for Beattyville daily ex cept SundayJ Gen1Managerr I uuoo I 0111 IIll1tMtI loooooouoooun j jii tlItl a 1 h I I I AnnouncementsStateandDistrictII is furnishedsameaslocals5oalioex IOooOlllOllIlIllOU U 10 1000 1000001000 THIS SPACE j BELONGS TO j H F PIERATTCOI 7 j DEALERS IX General meIcnanaise i j HAZEL GREEN KY Who carry a larger stock and sell j Roods cheaper than any other firm i in town or in this section Give them a trial and save money j rCw rrtirYf r M RESTORED MANHOOD WM1 DR MOrnS rlKnm PILLS 1ttott 1is tTHE Q CHICAGO POST i THEII HOME PAPER l 1 Every llishould read daily The Chicago Post ttla Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post Every PRODUCE Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post ETery GRAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Post THE MARKET NEWSPAPER THE BEST 1IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU rSubscribe through jour commission arm newsdealer or publisher of newspa per containing this advertUepaenv Sample copies sent free on request Address THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III zy a l CLOTHINGt it I have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail tOIcall at onceij i CSaOESOAlsoI I have always sold at 125 and the same proii portion clear thr ugh Remember this is for CASH ONLY cT iviL ROSE THE PEOPLES FRIENDi Y T hAY MILLINERY CARRIES A COMPLETE LINE OF- fMILLINERY and NOTIONS d LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS- TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c w i JtEnd sells everything so low that tho poorest may buy J TAYLOR DAY CARRIES IN STOCK A FULL LINE OF Ladies Dress Goods Gents Furnishings Ladies and Gents Shoes Standard Groceries Lamps and Queensware Cutlery and Hardware Boots Shoes Hats Caps In fact everything usually found in firstclass store 1iI 1 CREAT 4cfe1 r i f 4 = = t d rr 1 Kfln ra DDU I atIJ r THE HERALD HAZEL SPENCER GREEN COOPER PublisherI TOUCH LIPS WITH GLADNESS Are Jon growing weary of the long and ruffed road Weary of the burden oh my brothers Yea have found the surest way of light ening the load b met to try to lighten it for others iHemrts still hold the most of love that mOlt their love bestow I On lonely lives of those who are for lornlng Roll the stone from out the path where tired feet must go 1 1Andtouch your lips with gladness every I Imornings Touch your lips with gladness and go I wayIlighten every duty Jnst a little word of cheer may span a sky of gray With hopes own heaventinted bow of beauty Wear a pleasant face wherein shall shine- a joyful heart Aa phlnes the sun the happy Melds S adorning To every care beclotided life some ray of Impartfi everyyNixon Waterman In Success x JJAit Congressional Episode t Ruth KImball Oardlner IISTHE morning hour in the house was 11 t over and the galleries t r Itwerebeginning to till with a crowd r Ij 4omeIroutine Members were straggling La from the cloakrooms and the man who was that day to make the effort of his life was busy with notes at kit desk David Logan tilted himself comfort ably back in his chair and looked at S d his enemy He felt the exultation of commanding officer on the eve of a 1 1I e battle He knew what elo 1quence would presently iie burn of t the notes on the desk across the but he was secure in the strength of his battalions I 1 1chamber had been a long our andI I defeat seemed certain had put into his hands the weapons of victory Briber trick 1cryf and consummate skill had been 4 brought to the service of the great j corporation whose ingeniously tasked but widereaching steal he was lighting I i eeryienergy to right butt David lawn held evidence in the face of t represent native would dare vote for the meas i arc Some one had blundered and he bad profited Papers lucked in the safe in the committeeroom of the unimportant committee of which he was chairman bore names which bad but to be read on the floor of the house to compel half the men pledged s to the bill to withdraw their support t o court of justice would refuse such proof as the dispatchbox in the safe held Today was the enemys To morrow would be David Logan and TIle sat awaiting his time secure in the possession of a secret undreamed of by the opposition He reviewed in swift retrospect his I past ten years At 2 i he hud been a telegraph operator on the railroad- in which the man at the desk across the room held a controlling interest Tivc years later he had beets a strug sling lawyer with a taste for politics At 33 he had entered congress sod i BOW in the latter half of his second- i i term he saw his way to rising at one i bound to a place among his partys Pleaders The scent of battle was in bis nostrils and he was supremely content Few in the heterogeneous crowd in i ithegalleries had even the little in terest of curiosity In him He hail i furnished little copy to the press I correspmndIAs he looked up at the wellfilled f desks of the newspaper men his eyes wandered to the front seat outside the tall wire netting which shut off galIt door leading into the aisle and he i remembered that it was reserved for civspaper women but today its only CCupant was a young woman whom r l1e did not remember to have seen there before She seemed a mere girl in years and a fluff of vivid hair hlrAefff tHe seartbingforon the floor and presently she moved I nettingIyoungthe direction of the journalists finger and her eyes met his squarely He glanced away and with no special purpose in view strolled into the cloakroom When he returned his opponent was speaking but with vie wry so certain he listened with butI alight attention lie looked upI at the seat beside the press gallery The girl with the vivid hair was still there She had moved nearer the aisle and between her and the press I gallery sat three women lie could itaut but see that she was watching whySpe women who sit in the gallery to at tract the attention of men on the i floor Her face expressed nothing t hut anxiety t In one hand she held one of the tonal redleather notebooks generous congressman whichII turntiag n gloved fingers withe nowtF the end and now the longer side t against the marble balustrade He i gazetrcwnL him with a rigidity of iosehe could not understand 11 turned zsway again but in spite tyt himself Miffs eyes returned to the fee in the d SJlery The tapping ot the notebook went via Hobegan tr yerl1 en certain regularity li ja repetition ot the t p nervous turning from end to side andiron side toend lie wondered if she were keeping time to srfm remembered tune He saw her drop the book into her lap A moment later she took it up again and turned It vertically In her fingers She tapped the side against the balustrade once the end twice and the side once again The book disappeared for a moment and then she repented the tap with the side the two taps with the end and the tap with the side again He picked up an envelope and repeated her movements An instant later an idea flashed over him which made him forget the speech to which the house wax listening with unusual attention The long side of the notebook was a dash the end a dot A dash anti two dotaDa dashL The girl in the gallery was telegraphing the initial- of his name He raised the envelope to his lips to moisten the flap nnd then he turned it between his fingers from side to end and signaled back O K ImmedlnttIJlookap parently absorbed attention to the man speaking Her fingers still turned the notebook with an air of u nlOllcernOXCiIt she spelled Danger What could she mean The days of personal assault of forcible removal were long past The men on the other side would not dare go so far as that even if they knew the power lay in hit hands and j I I of the security of his secret he hudIj j not the slightest doubt fhe mnn who had blundered must keep silent he reasoned for his own sake and I Logan was sure he bad not realized the magnitude of his peated DXCiU the hlullderII Only lift lung truatedconfidential clerk knew the combination of the safe andI the key of the dispatchbox was in his own possession DN I I IIallle the message againEvidently the girl was skeletoniz ing to avoid risk Three taps of the endof her notebook S she was smiling at a witty bit of the orator the end the side the sad again F she was leaning over to listen to time woman next her the cud of the book Emud as she nodded in response to her neighbor she flushed a glance at Logan JF 1E What could the word be but safe The end of the hookit scarcely perceptible pause the end twice Rtime girl was lean ing forward carelessly the end the end again then the side and time end thrice Huh Logan started to his feet and then recovering himself called a page and sent ofT a hastily addressed envelope he could sot afterward recall to whom he had addressed itand leaned back to look at the strange girl in the gallery She was whispering to the woman next her lint the steady motion of her notebook went on lIItIshe spelled V- IFEI TL1- His D clerks wife hind told Km what did she know to tell No out but the man who had blundered knew of the papers in his possession ToII his clerk he had merely said that dispatch box held recently acquired documents of personal value What could the wife tell Logan remem bered her IISI pretty vain littleI creature idolized by her boy luis band tier name was Ida He knew that because and the meaning of the message flashed over him the combination of the safe had been set to the numbers 9t1 to spell her name Slut had been led by her vanity he could not think her ac tuated by any mercenary motive to tell the secret of the lock XOUclime the word again Logan knew that the door of the t committeeroom down stairs was I open as usual lint his clerk was at work there and on the young fel lows fidelity and honesty he could stake his lift A rubbery by force at II time of the daytthen the cor ridors of the capitol were never empty was not to be feared lie picked up the envelope again to tapI out the word When The girl j the gallery was sending something that stopped him at the tint lette- rWTCH Watch No need to tell him that He would most certainly watch hut for tin moment at least he was perfectly safe His hand was on the envelope again when the rest of the warning tamWOIX I iIMC C A IK glanced quickly at the diplo matic gallery In the front seat sat a woman in deep mourning He rec ognied her instantly as a young widow who had been especially act ive in the present operations of tin Third house He turned again to the seat next the pressgallery limit absently the girl hind said all she scout to say She still turned her notebook nervously but its tappings were n meaningless succession of huts and dashes His heart stood still when a second look at the diplomatic gallery showed him that the woman had disappeared A hand touched his arm and he looked up into the agitated face of his clerk A thought that the warning had come too late made him stagger as he sprang to his feet Ive got to go home time clerk was saying Ive just had a message mywife has been hurt Id Logan did not wait to listen The committee roust was emptyand his secret perhaps already in the hands of the enemy He hurried down time aisle with a stride that made his nearer col leagues turn to look after him and ran to the stairs The committee mnIthrough a Irullpof nndran on without n word of apology He heard his name called but did not turn his head Down the basement corridor in front of him humltl see a woman in black walking swiftly thecommiteroomflung himself through the door The woman was half wiry across the room His enemies had lost by a neck Site turned with a low cry and confronted him In a flash he saw that he could bet protect his secret by not letting her know that It j it 4 her rose had been suspected He bowed and held out his hand in his courtliest manner What can I do for you madam he asked blandly Time woman recovered herself with a quickness equal to his own I want to see Congressman Briggs she said smiling lies on this committee is he not Yes answered Logan but hrs on the floor just now The woman assumed a pretty air of diffidence Would you mind would it be tow much to ask you to find him for me IthtwaitinI Logan muted toward the door of the committee room lunchingsI bell Ill send for him at once I The woman gave a faint gasp of dismay I think after all IIwont trouble him tdshe said lie may be speaking The young congressman bowed her out politely The messenger who himIclosing the door of a safe in which now stout an empty dispatch box A smile of triumph wnu on his fare and a long and bulky envelope in his inside pocket marred the perfect fit of his frock coat If I could find tint who sent me that Ilying message abut my wife being hurt Id kill him said the confidential clerk a week later as he theIdinner table It was a cruel trck dont yon think hadjnottold m1fhtilipledrl1wing 111tlutTface time flash of time smile hud llmten too deeply imprinted on his memory that day in the house to tame lost any of their freshness during tilt week he had been socking in vain fut the girl who had saved him from lIe feat t MyI sister Lucy the confidential clerk was saying Vou andant ought to have at least one taste in common She was a telegrapher bee fore sIlt came here to be stenogra pher fur the man you wiped up the earth with last week IIt was only the muerestehahotet she said to him two hours after ward when Ida liiil left them tae getter lung enough fur Logan to pour out his deep gratitude I had scalded Ida fur letting her Ipride in barleys devotion makeI her tell that widow that your safe combination was her name but I Illidnt realir what she bad done till Ioverheard my employer quarreling with some hotly in 1m private office lies got it I heard him say and its your fault Now 1 want you to get the woman to find rout where it iis and get it So I put two and two together and And time ultimate result of that putting two Anti two together to slake victory was the putting of one and one together to snake happiness Womans Home Companion heir R sign of the Times To shear the head of a Frankish king was to depose him The tnt tian ladies who really ruled the rater cant lie republic wore abundant tresses Time wives of Henry VI IU poor subjet tsI were hooded like nuns Their hair was as invisible as their influence The emancipated ladies of the French court showed well their hair as theyahotmcd their lode pendence Francis IL who gave sue premency to them hind a closeclip ed head So bud Charles V Queen Elizabeth worn much hair her cour tiers wore as little us possible and so did Henry IV The worsen of our own time seems to enjoy it perfect equality of rights with the men IB the heir shows The settle has not yet tilted to either side When it tines we shall Ixi forewarned Iby the hair No self resplecting white man nowadays wears long hair Paul says Doth not even nature itself teach you that if a man have long hair it is a shame unto him Absa lom cut his hair once a year and the clippings weighed 43SOO grains over 100 ounces It would lcl a fine head of hair which weighed five ounces New York Tress tn tlatmortere IIttie nlnnder Public speakers often make curie OilS mistakes said an observant man surd I have had occasion to note souls rather singular things in this respect Some time ago attended a religious meeting in an outoftheway section of the country and the very first thing the speaker said put me to laughing He was a short stocky fellow with a rasping oitIInd was as solemn looking as if he had lengoing to the guillotine Here is the first thing he had to say 1 want to say a few words before saying what I want to say I could not refrain from laughing at the had break of the fellow and all the good things he said after that haul no effect on me It was wasted ammunition so far as I was concerned This goes to show what a little mistake will sometimes do for a man Really i believe the cxbortcr was as muck put out by the Lull as I was amused for his talk was not as smooth as it might ha- ehtlnX O TimesDemocrat All Old trgsment It is just an incident of club life lining home asked one of the party Yt s Will the reply Whats time use breaking away asked several He sociable The young man paused Its the uldold argument and most effective No one likes to be considered unsociable lint sociability sometimes makes it necessary to call a cab later Be sociable urged the party againI believe I till said the young moan thoughtfully in fact I am con minced that I ought to be Hut yogi re putting on your coat- I know it Im going to be so ciable vrlth my wife this time Urooklys Eagle f MASSACHUSETTS HALL OK Bowtola Call eeatldlg C I isle Plre laee Where LonKfel tow cooked Hlm seal When the sons of Bowdoin gathered at the old college In Brunswick Me In June on the occasion of the celebra tion of the completion of iu first cen tury of educational work many a fad ing memory of schooldays was rev freshed and many a good story brought again to mind by the sight of the ancient buildings that formed the college settlement in years long past and that appear so shabby now among their new and handsome neighbors First in interest among these old structures is Macsachsuetts hall the original building of Bowdoin which at the opening of the college in 1802 FlhEPUACE AT BOWDOIN Where Longfellow When a Studtat Cooked Many a Meal housed he faculty the eight students of the tf rst entering class the library and all he other belongings of the in stitution This little brick building says tin New York Tribune has u pee uulinr ai traction for those wile admire the poe Longfellow for here as U tudent1he roomed studied and pre pared hIs own meals In a room on the first flour is a capacious fireplace which has remained unchanged since the day the first logs blazed upon its broad hearth and it was at this yawn ing gap in the old hulls chimney that Longfellow did his cooking Whether or nut the poet wus it good cook does out appear in guyof the records of llowdoin but he had the best facilities then alTorded at the III lege the fireplace with its turning spit swinging crane to support the kettles and puts and its glowing beds of coals for broiling luring considered superior ill the sloes of ihusr days Strangely enough no photograph was taken of the old fireplace until this summer although thoii ands of visei itors have called to see it mod until recently few outside the college hate been aware of the interesting factthat- it was once utilized by Longfellow fur time toasting of bread and the brow1ling of flapjacks CHIEF OF THE CREEKS Indian Statesman who WM Respected Itr Ilia People a Writ n iovrrnmrnl OfUelal- sIsparacher the noted chief of the Creek Indians who has just passed away in Okmulgee Indian territory at the age of JO was probably the most remarkable fullblooded Indian of re cent times lie was burn in the old Creek tuition in Alabama and went westward with his tribe He fought in the union army and was a member of the Indian home guards After the war he served as a judge of the Creek nation Overthrown in 1883 by Cheko tuh he organized a revolt which had to be put down byetime United States CHIEF ISPAHACHER Head of Creek Nation Who hams Just Died Aged 9 Years army Thereafter he lived quietly with his people Isparacher weathered many storms in his long life for his people have smut been peaceable at all times and lie has had difficulty at times to keep the struggling elements together He was six feet tall weighed 200 pounds and was a fullblooded Indian He lived in a boxlike hut in Indian territory He was born in Alabama lie was elected chief of the Creek nation in 18U3 ENGLANDS GREAT BACHELORS Wear Leading Men of the BrltUh Kingdom Are Unmarried at Middle Age England keen interest the fact that four of their great men are unmarried Arthur Balfour is a bachelor and indeed the first bachelor to become premier since the time of William Pitt Lord Kitchener Englands most not able soldier and Lord Milner her most prominent administrator are both un marriedCompleting the notable four is the bishop of London who is not far from being the most prominent man in the churchThe men on time other side says the Philadelphia North American are declaring that France has long been cursed with petticoat influence in poli tics and England has had some ex perience of the plague of women bee hind the scenes at the war office They believe that the triumph of the four great bachelors points to a quiet and effective revolt of man Strength ot Various Wires Of three wires of the same thickness one made of gold will sustain ISO pounds one of copper 302 pounds one of iron 519 pounds J 8i I e iOi GIRL GOES AFISHING Lad Ham sa Sperlesee SmeV is Ia- eaperleaeed Aglera Are Qalte- Certsia to Have My1 uncle who is 83 yemr old was induced by meone of those girls that delight In all outdoor sports to go for a days fishing on the river says a writer iin Forest and Stream The bass were plenty in the Susque hanna and from all reports also bit log well Now uncle was a great fisherman usually coming in with an empty bait box and an equally empty fishbasket but still his enthusiasm was always great and the immense flab that he lost and the many bites he had were truly remarkable For a long time this fishing trip had been planned so one morning when the wind was in the south and clouds were overhead our preparations were begun Of course the nearest creek was first visited for minnows when after a struggle with brush ditches tangled lines and the loss of several hooks we succeeded in capturing six which by the way ire nearly large enough for eating Well we were tired with this at tempt and a little bit discouraged but we at least had the consolation of knowing where to get some worms to finish out for bait Finally about noon we were on our way to the river which was about a quarter of a mile away Uncle wus laden with the minnow pail two an chors and the fish poles while I bad the baitbox lunchbasket and an um brella We were indeed well equipped After securing a neighbors boat we had to fix the anchors and rig the tUbpolex and as it was now long after noon we concluded to eat our lunch This task was soon com pleted and we were at last on the wa ter At the mouth of a small creek which uncle said would be a tIne place for hats the anchor was dropped and fishing was commenced We found that the minnows were all deadas the puil leaked and the mater had nearly all run out so we had to use worms for bait 1 hud just thrown ray line in the water put up my umbrella the sun was now shining when jerk went something at my line Of course I at once pulled it upso quickly in fact that my umbrella went handle down in the river and with my pole uncles hat was knocked from his head and went ailing serenely down time Susquehannu We pulled anchors with all haste and were away after time Moating articles After a tenminute chase they were captured tumid put up in the l oat mutiny and we were again ready to fishbut oh what did I cutchV It was merely an old root which took me about ten minutes to free front the line Uncle hud a very short slender pole with which he was fond of throwing a lung line After fishing for about mail an hour without even a bite he concluded that he had too short a tint mill at once unreeled about 50 feet or more mind attempted to throwit vain attempt the line was wound around my pole one anchor and both oars mill in the struggle the bait box was knocked into time river where it immediately sunk No uncle was not provoked merely nervous so nervous that a very vig orous jerk which he gave his line left his pole broken slave the second joint It took Us only a short time to go home and when I go fishing again I shall sit on the shore and fish for shiners Uncle will have to put in a new supply of fishing tackle and when next he goes he will doubtless con sider it store profitable to go alone or if he takes me to at least teach me how to pull in a root HE WAS QUITE A BOY Only KlxtrKlcht and There lie Had Uen Envying the Man uf- SevratyKoor Two elderly men were conspicuous the other morning in a SixthaVenue elevated train They entered at up pn itt ends of the cur One was short slow and heavyof tread and yet obviously anxious to appear spry and youthful The other was tall spare and active and only gave token of advanced years by the fiissines with which he dusted the car seat before settling down to his morning paper As the crowd thinned out at Park place the two men caught ightIIf each other and the tall one moved over to a seat alongside his friend relates the New York Times How spry you are for your age remarked the short one with a symptom of envy in his tone Age exclaimed the other Why I have not begun yet to grow old I am only 74 Yell well putTed the stout one are you 74 I didnt think you were older than I am I am only CS Why exclaimed the lean one tapping his companion playfully on the knee you are quite a boy yet Shrimp Sauce Pound one cup of shrimps skins and all in a mortar Boil afterward for ten minutes in a cup of water Press the liquor through a puree strainer Mix one tablespoon of butter and one tablespoon of flour to a paste pour over it the shrimp liquor Season with salt paprika and one teaspoon of an chovy paste Just before serving and it must be served very hotadd half a dozen shrimps cut in inch pieces This is one of the most delicious sauces that can accompany nay fish Good Housekeeping EKfeM Panpkln Pie Stew the pumpkin till very dry press through colander to each two cups of pulp allow one tablespoon level of butter teaspoon cassia one half cup molasses a little salt clove and ginger just a pinch one tea spoon flour Stir flour in a little cold milk just so it will not be lumpy and add to rest then give it all a generous stirring and add three cups of milk You may vary the quantity of milk according to dryness of the pumpkin Bake in deep plates Boston Globe Rabbtag It la- The Bride after the elopement Oh papa can you ever forgive us Papa Sure By eloping you saved me the 300 I had intended to blow in on a swell wedding when you and Tom got married Chicago Daily News WOMAN ELECTED JUDGE Ides M Ane Vliarrrtt of Garret Wyo the First Grunts Portia la I el Life Woman has entered many spheres formerly considered suited only to man including fven the legal profes sion but it has remained for Mrs M Agnes Jarrett of Garrett Wyo to be the first to don the judicial ermineIt i true all theatergoers have seen a Portia essay the role but Wy oming presents the only duly elected and qualified female justice of the peace known in the United States and probably in the world Mrs Garrett was chosen by the voters of Garrett precinct at the late election and slie will aisume her ju dicial duties thtj first Tuesday follow ing the first Monday in January The more strenuous duties if the consta ble however h ve been left to one physically capable of executing the orders of Mrs t arretts court Elmer E Slothowcr hiving ben elected to enforce the cm iimands of time fe male judge Mr Garret has written for the Chicago Vmerica i correspond ent the followin brief i ketch of her career and purp ises I was horn iin Birmingham England in 1163 atd came to Wyoming MRS M AGNES GARRETT The Only Woman Justice of the Peace in the Worlds from England iin 1SS4 being married to Mr T S Jarrett in the same year I was appointed lostiuistress at Hock Creek in ISS5 lit ek Creek being then a great freighting point I was postmistress for five years moving on a ranch in 1800 when I established my self in the stuck business and simul taneously establ shed this town of Garrett Iant niw the postmistress of Garrett I am the mo her of six children nnd the happier mother on earth My children are i ly first thought and their comfort is my joy Still I have a little time for politics and have voted for the past 16 years believing in womans r ght to vote I have been u republican all the time I have mixed in politic My ambition is to do right irrespective of political faith and I hope to render justice to all who may come before met in my new posi tionMrs I Garrett iIS evidently a woman of advanced education Being a prac ticed penman 017 rather penwoman she will keep her own dockets and possessing some knowledge of legal forms she will muse that knowledge to acquire snore A number of cases small l i important to the litigants have already been continued from I the docket of th retiring justice that over which tlusticc Garrett toII willihaei I to bring into play anymf Portias j qualities she may possess j Baths Made ot Glass II Glass is being used in the manu I factureof bathtubs The glass is three incites thick and uooutII make the tub durable The effect clean and beautiful The idea is German one and is rapidly gaining isIII vor in this country HtliE pocketlet gowns remain In favor and they decidedly hold tint place at the present time wrist barand chatelaines are likely to remain in favor also The chatelaine bees somewhat crowded out of late by the smarter wrist bat which pleases the fancy of young women much more than the chatelaine although tome exceedingly specimens of the variety are turned out by the Jewelers with then gold or silver mob and mounting of metal embellished with precious and emlprccious atones are veritable worksof art These and the elaborate wrist bags are however for special occasions and dressy wear not for everyday use to which the bags in the accompanying Illus tration are put No 1 represents a handy serviceable bag of stamped leather while No J it a hand groin morocco receptacle of the type known an the handkerchief bag VMr PARISIANS LIKE m5 DneheM de la Roelaeroeaa LYahlagtoa Bu fLeader ot the Faa dtlJterf of was married to Francois Alfil dukeIlochefoucauldLaduke dAnville and prince de Is Ian about y Herbandofftheoff lUichefouta1lWwhichthe e1eveaua prominentlyin DUCHESS DE LA KOCHEFOUCAUUx rest deuce in Paris this YomuaSaintGermainprominencris fa herhivelineasof originality She iis active in both so dill and charitably affair She iti childless DUE TO INDIFFERENCE Deradene In Modern ManaereKewU Ascribed to KxcrMlvp Praak nm and Honesty thedlClflellce increaaedhrutality QtherpeopleIt this fact We have admitted to Ourselves for some time past that our mjanners hive nut the repose which should mark the caste of Were de Vere antI that we are indeed frankly discourteous to neb other Ue also know that many men are no longer particular lIow they act or what they say in the presence of women and do not even observe the Miiall courtesies of life where mem lien of opposite sex art concerned Men no longer hesitate to let a woman wait on them or to push her aside in a crowd or to smoke in her face unapol ogetically as if that were their natural right certainly are less polished and ceremonious than were our fore bemire Facing this fact it is pleasing to be assured that the change iis not due to selfishness lint is simply the expres lion of our desire to be honest to avoid shams Therefore if we sometimes overstep the limit and cultivate un pleasant freedom of speech and action manifest unrestrained rudeness we are to be excused on the ground of our excessive frankness and hon esty Chicago American Quenching Thirst at Sea Many years ago Dr fling suggested to Capt Kennedy that thirst might be quenched by dipping the clothing in salt water and putting it on with out wringing it out The captain on being cast away succeeded iL persuading ome of the men to fol low his example and they all sur rived while the four who refused delirI on to say After these operations we uniformly found that the violent thirst went off and the parched tongue was cured in a few minutes ourImuch refreshed as if we had n ceivetl some actual nourishment A Little Toilet IIIt- A slice of ripe cucumber rubbed orei the face is cleansing and is excel lent for the skin I ITHE LATEST THING IN BAGS j hat handsome latter and same more the We ratchet In miniature The nexlbagIs5 totedfashionedoxIdized oilmen No 4IsotSuedetoadeep shade of gray with embellishment la tbe form of steel beads In fanciful design TIle next bat Is an ordinary type of chatelaine in the finest grade of seal with gun metal mounting while the last bag In the group I cf black velvet with silver mounting Jut the sort of bag to carry with the velvet costumes that are so theapresent time There are bags and barB wrist and the woman who does not carry bag or chatelaine these daY L an excep CSIntochief and the UJltlpUcity f belo dmkaorSOathe place of the discarded pockLSroo lyn Eagle J 9 Afc 14 Jlil e rwt 1F v- Th RESIDENT CASTRO j t MuleVuaelayorgetrr1 tlcJ A A A A A A A- O F TIll president of the troubled land of Venezuela r Mr Richard Harding Da vis a student of South American affairs wrote i thus some time ago in Castrorgby had little chance to show how wisely be might govern Venezuela for almost continuously since he fought his way to Caracas he has had ffht to remain thereto rr only a comparatively short September 29 1899 thatline ago S provisional government was estab v by Gen Castro at that time Jrtominated by the papers of the orJd in insurgent leader a month std this event that he pushed on to Canes the seat of government was alrdy received there and enabled to overthrow the power of President Aadrtde Then he became acting wasFfoally elected to raeles tjeiplml term Different views are rife concerning this insurgent that ire president and it is hurl to aI which is the just one It is at least safe to surmise that he is not quite the wonderful hero statesman Jjd leader his admirers would have as believe nor wholly the insane weak characterless despot his detractors describe him With this cautions preamble we shall proceed to tf11 his story Opriano Castro who is still a com jsratirely young man being in but kb fortyseventh year was born near Oraolio in the state of Los Andes I bowIinrI of political economy and as I I was to be expected of a citizen ofithat America to the south of war fare He early exhibited an interest in public affairs and was associated with the local government of Los An j pmitions1Asgreat energyBe for work fairl showlIII career when be was sent as deputy to the Vene- ntla congress His oratory made Km prominent and during the short administration of President Palacio biti influence was very considerable Then Crespo came into power in 1892 and Castro not at aU IE accord with the new retired for a season from Ironing guide the un e dnhip of state lie went back to his home not far from the Co Iranian boundary and the next six jean lived on his plantation Hut the energetic Castro was not content 70 settle down tamely to the life oft planter if a planters life in Vene i tLucia be tame no he felt called by duty or ambition or restlessness who shallsayto plot and scheme for a government in which he should Ant a hand When Andrade began his little day tthead ofaffairs Castro decided his own opportunity had arrived and yll enthusiasm started for the capi riUl to protemy The story goes that not Sj refused the proffered services iihot ridiculed the aspiring planter Spie energetic Castro became the in a 1 toLsBJtret where stands the statue of BolivareMtro sworetopresisentpfAnd swift and sure his revenge 5J forIining5 mabigduringIaplantitnreadtirthe with drade After that interview hey began preparations for an oms existeeufWihatstledifficulty I made speeches to his tea RomanceITo aceorgiaImbutyoualtofdrinksTo repliedyrrEf you haint already done drinked ISE yer mind is made up why dontJMorne up to the house an let dads Rfc kick you Its more sudden an itsisd ants to oratoryifof his cause i won them He drilled them on his plantation He gave his soldiers this hatPromCaracasIta miles a toilsome journey for even such thejournl UttIe by his men Castro led his army by means of rapid marches over the mountain passes and was joined before Bar quisimeto by the forces of Gen Her nandez who had begun a revolution ary movement against Andrade prior Politicians becoming theIthe overthrow of the established government and the revolution start throughouttheA battle was fought near BarquisU meto August 23 1899 in which the revolutionary forces were successful In the early fall Gen Castro num bered 10000 men in his immediate capturedSeptemberment and later government troops on the plains near Valencia were routed with a loss of more than 1000 killed and wounded Castro advanced steadily on Caracas and Andrade who had been absent commanding his preparations capitalbutimminent Andrade sent a message that he was ready to resign in order that the peaceful election of Castro parleyingesplratlnnultimatum which was accepted Then Andrade fled to La Guayra and Cas tro entered Caracas where M we CIPRIANO CASTRO PRESIDENT OF VENEZUELA capacity executive Andrade inspire mentioned above he became acting president and then by u formal election executive of the country Scarcely was Castro installed as president when Jen Hernandez who mad helped Castro in warring against A miracle took up arms against his prClfeioniat this work the last 30 years Well he succeeded in inciting quite a revolt against resident astro anti it was only after a lot of Woodshed and trouble that he was defeated and captured Mardi was the lIt rnandel rebellion put a stop to before an other one raised its head leading it lien Paladio a liberal of the same party as the president and at one time a follower of his More strife and disaster for the country result ed hut finally a truce was called President Castro gut mixed up in the Colombian revolution as though he did nut have troubles enoughof Imis own Today poor Venezuela is disrupted with serious broils within and a serious broil with certain big pow ers without And it does seem to the onlooker that Castro in his refusal so long and stubbornly persisted in to submit matters to arbitration and in the highhanded manner in wJiicli he kept forcing his country into war impressing in some districts all laborers between the ages of 16 and 00 into the army has not acted with the discretion which is the better part of valor nor with the prbper consideration for the best interests of his country Peace seems something Castro is not to have much chance of experi encing on this earth Revolutions galore he has had part in Once when appearances of peace existed in Venezuela an assassin jumped into his carriage and came within an ace of committing the murder he had been hired to accomplish Once this muchbeset man was injured in an earthquake that did much damage in his country An author writes thus of him The general has been having a busy time these last few years Xo one will grudge him whatever he wins His enemies say it will likely he a bullet It is more probable how ever that having gone through so much he may live the remainder ot his lift in quiet ease It iis needless to say these words were penned sometime ago prior to the present bel legercnt attitude of Great Britain and Germany Now Why Did They Smiler Yes my hands are soft said a conceited fellow the other night in a small xompany7H Jie admiringly looked it those useless appendages that iKd never done a days work Do yit know how I do it he ex claims 1 proudly I wear gloves oa my h nels every night to sleep in Dj you sleep with your hat on also asked a pert young woman Am the young fellow replied in trio negative and looked wonderingly because the company smiled TitBits 1 J I LESSON IN AMERICAN HISTORY IN PUZZLE JII THE SlRRENDRR OP CO I BAM AT THEVTOJt Find Abraham Hunt VolleyForgefpint Christmas eve drinking and playing cards with Abraham Hunt at vhose house he made his headquarters While engaged at this he received letter nlg1ectedcommander made a brave effort to rally his men but without success and lie was forced to surrender after having been mortally wounded The American loss at this battle which is classed as the turning point of the revolution was but four men PERSONAL AND LITERARY Shakespeares King Lear has just been translated in Japanese and will shortly be performed Mrs Leland Stanford is erecting for Stanford university which was built and endowed by her late husband and herself time liiest library build ing in the world which she proposes to equip with time best assortment of books that money can buy Rev Heber Xewton rector of the university is to have supervision of the library in its initialstages The widow of the late Congress than Amos 1millings of Xewj Turk who served his time as a type setter has given his library to the old printers home at Colorado Springs Air Cumming haul fre quently stated that his intention was to make this disposition of his books but his will made no mention of it His widow however has carried his wishes into execution The king of Portugal inherits the scientific tastes of many members of the house of Bragnnza ills father was a patron of literature and art and no mean scholar He was a great lover of English letters The son iU distinguished for his scientific ac quirements and not long ago pub lished a volume detailing the results of the scientific investigations made on u voyage on board the yacht Amelia Mrs Humphry Ward the novelist never submits to an interview but she cannot avoid being written about This iis a pen picture drawn by a London writer A tall grace ful figure steady smiling eyes dark hair touched with graywaving down each side ufun urtelleetual at tractive face and yet there is some thing austere about Mary Ward Site is of the type of womanhood which accepts time responsibilities of life which sees both the nubility of moth erhood and the nobility of knowl edgeAt a sale of books in Washington the other evening the auctioneer put up a set of Theodore Roosevelts works and after a sharp contest turning bidders it was knocked down at a figure slightly in excess of the egular store price Then the auc tioneer picked out a life of George Washington and held that upwith the usual preface of choice comment Silence followed the conclusion of his panegyric Xot a solitary bid vat heard Again the auctioneer tried the value of advertising but not an offer was made Tossing the book back on a shelf he said in a tune of mingled contempt and disgust tini beck to the shelf George Turf re out wanted youre a hack number The times arc too strenuous fur you Uriirge Mulberry Tree- In 1839 just before the people came to their senses in regard to the hallucination that mulberry trees would bring them wealth a nursery man sent an agent to France to pur chase several millions of young trees lie carried 80000 in cash as a first payment When the trees arrived the inevitable crash had come and time nurseryman failed for so large reckllnlupoffered in vain at a dollar a hundred for pea brush After the crash some large holders sought to unload with unseaIworthy great chagrin time vessel reached Sew i Orleans safely and the trees were transferred to river boats at great expense and hurried on to their des I tination When finally they ar rived no one would take them as a gift Chicago Daily News How II Happened Sally Pumpkins lerushy Ann say Si Hayrake offered her his hand ju marriageMarthy Butterine Land sakes I dont doubt itl lIes so tarnal awk j ward he never does know what to do with his handsPuck- Foret Vlrem In Greece Last summer Greece was devastated by some very destructive forest fires and it is surprising to read that in some cases they were started as in our own western states by peasants making clearances for arable lands Detroit Free Pres t f i1 WIT AND WISDOM There is entirely too much future to sonic peopleAtchison Globe True enjoyment comes from activ i ityof the mind and exercise of the body the two are ever united Uum I boldtIt sometimes happens that a man agrees with you because your argu jtiredhicagoIj The brave man wants no charms to j encourage him to duty and the good- manj scorns all warnings that would deter him front doing itBuler- First Politician Of course you con sider yourself master of the itua lion Second ittoUIIs you marriagelsIOnt you like the bunk No the heroine iis a most impossible creature Is that so Yes she doesnt appear mateII I PressHe sever Had ItWith all his money Andrew Carnegie cant buy a I thinlIPlain Dealer She And when you proposed Isup pose she told you that while she ap preciated the hunor you did her she was afraid she could never marry you IleWellnot in so many words SheXu UeXo indeed She merely said Xo Philadel phia Press Xot Always a 1erfe tJobAlgy iis bound to be a mana real man llow is that Why he has had nine tailors in the last year Oh well while it takes nine tailors to make a man It does not necessarily follow that nine tailors always succeed in making one Chicago Post PAID BANDIT TO DEPART The Cuba Method of itlddln the Country of a Troublesome and UancvruuB Outlaw Enrique Mesa the notorious Cub II bandit a worthy successor of Mamie Garcia and as desperate as the late outlaw Harry Tracy has left Cuba for a consideration of 1500 Maya had for some time been a source of great uneasiness to the in habitants of small towns in the vicinity of Manzanillo in the province if Santiago lie was also a thorn in the side of the rural guard Like Tracy he was u goodshut he was brave and fearless and a must dangerous enemyIt even said that the officers and men of the rural guard feared him At tummy rate Mesa killed and rubbed and looted without apprehension by the rural guard which is a inoiiiucl military police organization Mesa was an otlicer on this force until Sin killed a newspaper man with whom he had a dispute over utilities Then he took to the woods and became n professional bandit lie surrendered himiclf with a half dozen of the worst characters in Santiago pro vince Raids were made on many mall tuwns and the stores sacked by this gang The people were afraid to resist and the police too appeared anxious to avoid a conflict with the outlaws In fact Mesa threat eKed to kill on sight Capt Betan court of the rural guard if the lat ter dared to pursue him There are many idle men in that portion of the country where the had man operated and his follow ers increased until they numbered If The people finally got together and informed the government that they would pay Mesa 1500 if he would leave the country The authoritic agreed to this and Mesa was waited on with the proposition- On the day fixed he rude into Maim znuillo says a Havana correspondent of time Xew York Tribune and armen to the teeth he went to the steam er between two lutes of his former companions and later his enemies ol the rural guard When he boarded the steamer bound fur Mexico the promised money was paid to hint which went to his men who dis versed One Type of Man The man who sits around and waits for his friends to find him a job is al ways the first to lint up in front of the bar on a gejeral invitationChicago- Daily Semi 5 Jt L 1 tBM l YOUNG ROYALTY IN GERMANY A Number Who Will Soon Come to the Front In a Spectacular Way The members of the royal family who have been hitherto in the infant class will now play a leading role in court society There is first of all the crown prince a lusty funloving young lad who has just reached the age of manhood and for whom the conrt intriguers are trying to make a brilliant match At present gossip has it that Princess Alice of Great Britain the daughter of the duches- of Albany is to be the favored one But the crown prince like his father insists upon making his own choice regardless of political considerations But If predilections go for anything he will doubtless marry a member of the British family and Princess Alice combines both royal English blood and beauty She is now living with her mother in Potsdam near the royal palace and Is the favorite of the kaiserin at little family gather lags country strolls and drives around Suns Souci says the Brooklyn Eagle After the crown prince comes Prince Adalbert who is now living in Kiell and is to be the future lord of Germanys navy just as Prince Henry as the next eldest of Kaiser Wilhelm became chief admiral Prince Adelbert is being bred for the sailor life however and will not be seen much at court The third member however is a charming hand some lad called Eitel Fritz who is t enter at Bonn university with the crown prince and has already becom- a social lion The remaining chic dren are still to be kept to their studies As in all court centers society i divided into various sets each of which has its own leaders by irtu of office or lavish entertainment The most exclusive court set is that with which the kaiser and kaiserin stir palaceinI Prince and Princess Henry the arch prince and duchess of Sehleswig empressPrince y Leopold of Prussia and the different reigning leaders of the Prussian houses affiliated with time rural faun ill This circle is the simonpure Huhenullern society in which unl family relation counts Then come the members of the royal cabinet am their wives with Chancellor and Countess von Buelow at the head Countess von Buelow is an Italian by birth and one of the most brilliant of socialentertainers at the old chancellor palace in which thililtatlI eu minister iif foreign affairs Min inter von Rheinbaben minister if finance Minister Posadowsky minis ter of culture study mind others All the ministers are supplied with palatial residences by the govern ment where they entertain accord big to their measure SKIING IN AMERICA Americans ire Backward In Many of tp nt Wmnter Sports and MU Lot of Fun It is a mistake to suppose that skiing can be enjoyed only hIIIIr Can adian friends says Country Life iin America Everyone who lives in hill country where there is any snow at all should try this exciting pas time A pair of skis and a pole cost about a dollar and a half The runners are usually six or seven feet long about four inches wide and th pole may be ten or twelve feet iin length On account of the small ex pease and informal nature of the sport skiing is just the thing for those parts of the United States where th winter is essentially a changeable sea son Some sports may demand steady winter skiing does not I certain parts of the United States skiing has already caught on For ex ample a good many of the Cornell students carry their skis to the class room and slide home on them In th e mining camps of the upper Michiga- the Swedes and Norwegians come flying down their racecourses shoot oft a sort springboard rise to a thrill ing height and achieve an astonishing leap before they unable into the wait ing snowbank limit the ski isl goodI thing for everydayuac and fun One can pole along on the level fairly wellI in almost any kind or depth of snow and on a crust skis are quicker thani snowshoes Skis cost less than a good pair of skates or a good bobsled and they furnish a novel method of sliding down hill It is easy to learn Two or three tumbles do the business If you get one foot 11 ahead of the other you are eertaiiy a goner The man who leans back is likely to have a laughable mix upIt is best to stand erect or crouch forward so as to brace one self The pole is trailed behind and used to steer by The people of the United States ar provincial in the matter of winter sports We have been missing a lot of fun and it is high time that we look to skiitm- gOccapatloa and Color of Hair Dr Bedloe has said that there ia a distinct relation between mans pursuits and the color of his hair An unusual proportion of men with dark straight hair enter the minis try redwhiskered men are apt to be given to sporting and horseflesh while the tall vigorousi blonde man lineal descendant of the Vikings stillI contributes a large contingent to travelers and emigrants Detroit NewsTribune Xo Cease to Complain See here remarked the guest to the new waiter there doesnt seen to be any soup on this menu card Oh no sir replied the waiter nerv ously I didnt spill it at this table it was the one on the other side of the roomCincinnati Commercial Tribune Too Trivial to De Noticed Hooney Were yez iver shtruck be I loigbtning Pat1 Casey Oi dont renumber Dont rcmimber Xo A mon thots3Bn married tin years dont rcmimber ulch troiile u tbotJudge ll i i HINT FOR ORCHARDISTS Daadlas Tree with Cotton Batttns sad P+ lntlns Ink Stop Ravaamrmr of Culver Worm wormscontinue to increase from year to year Spraying perhaps because it 3is in some detail wrongly managed or is not often enough repeated is fre quently complained of as ineffective Another measure which is usually efficient is banding the tree with cot on batting or printers ink spread HOW THE BAND 18 APPLJED om a strip of paper The cut shows tow the band of cotton is applied firsteplaced around the tree and a string tight ly tied around the treenear its low er edge The upper edge is then pulled tiedspart just as a glove is turned insid femalernoths haying no wings are obliged o crawl up the trunk of the tree in irder to lay their eggs early in th Iprin time just after the ground haws out and also late in the fall the cotton hand acts as an effectual carrier so long as it remains fluffy mil soft as the insects get entangled and perish there Cincinnati Cum venial Tribune SCIENCE OF WATERING DeerlhedYAlmuBt Every 1 tan In Renaon 1ably Sure to Thrive 1CWith a consignment of seedling evergreens which I received a few years ago was enclosed thiorder Dont under any circumstances wa butkwhen watering soak thoroughly After studying and testing this ad vice I found it to embody the correct principle A little water placed each evening on a plant will soon evapo rate time surface becomes baked the fine roots hunt the surface and the plant is injured instead of benefited By the soaking method the ground must necessarily be well cultivated to catch the water readily the moisture penetrates the soil drawing the fibrous roots downward and the resultti resemble those caused by a good rain It is in harmony with successful west ern irrigation There will be more gained by thoroughly soaking th ground around a single tree or plant each evening than giving a hundred the customary pint MyI seedling ever greens were soaked to plow depth dryaenough worked into a dust mulch Each morning for a week the surface looked as if it had received a good shower although we scarcely had a dew The growth of the trees at planeA few plants possibly might be found that would not thrive under this treatment but they would certainly be the exception and not the aver Epitomiste Accounta unprofit There are hundreds of farm ers who have become wealthy yet they have handled very little money meetinge drawnupon and the deposits accumulate for years which is the soil A farm er takes a poor farm works it adds manure and receives but little over expenses but every year his form has become snore fertile and also in creased in value In ten or more years the farm may be worth five times the original cost and it repre seats just as ouch profit as though the farmer had received money All farms are to a certain extent banks of deposit where the profits of the farm slowly accumulate Troy X Y Times Water for Dairy Cow As a result of a series of experiments conducted at the Pennsylvania experiment station to determine whether or rot dairy cattle could be fed to best advantage in loose pens with a con stant supply of water or kept in stalls ProfeHarry Haywood concludes that there is practically no advantage in having water constantly before the cows in the stable Cows turned into the yard for water once a day made as good re turns as those having constant access to water in the stable It was found it required much more bedding to keep the cows clean and comfortable in the pen than in the stalls Considerably less labor was required to care for the animals in the pen than in the stalls A smaller number of germs or bacteria were found in the milk of those cows kept in the stalls Chicken Drolh Use the legs of a chicken for this dish Break the joints and cut up the meat into small strips Pour over it four cupfuls of water add one tablespoonful of rice and half a teaspoonful of salt then allow it to simmer very slowly for an hour and a half Strain out the rice and meat and cool Skim off the fat and reheat as much of the broth as is required In hot weather the rice may sour the broth so make without and keep the soup in a tightly corked jar In the refrigeratorGood Housekeeping Dont think because you only milk a few cows that it wont pay to Kelp there right Better not keep a cow e she isnt worth rood treatment g J s THE SOURING OF CREAK a HeW to Prevent Forsatloe of a Ger a metfLeT It Sweet yt This trouble is not uncommon iia milk The cause has been traced to a i specific germ which is very active de veloping so rapidly that lactic acid z germs cannot grow hence while the milk appears sour it is perfectly sweet I have seen this germ BO far advancedtthat a can of milk would have almost the consistency of liver Steam or agentsforas are used in the case at hand can be put into some large tank or stove boil er and boiled in water for 15 minutes which will kill the germs The cows udder should be washed and wiped before t each milking convenient set the milk in another room for a few days and whitewash the walls Prob gtrmftndslodfPfJ1lnt f ware or in the strainer Another fruitful source of germ trouble is the formation of small holes from the in side of the can or pail into a hollow spate formed by using tin or iron for strengthening like the bottom of thett ironclad cans or pails The putrid stuff herein formed works back into the dish when hot water is applied and of course remains there A drop willcontaminate a canful of milk It may not be out of place to repeat a few s simple principles that underlie pure milk They do not fail Casesarerare that cows give bad milk if fed the usu al foods Warm milk is an ideal germlifedown to 70 degrees The germs that do mischief are ever present hence milk should be taken away from the stable and cooled to 60 degrees or un eder at once If the germs get in a low temperature retards their growth and their effect is not noticed Always use steam or boiling water in daily 1 4 tieboil the tools etc for several minutes H E Cook in Rural Sew Yorker r ORCHARD CULTIVATION lint and Safest Toot to De tied Are the Gang flow the Harrow and the Wrvder h In cultivating an orchard the kind of tool used is of considerable conse j quence It will rarely pay to use the common plow as this is about sure to break the routs and deprive the trees of large feeders A common plow may be used in a newly planted orchard where the trees have node r little root growth but never in a well 1 established orchard Even in case of i a young orchard using the common i plow year after year will result in cutting off many of the advancing roots especially if the ground be hard below the point in the soil yearly pen etrated by the plow On soil that it- light it does not matter so much at the roots will tend to strike deeper i than the plow has reached Ordinarily it is best to cultivate or chards with gang plows with har rows or with weeders Sonic of the harrows are particularly arranged for working around trees and will pass much closer to the trees than the horses go This cultivates the lano whitethe heads of the horses and their ha nesses do not injure the limbs of th trees smoothing harrow does goo work The use of weeders is urg These light weeders can be made cover a great deal of ground in a eiatgle day If used often they keep the ground in the best of condition nail free from weeds Farmers Review HANDY MILKING STOOL If Yon Havent Time to Make One f Your Little DOT Will Do It for You Just aa Well A handy milking stool is shown ia the illustration and is simply made Cut out a board as shown at A foi lL i SIMPLE MILKING STOOL a seat take a short piece of hoop iron B bend it and nail aroundon the front of the seat so the half circle cut in the front of the seat IholdingI in the holes in the back of seat j i l then cut another board Ct and nailiit on for legs in front where the dotted line crosses the seat nail a small threecornered piece D or the board marked C just high enoughafor the bottom of the bucket to res- tonS B Mitchell in Epitomist IJonathans for England The finest car of apples ever sent out of Atchison Kan was recently c shipped to Liverpool England says the Atchison Globe They were Jon f athans 160 barrels selected from 1200 barrels and every apple polished and wrapped in oiled tissue pa per Every apple was perfect and when the English people sec this Kansas product there ought 1o be x exodus from that country to Djj vicinity The company gets six dol barrel for the bona 1car1 have gotten more for another car Before thee apples were picked an agent of the buyer looked at them f and wanted three more cars but Mr i TomlinKon said he would not pack another car in the same way for or moneyIllat luJJ for Angora Breeder a ijbruadij tips t quinch ears ears arc q so small sometimes that it is impos sible to earmark such goats It ii + a wellknown fact that those small eared goats are in nearly all casestextra heavy shearers and thcii 6 fleeces always very fine and lustrous 11 of long staple and very sl1kylI F Fuchs in Farmers Voice Throw away the first few streatnk- from each teat jt fj ii = P mi 7 r1r THE HEHALD PtiaA iDraggedDowni In the loins- Nervousness nnrefreshlng sleep despon dency It Is time yon were doing something kidneys were anciently called theI 1 1TherelnsIn your case they are holding the I troublreinse Hoods SarsaparillaA- cts with the most direct beneficial eftecti in the kidneys It contains the lest and safest substances for correcting and toning these orans HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Fob y 1005 1 Judge Amos Davis of West Lib 4 1 1ert was mingling with his friends here on Tuesday hi Dr Govedon of Grassy proach ed at the Presbyterian church in + t tthisplace Saturday night 1AEAK STOMACH ii5 strength jcuedand tunedl by Hoods Nag Miparilla the medicine that euros i APPETITEiMrs Dr Thomas of West Lib erty has boon the guest of her sis i t ter Mrs Q C Daniel for about a t t week past tho littlo son of James I IOrvilleof our town is confined- to with fever which it iis 6 said will develop into ttyphoid t For Qonaipnslott TemalyfomiaitteittetctdldretuI t hctlylovalvssuuucrnitcin Umatuie llIc Sold byJ1 C Stamper Brassy Creek ptIt w W Swango Maytown Ky Jeff Rose of Lacy creek was in t twotf of his children Crockett and An r iiie JlLt Hazel Green academy Lanford Craft and wife left on Monday for Catlettsburg but Mr het+ will remain at the mouth of the I Big Sandy Floyd Day and daughter Mist Golden of Jackson spent Sunday t= with J Taylor Day and family 4 returning Monday morning via Helechawa l Mr Bussebarker who wo1 1Hev has been engagedat i preachiiL tedat the Christian church Sunday morning and night s t i R J McLin returned last week from Mississippi where he recently bought about 15000 acres of timber- landsi in Rankin and Scott two 0 f the counties located on Pearl river I ISamI Wilson this week finishc- painting I the last house in the Pie ratt Row on Harrison Heights l jl j It is occupied by a Mr Lockharttt l1 1and family recently removed fromI 3fay town- 1YAN1ED5 Youxo MEN from prepareforservice Railway Mail Clerks Lot1 1torCarriers Custom House andl k Department Clerks etc Apply to InterState Corres Inst Cedar t I Rapids la 20 Dr Nickell reports the followin since our last issue To the wife of DaysboroiI i Ijoy j to Newt Maloney of Lacy creek a girl to the wif of Hiram Whisman of Stillwater a boy I 6 Tin IIForI I i Bears the- Slgnaturo x A f T ZT of Ctt7 Do you intend to pay for the paper you are now reading If so we should liko to hear from you at onco Ibis of course does not apply to those who have paid or S with whom wo havo made a trade ji showsjwhere you are at e eDeweese Wilgus has been con fined to his homo by illness since Friday Dr Nickell is attending i him and our man about town inquired of him about his patient He is a very sick man was tho doctors reply and ho further i isaid paralysis seems to bo the main spring of his trouble Mrs Wilgus says he has had two or I three slight strokes in the past One Minute Cough Cure gives re h lief in ono minute because it kills I the microbe which tickles the mu cous membrane causing the cough t tand at the same time clears the j i inflammaItlOll I Cure strengthens the 1 lungs wards 1pneumonia and is a harmless I and never failin curablel andCroupis pleasant to take harmless good alike for young and old aIII a f I w u ra d Mad Dog Killed Sunday I NoIse Nickell killed a mad dog eXjhibitedI hydrophobia He caught a mouth ful of Mr Nickells pantaloons in passing and took a similar bite in Curtis Roses coat son of J P Rose but a kick caused him to let go be fore ho scratched the skin At Mariba Saturday ho bit a mare by tho name of Lovelace on the hand several times and at Maytown onII Sunday morning ho bit a son of Dr Hilliurd Center between that place maid Hnzol Green ho also hit a hon of Win outer but how se verely our man about town did1 II not ascertain But it was rumored1 that one of the boys would bo at once taken to a mndstono The dog passed through town and up the river but how far or what ho did had not been learned Monday afternoon After nipping at Mr Nickell his dogship turned Grassy way in his mad career Noise bog rowed a horse and gave chase at Sobo Walters he came up to and shot him in the side but tho dog didnt acknowledge it by a howl A shot behind the shoulder ended his career and to Mr1 Nickell iis duo all praise for so promptly end ing what might have provedmany very unfortunate cases of rabies I have had occasion tto use yourI Black Draught Stock and Poultry Vediil cine and am pleased to say that I rcvu used anything for stock that save half astg goodsatisfaction I heartily rtcont mend It to all owners of stock J 8 BELSHER St Louis Mo Sick stock or poultry should note t cheap stock findany more than sick persons should expect to be cued 11 v food When your stock and poultry are sick givethem med worthaI j less stock fours reload the bowels I I j t1ejI lU1 bowels and stirs up the torpid liver j It cures every malIof stock iif taken in time Secure a 25ciiit can of Black Draueht Stock and Poultry Medicine and it will pay for itself ten CowsfI fleshIi eggs problem of snaking as much blood ofIl tho smallest amount fxxlcon sumed Buy a can from year dealer I Misfortunes Never Come Singly A coal of fire fell from the grate I in the parlor or best room at Mrs Roslyn Lindens Saturday night igniting the carpet of which iit burned at least onethird and sev eral feet of the flooring Tho fire is supposed to have caught early I nightgI but the room being close with no j theaMoor until the door was opened on blazedeup but was soon extinguished In view of that familys recent and I I I present afflictions it looks likeI misfortunes never come singly i IDeWitts Witch Hazel Salve positive cure for blind bleeding itching mid protruding piles cuts burns bruises eczema and all abrasions of the skin De Witts is tho only Witch Hazel Salve that is made from tho pure unadulterated witch hnzelnIl others arc counterfeits DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve is made to cure counterfeits aro made to sell The yellow flag is flying at the homo of Heiskill Salley who has a mild case of smallpox or vari oloid But as Mr Salluy lives two or three miles rrom town andall of his family wore at once removed to the residence of his son Jack it is hoped the disease may bo kept out of town or from spreading in any direction Nearly Forfeits His Life I A runaway almost ending fatal ly started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill For four years it defied all doctors and all remedies But noIoruptionslandzel Green and S S Combs I Campton drug stores SonsII Dr Nickell who is attending Aunt Roslyn Linden of Gillmoro creek reports that she had ahem orrhogo Monday morning and is j jnji critical condition Dr John TauTbsfl of Jackson was also in attendance Monday night Almanac and 200Year Calendar The editor of TUB HERALD has just received with the compliments of the publishers a copy of the Kodol Alumnae and 200Year Calj ondar which is certainly a most unique and useful book With a copy of this publication at hand one is in possession of a calendar which covers the pastas far back as the day of our Nation al Independence moots nil the re quirements of the present and dater as far into the future as near tho beginning of the next century Py reference to this calendar the day of tho week of any given date IIin any month of tho year from 1770 1976maybe found at a glance This information can not bo found in anyother publication extant Another feature of remarkable in terest that this publication posses ses is its weather forecasts These predictions are not only full and complete and as accurate and ro I liable as it is possible to calculate gcographicallily and foretelling tho weather which may bo looked for in each section of the country II105srsj Eo C DoWitt it Cllr of pubIishers 200 Hear Calendar and while soy oral millions of copies mire in circulation they have yet u few hundred copies of the first odition and will send ono copy to any ono enclosing forsametionod j The Easy Pill DoWitts Littlo Early Risers do systomAhoyconstipation and inactive livers by arousing tho secretions moving tho bowels gently yet effectually and giving such tone andstrength to tilt glands of the stomach liver and bowels that tho cause of tho trouble ia removed entirely These famous little pills exert a decided tonic effect upon tho organs in vowed and if their use is continued for a few days there will be no return of tho trouble The Methodists hold their regular monthly services on Saturday nightij for the occasion The pastor Roy Wm Tyler occupied the pulpit on j Sunday and Sunday night but Dr I Gevedon hold forth on Saturday night Lyons laxative Syrup tiaturss Cure for Constipation Dors NOT GRIPE If you do not like it letter than any laxative vcu have ever tstdyour druggist will refund tho inoiuy rnol for children as well as rown people Sold by JJ C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Swango Maytown Ky Kiscr Wilson who was born and brought up in Breathitt who lived in Montgomery county for several years and who has many relatives in this section is now located at Lawton Oklahoma where he is raising stock and far- mingSick BloodFeed EmulsionWe not need to give all the reasons why Scotts Emulsion restores the strength and flesh and color of good health to those who suffer from sick blood The fact that it is the best preparation of Cod Liver Oil rich in nutrition full of healthy stimulation is a suggestion as to why it does what it does Scotts Emulsion presents Cod Liver Oilat its best fullest in strength least inI tasteYoung women in their teens are permanently cured of the peculiar disease of the bloodwhich shows itself in palenessweaknessandnervousness with Scotts Emulsion- It is a true blood food and is naturally adapted to the cure the blood sickness fromlof so many young women suffer We will be glad to send a sample to any sufferer Re sure the this picture la the nrm of a labell is on the etEmulsion SCOTT dr BOWNE Chemists 409 rem St New York i IIIUIII 1 Are You One of That Kind A Subscriber writiLg to the Morgan County Herald last week says that he read the Licking Valley Scorcher and later the Morgan County Messenger for years before he realized that he ought to pay for the privilege j had a vague idea that they were a freegift olerin of the publishers But he finally realized his duty and paid up I is possible judging from the littl J attention paid to our appeals the a few hundred of our subscribers think just as this man did And if so wo want them to AT ONCE realize that they owe us and must pay up so that we can buy paper r ink and a bite to eat occasionally and pay the people we owe YOU may behind yourself Look now at tho date after your name and i in arrears send us a dollar by the next mail But you people who got mail at tho Hazel Green post office can step in und pay up auy time AND WE NEEDJ IT NOW DRFENNERS KIDNEY and- II I i BackacheI I KidnOYBCUREBladdert I Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If UClLry write Dr lvuiiur He has spout u life tlmo curing Jit touch cusses asyours All consultations tree I had severe ra o of kljmy tliseaso and rheumatism discharging Ilooly inatttr Suffered InlenKO pain Jly wIfowaSFirlfHily nlTrctwl with f malo troubles Ir sane r S kidney amid HncUailioinrucurtUt mms bull PM WUEELK1C KanUiljih Ial nnieKlstftnclAt forrHu IxkFree IrCtrcnlarISTVITUDAiIU Y 5 MORGAN COUNTY NEWS o MAYTOWN MISSIVES o Born to the wifo of Henry Mur pha girl Mrs Belle Thomas is on the sick list this week Dr II Center continues quite sick and is very low James Clark and family have returned from Illinois The son of Bol Brower died on Monday night of typhoid fever Mr Rico of your town passed last through week our littlo village one day I The protracted meeting which has been in progress here for iii past week closed Sunday Miss Pearl Gosm 3 of Spradling startedon Thursday for OhioI whore she will visit relatives an friendsBanford Manning and wife lefti for Louisville last week whero Mr Manning will attend the medicalI collegeEstill Clark passed through town Saturday en route to Pekin We think there must bo a pretty girlI over there attracting Mr Clarks attention Miss Frona Neil and Asa Xick 1011Voro joined in Thursday the holy Thei SI many friends wish them a success ful journey through life Carl Iurphof Grassy visits our town quite often Mr Mur phywo have almost come to tho conclusion that you aro going to robour town of ono of its bright jewelsFeb LAXKTTK A Weak Stomach Causes a weak body and disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures and strengthens the stomach andwards off and overcomes dis ease J B Tnylo a wealthy user saysIstomach I lost all strengthweakII run down in weight All that ey could do was done but all of recovery vanished hopoII b1useb1I fully restored to my usual strength s weight and health Of Kitchen Interest A number of excellent recipes aro presented in tho March Delin- eator Tho younger members of the household gifted with a sweet tooth will probably find pleasure in trying the several kinds of mer ingues collection seldom attempted in the home though it appears from tho recipes comparatively simple The more practicalmind led housewife will find some useful suggestions in an article on the uses of the bean and also in the paper on ragouts The pages of illustrated cookery showing a St Patricks day luncheon constitute a pleasing display U r IF Folksgto be told tho truth about Lion0The Coffee coffees are those that hide under glazing of factory eggs glue and such stuff Ot Is pure Wholesome- mu azS rich naflavor and uniform strength The airtight sealedI iIn nl Insure cletnlinessIresh I nnlfornayII Written for TUB HKKAI- Div I lUAU WEALTH rnHAM WILSON If I tad wealth 1 tlIIk no wore Id scupeach day at povertys door lad ociitter buiiiliinc oer the rood Of those who bear a heavy toad nut U1 Lick time funds If 1 had wealth Id build HO high The costliest Lame beneath the sky Where friemU could gather day and night Feast at mj ilioaid with pure delight limit 01I lack the stun If I had wealth Id surely own The prmidffcl horse the truck has known And every pleasure on the line bound the world should mill he mine Hut 0 1 lack the chink If I had wealth nt my commandi i Id buy a farm of Kentucky loud Where down within its grateful soil Are found in floods the richest oil ilint 111 luck the dough If I hail wealth I would indeed Hunt up some woman in fnl speed 1ortray my love in colors JaIcud wager her this very day t hut O I lack the coin If I had wealth lint then oh then Perhaps Id be like usher wen Who have been hissed with wealth galore Hold out my hand and cry fur more Perhaps Id be like them Hazel Green Ky- jj MissouriILAMAIC Mo iau19Oj5 Doar Cooper You will please chango the address of my paper from Valeria Ky to Lamar Mo I Mr Cooper this iis a fine farm dug country Its the meadow ol the world Had to say 1 have Mi cured mo a farm for ono year anti in a stones throw of school They have school eight or nine months each year Finn morning the sun has just rim en and till plains look golden line Igt wishes Respectfully to you and Mr ii JKSSK L SWAXGO oOur Clubbing List For tho next W days we will jfliib TIIK HKKAIU and the follow ing papers at tho price named JFor instance lit HKHAID and 50ThriceicouiuEujonXAL 25WedI35Weekly 00WcclSUNNY 00stories10 pats choice 25IST IOUIS KKIlHLIC 1 O K Dem TwiceaWcek S p L t 25wI I theIlishers rates And nets is the time Ito subscribe Mizo came hume from In ICurl Saturday and will now with us indefinitely Will Lockhart the Ezel dentists was a guest of tho Day House on Monday and Tuesday Mysterious Circumstance IOno was palo and sallow and tho j other fresh and rosy Whence the dillerence Slit who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings Life Pills to maintain it By XowI 1 arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head oil constipation Try them Only 25c at J T Days Hazel Green and S S Combs it Sons Campton drug stores flewaiowart t I a vrA ot NEW AND CHEAP GOODS WE WILL KINDLY ASK ONE and all who pays us cashor oth er pay to tall for coupon ticket and receive premiums from our large assort ment ofjj IIcoifEDIiEisiiiiEff gotten up especially for the holiday trade Come at once First come first served Also those heel number orI unthankful fellows are invited and will save us hunting them up as this is one time we are going after one aud allwho does not respond and pay for past furors Respectfully c W W SWANGO R CO Maytown Ky Nov U A l j ii GREAT OVERCOAT S4ALdE4 i KY to are ts l J I I i f E of for use 04 nour is a e- i SALE OF U iutlet jI i best in for 25c UT lOc r CORN lOc per 8t Rc rand on you buy of Lawn and Garden Wo em ploy no agents but sell direct H F KY 5000 acres COAL located for to Ohio State bus Ohio the- Continued Warm We OVERSTOCKED OVERCOATSTHOUSANDS 1 OvercoatsFOR BOYS AT COSTAXU Regardless CostI e- SCode= aaq Got Baruains Louis Gus Straus LEXINGTONS GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE CLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 Main LEXINGTON Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations itlis f StrelltliInItITheres bottle pure And ton brew lias purity and quality Barley in it for fpod Hops tonic And just enough alcohol to aid to the weak healthful for A high grade ijeor for table ahd medic inal purposes The beer that ishes cheers and LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY W R CRAWFORD Live Commission Merchants FOR THE Cattle Hogs She p Cincinnati ion CINCINNATIJALSO St ck LOUISVILLEKI riCeconsifDIIIIJIsolicited CECIL BROS topletomp Fancy Grocers goodsAIPLLE jari25cPEACHpoundSUGARCADOVA COFFEE town 12JC packageSWEETKRA 3pound can can 25ct first class and fresh YOU SAVE MONEY U8rTREES TREES TREES- BY THE MILLION GrapeVinesAsparagusShrubs ard applicationBoth HILLENMEYER LEXINGTON AJNTEDSay COKING LANDS conveniently transportation Columbus rock descriptiouin510 Owing Weather BADLY Of MENAND Beer Lexingt digestion Essential anybody standard Unsurpassed invmoratds CO Stock Central Everything everything WilgusPractical HAZEL GREEN KY HAS had Thirty Years experience jIs prepared to lay brick in t walls build flues and chimney set l anythinginmortar and trowel lfaY Smoky chins neys repaired and guaranteed to draw 1 +TOfORIAL + PARLOR + j HAZEL GREEN KY + GEORGE rnRProprietorff SHAVING HAIRCUTTING anll- It branches of the tonsorial art in the latest style Clean towels and sharp razors only in use for customer r ii if