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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t MUIII 111101101010011001 tolli SUBSCRIPTION RATES 0 One tar in adwaneeaEL00 Six months In advance 55 1Three months in advance SO Staple copy cash in hand 05 r The date after your name indicates time you are paid to You renew 10 days before time is always give postoflice state address when changed renewing or to ahouldII I Remittances should be made 0 registered letter or bank draft t MU 1111 0000000110 U DI e DI co B 0 IEstablished Famous Max COUNTY 12 Owner I Widely I I The Hind You Have Bought and which has beeRjj In use tor over 30 has borne the slsmatnre I perm yOU In All Coanterflelts Imitations and Justasgood but f KpcrlBients that trifle and endanger the ExperimentstWhat CASTORIA Pareericneither Morphine nor other Ily substance Its age Is its guarantee It destroys and It and VlndsIt relieves Teething cures and It assimilates the Food regulates tho and giving healthy and The Childrens Mothers Friendct in GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS the Signature of The Kind Have Always Bought- In I For Over 30 Years wwt cnmun COHMHT MUIIIUT cm J ROSE DUNNING BLACKSMITHSCWACONMAKERS L HAZEL GREEN KY jpriuYite thee attention of the ftruien of this vii cdoity to their ii-im proved facilitiea for blackgrailhiog and wagonmaking asII wen as repair work of all kinds I A full force of first class mechanic insures ia the execution of s1tibiaC1tioni our specialties Your patropae ia leand will be duly apj prec ltd Kespectfully c ROSE L DUNNING W L CEYEDON ellrcIS ItCTIJO GUGGENHEIMERSCOlnc Leading Dry Geo4sNotionsleubersL- YNOHBURG t VA WHeadquarters West Liberty KyI I will be on the road itnmedUtoly with full Hne of sample Dry Goods Notion White Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placing their orders 45ly Kodoli I i CurejDigestst This preparation contains all of the dlgestants and digests all of food It gives instant relief and never falls to It allows you to eat all sensitiveir Btomxchs can take it Dy many thousands of dyspeptics been cured after everything else failed It Is unequalled for all troubles It cant help but do you good The II bottle contalntSK ttmatbel size CONDEISED STATEMENT o Of or B8IltolWostliIJortu i WEST LIBERTY IT coodtoa at the close of busi aefif st1902- BESOUFCES LoAns and Discouots34SCO SecueO 521 Furniture and Fixtures 183276 House and Lot 14066- Due from Banks 3456099 Cash 5742 61 77573 LIABILITIES Capital paid in 146000 Surplus 000 Profits U53- DepositsI subject to on Jwhich is not paid J281689 7878- Y 92 r r4 THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD0 March 4 1885 Made in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by ORell w O I EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE KEN CCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1903 NUMBER 30 SPENCER COOPERTh I Oldestt ttt Popular Mostt Circulatedt d and Mostt Quotedt Paper in the Kentuckyt y Mountainst A erI111Tntnce Always years otT December and has been mado under his I sonal supervision since Its Allow no one todeceive thisIare with health of is I contains Opium Narcotic Worms allays Feverishness cures Diarrhoea Colic Troubles Constipation Flatulency Stomach Bowels natumlsleCllJY PanaceaThe rf Bears A You I Use TT avatar sa1 rasa I promptness ipecilully solicited kinds cure Itsure stomach oc Showing Overdrafts Stock Undivided check interest infancy 11Iwere paid out of last six months earnings W D ARCHiiJALn Cahieii S W CECIL 1 1 1TJ1VEL1st VConecl Attest 1 b R COMERJj Subscribed and sworn to before me br W D Acbibalu Jan 2ml 1JOS i J 11 KENDALL lajan t ai Notary Public OIL I Tjte Hazel m Oil and Gas Co flNCOROrA ED la now r i Iorr- oliceliaelGeel e K More than 7500 acres ol most desirable lands A definite amount of the capital stock has been set apartjj for sale for development purposes All stock full paid and nonassess ableFor particulars call on the pres secretary t i tr shit- sII W SY I a N 0bNoI 9 Tn Wiogsterr llIt1 I WINCHESTER KY V- il N IL WVIIER oosP evilen 8 y 11 D ULSTER CastJ e V- JJ raid lp Capital SIOOOOOOO A- J surplun i s S70OOOOO O lOtal01S V- ll Ioi I I I X PI Icte rut o X e evcvfaci ilynd lieniotjibenil to mr mtb s a the Pmils of leifmale II ban ozloct1y I Sw G OCdO t W T CA8KEY HA7EL GREEN KY r Dealer in General Merchandise1 and Gotilry Produce NOW ON HAND A LARGE HAS well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions1 0GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READY JADE CLOTHING vgATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS c c IQ fact everything usually kept i esa amiue his stuck and hear his prices H will treat you nicely 7i ijj4 i fi a THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor I TIlE counties of Jefferson and I Carroll have each through their fiscal courts appropriated a sum j 1 lof money to the fund for a build i ing and exhibit of Kent ckys reItI sources at the Worlds Fair at next year The former doII ated 8000 and the lattern 101 Every county is expected to make j aan appropriation and although the mountain counties are JBB able to do so than those of mo favored localities they would uneII 1 doubtedly benefit to a greater extent than their wealthier sisters j Our wealth is underground main j and the greater display we can I 1 make of these hidden resources the 11and11 The magistrates of Wole t should look at the matter 1 this light and make an apt 0Ipriation adequate to the occasion theist appropriation in this in j stance would be like casting bread upon the waters corn bread if you please which would come back I as pound cake A proper displayIII next year followed by 1 jvelopmout would soon enrichour citizens and an appropriation is the thing needed to hasten Tragedy Averted itII Just in the nick of time our little boy was saved writes lrsII 1Y1Yntkine of Pleasant City 0 ji Pneumonia had plaved sad havoc j with him and a teriiblo coughset ii besides Doctors treated him but he grew worse every day At length wo tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption andI our darling was saved Hes now soundand well Everybody ought j j iI to know its the only cure for coughs colds and all lung diseases iI vOc and 100 bottle is guaranteed andl1SI From Oir Own Special Correspon- dentWASHINGTON j CITY VASIUXGTOX D C Fob 2IEditor HERALD The proceed ings in congress the past week huvo been devoid of any special intcies The statehood bill continues to occupy the attention of the somue and in the house private claims havo been the order A new phase of the statehood omnibus bill is that Senator ql ay has offered the bill as an amend ment to two of the most important appropriation measuresthe sr i dry evil bill fid the a cultnI appropriation bill These amedil ments at the request of Senator Quay we e refe ted to an obscue committee of which ho is the chairman and which has not met in two years Favorable reports have been received from this com mittee which precludes the possi bility of their going out ou a point of oder There is also a prce dontiu the senate for such proceed ure in the matter of some Phlip pine legslatiou which was tacked on to an appropriation gill last winter vAs is no doubt known to your readers the Democrats iu the senate are a unit for this threeheaded bill inluenced largely in this SOl meat by the hope that two of the three proposed states New Monico aud A izoa will be found in the Democratic column and from the futher fact that they believe Ok lahoma to be debatable ground The republican opponents of the lii Iut rate that their Republi cra brethren wi o are making the figt for the NM1 do so on purely personal ttou aflh that they havo f lends to reward miuing and oth er propeties to orploit etc although the last two Republican national nlatoms have demanded the ac1wbfiou of these territories Se iaor Hanna tu chairman of the republican national commit tee in a warm speech in the son ate indignantly repudiated and l denied that a party platform hadl any bndjg force on a unitedl States Senator aud gave expression to the rather startling declar ation that the const tution builders and framers intenued the senate to be a tribunal for the defeat of the popular will of the people which was ever changing and carrie I away sometimes by ideals that were impractical These are not his exact words but the import oft them was that the senate was the highest power and not the voice oft 11the peoplea very dangerous doc trine don t you think- e When Colorado was admitted asI a state Democratic votes admittedL I ii ot 1 You have it You dont want it Then why keep it Drive it out with Ayers I Malaria and Ague Cure her Senator Patterson then a torritorychallodI moreland I that Colorado would go Democratic if admitted Patterson was as false prophet as Janice K Jones the oflicinl rainbowchaser of the Dem ocratic party Colorado was admitted and went Republican and her three votes seated Hayes in the White House If she had not been admtteu the Democrats would have lead majority notwithstend iiig the theft of Louisiana and I Florida and if she had gone Denl ocratic aa Patterson claimed i Hayes majority of one would have come to pass E40wi I hatch s rather unlucrative busijj ess and thct the Democrats might admit nine more votes to the elec toral college that would go to the repub can nominee in 1901 You cant always sometimes tell A brief reference to the two loaders of the opposing statehood forces may be of interest jwill rilk my reputation as a prophet that Quay either gets a vote on the statehood bill or forces an extra session and I will also venture the prediction that it will pass if it comes to a voteIQuay is an ideal lendercoolI selfpossessed not given to speech making true to his friends and pus sessing their confidence Ho is watchful and resourceful and nov whippedaIgasp He reminds me in some re spects of the late Governor Goubul who was the same determined fighter and u Pennsylvanian by the way It is said that a touII ture of Indian blood runs in veins of Senator Quay and that may account for his staying quali I theII he addresses the president I I senate he plunges both hands inI his pockets and seems the most j I I unconcerned man present When j he suede his coup the other day by l i j adding the bill as a rider to the t appropriation bills no one realized what he was doing or had done althou n the watchful Mr hover edge was stting within two feet of himSenator Boveredge of Indiana who is leading the antiforces is the youngest man in years in the senate He is a tall smooth sha ven boyish looking fellow with a piercing oratory and a tongue that cats like a whiplash when ho is wrpught up in debate He has a wobderful vocabulary and never hesitates for a word He seems to be a restless nian and during the progress of the statehood debate moves about over the chamber con tinually He is well posted on all the points at issue and nothing that can bolster up his side of the Argument seems to escape him He seems to be and is no doubt sincere in his antagonism to the hill and it is certain that he will leave no stone unturned to accom psh its do eat He is pitted against the most skillful navigator o legislative waters however since Arthur Puo Gorman retired from the senate and the signs point to his defeat and to three more stars in the flag KAteA OKAP A A Most Fatal Gift Would be the power of foreseeing events This would destroy hope A knowledge of the future would unmake happiness There are of coursesome things aboutthefuture wo do know If for instance alack of energy ambition and loss of appetite shows itself we know it will be followed by serious complain ts if not checked Often Liver and Kidney trouble follow quickly In any event Electric Bitters will restore you to health It strength ors builds up and invigorates run down systems Only 50c Satin faction guaranteed by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs d lSns Campton druggists lA telephono message from Leo City Tuesday morning stated that Charley Robbins was taken sud denly ill that morning and that his symptoms indicated smallpox nowdindicates smallpox Ifa boy stubs his toe or has the bellyache it indicates smallpox Dont Think because you have taken many remedlci in vain that your case is Incurable Hoods Sarsaparilla has caredmsnY seemingly hope less case of scrofula catarrh rheumatism kidney complaint dyspepsia and deblUtrCS j 1 F Ji 1r oLric byJC6LowellMasa byUDvl8Prlceoocu A Goliath of Gigantic Gall That pennyaliner writing to the Louisville papers from Camp ton about the smallpox situation at that place last week who said And it is rumored that a case has developed a mile or so from Hazel Green a small village in the east ern part of our county has the most pronounced case of gall over hoard of Great Scott The idea of Campton calling Hazel Groan Sr village Why in comparison we are a city of the firstclass A ham let that has to inoculate its inhabitants with smallpox so as to be talkedabout ought to saw wood andsay nothing Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it Row To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your Water and let it stand twentyfour hours a It by sediment or set tling indicates an unhealthy r of the kid if it your linen it is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to It or pain In the back Is convincing proof that the kidneys and blad derareoutof orderWhat to Do There is comfort in the knowledge so SwampRootin curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part Inabilitylor following use of liquor wine or beer overcomes unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often timesIIlf casesIlfdiscoveryImore about both cent I absolutely free mail condi tion neys stains pass also wish and that address Dr Kilmer ee notM of Co Binghamton NY When lion reading this generous offer InSempRoaLII Dont make SUIT mistake but the name Swamp Kent Dr Kilmers Swamp bottlet YlI Lexington and Eastern Railway- Time Table in Effect October 19 1902 EAST BOUND No2 VA No4 = Daily ex Sundayyil I Sunday PM Lye AM Lye 2 25 llm 15 am 3 10 pm Wlllcbester12018 I 25 am 3 50 pm 13 am 4 Oii piu 23 am 4 35 54 am 4 49 08 am 5 11 10I1511Nat Dridge11519 29 am Gi 11 26 am ti 15 30 am WEST BOUND No1 No3 Daily ex1j = Duilex Sunday u STATWNSIIII Sunday AMIArr I IMArr 10 10 am0IJackson 0 6 05 pm 9 25 20 pm 837 aID I IoTorrent4014 39 pm S 25 aID 44l Nat Bridge 44 4 30 pm 8 01 am 57 4 01 pm 7 7 26 47 am am 15ilstanton pmi70 6 29 am uJ tonl1941 2 30 pm G 25 am 2 25 urn 0 E BRANCH EAST BOUND No 33 n n No21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex I Sundaya Sunday 3 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 3 3i G OK Junction 6 1l 26 417 IIII ililhurst11 11 52 4 30 13 fiampton13 11 5S 5 10 20 Lee City 20 12 ZJ 5 IS 22 Helechawa 2 12 28 5 45 27 Cannel City 27 12 45 PM Ann PM Ann WEST BOUND Nn 34 = =1Xa 22 Dally exo STATIO l ex Sunday t SIDall9 15 9 Jackson 35 9 10 h 0 K 30 828 11 Wilhurat 11 1 58 8 15 13 Hampton 13 1 52 7 35 20 Lee City 20 1 28 7 26 22 Helechawa 22 1 22 j 00 27 Cannel City 27 1 05- PMLVKA Y Lvs NOl 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Ken tucky Railway Division daily except Sunday Noi 1 and 2 connect at LE Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling pointsNos at Btattvville Junc tion with L A for Beattyvilfe daily ex cept SundayJ ManagerCHAS t i1hifi r 1ADVERTISING RATES I fl Column 1 year 60 II 1 1 year year 35 20 00II 2 Inches 1 year 10 1 Inch 1 year C i fi I tateandDItriUtoffieersl t r qso THIS SPACEr6 1 BELONGS TO NRRATTOIDEALERS IN GOnOIal MerciiscHA- ZEL GREEN KY j Who carry a larger stockand sell goods cheaper than anyi other firm in town or in this section Give S them a trialand save honey 0 a srswv RESTORED MANHOOD tTHE CHICAGO POST U01NUfloJWB tee rb Inl the a lTClitremoortorDerYoullpI08UallonandlloeryoudloeueOffa THE HOME Every FARMER should read dally The Chicago Post Every PatrEvery PRODUCE Skipper staid red daily TbeCMkap Pest EYer GRAIN Skipper should red dalljTbe Chicago Pwl THE GREAT 4 L MARKET NEWSPAPER i y THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Subscribe through roar commission firm newsdealer or pnbllihcr of nowipft per containing this odvortUemeni Sample copies sent tree oa request Address F j THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III i E s CLOTHINGI have a nice lot of clothing which I intend to close out and if you want a bargain in this line do not fail to call at once OS OESOAlso I will sell you shoes at 100 that I have always sold at 125 and the same pro portion clear through Remember this is for CASH ONLY Js JVC1 ROJSEUTHE PEOPLES FRIE- NDT9JAYMILLINERY I t I A COMPLETE LINE OF MILLINERY and NOTIONS LADIES FURNISHINGS DRESS GOODS TRIMMINGS c RIBBONS HOSE c jCaF And sells everything so low that the poorest may buyt j TAYLOR DAY 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 eyerythingusually found in fir stclass store I PAPER I CARRIES CARRIES i iTH HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher i HAZEL GREEN i i i i KY g y For Want of 8 kove i by LESLIE W QUIRK i Jat last the song ended WHEN Vanders walked slowly out of the vaudeville theater Still ringing in his ears were the notes o the great pipe organ and the voice f of the singer as they blended Iia the grand melody Seer before todati s matinee had he heard it sung with quite that wonderful beauty It was The Holy City The man at the ticket office nodded it familiarly at him but Vanders did not see him He was still thinking of the song he had just heard Outside t on the walk a lounger wa humming the catchy stir of a ragtime melody Vanders clenched his fist as be heard it It was his latest production already fast winning its wayI to popularity He hated it with allI his heart It was not even fit to be railed a song when compared with The Holy City For it was Vauders great ambi t ion to write a song some day t which people would listen with the name reverence theygave to The Holy City He had written success fill ragtime music and had heardI hundreds applaud it But he lunge- to compose something better nobler granderAs walked up the street now I there was a half formed melody ring ing in hi head If he only had words that would do justice to the air It might yet fulfill tits great ambition If I were thing in a story h e e mused instead of in real life a poem with words of wonderful I grandeur would spring to my brain tad then without warning of any kind a sheet of paper fluttered to his feet Mechanically he picked tit tip almost unconsciously he read the writing upon it With a dull and tin r VANDERS HELD UP TILE PAPER comprehending knowledge that his poem had come to him at last he stood there in the middle of the walk reading it again and again It wa just such a thought as he wished to set to music just I beg your pardon said a yoke but I believe you have something off mineJohn Vanders looked up quickly In the doorway of the house stood a o girl of perhaps 20 One glance wa enough to show that she was pretty singua beauty two brown eyes soulIII i litItIej I ing silently commanded the return of the paper a plump arm with IheI sleeve rolled up to thelbow ova i stretched out in supplication It isi no wonder for the moment Johni Vanders forgot his ambition You have something of mine the girl repeated Still bewildered Panders held upi the paper You mean this he askedCertainly said the girl with a little laugh give it to me objectedVanderI I the girl should take it from him Sir The girls mouth was frown ing now Before Panders could reply therei was a step behind him and a man i doorigentle man has a paper belonging to me Vanders noticed she used the word gentlemanThe turned angrily Then he held out his hand Why its Panders he announced cordially wont you join us at dinner Without a word Vanders followed WHERE WE WAS BORN AT I breaflAnAn eat It nen neak overhead stepWhere s s An the winders war low one an wide f An we teen the ol zycamo leaves In the moonlight atwlstln outside i An I wanter BO floatln away In my brothers embrace yes I do l Fm the land of the plain everyday knewVAn blleve In em like we did then How I wish him an me was a Idd f How I wish we was back ther again We ud fa where the end o the street Got lost in the twisty ravine An wed find the old path that our feet Had trod In the days ever green An wed hear the goldfinch whittle shrill r By the pond where the sunflihes swum f An wed geth r up nuts on the hill An climb the of trees at we dumb Nen wed sit some brown sugar an bread etepWash stepOhDont you wish at your years was for glved atarInIhedTJMrs Anna M Eister a mantel w I iedleavingall rdentrucksize jvtighlng 320 pounds f 1- a h o the man a Sir Merton into the house where he was introduced to the daugh ter Miss Alice lie could never remember just how he explained his conduct outside but his apologies were readily accepted And then came the greatest triumph of all when the girl took the poem he hadreturned and handed it to him If you care for it Mr Panders she said you may have it While I was writing it I wished it might be sung i So Panders took the poem home with j him and for a week buried himself in his room Time after time he rewrote j the music He worked day und night unceasinglyI feverishly liars of mu sic crying subbing wailing burst from the piano in his room Grotesque strains and combinations of notes might be heard through his window- f sometimes in the evening sometimesa few minutes before daybreak Then one day the song was finished For the last time he played it over on the piano softly humming the words Somehow it failed to satisfy him Per haps it wax the constant practice that lad made him tire of it perhaps he had not reached his ideal He arranged with a noted singer to produce it at the vaudeville houses the following week Then he called 01 Miss Merton and invited her to atteni the theater with him She was then to hear the music for Ithe first time The girl was radiant that evening More thnn once lobo Panders caught himself staring admiringly at her Once she unexpectedlyI turned her head and looked straight at him with her great brown ryes It made him think 0of some erfect chord of music that throbbed and throbbed through his heart Suddenly the pipe organ began to play a new air softly sweetly It was IIthtir sung Its ours he told her yours and mine Sin looked att his face all aglow with expectancy and down in her heart she feared ills hand nervously roving eoer the arm of his seat touched hers and closed about it So hand in hand like two children they sat through the soot And when it was ended and the meager applause came tanliIhe felt the hand of the turn quiver in disc appointment The song had tailed Slowly and silently theywalked out of the theater Sot till they were in the carriage did John Panders speukI It lacks something he said it lacks something I dont know what Yet it was allllIhe stumbled about for a word almost grand Almost He turned savagely to ward her As well an utter failure a I mediocre I tell yt it failed The girl drew her breath sharply She was nut in the habit of having men speak roughly to her i JolinVamuh rdivinedatoncethat he I had hurt the girl and it carte to him with overpowering suddenness that her l friendship was all he had left With j the warm impulsiveness that char acterized him he took tier hand I beg your pardon he said grave ly 1 did not mean to wound you but the song meant so much to me And to me said the girl- hJ know he answered it was lulU yours O I didnt mean that she said softlyI But 1 was sorry for your sake He leaned toward her Alice he said there is one things I would rather possess than all the sue cess the song could possibly have brought me It is your love I 1II amgladshe whispered that the sung failed if my lure can take the place of its success It was well after midnight when John Panders reached his room On hiss face there was no mark of failure Inc stead he was radiantly hippy Without a second delay he seated himself at his desk with a pile of music ruled paper before him One note fol lowed another in rapid succession till the first few strains were dune Then he ruse and played the air on the pianos It was the music of which he had dreamed Daylight had flooded the room before he finished but when at last he rote he breathed a sigh of relief After all his work he had finally accomplished something at least selfsatisfying They sat in the theater one evening soon afterward both happy both filled with hope Once more the great pipe organ began to play Once more as he had done before the man said Its ours yours and mine Then the first notes of the sung welled out and the whole audience listened reverently When the song ended the house was a bedlam of noise People clapped their hands stamped their feet whis tied cried applauded in every conceiv able manner Again and again they encored the singer When at last quiet reigned the man turned to the girl and repeated the words Its ours yours and mine It iis grand said the girl it only 1dl short before for want offur want of For want of love finished the man Chicago Tribune He Made a MUtakv The man who was soliciting for a charitable institution argued long and earnestly He wanted u coat ribu tion of 100 Finally the merchant reached for his checkbook The Lord loreth a cheerful giver quoted the solicitor withcheerful sat isfaction Does He asked the merchant hes itatingYoull find it in the Bible asserted the solicitor The merchant put back his check bookI was about to give you 100 he explained but I couldnt possibly do that cheerfully Doubtless it would be more pleasing in the eye of the Lord if I kept down to a point where I can becheerfulThereupon he handed a fivedollar bill to the solicitor and smiled pleas antly Chicago Post Bank deposits in this country amount to 8535053136 or 103 per Mjiita an increase of 100 per cenl TiT ten y ire but the amount in savings banks representing the money of the common people has increased only 50 per cent from 1712769 026 to 2597094580 Corporal punishment has been abolished in the disciplinary battal ions of tho French army c4t GENUINE OLD MAMMY As Vigorous at 83 as Most People Are at 50 SUM Worka In the Field and a a LnDnilrr Aunt Rachel Lay Hrr OKnlsra Xo Superior In Old Kentucky To be 83 years old and the mother of L4 children is to be somewhat die tinguished Iron other women but when in addition to this one is at vig orous as most people are at 50 and can do a days work that would tax a man there is somethingof the remarkable In the case This is the claim that Aunt Rachel Lay living on one of the Kentucky farms in Mercer county has for pub lic attention In her own phrase she came mighty near being u Christmas tree for her eightythird birthday was on December 1U02 Aunt Rachel isn genuine befo de wah darkyand she has a decidedcontempt for the pee ple who are so no count these days She is as upright as one of the forest trees that shade the little cabin which she helped Uncle Lay to build There newer was a richer clearer chocolate hue than her healthy skin shows and the only sign of age to be seen says the Cincinnati Commercial is the grayof her wool which is hid for the most part by the bandanna to which most nmnllnie cling lovingly- If anyone desires to know just how things were done before the civil war he has only to get Aunt Rachel started and she will make a graphic account of her own experience She was horn in Lincoln countyI and was taken from her mother at the age of 11 when she was hired out as a nurse girl She had charge of two tiny lads both of whom are dead and after this became a Muse girl She saw two of her brothers sold and then came the time when she herself was said This was according to her own decision fur the question came up of going away from her Kentucky home ti a new one in Texas AlNT KArilEL AT WORK where her master and iii stress were to locate and they asked the girl if she would go Texas stenhtda lungsway off to the little colored girl and she said she would nut go unless one of her brothers could go This bring impassible Rachel said she would rather be sold She was placed on the block at Iawrclicebiirg Ky Today she has no bitter recollection of that proceeding indeed she is very proud of the fact that she was sold fur 1000 She became the property of aIr Bell Here iis where Rachel found lift troublesome It appears from her story that Mrs Bell decided that Rachel should stay in every Sunday evening aud let the other negroes have an outing Aunt Kachel felt this to be unfair The other dar kies told her just to go out certain Sundays anyway Skishe begun It- get ready to do this one evening Mrs Bell coming into the kitchen and realizing what she was doing commanded her to stay I didnt want no trouble says lent Rachel with a sly smile so I just said Vesm and went on getting ready and after awhile I was gone It was the coming bane that wan exciting Mrs Bell came into the kitchen and said iant going to whip you Aunt Rachel just said hi dont want to hit no white per son but you aint guin to whip me The mistress then thought it wise to have masculine interference and said she would have her sues at tend to Rachel However Rachel had about the same answer ready Xoni I dont want to hit the buys but nu white man or woman line ever laid a hand on me and lain a gain to stand it My old master said for me never to let anyone hit me and they cant The end of it was that doughty Aunt Rachel was not whipped Aurt Itachel has been married three times and twice the courting was dons while she was a slave Her first hus band belonged to another family and the two only met at long intervals and even after they were married they were separated for many year Twentyfour piccaninnies hae culled Aunt Rachel mummy but all are dead except four None of the children are as strong as the mother who has split rails plowed in the fields planted corn andcut wood Even now she works much harder than the younger generation taking in great washings and wringing the heavy pieces with an ener igetic swing of the arm and a flirt of the water an was the style in the other days Aunt Rachel doe not care for newfangled contrivances in laundry work just a plain washboard and hand wringer is all she needs to turn out the whitest ol garments A Senalble Tip Joggles Whats the best thing for a fellow to do when hes ccmmitted bigamyWagglesWhy lookout for No 1 Town Topics One of the Victim Jac Many a happy marriage hat been spoiled bj money Tom Yes it spoiled mine She re fused me because 1 didnt Have enough Ti iS pdtJiii i REFORMS IN THE BEDROOM Error WalI hAre Commonly Made la the M klnsrtp of Bed and Other Detail We will be a healthier and happier rice when tthe double bed is ban shed The ight iron or brass bed teed with i mattress that can be easily aired and kept clean is the bed that ought to be ghntrallyused The bed cov ring par excellence is a lightweight blanket that can be frequently washed anti kept soft and white Tucking the bedclothes tight ly in is another popular error The practice of making up a Id almost airtight is as nnh nlt h fill us it U uu lean says Good Health The bed should not be placed ijjainst the wall but should be ac cessible on both sides The old fashion of placing the bed in an al cove which cannot be ventilated so well as a large room Iis considered to be an unhygienic one An excellent reason why a bed should not bo placed against the wall is that thin person who sleeps at the rear of the bed iis likely to have his face ihi ring sleep so near the wall that ibis breath striking the wall will be rtv breathed again So large a portion of existence is necessarily spent in sleep that the location of the bed the covering and bedding and the furniture of the bedroom should be the subjects of consideration and thought As it is too often this iis the last room con sidered In many families a good sized tIlt with no opening into the outer sir is considered good enough fur a bedroom Not only should the bedroom be thoroughly ventilated std exposed to the rays of time sun hit the bed clothing should be taken on and hung in the air and sun for several hours before the Ltd 11 nade tip- MODERN CLOTHING TOO THICK Iltuavy lntlrwt1lr E prIally Checks nIlralr Aetiun ur tim- eSkin anti Escretlun- An evil effect of noilrrn clothing iis that by its thickness it interferes with the excreting and respiratory action of the skin The work of ex cretion Ls thus either thrown IIIMII other organs alrratl nwcrtadit upon some tissue which the bodyc Iccts as a possible medium for elim ination Thus it iis likely that ca tarrh iis always caused by tin iim tivity of thskin TIll matter thus left in the body through the inai tivity of the skin 11Igrts h1 organs of the mucous meiubraii which is merely a Ikind of internal kin and thus we have catarrh says the Healthy Home Peiipl utd pr lection in cold weather limit they ui nut need their thick clothes in their warm houses Out of the hardest things to accomplish in our change able climate is to remove winter weight clothes at the proper tim without the usual ensuing Gilds a nl other disorders Unless exposed to all weathers in sums outdoor em ployment the better way is to w vr light or mediumweight undergir intiits and suits the year round de pep ling on heavy outside wraps It pr tcct the system during outside Xlltlsllrt ill tll1ur w iudy weather BITS OF FEMININITY tutlrrnblr Krnlurr of the Latest Iruiluel IIIIIM of the lriBM uiakrra frt Evening gowns were newer afore lovely with their dainty laces tingling with fur velvets and jewels The large drooping cape collars so fashionable on cloth coats are seen on nany long fur coats says the De troit IFree Press Facings revers vests and cuffs tf white or cream culorel cloth still ap pear on manyof the stylish cloth costumes designed for special wear Some of the French and English tailors are listing Henrietta cloth cashmere vigogne and the other light wool skirts with plaided silks nut the clan tartans but patterns showing very novel and pretty color blcndings Fur cravats are new and so few of them are as yet worn that they have a great deal of distinction They are merely a straight fur choker cross ing in front and held with an orna ment or bunch of tails They are flat not round which makes them unlike the littleI fur animals that were so modish about six years ago News Persian and oriental trim mings are very vivid in coloring and striking in workmanship Gold em broidery gold curd and gold applique flowers are stunning and freely used Chenille fringes mud passementeries in white black and colors ore very stylish and look well on light cloth and lace costumes Sweet Potato Caramel Boil two pounds of sweet potatoes until they can be peeled then put them into a pan or dish spread with a little softened butter then a little molasses over each one set them in the oven and cook slowly until a light brown Albany Argue Squash Mumua- One cupful of sifted quash one half cupful of sugar one cup of milk one egg a piece of butter as large as an egg two cupful of flour one teaspoonful of soda two teaspoon fills of cream tartar a little salt bake in hot gem pans Boston Globe Lily Cake Three cupfuls of flour are required for this two of sugar one of milk a half cup of butter a teaspoonful of saleratus two teaspoonfuls of cream of tartar the whites of three eggs and lemon flavoring to tasteS Y Her tld Discouraging l1el dont hear you practicing on the violin any more SheSn you see the heat injured it so that I cant use it The heat Yes pa threw it into the fire the other night Philadelphia Times Threw Them at Lila I suppose he got a divorce on the dodgeNotth j bricabrac and kitchen utensil dodge Philadelphia Bulletin Wii IiL 1i f4IW t STOLEN KISS IN COURT Girl 5itea for Damages for InJurlM Received While Trying to Evade Caresses The first case placed on trial at the fall term of the circuit court at Head hug Pa was that of Jennie L Keller by her next friend and mother Louise Keller vs Henry Borrel The plaintiff seeks to recover damages for injuries received by Miss Keller while trying to prevent Mr Borrel from kissing herMiss Keller lives with her widowed mother at Frush Valley Mr Borrel lives half a square away He is a widower sonic 00 years of age Miss Keller testified that she was 19 years old in March On the evening TOOK HOLD OF REU AHM of June 12 1JOl she was at Mary Irass a neighbors when she saw Mr Borrel about eight oclock He took hold of her arm and she tore away and went home She then went on an errand and returned home about ten oclock with cold oil Mr Borrel her mother and Maggie Kaimich were sitting on the porch Continuing she snit Mr Borrel took hold of me and said Glue me a kiss I became frightened and tried to get away from him Then when I tort away he let me fly down tram the porch I fell on the fence ladI then on the ground I didnt know anything more after that I was unconscious When 1 came to I went right off again into unconscious ness The next day I didnt know anything It tool more than a day for me to come to I was three months in bedI Then I IIS sitting up about two weeks nil then got sick again I had spasms and pains in my sides Dr Hiiyett attended me and then he brought out Dr Kmcntrout and Dr KaulTmaii A hospital doctor also came out I hall terrible pains and couldnt swallow I Istill get terrible pains old can hardly stand it She said theI porch had one step LAID TRAP FOR HENS loortllnnl Fondness for Chtkena- Cost n Wolf Which Und tern a Irl Ills Life Tina Stnrdevant tlf Steam Ilrillow Pa walked into tilti county commis sinners office recently with a wolf skin claimed the bounty and told this remarkable tale Thwtllf captured in Potter coun ty when a cub had been raised n Ihis home and was as tame as a dog But he had one evil habit lie iceJIM TELLS illS STORY was fond of chickens and would de vour the farmers poultry When the wolfs food was given him he would scatter it about him and then lie down with his head on his paw feigning sleep Soon the hens would surround him to eat hs food Woe to the one that camel within reach of his paw She was devoured in a minute For this crime the wolf was condemned to die Sturdevant fired a charge of shot at the beast but only wounded him and he ran to the woods The farmer and his two men followed the animal two miles and shot him again He crawled into a thicket and the hunters thinking he was dead went home The next morning the wolfcame to the kitchen door when the fam ilywere at breakfast and scratched for admission The farmers son was delighted He and the wolf were great friends and together they had a happy time all day Sturdevant resolved to spare the wolf for the boys sake but the very next morning the beast set his trap for chickens and devoured two Then he was filled with lead and the boun ty claimed on his head Unjustly Punished A friend of mine returning to camp after a days shooting says a writer in Navy and Army suddenly came n sight of a big she bear with two cub following in single file proceeding along a ridge the forms of the three being sharply silhouetted against the sky It was a very long shot but ledetermined to try Itso drew a bead on the old she bear and fired The result was curious The procession stopped the she bear scratched her self hastily then turned around and regarding Uie cub immediately be hind with grave disapproval boxed its ears soundly and then went trurtiling eon along the ridge evidently under the impression that her frolic some offspring had been up to sonic unusually objectionable tricks ji df I LONDONS BIRDAIIOUTTOWN A WidelyKnown arkdawl That Traveled Around for Year un lose and rams I Though by no meal s aged1 Js jack dare go the remark lilt bin which has just died at the ingel lriton had made a considers bit reputation during nearly 11 year of its associa tion with mankind a id time original purchase price of IS Ipnce which was paid by its owner Ar Thomas Heck some ten years ago wo s but a fraction of its value at the tim of its death Wonderful intelligent and no less surprising originalityof behavior were time characteristi of luck who was a favorite with a in the Brixon district though his roaming habits had made him not unfimiliar in other parts of the mctropol s says the Lon don Telegraph In his very early atd irresponsible youth Jack was a mischievous daw but after his first oivncr a little schoolboy hud sold him to Mr Beck his manners became more sedate though they never lacked variety the consequence being thatt sons of well authenticated stories are extant of the birds feats and his remarkable in telligence and memory His first home was a private house at Clapham but after he became an innate seven years ago of the Angel at the corner of Lou hhnrollJh road he took more extended view of life until his exploits became of almost worldwide fame for among those who have been to pay him a visit have been a large number of Americans and Australians who wring have coveted this sprightly him Jacks first flight from home seas when he sailed to the roof of a house opposite the Angel He returned safely to the call of his master but this excursion evidently gave him confi dent e anti thenceforward it was his practice to leave and return to his home whenever the spirit moved him In his restless mouths it was his habit to alight on the tramcars and busses which passed the dour and journey with the conductors to such places as the Elephant and CastleI Westminster Blackfriars Bridge and Streatham An other favorite resort of this strange bird was the police station whence after favoring tIll constables with his company for an hour or two he would leave for home on a tramcar like the independent citizen he was These habits and the general friendliness he displayed toward those who treated him kindly made the jackdaw an im mense favorite in the neighborhood and the news of his sudden death trough great sorrow to his master and mistress as will as to his many admirers At home Jack led a very systematic life First mull foremost he was the confident and personal friend of his owner whom he followed about the litmus and regarded with re markable fidelity An original genius Jack scorned the roosting places of ordinary members of his species and chose as his perch tin neck of a wine bottle resting in a basket on tIll bar counter Settled thereat bedtime he sleepily said loodnight in his own bird language to his minister but he was the first up in the morning and signified the same by regularly rap ping at Mr Becks bedroom door Hav ing superintended huts masters tub Ling operations Jack invariably hopped down to the bar and standing in the basin under till water top waited until he received a refreshing shower This was his daily bath which he never neglected At the time of his death Jack was moulting and the day before he died he took two baths the suggestion being that he was trying to alleviate the tiresome irritation which accom pan td his annual feather shedding Whether this had anything to do with his death is not known but the next morning Jack was found dead under neath hits exteiuM ri7ed perch This sharpwitted jackdaw who was friendly with all who behaved properly toward him serer forgot a foe and would unerringly recognize and attack persons who hail illtreated him He was a clever trickster and a joke he sometimes enjoyed was flying off with the small change of unobservant customers Still he never made an enemy Jack will lle stuffed and be represented perching on the bottle his grasp of which he relinquished when death took him A FEMININE MYSTERY It is a Paul Why Tall Wom n Are Melancholy and Small Ones Brisk and Cheerful Among the minor mysteries of life is the bewildering fact that as a rule the tall woman is ofa melancholy disposition while her smaller sister is of a bright brisk andcheer ful temperament Science so far as we know has neer addressed itself to the solution of this puzzle and the amateur philosopher is therefore left to cudgel his brain and marvel says the London Globe Why length of limb should make for solemnity and melancholy ways a writer on this subject is hard to determine and there the matter rests But it is not only on women that length of Troth bestows the temperamet of Melpo mene Sir Don Quixote was long and lean while his cheerful squire munching the crust of content on Dapple was short and fat In India there Is no brighter and cheerfullcr soldier than the little Goorkha and of late it has been recognized that n stumpy Tommy Atkins is much more vigorous and alert in person in the magniflcrrtbrother limb seems to suggest to the mind the need ofa stateliness of deportment which never troubles the con tubbyWefeminine side of our nation which is rapidly becoming famous for its ex treme height will some day become as serious and gloomy as Quakers and then we shall take our pleasures more sadly than ever To Be Well Spoken Of Uncle GeorgeIf you would have men speakwell of you after you are dead cultivate a sunny disposition and be kind and sympathetic with allTomYes and if you would have men speak well of you while you are prGSperouaBolilQa La 1 CHARMING OLD LADY- Mrs Matilda Founder y Head of an Ancient Family She Is DiugtlterInLawof KIliabftK Founllrroy Who nffa1Co trryuhhKloaUrltIlu Mrs Matilda FoiintJeniy wjio resides iu Padiicah Ky enjoys the unique distinction of being the daugh terimi law of Klizahcth F iiinllirV of Virginia with wlioiu irorge Wftshing ton was once in love In preference tn the illustrious lather of his Country Mrs FoniitVroj married her own cousinJuse1h Foun lleroy in Frederick county 1Ij she had ninei children and Mrs Finintle roy of I ad lira Ii iis the widow of one of her youngest sons Butler Iiiiintle royoho third many years ago Mrs Fountleroy iis b2 years of age and was 21 years younger than her husband Slit is a bright attractive lath and takes a vivid interest in thin things of the present as well as great pride ia her connection with the past The incident of Wellington having paid court to her motherinlaw she reinemhers quite well as a cherished tradition in the Fount Irror family The incident is mentioned in a hitory of the family In the history Clip ins of letters written by Washington suing for the fair ladys band are re corded In one of these Ithe lover pleads that Klizubeth will utter her decision and return his love Many of these ardent epistle from Washington to Kliaheth WIn published in a newspaper article several years ago In some of them the disc tinguished man descends to inditing some poetry to his lady love A novel of colonial times alluding to this love affair has for one of its charac ters a sprightly young unman who remarks when slit saw Washington in a riding suit equipped for the chase that she does not blame Elizabeth Fountleroy for refusing ti marry Washington since he is not hlIso goodlooking as her father Judging Mill MATILDA KOtXTLKIH V DaughteruLaw of Woman th Refused to Weil uhlntoll from pictures of the great general at that time however the young wom an must have been very fastidious This was some time after Washing tons marriage to tltt Widow nits Mrs Fountleroy never saw her hus bands mother but says she has heard him speak of her as a very beautiful woman She had blue eyes and black hair an unusual type which is always particularly pleasing She lived all of her life in Frederick llIItJ Va when she was married and when Washing tun knew her Her sons however came west as civilization advanced liutler Fountleroy settled in Mont ornery county Trim ere he met humid married pretty Matilda Bowman a daughter of John Bowman who was a revolutionary soldier His bride ass 17 and he was 3S He asked me slid the wife who had survived him for nearly a quarter of a century if I did not think that he was too old fur inc and I told him a blush stealing into her withered cheek as she recalls her courtship that I did not think it made any difference and the added We were very happy Mrs Fountleroys family were Vir ginian lint she was burn in Kentucky tier early life however was spent in Virginia MyI father married my mother in Virginia said Mrs Fount leroy They were both natives of Frederick county as iny husband people were Theymuvrd to Kentucky and settled near Louisville An old er sister and 1 were born there My mother died when my siRteranJ I were quite small and our father carried us both to our grandmothers in Vir ginia I was giver to my mothers mother and my sister to my fathers mother We used to have ninny a childish quarrel as to whose grandmother was the nicest ignoring the fact that each was equally related to both of us MyI mothers father Tares Williams was a congressman for a long while and spent most of his time in Washington When I was ten years old and my sister was slightly older my father married again and took us to live in Lexington Ky Later we moved to Montgomery county Tenn where I met my husband We came to Paducah some years after we were married MrsFomtleroysayc the New Orleans TimesDemocrat has three children two daughters and one son She makes her home with her oldest daughter Mrs J Henry Smith of Iuducaft She is just 19 years younger than her mother and laughingly says that they were girls together She it remark ably handsome despite her years and Ito a worthy descendant of the fair- E abeth Mrs Fountliroyh son Thomas Fountlernyera neat Pa- ducah He was a soldier in the civil war in the southern army Small Parma la Norway Norwegian farmers are wise and are eager to possess farms at the ear liest opportunity instead ofworking for other people There are about 10000 farmers in Norway and 109 000 of them own farms Fecundity of the Oyster The fecundity of the oyster In won derful A single female oyster in one seasons spawning will produce if she s of an average size about 16000000 eggs while a large specimen will produce 30000000 or 400000001 Ii t till lDy adof ahetka I re the aught Ijof king a- Iro nun She ntle one ntle3lra 3lrauaa and andsof sofe ding slithrd lily dry IIP tore reer verher omn lib rat lisng ngdel delhis Ie hoin inse try ryso Ig Jr r J r MOONSHINE LAND i1 Down Illicit Distillers Is r Dangerous Work ffDf nl taniaard In the Iur Are1t Triiillril lij the- ptbtaottuuJ LLlcfur luurn o ec- 111111ht t re aint no ten com mauiimeut and a man can tIieuThereII l which iis often1 aphorism tlt iis au f to the internal rc i nuts- rt11ian Georgia and North Carolina y greatest number of illicit rt the Ldiirtie tirr IIotaeci- Themakers of theftirhicdemiarticlei tautlou Misprctilip not only same Ljralleged friends but ctru 11kI- IrUUUll if at sumo of the members of oirown One of the agents bleat had u number of hairbreadth able and who Ias felt the tingle ad paiD of the bullets of the moou ytnets ratsNberrttr there i iIfOrm on the mountain top or ill the icft there is a man with a gun in iicd and the man lHnimt tllu Its feels himself to be an unjustly leted creature and he will out hesii W to put a revenue issue miner the cuII Entrystill is guarded lv night as arBls by day The agent v ho idling yet that hl can crawl over a trail and jposifssion of a forbidden still unlit the cover of tiarkness stay be a taitf manandaiienrrgetkiiflicial butt capIInymtxthshine I rest n lid try tl trteka lion or- Iliger in a dark jungle at midnight Tote men and their buys all know dat a risky business they are en pJd in but thud fascination of it as- tali u the profits impel them to con jute it Theyalt understand what jptnre and conviction mean and they layatnongthemthis with utmost oJjcbalacce IViui men tell ro tales They fet that they Late a right to do Mttfv plt311 with her product and f eowrnmeiU agent interferes and peal within the range of the gIn M uitt him right That is tIt moral CAROLINA MOONSHINER OS GCARDIphilosophy of those regions in this Christian country if ours It is cornmeal when it goes in an it proof liquor when it comes out It is moonshine whisky whether h- llluon r shines every night or not while itls being made It iis night work just the tame and will always be known by j eta popular name moonshine Hut j hat it is and how it iis inane nobody knows except those who have been tkereaed become acquainted with the makers of it in their mountain fast Mite The average moonshiner is anI illiterate countryman shrewd and iwpicious of all men He has heard1I of the law but it means as much to him as the word Art would mean to Hottentot He understands the law to be something incorporeal but inim heal to ajl mankind With the swordI of Damocles hanging over his head he keeps his finger constantly on the trig gee Maj Ralph Ballin tells a personal ex perience which is interesting and in itructue concerning these people 1 teal in Xorth Carolina on business for the department of justice Quite ai amber of people at the hotel inquired I into my business until I became indig flint and curtly but courteously told1 them that my business was my own I afterwards found out that they wanted to befriend me wanted to warn me because I was suspected of beingan internal revenue agent Word to that elect had been sent up into the moun talus eras after the accounts and con fact ofa couple of officials of th department of justice One bright moonlight night 1 procured a horse tad rode over the mountain side t- a town 12 miles distant The livery notafraidIdea of being afraid If had known that Iwas anbatunalideadeourse wJiictheatonethroughIJ fuintlyruggled hoptetsrsaw a and heard the crack of a rifle u thmode the UlelUngae maeacross the neck of myboracy thsporetheroadmillsorss WDSOlltfiveOrJ fromJmlssellme onenatskin across the hadeof for1ifewakrys nexlet dressed1beme th f 1 the remark that he never hadepected to see me alive He then ex planned to me that word had been lIalrt passed all around that fens un inter ladbeenme more than a week When they found out their mistake invitations saute to me front all directions inth1II111111tllinl to tunic up and visit them I1tun suret 11t royallithet It as pitable as they art hostile in ijis tinguishing enemyThe rev enue says that during the last fiscal year upwards of ISOO illicit distilleries I were discovered more than 500 were in IGeorgia and almost 5OO in North tar IIitrihlltldIur olina Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Mississippi end Arkansas The total seizures probably would not number more than onethird of those in actual operation Kahun county Jeorgia iis the banner distrust for moonshine vvhisky Fully SI per cent of the xip elation of that county either owns operates deals in or furnishes materials for tilt IIIIIoIlIlltIPractically no man in this county Ian hull oilier of any kind without opcnlj avowing his sInpiiliy with the moon shiners and their business In the twilight depths of some foli I wildltIjof the numberless high mountains of j II rthIsite of lilt still Distant from public 1111III wellknown trails in parts wellnigh inaccessible to strangers sometimes in a cave excavated for the purpose always half a mile from his duelling the operatorsets up his stillI oTerldIiUIIIj I or ready to tight if detected the work i on IIIi au exhaustlesa byefarworthless Here the supper still usu ally called the upper 1 orVOiuches I i height aadof lluatialllltlrh con rcotcti with a il f tipster several feet in length called the worm Sev A XORTH It a J 1 ii I ci eral tubs are necessary for homing drippingsIIT stirring fork and a small narrow bottle in which to test the liquor andl these trey articles comprise the wholes distillery A stone furnace is built and over it the still iis set The worm rests in a barrel of cool running water with one end connected with the lop bUtiijOne of the successful IIrevenue issues says The cornmeal is first scalded and left to ferment then 1malt is added for a second fermenta tion next there is a boiling of the iuser for what is called singling and finally boiling the singling In proIducesspiritsIas no knowledge of rectification his prod act is pregnant with fusel oil Yore over the liquor is sold before il has time to ngand therefore it la not desirable for the use of people ac customed to firstclass whisky either for medicinal or other purposes The usual price is one dollar a gallon Two gallons are produced from one bushel of corn which costs 75 cents The moonshiner makes a big profit Nearby the village It the tout of each mountain there is always a hol low tree or small cave in which the purchaser leaves a jug with the price of the amount of whisky desired After several hours the purchaser goes to the depository and finds his money whies ky The purchaser is always ready to swear that he does not know who stuffoAt the internal revenue office the older officials privately express the belief that the business wilt never be broken up no matter what ex pease the government may incur in a vigorous prosecution of the moon shiners nor how many ogentX scour the country for victims Though the jails be filled with captured moon shiners their sons or grandsons will be found at the old business De mand always creates supply says one of the veteran agents It makes ortnot so far as those people are con cerned There is a demand for moon shine whisky and a vigorous delnand or there would be no supply The demand will continue and the sup ply will continue Nevertheless it is our duty to suppress the moon shinersIf we can SMITH D FRY Phenomenal toe Is the only true musical phe no enon I ever saw or heard Why do you say that 1 Because he acknowledges that he slurs the country for cash first arid Art second and this Isnt his farewell appearance Cincinnati Commercial Tribune l I Journal I Utelroll III The Oil trot to the Coal Trut1t track a pocket that you PITH AND POINT 1Each roan thinks his match as big as the other mans torch Kams HornIt isnt necessary to speak the truth tit all times and even lies should be given a rest between political cam paigns Chicago Daily News tryimgShes too ambitious to attempt any such easy task as thathitcago Tost What Tommy liotIonutiyafterhe lint been to church for the first time = What did you get out of the funny silver plate mamma I1only got ia dime Harvard Lampoon excellenti ly used or it causes your friends to make unkind remarks about yonIndianapolis News My wife found a poker chip in my pocket and I told her it was a dyspep sia tablet That was clever Far from iit She swallowed the chip and the doctors hills test me more than the jackpottlhtladelphia I Icoord A Cash Equivalent l was thinking of having tilt ushers niTer my picture for stile at say one dollar each said the conceited actor Why not sell them at their fate value suggested Mr Crittiek Make it Ml felits Philadelphia Press Tricks of the tradehiii goods we are putting on the market now said the manager are not as pure as those we Mice been sellingI Theyre not exclaimed till nianu faelurer No Competition lint been so tierce that we late had to cut the price ami we cant alTord to put out mlie pure article at the present quota tioii For a moment till manufac turer was thoughtful Well ht said at lat hate Itrxviire of Imitations printed on the labels in larger much blinker type thus ever beforeChi cago Post KLONDIKE GOLD FIELDS There U Vrt flea of IiiMorkril lruuiiil Hot o c hence fur satall lrulor There has been a general impres sion that the Alaska boim is at an 11111tthat the product ion of golii from that region would show a de rei tf thitr and that two oe three more years would see the termination of the Alaskan enter prise This idea is not borne out by the facts as gathered by Charles S Me Nichols one of the nest known Indian agents of the northwest says the I iiieago Tribune Says Mr Mo Nichols in a letter to a friend in his foi mer home in Moinenco Kaukakce county In a recent trip fiom the north toast to St Paul I had as traveling companion a halt dozen Alaskan min ers of the better class woo were onI their stay to Chicago aid other IiC1cuulelgold s the froei north One of the men with whom I talked the most had spent three years at Nome working his claims He hired miners and a took at five dollars n day and board each The first year he clearedan average of 6O a day on each man including the rank The uext year he lid slightly better In the last season his working claims were fairly opened up and this semi son each of his employes cleared for him 110 for each working day His working force numbered I about nine Though the season lasts but 90 dugs it will Ibe seen that the miners pruf j it approximated 100000 The returned Alaskans nilurwhom had prospered beyond their anticipations declared that in the I whole district from Xome to the straits not ten per cent of the claims timid readied their maximum p rUlI Ill tion end that in 50 years hence the district would be yielding more of the precious metal than at the pr s rut time What show iis there for prospec tors nuts inquired the Indian agentLittle j except in the constantly I diicovered new regions replied one of the miners There is plentyof work for sober men who can avoid gambling mini getIa start A man with a few thout sands of dollars and a humid degree of business prudence ran do well if he iis cautious and awaits his chance to purchase a good claim U a rca UIII Ill price Such chances conic from the owners of massy claims who havet produringhe has to do the lilt assessment work each year to hail them This is just so much time mill energy tai en from claims already profitably prixlinin and must men have j Ilailllimiotonly yield a cone unable fortune hilt will take as much of their lives as theycar to spend in till fruit n north For this reason a careful man win takes his time to inrsliiu eau sieinv goodI undeveloped ilaims at frusta SIINNI to ooo out of which by gaud man agemiMit ucan clean up from S ooo to sctmooo Nut long ago continued Mrt Me Nifbols in his letter I gathered a totally ditrerent but equally iuterest iur phase of Aliiskau life in a talk with IIJov fattier Van Jorp now iu charge ufa mission mi the Flnthead Indian reservation Fur three tearsI 111 charge1ifAlaska nnd bis liiailquartirs were at Holy Cross mission roo milts up the Yukon river Ias particularly in terested in what he said of their ag riiulturul pM rimentK j onlylitparts c till Yukon on account of excessive moisture Iliven then the tundra or soil of moss several inches twirl must be removed by hand mill curt oil away Hut at this mission ii00 milts up the Yukon they had with the aid of Indian pupils surfaced about eight acres fwd grown all their garden stuff for the last year Tin yield of the hardier vegetables like potatoes til mips cabbage and most rout erupt peas and even beets was enormous Notwithstanding the short summer the days are so lung mind so wjriii that vegetable lift rapidityAtthe attic circle thni11 States government iis conducting agricultur al experimentslnacIun Possession may be nine points of the law but selfpossession is a law unto itself Chicago Daily News THE ELEMENTS OF SUCCESS By WRIGHT A PATTERSON ALL it animal energy push ambition anything you like but the clement that makes the boy move that makes him do things with a vim that lends motion to his legs and ac tion to his brain is the element that wins success It iis the boy without this element whatever it is that becomes the dullard the dler the loafer the failure Two errand boys entered the hall of a Chicago office building together a few days ago Though it was a sixstory building there was but one elevator and that one was out of order just at the time Both boys had errands for their employers on upper floors both looked at the elevator to see if it was running minding that it was not running and that it would not be for probably ten or fifteen minutes one boy climbed the stairs to complete his errand that he might lose as little time as possible the other sat down to wait for the completion of the repairs that would enable him to ride to the floor he wanted If you wanted an errand boy which of the two would you wish to hire If both these boys were in your employ and you wished to give one of them a promotion to which one would you give it To the boy who walked of course to the boy who had the animal energy the ambition the push or whatever it was that prevented his sitting on the bottom of the stairway and idly waiting for the elevator that he might be saved a few steps It takes animal energy ambition push to make a climber IT TAKES A CLIMBER TO WIN SUCCESS Occasionally we hear of one who is whisked to success on an express elevator He goes up like a shot while others are toilfully wending their way up the stairs BUT THE CAR THAT TOOK HIM TO THE TOP WILL BRING HIM BACK QUITE AS RAPIDLY he has nothing upon which to hold he is but a victim of circumstances It is the boy wha goes up the stairway step by step who puts action and energy intc his ascent to the tnp WHO WILL WHEN HE GETS THERE STnU r THOSE WHO GO TO LAW The EnclUh Are More GTCB to Set tllDK UUpatoB In Court Than Any Other aUotuUlty Deep is the confidence of the lint on in the law It settles his quarrels and he settles its charges or us much as he can defray states a London paper A parliamentary return issued re cently amid dealing with the judicial work of won shows that during the year Mentioned there was compared with the preceding year a slight in crease in appeals entered mud au increase in proceedings begun Compared with the average of the preceding four years the total of cases begun and heard shows an in creaseIt that of all time cases be gun considerably less than half come to trial The total of eases entered iu all courts was l31GsU and the number heard timid determined 4il IIS This means that one ease was begun for every 95 members of the population while one fur every 75 was Leant Seeing that there mire a plaintilT and defendant iu each ease it follows that one person out of every Il2y began a legal action and one in every T brought an action to I trialThe judicial committee heard 30 appeals from India XJ from the col ouies and 10 from Australia The av erase cost of these appeals is estimated at i50 each The average Lust of an appeal tc the house of lords is nearly twice as notch senior counsel in these tasty receiving from u to 75 guineas a day and their juniors twothirds of their fees Of MKt cases in thIIIIt of aH peal no fewer than 1UU were eases under tile workmens compensation acts The average cost to each party of these appeals is put ut 150- It is instructive as to the nature of lawyers charges to know that soiue hillIIC costs of appeal before the lords have hud as lunch as ffia pct cent taxed tilt and the average re dllt ill II by taxation was JUO Il out Iaillt hill of lusts was C 2 3i s but the hearing extended ocr Jl days The records show that tthere i no decline in till public liking for trial by jurymind that there iis tu inereaising preference for special juries generally at the request of tin defendants Of actions entered iu London and Middlesex and on circuit W were fur personal injuries ilO fur slander and lot for trench of prllllliIIC marring Limited mini other companies ire responsible fur iiion litigation than individuals Of tits actions iu Janu miry IJUl 4S Iper tent were by com panies Many persons will be surprised to learn that divorce and judicial sepa ration eases white showing a de crease for bush countryure propor tionately more numerous in Scotland than Knglaui- lIor the three years ending 1WH they were in Scotland 41 511S and 4i respectively fur every hunilred ihoiisaiul of the population IIn ling laml the eorreopondiiig figures were Li tt and M7 THERE IS PROFIT IN WEEDS Im lilol Thai Hit Itli let Vnrtitlen Are culuitultdsuotc ttlualrmutt Inlnuce A ganlen of weeds is nut the un profitable tiling usually imagined that iis if the right stint of weeds mire permitted to grow therein We l iiovt of a gardener who actually en sausages groundsel devoting a great piece of ground to its cultivation Of all weeds this is till gardeners pest limit our present subject hits an eye to business relates London TitHit tits rouudsel croHthere are sew eral during the season is constantly hawked iu the streets as food fur tints He declares that there is more money in u field of groundsel than in a field of beaus or a cabbage plot It is said that a certain farmer in the midlands grows the troublesome need known as ladys mantel by the acre Horses amid sheep Ire fund of the ladys mantel but few think to raise crops of it As a fodder plant it might very profitably be cultivated growing luxuriantly on anysoil mind practically taking care of itself un til ready for the scythe- A Yorkshire farmer cultivates the common vetch in great abundance on ground formerly devoted to tur rips and oats Not only is the vetch good fund for animals but it possesses medicinal properties as well Horses will tat heartily of the cool succulent herb when everything else js refused Nettles are greatly in favor among poor people in the northof Kngland during the early spring months Boiled as spinach they are agreeable and wholesome a fact which an elderly lady turns to gardeninweeds which she sells readily to the cottagers at a penny per big bundle Common as is the nettle it is tedious work picking a quantity but in this garden it grows in such abundance that an armful may be torn up in a few minutes Gladly then the penny is given to save a mornings tramp over the commons The same lady grows chickweed for larks and line nets easily disposing of it As it springs up quickly fresh supplies are ever reaey Another energetic woman eulti Tales blackberries for the market and makes them pay too The care fully tended berries are far superior in size mind flavor to those of the wild variety the crop is more certain and there his no expense in their cultivation She wonders why gar deners do not grow blackberries nt a general thing They are more profitable than raspberries she says and far more delicious Everybody likes blackberries and no matter how heavy the crop they are never left on ones hands Several persons acting on my advice have introduced brambles in their gardens and ex press themselves delighted with the results In a couple of years the berries grow so large that they seem like a distinct species altogether The Seat War When you can honorably do so the best way to conquer your enemy U to concur with him Barns nom THE NEWEST AIRSHIP Two French In vrtilur 1ropoit to fic the Sons Itaya a Tart of the Mo mite Tower Two Frenchmen M1 PaulI and M Lebaudy have an airship which is being built near Nantes France and the trials are sums to be carried out above the Seine so as to avoid acci Jonts The balloon iis 1Jl leet long and tG feet in largest diameter con tainting 1250 cubic yards It is of peculiar shape being tlat oil the un der side so that iit acts to some extent as aa aeroplane During the trials the ear will be provided with a guide rope 100 fret long which will be attached below to a lloat in the river this to be heavy enough to prevent the balloon tram rising As the scttiiMonal torte is often very suddenly increased by the suns rays falling on the balloon it is designedI to prevent a sudden rising due to this cause It has been found that when the dispersion of a cloud allows the subs rays to strike the balloon this may increase its temperature ti much as 40 degrees above the stir rounding air It iis estimated that a float weighing tall a ton will he sot ficient to provide fur this emergency Thej on elope of tbe balloon whirl weighs 00 pound per square yard or a total ofi6 pounds iis formed of a layer of stout cotton numb pasted iii each titluC a sheet of light rubber Tile outside iis eoit etlI with a yellow jrotectiug substance recently this severed and known as balloiiiue it iis foundI that this increases the tightness and also givesi protection from the suns rays The fabric thi constituted iis very ivsistant and a jpiece a yard wide will standI a test of 3500 pounds tension Its impermea bililv is unusual as tets show a leakage ol hydrogen of but eighti I cubic incliis Ijer sqnsiv yard in 24 hours or practically nothing llrlut- the balloon is MispciiiitnlI frame OS fretI long ui air of steelI plates andI tubes briciill with pin II II in It tar ries 4S horsepower gaslint motor which operates two propellers placedI on the right and left nf the frame thrown on by triitioiiI clutcies These two propeller answer for the driving as will a the stii ing N Y ConinurciaL AN ODDLOOKING FISH It I Callyd the 1hmutt hllii a1hur OUKh llrnlt maul Mil atoll ut lt u n de rr1 1lh From tin south of Irail where iit iis known a tin eliniuhito wiiicti means littleI pig 101110 an oddlook ing fish A few specimens WIt in traduced into luropi a few months agu maid careful swab shows that they bate a few marked peculiari i ties A thorough little piiiit the char chito iis fur it wages incessant war against much lurgir lisle t When the tints Ill II It s fur spawning it makes holes iu this ground hilt FISH WITH ALONG TAiL- instead of laying its eggs in these iit lays them in a dark corner Hat parents guard the eggs until the hinttheremove them to the holes vvJiieh are already prepared and which serve the young ones as nests until they mire ready to make their own way iin the world In an aquarium a chanchito feel quite at home and trey store inter cutting fish have ever been placed i one Detroit Free Press The World Greatest Wonder The greatest by far among great geographic features iis the Pacific ba sin If all the continents and islands forming the fare of the earth wee joined in one great continent its ex tent would scarce equal that of the great ocean and if the mass of all the lands of the globe above sea level were poured into the Pacific barely more than an eighth of the basin would be filled states the Geographical Maga zinc Ihree fourthis of our world sun face is water a full third of this vast expanse or a quarter of the tuperfices of the planet iis that of the great ocean while its abysses are ofsuch depth that a full half of the water of tit earth is gathered into its basin 7 n every point the Pacific is vast to vast as to tax if not to outpakv our powers of contemplation MAncient Ilahf nine Conductor The ancients did not have lightning rods constructed as ours are but they lead lightning conductors which shows that they knew how to protest themselves from the danger that lies in u thunderstorm Even so long ago as the tenth century lightning was diverted from fields by planting in them long sticks or poles on top of which were lance heads It is saidtI that the Celtic soldiers used to try to make themselves safe from the stroke during a storm by lying on the ground with their naked swords i planted point upward beside them I Graze I Food and Drlab Hundreds of horses and thousands of cattle in the mountains in the Hn t ivaiiau islands never take a drink o j fIwater A jointed grass known I maninia U food and drink to them iinJ = SPURS ON ITS WINGS The Kmlchl a Nattr of 5atfAmerica 1m One of Ibe StceIllrd In the World r One of the most remarkable curios ties in the world probably in this bird line is the kamichi the wing nt which is armed with spurs This ixld creature iis found in Brazil illiana end Columbia and inhabits the deep est forests along the water courses This large black bird is very re markable fur the strength of its voice which has powerful and peso liar guttural notes It bears on each i wing two powerful spurs and 01 its head a pointed horn three or four inches long The two spurs on each ij I SITUS OX UlltDS WINGS wiiifj are direitetl forward when the wing iis folded These spurs are the outgrowth of the metaearpal hour and arise tram-s the anterior part of tile two cxtn lII itie of this bone The upper spur is ex F the larger and is triangular alxiu f two tastes long andI slightly curvui 4 at the end A 11U11tyof explorers and natural ists captured our recently which idi now iu the London zoulugitail ganloii iIt iis very tame in its demeanor towart human brings but puts itself on the ilefiiisii as soon 0it sevi a dog It knows how to make swell good 11 of its spurs that it ran put the enemy to flight byea single sttvki Itesides these weapons on its wints utthe kamichi lass a very strung liralkand hard that resistant claws j BUILDING UP NOSES I lbII1 UI nell Niihoat t 1Lrut ini U cur br ihr lse ofct1ura111n 5as- I Almost the latest and to all wor aukind the most powerful mail inter e stingof modern forces in surgery iis the ass of parallia tax and with thi substance ditormitiea that at one time would have seemed irruni udiablt are removed iu a mniiiier UiaJ iis letlsixd to he simplyi marv lnu Thisi use of Urilin wax i i1m fun tasiii iiiveution purporting to corH hunt across time Atlantic it is u so Ihlr usage that is cunning into varyie I Iwith the greatest surgeons tt our realm Suppose that a uosi iis so badly broken that the joining totittb er titf the splinters is an utter illtMt sibility there is nu reason whatever that the note should be a defonniiy All our great surgeon nuts UiKe squantity of tits melted wax deal thisif i they very carefully inject below dueii skin tissuei of the nose and UK substance iis absorbed and gins ti set theysate most carefully ni lel tin iiosi to its original shape ir tU to an improved one So easyof manipulation iis tIlt sixvial pam nfdu wax in qualified hands and by the stub qualified alom it- shoiilil be luandlrulthjtt iit is wholly impossiole to tell that it hats bcvu used In some cases unsightly bol lows iu the cheeks and espetiallr scar tine rye have bun so fiihtl airthat it was impossible to say that they hud ever existed and in one speciallyrecorded ease the whole run alitercel by the very careful and art full use of the wix Manyof the nut ill Ical papers lately have been report ing marvelous instances of dcfonnu uJImeans singular new agent WestIj case of men and women with badly broken noses the defect con be removed I in a few minutes without a sear being left upon the patient anti without even the faintest inconven htruce Dying caused to the latter So new is the remedy that hint few rune paratively hove yet received the ben efit of it hint those who have would seem to have been vastly pleased at the alteration in three appearance London Tit ilils J JROYAL COPPER JEWELRY sTbt Metal I Vrrr Popular tar CiUB- Llaltm licit Suckle ant VwU nOther Article Copper is the latest of the common metals to become the object oT the jewelers work It IB the most fashionable as well as the newest altethe smartest things in the way oX sleeve links card and cigarette cases belt buckles vases and the like show it It is highly ornamental so fitted L and remarkably beautiful says the Kansas City Times It holds tho same relation to silver and gold ax do gun metal which is essentially steel and kay kayserzin wHich hublock tin for its basis It is made up in combination with pollfished and it costs just about past nsame as would a similar article oC Ilolid silver It affords n relief fnora I the somber gun metal and the shiajv silver and some people think it isi j prettier than either Many of the new articles shows this fall are delightfully artistic Sleeve links of the royal copper with jj silver rings and xilver imposed heads and the like were much admired saver vases with copper holders and especially silver and copper card smokers cases are among the rnnxfc Iin demand The metal is also used for flasks brushes whisks and toilet articles generally It is scarce e present but will become more plan tiful as the makers aria better equipped for turning it out Oae of the LOlli Art It It said that the Greeks hadrd cuirass maae of linen or woolen fiberwhich was impenetrable to the sharprest darts or spears That by tbe way Iis one of the discoveries that have nok been rediscovered for we do not know the secret of its maDwaqllfr s t t a G 1JtHE HERALD EczemaHow It reddens the skin itches oozes dries and scalesI l oriii The suffering from it is sometimes Intense local applications are resorted to they mitigate but cannot cure It proceeds from humors inherited or ac- quired4 and persists until these have been z zremovedI Hoods Sarsaparillapositively removes them has radically and permanently cured the worst cases and is without an equal fur all cutaneous eruptions UOODariLUircthabmuthutlc rrlceCcents l i HAZEL GREEN KY Fob 12 lOOn1 iiTHURSDAYMr Beckett the oil man is sick at Campton b J M Davis of Ezel has nearly r completed the Methodist church building at Sandfield i HEALTH is fully restored by theIt alterative and tonic Hoods 4 Sarsaparilla and you remember the old saying health IS WEALTH R L Bussabarger minister of the Christian church will soon start a class in missions F tIe Tinder of Carlisle will deliver a series of lectures at Pearre Hall beginning March 10th 6 L Dunning of the firm of it Dunning is visiting rela f fJand For friends Constipation in Indiana Lron Laxatlvesvruantdelremed chlidrena1t I to per barmless uuder allcrrcumatancea lrlce5g I Ildby J C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Swango Maylown Ky The Campton Oil Co have the machinery on the ground to bore a well on the SI Cabel place Aunt Roslyn Linden was at the point of death when we went to press this Thursday morning The nearest smallpox infected locality to Hazel Green is the little village of Campton 10 miles distant rv That case of Heiskill Salley re ported last week as smallpo did not materialize It proved to be something altogether different I Mrs E M Russell is this week visiting her father N B Graham and family near Salem Morgan county and Dick is baching I At the regular meeting of boardl j of trustees of Hazel Green it wa determined to have sidewalks put- down III on the extension of Broadway I ii IroUoI t for positions in the government i I serviceRailway Mail Clerks Let I tor Carriers Custom House andI Department Clerks etc Apply to InterStato Corres Inst Ceda- Rapids Ia 20 Many applications for stock iinI the Hazel Green Oil and Gas Co lave already come to Secretary Cord See ad of the company inI our paper today Ii All of Dr Centers family help I included except the doctor have this week been laid up from vac cination Clayton says he was confined to his bed for a day I CASTORIAForI Yw Klld You Hall Always Bought I Boars the 71AS1patwoof r I Mrs Josie Swango was takenI sick on Sunday night with some chronic complaint and suffered a severe pain in the stomach Butl she was up and about Tuesday One Minute Cough Cure gives re lief in one minute because it kills the microbe which tickles the mucous membrane causing the cough and at the same time clears th phlegm draws out the inflamma r thrr parts g Cure strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia and is a harmless and never failing cure in all cura ble cases of Coughs Colds andi Group One Minute Cough Cure a is pleasant to take harmless andI r 1 good alike for young and old MarriedWednesday night at the residence of the brides father Win Hurst of Stillwater Miss Stella s 7Hurst and Cecil Hurt of Grassy Rev Dr GtI Center officiating DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The only positive cure for blind r bleeding itching and protruding piles cuts burns bruises eczema and all abrasions of the skin De HazclSalvepu r unadulterated witch hazel rfll1 I others are counterfeits DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is made to dun0 counterfeita are made to Bell s t- Smallpox at Campton CAMPTON KY Fob 9 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky I Dear Sir As there is being a great deal said about smallpox at Campton and the people of thett county are afraid to come hero to attend to any kind of business I 1 thought I would write you the facts concerning tho matter At f this time there are 12 patients inI i the hospital and about 20 in thoII homos The most of them are III obont well but can not bo turned out for a few days Since the smallpox broke out hero about tho first of JanuaryJ there have been 84 cases in town and four cases in the country about two miles from Campton It seems that wo have I the disease about controlled asII there have been no cases developed in new families for about 10 days Wo expect about 10 moru roses as 1 there are that many who havo bee t IIJJ exposed All tho houses whore tbe I I disease is are under strict quaran conIsider i attend to it Though if they nreII afraid of yellow calico they would uot tarry long in town as you will see a small yellow flag at about half of tho yard gates in town We have two good nurses one lady and one gentleman at our hospital and the patients are doing well most of them able to eat sweet potatoes Yours very trulyIJ W CoNG KTOX County Judge ij I Mrs leePrewldent Laura Woman S WebbII credo Club ul III 4I dreaded the change of life which wu fut approaching I noticed Wine Iof Csrdui and decided to try a bot Ii tic I experienced some relief the first month so I kept on taking it for thru months and noII menstruate andBnow until I have passed the climax IIonFemale weakness disordered falling of the womb and offIof life Do not wait but take Wine of Cardui now and avoid the trou Ible Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman of Iany ace Wine of Cardui relieved dMI of life Mrs Webbs letter will j doesrnow But you may now avoid the I Druggistssell Ii i OF About Our Own From the Jackson News PeopleII Floyd Stidham of Neola who has been charged with selling whis key was arrested last Friday by U S Deputy Marshal Patrick of Salyorsvillo He was taken toWest Liberty the same day and tried and held for his appearance at U S court at Frankfort March thoii R E Cundiff of Campton has accepted the position of storekeep er at Obp Roberts distillery Mr Cundiff is one of the cleverest men Iin the revenuo service Jack Christman a wellknown farmer of near Campton was tried in the Wolfe county court Tuesday on the charge of lunacy and ordered to tho asylum A party of 65 from Montgomery and Wolfe counties loft Lexington on Tuesday to sock homes in tho Indian Territory biteeA runaway almost ending fatal theI 0I of J B Orner Franklin Grove hIll For four years it defiedalll doctors and all remedies But noil for burns bruises skin eruptions and piles 25c at J T Days Ha zel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drug stores Master Bruce Pieratt has thot thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a nice beef liver neatly wrapped up and bearing the inscription Compliments ot Bruce Keep It in Your some And when the bowels fail to act prop any take a dose of LYONS LAXATIlI rjuFMt acts gently but effectually on the kidneys liver and bowels will keep your system in good working order and salsa your complexion clear CreekWI From the Indian Territory TtTTLF INO Ten Feb 2 I Editor HERALD Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir The last time I wrote I you I was serving Uncle Sam in I the humble capacity of chasing the wily googoos of the far away Philippines but am now tho proud possessor of a couple of brunksjj and winning laurels in quite a dif ferent way My first initiation on Mr Bronk was pretty tough and I landedon my head but 1 think that is a thing of tho past for I have learned to steer clear of outJ Inw8II The lino I have to ride is only 20 mill around rnd I have three greyhounds that are hard to beat anti so I have a nico chase after coyotes and jackrabbits every dayJ Ono of my neighbors killed nlnrgejj wildcat last week I wont a deer hunting two weeks ago but didntI find anything Eat the first day after 1 came back I saw five fine deer while riding my line and ob how 1 wished for my Winchester lint alas The nearest house from my dug out is 12 miles and it is graced by full blood Indians one of whom is my dollpig ha halI She has discarded tho blanket though When my good old mountain friends rend this I wish theyd write me just any kind of an old letter from the mountains or give mo a picture of lifes other sideEdgar B Jones if you see this you must not forget your sea dogI friend Ed how would you likeI to be back at Najaski Japan The Olympia theater would suit me O K Lot joy he unconfined With best wishes for you per sonally and success to your paper with a handshake around I am Yours truly H H GISII A Weafc Stomach Causes a weak body and invites disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures and strengthens the stomach and wards oil and overcomes dis ease J B Taylo a wealthy mer saysistomach I lost all strength and run down in weight All that mon ey could do was done but all hope of recovery vanished Hearing off some wonderful cures effected by use of Kodol I concluded to tr it Tho first bottle benefitted me amIIIIJohn Montgomery aLd Willam of Magoflin county were guests of George Rico Saturday to Monday morning Tho latter cant to see his daughter Miss Genoa who is a student at tho academy t while the former was visiting his daughters Mrs1 Rico and Miss Hul dah Montgomery who is of THE IlKiiMn household Mrs Easter Linden wife of Big hill Linden at tho head of lied river is dangerously ill with typhoid fever She is a sister to Mrs Roslyn Liaden of Gilhnoro- I creek who is dangerously ill of the same disease F M Long has sold his mill toI J AmyxPROFIT t The matter of feed is oft tremendous importance to the farmer Wrong feeding iisi loss Right feeding is profit The uptodate farmer knows what to feed his cows to get the most milk his pigs to get the most pork his hens to get the most eggs Science But how about the children Are they fed according to science a bone food if bones are soft and undeveloped a flesh and muscle food if they are thin and weak and a blood food if there is anemia 0Scotts Emulsion is a mixed food the Cod Liver Oil in iit makes flesh blood and muscle the Lime and Soda make bone and brain It is the standard scientific food for delicate children Send for free sample ba pictarethe th- eE of every botch otr you buy Scott Bowne CHEMISTSmN Y1 5ft pad I11 all atojjjit M J S Rittenhouse who recently purchased the Swango spring with his wife arrived here Saturday and are domiciled at Uncle Harry Swangos He will at once begin the erection of a large barn and a small house in which to live while the new hotel is being built If the weather permits Mr Ritten house hopes to be ready for the reception of guests by the middle of April or first of May and when he opens up he will set a table second to nono in Eastern Ken tucky Jonas Vansant of Campton was hero Monday afternoon and being asked about the smallpox situa tion at that place ho said All who have had it are getting along nicely but 14 new cases developed Saturday and Sunday DR FENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache XtdnCUREB1tf Dont become discouraged There is a cure for you It Iris eDuer He kiut spent a life etimecuring t such- casesauyours A1lcoaqultatlonSYree- A gravel lodged In tny bladder After using a few bottles of Dr Fenner Kidney and Backache Cure I passed a gravel half as large as a marble Tho medicine prevented further formations 1 was cured WTOAKES OrriiVa Drocclsts 50c II Ask for Cook RookFreeSir CT Kure Cure I VITUSDANCEI Keener FredonIaNYI COUNTY NEWS NOTES RIDGEWOOD RUMORS c Rev James Madden preaches here every second Sunday Miss Maud Spradling xccompan ied her sister Loulio Russell as far as Kidgewood Junct on Sug Townsend went to Torrent Saturday evening Suja a hust ler and dont you forge it Miss Casey Woolsy who has isygetting able to sit up once more Noble McDonald of Bowen who has been here buying locust posts for the past month has gone home There is a Sabbath school at Beech Grove every Sunday at 9 oclock and prayer meeting every Thursday night eA great religious revival has just closed here Scores of persons claim conversion and have entered upon a higher life H T will start for tho city in a few days to purchase his spring stock of goods He ought to put an ad in THE HERALD business of all kinds is on a boom here at Ridgewood and it will not belong until this will I be the most business place in ths countyT Tntt and Thomas Murphy visited tho family of H Amburgy Sunday evening and promised tha they would go back by the 15th of next month as it is his time to hive his bees There is a great deal of sickness in and around this place Mrs J B Staggs is very sick but we hope it will not bo long till she will be able to mix end mingle with the people again Died Jan 21st at her home near here Mrs Tncmda Townsend wife of Weeden Townsend after giving birth to twin girls Mrs Townsend was a noble woman and beloved by all who knew her Master Goebel Estey challenges tho world on being the lOst Demo crat and most famous dancer His e only three years old He is the son of James Estey and has been taking lessons under dancing Gord Wells and we acknowledge tha he is hard to beat Mrs M Styles who has been visiting relatives in Ohio for the past three weeks returned home Jan 31st and her many friend- are glad to have her among them again Mr Styles met his better half at Lexington and he has been all smiles since her return Feb 2 T K TUTT The Easy Pill DeWitts Little Early Risers do not gripe nor weaken the system They cure biliousness jaundice constipation and inactive livers t by arousing the secretions moving the bowels gently yet effectually and giving such tone and strength to the glands of the stomach liver and bowels that the cause of tho trouble is removed entirely These famous little pills exert a decided tonic effect upon tho organs in volved and if their use is contin ued for a few days there will be no return of the trouble Rev Mr Bussabarger the new pastor of the Christian church will on Sunday night preach upon the subject The Mountains of the Bible and extends to every citizen a cordial invitation to bone e of his congregation on tha occasion rj I LionCo Statesof The greatest nation in the world I IsII the greatest consumer of Lion Coffee Iif the standard beverage of every state and territory of the UnionI Its pure thats why Alan e 1 lb alrtlaht alA pactat- leaortae ee fr hner sad cattorm peatltr j I MORGAN COUNTY NEWS 0MAYTOWN MISSIVES 0Miss Maggie Childers is on time sick list Miss Artie Dye of Ezel was in town Saturday Mrs Leo Hall of our town isj very ill at this writing Protracted meeting began at the Ward schoolhouse Friday night AsaNickell 1 and wife of Jericlu are visiting relatives at this place Bill Childers and Estill Clark made n flying trip to Ezol Sunday G Wilson purchased of Mrs H L Center on Saturday a flue cow at 10 I Silas Pieratt who has boon very sick for sometime is slowly im provingJ of Harrison county is visiting friends and relatives in this county John Oaks of Breathitt county is visiting his sister Mrs H1a Center of our town Miss Stella Manlier has been very ill for the past few days but is some better at this writing A number of young folks had quite an enjoyable time at Miss Lizzie Pieratta Sunday evening Those present were Misses Nannie Day Maud NelV Jennie Pieratt Jennie Ingram John Oaks of Oreathitt and Morton and George Center Di1Hl f only a few months 1ut made quite a number of fri fms sad acquaint I ance who join his family and rel atives in their snd bereavement He was buried Feb that Bethel Feb 2 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