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I o roSUBSCRIPTION RATES 1- I One year in advance o 100 I Six months In advance 55 IThree months in advance 30 Single copy cash in hand05T- he date after your name indicates time you are paid to You renew 10 days before time is I always address state when give changed renewing postoflice or to shouldII Remittances should be made 0 registered letter or bank Leo dranII000 fO = UftOUOl 01 II Rei1ewargI Ii 2SW a NEW AND CHEAP GOODS WILL KINDLY ASK ONE WE and all who pays us cash or oth er pay to call for coupon ticket and receive premiums from our large assort went of DECORATED QUEENSWARE I gotten up especially for the holiday trade Come at once First come first served Also those back number or unthankful fellows are invited and will save us hunting them up aa this is one time we are going after one and allwho does not respond and pay for past favors Respectfully Ac W W SWANGO CO May town Ky Nov 14 W L CEVEDON EEPRESESTINO GUGGEWHEIMERSCOMlnc Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VA U4 Headquarters West Liberty Ky j I will bo on the road immediately with full line of sample Dry Goodsjj Notions White Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placing their orders 46ly KodolCure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the dlgestants and digests all kinds of food It gives instant relief and never tails to cure It allows you to eat all the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take it By Iits use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else failed It is unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant help bat do you good CUetwirrCoCblcagoa CONDENSED STATEMENT 0050- t x BanRDfWeSUIDeltu J WEST LIBERTY KY i r Showing condition at the close of busi- nessfc December 31st 1902 fe RESOURCES OtJoaos and Discounts 3480033 k Overdrafts Secured 024- j Furniture and Fixtures 133275 m House and Lot 143660 K Due from Banks 3466099 Cash 5742 61 7787842 LIABILITIES fCiplUl Stock paid in 1455000 Surplus 6000 jXJndiYided Profita 11 3 rtteporita subject to che k on If which interest is not paid 6281 8 9a I 778842 I THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDO Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell = 0 EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26 1903 NUMBER 31 SP onceOwnerCASIORIA i For Infants and Children the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SignaZare of I j In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA ft caAUIt co oaw YO CfTl BayExpensea and 3 per cent dividend I were paid out of last six months earnings W D ARCHIBALD Cashier- S W CECIL 1 T J WELLS Correct Attest- S It COLLIER J Subscribed and sworn to before me by W D Archibald Jan 2nd 1903 J R KENDALL 15jan2m Notary Public ITile Raze Green Oil dlll Gas GoI- NCORPORATED t w Is rtbw ready to do business Home office Hazel Green Ky More than 7500 acres of most desirable lands ga A definite amount of the capital stock has boon set apart for sale for development purposes All stock full paid and nonassess ableFor particulars call on the pres ident John M Rose or tho secretary Wm H Cord AsJ0vs N i Tno WiIlcnostor Bank i WINCHESTER KY A N H WTBERSPoocPresidentR O Jg Up Capital 9100OOOOO Surplus i S2OOOOOO IIraid Deposit of 840421G48 X bank solicits the accounts of X farmers traders and bus j n mess men generally throughout East 9 x em Kentucky and offers its custom X ers every facility and the most liberal A X terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly oc JCOOCAQC OCO00 OOv W a T a CASKEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dealer in General Merchandise and Country Produce NOW ON nAND A LARG HAS well selected stock of Dry Goods Notions GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS Ac c tarla fact everything usually kept iaI first cleea general store Call and examine his stock and hear his prices He will treat you steely G of t THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor From Our Own Special Correnjion- dentWASHINGTON CITY I WASHINGTON D C Fob Editor HERALD Only 14 15II now remain of the 50th and into this brief space must be I crowded many important measures and treaties or they must go over to the next congress I Now that the administration legIislation its laurels and let other legislation slide The Democrats are to be con gratulated on their stand on the trust question While the bill was not all that could be desired being a kind of homeopathic dose the I Democrats supported it and made their position clear that whilo they considered it weak and insipid it was the best that tho ma jority would do The president has signed the bill creating tho new department of Commerce and Labor and Mr George n Cortelyou will be its first secretary Tho new secretary is popular with all classes and is well equipped for the duties of his new position The senate committee on commerce has recommended that Dr Crum the negro appointed by the president as collector of the port of Charleston South Carolina bo not confirmed Tho president in sists however that the senate go on record in this matter But the probabilities aro that Dr Crum will be among the missing when the senate adjourns sine die The Hon Olle James the mem berelect from the first district has been here for some time learn ing the ropes He will divide honors with Representative Sullo way of Now Hampshire chairman of the committee on invalid pen sions as one of the biggest men physically in the next house And I suppose he will measure up in tellectually with most of them Ho succeeds Hon Chas K Wheel er who voluntarily retires from the strife of congressional life And I want to say a wordabout Mr Wheeler While ho needs no encomiums at my hands it is al ways a pleasure to testify to the sterling worth of a Kentucky Dem ocrat During his career in con gross he has been one of the strong on the Kentucky delegation and one of the leaders on the Demo cratic side His assignment to several important committees tes tifies to the fact his worth was recognized by his colleagues Ho is a man of pleasing address and no Kentuckian no matter from what section of tho state he came ever called upon him and met with a chilly reception If he could aid you it was a pleasure for him to do so I do not know if his ambitions lie in that direction but the people of Kentucky could not choose moro wisely if they select ed him at somo time for their chief executive He would make an ideal governor and I hope some day to see him occupying that exalted positionKAPPA OKAPPA Tragedy Averted Just in the nick of time our little boy was savedwrites Mrs W Watkins of Pleasant City 0 Pneumonia had played sad havoc with him and a terrible cough set in besides Doctors treated him but ho grew worse every day At lengthwe tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption and our darling was saved Hes now sound and well Everybody ought foEr coughs colds and all lung diseases 50c and 100 bottle is guaranteed by J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton druggists Trial bottles free Dr J M Waldeck who has for some time boon practicing medi I cine at Shoop in Montgomery county with the view to locatin there returned and had a sale of his personal effects here Saturday and Monday morning he and his family left for their new home to the regret of a good manywsftia l t iif V I AyersMalaria and Ague Cure quickly destroys malarial germs Gives prompt relief in all forms of malaria Sure preventive for those living in malarial districts 1 Mst IHUBERT VREELAND For Commissioner of Agriculture As its thousands tf readers know tho Farmers Home Journal does not often express its prefer ences or advise its friends and pa politicalloffices we deem it to bo in our special province to speak plain word where the interests of tho farming classes of Kentucky aro specially concerned and in this connection wo desire to express our heartiest indorsement of the candidacy ofI Mr Hubert Vreeland of Jefferson nomiI state primary will be held on May Uth in every county in Kent cky and every Democrat will doubtless feel it his duty to go to the polls and there express his preferences in the various contests for state offices As for tho other state offices tho Farmers Homo Journal has no preferences to express be lieving that it should have an eyo onlyI to that which is of direct con corn to the farming classes Mr1 Vreolaud was formerly representative of the Farmers Homo Jour nal and for the past threo years has been the assistant commis sioner agriculture receiving tho appointment from Commissioner 1 B Nail on account of his special fitness for the duties His service as assistant has familiarized hint with all the duties of the office and in fact has given him n knowledge 1 of the conduct of its affairs that now man could not acquire until after year or two of his term had expired Mr Vreelaud has all his life been a steadfast Democrat always supporting ac tively the regular nominees of his party He has already received the indorsement of thousands of the most representative farmers in Kentucky and it affords us a real pleasure to be able to recommend to our readers aud friends such an eminently qualified and estimable candidate as Mr Vreelaud We speak for him because we know him Wo speak for him because we know the requirements of the office which he seeks Farmers Home Journal Louisville Weeding Bell Are Ringing Henry Cecil lejft here Tuesday morn ug for Chambers station in Menifce county where he and Miss Carrie Swango daughter of Arbury Swan were Wednesday united in tho holy bons of matrimony Rev John Wilso officiating Tho bridal party is expected hero toda or tomorrow and Henrys friends are already preparing to give him French serenade commonly spo ken a charivari when therell be music in the ai- rOverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once ITheI Its You a a a a a o a I ter out the waste orI impurities in the blood If they are sick out of order they fall to do their work- Pains achesandrheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the neglectedkidneyKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady thoughtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their beginning in kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for 1Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and Is sold on merits fiftYIcentes may have yourblood or noaeorgSmunpKoc you to out If you have kidney dr bladder troub Mention this paper when writing Dr Kllm Co Binghamton N YI IDou make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr kUmera Swamp Root ana the address Binghasiptoa N y on every bottle I How Old Is the Grandfather During the recent severe cold spell tho mails to and from Hazel Green were very irregular On tho Mt Sterling route John Banks who is 70 years old is tho carrier I and when ho didnt show up for two days somo one asked what tho cause could bo to which Henry Pieratt who as some one observed at tho time is always making a fool pass JJ replied Why Mr Banks heard at Mariba that his grandfather got hurt while rolling sawlogs and stopped over to see him Now how old is the grand father Every Movement Hurts When you have rheumatism Muscles an stiff and sore and joints are painful Hoods Sarsaparilla goes right to the spot In this ells ease Deutralizes the acidity of the blood and radically cures Accept no substitute Taylor Hatton of Stillwater who has bought a farm in the west end of the county rather than be at the cxponso of moving his corn sold about 250 bushels to Robert Hose at 45 cents per I SI LEDBEN VOLUME NUMBER It hi reported in business circlesII that A B Colo of purchased lot in Campton on which he will at once erect a I I machine shop which will furnish employment for upwards of 30 men It is also rumored that company of Chicago business aII will in the coming spring erect stave factory here which will give employment for about 75 men I Camptou is jumping with both feet into a highboom tide and will soon be rolling on the top waves of the business world The new bank recently organized here will open doors for business March 1st We will expect a decent advertisement for THE HERALD from this Pierpout Morganlike institution More than this There are two oil and gas companies now making breakneck speed preparations to sink wells for oil on the very borders of Campton No doubt the completion of these wells will establish beyond question that we are in the midst of a great oilpro ducing territory Then real estate will quadruple in value A boom is coming Let all these concerns advertise in THE HERALD C C Hanks of our town who has been in the Indian Territory to look after the interests of tho memberyof the Choctaw tribe returned homo last week He says each heir if successful in establishing their claims will get 320 acres of land and about 5000 in money About 250 applicants living in this county have filed their claims The matter will be adjudicated by tho Davis commission in March Some of the good folks of this place owo for THE HERALD It takes money to run a paper in a little village as well as in cit ies Now wont you give me a pleasant call and pay off It will bo appreciated and besides it is good business religion to pay your debts and get tho best paper published in the mountains The Wolfe County Oil and Gas Co has contracted with T M Beckett to drill an oil and gas well which will be sunk on tho farm of G W Halsey of this place Last week T M Beckett the practical oil man was ill for a few days He thought he was taking the smallpox but was not as he soon recovered Dr J H Stamper this week went to Louisville where he will enter a medical college to take a etcleerThe wife of Ky Gibbs of Devils crook died on Wednesday of last week She watt interred in the Holly graveyard G y r riFayw d V vsvvvvwwvwvnra THIS BELONGS TO J j I HAZEL GREEN Who carry larger stock sell goods cheaper than any other firm r 1ri0C JrCCni wGrGGOC XX h hA WfPTON COUThEi I 15I family of Rev Powell Rose of tho smallpqx and have full freedom of the world again kiugItrip to Lexington and Beattyvllle last week It seems that TOE HERALD shud inaugurate an oil and gas news department It would be a go and a moneygetter All of the smallpox patients in the pesthouse were turned out on Monday The epidemic which has been raging here the past month is about stamped out E F Duff a farmer living near here claims to have discovered a spring on his farm in which nj fine quality of lubricat ng oil stands on top of the wa er and that when a match is ligl ted and touched to the oil that it v ill burn for fully 15 minutesI glintonl lively newsy paper Take THE HERALD Only one year for both THE dOlla1nton Courier a tion offer News of Campton and the little village of Hazel Greet each week i Hon J F Vausant recently vis ited Martinsburg While away he caught the oil fevor and as a con sequence he seems to bo surcharged with an easy flow of natural He contemplates moving from our town this spring which we regret but it will lessen the bigness of Democracy considerably Ye editor last week visited the Frozen creek oil field owned by the Anchor Oil Co They have put down two wells Both are fine producers is the information ob tained from reliable unofficial sources This company will com mence drilling on well No3 im mediately Wolfe and Breathitt are lying over lakes of oiland there is no sense in keeping this fact in the dark An honest business has no cover in secrecy 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 aboutthe future we do know If for instance a lackof energy ambition and loss of appetite shows itself wo know it will be followed by serious com plaints if not checked Often Liver and Kidney trouble follow quickly In any evont Electric Bitters will restore you to health It strengthens builds up and invigorates run down systems Only boo Satis faction guaranteed J T Day Hazel Green and S Combs Sans Campion druggists f I I lom i ADVERTISING RATES Column 1 year S60 00 11 Of 1 year 35 00 Of 1 year 20 00 y 2 Inches 1 year 10 O i 1 Inch 1 year 6 00 iIn I t AnnouncementsStateandDfstrlCYofficers c t 7 SPACE jIKY a and 1 AC x Cj I 1The gas by S a r RailwayI1 Time Table in Effect October 19 1902 EAST BOUND Daily No2 ex i II a= ex Sunday 111 111IIi i PM I 6 1No4 2 3 25 10 LveIIw3 50 4 OG 4 35 pm 5iINat 9 54 am 4 49 pm 62 10 08 am F 5 11 pm 70 BridgeIISi 10 29 amrC 11 pm 90 O tK 11 26 am 6 15 pm 94l 11 30 am WEST BOUND No1 si f No3 Daily exf STATIONS A Dully ex Sunday if I Ii I Sunday = s AMArrJ l IPHArr10 10 am 0 Jackson 0 6 05 pm pmSI II I I 48 23 am 44 tNat Bridge 44 I 4 30 pm + 8 01 am 4 01 pm i 7 47 am 3 47 pm 726am 15ilStanton15i 26 pm 6 29 am 2 30 pm 6 25 am 225 inn I ItO t K BRANCH EAST BOUND No 33 d 121 No 21 i+ DailYJex = STATIONS Daily ex 11 1 Sunday 3 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 335 C OAK Junction 6 11 26 4 17 11 Wilhnret 11 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 13 1168 510 20Lee City2O 12122 i 518 22 Helechawa 22 1228 545 27 Cannel City27 12145 P31 Alit PMAB WEST BOUND No 34 Z I SI No 22 Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex Sundayr Sunday sr 9 15 sJackaon 235 4ii 910 60K Junction 6 230 t 8 23 11 Wllhnrst 11 1 68 t A 8 15 13 Hampton 13 1 52 t 7 35 20 Le City 20 1 28 7 26 22 Helechawa 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City 27 1 05 AM LvR P YLvB Nos 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Kentucky Railway Division daily except Sunday Nos 1 and 2 connect at It A E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling pointsNos at Beattyville Junction with L A for Beattyville daily ex cept Sunday A f J R BARB Genl Manager CHAS SCOTT Gen Pus Ag- entDOSEDUNNINC PRACTICAL BLACK8MITH8 AND G WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY f Invite the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their im proved facilities for blacksmithing and wagonmakiDg u awellt mecbaaicsinures a all work entrusted to them and satisfac r tion is guaranteed in all cases 1 foartIpeeUU1lOlIcltedaadpredated ne iiIWBKJj f r 1 ic I c w11 THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN i i I KY I AFAIRTRIAIJ I By PHILIP MANILA t t t t t t t t t J ft I declare said Miss Wur WilY suddenly There iU Mr Barton in that fur office looking 4 through some books 01 must speak J Jtohim How strange that he should happen here just as you and I dropped S in That is Barton sure enough an swered her companion Tom Moford And as sure as I live hes preparing to propose to another girl Miss Waringford blushed crimson j Why why what do you mean 4 0said Moford lightly Isee hes j looking through Duns and Brad Iitreetsfinancial reports and I suppose 4 j prospecjeIthousanddollar class or not Why said Miss Waringford angrily what a detestable tbng to say of ones best friend I Mr Moford moved around a little un comfortably in his chair 0 cant i you see when Im joking You take everything so seriously VeIsaid the girl a little mollified I might have known you were joking Still it isnt quite right even to say such a thing in fun So now lets go iq and speak to him Why hes gone Moford talked a little while longer until he was quite certain he heard Bartons voice saying Down at the elevator shaft and then he antI Miss i Waringford walked into the office I where Barton had been looking at the books They still lay open on the table and as she passed through the j belpbutI I they were open to As she went home VarII could not get the mind She repeatedly Mr Moford was merelyI joking about Mr Barton but at the same time the had acknowledge to herself that she was considerably annoyed over the I incident She had read nay number of I I theII to read their intended fatherinlaw aII I title clear in Bradstreets on Duns be t fore proposing to the girl and it hind- I j I always seemed to her that if any man didsuch n tIling tio must be a tJl I 1 mean spirited creature The j troubled her all the more thingIII the fact that she was conscious that j Mr Barton was more to her than any j hotly else she had ever known had felt that her feeling was SheI rocated and lately she had felt certain that Mr Burton had been on the 5 erge several times of saying the words that slim was only waiting to hear And now she tried to dismiss the whole I matter from her mind j t whenlheI evening to meet Mr Barton They I I I subSL jects and then Mr Barton suddenly turned to herp Miss Waringford he said I cantSi j longj WolaI thats all there is to it except except that I want to ask you do you f lucrr me j wiCeiiss staring ahead iI Mr Mofords words were wildly run ning through her head There is liar ton and as sure as 1 live he is prepar ing to propose to another girl lie isI looking to see whether his prospective fathcrinIaw is in the huudrcdthou tsanddollar class or not About toIi propose to another girl And now he theSother girl And he had been looking I Iatthe page with War at the top Was it helookingforWaringford Uefon shet bad meant to say it she had said II suppose my father is rated Al Mr III Barton i I I Mrlllartontgireis him the opportunity She hud jj flnanlciali i C noon and now only a few hours after j wards he had proposed to her Why didnt he say that some business af i fair had required him to consult Duns I II and Bradstreets in regard to her i ther But no he did not Then t tablhe had no defense so he was lU1I ing a denial All her hurt pride I surfaceI I 1 I thank you for the great honor i you have done me Mr Barton she i 0 taidhI am very sorry though that jj you have said what you have for II am compelled to say no Mr Burton sat quite IStilloThen hadjshis wife disappeared He was quite calm now and he spoke like a lawyer- examining a refractory witness You sayno May I ask you to which you said no My question as to whether you loved me or whether you would be my wife To bothshe answered 4 C lrlBartonof examining a witness he was making a speech to the jury I Miss Waringford I suppose that ac j cording to all the precepts of the and the ethics of all novels this stDgeII place where I should take my coat and after asking you to Doc4or anuS Sarseona In China Chinese doctors are very particular about the distinction between physi cians and surgeons A Chinese gentle man was struck by an arrow which re mained fast in his body A surgeon was sent for and it is said broke oft the protruding bit of the arrow leT ing the point embedded Herefusfdto extract it because thew case was pear ly one for a physician the arrov being inside the body 7 IB 1853 the year In which damped envelopes were first Issued in the United States 5000000 wee usoJ J Wi 7 s391QgIVI i v l what I fcare saId to bId yon good night and go out of the door and out of your lifeMiss Waringford choked back a sob but she did not reply In the same even tone of voice Barton went on But I am not going to do anything of the kind I loveyou 1 believe that you love me or loire loved me at least and that something which possibly could be explained away has occurred to cause you tu want to dismiss me Do you remember when we were reading Lucite together that your opin ion of the poem after we had finishes it was that it wnspretty but that Lu rile and Lord Alfred were silly not to have been perfectly frank with each other and ho loire avoided all the unhappiness that manic to them because of their foolish pride I remember sev eral plays which you inure attended with me and how oulae pointed out that the whole plot ofeach play hinged on some trivial incident that a single word or the slightest glimmer of com mon sense on the part of either tht hero or heroine of the drama could hare set right Hut in that care there would have been no occasion for turn acts of the troubles that the misun derstanding brought about So tin dramatic purposes the lock of good tense on tIn part of the hero and lucre inc were justifiable You Inure said these misunderstandings such as oc cur in novels and on the stage would not occur in real life that real people who were worth anything at all would not let a trivial luculent or an un usual happening be fraught with tub the strange possibilities that fiction character and stage people see in them Xow it seems to me that after what you Inure said you would want tu prove the truth of your unit words You dont want me to go away thinking you are us foolish as a fiction or a stage heroine Thrre fore let us do what theytiever lo iu the books or on the stage Let iis calmly and rationally consider thin reasons that hUe prompted yiil to ALL HER HURT PRIDE CAME TO TUB SURFACE reject inc If it is because you aim ply do not wish to marry tutu tlnti well and good I will go IITI sviu incident has occurred that ha i caused you to lose the loxo tut I believe you once hadI for me then I have a right to know it and iif I Ilan Inot explain satisfactorily then our IallIdrama Or shall we be common pcopleI minutes before Mis Varingford spoke Then the sai I You arc right 1 shall try to be as calm nail judicious now in discassing 011ithis afternoon Some one said you always looked up the financial stand ing of your prospective fatherinlaw before you proposed Then you cam out and proposed to me The evidence saul Mr llarton calmly is indeed going strong against the prisoner O yes said Miss Varingford t sounds silly I know and you tiC laughing at me butt if you knew how it hurt what it means to me O i lOflt know what Im saying She dropped her head into her hands awl sobbed May I ask you askcJ Mr llnrlon calmly how you happened to be in oflice of Harrow Co bankers two oclock this afternoon1theYes sobbed the girloJ suet Mr antI we went in there to meet his aunt Who wasnt there said Mr Har- i ton- Xo sIte wasnt thtereuiiilI wish I hadnt been there either olillIBrmllStrectI 111 llarton tbnui know tile usatuirt of nil oathnswer I do Ut sworn So help you and nit forth 111 do Where were you at two this afternoon Looking in DUll and Kradstreet at the oflice of Harrow Co Why To find the financial standing of Tumes Jo War WaringtOilWhy 01 was asked so to do by Mr Tom Moford who suggested that I Into Barrow wayhalktime do you finish lunchst about two oclock So that would bring two10YtI lI1unI l shylythroughII dont want to crossexamine the witness site said butt IllIlltake himChuicngo Tribune An eastern man has invented ma chine to tell when II person is lying by the color his breath is made to produce The man who takes a notes paper a couple of years and then swears he never ordered it has a hiIa4Lsomething the color ofis I sulphurIsA New York dispatch joyfully in forms the poor that they as well as the rich can have automobiles IaI chines that now cost 1500 art to sell buyI1TIUl A WILLGOVERNED CltY tMielriart tletmfttaft U A Mtinlcl tfiUttr Ottnkd AlmcMt Entirely by the OorrrnnieBt Apart from the special attractions of this year Dusseldorf is always an exhibition in itself It has been well described as the garden city of the Ithine and no town has carried mu nicipal housekeeping to u greater cx tent or into more varied fields One gets about the maximum of govern meat which it iis possible to obtain in Dusteldorf also the extreme amount of restrictive suction and control which it seems possible even for urmunk Ito live under says the Outlook To enter or leave the city the visitor must travel on the state railway and he iis put down at a handsome station He will fluid that all the public service monopolies are managed by the city council beginning with the water sup ply He will have thin choice between gas and electricity for light hut in each use he will have to Jlatrnni1f the municipality He will ride on a rplcndidly quipicd electric street railway which serves not only the city butt runs into till suburbs stud is owned nail operated directly by the municipality lie will have to go o the state for his telephones mid the post office will deliver his parcels as well as his letters lie will find up todate harbor and docks on the Khine and warehouses and elevators along title with the latest electrically driven appliances all in the possession of the municipal authorities All the mar kets are owned by the city which also SIrius model municipal slaughter houses There are several sets of municipal baths including Turkish und Jussian and a free bathing station on the Khine There are no slums in the city and not likely to be as the city council lint adopted a progressive housing policy It builds municipal dwellings A rich citizen left it money to build what are known as foundation dwelt ings let at low rentals and money is lent on easy terms from the social in surance funds to help workmen build their own houses There is K munici pal savings bans ready to receive the bavinps of Ithe thrifty another mu nicipal bank in which sire deposited the Hunting balance and proiitsof the public services lends money on mort gages and there is the poor maiiV haul III the municipal pawnshop ready to advance fliolityon personal property and goods at something like 12 percent There are beautiful parks n peoples garden in the suburbs a iKitanical garden a zoological garden I and tnt miles away on the slopes of the irafenberg hills is a municipal forest the further terminus of the street railway service A number of the parks contain municipal restaur ants In the educational field the city has of course its art galleries museums of natural history and an I i1ut5tt ics arts and crafts also its inii nieiMl Itheater where good compunif play nine months in tthe year andi gic n Shakespeare season every year In the sphere of education the mu nicipalityI does everything runs com thou schools colleges gymnasia tech nical schools libraries etc There is II state system of insurance against old age and sickness universal pcn sinns for workmen and a provincial fire insurance system in which the mu nicipality talus part When one is disahltd I or stricken with disease there is a municipal hospital awaiting him when he iis old and impoverished tthere is till municipal nursing home ready to receive him It is conceivable that notwithstanding all these municipal benefits he might die hut even in death he does not escape the omnipres ent municipality for he will have to patronize the municipal undertaker the only one and lle buried in the mu nicipal cemetery there iis no other CluuiU Without Uul For u years the assertion of Dr Aitken lastedott1 a scrit of beautiful experiments that clouds cannot form in Ithe air without lust iwrticlcs tto serve as nuclei for condensation has been accepted haiti now Dr Aitken liii- self lists made a little sensation by dis provingi hiturn sss iiis statementI He has found tthat certain gases s unIt us hydrogen peroxide siilphitreted hydro ln and chlorine when prevent iu the atmosphere site converted by the action of sunlight into nuclei upop which cloudy condensation eats take place Accordingly although dust is ordinarily necessary for cloud forma tion yet clouds may form in lllotllet air miles above the earth ItI should be added thatt when hit original conclu sion was published Dr Ail ken admtV ted the possibility that sunshine might nat gaseous nuclei lust he lists only recently established the fact that it docs Science lollmllItheri iu St Petersburg to train applicants fon the force There Iis a museum eons blued with the school where the pu pils make themselves familiar with tIme tools of criminals jimmies drills chisels and contrivance fr robbing collection boxes a special fieldof Kussian thieves The Russian puss port system is studied in detail The duties of the dvorniks a sort of as sistant police are taught They keep watch on the residence report on the habits of tenants their visitorsi examine the papers of newcomers unit direct them to report themselves at the police station The members of such a decor antI Complicated sys tem steed careful instruction X Y Tribune Coloring Ila4trrfllra Xew kinds of living butterllies can be produced from existing forms by greatly increasing the temperature of the place where the butterflies are kept difference in coloring and even byProfScience Plenty of Public illagubieha record which will be hard to beat Such a village is to be found in County Derry licensedbeingerylearsons Weekly Maltas Population Malta is the popuiatedBarbadoshast square y Y SUB Mj i I IFreaks in Ferns Produced bu the Ingenious Japs Then Are as Quaint a Novelty as Were Ever Brought to This Country iitEI we see Iome novel ornament iiainl t curiuus and yet pictur r r etque we at once say That was made in Japan We Americans CUll appre ciate the lightness and delicacy of the Japanese taste and workmanship and we show that ap preciutt hits by lending financial sup port to our friends in till east anil buying their strange knickknacks and oddities They give an air of lightne 1 and brightness to our homes tthat the homes of our respect ed grandmothers knew unto And lapan iis continually bringing out something fresh That enter prising and rising country never knows where novelty ends She Iis always pushing along something which her keen business instincts tell her will fetch the prosaic person every time An artistic people will snake antis tie anything they touch And the t Japanese have recently entered the 1t quaint a SSswan It Is fledged end I il Las a jiorcu of In shape of fern fronds American marKct with as quaint a novelty as ever they exported to this country With the aid ufa bcauti fill dwarf feathery fern which r grows in abundance over yonder j some spagnam mos and several miles of davallia roo they produce hundreds of extraordinary llsiIIigraceful as in the case of and ships grotesque iu the cxt rein so I fir as bird and animal caricature is concerned j I iis only about three years ago ij IIIIItt theifIrstof these Japanese I I i 11Tl1r tkcIMon of a monkey on a s wins quaint hilt not Celiapreterit very Iat flThe moiAtys upptarance hootIwhen fern irons begin to ihraugh hi stlmiand vrLcn be I clothe J In thom trcin head to tit he at become an rgaiit object eiod I ciuiucli for ueccraiiou of nay roomIIf freaks ramie its appearance iu Amcr jj ica Xow they have caught ou toI suchsu remarkable ixtent that hlllllj dreds of thousands were imported to meet the dcriand of the public lIuiulIII Mr uito IIs tile designer of the extraordinarylooking which are so much favored by j the public In hi great garden near Yokohama lie may be fccn the fern freak ij the busy cfttasin superintending I I INII PHOTOGRAPHS ON FRUIT FRANCE Apples upon the mirfacf of which arc perfectly reproduced the llIlItoI graphs of the and empress j of JIiihBJu nail of the president the French rcjiiblie loire been IIII in IrautcLefiivu photography was employed j images w rr prudueeil lhiy means of i llgiirrs i tit friti pajxr tyid stuck on the surface When the paper WllJ removed the iinage appeared light nod the fruit In rkIf ieClII ac cording to the manner in wliieli the paper was cut and applied present however photographs arc reproduced with all their de- tails Strong negative elect motypes tire cmploju having great resistance and ifpioduced on thin silos The films arc obtained hy pinto graphing the Milject many The tutu IIs held in place by timesII her ring or is sUk liy some ter that will not obstruct the of light such m albumen or white of nn egg tileI TIIOUN I VE1L lIAY RejoicIng with tier ISII Minnie Well Im glad Kit long is going to lie married at last Lutie The tone of your voice doesnt indicate it Minnie But T am When the list of marriage licenses is published everybody will finil cut ihot 3- 14Ll4tco yenra Tuii i forts of his girlhelpers whose quick and ready linsti grown into the expert handling of the various components which go to make up a complete fern ball or figures I have previously mentioned tne ferns used iu the formation of the hanging designs arc of the more dwarfy and feathery description These are gathered when the roots Ire in their dry condition and care fully packed in spu lIam moss which iis chosen for its moistureretaining properties The fern hinting been worked into thin desired shape it may be that of II ball not much larger titan an orange or for that mutter a full sized elephant with the nidof lengths of very pliant wire the girl takes n long stringif dnvnllht root and knits together a stint or soft en elope but not so closely us to pro vent the ready outward growth of the fern which under proper treat ment pushes its leaves between the looselyknitted cover of davallia root bird probably meant for before 2 altar wlen abundance feathers the halls the bucv the tore during jniperor At fingers roots until the ball or the figure becomes covered with beautiful lint sprays of I fern thcITcd being both artistic and curious It is abtonishing how quickly time pretty Japanese maids manipulate the various material lived iu the construction of the design many IIr wJiieh arc exceedingly dillicult Take fur instance the forming of a miniature sailingboat with mast and sail complete Tin fern roots hun first to be arranged iu the re quired shape tumid in such a way that sprays will eventually appear fi our every portion of the hull the mast mind the sailframe There is no limit to the ambition land resource of the fern freak de signer Mr Saito will tackle the formation of a nearly lifesie ele phant Ill horse Sit calmly at he docs ballIceiling of room or conservatory Monkeys and toads sire far and away the most favored by the pur mIsusing puhlie Some very comical effects may be secured in the bend ing or twisting of the limbs of these imitations A fernfreak monkey on a trapeze is a delight to the younger genera tion as welt as a quaint addition to decorative art A toad Ilying on a table or hanging on to the back of a chair will although somewhat creepy when seen unexpectedly look very well as soon as the bright green of the young fern leaves sprout through his stringy skin The culthation of the root once in the private purchasers possession re quires no special caro Before being hung up the ball or figure is soaked fur an hour or twj itt soft water if lluwlIIweek iu the same way us any other plant and should always be kept moist In due time the fern roots will fronclsITheJIThe fern should be kept quite dry during the winter months The fol lowing spring fresh mauls in greater iniH J HOLMES AMERICAN CAPITAL IN CANA DIAN BANK STOCK Another notable instance of tho disposition of American capitalists to invest in Canadian enterprises is shown in an offer on the part of an American syndicate to take 100J lloyshhkisukThe syndicate is composed of sonic of tin mot prominent bankers sund capitalists in yew York and ChirafjM The price offered is much in cxccss of the present market value ul thin shuck which hunt recently been quoted at about 185 per share The directors of the bank have ac cepted the offer subject to the ap provai of the shareholders If the sale iis approved aew stock will be iisued to the members of the syndi tate the bank hunting been author ised at the last session of parliament to issue 1000000 of new stock According1 to the report to the Canadian government on October 31 1102 the total assets of the Iloyal lank of Canada amounted to 20 stockI a branch office or agency in New York cityand the ocnagemcn ex pects to soon open an office in Chi cago The remaining 500000 of un j issued authorized capital stock will I tot offered to the shareholders tire l datedij fA prominent club woman Mrs DanI forth of St Joseph Mich tells how she was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound DEAlt Mrs PIXKIIAM Life looks dark indeed when a wom3nJJ feels that her utrengih is fading away and she has no hopes of ever being restored Such was my feeling a few months ago when I vas advised that my poor health was caused hy prolapsus or falling of tIlt I womb The words Bounded like a knell to me 1 felt that my sun had 1 ret hut Lydia 13 l lniehuistss Vegetable Compound caino to me as an elixir of life it restored the lost forces and built me up until my good health returned to mo For four months I took the medicine lady and each dose added health and rtreiigth I am so thankful for the help I obtained through its ueMns FLORENCE DANFOKTH 1007 3Iilea Ave St JVrpnh Mich A medicine that huts restored so many women to health anti ran produce proof of time fact must be regarded with respect This is the record of Lydia 13 Plnkbams Vegetable Compound which cannot be equalled by miy other medicine the world has ever pro duced Here is another case superiority make tin DEAR lIDS PIXKIIAM Fbr years was troubled wiili falling of the womb irregular and painful menstruation leuconliaa liearing down pains backache headache dizzy and fainting llawl stomach trouble doctored about five years but did I not seem to improve began the yourimedicine and havo taken seven bottles Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound three of Blood Purifier and used theJSaiifitivo Wash and Liver Pills and am cnjbying good health and have gained in flesh thank you very much for what you gigjj have dono for mp mill heartily reeom mend your mcclicino to suffering EMMA SSVHEK 2J8 East Center St Marion Ohio FR1irJ MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN Women would save time antI much sickness if they would write to Mrs Pinldiam forndvice us xooii as any distressing synip toms appear is tree and has put thousands of women on right road to recovery Mrs Plnkham never violates the confidence thus entrusted to her and although she publishes thousands of testimonials from women who have been benefited by her advice and medicine never in all her experience has SIlO published suds letter without the full consent and often liy special request of the writer tirnflffi FORFEITING cannot forthwIth rwluco the orIginal letters and signatures V H 1 eenninnerUUU9 1 1 Co Lynn Slue WINCHESTERMETALLIC CARTRIDGES our 30 years of gun making we lave I discovered many thincs about ammunition that I no one could learn in any other way discoveries ia this line together with OurIIU experience manufacturing ammunition to embody many fine points in Metallic for rifles and revolvers which make them superior in many ways to nil other brands upon the market Winchester cartridges in all calibers are accurate surefire and exact in size being made and loaded in modern manner by skilled experts If you want the best INSIST UPON HAVING WINCHESTER MAKE OF CARTRIDGES T1 Ll W LDSLHUNION WL Douzlai makes arid morn mens S35O and S3OO shoes than other manufacturer tho world which Droves their they are worn by more people In all stations of Ufa than arty other i jIj ho can cheaper smut produce I haruOnlower cost rents which cnaWe him to Sbll shoes for S5 ami CYcrsjwar I k fp I for I use of of also s ta I now all It the a ofr w t I II a SI r r sells any two In I 0 sni3shuoes irQom by iouaiiilsofmenvfno havslwen paying I they rouH get a firstclass shoe for S3M or S300 Ho hascoavliirel them thit the styli fit sat war ot his S3W anJ 111 tliov Is just as fjool rinp1 sMo 1y silo it is impossible to see any difference A trial w ill convince Ytre cJ f onuifo00attn ot easnmiautzi In tO1r Cram W L DOUGLAS S4OO CILT EDGE LINE Worth WOO Compared with Other Makes TU Ins t Imputed Cfl1 America ltctstrr Hrgr patent Ctf Eminel mx Call Chf Viet Kid Corona C lt find national Kangnraa Fast Color titttrts Pinflnn The genuIne have W T DOUOLA3 uaUilSn mm nnd price nuunr d on bottom ssr 55 mail SV 2P i fataaf frrf W 1 WOlliiAM ItieoiKTOU tlS PILES woincnMit jURING Cartridges anlSjnotlxllcvinc tnzaiuusI25i- IslUsm AMAKESIS 5159in lIt n4 POSITIVE EV CVRKS PiLEsbsr fire umll SOdres- iAEtKESZN Cr1- 0toe Guild hew Cent I FATT BPOX CASH FOi- CoFxTvB LAND WARRANTS Itsncil to Ml Jicr 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notautsyapiehut1laXea a packate rnpujhtocoiiTinr- yrrc cf Its value Woisfti alt vcr tIme reentrY arc t aKiTifT Pantinc lot wtit It ha iiiiir in local urea ineut of 1enwlc ills cur Ingali innnmation nntiiiart5t 5Cfta- s acicawire vcnmietdcuhc f5itrmlnasal catsrrh as a mouth wash anti tor nor1 lartar un hiun the teeth SCOt today a postal taN Will tI- nTu1lscrtaoN Sold liy drnszlt or enl i tt 0 cenlfc lunrc box MilUrut OOOL Colni mbDIty lloolni Mm LIVE STOCK AND MISCELLANEOUS ELECTROTYPESIN iSite loAett prices by AN Kcllogg Newspaper Co 335 West Filth stretCLncfan6tb Better keep on the safe side Dont use a liniment youre not wurc about Ifyou have an Injury an Ache a serious Cut or Bruisc- Lwnbngo Neuralgia or anything that Is curable by a llalaie4 bc MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT Tt stared aches and injuries of Man and Beast bcorcof y0W were born Itwas found to be reliable by your 144I4f41twU1bc9UCIob1 yc ELI II1TI r j 1i1 LI IIJ 3 ctfcJiMtioni corgeted liver impure bload StJntion thcc are what afflict thou it of people who do no know what isi the ttr with them They drag along a mis He exigence they apply tto the loral Jcton occasionally and sometimes obtain little temporary relief but the old tired alwayrrjftt ajnm ever time they bcome tired of living won Thy they were ever born and why they Nt dive unless to endure constant toffee sf To such sufferers there iis a haven of luce in I1 August Koenigs Hamburg ops whcS iis a wonderful medicine One trial trill convnce the most sceptical that raT or all of these difficulties may be re roved and a perfect cure effected bv take leg Dr Aiinnt Koenies Hamburg Drop Get a boWl ut once before itis too late nnlnar by ffonnd 1J An ent u siRhtiecr in Londin was r tellioz her rtI that she had been for toasts cnmip i to ctI a good view of Lord fffiiie fre r nV said the friend 1 Mp pose hes a vi rt liclbio e man i Oli no youN1 f ilkelrffm aid genius IK ro togfl f Xot There ntnreftd i Chanrpf established electionp i t intJtf Ctonce nod anv other information want PassrI anTfljhtofi IreI aiul P d etlIction done Ibv i neverlnownIlanstnderren h A LURKING DANGER lurkingdanger achingbackbackThe Idles and pains of the back tcllofkidneys overworked Go to the kidneys assistancei when backache pains warn you A kidney warning promptlyliceled diabetes Itrights disease are truly n step away trail how the dun r geT cat ht averted CAST m 111ller Jacob D Van Doren of 57 Sixth Street Fond ifdu Lae Wis Presbyterian clergy man say A man or woman who ssPkas peter had kidney complaint or- tany of the little ills consequent upon iIrritated or inactive kidneys knows ten little about what prolonged suffering iis I had attacks which kept timetj jjjjj press what I suffered can hardly be r adequately done in ordinary Anglo t Baxon As time passed complica OfWJlidltb interview tit ally one who requires information I nerd plenty of rem- ediesSL anl ever on the outlook for g something that might check or ben takingttcientiniihly say Doans Kidney Pills h caused a general improvement in my 17 health They brought great relief t by lessening the pain and correcting i the artion of the kidney secretions 3 A FREE TRIAL of this great kid 4 uey medicine which cured the Rev 7 Jacob Van Dortn will be mailed on application to any part of the United jt States Address rosterMilliurn Co Buffalo V Y 1 For sale by all drug its price 50 cents per has RE YOU SATISFIED A I I Arr you crtlreljr satisfied with tb cots jou buy ted with the tneea tht you jay + OTer trrot people ore tmdlne with q vhctesoUtUttOur Icw lo caulocue wilt be sent on ICCtIJt I13e 3W It tellf the story I n 1 CfllCAGO I The hotsr that tells ths truth R DRHEN D15COtiLiY Qve gefei rrllefand toes wr- I are 4 a Yaeaxa aael ii raTLixTt Y I CARSCoehl VI I too cd eTu Iifi- f I i I ij HAND THING TO HAVE I I Hovr Any TVMeAivnke l araaer fai lon rilrt it Conil not orII Meddtnu ORII I I send epitome of a handy forumtte Made like tIll illttstrntiiti wliTch i a gate tlmt ian lit tireil to separate stink ItismadenitenIibetaicdatu- tm I ind In IletI hop anal sheep Under vvhilr mottle and horses Hinilot KftI through In novvy weather itt chti 1I raised iiiid opcmil rnsily tCot ary 1111111t t her of slats you want to make the gate then take for the four 111011I BKIPlEK u IOU rHI3II pieces one by three stun Dolt them to the slats with ore bolt iu each end of slot MI the Kut OlD be worked up and don n Now tale fur the brace two pieces one bt tuner bull them at Ihe top on the out iic of thl toucan pieces Celt longt noiigh logo through live sluts XIn the other end take a one Uartrr inch riii and bend it 11kr I a loop ten inches longI Cure a title in rack of the two cm hraccs and drive this into theta and un the bottom slut close up to upright pieri cut tits or iix notclie for ths rod to catch In when you raise the gate as shown in the illustration Merit ti S Alkns in Kpitomist LUG AND LETUP 1kn 1eragr lluuinn Life I Very luck Like the Avrrnitc Amrrl cAn Country Itoail Two country teamsters were dis using a piece of road over which their horse lad ltern toiling Its a bad bit said one of them and u disgrace to the town Vcs replied the other but nut ro bad 11 it might be Theres lug and then theres letup Ive seen worse ronds than that TIe average life is a goal dealI like that hitof country road It IIs not all easy traveling iby any means but it is certainly nut all hard going either There lug and theres let up Tin re arc smooth IrteIuduwlIgrIlr s tret chos ns well a sanilyI upgrades and if one Iis phil oMiphiiiil he will luck at the journey in the wool spirit as that of the cheerful teamster On the whole the average life Iis not too hard II road for a sturdy spirit to travel with satisfaction and protit The letup I hilly compensate for the lugs anti the hard places are no harder than are needful to test human courage and endurance Some one has said that anyhmly can be happy who can be contented How true this is and what an excel lent working theory for oiie who is disposed to srtt the highest and full I eat loa t irlllt in out of life lli j pines iis really n relative mutter dtIWII t lit upon ones harmony with environment andcireuuutauccs If each one were determined to make the best of his lute whatever it is there would lot very few really nn happy people in he world Well spring Plant n Farms Wood lot The farm should have a woodlot even if onlya small one anti t hIM I of the farmers own planting fh farmer hereafter will appreciate th woodlot as never before and hoI tilllllslnllldI tilt must of it Tilt woodlot adds a great Ieal to the nttrnetivvnes o I of the farm and its utility can hard ly be overestimated as an to the faivi The farmer aLl to get his fuel from udjllntII woodlot while coal Iis so reason to thank hilt lucky star 1It i will be a lin time before coal gets l down to the low fipire where it wa before the strike if it ever fines mil every hitof wocd should here after he carefully sated for fuel and the rousri waste places on time farm ought to lin planted to rninil il growing varieties of tree that thltt farmers may not be oblige to de pond wholly on the real companies for fuel Farmers Yoke i h I Io v to Keep Cider Sweet A correspondent of Farm and Fire stile gays There iis practically no way cf keeping ciler from fermenting unless something iis done to sterlie I it This sterilizing may be tone braising r time cider to a temperature I of 130 degrees three times allowing I it to cool between antI finally bottling when hot Tbs is certainly I the best way of treatint it if you dll I nut wish Jo uf a driiir In my own experience I prefer to keep it sweet by adding about one hnlf pound of carbonate of oath to a barrel notl making it until late in the autumn when cold weather hisi assured andI then keeping it cold during the win ter If it is in a room time temper Ireezjingi I f he cold enough to prevent anyver active fermentation IfCry Good Koail Iilrn lis gccd roads movement re Il1er I fink 1obo wid tIe coinmis lion UC t a job exclaimed Tired Tat tern sitting up straight in his acton ashneutIS yon gene daffy t Oli no replied Haggle Ill jest continue peracibulatin de roads andI ery so often 111 tend emit a wire- S about dc condition of dp mud er lust Deyh vunt expert opinions fl reckln ClnclBBati CoiHWWcJnt I J IPrltaw PRUNING FRUIT TREES Every Variety TrreaU IU Prenllsr Prolilem AVhlrh Start He Stud led liT thr Grower IIwr lacticullur problems to the pruner Hence uii arbitrary rules can be liven To airImust prin ciples involved tluu apply them to each ease Skill in pruning can conic only vvllh experience and practice 1erhaps the must inifortant thingI is to observe the manner In which tbc fruit IB haute For inutntitv an npple or p ar tree bears Its frtit hlUstlfnnfruilspurandsouunltiI not be pruned in the same tvny as U penili ttree which hear its fruit only tin lust seasons growth A iuiuc J tree which produces Its fruit on the tips of the growth iiniile the present season would naturally be pruned differently from either nn apple 01 peRch tree Iikewisp the correct pruning of gripes is baited on het fact that tine ohootn of the present season produce this yenr crop The same principle in pruning holds true throughout the whole list of fruits that is the manner in which tho fruit IK borne should govern the man ner of pruning In a general way it may he said in regard to tree fruits tlmt nil dead branches should be removed and the tops of the trees be kept sufficiently open to admit nn abundance of sun light for the coloring of the fruit Reasonably open tops ore also of great advantage in spraying tho tree and in harvesting the fruit The natural habit of the tree should suggest the form lo be adopted by the primer In other word a tree the branches of which naturally drllopanllot well be pruned to an upright form and n true with a strong tendency toward forming an upright head cannot readily lit made to assume n decidedly spreading form Of course these natural tel encies can he influenced in a measure by the manner of pruning hilt they canno IK entirely overcome The top should be kept ymmetrical and as well balanced as possible The pruning of MIl various kinds of small fruits is based on the saute general principles as the pruning of fruit trees that is the manner in which the fruit in borne and the character of the growth should guy ern the method of pruning Farm ers Hulktin Xo id BRACING CORNER POSTS xpanalon prlnu In Wire Fencing- the0nly DeyleeThat Glue Urn nine 5nllfctlon I have used almost all intuC de ilM for bracing the corner post and have found all a failure to a certain extent until Icommenced to use the expaiuioti springwhih tithes all the train from the po t in winter and keeps your fence Cigbli in Miniiiier In building tell rodof fence tint set the corner post good and solid anchor with stone three or four fret under grourd which is far better than the brace using the expansion spring in connection with each wire COILED SIRING IX Wild FENCE every 23 rods At the end of 10 rods set Ullother post and anchor cane way to draw the first 10 rudao that la as much as can be drawn at once one wire at a time When eich wire is drawn tight enough to cause the springs to expand onehalf inch be tween each coil it iis tight enough Fasten wire remove ratchet and the same with each wire Vhrn you have finished the first half fasten the wires to middle post and go ahead tintetefusing the ratchet fur tightening the yonII keep hugs front spreading then This Iis one of the best meth Ito for uing straight wire that uiy can use The cut shows mode building and anchoring C P Iof posts The illustration shows had last half of fence wilt springs in the mithlll Y Savage in Ohio Farmer How to Car SklmnuHk- Skimmilk properly utilised i a greats source of income to the Ameri can farmer Its value in tic country iis OtlttGOculyearly a truly much of it isi wasted Could it broad e the must of it would wipe iut many u farm mortgage and lift the financial harden front many sliuiiUicrs It Iis one of tle dairy tideproducts nut lIppreciated It can probably be utilizedl in no better way than in feeding it to farm uniinui sir that method ills posall tlc farmer not only gets mill the value that iis in it but he also gate a part nf its value back in the way ol fertility that goes onto his laud Farmers lb view IThe odor of rnna v111k A German profeJorhav experiment ed to determine the effects tif varinti s fopris on the ortor phen eti by ovV milk Some rows aiwavs ghmiI of tramor disagreeable flavor nn mat ter what mat be the toed whichI is apt to eau iigestive trouilcs In vain time food iis changedtie favor per i itftve peculiarities of the uair it- lDmlnflRp unit lard Vxlur A good illustration if the effect 01I drainage on the toile cf IHIII mealy be found in rite lima lake drainagraxis t ridt in vvcytem Illinois A few turn Iills ugo a Carrc react was olTrrrd fn wile Tt StiO intermit was punIiHKfd fur 5 CO and after for drainage linij progressed far enough to mllst rate its rcf ultr more clearly the farm WHK sold for 140004 Ilf the skin of fowls Peels ruiliv iit sign of youth If the spurs of chakeu arc uttr onefourth Inch long tjontt boy lmuit iaUJcaif JJl p tAtToWNd JtMOVABLE SYe Secret f Ta1chiir ddi Haeka Pricked Into the ikla UUrov rred by m ruPA man named Seikichi Kuyane a native of Mito who died a few years ago Iis said to have invented a new method of removing stains uud tattoo toarRs on or Under the skin The invention was the fruit of about 30 years rxperlmentinfr carried out timid indescribable hardship and tin VatitniK lion the man came to con ceive bin queer idea we are not in formed It is certain that it ub Korbed leis whole energies tumid cost him whatever projwrly he hind for utterly possessed Aunt hr did not live In enjoy the fruit of hit alleged intention fur when he died in legs he was nut cvon enjoying the ordinary comforts of life says the Japan Times The fact was ho hind no qualifica tions to undertake his self aaueigned task lie hint zeal and nothing more to assist him The consequence was hIs experiments anti researches were apparently devoid of system much lens uf science lie appears to have gone upon the idea of simply trying one material after another at ran dom All hit materials appear to have been such things as roots and hark of trees anti shrubs He even made use of animalsmuch more of fensive in character than his trea preparations It iis now reported that he did somehow succeed in hit ting upon an eflicacious compound which could entirely remove any spots In the akin either natural or artificial The explanation is that the compost possesses an extraordinary power of absorbing pigments and at the same time of contracting time blood vessels of the part treated Stains originating from the presence of colored matter can thus be re moved it is reported without leav ing any trace A rOtIIIIIIrtdIpul proiluccd by tthe swelling of blood vessels isi harder to remove but the contraction of the blood vessels eon siderably modifies the color The compound when plastered over the part affected produces a sort of crust over the skin and this crust axMtiiues a dark bluish color rime crust conies till by itself in about two weeks and stains which had for merly existed under thIkin mire found to have disappeared provided they have not been of un excessively obstinate character The cases of successful removal of skin blemishes which have been rut ported are all effected through the agency of one Ohshi who had ob tained from the inventor a vial of his compound on his deathbed The see Bret of the constituents of the prep aration was disclosed by the dying man and Mr Ohislii Iis now the solo possessor of the formula and practices his strange surgery at his house in Futabocho Honjo Tokio therUsiukalimtiuichii count is given of tin circuuiMunce of tithe strange invention Had it ape peared in U less reliable journal we should hardly have taken the unable of noticing it here SAVED BY GOOD MEMORY PrUonr Who Pleaded am Alibi for Ulmelf Bronght Out a Wonder ful Performance An Australian paper reported us long ago as 1S46 the following scene which occurred in the supreme court of Sydney during a trial for rob bery An alibi was pleaded for the prisoner At the time of the rub here he was in his own hut listen ing to the recitnl of Horace Wai poles Old English Baron which a man named Lane had withother novels committed to memory Lane was two hours and a half repeating the tale relates Golden Penny This statement seemed so incred ible that the attorney general for the prosecution asked Lane if lie really scant to assert that he could occupy two hours nod a half with his recitation 1 could replied the witness und I will if you please Well have a page or two spill the attorney general and to the great surprise not less of the learned gen tleman thou of the court and audi tory the witness after a preliminary Item commenced In the time of King Henry when the good Duke Humphrey returned from the wars in the Holy Land where he had been sojourning for a number of years there lived and so he went on for several minutes in a tone and manner which showed that he knew every word of the book until he was stopped by the attorney general who confessed he was satis tied Kilt the counsel fur the defense was not doubts hull bleu cast upon Ilanes veracity and he should be allowed to prove it with the time oc copied in the recitation by speaking the whole novel The chief justice was in great consternation at this and exclaimed lint do you expect me to take it downAt last the matter was compro mised the man of memory giving the concluding portions of time story As a consequence the prisoner was discharged Women Mall Carrier It is iiitcoveri d that nearly 23 women ire serving as rural delivery mail carriers Xo women are np pointed as mall carriers in the cities and the post office department iis op posed to women doing such work anywhere it being deemed too severe for them The appointments in the rural free delivery service would not have been made If it lint been known that the candidates were women OJ the K500 rural free delivery routes ledI1 the largest number of routes were Ohio 741 Illinois 766 Indiana C51 The average number of pieces uf routesreach daywan 132 Detroit Free Press Fret Partetmn Theatrical Some of the Parisian theaters give gratuitous performances three or toes times a year They arc intended foe poor people and those who are first in line are usually at the doors see opeordIaUanopo111 VS y i V f1 THE WQKFUL WHEEL Meats Tko nlK lie Aa Dolag HU Hair BlH II WM Labar Lest A young man iip a cricket shirt and straw hat Will nneelirjc a baby carriage backward and forward along the pavement in front of a small house in tgmteon ea pitilffllydoD I man in the neighborhood relates the ManchetUr per Mjr window dear GuardianII Let me cant you moppinghiAn hour later the same voice came the window in earnent pleading tone George dear frllmII Well what on earth do you burnNopirbuntGeorge dear wailed the voice I the water pipe me all right but yon re been wheeling Amy c doll all the afternoon Hadnt you better let baby have a now turnII nil Little Scheme IIwas rutting an item from a paper It tell tout a house was robbed j and I want to slow it to my wife he ex j Iflained I What good will that day a friend inquired A whole lot seas tile reply Youne thii aousc was rubbed while a man war at i church with Ilets wife I Say exctaiired Ibrifnd excitedly you havent got a duplicate copy cf that paper have youChicago Pout DayTakeAlltrugidarefllnd Tae man wm endeavors to travel to fame i likemyMalesHaneyPikes Toothache Drop Cure iu one minute dealhloJillsNews I am use Pios Cuie for CoiiMmiiiUon avtd my life tines yrar agoMrs Tao Itobbini Norwich N V h Feb 1719K llauihtine lives under the tame roof I with wlitudPlatoA Liiotont Iis a lucky dog Why he has failed at evrrylhing ie liar Itried Yes hint lies lucky to hove a ather hh law to take care of him nkyii Life1 Afilhlni to Take flack Di atislieil Customer Say tbeee cigars are the vilesti I ever rtnoked Vnu tail youd guarantee their quality Dealer I lei sir I guarantee them tIn be as good as any outer two ccnt cigar in the murketChltaoTrihunl Breaking Ip Iloniekrplnji I understand that Judge Urown is breaking up housekeeping That eunt be lies very busy these days deciding divorce cases Wellimt that what I said X Y Herald Ills Philosophy Dont you think thnt you some times overestimate the value of money asked the friend Mehhr answered Senator Stir ghum hint its just as well to keep on the safe side Washington Star ulhloK Accruing jrl1Iber1I understand you have an interest in the Swcatman mine Ltt11b11 have an investment there but I have seen no interest on it ip to the present moment Hoston Transcript =Baled ivllh Iron Haad JogglesSo lies ruled by a wiiinan I niter thought his wife was that kind 1VagglesShe isnt Its the cook Town Topics Akeil and answered lie When poverty comes in at tine door what is it love does She Why it flies out of the dic ing roost window of cotiise Chi cago Dily News io toronntlnnr fur Taatea CluhiicSic hat rvmiei to mart meMollieNell some girls will marry any old thine Vonkera Statesman V PROMINENT PHYSICIANS IIUSE AND ENDORSE PERUNkw I rucBro C II rhamberllu M D writes from J Uharil Sis WnsliiuRton D Co j 1 +F Many cases have come under my observation where Peruna has benefited and cured Therefore I cheerfully recommend it i for catarrh and general tonicC B CHAMBERUN D v Medical Examiner U 5 Treasury Dr Llewellyn Jordan Medical tKx- uminer of U S Treasury Department graduate of Co 1ollegeLand t h r c e years III West Point iias t the following to f say of Pertina Allow the u T express my grit etude i to you for f the bfntfit dieI f rived from yopr 4J wonderful rem- edyj One sho- rtmonthT 1uas brought forth in vast change and I now consider California the State of Big Things California produces J2 Per ceat of tie ttaulrtrysIper cent eLthe countrys i S1rnIM per to 9l per If1a great many other important commo itii s California is one of the largest produeea of ben in the world and the only produCe er of Lima beans for commercial purposes tttdjtamorei t f i Califtinia rui0ic nearly all MIC vrjetable and flower seeds to the murkcts of the herdens alifornia1si importanceinCon a Quarter Ragged Robert with a husbanddowntown pureIGoo Ines me Here a the quarter TJtll ltaggeelRobertTheWetklr IiDlIX Tr Touched hawrtowith him in e r Oldwed Youll else my boy Ive tbinltFFyears Chicago Da Her FatherSo young man you want to till my hoes J Her uitorJII tn- tir Her Father Well if you did your first art would be to kick yourselfN Y Sun Glory hasnt any credit at the bank Chicago Journal I mltQRamj myself a well man after months of MilTerJijg Fellow snfferers rerun will cure ynuBr Llewellyn Jordan Ctfl Havener M Dof Anacotit U C writes i The IVruKi llfiic5mCoColumbu O iciitiemrn hi ny practice r tiara Iliad occasion to fn jiienty prescribe your valuable medicine iiml pare foimit its use livuSicial cspieially in cases of catarrh George C Havener 31 If you do not receive prompt auct sat 1t i factor results rum Jhc use of P rung write at once to Dr llartmani giving a full statement of your case and he will Oar plrnreA tt give you his tvaluable advice grads I ofII i Ohio Tour of All Mexico ViaI Iron Moonlaia titrate iUnder Special Fort theimanTrain with I wide vestibule curs Drawing Rooms Com iwrtmenti Parlor Library Mu ic Room t and tlie largest Dining Car in the World now building and the famous Open TopsCar Chililitli The only Oberratiqn Car that really and truly obnrve IeUurely Itinerary with fxing Stops includineThrei CirrleTouri in the Tropics opd theHuined it ics in the South of Mexico All distaste ful personally conducted features eimint t1 KxrluMvencri and independent move i nicnl nisnrrd Tickets Include All Ex s i fnri Everywhere Address The Amen empbellfcnlI Agents of the Iron Mountain Route IIlInd C Town cnd G P S T A St Louis It Wn Ihf Card The weary housekeeper soused beide the musket of eggs that bore the card Ialellei Fresli this morning 38 cent Hive me a dozen oi these eggs sh said lauppoe you guarantee their frifiinefij Yell no said time be ititirg tors h thatlutmorn ing Yea m the storfketjxr reluctantly ad matted lint you Me its the card thatt t rlillDealerMr Gusheritontider her pretty at all time hut in that title bonnet her face iif doubly sweet ltiss WryrellI cant agree with you about the sweetness hue she certainly iis a doublefaced thing Philadelphia Press I passionatiyi anythingheI i UFry SLI I i r l cts ie tly I Acts plexsartIjrfI cts Befefici II tctsitr11lYJasaLaxatii Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the wellinformed and to the healthy because its component parts are simple and wholesome and be cause it acts without disturbing the natural func tions as it is wholly free from every objectionable i I quality or substance In the process of manufacturing figs are used as they are pleasant to the taste but the medicinal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from an excellent combination of plants known to be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially To get its beneficial effectsbuy the genuinemanufactured by the Y 1 IA Y P p srltciico iCel Louisvills K yWTo N rr aids b cCntaYrifiiitl i t o- A y a HERALD RheumatismWhat is the use of telling the rheumatic that he feels us If his Joints were tens dis r located T He knows that his sufferings arc very t much like the tortures of the rICk it What he vantt to know Is what will per manently cure his disease That according to thousands of grateful testimonials I- sHoods Sarsaparilla it promptly neutralizes the acid In the I blood on which the disease depends com c pletely eliminates It and strenctbens the i HoodsiHAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Feb 20 1903 Judge Wheeler and bride wereI I promptly serenaded upon their ar rival with a charivari Dr S R Collier of West Liber ty was mingling with friends hero a few days week beforo last GODS Sarsaparilla Is the medi eruptionstweakness and general debilityit positively and absolutely CURES j Johnson the western man 4 4Comae to Item Green with a better plan For he possesses a very strong will And soon will buy a big sawmill For Constipation Tao LronB lad Irs idchlldreii asitiepleaaulWtakeendper- ectlr harmleaeuulerallcrennutaucee 1rice5e Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Swango Mnytown Ivy John Davis left on Monday for l Grassy where he is working in the interest of the Hazel Green Oil and Gas Co I Mr Dunning of the lfirm of Rose l Dunning returned home I last week after a two weeks visit in the hoosier state This cold spell has advanced the price of coal and had it continued much longer there would have been a coal famine Born to the wife of Taylor John son on Friday Feb 13 a girl weight 10 pounds and Dr Nickell1 says she is a budding belle Rev Mr Bussabargor will preach I at the Christian church on Sunday Y morning on the subject One Another and until further notice 4therewill be no night service i WANTED 5 YOUNG MEN fromi Wolfe county at once to prepare i for positions in the government serviceRailway Mail Clerks Let tar Carriers Custom House and Department Clerks etc Apply to InterState Corres Inst Rapids Ia 26 Miss Hazel Ringo who has been dangerously ill with pneumonia for some weeks past is now said f to be improving which is indeed gratifying news to her friends r CASTORIAI for Infanta and Children ThXtd You Hare Always BHgbt t Bears the- Olgaature o of Rev H D Adams has just returned from Nicholas Fleming and Bath counties where he has I been looking after the interests of the Knoxville nursery company f One Minute Cough Cure gives re- liefj in one minute because it tills the microbe which tickles the mu cous membrane causing the cought 1 and at the same time clears the phlegm draws out the inflamma tion and heals and soothes th affected parts One Minute Cough a Cure strengthens the lungs wards 4offpneumonia and is a harmless never failing cure in all cura t ble cases of Coughs Colds and Croup One Minuto Cough Cure is pleasant to take harmless and good alike for young and old s j As the roads are so pretty Hon H F Pieratt took a pleasur- trip to Helechawa Monday for the purpose of changing the Combs Pieratt telephone box into the station office at Helechawa where d it will be much more convenien- for the citizens of the country at large a e Since our last issue our town has been honored with a visit from Dr Carroll of Lee City and Dr Harve Stamper of Campton respectively These gentlemen having had con siderable experience withsmall pox were summoned professional ly and pronounced in the affirm ative Hence the quarantine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve The only positive cure for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles cuts burns braises eczema r and all abrasions of the skin vDe i Witts is the only Witch Hazel t f thefure- unadulteratedt witch hazel all ittsVtchcounterfeit axe made toBell f r a I oibtHTflEnT SAM Wjllfixi A f v I 0 U some Print mould CMM IiAnd stop at Hazel Qreea j While wintry viaii are ble fag wildII Hell iiid a Job I woes la 11Heni 11 And though lack of money plays a part He sure will be well fed I For country editors tie a fact Deat tare the eaiak af hud i Times are Mt as they used to be Throagheat thfa glorious land A Weak Stomach Causes a weak body and invites disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures and strengthens the stomach and wards off and overcomes dis ease J B Taylo a wealthy mer chant of Chricsmnn Tex says I could not eat because of a weak stomach I lost all strength and run down in weight All that mon ey could do was done but all hope of recovery vanished Hearing of some wonderful cures effected by use of Kodol I concluded to try it The first bottle benefitted me and after taking four bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength weight and health Mrs Rpslyn Linden whose sick ness was mentioned in our paper died Sunday morning at 3 oclock of typhoid fever At the time of her death her surviving children Caesar and Mrs Morton Cecil were present at her bedside together with other relatives Though unconscious when the summons came she had rallied the previous after noon and talked with all She was laid to rest Tuesday morning tho obsequies being witnessed by quite a crowd ofsorrowing friends II CWRIQ JlED10RDSI I BLACBRAUGffll I THE ORIGINAL LIVER MEDICINE j 1 =A sallow complexion dizziness biliousness and a mated are common indications of live and kidney diseases Stomach and bowel troubles severe as they are painbutthough less painful at the start are much harder to cure Thedfords BlackDrannht never fails to benefit diseased liver anti weakened kidneys It stirs up the torpid liver to throw off the germs of lever and ague It is a certain preventive ofrthe kidneys With kidneys reinforced by Thedfords Black Draught thousands persons have yellow otheri1octorDraught It is always on hand for use in an emergency and saves many expensive calls of a doctor 1901II DraughtfortheteyearsandlhavenotI toadoctor since I have bun 11 It Is the best medicine for me that Is kidneytroubles complaints Rev A G LEWIS ar11 U A Correction Friend Cooper In justice to myself and house will you allow me to correct tho statement in the last issue of your paper in regard to Swango spring being sold This as a whole is not true for I still retain my interest in said spring and all guests of Swango House will have the same privilege and use of the water from said spring inethe past My house is still open for guests Respectfully U IIAR ION SWANGO Proprietor Nearly Forfeits His Life A runaway almost ending fatal ly started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove aledoctors and all remedies But Bucklens Arnica Salvo had no goodforand piles 25c at J T Days Ha SonstCampton drug stores Died of Typhoid Fever Mrs Easter Linden wife of Big Bill Linden of the head of Red river died Friday Feb 13 of ty phoid fever after an illness of 19 days at the age of 63 year Be side her husband she leaves several brothers and sisters to mourn her death She was a sister of Mrs Roslyn Linden who died Sunday morning last Since our last issue one case of smallpox has developed in Hazel Greeny the victim being MnfRoe Nickellrbnt as she yandl slll Who aims in contact with her have been strictly quarantined the hope is expressed that the disease willl spread no farther Meantime she is jetting along nicely i i 1 11i DitartcKmi iFeeling Eatox verbatim fcbpf of rthe following letter would do more to vindicate our friend C C Hans against any calumny that might be current than any card written by us we reproduce it and we are glad to say that having known Mr Harrison from his childhood up we can vouch for his veracity LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE RAIL J ROAD CmIPANY- PASSENGERDEPARTMEST I LEXINGTON Kv Feb 18 1903 J Mr Spencer Cooper Editor HAZEL GREEN HERALD Hazel GreenKy Friend Spencer I was in Mt Sterling a few days since where I heard that it was rumored in the mountains that Mr C C Hanks of Campton Ky when he took his party to Muskogee I T in December last had made between five hundred and one thousand dollars ou this trip as he had char tered a car There is nothing in this story and I would like for you to contradict same in your paper Mr Hanks had nothing to do with chartering the coach as we had to put same on to accommodate the people He received no favors from us and paid for his transpor tation same as the others Now I would like for you to write a card and insert samein your paper signing my namo to same I think this is duo Mr HanksKindly send mo copy of paper also copy to Mr Hanks as he does not know anything about it Please send me bill for same and I will remit Yours truly W H HARRISON Traveling Passenger Agent I think Mr Hanks is familiarly called Lunt- Mysterious Circumstance Quo was palo and sallow and the other fresh and rosy Whence the difference Sho who is blushing with health uses Dr Kings New Life Pills to maintain it By gent ly arousing the lazy organs they compel good digestion and head off constipation Try them Only 25c at J T Days Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores Child Fell in the Fire The infant child of Curtis Lacy and wife just able to toddle fell1 into an open wood fire Sunday night and burned its little handsI so badly that the skin peeled off up to the wrist The wounds were promptly dressed with linseed oil carbolic acid etc and the little one has since been resting easy Lyons Laxative Syrup Natures Cure for Constipation Dots NOT GRIPS If you do not like f better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist will refund tha money Good for children as well as grown people Sold by J C Stamper Grassy Creek W W Swango May town Ky A protracted meeting is in progress at the Laurelschoolhouse and much interest manifest Dont forget the old man with the fish on his back e For nearly thirty years he has been traveling around the travelingbringing goesTo he brings the strength and flesh he so much needs sicklychildren strengthening food personsheric red blopji Children who first saw the old mia with the fish are now ownup and have children of their own I He stands for Scotts Emul sion of pure cod liver elladelightful food and a natural tonic for children for old folks and for all who reed flesh and strength SCOTT at BCWNB Chemist4 Pearlsop ooNewYorl Sr 4 1i = lifHfMHt dfieglt1118fSalilee BUBBTON ILL Feb 10 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed you will find my check for 200 for which you will please place one to my credit and one to J M Henrys credit In looking over your clubbing list Mr Henry selected the Toledo Blade and you will please send me the Sunny South Mr Henry was in the store the other day and I told him I waa going to send you my subscription He said you can send him a dollar for me I wouldnt give anything for the pa per but I owe it to Mr Cooper But I notice that the weather nev er gets too cold nor the roads too muddy for him to come to the office for his paper And should it be delayed for any cause he will come by and ask if I got THE HER ALD Mr Henry is getting along well and is well satisfied The health of this community is good We are having some cold weather now I see where they are having smallpox in Campton I can fully sympathize with them for we have just gone through a siege of them I would advise ev erybody to get vaccinated That will soon stop them I am in business by myself and am selling all the goods I can Would like to pay you a visit this winter but cant With success to THE HERALD you and Mrs CooperI amr Yours respectfully ELZA H JAMES DR FENNERS KIDNEYand Backache All diseases Bladder I rAln ormdneYlCUREI roplylemal1Troublel Dont becom discouraged There Is a cure for you If necessary write Ur Fcnner Ho has spent a lire time curing Just such cues as yours All consultations Free bDr Fencers Kidney and Backache Cure la tho cause of riy being alive today I bad rearsandweigh ltd pounds w ii Mc COIN Olive Furnace 0- DruIfJlJsta5IIc L Ask for Cook BookFree Sara Circular Dr STVITUSDANCE ereFredonlaNY NUPTIAL KNOTS Mill Maliiia Tarferoigb and G W Wheeler Wed ii This City The marriage of Miss Malinda Yarbrough to G W Wheeler of Hazel Green was quietly solemnized at the home of Mrs Louisa Galbreath on North Limestone r officiatingtThe bride was dressed in a beau tiful tan traveling dress with blue silk waist They left immediately after the ceremony for their home in Hazel Green Miss Yarbrough is the much loved daughter of N K Yarbrough of Owen county and is a sister o r Miss BettieYarbrough the accomplished nurse of St Josephs Hos pital Mr Wheeler is a prosperous farmer and civil engineer of Wolfe county All join in wishing the bridal couple much happiness iin their new home Lexington Lea der Their Fortieth AiiiTeriary Thursday Jan 16th was the 40th anniversary of the wedded life of Rev J T Pieratt and most estimable wife who lately moved here from Kentucky so the friends and neighbors of tho cou ple decided to give them a surprise on this date Plans wero secretly made and carried out and when the noo hour arrived it found about 50 of their friends assembled at the door of their home in the west part of townThe surprise was complete on Mrs Pieratt but J T was onto the scheme Baskets filled wit an abundance of eatables were present and the table was soo spread for tho happy couple nn the hosts of friends A nice rock ing chair was one of the principall presents for the old couple A good time was enjoyed by all present and as they took their depart ure for their homes later in the day their wishes were for the health and happiness of the old couple for years to come Parker Kansas Paper A private letter to the folks a home brings the news that MissI Annie Wheeler is teaching schoolI at Petrop Okla She stood theI best examination among all appli cants for certificates at Cheyenne City and began teaching the firstj lay in thin Kootb Iii 7 r t J 1 12 r rAtOat HIlt the Cost LionCoffee has better strengthand flavor than many socall ed fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price is not to be compared with Lion in quality IB 1 ft airtight sealed packages MORGAN COUNTY NEWS o MAYTOWN MISSIVES 0Aunt Rhoda Sample is ill at this writingAunt Julia Childers is on the sick list Henry Murphy of Valeria was in town Sunday The infant child of Henry Ward died last Friday Willie Ward of Pekin was in our midst Friday Sherman Spradliug of Campton was calling on friends in our town this week Mrs S E Swango who has been very ill for the past few days is much bettor We had a show here Monday and Tuesday nights Brown and Swimm managers Miss Gila Lawson a bright and accomplished young lady of our town is on the sick list Roy Murphy of Grassy and Roy Pieratt of our town are con fined to their beds with mumps Wm Chil ors killed a mad dog passing through our village Sun day morning It had done no harm so far as learned Doyle McClure and Butler1 Hughes passed through our town Friday en route to their homes They have been attending the ac ademy in your town Schoolclosed here Friday much to the regret of its patrons as well as the pupils of our district We all join heartily in the praises of Mr Clark who it H said has taught one of the most successful schools taught here for quite a while Feb 23 LUNETTE Tne Easy Pill DeWitts Little Early Risers do not gripe nor weaken the system They cure biliousness jaundice constipation and inactive livers 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 the trouble is removed entirely These famous little pills exert a decided tonic effect upon the organs in volved and if their use is contin ued for a few days there will be no return of the trouble Sewell Rose of Stillwater who yearsrago 10 days ago and says ho has had a sufficiency During his three years service hwas in Honolulu the Philippines Najasaki Japan and many other points of interest Owing to tho illness of the edi tor who had a chill and other ail ments no paper was published last week We regret this very much and hope that improved health willenable us to print the papers with regularity hereafter Our Clubbing List For the next 30 days we will club THE HERALD and the follow ing papers at the price named For instance TIlE HERALD and 50Thricei 25Weekly 35WeeklyRepWeekly JUU 4 pageshSUNNY SOUTH Literary 1 0010 pages choice stories Ac 5d25lBRYANS COMMONER 1 OKW J Bryans 8 p weekly JL 6U iiiazmGI ltSQS+ DiUy Grass BUlSBllBo Fruit and Ornamental Trees Asteverythingfor Strawberry and General Cata logues on request Both phones H s Fs WHMMjtr SolS 1 i S LEIxGT01I1ZYs ti 1 M r n q f REATii OVERC ATG5ii- tt SALEOwing to th- eContinued Warm We tlierrWe are BADLY OVERSTOCKED IX OVERCOATSTHOUSANDS Of OvercoatsFOR MEN AND BOYSa AT COST f A- NDRegardless of Cost I Code EarIga g 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