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One SUBSCUPTIdk rar in advance0 I Six menthe in dvanee UTESIIThree months in Single copy cash in IIlodleteIhouldII registered letter or bank fUll dralLIII III I II I I I In for 30 of is a far Oil Is It the the of 7I I av at vasani I I a= A I and all who pays us cash or oth er pay to call and from our went of it up for the holiday at once come first Also back or are and will save ua up as this is one time we are one and all who does respond and pay past W W Ky Nov 14 I Wa L A VA i Ky sad ty contains of the and of mood It and never to cure It you to eat the food you The else It k for K g to only by Eo C Ctx eft s o OF 0 at the of busiI and 624 it and and Lot In 115 subject to OBi is not A 1 s- L In the Story of Jonathan and His by Max = 0 EIGHTEENTH YEAR 5 QUist Mist in tt T IB 1ThoKind Yon Have Bought and Which Boa beettue over years has berne the to its his I AHawaa eRetolIece1ve Boa is batExperimentsInfants anti OhlldreftBz9erieaoe against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oastorla snbctitate Castor Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Itcontains neither Opium Morphine Bor other Karoetto Wormerallays It cures and Wind Colic relieves Teething Troubles CWJSB It sataralaiaepTim CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears ths Sifnatnrt The Kind You Haw Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years cea5aaeraa 55555 Dewara eW8Ia w =NEW AND CHEAP GOODS WE WILL KINDLY ASK ONE for coupon ticket receive premiums large asaort r RAT SW RET gotten especially trade Come First aervd those number unthankful fellows invited hunting them going after not for favors Respectfully Ac Maytown SWANGO COI CEVEDON aePBE8EMT- tsGGUGGENHEiMER COUIIC UriiftgDryGnfcNitiMSJikttfS LTNOHBURO Headquarters West Liberty roadbmaediatol7WlUa Motions White Goods Puts Overa- llsasad Mens Furnishings request beforeplacing fKodolDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation all ilgestanu digests all kinds gives instant relief falls allows all want most sensitive manythousandslured after everything failed unequalled all stomach troubles Mi kelp but yM wl- fs nd IJEWITT Ulilcmgo 7MUbotuecoataIosSKtImectbeCOcriio CONDENSED STATEMENT Jan101West liIIBrtg WEST LIBERTY KY Showing condition close 1902pRESOURCES tsana Discounts 8480033- pferdrafta Secured jFsynHure Fixtures 188276 Reuse 778784 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid 146500- 0Sirpjiu 60000 ttsHlitided Profits check whIch interest paid 62816 1782 HERALDOContuwmt ORall HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 1903 NUMBER 32 SPKXOBK Owner cao EditorTw Pillar Mist Witty CircyliW md Mist Qvitil Par the Kuticky MsratakisAtxs YEAR AdTuei Always slrnatnre and has beeamade under Beaal aafterviriea macs perI harmless Pleasant Dianheaa Coastipatlon anti Flatulency assimilates Fool regulates 148660 iSiefrom Bankiu 8456099- dak 674261 Deposits I JlijExpeDSeA and 3 per cent dividend were paid out oflshiimonths earnings W D ARCIIIBALD Cashie- rS W CECIL AttestSSubscribed and sworn to before me by W D Archibald Jan 2nd 1903 J n KENDALL 15jan2m Notary Public J I JIB I as V INCORPORATED Is now ready to do business Home office Haul Green Ky Mtre thai 7500 acres of xt ietiraUe lulu A definite amount of the sparforpurposesAableFor presidenttary Wm H Cord- 1VINCHESTEB r rAslWIno st8r hIlkf iiI jjTIll WIT11ERSPOONPresideatI KY X Paid Up CapltaUlooooeoe A Surplus t i s tOO0OOe y Handsome Deposit of 40491048 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmer traders and bur luau men generally throughout East era Kentucky and offers Its custom I enenrraellhyod the tliberal- terms within the limit of legitimate banking loct2ly Cr00 GC+ cO OOv XyJCa t Cdpp ppp W Is CASKEY f HAZEL GREEN KY Dlalll in SIA eraI MercbiKHse- uA Cwiffj Pnjtfli HAS NOW ON HAND A LARGE well selected stock of Dry Goods NotionsG- ENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHINGJ 2HATS AND CAPSl XTS A1DSHOES PATENT MEDICINESjj 3DRUGS OILS CO Ac JiJIo fact everything usually kept 1Is a firetclafa general store Calland asiiae his stuck sad bear Ua prices plUea yoa g1t19 r 3ji ey 1Sf 1 THE HERALD SPEMCKICOOPEI Eater THE meeting of the state com mittee on exhibits of agricultureI and horticulture of which Col I B Nail is chairman today and to morrow March 5 and 0 will prob ably be attended by every member Up to date all but one gentleman- of that important body of the Worlds Fair movement in Ken tucky has signified his intention of being present President A Y Ford of the Kentucky Exhibit Association has arranged with the Commercial Club of Louisville to have invitations sent to all outofctown members to attend its ban quet at the Louisville Hotel o March 5 This will be one of the swell affairs of the season in the Falls City several speakers of more than state reputation being down on the program to respond to toasts Mr Fords sentiment is Kentuckys Resources He will of course take occasion to dwell at length on the opportunity Kentucky has to make a fine display of her resources at the Loui siana Purchase Exposition next year THE Morning HeraldofLexing ton last week moved into its ne home on East Main street from whence it was issued as a seven column quarto in a new dress the creation of a battery of new Mer genthalers and a Duplex press which turns out 0500 per hour It is now truly oj metropolitan journal and the Messrs Breckin ridge Wm QP as editor inchief and Desha as manager have every reason to be proud of the success it has attained Saturday will be a red letter day when all th nearby patrons are invited to seethe printing of Central Kentuckys greatest newspaper A Y FORD presidentof the KenS tucky Exhibit Association continues to receive encouraging reports from county committees which have been asked to take np with their fiscal courts the matter of an appropriation It is quite certain thscate courts look favorably upon the proposition As the appropriations from counties will in all cases be for needed exploitation and expen ses incurred in furnishing and advertising the county products and resources in conjunctioa with the whole state exhibit no objection can be raised AT AN important meeting of the miscellaneous corporation commit tee of the Ientnoky Exhibit Association it was decided to recom mend to the general finance mittee that 20000 souvenir buttons be ordered bearing the Kentucky Building with an appropriatei phrase and to be sold at one do- an 1 each The general committee willllikely approve the plan Beneath the building will be the words Its part mine 11It CHAS 0 PROWSE an attorney of Hopkinsville has written to the Kentucky ExhibitAssociation that he oars furnish for the Kentucky Building a rough frame of Jeffer- SOn Davis birthplace made from the timbers of the old home site in Christian county He also offers the association a pen and ink draw ing 12 by 18 inches in size of the birthplace A WALKING cane made by Aaron Burr on the head of which is BnrraownlikenesscutbYhimselfie the possession of Bertha E Hopkins of Franklin which she has brought to the attention of the Kentucky Exhibit Association with the intention that it be placed in the Kentucky building coamifteeHi baa adopted a sliding scale 00I Muscles aching bones breaking strength remedyII j which to ask subscriptions It will bring over 10XX to the Ken tucky Exhibit Associations fund Contributions will range from 25 to 1500 ICOL T T HEDGER IOf Qeerjetowi Aiieucef Hii- Caiiiiacy for Coaudigioier of Agriculture GEORGETOWN KY March 103 To THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY I beg to announce to you m for the office of Com jeanwill of the Democratic vo ers at the primary to be held Ma 9 The short time intervening fore the election renders it impos sable for me to cover all of the state I desire to state that I have beenJ for years and am now a practical and active farmer and that all of my interests are dependent upon the success of the farmers I am in thorough sympathy with all1 matters pertaining to the advancement of the interests of the agricultural classes of the state and of course in our commonwealth ii- is well known that the success o dow pendent upon the welfare of the farmers If nominated I pledgeI my best efforts to use the Department of Agriculture in the interest of the farmers and the general wol o fare of the commonwealth I have at nil times been an active and consistent Democrat I am profoundly grateful to the Democrats of Scott county who have twice honored me with the sheriff 8 office without opposition in the ranks of my own party I havet thicketet of the fight for Democratic principles i both state and national jhave served four years as a member I of the State Central Democratic Committee representing th- eventh Congressional District and feel that lean point with pride to the success of the Democratic party in my district under my direction In these times of great combinations of capital and trustst no one feels more keenly the direct senile of their unjust oppression tthan the farmers of the countryt and I pledge you if nominated use the office to resist the oppression of all trusts and to stand fighting for the interests of the agricul1 turists If you nominate me I pledge all of my energy and strength to the success of the party jin November when we must meet the enemy the Republican party Having had many years experienc in business and farming you will not be placing the office in t jhands of an inexperienced mat and I pledge the same care to the hamve devoted to my personal affairs The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Ificmrer of SwaM XMt at ITtrk U Its laboratory There Is a dJrtase prevailing In this decepUvCoItIeart disease pneumonia heart allure j kidneydisUsevance the kidneypoisoned blood will sham the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away ecU by ce1J Then the richness of the bloodthe albumaJ J leaks out and the sufferer has Brlghts Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers 5wap Reot the new dls cover is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousand of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists in fUtyceat tad dollar siua A sample tattle sent free SwampReotDrKOmC Btegbaratoa ft Y aad uoa this paper Dont sake aav eabtake bat rtmesaber tile Bape Swaap Root Drr KOsers 1 Root aad the addray BbgbaBpton N OB every bottle II The Department of Agriculture was founded for the interests of the farmers and in my humble opinion ought to be managed by a practical and real farmer My county SCOTT has not had a candidate for a STATE OFFICE for 25 years and being a strong and reli able Democratic county I feel that I can appeal with confidence to my fellow Democrats all over the state supportYencouragement ambitiontAgrit myYcommonbcause Democracy the only refuge for an honest and patriotic people sincerelyJ Humors Come to the Surface In pimples and ruDthemelvesmain In the system thats bad Hoods Sar ssparllla removes them wards off donne1makes good health sure Take It IMPORTANT CHANGE I Heiry Vatterioii CourierJour NQrrfDuring three decades the Louis ville CourierJournal has stood un I alterably and conspicuously before the public as the representative of the great commonality of the peo pie against both the Robber Baron seeking through the accreation of illgoti money to steal away the peoplet liberty by stealing away their franchise rights and the readytool of the Robbor Baron the bandit politician masquerad ing as a statesman and patriot the better to serve the ends of his mas ter In fulfilling this high fnuc gI0 go sometimes to cry onward and sometimes to cry halt some 9 thittgtj but never changing the direction of its movement and always true to the underlying principle of its being expressed by the simple demand for The Greatest Good to the Greatest Number With the advent of the new year thatis on the first of January 1903 camtpaign from which it looks for com manding results and the better toI 1roach the objects it has before iit the twiceaweekeditionwas ed to a oncea week edition return ing to the old Weekly Courier t Journal which for a quarter of a century was literally a politicall I bible to millions of Americans wh prbee The new Weekly Courier ourn al is modern in ovary respect and is a paper for the home Jt is iis I sued every Wednesday and its 10 or 12 eightcolumn pages are filled with the best work of the beat writers The price of the paper iis f1 a year in advance sad it 1 Swell worth it By a special arrangement with the publishers of the Courier Jour nal you can get that paper and THE HERALD 0110 year for only 125A f Ilipt8veeL Dr Centers property on South Broadway has been vastly improv ed by now crushed brick sidewalk along its entire front and pedes triads who travel that way school children attending the academy specially are loud in commend lion of the enterprise dllhata IB a Name Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve C DeWitt Co of Chicago dis covered some years ago how toII make a salve from Witch Hazel s that is a specific for piles For blind bleeding itching and pr trading piles eczema cuts burns i bruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salve has no equal Tb has given rise to numerous aort DeWittYe the genainci 1 aP3 THIS SPACE BELONGS TO f Ha DCOr DEALERS IN I rorisSB HAZEL GREEN KY carry larger stock and sell fWho cheaper than any other firm f or in this section Give trial and tare money WEEKLY CrierQeUlaal 0HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR ISSUED TEN OR 0I0I4 YEARR- EVENUE l 0REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM 0BEST EDITORIALS BEST POLITICAL ARTICLES BEST STORIES BEST MISCELLANY BEST BOOK REVIEWS BEST PICTURES BEST POETRY BEST CHILDRENS PAGE BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST MARKET REVIEWS BEST OF EVERYTHING 0LOUISVILLE KY 0By a special arrangement you can get the HAZEL GREEN HERALD AND THE Weekly C0L111 TO latht OM Year fir Oily 3g CsPMrhis is for CASH subscrip tions only and all subscriptions under this combination offer mustI be sent through THE HERALD 0office AlHicas BrlatlSt Week 5 0THE Toledo BladeTO- LEDO OHIO 0NEW PRESSES NEW STEREOTYPE PLANT NEW AND MOD ERN APPLIANCES IN EVElRY DEPARTMENT ANDcENLARGEMENT OF BUILDING TO FOUR TIMES ITS PRESENT SIZE 0BEFORE the close of 1902 the Toledo will be installed in its new building with modern plant and equipment with facilities equal to any publi ChlC8KOItterritoryThet busy people can more easily comprehend than by reading cumbersome columns of dailies All current topics made plain in each issue by special editorial matter written from inception down to date The only paper published especially for people who do or do not read daily news factEThat this kind of a newspaper popu lar is tenby thofact that tb Week nPi I of the United States IB addition to the newt Ute Blade publishes short and depatttneataoloUtter soiled to every member of Ute family Oaly ONE DOLLAR a year copyAddrtM j BLADEhTOLEDO OHIO LHlIlilaaWeaalard JNd frante 0 atlklsrelpt MeH Nr lro I essuiIIITSIJIIflssssssusssjADVERTISING I ii 14 1 2 Column inches 1 1 1 1 0II S 00Announcements I 500ToocodidateObituaries Tributes Ac pre copylsfurnlshedumeasloab6oaline FPIERATTc IG8 a a COURIERJOURNALCOMPA1 a Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect October 19 1902 I EAST BOUND NO2111 I STATIONS 11111111No LTe 4 ex w 2 25 45 am 3 10 25 am 4 3 06 50 pmlwllWlocheter 12018 23 13 am am 4 3S pm 57 Nat 954 am 4 49 pm 62 08 am 5 II pm 70 Bridie1571 10 29 am 6 11 pm 90 11 26 am 6 15 pm 94 11 30 am WEST BOUND 3DailyexSuoayI II AMArr PMArr10 10m 0 OS pm a 9 25 am 2011I I 20 pm 8 37 am 40 39 pm 8 28 am 44 1Torreot14oI4 30 pm t8 01 am 01 pm 7 47 am 47 pm 7 20 am 15711Staoton157 3 26 pm ras6 29 sm I 2 30 pm I 6 25 am 2 25 vm 0 ft L B1AMCH EASTBOUND No 33 121 E Wo 21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex znIIlittil3 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 335 G OAK Junction 6 11 26 4 17 11 Wilhurst 11 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 68 t 510 20 Lee City 20 1222 518 22 Helechawa 22 12 28 5 45 27 Cannel City 27 12 45 PM Ana P3f Ala WEST BOUND No 34 121 121 No 22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Dally ez Sunday po Sunday Gn 9 15 0Jukson 235 910 6 OK Junction 6 230 8 28 11 Wilhurst 11 1 58 8t 15 13 Hampton 13 1 52 7 35 20 Lee City 20 1 28 7 26 22 Helechawa 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City 27 1 05 lY LYE PYLVB forCanneltucky Bailway Division dolly except Sun day Nos 1 and 2 connect at L d E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio lor Ht Sterling and local points Nos 1 and 2 connect at Beattyrille June ion with L d A for tjiif dally ex ept Sunday ManagerCBAL8COTT t ROSE DUNNINCII PRACTICAL i BLACKSMITHS ti AND WAGONMAKERS 1 HAZEL GREEN KY MIurits the attention of the farmers of this vi deity to their faro vedfacllitiel for WacksmitiiBg and wagonaukiBg M well M repair work of all kiods A fall force of first elm Mefculcs jIswurw ftom Mtm 1m Ute ezeortka ef all work eatrwted to Aws aM s Urfah f tioa k gmarutMsl 1IB all SNMM m talaiagaatfRaaes ate 1 ear ties You re i x all aeiklted aad will ee 7ah1ealieattallJ Jla JWeZ Jr D11XJQJQ 0 t t y q r LTHEHkALEt SPENCER COOPER Publisher 4flAZELOREENz I I KY 1 + MMMMMMMM + 1 THE GREAT 1 AMERICAN SERIAL 14v DAVID H DODGBt t I I HI I tit tt Mt OPKIXS IrefweeklyI publication that had been 4 f started iu London which spoke und p 1 1itwas the managing editor to whom the owner addressed himself The said owner was Mr John JJroadwood a middleaged stout ish nnd pompous person with strong business instincts lie had made a fortune in trade and had decided to pajrrI dopyoung friend Hopkins could do it F Yes sir replied Mr Hopkins here Mr Opkins said the proprietor of the Monocle dont you think it would be a good idear if we was to ave an American story in tthe paper There lots of Americans livinln Ixmdounow and I think we ought to cater to em What do you think I qI think sir said the managing editor it is a very good idea indeed A very good idea jl = atAsay l lYonknow ow to do it dont yerV J Well sir r think I do True r have I never yet visited America but I have read a good deal of American litera I ture such as it iis for it isnt anything It as good as ours and I can easily get III I friend of mine who has been there to I II mayIAll right Opkins Lets ave the first installment next week So Mr Hopkins wrote his great Amer ti liPi r I onocltII so much eagerness that that number completely sold out There was nil 1a8 installment and it might be I to say that there would bavq been no second installment had it noti been that the edition was printed be t fore there was any time to make a Ii change III It is impossible to reproduce nil of the novel which appeared in the Mon I ocle but a few selections may be made to show the nature of this thrilling piece of fiction- S CHAPTER I It was a cold gray gloomy day in I time month of September iu New York nail Arthur Daerc as he turned into Uroadway from First street felt in his heart that the weather accorded well t mittdisturbed him not at all Iteinga born and bred New Yorker he was used to the noise He had just been rejected by the haughty beauty Gladys Baltimore She had led him on at first and allowed him to think that he was tho most favored of her many suitors the had encouraged him to drop in the parlor of her palatial Sixth aven ue home near the corner of one of I the most exclusive side streets which the Americans call GrumP almost every day to five oclock tea Then when at hiot he took his major age in his hands ami asked the mill important question she had refused 1 him and not kindly In fact she had intimated that her fortune and not herself was tho principal objeL of his solicitude t It is true that Gladys Ualtimorc i was very richor rather that her I father was Old Bertram Baltimore hind been born in the little town of I Michigan in the state of DetroitI and amassed a fortune early toy striking oil there He afterward piu I cbammtd wide tracts of laud in New I Jersey where he cultivated the cot I ton plant and owned more than u thousand slaves for this wits before the great war of the rebellion of 1873 when the intrepid south I I tamped out the snake of slavery and conquered their northern breth r GattyboyThinking what SONG OF THE DERELICT c crownbrownIts green delight over far better be down I I J deliverJI A hat should it do there outliving Us day Well If the wind come and blow It away for wheat I have seen still left withering on- Between the wind anti the ttiniry un hourWhenk birch In flower What said I avails It outliving Its days I Well I annyIlife Is lived out for butler or worse t Good anddeliverA rhrhatw duy7cilawaytSCIENTIFIC LUCK A Variety of Clover That this Aor c matlf Your Ienvcji Iroiluccdo 1 IbiDatek Expert Thin botanical papers report that Je Vries the great Dutch experimental evolutionist has by longcontinued EeIection produced a variety of clover whlcfchaanormally four leaves Thus iV jrthat science contribute something daily to the increpse of human liappineiis and good fortune says the i haveilug for the lucky leaf Even yet some of us always walk across a clover lc C patch with downcast eyes and ore arV i vested by unconscious cerebration at V say indication of quadruplicate folia lion Now we can buy our on luck dt the greenhouse provIde of course w wo are lucky enough tof have tin att ttl41lf lag tt qti it f J cS wonder Is it tat Arthur DaUre felt kim head swmv as he strolled down Broadway with his pipe iu his mouth But bethinking himself at an appointment with his solicitor be hailed1 n passing bust- ClLtlTER f IV I think Trevelyan will be elect edl Xo fear 1 am positive MeMos ters will I bet you two dollars Trevelyam will be our next president Done Two to one bar one Itwnmmthe night before election day The cool ocean breezes swept over Ithode Island tIme slimmer wa tcring place of New Yorks lower classes nod made n welcome ilnisli to till hut hiiImIsty The next morning the whole American nation were to cat their ballots for a new preu ideiit and excitement was in the ale Small groups of men in two anti threes were seen everywhere all of them with loaded revolvers in their hands and chewing gum or tobacco as is the custom of the Yankees at this critical period The fashion of electing a fresh president every three years seems very strange to au Englishman but the ruling classes of the United States are much averse to receiving advice from the more experienced John Hull mill we will therefore not indulge in any criticism Suddenly II figure jumped up on an old barrel near Ilyr and addressed the crowd with great vehemence This wan none other than Mr Trcvelyan the present president who was de sirous of reelection He had already been elected four Itimes hut be wn too fond of power to resign his scat My friends lit exclaimed in a strong American accent the time has conic I guess I reckon to eon shIer thu sitiwation Air we gintel coutinny tin policy what has SUDDENLY A It FIGURE JUMPED UP I ON AN OLD DARnEL been so successful duriu the past years Airi we I says Yes Sab Yew kin bet we air At that moment an interruption arose and several shots were tired CHAPTEK VII The court hall was still aiil all yes were turned on the pri lnr IItttlIIltinI ed States I The judge with lila vigoil one sida and lila legs up on the table Mopped for a moment whittling the piece ot wood in him hands and glanced lit- I Dacrc Then he expectorated on the I ceiling and seemed buried in though What would be the prisoners an Iswer to the pointed question of tIm keeneyed barrister This was in the state of Columbia of course where all law cases are heard in America I Even the hostile audience in time room felt for the accused ImI blowcd if it aint a bully shame was heard more than once Suddenly a strange thing hap pened A slight female figure was seen to be hastily making her way to the side of time prisoner Tis me Gladys Kaltiiunre sho muttered as she threw her heavy veil aside displrying her abundant chestnut hair done up in a hun To Be Continued J f But that ig just wherethe author made his lust and greatest mistake I I think me mind yonlId better I IJrQndI I tIle story what you wrote Erei your weeks celery six pounds six mind my vord of advice to you iu time future isBut what dOts Hie advice ol such an unjust employer as Mr Broad wood matterS Y Times social and political lift will be in crenedby this new discovery The rich noun can buy hula fourleaved clovers even his fiveleaved munch six leaved clovers and iohl in them while the poor man will till have to hunt long on the lawn for even a little luck and then he is likely to he told to keep off the grass His onlyI hope will be for the new variety to escape from cultiI nation and grow like the nUI ian thistle by the sidewalk limit by that time the millionaire will doubtless have eightleaved clovers in his conservatory Not Flattering I want my photograph To be a natural likeness without nny rc touching or embellishing 1 suppose you will charge less for it On the contrary madam we must charge more More Why is that Madam to let an exact likVnesi wiJlloutanycost us a hundred customers at least Cleveland Plain Dealer Her Idea He strode with a martial air read the little girl Now get the dictionary and hookup the meanings of the words said the teacher and then bring me a pars phrase of that sentence The little maid worked wearily over her dictionary and then brought the following paraphrase to her teacher lIe took long strides with grea- tcouregeNI Y Times dvaatazeSSkVhat awelUbrcd air of reposa yoPBjf SiaiUns hail iJMrtJi tr SZLFCURZDItUVOUSNZSSThe ward Caring Tkto Ana7- lag AEeetEM Selfcontrol as a cure for nerrout diseases in a remedy more efficacious then medicine at times said a prom intuit Washington practitioner ac cording to the Star and eince its ex ercise iRa matter of mere habit I will tell you about h- XeMousness 1is a disease nhd nenous persons est ttrtlly womenj are n torture to themselves an object of pity on the part of some anti of contempt on the part of others Nervousness in itself nervous prostra tion in its various stages and the dif ferent forms of nenous fright and irritability largely result from per sons allowing themselves to yield to certain channels of thought which have fear as a bastei It makes slight difference what this element of fear may be whether the los of money of a beloved one position or what else time subject nurses thin thread little by little un Iii except iu the case of a sudden mimi powerful shock imperceptibly hut with insidious certainty the nerve centers feel the train and gradual Ily give way Time subject begins to suffer loss of appetite sleeplessness intervenes nm of flesh necessarily re stilts and a whole train of evils fol lows in rapid sequence from Incom ing a burden to oneself family and friends iu going around iu a perpet ual state of nervous irritability or mel ancholia to complete collapse in bed from nervous prostration While patients will yield to med ical treatment in sumac instances time beneficial effects of sedatives or tonics art often neutralized by the patient refusing to exercise selfcontrol and in nursing the particular trouble which may be preying upon the mind When expostulated with the invari able reply is I cant help it Persons of nervous temperament and iu various stages of nervous this eats will be astonished to see how quickly the physical will respond to a determination of time mind not to yield to certain lines of familiar thought which constitute the subjects troubles They will find that the brain mummy be said to br a creature of habit in that certain lines of thought will force themselves and oftenfit certain times of the tiny more prominently as in the morning Endeavor to de velop a feeling of dont care and maintain it Once the subject deter mines to curb and control thought the brain will he found to yield to control slowly at first but surely when tIme subject persists ns much as hula or her feeble will power allow in not thinking about it To aid iu thus great fundamental cure of nervousness and nervous trou tiles travel largely conduces because as simple as it is when persons travel they have to do things they do not wihi to do entailing a change of thought consequent relaxation of strain of tIme brain cells mure or less pbysiral exercise and a change of air and MtMir Fifty per rrnt perhaps more of nervous troubles are aggravated and prolonged by remaining amid familiar surroundings anti among the immedi mute members of the family where their weaknesses often silly and foolish art coddled and humored until the subject llellevs himself or herself mIca peratelyI ill or finally develops a real diseaseIf nervous people who have not reached this stage only knew what a nuisance they are and how readily their irritability would disappear if they would hold themselves up to their irrespective vision determine to con trol themselves and not allow their whims habits or snappy tempers to control them they would become pret tier antI stouter women and stronger and better men They would find that selfcontrol iis a habit as it become a habit for women to nag fret or short temper and for a man to feel that is ItitOne mutt persevere in the self control cure for nervousness but once the nerves are whipped into mental subjection patients gain flesh and strength und wonder how they could have been so weak The legend to IKS personshalllllri yieldUNAPPRECIATEDARBITRATION Mutual Frlritd Trlr to Itrconell- Qniirrrllnjt Lovers anil IB Mnnelclied Hull The lovers had quarreled IIguindlePerhaps youll give me back my ring he retorted scornfully I wouldnt wear your old ring for a thousand dollars she asserted This is the end he said Wait a minute interrupted tho mutual friend Dont forget that these are the days of arbitration so lets arbitrate this affair lies entirely in the wrong she insisted Its all her fault he replied Well lets have a statement of the case from each side said tho mutual friend The girl thought it over and her face grew reel If I tried to put it in words she said to herself Id be posing as a little fool- Somehow her grievance vasnt tangible sny the Buffalo Newt The youth thought it over and he began to feel uncomfortable Id be a jackass to tr yto explain this thing to a coldblooded mortal he said to himself Well lets hear what it is said the mutual friend Nothing said the youth Not a thing said the girland Id like to know what business it ii of yours anyway- If r you annoy my fiancee any more said the youth Ill break GracieYourcsaid the girl Go away cant you they both said to the mutual friend Batter Pudding Two cups of flour two cups of milk four eggs onequarter teaspoon of salt Beat eggs very light add milk and salt to yolks pour In a mold and team two hours Eat with crela- Qcr2itoP Qw1tt iIi t J THE nASON lve often sat here and wondered Whatever the reason could be That ro matter how naughty Ive been to her- ManmmaeaiwayssOrOOdtome rToday when my very best doll tore bin frock 1 punIshed that child most f v rely And locked her up In a cold dark Tours Till she should repent slnctrely Dut after Id turrid thckty In the lock I fIll so unhappy nrc sorry and sad That 1 Just had to brlcjt herrlght out again For 1 loved her though she was ro bad Then It conic to me all In a mlnutt As I rocked my dolt on my krci That mamma Is only a great tile girl And her v ry but dolly Is me Boston Watchman GOOD HAZING STORY Night Expedition of SonJiomorn Had It Illrurd PnrpMcand U With out a Parallel The Lest hazing story of recent years is now going the rounds of the press credited to Frank Hinkey Yale 94 the famous left erie of Giu Elis football team of that year It happened he remarked in 18Ji Some sophomores noticed that two poor country boys bad I gun their housekeeping ilia room on the ground floor of one of the college ItalIc with a miserable apology for a bed no carpet no table anti only two chairs as the sum total of titer outfit They proposed to board themselves hut had only a few dol lars fur their food during the term They exacted liiiziug and were not disappointed One night the trembling youths were summoned Iuya sophomore who was not overcourtcous to go to a room upstairs They obeyed Iub with fear They were detained about an hour but were onlyI quizzed by the circle of students iu the room They then were released IIntering their own apartment they were dan j iled by u new carpet a tasteful bdIjI stead fully equipped a study table easy chums a handsome drop lamp a bookcase partlyI filled with books a stove pictures on the walls rug etc while in n closet were enough provisions to last n week That declared Hinkey iu closing was hazing to a blessedl purpose but alas I fear it his no parallel WRITE YOUR OPINION Xnr Winter Evening Camr for Girl Which AfToriU IliuiheU of Fun If Praiirrly Condncteil New gaines tile thins tlmmut tarry boy null girl is looking for toad not only games t limit you hat never playrd yourself hut games that nut ninny other ponplc linvp playrd tithtr there is our that might to suit u good ninny of you It iis iilaytil ionietliing tIme wny ccinsecunnies iis jilaytd that iis with paper and pencilI Kach per son iis given a piece of paper amid a pencil and is toM to write her opinion of somebody one whom every out who is playing the game knows if possible This opinion need not be elaborate or long You netd only say The perMin I am telling my opinion of isnummh then juvt put- down a few adjectives Mich as jolly pretty wittf lazy inventive and EOII I I I WRITE YOUR OPINIONS- on making the mas long as you please You must have at least three descrip the adjectives Do not put either your name or that i f the person you are writing about on the paper but when you have fin i thai foldypjir pa per so that what you have written cannot be seen und pass it to your lefthand neighbor who in turn pauses hers on On the new paper you hunt had pasted you without looking at what is written write the name of the pertoil you think that your righthand neighbor would have been most likely to describe and then when every one has done this put all the slips of pa per in a pile in the center and in turn each draw one out saying Thus it thought to be the opinion of and then read the name on the paper Opru it and read the opinion If it happens to be the opii ion you wrote put it back without rem ding nloud and take another When you hue mud it you hoe the privilege of making one guess as to whon the opinion is really intended for a d if you guess right the one who wr lie It must acknowledge it nnd say whether right ir wrong antI if righ pay n forfeit Each one rends one of the opinions afVd has the privilege of one guess After Stint Iis over you can redeem the rfeit Prairie Farmer flanges isv fleepSea Fish- uIt is dangerous for a fish whose nat ural home is at great depths to get out of its stratum Should it get out of iU depth there would be a sudden upward suction and the fish would be drawn to the surface and explode The interior pressure of the body counteracts the outward pressure under normal conditions and when the latter is removed there is trouble Proof of It At any rate be said ah he mailed a check toa San Franciscocredltor cant to denied that 7 am able to make a little money qllop iVBytCbi p51IIt A i Jr PIHKYS PRIFW EHCE l1 rrAe Slorr dl S PctLeausmiiWiiIk- 14Euett t IItt Is tkeWeoM WJafMTirat Thetis Most wild animals stoutly retlst all of our wellJhtentloned efforts tb bring them tii in dooryard WBJB and take to the woods again stith the first opportunity I have tamed raahjr squIrrels but sooner or litter evert one of them has escaped to the wilds I Vave never known but one wild alit inuLtbat wanted tobe domesticated flint refused to stay in the woods whoii taken there nndi this was n little possum named from the color of his lung utuse Pinky He was one cf a family of nine that I caught several springs ago audfurried home In the course of a few weeks his brothers and sisters were adopted by admiring friends but Pink because he was the runt und looked very sorry anti forlorn was not chosen He was left with me I kept him for hula mother vaa dead and feEl hire on milk until te caught up to the size of the biggea motherfed possum of his age in the wood Then I took him down to th old stump in the brierpatch when he was born and left him to shift for himself Iteing thrown into a brierpatch was exactlyI what tickled Brer nrbe TUB STUMP IN THE BRIER PATCH Ihif half tn death and anyone would have supposed that being put grnily down in his home brierpatch would lam tickled this little possum still more Nott he I went home and for got him limit the next morning when breakfast was preparing what should we see but link curled up I in the feather cushion of the kitchen settee fast asleep lie humid found his way back during the night had climbed in through time trough of the puui bux and hall gone to sleep HI tic ret of the family lie gaped aid smiled and looked about him when awakened al together at home but r aJljoIllr prised that morning had come HO soon He took his saucer of milk under the stove as if nothing had happened Vc had imatlmm good many possums crous lizards and tIme like so iu pitc of this winsome show nf con ideate and affection Pink was borne away once more to the briers He dill not creep in by the puinHbo ttrough that night Nothing was seen of him nail he passed quickly out of tour minds Two or three days after this I was crossing the back yard and stopped to pick up a big cala bashgourd that had hen on the woodpile I had cut a round hole somewhat larger than a silver dol lar in the gourd intending to faster it up fur the bluebirds to nest in IIt ought to have been as light as so much air almost but instead it was heavy the children hind tilted it with sand no doubt I turned it over anti peeked into the hole and lo ther was Pink lJurelCII Hut thats just like him always a puzzle He is must stupidly wise 01 most wisely stupid And what became of him then My heart smites me whenever I think of it I took him back again to ths woods tilt third time and again he returned hut blundered into a neigh lairs ardIIIIaml a little later hr was drawsiupin a bucket of water from the bottom of that ncighbiprV I well still asleep only lliry could ShalPinAlhIHe KlKhU lions Lion Archie K Luedcr a wellknown ath lete of the chtuum of 00 at Cornell mind who is now stationed in equatorial Africa near St lorn recently hail a handtohand battle with a huge Af rican lion in which some of the tilings Lueder lea lJed on the Cornell grirlircn came into play Juedand a man nCireu Smith were out surveying when unexpectedly a big lion iTprang from the jungle The rifles which they carried were of Mnall caliber and the lion paid no heed to the shots tired at him Finally the beftt 1Jrcng upon Lueder who thrust the muzzle of the rifle in the lions mouth while his companion was attIc to dispatch the lion by shoot ing the animal through the heart Lueiler was terribly lacerated by the lions claws and has ju t gathered strength to write his brother t A lucder now also a Cprntll football player Lamps l hat Talk or Sin Electric lamps can not only bema to talk but alto to sing An ordinary mire light mum be made to produce sound by placing the arc in the circuit of a telephone instead of the ordinary receiver or instead of the ordinary transmitter In either of these posi tions it will pronounce words which can be heard distinctly at a consider I able distance It naturally follows also that the electric arc can be util- Ized as the receiver and also as the transmitter of the telephone Remarkable FUnt rowlh Some tropical plants can really be seen to grow An eminent scientist rtho has been making measurements in the botanical gardens st Unit CD zorg Java records a growth in a bamboo of 17 inches iu n tingle dtay ABolEcr liathl3owaR abhorred to add eight incheijto Us lJil daily for 38 days while two other grey four- Mlf steadily f9r G fJ ro r ir 5- t 1t i 1ul OifiUsa CAIIfCltotow trial bout fioatfu Kldaej Fills and thrtk you Tery much thotfitelghtlagoldhelped him to much that I bought two boxes They hire dose him more good thaa the doc BrlghtDlseuoiraa green and his back nearly killed JaIIfowho la nearly welL Llure live othercaa frhom t hate advised to write you as I would like to convince them of the merits of Joaai KUlaeIPillLJInLuHniTUrttreet Oakland CaL u 4 NEW OBXXUO LiIUke pleasure la cos gratnl ttegyos oa your D arKtteey Fills J rece1nd and bled Ute sample and then pur chased ft box of C L buck Co Ltd I matt say I hive been cured of dizziness by them and hue not had the slightest an of this socalled vertigo slnco the we of Deans Kfteey Pills I will recommend Urn to a asnTethersTko LksWAdFfNM fllzxlnew ud kidney complaint It is true Since using the pills every one I meet remarks toryourtreefreitoa dl filaatter New Orleans La II ConstiDaIiiA dropsy JI Mulls Crap Tmiio CUreS CoMtlpatien II 11When the sewer of a city stopped up the refuse backi Ito the streets where it decays and rots spreading disease heAlth will restore flesh and blood As laxative action t5 immediate and and MdT Crae Tonk b gwaMesd meaty matel1lie Bock Island EL for hare bottle Lii se reguhir ItJI4 bottes for 61 CM zTHE THEATER TALKER Aa iuioierableNnLuauee Qtmlekiy- ad44e4lyaupprad1by 11t lie 5j The hud teen reading Rolfe anna oUlI1cthiogwas nothing that they knew which everybody within half dozen rows did not bear about for among the three of theta man and two women there were such capacities for superfluous converta lion as are met with nowhere except in theater says the Jfew York Mail n1I EXlrCpIbrufdand ra around them ached tliy told one another that Arlpnv was much better done than Brntof thAt Portia wouIdcolmieton minute in the garden scene that Cajca was supposed lobe a grail old Roman that Caesar ually did have lilthink- of Ill that U1 pity timm in a whit pcr that shiverfd far down theJjIle and nltnter d Jlmtv man ovrtebrae Roman ladies didnt wear corsets So on ad nauseam At last the ghott and the distraught ftrnttie met and there was a thrilled tii dance in all the crowded haute save in Tow Q where strident voice complained I cant hear word the chost says Wy doesnt he sneak louder A behind the querulous di tnrber quite besc himself with rage leaned for ward and wM tone u conrteomly iavet u the finn of honey bee Perliap the ehott It and does not like to annoy people Vtiehof course was very rode fionsh it did fill many heart with an unholy joy intentionllilydli deViseIndlatapoh 1 AgetaNeP rIltAs similating UteFood andBeguIa l iheStoaacbsawlBovrelsof PromotesDigestioncbeerfuJ nessandRestConlainsneiUrOpaurnMorplthte WOT NARC OTIC JImiseuiErJmm ErJmmd5 MM vyvpV fifi Aperfccl Remedy forConslipa TlonSourStomachDiarr1xa WormsConvulskMisFcvErish ness ondLoss OF SLEEP PacSiroilc Signature or NEW YoRK LoFPPJ WlolaSlimbs and sign Tanith JT brickementpsiagbUngijiKidney j sleephheadache tFRcAsANDvouwii5 f DOW Kidney iiIs I tUrntrWIINs IlrotI I tftce StateI aCat1XUbUna Co utrat T 1 willI flUndermine Your Health becomes II entirefityAusame way when the bowels fail to work The undigested food backs into the system and there it rota and decays From this rnassthebioodeapsupahltbedlspease them to every tiuueonst as the water works everyhouselike this is to cure the constipation file autl the ord1nar7 cathartfcs wiU do no good MULLS GRAPE TONIG to aoIs4Nd fmK tmtolaxathft which permanently cures the affliction The tonic properties contained in the grape eo into every afflicted tissue and creates and n quickly lost IIltreDgtb nafeial its or to Uyktau duts M dldaOiH a a a a in n i a a man in a a penjlem n =r SHE WAS AHEAD Whe 14 ceo to Orlames4ai Letters OB PekaK lice PaSkerthadaTheir tlralrn An nplown reader tellof tberakmade by a little tot of time family whoa one ofa party of little girls at a recent ttrawberry festival in the vi cinitf of her horns She had been val iantly boasting of the manifold advan tage of belonging to her family and had managed to hold her own against the vainglorious and ingenuous dUcoann or her companion relates the Philadelphia Times They had gone from clothes to personal appearance then to interior for ni lurg then to tIme number of toat of coal consumed in the hQme of each during the last winter and finally brought up at parental dignity The Iminifter little prl boasted Every pacVaee that tomes for nay papa iis marked D P An every packace that cornea for rnT I papa ii4 marked M Dretorle4 Ittt daughter hood olIt pbyici n of the neighbor Then came a fine snort m ennfemnt from tIme heroine of this anecdote Han she exclaimed Every package thai comes to our hcu e u marked C O D There now 2000 Years Old A lawyer and a doctor were rooTers profeitmodocenyer answered Xo it iis yours which does I thst The anecdote iis 2000 yean old j raid Dr Keen and is reputed to be the parent of all the myriad Qf medical uto i dotes that now exist I IIt is more difficult for a man to behave adaereityifochefoiacacld I Never take your troubles to bed with you United irabvterun CASTORI For Infantsand IdreL Tie Kiad Yo tlive Always Bought BearsthpSignatur Signaturof 4 In 0Use For Over i Thirty Year- sCASTORIA YMS ecllTaUllr J Take off your hat to an OLD FRIEND SixtYjrears of faithftd service spent in successfully fighting the ailiestaof U and BEAST justly entitles Mexican Mustang Liniment to A GRAND DIAMOND JUBILEE b- It J was the STANDARD LINIMENT two geaeraticfls ago It Ili tile STM PAP LINIMENT ofthe pretest generation I-I1- U Iii If OIf fM 111 ta 1 11- i I k fjRTUBS OF THE ESKIMO DOG t ill lianatI 8erraat aai Fax Rt rre to tke People af ta ij From Harlh Of the Eskimo dog I could write a t In all probability descended MB the wolf it iiI the Eskimo one igtJHtc animal but ic of as much filM to him as all the domesticated lifcals of more faore4 races put toiler writes Commander Robert E dragsImjoin place to place hauls to his door ike meat of seals or walrus leads hiaa with unerring scent to the tiny orl tee in the snow which indicates the Vrtatbing hole of a seal drags him rIfor milk in pursuit of the bear and floslly brings the huge brute to bay rounds up the muskoxen till his mas ten can come up for the kill and then perchance in the darkness of some long winter night when the hand of hanger grips the settlement relent lesly he yields up his life to feed tU muter and his family and his coat to keep them warm Though mixed now with othei strains so that black and reddlh and spotted dogs arl to be seen as well M the pureblooded grays and whites HtU animal still retains to a large degree the strength endurance and fierce met for blood when in pursuit of pOle that characterizes Its wild ancestor Combined with these trait te an intelligence and faithfulness that make many of these animals the peer of any of their more favored brothers in more genial climates ALMOST A NONDESCRIPT oftltn a Second Lleatraaat Opts Mae rled IIli SlaadlMK with SuperIor OveTs fmferm I f To the commanding officers the married second lieutenant is almost a nondescript There is never the in crest felt in the youngster there would be if he were free or without domestic entanglement From the siart they know what his trial are to be They know he has all he can do without having the attentions of high er officers directed to his struggles Theyito not take the same interest theyknowout sice cares that will interfere wifci the single interest which every com manding officer desires in the career ToplesSow to be soldiers without learning at the same time how to be husbands They think one boss Is enough for the little lieutenant The orders of one are bound to conflict with the or ders of the other The military boss will not go to the domestic boss to see that orders are carried out but the domestic boss never hesitates for s minute to go to the highest ranking general if the feels that her right ire trodden upon It is sometimes very wonderful the colossal courage of the young wife who is just learning military discipline She dares to do and to say what the older cam paigners never dream of doing or saving And that iis another block ia the carter of the infant officer Itallwar t BuIld llmgf Hotel It was learned today on the jest authority that the plans of the Pennsylvania railroad for its new r central station in the heart of Man nsttan Include the construction of a huge skyscraper hotelwhich will probably be the biggest of the many grand hostelries projected in this city Four square blocks ofcityproperty owned by the railroad company are available for this Eta tion hotel but only two of these will be utilized The SkahV CIa It II said that the shah of Persia hitt note hard cash put by than any other sovereign In his palace at TeheranI the king of kings is supposed to hive a sum estimated nt 50000000 in specie Geld Dredglac I a Jtrrr Zealand ffbtTf are now at work in the rivenof the middle island of New Zealand nt 240 dredges each costing from M000 to 70000 with the object of extracting gold from the deposits iia f U beds of streams PAINFUL PERIODS Me overcome by Lydia E PIn kaVegetable Compound W IDss Menard cured after dec Sefaflcdtolzclpltcr Lydia IL Plnklmras Vctre afterdoctors DurlagmosthensoMd in my limbs At other times I feelingwkkhtwicobird thintffclnot do mo one bit of good and L w thoroughly discouraged The is01 Canted mo to stop work but course I could not do that Ilmilly began totaID Lydia B- ikhisVegetable CompoitM fia felt betterafter taking the first ttle and after taking SIX bottles Wig entirely cured anti am BOW grateSoriLMits I MENLRECitytwfltsceaoebipeeoce- LtLy4Ia I E Plnkliams VegvfetVte wound curfts ferualo ills whf Htermeans jIt ye f Ucd r tt BAKED APPLE UMPLINGSI I applesAswishEtxdozenThat biscuitHoltcateIlaceItTakesquareLarge InThenplaceOfbutterCinnamon placeDrawtogetherPinch tspSoprotectedLestpopWhencoveredTakethroughTwIllbaklnglIalC doBakecookingTakeAnti a modest lump of butter upAddIngBet on Ice to harden more 9 Life your apples from the oven And your labor will be oer erve them hot he sauce adds flavor I bruwnIIAdds a jewel to your crown Columbu 0 Journal RULES FOR VISITORS Oarmtm nt llpue ParCl4a Have Cer ala OlillaallonM Which Should 5o Ilr rtrcled Do nut stay toif long II 1t iinicii tii break Into Use life of nny family even for a fewclnys Pay no atten tion to urging I ti tny longer how net tiuccre they serin Set a time to go vlien you arrive anti stick in it Cun form absolutely to llit koiise htiltl arrangements especially an to times of rising going to mealx and retiring Ie ready in ninplc time for all drives or other excursion Carry with you all neetletl toilet lIuIIllitIOj thnt you may not Ie obliged to mortify your list by pointing out poSKiltle Irdciencljs in the gueat room suchas u clothes brush tht article most commonly locking tlieirplanfor iia plain ttiHyou tlo not care to be en tertained all the time or to have every minute filled with amusement Be ready to suggest little plans for pleasure when you see your host a a loss to entertain you Try how well you can entcrtaiu him for aI change Turn about is fair play in visiting as well1S in everything i else thingsIfupright ly be so now Your high spirits anti evident en youllH5tTake some work with you so that when your host has to workSmay keep him in countenance by working also More good times are to be had user work thau over play anyway Do not argue or discuss debatable matters Few things leave a worse taste in the mouth Offer to pay the little incidental ex penses that will be caused now and then by your visit but merely offer do not insist upon it which wouldI be very rudeWuznans Life LINEN BOOr COVER M Sot Unix Save Ihe Volume Bat lakr a SkBbbjr Hook Look teat and Attractive Some look covers of brown linen which 1 made for my Emersons eH says and poems outlining the pansy designs in ink ban beets much ad igllforthinker is peculiarly appropriate The linen is cut according to the I A LINEN BOOK COYERII working design antI tli I book the edges should be turnedI I over anti iieatly overhauled down the corners Ona who iis skillful wi atII the brush may paint the Deiigus EiiitnUlcfor olhec books villI suggeiithemselvto the vork enr Orange Judd Farmer Lemon lathe Toilet Lemons are a necessary adjunct tc every wcmaus toilet besides their healthfulnesss which is not tube ques tioned they are also beautiticrs A teaspoonful of lemon juice in a cupfulI of warm water will remove all stains from the hands and will make tenails soft antI pliable rendering them easy to polish I In Case of Frost Hue airlarmI stored nub gently the affected part I with snow in a cold room and make applications of ice water The CrlMci Ida They say it was u ease of love at first sight with him jlaj What a pity he wasnt a medi m und could have taken a cecond tight Chicago Daily Xews i Tiled ami the j Mrs Loveydovey Matronii never express a wish t bat I dim not knu Ir I4rs Cuttingvreetly That wlftre a I you sure clever Judge j1 1PrnWed II lI I h1ast1c i h11 lIitllrmrUa tJ k I4cc1I V- 1i i f =ill f flifDi I Gn mad tiaI4Ie of Wlaca1 Are ma life Pattesi IA governors wife of practical pur poses and whose charaeterjireaeatuf i many unusual features in Belle Cuts La Foliettc matron of the executive mansion of the state of Wisconsin age1llthcri linked with his both in the practice of law and in his official and politicalI career in manner most unique She became acquainted with KobertM Lait Foliettc the present governor while the two were students in the college of letters and science of the University thclater departmentInyear high honors in oratory Miss Case woni MRS ROBERT M LA FOLLETTE tile Lewis prize for the best oration in a contest of eloquence and her fu tore husband won the tlnal oratoricalI contest of the university anti later ill the spring won in the intercollegiate contest tias Case graduated from the law department of the university to years later attending the school part of the time with Mr La Follette They were married shortly after this and practiced law together Hob do log the active work before the bar lint IrbriefingYrs La Follette iis the founder olI the Madison branch of the IJmily lush op league a womans club of which physical culture ansi dress Cftl1urhtrover elalJtlratefunctionll5 only in a formal way as the wife of the governor GENUINE EGG SHAMPOO A Formal for Making a Preparation That U AtMolately Reliable mad- re to PIne Many of the compounds called cgp shampoos contain no eggs lhnregenerally stilt upiue four ounces of transparent soap hallI an ounce of carbonate of potashsiS gIJclrineThttl and mixed with water in which the carbonate of potash has already beer dissolved Heating over a fire hasten glycexIncI the composition is too firm on coolingr a little water may be added A sam purpolebeforeI Perfume may be introduced if it be wantedFor genuine egg shampoo the folI lowing formula is ytheThree fresh eggs half an ounce of spirit of soap 160 grains of carbonate of potash 130 minims of ammopia water two drops of rose oil the same amount of bergamot oil one drop ol geranium oil one of oilof bitter almonds and S7 ounces of rosewater The eggs should be well whipped and mixtd with the rosewatcr The am monia water carbonate of potash aid spirit of soap having first been combined they may be added to the other fluid The whole having beets wen stirred the perfumes sassy be added The volume of the laltrI will be so small that i gIi t i poration AccordIngI to Your Mean When people with small meaii are thrown in the way of wealthier ac quaintances always let it be with frankness Putting on airs iis detrii mental to selfrespect A great deal of misery conic to people who arc not susie to make both ends meet the effort to keep up appearances which are beyond ones income is a constant nervous strain with which no sensible person should willingly burdeii himself Much better say nt oice I cannot afford it American Queen Odor Made to Order The French industry of rsising flowers for the manufacture of per fume huts been greatly injured lh v ihe chemical odors and artificial ethereal oils produced in Germany as the latter sell at a lower price and arc hardly distinguishable froui the gntuinePowder InK for luih IIoderI I of absorbtut eotton ponder puff foi baby a morning bathI and iK de ithlr os it will be difcankd ftra frtbusUl ofuucr than a regular puff uuuld be Woiimnn Aiiri MIdout believe in early inarriMgc I dont intend to be married en til Si am over SO And I dont intend to lit over 3C until I am marne IiTiiwn TopIc Sure ThlttK Have you heard the scandal Mrs Smith MXo f havent Well then I guess there hasnt been any Chicago Alller tau Alt llrokr First Lawycsiidotui break tUc will Second lawyer Ys and the heir tooTthlcago American i1e hoii- WillIeSay t ti lnWell wlint JIMV AVilJie Ylmt titwatn of the Mi II gllJuul Nt r iUlit 455 i 1 fr t miSH ftLEGCY5t EWCWrsT A Slnsalar OldTlme Ca oia Aoag the Charehe of Loadaa mud Smaller Toima The Lion sermon recently preached at St Kathcrinc Cross church in Lcadenhall Htreet London in commemoration of the escape of QrCrllnlfact that there are quite u number of what may be called legacy ser moos in existence The citixeus of Durham hcar every year what is known as the Aoces Mon sermon It has been preached for scores of years on the day of the accession of the monarch on the throne The discourse is delivered in the cathedral ansi the preacher selected is only allowed a quarter cf uu hour for lust sermonizing For this he secures a fee of 16 guineas says the London Mail The Horticultural sermon as it is called is delivered at Stepney A benefactor of the church in the slays when Stepney was not so densely populated as it if now was desirous that the claims of horticulture should be brought before the people I AcconllngI tltts beauties of nature anti the delights of gardening and HO on is preached once every 12 month The lee is provided by a special bequest An exceedingly curious smut prob ably absolutely unique custom pre vails in a little chapel near the re mote village of llucklaud Newton in Dorchester Once a year people come from miles round to hear the annual Museum sermon preached A strange minister generally comes to preach this remarkably titled dis course which takes its name from the very peculiar circumstances un der which it is delivered Whti lie goes tutu tthe pulpit he finii on the desk in front of him several articles of various descriptions but sill of whirls sure mentioned in the Bible He does nut know what articles Ie Iis going to flintI beforehand but is required to give an extempore nS course nn the spurl of the moment on the thing which he sees bringing in allusions and pointing out lesions from tthe various Ilibllral illnstrn t ions before him It will bus seen that the preacher would be In nn extremely awkward dilemma if lie lid not know hiss JHhle well The little flngfloor i church at Downham in Lancashire possesses a unique leclnlon account of tilt Aasheton sermon Two hundred and twentytwo sermons loire becn delivered within its walls from twoitexts These two texts are lob 19l256 antI CtI 1 3 When Sir ltaph Assheton the squire of Downlmm hall died 222 years ago he left a legacy of four M unds II year Two pounds of it was to be distributed among the poor of the district The sillier two pound was to be paid end year to a iliffer cultt clergyman for preachiiig in Downham hutch from sins of these two lexis on the anniversary ofthe ftquirutrii death The terms of the lIcpioy lave heels faithfully carried flIt ever sluice GETTING THE BETTER OF MEN Women SowaUay Are ShowlnieThrlr Superiority In l he Matter of Health Either the women of the United States are growing healthier or the moil are growing less able to with stand disease says the New York World Statistics prepared by the census of lice show that the percentage of deaths among mules as compared with the percentage among females iit Increos iugAs there was a considerable decrease in the percentage of mortality in 1JIHII from that of ISJO it is probable that these interesting discoveries point to an improvement in the condition ofi women a fact that is borne out bob servation III the lat ten years women have taken to athletics with a freedom and enthusiasm probably unequalled fox centuries There has been a radical movement toward d re reform as well as a marked development toward hy gienic living Physical culture has be come popular and n greater knowledge of physiology has bell disseminated The result of tills is shown In the figures of the census ollicc During the census year ending Miiy I lUOOthere were IOIJ1 dcntllls ill tile Lnited States IIf these uoUHl wereof mates a ml 47 4S3 of females an excess of male deaths of 6412S This ifs an increase of about a tenthl ofouie per vent It iis not great it iis true but statisticians consider it xii I important indication of this curious tendency of the tiniest The excess of deaths by disease iis about half of the total Discises of thu nervous system many caused by strain stud overwork show a large increase among men whereas iieuraslhenJu among women the common form ofr female nervous trouble is indicated to be tests Heart disease dropsy and diseases of the urinary organs show consid erable Ijtcreasje among latHe The excess of male deaths by ned dents and injuries was tUJlo by sui cide t2hs by alcoholism 1955 and Itby unknown entices 2tttI 7 a total ofr oGorThe registrationrepresents about 30000001 of popular tion was 19 and the female 100 hue Crow Laud Among use great ground landlords in London the crown is one of the greatest owning properties in van OtiS parts of the capital yielding in ground rents X 460000 per annum Fifteen years ago the estates pro sluice 250000 only but many1 leases have fallen in within that tlllltIIUdI Itthe increaseil rents have berii eV nctcd for renewal fines or for new leases hue Cnrltoir hotel is a sink iiof7iiidniIiii1 site on which the hotel htunds wu held from tile crown for a ground rcrt of C763 per annum now c4 SOD yearly Jfij ft be paid London1 prei rj Jvjnt t j i yr i T rr HEALTHY WOMEN Pull Ptrvia as a Curl fir Golds and a Preventive of Catarrh Lii i MRS MJ BRINK fiRST STAGE Of CATARRH A Serious Mistake Which Thou sands Are Making The first stage of catarrh is what is commonly known as catching cold It mIr be in the head nose throat or tlung Its beginning i sometimes o severe as to cause a chill and consider able fever or it may be so slight as to not hinder a person from his usual lbusiness In perhaps a majority of eases 111thsirI no attention is paid to the first stage of catarrh and hence it iis that nearly onehalf of the people lhave chronic catarrh in tome form To neglect a cold is to invite chronic catarrh As soon as any one liseores- slnairaacp Hum Itm llannr An enterprising insurance agent indutej I Jlolic1turvci jrc ttiti a irienil III his office he vva Mirti i Itee toe Irishmin nushinl briindi uifc Nrnrly a tout cane Ye riMal he veiled inrinsine In ward Ithe agent ye wanler cheat me Fortunately the rnragrd man V4 di agentfiiendThe Irishman itruggling to get free hontcd1 rAt me git at the tnalpeen Think CT it vharein me foive Q1a an acshi dent ticket fer me an Mit jet broke her leg afallin down stairs anyhowNTisnesThe Uuiavn Square elhhini indiarTerritoryl BarkeriCflI 10Vasnanght SIfi hnei being niereia tailors in the irt of diirimulalion naturally suffer tin riluruIndianapolia SSo5iw the Cnnith DromoQuinit Wat wretehedl hifti are they obliged 10 tnllk a ue of who would support the ap i al fortune they Toy cot rieft j i 4 relbrliOll UmttO lQJUfan sic sitetliciuss fr tusii knd eoidsN W Samuel Ocean Oiove X J Feb 17 1000 Most oxj us feel that wItn we have s knuwlescda mistake ne i ire mcii thin lUIfl IOn iLJdMtasiLs News iAeeiiuMeil For Hihfl Vhai a niflanuholy chap oiir frieiid is Icrinhl V a lf married in haste mid i eIssui hug ntt Iciuusr- eKtiiit iidiMd JiTinlcl Yes he iian artist and iitiifi to his nt you wIIIc1ge AM lark Saw II Jadh41 Iin tivn years old cam mine olio Clitl y lust week crying that suother boy Itt lilt him Why didnt you hit him back be vas iiskeil r did lie answered I lilt him iaek tirstX V finiest5 A itcans Prospect MrsI Uavupp diet Dr Orthmlok I iys tlluit he believes sill people in the I liPrcafter will oontiniiu the work they I iMRan un earth I Mrs Ilighupp Thats just lovely itium t i I llidts will lie dry Kfll1l1 stores to tjo shopping in N Y Weekly Mure Tim Bnnnah Imlar I lie jury has found ouigushy of bigamy Ifave you anything O iy Iteforc I pass sentence upon youi Prisoner Well judge Ill leave it to you if liaviti two wives aint punish mOiil usoiigliN V Herald Only Inwlble ReMon Yes said the sweet young thing proiiilly Ive never been kissed by a riinu iin my life Youh ought to quit eating onions I I j iiid die old bachelor sourly Chi ciigo Tribune i A Cruel Stb- YesMiRVr Sea renyel loughs poodl- eedpsterdpy It yaw awfully par the tic She kifscd it goodby Kissed it eh Weilezwaut that llefore or after the doctors had aban Jpncd hppe Baltimore News Safelr Hived WeriI a honey bu today Uncitrapieesure unes- pidEqterJongtheytkeeawayAll Anj Kindly lefnif detpdtg2a JWa h1hmjtQ5tar 1 144y jt the flrot symptoms of catching cold he should at once begin the use of Iernnn according to directions on the bottle and the cold is sure to pasy away without leaving any bud effects Unless Ulsia done time colt Uiil most sure to cuidlim tIfie second fctage of catarrh which is making H mutiny lives miserable If Pertina was taken every time one has a cold or cough chronic catarrh would Te practically nnunknown disease Miss Elizabeth Uber No C7 Caspctt street Albany N Y writes 1 liars always dreaded imsUifd weather becaure of my extreme naliilty in eatcb cold svhsen u esiarriat Jroulle would quickly develop through rrj entire system which It would take weeks to drive away I am thankful to say that sluice I have taken IKHlXVI do not have any reason to dread this anymore If I have been at alt cxpotctj to the damp wet or cold weather 1 takst a dose or two of PERUNA nmllt t rowl out any hint of ylrkners from my 5tero Slits Elizabeth Lber- Ilr M J Brink Xo 829 Jllchlgnn annul St Joseph Minis writes Thl past winter during the wet nnd cold weather I caught a udden and evf re cold which develop a catarrhal condition through my entire syjitm and so affected mr general health stat I wa completely hYS1eriralI PERfNA 1 derided to try It After I had taken but three bottler I found myself In fine healthMN M J Brnk Sibyl A Hadley =S Main street Hur tine ton ind wrUer Last winter after get tinS my feet wet T began to cough which Rrndualy grew worse until my throat was sore and raw Ordinary remdif dId not help me and cough rcmriiPs nauseated me Reading en advercrrent of who I PE RlNA could do I decided to tryab- oticABSOLIJTE i SECURITY I I Cenuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must lear Signature of I IdI 5M FacStaUto Wiapper Belonw I IIIT I ICaI j j j CARTEfSIWR PI t Faa KEAIANL- FR iimwus rn IIUHSRESS FIR Tlini LIVER FIR CINSTIPATIOR FUULLIWUINFfl =Ia Mvw5115510w cuRl liCk HLADACIIE II I I I I I I I YOU SATISFIEI 1 AlE you CoUrtlY satisfied with the roodi you bur and with the prices that you pall Over eOOQ000 people are trading with nt lUllS getting theIr goods at vtiiltiaU friitt Our IOODpage catalosna will be tent oareMlptof IScenU It tells the story I ClUCAGQ The house that tells the truth DONT TOBACCOSPIT ud SMOKE utewaylllToeaI t Mt17 be midS welt stroag magaetk emm 4IAOthattea pounds ia tea days Own StBUmlicared All dnuwat L Cure guaranteed Book STliItIlNGUXGY etV s Miss SARA MCGAIIANjj and you can Imagine hoW glad 1 felt wisest It bewail to relieve me in a very short time In less than two wedI I was completely curedSibyl A Iladlcy Miss Sarah McGahaii No 1ST 3d trlf1IAlbany X Y writes A HW months ago I suffered with a se nothlnfjmy eyes became Irritated and feverish Nothing seemed right and I I tasted good I took PERUNA and gll two weeks I was ptrfectly weliSarab McGahanIf 1 safrisfactoryruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will lie glad to give you his val uable advice gratis Address Dr Hnrtinan President of The Hartman Sanitarium ColumbusO is III Via Dubuque Waterloo and Albert Lea II- II Fast Vestibule Night train with through f- II Clnn Car nffKt Ihni rarnr1 Free Reclining Chair Car Dining Car Service en route Tickets ol agents of I C R Rand P connecting lines A H HANSON 0 r AM CHICAGO WESTERN CANADA ORAIN OROWiNU MIXED FARMtNO rnc nFUm WHY unor g1I Is1 1ii us = lr lJItgrbDO er 5 ItloaIfbetler It rDenlono to poid err bushel ii as Jail a alaadar4 as H- psundain the East Area tisder crop In Weatern CdlIOS7SKIO Arm Yield 1008 117082754 IJBbel HOMESTEAD LANDS OF 160 ACRES FREE the only barge for which 1810 for usattos entry Abundinceof waSerand fuel cheap bnildlnc nu tertil sasS grs for taoiure and hay afertllttoU Btumdeot rainfall an animate Mvlo anausrepil- ansi adequate seaton of IInlwll Scud io tbefoliow 1111 for aa A tin and oiber tltvraiare sad also for certiacaie gising YOII rrdsicfsi frrlgunad paueugsr Fairs PK pprl eml o or iotmlffuUfm OttMvm Canada or II M WIlLIAMS ItoomsC- Ij w miSS ToledoObioi JCDcsitooinLHgFour usda lsxdlaoapolia lad Osnadisa UOrSsS tau ACeDlL FREE TO WOMENprove the healIng and eroC PaxtlnaAutlMplIe we wiUtII18io large trial packac book of instruction rice This iis 1110 rsample butal rc enough to coavln9 of its value Women over the untny am Paxtinfor mohat is- II done In local meat uncut of female Ills cur lug aB Inflammation md discharges wonderful u a cleansine vaginal douche for sore throat nasal catarrh as a mouth wash and 10 rejnoro tartar And whiten toe teeth Send todfy a postal card will do hr druggIsts or seat pot paid hr as SO rl larxc iMiz Satlfacla aTaiaatcc THi K pAXroNcuOtCiubuv uF iJ LIVE STOCK AMD- MISCELLANEOUS Electrotypes w IN GREAT VAUIBTV FOR SALE AT THB LOWEST PRICES MY- A N KELLOGG NEWSPAVf CO 335 West Fifth Strut CtactaMt t i I rAT urOT CASH rOH T Z LAND WARRANTSaiUOfd to toIdle ot saJ war Also SoIGlnaAd tIuam Uomest4 btl writ go at one gSAIfw U jtisMitPOBoxitlieaverCo1 DROPSD1SCOVZY yse I iwo jtt MK tntlmonllicxi 18 rreib s II 8U lOll a e ULdTJi A N KE 198S t WMKf WKITIXB TO AJtVEJCpMCM pleas state bat JOB saW tW MssrWsr M sIaispsPws 41 1 4 us- a z A r iiiir Wiiiii1it ftIgAQJLAWI 7t Impaired Digestion May not be all that Is meant by dupeptta now bet It will be If neglected Tnetmeaalness after eating fits of nerv OIlS headache sourness of the stomach and disagreeable belching may not be very bad Bow but they win be It the stomach Is coffered to grow weaker Dyspepsia Is such a miserable disease that the tendency to It should be given early attention Ibis Is completely over i 4 como b- yHoods Sarsaparillat which strengthens thewboledlgesUve Intern HAZEL GREEN KY t THURSDAY March 5 1908 a Ollie Arnett who livedabove Lee City died of typhoid fever on Thursday last Born to the wife of John Prater S of Neola a ninepound boy Dr Nickell of this place officiating 4 i THE BEST medicine you can take rid yourself of humors and clear your complexion is Hoods Sar saparillaIts also THE CHEAPEST I beenIf iUneA8fi I down town Tuesday it tl Rev Mr Bussabarger pastor of r placeri i eveningJohn Davis was taken suddenly 3 3illwith pains in the head yester If day morning and suffered so from the light that his room had to be i darkened ji The Frenchburg News of last week announced that Robt Kash i of McCausey has typhoid fever which his many friends here re gret to hear- Married Sunday March 1 at the residence of Thos Lee on Grassy I Morgan county Curtis Pieratt and MLs Minnie Wallis Rev Dr GM iofficiatingiGeorge Cannoy removed from Mariba to the house recently vacated by Dr Waldeck and family 1 1Inour town and is a fullfledged citizen of Hazel Green Herald Henry the son of Mrs Julia Jackson by a former marriage I has the thanks of the editor t I i t and his better seveneighths for a mess of greasy grit beans Mrs Dr F M Thomas of West 1 visiting her sisters 1Mesdamese Taylor Johnson and Q C Daniel the first of the week i i but returned home Tuesday l lr rTheregular monthly services of Vtho M E church south were held in the Presbyterian church Satur day night and Sunday the pastor 1Rev Wm Tyler officiating i l The families of Frank Oakley t aanda man named Ingram passed through here Tuesday morning en t route from Bath county to Lee City where they will permanently locate i t raisedtjj rainGi i t 1aultedbut she was away out of her t banks at this place The Methodist church at this place is now protected with a new shingle roof George Rice super r i intended the work and was assist ed by three or four others whose t tnameswe did not learn J Jff I I tjV r t CASTORIAFarI F h hI IId VII Men AlwlJlU jif Btgaatw of Irj4 1 I JlThe revival meeting at Laurel church conducted by Rev Barney I Blankenship and others closed on conversionsrt J Large crowds attended the meeting i notwithstanding bad weather Jonathan E Quicksall last week sold his farm 250 acres more crr1 i 1iess lying on the waters of Black water and two miles west of Ezel to the Fell Lumber Co for 2375 Mr Quicksall has not decided just what he will do stripesItpea ateIdAsk for DeWltts and take no substitute A small pill easy to buy eaiylEo 1 J take and verLL4 Early Risers arouse the sec etion and act as a tonic to tfaef liyerr- Ti wring permanently L Ti j st J mtiii Vf Jflwfc iBlMritaBM C C Hanks of Campion and Newton Townssnd of this place left Tuesday morning for Lexing ton where they yesterday morn ing purchased tickets for Moscogee Indian Territory Lum Hanks has for sometime been pushing the claims of the Wolfe county heirs to the estate of John Harper the Choctaw Indian who left an immense estate in lands and money and he is sanguine of success in establishing the validity of the claims of the Wolfe county con tingent every one of whom carries in his or her veins moreor less Choc taw Mood of tho Harper strain Mr Hanks last December took 39 claimants with him and they all registered according to the require ments Mr Townsend is also an heir and he accompanied Mr Hanks on this occasion for the purpose of filing his claim THE HERALD hopes that each and every one of the claimants may realize their fondest dreams in this mat ter and live long to enjoy their fortuneMRS L S ADAMS- Of Gaivt sr Te WuaIRSIeI eves years with WMKMM and liar fogdown palM and havbttf tried ICy era doctors and Afferent naullu wkli mo tuectM your WiRe of Ctrdul WI the GIlly tMng which helped me sad cvenfauHy cured me Itseencdto build lip the weak urtt trefthea the system red correct fcrejuUre By tired women Mrs Adams means nervous women who have disordered menses falling of the womb ovarian troubles or any of M1eYthis great women s remedy Wine of Cardui Wine of Cardui has cured thousands of cases which doctors hare failed tobenefit Wh not in to well P All drufffisU have 100 bottles For any stomach liver or bowel disor BlackDraughtaho hsdsta tea x WINEoCARDUI CAMPTON +COURIER J F Vansantwentto Lexington and other points Monday on oil and gas business A F Byrd commonwealths attorney went to Jackson Monday to attend circuit court M FHorton of Boxer was here Monday attending county court which convened here Monday inIhis town property to ye editor RevJ H Pence and familywho have been on a protracted visit to relatives at Frankfort and Row land have returned home T B Hanks who recently sold to A T Combs Iqst week moved to Hall hollow on the farm of A F Byrd and J H Stamper Jr Mrs Elizabeth Tntt mother of County Clerk Tutt is confined in the pesthouse with the smallpox This is the only case now in town At the court house on the night of the 14th there will be an old time fiddlers contest The prizes consist of 10 The first best will receive 5 the second 3 and the third 2 All of the fiddlers of parIticipatewill be selected by the parties contesting for the prizes and will be fair and impartial Lost Rig Nerve Those who climb mountains frequently find the dizzy depths too much for them and lose their nerve Such is also the experience of those who neglect their stomachs or bow els Self preservation demand Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gentle but thorough Only 25c at J T Days Hazel Qreen and 8 S Combs Sons Campton drug gistiAi Old CitizM QtBa Phil Little of Lacy creek one oTtEfreldaat citizens of the county and the father of quite a large family diedi Fridaynight and was buried Saturday He Leer 00 years of age and iLfatkerofll cl drrii E3fTMb- t r o A XAY61a Jrir aTJtAT BY BAM WILIjeX J ft alt ttfeefttfy i+ erMB A km MTV pray II lea ksew tla excl Heats talib Yeas Mart aha ea tthta way We need Hila the kMiMM Tkte k Miltie er tmm Ye watt airtat te see at ewe Tf ne BeraU ef lead free M M Y etaee yn tomr ef eae tla irabWp tat M Jtmr Dar leekiH ler a Mb- east IM vas here aeeve A RllWtOIe Cut One of the most remarkable caeca of a cold deepseated on the lung causing pneumonia is that of Mr Gertrude E Fenner Marion lad who was entirely cured by the we of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I rundown in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I usedOneMinnteCough Cure Four bottlet of this won derful remedy oared me entirely of the cough strengthened my lungs and restored me to my nor mal weight health and strength Cal kvis Fatally Mel At Pryors sawmill on the hud of Stillwater Friday night last Martha Banks shot Cal Davis in the back inflicting a wound that iIs thought to be fatal From the reports it seems that Davis had been the womans lover but she had thrown hint over for a man named Brewer and Davit started to leave when the woman fired the shot She made her escape but was arrested Sunday Later Davit died at 3 oclock Tuesday morning and on Wednes the Banks woman who has been in jail since her arrest on Sunday was arraigned for trial before the county judge J W Congleton and the trial put off to Friday The Pit TUckMi But that has nothing to do with the fact that there is not A better salve on earth than Bucklent Ar nica Salve Itt a reliable cure for burns bruises cuts corns sores and salt rheum Tried and tested and proved infallible for piles Only 25c Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs dt Sous Campton druggists Dleeiy Fight li Jecckui Special Correspondence of TUB IiuAwj JACKSON KY March 2 Editor HERALD Jackson was- the scene of a bloody fight today at about 1 oclock p m Hiram Hayes and Joe C Little engaged in a difficulty and as a result Little is mortally wounded and Hays has a flesh wound in the arm Little is now believed to be dyibg They were in the court house yard when a quarrel was raised aud Before the difficulty could be fully apprehended it ended with the above results MACK FRYE Proverbs II When the butter wont come put a penny In the churn is an old time dairy proverb It often seems to work though no one has ever toldwhy When mothers are worried because the children do not gain strength and fleshwe say give them Scotts Emul sion It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astdnishing about it Scotts Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil withsome hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachsChildren take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children because it is so perfectly adapted to their wants For all weak and pale and thin children Scotts Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat ment ythesavptefrec Be sin atbii pteirs to- tb tam label a W Ea cbeaynhank N SCOTT ABOWNB ceel Plani St N Y JIIsrikw stMpsltla t fI- Jo 1 or f iia fhe f iDa and acquaintances of Mrs Wt Cakey will regret to read the following which iis self explanatory Tent HERALD sends sympathy and condolence FUNERAL NOTICE Died at the home of her daughter Mr J S Blimp five miles southwest of Neosho at 7 a m Feb 28 1903 Mrs Elizabeth Stam per grandmother of E C Coulter age 79 years 1 month 24 days Funeral from theChristian church NeoehoFeb24230p m Friends of the family invited Zere lieu Disturbances of strikers are not nearly so grave as art individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse un less a reliable remedy is immedi ately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the liver or kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effec tive nervine and the greatest all around medicine for run down aye tems Itdispels nervousness rheumatism and neuralgia and expels malaria germs Only 60c and satisfaction guaranteed by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs do Sons Campton druggists Arraftri M Sufey Deputy Sheriff Shilo Swango and Constable Lige Blankenship recited Martha Banks charged Fridaydigbtthe Campto jail DRlfENNERSKIDNEY Backache nAlso teErturyaaa arWtI JDUenCURE kQI yawls Seat bootie dlscoBractd Thtr la a Rn for yea If neceuarjr write Dr Fencer lie hu spent a life time curing Just such- txsesatyours AllconsultatioasPres- Bight months la bed heavy backache pale and soreness across kidneys alto rhea matlsm Other remedies failed Dr Fen sets Kidney and Backache Cure cured me completely B WATEBS Hamlet N Y Druggists 58e1L Ask for Cook BookTrte CT UITllIBlllllC8uraCoreClrcularDFredonJaMy M01Q1V COUNTY NEIL 0MAYTOWN MISSIVES 0Carl Murphy has a bad case of mumps Henry Cecil and wife passed through our town Thursday EstillClark of our town started to school at H G A lost week Claude Taylor passed through our town Saturday en route to Frenchburg J Conley is bavitg brilliant success with his singing class at the Ward schoolhouse Roy Pieratt who has been con fined to his bed for sometime with mumps is able to be out again Misses Maggie Guilders and Nannie Day were highly entertained by Mrs Lillie Chilflers Saturday night Mrs Henry Murphy of Valeria who has been ill at her mothers for sometime but was able to start home Tuesday Miss Stella Manker the bright little musician of our town is very ill Dr Center says she has symptoms of typhoid fever Miss Lizzie Hylton who is at tending school at Hazel Green Academy spent Saturday and Sun day with her parents near Ezel Misses Nannie Day Maggie Chil ders Alma Swango Inez Day and Lizzie Childers were the pleasant guests of Miss Maud Neff Sunday March 2 LUNETTE The Stwtaca Is tie Mam- A weak stomach weakens the man because It cannot transform the food he eats into nourishment Health andstrength cannot bo restored to any sick man or weak woman without first restoring health and strength tothe stomach A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired aud run down limbs and organs of the body Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses purifie sweetens and strengthens the glands and membranes of thee stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles 1ft Mitt rrCiBf tea iafrrtay lOwing to the high water ia Red river old Lacy creek no snail was received at Haael Greet Saturday ever tfee Ca ptoe route i i J iu r h I do you suppose dip into that bulk coffee before you buy it Lion Coffeei comes in sealed air tight packages no chance for handling or dirt or things to get in- Clem FrMb uA FftfruiL GirEiiMaaitkBirtMay Yesterday 18 years ago THE HERALD made its initial bow to the public Some allowed that it might run six months others did not grant it so long a life But some there were who lied confidence in the enterprise and to those is mainly due its survival to the present time It has proved its staying qualities and now is the time to subscribe Death late Decreasiif The 1900 census shows a decrease of 10 per cent in the general death rate The decline in con sumption is more marked than any other disease Many causes are attributed but it is safe to say that Dr Kings Now Discovery for consumption coughs and colds is responsible for this decline to a large extent Many a life has been saved by its use There is nothing anywhere just as good for lung and throat troubles It is positively guaranteed by J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs dt Sons Campton druggists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free Arrested ii MickigaE fr George Lyon who shot and kill ed Doc Ferguson in Morgan county on June 27 1002 and made his escape was arrested by Sheriff- S 11 Lykins and Deputy County Clerk J H Sebastian at Pontiach Mich a few days ago and is now in the West Liberty jail The total reward is 300 which Lykius and Sebastian will divide At Hose Again After an absence of some three months during which she suffered a relapse at the home of her father Peter Wills Miss Alice Wills has returned to the home of Mrs W T Caskey with whom she has lived so long Oar Cliibiif List For the next 30 days we will club THE HERALD and the follow ing papers at the price named For instance THE HERALD and 501hriceaweek 25Weekly 35Weekll 00Weekl1SUNNY SOUTH Literary 1 ff10 pages choice stories Ac JJ 25Twicea 26Oem 25wAny paper published in the United States will be furnished to our subscribers at less than publishers rates And now is the time to subscribe Tat m otiou School District No5 Well Con ty Keiticky Ai Treasurer of the above named du trio on MONDAY APRIL 6 1903 at 1 oclock pm at the court house door in Campton 1 will proceed to sell at public outcry to pay school wee due me as Treasurer the above named district for the year 1902 the land of the following named pernona situated within said district or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the tues due and coat as indicated herein The land levied on as the property of Miles Wad kins who is due 1 30 of taxes is bound Pd on the south by the laud of S LSpencer on the east by A C E iston on the west by France Drake on the north by Wm Carroll and is listed hy Mile Wadkins D B KING 32lt Treasurer Fincastle Ky +1IaZ2WG1 oS+ IIUB GraSS JiiiiS Fruit tad Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Small Fruits As everythingfor Strawberry and General Cata loguea OB request Both phones ni It MMMNjlr SIn LEXINGTON KY t J E1IIL EIL0VE I RCOAtci s i SAL F Owing to the Continued Warm Weatlur We are BADLY OVERSTOCKEDs IX OVERCOATSTHOUSANDS Of Overcoats F- ORMENANDBOYS titi- i AT COSTi AN- DRegardless of Cost come Er1llaa ana Gett Baiisisg s Louis j Gus Straus LEXINGTON IS GI EAT CLOTHING HOUSE CLARK HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechanics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed Strait In lit Theres health and strength in a bottle of pure Beer And Lexington brew has purity and quality Barley in it for food Hops for 4 tonic And just enough alcohol to t aid digestion Essential to the weak healthful for anybody A standard high grade beer Un surpassed for table use and medic inal purposes The beer that nour ishes cheers and invigorates LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY r W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep9 z Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 1 ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY 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