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TITlE HAZEL GREEN HERALDo Established March 4 1885 Made Famous lathe Btory of II Jonathan and His ComtiwtM by MaxOltell 0 EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 19 1903 NUMBER 38 SPENCER COOPER YEASOwnert Always la AdvanceI CASTORIA i For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- SignaLUre of I Injj j USBjj For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA eJITU en OILTIle 88ZBJ Greenq 011 and Gas On INCORPORATED v la now ready to do business Home office Hazel Green Ky here hall 7500 acres tf out dea cable laifli M A definite amount of the apnrtforAll stock full paid and nonassess ableFor prosident tary Wm H Cord ASJ W T CASKEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dultf ii 6niral Merckariisi- Mtf Ctwtry P- rHAS NOW ON HAND A LARGE well elected stock of Dry Goods Notion GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES BEADY MALE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS 4a at- STlm fact everything usually kept is a first clams general store Call and ex amine hit stock and bear his prices He I will treat you nicely +azaazG1 JaQe+ inss iBiseries a i Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Small Fruits As paragus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Strawberry and General Cata on request floguea phones X- H F HiiiiMyir SRI f i LEXINGTON KY w L CEVEDON EEPRESEZC- TINOGUGGERHEiMER COlM 1IRII Mn- LnCH tmG VA Headquarters west Liberty Ky I will be oa the road buttxUateiy wttk fall luw of sample Dry Goock XotiovaVWaite Goods Pants Overall sad Maws FRTHlaIag and reqaect the eSO erect ay llae before plicta ttotr enders 450lyl TIlE HERALD SniOIlCtfPEI Sifter DEMOCRATIC TICKET For R prei nUtlre Qltt DItrtdI JUDCE H F PIERATT j THERE is a letter in this paper j from Col T T Hedger addressed to the Democrats of Kentucky in which he appeals to them to vote for him for Commissioner of Agriculture at the state primary May 9th Personally we are unacquainted with Mr Hedger but everybody knows him as a galtant Democrat and the present hustling chairman of the Seventh District Democratic Committee In his official position he recently rendered Thc A Combs of Lexing ton a service that will endear himI ti every Tenth District man whoI loves to hear of the success of a mountain man wherever he may be That service was no more nor less than his personal presence atI the Lexington primary when Mr Combs was a candidate for mayor But Mr Combs was opposed by all sorts of rings and cliques known to politics in that race and but for the presence of Chairman Hedger whom the ring politi cians knew would stand no trick ery there is no telling what might have happened to our mountain boy in his race for the nomina tion for mayor of Lexington In that and in all his political and privato acts Mr Hedger has ever been square and fair He is a farmer a sober good citizen and as commissioner would render the state valuable service To the Democrats of this district we com mend consideration of his claims confident that he will be treated fairly by them Strength Comes from well digested and thoroughly as similated food HoodsSanaparllU tones the digestive organs and thus builds up the strength If you are getting run down begin taking Hoods at once Retired FTOM Pare Life So ST JOSEPH Mo Feb 28 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky I have been thinking for some time of writing and renewing my subscription to the dear old HEit ALD but have been very busy since last fall My husband Canada sold out our dear old home we loved so well and builded every thing new on another farm We have just got moved and set tled down and are very well satisfied with the change We have retired from farm life and will let those who are younger take our I places and help push onward and upwardWinter is now just breaking The first rain of the winter fell yesterday evening and last night It would likely interest you to know the price of land in this coun try It is selling very fast from 75 to 100 per acre The price we received for our old homestead 60 acrea was 100 per acre Inclosed you will find 100 for which please send THE HERALD to address below and very greatly oblige Respectfully MRS MOLLIE LITTLE South St Joseph Mo R R No1 Box 76 NOTICE All claims against the estate of Mrs Rosaline Linden deceased must be properly proven and presented to me on or before July 1 1006 or they will be barred J CESAR LINDEN Administrator Dr Center reports the birth ofI a handsome and healthy 11pound girl baby to Iwife on Ute 7tk- iiiost which makes 12 births to their union seven of wLoa are Uy8 C AyersMalaria Ague Cure has most remarkable tonic proper ties for all who live in malarial districts A neverfailing remedy for all malarial diseasesWC COL T T HEDGES Of Oeerietewi Imiouicw Bit Caidiiacy fer CeUMiiiioier of Agriculture To THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY I beg to announce to you my candidacy for the office of Com subjecttoers at the primary to be held May 9 The short time intervening before the election renders it impos sible for me to cover all of the state I desire to state that I have been for years and am now n practical and active farmer and that all of my interests are dependent upon the aminmatters pertaining to the advancement of the interests of the agri cultural classes of the state and of course in our commonwealth it is well known that the success of all other lines of business are de pendent upon the welfare of the farmers If nominated I pledge my best efforts to use the Depart ment of Agriculture in the interest of the farmers and the general wel fare of the commonwealth- I have at all times been an active and consistent Democrat I am profoundly grateful to the Demo crats of Scott county who have twice honored me with the sheriffs office without opposition in the ranks of my own party I have always been found in the thickest of the fight for Democratic princi ples both state and national I have served four years as a mem ber of the State Central Demo cratic Committee representing the Seventh Congressional District and feel that Ican point with pride to the success of the Democratic party in my district under my di rection In these times of great combinations of capital and trusts no one feels more keenly the direct results of their unjust oppression than the farmers of the country and I pledge you if nominated to use the office to resist the oppres fighting turists If you nominate me I pledge all of my energy and pnrtyinpartyHavingin business and farming you will not be placing the office in the hands of an inexperienced man and I pledge the same care to the interests of state affairs that have devoted to my personal affairs 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 can didate 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- I ask for your hearty support and encouragement and whether successful or not in my ambition to be yonr Commissioner of Agri myheartycause Democracy the only refuge for an honest and patriotic people Very sincerelyT DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK KitaCT Tremble Makes Yea Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful l teenth century discovered I after years of scientific research by Dr Kilmer the emi neat kidney and bladder specialist and Is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested in so many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur- Chase relief and has tproved so successful In every cue that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also abook telling more about SwampRoot and how to flndout If you have kidoey or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer in UsIa paper and eo8IRc1Mmtou DrKhmersSwampRootthe andblladder remedyacaltriumofthenlne regular fifty coat and 1esajaeduller slaw are a U by all good dnfgMt Dont make sal ai4ke Mat remember ollJlXeeteaertrjWUk MORGAN COUNTY NEWS 0MAYTOWN MISSIVES 0Mrs Belle Thomas is on the sick listBorn to the wife of J Oakley a girlMrs A L Dye was in our midst SaturdayMrs Howard spent Sunday with friends in our town Daisy the little daughter of Doo Murphy is very low with mumps and fever Mrs Mina Lyons of Toliver spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at this place A number of young people were highly entertained at the home of Mr Ferguson Saturday night The protracted meeting which has been in progress at Sandfield for some two weeks closed Sunday nightMarch 16 LUNETTE CAMPTON COUPIEB BEN SEWELL EDITOR VOLUME NUMBER 15 Again there is glowing pros pect for Campton and Hazel Green to get railroad There is talk of the extension of the Louisville and Atlantic whose terminus is now Walkers creek to some other point Parties representing this road were at the Combs House last weekand talked very encouraging ly on the possibility of the route via Campton Hazel Green and Helechawn and from tho latter point to Whiteport Va This route would tap the finest timber and coal lands in the state One of the routes mentioned was to go up Up per Devils creek via Holly to Jack son It does seem that the most practical route would be up Lower Devils creek to Campton coming by way of Thomas Hortons and on to Hazel Green to Westport Va If constructed on this route the Louisville and Atlantic would constitute the main trunk line to the seaboard on the Atlantic It is hoped the good citizens along the proposed line will take up the matter and lend every assistance and encouragement with view of securing the road The L and A will certainly be extended We get this from high authority e a T M Beckett the oil man with but little gas has his drilling ma chine in order and commenced sinking hole in the ground for oil on Monday on the farm of Si Cable near town This will be the first well in the county and the result of it will be looked to with more than ordinary interest a a o Junia Byrd formerly of this place who is in the Indian Terri tory is one of the heirs of the John Harper estate recently had the misfortune to get her left hand crushed in laundry machine and had to have it amputated as re sult o o o The fiddlers contest as previously announced did not come off last Saturday night owing to other arrangements bat will be sure go next Saturday night the 21st Come fiddlers with your violins well strung o Gentleman A B Cox Esqr of Boxer the defeated candidate for matrimony was in town Saturday and Sunday and from all accounts he is considering the advisability of entering the field again for mat rimony o 0 e Thomas Sewell of Boxer was here last week presumably to pay his respects to his lady friends e o Bar J H Pence pjpefched at lkinaChap4 Isat ay and flare Siisdasvnieg ftI k C- jjjjjjjjjj VVVVVVVVVVvvVVvV BELONGS H1 DEALERS IN HAZEL GREEN KY Who carry larger stock sell Roods cheaper than any other firm in town or this section Give them trial and save money I a a a a a a a Thos Sewell of Lane was in our town 00O Otis Tutt wen tOto Lexington last week to see the sights e a o J C Hurst went to Jackson last week It is Uncle Clesar now he says o 0 Uncle George W Long who has been on the sick list is able to be out again o o C C Fulks who went to Lex ington to have his eyes treated returned home last Saturday Y 0 The editor of the Campton Connor will take your to THE HERALD any time you get ready o o Ye editor A H Stamper R L Athey and others left here Monday for Frankfort to attend the Fed eral Court o o a The wife of Boone Childers was brought here Monday and tried on the charge of insanity and was or dered sent to the Eastern Asylum at Lexington o 0 T K Tutt of went to Frankfort last week to see the Beardless Governor about some important matters The gov ernor was in Tennessee o 0 o Martha Banks charged with the killing of Cal Davis on the 27th ullhad herexamining trial before Judge Congleton herelast Saturday and was bound over in the sum of 3000 which she readily gave o o o In a scramble here last Saturday between Hawk Tutt and Owen Sloan the latter was shot iu the head inflicting a flesh wound Both are stwdents of the KW A and the affair is to be regretted Ykati Ii a Name is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt fc Co of Chicago dis covered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that is a specific for piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases De Witts Salve has no equal This has given rise to numerous worth less counterfeits Ask for DeWltta the genuine A Peculiar Caw Dr Center says that Elsberry Little of Gillmore ia suffering from a peculiar form of nervous nose Suddenly one of his hand will begin to shake and the move moot become so fut that the eye cannot follow it Then tile other hand aril area has Ute same move gent ad these are followed by i f Om 0 r fOOOM 23f2 Inches 1 yearM 10 Oft s1 Inch 1 e 00 Announeementa5tatoand District 500TOWIlcandidatesprepUedis furnished same as llocals 60 a line THIS SPACE TO FPIERATTiCOI General MIIGniSl a and in a Sundayo subscription HereandThere Everything coYiiiioM uYUIWIQ LuiQEtM and Easliri Railway Time TaMe ia Effect October II 1M2 EAST BOUND Daily Sunday No 2 ex o A STATIONS II IINo4I ex t PM I IAMLre 2 3 25 10 LyeII am am 3 50 201825 am 4 06 am 4 35 pm 57 Nat 57 9 54 am- 621008am 5 4 49 11 pm pm 62 70II iJIIII 7010 29 am 6 11 pm 90 90 11 26 am iJ615 pm 94 94 11 30 am WEST BOUNDrNol n No3 Daily ex STATIONS = Dully axaSunday 1211 Sunday Ii PMArrr x I 01 6 05 pm UUI140 1Torrent Je204 439ppm c 44 4 30 pm l 8 OJ am 57 4 01 pm 7 47 am 62 3 47 pm 7 26am 15711stanton 26 pm 6 29 sm 7013 30 pm 6 2s am 25 pm 0 t L BRAMCI 0 EASTBOUND No33 a K No21 Dally ex = STATIONS Daily ex- Sanday P Sandayt 3 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 335 6 OAK Junction 6 1126 t 4 17 11 Wilhnrst 11 11 52 4 30 13 Hampton 13 1158r5 10 20 Lee City 20 12 22 5 18 22 Helechawa 22 12 28 5 45 27 Cannel City 27 12 45 PM Asa PMAHS WEST BOUND No34 a w No22 Dally ex = STATIONS if Daily ex Sunday ft Sunday 9 15 9 Jackson 2 35 910 ft OAK Junction 6 2 30 8 28 11 WBhnrt11 1 58 8 15 13 Hampton 13 1 52 7 55 20 Lee City 20 1 00 r 7 26 22 Helechawa 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City 27 1 05 AMLVB PSLLVK Not 3 and 4 make close connection for cannel City and points on Ohio sad Ken tacky RaIlway Division daily except Sea day No 1 aad 2 connect at L A E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio lor Mt Sterling pointNoconnect at BeattyrOle Jana tion with L A A for BeattyTllfe daily except Sunday J R BARB Genl Ihaaitr CHAS SCOTT Use Peas Ajjwt = ROSE DUNNING R t PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS Y AND- WACONMAKERS k r AZ2L rainr KT Invite the attention of the farmers of this vii ciaity to their im ro red facilities for HacksadthiBg and wagonmakiBg M well M repair work of all Mad A fill force of int dim neliM M iBMK pfEMptMM fas the OMttiMI ffjjall work eatntrted to tktw rimM +m ties Ii gturaateea Is all eraserNaggy baiiJIag aed wys ws oar Year y ie si all neliaftad 4id wilt M 1 4Jie t 1- J arfeV ti 4L iii jIThthALASpNR 1 nAZELGREE77 t tit KY i J My DEN 1 Ve denthat ownThataloneThoughl Thus the maid mutt let It clay i everywhereNo c armchaircDeskAnd table juch and floor t themlastPaper cutAndAshes that have missed the tray Thus Id always have my den But menrYeseeThatThat my way patience trIes 1 can gather from her sIght palrSheI can bar the serving maid I VBut my wife Is not afraid thenBook ItWoeI Is me In such a cue r EverythlngIcIntpiareVII Order doth my wife create Leaving me disconsolate r I Things are then concealed from me 2Portheyre where they ought to be plightshenElliott Flower in Chicago Dally Post f t rt hH I t HOW RAMA KiLLED t rf THE ELK I 4ByP YBLACK i + +I 44tI I I +I +I I I +I + +I tI +I I I +I II +I +I I + up the Ceylon mountain where FAR village huts crowded together Isle little naked children open mouthed and wondering chattered and udmired respectfully around the camp nod in the glow of the camp fire About it lay the doris the mat iers all young men laughing and hearty with short pipes in their teeth lIe tween their legs listening gravely Silulled the veteran hunters the leaders of the pack the wiry lowruuning clearthroated beagles Hack in the shadows with a proud disregard of the village a ud the villagers the dogboys mId the horseboys tended their charges ate their rice andtalked of the lkof the mountainsVc There were swift runners to follow Mlhe horses each with his bright shin ing hunting blade secure in its sheath tSoniccutireof tire kkiu of the panther Black and brown were their faces and their lean limbs bare from the knee with feet impervious to thorn or flint stone Suddenly from the mountain ridges Vthere rang a cry To their feet leaped the white men to their legs jumped the beagles the uttendani ceased their work and their chatter even the naked children fur got their awe anti listened It came again from the distance the bark of a great bull elk calling fur a mate The hearts of tire young men thrilled the swarthy beaters and fol lower equalled down again polishing with renewed ardor the weapons of the masters tire dogs whined restlessly in I their leashes rind the pet veterans licked tire masters faces eager then 0 nnt there by tire white moonlight to follow the chase A grand fellow by hi bark said McNaughton chief of tire hunt He hhoiiid give us a run if we can fasten I on liscPrrt tomorrow Over Malulla WI saW IIjudI 1 believe yon said another Look out furcrpppers tom rrow if we irate C run Tlioplaee is full of jungle patch es and litilci rocky streams arid dry girl iiislots of jumping Yea said McXuughtunI und dont forget that precipice where the Malulln lakeIies WI must head him off from l11anllownllal1ulla me of t iiuil years ago where the elk s took tire leap plunged into the lake und swans safely away Thee to tire wellcleaned huts of the wellpait villagers the hunters betook themselves anti the attendants rolled themselves up by the dogs arid horses and silence fell upon the i lama lay awake and aliiIII c t other servants Inma a swift runner with a proud heart now Imllle11uainedI grass sullenly watching the firelight play on tile faces of the roasters Kama was a newcomer lo McXaugh f lions tea estate Black with bright eyes straight kwifcof foot and throng I ofwristiIcNaughton hind won aDd admired him as one nOlicedIJ inire the sinews of a rival did nut work in the field long but was brought to the kennels and tcstables in and trained by the wealthy fi caryi1t5Jiama was soon l to show iris strength gunII tire chance had a frirte ji4Optb fet i i fBajoaVfirsl elk huntjmisfortunVliad I I s t 1nrltC1orlic urrivaf ut tlc can3ptlicjjiujjcr fie hauforgotteh his field gjaiie = oundII again llama was blamed The TUad even sold that llama was IW backt4jeuihestire 3bmb coblies Tlicrefflr Raniaiay In Uip dtwwet grjf adfSERKONStI Lrfot Qtuilltjr nd Merchant is- 5i London Engace In Xoyel EnterprUra In London one cars buy a ser fr ifiok tor tine dollar and for dive dol t Tonn can learn ho SiiJete Qtcen Xlwindra Tire mcichWt who dents snont has mcn3jkap ooc iii cuitVh1girIfiedosikera Nowery pttkellc otfceri 54 S I nt mired and worshiped the matter aid it Jfrhard to be thrust back bythoso r Ercud idenly gray and quickly changed to pInkfindgoId off rodethe huntsmen Behind and beside them ran the gamboling beagles On foot came beat ore horse boys dogboy and a very few bearing rifles In tire island of- spicesCeylonone must no more shoot an elk than one would shoot a fox but run him fairly down with dog and horse and the keen hunting knife to win the horns- TbeysweieweilinVthewhld Malnlla country before the sun was hot Thick ets of jungle were there and rocky brooks and gullies deep rind stony Tis somewhere here he lies twas from here we heard iris bark Ill s w car it growled McNaughton- As he spoke near by a densely tan gled thicket that no dog larger than a beagle could worry through old York the veteran of many hunt gave tongue barking ss a terrier at a rat holeAn angry roaring barkingcryl The thicket is burst on the other side and out runs the great elk with spreading humus thrown high and furiouseyes rangthe first behind him was the swift runner llama The elk went straight awayerver piountain shoulders be crossed big bowldered brooks with a rush and a bound Tie scrambled down jungle covered ravines deep arid rockyarid dashed up the other side He climbed the mountain but the veterans beaters wereaiready there with waving arms to head him off With set lipsno yelling now the horsemen followed And ever at his heels tire beagles and tire swifter deer hounds yelped and snapped Twice he plunged into deep jungle and lay in the depths panting but the eager beagles worried him out From tire second thicket he fled wearied McNaughton trail watched that thicket closely Itaek of us lien the Minima lake he condescended to explain unit hardly hind he spoken when the jungle opened and out came the wild eyedelk and charged the crowd Clears through them all he burst Young Priors horse hit1l and threw him The servants howled in dill may and scattered The elk rushed right through rind was again away Ve have lost him Head trim off lIes making straight fur the l ke aIJ Dut the ttogninra Mclnughton Cui1 loweland ns swift as a horse on that uneven stony ground ran Kama Kama tire swiftest of run acre Straight for the lake went Vthe I j JJUT ALMOST AS QUICK AS THE ELK llAMA DIVED quarry straight for the precipice where no borsu or dug could follow At the edge thin beast faltered arid turned at bay The dogs spraug ou him slid he tossed them high in the air McNaughton saw hope and leaped from his horse drawing his lung knife making ready for the dangerous attack lInt the elk suddenly turned arid leaped and a great plunge followed the leap The dogs yelped dismally on tire brink The beaters walled Itut almost as quick as the elk Kama iivtil- kNnruiglrton looked nicer theist breathless The dug boys cried out in amazement The elk was swim ming llama dived deep anti carrie upoChe elk saw hint truth swain mail Ily for him bellowing Kama hirsch Irisi mug knife in his teeth au1 dived again The elk rose high in the wa tel with n loud bellow of agony arid the lakes surface wns stained with bel deep the heart A looped rope was on tim pommel ofa saddle snd before tIme dying ani trial coulil sink Kama had it passed to him and bad slipped tho noose JudgingIhcThen the bearer cheered and chat Scrod and howled as they hauled up tilt elk and Kama McNaughton in a whirl of delight dived deep into Iris pockets and handed to Kama as sanity rupees as ho could huM in his great list Hut Kama turned away bent iris head and did not tench the money All the beaters anti servants were silent in astonishment at the efiiiaLof to much wealth but Mc Na ugh ton understood He turned to tire crowd Behold cried he in thick own 1chold J1 ray1iesyou anti chief whom I misjudged and to whom I make a gift He milled on haunts and Kama looked up and smiled arid there was peace between tlmemSt Lour GlobeDemocrat morous says the Detroit Iter Press It is it Jady1 of quality who gives instructions lit the art of smiling and she is said to have a host of pupils all of whom desire to smile like her majesty and who are assured that they COil learn the art In three lea so Another cnriottB profession Is that o al mnn who offers to sell absolutely ilaw anecdotes of the king and queen At a price ranging from SS cents 10 fwod61Iats For tlt itatnehtfclty of these anecdote heT toucker and 199ttrlo1ilill RUES OF THE DElL 9 i = tke1brTkTee or CksmtrtVli ikeTear- sad Tker Serve tJroteet the AIJi Men who go to the woods to shoot deer only In the deer seneon are apt to think that the animals are always In the dun coats in which they find them but men who live there the year around know that deer change thick color at least thrice In a year The gradations are slight but distinct and the completed results ore widely dlf ferent says the New York Sun Jnt StOW In the dead of wInter al most all the deer arc of an ashen gray with a tinge of dun Thry have the lightest hue nl present and In this re spect they arc something like the tab bits and weasels which turn while in winter As the first green of spring appears beglntodeepenAndthilldeepening pace with the outbuilding of the leaves on the trees and bushes The reason for this is not apparent as the gray winter coat of the deer would be less conspicuous in the summer green than the sharply rufous tint which they come to assume In midsummer tire deer is reddish ond in some individuals of true red This coat lasts until well intq fall be ginning to fade in October rind by the time the men with the smallbore rifles come it has turned to dun The change is later in some individuals and thus it happens that even in No ember an occasional red deer is killed There has come to be a belief among hunters that the bright red deer is apt to be stronger fatter and more valuable than its comrades of so borer coat but this is not true In deed the red individual l11ahae something the matter with it to pre vent its changhig on schedule time The law of nature which gives the more pronounced colors anti marks to the males of sjKcies holds good with Ihe deer and the trucks are redder than the does anti they never get to be so light of hue even when there is two feet of snow on the ground The red of the deer shows most prominent ly along the edges of the belly and on the legs though sometimes the hair of the neck is of a bright sorrel Possibly in giving the deer a red coat in summer nature intends merely to give the eye a handsome contrast with the dark green of the leaves arid the tire deepening of the color does very effectively thoug It makes the animal more conspicuous and therefore more easily found by its foes The winter coat comes as near to as similation with the general tone of the landscape as anything may come that hue a touch ol brown in it There is so little of brown that the effect is almost wholly pray and this takes up well with the mixture of black nod white caused by the tree trunks and leafless branches rind the snow In the fall shooting season when tine ground is carpeted with lead leaves and some of the leavesstill cling to tire twigs when the most marked colors of the woods are the scarlet of the semidenuded niiiples and IIhe light yellow of the fading tamaracks designedforwalked within 10 yards of one stud hug in the dim shaded aisles and never teen it- The deer i ia big animal to gain advantage fronts protective coloration but it clues so rind its ability to hide when it thinks that hiding would be greatThisi and is most marked in the cases of the fawns A fawn three days old if loft for a little while by its mother will stand trembling with every sense on the alert and if danger appears will squint uponitsnose pressed to earth It will remain thus in form though tire intruder pats within a yard of it ninth iit often captured because of tins fidelity to the dumb instructions that have been givers to it Nearly all fawns in CliP tivity are picked up in this way DANCE BEFORE THE VIRGIN Picturesque TimeHonored Ciutoi ql Spaniard Sanctioned by tire tope In tire great Spanish cathedral ol Seville a strange anti interesting spectacle may be seen at the Yeast of the Canonicals It is the fatuous dance before tire Virgin which caused so much comment at one time A procession of priests passes through the church to the high altar They are uniformly tall fine of figure and with intellectual faces Their robes are a rich and gorgeous pur pie and the gems of their vestments are priceless At the altar there ap pears a company of boys about 12 ycarx of age arrayed ia plumed hints rind with touches of silver brigciv ing the courtier tIres Music begins to play in slow minuet Unit arid the boys commence a stately dance It is a graceful quiet measure nnl their manner is solemn shutting the reverence with which they regard this ceremony Many years ago one of the priests announced isis belief urnS it was irreverent turret besought the pope to have it forbidden The kind father of tire Vatican knowing it was an ancient and loved custom of the church said he must see the dance in order to judge of Its char acter He summoned the little boys to Koine where they danced for him Tire pope was at a lots Finally he said that the practice might be con tinued until the costumes were worn out A wily canon who managed tine service arranged that this should not come to pass by replacing now a coat now a hat again another part of the dress So the senice still goes on in old Seville where travelers are the delighted specta andthankfultimehonored custom A Sheer Waste Deacon James Dont you think 5V vrong for your husband to go fishing on the Sabbath positiveychit key on tackle and bait cad Twurdly JW brings home more than QViiUttb It M Bfitta P1clrtV TL n ROPECLIMBING DEVICE It Conatl l3 el Clumping Jaws WhIch Hold a Matt Smpended by ills Own Weight In our Illustration Is shown a rntlirr unique device toennble fi person to climb n rope anti hold himself HUll pendcd by his own weight the linen lion being especially adapted for use in mending Maudpipcfcyaiutliifr chim neys and other work where it is difli cult to support a icairold convcnlt nt Ily This apparatus consistsi t of a pair of Waged meirterfi with foothohsat the outtr ends and a clamp near the joint composed of two tunicireular jaws which are forced ttogether by the weight of the person vhow feet are in time footholds In the employment of this device hint n single rope is CLIMBING A nors needed the upper end being securely fastened aloft nod this lower end drawn through the clamp until in po sition for time operator to insert his feet in tire stirrups and begin the ascent ISy supporting the wiiglitii with the handstand spreading the feet apart slight thtJi cart he drawn up to place the lamp in a new position when tire vriht is transferred to time clamp nrnti1 the hands secure a hold higher uJllln the rope llViV thus alternating tire vcifflit between tie clamp anil tthe haids tire climber ascends quite rapidly nnd uric the ad vantage of being able to test at any point without any more exertion than would be required to stand on the grouni Charles 1C Knnp of De troit lich is the inventor Chicago Dallv News Illoicrniihr of a Snonflnkc Under this title Mrl Arthur II Bell in Knowledge describes tire life his tory of the aerial frcst tinneril of winter In order to hve a fair start in lift a snowflake should be built up on a particle tf dust Then if it has the Tocd fortune to begin its career at the top of a cloud innnv miles above the tarlb arid to irs through many at mospheric strata iiIYriiig in thir temperature and tire amount of moist lire they contain our Miowflnke is very Ilikely fill become a notable Individual among its kind In a stratum of warm er air the little Hake crutches moisture on its tiny piculcs antI when it enters a colder stratum below the imnoisture is frozen nrundso the Hake grows In a thawing ir many lakes sometimes cohere forming disks from an inch to two or three incites across Lnlrat Forr or Srcaervc The fruit brick is the latest form of preserve It is rectangular cr disk shaped and done up in oiled tissue pa per The consistency is that of a mall gumdrop anti being composed largely of sugar thv flavor of tire fruit is retained admirably These brir will soon lie ou the market from Cali fornia A Soft AII VVT K4- rHeickiah louat are you aware that tire hairs of your head are num Ire rc4 I JoujasVus 0The Almighty would have to take to fractions jf he ever un dertook a census bf yours Harvard Lu DIllon USE OF RIGHT BAUD lt fcr 1 ff g- tpEeoIot Trlais4S7 5stlcjeigster Hee te pllilr r N5giuI4setIar- tof iCunningham pointed out how It is evident that as far back as we cam trace mnn he was preferentially right handed Thus JJrHLebmannNitch had examined the bones of prehistoric milan from southern Bavaria and had found that the clavicle and the long bones of thc igbt upper limb were dia tinctly heavier und more massive titan The cosThllTgboneei of the opposite side wthi time evidence VatOtIr dus 1ofctU goes to shor that right handed ness Iis clime to a transmitted functional prcrininriuc of the left brain and this functional preeminence was not Chap hazard acquisition winch had been picked 111 during the lifetime of the individual it rested upon some btmc1 oral foundation which transmitted from parent to offspring Modern sci encl then if vex havecorrectly inter pretedJjrof Cunningham meaning HWouItTseem to chow that there isVV distinction in nature of tIre right hand It is indubitably the one by which most delicate manual actions are per formed with one marked exception namely the fingerhg in the piny of stringed instrument which are played with a how If as Prof Cunningham in referring to the crossing of the motor impulses says it thus lime about that the left cerebral hemis phere controlled rind regulated the muscles of tIle right sidcand its func tional iiiperiority esTer the right hem isphere was indicated by the sub servient position which the left hand held withi preference to the right and tin manner in winch llmulIlIir act which require pnpflonl11cJIokl11 all the movements which specially re quired the higher guidance of thai righthunllif i IlIrdyiane of the brain iis always to far as we know performed by the left hand London Lancet I IT TEACHES SHOOTING t I huDIfleas Is Apparent ItVmnrkahly curious i in device which will interest military men It t is an apparatus for technical gun practice anti it consists of a gun support a pointer a bullseye mark au automatic clump and tripping mechanism i i1bl tupport and pointer hun uni versal joint support and mire so con I APPARATUS FOR GUX PRACTICE nvcted with each other that parallel IMII of the pointer is maintained with the deviating line of the gun tight The bullseye mark is located in tho line which the pointer occupies when I the gun iis truly sighted and there is i isjj PointIer and tire bullseyt within the I I j WhenjI tbllIlrllllris livid in rradimss for actions by means of setting devices DetroitI Free Press Tim Vmeis of Souud lu dry air sound travels 1442 feet a secondl in waiter 4000 feet and in iron 17500 feetV ILT4E SIZE OF ALASKA I I ondII pnnying chart is somewhat surprising Says George Bllolllster of the tnited States geological survey who writes on tins subject in the Popular Science Monthly When il is stud that Alnslia has finefifth the area of the whole United States one begins to inure a more intelligent conception of its size for in n general wnyVthue average Ainrrirnn rcidily forms a fairly accurate mental picture of the broad size relations of iris country Uut so great is the ex tent of thy United States and so diflicitlt is it to judge accurately of the re lations of geographicil measurements that even this is not a satisfactory cOmparison For this reason our practical knowledge would not be munch benefited were it stated that the area of Alaska iit equal to that of three RELATIVE SIZE OF ALASKA AND THE UNITED STATES and onequarter Caljfornlas or ten lowas or 127 Connecticut But if it were possible to take the whole territory of Alaska and its adjoining islands and place them upon the portion of JCorth America occupied by the United States It would be a simple thing to show exactly what the rela tions of these great possessions to our own country are Just this Iiu effect tuna been done an the accompanying illustration shows The chart was prepared by Mr Alfred II Brooks geologist of the United States ge geologicalUnited States an outline 6t Alanku Tire scale used in both instances 1U the same nnd the result Is most interesting In the map Point Barrow falls n Ihh Canadian bdrder while Mount Si1 Ellulis OB the Ohio river The strli ou which Sitka nod Juneau lie ex SujPakotiJ Vt J ri o tt- r t IP i PITY FOR TIlE tloehiihl AMG1W J Do tor TkeM o ft Snow on That Wonmas FreutVtepao ls The lady with the enameled teacup tipped and told this story She said the incident happened in Brooklyn says the New York TImes A little boy toad at the win dot watering the snow falling upon the pavement and blowing together into dust patches Aunt be said do the angels Dd tireV mow Yes dear said aunt without look ing up from her book 4 There walilfnte for awhile From I out the house acms tine way a white weptthievanttiatidaFMrDun rrefIndlwho hu a strong dms edrl1tmom Only that day she hndsent little Jack and bu chums sway front her tide ofV th itreet VJack 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iIqttbtjf- t I 1I west when tbclr crops are larger than Iheir crib room The slotting lIii made I nf unity in the and sixfoot widths amIII two ties put up ranking the ollboardsI I of slatting fastened to the Sup posts tin or six Inches from PortlngII boat which should project three feet outside the TheI rattle will pick up clean all the feed I spaeeIj When no more can be readied by thelK cattle the space around the bottom an he filled by the attendant of the stork with an iron rod sharpened and btnt into a hook at the end CHANGE IN MILKERS It Shoald Be Avoided It PIle a I II Affect the CowaTepera4- Milk YieldcThere is a great difference in the ef feet that a change of milkers will have upon tliiTcrent cows SOnIC cows will inbuilt perfectly to milking by almostt every one who approaches Item but o cow w ill milk equally well with allI person Some cows wilt dislike fear or battle nervously with orII out of five persons who try to jietn They will often refuse to yieldI their milk to any other than the wilk er to whom they are accustomed Owners of dairies cannot well overtook I this preference of the cows for certain milker It is a preference that is based on nerves and neither the cow nor the milker can control tThe cow in perfect nerve accord with the attendant will show her feelings by her actions She will lay her headI against the one whom she likes When one whom she does not like approaches her she shows her dislike by stand ing perfectly still or by turning away her head or by moving away The Hollanders and the Jersey isll ander those masters of dairying un derstand this characteristic of their eons and they mole much of their knowledge They accustom their mag ni cent cows to personal touch to the human pretence to the voice to pet ting and coddling and caressing The results are seen in the perfect animals they produce the highest ttypes of quality nod capacity known in the dairy world The dairyman should discover the tarlIntail 6uttefjfatthey will produce will depend largely upon The milkers he sends to draw their milk The point is that the cow is a nerve machine She can do her best work only when her nerves are in their normal com tion The milktr whose presence or touch or voice throws her into agita tion or fear or anger wil never be able to induce her to produce milk in the largest quantity or of the best quality Therefore the high clais row must have a milker whom she likes or ihe will fall short of her possibilities Prairie Farmer SRcar 1Ieeot Pulp for Cow A publication of the department of agriculture says Prof Thomas Shaw expresses his belief that sugar beet pulp can be fed more advan tageously to cattle and sheep that are being fattened than to doiryCOW5 The Sew York Cornell experiment sta tion however found that this material gave good results with milk cqw the dry matter solid in it being about equal in value to that in torn silage Herman experiments with heel pulp for cows have alto given good retail the flow of mIlk being maintained irii a satisfactory manner Some Danish experiments have shotvn that as com pared with mangels the butter pro duced on sugar beet pulp was about equal in quality and kept fully as welll Where large quantities of the pulp wen fed the cream required to be churned a few minutes longer Testimony fur Sptaylag At a horticultural meeting nn Illi nois fruit grower said I had a little orchard of GO trees that were ten years old und we never had secured a plum from that orchard Every I plum rotted last year and tbi year I ve apraye4 tlt wKktWI deaur mixture nnUlIaria greent and the sees that we jlfdj not aFT tijm plums all rotted jUst the Wine a they had before jn fact we rot e I dlB t lftJi tb 1 that we cCto ta- D i OU slgktsnrtemml itarx F I Jan th i iilia Mowirtow ROAD BOL It Prnd fop sTerpet aa Stat Aid Tatrar iijIlIof Sea UIwa7 Representative Brownlow of Ten nasser is taking an active interest in his bill which appropriates 20 000000 for the improvement of the public roads of the country It iis RoadaDillyears people commendable public highways The matter has been discussed frequently at good roads conventions mjtings of farm era and by organized bodies Mr Browulow said recently that in a short while there would ben good couutyInbacking he feels that there is more hops for the bill thao would be sup posed Among tho more ardent champion of the measure Is Keprr sentftire Hepburn vf Iowa one of time most influential republicans of the house The entire Maryland del egation is in favor of the bill as well as the delegations from most of the middle western statestThe bill provides for appropri ation of 20000000 for the Improvement of the roads the plan being for the state and county where the im provement is made to furnish halt the COt the general government pay lng the other half After this movement has been sue cessfully launched each congressman will have a pressure brought to bear upon him by his constituents that will be a powerful incentive to him matterIagriculturaliVQIT it goes without question and members of congress representing rural districts are already receiving appeals to vote for the bill LillIbouldI Brownlow recenlly although P re alize that the matter must be worked tip graduully Ajt muni us thecouiv try is aroused on the subject you will find that all the country people will weUknnwnIhDihUngsIcountry people not getting their shore of it About tha only incentive they have to im prove the roads iii the rural free de llivery service Thu has aided the cause considerably but other help iaI needed moneyformnrbors there is no reason whap propriatlou should not be made forr the improvement of the public high ways which are just as useful to the people Congress has spent 141000 XX for the improvement of rivers ind harbors and not a cent for the im provement of voads The rivers and h harbors bill passed at the lust sessionI of emiligress carried a total that wamI equivalent to a per capita ta of one dollar on the citieus f the UnitedI States Xo state or county or buttI combined levies such a tax on tim people Of course the improvement I of the rivers is alt right sail shouMI be undertaken but at the tame time I believe some of the money coul I be most advantageously used for the betterment of the public roads Louisville CoifrierJournal A HANDY FARM GATE Of Upeclal Yates os Farina Where It U Desirable 40 Separate Mock from Tine to Time A good boat or skipper for sledding logs can be made by using naturali crooks for runners bolting on a wide plank for nose piece and pinning o I bolting it Jjtink to tbc runyeri JTbi I I I I C HANDY GATE FOR FIELDS may be mortised into the runners as shown at Fig 1 or into a four by six inch piece bolted to runner as bqw by Fig 2 The best skippe however is made by sawed stuff The runners should be tapered in front and the bunk morticed into the bunk pieces and fitted so tightthaV the bunk Ends be pounded into place In Fig 3 IL ilith U te i runner l Ole pl ce The ol TJ ters correspond mug 2 which Isn tectIouaIitif he lkippe j EJlI- cDonald I in ohio Farmer tnde Sana Protect Uorae The United States jpycrnmeut has taken measuresJlo protect the horses used onA0 rural1 dcllvcrj routes and Lbptheradopted a ncV section in the po vhons for contracta requiring cta trert9ra DndlJ1rhcrs tu keeii the Corses they usej in good condition The order will affect 1 JOUO hone s used onrgovernmenVcontfcijt u flSnne mlwest11treatmentbe considered cause for imposing n fine on the contractor or requiring the dismissal of the driver Uostou Budget 41ala1I0flm0ideC silos W P Crooks of Massachusetts is of the opinion that there cannot be any rood argument advanced against paint lag the outside of framed silos but I in Tfautgtt0wuTf Z1tIBgu tkdnu liIIlltedta I- JH n t t9 sucbfl5n exteuttbat ilm paint can Hi e ec1fl ttllkeeisthe- coaeL 1i 1 The- ieeaiS lr1n aec Te iDgbe la A cost of ctaJ tar wlIcb w- iratt t oilradah10- tdto XC 1 nfl f M t Ut W L t ST1uErCAR COKQUEST I A Srmbb Wemaii Get wltai skDe errni liroen 4 Monitalaon Black Wt han She was good looking nnd gray haired nail she sat squarein the middle of a double heat in a crowded Third avenue cltThe passengers were standing too closely packed to heed the conductors perfunctory Move up front please- A little woman turned toward the selfish woman as thecar gave nn unu sually drunken lurcharid soltltiiuidlv- Is this seat taken The selfish woman looked iignoringly out of time window relates the New York Herald A man with a chili in imis arms next ventured He did not ask anything about it but calinly seated bimsclf on the ragged edge of nothing which was all the Fpace left by the selfish woman The car humped the baby against the persons standing in the aisle and the father braced himself for a hard push against the other occupant of the seatOBut she braced back When the man got off the car the woman gave a malicious smile of tri unrph at the public but it was a smile which quickly froze around the edgesI ill it curled up into n grimace of painh and disgust for at that moment 300fpounds of black flesh plumped itself with ponderous precipitancy not be side but on top of her who had luSh erto held her vantage against all com ers Sense me mum panted a thick voice from above but hit pears ternme youve bed1 dis seat teryoVef bout long nough And when the selfish woman got back awayliterallyflounced out of the seat and held to a strop the ret of the way amid the smiles of the passengers As she gut off the car she was heard to remark with nose in the air something about Such pigs as were allowed on the cars ju the north in the south it wouldnt be Then the conductor rang time Starting hell while the man in the cur ncr who had given the negro woman Ii quarter to perform her little coup grinned and remarked to his shaking companion 0 wad some power the glftie gie us tae see oiirselV as ithera see us HOW HE SET A NEW FASHION Mapped Cp BU Liquor Silting admtime Bar and II Ilrrn- PupoUr Wluu 1 was III Arizona last win t rblgau the man whose anxioiu friends thought his lungs were gone year ago anti sent him west srys tlit New York Tribune When you were in Ariona last win ter interrupted a friend you knnio piliingYou are slightly mixed as to tribes Saul the man who was not a lunger and besides tat yelling busmen i janother story What I wanted to tell you about was that 1 iinciin eioiisly MM a new drinking fashion in Tiieon And what was that1 demanded tin chorus Why I gut a high stool from Itue thelurpheexplained8Vouldcome in rest their elbows on the heir and look at me fur five minutes at a time t with those cold keen straight hhooting eyes men Lave out there They hail never before seen such thiuy whyIFinally they waxed aI Im used to sitting ata table InI cafes drinking my liquor comfortably 1 explained The Iurple Dog affords no tables awl time whisky Iis about ten times stronger tliiin that they handover in New York One needs to tit before I left tlmey thought tIle iiilii- a good one anti socn there wert so many chairs in front of the bar that 1 trungUII cntcrinc could not tell it front time fcd shop where Sambo hand ed buffalo eggsHut wcndetItll have a drink and then 111 tell you about them Bit thatdrinkwac the last HAp A PRESENTIMENT Sonielblnir Happened Oat It Wo ol JuustWhat Up Had Kx- I id prrtrd As pritiitinients said the CamS county wan who wis in thcity on business a ftw days ago relates the Detroit Free Press Ive hud three 01 foupiiimy time und I cant say 1 be itcln rem The last one I bad was lo cated in this town 1 fell into a doie in my house one Sunday afternoon and lund u vision or presentiment that as 1 walktd along Woodbridge street I taw through the window of a simopim man sharpening a tool on a grindstone As I continued to lock the stone burst land killed the wan The thing made a Jep Imprestion on me und a week ter when 1 came to the city I went ytt of my way to walk up Woudbritig street Strangely enough I found time dIUIaucIaw time 4 an working at tIme rgrindst9ne Mjheart was In my inouds as 1 opened time ilnurand grabbed hiir by the linn and pulled him on ton the walk And then tbe griniistone tlew u pieces ijiicnicd one of his listener No I dont think it did Hut a belt ran off its pulley1 No Then what accident did happen None at all The moan whom I pulled out doors didnt believe in pro sentiments not appreciate my mo lives He willed me sonu ort of a fool aul when I replied in like spirit he fell upon me and blacked both mv eyes and skinned my nose nnd I nevei got in one good sockdolager on htiin Im not going to say theres nothing in presentiments but I give you the straight tip that the undersigned will take it out in dreams after this and hell JC pajticulur not to dream of grindstpnet JtUi9MlITMotbelVbysiuhmmimy n re nt you iisi ied oC vourself strikin voiir UflT brother oobulJr71m dgbM Ji for piis ov j Ati a L if r 11i Itdoc hWcw Utg gti rJllliiuwUII JDi11Ii11flI WHEN BACKS IRX BAD I Bad backs are caused by alckJdd- DeS Most back ache pains are kidney painsBackache is Ute firstsymptom of kidney dbor ders Neglect theIarDinI the back serious troubles follow Its only a abort step to urinary derangements diabetes dropsy rights disease Read how to be cured CASE NO 613Ir Joseph Calmes foreman of the Barter mills Fostorla Ot says MI just as ardently recommend Doans Sidney Pills today and it is the month of ctober 1S99 as I did in the summer of 1S96 when after taking a course of the treatment they cured me of kidney complaint and backache which was often so acute that was unable to sleep at night and myfeetthe lumbago or any annoyance from my kidneys and unhesitatingly declare that I am only too pleased to reendorse my opinions of Deans Kidney Pills A FREE TRIAL of this glC kid ey medicine which cured Mr Calmcs will be mailed on appHcatIon ta fnjf fAddrimsFoster3tlbun For sale bj all druggists price 50 cents pen box Dont fee enviouAtaM Uncle Eben remrmbr dat if vou hail beta Julius Cap MP efLvnuilhave hid to take tit iatninatiotialong nit de rci of itwssbc-gton Star I Lt ummnniIsr SS Wuiiuij riinnrkeil hi very yi nng man hae a pectiHurl way of unit ing hiiiiilejnlV at a iun lusiiin- ICxiepi wJurn they a v t iI ildntjjolneil tilll gmutmt ild uicbulur Clii eafm ImilewshiiIimursndr Cnuliiff lie ummmlI hi wife live together like two turtle doles 1 ThafaUsUl Sbcjs wiI16g to Ug the iKoiiifr so long a lie doesnt oiijeet to ntteiitiiuar to time IiillSjiPbilaUel phil tbilltiiIlougi fin rlithboni- Higgs How did yii i iiidiitv ihe man next door to iop playing the cornet IJojrjr I boujrlit an uutoiuatic piano amid I kelil it lIillg day mmmiiimmiglmt umiutl he offered to quit if I would N YI JnllnmlIl Jut of Wliiile Criol- hJaggles Animals in captivity seem to du uiori wnuderful I thiiiga thanI when n their native wiliis- Wagglt Perhapi thats lucaiiM they have r s agent X Y Times1 5IeniI n IIhcIT- II mmudim IIIIIIulIn gmimlg tit ork nl1 chap Nothin in it ileali buy IIm mcrrly guing to taka joli in me fathuwsI ollice ye ktmowhuiezmgo American l alt of All He Yon tbinl it iis much easier to love me than to liecninc my wife SlicOn tIme contrary illWIIII be easier to marry you than Ui love you lr old Lite- llunnrliulU Kruiiom Slmeli you think my eouking is economical 1- He Why yes your brejtl lasts much longer thun does the cooks Yonkers Statesman Sol Well Hula nerd Church iii lull Ithink he iin a well pr iMirtioned man tJnllnni Ni ll iin arc nmmat on vt proportion toIll brains Yuiiker Statesmmiin ITB lOymJWtourI HI Ce wat Xot Eaallt Yergettea- lie was a boy of 12 who was at the roe with hit father to tee the sigiutu and u LZtheinquiredFather boys thefathernearBut thL one watts U bake lands IhskebefrrndfreiidsMebbe athulal That didnt ewrtly Mtitfy the boy how reachmnEout aJdbalethelidoloamobfNext instant hit howl Anted a rush of the crowd to tee what wan the matter and at he heldimp n finger which vrai bitten to the bone anti misneedabout the father produced a handkerchief to tie it up and explained to the people rflthandout that them critters hem teethand if he tohakeThe Seaboard Air Line Railway of Port mouth Ya is advertising a beautiful but comparatively little known region on ije Wet Coakt of Florida in three bockleia culled The Land of Manatee Trey ate itiued by tbe Seaboard but can scarcely be termed a railroad advertisement su tb only mention of toe road me in a brief and modest note printed on the intide of one trf the cover page They are in fact a description ot Manatee County ilorida with ome account of mta hiitory and its many intcrestinK features which wilt appeal equally to tie general reader the in vestpr the fruit and vegetable grower and authorJsexpenence The beauty ot the Manatee country iill well described and tbe matvel wondeniul of in a way to leave no doubt in the readers mind Manatee county mu t be the wonderi and time latent riches of its soil turned into charmingfeaturei graphical appearance They are printed lelightfullriUuHnlilate and ornamented with decorative cle sign in Jlat monotones that make them illtereIPismtnmte i of orange growing and truck pardeniiiB below tIme frot line will find these booklets not only interesting but full informatiormTheythe Seaboard Air Line Railway or upon PaceengerAgent IIU la Urr Bxatuplr aheartyfmiliarfii proinjuehut motieai r hadheartIitJaekeothprdaregrow up tVellsaid the eightyearold thinkjagI when Im a nun Ill get heart draeand 1 on the retired listtjn t like papaChi east Chronicle Six mind a llnlf hoses 1rllIthrOp Can we really afford to- go dearWimore ttID i Toplealf people were compelled to follow the advice tncy jjivri there would soon be an advice famine Chicago Daily News DutyTake All drugetrefurmdrnontvifitfaiIetmturelittue 25a iiway attract time hrendet talent to iti pursutIuckpi be too highly ejuohenof as a cough ureT W ODrien 322 Third Ave X Minneapofit Minn Tan6 1900 hlIJbadrevolutionflsmHorn If you want to be cured of a cough nie Hales Honey of Horebbund and Tar Pikes Toothache Drops Core in one minute dejathingj tiWhySyrupof fSt- h bet family Iaxatw It is pure fHl S It It is gentle It is pleasant btbni14 eJ It is efficacious i ji y i I IIti II- S iiJ 9if I It is good for children r jjI I It is excellent for ladies I f u i i 4 It is convenient for business men It is perfectly safe under all circumstances It is used by millions of families the world over It stands highest as a laxative with physicians If you use it you have the best laxative Ute world producesI A PASTOR a WHOWAS BEPIENDQ BY N EMeROR I SAVED BY PERfJN1rII I J i j i H Slnbenroll of Ellcbon WIs iIK pastor of the Evangelical Lutheran j fthat place R r Stubjnvoll jis the of biblesI IleT tohhn by Emperor Will am of G snnany Upon the texttt the Emperor has writte i in his t tvn handwriting a honored pastor in a re eat letter to Time Peruna Columbus Ohio says concerning icir fanii us catarrh remedy Peruna IThe Peruna Medicine Co Co ambus OhIoII Oentlemen1 had her torrhages of the lungs for a long time f Uand all despaired of me I to ik Peruna and was cured Itgave mpI strength and courage and m ide healthy pure blood It Increased I Smy weight gave me a health color and I feel well It Is the be tI medicine In the world If t veryone kept Peruna In the house j t would save many from death every yearh STUBENVOLL Thousands of people have catarrl who would be surprised to know it be ausc it hissl been called some other name than catarrh The fact is catarrh isca arrb wherever located and another fact which iin of equally great importac ce is that Peruna cures catarrh whe ever located druggist Peruna Almanac IJ TOBACCO SPIT I wLL sad SMOKB LifeawaylvoeI easily be made welt strong maptie fuUnf TQIIADthatten pounds la tea days Over A aTa 071r- e L AU dnmzra 0mm Book I STE4SLINGBliMgDY SrtllrdI Him I I comethnghileeontemptmlous i oriental urio in his wifes boudo r So liiatV what oum call your Mahane corner s iti he said it look I rather a childish business for a fuU likeII woman to waste her time on Ye she replied it may be tomewiiat childish but it 5 entirely honest and re thel1retmtpChicagaTribuneTribuneWomans Ihumaanlty to Mn Prominent note is made of the fact that a woman clerk iii the post office department at WashingTon gave up her husband rather than lose 1er situation The order of the jio tmj Ur general ma cruel No tell tag how many poor husbands will lie driven out this cold winter to make their own living Cincinnati Enquirer In forld iis more inclined to take a man at hi own eitiniate of lneJiwhrn ha bJGdHe at the pianoAndwnat air do you prefer Shee itell ifou give me my I choice Ill take a nihlionaireBaltimore- New a If you do not derive prompt and sati i k factory results from U e use of Perun givinJefull a I l t be pleased to give you his valuable a vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 Ask your fcra free gasrautmeed FARM SEEDSSALZIRS IZIDS IZVZ YAXIJ II CiostsTroadatneardef ayieednaaoa trt i nd yet w u melnax oat for men iterire by July lit wujXO not aad tti unprtcKlatM ofler bctrewinmanutautSrZifaienbicCneww5mWLOioany fer vLsi many farm seed aasmfleu eo uit lleardleu Bart 7D I- mMInnrcrwiAry Tb barber had about finished shaving the man in the chair and passing hie hand own his chin mvetigatingly leaned iforward sod Mid Shall I go over the chin again sao thanks replied the customer 3cheerfully 1 think 1 can remember everything you smtdNa Times yawnbabytie while Tommy But he mean to keep them always MamniaO I guess not Tornmyt gurt yes cause bea tirallered em Philadelphia Press The roUing stone gathers no moss bat it acquires a certain pulith Judge fount a18tt areprdaledItmdge B ecase Its component parts are all wholesome- It acts gently without unpleasant aftereffects- It is wholly free from objectionable substances It contains the laxative principles of plants It contains the carminative principles ofplants It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are agreeable and refreshing to the taste All are pure All are delicately blended All are skillfully and scientifically compounded Its value is due to our method of manufacture and to the originality and simplicity of the combination To get its beneficial effectsbuy the genuine Manufactured by JO IAJf6 Wrf San Franctec0 CalTLouisville Ky New York NY Ion WE3FALL LEADING DRUGQIRTi I PAY SPOT GAZA IO- XILlTAYI a9VTT LAND WARRANTS limed to ScSdeI ot IUIT Ca AlSO SCi455nI54415 imam HigaiL Writs a Ii ooS- srHLSL iR I 0 lbs Id DenurCc I CSTUT ue DROPSYJ L tnee noasctm141aa4IS TKitJIIE AIl JtK I9- S tr a J 4w 1r b 1 tto Ditftgurtd SkinaxK S aW Jiii JMssslsa aad dscBTtag bones wtrtbarget- I Beretete let alone Is capable ot all that and score IniMjssisla catarrh and general debility yaHoods SarsaparillaWWeh expels all tenors cares alt seep Meas and builds up the whole system whither yormg or old f y liii care ter I e inns said to with Mood HAZEL GREEN KYIt THURSDAY March 19 1008 I a s Roger Bryan of the firm of Bry Lexingtonawas in town Tuesday night A Mr McDavidson representing Hntsinpillar Sheridan Ironton 0 was in town Tuesday night OR CATARRH ot the nose Lthroat stomach bowels and more SarsaparT James McGuire of Bnattyville r was the guest of Judge Wheeler of i this place from Saturda until Monday a Mrs Jordan Wills mother of 1 Mrs F N Day of this place has been seriously sick at her home on r Lacy creek Griggs the grocery evangelist t i for Curry Tunis de Norwood Lex ington was interviewing our mer t1chants Tuesday Howard James who has been xtconfined to his bed since Wednes day week wo are glad to announce t fl is now much better t Henry Pieratt is having all his7 houses on Hazel Green Heights newly repapered with beautifully patterned wall paper Roy Wm Tyler of this place took a prominent part in the pro tra ted meeting at Sandfield that closed Sunday night last Mrs Polly Byrd of Jackson is the guest of her nephew Dr Har lan Stamper the dentist who hasr just fitted her with a new set o teethRoe Nickell whose wife had the smallpox and who has himself t been confined to his home a month r past by illness was on the street a r Tuesday and Wednesday John Evans is paving his residence a repainted Sam Wilson is 4 1 doing the work and it will prove a thing of beauty when completed and mayhap a joy forever e Pete Stamper of Mt Sterling who has been the guest of Harlan Stamper the dentist and his brother 4i for about 10 days past left yesterday morning for Lexington selliday the 28th inst For particu lars see bills printed at this office Mr Havens will again go on the road as a commercial tourist My order is out for a fine assort ment of wall paper and I shallII serve my customers with the nicest and cheapest the market affordsj I j My paper will be directly from the factory J T GEVEDON Jonathan Quickest two miles welt of EelI having sold his farm will on Friday April 3rd expose to public Hie a large amount ofJJ personal property Bills printed at this office and now potted will give particulars A Mr Tucker representing the j GeeWhiz Soap Co was here Tues j day trying to induce our merchants I to handle his latherproducer and I one merchant was heard to remark I used your soap some years ago and have fever used any other incett CASTOR 1AI nor Ittfi udQliilsrw 1w KMd Yw I1- i I sthe J ofis I Robert B Day formerly of thisJJ place together with 75 other KenII 4tuckiana registered for his Choc I tiw claim atMuscogee I P some I 10 days since and then returned to Midland Texas where he is as listing his brother James in mer chandi ngII I Y The Wt pilll wtk the atanari drip+ rfyetsusitadaeverarspe4IC7KIh 1 JGktsrDeWlttesdy toMk4iUi DeVittsLitU yi tr CitrlffButKs Ythe creUOB d it 1C to tI Iyr Y iJ V i ts- jrTOM Amyx and faMify oncar had sold out lock stock nd barrel and intended to leave Monday morning for the Indian Territory But alas I man pro poses and God disposes Hence the best laid plans o mice and men gang aft aglio for while en route Sunday evening to eat a1 fare rnlativcsiMrlose big billbook iin which he had 100 in paper currency a draft for 1000 and some notes of greater or less value Mr Amyx on Mon day fearing his valuables might have fallen into the hands of un scrupulous parties that would attempt to negotiate them notified the Bank at West Liberty to stop payment and yet it is feared that the book was possibly dropped in Red river and has gone where the woodbine twineth However it may be at last accounts the Amyx fam ily was at Helechawa without the moans to move TUEDFORD BIlfRA1lG THE GREA- TflMlllHEDlaNE IVdfgrds KackDrmglA has saved fetors bills for teeraOaa sixtr years For the commoa fam ily aitrusita such as constipation indigestion hard colds boW nplairits chills and fever bilious Bess headaches aad other like conplamti no other medicine ia- naeoe ary invigorates awl teg- alatea the liver assists diecation lhebowelscures liner complaint indigestion sour stomach diyinesaI chills rhesatMicparae backache lee n diarrhea ill l1ard adds sd headache Jgist hu ThedCords BlackDraugh- tis 25 ant packages and in mam math abe w 100 Never accept asob titatc Insist OB having tt6e ChattanoogaMedicine I Mates deed MscUfcMMht Is till test SMsliau M ssrih Mb tarsfi I liar ysas I bays ki lhs as rtsdwWrasdect rbsteish 11tarIt JGImI Mswan to Am Uiiiial AttracUe We notice behind the counter at Mrs F N Days millinery store among the ribbons and laces Miss Ora B Cecil who handles them like she meant business and so she does as she will accompany Mrs Day to Cincinnati the first week in April where they will select a nice line of spring and summer millinery and notions for their trade They hope to be able to supply all their friends by Easter Sunday A ItHarkallt Cue One of the most remarkable cases- of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrude E Fenner Marion Ind who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure She says The coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down poundsIavail until I usedOneMinuteCongh Cure Four bottles of this won derful remedy cured me entirely mylungsmal weight health and strength Oar Apply Again we are compelled to apol ogise to our patrons for not print ing a paper last week Sickness is our only excuse But we hope soon to regain our health or secure a printer so that thq mechanical work may be done while the Good God above gives us mental strenu ousness to conduct the paper even though our physical powers prove inadequate LMi lire e 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 eli Self preservation demands Dr Kings New Life Pills They are gentle but thorough Only 25o at J T Days Hazel Green and 8 8 Combs 4 Sons Csm ton drugs gist- skterrNi LNilte F M TindeA wfco delivered a series of excellent airoii to the studeata of ttR left iiJr morns at Carlis4e raise e Ti triCMlfu in- T keif 1 t7 i it wijl M Lai q I Of the jtfcfejj o ijM atk of ne oeMberltQ1W T CaakeyVstow in this place was broken lute and robbed A few days later a search was instituted with the result that one suit of clothes were found They had been traded and the sus pected party had skipped the coun try so it was claimed by the party from whom Mr Caskey recovered the suit and he let it RO at that But Mr Caskey was not satisfied about the matter and kept a look out for other parties with the result that on March 6 he obtained a clue that induced him to renew the search He then found about 100 worth of goods part his and a part tho property of Joe C Stam per of Grassy Creek who had been missing goods from his store for six months though the store had never been broken into Suffice that the goods unearthed on this last occasion was so varied and so vast that a respectable country store could have been started with the find Mr Caskey then had Wm Combs and son Jack arrested They were tried before Squire Webb of Morgan county who held them to circuit court in bonds of 1000 and 500 respectively in default of which they were sent to jail at West Liberty Other par ties are implicated and will doubt less be brought to justice shortly or rid the state of their residence Mr Caskey furnishes us with the facts above and rejoices in the recovery of his goods and the capture of two of the culprits in the which he is joined by all good cit izens Let the good work go on Death late Secreuixf The 1900 census shows a de generaldeathsumption is more marked than any other disease Many causes are attributed but it is safe to say that Dr Kings New 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 positively Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton druggists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free AH0i Hew ArriTali Dr Center reports the following recent arrivals in our vicinity ev pry one of whom he personally in troduced with proper ceremonies viz To the wife of William Falk ner on Sunday the 15th a still born girl on Monday the 10th to the wife of Thomas Day Buck creek a boy on Tuesday the 17th to the wife of Anthoney Ferguson of color near Daysboro a girl Large AtteiiaBce The attendance at the Christian church Sunday night was unusually large The missionary offer ing that morning was very gratfy ing and has since been increased by private contributions RUTSThe walking sick what a crowd of them there are Persons who are thin and weak but not sick enough to go to bed- Chronic cases thats what the doctors call them which in common English means long sickness To stop the continued loss of flesh they need Scotts Emulsion For the feeling of weakness they need Scotts Emulsion- It makes new flesh and gives new life to the weak system Scotts Emulsion gets thin and weak persons out pf the rut It makes new rich blood strengthens the appetitefor Scotts Emulsion can betaken as long as sickness laStand dogoodall the time Tlsiiew streigtk and fijesh every kse aw law a Iabt 7 6iVt jz iJtOM of tWaaylftiliJfi OOAtiI c mtiBf to tHreiiptdaJKfi ri solid growthof St Eoai is the Marvelous development of the southwest and other territory tributary to that city in all lines of trade In 1904 there will be held the greatest Worlds Fair in the world The presidential campaign will also take place To keep in formed with the whole world you should subscribe at once for that peer of newspapers The Twicea week St Louis Republic It is in dispensable to the farmer merch ant or professional man Its tel egraphic and cable service excels that of any other paper It prints the news fully not imaginative occurrences but domestic and worldwide facts It is Democratic in politics but distinctly a natiou al newspaper and family journal The subscription prico of 100 gives you two papers each week 104 papers a year and for 125 we will send both The Twicea week Republic and THE HERALD to any address for 12 months DR FENNERS KIDNEYBackache Ii dU7aCU8E1Iaer seat betas discouraged Ian Is a eveCw yea If neccMmry write Dr Keener Ho hu spent a lite time curing Juit such- caaalayouts All coitfullaUoBs Tor years I bad backache seer jwlM across kidneys and scalding urine 1 oosx not gas out of bed without help The neeas Dr Veneers Kidney and BickachrCore toted me WAGONEB KnoUTlllelhu Drm cteUS aK Ask forCook Bookrmt Sure Cure Circular ujSTuivSDAflW Fenner 7redonlaHY Giarlej Plelii ia TeiieiieeMO- HRIBTOWN TENN Feb Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Enclosed find check for 100 for which please send THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD to C C Fields Morristown Tenn Mr Fields is a former resident of your vicinity and was once police judge of West Liberty but has since re formed and is now a good and prosperous citizen of Tennessee I called his attention to the fact that THE HERALD was still 100 per year and gave all the news With best wishes for THE HER ALD and kindest regards to the ed itor and his better seveneighths Very truly CHAS ASDBE lien IMi Disturbances of strikers are not nearly so grave as an individual disorder of the system Overwork loss of sleep nervous tension will be followed by utter collapse un less a reliable remedy is immediately 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 sys tems It dispels nervousness rheumatism and neuralgia and expels malaria germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton druggists Mb 12 art feet Wirtee BOOTH KY Feb Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Uncle Spence I enclose check for 200 You will please place same to my credit also change my address to Booth Ky With bestwishes to Aunt Sally and THE HERALD I remain Yours truly Roy SMITH ne Itewwk Is tie Knit A weak stomach weakens the man because It cannot transform the food lie eats into nourishment Health and strength cannot be re stored to any sick man or weak woman without firsti restoring health and strength tothe stomach A weak stomach cannot digest enough food to feed the tissues and revive the tired and run down limbs and organs of the body Kbdpl Dyspepsia Cure cleanses purifies sweetens and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles Oise et tH Lens OWL That princess among Gods good woasenMrs E F Cecil of Grassy hearing that the editor was sick and craved a chicken about the oalf kited olaeat be due eat at oeeeseot him one witli her com Plk Mto foe afhielt she has the fc y tbafik of the editor and hit ktteecI ghats- t T IThureda laetke hty- atDuy AveC4lsd 1r 14Jt Lct iiioli11iili It The Strength I off the coffee yoa buy adds to to value io the cup I Lion Coffee come to you fresh and of full strength always in sealed airtight packages Balk coffees lose their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt Ids= uocnee STILLWATER SPARKLES 0Ri v Barker closed his school at the bridge Friday Ye scribe made a business trip to Will Hursts last week Bud King has moved into the house recently vacated by William RoseLeonard Taylors 25th birthday was enjoyed Friday at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Jacob M Taylor A great many friends and relatives were present and in the afternoon Mr Joe A Rose photographed tho beauty of the crowd The Met Thicken But that has nothing to do with the fact that there is not a better salve on earth than Bucklous Ar nica Salve Its 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 de Sons Campton druggists Leather Geei Wnui Another of Gods good women urn Virgie Rose has placed the editor and his bettor seveneighths under obligations for a nicely pre pared young chicken which was sent the editor Sunday morning Learning from the former that he had suffered all last week from in digestion and could not got any thing to agree with his stomach she suggested tho chicken It was young tender and the fattest ono wo have ever seen dressed Almost Lost Without It ROANOKE LA March 1 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Find enclosed in let ter 100 for THE HERALD I am almost lost without the Hazel Green Lews Yours respectfully D B LITTERAL We sell the high grade White and New Goodrich sewing machines and sewing machine supplies of all kinds pianos and organs We seljdirect front factories You can not buy as cheap anywhere else J T GEVEDON OU Clissiii List For the next 30 days we will club THE HERALD and tho follow ing papers at the price named For instance THE HERALD and 50briceaweekJ 25leeklyCINCINNATI ENQUIRER f OCWeekly 8 to 10 pages OO 00WeeklSUNNY SOUTH Literary 1 f10 pages choice stories Ac A W 25TwiceaWeek 25Dem 25wfTwiceJfaVAny paper published in the United States will be furnished to our subscribers at less than publishers rates And now is the time to subscribe Mart sale litice ScMMl District He 5 Welts Ctu ty Keaticky Aa Treuurrr of the above named distract on MONDAY APRIL 6 1903 at 1 oclock p m at the court house door in Campton I will proceed to sell at public outcry to pay school taxes due me aa Treasurer the above named district for the year 1902 the land of the following named peraonssituatedwithin said district or so much thereof aa may be Becesury to pay the taxes due and cost M indicated herein The land levied oa aa the property of Miles Wad klaswhofsdue130o1taxes is bound fd OB the south by the land of 8 L Spescer OB the east by A C Radon oa tM wert by France Drake on the north by Wa Carroll and ia listed by Mites Wwikias D B KING 324t Treasurer Fiaowtlc Ky j a+ t1 f rk 4 9 i DVERr f 0r11S T S LE r1 Owing to th- eContinued Warm Weather F- Wo are BADLY OVERSTOCKED IN OVERCOATSTHOUSANDS Of OVercoatsFJ BOYSRegardless of Cost Code Eailg and 6Gatt BargaIns S 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