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Signfttnre ofw The Kind You Have Always Bought Use For Over 30 Years vaaNT a o0aav wawv nn J JIIILLIPS c I BarberiWDHair CITY KENTUCKYII Everything solicited f KadalDyspepsia Digests what you eat preparation contains all of tko g i tlresUnts and digests all kinds oft food It gives Instant relief and r falls to cure It allows you to eat all UM food yoo The moatMMitiTe Monacbs can it By Its use many f thousands of dyspeptics wired everything else failed ItF unequalled for all stomach troubles ft R tt Mmt fMJ on1bEoInWlftoo cbdcap- 36111botUecontalas2 c 4 tlmcatttotSCC e i A AA vJt map 3 isoaft x lite Class I Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Soaall Fruits As a BJaubarb ud everythiug- rchard Lawn IGarileD Strawberry Geaeral Cats 1 lopes pa request Botkpaoaac y IFt nliNiiiyir SlIt LEXINGTON KY t- ilaJtft Mi ft THE 4 HAZEL GRI3ENIInRAI4o H March 4 YEAR HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 28 1003 NII ER SPENCER COOPER ee P- IrOwaeraedAdra oe the e ana has been male under Ids per 11ADowaoI sad eaaagrand against is CASTORIA Oasteria a Oil cad is Pleaaaat aad cares and Wind Cone cares Constipation sad Feed and healthy and sleep Tko CASTORIA In TV att VMM enIo This never want take have been after ito yM k Py sl tied Wise gfrottne East Brought Valuable Gifts to Ex press their Devotion Wise Men of Today Regard +LIFE INSURANCE + 8INState IIIntuallif Assurlici CO of Miss a Alone of the Most Valuable Gif tbty caa Bestow OB Their MrBe a Wise Man Today and Mate Application for Policy too zu noes 1 McCAUSEY KY t Special AgMt fir East KentuckyI 0 WM COLGAN GENERAL AGENT 401402 Mutual Life BuildingsLOUISVILLE KY j RLEE Practical DresserS uptodate Public patronage and satisfaction guaranteed I k-elpifwt liinr loisudes 11 WOLFE W T a CASKEY HAZEL GREEN KY Deahr ii General Merchandisii IM Ciwtri Promo LARDHDry Goods NotionsI GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES BEADY MALE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATENT MEDICINES DRUGS OILS Ac Ac In tact everything usually kept in a irst class general store Call and e amine his tuck sad lieu kh prices I will treat you nicelyI J W U ClYEDONi KXT- IKOGl66ENHEIMERSCOlN + IIIjIcBq IIrtNK i mwVA unen West Liberty Ky I will be on the road tanedia rlta fall lime of aaaipla X rjr Goods Kotioae Wklte GOO Pants 1eraUI and Moae cgs and reqMt- tU trade to upect 5J Uu 1Mf e b1pladsgtkel yl hI lt ID- 1ic rw j a r1 Is =11BT s4 ti- r 1 k r THE HERALD SFXKOEBCMPEB Utter DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Kepretentatlre Olst District JUDGE H F PIERATT CLARK county will have a candidate for state office before the May 9th primary who is almost sure toII the nomination And when use the word sure we do so advisedly BO far aa the Tenth district can control for Clark being this district has never failed to give her good and strong support the Democratic nominees most whom have been of the moun and no true mountaineer ever allows any man to outclever him The aspirant to whom wo direst attention is the Hon Abram Renick who during the two set- essions of the Kentucky legisla ture made a record as representa tive from Clark of which any young man in Kentucky or else here might well be proud Mr Renick is a practical farmer and largely interested in the breeding- of shorthorn cattle From pies ent indications we believe Mr Renick will poll the vote of this district and as the Tenth gener ally proves the balance of power the nomination for Lieutenant Governor will come to him That conceded he will be our next sec ondexecutive officer in which position he will make a record and become as popular as Lieutenant Governor as he was as Representative Renick Rah for Clark and her candidate THESE days when a politician is I office and wants the farmer vote every man offering as a candidate is a farmer to all intents and purposes even though he can not tell the difference between hoe and a harrow It is so am tausing that it reminds us forcibly- of the adage When the devil was sick the devil a monk would box when the devil was well devil the monk was he Just so with many who now pose as farmers They will be farmers until they reach the goal of their ambition fortune and the farmers favor them after which they will candidly say that they dont know the difference between a hayrake and a hogringer and seemingly be proud of their ignorance as they uo longer care to be classed among the rustic hayseeds In this connection it is refreshing to note that the farmers have a farm er candidate in the person of Col T T Hedger of Scott county who aspires to the office of Commissioner of Agriculture He is not only a Democrat of simonpure pedigree but a farmer in fact andl act That he would make an ideall commissioner is unquestioned andt in that position his rugged honesty would prompt him to render hisI brother farmers valuable service Yktti IH a Name Everything is in the name whenI it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt d Co of Chicago dis covered some years ago how to make a salve from Witch Hazel1I that is a specific for piles For- E blind bleeding itching and pro truding 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 DeWltts the genuine KepiMicai Ceuty CtiTMtiii The Republicans of Wolfe county will meet in mass convention s the court house in Campton Ky at 2 oclock p m Saturday May 2 1003 for the purpose of select ring delegates to represent Wolfe county in the district convention at Paris Ky May 0 1908 to nom mate a candidate for railroad commissioner for the Third district off Kentucky J 0 HURST Chairman Wolfe Co Rep Com BENJ SEWELL Seoy three estate of MM Rosaline Linden de ceased mast be properly proven oust presented to nee on rbefore July 1 1908 or tHy will be barred J CJCSAR LDJDBN Ai uuttrator b 1 ft 1 j- f tv fC1o = Malari 1 Ev r have it Know all about it Want to get rid of it Take Ayers M 11014aI STILLWAiTER SPARKLES 0There are se oral cases of measles about heresIiFarmers here are preparing for the cropping season jleff D Rose of Morg in county wajs visiting here last w ek pied on the 19th in t a little daughter of John Tester and wife Several of the Stillw ater folks 1 attended meeting at Lt urel Sunday t Otis Linkous last week sold to Robert Childers two mules for theb sum of 300 Born to Isaac Swango and wifec one day last week a boy Also to Jasper Steele and wife a boyI Miss Miranda Spencer of Upper Stillwater was visiting her sister Mrs Robert Haulsey Saturday and Sunday I would like to ask our friendt Roy Smith how he has been living i so long down in the cliffs without the dear old HERALD If youll read his recently published letter you will see that he was paying up II and renewing Ho has been a valued patron for lo many years EditorMarch 23 PRESTO The Kidneys and the Skin If the kidneys an weak or torpid the skin will be pimply or blotchy Hoods Sanapa rllla strengthens and stimulates the kidneys and clears the complexion By thoroughly purifying the blood It makes good health Hai Arm AmputateC Hall the 11yearold son of Weeden Hall deceased who is living with Stevie Rose of Lacy f creek had the misfortune Satur day morningjto get one of his hands ground off in a corn sheller and Saturday afternoon Drs Center and Nickell amputated the limb just below the elbow Women as Well as Men i Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages andleseem ambition beauty rigor bottle the the cheerfulness soon when the kid order diseasedKidney trouble has so it b uncommon a child to born I with weak If child urln4I often if the urine scalds the If when the child reaches an age should be able to control the Is yet afflicted with bedwetting mallanei ILt the cause of the difficulty is trouble and the first step should the treatment of these Important This unpleasant trouble la due to a sed condition of the loIsa kidneys and not to a habit as well are made mist tcrable with bladder trouble and both need great remedy The mild and effect of SwUBfRoot is realized It 1s sold by druggists in cent aaoneI sizes You may sample by out not be kid the too be free also pamphlet tell neea clJIooI-I tag all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper IDont make any mlltakekbut remember the name Swamp Swampt Root theaddrenBinghampleoNYe on every bottle ROSE DUNNING PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS tANDWAGONMAKERS HAZEL Q1EEN IT Invite attention of farmers of this ri fclnitJ to their Improved facilities are of prevalent for blacksmithlflg and wagooaMUcing MI well M repair work of all kinds A full force of first dace necbaaica Insures promptaeas iai Ute execution efr all work eatrutted te flies asd eatLf idea fa guaranteed ia ill cases Buggy baildiBg aad wages atakiag are ear specialties Your yatmaafe k HK sfectfallv solicited sad waif ae drip as peselMet es9eetfdl sae O6 DUNNHfO +1x AteN l i f c rt Leave OU Town IWill ia rife that RevWm Tyler pastor of the tIe E church will soon pull up stakes at this place and returu to Campton where he will supplement his work in the Masters vineyard by tending a crop on a little farm he owns there to support his wife and children Notwithstanding he preaches at four places his aggregate collections here will not keep the wolf far enough from the portals- to afford him the feast even of a contented mind And that at its wont produce physical power We regret that it has reached this risis and hope Providence may point a plan by which Bro Tyler be retained as a resident with us Who among you will make a move to aid in the goodwork He Hooke Em IH He came ho saw he conquered VITRIOL VINEGAR VERDIGRIS is to say they all went sniping and Prof Moonshine held the bag until he caught about 100 90cent suckers But lightning calculators long ago figured thatII a sucker is born every second MORGAN COUNTY NEWS 0IMAYTOWN MISSIVES oThe home of B F Thomas and wife caught fire but was put out without any very great damage J Ingram is now a resident of townWm is on sick list I Carl Murphy was in our midst SundayA Dye started Sunday via Cincinnati for Indian Territory Earl Oakley spent last week with relatives at this placeCMarch 23 LUNETTEC Prof Cord loft today for Lexington on a business trip connect ed with the academy His visit j will be short one COL NALL WILL NOT RUN Says Hii Iifomatiei Free Farm ill Bleaeit All Over tie State If nat Ithert Trtlaa4 Will Be Neal acted By Eli Tete Per Genii ateaer eI Afriealtire Col Ion B Nail State Commis sioner of Agriculture who for 80 years has been one of the foremost agriculturists the state and who is conceded to be one of the most thoroughly posted men as to farm ing interests in Kentucky has an nounced to his friends that at the expiration of his present term of office he will return to his old home to live Under the Constitution he is not eligible for reelection and will return to private life Col Nail has organized more far mers institutes than any other Commissioner the State ever had and he has been one of the leaders in the goods roads movement Col Nail in an interview lost week said he was taking no active part in the selection of his succes ear as that was a duty which de volved upon the Democratic farm ers of the State but when asked for his opinion on the race he said ha personally was going to vote for Hubert Vreeland because he believed him to be not only the best qualified but by far a mo aggressive man than the and by reason of his experience aa assistant in charge of the office would not have to consume his time learning the routine acd would be in a better position next winter to secure favorable legisla tion for the farmer such as good roads and many other things that are needed with all of which he is thoroughly conversant Col Nail said that from what he could hear from the farmers and others with whom he came in contact there was not the slightest doubt in hi mind about the nomination of Mr Vreeland by one of the largest majorities that would be received in any of the race for State offi ces Louisville Critic WAXTKBA TRUSTWORTHY OSK or lady U each coasty to stybaeleeu Ut aa eW eta Ue4 kease ef gwuiekl tad A stemiffti WM weekly es h salary of wait6T y eeMMfa7vit +lreet wane tsdvaes d Ier MgsJsltoMtir tt Cuts MMSB Calssft tHa 4i4io 5 t y- Er l j BELONGS DEALERS lraI Whoa latter stock cheaper other town or tbiseection j them a money GIIJPIDJ GllUIIEB1 SBWKLL Editor I No 17 The scarlet fever is raging to extent in town o 0 J F Vansant has gone to West Liberty to attend circuit court o 0 o J C Hurst went to Devils last week on important business B O Miss Coriiie Vise daughter of James Bise has a nice of mea elA last Satur day for Irvine to attend circuit court a A H Stamper attended Squire Taylors court on Stillwater last Saturday o o C C Folks isin the St Joseph Hospital Lexington to undergo a treatment for his eyes o 0 Miss Edith Stamper went to the city last week to lay in a stock of uptodate millinery supplies Y 0 o H Tutt returned from Jackson Friday whither had been on a protracted practice of his profession o o Deputy Collector J L McCoy of Jackson the jamup aspirant for secretary of state in town last week the welcome guest of R Cundiff o e Sam Fierstein went to New city last week to purchase a sup ply of goods Now Sam is the time for an in THE HERALD and have to date 0 The old time fiddlers contest came here last Saturday evening Six participated in the test Pat Howe first prize 1500 South Coldiron second 3 David Athey third 2 o o- a J D Butler of Simpson reseating the Anchor Oil and Gas in the Frozen Creek field here last week to engage a man to build a couple of derricks tho company He talked very encour agingly of the prospects for in Breathitt county o o- o The Farmers and Traders Bank I of this place opened busi last Monday Boys this iis as much as we are allowed to say TsHERALD This of course you moa to thanking you in vance BB have your ad- LosrOn Thursday last 6th inst between the zivec at Days pairaof straightbowtwont peta A W wrtfied ItJ liam gintl DzvCeafor ti jjj4l J2 II 1 muTI- e Column 1 yearIJf IS 1 1 L 35 oe 3I 1 2005 2 Inches 1 1eartl f fti1 Inch tYeir1d 0 oScasS1000 County oalc rsj HJOS I ldatesI ll Obituaries Tribute k Pre eepyIsff 1 llJe 1IIIIII HIS SPACE I TO H PIERATTfiOk IN JlBmt HAZEL GREEN KY a and Roods tbaa any in in sellj trial and save VOL some our creek case Dr W he was E York ad let us it Be up off con won repre Co oil was for oil up for ness do So ad let the easeewlewithme- will M year 10 o- eAnnouncementsSttadDtiict Homes=Wealth FOR ALL CAN BE FOUND ALONG THE SPEED WITH US TO TEXAS 1 KANSASi MISSOURI ARKANSAS A- r1t10MND Territories AM ettak twre 4L THE raises ores aha yoe LOW REII 011 1M Ent ad thinS Taad of each Ih Frw IIItIW Iafonutioaapply to- A D MURRAY OaAnat 457 Walt skeet aNCINNU LlllnltDlIH EasirI RaInya Tlaw TaUe fat Kieet teteeer If IMS EAST BOUNDtEl Ne4 STATIONS 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2 eeesat K slBsw Jose 1 idea wl4kL k A fir lisllj i Hfi ialy ea pLNi1SjSs sUittMOT Y Ak E yrr 1 THE HIALDyo SPENCER COOP publisher HAZEGHIEN I I i fKY MY DAYS ACOMING I know my Baying common grItproverbsThatltA not a healthy patarFor It brings too little cheer 9Xtt sat My days acoailn iyour day is always here labeledThey ouYourItFordoYour It I reetorejIonFor the one thats here Is yourew In accountingTwlII daystoreIn beIhtnwaitingIagYoureomlngYoullI OUa L Estate of ValghloDespard I 1I i mm Decd mmm I II O8O I f I spendorIt icit loves and carrying a brandnew leather bag of clubs Robinson strode across the hall front his own studio to a halfglazed door whereon Gilmour stood out in large bla letters There Robinson dropped his bag of clubs and stopped to listen before knocking It sounded as if things were being violently pulled about insideeven overturned and I hurled into corners Then he knocked and kicked at the panels The sounds ceased presently the door opened explosively and a very striking Velusquer beard and mus i tache shot out Ha said the mouth I belonging to these picturesque ndiill tions I thought so Why the devil doaXyoucomeiaaiidhelp a fellow tHave you forgotten our appoint I meat said Robinson dropping his I j jjj bag mind stepping into a studio which appeared to be in an abnormal state of mess llpI i GplfMillis Charnock Robiuson 1 corrected him with laconic severity I Look here Robinson Ive got no 7I time for that today You juSt come fBadthingAnd It t tatGrand Central We said wed4 thereat Blow what we slid Ive got to 44 1 find this thingnow Read filS t K lettertJ hoiedSexor i Iilium1 Estate of Vaughan Despard f jDecd tSirr pilniour vas still growling rout in 1 weaponsthatjI spinning wbeeLhI can swear lits noofflewbereI I the blamed thing if I wish youd shut up and let meI I see if I can understand this rigmaII ChSSmightas well give it up Its retorteditlt reads like a sort of operaCI f t bouffc plot How can the estate of fcoL Whats his name a clafmfoNjnefifthJ otdeceasedhates0 frurcf not a railroad goSyou ynipur erect amid a litter of furni tore and bricabrac frowned as he yoipreen ing with finger and thumb his leroCllcious mustache as his manner vas S when in deep thought This oldI H Wy8ehes mentioned isnt he Well he knew all my folksr farmer r up near Phoenicia So when I came yoSScP1 1 goatee and smoke stogies kel1 z nethif I wasnt about cleaned out I said I a Dead broke Then he said WI i Ie dont you mortgage When he cxI plained what he meaut I jumped attoI itjdidnft think anybody had so much C confidence in me none of my rn enba7 folks hadcoAnd what did he vKeep still and Ill meaneytell He ifII j i paperi5 one youre looking foreXo the this toCyers got hold of Its a contract and it says that in consideration of the sum of 2000 I to clIsSI fuI5 Why Gil What roUCI CI1tar1O1a akimbo staring at the other man Wheres the rot come in Didnt Ipaget my two thousand on the strength of It1 You keep still till I getPS through I paid up all right and the old man was so tickled he said hed loSj will me his farm only I wouldnt I know what to do with it Then hetC when he went to look for the eon tract he couldnt find it thSme otherthe Itforregularthe others and it began Whereas and said the other was lost and It- didnt go in case it ever turned Uppand it was signed by him and wit yoStwo sses the itotherAnd lost like the ether Only the other has been foundlettr OS III find tt What do you take 5 1e forrInsftl Roblasoa quickly aa he 4 Jiwered Who were your wltne ec rn IWlJats witnesses got to do iltk i liji It How you do jumps frpai o to pa5sa5 tlw Micii sM rs te ftI 11iliiM1p tlrftA affidavit And maps he cam tea u whothe other was tOuByyouve got some sense after a1ll0l1I passingfeelingstV tharepaperehSay d miles up there Id better peek my ip and get off today If you can said Robinson with sniff at the awesome chaos about him Of course you cant go to t linko Ill make your excuses 3l jOfflu ivgblocks when lila joy was turned to m niisgiringto be so sure of Miss Charnock to be laIndifferentJ hole afternoon alone with him lobinson It was all of a piece with his calling her Bermuda to her fai even The fact that Gilmour had made her acquantance on the sea voy e home after a holiday at that Island resort thus getting two weekaou start of him Robinson was hardly enough to justify the confounded assurance of it Could it be that they were secretly betrothed If so it Wan a most foul practice against him And he made up his mind to be clear on this point before sunset Miss Charnock in short skirt rape and Tam OShanter was waiting L mgpatiently when Robinson reached the Grand Central and although it lacked but 00 seconds of their train time her first words to him were Wheres ofM Gilmour Good afternoon Miss Charnock said Robinson politely struggling now with two golf bags besides two tickets and a handful of change to officeki SiMissplanted the thick colts of her golf boots decisively on the mosaic floor Im not going to catch this train she said And what with a loose wisp of brown hair nod undis gu eyuisedPr ettyoIt was all most embarrassing for poor Robinson also he hail great difficulty in visibly keeping his tern per If I lint known that our go ing depended on Mr Gilmour he bepan Then with a desperate resolve to keep eoolht laid the t vo bags on the bench and went on Hes been quite unexpectedly detained onI on legal business Miss Cliarnoek started Legall ntc they arrester him she wlds Pe red anxiously Robinson of course Robinson had reason to be angryutle ought to relie memberreloched this with a bitter laugh You seem strangely worried on Giimours account Miss Char- e nock Xo they have not arrested him but he is obliged to go up the state to a place called Phoenicia toin secure proof that he is not one th enslaved tto the estate of a ccr tain person Whats the matter Miss Charnock seemed ab ut Ito swoon and Robinson had no knowI ge of first aid to the swooning A motherly old lal1on the other side of her took the amiable libertyof manifesting a strong interest in her case and Miss Charnock in fear of a scene quickly rallied Thank youI she said bowing nnd smiling Im alll right I think Then to Robinson Would you mind seeing me home w So instead of going up to the links that afternoon Robinson with all hisI brandnew golfing outfit also Miss arnocks more seniceworn bag had to get a hansom and take her to her city home This might be In the end eeu better than an afternoons golfing with her he thought or tried to think nut events soon blighted even this hopeful conceit a Mr Robinson youre awfully j od she began after two or three minutes in the cab Yes you art 1 wish youd do something for me Will u Robinson felt a little bcttertIn fact I know youre such a friend likeItelling you the whole thing The whole thing Yes When youve taken me hajccbwill you do me a great favor I want u to take a note dovn to Inso hraeder Schraeder R hnson recognized e nameof tls lawyer who was act deyYes hes my lawyer Oh Ill have tell you the whole story She covered her face with her nl1l1 as if the prospect ofsuch a nfession were a thing to sear the g eballs Can I trust you lust as you were my own brother You know J havent any Robinson had not in the least want this particular girl to be as a sister him any other girl rather But n he yielded to Destiny You see my Uncle Despard a ergyman you knowleft me all Ihis rniture and his books in his willI oh a huge lot of books that he had llected and some of them very valu le Then you are The Estate of Des rd Deed She laughed feebly That that dropped out of an old Poor Richards Almanaek that a parish ner who died left to my uncle So vi took it to Mr Schraeder and he said could act on It Dont you understand Robinson thought it looked as if is young woman had wanted to rcibly annex onefifth of Gilmour in e vance of his spontaneous surren der But he only said Isee B I thought of course I wouldex ain it all to him when afterward u know and we would laugh over I see fleiackMr GUmour hasnt the ast Idea Im connected with Ithe thIng has he It would just kill me never though ilr Schraeder would BossQiast he only said be could not wouM How can I ever face him in owr uMr Schraeaer be No blat I AtMl so as ithypoaitized wonder IcY1tY he W italJ Robinson heirped h- M CJwnieek out of the cab tol erite HLteawited itkrIr ittrl l l1 ibout Mr GHraonrs contract iritk Henry WyM which he straightway Ok and delivered at the lawyers office Returning to his owB studio 0 strange fancy prompted him to kit 1 e panel of Gllmourii door in pass 1 ing and he was astonished to hear 1the thunder of Giimours cordialI Comet sound from within poHellot ready I believe so Why havent you hegone to Phoenicia Remembered something t hhti Its todoj before starting Hadnt been Un late Id have rushed af m niindThen youll arrive about l ght Gilmour roared his own rrrtjpdnccnt ugh You old pump 1 mean to jBermuda of course not 1hocnicla- r Robinson Ill tell you something In- eont1lleneestrlet confidence mindI eTh tnInregular proposal you know propone to Bermuda She tvmc of age Ia ItoC week We were going to lose you t on those Itolis Thanks Ye i This ass of a lawyers Iletter put it nil out of my head till I gi your scheme of hunting up those witnesses Phoenicia can waitorBut Robinson would not wait jhear more All right Youll flu Miss Charnock at home if you like to o there now wThicithe floor with You may have this jfor a wedding liresentmAnd ns he stalked out of the studio Giilmonr staring openmouthed ft er him wondered what made him so uffyXeee York Times STUCK TO HIS WORD fter 12 Months of Wedded Life the Young Man Still Called lIes Dear It was just a few days before mar ringe He and she were as inooney ed as young idiots usually lire at sucha period Sitting side by side effnand eye to eye And occasionally 1li ilpletillhOb hI murmured ecstatically as his eyes rolled upward you are very ve itryDarling she purred it makes m irewill you say it 12 months hence I shall never niter in my opinion J ereagain And at the cuuiu1l2J months whrn hud gone over the ltotusekutpi I ig accounts nod the dressmakers andj milliners bills he sighed But like a hero he kicked not Darling he said wincinsr as he spoke I Isid I should never alt my opinion And I desire to state with no mentalI reservation whatever th CatAnd then he took lila lout mind tu- a issi forth to drown lila surruetsiIiill- phiade Bulletin llrltUh Sabbath Innn Few people are aware how strict a I Sabbath is still legally ordained in England The Lords Day Observance Act forbids not only Sunday trading but nlfo every possible occupation walking riding rowing or any game and strictly enjoins upon all subjects ii ver nine years of age attendance at chnrch At the opening of every assize the kings proclamation for the preservation of morality is read People who Ire then present for the first time are astonished to hear that the king forbids antI calls upon the magi trates to punish absence from divine hervico CIOr Sunday any playing of lards or other games of chance or haunting of publichouses on the same day Everybody fonui fa an inn during service hours iit liable to a fine of 3s 4d the landlord to a pen altly of lOs and for u successful prose cution church wardens are entitled to n reward of C 2 As recently as 1864 Isaac Walton a man servant was fined Es lid for refusing to attend church on Sunday when ordered there y his mistress And about the same time a mother was prosecuted by her n nnd actually imprisoned for her default London Chronicle Hmrned hr na Owl King Robert the Bruce ncordiug to the wellknown storyonce owed huts safety io a spider Among the Tur tars of central Asia there is a belief that one of their khans or chiefs was preserved long years ago by thereat horned owl lIt hall hidden in a thicket to multI capture bysome enemies By nnd by his pursuers came to this spot The first thing they saw was an owl sitting on a bush What did this mean It sig ifled in their eyes that this bird would not rest quietly there if any man were lying concealed close by Therefore they argued that this khan could not be there and so they hue ried on to search for him elsewhere At nightfall the khan made his way to the camp of his men and told them how he had been saved from certain death His story caused them ever afterward to look upon the owl with rc thtereflvefeathers in their caps as a pledge ofa ctoryYhelps By the Way co AH men who have passed through tiemarriage blasiestto a young lady is not the I women so inclined to help the arden cuwainby an exchangethThe young man was embarrassedg but he dItMiss Eupherhia he said that Isto tJleDgthhere that II say it must have been apparent to you for some time that 1 could have had but one object in view although of course I cant claim that you have given me any cause tq confident Still yott may have in asked yourself what other motive if any I could have had when it must e been e de k811d1et Jr BUlmorp ahe interrupted pteMex be more direct and explicitthyea 1U 014IiWt rl1IS fI If trf r t Ji1i Silki Wiisfc are Daintier limn EVer It will seemingly bent be possl 1ble la displace the ahirtWaist 1bls kseason Dame Fashion has decrCcd tthat the Complete costume Uf skirt and bodice alike siialf be the bofrect thing and It perhaps is yet the shift waist fetill retains all itt old j pularity arid is being seen iu daintier Materials hud morb ex quisitej style than ever before The daintiest blouses yet in sight are made of sheer lInln I lihUQ em broidered tucked and inset wittte- dnlliomts and insertions of lace t these are only forerunners of 1liIummcr styles which no doubt wili be varied beyond precedent when tin full cuniplumenl of summer Waists appear Silk Waists We hun with Us Illl Rays lined unit uuliiicd boned Utnl houiuni and us slulple nail elab orate its you fancy The uuliueii hiind embroidered Imported Waists white and blue Lonisiac silk drc1 delicately daiiitily charming There are the same variations of tine tucks narrow bands joined Tit l an open stitch to which many new ItOllei are uddcd A great many ine dullions of lace are used set in hit miss it would seem without anlldyou ae well OK the silk ones Every kind of a little trick in hich the needle can play u part Is applied to the blouse waists awl uch of the decoration is made of the material itself Yokes of little bands fagoted together are quite us popular us ever hut in the newt e models the bands assume new forms rounding down in front to form a vest line possibly or ar ranged in any form fancytimay the tate so long ns it is new and grace ful III design Lace bands and lace motifs art also set in with tthe herring hour st itches on either side of II tiny bund Coarse silk is used for the stitches It Is astonishing how much this mode of adding the lace improves tin ect no muller whether the mn erinl is 01ailk or linen Ai wool anvns iis now used for shirt walt ml squares of yak lace are an ap propriate trimming 1ale blue silk waists stein to xt to white in popular favor raulII embroidered daintily with white e charming The familiar dosel in the back nail loused front prevails hut tunics of the inI ItI ItfI elsl blouse u little in the bnek as I The sleeves so far revealed niei rathtr close at the top spreading wristj out into a full pulT gathered into a I are must worn just at the moment nod you cit 1IIi I see very pretty ones of white crop t I whiltjri i ing the edge finish and extending down and up in irregular lino hina silk is a otto lining for flhu lk blouse as it gives all that is re qimired of a lining Imiey blouses arc madIIC colored1 liifTon over another color for exam London TailorMades Seen in New York I In the matter of the winter tailor modes New York is following much after the fashions of London where of e coat of ithemtl1 bout town d the military man are being pied So it iV that we see in New t ork grind models of the ble a3as pictured above guardsII or course the realistic e re military stylet l is enhanced when j I I the coat is built in dark html bright ue cloth with pipings of scarlet the cloth to finish off the collar nod ffs the pocket flaps and the strap I which holds in the slight fullness of e back at time waist while sundry old buttons are also included in the scheme but on the other hand anyone who finds this coloring o striking will be well suited by vet e grays or brown with pipings of deeper shade SanrUa- HatherinLaw who has called to see her daughter You certainty live In a most outlandish and inconvenient neighborhood George I wonder yea are not afraid df being attacked anal robbed on your way librae frpm buvness of an evening ofleeat mamma ht never cinces horns IntIl all thebiil c1amrsct b r r p pie blue over lavender with lace yoke nUll corsage belt and embroi dery of gold rings with green ser pents crawling out of theme rings on ijither Me The odd fancyfor n ing black chiffon under lace of large pattern carried out in another model while ttill another in crete de chine shown tucks nail Cluny insertion it bands Apropos of Cluny lace there is the new allliter Venetian lace In Chili design It is in wheel pat terns cry open tine anti thin not at all like tine real Venetian No doubt this will find many uses on summer gouns nail for the entire blouse fli well Another example of the London tailoruadc is the pictured costume crimson jibeline frieze with its 1Jcttedinband and made distinctive by a dou wipe collar whose noyel shape is accentuated lhseveral rows of buttonsjorlthe appearance at either side of slightlypouched fronts and are also wed to apparently fasten the sleeves from the elbow to the wrist these sleeves too you will note being in quite an original and very be hanging two encircling hands of stitched vel exactly matching the frieze In shade ELTKN OSMONDLI Like a flaIl I Cherricus 1 badea constant ringing Imy head I wonder what Ia the v cCQseoflttJGnimlicusrUmph thats easy le Your Iieadi empty leCbcrriciis1ivertirheridGrunelicitsN neve- rCrrcdeTboteght I not Jl1Ulaa J- JI of 1 r r 1 il rnTBZPOI 1DSOT Te VlltaU JaMelthmaiG1vedsI ma ExhlbltloM of aitfrtrtM XluliaOIIJt It was ia a downtown thMter ttctotif approaching meat the illain lolling in a innuner fijrden had been challenged to a duel with theChicafoTribuueFight villainItoo full for farther utterance at the meament pointed toward A bottle standingI empty on a table thirty feet awaytIhe hero turned with a1 loperciliouj clinei and lookedeWatchiIt wssthevUlincse wordBdnewMI so infCnt upon seeing that none of its laconic force was lost on the nudience that actionJustband pocket and was rising ia the villains rightI I HingIeUngletlng It The neck of the bottle nurit in a dozeq piece and clinked to the floor the aston cued villain with the unezploded weapon jaweodloneritigwent to piece in the delirium of its joy Flrt Seed oC A Doctor Wu Ting Fang iit fond of relating a story about a Chinese doctor who didnt tatitfy him patient The ticker the patient grew the niore indignant jilt friends became at the iinsucccsfful physician At last when the tick man was in a final stage and death was imminent the relatives laid violent hands on the unfortunate doctor and ty adminjthrants were looking for ft itick with which tto beat him the doctor freed himself and NfttyWhenwho was studying to be a physician per icg over a book on medicine Put it up itmiurth fitrpittrup iitdoct a e doctor doctor is I eureSanfrucJust us an Kxprrlment urgedDoSfullyesperinicntsKxperiments l Vc So fliPpClelatter you but I Irate rufiicitnt confidencei in vou to believe you will Vuceeed hoedeiicatelyplIlChicJpPoet flicks y I Oeenelaleii arearme declared th4 company was already inc operation Ill bet thcjr jinycnt funk a kipRie hole yet 4 Theynmutlheyrmgoing ti Standard and Times J 1J It ii not usually to nintha case of not I wantingWhat11OUI Free Trial Pills daily way of Doan with each Aching backs are cased nip back and loin pains overcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct urine with brick dust sedi ment high colored excessive pain in pawing dribbling frequency Doans Kidney Pills dissolve and remove calculi and gravel Relieve heart palpitation sleeplessness headache nervousness ROCKDALETEX Dee 30 1OO2When- I received the trial of Doans Kidney Pills I could not get out of bed without help I land severe pains in the small of my back Tire Pills helped at once and now after three weeks the pain in my back is all gone and I am no longer annoyed with having to get up often during the night as formerly I can notspcak too highly forwliat Dorms Kid ney Pills have done for I now 57 years old have tried a many medi does but did tire worl until I used Deans Kidney PIUsJuaxas nARTHUR CLEVELAND KT Dee 28 101n1w- as laid up in bed with my back and a TPBASP1T vlYellaally be suds Mroag sis ek JVUIaf ptja gdSeektWrZZLIT4QCo xrAT lUOr JUWTAHT av ftRNt- rJ i 1 M Kliw Gilt of tenailmetirtsia constipation 4ijelves how theta greater number ottmOS nttr from constipation than from mOSedieMses c8JB1riJIed A great talk is cheat eooiBflption but conitipatio consumptionhe VfSUt bee covered of such merit in curing cont lion and its cooaequenees that now csten Million boxes of CASCARETS areaaM every year the pesteat isle ever attalg4ilby any one medicine in the world and tii itIIs the strongest proof that it u the beati nd will do eli and more than chimed IFyou ire a sufferer give CASCMRETS aandright here we want to warn you iIto the genuine became til great sue i ilspntCASCARETS with the iongtaned onthei C e4or lot So Dad a That drearidnolaldojnReturned no mitt We had of pemBican sad wal rae meat Chicago Tribune Mother Gtcyi Sweet Powder I I1111MInConnUpstionhtornaeh SampleFConcern Him Lawyer The jury has brought in a casePrisoner court that they aceountGlagowEvmniag u 31optsCoegh rotaeQuinine 1IittlpiraicandIJulheramazedh ahlLondonTaUcr DroP treated free by Dr II H Greens eflmegreatestdropypccaaliotn t tisement in another column of this paper IFJoraSomebow Jack cannot to DoraPrhapaPhiladelphia Evening Bulletin Three trains M day Chicago to Califor ChicagoUnion Ennui is one of our greatest enemies remunerative labor our most friend Moser oniumptifoyer Trinity Springs Indj Feb 15 1900 I gsadenJudge It costs more to support oneVice than ten virtuesChrcago Daily News biiitiiiiih 1The of Doans Kidney carries relief to thousands 1Its the Doan proving merit individual cue package me me am great nothing Medical Dldnt kidneys I could get myself straight when I tried to stand would have to bend In a half stooping position I got a trial box of Doans Kidney Pills and took all of them At tire end of two days they got me out of bed and I was able to go about I take a delight in praising theso PilisAEE Gcw Jr fi FREE KIDNEYSSAKEi rDon Kidnw Pills FosmXiunui Co Buffalo N Y I i I charptrbJI IamePost occ I 1beCut oat coupon on dotted Hants xter ubuni C x CuffaJcn J24 jDw L5r WEALWOMENiSTIMT1ON QBE ST DD YIMTUSTION WILL VAiSL Mulls GranaToiilo Cures OotastiDatIH entirebodieyztein 1IaDIfests RegularIuse Mulls Grape Tonic Unlike pills and ordinary cathartics this remedy is a mild greaterfleshbuilderthan cod liver oil or any other preparation GrapeTonicate case ox constipation and the numerous afflictions that invariably follow In its wake omttterIfltIspl1esh1yercomPIaintkIdnCYdisorder diarrhea or the EelfDolsonmz which follows puvreaaussemptiesmalaria Mulls Grape Tonic will positively cure Large sample bottle will be sent free to any address on receipt of lObents to cover postage yourdruggIsta i m Wfifc taiJ45M 0KB well fuilo 48weiiIIfl-WfTtkflflW1 get plenty teem tailing not FORTHE IItI anyocnersnsmanra lArrsa jeaa for bis we own and op 1 elate over toco sots ftr tI1 prodoo Uonofonrcbolcesnda InortrrW lailan yea to try Item vemttf tile Icllonlss wpncedaitcd oMr ItIIIIInftIMroShottr iSigSrritimliisua5rritiiA5 o 5415 bets s15 gIkei7 bisritwMskI- n all1D kinds poIIUft1 furthidn- itaensot csaruoaiuewmuM kD- 1loll0f choice wvrtabi cmrgrurtcatstccneidltupiaboimi tar Or TPOIIIIl Drum Speita te0III11Go tsapaM seaatbt Sec vra4 1J fil JOHN A coLa WESTERN CANADA HAS FREB HaMS F- ORJflILLJQNSCmranH Of is e e Amri WeauntIpUtIZeetITuners 003TTKNTEB KAJPFX csg AJOt rorsaovsSM f tbe1jgauiiIi WafiiiI yields f wWs cJothergealt Tk I CU the sjrctfcwi cJItes1ilr of water tad full ooO Khwte cxccueal ckyCbSui HOMUTCAD firuanftbeeeli eMrge Deleesle fieatzi M ttAfoOowlK ton AUM Md otkertiur N f eaiI o 1 iUNIQUE SCARECROW I iJ It It dhe Invention of sB Anitrall Genius Who Pronounce It a Grew Snecess A writer in Garden and Field an excellent Australian paper says that a scarecrow made like the one pic tured proved very effective lie de scribes it as follow A in a piece of threefnurtliKinch RES pij c inserted firmly in the soil no a to stand six feet above ground the top end must be smooth B is of galvanized downpipe with an end soldered on the top C C are short pieces of downpipe solderedon B N is a piece of tin or iron cut as de scribed and shown D Usa lend bin T wing of a fowl Ita noisy toy AUSTRALIAN SCtREC11OWfi I windmill were fixed on the top it would be an improvement To be of any real use the scarecrows must not be placed in position until they ore absolutely required mid removed directly they have served their pur pose otherwise spoggie will get as familiar with them as with the trees themselves and thus alt beneficial results will be lost To make the movable scarecrow get three pieces of twoinch iron galvanized down pipe viz one four feet and the otlier two feet long Solder them together in the shape of a cross with a cap uldercd on the top end of the four foOt length At the end of one arm faster a piece of tin say one aide vi a kerosene tin with about half an Inch of the top edge cut along three inches from each end and one strip bent out at right angles on one side the other the same on the opposite ride tn form two short arms from which arms hang iron nuts suspend ed by strings Fhese nuts will ke p on striking the tin as the figure rv Tolves with the wind when theiv is any Drive a sixfoot length of threefourthsinch gas pipe and dress it up accordingly to tussfr either as n ladyor gentleman A kerosene tin with n hole in the bottom anda twoinch slit on each side about half- Way down would perhaps help to form the hotly as well ns causing more noise especially if three or four iron nuts were suspended by fctrirjfs inside of it THE LIFE OF SEEDS 1nze AVere tn Good Condition H n- dretls of Year After They Slat- SIleta rot ATvnr For the benefit of those who often desire to know how long seeds will keep well we take the following from au old table which was made for homejjrmvn seeds fared with can Jannipline year beans one to two yrars borage cress balm and alsifv two years corn nasturtiums and peas two to three years garikimid unions three years lettuce leeK savory spinach arid turnip three to four years caraway margoram and rutabagas four years fennel five years parsley and peppers five to kix years carrots cabbages celery and radishes six to eight years beetf cucumbers mangelwurzel pumpkins squashes and melons eight to ten years Much depends upon how ripe they are when gathered and liovt they are kept If placed in a nearly airtight metal box they will keep much longer than if left ex posed to air dampness and the extremes of heat and cold C t Melons and rye have been known to grow when 40 years ohk sensitive plants at CO years and kidney beans nt 100 years There are now grow ing at various places in this country berry vines from seeds 1700 years old also various grains found in Egyptian tombs and supposed to be at least 4000 years old Another I-mp rtant point is that many seeds are improved by a certain amount of keeping Some gardeners will not t use melon cucumber or squash seeds until three or four years old claim- Ing that new seeds produce more vine than fruit while older seeds produce correspondingly less vine anti more fruit Celery teed also does better at three years awl cabbntre seeds from two to three years old are aid lo make less leaves and more solid heads SterllUtOK Garden SoIL The practice of sterilizing the soil for greenhouse or coldframe work la coming more and more in vogue 5wIlls large market gardeners Ex posture to steam heat which raises the temperature to above 150 or 160 or even ISO degrees will kill thei germs of dampingoff blights rots ttc W W Rawsun says he can now frow better crops on sterilized soil under glass than outdoors A writer In Farm anti Fireside says We AvhoI Save not the facilities for sterilizing the soil in this manner must content Ourselves with changing the soil onI the greenhouse heJlcliseViif3 ar tetling a nelvEupphywherewe beS jitte it to be iininfectcd froli1iUcb i t Useate germ I j Give tint lambs clear wisest for f 0 mit ttJ1d of the futteuigperlodb Iirr whestaadhaltgon 0rlsiQi- irrJ I end cil lCn lpr jiI tg t 5 r L CAUSES GWKAT LOSS lmaeUe 1aferala Ceewaapthows Fever r Foot sad Mo tb Dlieaie The outbreak of apthous fever commonly known an footandmouth disease among cattle in several tf vw England states carries with it a fear of saystheease is highly contagious among warmblooded animals and is known to be transmissible to humans undet certain conditions of exposure but such infection is really so rare as not to be worth consideration Like many other plagues nod pests it cans to this country originally frou northern Europe Though seldom fa tal aplhous fever causes great loss iu reducing the flesh and vitality of parttcularlycommerce by the rigid quarantine needed to limit an epidemic of this serious affection The average lois of flesh in horned cattle attacked by ipthous fever iis estimated at nearly 10 each and in dairy cows much more The disease iis primarily a skin affection and is especially se vere about the mouth udder and feet developing severe and extensive bUsters about these parts The hoofs as appendages of the skin slit fer great damage in neglected case sheepThemainly in the local application of an tiseptics nnd should always be given by a competent veterinarian The in fection of apthous lever appears to be entirely transmitted by direct con tact with disease products and chief ly affects hiiman through milk from sick animals whets it may produce dangerous irritation of the intestines It is plain the most radical means should be taken to tampout the dis ease on its first appearance mid lim- It outbreaks to the smallest IJO territory and it is in every iblpII t subject for control by local boards Apthous fever iis one of 1I small group of diseases communi cated to man by domestic animalri among which rabies or dog sundaes is the most common nod distressing Glanders and carbuncle or malig nant postule both fortunately quite rare are examples ofthis class while able authorities still deny the possi bility of consumption or bovine tu Ocrculosis being transmtted from cattle to man SANITARY COW TIE It U Made of Chain and Thoroughly Clean sad for She ln UerIte i un- HlRhlr HectMnmeaded The cleanest possible way to fasten a cow in the stall is by the chain tie Dirt and microbes do not adhere read iily to a chain that is in motion Anther o very important advantage is the freedom of motion allowed the COW The uprights thu hare I in gas pipe EXCELLENT COW TIK Rings a a a permit tthe cow to raise ot lower her head or to move tidewrys the uidthi of the stall ubiic the can not mow nbtad or back more than aI step The snap e hooks into the other end of lh i collar chain rendering iit iimpossible for the cow to get loose I A cement rail f forms the back part of time manger into which the gas pie uprights a are set The uprights c c are shown four feet apart but thii distance should be governed by thy size of the cow The floor is shown at c sloping to the fcuttcr ii the usu- alwn4lA Converse in Farm aud Home i v DAIRY AND LIVE STOCK A thrifty calf and a healthy boy are very muchalike in sense respects Roth are chock full of mischief and always hungry Calves need the best of ntUution especially in winter TIe growth they have attained during the summer must nut be allowed to stop nor mutt they be permitted to become poor now If your cow puts up her foot to push you aside when you go up to her when she does rnotknow 5tapntkickithe cow but IntoXcue me and speak to her the next time you pass her Do not turn a cow If just because she iis old The quest ion of usefulness is far more important then that of age Xot that we should be swerved from our best judgment by Eentiment The butter tub tells the story Milking at five oclock in the after noon of ope day and seven of nnothci is the surest way to verve notice on the cow that youdonot care whether she doe her best or net If you fail on vpr part sIieriJt certajnly not work hard to lciip up her part of the bargain Farm Journal Apple Dud Soil Exhaustion Apple trees are not ns hard on soil ns many have supposed if we will keep the soil in proper physical con dition A bulletin issued by Cornell university shows that in a single yen a crop of apples win remove for the fruit roma single acre 13 poundi of nitrogen one pound of phosphoric add and 19 pounds of potash th leaves on the trees which produce this crtJpoffruit will require It Mjjmds ojijitrogen 52 pounds oi osphori fcsliJ nod lKt pounds of lotaeK Tiertreegrowth vffllrifqnirr 9d5poslnds qf nitrogen 3ti pounds ol lAosphprlc seid pad ls potipd ol potash This looks to ea ie ere tntl a ha tkEoIl jrtt Y believe thati all timings tpBsidetW spplM artl about lIBC juir a Ils corn lat tLr 1 iP i In111rr P t A o j SCHOOL AND CHURCH Fourfifths Qf Chiengoe churchgoers are Catholics Berlin university Is now attended by 7091 students the largest number on record Two churches in XcodeshaMo have offered their bells for tale The rest of the churches have none The church trustees and the pastors agree that the bells are an unnecessary annoy anceThe triklnginltanceto high estate To the bulk of English speaking folk it now means the book of books In Chaucers day it meant any book whatever or fcroll to speak by the card lest equivocation undo us Tracing the word Bible straight home we find it as bublos but another name for the papyrus reed of Egypt EnglishFfleaklng commercial and other enterprises in Calcutta and probably as many more of mixed blood The Y if C A of the city is very active and makes dili posalble clubhouse with dormitory restaurant readingroom and parlors line been erected in the center of the city at a cod of 73000 The building is also a center of religious activities There iis a Society of Christian En deavor in Fenchofu China consist ing of 16 members The society has seven committees not fo many in number as Christian Endeavor societies in America have Their names show how different are the surroiindingsin which plaeedfrolllThese are the committees I On preaching the Cinpel 2 on cheerful giving 3 mifoot binding 4 antiopium 5 on temperance 6J on Bible study 7 charity There sic not committees on flowers or en tertainments no sunshine or what soccer committees I OWLS IN WINTER When Taken frotu Their Itelreal They Shot Their ura and FeIgn Heath Owls are really much commoner in wiuter than one is led to believe by the occasional specimens which are seen abroad in tthe daytime If we searched the hollow trees systematically this morning we should probably discover several screechowls and perhaps some of the larger species We might be surprised to find some of the screech owls red anti others gray nnd like the early ornithologists we might conclude that the difference in color was due to difference in age or sex It is now known that there are two dis tinct color phases of this species not thoughjustnot yet known says Womans Home Companion When taken from their retreats in uiuler these hints often feign death Miqtting their eyes and lying perfectly still in the hand lly und by when they find that their little ruse does not succeed they will snap their bills and bite and scratch in n solemn but very effective manner How they manage to get enough to cat on these dark cold nights is a mystery to those un acquainted with the woods but as a matter of fact there is more prey abroad on winter nights than is gen emily supposed Wild mice are very numerous a fact which is attested by their footprints on the newly fallen snow and on n bic most expert mouse catchers Their hearing s so acute tlat not a squeak escapes them and they themselves are so soft on the wing that they do not alarm the game Old Alaska Flour Mills That wheat has grown in A in skaI a century ago is proven by the disc iveryof two old flour mills built by the subjects of the czar In the southern part of the territory Cleveland Leader HUMOROUS yedonttroit Free Ircw Iu1UngltTruthlies diverChlcagcPost Judge What Iis your age madam Witness Im nt least five years younger tliaTi the neighbors think me Philadelphia Press hleVimat should you say Carrie if I asked to be relented from my en gagement Shmel think it would make me love yoirmore than ever Boston Transcript Easily Explained Jennie said the fond mother why do you throw your clothes on the flour that way Do you really want to know asked the precocious youngster Of course Well its because its easier than hanging them upChieago Post HappyGoLucky The fellow hit it right when he said a pessimist is one who is always looking for worms in cliefctmits Downlnthse3louthAnd- I suppose on optimist is one who likes to eat the worms without going to the trouble of looking for themlenn sylvania lunch Bowl Out of Their Element Pretty tiresome is nt it remarked the first man at a reception It is so replied the other Id sneak out if I could but my wife would get mad SheV a friend of the hostess Id sneak out too but my wife would be furious Shes the hostcIIPbiladelpblaPrele RUSSIAN JEWS ADAPTABILITY AKhooBh lladly Handicapped OB Cornier to America lie Make ilia War Iretty Well To ilispel an erroneous inference we must emphasize that the stunted appearance of the Jew by no means incapacitates him front meeting the usual contingencies of everyday life As has been shown by Herbert Spencer tail and muscular men who can liftI great weights jump great heights or usuallytimethe strain of modern life or do hard work under unfavorable conditions In the case of the Jew we may observe the energy he lacks in his muscles is chiefly concentrated in his nervous system thus adapting isbn to with stand the hazards of modern civiliza tion when brute force is of rather secondary importance says the Re view of Reviews Arriving at New York the Russian Jew fluds himself handicapped to n greater extent than immigrants of other nationalities Besides the lack of the English language he also finds all the conditions different from those under which he was reared in his native country It must be recalled that the industrial development of Russia particularly the 15 governments of the Pale is at least 50 years behind that of the United States Any trade that ho may have spent years in ac quiring be must learn Oyer again ac cording to American methods The only useful qualification a Russian immigrant brings over with him to the United States is his adaptability This lie has acquired during constant mi bringing and their civilizations and rendering his organism pliable This environment is peculiar to the Jews to such an extent that scientists arc inclined to consider them 41 cosmopolitan people who can live and prosper in all continents in all climates and under any environment Another character istic of the Jewish immigrant is his readiness to absorb and assimilatenew lOnceptions or two generations the descendants of that uncouth Russian Jew appropriate American modes of life and activity and are no more to be distin pupalotion sponse to new environment and new spirit of the time ART AND COMMERCIALISMB- y WILLIAM ORDWAY PARTRIDGE Tbe Sculptor E HAVE never improved upon Bacons definition of art I man added to nature but with what kind of man are asII to deal in the additionI I CANNOT EMPHASIZE TOO STRONGLY MY FAITH IN THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN ART THOUGH AT THE MOMENT IT IS CONFRONTED BY THE DANGERS OF COMMERCIALISM The artist responds to the demands of his time He reflects inevitably the needs the life of the people What arc the peoples present demands Is not art with us just a question of the Dewey arch versus the Flatiron building The beautiful arch in honor of tile conqueror of Manila that for so short a time decorated Madison square New York was the test work of its kind that has been produced within a century True it was not wholly original It borrowed from I the Arch of Trajan in the Roman forum but to the classic model it added much and in its proportions its symmetry and its essential beauty it surpassed contemporary European work just as the White City at Chicago surpassed what Berlin Pars and other European capitals have done in exposition architecture Yet the Dewey arch is gone Its fragile beauties were not made permanent and in its stead as we come down Fifth avenue we are gaUeybyFlatiron building It is a cruel shame that beautiful Madison square should be desecrated by one of the ugliest structures in existence by a monster that violates every principle of architecturral art by a great aggressive monument commercialism Where shall the halt be called Boston has passed an ordinance regulating the height of buildings will other American cities follow suit or will they leave themselves at the mercy of deformity and grotesqueness Before we can have a real art the man that we add to nature must be a real man a patriot a wholesouled American who knows that life to be worthy must be dominated by sonic other spirit from that of conquest and commercialism it must be tpuchcd by atf indwelling sense of the beautiful Our sociological students understand They know that to demise the shuns JsqlQt enough nor to solve the tenement house Problem They arc pleading always for f grass and trees and foun ttails and statues in the squares They are working always to bring Beauty into the lives of the people chitfit J Is Bpl THE INTERPRETER OF t L tYiQrT PEJ5 JtviituMwtlta f jf 1 BSlfJ J I 7Mtfl ifi tl MJC5HT BYTHE GRIP RELEASED BY PEH NW iJ Iit Congressman Gee H Whites Case f A Noted Sculptress Cured tY I The world i ot medicine recognizesGrip demiccatarrh I Medical Talk I IIIIIIIIII ailllIE is epidemic catarrh It LApare no class or nationality The and the ignorant the aristocrat and the pauper the masses and the classes are alike tubjcct to la grippe None are exemptall are II able Have you the grip Or rather has the grip got you Grip is well named grippehas intendingtothat exactly describes the case Ax if un druggist Peruna GOT A NEEDED LESSON I Haril Kur ot lie Salt and 11cr Km lloyrr Uasv Ilrr Sotnrlhlnjt fur Her Memor The furgetmlncis of errant is the bane of all houckrprr A London merchant mae tciTini iraQ althoui K ttrtMng many j toed rjuailie was at lint very foigetful I taik fault was especially anaoring at meal j me evsen semetisirg evntial was sure i to b Icill from tue tablcrrlato the Men YOlk1lmc OCt day the family were seated at the table and the bell was rung as uual The girl diniisgrooisiMmis jut run and I fetca tic bit tepla4der Gown from the attic and liritg a Maria hrreIdinner gave I but ran up flights n to- eca town time tl ladder In about iivr I micutci she returned to the room anticg with her exertion sw7 said Hirr B put it up itthat era of the room and climb to the top Minn ilidai else was told and when the was jt lac tcp JIm B quietly cbIseiritt Mauryou hue now got a Letter view than toling jet look around and tell u tabletvTnuiettlfd the bisitmes Maria has ncvct loigottfu the Jeou UItUITII Beautiful IndianI Tre wciva for the liomweeker and in estor wonderful result greater pofibilN I jeli The M K T lly iis the pioneer In han Territory line smutsixl of the largest owns aip located directly on its lines i Vrite for pamphlet Address James fcufcer Urn Pass Agent M K T Ky 101 Wainwriglit HMg M Louis Maude Belle siid the other day when lit FIW joi tiirg us jet up saris a deeper Jc Mmyummie flirtation attn Yourmgroz5IC could I Kihimore Auirioan j i I tyIZdkeptj I pent for mood and drink and other trip I pery Puck Torte solid urougli trains daily failago to Californial Chicago Union Pacific oS Xturtlmeetera Line It ometime take a long time to make up a little mind Ilams Horn some hideous giant with awfulGrip had citIiesterrible monster Peraca for Grip Mrs Theophile Schmitt wile or time ExSecretary of the German Consulate writes the following letter from 3417 Wabash avenue Chicago I suffered this winter attack of la grippe IllIbottles of Peruna I found disappeared Mrs T ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of See PieSlaBs Wiapper Below Te 7 MBall nd s s17 I to take as ISIWlfSI FM IEAUCNE Fll IIZZINCSS FM IIUIMS1ESS Fit TUMI LIVER FBI CIHSTiPATIIR FII8AUJWSKIR ru ThECSMPLEXIUssas LPrIIe r 1 LJJ CUE RICK I4LADACH= A REYOUSATISFIEI Are you entlrelraaulsfted with the goods rou bur smut wlxh the prices that you pay Over 2pnnono people are tradlmr with us and srcttlnr their goods at vkiltsalt fricet Our IOOOpacc ratalome will be sent on receipt oi 15 cent Ittells the story I The house CHICAGOI I nc Ithzts u4 Cbfllre C4 ThKMYsHusA1a7IIuIkt- ml staves cups sy svaav tpcvswss o- nV Sprains Cuts Burn Bruises OU andPorL9meness ur JlOrseII seed a joocfLisiimeqt attjmesone that penetrates sindh3 cana1waysdcpeadupouTIL OLDKBL1ABLEft of I s 1 cf 1 iwr MECAiN I i l i I IU tW I k 1 ftIIof J Mrs Celeste CoveR writes from 219 N avenue Aurora 111 withhaI tappre J elate how grateful feel that such a i2 splendid medicine as Peruna has been placed at the door of every suffering personMrs C Covell Scutptre Cured of Grip Co Cooper of the Royal Acad IIXoteelArts of London England now in Washington D c is one 08 living sculptorsand paint IIthe saysIrecommendingPeruna have suffered for months and after the jsuse of one bottle of Peruca 1 am en CooperD1 of I the International Barbers Union iwrites from 15 Western Avenue Min =neapolis Minn- Following a severe attack of la fJIM grippe I seemed to be affected badly all 2 overll Oueof my customers who wasgreat S tryitday Sow my head is clear my nerves are steady 1 enjoy food and rest well Peruna has been worth a dollar a dose to ineD L Wallace Lieutenant Clarice Hunt of the Salt Salntion1fiRArmy l Twb months ago I was suffering s withso severe a cold that I could hard 1 Ily speakOur captain advised me to try Pe runa and procured a bottle for me and truly it worked wonders Within two weeks I was entirely wellClarice Hunt I Congre aao White Lette- rTarboroNC L Gentlemen I am more than sails tied with Peruna and find It to be liD i excellent remedy for the grip and cm tarrh I have used It In my tastily and they allJoin me In recommending OeorztIf r Mrs T W Collins Treasurer Inde pendent Order of Good Templars of jAfterollaIPerunaIcured me3trs T W Collins If you do not derive prompt and sat Peigiving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Ask your for a free Almanac tll rVia Dubuque Waterloo sad Albert LeaII I Fast Vestibule Night train with throcjh I 1 Sieepice Car BuffetLibrary Car and Free I ReclioioK Chair Car Dining Car Scene IIcu route Tickets of agents ol I C R R I IIand connection lines A H HANSON 0 P A CHICAOO J1 FREE TO WOMENprove the healing and II1POerot PaUla llrlarge AntlMRtlewcwill trial package book of Initraetlooi free This In i rIITo tiny sample but a larye e enough to convince of Its value Women over the country are Paxtlne for what It s done tn local treat mem or female ilia ear lag all Inflauunat Ion and discharges wonderful as a cleansing vaglnai douche for sore throat nasal catarrh as a mouth wash sad to remcre tartar and whiten jhe teeth Send today a postal card will do ltI1nler soot plpld by a Hur panaeH TB1KI AXT9K ceM55l ColaaiDasAT The BarcelonaBrace Rrtomroended by phyudini as the simplest mac at and cheapest brace in the world for men women tad chudrtn Pievents consumption spinal trouble jid round bouldcn It particularly apttt ta yuusggbbandl iessskhauubidmteforthme carter without in nil effects Can be laondned thus kerpin it coiutintly clean Mailed louT address in the United Sass or Canada upon rtecifc ofone dollar In orMof send roeuurenMDt tann from pit to top of shoulder and from tope boulder to hip tUo itate if it ii for male or frniale and age Money flidfy refunded ifnot tadifactor Make remimnces payable and rtmtc to 0 A MACBtNALD AUMfer m gait Fourth Street nXOUTNATI ONIL fL I 4 LIVE STOCK AKD MISCELLANEOUS 4 Electrotypes IK GREAT VAXIXTT fl FOR VAXK AT TXX LWJ8T PIdXI U ANKELLOGG NEWSPME1 CO 335 Wilt FWh Sine OactamM piuLW CiURT s awg a qvicnursaicnnwrst ff- N K 154 a L HK DDLI 1 d tM DftJuedDwnEr Feeling In the l insII NerroosseM terming sleep despon I denyveometbingti thoee reInsin your case they are holding the I I reins and driving you Into serious trouble L SarsaparillaActs on the kidneys It contains the best andII toningthese j HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY March 23 1908 Willie Elam a student of theI academy has a very severe case of mumps at the dormitory Dr Center reports the birth of- tt a boy to the wile of Wm Risen near Daysboro on Sunday 22nd 1 1instI i ITCHING oozing scaling Salt cored by Hoods Sarsa parilla the great unequalled remedy for every kind of SKIN DISEASE Mrs Lillie McLin has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a nice mess of elegant porksausage 7 Joe Rose of Stillwater on Mon day bought of his father Robert Rose a yearling horse colt for 50 to be paid in work etc equivalent to cash Mrs James B Cecil who for two weeks has been quite sick part of the time unable even to sit up in bed was reported as slowly mend ing yesterday While en route Saturday nigh to see his sick brother H F Pie ratts horse fell and threw him so r shaking him up that he has since been quite sore Mrs Phoebe Cox of Blackwater r is at the home of her nephew H F Pieratt of our town confine- to her bed and under treatment of Dr Nickell for pulmonary trouble Willie Swango of Mt Sterling one day last week bought of Els berry Little of Gillmore a pair of mules for which he paid 385 including set of harness for them The Breathitt News announces that it has added a cylinder press to Its plant and THE HERALD con rgfitulatee Bro Hagan upon this evidence of increasing prosperity lJ My order is out for a fine assort mTnt of wall paper and I shall1 Beryemy a customers with the nicest and cheapest the market affords My paper will be directly from the factory J T GEVEDON D B Tyree of Stillwater has a S4 welldeveloped case of measles I was so pronounced at first that i was feared it might be smallpox but he was gratified to learn that it was only measles A protracted meeting is in pro gress at the Presbyterian church conducted by Rev Wm Tyler of the M E- Cameron church south and Revs and Beale who are denominated Divine Healers Curtis Pieratt of Consolation t t neighborhood was seized suddenly on Saturday night with nenralgiao pains and for awhile seemed in a dangerous condition On Wednesday he was again seized with pains and cramps and was thought to be dangerously ill but recovereds 1 CASTORIAI IIr IiiuSt uA CUUm 1K laM xJx deers teas- titgsatarN ot- LL 1 The old log school house at the forks of Grassy creek and the Nickel forks known as the Can xe key school was destroyed by fire olio night last week The building c had been condemned and sold to Buchanan Rose and the fire was undoubtedly of incendiary origin t- Y x Y The students of the academy OB a Trench donated a sum safficient tpTpsrchase 100 shade trees which will be Mt out in the campus yard Tl2i ristp known as water maple will bed and the trees will be Hts iflillenBieyer Sons Lexington iRrlw make a litlfrate in considerj atloQ of she cause fait auto the star aad striper SMS aerer japes Lsirs of tforldly irepete AeEtiscDalllka taftetisarkeiltate all plu S ITto buy easy to s iieverladeewe tdte s eko- 1IOt M OniO filta I f1 I1aWJameet Finch oenearrunting tOo W Va is visiting his broth Uncle Joshua Finch of Lacye reek and it is tho first time they have met in 40 years About the beginning of the war the family thonliving in Ohio scattered into different sections The gentleman now visiting hero had never been heard from until ha announced his presence last Friday but once about three years ago in all that time and that was through the James contingent in Coles county Ill who informed Uncle Josh that his brother was then a resident of that neighborhood The old man who has just showed up is gray even to whiteness though only 75 years old but he is very active for his years Uncle Josh is 77 according to his brothers record but has counted himself 70 quite feeble and nearly blind Burn ie son of the latter from whom the facts were gleaned says the meeting be tween his father and uncle was the most affecting scene he ever wit nessed both of them being too full for utterance for some minutes and that all present shed tears Miss Ida M Snyder Trmwr et tl tEreIs a Xaa Bed Art =str M H women would pay more atteaUea to their health ins Ww have wart happy yWCMIWdiet the doctors pnscrleM dr net 5JwaCrMItMia cvnsulUiM with my dra cist he se vises KeEIrees Wise of Cardul and Thed saddI every life opentsl up to me with restored health sad It only took three mosjths to cwc me Wine of Cardui is aregulator of the menstrual functions and is a most as tonishing tonic for women It cures irregularandpainfuli of the womb whites and flooding It iis het l when approachiDI womanhood d PregDDCy after child birth and in change of life It fre quenUy brings a dear baby to homes that hire been barren All druggists hare 100 bottle of Wise of Cardmi WINECARDUI Sell His Newspaper Geo B Chase of Stantou has sold that newsy little product of his brain and brawn yclipt The Powell County News to J E Bur gher of the Clay City Times But hyt appear independently or the purchase be pied is beyond our ken A iMurktfclt Cur One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deepseated on the lungs causing pneumonia is that of Mrs Gertrudo 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 in weight from 148 to 92 pounds I tried a number of remedies to no avail until lusedOneMinuteCougb Cure Four bottles of this won derful remedy cured me entirely mylungemal weight health and strength Goiil te OUakoma Ollie Murphy and wife Grassy left Monday for Winchester where his mother Mrs Wells is at present sojourning and tho presumption prevails that both families Wells and wife and Murphy and wife will soon remove to Oklaho ma where Mrs Wells is said to have bought a farm tat Hip Hone Those who climb mountains fre quentl find the diziy depths too much for them andloao their nerve Such is also the experience of those whoneglecttheir stomachs or bow els Self reservation demands Dr Kings New Life PIlls They are gentle butthorough Only 25c at J T Days Hazel Green and S S Combs alt Sons Campton drug gists CHY1IJ JL fire at LeoCity on Thursday last destroyed the Dewey Hotel and a storeroom adjoining bot the property of Clay Rose Neith er of the buildings were insured and Mr Roses loss is about 5000 omeefthofnrnitnre was saved fribm the hoteh TICaia CtWIaOM lily akaLaxative J QuWIa Tablets All iodtlsaaaon eti1fit111r1kWt a Lw Groves er ifc fibs aT J iit t fJ l Ie The p zitigstIsareilguedy lust deyelopedrdtber a1iteietLe 4 of affaiw Six converts were to be I immersed and three ministers were chosen for the ceremony each one taking two converts as follows Samantha and Santie Creech chose Rev Barney Blaukenship Volney j and Polly Brewer picked Rev Joe Miller while John Beasley and a son of Breck Maloney thought the Rev Jeff Brewer was the proper caper The Brewer converts tho baptized by Miller are the children of the last named divine But another feature still further compli cates the case and that is while all three ministers are Baptists they hold to different reeds Blan kenship being a Missionary Brew er a Regular and Miller we believe is of the Old School The performance was simultaneous each one submerging a candidate at the same momentjj sere Kiti 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 immedi ately employed Theres nothing so efficient to cure disorders qf the liver or kidneys as Electric Bitters Its a wonderful tonic and effec tive nervine and the greatest nIlI around medicine for run down sys tems It dispels nervousness rheu matism and neuralgia and expels malaria germs Only 50c and satisfaction guaranteed by J T DayI Hazel Green and S S Combs do Sons Campton druggists Dtatk of Sam Amyr Sam Amyx who married old Uncle Billy Rothwells daughter at Rothwell Ky and a few years ago was sent to the insane asylum at Lexington died in that institu tion on Tuesday morning and his remains were shipped to Chambers Station where they were consign ed to the graveyard at Under Nim Wills home on Wednesday Death Rate Decreaiiif The 1900 census shows a decrease of 10 per cent in the general death rate The decline in consumption 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 iis nothing anywhere just as good for lung and throat troubles It is positively guaranteed by J Taylor Day Hazel Green and S S Combs alt Sons Campton druggists Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free Was Glad to Fiii Hia Well James Haulsey a prominent OddFollow of near Campton hear ing that a brother of the order Tom Dunn of Stillwater was sick on Sunday paid him a fraternal call Upon arrival he learned that Mr Dunn was himself out visiting whereupon he remarked I would rather find him away from home than sick in bed at ho- meWUDS Consumption is a human weed flourishing best in weak lungs Like other weeds its easily destroyed while young when old sometimes im possibleStrengthen the lungs as you wouldweak land and the disappearThe is porkisto digest The time to treat consumption is when you begin trying youOthersrself Dont wait until you cant longerBeginto take ScOtt 5 Emulsion If it isnt really consumption so much the better you wiljsodh forget it and be better for the treatment If itJis consumption you cant expect to be cured at once but if you will begin in time and will be rigidly regular in your treat ment you will win Scotts EmujsioB fresh air rest alb you can eat all you andhthats the best treatment We will dead you a little of Ute EwsJ sieD fret 1farr tW ra- sMiisyeeily 11 JIr c SCOTT SOWN CI pegcgflit w Y- t t JIc f t t L o AIMrIlrrrmr tDr Nicktll was called to Lee City Monday to see Clay Rose and having occasion to go out in town that night for medicine was accompanied by a little son of Mr Rose In going back Dr Niokell discovered what he thought was a fire in the big Henderson mill to which he called the lads atten tion The tot grasped the situation and running to the mill he tooted the whistle so vociferously that in a short time he had a score of men on the scene and the fire oat thus saving valuable property He was a little hero and in years to come may prove a very big one Dr Nickell says the tots size the suddenness with which he took in the situation and his prompt work was wonderful The StMUCk It tie Mo- A weak stomach weakens the man because It canuot transform the food he eats into nourishment Health nd strength cannot be restored to any sick I man or weak woman without nits t restoring health and strength to the 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 Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cleanses purifies sweetens and strengthens the glands and membranes of the stomach and cures indigestion dyspepsia and all stomach troubles hairs Tear Life With Ctrtii In another part of this paper- appearafhe ad of the State Mutual Cof of Massachu is represented by our young friend Curtis B Rose at McCausey Ky The illustration in that id is a reminder that in the midst of life we are in death and it behooves every man who has a wife and chil ran during his health to provide for his loved ones after he is dead and gone The cost is insign Scant as com pared to the ben fits and you dear reader shoul see Mr Rose at once and insure j our loved ones against want when you shall have passed to the silent beyond DR FEWS KIDNEYand Backache All diseases ef tuaar Dropsy aekNurtDtta Also ales restate D KlCURE Beat keeesae aiSMvaiva Tasre Is a nil fsryeas If necessary write Dr Fenner He baa spent a life time curing just sock cases as yours All consultations Tree TOUT Kidney and Backache Curs boa eurea two rery bad cues among our custo more the put year whom the doctors had tlvaa up J L STILL CO Woodland la DrtwjUtisOc Ask for Cook Boole Jm uIuu SfNWEPeaaer F rI New Idea Weauai Maitziie The Easter atmosphere pervade- the pages of the April number of the New Idea Womans Magazine like a harbinger of spring Among the articles of especial interest to be noted are NcwArt in Silver ware by Mrs Oliver Bell Bunce The Layette by Napcy Hull The Woman With a Purpose by Mrs Will Cumback j Floral Work that April Brings by Benjamin B Keech the first of the Mother Talks by S D Gardner East Indian Cookery by Edith M Bnrtis and seven excelleLt short stories by the best writers In add ition there are charming examples of verse and many new ideas in all departments that interest women The Met Thickens But that has nothing to do with the fact that there is not a better salve on earth than Bucklens Ar nica Salve Its a reliable cur for burns bruises cuts corns sores and lalt rheum Tried and tested and proved infallible for piles Only 25c Satisfaction guaranteed DayHazelSous Campton druggists wI New Oa the Tripod Inadvertently ire have failed to note that the Freucbburg News has an assistant editor in the per son of our old friend Billy Wood house of Lexington who for tw years past we have been hoping to provide with a lifesit on THE HERALD But we could not do so until recently lad then we dicov eyed that he had been scooped by our mutual friend Dick White and as it iit M tis we hope his lines have fallen in pleasant places and congratulate Brer White upon hit good fortane We sell the high grade White and New Goodrich sewing ma IUPPc1itlofaIl ireetfroAfattoriesYeef siw Jz T GtviDOw i r r = i4j Io tI t I fire Kaystofta of Good Health is pure food Lion Coffee is aB coflea no glazing of eggs or glue to conceal de qualityFresh in flavor because always in sealed packagesnever in bulk May Rnm For Gouty Judge J M Taylor justice of the peace of thp Stillwater district was in town Tuesday and gave THE HER ALD office a call The Squire was in the best of spirits and was look ing hale and hearty and from his talkwe think he is a prospective candidate for county judge The people mightdowell to electSqnire Taylor for their next chief justice He says the roads are bad And as muddy as creation He thinks the roads should be made And kept up by taxation A Flue at a Rsalaal Price Chicago largest music house Lyon Healy announces a Clearing Sale of Pianos This iII owing to the fact that their ware rooms are being eutirely remodelled Ser eral hundred fplendid instruments are offered without reserve until all are sold In this stock are a number of Steinwsy and Knabe pianos and new and secondhand piano including instrument of the follow lug wellknown makes Miller Mason alt Huntingtonetc etc In quare pianos there are floe toned instrument at 25 140 60 and up wars In Upright Pianos neat instrument at 100 120 f140 150 165 190 200 and upwardIn Paby Grand tome nice specimen at 250 and upward Nearly all these piano were intended to sell for ranch more then these clearing sale price Lyon Healy will send a list and full particulars upon application Any piano not proving entirely satisfactory may be returned at objectin1 chance to obtain a piano for in proportion to the saving to be made the freight charges alreadyknow respoDdblllt1dealing Write at your early convenience so as to avoid disappointment WANTEDA TRUSTWORTHY GEN mangebUllnaasolid financial standing A straight bona fide weekly cash salary of 1800 paid by check each Wednesday with all expenses direct from headquarters Money Kdvanrrd for expense Manager 340 Caxton Build log Chicago 3442 IOIL1 TIle Hazel Green 4 Oil ana Gas Go INCORPORATED Is now ready to do business Home office Hazel Green Ky costsdesirable laiii A definite amount of the aparttgpurposesAll ableFor president tary Wm H Cord IXAS I 11toeoesterjflWINCHESTER N H WiTiiERsroojr President It U HUNTER Cashier X rata Up Capital 10000000 8arplu j s j 9000000 Handsome Deposit of 40431C48 This bank solicits the accounts of emerchants formers traders and bus iness men generally throughout Fast X em Kentucky and otters its custom en evaKfacility and the most liberal limits of legitimate j banking loct2lv ooasooooooo ooo ooooo oo Tax Lana Sate Mice School District No 5 Wolfe Coo ty Kentucky As Treasurer of the above named die trict on MONDAY APRIL 6 1903 at 1 oclock pm at the court house door in Camptou I will proceed to tell taxesodue me as Treasurer the above named district for the year 1 902 the land of the following named persons situated within maybecost as indicated herein The land levied on as the property of Miles Wad kiD who isdue SUO of taxes is bound Id on the south by the land ratSpencer on the east by A O Easton on the west by France Drake on the north MilesWadkins324 1 Treasurer Fincaslle Ky V Re i A1 S4AL11E r Owing to the- Continued Warm Weather We are BADLY E TOCKEDif1 IN i OVERCOATS 1 Ii I THOUSANDS Of OvercoatsPOi MEN AND BOYS AT COSTwx- nRegardless of Cost t CBui Earn aam Bet BaigaHs Louis j Gps Strauss LEXINGTONS GIEAT CLOTHING HOUSE CLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTOR 4N0 BUILDERSl 208208 E LEXINGTON KYJ MainII Honest mate ial imaster mechan ics and consci ncious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfa tion is guaranteed Strcnth In IIj I Theres health and strength in a bottle of pure Beer And Lexing ton brew has purity and quality Barley in it for food Hops for tonic And just enough alcohol to aid digestion Essential to tho weak healthful for anybody A standard high grade beer Un surpassed for table use and medicinal purposes The beer that nour ishes cheers and invigorates LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR THE SALE OF Cattlea Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI O ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY ConaigunsMsolicited THE CHICAGO POST slLcp Ewj Mi TN CifeKi PHt MEHtlftrtU itoH ml our TH GMuti rut EItfJ OflSLS Hir s iWI ml MfTte CUnci hetrEwi IU I MpW IMrll rIM IfTN NIhIt THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE lEST IIS IIIE TH Mil FH YH Sobserlba tkraita TOW coaaalsslon ana aswsattlar or publisher of aewaper swtalalac Ola advstMMsseai Bassfte ooetes seat free oa nqoeet Address THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III 6 tifWa OF EVERY DESOWPTJOH SWJ JT NEATLY CHEAPLY AND- PROMPTLYEECUTEDt 3 t AX THIS OFFICE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JK ALL OASES + c 1T- if 4- tj i l ri j 1- C 7 t t1tI tt i I- J 1 1 Y p 1ii941iIt t- Y A r yI st