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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Trti fc 3v rI rOt 0 1O1 SUBSCWPIION RATES 100Six55Three30SingleIndicatetime05The e I renew 10 days before time is always give postoffice address state when changed renewing or to shouldII Remittances should be made 0 registered letter or bank I dranJaeeeeaeeeoeaoeeoe 000 DO a e 0 i Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell v = 0 EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 2 1903 NUMBER 35 8PENCKU COOPER P Always In Adrance I h For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatiure of In- Use For Over Thirty Years Brought Valuable Gifts to Ex press their Devotion Wise Men of Today Regard +LIFE INSURANCE + IN THE State mutual Life Assurance Go of Mass- A one of the Most Vnlualile Gifts they can Bestow on Their Families BBe a Wise Man Today and Make Application for Policy to- G aL SIOES McCAUSEY KY Special Agent for East Kentucky 0 WM COLGAN GENERAL AGENT 401402 Mutual Life Building LOUISVILLE KY ii J R PHILIJIl S ItLEE CITY KENTUCKY Practical Barber DHair Dresser Everything uptodate Public patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed YVVVVV V VYYVYVVYVV v FARMS FOR SALE OR RENT 4 r Business locations secured in growing towns in 0 Oklahoma and Indian Territories Town and City fr property remarkably cheap The Great Southern 4 1 ti and Frisco Rail Road Systems give the most direct 4 route and the best facilities for reaching Oklahoma and Indian Territory 4 Special Rates First and Third Tuesdays in Aprili I 0 ADDRESSyKentucky Oklahoma I T Land and Tonsill Co P 0 Box 341 or call at office 54l E Short Street y 4y LEXINGTON KYYI 0EA few remaining shares of stock for sale at 10 per share 4 A large dividend is assured 0 JULIUS EDWIN WRIGHT Preiiieit 0 C P ONBT Secretary xTTTOWiJSON treasurer 0 04440400400 foooOoooo o o T iZ THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD YEAROwnerCASIORIA iTOR1Ais We have just received 20000 NoteheajJe 10000 Envelopes 10000 Letterheads dec and will print thorn to order at a very low price for the cash ii I THE HERALD nnISPENCER CooPER Editor I i TICKErII i I TIIK Fiscal Courts of 75 counties in the stato will meet on the 7th inst and at this meeting a propo sition will be made to them to make an appropriation towards the fund for a Kentucky building and Kentucky exhibit at the Lou isiana Purchase Exposition W county is one of the 75 It cICeI be hoped that this matter will taken up by our magistrates and given full and favorable consider ation This is a work that concerns the entire state Wolfe as deeply concerned as any isI cannot afford to be amiss in its share The Kentucky Exhibit Association has laid plans which if carried out in full will give the state the finest advertisement of its resources and products it has ever had It has secured space many times larger in each depart meut than the state had at the Chicago Worlds Fair it has begun the work of collecting exhibits it has selected a design for a hand some state building it is pushing its work in every way and the people of the state cannot afford to be backward in doing their share The gentlemen connected with thu association are doing this work for nothing purely out of their in terest in seeing the state well represented at what it is now assured will be the greatest ofall the Worlds Fairs We hope Wolfe county will be found in line with the other progressive counties of the state in helping this goodwork HON X B HAYS for some years a resident of Hazel Green where he was the first instructor in Hazel Green Academy and to whom a large number of our young men and young women are indebted for their initial education now lives at Pineville and is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Attorney General It will be seen that he hails from the black dis trict where a Democrat has just about the same chance as a cat in hwithout claws He is one of 17000 Democrats in the district where the only incentive for being a Democrat is love of principle At every election they go to the polls and vote and in national and state elections have the satis faction of knowing that they count 17000 to the Democratic majority and that but for them someof the state ticket would not be elected But it is rather discouraging to see all the county and district offices filled by Republicans Such loyal fidelity as theirs should be recog nized and rewarded by the Demo crats of the state at large and the opportunity is now Mr lays is the only aspirant for office from his district he represents 17000 Spartans is individually worthy and under all circumstances should be accorded the nomination by acclamation Unless these isolated 17OiX patriots are recognized pa tience may cease to be a virtue and they may be absorbed by the dominant party The Tenth dis trict will give Mr Hays an almost solid vote and he should meet the same encouragement all over Ken tucky But read below his letter PINEVILLE KY March 27 1903 DEAR SIR I write to ask your valua LIe aid in my race If my friends will go to the polls I have the race won I am the olay candidate from the Eleventh Congressional District and the 17000 Democrats of this district are entitled to representation on the state ticket The 7th Congressional District has a candi date for the following places Hon W P Thorne lieutenant governor Hon Henry Bosworth treasurer Hon T T Hedger commissioner of agriculture Rev Thos Arnold superintendent public instruction and one of my opponents Hon Ira Julian for attorneygeneral The 8th Congressional District has Hon IL J Breckinridge governor Morgan Cbino clerk appellate court Hon John B Chenault and one of my opponents Hon Willard Mitchell The 4th Die trict Hon J C W Beckkam governor Hon Josh Griffith and Gas Richardson treasurer tad another of nay opponents AyersMalaria Ague Cure positive specific for bilious malaria chills and fever malarial poisoning malarial debility malarial dyspepsia dumb AgSZff Hon Chas Carroll We have never had recognition on the state ticket and I appeal to the sober and impartial judgment of the Democracy of the state if this iis fair and just to my ditrict Hoping you will go to the polls and help me I am Must sincerely N 15t HAYS THE HEUALD is under obligations to Col T T Hedger by rea son of that gentlemans attitude toward the Tenth district and is- Issupporting him for the office of commissioner of agriculture but j it is not antagonistic to Mr VreeI land the present assistant commissioner who is also an aspirant for the same office Mr Vreeland is a newspaper man worthy and capable for the duties incumbent upon a commissioner and to be opposed by such a man does honor to the aspirations of Co Hedger And they are both good Democrats Tired Its hard work to take care of children antI to cask weep wash sew and mend Iheckles Tired mothers should take Hoods Snraapo rillaIt refreshes the blood improves the appetite assures restful sleep During a row at Lee City Satur day afternoon last a son of James Strickland was stubbed by a man named McCormick whereupon the latter was shot in the shoulder by Clay Rose It was at first thought Stricklands wound would prove fatal but later reports say he will recover Particulars have as yet not been learned here lakes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like dning a thing thoroughly Of all the salve you ever heard of bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burn Sores Bruises Cuts Boils fleers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 2fc and guaranteed to give satisfaction by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs St Suns Cauipton druggists Robert P Kash Uthe flour king of McCausey Sunday with relatives and friends in our town and left for home Monday Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a tling condi tion of the your linen of kid ney trouble too pass in the back also proof that the and are outof orderWhat Do There comfort the SwampRootwish curing pain In the back liver bladder and every part InabilitytopassingItwine beer and that of being go often during the day and get up many times during the night The mild and the extra effect of SwampRoot soon realized stands the for Its won cascsIfSold by 5Oc andl sizes You may have a bottle of this and a book that tells more about it both sent absolutely free by mall unhealthy frequent convincing knowledge rheumatism kidneys unpleasant necessity compelled ordinary highest druggists wonderful discovery ague Mothers spent kidneys address Dr Kilmer k sam w1lt1ngmcnUon Dont make any mistake remember SwampRootevery bott- leROSE DUNNING PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their im proved facilities A fever sediment or set indicates an kidneys if it stains it Is evidence desire to it or pain Is bladder to Is in so in or overcomes to to Is It best In sample Rome of but oo for blacksmithing and wagonmaking aa well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfaction is guaranteed in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage ia re spectfully solicited and will be duly apo- preciate4 Respectfully CO- i ROE DUNNING rr GQ PT OlIltIEB1 UKXJ SKWEIL Editor VOL I No 18 C C Hanks returned last week from the Indian Territory where he has been to establish his claim to the John Harper estate of which he is a decendant Your editor earnestly hopes that all of willjestate yet ho believes from his information in the premises that the case will be decided ad versely for them from the fat that John Harpers name does not appear of record in the United States land office and through their inability to establish the fact that Harpers failure to register was the result of the governmont clerks in the land office on account of being drank o 0 o Dr W H Tutt of this place went to Jackson last Friday on professional business On Satur day ho was suddenly stricken with paralysis and died a few hours later His remain were brought to this place Monday and buried Tuesday in the Tutt graveyard by the Odd Fellows of which he was a faithful and devoted member With his ninny friends and relatives we deeply mourn his loss o 0 o J F Vansant picked up the courage to invade tho confines of Breathitt county last Tuesday but for what purpose is beyond the ken of human soul1 1on earth or in Heaven His business is in worthy private and he trips the light fantastic in business with gum shoes of a noiseless tread He may be out catching suckers for all we know o 0 o The Hon H N Horlon of Bear pen has handed ye editor 150 to pay his subscription to THE HKKAID up to date with the ex tremely polite request for you to continue to send him Tiff HERALD if you want to and of course you want to Now who will be next to perform a religious duty by paying up in full for THE HERALD l o o- We o opine that by the last of next week we will know whether Campton is to take an oil boom or not as the Si Cabell well will t completed by then We hope i will be such a gusher as to com pletely knock the props from un der the tongueless oil men in the workMrs o o T M Beckett of Freeport Pa is now a guest of the CombsI House for the summer much to the delight of her husband T M Beckett the practical aud reticent oilman o Y o Born March 27th to the wife of Judge J W Congleton a boyt Dr H H Stamper officiating It died on the 28th and was buried on tho 29th in the Campton ceme tery 0 0 o Wm Pence Jr of Holly was in town Tuesday on business WAKTEDA TRUSTWORTHY GEN Uemtn or ladj in each county to manage bailees for an old established house ofsolid financial standing A straight bona fide weekly cash salary of 1800 paid by check each Wednesday with all expenses direct from headquarter Money advanced for BaiidtagChicago X yyyyyyyy BELONGS TO IN 1 j HAZEL GREEN Who carry larger stock and sell Rood than other firm town or this section Give them trial and save money JUDGE FAMOUS POEM IN I The tails the softest In The summer days come oftest In Frienship ia the strongest Loves light glow the longest Yet wrong iis always Lifes burdens bear the lightest In Kentucky The home fires burn the brightest In Kenluckj While players are the keenest Cards come out the meanest The pocket empties cleanest In Kentucky The sun shine ever brightest In Kentucky The breezes whisper lightest- In Plain girls are the fewest Maidens eye the bluest Their little hearts are truest In Orators are the grandest- In Kentucky Officials are the blandest In Kentucky Boys are all the fliest Danger ever nighest And taxes are the highest- In Kentucky The bluegran waves the bluest In Yet bluebloods are the fewest In Kentucky And yet it acta the queerest- In The dovenotes are the saddest beInKentucky In Kentucky Hip pockets are the thick at Pistol hands the slickest The cylinder turns quickest In Kentucky The song birds are the sweetest In Kentucky The thoroughbreds are the fleetest In Kentucky Mountains tower proudest Thunder peal the fondest The landscape is the grandest And politicsthe damnedest In Kentucky With Apologies The railroads are the fleetest In Kentucky Passenger trains the neatest In Kentucky If you wish to travel fist Use the Henderson first and last You dont want your time to waste Thats the road that makes the haste To and thro Republican County Coireitioi The Republicans of Wolfe coun ty will meet in mass convention at the court house in Campton Ky at 2 oclock p m Saturday May 2 1003 for the purpose of selecting delegates to represent Wolfe county in the convention at Paris Ky May 0 1903 to nom inate a candidate for railroad com missioner for the Third district of Kentucky J C HURST Chairman Wolfe Co Rep Com BENJ Secy DM Notice It Served Due notice is hereby served on the public generally that DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the only salve OB the mar ket that iis made from the pare unadul terated witch hazel DeWitti Witch Hazel Salve has cared thousands of cases of piles tUwoald not yield to any other treatment Jfcd this fact bas brought oat ThotepeT MM who get thegeiBiM DeWitta Witch Heel Salve are sever dJaappotated because cars i r I I J J t J II 11 J I III Itt RATESrt da X 1 year 35 00 Iy 1 teAr 20 00 2 Inches 1 year 10 on 1e 1 Inch 1 year 0 00 I AnnoaoccmentaStateaDdDlstrictI I furnished same as locals So a lIoei t 10 010 Itl DC III II r II III THIS SPACE HI FINERATTCOZv DEALERS GOnOI8I Mero1iaiigis KY a cheaper any in in r a MULLIGANS KENTUCKY moonlight Kentucky Kentucky wrongest- In Kentucky Kentucky Kentuckyn Kentucky clearestBy Kentucky gladdestt Kentucky district SEWELL muywortJaleeaconterfeita it I r y IIomes Wealth FOR ALL CAN BE FOUND ALONG THE SPEED WITH US TO TEXAS KANSAS MISSOURI arARKANSASi INDIAN AND TerritoriesOKLAHOMA And points btiond THE FRISCO SYSTEM lira you LOW BATES on the Seat and third Tuesdays of each month For detailed information apply to A D MURRAY Oca Arwt 407Wal BtStnet ONONNATI r Lexington and Eastern Railway s Time Table la Effect October 19 1982 tl EAST BOUND 1 r Daily No2 ex STATIONS II 4 erj r PM Sunday 111 I INo Lye 2 25 0 7 45 am 3 10 LveIol I 20 8 25 am 3 56 HJQ 9 13 am I O6 44 9 23 am I 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 571 9 54 am 4 49 pm 62 Torrent 621JO 08 amf5 II pm 70 BettyveJc 7010 29 am fi 11 pm 90 O4K5uncnjJOll 26 am 6 15 pm 94 Jackson 94 11 30 am WEST BOUND Nol S No3 Daily ex STATIONS = Duily ex Sunday 111 II Sunday AM 10 8 9 8 25 37 10 i ArrII JackaOO1 I IPlIArr I 8 01 am b7 b7 4 let pm pm726amII I 6 29 am 90 Winchester 90 2 30 pm 6 25 am M Lexinjcton94 2 25 pm 0 I I BRANCH EAST BOUND No 33 E is No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS j= Daily ex Sunday Sunday 3 30 01 Jackson 0 11 20 3 35 GO xK Junction 6 11 26 4 17 UWiIliur 11 I1li2 4 30 13 Hampton13 11 liS 5 10 20 Lee City 20 J2 22 S 18 22 HeleebAwa 22 1223 5 45 27 Cannel City 27 12 45 PM Ann PM Au WEST BOUND No 34 2 iH No22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Dally ex Sunday f r Sunday 9 15 9Jackson 2 35 910 6OKJunetioa G 230 8 28 11 Wilbant 11 1 68 d 8 15 13 Hampton 13 1 52 7 35 20 Le City 20 1 28 7 26 22 Helechawa 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City 27 1 05 j 9R+ AM LVL P 1LVL c NUL 3 and 4 make close conaectlou for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Xea l A f ihda5ot 1 and 2 connect at L A E Jad with Chesapeake and Ohio forMt ftjMs i a ftNot lion with L A A for Bealty vllfc feUft cept SeadayJ JLlAn teL iiGteNt JJijr 01U 41f a L T f1 THE HERALD uISPENCERCOOPER Publisher t pI HAZEL GREEN t i t KY QUATRAINS KKSIONSlBtllTY OJr lives trutTolanFormustImpair STRENGTH I AVc train ourUntilweve ITIf our very wrakursso sjThcpillars of our strengtli 1lNClSTlVlTin 4 I ItallldorI strnzThcrgl illaliilThatl A NOUIi II PR A noble life Is not II Man 1011Dut j tillInI Irmnk II Snoot In X Y Imlrpondent r H44 4a iIi i I i 1rgitSII ten me Margaret listcniaimi Iluriied ipiickly ItS I IhrmHItiC students Ithrong tlI from Ithe lectureroom of ItinI ltrlin university and somewhat desperately lintiSat first been a menialI iuestion A swift upward glance at the lull fel low besidei hr tytsjI lI ughinglI S hand Indeed I hate nut Mother let lilt present llcrr Slcrnbergl to whose palieace I three years ugh in hiu form thy1euitseliI my I progress Mrs Iistemaiins frank iinalTcctcdj greeting instantly proclaimed them Americans Ithough one glance at Mar f garets intelligent animated face tumid I indescribably distinctivet style wouldI Shave made known Purr nationality How natural time room looks Margaret saidI glancing around at the timeworn tlt kall1I bnches Her voice was steady and really admirably controlled considering the unusual rate at which Pier heart was beating The consciousness of the ex trcuic absurdity ufjts accelerated I throbs only increased their speed and deepened the flush upon Pier cheeks All this was very unusual fur Marga ret blushing Will hut Pier habit anilI 4 so seldom had she felt the beating of Pier own heart thatI she haul almostI concurred in the dictum of many friends of both sexes Margaret listemann Puns no heart IImpres sionable she certainly was not all her Miwer and depth of biting were reserved held sacred fur one lithaps we may never meet was her tubolllIu thought hilt if he comes IIshutulh feel I shall know I am his alone for all eternity I The one absorbing occupation of her twentythree years of life badI been study natural inclination made her turn to books necessity made her specialize Sher father luau been a genius whose Inventive power lacked practical I tree so others reaped where he tumid1 sown Leaving Ihe fatherland when hilt a lad in America he found wilt child and home linigiiiative high squint in a word a dreamer he couldI Itil1Colic with poverty and life At IT Margaret realized that soon the and htr mother would have hut 1 each other and passionately she sought to absorb into her life the one thing which would recall constantly her idolized father his language She thought drcaincu talked only his loved erinaii It was found at Mr Listcmanns death that nothing was left for his usvifeand child so both must become breadwinners Berlin with its count less advantages became the goal of Margarets ambition that slit might qualify herself to teach anti frivnds leaving almost immediately fur the ierman capital she decided to go with them fur three years study What this separation meant to mother and child none realized but themselves At 20 Margaret was equipped for her work with tilt horn teachers enthusiasm for Purr profession Teach ing almost unremittingly for three years she now felt the necessity fur fresh inspiration and hind returnedI with her mother to her Inveif IterlinI her mind broadened Pus experience and eager fur more knowledge fuuhhumuviuugSWilhciin Sternbergs mcetiHg with bushyStingled with time anticipation of again woumidd1 keep her from Schmitts lecture he JJept reiterating to reassure himself as ho critically selected his necktie casting now and then dubious glances at flue dull sky She is not the girlI W let a few rainclouds house her How glorious she is he murmured 4 every grate of mind and hotly What would a man nut do to win her As though in sympathy with him and ready lo lend hiIirt Ithe Min burst forth radiantly and lightly humming Morgens bring Ich dir die eilchcn Wilhelm hurried forth There are two magnets books and music which tire allpowerful in at tracting men anti women of earnest purpose and high ideals In Wllhelm Hternlerg Margaret met n mann who 1lhmtrouugluhy statisficdi every artistic desire and whose intellectual suprem acy she felt the wofld would later acknowledge Combined with these gifts he possessed a nature of un usual strength a straightforward iny fegrity antI a selfforgetful demotion to high principles which could nit girlajability I Day mouth weeks flevf band i was August the llast day of the snfeiiner KWCSter What is there that 1 tenH tte1lkc J1t1 What Iin At that Nltkei the world so taleas I Ire J I hi ItWUit hv dour 0 ns Margaret left time lectureroom unit aluvrly they walked toward thft Ticrgitrtrii drawing in deep breaths I of the morning air I fcnow here mire hnlulrctU of plo pli hrrr snid Margaret am theysit I iNitenth h Kprmding linden Thud each feels as L ii IKTMUIH ownership nutI I vtarcfumhuiessMargaret talked almost at random glancing now and then at her silentI coniutnion knowing intuitively what his tense expression foreboded yet womanlike trembling and fearful while rejoicing in time knowledge Kranlein nutty I tell you something I of myself my liomeV cjueslioned Villielin abruptly Seiireely waiting for tin low assent lit exelnimed pa sionniely Thorp Pius not IITO a day sinrr IIstts you Ihrrr yenta nut I1111UIII have nut tilhudniyI evertv Iliniiglit Tomorrow you will leavo Iterliu I ciiniinl liI you go and not I ItllUIII whatI yon aro Ito me Iialove iMprvthiiUT- As he leaned Ilowtird her trying to read Puce hlilshihg halfaverted faee slit faltered Your footer what willI he think what will he say My father how I long In have you meet him you vvovld win him liar ever Villiilm ndded uiiling lIf lit onee heard you evorf s your fur vicl ndiniration for our great men Ach how I envy thrni he murmured I under liih breath And Kliiiotli did I ever tell you of Kli7alxtli my cousin nttu IIs like a daugiit T to my father Shv iis alone in the worldI anil cpiuc to us tilt years ago She has given her lift Ito us she caiui vrhiMl all the world was lark when my inol her diedL Villielin rose UH lit spoke anil rgn ret knew by his sudden pallor what that hiis stillI meant After a moments pause he continued Mnrbury Ihjhrlllitiis beiiutifiti and and loh Margitrel nieiii lieboien my belnved iuui Pal I not iniike your happiness All the passion of a mans strong et lender I loe throblied in the hm wldsMTed wonls and Itrembling Margaret laid her hand in hiIt slum replied rlilltl1tUIIIWtI answer now I must sti her my mother She shall be mint hsiulAs in a dream Ithey walked Iatuluur garets home separating with tint I hough ime Itohnuiirmmtut1- uu H ar to nurse to rear to wateh anti then lo Ilose Involuntarily IIhese wonls ritt Ito Mrs listemanns lips ns Margaret on Pier knees her head resting in her mothers lap re ealed in broken Mnteiues her whole heart The words were never spoken The pang whith wrung the mothers heart Ithe bitterness of alHlieatin where so long she haul reigned firstS tillall were thrust aside anil ilraw ing Margaret to her hIm slut re joieed as only a mother ran whose one desire is her hitila happiness Me iis eoniing tomorrow mother tomorrow at ten rill huts answer Ch I am so happy so happy Margaret lund scarcelyl finished her tremulous eonfidence when a sharp ling of the hilI start kd Ihem The postman it must tte hlirnlli MrsI listemann our hom letters are long overdue In a moment the little maid tapped at the door deliering into Marga lets hand a niiiiilnr of letters unmis takably American from Ithe amount ull postage and Ihe numerous dues with which they were stnl1llo1 Xow isnt this what you call fair treatment Mutterl mein cried star garet gaylyI MX for yon timid five fur mo lint theres lurk in i dd mini IierK you remember An hour later Margaret in a dress tHK gown and slipjiers her hair hang ing in long loose braids was in her hamoi T reading with absorbed inter tt OK home news her frequent low laugh proving how interesting it nil was Finally shut reached for the last one of her letters The handwrit ing Wits unfamiliar the postmark al mofit illegible Holding it closely to the lamp she slowly deciphered Mar hnrg Margaret read the postmark over anil over a faint Hush tingling her face Tan it he from his father low foolish of me we did nut know oursehes until today With an odd strange sinking of her heart shut broke the seal and be gan to read It is with fear and trenbllng that I write you anti an overwhelming thread that yon may nut understand me and yet something within tells mo you arc noble and good anti will comprehend and not misjudge me Oh liebes Kraulein I am Kliza belli May I taut tare my heart to you 6s to my God may amy soul speak to yours I am hilt a simple Cernian ipaiden I have not studied books I do but even know the names of problems and philosophies which puz ale and perplex Wilhclin but IIuaim Port and ince we were little chil dron I have lot eel him His wants his comforts have been the daily study of my lift He never told lilt Ithat he loved me and yet some limes a look a word that he has spoken made me hope Ah Kraulein will yon think me bold and shameless if 1 tell you that night after night these many months Ive prayed that he might love me with such a love as I have given him nail he was growing nearer lo nit tiny lby tiny lImit then yon cameand when he spoke of yon my heart tIled within me It was notI what he souP hilt oh his tone his manner filled me with despair The few short months that he has known ItlIan they outweigh the whole devotion of my life The great wide world iis your in which to choose Von are so beautiful so learned yet fo womanly a woman that men long and sue for you I know that this iis BO from what Jut said and what am I that I should dare to try to balance all these things with my iwor little heart To balance nay it Is nut that I moran lint of the abundance which the Lord luau given jon 1 beg the blessed gift of WNI helms love I eannot live my life without him You have your home your many friends I have butt him J4to pu are gone I know my love will fsocnfold him that by its very strength he shall be drawn to me againSometimes a torturing thought has come to me that you may 100cII him to as well as I hal pity if this Is so I can rrrite no more I hate revealed my very self and in I mylifeI j are too true too noble to do aifrnt but hold as sacred the secret of J lhitnbethSThe letter slipped from Margarets nerveless fingtms4Bewlulcred stnuttueulshe suit incapable ol thought then the full meaning of it tilt crowded upon her and lieu whole womans heart ruse in revolt He is mine she cried fiercely he loves me and unit her I under stand him I comprehend lmivork his ambitions ToI give him up neans miseryfosepa rutted ns I cannot will not wreck his life anti mill It was cruel unwomanly to write me sIIehI letter Xo no slut moaned I did not mean that the poor child did not know thai he had fold huts lore lo me he haul been hrr from hoyhoiMl it was but her wu nans instinct lo clutch Ilo save hei dearest ttreasure She turned Ilo me as to her one earthlyI refuge slut bared her heart to me as to her IIiiod O Heavenly Kather Margaret groaned what shall I tItIIr my paradise tumid hear a starving soul for ever knockinir at the gate or Might his life and mine flslateu strength of will slum stilled her cliinioriii heart anil forced herself to weigh anilI baliime justly Kliabeths appeal AR Jacob of old wrestled with tin angul for his bless iitgsmm in spirit Margaret sought till guidance Searcher of hearts was her unspokn prayer Thou knowest it iis not lily own happiness IIsimk hilt hits ilholnis CiJive me to know hiwhih in the end will make for his best his highest goodI If it iis Kliabeth I Iisill gut way without a niiirniir IIf it ii1mI life shall be on lonir devotion Hear me Kterual I lioodns soil answer The first faint ray ofmPa break stole through the window as slowly with clasped hands and eyes which seemed to look into the unknown years Margaret ro e from Item Knees and paced back and forth then with a Ilow fcrient I thank Thee O Father thatI Thou hast shown me what iiq right to do slum threw her elf upon the bed and sank into a InIIIIIItIpThe sunlight Hooded the hit IIsitI ting room with its golden glory as Margaret in spotless while awaited her lovers cominir The consecration of jlove shone in her fu eisiu r motherI kissed Pier she whispered Par inglyI You lock my child me a bride adorned There was a iiiick springing step upon the stairs ilhelin was her luau cry as he lient oer Pier his arms outstretched his voicei breaking with lines yearning as he breathed Hearts dearest what answer Iy courtesy of TheI ladies Home Jour nal copyright Iio by The Curtis Publishing Compan- yFLATTERERS OF ROYALTY leir i iiaui rh Wham trm Iis- ma UI im 5ici and Knltlfy for Knvnr One if She iii tliiuui I i iofi royalties one atf till things that account rill the tenilencv to srltihness which has been considered out of the weakness es of the roval caste iis that tluiysum seir hear tlc truth Oumuiumlui gut miny examples of this in even the lighter alTitirs of life says London M A P lr instance when Louis XIVI was iiie playing at backgam mon a favorite game with him a dis pute aroe as to a doubtful throw of thug nnnarch The courtiers up pealed to Iby Ihe king said nothing not daring to give the verdict against Ihe king toil caring to tell too pal pIIlIlI Ilie The Comte de iram mont entereil at this awkward mo ment and the king asked him to decide the matter The witty courtier replied without a moments Ihesitation Your majesty iis in thwrnlltr How said tiuumlacan you decide fore vum know the ipiestion 11111 replied Ithe count had there been any doubt all these geu tlmen wodd have given it in favor of your majesty There iis a similar story with re gard lo the late car of Kussia lie was oii nigiit playing a game of whit at Illombiirg and the present king then of course prince of Wales and several of his friends were of the party Among these friends was Sir lames Iakinl h II wellknllwn hn vivant of the eighties nail nimiil its Sir James was one of those blunt downright roughspoken Scotchmen who dint know fear of toilor man In the midst of the game Sir James called out to till era r Youve re voked Kvcrybodys blood ran cold The prince of Wales I have been Itold kicked flit Scotchman under the ta ble and IIhe car blushing and con fused exclaimed in bewilderment levokjd Why I never did such a thing in my life hut ir James persisted aumul11mmI monarch was proved to be in th wrong whereupon Sir James replied to the observation of Ithe car I daresay youve often revoked your majesty hill this is the first time von were ever told so The Queue Could Vnlt An American traveler in China making his stumymmumt of the province of Shensi fiver Ithe mountains after tin days of rough riding overlook his servant who lund been sent in nheadwith the baggage He reports the conversation which followed As a soldier half lifted me front the saddle ang the servant handed mutt my razors For live days he said growingIII 1 tliuikcd him fur his t bought fill ness hilt 1 ndeil Yon are in a grunt deal worse shape than 111m You neednt trouble about me Have your queue braided anti then n1nwn on your pooka anti take a nap He smiled with the faraway rather sad smile of his race Jt would nut be right for me Ito sleep sir he said before JIie that yon are resting The queue iis Chinese It eon wait pa tlently nut the beard is Knropenn it cannot wait It must go quickly Yotiths Companion TheorX Esplodrd- I Miles According to statistics vo men live longer than men fiilcs Prliaw Thats all rot Why 1 can nanie dozens of men wHo have outlived their jnoUiers Chjcuyo TMhInf i f l CHILD PRETTINESS ttnch 3y He Done to Ititprnve the Facial Kenfnren and kln lit Tender Yearn A mother can do much to make her child pretty t JC attention it receives during its babyhood iis all important in its ultimate development During babyhood or rather youth the seeds are sown for a clear cmn plexion audit all that goes wHi it bright eyes good temper good teeth a wcllrhapcd mouth note and lips writes Mrs Mary Kaston MI In in American Queen III is a wellestablished fact t hatI the beauty of Ithe complexion often ile pfliris upon the condition of Pat teeth Dyspepsia jis broughtt ii by nnrigefted fond and i more often than no traced tolerlh l ysprp ia brings with it tilt necessary nut of a allow skin and generally pur complexion Hene the necessity rill guarding tthe teeth of the little ones rill of course not only hut complexion is rninid as I have just shown by poor teeth hut the shape of the mouth and indeed of time entire lower portion of the face may be marred IIt iis iiualIImat course for scrupulous alleiiiiiiu Iin lie paid Ilo the practice of brushing the tcth ilaily but while this very necessary liabit iis insisted on mothers overlook the raIl that they tin nisvlve may iiinetimcs do iiiurh to encourage the growth of sound hnllIt by teeth by feeding their children on honeforming foiwlr prior Ito tIhtllItug of Ithe second teeth And again by using uniie of Ithe liiptid ilrnlifricrs which mull off I Ihe enamel and destroy the teeth liopclrssly- Linicwaler I i is cnnsiiVnd a good thing to iiild lo the nursery milk asI an aid Ito hrallhy tielli hilII1 over abundance of swrels encourages de cay and i ial all linns to he avoided but more Kirlieiilarly during tilt teeth ing Jterind It iis nunrccssMry to ilwi II on the fact iJril plenty of Mutilation and fresh air uri essential perfect I ralth hut it inns be borne in mind haulI ItheM must be provided to theI rM liisiun of drafts the child who is ip rpetiiall catching cold is in danger i f Ilosing a little point of tiamiy of ii hih many a belle jis proud namely a delicately sliaprd nostril The io1tn and fre quent use of ithe pock thai dkcrchicf iis ill t ItlllIhlI Irlllall I thicken ening of the gristle which separates Ithe nostrils to mhifuumitul it natural shapt and iltstrovI ItheI ilclici cy of out limit5IIHenceI cold should I c guarded against in ehililhonilI Iur in t onlyI tire tliny tcmpiirarily drstri elhe to biaiitxbui their iiiMurnce s likely to Ibe lasting HOW TO STAIN FLOORS Some sUBBrwiiw Ulilch tIny Alii the lloiii i krrirr In OlitnluiUK- IllKt IICNIlll- Hllanl iiniiis rtquirc oiling and rub bing tiwiie a muiitti to makeI them prc etmi H bit a mumitt cry year irI two tthey will wear im15mu ithat a new colf mit slain tutu arnib will Ibe mum uimuulmum the worn plsiers- The riiidish yelliw or brown lours iSI iliititutui mlimmm aim rcaiiil be mud tthmtii with hoincmaiie stain com po cii nainlI i t of tnrpeiit iinc iinto which is mixed a portion of burnt umber ytllnw ochcr ir burnt si nna accord ing t i the tone nf ihuhi slain saysI Wiiiians llinnc Ciinipanii n- CoinlMicd stain and varnish is not Iesirable on old Hours and is not par titIIIi1 mluletsimig on new ones IIt jis aias IKSI 10 apply the slain first Tim a tthin coat with a lint brush and tIer allowing it lo dr a tu igmuiover the i ntirc lluor with a coat if hanii iI liuish or liettcr yet a coat of spar composition When mixing the stains they should not bo loo thick with the coin ring pigment nor laid on Itea thick with i he bruIi Where floors arc worn in I he inid tilc lmu tug thedts marly as good j lit is the color of tthe stain must be carcluily maiehcd so that a patchy itpPuallll uumm mmmiI be ttin rnllti liuumisttmit or paint store the raw ninlxr burnt timber burnt sienna un i rllow nclicr ground in oil can be haul in mall cans or the dry powders may be used Clear turpentine will bn all that is required to thin Itill ground color III net as a intuiiiiii for the dry culms which willi I appear much darker vhcn inixnl with the I ii rput mit lute If thy luipciiliiic sliiuld be cy Ithin lumtssttt r a small port iin of japan drier miy be aiiumizmlemuii I more of a body tilt IClul llruaic tse a loiigliaiidlvd brush to dust pictures mill high platt ai MilT Ipaint brush for dusting carved furniture umtuhum mall roundI pain brush for greasing bread and lat ttins A new Ilh liruh i line for cleaning crmuiitmimighauuPmI t may be ueil In clean preyed tmmuultumt gla s dishis ttuuul lo wah all seamed tinware A hitter brush will clean the lemon mill horseradish gratursI and remove the skin from new po tatoes Another usefulI artiei is a heap whisk brnom bought fur Ithe ole purpno of furnishing splits for trying cakes It should be kept in i paper trig will last for years tutu tutus tin virtin of eleaiilinejs Viun iliS Home umumpumtittI A iioiiinR mm- ItI I ihiiild lit rciiirmbtrfd in cooking Irtsh vigctnhlo that a high degree of heat cniitinuid without inlt niiijMon until the vi mtablc if dioknl produces the IHS riMill IIf vc ilablfsarc to he boihil src Ihiit the ti tltrilli which Ithey lIre placed is actunllv boiling and in Ilit pt atI that teinpcintnre until till veg etable iis tender IIfI tIme water needs re Ii iiisliinf MK boiling water add lug no more tthan iis absolutely IICCCH sarv N Y Hun- T inno Vrlttrr tir tomato fritters stew a iiart in of the vegetable air a ipiart of ititrealm ones until they tune reduced ineialf et aside Ito get cold then Ktaun with ttult rpper and celery frill Add tile beaten yolk of an egg t nd Miflifitiit tin breadcrumbs to take a niixtu e liltkemicuighi tto hold i tpOOIliAn A uervnn Uloli flail onual IJj unit ii ks cf white Ipo- t too and ye low tut nip together I ulI lujish Pig illy with butter amI rith milk Tl it 141111 oij Amvrlcrp- Jfeli ami IA vc ttitim Jrw tt A VENERABLE PASTOR C ICURED BY PERUNA Peru na is a Catarrhal Tonic Especially Adapted to the De clining Powers of Old Age The Oldest MaR Jn America Attributes His Long Life and Good Health to Peruna Mr Isaac Ilroek of McLennan coun ty Texas has attained the great age of 114 years He iis an ardent friend of Pertain and peaks of it in the fumE lowing terms Mr llropk says After a man has lived in tin world as long as I hove he ought lo have found out a great many things by ex perience 1 think I have done so One of the things I have found out uII RELY UPON I PERUNA FOR I ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES to my entire satis faction is the proper remedy for ailments due di rectly to time ef feels of the eli m i te For I114 years 1 haic withstootl itlP changeable climate of the lulled States During my long life I have known a great many remedies for coughs colds catarrh and diarrhoea I had always supposed thirst affections to be different diseases For thelast rllId1InI learned from them one thing in par ticular That these affections are same and that they are properly catarrh tbrII As for Dr Hart mans remedy rnna I have found it to be the ii not the only reliable remedy for I myslandbyformanygood health and my extreme old age to this remedy It exactly meets all my require ments I have come to rely upon it al most entirely for the many little things for which I need medicine I believe it to be especially valuable old people although I have no youmrtgIsaacBrockA 111II I New Man at 79 Major Frank OMahoney West Side Hannibal Mo writes 1 am professionally a newspaper correspondent now 79 years old I have watched Itilt growing power of incipinrJingradations of success up to its present establishment in Columbus Ohio and I conclude that merit luring its full reward tmUp to a few years ago I felt no need to test its medicinal potency but late yourtenuuiuttroubles Some two years ago I awaydotsnof flush I was subject to stomach troll hIp indigestion loss of appetite in somnia night sweats and a foreboding I of gcttinf my entire system out of or der During ump months I gave Pt riina a fair trialanmiI it rejuvenated my whole system I feel thankful therefore for although 70 years old nuanMajorPrank i The K C S Almnnne for 11X13 I Tic Kan a1lJ ty Southern HailxvayiI I Aiinanao i is now ready for uiMrilm rllllgrO1CII I jirwo tan obtain reliable information conIterning onthvetorn Missouri the I aLit and C lOt taw Nation in time Indian I Territory western rkanod teriiTexa elluuItnI K lS Almanac and addre a copy S G nero City O Mo P A K C S Railway theII Hi IniiKmcnt Ive hern toM I the amateur that Im a good anton Vu wIalt von think of thai I think thru some awful liars in thus last worldlIllIguI Seeking a ew 110m rIWhy not try the great Tuesdsisand literature uidutss lame Barker 03WainwrighlI t i Howi Bysoothlne and subduing this pals thais the way StJacobs Oil1 Ii Cures i NeuralgiaPrice il i U n Back up In old oge the mucous membranes become thickened and partly lose their functionThis to partial loss of hearing stitch and taste as well ns digestive disturbances Ierunn corrects all this by its ape cific operation on all the raucous mem branes of the body One bottle will convince anyone Once used and Peruna becomes a lifelong standby with old and young Mr Samuel Saunders of Blytbedale Mo writes My disease was catarrh of the urethra and bladder I got a bottle of Peruna and began taking it and in a few days I was relieved nail could sleep and rest all night I think that Ienina is a valuable remedy 1 had tried other very highly recom mended medicines hut they ditf me nn good MyI physician told me that I could not expect to be cured of iny 1 trouble as 1 was getting to be nnold JN ez J years but not so much affected out Mends but In June 1901 toy sense o no sound whatever I was also trot my limbs I commenced taking Perun good as It was prior to June 1901 My I speak too highly of Peruna and now vlgorated my whole system I cannottf feel very thankful to the all loving F to live and by your skill be such a L humanity Rev J N Parker MrsK K LittleI Tolona HI writes I can recommend Peruna as a good I A TRAVELER AT SEVLNTYOKE YEARS OF AGE medicine forchronic catarrh of the stomach and bowels I have been troubled se verely with it for over a year and alum a cough Xow mj cough is all gone anti all the distressing symptoms I of catarrh of the stomach anti bowels have disappeared I will recommend I it to all as a rare remedy I am fo well ii I am cnntrmpIatSjig a trip to Stone Park this coming Yl1oVIII is that for one Tt years old JIVE MONEY Inbolc nt lo Irlees Our LOOVpaza catatonic wIlt be sent upon receipt of 15 cents This amount not even par the losutc but It Is IdOCl to show us that you arc acting In good faith JJtTer send for It now Your neighbors titulcwith us why not you also r a CHICAGO IThehouse that tells the truth SumtLrtIwiri Q8wwptOOf OILED CLM tl1litiwP MidenbkckortsAflbs olwttwoOtisakevtrpttsra LocfortMttaoItMPtan the rutTowtR en the tL = Za RAPE t costsc 25 centSrDQP TON Oreateet Cheapest Food I on or8hoep8wlnoC3ttlo I WuibemththtOtyttrnI what Ulalle I 5 Blllien DeHar Grass I oiltryi a5 iq fLit tiast inrofftaCrnaPtattwheat rrild tot tolli i r r prpGe FOoI- 4uForthl r N endtOe wttuitaag l1O Fora- Jtorll Mad ta 7wwiS Its us Pl non I mr R SffD COtA CREORVS7 40 ian ib udt fr reit- baIui7 uima iCwniai t- iJJHdrtgr jmeone tMexicant w wn4 back fceejfrom pain in the morijiagi man j1 years I feel very thankful for what Pcrlln3 has done for me In a later letter Mr Sattuutlens says 1I am still of the same mind with re gard to your leruna medicine w Strong and Vigorous at the Ago of Eightyeight Hrv 1 N Parker Ilica X Y tiritesa June 1901 I lost my sense ol hearing entirely My hearing had been somewhat Impaired for seveial that I could hold converse with my f hearing left me so that I could hear ubled with severe rheumatic pains In a and now my hearing Is restored as rheumatic pains are all gone cannot when 88 years old can say It has In but think dear Doctor that you must ather that you have been permitted Jessing as you have been to suffering In s later letter slut says I am onl too thankful to you foryourkiml advice anti for the good health that I am enjoying wholly from Ithe use of your P riina Have been out to flit Yellow Stone National Park and many other places of the west and shall always thank you for your generosity Mrs F K Little If von do not derive prompt antisat iisfactory results from time use of Pe runa write at outer to Dr Harlman Diving a full statement of your ease and he will be pleased to givei you his valuable advice gratisSDr Harlman President of Idlr1i Sanitarium Columbus tMwIUNION w i Ouglae maksa and aHf mere mns 9oap WaN Ha Sewsd PPoCsa aboathan may eIhw msnufaotufw In thm wwfe IREWARDIwill paid to an a can uttapwvs utile statement- Because W L Douglas IsthelasgestnianufacturerhoJ Qhh shoes at arower cost than other contI cenw which enaMes him sell shoos for 3M and equal in every IIto to those sold else a for SI attul SfiO W L DouRlan 5T10- t it and 3Sh0C5l1 l om iiy thousandiof men wbe I havolifenpayinc and SfluotbelievinKtbeJ couldI get a firstcla tIme for S3M orS300 Ha has convinced them that tha style fit and wear of lila sao and 8300 shoes is just monelsJICIn Hasiceasm lttHslts O4 14000 gaiaof02M50450SDtn FourVaar W L DOUGLAS S4OO OILT EDGE LINE Worth S80O Oompared with Other Makes The best Importad and American Imathert Her Point Calf Enanuet DOs CtIf CaIJ VuI Rid Cooel Colt stud National kangarOo Fcjt Color qdeti Tb isnuha ham W DOVOLIw- UmiOfl Pec1 nm cad price on bcttoma aStIsgfarw FREE TO WOMENYo prove the healing mi- clrcnsinir ponerof IaxllnToIlet AiUlwpllc we shE malt a lange trial package with book of Inmnicllon bnolnlrly frtr Tht It mnotatinjr sairplrliutalint iaokaKr cnnurli to con Jnrf anyone of Its value Women all ov r the country art praisIng PUIlne for shunt II has taint In loel treat ment or fcmnle liPacurI Ingall Inflammation and tllscbarcrs wnndrrlol I as a cleansing vaginal douche for sore throat nasal catarrh aS a mouth wash and to remove tartar anil whiten the utth Send today aI j I doI polpldty aH I lIaartIAT i i CANADAjIi j i iflILLIQNSi Ih o Writer Ameti a msndadsflngubt ppetlzc- antsip Theyare atJ CXJTEN D HAPPY I AXD P108JEKOlilioiih11 aDd IlItre 14 10 11111 Car Wonderful Tleldt of wheat andoibe alaL Tbs- betLgraZinglsrud on the aUaent nltken- lmAt plnty of w 4tr aDd fnel JOI ItbOOIa- III iac1duirII entryIg =well forcenlflraleMTT a a JlBtdlway ratea etc 11Un OUa Jltaperlntendatir nona 2U Law lIlIr I lrnm 6 Etc 1Oar itluug lodlnOtiOSI 114 autOS ruled Caiadiu rue ai Ia I 1fnJ r TIE TURKS MAKING BUTTER The Wai in Which Thry nprtpI- hplr lrpmprlp I 1snuIng nd Very rlmUhr KlTorts are to be made to introduce Tnrktyhnon a rather primitive plan Constan tinople impel Is mist Clis bullir from Siberia instead of encouraging the dceloimenl of the indiiKtrx a hues and the fut of lhi tail of the famous fil tailed thccp is used thllIlI hllllt the cnultlry all a clllillllrJ Ihtillll linllcr in Turkey is tnaniifaetured xrliiMvely lean thickened milk noun asilOJII no attempt be Ibig made to collect tthe cream and TTMtMAKINd IIN TII I IIerr it fur butter making Feel milk is legate in kettlesI In boiling pmnl nnd allowed to anal to MI ibjjiecs utter which a Miiall ipianlily otI old yaoorl i added Ibis Iii menta Iiii induced and IIhr result is a jiinl1iikc MiilT nitIici tlII ici d llte1aairt iis very nutrition andl ciilh liIal is usril in IIlio prriiiMlion of various Turkish itch c MII mrats nilI vegetables lienI II iK employed furI bullet a ak ire il i put into a jar of eiillicnI waic or goatskin anprilydl bv rein Knongh hut water iis added I rare the 11111111 Ito so ibgrces and this iriniilie liiirn iis kepi agi tated for 10 minute until letette form ThItial buttermilk used in the kitelicu will re 1uu viva n conks would employ ordinary 111111t t i inti i tilliI It Most of the mill Ithus Used for milking butter iis thai of the sfiiI cj i I i j i11111irto so very profitably j tin niMhc the patoral wealth ail the country being great lieeenl I a Ily at llarpnt Turkey Yankee hllrll1j 1It1Iii j I to rev yellow butter turned out from cous milk in veil or eight minutes N Y herald- CONSIDER THE CALVES TnrII Then awl nnrrlflee trtrrlot hurllihtriture 111I- Dnhll Irom market re pear one might coiielude that there has been an enor mous wave oficalves suvepiigester tie country The markets ixprriiillv thoe of Ihwst have been ucrr toekcd so that sera in the fIt u f record breaking bet f prier the priers of alcs are lower than a year ago It i dillieult loI believe that there is av overproduction of calves aid the rushing of them to market at what ill nirs te I IiI sacrillce prier etuu- ttIu thing butI busier rliorisiglit cdrcf The llrvf applyof the conn try 11110 short else such Iilgli prier wIIII1 not rule II iis a pUiin pivipii ition that iiteethe calf iis faMier Ito the sier dud iif Ihrilillar sacrifieeili there iiv no Ipoibilityi of eheaper beef leer several years 15e Lu awes breeders cinch fenUrs dii lint want cheaper heel liar we see tin illire profit its the ttleilitegofI I hir tf I ban the maker of il deserves 1s for the consuiicr in the ities nnd town they will have to make the bestt of il fur the nation that spends in aily IMIIM IIIMMI yearly for beverage liiiior van cuj down the drink bill Ito keep up wih the hutch I er I Ilil il would lpeur lto beI goodI biiincs for the rais rs of caltcs III ket p on the farms ugh raises as lane promise of growing lulu gnus I I bttf animals or Ruud dairy teciurel The present rareilyof fads will lItII always continue and when the crops cite available for fceiling Ihnse who iirc deiiroit of making home ronsiimplinn of home productions are likely In hindti shortage of niiiiths In do the rating W IF Me parran in Nati iial irtnckiuwn lens e Order in UrllinJ Have a small box uIhrl pinr sneer fastened up in the barn lethis fur a d11illI1 have pencil andl I tablet always faslcmd then w lit a I siringI hen you tbinlof sonic thinr thatl nerd alaittiga fcnrc to 1e incndeil nr a gtie reining jut il down and slip ihe tiole onto a hoot Maine over these notes tarry day url viiill be rut pricd to arc host youll fini time IIn keep rap with tht- addt jobs which youve forgotten before Vhcn youre Middcnly called away fruit the farm dont Clwith your wife in regard to the nlliIII manV work S ha mote to member altrmy thou she 111111htthe understanding that the note iis to IK kept as the order for doing the work Thisi will do away vvjth tiltv frequent misunderstandings caused hy carders inisunderKtood Far Journal I Tht dairyman oho looks after h nitiifort if his eywAwiU pet the iint out f j f utnt JlqwihI lefke thq ttuf milk production which 1It- a 6atpelhiitg iiiB if iij1iiVrfCj e I n J SOME IMMENSE FARMS One IU Pexa owned by Illlnol eta Ulcate IB qa Large a tie Slut or Conaeetlrut While the United Stutn census IIports 5Mooo farms acertiging HO arres each in the soul Invest states and territories the average sic iit 500 acres each Col C C Slaughter of Dallas Tex has IIJ5UUOU acres of farm cinch ranrh much In the Pan handle district of Texas the Capi tot syndicate of wliiHi Senator IV yellof Illinois is the hrad has a ranch of ICMiOlNKi trees or moro than as larvae as the stale of Con uteri taut They raise tram 10000 to Oftou arms of corn and other lung o crops and ship from 18000 to 20000 etawboytI are employed In Oklahoma iis one ranchof 30000 1arres They raised this year 8000 acres of wheat 51100 acres of forage millet tinil Kaffir corn 8000 to to Odd cattle are shipped rash year Al though the expenses of miming the profitsIl oiha farm iu ra meal Kansas ha ooo data On il are a flouring millI a complete weather bureau post ta- tliar for tinier and employes get plant and longdistance telephone The win at grown iis made into flour on I till arm There iis the largest lintelI of alfalfa in the United lal9- Ifln ieics in our tract This cuts 1111 iiops a year nliout one ton al cich Milling Frank Kockcfeller hac IIIHIO acies of graing and tarn in him in oa tara Kan av of whie- 1hnt11 jiiiHi elates alt under etch lti tuna and Ithe iv t in alfalfa tend liltt the pa tnrei the n care MHII of I lleI liiMil blast Ilrcfadnll ami Shear tan nit I It iin Iliar wollil on Ili Ilarm taliud at o oixi inilnlin I our Jioono hull Till grain fur the tattle iis rairn suet gloiiml on theI farm lie nlfiiiU to COIMIT lllIll j arts of lIllIn lain into lfalfu j Hit rallta anil burg barn are of iron ami steer l lobo 11 Stewart 1of Wlhnglon Kan lias MO farms IIIeparah and in litTrriil parts of the staleI It i rasa uncommon fora farmer in thee M tiotis to buy 11l harvesters a dotii idnuc sued ai iiiiinx rorn harvester at unr time title turn make a vioilI liirve+ tilij iew fur a farm Ibrve- ALLAROUND LOG SLED It la slrnm Knilr Tut Tnicrlhrr a d eeau lip 1rd trllh sniHT or 11Ithnal rII bat e Ijfeii piiltitii out Mime antn Iber U njl as I hWI little snow I hate Used Ithe led howii herewith II iis called a snapdragon and iis suet as iis ued in the lumber camp IIt cans be used with or without sum I11nk twoyelhm birch stump foi UltAtt I XI LOGS lN WOOLS feeit a were about the sour side suet two feel right inches long The forward honk iis put airs with one bull in eachi real so it eat have a good chance to task Fur the middle bunk I tact ttt twoinch hulas through each runner then took a mall round birch of the sie wauled heated it IKit in a tire suet bent il in the lUll neededI t put over the middle bunk suet the IWII rods down through the runner then vv edged them olidI lent so there would Iii plentyail play The lies of the runners must be mad so the y will nut taint on every rtkIIIstump This eau be dune by putiing Ihe forward bunk at Ihen llIIl1 if tier runner Till chain i Iput alln the Ilog with a half hitch etch drawn l thioiiijli a hula through both bunks Itircli iis the IInvl wood as it wears fhr smoothest on froen ground lurid Farmertiranc Tlir iilurI aid Ipprnranrr1- 1ar appeiranee nf our sheet faelnriis suet creameries has mar IIn d wiMi iiisining an improvement in till products The surroiindinga of hoe piercedu much In set the tutor A nicely built close crruucr- iiis an inspiration tn all eainnretr wihi il Thet workers take better caic nf thcuircltcs andI the patrons ir uluar tare ill In bring only good ptodnels This iis the tendency ef derider In a greater nr less degree What can we expectt of the pat inns when the creamery iiself is II tumbled down alVair with ilrniu tided vith a stinking oniibinalioit s ncIIiIlunless the establishment that r ccives it iis measurably clean rnmci Keview tmrrirna lpplr Inilutlrj Frey people realixe the extent f Ileapple industry of Ithe tnited Stales Thirty years igo a barrelI of American apples was a curiosity in the Knglih market The total lipnttI fromI Aiicricjin to fun pean ports fur lira week of latt halr rels The total shipiiienKs of alpl15 froth American ports fur last yP up Ilo lieeciubcr IC were litraiSI ha 1- nll tutu total for preceding year amounted to only UVJrfoiI birrcls an increase of over a million barrel As a staple money crop they Ire liinl to heal Clnull rand Prnlrle Chlekrn It iis a fact well etablislaetlanton fanners by observation and full corroborated by eientifie investiga tions that the quail and prairie chicken arc amnnjf the greatest ofhis our insect destroyers Dont destroy any of them during the breeding sraI soil jirid allow no general hnnlin tijion 3ai farm if yon would pre terse thesetile assistants of the farmer He who sows courtes reaps friendship Farmers 1oic Start thefTinJcn= right by planting inl Ihei harden wjirk Many fnrnyj wear thcinsrivoi IIM doing with the hue w htfi the horse nun culllvalor ujuld fJ1Tr klfirlfirworw r racelesgness of tfje Cactlesa- By bet KATHERINE POPE Attlbof of Litltrj of a Happy Poor Woman Etc IR OT so very long ago there appeared in a periodical that numbers many feminities among its readers an articlt headed The Mannerless Sex Jt piqued the curiosity at least to the extent of finding out which was meant The writer a man made the accusation against women and there were women not a few that agreed with him Nevertheless The Tactless Sex is a phrase not accusation for the tactlessness seems inborn coined in reference to mas culines From his sturdy babyhood to palsied age mans womanfolk trembles for what next may fall from his mouth in th- s way of bluntncss and unintended thrust Sometimes this habit off liis is held by him a part of his needy prerogative humor and for that reason not in favor with her legcndarily lacking in it Xo sister cousin aunt or wife herself or mother but wonders over antI attempts to analyze that which by her is considered a failing uri vernal deeprooted unreformable No matter the kindness of heart the keenness of intellect the real underlying chivalry for the hart notedsLives there a man that can silence the joke in regard to the years girlS1 with ruddy locks ever number among her acquaintances a nisei that has not once alluded to their unusual warmth of hue Does am lady of undesirable avordupois escape the slings and arrows out rageous man is wont to hurl at unwieldiness Is there a scrawny sister but has had to force the social grin at pleasantries from men friends in regard to her starved appearance IIs there a secret weak ness or defect a frail woman artfully tries to conceal discussion off which is also artfully avoided by her companions of the same sex which unthinking matt with one fell sentence will not suddenly brio to light as ruthlessly as unconsciously aifsI menus no offense hut is lacking in that sixth sense that wire tray telegraphy that was in ue by women thousands of years before Marconi was born withldifficult to understand and says our is always walking on eggs when in their society And thus like the lust man satisfactorily disposing of the blame Jte settles down to unrutlled unassailable content with himself and his brothers with whom he eau jest andI guffaw inn hiked And yet the blunderers arc radii thickskinned themselves In faitt arc quite sensitive to imputations the lilting of an eyebrow a tun of voice They expect front their womenkind tactfulspeech srd1 treatment One would think seeing they wear no invulnerable armor that their words might return to them as boomerangs Irtt perhaps woman as when throwing stung can never equal man in this matter of hurling missiles with case and sure aur- aL a t97 FOREIGN GOSSIP Ltrinilaihacucrematinnai souia tlied the members of which pad two and one belf cents a week which puts for their inciueratio eNt to Liverpool Kreinen tis now the leaning cot ton market of Knrope- In theI year ItXiu Krcinen bought 1J07 OJJ balesI It wa ill tsl7 that the terrible silk worm diease known a pebrine tint began its ravages among the silk worms of France Il iihrreditanepi demie atulltllIlagiolUO- CrlltII to children iis obiously taut a serious affair in Austria A father who killed his child by ill treatment was the other day punished byeiglit aversoSiam ha stored the mint at Itaug kok to the free coinage of silver and halakcn the initial steps toplaeeher oelf upon a gold baudi The currency of Japan Iritish India nil 11111 Ceylon and lava iis already on a gold basis cinch that of French lidol hina is likely soon to be Among the Turks bath money forms an ileiii in every marriage contract the husband engaging to ulloxv his wife a certain sum for bathing purpose Should it be withheld she has only tuI go before the caiii and lurp lu slipper upsideI down and iif the complaint be Iot thru redressed it i iiI growled fur divorce In the Irish lioiisi of lords now the board room of Ihliiltrf the Baulk of IIreland err at present on tics acuuglybare d to have rontaincd the inoiiev with which King Uilliain III paid his troops after the battle of the IIuyur The chests bahkdago ing been cleared if the dust and dirt of two centuries arc now decided ob jcfli of interest to visitors MAKING FORTUNES lo rv ot Ihr Mnrkrt U o fur tits Inn Ulu linn Merely n fTheoryThe fortunes have been made Will Iayne ttells readers of Century in The chilI menewho entered the market with a precon ceived theory as to it course which they attempted to make good through thick and thin but rather bra those ofcho took things as the came watch ing the drift shaping their way from day to da like prudent merchants according to the current This iconfusing to thin novice for the notice alwaysfomcs in with a pre conceived theory Some time ago a oung man with a large huts a mod orate fortune and considerable sociai prrrliKcsasrbnwthcruortuou pos sihilitit4 in December pork It looked absolutely convincing but he called upon a great packer with whom he hat s personal acquaintance Yes the parker thought very well of rkIIbuying it in fact Thus doubly as shred the young man bought The hauhtgIhyc young man the convincing statistics remembered the wllIICf Ihe packer and tood stubbornly upon line When he was geiingI near to the end of his margin he was horrified packergmarket two weeks before lie vishet him recalled the vonversation and ex packscr fctared Do you mean that youve been holding 2SOO barrels of pork all thit time he demanded Ye said the yountj roan and 1 have it yet Sow what can I do wIth It1 don 4 know MiU the pecierJunet you ca K rdr x jw f TRICKING TRAVELERSb UtlW London Ceaadeer Ha tIctlaa- lac TheIr loantrpn ten notetier Month ivies Ihtring the lrcst1I1 cxodtis froli- ioiuioii fair the ape almost every boat that leaves Southampton earth passengers wtio have beast the vic tims of contidcnee tricks practicedi platfurtu tier in Ludgate Cirrus says the lon Jon Exprrs j Particular gathered by an Exerts I representative go to show till I confidence tricksters were never so numerous as at pre rut and their tilling was never so lucrative large Ily owing in the amain artlessnea of the Itraveling public The reason South African prince tiers tine selected iis that they are usiiiilly in loo much ofa hurry ha get south to stay behindand pn so cute in the scent of the polite being sanguine of a capture Hesides thee carry their Ihoarded earning in tilt convenient form of gold More than purr lately magistrates hoer dis missed charges against suspects beI cause no pro ecutear appeared ilI though the 1lillIlIhl have pro duced long lists of prifnjcotionPhe other dayau engineer hound liar Pretoria had a bag taken ham between leis Ileijs while hn late llalIformPhe preoccupied l lrater of mind iis II typical of the South American enn grant which makes hint an easy prey to rascals skillel ill the art o striking up HII acquaintance am mak ing a goad impression The method of the thief isi otThaid and ea y he has his part Iarc hear Lechdiplayai i I IIihe new country I Inu fur the Cape too a con jj deuce man said in a typical case sr 11uIIII hall be laIC yoiil voyageThe in a casual way that he vv n expecting h mutt from the hotelI wilh his I- ngagiaua of which was very match able canal as the time fir the depart lire of the train drew nosir he ap peared to be consumed hn restki IIpptltltdhlalltillWhat i t there o ay7ssskell lilt sham trawler and the rplHaslite pound A CV note a tealiaee ntuhi ably was produccil biii the luggaf man would hate nothing tacit gold IIu an apologetic way the man fat South Africa was appealed toI for loan of lice pounds anal he unhesi tatingly tunplicd11unlet you Ibe uudraid the sharp at this poini as to stand by my lugrage ant r meut while 1 go to ihe bookstall It was all over The ualIlqiiaintancc was steered forever all till police learned as on many pre sidle occasions that the contents o the valuable luggage coiisisied o nothing nitre valuable than brown paper Ity title natal kindred dodges him dreds of pounds hun recently parse from the pockets of the honest men Cnlintin belaimlcl Esilralo1lapHight in my play doesnt act his part up to tht lines He must wear a look of erne ry rand desperation Manager Ob dont get excited Phi fix that John go up on the stage and start a rumor that I have skipped vjth the ljusoflirr rvfeipl BaltimoreI Sews tAD BACKS Bad backs are found In every household A bad back la a back thats lame weak 01 aching Most backache paint com from kidney de range meat andI should be promptl- attended to Reach the cause oi backache by reliev ing the kidneys and curing their jilt Doans Kidney PiSN are for the kidney r th1angfrll disecommon inflammation to diseaseCASEmer wellknown builder residing at HOhilremedy which possesses such ineiitini tnblevalue as Doans Kidney Pills They cured me of inflammation of the bled ier which had caused me ranch an noyance and anxiety because of the frequency and severity of the at tacks I have advined othent to take Doan Kidney Pill and I know they will tint be disappointed in the re salts A FREE TRIAL of this great kid hey medicine which cured Mr Ham men will be mailed on application to any part of the Knifed Slaten Ad dress KostcrMilhurn Co Ruffnlo X V For aleI ball druggints pric 50 cents per boX = =c = ==Kntrrpnlalar Drummer j e campletgI portrrtkicko unrllIlUledl ItrEIlntollGluloTimKpppluc laatty at Say Old ughfiDuHlpich ThaiI what I railed Ito tee o iMiit yourraDIih9 batvI New Cure rap Lame Back ECi C ei I pvnenra which will be read with enterer by troubleIt 1 oreoellinmadeitworntillget atall relMdrory s andheorIhei anMrsunurni KidntvpmI I lampbutx110again tOodIrepresentedThis anthai t ofDackathl Infirei e Tn fare a Cold In One OaT 1aka rix1tve Rronio QuinineI Tiblet l druggists refund money f it failto eur TIOU3AHDf OF AnHRICASS FOR W1STIXV CANADA There will be thotuamla of Awe Jeans coming up here in the Spring was the remark made by II farmer Northewhen he arrived in Winni peg Manitoba the capital of West lieJguard 0 a large heIalready invented in several farming sections fur himself and others sod purposes to take up his perma nent abode in thus country He went climingcmy district stuns I know this to be a fact fur many of them are neighbors of mine tits chief topic of conversation with the farmers is the coming immigration in the springThe impreimioii general in this thataI farmers ran gH from 10 to 15 cents more a bushel for wheat on the American tide of the line than oa the Canadian baa nut prevented two ple hum turning their eyes to Can ada an n place to live in They know tntryhihI in Dakota at about onequarter the price It IK safe to say that the exodus tram Dakota into Canada thin year will exceed the expectations of all Canadians The Government boa eatablixhrd Agencies at St Paul lInn Omaha ChicagotIndianipolic Ind Milwaukee Win Wniuan Wis Detroit Sault Ste Marie and Marquette Mich Toledo Ohio Watertown S Dakota Grand Forks N Dakota and Great jI Falls Montana and the suggestion is made that by addressing anyof these who are the authorized agents of the Government it will be to the advantage of the reader who will be given the tallest sod most aiithrn tic information regarding the result I ranehittgui grain raiaing and also supply in formation as to freight and passen gel rates etc etc t Y A creative economy i eiu1If aul K Bitirence says Erection We merely quote this as a tip tu people who are hon any other kind Indianapolis New Nt6hs the Baby luau mothers naturally reel anxious about the baby i bath It iin brat to begin at six weeks to put the little nne in the water brat folding a oft towel in the bot tom of the built le only Ivory Soap as many of the highly colored and per fumed soap are very injurious to the ten der skin of an infant ELEANOR R PARKER Iplafavotdnletailed Pre byterian Mother Orar sweet Powder ForChildren used Mother 5 upKColds taro Feverishness Constipation Stomach and Teething Disorders sad de strov Worms AH Druggists 25c Hainplo FlttJAddreeaAHOtmaledLeRoyNYA security against other peoples ill manner Chesterfield The Public Award the Palm to Kales andTarforcuughsSc One of the eMeatiU of the happy torte of to0ty ie a fund at IIinformation as to right lirlMr tad the belt aetltell tjre otiflti health and happiness WithI proper taowledge sack hour of recreation of enjoyment and of rftrt say be made to contribute to that end and are of sot less value thaa the using of the most wholesome foods and the selectim of tht Wit eidul agents when needed With the welMafemtd atediciaal ageatll are used only whea nature needs sMistaact sad whitt the tartte of cleansing the system effectually when blUR or constipated has I long been known yet atil within recant years it was aecessaiy I to resort to oils salts extracts ef rests barks sad otter cathartics which were found to be objectionable tad to call for constantly ra increased quantities t Thea physicians leaned that the lost excellent lazatire and carminative principles were to be found ia certabi plants principally in the leaves tie Califsraia Fig Syrup Ca discovered a method of obtaining suck principles ia their purest condition and of presenting them with pleasant sad refrtsaiag m ida in the form most acceptable to the system and the remedy ectaw known uSyrup of Figsas figs wen used with the plants ia making it because of their agreeable taste This excellent remedy is aow rapidly coning into universal use as the best of family laxatives because it is simple aid wholesome and cleanses and sweetens the system etectually without disturbing the natural functions fed witksmt unpleasant after elects sad its use may be discon tinued when it is ao longer required All who would enjoy good health and its blessings should remember that it is the one remedy which physicians and parents wellinformed approve and recommend and use and which they and their little ones alike enjoy because of its pleasant favor its gentle action and its beneckl effects Syrup rf Figs is for ale by all reliahl druggists at tke regular price of fifty teats per bottle In original packages ealy having the use of the remedySyrup of lie04 the full naae of the Cpeay California Fig Syrup CoprlatM oa tile heat tf every package New Rivert Ltadsi Ir Loaded SboWm Shells New guar Black powderl Ls oV and Renter loaded with et1R40Factocy Laded Shellt IIId Mc t M esitses ALL THEM a t r t I l I How an abS in the FaUI pian Tubes of Mrs Holliflger was removed without a surgical L operation n uI had an abscess in my side in the fallopian tube the fallo tube is a connection of the ovaries i I suffered untold misery and wan ttte so weak I could scarcely get around The sharp burning pains low down b physician unless I would go to the hospital thoughtbeforePlnklmms Vegetable Compound which fortunately I did anti it has made me a stout healthy woman Mv advice to all women who suffer JtoPlnkhamrt Vegetable Compound at onceMatt IRA S HOLLINOiiniStilvideo Ohiofsooo f1f II orffW l4cw Mtir fitting gnulumtt auaoteptfwrf It would seem by this state went that women would save the7wouldVegetable Compound at once and also write to lira Plnkb at Lynnu 1iIass for special ad 11eJpsXChelpful advice as Mrs lnkhaIB to women who are sick altt idea lotiItrthemrighttoolaighlyapohenafae ThirdheJealousy in the drop of bitter that prey vents the wine of love from cloying the plate Town Topics The Ciiiragu 4 XorthWotern is the only double track railway between Chicago and the Miosouri River RamsIIf you want creameryprices do as the creameries do ue June Tint Butter Color What iis it that make men great papal a Persistent advertising my suntUeva land Plain Dealer The Overland Limited solid train Chi ixgo to the Coast daily Chicago Union Pacafic d Xorlbe lern Line Kaith overcomes many filuree1fAm Horn 9s9 Ltsiassur U WINCI1TERRAOTORY Repeater amImunJtloaylpJQIde OUUUIP lani POTATOESaa f wwl rrtarla Fr= =tilla aJJfL u 4000000 3- LIYap ama OLSIXOC or 5X6AailXa A walLee utI riOrlALI i eLauoc ax cwAn y S WDaA Z i Psiam Casa ewes syir htaea roldln f any war 4fro ao- Mo1 ep p au welt u Y 1Rttf Mt t1ws s a l I S IIERne EczemaEft row It reddeaa the skin Itches oozes dries and scales I Some orealtIntense totheyIt proceeds tram humors Inherited or acjJ quired and persists until these bare been removed Sarsaparillapositively and permanently cured the worst cases and is without an equal for all cutaneous eruptions KooDlULII are the belcathartic rice zceAI ti HAZEL GREEN KY E THURSDAY April 2 1003 Courtney Combs and Billy and Henry Drake of Campton were here yesterday repairing the tele phone line- THE KIDNEYS are strengthened Sarsaparillaitthe loins and THE BACKACHE Judge H F Pieratt and Courtney Combs went to Neola yesterday to remove the telephone box from one store to another Our friend Nelso Nickell has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a mess of = fine mountain oysters Sebron Walter of Grassy has placed the editor and his better seveneighths under obligations for a fine mess of fruit of the v loom 1 Sam Wilson loft this morning for Stillwater where he is engaged in painting the residence of Frank Murphy and wife who live near j Landsaw Deweese Wilgus loft Tuesday af ternoon for West Liberty where he will resume his work of brick laying on the new bank building at that place 14 John W Cravens Democratic nomineo for the legislature from t the MeuefeeMoutgomery district was syphaxing around here during first of the week Curt Lacy and family on Tues day removed from the Mize property in town to the Ed Cecil property just out of town recently vacated by Van Adkins Are you thinking of going west to Oklahoma or Indian Territory for instance If so call at this office and we can save you a 5 o sum on your transportation NOTICEAll claims against the estate of Mrs Rosaline Linden de r provengand presented to me on or before t July 1 1908 or they will be barred J CESAR LINDEN Administrator Clay Cecil capped the climax Saturday morning when he pre sented the editor and his better i seven eighths with a gallon bucket of angel food for which he has our thanks r e- o t CCASTORIAI Her Infaati ui Children Tli KIM YN Hays Always BIleit Bears the J Bignatmof willithetChristian church here on Monday night the 20th Mr Derthick is ri a Christian gentleman and a fine preacher and our people will have lf lafeast of good thinks Make your arrangements to hear him i coDtlpatlonInothing I 1 tThan Little Early Riser the famous little l pill effect a cure and save doctor1 1Thetiiaras i s Little Early Risers are different from all y f thefx t iGrassyi Y his better seveneighths for a roll t of fresh sweet butter When wet state that for two months we were unable to bny beg or borrow any Ys e tt maytwere for this f A Sure Tkixf It is said nothing is sure bat death and taxes but that is not altogether true Dr Kings New Discovery for Ceaeump lion is a sure cure for all lung aa i throat troubles Thousands can testify to that F iMrs C B VanMetre of Shepharitowo r ofBronchitisthing I heard of but got no relief One thenpCroup Wk flag Cough Gr Pose reeia cad Ceeaumptioe T t Its aeariateM by J T Del H 3reea asdH S Ooalbe Sees w pi d Friel hatlee free ie k 1 1- a Yietima ol ilae BottleThe Great Sensational Temperance Drama IN FIVE ACTS Will be given by the members of the Salmagundi Club in Pearre Hall on Friday night April 10 1908 Evnry citizen of Hazel Green and vicinity should see this drama The admission fee will be 10 cents for each person The proceeds will be used in the interest of the H G A students cottageCAST OF CHARACTERSBCharles Thornloy JE K STAMPER Dr Slater HUBERT GAMBILL Harold Hadley JIM TOM JONES John FarleyWAYNE LONG Bob Brittle JOHN S Cisco James HollisLAWRENCE GAMBILL J Eva Thoruley BEULAH THOMAS Nettie Nettleby CARRIE ROSE i Mrs Farley MATrrfe GEVEDON SYNOPSIS Act First The Thornley mansion fast company and the social glassAct SecondFarleys barroom the murderous assault Act ThirdHolliss law office the discomfitted villain Act Fourth Farleys barroom again Almost Jersaadedc murder andsuicide Act FifthThe denouement Gossip makes Brittle happy happy home Finis All these characters have been well chosen and every one may expect to see some good playirg The chapel of Pearre Hall should be crowded Come and show these young people you appreciate their efforts Friday night April 10th A Sweet Breath I Is a never failing sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach is out of order There iis no remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dys pepsia Cure for curing indigestion dys pepsia and all stomach disorders Mrs Mary S Crick of White Plain Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for yearstriedall kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By the use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking A few bottles am fully restored in weight health and strength and can eat whatever I like Kodol di tests what you eat and makes the Htom ach sweet Sent Up For Three Years At the recent term of the Morgnn circuit court Bill Combs and his son Dick were tried for robbing the store of Joe C Stamper of Grassy Creek Dick was convict ed and sentenced to the pen for the term of three years Bills case was continued and he was admit ted to bail in the sum of 500 BUCKDRAUGHT EARCoNsToN morethanandn inffleu than nation or death if not relieved- If every constipated sufferer allowingpoisonousi system he would soon get relief Couti11ion invites all kind of contagion Headaches bilious ness colds and many other ailments disappear when constipated bowels are relieved Thed ferde BlackDraught thoroughly cleans out the bowels in an easy and natural manner without the purging of calomel or other vie lent cathartics originalJrredicine25 cent and 100 packages 1901Itamerscc k ria1itU Ma l7 l kiss ttlr l lasttiaoar eUtr lazatlTe 1 ttlnV I road aster be ibis U work vlthMt U wltJatoUIIalltkatkMfB ap G a MeFlKULTD The Harper Fortnie From all we can learn the much talked of fortune left by John Harper in the Indian Territory lea myth One of his descendants was at Muskogee a few days ago and after some investigation de clined to invest any money in the effort to get a slice of the Harper wealth He tells us that the name of John Harper does not appear on the records of the U S Land office It fa asserted that about the year 1882 Harper went to the land office to register but the officials were drunk and he was unable to do so It now becomes nec essary to prove this fact aud aa more than 70 years have elapsed it will be seen how difficult it is to do this We would be glad to see oar friends in this section be sue cessful in establishing their claims to a fortune but we are bound to admit that we can see nothing in it for themMt Sterling Gazette Do TH Wait to Iivoti la OUahosu Or radian Territories If you cannot go la pesos our company will do this lo yoa Here iis a chance for small la vectors Rich farming lands in Indies Territory lleased for five Tears acre with purchasing privileges Tike a few share ia e r eoraptty at DO each fewMNtTCe Leek 141i Lsxi1 ICY ia W 8ffi tt 19a jl t Judge Lusk accompanied by friend James Pantin a practical oil man of Pennsylvania was here the latter part of last week They were just from Morgan and Breath itt counties where they inspected theoil prospects and THE HERALD asked Mr Pantin what he thought of the outlook Its a good gam ble he replied and explained his reply by saying that while no indications of a bonanzo appeared there was evidently oil to be found and ho thought the percentage in favor of the prospector He says he would put down some wells if satisfactoryleases now looking around Good Far CaOlrea OnMinute reliefLaGrippeately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes thelungtlandlifHutaining tissuesR J McLin about two weeks ago sold to Robert Bartley of Ezel pairof 7yecrold sorrel mare mules at 1290 and this week sold to Lo gan Murphy a pair of 13yearold mules for 300 The four consti formerlydriven A Tk Hifil EeL IndknewphysiciancouldneedHists t tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she curedOnlyand S S Combs ct Sons Campton drugstores earlyhourproperty to the value of 50000 with an insurance of perhaps 30 000 The grand opera house was destroyed and the Masons lost 2000 in regalia To Care a Cold la Ole Day Take Laxative Drone Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature iis on each box 25c The best price for cattle in Cin cinnati on Monday last was 550 Heavy hogs brought 745 while sheep commanded 575 Miss Hattie McLin of Rose Hill Va is the guest of her brother R J Mclin of this place Young Plants Every farmer knows that some plants grow better than others Soil may be the same andseed may seem the sam but some plants are weak and others strong And thats the way with children They are like young plants Same food same home same care but some grow big and strong while others stay small and weak Scotts Emulsion offers an easyway out of the difficulty Child weakness often means starvation not because of lack of foodbut because the food does not feed Scotts Emulsion reallyfeeds Ind gives the child growing strength Whatever the cause of weak growScottsit and 5ettb matjta rightr axMi+ y y t DRe FENNERS KIDNEYBackache I All diseases ladder Urln iopsy Also Kara OfK14JJJICURE Dont become dlseonractd There Is a ewe for you If necessary write UrFeoner UA has spent a life time curing lust SUCh cssae avlours All coasultatlooaPree I bad severe case of kidney disease and rheumatUro discharging bloody mutter Su4eredintense pain llywife Raseerluual- affected with female troubles Dr Fenner Kidney Backacbe Cure curtd us IaaaF M WUEELEU Randolph DrugglstsfocIi Ask torCook nookFree CT UITIICniUnC8viroCureClreularI FredonlaNYI Dr J a STILLWATER SPARKLES 0Grass is looking fine in this com munity J M Taylor went to Campton I on business Friday James Hanks of Campton wasII on Stillwater Sunday Miss Caroline Taylor of K W A Campton camo over Saturday B D Rose returned home Saturday t from Pomeroyton where he has a lumber job Bertha the little daughter of Joe Rose on Friday last fell on an axe inflicting a flesh wound on the headRevs Tolson Madin and Bristow preached at Rebecca church Sat urday and Sunday Quite a crowd was in attendance and good order prevailedSewell Rose one of Stillwatera brightest young men announces himself as a matrimonial candi date and solicits the support of the beautiful belles of Wolfe Ye scribe has just received let ter from our friend Morton Rose who went to Oklahoma last fall He says he is well and having a very good time but thinks he could have a great deal better time with the dear Kentucky girls March 30 PRESTO I I I Duato be told the truth about Lion Coffee thosethatttoryeggLion is pare wholesome tag lUeil neSTa flavor and uniform sealedaei MAYTOWN MISSIVES I j 0Willie Childers called on his best girl Sunday Robert Childers was in Ezel on business Monday Estill Clark spent Saturday and Sunday in our town The Odd Fellows organized a lodge in our town Saturday Mrs Frona Nickell of Jericho is visiting her parents at this place Misses Maggie and Lizzie ChilI ders made a flying trip to Greasy creek SaturdayiAunt Rhoda Sample and Mrsl Neff were entertained by Mrs John Curtin Saturday Misses Alma Swango and Inez Day attended the singing schoolat Ward schoolhouse Sunday Misses Nannie Day and Mollie Clarkspent Saturday and Sunday with friends on Clark branch March 30 LUNETTE All Wire Baffled Word comes from Wake Ark that Rev John J Cox had a strange malady accompanied b7 yellow jaundice Fo r andtthough everything known to the profes ion was used the trouble remained One day he began to use Electric Bitters betteer cured Its the moat reliable medicine entirely OnlyroDayHazels Campton druggists CiitirSewtuL- Married at the residence of the brides father Capt James Sewell of Boxer Ky on Thursday March 26 Clayton Center and Miss Zeril da Sewell Rev G M Center offi citing Clayton and his bride arrived in Hazel Green Friday and were extended an ovation in the form of a charivari in which a host of Claytons friends partici patedWANTEDA GENtiemanagebealarusolid aaaeisl standing A straight boom age peaeAlreetadvsneedfirI rc+ r I 0 W a T a CASKEY HAZEL GREEN KY Dour in General Mtfcbandise and Country Prriui NOW ON HAND A LARGE HAS well selected stuck of Dry Goods Notions I GENTS FURNISHING GOODS LADIES AND GENTS TIES READYMADE CLOTHING HATS AND CAPS BOOTS AND SHOES PATFNT MEDICINESI DRUGS OILS c Ac gSTln fact everything usually kept in flint class general store Call sail ex amine his stuck nail hear his prices He will treat you nicely WL CEVEDON REPRESEN- TINGGUGGENHEIMERCOlnc Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VAf Headquarters West Liberty Ky I will be on the road immediately with full line of sample Dry Goods Notions White Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request beforeia aN+a ax Q ISQS+ I IjjI jj Grape Vines Small Fruits As A I2 everythingfoe Strawberry and General Cats 4 logues on request i Both phones S H F Hillenmeyer Sons I Q w LEXINGTON KY e KadalDyspepsial i Digests what you eat TJjis preparation contains all of theI digestants and digests all kinds of food It gives Instant relief and never falls to cure It allows you to eat alli the food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take it By Its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured after everything else tailed It Is unequalled for all stomach troubles lit cant kelp but slo you ge dI Prepared onlr by EOUnVrrrCn Chicago TholbotucconUUns2MtlmistbeSOcI sure OIL Ifte Hazel Green Oil a fINCORPORATED I IILs now ready to do business Home office Hazel Green Ky More than 7500 acres of mostt desirable lands JEW A definito amount of the apartforpurposesAn ableFor president tary Win H Cord AsJI a 1o Wincnastaf Bank f WINCHESTER KY X N H WITUERSPOON President R IX HUNTER Cashier 2 Paid Up Capital 910000000 Surplus I I I 80OOOOO 2 Handsome Depositor S404X1848 f bank solicits the accounts of farmers traders and bUII IIThill generally throughout olfelK its custom East facility and the most liberal i within the limits of loct2ly legitimate 3vn 000 et70n C30000 Tax Lana Sale notice School District No5 Wolfe Coo ty Kentucky As Treasurer of the above named dis trict on MONDAY APRIL 6 at 1 oclock p m at the court hou door in Campton I will proceed to sell at public outcry to pay school taxes due me as Treasurerof the above named district for tte year 1902 the land of the following named persons situated within said district or so much thereof as ms be necessary to pay the taxes duo and landleviedkins who is due 1 ISiof taxes is bound SSpencerthe west by France Drake on the north MilesWadllin3Mt Treasurer Fincutle Ky GREAT- OVERCOAT SALE r Owing to th- eContinued Warm Weather We arc BADLY OVERSTOCKED i IN OVERCOATSTHOUSANDS Of Overcoats FOR s MEN AND BOYS AT COSTa Regardless of Cost Gome Early ana set Bargains Louis Gus Straus LEXINGTONS GREAT CLOTHING HOUSE CLARK 3 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUDERSI 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics andconsciencious calculations are their 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