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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 0 ouOO 0 0 I tr41 SUBSCRIPTION RATES 55Three30Singleindicatestime 100Six 05The ilili Y renew 10 days before time is always give postoffice address state when changed renewing or to sbouldII Remittances should be 0 registered letter or bank drafti 4004e000a4od00d00ppF the Story Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 9 1903 NUMBER 36 i SrKXCKU O and COOlKK Ktlltor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated andd Most Quoted Papirr in tin Kentucky MowwtafesR PER r la YEAS Adranc I i IfTheKind You Have Always Bought and which has beenuse for over 30 years has borne the skrnatnro oP Iih HERALDo its his pcIII thisAllhutEXerill1entInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIAI Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverlshness It cures Diarrhea told Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sieepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of 7-r The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years WC CCNTAU COYPNNY tt YYaRAY TNaat Nor em rx f I Ali vuor Wise in East Brought Valuable Gifts to Ex press their Devotion Wise MOM of Today Regard +LIFE INS URANCE IX Till State mutual lifo Assurance Go of Mass I Aft one of the Most Valuable Gifts I draycan I tew on Their Families CdyHc a Wire Man Today and Make Application for IVlicy to Q B3 5lOSEJrJI- cCAU1 EY KY Special Agent for East Kentucky u WAI IOltlAN GHNKUAI AHEXT 401102 Mutual Life KuildinK- LOl ISVILLK KY J E FEIIL IpaS iLEE CITY KENTUCKY Practical Barber = IinKair Dresser Everything uptodate Public pdroate Miikitwl anil witisfaction guaranteed 1 FARMS FOR SALE OR RENT Ilocations secured in growing towns in Indian Territories Town and City llchca The Great Southern Road Systems give the most direct best facilities for reaching Oklahoma and J First and Third Tuesdays in April I IIBusiness ADDRESS v Oklahoma I r Tr Land and Townsite Go 341 or call at office 51k E Short Street LEXINCTON KY J shares of stock for sale at 10 per share A large dividend is assured EDWIN WRIGHT President Secretary XTTSDBIHPON Treasurer 0 0 A t 0 T BIIT G M4 1 of VOaa RflilUe tea We have just received 20000 Noteheads 10000 Envelopes t 10000 Letterheads c andl will print thorn to order at a cry1loW price for the cash 4- a THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor DEMOCRATIC TICKET BIor nlreutnUeDht District PIERATTiIIov X H HAYS who is a cau didnto for tho nomination for at torney general before tho primary next month was a poor boy and had a hard strugglo to secure an edu cation Once while he was going to stato college and working to pay his way being at homo on a visit a young man who lived in the same town and who was quite wealthy thinking to belittle young Hays iiu the eyes ofa crowd of young men of their mutual acquaintance with a selfsatisfied Iauithewhole thing sort of an air put tho ques tion Napoleon if you do succeed in getting an education what do you hope to mako of yourself Deliberating a moment young Hays replied Well if I succeed to my own satisfaction I hope to bo a minister of the gospel if I succeed in attaining only a secondary success I shall embrace the law as a profession But ifafter all I turn out a damn fool I shall be a doctor As the rich young buck was then a student in a medical college the withering sarcasm of the reply is readily recognized Suilice that ho was never again quizzed in public and did attain to second place in his ambition he being now a lawyer of prominence The Tenth district will give him a solid vote Loss of Vitality- Is loss of the principle of life and 1aI early indicate l liyI failing appetite and diminishing strength and endurance hoods Sarsaparilla is the greatest vitalizerlt acts on all the organs and builds up the whole system RECENT issues of TilE HEUALD have doubtless convinced our rea ders that our choice for commis sioner of agriculture is lion T T Hedger of Scott county who is a practical farmer We have arrived at this conclusion after diligent inquiry with regard to Mr Hedg ors qualifications his social status nUll his political position and we I think it safo to predict that no man who a month from today gives to Mr Hedger his support in the pri mary will ever have cause to regret his action He is sober honest a goodcitizen in all the term implies anda dyedinthewool Dem ocrat But what is of paramount interest to all these good traits is the fact that being a farmer him self he will have tho interests of the farmer more nearly at hear than would any other man seeking the plnceUBirds ofa feather you know flock together B reason of certain things Mr Hedger is especially strong in the Tenth district ONE mouth from today May 9 I 1003 you will be called upon to register your choice for the nomi nation for lieutenant governor on the Democratic ticket and if our advice after due inquiry about the aspirant is of any assistance to you wo should recommend Hon Abram Kouick of Clark county Ho is a young man of unblemishedchar acter a farmer by profession and during the two last sessions of the legislature won meritorious men tion as a zealous and painstakin- momber of that august assembly His acknowledged ability in that body prompted his friends to ap peal to his ambition and ask him to mako the race for lieutenant governor a position which those whb know him best say he wool fill to the satisfaction of himself and all who support him with their suffrage as well as to the dignity of this grand old state Remember be belongs to the Tenth district Do You Want to Lmit la Oklahoma Or Indian Territories 1 If you cannot go in person onr company will do this for you Here is a chance for vestors Rich farming lands inIndia n Territory leased for five vearaat 1 per acre with purchasing privileges Tat afewsharers in our com 10 sac and see them double lathe next few months For particulars write K O I KyOmcersrnliusC F Qaer e1Lj BobiMon Sreaa Iii tr r i J o c II If you know Malaria you certainly dont like it If you know Ayers Malaria and IIIII Ague Cure you certainly do like it STRAY SHOTS Carl Mizo is expected back to Hoosierdom soon Mrs Elizabeth Turner of Paris 111L is very sick at this writing liar daughter Mrs Will Miller is also on tho sick list Mrs Ellen Kash passed tnrough Terro Haute a few days ago on route to Jeffersonville Ind to visit her daughter Mrs Bonnie Jones s The spring in the Wabash coun try has been very early but a de layed snow storm came on the 3rd and lasted several hours Farmers have begun plowing W S OHair of Paris Ill has sold his farm of CO acres adjoining that city for 200 per acre cash and will move to his home place 10 miles south of town s- oon Ypur writer saw Letcher Trim ble of Newman HI a few days ago He slows up prosperous and in fine health lIe recently built some fine cattle burns fur Thos E Frazier of Bushton sakes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salve you ever heard of liucklena Arnica Salve in the best It sweeps away and cures Mums Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only i5c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs fe Soils Campion druggists Born on Friday morning April 3rd to the wife of K J McLin a bouncing 14pound boy baby and Bob is as proud as a peacock in full tail feathers that it is masculine in sex His four preceding prodigy are girl- sOverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes is yourblood ter out the waste or impurities in the blood If they sick or out of order they fail to do their work Pains aches rheumatism come from ex cess of uric acid in the blood to neglected kidney trouble unsteadyheartthey heart trouble because the heart Is overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries urinarytkidneysbutall constitutional diseases have their begin ning in kidney trouble mistakeYby doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and sold on its merits sizII are and due had sample bottle by mail Rom of ammoBoot free also pamphlet telling you how to fin- dlout if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Sc Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake hot remember the name Swamp Root Dr kilmers Swamp Root and the adress Binghawpton N Y on every bottle CONDENSED QUARTERLY REPORT OR TlIE UIIEQIYgB WEST LIBERTY KY Showing condition at the close of business March 31st 1003 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 4984023 14629dFurniture and Fixtures 133275 Due from Banks 4400549 Cash 616630 10309033 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 1500000 Surplus 100000 Undivided Profits 4099 Deposits on which interest is not paid 8701933 32hW D AncniBAU Cashier CorrectAttestSCECIL I WELLS Directors S ftI 7 7r lli r J 7 n f sold b II G JDPIOJ COUtER Best SHWKLL Editor You I No 19 Supt JohnW Taulbee of Days boro was in town Monday on bus moss o Ye editor and John C Tolson were out last week taking oiland gas leases o 0 a S G Dushel and ye editor last week purchased a town lot of Kel ly Fulks Price enough o 0 o Attorney TT Hurst of Boxer was here Monday blowing up the price of town property Hurrah for Hurst hu is a boomer o 0 Hon W 0 Mize G W Carson and John n Davis Hazel Green were here Monday attending county court All registered at the Combs house and got a square meal a o o W C Chapan of Detroit Mich was registered at the Combs House oar Monday He is an oil and gas man nud it is said he line secured a fine territory on Devils creek four miles from here and will commence drilling immediately o o Horn April 8 to the wife of lien Banks of Stillwater a boy weighing 12t pounds Ben says he is a bouncing Democrat and his name will be Beckhnm Tho above is what Dr J H Stamper reports and if he is not careful a damage suit will bo instituted o 0 o S G Dushel cashier of tho Farmers and Traders Bank went to Lexington last week and while there purchased the J N Vaughn property here now occupied It is thought he intends soon to take unto himself a lifecompanion to help share the ups and downs of life OIL IN WOLFE COUNTY First Well Brought In Sends Oil Through Town of Campton Last Friday morning the peo pIes eyes of Campton wero opened up to a sight never before witness ed here and a sight hitherto un dreamedof It was oil noiselessly floating on the waters of Swifts Camp creek that flows through this town Oil was brought in Friday from the well on Si Cabells farm being drilled by T M Beck ott and being tho first well drilled in the county The strike was made yesterday about noon at a depth of from 1300 to 1400 feet It was the intention of Mr Beckett to keep it a secret for a while after oil was found but it spurted out in sucha way as to give the whole thing away to the visiting specta tors who chanced to be aroundat the critical period Doubtless the find was made sooner than was expected as it was generally thought 2000 feet would have to be drilled before the oil formation could be reached This well is not completed yet as the thickness of the oil sand has not been penetrated All oil men who have visited this place have been impressed with the surrounding country as good oil territory and it is now thought drilling will be commen ced in earnest Excitement is high and all are putting on plutocratic smiles Due Notice Is Served Due notice is hereby served on the public generally that DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve is the only salve on the mar ket that ia made from the pure unadul terated witch hazel DeWitta Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cues of piles that would not yield to any other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless counterfeits Those per sons who get thegennineDe Witts Witch Hazel Salvo are never disappointed be cause it cure- sPrinces Arithmetic grade IV The Beginners American History Montgomery and The Child a Book of Health Blaisdell are titles of three school books for sale at this officer rf I BELONGS DEALERS IN j GREEN Who carry larger stock goods cheaper than other firm in town or this section Give them trial save money COUNTY NEWS jyOTES LANDSAW LACONICS Mrs Kitty Swango recently re moved from Trace fork of Still water to Landsaw Miss Milly Rose and Join Drake were the pleasant guests f Misses Emma and J G Combs of Jackson paid a flying visit to Landsaw on Wed nesday last to sell some land on Devils Creek Black measles seem to be the favorite sickness in this neck o woods and quite a number of our worthy people are victims of the malady W M Combs of Jackson trans ferred a valuable and favorite mare of a stock he has ridden for 30 years to his daughter Mrs C O Cardwell of Landsaw 150 The residence of Mr and Mrs Frank Murphy is a job of clean and neat painting the body being an apple green and the trimming a dark mountain green It is a novelty in this neck o the woods and a monument t the mechanical art of your master paint er Sam Wilson A telegram from Fort Leaven worth Kansas brings the news that a son of Hon C O Cardwell who was a student of Haiel Green Academy last year and is now in the U S army is very Jow with typhoid fever is unconscious and not expected to live Judge Card well left Sunday to attend the bed side of his son whose name is Isaac and we hope he will find him in an improved condition April 5 BISCUIT STILLWATER SPARKLES 0Last Saturday ye scribe wended his way to creek in Brea thitt county and while there vis ited his great grandmother Mrs Mary Turner and found her con fined to her bed as she has been for the last four years He found by talking to her that she is about 94 years of age and is the mother of nine girls and two boys She has 44 grandchildren and 51 great grand children ye scribe being the eldest of the latter and he is 25 Joe Tolson who has been on the sick list for sometime is some better at this time Breck Hounshell who had his leg broken some time ago is still in a bad condition Quite a number of StI water folks attended the meeting on Lacy creek Sunday April 6 PRESTO WAMTKDA TRUSTWORTHY GEN tleman or lady In euroFibwlBWi for an old financial standing A ttwiffct fcma Me weekly sash aatary of 1800 paid by cheek sub Wedawky with all expenses tfifjft free headquarters Mosey advance dfcr rpettr 340 CUe Ba l JcC 3143 + V aj i JIJ II U IIiI sC r1II1 lit 11OVUl o nm 60 3509l 00 fr year 10 6 00 on 1 1omeers 1 u furniihed same u locals 6e i liueIIIIII II 111111 0 If H I 1111 II II rvvvvvwvvvvvvvvwv THIS SPACE T- OH15NERATTGO1 i GBij8IaI J1Ierc1jaigise HAZEL KY and sell any in a and o DoraCardwellTuesday for undergoing Frozen childrenseven Mesger a a I rFL 1 iTI Iornes WeaIthjj PIIIII I FOR ALli tICAN eeeeee BE FOUND ALONG THB SPEED WITHIUS TO- 3TEXAS 1 IKANSASI a I MISSOURIARKANSAS 1NDIAN AND OKLAHOMA Territories Ass point twrORd THE FUCC9 SYSTEM ecru yea LOW BATES on the tnt sad third Taeidir of each noBih got dttC 4 infamution apply to A D MURRAY OM AfMl 4 7WatetrtStrMt CmONNATl + Lexington safe Easterl HI1watt Mae Table Is Effect Octektr 19 1N2 EAST BOUND 4 f1KDailySunday 2 Sunday PM I lA3ILra rt 2 25 0 7 45 am 3 10 LnII 2OS 25 am 3 50 40 9 13 am 4 06 44 9 23 am 4 35 pm Nat 57 954 amI4 49 pm Torrent 62 10 08 am 5 11 pm IMII BeattjTe e1 70 I 10 29 am 6 11 pm 90 U 26 ant t 6 15 pm Jackson 94 11 SO aa WEST BOUND No3Daily F exSundayAM ArrPYArr h2 1010 am 0 Jackson 0 6 05 pa f9 25 am 20 I 20 pm 8 37am 40 39t8 28 am 44 30 pa r 8 01 am 57 BeattYTeJC16 Ol pm t7 41m 62 47 pa7 26 am 70 26 pa6 29 am 19011 30 pa6 25 am 94 25 pa 0 t K BKANCI EASTBOUND No33 K No21 Daily ex STATIONS Dally uSunday Sandy 3 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 3 35 C OAK Junction 6 1128 4 11 11 WBharat11 11 52 4 4 30 13Ilsmpton13 11 53 5 10 20 Lee City 20 12 22 5 18 22 Helechawa 22 12 23 wPMWEST BOUND No 34 I tEl I El No 23 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex SundayI r Sal 915 9 JacklOnM L 2 SS 910 OAK Junction 6 2 30 8 28 11 WBhuret11 1 68 8 15 13 Hampton 13 1 52 7 35 20 Lee City 20 128 7 26 22 Heiechawa 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City 27 1 Of AM LYE P MLva forCannelBM r da fNos1 v t 2 with Ck eMpeab and Ohio for MU Itsad local polaUI ifNeal sad 2 connect at BeattyrBI Jah ties with L aA for 4aseet 8eaaaytt J B s1kY0i9x1iiCOTT ieelatst q srtr r1 f 1 I THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN z z s t KiY 4 +4 + 4 + 44 + 444 + + 4 + + 4444 The Famous Fullerton It Forgeries Ettt44 +4 + + tft+ tff + + + ++ WHEN a millionaire dies theres IIIJ1woVe apt to tturn up or a blackmailer comes forward with a hit of primtehistory hallentheI 5itt tthen they spend it spend fjuivkly that which it took years to accumulate Illmenrjtherej no children and his young widow there being only one rucccedrd to I ever cvojything real and personal whereso mepstarted in to settle up things systemati j cally It tvas her purpose to begin at I the beginning and finish up at the en1c jI One bright day she stepped j ily into several banks in the town and j addressed the paying 1 These cheeks each place do not tcllerII band signature 1 IIInerheJ t I 1heJwere forgeries And there tint a few of them after all Vlit IsN every check had beer examined it was found that more than 100000 worth1 of paper forged with the utmost skill nnd cleverness hal been presented at the banks and paid That much wns clear diditVrll nnd oiitiii1 tile bank oni cer And they started in They sent thetownpapers of till millionaire One evening two ofliecr in plain halllelnralartanent Hngsworthsecretary Fullerton the lireII 1lltiflclothespaleVhiatYou know well IplcIII I I mtJ plit itfc Xorgery rlh was lodged in jail and j rITig1iWO the prosecutor had made the I I J on three cheeks only aggre tgHnglfltue j I thiII t Jobtain I 1 f h1fcxpenbcs I j The du A1sefore neck reeiisciI iI n note front one of the wellknown lawyers of the tit n It was addressed j I t to him and I tbU IK what it said hitri socLii w t am mtwhatI of a handwriting cxjierl I will Ruaranln I lo clear olllcnf that vilboul chars Yeur I I father once did me favor anxh011Yours edL1 I millillingwrthhallI I for the dead millionaire ljuidgraf exIplained nothing to the llrilrilldeed he hehaelsolemn ly that he wcnld sec him cleared tThc prosecution based 11tHthrec restLe checks upon the trial the prosecutor I introduced in evidt nee 4 Thenhieplacetaghis experts on the stand lest i iII I fled without reservationt of any 4 t IIhat lhingsworl Ii had morgeil tthe lIrtII LandgrafI kld the court if lieI withhold his crossexaininatiuu uutillI I Wthe morrow The eourt assented t May may I take the checks the u4cover iiight he then asked The court frowned nod looked at the district at torney That gentleman thought Ions moment or two It was dangerous i t placing this chIcuce in the gruapuf hisSfi j i 7S opponent one who might be unscrupu i lous one who perhaps might destroy i 4 it ulttrly IJut by Ueorgc he era4 koned with hiniself if he does that it ruins his defense for the jury willI tail him then vortc than ever iii therefore smiled and said of course lii aw Lbi I i would accord the privilege to Counselor I I i Jan graf This with an air that that to anybody ehe he of coursemeanII I jj IandSlafltook I t 11toaj j I1iecki before him and with five repu a f table men men of prominence in the j city watching him Tewhat On that night only he and the thc men knew II11 At the trial next day the first of the j experts for the state went to the stand j t for the crossexamination To him II Counselor I indgnif handed a smallI fclip of paper On it were the words I Thii iis nut my handwriting j CUAUJxCEY G ILKXOSWOHTH I GOT iiEMORTGAGE PAID 1In 1tiandtoinouthI Wee ilreaiUd too Wet n taller nn weve worried over dronlh For the thIng ktptdrawlnlnfiest w hctlier crops were goo or bad An raisin much c little seemed It iswal lowed all we had s The women folks were savin an there doubtI iI Hut that things they really needed llots ortjj g Urn they done without t So werr reathln somewhat easy an jj S were feslln less afraid Of Providence worklns since we got the mortgage paid I t I wish IM knit n record of the things that jI mortgage ate I In principal an Inlrest from beglnnlnIj down to datIj A hundred chickens likelyl fowllwith yellow legs jI I A holl and pounds of butter an twelve hundred dozen tBomeI least one crop of corn An oats an ryeit nwallowed In Its life aBetidestIme ji was stayed pttleii j i So were ftelln more contented sInce we got the mortgage paid f1ltt cVsve reached the point J reckon nbeJs I t weve got a rlcht to rtst i Aq oat aroun an visit wear ourgoc j meetln but f d sgkcUsr not ln urgent undtrttJnd about the pcc J i Zut simply slowln down by blta an rstlnI ta Jjlt6trac l 7 i i L 4 Whose handwriting te laU de manded Lan lraf The expeiicxetuncdimiiSkit hatdwrltitl he ftplied our the pri oner at hte tmrIPBehind Landgraf tUle same time sat five tnctm1 One of thcsc a leading merchant of the place leaned forward IapeltoI them And now continued Landgraf onee more we have thee three cluck S Look them vercarcfully juct as if jot jurium j i The expert ngiin examined them and again he repeated hisI former nnswer The other expert corroborated the tirpl in riiih detail And hiv Kail limhirg1 I Is takelhrI stnnO itmttI1 He dirt o and WI Wor l tJeiitleiiien of the jury he alitI a he on ihmiehmMgned by time nanir of Iling worth gentlemen of the Jury I am ready tc Jtestify that this paper in not written in the pniimiierJhi hb feet lubjeetPheeXelaimed Conn h elorlmdgraf iis no expert Iii cmflfl4 st- mthy The judjre nodded frIIIlIIt17lrI opillinnIi I I t I fllilliOnII reeitherhe eontintied Impressmly re thrme three cheeks in ciidrnce Ii st ate that nlM SiC it faet The judge looked piuzlrd iluw can TUB JUDGE SCANNED Till PAFEKS you 1iknowquired- I Here art Ithe thne eheek he add ed liandiug them to Ithe judge fmlhmiI you know that Mr LandgrafV he iin laulgrafIllindgraf nailed again Kxaetly replied tthree that an in rvidcnce tu three duplicate of them Thi three duplicate he eoiiliiiutd I I III malt myself his I nightI in the pretenei ItiC these estimable gentlemen TIll 1lllIrWhilhhe inmimisritimCannot your honor Itell he asked tIme judge thought he could and so did the experts Mho finally picked out the three tbct had been marked in evii deuce These three writ then handed Ito the tire gentlemen They examined them for secret marksIThese they testified were not in evidence They were copied from tilt others by Counselor Landgraf in our lpretence at his ofliee last night Selandgrafjury What are you going to do abum utreregriitlenmcm ttainstIscm 111I5 t r rxtrnItl rrmrreApparently each cheek ws liVe the hcr and noman eould tell t isieb was u hieh Ten minute later Chuunecy C i IIlings worth hook hands pintIme thrII rmI he held forth his hand to thank hi tssappeared in tIme confusion incident to thei sensational outcome of tIme trialI and had gone apparently from ofT Ithr fnce of the earth Xonian in town ever theardmlorthlater The obvious it said of couhe didI Inot occur to the mind of any in theI courtroom Put it will in a day or toam off therefore to enjoy what ishle ft of a cool 100000 of old FullcrtonV ah My advice to you now is to HieI the banks for false imprisonment and then to marry Fiillertons young widow You will find that it pays In the meantime never forget the fim ciOthat the moan that forged all of old Ful Irrtons checks was at the same time hc man who gut you free and clear and that his name my dear young henceItime Ill wnntInime girlsl ran tame thrlr organ an well I alt acer better eiolfccs For wevo always pulkl tocMltn a Itl1c I we ad anlcrlmld JIll IraycA n U seems theres morr to ncrk CorslncfII pailItI Journal Soberer Thnn Fmlemnnd HonJ Y Henderson one of tc dele atei of the London chamber of com merce who are visitingi the Uimt States has been devoting special cttt lflkvrestiiigI t American expresses till opinion ti ittilthe United Slates itUa long way aheadI of the old country in genera I sobriety ie is impretsed by the number of lead gagf s1ciliimcraneei hums that in the better off classes of I Society much lens ulcoUoie liquor ishJ uscil than in Knglpnl He assert milcoI the superiority of your worklngelassc ittI tttlre aipunl of work done is largely be aH ted to their temperai icc habits il re art in the United Kingdom bout 3420 masonic lodges with full JOCOO mason The nhole number a wf tnatons in tic world lj mboul t 0 I l yo l C ti MEN PADDING MacuhlfleiLatekt iilithiIoicC IIfiiiiT Tlint HUB Been towed from Women The newest manifestation of mas culine vanity iis hip pads These aret a concomitant of the padtlcd shoul ders and a result of the fashion of having coats nhaped to the figure Shoulder padding has long been in vogue and an long as mens coats hung straight from the choulder the padding there was all that Wn necessary to give the effect nut when tailors begun shaping the eoats to make tthem cling to the spine and show the waist line it wan evidenti that the enormously hr1I- I I shoulders of the thin young mall 1tr mostly padded They reem mmbledI lgflITribuneI thinIi men whose vanity iIa in inverse ratio to their circumference borroweil hip pad The pailK are musIc of woolI and finr hiilr atid latter being pre feretl because it i lighter millI cooler ThMy url from one to IIwji ami n half iinehen in thickness Kaeh pad is distiict limit thmsynrc at tached to a common belt They lit smoothly iver the hips and are isis tened III the thigh tn Keep them Irmly in place Of cours theysmmr graded from Ithe Ithickest purl down Ito the thickness of time clothing They are of irregular jlnpe being eiil Iii Iii time human anatomyI this greatert diameter being abiut eight inches as a rule The pads are generally wrrii nxt to time skin If discretion is used in padding theI hoiildcr and liis summit the wearer will stand straight time olTeet is quit convincing Vpiit as 5li rule the Miblerfuge jis not ditlicult tn fleet beeaiiK of the waspish tsiittof the tain tvtarer Says the Tailor anil utter There iis not II email in a tlousumi made up withoutI padding Every year thousands of dollars even tens if thousands of dollars are spent in yna fur mens coats IIf men knew time many artitiets the tailor has to re ort to in order Itn mrte them ireseiitable Ithey would be r Iia ready Ihi nuke him the buttI of riiliMile and ivoiihi be more ready to acknowledge that it iis the tailor that mnkes the manCThe misshapen legs bars ti be lothel so as to hide their deformity the crooked hall has to II mail hapelr and Ithe onesided uiui made mimimiet neil I iiu appearance Truly tailor has need of paddng asmilI tndding haircloth and CMIMIS Ito liable him ti clothe his tii tim rt n such a way as to hide Ueir ile nmmities and bring into iroif in iiee their point of beauty NEED TARGET PRACTIIEmi rhllI IIn t 11 elf Mum tmtaalito d Mnlntnlnnl haitI aperlorlty Admiral Detvey was recently cred it tIl with time statement that the miners of the Luhvii States navy tad de1eriorHnl in marksmanship inee the iwittle of Manila buy IIn iu tititli nitl stntiiKiit iu regard t- rtpumib t rcjjorts the Washington tnr ho eXlIluet hit position as fol lowsAt the time of the Spanisi war I believed tht Amuriean navy iHiAted perhapK H higher standard of iiiirsiiiin hip than any other naty in time world At that time no voun i suyipraltice Our vtlieieney in thiIiii jtiou was due to the notion nf Mr then assihtart tetrrctary l tIts navy in taking the hull by l iiitdepart inent by v pending IIarg Smistia for eonstant tannery practice The smmhi was apparent After Itilt Spaiii IiAtnirieiii tvir foreign Iputters n tni hed at mil tlljlaJI l I hil They incrrnsed Itheir ipronri atioiiM for target practice Many new itpplianees for working the guns wjere invented to exeellent advan mge The rehiilt has been Ithat the standard of target praetiee all over till world has ndvanced Hut the United State IIHS mil in ereascil the vigor of its Torts for e improvement of time gunfire to mt stifle extent that other uitioii have In the Caribbean this winter I found unit tht men hind had little a itetmisiltime The necessity for it was sip parent Snbealiher practice is not enough The men do not take the inttrct in this make believe gun ery They work better when they are tiring the gnu uith full charge theytstnt to ice tthe shot hulL nly with full charge can entire ctlieitncy be gained The accident un the Massnehu ctt in which nine men wIre killed by the explosion of a charge in tIme eightineh turret iis attributable di rcctly to Lick of practice It iexpensive but neeessary I1 do tint think tvc are deteriorat illig 1 think our men can sluot as tr thehibetter marksmen naturallyt than any other people hut Ithey noed praetiee Otherj nations are improving That is why we Ire not ns superior as W were In the SpanithAmeriean war tpw KrnltH nml llal In Ynrnlnn The United States e intiil at Irogrcho tof that the fields and gardens of Yucatan arc filled with useful ese tables and fragrant herbs unknown lo the outer world In the cultivated fields are grown tpetltflf Indian corn beans Mpiahcs nnd tubers fur which l this country we have no name be cause we have never seen nor heard of them In the forests and jungles row wild fruits already excellent in iiality which could be made delicious by scientific cultivation Jlr Thomp ou the consul avers that there are half a core of wild fruits which offer tore promising results to cultivation than ever did the bitter will almolldI which was the progenitor of the peach There are six varieties of Indian corn n Yucatan and the natives spenk of this plant the ofas grace oGdhYouth Companion A man who advertised for a cook and music teacher received nine answers o this former advcrUterntpt and 389 to the Utter ITD i CULTIVATE GRACE Some Helpful Hints for Ungrace ful Women A FCTT Simple ExercUm Thai Will Add to the Altrnrtlrruen ol Thou Who 1rnrllcp Them A womnnh every movement sholilii be graceful ricli attitude should lid imconsciotlsly pietures iie fur the self conseioii wo in nn call never llit elegant As a nation a e mime not graceful II allrihntcthis greatly to the fact that tuntilI lately the stilTi long waislrd stays and tight liiilnriiiade garments MI ttrusteil up the figure that freiilom of o mem was impos iM- eIortunalely a nun era i dawning Ithe ramrodlike figure iis no longer in vogue stays are shorter and give more freedom while in place of the heavily ihoned bodices of some years ago ti ihave the unlincil slip therefore tat as the fashionable figure is concerned I tthere iis an iimprovement The eultiution of grace iis not a mereI drawingroomi accomplishment I lout iisi r I of e mo one of the finest healthI producers i h e w r I TiirnefTin cs slmulderri and a narrow chest be Then grace Till w u must be the same m e absolutely supple and said arc to lift l inagreal meaurc hut follow hit certain exer will give which will do much to increase suppleness cointsnatiirally to trw hut care il can br cut vaU Up and Down tivated hum all in n HI Jar or BasketI 0rruhr or lesser Fair Vuighi ct the Heil llisi run litIt i t hcrefort It arn to walk from tillt l hipnlJll Out frflllllli he waist Striko a hapjiy imuiuibiuiui betwuii ramrodlike I ihlu niil a Hlrl of loose and to use all ugly liu txprtsivc word lol loping gait Take a bottleI or a iKisket of fair weight it on the head support jing with the Itips of the fingers Iif ii saryiimmii the balcnre ac Iliir d1ll one mom nt longer Ioimd ithe inn g eeiuiy HId up antil ilovvn room ir round ill garden for li miniues liaily IIt it impossible ito vrtlli iuniiy n tluiml I 11111or Itins Hit of the hips iiiul shoulders fall a ll the xaul it hoiiiii Ithe chest iiis iKuidid 111l the iioiildiri flattened midI the IUll d hmrllierect That tipl- yiI of the luaimlee is unit lie thort COURT C IRTtSY PROPERLY MADE IS A MOST GRACEFUL EXERCISE mincing tips which so maiix women ilut I art I rendered impossible I11 w women and fewer young girl know how to come into room ly Only too ofidi the girl lint lately emeigfd the schoolroom comes itii a KKin with hanging hrad shoill dIns rounded hump againstt the first article of she mreti tOm prHmMt HIM a Itable uuir Itwo Lvt surh a one donI makebelieir courtI i and at range innumerable ob s iaeluiuiul iuisitimliuim in tthe figure of eight in and out maul round alHint amongst tin in mill so managing the long tminlhnlt she iisat length able to pas through them without 1 single upset There iis nothing finer than various tames at hallI for d teloping upjilc tu ts ii II ml grae tthe hail shotili IK thrown iveihaui II o t urdi rhand ttht various alti lull that hite to tlie assunied before can be taught when n turnedI adding to juick j iiKKsiiiul lightness movement The g n u i n e court curtsy is a t graceful tx ercise ifI done with the trir sweep and briul it more over should 111 onlv tiling gEar hili triimsthu suuiih I n I o d t o riiiimieil can never liniumi fiul the m a I strong umiulat t i lithe Strength sup pleness Iilfll cics I a 1ew irace a witii a place it I i thin walk I a I us thus a proper from furniture t l II train moting i balanceI at t h c Catching r JalI Adds s iiaiuier cI Movemils Jii one more exercise withIexcellent nsulis if it I uS bto in Itui times daily Stand withtlI hheelfc together and the toes apart theI arms hwlnsinjj at Ithe fitlcK Then swing them upwards anil baekwrrd fnvtl fto Ithe right s idc tthen Im the leftI t and down again the body follow inji t hue movements of till arm Hut grace iis not neiiiircif liIy merely doing half a doztn eerciKs daily Every movement needs learning till perfect ease is inquired Any suspi chum of art does say at onee with the lnireuleffeet Tfever buttle a bustling womnn sore lly trio tIlt ncrvf s of lien friends beI sidis detracting from her own charm IIt is not necessary Ito dawclc but ml lit grareful woman never noves with un due haste She weals whenever suit able a ttrained dress which she Man a yVheiuwithout flopping or cettinj her iklrts twisted Slut enters a room quietlyI ttill whole of her body appenringat the amt time instead of being preeeejed b lIIan7rrI her lifad Movvly instend of giving her whole body n jerky twist It is art er ttoo latj to learn Although grace should lw cultivated from the cradle fI pbecOhfiiugAJilAt r- r C tr WONDERS OF THE NORTHWEST n1d UofrthOf11h anti luiI5k tries in Ibi tHM bt tilE purlflc Coii- Iii the northwest everything icems Ito hate happened witii Ithe lust ten years events which would be of epoch making importance in any country at uny time have here crusaded one upon atmumuuuthmerIthat the northweMcrner plumped down in the whirl of great things can himself blllIIIJrUbl their full fcigni tbsi mien contenting himself with eon fused superlatives says Kay Stnnnard Itakcr in March Century ihujimkuf tthis march of events I Itthitas barely eight years ago that the gold untiliii ihe Klondike were enhuruuutghtI I I causing a ru hIIf Americans to the northwest and building up suddenly a new and important business for tthe Pugel sound jMifts where thin miners uuuiti fit ted and tlook ship Kollowingthe Klondike excitement came tIme various Alaska discoveries and Seattle and Tarecoma were and are the natural head quarters for muuamtmit tIme supplies shipped northward sin well as the en try point for thl rctiirningminers with enttmuirleft to enrich the people of IHardly hud the gold exeitemtiemmti calmed to tIll paces of a steady btisi ness enterprise when the Spanish war broke out and these iacificcilies were tthrown bittum the Iturmoil of visit ing hut t livliips and of provisioning and trans uut Ithe loiIhutunew insular possessions in the Pacific the Chinese war and its call for equip menl and its stir of soldiery and trans ports follow i l by the recent eominer eial expansion of Japan with its trade iojimithe coasti he construction rf the Ianama canal which will revolution ie whole departments of Ithe worhis I rade a mob exercisea profound influence for trooil or 111lOll the cities of the northwesternt i constl Ma4jyoflheeveiilsil Iis I rue notably I urtimeare mostlyl promissory assets and yet Itheir prophecy of a golden future huuuaat not been without its profound effectIson Ithe fgrowth of the Pacific cities and IcumuuuuhIt To the Pacific i DhisutI I PIi I IIly and a growing share of time billion dollars or more of the annual business if China Japan Siberia and the Dutch Kast I miles iin sat not hingof the large foreign trade of Australia anil New Xealano1 Alaska once regarded as a hopelesslyl distant and irreclaimable waste of mountains and snow iis also progressjug with wonderful rapidity not onlt iu it mines hut in the den l opment of its fisheries and in time util 4tt hum of its forests and its agricul turalI resources so that today the Alaskan ttrade i iIf much importance While Ithese world events were crowding upon one Mini her Ithe eietel npnieni of thecoiintrt tributary to thin eorfsl upon whili the solid progress of Ihe cities IIIIIH ultimately rest was going forward with unprecedented Vc uupttuiumgI a mnrtclou manner railroads were biiihiing scheme fur irrigatingt thin arid hunN were iin course of icvclfp inent crop product i11 was increasing limber was being cut from an almost I iumlulultlumeuitlitt igan coalI minci were being opened and salmon caught all the forces of indiilry working icgether wilharapidity whieh must always remain a worlds wonder BIBLICAL DISCOVERIES Isalhim luua llren fur itmmn tear thr erur if fJrcnl rllvlt In Krntnllnc Tin hind of the Pharaohs during thin last griuhhImI Jlere are brought to light tituS only time grunt monuments of antiquity html the builders theuiyelvts who set up the IIIOIIIUIK lit1 In Habylonia a basrelief picture of Amraphel the contempor ary of Abraham was found but in ICjrypt we arc permitted to gaze upon tinI very features of the Pharaohs that knew umotI Joseph limit oppressed Israel Iii the the that was forced Ito liberate thtn from their bondage ICvery line in theI Pentateuch which refers to Kgypt has been shown through tthe ex cavations to lit in remarkable accord with the facts revealed says the Wom ans Home Companion The discovery which ha been more important tthan any other in throwing tight upon the early history of Pales tine and which lusts hail a greater luar lull upon Itihlical criticism iis theI find of over 3l0 inscribed clay tablets in Ksrypt at a place called Tel elAmarna Thet contain letters written by friend Ily powers and vassals from various parts of western Asia to the Pharaohs Amenophis IIII and 1IV who ruled about time middle of the fifteenth cell tury before hrhlJAs French iis the diplomatic language tthroughout Ithe world nl tin present day as Greek was iifd in IIhe Itime of Christ and Aramaic in tIn time fir IIaiah the Habyioniiin language wns used Iin tthe ttimeI of Moses The letterst arc written upon clay talc MsI mostlyI in the liahyloniau lan giinge and scrip They show how ex Klisive was lIme knowledge and use of writing about till ttime of tin conquest especially in Palestine This was in direct opposition to the theories of tIme negciive critics who claimed in their efforts to show that the Pentateuch could not have been written in the time of Moses that the people of that countryI were illiterate anti semiliar baroits lint stilt more important was the mot welcome light thrown urea ItIe condition of affairs in Palestine ol that time which is in such remarkable accord with tile hooks of Joshua and Judges Trnlli COllie On Mistress angnihyf thought you saul you could di plain sewing New rllhIo I did maam Just look at the stitches In this apron you made I can see them across the room XCa mnam Isnt that plain enou Ii to satkfy you n qIIII1l ra4ksi u pmsiiyZcews 4i J f o MAD RILIOIOV AH UMBRELLA lUetor Rradr Wit Retakes Golftrs- Wll Matr Chnrch t Ee p a 8J19fr 8IDOrtlOloutedAwph it BaIaIa bia ready wit made him at once the admiration and the fear of the people of the neighborhood laya the New York Tribune There iia a fashionable golf and riding club Bala with grounds that adjoin those of the little church and it happened on a certain afternoon when Dr Olnuted was holding a special service that a number of golnng clubmen were caught in a drenching vhnwer ami hurried for shelter into theJ church Thfjr entered with a great clatter of their j hudIinStjarlinlirI h thedsm ile Wui have hurdof people who make aI cloak ofTeligion Now we know that there are others who make of religion an umbrel Ia Perhaps ventured the unsucretif contributor you didnt consider my little ode J me to life Oh it wan true enough resn plitd the editr 1 assure you there was J uidlhildIIphia A mans hitllheadednets iis hiuorut ensyChiicago iJ Aching back are cased Hip back and n pains overcome Swelling of the limbs and drop y signs vanish They correct urine with brick dust sedl ment high colored excessive pain ia pass fog dribbling frequency bed wetting Doans Kidney Pills dissolve and remove calculi and gravel Relieve heart palpita n sleeplessness headache nervousness SALEM IND Feb 5 1903 I received tise trial package of Doans Kidney Pills and I must confess they did me wonderful good It seems strange to say that I had tried several kinds of kidney medicines tf ithout doing me any good I had back ache pain in my bladder and scalding ine and the sample package sent me stopped it all in a few days and with the j package I am now wing from our drug oreleipeetto bo cured permanently It j wonderful but sure and certain the med j inc docs its work I was in constant misery until I commenced the use of eans Kidney Pills Cms R COOK O Box 90 Salem Washington Co 111 t j Sends Grand the Merits in of of the Skin Scalp I wish to give my testimony to tie efficiency of the Cuticura Rome dues in what seems to me two some what remarkable cases I had a number of skin tumours small oneson my arms which had never given me serious trouble but about mythroatlarge as a pinhead but as it was in a position where my collar if not just right would irritate it it soon became very sensitive and began to grow rapidly Last spring it was as large if not larger than a bean A little unusual irritation of my collar started it to swelling and in a day or two It was as large as half an orange I was very much alarmed and was at a loss to de termine whether it was a carbuncle or a malignant tumor My friends tried to persuade meI the knife I would not consent to go Instead I got a small bottle of Cnticura Resolvent and a box of Cu ticura Ointment I took the former according to directions and spread a thick layer of the Ointment on a linen cloth and placed it on the swelling On renewing it I would bathe my neck in very warm water and Soap In a few days the Cuticura Ointment had drawn the swelling to a head when itIbroke Every morning1 itwas opened with a large needle squeezed and bathed and fresh Ointment put on Pus and blood and a cheesy tumorous- matter cameoi In about three or four weeks time this treatment completely eliminated boil and tumor The soreness that hade B nstam Cte M TheMKTRyhusweflInhed ettoV jthelaodUltrieaWritifItormationrkrGemmlWainwright Bldg St Lou 1n j Superior Art gtQlnDrceIJJcmlDfChkaro Many School Children Are Sickly ChildrenjusedCliildrenstlllJVonnllAddress Allen B OImstedLe Roy New York i- uuI dont see anything funny about that youWhy5 Philadelphia Bulletin Stohia the Contck ThromoQuinine Souhe men said Uncle Eben axes yol advice imply to have somebody to hot sponaible ii things goes wrong Washing ton Star Three trains day Chicago to Califor nucagotalon 1PROVE1 SOUTH BAKTOXVILLE ILL Feb 3 1003 I received the trial package oi I Doans Kidneys Pills and have bought several boxes of my druggist They have done mo much goOd I was hardly able to do any work until I began taking them now I can work all day and my back does I not get the least bit tired BIRD GRAT 0FREE TO MAKE YOU A FRIEND D n Ki nJC1 FoaTDKuaBllCo nuirauxE Y I cbargetrialbozlioasusKktneyIihIa t Same Poslollke Iululiate I matiSSeIMedical Advice Free stri Confidential It LADY ON EDITORIAL I STAFF OF LEADING RELIGIOUS WEEKLY I the Following Testimonial to of Cuticura Remedies the Treatment Humours Blood and II II btitdrealInJr Cuticura sterilized i a tended down into my chest was all gone and my neck now seems to be perfectly well About five or six years ago my sister had a similar experience She had two large lumps come under sprainThey cian wanted to cut them out I would not listen to it and she tried the Cuticura Remedies as I did a few months ago with magical effect In six weeks time the lumps had entirely disappeared and have never returned4 1 have great faith in the Cnticura mightbewith other people and thus save much suffering and perhaps life I have derived so much benefit from the use of them myself that I am Iconstaptly advising others to use them Re cently I recommended them to an office boy for his father who was dis t abled with salt rheum The mans feet were swollen to an enormous size and he had not worked for six weeks Twp bottles of Cuticura Resolvent and two boxes of Cuticura Ointment worked a perfect cure You never saw a more grateful maninyonrlifc I am very much in terested in another case where I have recom mended Cuticura just now My housemaids mother has a goitie which had reached a very dangerous point The doctors told her that nothing could bo done that she could live only two or threeweeks and that she would die of strangulation She n1I tOnfined to her btd and was unable to speak when her daughter at my suggestion tried the effect of the Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resolvent Strange to say she was very shortJy rclie fd of the most distressing symptoms The swelling seemed to be exteriorized and she is now able to be around her house and can talk as well at ever It seems to me that I have pretty jL good grounds for believing that Cuticura Remedies will prove sue cessful in the most distressing forms of blood and skin humours and if you wish to use my testimonial as herein indicated I am willing that you should do so with the further privilege of revealing my name and address to such persons as maywish to substantiate the above state meats by personal letter to me Chicago Nov 12 1902 OUTtCfRA REMEDIES are sold Uuoagboal thi civilized worSt PRICKS esticurs IetormtUe stf V I ttatb form of Cb0Ut Cfc lrt imse 11 TUI ol KitotlfttraO JIr t and ClltIIUa Reap Be pee cake 8 ad for Un stwt work Hutncois of the flood 8Un sad Kctiv awl Stow to Cw TJwm it rtftitOoDtMaiMwiib IlloMnUoa Yrltlll101lallI and Diwrtloni la all iAimgiitgtSt5OS Japanna sad Chlacae BrttUb Depot rta Channhotu Sq London K C TreatS Depot S Kcc C la rats Carts AnstraillaaDrpolRlowintoBjdiiej Fonts Dan uD CmuUCAS OovcaAUOt 8011 Prop BosSes f B L IT TAKES THE ACHES out of muscles and joints Heals old sores Takes inflammation out of burns and bruises Stops any pain that a perfect liniment can stop 4 MEXICAN MUSTANG LINlMEINT for injuries or aches of MAN or BEAST C C 4 a Jut la Time Broadltnd So Dak Feb C3rd Beadle has been asduring WGrlare jet told in the following siatcmint which Mr Gray has just pul hicih I was dying 1 had given lip all hope I labeIIIriKhtsdiitl5 wainI ordered one box of Dodds Kidney pms and this first tins helped nip out of lied II continued the treatment till now I am a strong well man 1 praise tied for the da Pill1Kverylxxivviei and hi remarkable reovcry i ropardcd PillrknothnoI rs One for Clip rirkpnrktt welhknnwtravrerI n t at s least one mnny experience hn lid ing in a car in Chicago and Ml her jxv fce i 4 lung picked but said nothing At the to lrc tnll toIMrHihupI IlhasIn the Gallery glassamer TonmiyOh I dunno 1 guess scone drill widouoneJudge Three solid through trains daily OmagJ 1aeItieNorth11etern h iis a great mifortune yensenoughto speak little Cato gllleDt enoug onIllupliolll i IF Boyer Trinity Spring IInd Feb 13 IMiq ThnHln i hafamilyniesU a large run l Inlgte Bill11 lrttkdoIctdluetheiUtcriiun FadelesslJTruth releases front nm tvranny Hama An Ideal Womans Medicine I So says Mrs Josie Irwin off 325 So College St Nashville Tenn of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Never in the history of medicine has remedyfortained by Lydia K Pinkliams Vegetable Compound and never during the lifetime of this wonderful medicine has the demand for it been so todayFrom to the Pacific nnd throughout the length and breadth gladtruing1 1lby it and thousands upon thousands of letters are pouring in from grateful women saying that it will and posi lively docs cure the worst forms of female complaints Mrs Pinklinm invites all wo men who ore puzzled abou- tlteinccallh writehcrnt Lynn Mass for advice Such corrc snoiidence is seen byl women onlyr and no charge is made FREE TO WOMENTorfvc the hcaKnj nod L1clc np powerof 1nxllnc Tulles Aiillielc we all- m1 A beg trial tcIait lh ok cf Instrurtin- naholtuclyli free This i not a tiny sample hutalar g J iMtknge eunuch to convinceI ruyuaeofitsvalue I all arc the country a iii rmishi i aitln fornhat ret Lax dtie In local treat culncallr ii- all clcansi I vat inal douche for sore throat nasal catarrh nnamoTith wash and to remove todaypostal a Sold bydrcrbh or ent postpaid by n CO IuarnldUlJolcn Ia AYE MONEY Say yovr goods at TITioIcsac Prlcev Our JOOOpacc catalogue will be sent upon iTcciiit of 15 cents This amount does rot even par the lostaec but It Is sum lent to abate us tht you ere acting In god faith limner send for It now Your iiritfhbors trada with uswhy not you rso J W1 tGbtJ t CHICAGO The house that tells the truth 11 tTSPOT C1SII FOH HotirTY1ARJ RA r r IMUKJ tu Mi llen of anr war Alto Sololerj d d- II t J rttinsis Kw1r 1 TRAINING OF GRAPES I Concln lon Gathered true Trrenlf GrowiInc Ibr Fruit During thrpaltuycirsularyfurta nr l fins have rimiiiiitoexiitciice the merits tif vliivli it iis nut the pur puce of this article to dienss but to present the conclusions gathered from ttI year of artist work in the growing f grapes for marks Beginning with the vine nurseryo tWIILgood Iltlllallli plant the tine so these sill be just a hurche surface of the builtnbjrbI i tofollutrpeg inches long into the ground close to the vine and run a string of tarred curdtage from this peg to the top wire of the itrellis j vnrtngtine and to prctrct it against the iill AIbteicc of Ihwin1 aid to inure an I upright growth Tim brings us to IIlse Situha fairly good growth it II j I GRf TCAIXINU First Year Aluvt SrconU Year IJeow nuns ready lo take some form of train j jr From inns Dud practical experience I with 11111111111 tiC IIlieditrcrent lIItthollsI iff training in IIallllwriter 1m concliuled all tlrhgcunt j iiciti dint a modification of what is krow u us the KnilTcn or morn proper plIill a flIIhillaliIIf the iIvtilTVn and drooping mctluxis iis thljj ImpkIIiap t and by far the prirlnal Iii consists in having two wires run at Ihr top and une II inches helow iti1111111 putslttnuhittg tout Iless Ithan i fret out nf the gmniid IpartII vas cached I tin top nf the liclli tie offt in place without injury then cut il tiff abuse the wire 1nou us the luiils banegrownafesinuhrorbeforctbiybar four strongest cane ncxl under and running parallel with the wires fir them alum Ihrir respertiu wire and rcnmvr Ill others jhis brie it to llu end nf Ithe second season and all uuilhrdiftctdtti 1111HIIIIt11I Al the Ingrinning nf the third seasin i we have n vine emisistingi of an up light Into year old and fourI hot iair j ttutfylthe fruit iis produced on thviiirrent jiiats gnuilh it iU readiiy seen that as few or as many may btu allnwrd to grow as are tcitetaueuiu to the lietgrnsing varieiies such as the t oiuord Brighton and Niagara it is best In reiiiiive eveix thlr tutu while on the burlljiiinleil snil us the Aga I wain nun many otherI + 111111111 kind i j I oinIIIIIItWlIilIhOII I nilba prnpir biilaiue linwreli rout jIj aia up It unut lit uniarstnnd that thI ires i Icclcd fur IIhr fruit iingune arc iit In hI allowed in gnw III run uori but after they hate made three III fur lesvcj besides the ones ip pi site hr irapc clusters they arc tn he slinrltntil in and kept so and Thus firi i he strength nf the vine into tlc fruii mi milI have il wasted in the plo n iii iou of useless wiuiil- II 1111 writ snare thus this pi act ire I has berg iiustiniieil and by sums ii1i ciinsiiieftii as ii elers lalmr and Iby iiiiii as eniitrary lhnal nrehutcaref1- 11 citnpariMiii Slitre rtMilts meant dollar anil icnts Icauluu tn prefer it to the sliphnd nttlioti of leUiiig thin vine run at random tn tiny tubule ingof tin extra amount nf spraying I ci irpiiiul waited ir the aiiiiiyancc it picking time Wt are nun at the close of the third seasiin and our vine iis sisinind lo lie in huh system anti proliiMy has more wood ithan is rc gaited for llu ciiining season How In routebystouchereI i we found il at the beginning If tin fruiijogcanereto its lint bud This places I tllt vine at at the bcgiiiliillg nf the seasnn ex ccpl that the producing buds have j taken the font nf spurs This may br I repeatedI for a number nf years nrf until the hnrionlal cane becomes old ji I DPthc spurs become longand unsightly jt reInei I I nut be cut away butt nI1III a nrxv horizontal I and Ithe old or rejected cane cut out instead aural New Yorker Ial of the Farm Silo A farmer who has iliadII very thorough trial of the silt says he iis- o well satisfied with the economy JleII to get at the contents like opening clrtllinlrIdo sl His iilape thisI year is excel true H very rich mixture of corn wIISj oil meal nod it certainly makes oliu fel jnjjejicndent t if i k X 1rya f FEEDING DAIRY COWS ere Mast Be ESfrele If rerleS- IJSdclor Re olU Are to ObtainedI IIen1IOSSIMfeed coma properly I11 is estimated that the average annual ildof but ter per cum is 123 pounds Every cow must first be furnished with enough food for body maintenance then whatever she gets user and above that amount goes to make milk or meat Ifa coir iis bred along dairy lines that iis if her sire is a fullblooded dairy animal she will not have a strong tendency to convert feet into meat and will therefore convert it into milk So if she drophermnde comfortable quiet and content ed the more feed she gets the more MichiganFarmerFarmerInder careful feedngand good mln agement tthe yield of hotter can ensSi IIly be raised to 1100 pounds a year We have about 11000000 dairy cows in the country which are yielding about l57OWiOOO pounds of butter which tOtitwereIprIlPlrlt St113UoousUI limning for the extra cost that good feeding would necessi tate there iiUII annual loss of over JJjOOOOOoO because of poor feeding It may be thought by koine that such an enormous yield of butter would bring ruin to the dairy industry It lIIIIiIi cued would in a shirt time be called upon lo furnish 1iiropean countries with their butter as weeonld IIrllih Iii and 11m IlIIre money than we tin1111 prices that other IIIIriIflultl nut possibly meet In round numbers it about protonthe northwest It will take many years to bring the average up to even 2151 pounds per cow and those who begin now to feed right will have the benefit of the guoil priers lre ont prices will be found entirely satifac lur if properlyniterfIIIlt profit of ttO MT head during the year IVtrt they 111111a net profit of 1tl per hind after deducting the rust of feed during the year 19l the net perhindthejlhrti any for kim milk and voting Utock HANDY MILKING STOOL llllnnt Ulrnuta Urrrlhf a Co- nlrlratertthlehnllatutu Very Well Indeed ulrI nuilkim stool t made hf t inch board Piecesi a ate IxoiixI2 inehe lt is 1vtk5i irtehr i Ixiils inches SIR TAYLORS 1I11 I GSTOOk and d is lxt x5 inches The at tip e ii placed as tightly and firm as possible The milk pail sits on board c across the end of which iis a cleat to prevent the pail slipping off Notches arc alo sawed in pieces a and IIIll as to form legs The milker itonboard b lred Taylor in Farm and Home NOTESI illIbest A dairy authority says 1Ruttier that luau been properly made will not stick to the knife blade when it is cut A pour cow takes up as milch room nits iilmsotI as much feed and requires almost as much care as a good one Weed them out The man who fumihes unclear milk for consumption or to tilt creamery deserves n consideration IIlImlcaii mill from one herd may spoil the whole days receipts Till Dairy and Creamery recently received a letter from a firm in Cer many asking where skits milk eau 1IanIt a after the butterfat is taken out of it Dairy Hint from GrrnT- Tltt tiermant tutu that wih wann water the daily quantity of milk iis increased out pound a cow as com pared with cows drinking cold water While tthe ruin drank an average of 73 pounds of warm water a day they trail but O1 pounds of cold They found alo that rows drinking warm water consumed three fourths pound ruintunedfood ins lIlt quart of mill The increase in quantity of writer drank was accompanied by an increase rf water in milk with no increase of the total solids which mean thin the milk from cows hating warm water had a greater per cent of sea tcr in it than dill the milk of coxi drinking coldsntcr rpt Sloth Sllll at Work The gypy moth tight struts to bt on once more says the pringrcld Kcpnltlican The gypsy mll hcom mittce of the state boardof agrieul tare in its report declares that the moth was under control when the policy nf extermination was aban dosed It holds that nt present that abandonment has resulted in immense loss and in the impending danger that everything in the eastern part of the state will be eaten up Nor routes the mayor of Maiden antI pe titions that the work he taken till once more and that the statp say 6011 p fur the btiInninr r USES OF THE TELEPHONE Great Convenience of the InVrnilna Loot ilthl Of In These llnny- llnntllnrr Time We have become so used to including the telephone among the comforts of home that it iis doubt fill now if we real Ily appreciate all of its advantages The telephone is more than an instrument over which to talk to the butcher and baker it iis a medium sometimes for furthering treason and stratagem and acquiring spoils says the Baltimore NewsDoes a young woman receive a call from a masculine friend who bores her to extinction and site be ingenious she gives her brother or sister or as legal documents say her next friend a look of entreaty anti directlyI he disappear and almost immediately the telephone rings and the young woman is summoned and comes back to say that her grandmother iis ill in the next block and slue must go to her at once When the visitorhas departed the res curd one thanks her rescuer warmly anti adds a blessing for the telephone itself such is the intensity of her gratitude Sometimes the telephone saves the selfrespect of young men who have quarreled with their sweethearts Ti go hack to pay a visit after he has Hung himself nut Ca house declaring he will never darken its doors again would not becniisistctit with iinj mas culines dignity but it cannot bt considered as a confession that he was in error iu his premises if he call up the young woman who has insulted him by telephone the next day but one and asks her in a voice made carefully frigid anyhue nf the following cities ifllliHall I any books of yours which you wish me tn return How shall I Ilnll your letters back Ibv mail nr lby messenger Will it incommode you at allI if send tn niir horse innight flir my ropyof Oimir IJid I injure the lass in your from dour when I hut it night before last I1tutu afraid I Used almost ton much emphasis IIfill still wish me In take tIll lit the theater nr shall I Isend you thin tickets and allow you tn select your one rrart7 If the young woman proper tact diplomatic lie resumed in a uhorlerttpliejwilh takes tit write all this i one the young man iis in the drugstore on toe nearest curlier although his polarierbrthiuigbythrhyedenti prfeetj that was dfigned ko permit the users of telephone tn set each other while conversing for nut only would this be inconvenient tu tilt well who declare titarc in their dices when in reality they are at the in tthe great American would it be to the toiing woman I ersatinns nver the tlIhlIIgiPillg Mint aiimircf her hair hanging down I ing her bath robe r Imagine true whn expects tn take a girl tout dinner tl T0 oclock when shut is clad like the lilies nf the field tailing her up an hour before this lime nlJ to behold her with an aureole ofetrl papers aroimd her headI and a dab ofjxiwder on hjr sweet nose This i purely a fancy picture fur hurl papers area much nut Ululate as crinoline anti powder went nut with till fashion nf wearng the hair in queues hut just for argument sake trya imagine such u coittretcmp I proudiugI t1return to IIlr minion the felt phiuiic i ia most v uiiiahlc invention It retin Its loving he r1and it furnihcs reasons forjcalnn y to lovers w hltprnui inv andez ruses to those who wishi to get awjiv room burei but it i h as t iiUlltll we dn nut gnienllll ncnts with it in the i II li sue a roil mitt corners 111 ai troubles uu ugh ilrenly ami tool inch know led e doesnt add iiII an one haiininess A limb in liiunt liiu Th coiniiiencfjiicut exercises nf the ligh churl Ilal passed oT with entile success 1111IIIl tlIeC of the principal thj diplomas of tin school hd brim delivered byiiiWyir preident of the srhool board a worthy but somewhat poinpoif citizen to whom nothing had rues happened to shake his high opinion of himself At the 1fie the proceeding Ithe principal with till praiseworthy pur poo of trying something compli mentary to his eminent eolaborer iu tlu taut of education took occasion to observe 0011 acquitted yourself Burly eul ouch Your remukuser well chosen Well chosen echoed the colonel turning ndhiIIsunlit you to nn dertmd sirI Ihat thus c remark were not ciioscn at till6uery word I uttered was urigitalsirintuits Companion Pats rucxlr FitVI six men wire rt c iitly chat ting ina village inn when one of Iiliriu saidII say I bet ye dinut r aN round ye cant tell me the answer to a pub I knows of- Done soul they I bit vie nun What is il iWell said Vat why iis a journal iist thefnniiiest creatnrt in ihe worli After vainly trying fur alniiil two hours theystudly said they nut give- it up 11hysoul the delighted Im be cause hi ttuilc come out of bis in ad dont itLoudon Spare Moments Paver tier Such n bare- ilnslululDarling I believe that 1 am failing Wife in alarm Craeioii Mow often I have warned your C forge against your foolish spfculatirn f dont mean in buiuess tear I mean Im failing in health Wife relieved0 is tint all Stray Stories Hoak and Xot flank Wigg How does he rank n a sculp tar1Vumgglle doesnt cut much off a figure 1hiladolphia liecord 1 J II Peruna Is recommended by fifty members of Congress by Governors consuls Generals Majors Captains Admirals Eminent Physicians Clergymen many Hospitals and public instituII inltheII SicfcNervbus II nso sro I NuA7pE U JUIC ER- 10 CENTS JllfSAlL HEADACHES Jeura1ll- keadach c S ouIemvwaeusrRoMO sDUJYfR iI7I EJ i Ifune uung nun sad Lncie Elici- tlpeh ii iiiiiii nine udn at dew deer deyis11ashvattuu Jtaz AIR IN SUBMERGED BOATS Pests if the Subi nrlnr Iruse1hai- n Ineouvrnlruec U Uxir- rlrurril bj hue Crew During none of the trials of tthe Adder and Moccisin while runniug biibmerged says Constructor Wood ward iu his oilicial report to the navy department hllill I feel any sc rious inconvenience using to the chn ilit ion of the air in the boat It win noticeably close with a sensation of staleness at the end of the stand ardizatiou runs of the Adder which hinted about two hours But at the end of the three hours run sub merged of the same vessel the sen sation of closeness or staleness Sits less noticeable than on the shorter run nnd was not sutlicient to give ric to thin slightest headache With the air supply placed in the flask there would not appear to be any dif tieultyof supplying sufficient air to tIme crew for any period of time for which the storage battery would per mit the boat to run submerged HAS MANY FOSSILS FOR YALE O U Wetland Makra Material Adtll Iou lo IbcCollrelloM In Pet body MimruBi After several month passed in Du kola Wyoming andl Montana G5 K Wicland has returned to the Yale 1eabody museum honing secured val uable additions to the museums col lection of events now said to be the best in the wjirld The additions show in great perfection the flowers and leaves nf a plant illustrating impor tint facts in the evolution of veg enable life Mr Wieland also se cured n fossil turtle of the marine type which is It feet long seven feet broad and wth 22 feet spread from end to end of the flippers He has added considerable finds of foa ails of eocene monkeys of which the museum will havg some 500 individual ivecimenJh ABSOLUTE SECUITYIGenuine Carters Little Liver Pills Mutt lear Signature of i 5M PaoSteriU Wrapper 1kJI1 iTputt 1111 e9 ai4 atip 9a y I j CARTERSiMEAIACHE FM IMZZINCSS FN I1UIHUESS FIR TllPil LIVE FHCHSTIPATIINFMSALLIWSKll FN p l J t RUNNING CUTE rTNECSKPLUIIATI Rli t t 11 w7s1nW oLNMTrNG WI UCUf8t1U01t WILL COWl YOI WlIIYWllftSJ1B1a IIi=l I i 4 ONE4l 1 aEYDDLLR4 flllH Nti4 ADORytS MIJIf DI setsilu TD- e jr err taiN Ora1i S1095 All uP07 tlNN Gmtao1M atetGt= lnraucxa rwiha1wMrnlhke1-sa a rra1 Med Mkalwn W r1BTIWOfrB Writ fI Pees Blojol CtiUlcci AMmm SEARS ROEBUCK A CO CHIGACO Salvers Rye SPELT- ZRrWdt wGatUltl ITar FARMC8taJ ton rtes r SEEDSSAUERS REDS nvn1AII- rra0det raved tanrrdaaaa curb mopetWruaplecedtataloner S 1000 for lOctVeTinmill Ttponpwdptofiaela MaraM wiuromllloJa tset wttUia-poalei11 eipt otwtiiat- eodthla inaampaeafaleg r- advII WIth ataoe If- I kaduonra I W STERN CANADAaGR- AINI CROWING MIXED PAR- MIM0r THE KEAau WRY 1U0re itwbrat U grown In Yeslra Cauada In a Yr bortwontbi f18 Genue rraelamon kfQloIi lrollOrlioD to ualltUL Tre enure the laliuda la 3getl anona pounds per bushel Iu as air a atandieOa ti- pdundln roe tan Area under rpisWestenCanada111 1VS7U3O Acres r Yield 1BO 1 l4aa16Q5a BmheU HOMESTEAD LANDS Of 160 ACRES FREE the onu charge for uhldiJiHIO for mMog otrr c Ab odaoceof water od fuel heap huudlnima YYai i anaadegoslaeasoadtrrowlh Send 10 tb also Loran Alias and other lltoraturr and foranrUflealtctTiniiyaaredBcnl frlht od pawanger rates enc Mnn rlalenlcBt of Imialcrallea Ottawa Canada or U M WJLLIAJIS Hoom 3U lAw UiiJir Toledo Obio J C OotcaN noon 5 Kit KoutlliOn I o6auspolla lnJ antboMed Caba OiaaUOTernnjtnl AianU I BUY BRAiNS Agents Wanted for TUB NKW yanK KVKSIMJ NKW8 lti j Hollar A Ve + r Itolr Easy in teL uDKTipUoo Igot4amnLdfuaiSminuteaKeeppoaad Latr t market fatiiioot Hones politics PIe Joseph IlowsMJrlitenaC fantOnl NewsomprfmsninI I loreAmericatoward a eolnmn alone to wonb mop thaneI AdAtesrtotWALTKK SOnT Klliot and Iropcleior N 51011t hew Tort Ixrolag yewk 187 nrotdway 4000000ehIso ngalholSOF IM AUOIO A WELIga Tt riIt PRIiriTAULB VANTA lAunxnut01111 WOOLLAAIe y ea eue ome sung earn CAIIT I Yh- aYYTHTUAAWADA1gYEWSMITHr b i GREGORY SEEDS g g 1 J 1 a butiaagr atat arbkbaa 9w jMUcrllaaeoua IIn test nrktr for eat Sitoawtp tr by 1 L r guYryawsrqtal rank adrniU f rlx NEW DISCIVIT We j DROPSY qak NIraa4 noM w re llNfd lOSS He avmon fc A N KK II58 tlee- It d Ef JFHE HERALD RheumatismWhat Is the use of telling the rheumatic that be feels as If his Joints were being dis locatedHe 1 that his sufferings are very ranch Ute the tortures of the rack What he wants to know Is what will per manently care his disease tctnt gtatHoods Sarsaparilla It promptly neutralizes the acid In the blood on which the disease depends completely l eliminates It and strengthens the system against its return Try Hoods HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 9 1008 Now that gardening time has come it would be well to enforce the stock law Hon W 0 Mizo and John B Davis attended county court at Campton Monday Dont forget Victims of the t Bottle at Pearre Hall tomorrow night Admission 10 cents Rain Tuesday night raised the 1watersI thanIf1 e George Rice the carpenter has been suffering from a boil on right wrist this week and unable to work To BE CURED of rheumatism all its lameness nches a- pains take Hoods Sarsaparilla You must be sure to GET HOODS y Miss Pearl Day accompanied her mother to Cincinnati where she will have her eyes treated by a specialist Mrs Rebecca Ritchie is suffer ingwithinflammatoryrheumatism and has been unable to leave her room for several days r Whats the matter that our town cant produce an oil excitement Are West Liberty and Campton to distance us in enterprise Miss Rilda Day and Miss Ora B Cecil left Monday for Cincinnati where they will lay in their spring 5andsummer stock of millinery James Perkins of Lacy creek on Saturday sold to John Murphy of the Murphy fork a pair of black mare mules 2yearolds for 225 Dr John Taulbee of Jackson was shaking hands with friends in and about Hazel Green a few do this week and left for home yesterday via Helechawa L That mndhole near THE HERA office is dangerous and a disgrace to any civi1iz community L less it is fixed up the town may have a damage suit to fight The explosion ofa dynamite iin town Tuesday night scared the na tives out of their boots Who fired it and what the damage are ali r unknown so far as learned NOTICE All claims against t dir ceased must be properly proven and presented to me on or befo July 1 1003 or they will be rodJCESAR LINDEN Administrator Are you thinking of going we to Oklahoma or Indian Ay for instance Ifso call at a this office and we will furnish you cu rate transportation A dollar saved is a dollar made you know t By mutual agreement the firm of Cecil Bros is this day dissolvedI c and the business will be continued by me to whom all accounts are i onceie Y HENRY J CECIL 3 April 1 1908 4 Died on Sunday night last near Daysboro the wife of Wm Falk ner That evening she complained Ythat she was too ill to milk the c cow but did so under protest and then went to bed never to get up again CASTOR IIA f719t1IIre3YRTh ibi YN Hen Aiwars f Bws flirts ligoataraof JamesB Cecil has been confined to his home with the grip for tic weeks past Our man about town called to see him Saturday and although he was sitting up he displayed unmistakable signs of sick ness in his emaciated appearance y For liver troubles and constipation c Tkerei nothing better in creation Than Little Early Pliers the famous llttltPull lsx drLittle Early Bliers are diflereat from J Ow pills They do sot weaken t I to aytes hilt act ea a teak to the I 2 arctalag the Wlo Md wrtorftF leer tath full perfamuM ofAi ly c aye A Tong Ruaway Charley the little 8 year old son of Judge Wheeler unknown to any of the family on Monday started to Lexington where his brother Willie is going to school Investiii gating the lads absence during the forenoon brought out the fact that he had gone and the Judge wont in pursuit And as it proved3 was just in the nick of time for when the Judge reached Helecha wa the bell was ringing for the train to start and Charley was on the car steps The Judge collared him turned him about face gave him a few slaps as a reminder that home sweet home was his proper place and made him walk back As Charley had hoofed it to Hele chawa the return trip made his 10 mile jaunt through the mud rather tiresome and now he is on a stool1 of connect repentance because he failed to A Sweet Breath Isa never tailing sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad t stomach is out of order There iis no remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing indigestion dyspepsia and all stomachl disorders St Mary S Crick of White Plains K writes I have been a dyspeptic for earstriedall kinds of remedies but usehasnd of after taking n few bottles am fully stored in weight health and strength and can eat whatever I tike Kodol die gests what you eat and makes the ate m ach sweet ltdj- aMr Ritteuhouso the jovial lord of Swango Springville is now pushing the work on his aewc rage The foundation has already been laid and in a month or so Mr Rittenhouse will be reclining in an easy chair upon his own front porch The cottage will be sit ted only a few yards below nod jjust east of the spring Hazel Gr people are proud to have such a progressive neighbor and citiz II yeMrs Fred UnrauthT- tmttimt Courtly ciab Beaten BSaebslLttlt After nay flntll wu born I did aot LDalso to gala my gtln altleoet h the dod gave KM took which he AiuJd end wry superior but intend of getting hasnI hIM leslstcd that I take Wiae of Cardul for a week ad sec what it would do for veryKittfulI 1 I rfUdaodlna month I was able to take up my usualI duties I sea very eathuslt attic U IU pralM WiaeofCardaireinforceatheke organs preg nary and childbirth It prevents mil carriage No woman who takes Wine ofheher b Wine of Cardni before her baby came she would not have been weakened shoalrovderg expe i regulate the menstrual flow CARDIJJoI A Healthy Institution The quarterly report of Bank of West Liberty West Liberty Ky is published with this issue of our paper and it is indeed encour ing to note its substantial growl I of which the stockholders especially should feel very proudI That the institution has tho full1 confidence of tho people is fully attested by the amount of depos its 8704933 Its popularity been phenomenally prononne from the first and this was the suit of courteous treatment by the banks officers none of whom more affable than Cashier Archibald It has won success beta it deserved it A Sara Thing It ill said nothing is sure but death and taxes but that is not altogether tr Conlumptiontroubles Thousands can testify to t SbepherdtownW i Bronchitis eveogot no relief bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pr monia and Consumption Try it guaranteed by J T Day Hazel Green and He 8 Combs Sons Campton drug J gists Trial busies free Regular sizes 50 cents and 100 The subject for the morning dis octetcoarse a lba Christian church Sundaywill be Ruth In theI evening Stones that Stop theI Blessing The ptator extends a cordial Invitation to oil to come oat to both aeiviceo- p Baily Wouiei Bud Patrick who is said to be a desperate character was shot on Thursday last on Trent above Le e City and dangerously wounded the ball from a 45calibre pistol1 penetrating the intestines The report that reaches us is in effect that Patrick for some cause want 3ed work on the tramway to cease and thought to drive away the men BO engaged Three of them fired upon him with the result as abovet stated but it is not known 1vh t inflicted the wound The tramway is being built or operated by tlh- I t N B Day Lumber Co to whomI Patrick has on divers occasions displayed antagonism It is hint ed in fact that other parties are pushing Patrick but of that we know nothing at all and simplyt publish the report as it comes to us The three men who did the shooting are named Taulbee Simp son and another whose name has escaped us 6eGood For Children The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate re- rs lief in all cases of Cough Croup and Lay Grippe because it does not pass imnicdi ately into the stomach but takes eflect right at the seat of trouble It drawn out the inflammation heals and soothed and cures permanently by enabling there lungs to contribute more lifegiving as j lifesustaining oxygen to the blood au tissues She Deniges Of It dThe report that Miss Lou Ward was quarantined Campton dur Itiug the smallpox epidemic at tit place and that subsequently she brought the disease to Hazel Green where her father John Ward and family were its victims through aher indiscretion turns out to bo absolutely without foundation afact Indeed she has not been iin Campton since October has had 11etle r father exhibited any signs of that disease A Thoughtful Man- U M Austin of Winchester Ind knew what to do in the hour of nee I j His wife hadsuch an unusal case stomach and liver trouble physiciansi could not help her He thought of xndI tried Dr Kings New Life Pills and she pot relief at once and was finally cured Only 2fjc at J T Days Hazel Green and S S Combs h Sons Campion drug storesLexingtons g clotiierInIII all our readers will readily recog nize as Louis Gus Straus have in this issue an advertisement I which attention is directed and it might pay you well to peruse iit They invite you to call on then when in Lexington and we may add that whether you buy or not you be welcome if you will onlyI tell them where you hail from All Were Baffled Word cornea from Wake Ark th Rev John J Cox had a strange undo accompanied by yellow jaundice For 12 years physicians were baffled and though everything known to the profes sion was u d16e trouble remained One day he began to use Electric Hitters and in a week a change for the better come sudsat length he was entirely cured Its the moat reliable medicine OndHazel Green and S S Combs h Sons Campton druggists Dr Collier of the Wist Liberty Oil and Gas Co accompanied by Judge Chapan an oil man from De troit Mich was here Monday and they both left for Campton tto investigate the oil prospect about that place Miss Genoa Tackett a etude paidhus n a days to view the mysteries of typesetting and the Imore she saw the more wonderful it appeared to her Consumption areThe only kind ofconsump neglectedarl consumptionPeople learning that consumption is a curable disease It is neglected consumption ethat is so often incurable chatconsumption get a bottle Ofing begsan The use of Scotts Emulsion thousandsIt of iin favor of health Neglected consumption does not exist where Scotts Emul1 sion is ouPrompt use of Scotts Emulsion 1 checks the disease while iit can be checked SjaJferfrtt wrapt SCOTT A BOWKK Citwbu esqiSPaetlstrat 1trrY a i 4t apJtr iia k PPNNPPSJUlV KIDNEY an- dBackache OfXldneYlCUREBf I Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If nwrwwnry write Ur1cuicr llo lifts stint u life tine curing lust such cases osyoiirs All consultutlous Free AntUy using u few o and llickncho Cure I passed a gravel halt an largo as u marble Tlio tiicdlclno proveulcd urtUer foruiaUons 1 was IIHd UnzCaeDtueslstsjino llA lc fordiok IlooltTree ClrclllarttII 1 Two Men Killed on Johnson Tire news comes to us that two men named Craco and Elam were killed Sunday on the WheelrimI fork of Johnson in Morgan coun ty nnd about four miles from LeoI City Our informant learned tiro Tom Craco had a warrant for Logan Elam and in attempting to servo it angered tho latter to tho extent that he assumed u threat cuing attitude Anyhow ho shot 1 Klam inflicting n mortalwound but loam returned the fire and iitt Ii9 thought inflicted upon Craco u thoJground and his son taking fro I his fathers hand tho revolver fired and killed Grace instantly There had been bad blood betweenI the two men however for sumu SundaytJ10000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED The SI Louis Republic Offers Fourteen Splendid Rewards to Subscribers II An interettiiif announcement appears iin that great metropolitan newspaper The St OfInnis Uvputilic in the form of a profs sharing offer to anyone now a subscriber or willing to become a I ub viihtr of The UejiuUlic A bag sum of z10 00000 is to be paid in rewards for good judgement andI wayfromThe Uepublic subscribes arc invited tto estimate upon the number of admissions to the World s Fair grounds upon the occa sion of the Krand dedieuf ry ceremonies I Purchasej rilldl re lllfi vided in rewards ranging from 1000 duo ito 1000 action those whose tHtimatea mu 1111jiJtpulic one year or 600IwilllIlY for six annual subccrijitiuns to Twice a Reek Keiuhlic nil it the remit tance is rerrivedon or before 4 p in rl April 29 It03 the person sending it callimake six estimates More estimates may j be made by extruding a subscription be yond one year or by organizing slabs and inducing others to subscribe II Complete information us to the condition witoDaily Sunday Twice a wrrkrditiuusofThelepubliefrlm April 2 until April lt ustior will be wailed to tany one upon application All coiumnui edIJ IJtUFI1IIItI G LtKEAU CALL IOX 231 ST LOUIS MO Isaac Edmonds representing Augustus Wright IPotersburg Va wholesale shoes was in town overj Sunday and on Monday sold to HI d goodYI II ad on his return trip I I I Lion Co I I I v Statesof America The greatest nation in the world is Ithe greatest consumer of coffee j Lion Coffee i everyutiIts purethats why pekelnnring When you want a haircut in any of the latest styles if in reach of Leo City call on J II Phillips who is prepared to please the most fastidious Commercial tourists are especially invited and allwho do so will find a metropolitan up todate shop in that picturesque little mountain town See illus trated ad on our front page GENtlelllllnmanage liusin + K3 fir an old established house of bonaidebycheckezpensesdirectlolIEyadancellforChicago 34 42 Mrs Rilda Day is now in Cin cinnati and when she returns she will have a line of new spring and summer hats shirt waists ready made skirts dress goods etc In short a complete line of the best and latest style goods in millinery 1and sho will have them on display about April 18th Do not buy un til you have the chance to see this magnificent array of millinery To Cue a Cold la One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets fallstoFareeach box 25c YtI Y 7 jF c y p MAYTOWNMISSIVES 0Dorce Bryant was in our town on Sunday Died April 8 Mrs James In gram of consumption Dr Stovo Swango has returned from Indian Territory Miss Artie Dye of Kzol was tho guest of Miss Mai la Eaton Wed nesday Miss EIHJX Williams of Vuioriu iid visiting her sister Mrs Lilliu I Childors Mrs Huller Hughes passed thro our tarn Saturday tm route to Hazel Green 0 P Patrick purchased n fine mule of Charley McGuiro Satur day Price x310 Mr and Mrs W W Swango were the gunsts of their sister Mrs Boon McGuire of Ezel Sunday- t Miss annie Day who has beent iin Mt Sterling for some eight weeks returned homo Saturday D West of Coobuni W Vn has been visiting his daughter Mrs S Eo Swango at this place Misses Edna Williams Maggie Childors and Malta Eaton were highly entertained by Miss Stella- i blanker Saturday evening April 5 LUNETTE W L CEVEDON rKrUKSEX- TIXOGUGGEWHEIMER5COlnc JobberIS LY ClIDURG VA QTHeadquarters West Liberty Ky I will be on the road immediately with full line of sample Dry Goods Notions White Goods Pants Overalls j and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before t451YJIH H+H + + + J IrSE I Q ISOS+ I BlUe GrRSSKurS P Jries OJ j + Fruit and Ornamental Trees j Grape Vine Small Fruits As w- thingata Garden r- Strawberry and General Cuts P- II lojues on request It HotL pitmen 4 t i NrFr Hillenmeyer Sons I- j I LEXINSTON KV ii dDyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat This preparation contains all of the jdlgestants and digests all kinds of food It gives Instant relief and never fails to cure It allows you to cat all 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 It cant help but do you good Prepared only liy r4 l IIIIM oCn Chicago The 1 1 bottle c jataiusC j tli mi s the SOc size rrOILIIne aalel Green 11 and Gas ML vINCORPORATED Is now ready to do business Home office Hazel Green Ky More than 7500 acres of most desirable lands ffA definite amount of the apartforpurposesAll able For president tary Wm H Cord XAsjN W i N W l a WIQc astaf Bank f WINCHESTER KY f9 h N II WmiEiisroON President X 4 Cashiert yJ- jJ Paid Up Capital S100OOOOO 4 Surplus t i i 20OOOOO o jhandsome Deposit of 810431048 X J This bank solicits the accounts of X merchant farmers traders and bus 2 iuesa men generally throughout East 2j ern Kentucky and offers its custom x J era every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate w banking loct2lr WHEN IN LEXINGTON t DO NOT FAIL TO CALL ON Louis Gus Straus I LVI41 G O 5 rr 1 tSG Ocr 0 U1CjTiny are Solo Agents for CentralI Kentucky ford I 1rl Benjamin fc Co SSTcw YOlk aIcrr tii1t COli cuEIntltiltg to + MClt k We carry the largest line of q ID1 NwiII iI71l Dllngfa ftVepeOaIIS BAJrN 8ATj s Jiat Siir fitZi1I1 uil we PrJlY naepweiJP And all ITKNISIIING GOODS and all other things for Mens wear in Central Kentucky OUR PRICES THE LOWEST OUR GOODS THE BEST OUR STOCK THE LARGEST 1i-Y xSATISFACTOW GUARANTEED Lj OntS1 riJTJ OOl18 IDIPallsLexingtons Lniding Clothiers Hatters Furnishers Fine Tailors CLARK 3 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechanics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed Strc th In It 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 the weak healthful for anybody A standard high grade beer Un surpassed for table use andmedic inal purposes The beer that nour ishes cheers and invigorates LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY W R CRAWFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR TIlE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY We have an Eastern outlet for all desirable stock at highest prices Consignment solicited All correspondence cheerfully answered THE CHICAGO POST 11THEEvery FARMER should read daily The Chicago Post Every LIVE STOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Pest Every PRODUCE Shipper should read dally the Chicago Post Every 6RAIN Shipper should read daily The Chicago Put THE CREAT MARKET NEWSPAPER THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU newspaperTHE CHICAGO POST Chicago III DEeCRIPTIONot r 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