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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x 1111 11TES lOr 100 55 1 30 hand 05 name indicates ISUBSCIUPTIOOnei You time is or or be bank to made shouldII IedranJ THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDO Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell == 0 EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KEfcTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 1C 1903 NUMBER 37 SPENCER Owner sad o ldltnrThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsAlws7s In TEAR Advance CASIORIAr The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatiare of In- Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIAis 1 Brought Valuable Gifts to Ex press their Devotion Wise Men of Today Regard +LIFE INSURANCEIN State mutual Life Assurance Go of Mass- As one of the Moot Valuable Lifts they can Bestow on Their Families TBe a Wise Man Today and Make Application for Policy to- O S 3RQPB McCAUSEY KY Special Agent for East Kentucky 0 WM COLGAN GEXEKAI AmT 401102 Mutual Life Huildinjr LOUISVILLE KY t J R PHILL4x E 1 LEE CITY KENTUCKY Practical Barber Hair Dresser Everything uptodate Public patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed v 4 4 FARMS FOR SALE OR RENT I 0 4 4- a Business locations secured in growing towns in 4 4 Oklahoma and Indian Territories Town and City a 4 property remarkably cheap The Great Southern 4 and Frisco Rail Road Systems give the most direct a 4- t route and the best facilities for reaching Oklahoma and 4 Indian Territory 4 4 Special Rates First and Third Tuesdays in ria 4aa ADDRESS oaI 4 4 P 0 Box 341 or call at office 54I E Short Street 4 4 LEXINGTON KY 4 4jA few remaining shares of stock for sale at 10 per share a 4 A large dividend is assureda4JULIUS EDWIN WRIGHT Preiiieit a C P ONET secretary L ROBINeON Treasurer a- bbaa44a44 bboaaaaaaa 1 sass We have just received 20000I Noteheads 10000 Envelopes 10000 Letterheads fcc andI will print them to order at a very low price for the cash t Lti THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor DEMOCRATIC TICKET- For I I JUDGE Itepresentatlve91t H F PIERATT DUtrlrt canIdidatesI the office of appellate court clerk both our personal friends and our position is necessarily peculiar We were pleasantly associated with Capt Havens at Mt Sterling prior to coming to Hazel Green andwe have known Billy OConnoll about the same time and on account of his brother Charles OConnell lithe Irish patriot of whom we have always been quite fond we wanted to support him Both solicited our support Capt haveII vens on behalf of Kobt L whose chief deputy he hopes and Mr OConnell as chief clerk Last week however the latter gen tleman withdrew in favor of Mor gan Chinn whose chief deputy he now hopes to be Both being on equal terms and not personally knowing their respective chiefs we shall vote for neither and we hope thus to merit the continued goodwill of both Capt Havens and Mr OConnell and we wish both of thorn couldwin Catarrh Is an excessive secretion from the nlOouIlj membrane accompanied with chronic inriuu mu1ouaI j rally cures all cases of catarrh Take THE boy governor will not ralIII the suffrage of the this immediate section however itII may be in other parts of the Nor is it because of anything heldII against him or his administration But his eligibility continues to be questioned The court of appeals failed to pass upon that question and therein is the nigger in the woodpile and a trick that is dar ker even than any of which the heathen Chmeo over dreamed Should he be elected his eligibility would be questioned and the court of last resort might then decide against him Just such a contingency is what the Republican party wants and the said court beingof that stripe connived at it Such capital as that is what the Republican party most desires and they would work it for its worthy too So at least is the opinion of some of us mulletheaded mountaineers Do You Want to lavett ia Oklahoma Or Indian Territories t If you cannot RO in person our company will do this for you Here is a chance for small in vestors Rich farming lands in Indian Territory leased for five tears at I per acre with purchasing privileges Take a few shares in our company at 10 each andsee them double in the next few months Fur particulars write K O I T Co Lock box 341 Lexington Ky Officers Julius Edwin Wright pres U F One Secy L Robinson trean GoOD fORiIiG governor with the lieutenant part eliminated is the way Hon Abram Renick of Clark county will be addressed after the next general state elec tion unless present indications fail His nomination now seems to be a certainty Dae Notice Is Served Due notice is hereby served on the public generally that DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the only salve on the mar ket that is made from the pure unadul terated witch hazel DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has cured thousands of cases of piles that would not yield to any other treatment and this fact has brought out many worthless counterfeits Those per sons who get the genuine DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve are never disappointed be cause it cures A pair of broilers for tho edi tor was the superscription on a packet addressed to our better seveneighths and received Tues day Unfortunately however the packet was a postal card and the broilers only a picture of two newlyhatched chicks Our friend W J Lampton of New Yorkwas the perpetrator and we shall hope to punish him some time with a more substantial dish than postal card poultry Are you thinking of going wes to Oklahoma or Indian Terri to ry for instance If so call at this office and we will furnish you cutrate transportation CIA dollar saved is a dollar made you know Jtiiii AyersMalaria and Ague Cure 1HON W B HAWKINS Vicepresident of the Burley To bacco Growers Association Endorses T T Hedger of Scott County for Conaliiioner of Agriculture Tqe name im lies a man to fur ther the interests of the farmer and agriculturist and one who knows his need nnd will devote his time and energies to help to that end He s could be a man who is ft practica farmer and one of the sons of toil whom the farm ers delight to hortor Ono of Us It giVes mo pleasure to say that in my opinion we have such a man in the aspirant far the place Mr T T Hedgor of Scott county A man whose hear and soul is in sympathy with every movement to better his fellow farmers A tobacco grower ho is one of the first men to enlist himself in the cause of tho Tobacco Growers of the state a man conversant with the needs ofj tho agriculturist and quo in whom tho farmers can place implicit confidence and feel assured that if elected their wel fare will not stiller W n HAWKINS I have a limited number of discontin vialI atI3751machines at 14 and up Washing ma chine 323 Fine iiinntlc duds with ryet1stehes thHUIwe have a good trade because we sell the best at reatomthld prices and have 10 dissatisfied customers Wall paper a specialty Call a id beI convinced J T GEVEDOK Hazel trecn 1P S When answering any part of the shove please say you saw it in TllK HAZEL OBEEN IIERAID People Fool Themselves A great many people fool them selves in the course of their lives They think they can go on work ing incessantly with hand and brain nnd not come to the need of medicine Thoy find they cant And then many of them fool themselves again by accepting a substitute for Hoods Sarsaparilla which is by far the best medicine we know of for restoring health andstrength and building up the whole system Hakes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salve you ever heard of Hucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin j Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Suns Campton druggists Bro Bussabarger made a flying trip to Helechawa yesterday to se cure some lemons for Mrs Ritchie who is suffering with inflammatory rheumatism The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist The Discoverer of SwampHoot at Work Is Sit Laboratory There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous because so decep tive Many sudden deaths are caused by tthart disease pneumonia heart failure kidneydiseasevance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the bloodthe albumen BrightDiseaseDr Kilmers SwampRoot the new dis covery Is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists in fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free SwamptDr Kilmer lit Co Binghamton N Y sad mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember SwampRooton every bottle I The oldest safest strongest Ma laria medicine Not unpleasant to livingin GIIJIIPTO OOURIER IIEXJ SEWKLL Editor VOL I No 20 Ye editor went to Lexington this week on business eeo II C Quicksall of Lee City was registered at the Combs House on Saturday and Sunday o 0 o EWm Dunn of this place last weeksold his town property to T F Stamper for 400 cash- o o o J F Vansant went to Ashland last week tripping the light fantas tic on a business mission o o Hannibal Hurst tho handsome clerk for Hargis Redwine at Jackson was visiting his parents here last week Y e C C Fulks county attorney returned home last week from Lexington whither he had been to have his eyes treated We are glad that his eyes are improved u 0 o The town council have fleeted W H Duff to the position of Police Judge mid he will enter upon the duties of the office as soon as he gets his commission from Gov Becklmm o o a Died on the Sth inst William Smith of this place of frailties incident to old ago and hia re mains were interred in the Bear pen cemetery on the Oth Mr Smith was ti Mexican soldier He had been in bad health for several j years o 0 o The well being drilled by T M Beckett on the G W Halsey farm for the Wolfe County Oil and Gas Co will be completed by the latter part of next week if no accident occurs All are hoping and some expecting it to be a gusher of theI first grade o 0 o Thomas L Walker assistant postmaster nt Lexington was here last week in the interest of the Mountain Valley Oil and Gas Co This company owns quite a large territory in this county and Mr Walker informed ye editor that their company would soon begin drilling and that they would com mence operating first on Holly which he considers excellent ter ritory Hurrah for Holly It will take a boom o 0 o The directors of the Farmers and Traders Bank of this place met last week and elected Geo W Halsey the king of traders presi dent of the bank It is altogether a wise selection The bank thro its president informs us that they will give us an ad in THE HERALD our county paper in a very short time That is the way for bankers to do Home institutions should be patronized Well then give your home paper a liberal recog nition in the way of advertising Why not O 0 o If thiscouuty proves out to be a good oilproducing territory there is a strong underground talk that a refinery will be put up at this place You see Campton is bound to take a boom It is said that the darkest hour is just before daylight Campton is about to emerge from that dark hour into the full splendors of a matchless uptodate boom city No doubt our streets will be lighted upwith gas as soon as the first gas well is found Rev L B Loveless could supply the gas and some of our progressive publicspirited citi zens are talking of making a con nection with him to have their residences supplied u o Uncle Arch Taulbee of Devils creek on the 7th inet celebrated his 78th birthday anniversary or in other words his neighbors did by gathering on that day and go ing through tho ordeal of a work i K d 00- AnnouncementsState X700000 THIS SPACE l BEL XGS T- OH1R1PIRATTO I DEALERS G8n I8l JOfCfiandiSo HAZEL GREEN Who carry larger stock goods Cheaper than other firm town or section Give them 1 trial money ing on his home flplearinp ground rolling logs TV women met at tho home nrjd hade quilting auda regular happy crossfire of talking womens forte of pleasure Altogether this was a fit way to celebrate the birthday of Undo Arch one of the best types of energy and industry county affords is the thilI of 10 children and has 110 grand children in fine health and looks to be good for several years yet John C Tolson and ye editor happened in at dinnertime and fared sumptuously o o o last Sunday a lot of young sters denominated the fashionable society folks under the gallant and chivalric leadership of that prince of wildcat pleasure outings the spanking and alert S G Dru shel the banker sallied forth to the cliffs below town to take a view of natures wild enchanting scenery In their rounds full of pleasure and amusing incidents they went to the Light House of natures notable freaks and behold suddenly an electric and rainstorm came forth upon the land and pandemonium reign ed in that affrighted multitude of skiptomylu gay society lark ers The lightnings leaped and flashed with a vivid glare the rain poured forth mountains of water and hail and the thunders howled with a terrific tumultuous roar The panorama of natures scenic beauty collapsed and gave way to a scene of excitement on the part of the wouldbe gay larkers The loose on the tongue S B Loveless who bears the opprobrium of the Right Reverend prevailed upon to lead in prayer and to pray manfully and fervently for the storm to cease and the to shine But the prayer of the witty and the wicked did not avail and the rain and hail continued to pelt forth as of yore Night came and Sewell Combs got uneasy about the Smart of the Four Hundred and sent messengers with horses and teams to gather up the disfig ured weatherbeate crew and drag them in dead or alive This society party bordering on the limits of sink or swim survive or perish and we congratulate the mudsplattered waterwetted crew of society folks on their safe return back to townlIa rock in the weary land and a shelter in the time of the storm We would like to see tho names of the party in print but pointblank the gallant Com manderinchief refused to furnish them more than to say there were a plenty of the wet ducks Mrs John H Rose has been for several days- WANTEDA TRUSTWORTHY GEN tleman or lady In county to manage basinets for an old established house of financial standing A straight boaa fide weekly salary of 1800 paid by check sack Wednesday all ezpesses direct from headquarters Mosey advanced for expenses Manager 340 Caitoa Building Chicago M42 ABTBinSlKG RITE= w 01 Column 1 year 60 00 K 1 35 00 K 1 year 20 00 w 2 Inches 1 yearu 10 0 1 1 6 and District officers 1000 County officers 500Town officers 300 calls oil candi dates or political writeups 81o arOoituaries Tributes ic prepared by us 8 Kc a where copy is furnished u locals 60 a IN f KY a and sell 3 any in in this and save L up etc He Ho is On one Lo was sun set was all ill each solid cash with year Inch line line same line J HomeyeaIih FOR ALL t CAN BE FOUND ALONG THXI SPEED WITH US lV TEXAS KANSASMISSOURI ARKANSAS OKLAHOMATerritories And point beyond THE FRUCO STSTEH siftS nm LOW RATES on the Exit sad third TutKUys of etch month For dtaflrf Intonation applr to A D MURRAY Ota Apse 407 WBsaat Street CINCINNATI I Lexington and EastirnKaiif aye Tine Table Ia Effect Octefewr II 1M2 EAST BOUND STATIONS Daily No4 ex o21i1 1111 I Sunday PM I IAMLT 2 25 0 7 45 sin3 10 LnII 20 8 25 am 3 56 409 13 asa 4 06 44 923am4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 67 9 54 an I 4 49 pm 62 Torrent 621008 alB 5 smti11 yy aID 8 15 pm194 Jackson W 11 30 am WEST BOUND No3DailTexSanliaT10 AM 925 10 ArrII I 0 PMArr 6 OS pm pm 8 8 37 28 140 1TorreDt 201520 pm pmtti 8 OJ am S7 Stsnton pm 7 47 am 62 Clay City pm7 26 am 70 LEJuncn 103 26 r 6 29 am 90 Winchester 90 2 30 pm 6 25 am IH Lexington 94 2 Z5pm 0 t L BIAMCH a01 EAST BOUND Nc21DailyexSunday330 0 =Jackson 0 2O335 6JOK Junction 6 11 26 417 11 Wilhnnt 11 11 52 430 13 Hampton 13 11 68 5 10 20 Lee City 20 1222 28S45PY y WEST BOUND No22DailyuSundaT9 15 9 Jackson 2 35 910 6 04K Junction 6 230 8 28 11 Wilbnrst U 168 815 13 Hampton 13 152 7 35 20 Ice CUT 20 1 28 7 26 22 nelerhawa 22 1 22 05AlILvE forCaaDel vrStacky Hallway Difitlon dally eietpt sh vf x Kos 1 and 2 connect LAE Je6l a y fctoi rJl1IerfIaslid brgjfci Jtie 3b el Y U- cept a- JSBAkF04a71i1paet SudST ICO1TGP jy I THE HERALD 7 SPENCER COOPER Publisher T HAZEL GREEN i t I KY Urodericks Great I Invention By JOHN H RAFTBRT Th had the freedom of rfnEconicLs nrcxeriiiingroom- nd No 117 who was in for defalcation had been explaining quietly to No 30 gntnllIngdirecttrs icapegont for their misdeeds Talking about scapegoats said No I 02J think lean bent your experience all hollow It happened like this Id- been in town about four weeks look ing for a job trnmffing the streets all 1 day and reading all kinds of advertise r ments Finally 1 answered one with M 13 or something like that to it and tn n few days got a letter asking me to ji vail at an address in male street 1 was down to my last dollar about then t and it didnt take me half an hour to show up at the place The man who let me in was a npinrejawed solemn looking chap wearing a pretty swell smoking jacket and dressed like a omit of money He took me into the parlor and I saw right off that the place was furnished to beat the band He wanted I to know what I could do and I had to admit that 1 had no trade unless you could call bookkeeping a trade Do you know anything nbout chemistry etiginecritigjhe asked Of course 1 didnt hutlIIsaid I thought I could learn to help around at any Vind of work Do you know I anything about tools or inventions he asked me and when I said no ex jr1 TOLD HIM THAT ID TRY TO PLKASC HIM pecting to hear him end the deal he I I surprised me by saying Well I believe T youre the very man Im looking for He explained that he was an invent or and had been busy for tomc ttune on a contrivance that would revolutionie certain branches of Itrade and make hint enormouslyI rich 1HisI name was Brodcrick he said and all lit wanted me to do was to assume the ownership 1ittIiiloHurtwo back rooms He said that if I1111 exactlyI what he wanted for three months hed give me a bill of sale for the furniture and effects of the place besides seven dollars a week wages to be paid every Saturday 1 was to stay in the flat all the time except whilel was eating my meals go to bed not later than ten HI night and never open mornSlug I The two back ronni a kitchen and small timing room he reserved a for himself sayingi that nobody limit lila wife should lit admitted to them L under any circumstances He ad mUted that he and his wife boanhlI in another place anti that he was t compelled to make arrangements of I t the kind mentioned for purposes ft absolute secrecy 4I generally work I I at night he explained my brain and hand work better then und beiido I Im pretty sure iot to he disturbed j c I go home about seven in the morn ing I told him that Id tty to please him and we struck a bargain was to tell everybody that I hail bought tIme flats contents anti thrt Mr IJroderick had moved away It Ilooked like a very snug layout and an tic insisted that there was ab solutely nothing for me to do except tend the place as if it was ny own keep out all visitors except his wife f and never mention the secret nature of his business I was delighted BABYS FIRST LETTER Dont go runnln on me fellers I Somethin stick In In my throat For this letters Irom my baby An the first site ever wrote Gm I rfll Jamou know It Jljnnd for lots o chaff T yar oihin good an pirnly 2tn not do a thing but Ian But hU letter with Its Jicrawlln 5 Strikes a whole lot dlfTrcnt note For its from my only baby An th first she ever wrote e Wrote It all herself God bins hrw 5 Took her three four hours I guess t Though theys only two short pages c Klllrd with bOIl blesetInsmm eEtartaIt out I love you papa Then the lines all seems t float ISo you blame me 7 Shes mj baby Its th first she ever wrote Way off there bpjoml th mountains S By a sunny summer SPa t Bpellln out her daddy letters An aendln love t sue- S blsboobescrylnWy Its my own wee girlies letter Very first she ever wrote Nono runnln on me tellers Something chokes me In my throat babyAn Americanr5ImmigratIon OB the Increase I At the present rate of increase un S less something is done to check it im f migration into the United States will soon reach a million annually One I asamany as tic United States ought to s try to absot bin a single year JfSome Use i bi The onJyiBint the emperor of China tTerliakQi irio consideration say miChlcstc BecordHertld iv whei I sigIJfttf tJfkl1r I d k is 4 with the place Then a a matte of good faith he led me ilnto hit lockedroom I They looked like A machine or Jewelry shop all littered with tools clgHr boxes jugs bottle nntl barrels lie had converted thb gas range into a kind of blacksmiths furnace and I noticed that the win slows were boarded up on the inside II lie gave me a bunch of keys showed me a pile of magazines in the front room and a case full of hooks all i novels and told me to go ahead and try it for n week It went all right for the first two or three days and then t began ttn get lonesome I found I couldnt open the dour at time end of the hall which led into his laboratory and Ithe empty house with no company began to get on my nerves I didnt know anybody in hUh limit Mr Jlrod crick had expressly forbidden me ttel have company Sometimes is tfirt night when I couldnt sleep I could hear vague sounds of tinkering from his quarters hut I didnt see him for nearly two weeks On Saturday morning I found my wages in a small yellow envelope on the hall sent and that night about nine oclock Mrs Uroderick the wife came tn this door 1 knew her nt one becausn she called mc by name said that her husband had gone nut of town for a few days and that she had no key to time rear entrance I told her that I had none either hIlt site insisted that I try my Ixst to let her into her husbands laboratory I did try hut failed and she went away very much annoyed I thought after asking me if any visitors had calleil and if any letters hail come for him Nobody ever called and no letters ever came Even Uroderick let himself in and unit by the bark iloor of the tint never came into the forward rooms anti so far as I could discover never came to the building at all in the day time After Id been there shout a month he came in one night by the front door looked cautiously and iit teemed to me suspiciously about anti said Well arc you tired of your job I had to admit that it was getting a hit tedious limit he laughed and saul that if Id stick it out time three months hed raise my wagM In 10 a week right off Anti he did JIll I at last one night about mimi night as I lay tossiuugl never could sleep more than six or seven hours in 24I suddenly heard his votes right at my elbow lie asked if T was asleep and when I said no h tumid me hed like me to step into his laboratory Ill give you another raise he said if youll do something for me in Ithe daytime He had a lot nt plaster of pari and showed me how to make it inlo a kind of paste like clay and he gave me a jug of acid and a lot of old pewter ware and showed me how to polish up the metal The next morning T noticed that his door was open and I judged that his intention was for me tto get busy ThatIIuhty was Satur dayl but I didnt fiml my envelop in its usualI placr limit I had souse saved and wasnt worried now Ilint I haul something to occupy my mind Hroderick didnt show up for an other week and then finding iii dos locked concluded he had re turned My hand were all stained up with the acid and my finger nails were chalkyI wilh time plaster but I found my envelope that morning with two weeks Iayh0andnilin gold I was surprised anti de lighted you can lbet and that day at dinner time I walked over to the avenue and bought myself a new overcoat I got hack to the flat my flat I had commenced to call it limit I wasnt there ten minutes before there was a ring at the bell I went to the door anti saw two men one the clerk who had sold me the over coat and the other a strapping big Irishman with a fur cap and his coat collar turned up I asked then what they wanted and fw answer Ithe big man put his foot in the slight Ily opened door and pushed in The clothing clerk looked pretty scared ami I guess I did too but the Irishman sat down and explained tIme whole trouble 4ter aint so bad lookin he said limit yer gooldd a dead giveaway Wheres yer layout I didnt under stand fully till he began to search the house Hrodericks hack rooms were a wellequipped counterfeiters den and on my hands were the acid und plaster of his trade T never saw either my employer or lJil vvifo afterward but when it conies to be hug an easy scapegoat I think Ive gut the world beat Chicago lIen ordHerald MORE REINDEER FOR ALASKA Contract Cloiril by Government fog Supplying of the tatIswills Meat Att Vahington ten da h ago the got ernment awarded the Northwestern Commercial company a contract for Mipplying and transporting another 100 reindeer from the Siberian coast to Alaska TIme company is closely al lied with the Northwestern Siberian company which own trading and mining CIIIICCMOIIS on the Siberi punhaHdhlllldredst exchange for merchandise The bal ance of time rrindrrr will be rounded up from Siberian wilds turiii the spring anulsumnomer There are now in Alaska about 10000 reindeer List years increase amount objlctilwith meat and facilities for tran spur tation The Foolish Salelde A New York man committed suicide because he as afraid he had Urighta disease limit it was found when the doc toni examined him that he didnt have it and probably never would have been afflicted with any such malady This shows says the Chicago RccordHcr hLhjavmnviseI it is to be hasty reo rdlDg the otters tflfierlfClock for Traekrrmlkttn- Trackwalker for certain Jlassachn setts railroads are now required to wind a registering clock ct crtaia poInts every hour and rcccrJs are tsutrItduitJ t b J TO MAKE VEAL POTPlE These Dlr tln Carefully Followed Will tenure Perfection In the Savory Dish Veal pot pie isatrimmmnphctf time American housewife Comparatively few people succeed in making the crust light flaky anti perfect as the pastry of a French chef yet permeated with all the savory flavor of the meat my the New York Tribune It is always made of a cheaper portion of the meat like that from the shank or the uhoulder Hoil a part uf time shank bone with the remnants of time meat clinging to it for about two hours llrown two ponndsof time lean meatI from the shank in a tablespoonful of butter Scavm the pieces well and when they mire thor oughly browned cover them with about a quart of the stock from the thank bones Let the browned meat simmer in the stock for about two hours At the end of this time the meat should be thoroughly tender ami there should be only just enough stock around it to prevent the dumplingsI from fallingI into iIi and yet enough to prevent I he meat truism scorching To make the dumplings sift tu up fills of flour either pastry or bread flour with II all poonflll of good link ing powder Wett the sifted material Is by stirring in a cupful of rich milkandI put Ithe batter titer Ithe top of Ithe meat In large ipnonfuls being careful not to jillovv Ithe dumpling to ink far helms Ithe liquid ICover Ithe put pie as closely a ipotMblc stout Ilet I lie stew hull hard for from ten to Ir minute Tilers must be enough gravy Ito prevent Ithe meat from corcliing and yet not enough to allow time dumplings to sink into it and become heavy and sodden before Ithey hate a chance Ito rUe The dumplings arc really held up on the mciil and cooked by the tcam of this grass They should not lit put in un til about leu minutes before lhe tcw iis done They should Ibe tiikcn up when done and arranged in it circlei on a lint platter The meat liould laid in the center and the thick gravy in till bottom of the pot should be thick ened and seasoned If it has been boiled down too much there should be water added to it It should be boiled ip again fur a moment and poured over the meal not user the tltumnilimmgs which should tunis n white flaked bor der to this meat and nrasys teiuier well cooked veal stew a lamb stew or fa white frlIt of chicken iis the onlyI stew appropriately served with a hour tier cf dumplings cooked over it The dumplings must always Ial light flaky and tender as biscuit ptrircutetl with the savoriucss of tIme meat they are served with It lullt be the Ilight st and whitest of criiMs There jis im cMtisc for a heavy streak in thccriisls antI no reason for it except unskillful inunugcmenl I Oniy delicate meats houl i be u id n pott Pit Href or turkey iis hum Irlll1 mlumumm1iiiuiIorlsgreasy old I ire eujumuiii mnhfitNOTES OF THE MODES hscss Valeria TrimmIngs nnl tilt er Flurry fur irlnK ami SUnummtr tottgis Airccricd cotton canviis mid eta mine weaves an among Ithe inev pecoive dress materials for ta rhsummit mer wear The floralI and orientalI cmbroid cries in silk or fast dye cut hum usid on many of the white shirt waitand blouses mire very effective sty tIme New York Post Pipings strappings and milliners fdd are utsino new drss modcN and for these plaids in satin taffeta and panne as veILs in many cuts plllkadllhembroidered cloth velvet and fancy gimp lire used A dropshoulder yoke iiud Monte Carlo bolero fronts are the features of a new blouse which iis suitable fo silk or soft woolens Hither tIme bell the flillI mlJheorations are simple machine stitcn ing or Hercules braid and tailor hut- ton A new spring skirt that iis particu larly adapted to narrowwidth mn lerias iiIIf ninegored flaring tohap the srauis ha hututSt rllpJllIIIr in plain styli The back breadths art box plaited and the use of the shaped hip yoke is optional The Louis Seie coat will be re vived this spring It is mads with a flat knifeplaited postillion back the plaits in graduated or jabot tif feet at time lower edge showing the piaiu or mammeysilk liiing Kmbroi ilered atin meters turn away from a vest of soft lace with rich medal Honed tabs falling over it from the neck The collar and foi vtff11fi t reach across the front only amutlcost Ily cut jet buttons atc used to finish each side- Swinging cords frogs braiuu bourgs buttonst fancy girns and similar military effects will be used on 1115113tuf the spring jackets coats and basque bodices Round hints turbans anti toques in white French felt mire popular for evening wear trimmed with soft white plumes and tncd with velvet mil matching shuded velvet flowers of sonic becoming color orlwoman who desires an evening hat that is not gay or over youthful in effect one of crramwhitc felt with black anti white trimmings of plumes anti velvet is most satisfactory This lint goes well with almost any cos tunic Tomato RIsque with Rice Put n pint can of tomatoes in a stew pan with 1himiifu cup of water and small slice of 01 ion Cover ami cook slowly for 15 mil utes then pre s through coarse sitve and return to till stew pan add U pinch of bakingtoda lada pint of milk in a double boiler mId a tetmspsiommfuiof huller and two of boilci rice and tilt U pour slowly into the tomato stirring rapidly Season to taste with salt and pepper and after fcitumcring for three or four minutes pour into u hot vnrocn and serve with crotilops Washington Star Among the many interesting exhib its from Mississippi at the worlds fair St Jouib will be an immense pauel mod from epteimen of 69 different rarlflfff 01 KW0 gtOWnJpt UjKtkUtl J r a OUR BELGIAN RIFLES They Were an Experiment Tried in the Civil War A a RetreatIng Force They Were an Exceptional Sucre Hut Were Not of Much Vnluc In Other Wny MKX the news of time attack V upon IFort 811 III JIll I by South Carolina seccstioii JI reached Europe late in c April lS6lii prominent citi ZllI of hut Iliiled Slates tutu traveling abroad look upon himl itif tillr r spni ililyofiipri visional agent of Ithe American government imiimir promptly began uiugtui bit ions Ito se cure option upon struts and munitions of war in the hands of foreign manu facturers The American arcenuls in Ithe north ern states had been dripped of their stores of arm and military supplies before the inauguration of Itill eccs tion movement and tIll government at this Itime was greatlyt I in need of arms iiceoutrenientswilli which tociuip this volunteer forces railed out by the presidentI in his proclamationt of April 12 and promptly approved tIll pro visional contracts entered inlo by its teircoiistitntcd agent Among ttill pureha es nnmiu iill t his manlier were severalI Ithousand HcJgian rilKs nplll1utI tIme time lo pOIIS martclousrangcand penetrationI They were ungainly looking ss ciipoiis even when romparcd I wilhi I ttill clumsy llarpns Kerry musket ithvhiehthtt regular I1iiited States infantry wa armed atI Itill timei and had licen con structed apparently with a view for use in till metre rather than fordcir nble ballistic properties They were mounted lit wide bniis- bauds along Ithe upper stoIk mimI Immmhs ionn below the trigger gumarti uk a neaxers beam The horf the piece was eajKiciotis ciiouuh to admit a moans thumb and when the Iapwascharged withI iits normalI load of some tilt grains of Miwder it was cajKible of rivaling the IIl1inf a small cannon when iiicliarred The nipple was set well forward of ithe breech block re sulting in the initial ignition of the powder near tthe center of the eliarge thus iiiiHirting lo the piece a move ment Ilo Itin rar hun lihaI Ithat cpiite annlhl ill fon smith ili fur ward movement immrt d to the pro jectii that hud IKCII furredt into ithe IwilC Upon tin armismmlof Ithese arms in tin Unitfd State they were distributed amorg thi toliintcer forces in the field and rt ports were rcqtmiieuhof regiment THE fREH WAS ASSISTED TO THE REAR II anti compmiy commanders concern lug the lhieicmitytub the new weapon mimi its adaptability to iiur service The Twelfth Ohio volunteer imu fmi ii- I filurctlt i t promptlv Luugamm muitritSs of cpeii nicnts wilb the view UhulIIll ill with this instructions he had received The dill cime to my regiment isuni Ithe colonel one day in conversa Ition with Ithe officers of a neighboring coirtnund as a weapon possessing loams dolts qualities IItsI initial veloc ity was said to exceed that of any IMMMI shoulder weapon IIts range wa i iiii at 400 yards and its ptne tiii is double that i fiu rillc car lit il II intr ttroops 1I in colonel Kiusfd tor i monieiit as though Ihe feartd he had possibly omit Ud to nieition all the msomilcrfuul Ilia I- iIiis w bicli I tin new weapon jmusssictlm- mciiAV ntiout tin tests reiiiiiid I iy thI war department hr continuedI Zhiui linttI the gun at nil possible raif v mnlingI careful tshjsumt sit ions as s e pioeecdiil- Am1 yiMi were hutemitci lioubtlcss will ilc roMill sumiimriiohI of the coloris aulitors WJ MrtiuIIy so drawled time olnnv in rcpiy We found fur iu f lanro hat the range of till title bad aot IMII cxaggcraledI IHaving estab lished i ttarget 201m yards from Ihe firing point we invariably found Itime murksmiti 4IHI yards front it after he hud iireu However this immense rear energy displnvcd by time piccv constituted a serious object Stii we MIOII discovered to tic iisi lit Itroops idvauciiig to itin attackI t as a Miiglci volleyi sometimesi oc casinmi Itin I bus of round tthat had Ibnn gaiueil hUllt for a retreating force con Itinued I I Inicolonel lIowlrc desirablei I mai IIT could tin s c been lUviscd Our csiurimmuv tilt di IIKUIS rated beyond question t hat for iury shot tired at the enemy by a ret itmit mug soithitr usiti tho Mrigian tills a loJett its was Set afield to retard his pursuers is lmilmet the summit time tIme firer wasIiimrriuthhyI 1 suggested tlo tthe war department jimmiedthilistmttsdimmg time grcit range of time piece as shown by ymmrtlsthitgun used by a retiring force and other pe culiar qualities that it possessed in eluding remarkable length of barrel and a superabundance ofbrass bauds forAmnricauWhether thom colonels laconic report influenced the action of the war depart ment Iis not ktiwn but It is a matter of record that the Belgian rifles were lOOli thereafter cullvd in H R BRIXKERHOFP Mt 1YL t tijf I OVERPAID POSTAGE One Way in WhleH diet toverrt Prollt imIr CareleieIS acd Ignorance The post office lepartment loses But there is onemoney every year toiircc of revenue which is clear games to time government the large number of stamps that are wasted by the peo tile says Youths Companion There mire two ways hi which the government profits by the carelessness anti iignorance of the public In time first place many stamps arc destroyed This menus a profit to the department of thousands of dollars It year limos much cannot be estimated for there is im means of getting the figures ex cept Iby elaborate and untrustworthy calculationI A person carries stamps in his pocket until they arc so worn Ithat he docs not dare to u e them In point of fact anything that looks like a good stamp no mutter if it is somewhat mutilated is passed by the clerks just as a dilapidated bank note iis good if there is enough uf it to shovv what it i ilar and dirt cannot without almost destroying the stump give it time look of one that lois been canceled Yet few people will put a damaged stamp on a letter Besides many stamps mire lost or destroyed entirely mind time government wakes a clear gaini Tins other source of loss to time in slit itimmmut by which the government profits is the number of stamps that arc wasted in excess postage People who have not a fivecent stamp put three twocent stamps on foreign let hers tthus making the department a prevent of one cent Domestic until too is frequentlyI ovcrslamped Knoiigh money is wasted in this way to provide thousands of inexpensive letteri simile Everyone who mails many letters should have scales on hit table People are misled by the sic of i thing If theyemitl anything in a large envelope they think they must put on two twocent stamps IIt takes u pretty fat letter to weigh more than an ounce Moreover few people I now any thing nbont Ithe rates fur newspapers and think that because a newspaper rolls into Mich a solid bundle it costs a great deal to send So they go on overpay ing the postage Jim the other bund much mattert Iis underpaid Here the government loses nothing fur the shortage is collected fruit tthe receiver who must pay the due stump Knowing this antI hcin anxious not to seem niggardly to tin friend who mustI make up HIIV lirfici eney in postage a person in doubt oftcii puts toll many tamps on fourthrate matter and on extra fat letter and Iliclc tain gets time difference KENTUCKY COLLIES liner of Uu i That linn lIens llrnnRht to a High State of Intrllluenre and Lsufimhneus The spirit which has made Kentucky famous in men und in women iis the same spirit that has given it pre dominance in Itin developmentI of iitsI animals IIt has Ithe fastest horses it is the originator of the shorthorn cattle in America soil it has devel oped racs of dogs tthat are as far su perior to their progenitors as the pres i in Kvntuckian or Kentucky girl is su ii nor to Ithe original Adam and Eve I I Inf tIme human race says till Louis ville CourierJournal The oldtime shepherds or collies by a careful svstem of breeding which hiss been pursued by this Kcntuckians have developed into the most intelli gent and useful animals of their class in tht world In appearance in mark ills and in this various characteristics which make up tIhe good dog the Scotch and Kentuckyt are absolutely identicalI IIn good dog sense ill adapt ability in rapacity to learn and in numerous other phars Ithe KentuckyI dog i far ahead of his ScottishI rela ttime his pedigree is not a mn tier of record in professional kennels he rarely imp pears for exhibition in itt michi shows hut he lake care of his masters cat tIe nnd his masters house and family He keeps the children from fighting keeps peace among smaller dogs and among human beings rarely permits a blow to hit struck in his presence The IKentucky collie iis large and im mucusely1uutmerfuil While not of a fighting disposition and disposed to avoid canine conflicts more so prob ably than any other class of dogs he is a furious and fearless opponent when crowded into action His litmnishi ing power is tremendous and his courage equals tthat of the bull These dugs make admirable pets As I watchdogs they are perfect They are easily taught not to eat away from home thus avoiding the danger of poison They readily learn to po to the grocers or to the butchers mml luring home parcels or to take and luring parcels and notes to or from those friends of the minister or mistress whom him knows Taking him as a whole there iis no dog in existence so far as accessible information demonstrates that molds so many especial qualities to the regular ones which we are accustomed to attribute to the en tire canine race as docs the Kentucky collie The collie has its highest state of development around highs Bridge WATER TUBES PROVE INFERIOR Tent In the HrHlnh nvj Result In Furor of the Cylindrical Holler TIll second ttrial of tthe Ilritith sec ondcla s cruisers Hyacinth and Iin ucrva titled with wither tulc and cylinder I oilers rctipectivcly has re Milled in another defeat for this water tube system The nrhips left IMyinoiith with an cijualI quantity of coal for liibraliir and the Minerva stciiiued twelve hours after the Hya cinth bunkers were emptied Time vessels rccualcd at Gibraltar and start ed on the race homeward during1 the tnoruinp of February 15 with the re smut that the Minerva reached Ports mouth at 1 oclock thus morning hat log averaged 18 knots The Hyacinths boilers broke down in the Bay of Biscay on Monday ha the Effete EAt Charlie That fellow there tins killed his man George r Intlesd De sbaotuig t n If 1 1 m Qtl11 o l o i HAPPY AND HEALTHW IiA Beautiful Canadian Girl Saved From I Catarrh of the Lungs by Peruna I IKISSFLORENCE RENAL t Miss Florence E Kenan 434 Maria street Ottawa Ont writes 14j4 few months ago I caught a severe cold which settled on my lungs and remained there so persistently that I became alarmed I took medicine without benefit until my digestive organs became upset and my head and beck began to ache severely and frequently I was advised to try Peruna and although I had little faith I felt so sick that I was ready to try anything It brought me blessed relief at once and Ifelt that I had the right medicine at last Within three weeks I was completely restored and have enjoyed perfect health since I now have the greatest faith in Peruna F E KENAIfIWOMESshould beware of contract ttiffcatarrh The cold wind and rain slush and mud of winter are espe cially conducive to catarrhal derange escapeUponof catching cold Peruna should be taken It fortif- ieR the system against colds and ca tarrhThe following letter gives one young womans experience with Persian Miss Rose Oerbing is n woman of Crown Point writes the following pularhocietyI I Recently I took a long country and being too thinly clad I mylunllijI i shake off I had heard a great deal ofIPeruna for colds and catarsli and I WHAT HE LEARNED I Quail nil Toast Wn Not Such an Cn ommon Delicacy as Up Supposed lIdII In the wire grass region of Ire very abundant and are Lnutrn to the natives as partridges sas the Philadelphia Public Ledger Recently one of Ithe south Georgia crack rr Miltl off a lot of turpentine land and dc ridrd to indulge himself in a trip to far Xen York while his money ass still in offII j Once in the amazing metropolis there was another indulgence he was determined on I Delmonicos was a name that haul long ago tickled his fancy and iiuatl in toast was a high bred dish that he had long yearned to know personally So tn IMmonico a lie hued hm elf and there ordered the delectable hit It came he eved it severely then tatted fleshy sampling thoroughly limit his after com ment on the feast favored of that sad knowl edge 6utnYork IId never knotted that quail on toast warnt a blamed thing but flynn county patiide tuck up on burnt light bread Through and Through New Bedford Ma Mar 2ndAt 658 Pint St this city lives a very happy man certainlylongttmepaminthathff Now he is well and in speaking of this won edrful change in him hesavs t everybody thatIwalk without great pain I began Inking mouthstreatmrontagainDodds rem theirwonderful rndrbImetbrough I Watt Till Youre Cooler If you get toad at a man make up your I mind what youre going to say and then dont say it Baltimore I This Trill NenII ChlhdremminChiluirens I ness Teething disorders Stomach troubles SampleFItEE Originality is simply a pair of fresh I eyesIT UHiggiiuon I STRIKES YOU ANY TIME Never know when or where backache pains will strike you The kidneys will go wrong and when they do the genIcrallyI back Do not fail IwhenNeglect1 means I nanny serious 111111 Its only a short step from common backache to Rheumatic pains Urine ary disorders Dropsy Diabetes Brights Disease Doans Kidney Pills cure all ills of the kidneys and blad des Read this testimony it tells of a euro that Mr A W lastsIworker of 109 17th Ave Sterling III says After procuring Doans Kidney Pills in the month of November treatjmentand other annoyances due to overexcited i or weakened kidneys During i the three years which elapsed I have had no occasion haTeII tract one word of my statement mauls at that time I now unhesi tatingly and emphatically reendorseI the claims made for Sidney Pills A FREE TRIAL of this greafcjdd amy medicine which cured Mr Lati wilt be mailed application to any AtidreIosterMllburn f ttI pej b- g1iiiiitiz bought a bottle to try I am pleased that 1 did for it brought speedy relic It only took about two bottles and I considered this money well spent 0 You have a firm friend in me anti I not only advise its use to my friends bnt have purchased several bottles to givu to those without the means to buy unit have noticed without exception that it has hroughtabonta speedy curewhert ever it has been used Miss Rose Gerbing If you do not derive promptand satis factory results from the use of Ienma write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statementofyourcaseantl he will be pleased to give you bis valuable ad vice gratis otIThe GawileTOWER POMMEl SLICKER HAS SEEN ADVERTISED AND5OLDFORA- QUARThROFAcUfflNt LIKE ALL Jt 1 1WATIRPROOf aVo aOIHING It Is mode of tile bet intertill in bkck orjtfcw fulr cuaranteti ud soil bjr reliable dealers crcrnrhere STICK TO Tilt fiSHri I h OU CAN DO IT TOO yOver 2000000 people are now buy log goods from us at wholesale prices savins 15 to 40 percent on every thimigtbeyuce You can do ti too Why not ask us to send you our lsO pace catalogue 1llte1uhe story Send 15 cents for It today 7qZdS CHICAGO The house that tells the truth SlPqw i Dwgla naka and nHa more ntmnm BooOfmrnf WaN Hand JtowMf ffrweM mtioemthan any otMe terin She waId 25000 REWARD wiTh be paid to anyone who cD disgiovs 515 statsment Douglasisthelie can buy cheaper antI produce his shoes at a lower cost than other con earns which enables him to sell shoes for S3JX and S300 equal in every way to those sold else where for 4 and saw mis DoUKI secret 1110 WYIIWThSU CMS or lunlnr lbs produce biO lutely pure leather more sere and wlU wISS- honesr than onr older the world Tbs sale mats flora tDIIlD the tout foul year which proves its euperlorltr why not ive W 1Doucta sbsss a trial and aava money Xotlr Sneers UMSalrm 2O8tsalIn- Btulnoei F llMSSaln oOXI Ow A gain ot 9S83O43O7O In Four Yens m W L DOUGLAS S44O OiLY EDGE LINE Worth S4UX Compared with Other Makes The best Iporled amit Amtrlcan leathers Hegft Patent Calf Enamel Box Calf Coil Vicl KM Corona Colt and National Kangaroo Fast Color Eytltti fSnflAR The cnuln bar W L DODOLA9 MUIIf I i name and pete stamped en bottom Shott tr mail tie aim Jill Catotoyrrr W L 1HIUULAS BKOCKT02V HAM 210 IIIHI for 16e lttafsetthstSaizemseetisrefOesd to- I 5 iiars anteDsaneSO1mORr u an anT other to Aursrtca There IS reason for this We own and ope crate over sow acm for the proOoo tlonofoarcbolreBcoJs Inordtrto tadore you totry theta wemmuske 5 a the ollewlac acprecexlenteil offer 5 Fer1SCenfsPnpald4STo t odofi iist bbgoIi d J as ck itiororidis 452loidsusShS0 iorllilortct- is iim7 seiri orVd1 tnall itO kind positiwiy fUnLtbiM biiielsot cllnmLDlr aowersam5 Iota sadmotsof treks YfIrlablrrocet tIWtt mmmi isiI Qrss TtOIIIftI jromus Smelt lII1puD4tIllS enc4 atbst ROe ssL- di JOHN A SAL2ER SEED CO 111 Lacsusswl i110s NDYcATHAcTic- l I WeveMi4IabSlkaIiGshnstpe4CCCI I I sJIIPILES l t 1lI IcR PYW CtUU trJ1tIH 4 i Paid BHdMmMAi- I j i At i recent wedding held In New York there were no fewer than 15 bridesmaid who were all punctually paid Besides the beautiful toilets given by the brides father they each received 25 for appearing in the train Some youngladlestheir office of honor vliI1oneS woman who is much tpttght after for her beauty has appeared as bridesmaid nt more than 200 wed dinganl has in a short time amassed quite a little fortune be ttihtes receiving many costly presents Chicago Post- InrnerD n ImgreMalvp Lallan Tlifsilanof Morocco iIs described as- S propvrsMve younp man whose mis fortiinrs are quite undeserved Though 5l he grew up in the seclusion of an ori l cnlnl palace anil had no real education from the western point of view he has thrown OfT the cramping influence of early training and is keen to acquire I1 knowledge Europeans who hae visited his court have been struck by his t unusual intelligence anti thy say he actually does possess a rough working i acquaintance with the practical side of modern science XYSun Lat Straw l Yrll what do you want now qUlr ted old1 Growell as the insurance so licitor entered his office Von have bullied me into insuring my life my ii store and the title to my real Itatenhat is there left to insure j I just dropped in calmly replied the man with the adamantine cheek 10 Me if you would like to insure youru DailycevsHomeStalin In Juupn The Japanese back their horses Into their stalls and the door to which a conveniently constructed grain and hayrack iis fixed close at the head Xo one needs to go in lhcs idc or back of the animal There i mi danger of being kicked no refuse matter is visible and it seems a sensible way to arrange a place for any horse Knowledge Xovel Alarm Clark A novelty in the way of an alarm clock has been perfected by an Ameri can jeweler It iis about the size of a hazel nut It iis made to wear sin the linger The alarm IIs not a hell but a harp lilt which pricks the finger at tIle time the wearer wishesi to rise Jewelers Circular I Wzchnnge of Tip Gucst Heres a quarter for you waiter Xov tell me ssluat yoican conscientiously recommend for tiiy tlinnrrYaiter Thankee boss Kf yo all wants fomefin lit tcr cat Ahd rcccr mend dat yo Intuit a nuth r retraut sahChicago Daily Sesss- Conuiiuptlon of nice I That the people of the Initeil States do not eat rice ii shown by the statistics that a population of 50 100000 consumes less than the pounds per capita per annum of the 400000000 pvimis of clean rice now produced an nuallN Y Sun- Sase luau the Troublr I have gone on the stage boasted the ambitious Thespian to make a name for myself You will flintsaul thlalllll1 friend that the gallerygods will save you all that trouble once they 1- 1iouJude Vocal Gymnniillrn Miss Amelia VerisopUt has beea obliging with a tong his Verjuice sympathetically Thank you so very much Do y u know I should think it would til sour eyebrows excessively to ting for so long a tinueJudge- Almost MliriI II Stchlalcanuc near missing a pro posalI last night Holla You did Yrs He got down on his knees and I thought he was merely looking for a pingpong ballStray Stories- lhotuCrapbR on Apple Apples upon the surface of which lure perfectly reproduced the photo graphs of the emperor and empress of Itussia and the president of he French republic have been shown in- raneeChicago Chronicle cs Many women and doctors do lot recognize the real symptoms of derangement of the female organs until too late I had terrible pains along my spinal cord for two years and suffered dreadfully I was given different medicines wore plasters none of these things helped mc Reading of the cures that Lydia E IinliliatnsVegetable Compound has brought about I somehow felt that it was what I needed and bought a bottle to take How glad I am that I did so two bottles brought me immense re lief and after using the bottles more sursingthroUS11thoutu there had been a regular housecleaning through my system that all the sickness and poison had been taken out and new life given me instead I have advised dozen of my friends to use VegctabloCompound leasable to complete happiness and Lrdfa E PInkhams vegetable iCtimponnd has secured this to me It CrownPointsooo IOTelt Iforlgfnafol Iefto igellllllCcu canrot be produced ZTeryslclcwoinanwhio does not shouldto jip Paradise of the Atlantic The Isle of Pines This Little SeaGirt Land Now Asks Uncle Sam to Adopt It and He Probably Will WO score miles south of the western part of Cuba is RI most beautiful hitofearth but n sort of noI2 mans land Feeling the need of becoming part of haslatelysturdyt oak denominated I ltwf Sam unh the probabilities fire Hint the sturdy oak supPertThe Isle of Pines was tthe principal of IuttehljttslroxhtutityI thtwoWWlS not Included boonloresn IwlngIlfttreatyItmanrIHlnrlsnalysoulldpreltrilecountry was closot associated hut tthat lIt hav in ulIiIrilgthestrategiciit may prove a welcome addition tour increasing domain I Itst strategic value lies in its location antI in tin fact tthatI it can witht small diticiil ty I i impregnableColumbus anti called it the Evangelist Island It has an area of 12HI I square miles I N THE OF shape it is circular atm iis uivulcil I Iin a swamp nto hvo part The t part vJiirli i low rekvII i baricn is almost entirely giten jIII ver to u few tisliermcn IIn the lIuilll portion runs a ridge of low moiiii tains extending from eat to west I rising to II height of a lIpllof I j Ithoiiaiul feet The remainderi of theI island iis quite that III the north the soil is extremely fertile The liJcf products have been flialtyia i rieties of beautiful marble tortoise I shells rockcrystal woods pine t cdar and othermahogany tlfpillIlI i woixN mill there exist deposits of silver mercury and iron Itrccit investigators report the re sources of the islandI as practically j I boundless Iincapplcs pcrhait the best to be found anywhere grow in narktd abundance Oranges far IIII pcrior to tiose of Florida are raised it little expense of care or labor Itananas flourish and also Ilimes anil i icmons The fertile soil is admirably adapted to sugargrowing crop after rop rewarding one planting Coflfee otton and rice yams and rubber thrive here and also tropical fruits and nuts of u variety ii nut excellence The root tit the yiien or cassava iis a very important product tutit it lit ing out of the principal I a itichi1 food for the flnthiAnd in thi tropical I iisle that bears i northern name and tu northern tree the too can be prolita bly cultivated It is aid a fortune i awaits thin farmer that can offer the West IIndians potatoes of good qual ity lit a moderate price iuil doubt less it will not bo long before some enterprising Americano will be 1111i ting Isla dc Iiuos tubcr on the I j market jj I I cause of its many tropical beauties and its immunity from the Iii gree able feature so often charaeleristii of lands lyiug in low latitudes Fiorio tornadoes are not dreaded lucre prov a tent as than in other of the West Indian islands volcanoes do not trouble pestilence does not stalk abroad the climate is delightful air pure anil dry the ica breezes blowing through the pines invigo rating though balmyI The principal tunis and port of the iines is Nneva Gcrona fllu 1111 Ill in 1S5H Near Xucva Serona at a his lancer of 14 miles is the iIInglri Sante F which attracts many visii iI BREAK THE NEWS GENTLY jI rarll1tl Inner llnvr n llnrcr Vny j of CRrrIII Out the Kilirt I of the Sallnn There iino such tthing as yellow journalism in Turkey thr journalism of that country is of the bleached va riety The sultan of Turkey has a cell cur who iis a censor net lie has views and his views go Sometime ago a traveling company j attempted to play Othello in Con i stantinople and the play was presented j j ver ScTjoiiSjiiglection moreover I objected stronglyTo the statement Othello was sent to Cyprus for pHtical reason that ns the islandthatII IInged to Turkey no Venetian fight there and the manager of Company had to send Othello to tbcII j other island before the was allowed i i It ten rule ot fbeluHon that no ruler J die wg 1 II c44QR4 d4s k 1I tors because of its remarkable me dicinal springs Xueva Genuia iill beautifully situated at the foot of the hills and near by pllllur palm trees Santa Fe ii marked by lovely drives aunt walks hilt the village it self presents a dilapidated appear anee The jungles of till islands are the homo of serpents of large size which though formidable to look upon art not considered very formidable other wisp the natives having tales to tell j uuilof their hariulcssnefs Croco tllles utah sharks however have in vailed this paradise anil make II ilis tturbing element A tiny creature tthe antithesis of the aforementioned enjoys life in this hind the exquisito j hummingbird 0 varieties of whichI Pines was hut a fabledI luttula land of ro mance mid mystery Ito the worlelat large its leat itt known to lint few And even yet in these days of practicality there is a glamor stIr rounding the tiny seagirt land Tha ghosts of bold piratesI who hid their adventuresomegot golil deep in the Iarlhun thought to haunt these scenes of their past laborI and the credulous nativesI now and then busy I irsIsearch of the buried treasure The FEIVXLACS SANTA potato 11the formjIt hlrI picture ueiiiss of the country gives tilting setting for romantic tale the ittiuiitHii the gulches the cat tretIIIines is virtually an isle of jKtlins in almost every lea turu a tropical rat her than a north em island although forests of north ern pine abound The piiicapph as well aii the pine might appropriately name the isliuul ami it is prophesied that some day the Iines will be a gret center of tropical fruit cnl AlreadyI picturesque banana plantationsI lIt the landscape and the abundance a nil quality of the oranges we have alluded to Since the Spanish wvir quote a uurr her of Americans have settleil in t lie country anil begun the development of the longneglected rich resources possessed by the island Lands hate been preempted by thcx Americans land the new settlers feel they have indeed found a home of jilenty as well as one of beauty The natives who are the most polite of mortals treat tile newcomers with kindness anil do their part to make the Isle uf IiiHs ne of the most attractive places in ci tfiice At present the population numbers only I little over IKI people three fourths of whom are white At ont time on the lovely little island a penalI Iuhsmv was maintained to which the Spanish scut revolution ary prisoners Of courc some of thr so prisoners were nut licsirublu additions to the Iterritory lint as many of the men adjudged offenders by the Spanish were offenders sim ply iu the matter of rebelling against hlllItillnIii Inilipeiiitcnce thought not all tIll prisoners were objectionable Whatever may have been the ancca trJllrute convict or what not the present inhabitants bear the st ii tillof ilcciilcd respectability Mr John IFiul y III a very interesting article in Scribners writes thus of the Americans now re siding in the Isle of Iines They urge tthat it is only tropical terri lory within tile American system nut only climaticallyI adapted but mire servedly open to American colouiza 1 lion the unlive population bearing so trilling a proportion to the sits taining capacity of the island aud tlwroughlyithe West IIndies would be most wholesome KATIIKItlXK POP and the newspapers havo to state such iririirrriiro in u very iarcful manner The Fourth IK tate has found in a nests paper of Turin some example of the methods tliiployiil to evade the facts of royal issainilions When King Ilnnibert was assassinated at lln7lI the Turkish newspapers announced this sad event iu tthis form IKing Hniibert left the hall amid Ithe frantic cheers of the people The king much affected boss cii several times jllllll to all appearances was immediate Ily dead Sow that was an extremely clever stayof statingi a distressingi fact Cold Comfort 1 was sitting here with the crea hire of myvbrain for company said the budding poet and playwright to a visitor who had found him before a dying fire You poor thing said the visitor who was a practical person and a distant reJauvcIl said to mysell as I opened the door Mf he doesnt Dolt lonesome titan 1 never saw a won tjji iUar f ytbi CtrnJla3 tii5 TREASURES LOST AT SEA sunken Riches Locate IB Dlffereit Part of the WorldWork- of Hecovery It is not generally knon that ut her death Queen Victoria gave Princess Beatrice t he crown rights to the gold of the Spanish armada This gold lies in comparatively depths in the English channel Its location iis known to the admiralty mid the value of the gold is said to be enormous The right is invested in the royal family and many offers have been made looking towards its recovery Hut the bottom of the Atlantic is u vast treasure bed ifa skillful mariner laid a submarine boat and if the boat had a cyclopean eye in the hullof it its owner might easily rival a Jtotb child A large amount of thus treasure is located as accurately as the principal banks in our great metropolis Many a diver can take you to a chart lay his linger on a number uufspots and say Go to longitude so and so in a latitude delin able within 30 feet Dive deep enough and bring up a fortune says London Golden Penny ICvery wrecking compauy has its own private list of these ocean hoards Home are being worked while many will doubtless become accessible in the future IList year the Boston wreck hug company recovered 40000 in gold bars which had lain for 00 years on a hunk near Turk island Twelve mouths previously to tthis haul a New York company tUhcd up a couple of hugs of gold front an oldtime wreck oft Staten island In the Lnited States there arc companies prepared to undertake the hazardous business of recovering val uable from wrecks They employ the best divers obtainable and for days these men work away and endeavor to bring tu tIlt surface the lot treasures When the Spanish steamer lliacaya ank otr Kurnegat on November i thOU a wellknown American wrecking com pit iv received the following telegram from liiuniiit Spare no XIItIIHJ to recover the boiiy of Don Iedro Don Ictiro l wealthv luh merchant wns a passenger by the illjfatcd vessel The Iclcgrani came front the widow and certuinl seemed to indicate her demo tion foif her husband Tin wrecking r in uiy tilted a tut hired the best ilit err tiiul began tIe search They opliexcept the Cuban merchant The teareh was at last abandoned Then the euntpauy heard lor the first time I hat l liii Iedro had a belt about his bouj aiil in a wallet eius to the value of SiJtMjOIn iaie ul a i i ot marked with a tir in the charts of wrecking office iie 5 the lint ilm man ofwar llusar lieu sims sank slit rirried 0000 in cash tiiipuy the lritih army just be frt thtj revolution She sunk in only ten fathoms of wate An late as Is94 a wreckingeoinpaiiy uil ilivers at work upon tljc wreck Tl ey brought tip a lets ciiitcrcd goldco us brass buttons tutu sonic scrap iron Another British ship loijuirti with g lil captured from the Spaniards lies at tilt bottom of Ihfsupciake bay in only 4S fet of wa ter Slit went down in 1730 before Icaiing thus port at Lewe III captain wu heard to say Ve hate gold enough aboard to 1uy a kingdom Just ns she stood taut from the land a cyclone truck her Site keeled over and went down TIlt body of the cap tain wsii tbroight to shore and buried at Lew c Wil hill recent years a eon siuerhlitiilittlliti of gold hits been brought up from her by divers At the base of Dunderberg ill the HIUIMUI river Iia piratt xessel with J7 bars of gold a quantity of plate a box of guild walllit and a diamond necklace on board IIII September 1337 the CentralI American went down out side Havana Size carried iOrtiMK of the precious metal The wreck ittdown acciiratelx in maritime records hilt unless some way is foundI by which milsems can work Itn depth beyond 100 feet this treasure will never be rnov credo Thirty t ears ago 0inoo Knglish poilliils of gold were ree vered from i Spanish galleonI hII iliver named SlIhlhalcently i hue JSostou wrecking coiupanv secure good deal of silver from the wreck of the frigaU Sit erui a liritish boat which wnt inns u near Turks isliiiul in Ithe West Iniiies in 17iO with 50OOUi rlhfIr silver on board She lies in a basin exposed to the rough swell of the Atlantict I Slum iis only 0 felt under water TIe location of the wreck Iis given a latitude 21longitude iin ilegrecs 0 minutest h TATTOOED MAORI WOMEN TJic Cii l iui In A I in out I nlvmalA- IIIOIIK the Ihuf Sew ruin u it Several Knglish Mieiitislsl lutelvt reo turned from explorations among the irutughutljatlspe IIr tiittooiiig as a result of ItheirS re searches The inojl H tonishing de 5 i ns were found on till fates of tIe women sav 5 the CluYcgo Chronicle The faces and bonus of the women arc so covered withI these blue marks Ithat ttint look as ifuticvI had onti tight tilliniri chintI dre The tattooing of tilt women iis com ing to obtain the deep I urrows iis usual edgeIiiof a garden hoe Another styleI is made of a sharks tiish The taattooing of 11IIIl1II jis com incncrd w hen about tin1 age of I Ii iIS and continues until iley reach uuuidsle age Most of the masicrs of ttill art arc professionals wln go from ttiluge to village and are liigMy paid fr their services The paHciu about Ito be en graved is first otu lint on the fame ts it it a small tick dipped in powdered char coal after which the skin iSguohell mill the coloring or pigment iis liitrotuecc into the cut flesh with II stick dipped into the liquid The coloring material used iis gsa I erallyI the resin Qfl certain tree which is burned powdered and con verted into a fluid- Minced Order Chop 11 oysters very Otis add two beaten yolks of eggs a cupful of bread crumbs salt anti pepper trtupthik Ouut tcr in hot fat bJtht tnlileFpoorful anti fry H delicate brQwu rrinovrt pltce of brown paper to drain off theJjrt use Strv hob Popee Huw Jounitti tf f + WESTERN CANADA AROUSING GREAT INTEREST The Wonderful 3ieldaof 71if atAt ratting ThoB a di Lnlil the last five or six years but little atteution was given to that vast area of grainproducing land lying north of the 49th parallel and immediately adjoining the northern boundaries of Minnesota and Dakota The Canadians themselves were aware of the wealth that lay there but being unable to fully occupy it they have asked the Americana to assist them in converting the land from its virgin state to one that will grainprodueIIn During the year 1901 upwards ofII 20000 from the United States went i over to Canada being induced to set I tIe there by the reports that reached j I them of the success of those who had preceded them during the previousI years This 20000 was increased toII 30000 during the year 1902 and it III fully expected that there will be fully I 50000 during the present year The work of the immigration branch of the Canadian Government is not now he Ing directed towards giving inform lion as to the advantages of settle meut in Canada as it is to extending an iii invitation to the American to follow those who have gone Those who have charge of the work point with considerable pride to the success of those who have been infduccd to take advantage of the offer of 160 acres of math free in Canada and have no lamp to hesitate in continuing the invitation Many of those interest ed say there are no more free homeii steads to be had in Canada Limit the writer has most positive assurance j from the Canadian Government that there are thousands of such home steads to be hail and in one of the dis tricts now being opened up fully as good as tile best unit it in probably the best The Canadian Government has estab lished Agencies at St Jaul Minn Omaha Neb Kansas Cityilo Chi cago III Indianapolis Indmiiltvatt lice Wis Wausau Wis Detroit Satilt Ste Marie and Marquette Mich To Iledo Ohio Watertown S Dakota Grand Forks N Dakota and Great Falls Montana and the suggestion is made that by addressing any of these who are the authorized agents of the Government it will he to the advantage of till reader who will hue given the littlest and most authentic informs tion regarding the results of mixed farming dairying ranching and grain raising and also supply information ai to freight and passenger rates etc A ir Mt many citizens unfortunitrly U4iii nalyto mutt honett governrornt as will not inteilrre with their interest tutiMauiy upTnPtotrt hUE MEN AND WOMEN Who Enjoy the Choicest Products of the Worlds Commerce Knowledge of What is Beat More Im portant Than Wealth Without It It must be apparent to every one that qualities of the highest order are nece sary to enable the best of the products ot modern commerce to attain permanently to unversal acceptance However loudly heralded they may not hope for worldwide preeminence unless they meet with the general approval not of Individuals only but or the many who have the happy faculty of selecting enjoying and learn ing the real worth of the choicest products Thcr commendation consequently becomes important to others since to meet the requirements of the well In formed of all countries the method of manufacture must be of the most per fet order and the combination the molt excellent of its kind The above is true not of food products only but is upe dully applicabe to medicinal agents and iftrr nearly a quarter of a century of irowtli and general use the excellent rmedy Syrup of Figs Is everywhere nccepted throughout the world as the bet uf family laxatives Its quality is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative and carmin aLive princple of plants known to act must beneflcUlly on the system and pre seated In the form of a pleasant and re freshing liquid but also to the method cf manufacture of the California Fig ilyrup Co which ensures that uniformi ty and purity essential In a remedy In tended for family use Ask any physi cian who IK weil informed and he wilt answer at once that It la an excellent laxative If at all eminent In hs pro fession and has made a special study of laxatives and their effects upon the sys tern he wtl tell you that It Is the best of family laxatives because It IIt Ilm- Ie and wholesome and cleantes and sweetens the systeni effectually when a laxative IIs needed without any un pleasant aftereffects Every wellIn formed druggist of reputable standing knows that Syrup of Figs Is an excel lent laxative and Is glad to sell It at the regular price of fifty cents per bottle becatuft it gives general lath rae tlon but one should remember that In order to get the beneficial effects of Syrup of Figs it U necessary to buy the genuine which Is sold In original pack ages only the name of the remedy Syrup of Figs and also the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co printed on the front of every package tt St Jacobs OilIt tke greatest remedy in the world for all bodily Aches and Painsfor which an external remedy may be used Price 25c and SOC 4s FREE TO WOMENprove the besting and I power of FaxtlnvAntiseptic Wl with a large trialI package I book of instiiteilon lately free This U iiiTotiny sample but Urge I II I enough to convince or Its value Women over the country are Paxtine for what It done In loral treat curlondecfutasnasal removetartarpostal card will do I etgusrasteedTHEaea For Bottom Drawer No2 I A lady who w u rtpeeially fond of liar i displayedhem ttshemanded puirchiselhv I plate for a door with the name of WOk s ins on it I wiifI be hound it cost a dollar hatIpotoibf use iU it i manIneverknowI Cleveland leader DrTabt Alldrugguntni ejre Kioiiardt Yet I once going on the stage but friends thouiottCtC me Kuocker Trienda of the pre aume Baltimore Ameri anIill praisehuePikea Toothache Drops Cure in one ninute Nothing so forcibly remindu man of lifes brevity as a 30dax note Chicag Daily I SewIII I am tome Pisos timer for COOl j sated my life three yeses agnMr IIItaonl I Kobbins Norwichs Y Feb 171 I I There is love and there is jjustice Justice j I i iit for oneself love u for other KJhI IeI seasonInc I Cnicago NorthWestern is the only i double track railway between ChiC go and t the Missouri River- A j I girl that cant cook and will coojk ought to be suppressed Chicago Daily News I 1Dyeingi 11- I Dam Fadeless Dyes are used I Toe greatest and sublime st powers often simple patience Huslmell t I UniversallAccepted I B isII rThe BestFamilu IBestI L I Laxative I SYRUP OF FIGS The the W FrsmcUco Liatavhll LEADING DRUGGISTS As miles test the horse 0 years tests flustang LinimentB- uy has been curing everything that iit agood hosat IinJms i J9r h l Z s 0 i L WESTERN u CANADA IdlIoUlrUaton Or1 the Wtrli Tkt Lad 1 Sn ohis aensYIeldI a rTi I Pntl FrLJjt1rrdj nd bUI a fenlle oU a aDl to J a mallsforentryOIbrIllIeIUl1IloOttawa eband or U M WiLLlaii ltoom a 5lugOansdia000vermuixuentcertificate alrlDa you redoced rsllvay rate e- tcoEiEIJKM1rrpetaIrkaI Wiwaaia ylidr45bpr Petita- 4irt5eapMiheedbkadupi t- TtC mtaaaraiWhttISbperI GIC yep trp aipii JO iaHNaEasEWta IfuseI TAULUntD JIS1 PHOriTAllLE WHOLCHALC I lUMBItH UfKIMSM WAXTA 1ABTXtH WITH AnRLI5M t A111 CAPITA K i j nTi M MM IT- KOKTUXOXAWANDASiKW YOKK r F I 4 p ONQEV1TY UNION ERIE PA1 j Vro0K Direction Recently during a dense fog on Longs l Und sound a Mearuboat took landing A raveler anxious to go ahead came to th nan at the wheel and asked why t ley topped Too much fog cant re the river limit voucan see the etaw overhead IYe replied the pilot but until tiff liiler bUlls we aint going that way Th I aeengers went to bed Philadelphia edger The Overland Limited solid train I Money vas der root uf much friendship So Y I p l t = 4 D i Manu Millions- ofI World Manufactured bua IrTHrREE onrcifieitiuierueauiI ttert Recommended bui WellInformed Throuahout 1 p NfG5UP San Cal Hr Now York N Y PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLM fOM SALE STALL remedy Mexican pnetratlug StockAna fcpgdaIkTlAfl biI 1UCabbsdthzojhI1IgI ru I bmtr 5550 fm dft r t- I wI nOd tao WI 4- II FREE LEONU L xZYITT tii zii190 4 PHE HEBALD u Impaired Digestion May not be aU that Is meant by dyipeptta DOW but it will be If neglected The onealncjs after eating fits of nerr ocs headache sourness of the stomach and disagreeable belching may not be very bad snow but they will be U the stomach is r toffered to grow weaker j Dyspepsia Is such a miserable disease that the tendency to It should be given early attention This Is completely overz come b- yHoods SarsaParilwh- ich strengthens tbe whole digestive system HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 10 1908tL Born on Sunday night to the wife of Richard Franklin of color a girl Wick Wells visited his home folks Wellington from Frida until Sunday Mrs Rebecca Ritchie is stillI confined to her bed with inflam matory rheumatism Miss Beulah Thomas accompanied the Misses Blair to their home at West Liberty Saturday Master Sammy Cecil son of O 1 W has tho thanks of our better seveneighths for a poke of fresh sageSam Wilson is this week beatifying l the residence of our friend E F Cecil with a new coat of paint WEAK STOMACH is strength and toned by Hoods Sar sapartllathe medicine that cures t dyspepsia and POOR APPETITE Hon J C Lykins of Campton was a guest of the Day House yes terday and paid this office a pleasant call Miss Enith Lusk Myrtle Pointi Oregon has sent us a sweet little poem which we hope to publish next week Roger Bryan of the grocery firm of Bryan Goodwin t Hunt Lex ington was interviewing our mer chants yesterday The H G A boys have bright prospects for a winning base ball team Thoy expect to play the Jackson and West Liberty teams Curt Qnicksall was shaking the hands of friends here Tuesday and yesterday but left at noon for his place of business above Lee City John Tom Steele Esq was the guest of Judge Wheeler on Friday I night and took in the temperance drama Victims of the Bottle Mrs Ellen Kash who has bee a visitor among relatives in Illinois f I for a year or more returned I home Saturday to the delight o r her host of friends The attention of our farmers who desire to raise good mules iia directed to small bills posted here and yon which advertise the Black hawk jack John B By mutual agreement the firmI of Cecil Bros is this day dissolved and the business will be continued I by me to whom all accounts are due and must be paid at once HENRY J CECIL April 1 1903 Bruce Marcum was sold at pub lic auction for vagrancy at Jack son last week and was bought by a man on Frozen creek who paidl fx 650 for him for six months NOTICE All claims against the estate of Mrs Rosaline Linden deceased must be properly proven and presented to me on or before July 1 1903 or they will be barred J CESAR LINDEN Administrator Some of the H G A girls are getting very homesick Two of them Misses Esther Krabs and Mary Kilgore rode horseback 15 F miles last week to spend a few i days with their mamas 4j t CASTORIAfer I Tip I Ird YII Mitt Aiwm- Eesra INM tU pt ars of Did you ever think what a lot p ofgyoucou d do by paying up your lulwription For instance we1 could pay it to one of those 50 or more who write us that legend Please remit and may be some one writes him that way For uvet troubles and constipation creationTkaaLitUe little pill y + Tfce- Tnuff eiect a cure and lava docfor I Little Early Risers are different fromtil I ether pills They do not weaken the tiyltt bat act se atonic to the ab the aeereuou sod i vscJtetie fait peifoieraaeo iM tpelloal utarsll e v t Eiewrtfitf Mtwi ioMrs Rilda Day of qurtown one of the claimants calls our at tention to the fact that the latest news from Muscogee Ind Teria Ieto the effect that all the proof to make the claim of John Harper lure has been secured and as soon as it can be presented with the law the commissioners will pass upon it and the division will soon be made She had a letter from tinae ground which corroborates other favorable reports and altogether the news is very encouraging Let us hope that every claimant in Wolfe county may rea1zahis or her fondest dream of wealth But even then will the game be worth the candle Can any of them give up their happy homes among Ithe vinewreathed hills of Wolfe and seek the solitude of enforced residence out there to perfect their titles A Sweet Breath Is a never failing sign of a health stomach When the breath is bad the stomach is out of order There iis it remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia I Cure for curing indigestion dsp- epsia and allstomach disorders lrllI Mary 8 Crick of White Flame Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic J years tried all kinds of remedies continued to grow worse By the useforI J Kodol I began to improve at once after taking it few bottles am fully re strengthnand can eat whatever I like Kodol di geats what you eat and makes the atom ach sweet Do our readers generally kno that here in Hazel Green wo hav a firstclass dentist If not this item will apprise them of the fact and his name is Dr Harlan Stam per He recently did some dental1 work for our better seveneighths which was so eminently satisfac tory as to elicit this notice and we commend him to the consider ation of our country cousins JourJlAckDrausht I else and aID pleased to say that I never used anything for stock that gave hall at Seed Mlsctioo I heartily rtcom stead it to aH owners of stock J B BELSHER St Loc Mo notneat cheap stock food any more than becuedthemmedf less stock foods Unload the bowels and stir up the torpid liverand tho poqible thebowell iftakenPoultryMedicine tentimelOVIlgive more milk Hogs gain flesh And hems Ilay more eggs It solves the bloodIo the emallrat amount of food con corned Buy acan from your dealer Cashier Archibald of the West Liberty Bank spent last Saturday night in our town of his own Voli tion as a visitor and Sunday night in violation of his wishes Sunday afternoon as escort of Miss Lizzi Henry the couple started to West Liberty in a two horse buggy and1 in that terrible mudhole a whiffle tree broke The couple returned to town the buggy was repaired Monday morning and they again started for home which it is hoped they reached without further mishap or hindrance A Sara Thing It in said nothing is sure but death trueDri Consumption thatMrsShepherdtowDW ofBronchitis Ouebottlecured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneu nonia sad CoaaaopUoa Try it Itsguaranteed by J T Day Hazel Grace and M8 Coasts Soda Camptoedra i aiaesfi0Will Collie with Trimble Brqfc Mt Sterling andKr Mickey t the redelephant evangelist who sells Schnapps tobacco for the WinstonSalem N C manufaor feTB ere here Saturday talking trade to our merchants fvtf ftMiii OM RF t t Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TabletsL All druggists retail tiBOaelJUt to cure E WTGrorea Hgaattire is eica box 3fc I Tbewirin this town an elderly lady whose equal cannot perhaps be found in Kentucky and proba bly does not exist all things con sidefed We refer to Aunt Betty Pieratt who is 81 years old Last year she raised a patch of cotton on Blackwater Morgan county pinked it herself ginned it carded it and converted it into rolls This winter she has been spinning iit into thread upon an oldtime flax wheel and the thread is as smooth and as fine as Clarks 0 N T spool cotton Notwithstanding her advanced age she does not use spectacles enjoys good health and bids fair to be a centenarian She lives with George Lockbart who married her daughter 1AUWere Baffled Word comes from Wake Ark tha Rev John J Cox had a strange malady accompanied by yellow 7jaundice For 12 years physicians were baffled and though everything known to the profes ion was wed the trouble remained One day be began to use Electric Bitters and in a week a change for the entirelyye for Liver and Kidney troubles Only DayIHaul Green and 8 S Sonll Campton druggists The temperance play at Pearre Hall Friday night was elegantly rendered except as to scenery thet acting being superior to that of a great many stock companies of professionals It was so good i I fact that the management con Jackw beBsecured Good For Oallirea The pleasant to take and harmless One 1Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and La Grippe because it does not paw immedi ately into the stomach but takes effect draIe and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute more lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood and tissues W F Rogers assisted by Robt Hopkins has been holding a suc cessful revival at the new Chris tian church in Jackson Bro Rogers will probably accompany Bro Hopkins to Hazel Green r where the latter will give his illus trated lectures Saturday and Sun day night A TkoiihthU Mu- M M Austin of Winchester Iud knew what to do in the hour of need His wife had such an unusal case ot stomachand liver trouble physiciansI could not help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills andshe I curedIand S S Combs h Sons Campton drug- storesj Mrs Rilda Day returned Tues day from Cincinnati where she last week bought the finest line of millinery ever brought into the j mountains including ladies furn ishings etc She visited the em II poriums of fashion and purchased Ii the prettiest styles to be had- WANTEDA I TRUSTWORTHY GET i maDsgebusiDusI solid financial standing A straigbt buns I I byIMr Rittenhouse suggests as a remedy for that mndhole near our office a sliding pontoon bridge As Jack had some experience with the pioneer corps during the Civil War it might be well to listen to him when repairs are made A protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church Tuesday Dertliickeof Berea will do the preaching while Mr Early will lead the sing ing A cordial invitation to attend is extended to all SOFTCORE Like the running brook the red blood that flows through the veins has to come from somewhere The springs of red bloodare found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some sayred blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone spleenareScotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow rind the spleen with puretooFor pale school girls and whoseblScottsEmulsion blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do then proper work sampleis 413lean t rant3casdpr 80Me 7 f u jl i I FERRERSKIDNEY Backache All discuss of Sledder Urinary aaeHearWl Also h Xllb17lCURE Dropsy 1111111 Dont become discoursed mare if cure for If necessary write rustHo ham spent a lite time curinB uch caaei as yours Allconsultattonfee- Dr Fencers Nldney and Backacho Cure 1s the cause of my IlHlnl alive today I had suffered kidney disease for years and reducednwc to 120 pounds 1 now weigh 1W ftands atcOtlOIN OHTO Furnace 0 puErlta II As for Cook BookTreeDi ST VITUSDANCE Fenner re KredonlaNY STILLWATER SPARKLES 0Miss Dora Cardwell paid Camp Saturdayt Miss Clara Taylor spent Satur day night and Sunday at Campton Miss Celia Sample was the plea ornI Sunday Miss Frances Hounsholl Hazel1I Green was on Stillwater Saturday and Sunday T F Dunn went to Breatbitt county Saturday on a wild goon chase j guess he caught one Breck Hounsholl has gone to treatsnd which was broken some time ago G W Sally is having a dwellingI erected on his farm near the bridge J M Taylor and Frank Coldiron are doing tho work The following are on the sick list Minnie little daughter of G T Center and wife j a little child of Mrs Lou Barker and Mrs Mil lie Rose There was quite a baptizing a the bridge Saturday there being five candidates Floyd Rose Sew ell Rose Lula Rose John Rose and one other whose saute we did not learn Rev Jeff Brewer was the officiating clergyman April 13 P ESTOII t1i1i f2 i At One Half the Co- ltLion Coffee andIed fancy brands Bulk coffee at the same price is not to be com paredwith Lion in quality Is I lb air tight MM packages jj I Ad Acrobatic Plaalt A Milan correspondent tells of a pianist named Iluncia who at Venice recentlyset himself to break the record of piano playing an far aa time is concerned Apparently what the musician had to surpass was a 40 hours sitting at the instrument This he undertook to do by hammering the apolpollingI I docItoraexpired Ilancia played the Italian na tional anthem with a jubilant flourish and left the piano amid the enthusi astic cheers of an enormous audience The whole of the receipts were given to the fund in aid of the survivors of the recent volcanic disasters in the- Wut Indits London News Ptaalsur th BIsus Visa OldtimerIt ia not for lack of opportunities that I remained unmarried Her NieceI presume not but the men do not always take advantage of the opportunities that are offend them Womans Home Companion S1QOOO TO BE DISTRIBUTED The It Leak l fM4e Offers Foarteei Spterii Rewards ta Sakser hers An interesting announcement appears in that great metropolitan newspaper The St Louis Republic in the form of a profit to any one now a subscriber or willing to become a subscriber of Tile- Republic A big sum of 10 00000 is to be paid in rewards for good judgement and wayfromThe Republic subscribers are invited to tothelion of the grand dedicatory ceremonies PurchueExpoitioDcomes nearest the official record will receive 5000 the next one will get 2500 and an additional sum of 2500 will be die downtonearly approximate the official record ol provideforSundayRepublic theTwlceremittanceofApril29make six maybeandInducingComplete information u to the condition willbea week editions of The Republic from April j 2 until dpri1291903 will be mailed to any on BBOB application All commnnl radonsand estimates should be addressed PKOFTTSHARINQEUWEAUi 1 fr PhenomenB of Pellf KJrnptlon while the fiery tornado passing toward the south and west widened the sweep of its destructive power in order to extend its devastation further another remarkable phenom enon came to atop it in its cOllrseITwo strong atmospheric laden with rain moving one from the southeast the other from the north fell of a sudden upon the sides of the fiery spout nnd encirc ling it along a distinctly marked1 line cooled it to such a point that findinathemselves precisely upon this tine of demarcation were struck on onside by fiery missiles while on the other and only a few feet away nothing was falling hut the rain of mud finders nnd stones which descended on the countryside every where Century COMMISSIONERS NOTICE WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT LIUA B TAULUKR Admxl EquityJDefendants I Notice is hereby given to the creditors of J G Taulhee deceased that the under igned Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court under sin order in tic above styled cause will attend at tic Circuit Court Clerks Office in Campto- the 20th day of April 1903 to receive and hear proof of claims against decedent and continue until April 24t presenteproven edw within the time specified above will be forever barred C C FULKS Master Commissioner Wolfe Circuit Court April 10 1903 W L CEVEDON JlFPRJHENTING GUGGENREIMER5COInc Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VA t3fHoadquarters 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 the trade to inspect my line before lylti 3a3 iyi s Fruit and Ornamental Trfes Grllle Vines Small Fruits A iI r paragon Kliuliarb and 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