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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i f r rF I TES I Six SUE3C1tIPTIadvance 100 55 30 I i y Single copy cash in hand 05 IinllicteaI I registered letter or bank draft I JUIO 10 0 I 0 o oeeooeoeoaoae- J o Established March Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell O EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL L3 1903 NUMBER 38 SPENCER COOPER Always In Adrance I The beeninKind You I the slgnntnro of IEand THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD YEAROer has been made under his supervision since its eIIII one to deceive yon in btExpcriments ofInfantsWhat is CASTORIA Castorin 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 Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Hearts the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years YMC ecavaus sonv n usav aCCT ear YO aa om Wise Man From tna East Brought Valuable Gifts to Express their Devotion WiseIMen of Today Regard +LIFE + IN TIn mutual Life Assurance Go of Mass- As one of the Moat Valuable Gifts they can Bestow on Their Families lBe Wise Man Today and IakeI Application for Policy to Q a BOaMcCAUSEY KY Special Agent for East Kentucky- WM COLGAN GEXEIIAL AOEST 401402 Mutual Life Building LOUISVILLE KY ii J R PHILLIPSI- L t LEE CITY KENTUCKY Practical Barber Z Hair Everything uptodate Public patronage Milicited and satisfaction guaranteed Go 4 4 FARMS FOR SALE OR RENTI 4 4 44F+ Business locations secured in growing towns in y Oklahoma and Indian Territories Town and City o I property remarkablycheap The Great Southern 4a a and Frisco Rail Road Systems give the most direct o route and the best facilities for reaching Oklahoma ando o Indian Territory 4 special Rates First and Thirdr Tuesdays in April b 0 + ADDRESS Kentucky Oklahoma I T Land and Towosite Co P O Box 341 or call at office 54f E Short Street 4 + LEXINGTON KY 0few remaining shares of stock for sale at 10 per A large dividend is assured j JULIUS EDWIN MIGHT Hliat + CF OHBT Secretary 4 + 0 0 + 0 84f4 A8 0 s i T n u II O j p1ji 41885 II == INSURANCE State I a 0 Dresser share 101frnauer We have just received 20000 Noteheads 10000 Envelopes 10000 Letterheade c aad iirpriqt them to order tft YVJ low price for tkf yak F THE HEHALD o SPENCER COOPER Editor DEMOCRATIC TICKETK- or ItpreentntlretittDlatrtc- tJUDGE H F PIERATT NEAKIY everybody in this sec I tion will support Hon N Ii Hays of Piuoville for the nomination for attorney general on the state ticket in the Democratic primary on May 9th and it will be a grate ful recognition of that gentlemans services to do so As an educator Mr Hays had much to do with the system of higher education in Eastern Kentucky by his connec tion with Hazel Green Academy and every pupil to whom he was preceptor is interested to secure his nomination for the position he covets Then as a politician he has given his time and paid his expenses for the cause of Democracy whenever called upon The weather has never been too cold nor too hot nor his own business so urgent but he answered the pnrty call and made speeches or did other work But aside from his merit as an individual politi cian is the fact that he represents 17000 working Democrats of file tho eleventh district who come to you asking the small favor of his nomination as a reward of their fidelity past present and future for it is the only time they have askedeven for the crumbs which fall from the political piecounter and they surely should receive the mite they mention The vote of those 17000 have many times saved Democracy from defeat and in appreciation of the fact let all Democrats unite to give Napoleon Bonapurt Hays the nomination for attorney general Dont Think because you have taken manr remedies In vain that rour ease is Incurable Hoods Sanaparllla has cured many seemingly hope pen cues of scrofula catarrh rheumatism kidney complaint dyspepsia and debility = Two weeks from now or to be precise on Saturday May 0 1003 you will be called upon to express your choice for the Democratic nomination for lieutenant gover uor on the state ticket Among those offering for the position is the Hon Abram Renick of Clark county mention of whom has been made in these columns heretofore We again mention him mainly to keep him mind because the decisive day is near at hand and he is closer to us than the other gentle men offering for the place There is no necessity to recount his qual ifications or expatiate upon party service he has rendered but being from the large and influential county of Clark it is political policy for every county in this district to support Mr Renick in the primary and regular election as well Reciprocity is a very popular term and the reciprocity of Clark in our congressional elec tions is always encouraging to the success of the ticket Let us so vote that we may always enjoy that reciprocity and the fear of Republican rule will never appall us in this district Aside from policy is the fact that Mr Renick is in all respects worthy so there can be no reason why all Democrats in the district should not support him and speaking for the county of Wolfe we opine that they will do so lakes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salve you ever heard of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by J T Dy Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton druggists T T HEDGER is without doubt the choice of the people in this congressional district for the posi tion of commissioner of agricul ture and if consensus of opinion be any criterion judging from the tone of the state press he will get a big vote all over the state and by the same token we judge that when elected he will prove an ideal commissioner Among the latest to come to the fore in kit favor art the yariopa labor organixaUoon ji i f 1tFS1 fC Lt You have it You dont want it Then why keep it Drive it out with Ayers III Malaria and Ague Cure 10f the state and they constitute a factor that is wonderfully for midable It is claimed by Mr Hedgers friends that his oppo nents for the nomination are an tagonistic to organized labor in which event he is likely to prove master of the situation as ho will poll the solid mechanical vote of the state All in all he seems to be the favorite TilE race for state auditor com mands less attention than any on the state ticket notwithstanding that Mr Hager one of the candi dates is a native of the nearby county of Magoflin and claims it as his home In last state elec tion Mr Chenault Mr Ifagers opponent in the present contest car ried this section almost solidly and the prestige he gained in that race through the influence of TilE HERALD will enable him to hold his own in the May primary unless we are badly mistaken The only thing that militates against him jis the fact that the other man is a mountaineer Written for TUE HERALD THE MAIDEN ATHIL UY ENITII List Fair little April comes tripping along With the raindrops sunshine and brook lets song She laughs and cries in her own pretty way How dearly we love this sister to May jEven blustering March has don his best To prepare the way for our springtime guest i With frown and laughter and frolicksome breeze He has coaxed the buds from the leafless trees The paths he has swept for her fairy feet Placing near by them the lilies so sweet And scattring dandelions through the grass Where he knew this maiden was sure to piss He chased the cloudlets of changeable hue Till they sailed apart and the sun peeped through Then oer his shoulder as he sped away lie whistled to April a greeting gay Andnow that ths here she is all the while Tending the blossoms with teardrop and smile The flowers and vines are trying I ween As they scramble up to the world of green Part of the blossoms are sure to awake So she scolds a bit and gives them a shake For they pay no heed to the magic wand Of April timid and gentle and fond Soon she hears them coming and dries her tears Petting and kissing the wee drowsy dears Then she fears the song birds are late this year With their joyous notes of welcome snd cheer But hark I there a warbling in yonder glen And April is drying her tears again Slit turns once more to the plants and flow ers- Finding them growing neath sun and showers And when all are nodding above the ground hear little April is nowhere around V teardrop and smile she has left to May And with footsteps airy has danced away Myrtle Point Oregon DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to fcow of the wonderful CoBtag Lkamton The 1ures made by Kilmers Swam piRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy medicalteenth century Uncovered after years of byDrnent kidney bladder specialist and Is curinglamebles and Brights Dtse4ewhich Is the worst form of kIdney trouble Dr Kilmers Swami Root Is not recommended for everything but If have kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless tOQpoy1Il pur chase relief and has proved at fetcdVul I In every ease that a special arawgement has been made by which readers of this paper who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a bookI telling more about SwampRoot and find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When wrltlnemention reading generous offer in this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer N Y Dr and you all this regulilr fifty cent and B1ote watdoll r sires are sold by aH good denotata- Dont aake say rabiake lit remiemker Ute aaa e8wstp Rest Dr KU t rs Svavp Root and the address Biagkeaptea N Y eaertry NMIe Xa4byZCArorCo byUrnstaPilo JOBSON AS A DOCTOR Do you know what I am going to fetch home on my way from the office this even inquired Mr Jolwon of Sirs Jobsnn the breakfast table one morning about ling day ago Ira Jobson had no idea ol course tad said so- 1m going to fetch lame said Mr Job son oracularly about two pound of powdered sulphur and 1 jug of blackstrap molasses of the oldfashioned kind What for inquired Mrs Jobson Vhnt for repeated Mr Jobson with a surprised expression Now what dye suppose powdered sulphur and molasses arc generally used for eitnip tea Mrs Job son might I inquire whether you ever had realurecnoughhome knew enough to repair to shelter when the rain began Is it poesibla that you never heard of the combination of sulphur and molasses for use as a bloodpurifying spring medicine Ohy s Mrs Jobson had heard of that You have eh r said Mr Johson Well what do you think of it u a spring medi cine Mrs Jobon reluctantly replied that she aspectsbutThere are no beta about it said Mr Jobson in his most impressive judicial tone Sulphur and molasse make the greatest spring medicine that ever lame over the hills And thats the stuff that were going to take every morning before breakfast for a month or so Just like ev ryhody else weve been sitting aroundall winter like hothouse plant eating too much and not taking anything like enough exercise The result U that our blocsall thickened and cloggedup and if we dont take something to clarify our ys terns were liable to attacks of illness for the rest of the year Sulphur andmo lasses ia the thing and when we take it right along for about a month well fuell like colts jut turned loose in a field of dandelions Mr Jobson having assumed his Ihave spoke manner Mrs Jobeon didnt make any reply for the eke of peace but it was obvious that she wasnt looking forward to the sulphur and molasses scheme with any grunt degreeI of equanimity Mr JobtOQ was U good as his wordand home he brought that evening the package of powdered sulphur antia huge jug of blackstap molasses for which he had to search the town After dinner he mixed the great spring medicine in a large crock all the time conversing volubly on the won den wrought by the stuff on the human frame consistently adhered to onlytakeeverydayof it It may not taste like iloate de foie gras but thats only a detail Its reachin so thingWhenappearanceforson was already prodding over the crock of sulphur and molasses inquiredMrJobsonNo answered I was waiting for you to come down so that we could take it at the same time Ugh It looks so Kisty Dont try to be quite eo girlygirly Mrs sarcasticallyAina person of your years Mrs Jobon produced a couple of tablespoons and handed one of them to Mr Jobson But if she expected that hwaagoing to be the first to go against the spring medicine lbAIoa mistaken He toO by in an attitude of expectancy and so there was nothing for her to do but to dip into the crock delve up a spoonful of the gritty mixture and wallow it She made an extremely wry face over it but said nothing Mr Jobson then dipped into the raws spoonful it His countenance looked mightily dis torted by the time he had swallowed the stuff and he spluttered and coughed a lot over it for some time Do you like it as well as you didwhen you were a young one inquired Mrs Job son Its great spluttered Mr Jobeon but he didnt say it in a convincing way He didnt have his usual appetite for breakfast and he looked thoughtful throughout the meal- He wasnt feeling well he eaid when he returned home that evening and he went to bed early When he made hie appear ance in the diningroom for breakfast Mrs Jobeon was again hovering over the sulphur and molasses crock Mr Jobeon didnt go anywhere near it upandson pretended to be so interested in the headlines of the morning paper that he didnt hear her purmrinquiredJobson pretended that he hadnt heard Then Mrs Jobson walked right over to where he had plumped himself in a chair and said My dear shall we take our sulphur and molasses now Huh said Mr Jobeon making believe that he had just emerged from his tranee Our spring medicine you know said Mrs Jobson Ohsaid Mr Jobson sternly you mean that beastly decoction that you forced upon me yesterday morning do you No Mre Jobson I for one am not not not going to take it this morning or any other morning You can take all you want of it ebooaebatof time that youre going to bullyrag and bulldoze and hector me into sozzling my sys tem with a poisonous mess that makes me feel as if Id been living on poisoned snails for a month that causes me to wake up in this morning with a taste in my mouth like a Botormana glove that puts every tooth ia my head on edge and thats liable to make a break out in boils and carbuncles until Id look like a twentieth eentory Job them youre dressing Yrs Jobson and its upThe wet alopualOtMrs Jobson sever deposited aaytniaf in that receptacle tkat did Ir10 much good waaiaetes Stu TKB HWUID 1100 q JMT a Inches 10 00 t500Towndates writeups Obituaries vuy i THIS SPACE IIBELOXGS lTi TO Ot GanOlaI Jilerojaiigisg t HAZEL GREEN Who carry larger and sell goods cheaper than any other town or this section firmii them trialand save money EE nvseogoO IINOW OPENING A STOCK Mans ana Go1Mll DIg Boost sea Shoes Hats and will be ready within weeks time to you as fine and selected an of goods as you will find in town of much larger pretensions We intend to sell GOOD and PAPER payforESTRICTLT ONE PRICE ONLY TO RICH POOR ALIKE Having bought our stock spot cash and bought them as lowtas good goods could be obtained in best markets of our country and our store expenses are small WE CAN AFFORD AND WILL goodsinWe pay and all kinds of country prodae More News later onWatch this space 10 Hoars a Day For SL25 Pay From this date I shall give to each and all alike 10 hours honest work day for 125 per day and board I am forced to adopt this because some farmers expect me to work from daylight to dark and in justice to myself I can not do so In many cities painters work only eight hours and in no town do they put in over nine I go patrons one hour better and with this all must be content as I sure will not deviate from my rule Thanking you for past pat ronage and hoping your continued favors I am yours to please WILSON Are you thinking of going west to Oklahoma or Indian Territo ry for instance If so call at this office and we will furnish you cutrate transportation A dollar saved is dollar made you know Both In and Out Borroughs Is Mr Lenders in Office Boy who has been poated XlX hes out Well just run in and tell him hes out more than he thought I came to return 10 I borrowed last week Good day Philadelphia Pren Homes 811 Wealth FOR ALL CAN BE FOUND ALONG THE j SPEED WITH sTO TEXASKANSAS KANSASMISSOURI MISSOURIARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN AND Tprritft es cells tafM THE F1111 St gives LOW RAT OB tile sad ihMTMKhn of sack aetl Tat iaoade IytoA MURRAY 6a A3s- e411WrtSkill I- iigj nr WiItins III 1 Column 1 0year 60 00eI HilIyear 35 00 f Ji II year 20 00 2 1 year on y 1 Inch 1 year 6 Announcements State and District or political 8Jie line Tributes epee Sired by us a line where copy same as locals Co a lint AD KY a stock 5 X in in a OF Bogs S c a show well assortment s only AND for the as for Eggs a rule my SAM a Ad T JOT 1 1 8Hc Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table ia Effect October 19 1W21 EAST 13OUND No2rt Nt 4 Daily ex == STATIONS Daily ex f Sunday a 1111 Sunday PM Lye II AMLyeM2 25 pm 01 45 ear i 3 10 pm M I 25 am i 3 56 pm Clay CltyI40lu 13 am I O6 pm 44I 23 as4 3S pm 57 INat 54 AID 4 49 pm 62 08 as 5 11 pm 70 Brldle11571t 29 as6 11 pm 90 26 as6 15 pm 94 30 asii WEST BOUND NoSDailyes Sunday 1 II I Sunday n A 10 9 rArrII I IPJIArr = 8 8 120 JackllOa1 I e 8 HI am IHTII I Ml 4 fit pa pGp726ampmGI E 0r I UAXCH EAST BOUND No33 J IKI No 21 t= = exSundlYj f3 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 3 35 COAK Junction 6 1128 t I 17 11 wnhust11 1152 4 30 13 Hampton 13 II M kt5 10 20 Lee City 20 11 22 518 22 Helechswa 22 12 28 5 45 27 Cannel CUr 27 12 45 + MABB PMAU i WEST BOUND itt No22DailySunday rSandsT 9 15 9 Jackson 12 35 910 fc OAK Junction 6 1 30 8 28 11 Wilnunt 11 it 68 815 13 Ham 7 35 20 Lee Cityr7 26 22 Helerbawa 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City 27 1 06 AMLTK p MLTK i No 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Seq tacky Railway Dirisioa dally except Bead Noi 1 and 2 connect at L d El Jnaetlo with Chesapeake and Ohio for ML sterile and local point No 1 aad 2 connect at Btattyrfll JMC hoc with L 4 A for BeattyTUfe daSr ex cept Sunday MaMcttYCHA8 i WAATDA TRUSTWOBTY 8KM i Hesse or lady Ia each eoasy to e is hasiae far as oldeetohiiahed huswt i irtsaelat aittsdleg A Maieht beaa 1oweekly eae a l ry cC 1W pets eiiek iuaiywlli aN ifeIA feeat 1dt i8tr a r ir f rt l E rf THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher I iiUAZEL GREEN t r t KI jjr HE AND SHE ttJle walked along Uhe nilsbt known Ii thIng or two t lie clipped and hit the Icy walk i t t As If he might go through i Ue tailored up his scattered words And aid them over twice eBcause htsI cqulllbrlum Had failed him on the Ice He looked around him just Inl tim maidrco silpping down Ukc mercury In the shad Bhe RHlhrrrd UI her packacs And milM an empty smll She didnt say H wiml 0111 Iloud But talked Intltfc the while She cracked tlrnll to fimil ih man She laughed at wouldnt you The men gave several chuckles And the horrid Ice crocked too The fall the laugh the ice the joke Were all forgotten when They started on together lest They both go down agalu Leola Allard In Chicago Inter Ocean I Ii= I ffByi MRS M L RAYNE ttt III It I t t t +r the outskirts of Alamedn Cal ONtnlld an oldfashioned house of grand proportions walled in by trees anti shrubbery so that passers by seldom get a glimpse of the dwelling itself The house has a his tory the owner being uuAmcrienn I enough to prefer a residence abroad leaving the homestead an heirloom alovra who had corns into its service in her youth dad had grown old in the place The most of her days had 4 been passed there alone but of late years she had given a home to aI vagrant relative like herself a half breed and as worthless as the mixture usually is when of Mexican graft frraMoir wont came that Horace i Lugrcu the owner of the house was coming home bringing with him on Lugreuohot was consternation then on the part of old Malita for it meant that mime thatjiat1i t when she ensue from the foot of it Mount Orizaba which she had never again beheld The halfbreed rela t tire was sent out of the way for old l Malita did nut desire to have Manuel meet her employer who was toaster in his own louse so she kept him 1 1apartfrom Mr Lugren fearful that a quarrel might arise at any time i between the two men for the des potic spirit of the out andI the sullen insolent disposition of time other were temperamentally antagonistic Bo in his brief visits at his own dwelling Mr LugreuNaw nothing of heeknew or surmised that he was about hcasked no questions There were reasons whon this subject he did no ttcare to stir up dissension beentt stripped the uncle had remarked to his nephew after a close Inspec i 1JooOIl must remember those tapestry hangings not a shredof t one is lef- tPlfavef you asked Malitn about theta inquired young Lugren in differently he took little interest I f time musty hangings of the old a en olderwandoor tll enedUlIII the head of the woman in question was thrust in Yo vail senor she a kcd in rasping tones MXo And if I catch you listening again at that door Ill wring your neck as if you were a parrot you hear Mexieat Malitn looked at him with an evil eye Her malignant black hairun softened by a thread of gray seemed to twist and writhe as she waggled her head and drew her fingers across her throat in a horribly sug etic manner Then she gave a little cackling laugh and withdrew closing the door with noiseless vio lencee Later in the evening the old man and the young parted after a game of cribbage well pleased with each other The bachelor uncle was as fond of his nephew as it was possible for him to be of anyone and the young man liked his uncle without beetween them He was a civil engineer in receipt of a government salary liod had no need of a dead means shoes Yet there were nut wanting people to shake their reads and look mys terious when on the following morn ing Mr Lugren was found dead in his bed and Jack Lugrens grief went for naught with them and old Malita wereEbright as beads shook her weird head and muttered in choice Mexican argot and crossed herselfwith pious insistence while she looked as if she could tell much if she would But the police found no evidence of a violent death and the doctors the look of horror on his face IidI the result of heart disease And coroners jury gave that as a verdict in which case there was no needof a jury Hut the strict letter of the law must be observed Jack Lugren was not satisfied He waseamined every inch of the room in which the dead man hadslept hIs- s last sleep and found no evidence that f i S nightDoorsan- e Juillei otfcing a few crumbs oh the pillow he had rolled them in I 1sfinger mechanically and found thni do be crumbs of a rich cheese wHich ids uncle was accustomed to eat with Ilk dessert lie attached no lIrpor i ut1i kto the discovery at tint butt 3t l U iUl tcameL1lNf11i Yt ifalitt did say uncle partake cf any supper or lunch after I left him that night The thought that an acute indigestion had killed him occurred tothe young mea Xo excellenzia She emphasized her words with a sign of the cross Then what were crumbs of cheese doing scattered on his bed and pil 10wY IIc1 Chcc Me not know tenor Me see not dice that dayit I houseIenough at ordinary times gave out entirely with the stress of the tragedy and there seemed no connection between a few crumbs of cheese unaccounted for and the deaths of the master of the house Jack Lugrrn laid aside the puzzle as iusolvahln std gave his at Irntion to more importnUt details One of these was having a photograph taken of his uncle for reasons I wasIyoung Englishman a subaltern in the royal navy was staying with him prior to the trip the two were about to snake to Japan Jack made a crit ical examination of the picture with n magnifying lens Vlint he saw compelled him to drop it in alarm and call to his friend foss for Gods sake come here soul examI eeIwith the same I care Jack hail used The devil he exclaimed look at tit eyes Some thing not human is reproduced there Do youI see that frightful face It your uncle saw that the shuck must hate killed him I do not belies e in time supernat ural and if this iis not a ttrickof the camera 1aimull1 find out what it iis Koss IIalcep In that room tonight I Let me occupy time lounge you may need assistance Xo IItsili keep watch done I cannot cope with supernatural power but if anything of this world I attacks me I will down it And I I preiautionagainstIseeretI i I I hardly wait Old Malita was ordered to prepare JACK MADK A CRITICAL EXAMINA TION OK Tllli TICTUKE the room fur its new occupant Loading his revolver with uniisiia care Tack hade his friend goodnight and retired Ilocking the only door belonging to the chamber and elrIIr the rest it promised Something stuck to his fingers A subtle odor greeted his sensitive nostrils He touched his tongue to the substance on his fingers it was cheese His first thought wits to call Ma lita She did nut answer and he sought her in the kitchen of the house She was startled by his abrupt entrance and showed fear I IackIwas She answered sullenly Mine son excellenzia Jack was surprised I never knew lIotjnuwJo senor me mooch marry yes long time now And Tack asked no question about the cheese as he in tended the strange man had put that in the background The denouement is tame enough although its inceptiun had cost a life Ross Morton waking for his friends sake hearth the report of a revolver near dawn He rushed to the rescue broke in the door and found Jack standing in time middle of time room sins the counterpart j of the object in the eye of the photo j II ThcreII frightful devices the eyes tricked out with horrid rings of fire time pointedcars ablaze with spectral light yet tripped of its phosphorous glow and with Jacks bullet in its heart it proved to be nothing more harmful than one tit the squirrel ro dents of California but Jack him E hndimostapproach of the thing which looked five feet high as it leaped about in its uncanny guise Nothing more was seen of Malita The rat had been a pet of hers and onlyintendedof being haunted that site might 1101I be dispossessed It was recalled that n singular light had frequently been noticed musing in erratic shapes about the house lire affair which was the talk of the time is likely Ic come to notice again as the Sun Francisco papers announce that Man uel Lugren who died a bachelor iis- suing the estate for a share of the property Chicago Record lferald White Bread OreirU Heat a pint of milk in n double boil er stir into it enough bits of stale wheat bread to absorb all the milk season with a little butter and salt it should not be pasty or sloppy but will be a light dry porridge It is a favorite with children especially if jwre4 jna small pretty saucer and Jutted wlthJiits of bright jelly Serve fiot Good Literature Cadltloaa That lIaTer RmlBb nB- In order that a rainbow maybe pro duced the sun must not be more than 42 degrees above the horizon Fad4pythe Cbica t 1 eeurll raItlCIUt 1p fit tJt1 tfiaklntlbtI N a 4rJ to lesson in flmencaii History in nuzzle nii mtATr1E1is ItoiSt VISTA Kind Cniilnln uhlnatn Thr bathe of Jtiieuu Visti of the Mexitmm i war won famiu rI a uuutbtI ft individual participants It made tiii Taylorl tin Ins lirau eouuoandt president tilt it guse such men as apt IIgg Capt1ahiugtou anil lei tcrsiin Davis then ai colnnil of a ilississiPpii logiiiHMit lusting place ill Aiitt r can history The battle wi fought ou IVIirntiry 2 ISlft in a moun tain urge iirar Mu na VUtu Tlie Mcxif us mmilirrril Loooo men the Amrr ans about 50HI During the day tin Mexicans charged the American lines a number fir thins One of times e assaults against the Aiiierienn Be- nter stn s reputed by lgtt Wailiingtoiis artillery when the foe were nt tlu eaniK is month finally the enemys line III all toI waver and tnpti ImgK poured into it a terrible hail of metal from MX liattery when the Mexicans brnki in IiM nler and fled from the held The Mexican Iloss way over SlOU the American 740 SCHOOL AND CHURCH llrilUti Mhools and religious itlti littions in Turkey limits been accorded privileges similar to these enjoyed Ity Russian establLhmtnts The Kpiscopnl eh u roll at Xanesille O iis said to be the MiialloU in time Inited States It ineuxiircs IS feet in length amid but 21 feet in width A memorial hospital to honor the memory of the lute Rev Kithard S Sums the eminent Krooklyn preach er and to hear his name will he reeled by friends in Kooehow lhiuaonnntuttug on the statement of President Eliot of Harvard that the average of hoard graduateI chill ren iis Ic than two iliac SIIMIII IIt lutbouv says That i iCillittCiuingh Harvard graduates tin nut ilwnys remake th11It fathers olumlii university has induced 111IjliI1l lal pliyie at Cambridge umiiteraity England to heroine heail of the de partment of physics at Columbia He iis oneI of the highest antlioriit in IhletjlllItriilPrr Huston insti tuft of technologyI in speaking Itie fort the cotmutiun otf edieators ant busines men at Ann Arbor Mich deplored the lack of tit ness shown by e dlege graduate + for the hard real ities of life Prof RipleyiiI lIar yard university mirgtd tie enforce ment of business methods of exact ing attention Ito study all through 11I university Indent course It iis estimated that the people of Xeiv York spend nearly if not quite 1000000 a mouth in caring fur the distressed in addition to what iis given personally mud through Un churches The city as a iniiiiieipaliiy iis constantly extending its work in behalf of the pour until through its department of public charities It alone provides for shat would be a city of considerable sin its alum liotiM on Ilaeliwclls island for cxI ample has a resident population rI Imo people nut a few of whom have been there for many years soul sonic I of them for a generation TITLE OF OUR CONGRESS It ylay5luiply lie Cnlletl Congress mil That Will Mr IllKhl EnonahISeseral of t time use of the expression The 111I illllillaIliollj j lion bobs up and when it does it iis Centrally used under the impression that it is superior to time plain wind congress both grammatically und in elegance There i111 assumption moreover that authority iis tube found for its use in the constitution itself and time early custom of the republic These people have evidently read only one part of time constitution says the Iallimorp American That document speak of congress in both ways The scents lo be used when it iis intended to designate con gress as a distinct and separate branch of the government that is to distin guish it from any other congresb while in other instances Ithe article n IrljlledWrilcrslion of the constitution or figuring shortly afterward do not use the the mien such as Icffcrson Chancellor Kent timid Itaneroft and it is ridic ulous to suppose that Ithey would have bopped it had it been the custom to mice it The assumption that there is superior wisdom or elegance in the use of the phrase The congress appears 10 be gratuitous This dues not eomtroert time right of a person to use such an expression It is merelyI intended to show that there is 8bl01IltI lIreferringof congress As tthere are fully 73000 000 of American citizens who speak of congress and not of the congress It is a matter of sonic importance for theta to feel that when they do so they are committing no offense against good taste Congress will survive whether it be called the congrtII1n congress or congress all of which epithets are bestowed on it by the con fctituhin but to call li siropMcotigrest will tll t co vit noypKJ 94 capital1 f ft fiiiiif HUMOROUS What objeetiiu did that editor make to your ere on tlie beautiful slum asked the poets will He only said that hrI couldnt catch the drift of it answered the petItaltimore American Dont spcnf all yoli money on clotho said taint Kldii It f good deal like spu midis yoh las iol Inr fob a pocket bookI an den dim overin dat you nisi gut no mini use fob it Washington Star Ills CiiMiirss Sirs l iIIII1Ithen I thought there is no use ijnar relisg with a milkman Mr Kidder Thats right Hell make you tak water emeryI timeDetroit Free Pros The monkey lost his hold and fell into time crocodiles waiting JHWV KVPII then lob wits did not ic crl him I just dropped in fur dinner he raidttilh an ugniugsutilt Yale leord- I pniItllirtsI I I a summer popm for a magainc in freeing1 weather wjth coal Slim a ton and nut a spark of poetic lire Atlanta Constitution Yes said the great scientist this specimen was tint away in alco hol when that lrlitluj commerce was worth a kings riiiisom So rental kcd Ithe lisitor Well I should say for a dead omit it seems to llie in ughspiritsilultinmttre News BORROWED FINERY Ilan once Ronmrn tlanne to Irr sal n rice tigmenrnnec At 0- t1 to Thrlllh When the says of some uonicn art considered it i Lissl markable that rush numbers of noincn dwelling in the large ciI llirs cM nnagaiitly than before Itin ir UK Ihods of securing rich ooftiiiius for all occasions have iKiii scrulinitdI says Ithe Washington Star Flit ru are uoinen said iiiiiny of them very wealthy whu make a regular practice of having elegant garments sent to their humans on approval wear hug them once and then returning them to stores or costurners Some uoniU will wear ti dress or cloak to Ithe uptra nmilaril il hark in xl muni ing Or theyI will itla hat or rapand io ilrixingi or iviting in it Theater age person would be astonished to know all the things front handsome uuibrrllas and faun of grst beauty Iti jewelry and clothes that tome women borrowed from tthe shops Of course ail thisc women mute not well olV liif they all drtss well mind gr out a great mat and although the shopkeepers often discuses the man lier in which they are being deceived thII not always like lo make a fuss for ftar of losing a good customer lie sides they know tint if they incur the enmityof such impostors the wonted are quite capable of abusing their goods and robbing them of otlrrand more honest customers Strange as it may MCIII Ithcss women generally mingle in pretty good society or the fringes of it and hire some influence illI the matter of dress since they have won the reputation of always dressing elegantly and in I tit newest things This sort of imposition had iirtn car ried im so often by n customer of acer taiu large firm that its mrmbrrs deter mined to tint a slop to her haunting about in borrowed plumage at least when the plumage belonged to them One Saturday this woman had a superb wrap sent home on approval and on Sunday one of tin head Irkof the film who knew Mrs Blank as the offender stationed himself near her pew in the fashionable einirch which she attended When she sailed down the aisle utter service rcspltndent in the burrowed clunk this man stepped iii to her dud said How do you do Mrs Itlauk I am delighted to see IthatI you like our cloak well enough to keep it Jf course after that shr could not re turn time cloak Still with all time efforts put for ward by shops and costumers to break up the pernicious habit of fordblt borrowing on the port of sundry feminine customers the practice goes merrily on and many a furdomptlth an enviable reputation for exquisite dressing appears but once in gnrmmtf and hats that then next teen are arhanglfgtp t J r- HOOSEMAIDFS KNEEL Affection that Cane trop Fes uoeat KttvcllHK Wklle Sor fc blDK and Cleaalas lh order to understand just what in a housemaids knee it will bo necessary to study a little anatomy says Youths Companion Nature is a good mechanic She hind discovered the necessity of avoiding friction whenever two sliding surfaces come together long before man knew enough to construct the sim pleat machine This desired object is secured in the human bialythat mustt ofttMiitifuliy and wonderfully constructed of all machines by neaii of what are called bursae the Latin word meaning times Then mirage are little wnterbagslined with i Ices smooth glistening membrane lubricated with a viscous fluid re sembling Ithe white of an egg These5 little boas ore found nmong otherI plncp user the outer surface of tilt Joints KO that the skin can glide eas sly and without friction user the bone when Ithe limb is moved Ordinarily these sacs contain only just enough fluid Ito keep the inner gliding surface well lubricated but when they are subjected to repeated slight injuries such as may result front intermittent friction with tires sure Ithe fluid increases in amount the design of nature being to make a thicker pad in order to protect the part from the results of time harder usage to which it is subjected Itut nature iis a little stupid at times and dues not always know when she has done enough so she keeps on adding more lluid until the bnrsa swells out illln a teal tunlot- Phis iis shat makes hoiiscmaidt knee Time bursa over Ithe kneecap is irmitiltcd hy the olllallt kneeling necessary in wiping up the 11tllscrubbing lad in lime a rounded elastic tumor I formed This is us unlly not particularly painful lout may be sure and tender on pressure and caiiscs greatt annoyance by its interference with the sufferers occu pation A similar condition is sometimes seen at the tip of the elbow in a miner who has to work in low tunnel like excavationsI supporting himself on one elbow This iis called miners elbowHotiicmaidsI knee may sometimei be cured by applying a firm bandage or slash stocking over the swelling anil keeping off the knees Isually however the fluid has lo bo drawn off through a hollow needle an oper slims which may be dangerous if nut properly performed and one there foreto be done only by a physician In olitinatc eases it urt1even he necessary to rill into the distended sac in order Ilo get rid of the Humid n THE CURIOSITY OF BOYHOOD Illfiir II I rnili the Vonlhful Inventl- cnlne Into Mlanllnn That Sri Inlnfnl Wht i j it that an iron lamp post or an iron gate or fence or any old thing made of iron and exposi d to the open air has such a magnetic attrac tion fur tit tongues of young ones daring cold weather iniiiir d the in uisitivccyed man according to the Washington Post Its Ineame sup post theyve been told never to stickI their tongues against weatherexposed iron in the cold weatherand they want to find out Sthtyuolt fast night mmuysix ycarold shaver glued his tongue to A lamp po t in front of my hamohnhe found that he couldnt get loose he began to ideal mid I raced out to fee what was the matter with him When 1 1vas within four or five feel of him he gnu a mighty tngmud contrived to pull his tongue loose without leaving much more than a square inch of the skin of his tongue to ornament the postNow when I was at exactly the a lilt age as thatI kid of mine I madccx aetlv the same cxpcrimul 1 stuck my tongue img midst an iron gate when the weather was below stero this was IupI in Detroit because I had been told thin that was one of the stunts I was supposed to flag if I had anyregard for the integrity of my tongue cuticle T wanted to timid out what right an iron gate had to keep aclutch on my tongue against my will in anymill kind of weather The gate won owl of course and easy MyI mother when I Logan to blubber sis best I could with the lending piece of my blubbering mechanism out ofeonunissfonhcta teakcttleful jf water on the kitchen stove and after coddling the gate for about ten minutes with the hot water warmed it up suflicicntly to execute a release of my tongue And here about o years lifter that experience of my own kidhood this snoozes of mine conies along and gets himself messed up in almost the same way just to satisfy the grouch and the grievance which extreme youth mani fests toward anything which it does not understand Iut as a matter of fact we never outgrow that sort of curiosity do we Else why is it that about ninctcnths of us grownups when we see a sign with the Paint warning furtively touch the freely plilllnl article sifu out imuger tips to fluid out whether it is ictillyand truly and sure enough fresh anti set paint Retnirnk Rolls Cut tender soak ill nice sued pieces for posing season and spread each piece rather thicklysituI onions which louse been sliced thin anti fry for ten minutes in plenty of butter roll up tightly tie with a string put in a baking pan with a little good stock or gravy anti bake until done five min utes before taking them from time oven spread soft butter over each Good LiteraturegniekTomato sop Put a pint of strained tomatoes into a strwpaii add half n tablcspoonfu of beef cytractone tablespoonful of butter three level tablespoonfuls of tine tapioca three ciipfuls of boiling witter salt and pepper to taste and boil 13 minutes Sene with croutons Washington Stir II Our See fsTtw Resole ryutexlYou bet your life nosey talheSrlla ilhet ddI itBver wy to you1 iq- a I IFULLERII 1and Sight From the Ravages of Catarrh Cured Peruna Him wGREAT many remedies to A temporarily relieve catarrh totimeother local applications but as a rule the medical profession has little or no enthusiasm in time treatment of catarrh It is generally pronounced by them to be incurable- It therefore created a great sensation in medical circle when Dr hart man announced that he had devisedai compound which would cure catarrh permanentlyThe was named Pertina and in a short time became known to thousands of catarrh suffererinorlhsouth- east and wes- tLetters testifying to the fact that Pe runa is a radical cure forentarrh began to pour in from all directions Thousands of such letters are on file in the oilier of The Peruna Medicine Co Itev K Stubcnvoll Pella Vis writes t feel obliged to extend you my personal thanks for mycomplete restoration All through the winter I suffered from throat and lung trouble but recovered my entire health by the use of your excelleutremedy Pcruna prominenta pOlOtIr Fuller President of time Jewelers Association of Los Angeles cityforthat he pas peen engaged in business oncern nC his experience with Peruna he says with on the Nashville Chatta noog5R St Louis Railwaymiin Georgia PRICES Climate hlallhful never very coM or very hot All marketable crop grown and brio priers than In the North RaIDbl f I and well distributed with Real Estate Agents In the North Invited I For pamphlets write to I H F I prove the healing and I UI power of PaxtlnrAntiseptic we will a largo trial package book of Instruction free Tnls IK tiny sample tut Q large enough to convince of Ita Tatar Women over the country are Pax tine for what It done In local treat ai a cleansing vaginal doodle for sore throat postal card wUl r postpaid by a e TI j 1b H arC Le t tIG rtt 1 ASSOCIATih t Vl II a Again I 1 was troubled with catarrh of the head for many years It affected myI sense of smell hearing and sight t spent lots of money with doctors and the use of local applications to relieve me but to no purpose until my alien tion was called to the wonderful effects of Peruna 1 must say that I met with most i and satisfactory results Peruna took bold of the complaint and drove It entIrely out of my sYstem I Although well along toward the allotted of mans life 1 amasapleased child over the results and feel like a young man againj J W Fuller Such letters as the above are not used for except by the written of the writer A pamphlet filled with such letters will be sent to any address free This book should be read by all who doubt the curability of catarrh If you do not receive prompt and results from the use of IVI runa write at once to Dr Hartman givi table advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President ofI The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus 0 1 NERVES UNSTRUNG AND HEADS THAT ACHE WISE WOMEN BROMO SELTZER TAKETRIAL 10 CENTS TO HOMESEEKERS GOOD producthesoiltnnheseIm- uted FARMS TenneiweKentuckyAtaba RBASONABLLI bcttuI CORRESPONDENCE INASHVILLB FREE TO WOMEN IIITo cureHullremovetartard- oaldbydrratterseat grateefTnEWIITEDII11 Aqtwbenaaumsbet 1l orTHefi JEWELER Hearing SmeIIk CaaattrvBn Feel Like YoungMan surprising publication permission satisfactory ofyourcascandlie WITH BOTTLE RearrdlermdrleldlDgVell8OrWanCoiparranetrorn 20th Century Oats Theoumurtlproduerogass Tho p e At Depurmr- ntrallsisaertraiML the- best That PaTS Ooiden On Corn- Newalpbeabt per aerei- Ireira wonderfetrariry Macaroni Wheat- orrateatwbatoneuta for arid dry tint eon ltraduced byraDept of- tt AgrtcuitereIraawooderOreatrt eartliM Sea twin ends maaalOreol bay per = That Pare Victoria Rape r make it p eouble to uC- aCobC lealb If 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Alt Druggist 2e Rllnplo 7 FREE AddressA S Ulmstllt Le ItoyNY hce4tnmuted tJi toncicneua far from being a rIightfu1vonverationa1istPuck Slop thrConich BromoQuinine VnrcliSMT So tbiiiiIIn improved typ 11101howi t make a Wot Philadelphia Itecord t i itifalljleSNimue Ocean trove X 1 FrI 17 19tw Pr in11111reon etonllIck CaliforL iliragoFI anilIuneaSyTUoIeriecily Minnie and simply perfect ur dyeing wah Putnam ladler Dyes f fhn i i i inii i iiTO WORKING GIRLS FREE MEDICAL ADVICE It 12vtT working girl who Is not well is cnnlinlly invited to Tito In Mrs Pinklitiin Lynn Mass for nilricc it iisfrocly pivonnntl has restored thousands to health Miss Paines Experience yonh1PYgetnhleCJUltOUncl keeps them stinding on their feet in the store The doctor KJiid I must stop work he did not seem to realize that a jrirl cannot afford to stop work lag My back ached niy appetite was poor I could not sleep and menstrua tion was scanty and very painful One lay when sufferinjr I commenced to Vegetableit helped me continued its MST and soon found that my menstrual periods were free from pain and natural everyone is surprised at the change in me and I run welltnd cannot lII too jrrateful for what you have done for meMiss JANET PAINE 510 West fo4eitIfCIUIwTake no substitute for it Is Lydia E Pinhhains Vegetable Compound that cures ABSOLUTE I SECURITY Cenuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of 5eo Facsimile Wrapper Below Terr mall and as e er to take ea ragarI I HEADACHECARTERS ITTLE FOR EIUOUSNES8 I TORN LIVER iiFORCOHSTIPATIOH = SALLOW THECOMPLEXIOII SlUM Me Io MuITMflJjDNTU1 I t CIIIIJ e CURE SICK HEADACHE SOLID FACTS ALL WEARES OF THE ORIGINAL ttoWEll t PI JtISH BK1 OILf LOTtIIG- 5cr tlLooJ SAY IT I13 THE BEST IN THE WORLD hlyvo5roTlruT aAND SAY IT II l1tW EMPHATICALLYAJ TOWIK COBOSTOHMASSUSA lows CANADIAN COlM TOiOMTO CAN ONE DOLLAR r TIOtoWrr YrI5bifw4wNrast PtWflim 14 T5- ti 5 1qt V5L4n IRE1C 0 clNt1A 1 A i 4 TRIAL STEEL ROADWAY A Hr York Biprrlmrnl Wbleh la- lelns Unlrlied with Interrat by noad nallder An expcriminlal steel highway has tcctwlly lieu laid in Murray street Itch went liroaihvty nnd Church atrect New York The Autumobile club of Atneriea has been IiLstrumental in seething this Idial and President Charles MSehwab of IthelmlcdI States Steel corporal ion furnished Ithe steel nt his own expense nell Roy Stone formerly bead of the bureau of road IIgrielllturlhast At present there is only a single roadway up the renter of the street ou t huh luaded teams outing from the North river piers are given the tight of way The accompanying 1EIththuws a section t tirotigh One of- IIthe rails tthe depth of foundation sboxvn however being sotteu tintI greater that that finally adopted The rail hl t lull iin very similar Ito tthat of ft 12inch channelS the main difference 9 r F In IIOWTIIKTHACK IS LAiD bring that there are slight ridges nlotij tbe oiitsiile edgesI of the weaiing sur face hieh tend to keep thin wagon i liftIs iu the rook The rails came In tflfoot lengths anti were rivetrd tto get her by meaiii of three splice plates one on Itile under side of this main web of the channel having three rivets for I t tOIHillrfuI lhf llange each uith tun ritte to a flange TIll 11111lrE spaced 1 feet jpatt center tto center aoiihotryl IJii feet longitiiilnally thyire tied Ito get hit r itb 71 inch rtls liidted thrush the init itle flanges The foimdatinn for the rails i IIS inches f f broken stone resting ou Ithe old pn hog blocks replaced Ity till rails The under surface of tthe rails Ill coaled with tar anil tilt railsl then bcdikd on a thin layer of tine graxel In addition tto Ithis roadway in Mur ray it reelI which will be slilijcetcd to the heaviest kind of t ra flit it is pro posed to 1nllllthtr St I etch of tthe t eel roadit Seventh avenue in tthe neighliorhoiili 1flf Onchundicilnnd 1111111 Ih st reel There I he pavement is an old macadam avid tthere still neces sarily be modificationsI of tthe founda lion and tthe methods of construction to suiti I this locality A trial will also lie made on some dirt road for the nolet out age of the ted rail are tin sidered to be as great for a country road as for itti I lets Ati the present price of t tt it iis Mated that the rails ian I be fiiinishrd for JtOoO per mite The eoct fInstruction uonhl IfUIIII vary with hal conditions am as Ithe st rtsitfar done ii1 evicrimcntalI and work hail be t I t liiiftottthe track no reliable estimate has t haylugA Ithorough ere of I liaction itests are t ii be can hit on in connectioni j iili thl roaduay in Murrayt stl red and the other pliice where the rails are laid A livnaiuonictcrt wil be ued and the tract it t force ncrct Icy to draw a truth otter Ithe griinitc has hg ti itt bp r niiaieil uiih thatt iittea r tlodrau iit aheing I lie si tot roadway ii jitdjt join in Ihi testI tecords ha e been matle gliouing the amiiiint and u eightiii tr the on the strict Iprevious to the improvement and fnillnr observa tions will lie tIn from time lotimet to MC whether iheie i aiy increase in the Itrallic pasiiig up tlhi street lill lonc has made st ery chaii thC sttmiy 11 steelI lighuays aixi tins hat several paicnt isueil Iu him in re card to ccntmclivii lietails Thcbe state arc in be entirely free to the city of Xew Yoik to make ue of thould tthe expcriinrut prove as uc ressful ax iis untied In rotting tails for further experiment it is proposed to malef a special roth having slight projections on i itsI mi face perhaps an inch square The last time the rat goes tuoiisli the rolls tthis will be put on a nil will leave corresponding de pressions id the finished rail The tAU jeet of thita it to reduce to1 minimum the danger from horses slipping and is an important consideration How sect it is claimed that the use of steel rails ssihlso mlnc the amount of tract ivi force rriiiirrii tthat under ordinary coiulititns there will tt bo much danger from tthat source An other proposed rnndituatiiin is to have the bead alontr the outer edge of the tread fluted so as to prevent u heelsI from 0kiiltlingl as they leave the track Tn some eases it iniclit also beadvan tntreons to have the flanges of the rail flaring outward from the web on both sides thus preventing a wiritr base There have been a few experiments on a small scale in this country with rt eel trackways conducted by the bureau of road inquiry but lack of means to procure hedcsirtd shape of raih has hampered 1 the bureau in its investigations One of these rails was with an eightinch trackway on R gra effinrwlajipn the weight of steel beyujp about JOChens per inile of single track road furnished at S35 per ton Vht most extended use of steel rail for roadwaysfor which data is avail- ablef is in Spain on theroad between Valencia nnd Crao where about two mites of flint stone roadwaynas re placed by sled tails some ten years ago ut n tolpl ecu of 0500 The sur jltenrahItW1pI1CrdIOp3ehlttSOwer I CJP i sides fhe cost of malBtenanre of this road over which a traffic of 3100 vehl rips passed daily waa at once greatly reduced and tho result was considered satisfactory In other ways It seems probable that such a roadway as this would be greatly appreciated by mar- Ie gardener iin the vicinity of larg- ecjfjeaN Y lritittiu- eFORESTRyFOR FARMERS totted Mates Government It Doing Much reward Kneunratclnc Sladr ot the Science The farmcu of Ithis country own about iOOOOOnoo acres of wood land ten times the acreage of all the federal forc t reserves Most of iit con i ts of kiuall voodlots from nhicli the owners derive their timber sLpylics for farm purposes ringfori of forestry several years rig under took to furnish him wjthiotiieuist with the services of its foieMers The otTer proved popular nnil apjilication for nikiilnuce have far exceeded the ability of the bureau with its limited number of trained forester to answer them During the season jut passed the bu reau has accomplished mure than ever before in putting small woodlot under forest management and in teaching Ithe farmer how properly to treat hi timber Two experts have born cm ployed in the north and louth who have examined anti have put under management several thousand acres of woodland A great deal of wood iis consumed every year on the font for fuM hiistl poles and oilier tises Ordinarily the a ruler cuts n lialI tie need without tthought a to thitt tier he i ilttllillgt- ill 1 I power of his forest constantly to- ychuh its supplier The result i thit the forest become poorer eveiy year HIM Iless nblc to fnriiili ithe wood itowncr ncfil Tin skill IHIM fnmer exciiirc in the management of hi crops iis not of tlite Kind that enables himj to manage properly his timber He need the services of a forfftcr rually onlone visit to the farm l hJ the bureaus expert iis necessary and t Ida service is given without cot to tthe owner When as occitiionally happens a sernnd viiit is nerdrd the iiivnrr it required to pay ttile Iirivoliii anil living expenses if t tue expert vhuhe employed at the work NEW FARM IMPLEMENT Venlini llnrtTllh Adlhl nindet Sullnlile for V irk lit Dip V pge tablet- hic Grd cultivation of long rows fit plants iis an opcralion requiring nine a iidsktth and if care ii5 not exorcised IHie 1lallts as well as the weeds may be iipiooled and destroyed Uliilc the gaiilener hat usrd t rIre hue for this 51 11 kor years past and in aililit ion tthereto employed the eullivator tto- giiid utIca hi ago i111r Ih II IrlIIiII tiri for 11lie tt ceiling IInd nut ltnt t tug implrmciit I presented in tthe ncvom lanting picttue Itt li htuos per NOVELTY IN WEKIMNi 1IOKS mil it to be easily manipulated by hand covering the ground much there rapidly than could be line with an ordinary lice while the adjusting meclani m permits the implement to be readily accommodated to the 5i7 of tthe plants iu the row The inven I inl iis cpccially designed for ueeiling blocking out and cultivatingt beets union cotton etc and hit loosrnin tIhe bolls tt huh clump the hloi3illi place the latter tail llc nljn lcd in re lilion to height anil ilUluncc apart tthus tiring ing lheeutlingtlistI as clou ttogether on either side of the row a hcoii aide The inventor is Uittlo N Clioalo of Iclroh Mich Louisville rourierounial SPRING GARDEN WORK Put a barrel over tIne rhubarb Crt iu the peas potatoes and onions a tonoeA garden wiMi save doctor bills antI dollars besides Plaoe coal ashes about the currant laiulI s o el errv l ulies If yott flue going to set out any mall fiuit plants order at once and plant early No fruits are more readily propa gated by cuttingsI than currantt a id ottseberrir lust stick the last years I wood in th ground before tthe luuU commence its wcll in tIle spring keep tthem tthe following spring No exviise for Icing uithout bomemaile currant jelly and gooseberry jam Have a bonfire in the garden before the plowing ijs done this spring even if you had one last atitunu More 01 less rubbish and many bone havcae cumulatedI during tie winter months a nth there are probably seeds and brush that were too green tcbuin with licfore Clear it all tip ami have a ticlv yard and garden to say nothng of the ashes Farm Journal Armnslui Flower Uril For small yards ii iis l ct to jplant the flower along the fence End around the house anti leave the te5t of the yard in grass as a small yard cut up iu lJcdswjll not show to ad I lIuralIandhnrdy plants and put hyacinths- and tulips along the edge of the lIar del nnd you will be pleased with the result Climbing roses and vines around the porch or portico with be splendid Clematis Is a good vine lor shade on the porch fog by giving tt plenty of a tCrit will bloom ajn oit all summer Clematis can be runied tilt same a s roses by taking cmtingt in hex fallnid rHiJf tiirflikV J lg1g f caiiI x r PLATINUM SELDOH UTOLEN Profe loniil TblCTri itll hal Although VnlMhlC It Ii tot- Earthy DUpoaed Of One kind of valuable plate quite abundant III New York is seldom stolen by burglars though the metal of which it is made far exceeds sit eec in cOlt iays the Times of that ity Kvery college chemical labora tory and scores of factory labora tories have costly vessels made of platinum The plain metal is usually I worth about its weight in gold anti made up into crucibles and other vessels used in laboratories it iis much more valuable tItan in its ordi nary form The makers of such profits though the metal is made into the simplest forms without decoration of any sort A tiny crucible bold ing perhaps onha gill is worth eight or ten dollars and some of the larger vessels used by chemists are worth several hundred dollars eachThe value of these vessels is so great that they are locked up every night in a safe in any wvellcoudncted fhemical laboratory aud frequently vomited Damaged vessels and even I he smallest scraps of platinum wire are carefully treasured amt sent to Hie factory from time to time iu order to be made over into new vessels A chemist has somewhat the same feeling toward his plat Ilium plate that a housekeeper has toward her solid silver but the chemists plate is worth far more than tiny but the most elaborately wrought silver ware It is also much more liable to damage The presence of a mall quantity of lead in a hot crucible of platinum is likely to bring about a puncture of the crucible A punctured crucible must go to the factory antI repairs are very costly Much of such ware need here is made in a little Pennsyl vania town by a single firm and there are fits workmen who under stand Ithe art of handling platinum Treated with ear platinum vessels are almost indeHructihle They feem to suffer nothing from the high temperatures to which they are ex po ed in the laboratory and however long in tuse a briskl rubbing rca tIers them as beautifully bright as on the day when they came from the factory They are ordinarily cleaned however by the application of hot water utah acid solutions as they gradually lose in weight by rubbing Due reason why platinum imple ment art seldom stolen by burglars lies in the fact that they are not easily liposettoi The metal is hard to melt and a large vessel ii1I0t easily hammered out of recognition Pawnbrokers are hrtlf accept ihig articles of platinum because Mich articles having a comparatively liar row use are unit hard Ito Itrace Smallt crucible aud platinum wire ami rods do occasionally di appear from laboratories but the larger articles are raruIystoheti When a titan presents himself iu the shout with a metal worth iu the neighbor hood of U50 a pound for stile he hi naturally expected to tell how it came into his poses ill UNCLE SAMS FAILING lie I it Slow I aynianter Kvrn When Clnini alud tiles Arv Just and True WJ he1ide the hitklets ittliSihitiJ or firm who permits 1iicle Sam to get iuto his ikbt and a I hoStS and beeomis the victim of a hitcii in the routine which prevents hiiu from getting1 his voucher imiue lia4fjy tncle Slim lois ant mean to tue ihollest but hur i uuftettt jute more fiicrmis than just He will give tmuiiteyin advance but bates to settle for a dead horse says the Philadelphia Press The flies of congress tem with cUiims against the government that have been pronounced just in equity hut committee i from the house a nit sciiate time antI again but which have nut reached the consummation of fig tiling ill a necessary appropriation bill Outside of the claims growing out of the tivihISnIC whose name i I is Ilegion are hundreds of Worthy claims represehi hug work performed for the government under contract and material furnished or damages incurred through no fault of the claimant Thee drag their wear1 way through session after session and congress after congress Sum times getting a favorable report from the house in one sesioui and the senate in the next but somehow aili ing to receive final sanction Pathetic sights ire witnessed every day about the capitol in con neet inn with these old claims The oldtimers around the building come to know the claimants and it iis easy to follow their fading fortune in the unite evidence of their despair They grow older nud grayer and thinner anti shabbier as the years roll on but always the fever if hope burns In their eyes nnd they come up at the beginning of every new session rejuvenated rill the mo mentI with the hope that Ithey have another chuncc On or Allrnn Stun Apro us of modestyI ill politics Al nipiriuigi jiioli giaiuliloiiiciitly the familiar saving The office should seek the man not the man the otllcc A feu days later he was observed elcrlion ecriug for himself in the odfub ioited style with whisky cigars etc Icing reminded of his recent lofty utterances he answered I lstillinuintain my position The oilice should seek the man but by gad salt thin titan should be around when the o ice is looking fur himJranc- is E Lcupp in Century A Kladl Mrnut Saurlebliic- Vliat part ufyouc work do you find the most dUugrctulile ticorge asked the kind old aunt of the young man who wrote things for a Iliving Heading ny ulult through uftei Ive written it wan the reply which the young man thuught rattier witty until the old lady cauicd him tu col lapse into a mere bundle nJ clothes by sympathetically reiuarklngi- Voor tJ rot wiry fyr jrouV i1tolI MraIlI iG iJttc PROSFIRHT nr CAWADA ft Pa r tr In Welter Caa I Aelalea WOB4 rf l oven I One of the first things that the roan who wishes to change his resi dence endeavors to find out Jis where he Zany go and succeed It need be a matter of little doubt or indecision now Durtafrthepast four or five years the development of Western Canada has been no rapid and the condition of life there so widely known that up wards of 100000 Americans have taken up their homes there antthe experience of these people i a that they are thoroughly satisfied with their choice of home The methods of farming there are similar to those adopted in the United Staten but the operations are sins pIer the yield of grain greater and the profits more satisfactory Ranch ing IK carried on with Iota of success Mixed farming is always profitable while the results in grainraising are as certain as splendid soil excellent climate anti lots of sunlight can ginIThe yields of but nothing i satisfactory as the experience of the farmer himself and extracts are selected from one A good intelligent farmer naiutd Meart John Mean to be exact left Cavalier County North Dakota two years ago and followed the thou sands who had already gone to Can ada lie had twefctyflre years ex perience in Minnesota in buying grain including flax But in nil hia experience he never saw a district so well suited to the growth of flax as Western Canada The financial results of Mr Mears operations in a single season are Bit follows Ubeat 3000 buxhels 1 hard at 7eh75tfl2f- lSU bushel I Northern at 54c SI 4T7JO Oats 1730 bushels at 3Se Ml250 Spelt 134 bushels at 75c 11520 Flux 334 biuhels at 12 628 Total 1hS20A return of more than 4500 from a little over 250 acres an average of 18 per arre is surely testimony sufficiently strong tti satisfy the most incredulous as to the money to he made out of the soil of the Canadian West It is to facts like these arguments express ible unit demonstrable in dollars and rents that the steady northward movement of American farmers is due Mr Mears is settled near Ar cola I4a- A number of Americans who hare chosen Western Canada as a home had the idea that a man enjoyed leas freedom in Canada but they soon found their mistake and say the laws of Canada are the must liberal in the world antI MUCH as prevent the liti gation which breeds HO much ba1I feeling between people in the Cnited States and costs them so dear in lawyers fees Tile Government has established Agencies at St Paul Minn Omaha Neb Kansas City Mo Chicago ill Indianapolis Ind Milwaukee ttis Yausati Wiv Detroit Sault Ste Marie and Marquette Mich To ledo Ohio Vatertosvn S Dakota Grand Forks N Dakota and Great Fall Montana and the sugges lion is made that by addressing any of these who are the author ized agents of the Government it will be to the advantage of the reader who will be given the full est and most authentic information regarding the results of mixed farm ing dairying ranching sail grain raising and also supply information as to freight and passenger rates etc WASNT ACQUAINTED Seg Wonians SirsO ExprIe I a- teklg GIve Hr a rkutll- ut iuutlgnatteu Wailing in time hank dirtttlrI in front of me was 3 fhrniiugi woman of 20 i or to whoI was having her tint experience in hanking ud the ineichant A he lfiited Iii cigar alter luncheon relate the New VotkTimw Sa vn akni the queviont n ual for oe vhn is nienin an aivniiut her name ad iire wnrthr married or Mngle ami her ititr t and unit her name Se gut along 11 riint until the clerk akc h Nlntner mttn tIssue please T I duiit Ute nuilefttand Im afr M ie xilii hesitatagly I Iititi vuur mother mm when abs Si a KIT explained tke vltrk How hut I know dont like im irrtneni air How thouiit I knnwT I 1itumt know her When ahe was a girl iii- 1nr4 Icynll trying to mate tun tlf me Ir He West Vest and Pr ayer4F- reelaiid Kanr Mar tiliUce of the most prosperous farmer in Harper County isi Mr N 11 Mead Sonic thirtyfour year ago he leit hi hume neat Clarence N Y ind entitle to Kin n lleie be hss thrived iplviulidly and lat year hatveted over one iiundred and forty avie of wheat alone nut everything has nut gone well with Mr iCSilu for hits health hill not been good for the list few veaif lie lust suffered a great deal with Kidney and Bladder Trou latelyboseverhepau that lie ha none of the old mp sgatnIIcI i edy Denied to work wonders in huts cae He says him elf DoJl Kidney Pill have made me well rhev are all right and a reliable remedy for Kidney Trouble They helped me right from the startl tiving mt great relief and fuullycurtd me- H +4 lied aper1ees- She Do you know what love iis dearett He Will I should mlle sweetheart Ive been engaged 77 lime Comfort Why u it that all eyes are centered on tht IndianTer ritory at the present time Because of the prospects and opportunities there for the farmer and arti in cheap land trowing towns and every feature of development Write for decriptiv literature Match Iue The Creek Nation now ready Ad drew KATY MI Waiawright Bldf St Lonts Mo A crank Iit something of an expert as- a subject in which you ars sot int retted John Willis Beer b Three solid through trtiai daily Chicaf to California Chicafa Uaien reelS k NortbVe t rn Line I VIIasaW few lac good from lug at wMtMBta- yriee UTlat II to 4epIveoa vwr thing thai tae You esc 40 Ia San Why aol aak w M seed you ota INS peg catalogue tte1Ia 5151- 1hleenlaferlitodai 8M tsan aI hlS S PiiIsLijI cL i lt THE TEST OF1 GOLD IIA Vast Itaafer eff KMoey Suffertiir People Kidney Wlto My tortUr til Free Trial they would still H1AIOYl ThIs maGtWIII MerR ct yew Cmmaadto Teat COWWTOB CITY LL Feb 10 1903 I received the sample package of Deans Kidney Pills and took them according to goodIsad lure beta greatly benefited I had the backache so bad I could hardly walk alo had urinary troubles that caused me to Jet up two and three times o a night I am all right now Long may Doans Pills prosper Yours truly A C SIrE Severe and long standing cases should take advantage of free Medical Advice OJUXD PIDlI Mica Feb 17 1903 I received the trial package of Deans Kidney Pills promptly and can truly say they sn all and even more than recommended I suffered continually with a severe pain U the back which the pills entirely over came and I am able to work which would not UTe been possible but for Doans Kidaey Pills MRS J A SCHLAMB 963 BucbaCM St Grand Rapids Midi shot lar Ce I Aching backs eased Hip back and loin pains overccce Swelling of ibis limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct with brick dust sedl1 high colored pain in passing drib bllng frequency Dosaa I gravelRelieveI dizziness I ntCCSCALXD PUNIC APPROVAL i infKnev r charreIbolt Doan KldnlY lDra FeetaBc Cutotiteon ondUtMttnan4fltosirr4tUbini Civ Beffal N M hc1 dYtC8 Frer8tdct1yGofi4sa SPRING1 t r J PURIFICATION f I of the Skin and Blood 1 Should Begin NOW BL00M0Lh11Skin Humours Scalp Humours Baby of Humour from Pimples to i Scrofula with Premature Loss of Hair may now be speedily permanently and economically cured by Cuticura Resohent greatest of Blood and Skia Purifiers assisted by the external use of Cuticura SoapThousands best people have found instant relief and speedy cure by the of Cuticura Resolvent Ointment and Soap in the most torturing and disfiguring of ITCHING BURNING and SCALY HUMOURS ECZEMAS RASHES ITCH INGSand INFLAMMATIONS Thousands eff Tired Fretted Mothers of SkinTortured and Disfiguredllabies of all ages and conditions have certified to almost miraculous cures by the Cuticura Remedies when the best medical skill has failed to relieve much less cure Cuticura Treatment is local and constitutionalcomplete and perfect pure sweet and wholesome Bathe the affected surfaces 1 with Cuticura and Hot Vater to cleanse the skin of Crusts and Scales and Soften the Thickened Cuticle dry without hard rubbing andapplyCuticura Ointment freely to allay Itching Irritation and Inflammation and Soothe and Heal and lastly take Cuticura Resolvent to Cool and Cleanse the Blood and put every function m a state of healthy activity To those who have suffered long and hopelessly from Humours eff the Blood Skin and and who have lost faith in doctors medicines and all things human Cuticura Remedies appeal with a force hardly to be realized Every hope every expectation awakened them has been more than fulfilled More great cures of Simple Scrofulous and Hereditary Humours daily made by them than bv all other Blood and SkIn Remedies combined a single set being hen sufficient to cute the most distressing cases when all else fails r eOTIOUKA RIKDI s i 14llIrollCb1 the HtllUfJ wrld PKICBS Cntlcnra Rwol veer SOc yr twltUI III Ibe form ut CbwvUt cM Ill 2V per I 80 CvUrwft OlitHtat nut per toi sat Cntlim 2So lr nb Snt for tfc IIta- rw r Mmmnn St ISi Itont Mil sail hatpl md hLw to Cure 64 Page 300 Dt P MM sitS TMIln alil ant IUr itl M IU itt ltamijuagn iiietndtng Japan 54 Brttltk lJ tot 27M Cbrmrbiaie 8q LoDilMi K e Depot 8 Rn a 44 U Pals reels Anir lU tieput O Sydney POTTIWl ciRca AND CHBM ICAL COBTOEATION Sate Irerttrs B lun C S li i icwciare cartridge madein and the shellsII best equipped factory in the worldI ef U M C make is now accepted by shooters as the worlds standard for it shoots well in any gun Teur Italer sells it Tk VI m Mt11I CartrUrf Bridgeport CoaL J cc sr NI1 Ifa buL- lNstaedNNIbubINbuIm vJIHI I PAY SPOT4A R- LWkIS AllAN TS lIDTV UD1 4viiIaWtIra M5l- f1 Yfft are urine dent bed wetting i headache nervousness j WITH e rj trtaJ Name State Y i use Soap Scalp by are tstiat 5 vaP Thro ilMlnitM UbtM Kreaeh n Tosnt a- un J I Via Daboqu Waterlooand Albert Ua I Past Veitibula Nifbt train with thronjh Sleeping Car BuffetLibrary Car and Fran JUelinlog Chair Car Dialog Car Servlcs ea route Ticket oa tnUot I CRR and connecting hiss t fitHAXON 0 P A OMldAOOI fiiaNLa tTa- weru WITIX T NVTIINSI t p5sn MM 1sa 7M saw lbs dsNer4V t aeca I tkte papers rT- z11IJ A t r 11 3fDuml1i Disfigured Skin Wasted muscles and decaying bones What havoc 1 Scrofula let alone Is capable ot all that and more It Is commonly marked by bunches In the neck Inflammations in the eyes dys pepsia catarrh and general debility It Is always radically1 and permanently cured b- yHoods SarsaparillaWhich expels all humors cures all eruptions and builds up the whole system whetherytxmg or old TiSSd Fills rure Uyer ills the lIoalrrttaUoar aad- 0DIy cathartic to take iE11s spanlJ HAZEL GREEN KY t THURSDAY April 28 1003 Leroy Boggs spent several days at Caney last week I Edward Watson loft for his home at Cannel City Friday Bro Robert Hopkins preached at the Christian church on Sunday morning HEALTH is fully restored by the and tonic Hoods Sarsaparilla and you remember the old sayinjr health IS WEALTH Roe Nickoll made a flying trip to Breathitt county the first oft the week t S M Tyler has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a gallon of nice kraut J NOTICE All claims against the I estate of Mrs Rosaline Linden deceased must be properly proven and presented to me on or before v July 1 1003 or they will be barred J CESAK LINDEN Administrator Mrs Rebecca Ritchie who has been ill so long with rheumatism c leaves today for her home at May town Our Campton department is not this week represented and Editor Sewell mnst be sick or away from home CASTORIAorI TN KM YH Hart Always BIll t Bears the kSignature of Edward Oney has accepted a position with S S Combs Sons Campton and has entered upon the discharge of his duties Please come in and pay your subscription Wo want to give you a better paper but we cannot do so until delinquents pay up For liver troubles and constipation t I Theres nothing better in creation tThao Little Early Risers the famous little pillsA ie They always effect a cure and save doctor bills Little Early Risers are different from all other pills They do not weaken the system but act as a tonic to the tissues by arousing the secretions and restoring the liver to the full performance of its functions naturally 4 Mr Wine of Cloverport Ky is here trying to organize a lodge of the order of Maccabees and the 1 outlook is apparently favorable Die hobo Is Served I Due notice is hereby served on the public generally that DeWitta Witch Hazel tsalve is the only salve on the mar r ket that is made from the pure unadulterated 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 the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve are never disappointed be cause iit cures I James Cecil who has been laid up for some time is still confined to his bed the soreness in his limbs being so acute that he can not sit or stand up bo YetYttteIaYMtIiOUah0iU- Or I g4 Indian Territories t If you cannot r go in person our company will do this L fpryoH Here is a chance for small in YMton Rich farminglands in Indian Territory leased for five vearaatl per eN with purchasing privileges Take t aJew shares in our company at 10 each and see them double in the next fewp months For particulars write K X I ICyOfficeraJuliua C F Onev Secy L Robinson tress t Miss Mabel Thompson of Jack sou was the guest of Mrs Rilda 1 Day from Saturday until Monday Mifla Thompson was delighted at beingwith old associates ouce more andpromises to visit Hazel Green again during commencement week 1 Sweet Breath Is a never failing sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach la out of order There is no remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dye z pepi Cure for curing indigestion dye pf eift aad all stomach disorders J1fs Mary a Crick of Witt PiaInsX f3 i i h writs 1 have been a dyspeptic or Iyartr4ed all rli4aot reaedie J t eeeiUaoed to grow jjwwe B1MofJCoGol I ttPa Io1jrove ataado- f rtie Msis aJIll ieii itetateYer I like x = i 3MLaa4ee1N eee f ojt k 21 vlwt Btk Tkafi KDiiuiiL What I KnowAbout Horseback Riding or the ExquisiteEx- hilarttionofEqtiestraiu Exercise is the title ofa newbook bySam Wilson the painterpoet and iin it he gives his personal experience emphasized with illustrations by the author One of those portrays the painter in the gymnastic feat of standing on his head in a mud hole which is described as dis mounting without effort Butthe book is so full of thrilling adven ture with tho horse that one must see it and read it to appreciate it The Rough Riders of which President Roosevelt was colonel havo applied for nearly all of the first edition which they will use as a textbook in cavalry drill but the publishers will try tQ meet the popular demand notwithstand ing When a kindergarten scholar at Bank and Broadway Baltimore Mr Wilson wrote a composition like thisWiIle horse is a animal what stands on Jour posts and has a place for a man to put hay and corn j also a tail to shoo flies wtth when they bother He could have made a bigger book on What I Dont Know About the Horse but it wouldnt have been so interesting Whoa mmaJU A TfcwaMiil Htf C M M Austin of Winchesterlnd knew what to do in the hour of need His wife bad such an uuusal case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could nut help her He thought of and tried Dr Kings New Life Pills andshe got relief at once and was finally cured Only 5c at J T Days Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton drugstores Howard Little of Gillmore was stricken with paralysis on Sunday and hits since been without the use of himself below the waist line Drs Center and Whittaker were both with him last night Mrs Lure S Webb IThPt Ws Be ermttc Clataol Hortbern Ohio 1 dreaded the chance ol life which was lit approacNa I noticed Wtaa 01 Cardatasd decided to try a hot tie I experieaccd some relief the lint raonth so I kept on UlMj it for three month and sow I mcattauU with no ptln and I shall take It off sad on now sattH i have puseel the climax Female weakness disordered mensea falling of the womb and ovarian troubles do not wear off Theyfollow a woman to thechange of life Do not wait but take Wine of Cardui now and avoid the trouble Wine of Cardui never fails to benefit a suffering woman ol any age Wine of Cardui relieved Hn Webb when she Was in dan cometothechangeof mean more to you than it does now ButIou may now avoid the suffering she endured Druggists sell t1 bottles of Wine of Car- duiINE0FCARDVI Interesting Lectures The visit of Robert M Hopkins Sundayschool evapgelist of Ken tucky was greatly enjoyed by all irrespective of age or church affiliation On Saturday night the Christian church was packed with an eager throng who drank in the splendid lecture delivered by Bro Hopkins Owing to the rain there was not as large a crowd Sunday night but nevertheless a substan tial offering was taken for the Sundayschoolwork in Kentucky A Sure Tklaf It is said nothing is sure but death and taxes but that is not altogether true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion is a sure cure for all lungand throat troubles Thousands can testify to that ShepherdiownvBronchitis and for a year tried every thing I heard of but got no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me absolutely Its infallible for Croup Whooping Cough Grip Pneu monia and Consumption Try it Its guaranteed by J T Day Hazel Green and H S Combs Sons Campton drag gists Trial botlea free Regularshea 50 cents and 100 Protracted meeting began at the Christian church Tuesday night aJSistediinconduct the services s There lyll bejwa jhBg every lay aJ BOyin theaftorn nnnda7Jabi5EolinesetiTB11bly fpirWi will be dic ise4W Dejbick1- Monday and IJBajMbtjb Acordial welcome awaits alliwhowiU come 0 Di iHf ni 1 tdo J0 j T y Tl attention of our odrdirected td the advertisement of a KWjStore atDayaboro whichI will be found on the front our paper We have always said that the merchant who advertises andIthing is plain to all thinking pee ple viz By advertising they get a larger custom and can afford toI sell to the many cheaper than theI other fellow can to the few If you will trade with C Morris Co you will bo convinced and be sides you know a new broom sweeps clean All Were Baffled Word comes from Wake Ark that Rev John J Cox had a atrange malady acconiranied by yellow jaundice For 12 years physicians were baffled and tbou everything known to the profession was used the trouble remained One day he began to use Electric Bitters and In a week a change for the better ClIme and at length he was entirely cured Its the must reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney troubles Only 50 cents and gmaranteed by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton druggists Frank Appleton an old school mate of the editor of this paper is at Uncle Harry Swangos drink ing the water and recuperating his wasted energies and he tells us that Tuesday was the first time in 20 years that he has been able to see without the use ofspectacles and he attributes this remarkable improvement of his sight to drink ing Swango water for a little over two days Mr Appleton will be here two weeks or more and this feature of his case will be watched with much interest Good For Cklliru The pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives immediate relief in all cases of Cough Croup and La Grippe because it does not pass immediately into the stomach but takes effect right at the seat of trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute more lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to the blood and tissuesToday is the anniversary of tire birth of the editor and for the convenience of those friends who i occai tit dark today And lest some be disappointed will keep open all day Friday and Saturday But we admonish you come early and avoid the rush WANTED A TRUSTWORTHY GEN managebusietissolid financial standing A straight bona fide weekly cash salary of 1800 paid by check each Wednesday with all expenses I 1Iooeyadvancedforing Chicago 3442 Bert Daniel former United States marshal under President- I Harrisons administration but now I largeshoecomIpany from Saturday until Tuesday and while here booked two large orders fpr the shoes that look well and wear well To Care a Cold la Ole Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails I to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25cI The stone springhouse being erected by John Davis over the I Swango spring will be a thing of I beauty when completed Evidently I Mr Rittcnhouse intends to leave a monument of his progressive and enterprising spirit Dr Nickell reports the birthof a boy baby to the wife of Colum bus Gillaspie near town on Wed nesday the 22nd and says it is a radical Men ol Oak Timbers of oak keep the old homesteadstanding through the years It pays to use the rightstuff II Men of oak are men in rugged health men whose bodies are made of the sound est materials Childhood is the time to lay the foundation for asturdy con stitution that will last for years ttsEmulsipn1Js theright tuff 1 SttsEnulsipn stimulates the growing powers of children elpstthem builda firm foundation fpra sturdy consti- tUtion k rfr sambt th SitfHI edlrlsta- 50ea4JVOz adiako q i F t L i ENiE- RSKIDNY Backache rIIYLJUREprepay Domt bcoeis 441c011rU1 ThIT J Sears foryon If neassry writS Dr Fenner- 1le has spent a lIrt time curlugtiSt such cae layouts AlICOnSUltti0n1 ye ilght months 4 bed heavy backache- psi also thenand soreness kidneThacjuss jaliCd Pr Fen Othernat1aW aodackaChO Cure cured me- coidpleteil ner Kidney iL ATEES Ilantiet N Y- DrUggt1tLSOc Si Ask for000k DookftSI Cure Circular Dr iyiUnnESure FredonlaNY MASTOW MISSIVES 0Mr and Mrs B M Mauuin who have been in Louisville for several months returned homo last week Estill Clark and Lenix Swango were in our midst Friday and Sat urday Millard Richie is now a mer chant in our town He occupies the storeroom recently vacated by W W Swango Mr It Hale and daughter Miss Edna of Pokin were tho guests of Mrs L Pieratt Saturday and Sun day Claud Taylor passed through our little village Friday en route to FrenchburgMiss Nickell of near Ezel is visiting relatives at this placeIMrs Williams and son Reed of Valeria gave our town a call Friday evening onI Married April 10th Hidgo In gram and Miss Eliza Kasli W W Swango has sold his town property and removed to his farm near Valeria Miss Judy Cox is visiting rela tives and friends in our town this weekMiss Stella Manker pleasantly entertained a number of young folks Saturday evening among them being Misses Nanny Day Minnie Nickell Jennie Pieratt Elma Wilson Maggie Childers Malta Eaton and Messrs Leslie J Beal and Willie Childers Protractedmeeting is now in progress at this place conducted by Revs Cameron and Beal Sherman and Jobn Gosney of Spradling were in town Sunday B Stephens is now a resident of I our town He occupies the house vacated by Dr Lykins April 20 LUNETTE dipintobefore you buy it Lion joffeeI comes in sealed air tight packages no chance for handling or dirt or things to get in- Clees FraU sad Fraffnal S1000Q TO IE DISTRIBUTED The St Loals Republic Otters Fourteen Splendid Rewards to Subscribers An interesting announcement appears in that great metropolitan newspaper The St Louis Republic in the form or a proSt sharing oner to any one now a subscriber or willing to become a subscriber of The Republic A big sum of 10 00000 Is to be raId la rewards for good judgement and skill It iis possible to earn all the way from 1000 np to 500000 The Republic subscribers are invited to estimate upon the number of admissions to the World a Fair grounds upon the occa ion of the grand dedicatory ceremonies April 30 1903 of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition The subscriber whose estimate comes nearest the official record willre ceire 15000 the next one will get 2500 and an additional sum of 2500 will be die vided in rewards ranging from 1000 down to 1000 among those whose estimates most nearlr approximate the official record ol admissions A payment of 780 will provide SuodarRepoblicwill pay for six annual subscriptions to tbe- TtriceaWeek Republic and it the remittance is recelvedon or before 4 1 1in of April 29 1903 the person sending It can maybeyond one yearror by organizing clubs and inducing others to subscribe Complete information u to the condition of this contest together with blanks will be found in the DaIly Sunday and Twice a week editions orThe Republic from April 2 until April 29 lP03 or will be mailed to any one upon application All communi rations and estimates should be addressed to THE REPUBLIC PROFITSHARING BUREAU CALL BOX 231 ST LOUIS MO It ehaaec far a BlTorc- He I UBdentaBd young Slmldns kfifl his willare not living happily together She What sterns to tobttbetrcrabl Incompatibility of teBBpw Which la at faM1 Both Be igndshtw the J opal fcOHy a4 she sBffH tbe taaer V ChtMfp DUjJC vr M i sitsiItlVoferrnueisIA very crtimable woman of Milwaukee Is an earnest member of a local German cLass but her method of pronouncing some of the word at least in one spec tic instance aroused the mirth of her companions At a recent meeting of the class cne of the questions in the days eXercise was Are you not glad that you are able to learn Ger maDThis query was in the foreign language and the answer was Ja gewis mean lug Yes certainly- It so happened that this particular woman was called up to read the question and answer She got through the quesrtion all right but convulsed the class by reading the answer this way Ya gee whiz Milwaukee Sentinel Iteflrctlona of a nncheler Philosophy iis an affectation of submission to what one cant help It take two people to make a quarrel and three to wake a divorce Youth draws pictures of the future ma turity work in the present age tlrw of tie jpat The more dollars some people put into their rlotlie the Ices tense they put into their heads Whether a man appears distinguished looking to a woman depends either on whether be wears eyeglasses or the way he bruite IU LairN Y Press Somewhat Different Hix Windig evidently is not a man who bides his light under n buahcl Dix You bet he iint On the contrary he considers himself the whole electric power house end imagines the town would be in total darkness if he happened to break down Chicago Daily Xew What It Was worryingoverMnrjorie Yes she sat on the beach all day yesterday and doeimt know yet whether she will tan or blisterX Y Sun W L CEVEDON KUlRKSKNT- lNUGUGGENHEIHER COlnc Leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNCHBURG VA HTHeadquarters West Liberty Ky- I will be on the road immediately with full lino of sample Dry Goods Notions White Goods Pants Overalls and Mens Furnishings and request the trade to inspect my line before placing their orders 46lyj wHw H 00 +a aNG JSCS+ file Grass jiumies jFruit anti Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Small Fruits As 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