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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a aMNro900000001M- g riSUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in advance o 100 I Six months iu advance55T-hree Imonths in advance 30 Single copy cash in hand 05 IinliratesI I 0 registered letter or bank draft Ieeeaeeeeeeeeoeeaoe uoo 0 0000 THEi HAZEL GREEN HERALDO g Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell = o EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 30 1903 NUMBER 39 SPKNCKR o EdttorThe Oldest Most MostOwner and Popular y tdanyce I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I Bears the I lthI Signature II of i IUse Ii I I For Over I Thirty Year- sCATQR1A i wise man froe East Brought Valuablo Gifts to Ex press their Devotion Wise MQII of Today Regard +LIFE INSURANCE IX Tim Slate mutual Life Assurance Coof Mass As one of the Most Valuable lifts I they can Bestow on Their Families fiQTBc a Wi e Man Today and Make Application for Policy to c 8 ROSSp McCAUtfEY KY 4 Special Agent for East Kentucky 0 WM COLGAN GRNKKAI A nsTj 401402 Mutual Life HuildiiiK LOUISVILLE KY J R gHILLIPS9LEE CITY KENTUCKY Practical Barber Hair Dresser Everything uptodate Public patronaze solicited and satisfaction guaranteed FARMS FOR SALE OR RENT r Business locations secured in growing towns in rr Oklahoma and Indian Territories Town and City Y property remarkably cheap The Great Southern Pr 0 and Frisco Rail Road Systems give the most direct rr 4 0 route anti the best facilities for reaching Oklahoma and v Indian TerritoryrrI Special Rates First and Third Tuesdays in April rr 4 ADDRESS Kentucky Oklahoma I t Te Land and Townsite Go e I Qo rrP9 KYIkfA few remaining shares of stock for sale at 10 per sharo 4 A large dividend is assured 0 4a3ULIUS EDWIN WRI r oak a J C P Pr Secretary jL 10BIN ONr Treasirer o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 + 0 t 4044 + 9 C 0 C a We have just received 20000 Ifotehead 10000 Envelope 10000 Letterheads cand- w print th9I t 9tCr at a 41 1e briea for Ti L t+1 i n THE HERALD n SPENCER COOPER Editor DEMOCRATIC TICKET Ior Ilritri+ iitiitlre Jlnt IHntrlrt JUDGE H F PIERATT j HENDRICKS WITHDRAWS And Will Be Reimbursed by Gov Beckhams FriendsII 20iJohnconference hero between his and Governor Bockhams friends an nounced his withdrawal from the race for the Democratic nomination for Governor It is understood that the Beck ham forces are to reimburse Col incurIrndcandiIdatesa full slate and that tho primary I will bo called olT The slate as reported is as follows Governor J W C Bockham- LieuienantGovernor Abe Hon ickAuditorS W Hager Secretary of StateII V Mc ChesneyTremmrerGus Richardson Superintendent of Public In structionJ H Fuqua Col Hendricks letter of with drawn is as follows I am no longer candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor After consultation with a largo number of my friends in the city of Louisville and after long and mature deliberation it was decided that I could not win as the time allotted for canvass ing the State was too short to meet even a reasonable per cent of the Democratic voters Up to this time I have been enabled to canvass less than forty counties of the one hundred and nineteen andon the evo of the primary I realize that it is impossible to confer with or present my candidacy to even onethird of the members of my partyOn account of the friends who have so generally supported me I regret exceedingly the necessity which impels mo to take this step But I do not desire to continue a hopeless contest or to do anything that will further embitter the already strained conditions of the Democracy of the State I have been devoted to the in terests of my party since I attain ed my majority and I am willing now to sacrifice my personal am bition for harmony in the party that I believe stands as the repre sentative of the plain people of our great country To those that have so generously proffered me their support I desire to return my most grateful acknowledgment and I beg to assure those who have questioned my Democracy that I stand ready now to follow my partys Hag to the last ditch Signed Joiix K HKXDUICK Every Movement Hurts When you have rheumatism Muscles are still and sore and joints are painful Hoods Sarsaparilla cues right to the spot in this ills ease neutralizes the acidity of the blood and radically cures Accept no substitute STILLWATER SPARKLES 0Willie Taylor went to Campton Saturday on business Quito a large crowd attended church at Landsaw Sunday Joe and Sowell Rose paid Mor gall county a visit last week Stephen King is on the sick list and is supposed to have fever Mrs Sarah Dunn has been on the sick list several days but is some better A cow of RMCecils got choked on a potato last Sunday and died a few days later Robert Rose and wife were visit ing Mr and Mrs Logan Miller Saturday and Sunday John Chappell has moved from the Landsaw fork of Stillwater to Sam Cecils farm near R M CecilsJ Swango has moved from Hazel Green to his farm on Still water We gladly welcome them back in our midst Ye scribe and Sewall Rose took in the meeting at Landsaw Sun day and took dinner with W H Taylor and family Married at the residence of the brides mother Mr Johnnie Moore to Miss Callie Taylor Squire J M Taylor officiating Here is wish ing them a long and happy life 00 Cardw ll who has been at tending the bedside pf his sick son Isaac in Kansas for several days returned Friday wiUr the good news that Iwuc was improv tttbtstowlprtAPll i ki Q1 t Il Ayer Malaria and Ague Cure quickly destroys malarial germs Gives prompt relief in all forms of malaria Sure preventive for those living in malarial districts aPrtDaDcti IGG PTOlGOU IE8 DKXJ SEWKJI Editor VOL I No 21 Sum Fireetoiu returned last week from New York City- o o o The wife of Judgo Redwine is parentsheroo o o J C Hurst has been a very sick man ever since last Saturday un able to attend court 0- D 0 Winnie the little daughter of Dr H II Stamper nnd wife is very low with measleso D 0 Dr W G Lockhart of West toothoxtractlngbusiness S P Kash the hustling mer chant of Neola is attending Circuit Court here this week o o 0 This circuit court furnished Jailer Little with two prisoners who were fined for trivial offenses o o O BigStonothis place is visiting relatives and friends in and around Campton- o o o- Ed Onny of Hazel Green now holding down a clerkship in the mammoth mercantile establishment of S S Combs eC Sons at this place- S 0 D 0 G Drushol cashier of the Farmers and Traders Bank is going to give THE HKKALD an ad it1AI J P Vansant and familyon Monday moved from lore to near Ashlandl KJwhere Mr Vansant will engage in the coal business and incidentally in politics- o o 0 A R Marshall of Lexington representing John II Morgan Coin the oil business is registered at the Combs House This company soon intends to commence drilling in this county 0 O A A P Byrd formerly a politician of the wrongside order but now the wanttobe oil king of Kentucky went to Lexington on Monday to purchase drilling machin cry for the Wolfo County Oil and Gas Company s The residence of S S Spradliug caught fire on Tuesday morning The courthouse bell was rung to give the alarm and the people has tened to the scene of the fire and soon extinguished it before any material damage was done o James Ilollon of this place has received the appointment for this Congressional district to the Naval Academy at Annapolis Md Ho went to Ironton Ohio this week to take the civil service ex amination for the position- o o o Measles is raging in our city The wise Solomons have predicted Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble 1 Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and Ilessens ambition beauty vigor by by mail and cbeerfulneSSs on when the kidneys are out order or diseased Kidney trouble his i foNa child be born afflicted with weak kidneys If the child urin ates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment these Important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwapRoot Is soon realized It is sold druggIsts in fifty I do1lr1sizesample bottle disappear of prevalentito of free also pamphlet tell of iraptIooC ing all about It including many of the thousands of testimonial tatters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Coi Binghamton NY be eves and uthiat paper Dont eriilWakeJHiC lemebe- tuaai 8WtdllpJteMDrKUwerJIkp taiielthea cI 1M X y afy 11it1 s l 7 i f CamptonThethe measles have scourged our town the past six months What will be next Oh yes the oil fever o o 0 Circuit Court convened here on JudgeDavidbench The Judges charge to the Grand Jury was rancorous clean shaven cutting and to the point and delivered with the usual em phasis of a Breathitt county citi zenwithout a fortyfouro o o The Republicans Wolfocouuty are again reminded that hero next Saturday is the place for them to meet in county convention for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the district convention at Paris on the Oth of May to nomi inatc a candidate for Railroad Commissioner Please be on hand- o o 0 Judge Robert Riddle of Irvine who will be the next Democratic candidate for Circuit Judge of this district in spite of all the rodwine that can be swallowed is mixing and mingling with his legions of Democratic friends here chargeJudgeor you will take it out in wine- o o 0 S S Combs one of our progres sive merchants went to Louisville and other points last week to pur chase a new line of goods Now Cousin is the time to establish your fame for appreciation of homo enterprise by giving TimE HKKAID a cleancut paidinad vance advertisement Open up your pocketbookand show the boundless generosity of your heartD o o The oil well being drilled hy T M Beckett on the G W Halsey farm for the Wolfe County Oil and Gas Company came in on Monday with a good How of oil Up to this writing this well is not com pleted and no idea is obtainable as to its probable yield The indications look very encouraging and when the well is completed it is thought will bo a fine producer The oil is said to be of a tine qual ity If so this city is on the bor der of a boom Some of our citi zens anyway are assuming oppu leut airs Drilling will proceed in earnest New companies are being formed There is a rustle a bustle and a hustle Cling clang boom bang Pop went the weazell- o 0 o Following is a list of the Grand Jury at this term of Circuit Cout John B Kash foreman Nelson Nickell James Neff Price Taul bee Hescal Sally Robert Hatton John McPhearson Miles Tolson Frances Drake Joel Cox Miles Fallen Bruco Stamper Regular Jury No 1 Erastus Brooks A J Brewer Lit Brewer Miles Hollow Henry Stamper Jonas Campbell Taylor Johnson Dock Miller Wm Perkins Frank Murphy John Wiliiams and Gard ner Van clove No 2Wui Blank enship David Athy Jerry Profitt W R Pelfrey IL Honaker Jack Alexander M E OHair Parris Rose 0 W McNabb Granville Bailey Wilson Hollon and John Sparks Visiting attorneys Wallace McGuire Fidley Fogg and George THllrstlofJudge Robert Riddell of Irvine- o o 0 The smart set of the Wolfe County Democratic party occas ionally called the Democratic Committeemen in obedience to previously wireset orders neces sitated by the moving off of J F Vanaant their chairman chieftain hitherto mot hero Monday and calaboosed themselves behind bolted doors at the courthouse for the purpose of electing a chairman After mouthing and quarreling in Simonpure Democratic fashion said committeemen agreed to dis agree as usual and thereby failed to elect any one as chairman and took the matter under advisement All in all it was a boisterous af fair Court was forced to adjourn and bow most reverently to the little gods of Democracy So far as is known no comequick forty fours Were used as an act of seri oneness in the ncrbirdflockto gether confab After freely consulting redwine as is thought the pluckey onegallused boy Thrasher Combe act d as legalad tefldllIQf urdafortilrti II D 1 1 2 IAnnuuncemeOtlStateaDdDlstriCU ono Wn l THIS SPACEr BELONGS TO t H1Fa NERATTOIDEALERS r DBnDIal mOIOnanais8 j IHAZEL larger GREENistock I than other firm this section Give thema trial save money JEW STORE at D YSBO O IIWE ARE NOW OPENING STOCK OP 1C mons ana Bogs GIotniDu DIll f FUIQisninu OagS Shoes Hats c and will be ready within a weeks time to show you as fine and wellselected an assortment of goods as you will find in a antiRELIABLEPER SHOE but such payforLE STRICTLY ONE PRICE ONLY TO RICH AND POOR ALIKE Having bought our stock spot cash and bought them as low as good goods could be obtained in the best markets of our countrY and as our store expenses are WE CAN AFFORD AND WILL JtoodsinMoreNewsCILykinsAllie Landrum but the records of these thoroughbred ravesnorters bears the significant words Failed to electand there is bad fruit on the sour appletree of Democracy in Wolfe county Just when this committee will Uget together we do not know and just when nobody cares Its a farce its a flicker its a fake and its doings are stunners to those who do not know how the committee act when they meet LATER The aforesaid commit tee met at 9 a m Tuesday pursu ant to adjournment Harmony failed to prevail A thunderstorm swept over the committee the most deliberative body on earth or in as for that matter Nightmares and darkhorses were galore in the dreams of the com mittee and a red crawfish of in ducement was gouging at their sleepylooking eyes bloodred with desperation and political disrup tion and corruption earth quake shook that committee pletely out of its senses Fire and brimstone belched forth jugs sky high in the imagination of the barred outsiders Thunder and lightning broke the proceedings in twain The dinner bells rang out upon the air and no chairman was elected They tiedand into a knot Away scattered the wood chunks farther apart than ever Amen I 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 dollar saved is a dollar made to you know John Evans has recently im proved his residence by the addi tion of a handsome veranda in front which is the handiwork of Henry H Nickell near Daysboro and as handsome as anything got up in the cities though the cost is less than half Now that their residence has been newly painted and improved Mr and Mrs Evans have as handsome a homes as can be found in this section BM X tiM Is Served Due splice iis hereby served on the public generally that DeWitta Witch HURl tialTO h sake os the mar hUkaty made from the pare Bsadal tented Bitch eL DeWitt Wltc Hud Saint cared UKHMwfaef tbatsaldeetyMidteaeyetbeerata Irtld N eeMeddils =wbe thBaeiille JVlttWre Hard raaeaetat visit r Y rlIII 011111 III 111111111 si ADVMHIBDCB 1 Column 1 t I A 14 IInch1year Inches II 1 year year year 11D1II I a and sell any and A Gooas for small now An com uA ten 1 btt CMM year cu Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect October 1Ci 1SC2 EAST BOUND Daily Suuday No2 ex 111 STATIONSI 1111 8nilday ro4 PM Lye 2 25 pm 0 Lexington 3 3 10 pm 20 Winchester IIAYLye356 pm 40 Clay City 4 03 pin 44 Stanton 4 35 fL4 am f4 49 08 ama5 n pmI5711Nat Brlde115719 29 am C II 28 cm 6 15 30 amt WEST BOUND STATIONS Deny No3 ez NO1j11 112 I Sunday nr A 10 925 10 ArrII I IPJIArr8 8 28 37 10 1TorreDt 1 a s 8 01 am 67 4 01 pa 7 47 am 62 3 47 p 726 am 15711SlantoD 70 3 26 pea 6 29 am 90 2 30 pm 625 am 94 2 25 pa 0 ftJLBRAXCI EAST BOUND No33 IB No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS SDally ex Sunday iJuday 3 30 0 Jackson 20 H L6n335 6 OAK Junction 26 417 11 Wnbnntn 1152 4 30 13 Hampton 13 11 68 a 5 10 20 Lee City 20 12 22 5 18 22Heleebawa22 1228 5 45 27 Cannel City 27 12 45 P11 AU PUAU r WEST BOUND No 34 S I I No22 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily tx Sunday r Sunday 9 15 9JactJoD 2 35 010 6 OiK Junction 6 230 8 28 11 Wilbont 11 158 8 15 13 Hampton 13 152F7 35 20 LIe City 20 1 28 7 26 22 Helerbawa 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel Clty27 1 OS IAMLL P KL Noa 3 and 4 make close conBtetkw leer Cannel City and pointa on Ohio tad Yea tnckyJlaUiray Diriiionj daily except Saa day Not 1 sod 2 connect at L iE JnsciUm with Chesapeake and Ohio loT Jit Stwliag pointNo connect at BctttyrBU Jaet- ioa with LA for Beattyrilile dally ex 4 cept 8aday JB BLAB Oee1 UwnrxJ 4- dnA88co1rueParAat WAHTKDA TXU8TWOKTXT OMfi eadeeeMcfbuMm s ieW Nash A r aklv ik ealry eirWdnkdayri a S THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN t t t i I KY =THE RIVER SPIRIT Tho mighty river spirit denlhrhot l him Uut he only held Ills breath when the nlr blew soft around him daAnd low whispered While the robin rlped his lay c FlllritAwoke ftrlnl1IemllrmurotCntllnjr oVr hank mid ntcnifoxv All doy in tho rohltn MIH00 nmitl u be rne fettersrl I will tw tree Acnln shall white sills etrry My love to the O1I11ellid sea And lot the echoing chorus Shook like n hurricane t This earth and the rounding waters J From the tilt to the inochlng main Ylien the mighty river spirit r Vent forth In his imwcr lid itrhipI To the brlJat of bright glad valvnt weatiuwid tneetlngriWhen lee was a drrnni of winter And the utrrams and tlw ceo wIre one Julia Slay Williamson In Bo loll Dud get 4 A i More Waysiif c i Than One 1 tiUTJ5riIiV I was young YV When were you nutV IIP in tcrruntcd in a vokc of oxagrrntvd surprise iVhcn I Iiia yonngir thru slit laughed 1 if that is any hotter I think it is muchWell then when I was younger il llefore I knew you Kong before In fact s lien I was quite a child A very nice small chill Im jitirc t 1i murmured with n sighi 2 That shows it was before you hneTme she laughed lin 1 was 7 thvery worst small child you ruiild possibly imagine t I cant possibly imagiit that If 1 had IKCII It hit t he angel III1It rhauk you Rut Im afniiil tint IJttle angels hmt stop on earth Their glamcs met her eyes caught hauihiethcSWhat were we trying hi was Haying lie reminded her that we arranged hut tveek that I fehonld come and escort ymi anti your inpther to the liityalI aeademy this afternoon mill now lun I Itnll1 I lrJtJties qt the ar otlue In look after theinseltcs your inollicr is lying down with an attack of nriinilgrH nnd has asked you to postpune guuluug till tomorrow oil yes And then you said the was perverse provoking capricious anti all sorts of things tutu I said I hclieed site was anti I took aftert her And I iaid you were mistaken in that So I was going to tell you an an 1vntSriot mistaken only you kept inter rupting me- Please let me have the rest if tle anecdote and Ill try not III inter rupt lI ain1l try hunt lie was young what was more lie was decidedly goodlooking hunt was more still his IIIIIIIIMIH wero cn f gging anti persuasive anil his dry gently ironical tricks of speech gate- S tile airy nothingx a pleasant piiun cy all of which innst have jirepo sessed her in his favor wen had no S subtler sentiment inclined her toward4 himWell when I was a small child1 she yielded to his entreaty hiI was dreadfully willful and lush the most shocking temper You must have lost it before I met you And I remember one day I was OUt with my nurse ant being in one of my wickedest motile 1 insisted on tiding everything she told me not to do For instance 1 would keep rut ning races with CIiarltydear old Charley 0h why wasnt I Charley55 He was only a dug Ah but you didnt treat him like 5c one s You promised not to I apologize Not another word 5 0I kept running races with Charley 5 and nurse kept telling me not to title sail Iwas overheating myself u nnd should catch cold nut that rae t lag in the middle of the road 1 should larun over and lulled lit 1 took not s notice The more slit warned IIIII 5rtinul ordered me to walk tiietly with t hun the more disobedient J1 wan tutu JU list all of a sudden lic maimgfd S tm to catch hold of me and slappd me angrilv XOIICI 1 Slapped me so hard that I cried s This is heartrending- lie leaned lack in his chair and re g guided tier with pensive sympathy I wont tell yon any more shey said smiling if you are going to be silly about it Tell me the rest he implored and I will be wise It happened that our deter old vicar was coming up tim road near old chap he murmured nb scntly 0Why wasnt I tim vicar He saw nurse slap me and when he reached us he stopped nud spoke J ncl and patted me on the head- ant told roe not to cry Of cour I cried more than ever wouldrhlmfoney Iwni IlArt ij and fee llectured nurse quite sevrely ibQRj Ute slufnhiQss oit letting bon J 5 try l0l nisclc told Iiuhe to be Patient with me nd win 5 s feJSvc Jn tue Uy kind bi T Jlt Ju ule me feel t ul know It- S I P hcrjsclfrj sionate and everything that was con tradictory nnd unmanageable and there was onlone way of dealing with me anti that was by punishing me anil making me dns I was toll The denyuulut a lear didnt admit that 1 hope lie was angry with her He said there were snore ways than one in which J could be managed lie said I was highspirited and selfwilled and obstinate What a dear old friend 115 told her I was one of tlmsn who could not be driven lit I could tory rjjKilyi be led und till that was iHewwiry VVIIH a little tact I lithe IitI did the tin rsu gond Only for a few niiniits As 0011- UK wettturned H 11111uC the road anti atere out of his sighti she shook her Finger at me nnd said she didnt care for the vicar he was an old donkey till the iifxt time I disobeyed her she would make me rernemocr it What dill yon say to that Nothing lint 1 ran away with Charley at mice I kut w tuuii would I suppose I am naturally perverse It is alunvs IIIaullir anylxKly is itnxions that I should do anything I feel a natural Impulse not to do it till if anybody does nut want me to do it then somehow I dont want to do a ny Ilung else It was this feeling that imide me run ofT with Charley nlnuiM Infore the nurse haul tinlshed spinking IHidIhe pnnish you againI he ronldnt caUh me- II guessed as ninoh WhalllieI giied at her meaningly with a wry shake of the head tiiuIslut bliiKhcd nod laughed as understand lug him ought to know ht sighed Nun yon arc going to be silly piin No Ive gixen it up Ive been silly twill tint 1 am tryingi to be sensible now You Ii lid it ditlcult Its not so easy as being silly I Mippose it never iis for anyone HiltI 1 ii got ti lutrsevtrelae got to make the best of my miserable lot somehow ymi know So very unhappy is it At present yes lInt I daresay I shah get used to it When one has been living in the tropics and iis banished to the North Pole he feels at first like perishing in the doll biit in time lit becomes so thoroughly acciimiticd that if ever he were al Iowiil to return he would certainly die of a sunstroke And are yon thinking f going to tlu Xirth Pole He gaed ot tur reproaehfully I niu tiuvcI already ho uinid I hat ecu there for KOIIIC aauk anil am Inginning to get reconciled to tin climate I tm making up my mind to marry and settle down there and try to forget how happy I used to be btfore I was nil exile Y1 haw heard no doubt Heard what Thtse thins genemlly get altnI lust einitigh I made sort you uould have heard IVihape I have When you toil me whttt yon are referring io- I thought I had To my marriage I f ixiurse I SIte gate him a quickstart ltd look hilt still nothingI You hud heard XulIer speech antI manner had under gone a sudden curious constraint when she stoke her voice had such It fartiff alien sound she could siareely believe iit was her own Well now you have yon dont con gratulute me I do Of curse I do Thtnks I hal hoped That Iwouldnt Why shouldnt I1 congratiilat it you as much as allJIone lIt on your hiippines teen use I am not haul y Not Then uhy tire you Ior that very reason because 1 am not happy How can I be happy while I am always in suspense uulIhoping after the impossible If I definitely cut iuuysclfott trout that J happiness mill my lust hope of it I may be utile to settle down into some sort of resigned pea llCII hi l you sec I cant hope fur more than that now There was a time when I hoped but yon know what j Sic remained silent clasping and unclasping her hands on tier lap in a dreamy bewilderment i When I first told you that I loved you yettaall tree of gayety utah j indifference seemed to have fallen Irons him and left him pathetically ennobled l y an intense earnestness nut yon laughed at me and sent ateh awaytI iI did not langli at you SIte fired resentfully though the tiars she was keeping back were stinging her iyelidsmWhen you sent inn away he cult j tinned sorrowfully 1 thought my heart was broken I didnt want to live I felt that the whole worldwas empty without you Kor days and diiy r was unspeakablyl wretched ami then She lit her lip and kept hr eyes J turned from him angry with herself till being taken unawares auclunr I eiine by his unexpected news timiulh touched by the pathos of his coniestlion t Then I began to hope again ho i went on and by and by I fooled my self into fancying you had changed and one day 1 came to you as 1 had come leforetad you sent me 1ns you had sent me before If I taunt to you n train in the same way I h feel that in the same way you would only send me nanny again so what am 1 to do She did not answer him iI thought to myself i must die out of unyott life anti begin anew one When youre past hope thp wisest thing is to give up hoping then ouTtjiJJst despair Once I mightt have been Jappy now I shall have to be satisfied Jf I am not miserable I can never leave oft loving you Nettn but I shall not make myself a nui snncc to you You haveyou have never made i yourself a Her voice fluttered in her throat sad he Iscreetly let it die th nIsooner than it should falter mid die eiTtJJLbJat I r i 1 k t will ontat me no doubt but jY011 remember you always He toward her Kb was notI at him but an indefinable sumethinj in lien subdued expression I In her very attitude thrilled him through with an ecstatic cOnSCiOU- Sness and assurance that brought himi instantly to his feet with tremulous cryof Vettn She rose startled made a confusedI little iiimemMit as If she would have evaded him and escaped from his sight lbefore her selfrestraint was broken down altogether Hut Ithere WHS no escape for her He caught tier impulsively in his arms and drew her after a faint futile resistance close and closer to him Only tell me I have misunderstood I III1il pKtidod hiI have been too iiiiitient hXO it iis too late tilie faltered inshnmcd of her siranjje weakness and clasping her hand over her fat to hilt it from him sinep the could not free herself from his detaining em bra ee It isnt too late Xetta he in sisted drawing her bead down on his breast so that her face was hidden Ithere I luau you more than cvr and if yon 11111 only ever so lit the how Inn it be too late How can you tell her I have told her he laughed ex citedly If yon are nut anjrry with me the wont be IIf you love me she will lure me IIf yon will marry me Xetta waited I shall marry her And in a Hash she saw through hi0 deceitI I Dont look up dcnr he Hail l5uce iiisr one arm resolutely about JUT ami laying a hand lightlyulm the cur ly brim n head against his lurultt I am ashamed IIIIf myself for such trickery Rut I had mi idea of behav jhag so meanly when I came this aft ernoon I had not plannd it at aU It really vtas not my fault IDo you mean iit was mine He was not sure from her voie whether she was laughing or cryiisi- No nuputuit yours It was all through the dear old icar It was en tirely his fault While you were tell log me his notion that you could be j led but tint driven am what he said about more ways than one it struck tme suddenly that I haul tried one way twice and i wondered whether it was any good tryimiguguimu and trying a J different way Will you forgive me Xetta and lets blame I be dcnr old vicar Dont look up dear ttill you can forgive me I d Mit vant to see you looking anguysththlI me now ICut she did look up atI last and sht didnt look angry for though there were tears in her eyes there was a wistful light shining through them j that made them sweeter ant happier than tiny laughter TIaek and tL luteS A SELFMADE NICKNAME mi OIIthllr 5eniislruss Wtui Snltl Ttop Thliiic OfHn It lfll Limn Her Iily jcaillh a kindly senti imem nevertheless iitI ran be so be stnvelm4 to east a doubt nin its irllllIl I j was beyond t the most ten derhearted person in the village in teeth her favorite expression of cum passion had finally passed into a nickname fun herself She was Known behind her back as Ioor Thing Poor lhuiuugssas nut much of n talker She hud a way of sitting silently bent oicr her work always with a mouth Cull of pins listening jto what other people laud to say Only at tilt etuthof ttheI conversation would shut extract ner pins long enough Ito contributeI ier shire IIVr hauls tin sjKakcrs had hveu lIIIiri jtug tthe abilitiesI of a noted house j ktehitrYes poor thing she would sigh Fort iate now isnt it she can turn hir uititiuiI preserves and picklca cud piefbaking time way hr does She couldnt take much com fort in tier children Ihunts sure jfort lmIuttt tiumg rampageous crctnrs I spose iits a compensationI Or the beauty of some blooming young girl would have received ul tribute of praise Shes real prcttyappearin Ithe seamstress would agree mournfully She certainly islout then those delicate featurd light complected folks never keep their looks moreiJ a few years Shell fade right out before shes seen 2i poor thing Again tIme prosperity of a neigh boring farmer was discussed and his ability admired Drivers both ottlI1h Mirandy and he she would agree promptly ii dont doubt Itheyve earned every mite of it1 I never knew such folks for driving There aint any loafinp round their place nor any resting either MyI land hilt they keep things moving I can tell you they make tIlt children step lively about chores I dap say its gaul for em or it would be if they werent so little but there I cant help pityin eta poor things Poor Thinjj was a good worker but she never became popular with her fellow villagers which consider ing her concern over all their woes and failings was rather hard on lieu poor thing A llcalhuut The lecturer on dramatic art in his wanderings over till country wa stranded one night in a tmull west em town Keimj detainedby a smrv storm and low funds he decided tc give lilt lecture in the town hal His audience consisted of six school girls in the front Slot afid one lank young man at the rear oi the hall The lecture was enlivened by many quotations which were stolidly re ceived until witha finger out ptretchcd toward a dimly burning kerosene lamp the lecturer cried Cat see yon light He was about to proceed with Ma recitation when the young man at the rear rose from his seat si can see It by stitiihtlnY lit called cheerfully anil J can smell It without inoreu half trying Vlij don t Y91 I1ny It etTohIt1l1 9tftJi fcOtffEp WITH UMBRELLA Philadelphiala Girl Gave Jack the hugger a Little More Tlia B lie Bargained For Jack time hugger has been causing something of a reign of terror in Phil adelphia and vicinity for some weeks past hut he got a reception in the aris tocratic section of Germantown the other night that he will not soon forget when he attempted to forcibly embrace pretty nora Seiven It domestic em ployed by Mrs Lappingham at 6043 MeCallnm street nora istmotonlyuretty1imitI is also ro bust in build and athletically inclined and moreover when she left the house she carried an umbrella as a protection ONSLAUGHT WAS TOO MlCII- ainsta the hu giT whose preitiict in tile vicinity WItS known She met him and when the smoke pr hattie cleared away Porn was the victor As tIlt girlllllIld Ithe house on her way home shut discovered a man skulking behind a tree She waited for him to approach und as he attempted to put an arm around her waist she began to lie Ithe umbrella with an Amazonian arm TIll onslaught was too much The valiant hugger took to his hrels hull ran On the girls ret urn to herhome Mrs Lappinghain informed the Uerman town police of her encounter It was found that this HIS only one of a num her of escapades that have befallen young women who are on the street after dark in the past wtek They have all occurred in IVIham anti I he victims in all instances loire been domestic JUST WANTED TO SEE FtcshiySi IonU JnrJ1 llrmirln to Queer Militcrfiinr to Satisfy 111 Mrnnur Curlonlt- A MtIlknowu judge who iis as fn moiii for his at it tiis for his corpu leney at ati tiiiieh disturbed in mind by hula tcndeney to everincreasing stout icssHe Itried thins remedies snys the Sti Ioids Kcpiililie without tinystic cess At length a friend simggut ed thatt he should lake a curse of treat ment at certain hoi springs lit immediately set out for I ho place sojourned fur a frxv weeks at IitI nuiiKiged to gutI rid of a gfOcIflenlI I of his siiptrfliKiiiM tlcsh and returned home in a most happy and jocular frame of mind On tIn lir t morning after his re turn when he was wending his way to the courthouse hIalllt to tthe butchers shop where his family were i I DONT WANT IT supplied with meat Marching inside he said Cut me tilT 20 pounds of pork The butcher sharpened his knife and at once complied The judge hoked nt tin meat for n minute or two and then walked off Shall I send the huuunltIIto your house inquired the butcher who felt tutu the judge had overlooked in at nutci iota Oil no was the reply given with a stulleihI dont want it 1 have fallen tilt just i0 pounds and I only wanted to have an idea of how much It was I MADE NOISE IN CHURJDI SIURtor Turnrr Telia hoar ute Vaa Cored nf n rrrnlolnn nail Ir rrtrrrnt llnblt Senator Turner of the Alaskan Itnundnry eotitimimssimu thaII is soon in inert in Loiidnii sail the utherdnvI hen 1 go to church I un ali silcuut as a mouse from the moment I cuter till the moment I leave Hut I1 wac not always so In the little Missouri town of Koinn where I was brought up 1 was in my hohooll a pretty disorderly churchgoer lint one Sniuhiy when I was nhout thirteen we had n stranget minister to preach I sat with four or live other lads In the rear of the church and we made a great deal of noise The strang er put tip with us for a long time Then he looked at us and everything be came very still ii ii hate he said to reprove nay disorderly person from the pulpIt in fact I make it a rule never to do this Let me tell you why Once a young man behaved very badly while I was preaching I spoke to him and his con duct became worse Again I spoke to him and again his conduct became worse Four or five times T paused to rebuke this young man and each lime he carried on in a more heathenish manner than before At the end of the service they toldnit of time mistake Ibustt1I1 rhi jcf J aq TIg S ht 1J Jt J c yf c I VALtJAfltB LACI FOX PELT Husk Friers Are Palti I a Mahat Lot Thl Very Rare misut Beau llfut 1ur The trapper who gets one hlaclc fox in a season can afford to loaf all the rest of the time for if he knows the value of his prize and seeks tIme right market he can exchange the glossy pelt fur 1000 or more spot cash IJut unit many trappers have such luck as to get a black fox for that valuable freak like other good tImings is rarely found A black fox skin was brought to Maine recently and Is nuts part of the stock of n fur dealer who buys and sells in all parts of the world The fox was killed in AlHhka where a traveling furrier bought it from the natives for 100 In Neat York the purchaser was of fered SSOO for his prize hut he knew it was worth more luuoneyMl he brought it to an expert buyer in Mainr who without a word handed over 1000 for the glossy bit of fur says the New York Tribune Common red foxes such as are plentiful as grasshoppers in many lirts of Maine are clump as dirt al most selling for 30 rents to 150 eaili for thoxe taken out of season when tIme fur iN thin and J to 4 each for skins in prime condition Cross breed nro wrth from 7 to 10 each antI pale silver grays from 10 tw SI5 When 1 trapper secures a dark silver gray he has struck a prize for the values run from 200 to 000 each These silver foxes tire killed for the most part in Labrador nud Cape Hrctou seldom being seen in Maine now although many years ago they were frequently taken on the head waters of the IVnobscot and the St John The black fox is a freak and an aristocrat He belongs to no well defined species that i black foxes are tout recognized in natural history as- a separate class but is supposed to he a member of the silver family whose coloring results from some prenatal influence The black fox is always in great demand by tIlt very rich and especially by tIlt ltiisian nobility who send agents to time great auction stiles that occur four times a year in London in January Munch June anti October to lull on what cIkins of this species may he offered In 100000 pelts there turn generally not more than a dozen or 20 black foxes and tIm prices are often us high as 2500 sometimes V 000 for a particularly fine skin The skirt that WitS brought to Maine the other tInywill be sent to London for the March sale and as it is thought to he the finest black fox ever seen in this eountry its own er expeets that it will bring a high price The skimu is four feet anti six inches long which is remarkable for a fox of any varietywluile across the neck where tIlt fur iis blackest the width iis I11 inches and across the back 14 inches Trom the head down twothirds the length of the body the fur is a glossy black and tthen runs off into a beautiful silvery hade VAGARIES OF THE YAK IlraM of Iliinlrn In isrrrdlngly Chunm itui Surefooted auaI t1was to Op trusted TIll yak goes much his own way no matter limits strongly lila rider may twitch the cord drawn through thin cartilage of his nose It iis lbs wont to inarch doggedly tin with his niuzlc dose to the ground breath ing so hard that you can almost imagine your ears are buzzing with the sharp drone of a steam saw some distance uwny tearing its way through timber So writes the great Swedish rx plorcr Dr Sven Hedhi who has Itrav tied oer a great part of the Asiatic continent on yakback nnd therefore knows wherrof he speaks says the New York Tribune One tiny while Dr Hcdin was ex ploring a glacier the good and haul points of his yak steed were brought hilainiiuit The heavy creature picked his way through thin rugged moraine avoiding till holes and hat ancing hinibclf in a marvelous man ner on the sharp edges of rocks hen a sleep slope was to be tit scended he would draw his four feet rigidly under him and coast to till bottom He Mopped short when he chose nnd neither blows nor coaxing had the slightest effect but after a time he would grnnt cheerfully antI procec r on the interrupted journey partlaternmightbalksense by making as rapidly for the camp as lila legs could carry him He thing himself down declivities dived1 like an otter through the snow snyuu Dr Hcdin uulumt alas sitting in the saddle was like riding a high sea in n rocking pitching skiff Often I was obliged to fling myself backward till my back touched the lack of the yak antI I had to adjust my balance to all his unexpected movements One day he witnessed an amusing race between yaks anti eunuchs in a camp at the Iamir mountains The lIenghairedcall1el with their rock ing humps burst nt once into a wild gallop unit dcafrned tIme bystanders with their screams as they dashed along regardless of the course laid down for them The yaks were as usual ot selfpossessed andoh stinate Two of them declined to budge an inch another walked quite away from the course some made an attempt to move sidewise while utile philosophic pair slowly and sol emnly stalked around the course and came in as prizewinners A Rranon for II Tones looks out of love with him self today No wonder lie took Mrs Gusher in to dinner at a party last evening and she said iu Oh Mr Jones you remind me so much of lIlt Uncle Henry You are as alike as two peas Well that oughtnt to make hIm fee1 disgustedUwouldnt but alter dinner when the men were alone they got to talking about faces and Mr Gusher said SfKaklng ot look ray wifes UaclelLeary ii the JaoeJest mat e t i Ja jat am M rl aj f f I r Dont wait until your sufferings have driven you to despair with your nerves all shatteredand your courage gone Help and happiness surely awaits you if you accept Mrs PinkiamSadvice Diseaso makes women nervous irritable and easily annoyed by children and household duties such women need the counsel and help of a woman who understands the peculiar troubles of her sex thou woman is Mrs Pinkham who with her famous medicine Lydia K Plnklmms Vegetable Compound have restored more sick and discouraged women to health and happiness than any other one person Her address is Lynn Mass and her advice is freerrito today do not wait Will not the volumes of letters from women who liuve been made strong by Lyilin 12 Pinkbams Vegetable Compound convince others of the virtues of this great medicine When a medicine has been successful in more titan a million cases is it justice to yourself to say without trying it I do not believe it would help mo Surely you cannot wish to remain weak and sick and discouraged exhausted with each days worlc If you bavosome do rangement of tbo feminine organism try Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound It will surely help you Mrs Emilie Seering 174 St Anns Ave New York City writes ii DEAB MRS PISKHAM If women who are always blue and depressed am I and nervous would take Jyila I Vegetable Compound tIny would find it the mediA cine tIny need to bring them to a more cheerful frame of mind I was terribly worried anti downcast and was thin and bloodless My lock ached nil the time no matter how hard I tried to forget lit or change my position to case it and the pain at the base of my brain was so bad that I thought that I would grow crazy I had the blues KO much anti was always bo depressed I could not seem to shake them off half of the time I did not seem to have the courage to do mywork everything seemed to go wrong with me and I was always t worrying and fearing the worbt I began to take Lydia K Pinkbams Vegetable Com l pound After the first few doses a load seemed lifted from my shoulders I felt better in every wyway The lilacs heft lut and my head stopped aching before long my back was htter too alll I honked younger mud stronger I took six bottles in all and it is with thankfulness that I acknowledge that my present gout l health is due to the use of Lydia 12 Piiikhams Vegetable Compound FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN if there is anything in your ease about which you would like special advice write freely to Mrs Pinkbam No man will sogf your letter She can surely help you for no person in America has such a wide experience in treating female ills as she has hall Shun has helped hundreds of thousands of women back to health Her address is Lynn Mass and lair advice is free You arc very foolish if you 10 not accept her kind Invitation frCflftft FORFEIT if wocannot forthwith produce the erleinil letter and slsaatura of cenulneneenV Co Lynn Las ABSOLUTE I SECURITY Cenuine I Carters Little Liver Pills j Must Bear Signature of See FeoSImUs Wrapper Below I Very uoau oxA M eur I totakoasIsUIFM HEADACHE C RTERS Fli DIZZINESS I ITTLE raH UUOUSNESS IVER FOR TORPID UYEB IPiLLSITOR CONSTIPATION I IFORI I I iO-tAsvstimIIf I CURE3lClAGK- EKRJff5UTMASTST I i WEB juiaas Lluulcimnrns sometimes YQ Wlldl rlJIII I rOWER5S- vTAYP1OQF I it iJIli9 CMTHINQ r rclTOWfR Tic tot 1YLRYWfl n ruEx dultel wortixn eM bbk fcnaa tV wrH GKT 1qaaraeLu- crhcfwalkrs1sdsettvctt aycaLtnrtttlGN0The I IbrI I r B Y OU CAN DO IT TOO I Over 000000 people an now buy loz cools from ua at wbolestla 51icessaving 15 to iO percent en every thing they me You can do It too Why not ulc us to seoul you our 1000 stage catalogue 1IL telIsthe story Bead h5ceslafanll today 3 a1ICGO- shISIstSM i- u 1 25O Kinds for 6cItl- anfacttbatSalitraseciIsarefoQcd la morecarUfniacdcnmorefarmittarijJ any other In America There b reon for thb We own and op el enUeorerMiiOacmfortbeproilac tlOD ofourcbolceseed Inorderto- idtiee sos 10 try istm wnotetile 1IIJOT11 DaprrceOcated oiea S J For 16 Cents Postpaid U HrI vo4fi ls- I Ii Nfl 1rI b Uut I nllototomtgttiliIT eUlol rust urrJhIurboarni iotot esoco aruitstSi lob4e- rants our gratratsmelD e tctiIngsIi- asoat JlleuvU Wheat IllllUn ilm- iar rs Tml llronius Sprifi etesli tsr only ICe luiuuupiaad tlsantiseOsisueeuistbtCOeupus4 I JOHN A SALZEH SEED Co- LaI CroSSe WII WESTERNCANADAI Irletln the world- TlseCrauarycl Ibe Votli The UoJel Sea shine The Nilunl Ttttiai Oracadi for Slick Area under cup ho 1932 I987J33 sent Tieli I9K II722M buhiU- Abnndanco of Water Vnel 11 IlcnlKnl Cheap Building Mn a I putuiIv1dHflt5 rlllIt rlLintaU and 11 rllm le dI- DII an uurrd IoDd nde u- rCs lDtl AMIS OK 110 ACRES FIIRR tfca onr rtmveorwblehUIIll tot entry Cloto toChurcbe Schools etc ll ilwaf tdp aI KCUIrrt rtijtrl ti send for Atlas and usituer liirratcrolo Hnperlnlrnd ut Imcntgratlvn uioooBLawUig Fo r tilde tidauaislis ilmliaalbotIit CansdlanUoTcraineat AgCfltitiuwTiauppt7 you mttt ceniOcato giving you reduced railway rates SIC TO HOMESEEKEBS GOOD with productive soIls can be ie cured on the Nashville ChaiuI not za St Lout Railway IB FARMS TenncsseeJCeuutUck7Alasm- Gear is PRICHS RtASONABLK Cluuate lialthful never very cold or very hot All markctabe trntT1t stud ising lvtmcr- prlce than jul the liouh Rainfall uuple and ttclt disttiulcl CORRESPONDENCE with Rul EiUte Agents in the North Irvilcd S Fcr pamphlets write 10 H F SAIITH Traffic Manager NASHVILU2 TENN FREE TO WOMENTo prove tho healing andS cleantine lowerof Paxtlna Toilet Antl PHlc wenlll malt a Lino triph pacUica with book of lustroctlons absolutely free Til IIs Inotntiny sample but a tirgft package tnouch to conrtnra anyone of JIB value Women all over tho country are raising huidOfletnJCallTeatl- agsti PaitlncfuarwbashCI mcnt of female III cur Inflammation ant discharges wonderful as a cleansing vaginal dnucbe for tore throat nasal catarrh nt a mouth wa h and to tensors tartar and whiten u 9 teeth Send today a postal card will do Solul b7clramatontpotp14 by a guarsteSdTHirstcbaaAvIMtou 0I- CA0V CATHARTIC r Jill ptMsstILccc 1iicMtk 0JUJ I 1 r I i PRACTICAL FARM GATE I It CnbIei Strength and Dnrnhtl Sty wltih the Farther AitTHBtaB of Llht HamdllDK 9 Good durable ryactical gates at entrances to fields lanes and lots are ninong the greatest conveniences on the farm Do not put up weak mnke bliiftH Make them strong and solid 4J4t1t1 properly hung so that it iis a pleas Slireto open and shut them Not long ogo i neighbor lost a valuable cow by means of a poor gate In her effort to Teach green grass over the gate iit broke down and her leg was broken Son had to be killed and as she was only in fair milking condition it was a total loss If ho had had a strong Kith tantial gate he would have been 30 A SOLID FARM GATE ahead and that wouU have put up tentgood gates The gate photographed was made six or seven Jenrs ago at the entrance to the barnyard We combined two objects ill this gatektrmijth anUdtir ability and lightnessI to handle ieihave deep snows anti snowdrifts and we bung the gate so that itt could be raised up to pass over the snow The grate is four feet long and four and a half fret high For IllegalI e pieces we- S used sixinch basswood well seasoned The ends and center strips arc tthree inches made out of the tauir kindof votid The first third ami filth strips from the bottom wckllowed to project out to hold the gate in place Incase hogs are turned into the yard the bottom piece holds them from pushing and straining the gate The bangers are of our own gelup and ffm to answer the purpose in every respect In mal hag the hangers we ue wagon Itire two inches wide and about two auu a halt feet long The iron vas heated and bent in the shape of a rub iron on a wagonbox only showing two or more inches in the side turn to permit the gate to swing The hangers art fastened to the post with fourinch wood screws This gain hat now brent in use several years ami is as soittida ever we have another gate made of bnsswood that has beet const riscled over I13 years and is in use today flit all means build your ttte of vither pine or baiswood Leo C IJeycoldsin Ohio Farmer THE VEGETABLE GARDEN- There b otlilnsr Like II on Ihr l rm- Irovldril II t fuillrJnnsly Taken Cure Of Tf there is one thing more titan another which should ma1a iiiiin pro foundly thankful that he iis a farirrr is the very good reason tbahe rail haven real honest firstclass vegetable gar perfeetionI manure and put it on the best ground on the farm Plow in ill you can con veniently and cover well ithen harrow in a second dressing Harrow with disc or cutaway harrow repeatedly You cannot work it over tot much Make the soil to a depth of at least five ilh as fine and mellow as flour Harrow anti roll and keep up the practice until you get a tilth that cannot be Mir passed Then you are rrady to sow tthe seed lsc all care to get the best va rieties of vegetables and the best feed In every way This is of furilantcutaiiimportance and then so of each kind of vegetables using both early and late sorts anti tanking sow logs at intervals so as to Keep up a complete succession throughout the summer It is possible so to plan tthat a constant supply of each vegetable can be kept up through itst entire a- fonYilliam I1 Vcrkius in Farm Field and Fireside HELPFUL FARM NOTES Potatoes need a rich well pulver ized soil- He who feeds his land well will be well fed- hard work on the farm is often tot good work This is the time of year when it pays to use the low down wagon A farmer to succeed must do the fair thing by his boys his girls and his stock Four quarts of clover seed is deemed by many farmers about the right quantity to the acre Winter iis the best time to poison e prairie dogs Fall or spring the best time to poison pocket gophers More rare and less haste in get ting in the oat crop would in many vases improve the evenness of the ripening and heaviness of yield lengtheningSHave you done nil the reading you planned to do when the evenings are long If not keep at it now Farmers Voice Kann Man Good Advice Corn thrown into a wellbred pig Is cash writes our old friend F D Cobitrn of Topeka Kan The hog is oCJtaking care of all the raw material set before it It is selfregulating and selfoiling never gives out and is per fectly reliable The machine can take ten bushels of corn and put them into Ihe room that the bushel will require corrI cofn will make one pound of fat and Iliat pound worth many times seven poufads of corn The hog iis a condense of freight rntet Ship him It JKnIand and the freight ou hint woulVl bemucli Ies Van on the corn it took io fatten t Lhn1nd he will bringnact trjs ilifft the weuu or ujOfie u I1nJifil t 1 4 PROFIT AND PLEASURE Keeplnar 11tin the Par tntBoth hrr IflUrhlu a ie tarkablr Decree It is safe to say that every farm would support at least a fcxv jli1i ot bees cllIntQproduectit1icjtittoThuIIOUIII- of linney that ealforterhtirgeestimateEverypatelies clover or hiickxvhcat nldIIof whitli in the absence of bees iis prlltkllllJlItedman linden and white xvood trees which are good honey yielders Then there are the autumn wild loners such as bone set guldcnrod heartsease and wild astcr writes a bee man iu Farm Jour nal which bloom for a MiPcesMoii ot two mouths from which Ithe bees do surplushoneyI lila hives for winter stores In mIlo 011IInsteverywhereEveryone Planttimuithtinteretrrikeep a fexv colonies himself or should try to imliice home person to Uicpbccs near him There is a nnrtcrviuau and berrygroxv xvbo ha a faiuiabout two and a half miles from my home apiary just a little too far for tthe I IgrcelnentlirIIJllhJllt run them for extracting hoiiev anti xve but bare brnciitcd by I hue arrangement Some people lire perfectly xxillinjr tf0 have bie in the fs rtii anti derive all till iiuideiual benefit from them if only sonic one else is ill handle t here for their Imiipv- Xoxv it iis iiiic sate toiay than any tperson xx illi steady nervrs and a goodly vrtion of jiatitnce a list ioura p ear i rlllllroiHnrthe pursuit There ate Imxvevir sump tpersons xbosu Msinus are xery sums e ettt lithe to bee poison Tbee of cotirs must abandon Ithe tliouglii oft itIItt is possible for tIhe person in time to becunie totally hmimiir to bee poi son as I welt Imo from experience An old band tit tbe business nevet tthilllof taking an antidote for II test bee stings In fait the fear of sting passes entirely from isis mind a nil beii happy anti contented when lie sees the llittle bees prospering anti tbe honey coming in Pome people baxea habit of involuntarily ilodping or strikirg at the bees This habit of nurse u 11 have to be lIrIJ t Ill halt almost sure Ito iting siieh a person No mat tot how timid n person may be ntI tIbe outset tbey will after axvhile gain confidence and linonic acetistoiiuil Ito tlin work and the areof bees xxill be t Ott1t J uitiee tiE Itliasitre n POULTRY FEED TUB hera I n tlrtcr Mm Ylilrh fnn It P Carried Out liy Any liiurni 01l In rlUfr Procure sonic empty butter Itubs from thet grocer the heaviest on can linil I get Ithem of oal with gutvan ied hoops With pencil anil ruth draw a mark arnunil the t ub fit e incites fr in Ithe bottom Then with a pair of evm S passcs space aroundI lie uiarkiliviiliigj i it into VIt spaces Take a ore aiiti a IIANDT rOLlTKY rKKUTfli luaU or twoinch bit und hUH hole at excry oilier point uiiikitig I rJnli Kc j i t1i1lIIiI Smootii I hue edges with a knife anti it is reaty fur use and will look sotuc tliing lkc the riglitband pictureI Vit j I it ors tto any place nlis notice t tiesi i tubs sas au American Agriculturist I correspondent I and u k pciiiUii ii to taken patternt of t lucia suuyiutg t tuui are I lie best thing they ever saw TJicv certainly lire th11I1st bandy tliitg I I ever used Twelve bens can get around one and eat without cruxuhng I They are liaiiiiy toiarry either cmpt v or full fowUI cannot roost t n them consequently they aret alwty cleanus and when iiolini ue they can be star he il in a corner ittit of tthe way Smaller II or pails can Ib used tot cliickon Auitnuiiuei for Plnvli Farmers in lKnglnnil has I for some time been opos il IIn iiilnmobilesI cue reason being because tbcv ion siilereil Ithat Itheir perton I safety was imperiled by tItieiu Butt tunic Mr HI Albone an inventor of London ha bhown them how they can UM these new vehices to great ndxantage He proposes iu a word that farmer shall iu future use automobiles in stead of horses for plowing reaping imnving ami other work lie has constructed an automobile fur I this purpose IItI iis of the ordinary type except that the wheels ate of a lope cial design ami ililTcr from those which tire intended to roll rapidly over paved or uiiicadaiimrd roads It is equipped with an electric motor of eight lioibt power anti vail lie driven as easily backward as forward A plow or a inacliine for mowing or reaping can easily be nttacliod to HI aturluIu Albone says that any farm er of ordinary intelligence Ian read ily learn to manage it properly More over he says it costs less to rear and mow with an automobile than it does with horses Sklmmllk for the Plan Oats bran and shorts are good mu5 demaking foods but for weaning nigt there is nothing equal to fkimmilkt Many farmers seem of the opinion that it iis not profitable to raise two litters jjreia1 reason being thuat tam 3 1TlaterlallJdllriDIdairymen have learned of the impor tance of taking good care of their cows iin winter and if an equal amount ol care and attention U gives tile pIg they cannot help but grow from N L vember till April Keep yiUng animal tbai UIi IUc CukliuliI7rdiLs hug utuuey1 t lS V1 1F 5 f FtrA DUTIFUL JAPANESE CHILDREN TIor nUll nirln Cnlh Are Fnllhful lleliiern of Their IarenU nt All Time Oiflp of ithe features that most strike the visitors to Japan the laud of the chrysanthemum iis the dutiful conduct of the children Wherever one goes it is noticed that the youth almost with out exception are obedient and defer ential to their elders sweet and thuiigIlag among their equals and patient ton degree that is philosophical yet no more genuine children art any where to be found Xo child is without its re sponsiluiti ties and in most eases these tire strapped to its back anil it Vicars them cheerfully There iis a beautifuli spirit of helpfulness between brothers and sisters I think the children have noire real affection for each other than they do for their parents said a gentleman who haul spent many years in Japan according to the Chicago Chronicle for whom ttheir respect is unbounded Although the Japanese take great pride in their habits and their growing OilS and daughters they strenuously endeavor youhadyou would think they were quite harassed tumid disgusted with their offspring I suppose said a friend before I left for Japan you will han to refei to your hahn my iHrty insignificant unltrfllhltIIIIlittlt he son Still after tilt no tome can withstand the blandishments of an infant and many a Japanese mother have IIeti trapped into glowing llIiIof the ac complishments of her small children The mother does tint often givei them nil t hue at tcuution which mothers should She is ever at till beck and call of the heath of the family to till cliiion oft all other requestI 5 At such timesI if tthe battle protest they arc stuffed with sweets or turnethover to tilt servants and such times are nearly all till Itime The servantsI are not rellned tout they are kindheart id women and t Itus are closer members of tilt household thanI our servants are or would like 10 be and for that reason tiny tnotlnr tin children anti naturally get the getI tutur half of their ho suiuur Ii of the discii pline of the family is tturned oxer to time elder brother It iis summary andI sound Occasionally the father de vSt nil or a walk in the evening telling them stories or plnving games hitIt never under any circumstances suIt hr lay aside his pipe and his itigniixj io crawl about on his bunds ami knees m the similitude of a lion Otoisan iis always import urlmblr COSTLY GYMNASIUMS AVcnlllij Men Iny Out TlKiutitmN I Hollar for K uipniriil of 1s rnlnln Itnonm One of the manifestations of tin do tire of the American Man and xiontan Ito Ilake up phxska I culture more I hall exer tIIlf cut iis bc putting in of tlnriy equipped gymnasiums ic the lioics ot the unit Scarcely a houc iN lnint built these days for a w call by hun it that IIIMI n t call for an txcreist room sotmwlicr in Ithe plans An tutu utyiii Ill old mansions rue Ixinjf altered so as I U include a gymnasium axs a New Yirk paper In numerous ca c these gx mna frituns cannot Ilit l ltll1 aiix xvhcrr anti thousands of doilar haxe IMI n spent itt making Ih11I uptoiiate in every respect It iis said that several New Yorkers have tint hoilatnl to pay riOt as much at IUIKMI apiece in this way A common feature of the jeymim siums is use facilities they offer fur exercise to the millionaire is it us aixt daughters xxho have taken up physical culture as their latest fad PhysicalI culture parties can be found in these gymnasiums nearly evrry flunooni I and the way the stately matrons and the dainty debutantes will diiaili hells and Indiant elults prrform on the horiontal bare stInt do other tit iuItit feats is not aniateurib thany manner of means In the equipment of tilt gymna siums tIn boxs and girls are shut tot gotten and paraphernalia cominciiMi rae with ilair small Italics i ampix provided All manners of baths nut usuallx found in the gyninasiiinis I Indeed much attention iis paid to them nut Ii the marble ustil in ttheir construction makes them worthy rivals of the Irathi of tin ancient Unmans Many utica of only moderate meant are also having gymnasiums installed in their homes From more or less regular exercise in public vmnasiuniK plIlCIforAVhen Ihr inrlli Vo renrSlmiieilI 1rof til II Danxjn gives his sanc thin to the calculations of Mr J 1HI Jeans of Trinity college Cambridge on the changes of figure through which our earth has passed iu gradu ally reaching its present suluuliItone interesting stage in itt develop ment from a nebulous mass the globe was probably pearshaped and the transition to its present form took place through a series of ruptures In spite of the consequences of these rupture it is suggested that the earth still retains traces of a pear shaped configuration Then are in dications that tIme axial point at the large end of the pear was situated Iin the neighborhood Kngland und that the stalk end was iu Austtalia Along what would have been the equator of the pear now runs a cir of volcanoes unilcle earthquake ecu t ters surrounding tthe globe ami this is accounted for by the consideration that tilL eqtiatorial one of the pcar bhaped figure must June hen the region of the greatest displacements and changes of curvature during fitto sluapeYouths The Exception Natural history says birds have good judgment remarked Hessiewith the big book Storks havent spoke up Hobby Why not lust look what ugly babies they bring sometimes Buffalo News Was So Trick FatherYou arc getting on in fine style Daisy If you keep on you 11 know as much as your teacher Daisy Id know an much now dad die if rhad the book in front Otit h ikt bl iol Aa i v f r J Pt r SURE CURE FOR RHEUMATISM LIn ThIn tune the Tomato Proved to Up lust us uod as the Votao J toNe been rurtii of rheumatism theIhiladellhiamanner 1I was grouting in my o ice time other day when tInt jiuilur of the building nteredand ail t OhrellIu nearly illsur craSy with rhucumatbunv anwerddOltdolarrfhwill rightII tomato and I carried it and by Jove time rheumatism telL inc o I Ire1entl i You muredtime Villium Iaud to iin a hearty voice With your raw mIyou cured me entirely Haw tomato sir syc Vt illiam Vt hy sir r you nmunderntood me IIuiclnt say tomato I Mid it was a raw potato that you were to carry A RESOURCEFUL BRIDEI IIbe lot iheSrup for time ynuce With out Sendlnc Out After It tier lint venture at cooking dinner in her own home had pattedsueeeuuuhly and they tat in Mlenee at IIPIfjIC ends ot the table woiultiuig at tie novelty of it alt and gar injt at each other relates tile Xenr York Times Honestly huimsestlytros your heart did tinallyNever my lit lumpKverythinj to pudding 1uddingheOh Im to relieved then she tail II a huge iK t ctcapeil her S ou fee 1 torgoi to order the sirup for tilt sauce lor the puii dinp stud I had to have xomctbini MI I took the cough hirup and 1 was to afiaitt youd tate it A Cure for IthenmntUm IhnirianuremuI wallttUt thus plaie Mr Oswald iiiflciej inurli with and wa treaiciiby doc or Ihleult that hiIpot no They feemtU tutunablei to tin IheIlOljl1II him anti he eon tom Ilto of Dodd Kidney Mr treatment of thisr nuncdit slid for him what Ul doctor Imd failed to do and they tamutmiuta underUnd uttnonFreda iyearsgoofiheiuiutatutumuTroubleThere painfull not cure promptly and permanently Fuiiut Itesrt uutud Lsir ladIIr Are iyou gdSL conundrumi ttheV-mhehh ill heie i tune If 1 wcie to pro lji h NYhIuuhL ToDny for Aliens InotEn e l tallUJllF IiIEAddrecSO1umustedLe1toyiluil 0 aiMiii itt aught ch hiruszuNo I wj in and Ill Kiveyiui ten dollaisforyuur ba o Detroit Free lVc Slop IlieConisli PromoQtj I jlbIaI ttctktslnenseiet by a hail t unheIt user it I tnr Iimuiec I treuteul uenstoiitoppI t sitterielher- II i tuut SIsaL UUII thil JotJt what be ttiI he think bt determine his mtu talnlatucJuifge Three train a Jjy hiupu to alifor luietugot9tOlt trllilloIti meetitjJudgej Ulllpi011I IF lover Trinity SpriHg Ind ITefc 15 I1A0 Sne tiai hemive eremthiug mu isra eutriuthtrtoicaveevrtytiag1 THiee Mtliut tUiough tunics siuuy IWago to Isti i iiia I Pliag i CHMMI 1aiitic INorth httCtti lutsei t surlyCakaguuVhat w i train in form sic inaylwiciu force Jlam Hem viHioBiy i the retail Ito wealth Iuiwru J dtir Dyo i i time rcd to ecouwwy I h ily luibbtii rtttitrhei t hr ii tiuumlu ill use ticut g4aiittu4is iusiiiumr ill- 11JI11 v a oiilcclioii nf stiin- Jly biin ni riiappcii till utbtr it uluiin Vii mU hit tiHt in mat iii a Kvtiiui if I Ill HItnbr sttin ivagti Tribune vnttt tlutl- lsgghi It uc I tut siit tiinlflawyers HlllSlkt itt lIt titisui- ITbeyve iuigiutti I iitot uu II lututtucu I iliffereiitI way s of colkci tshittuttt I mill us iiuiuy nunn hut rmnlimig t ht payment of ithiiigS- hichbah Why MiMUiil r stli I now are stir otet friends lkliil I Itictec that Ule frcleaves ban nut IKCII ut Is tio suit i loaned me hVu tlis bx should we e t situr bi i frimuuilsiuiktrm t5teshitCiu YliH Crxote sni- ilixexrarod lkust had petit lie fat her a tit it lIt 1lscJ1ttl1t71I I iivlerested in H typrwrilrr In bti aturn home s hue snit Oil uiamiUN I Insm utais IFmaker xx riling him II rtliI r i u feer x log machine lhicIMa IM- Wluit fnete IltBlieii 5 It 1 has allits maile it st y ouii tat t was an honest uiitu hut to ihs u lit truth I watt neibcr left itleiti frniiuit xvid sinyljiniys iutiir il i liand gibeu n chance to pnxe wXMlf p rascal Deiroit Fret lre 1 A Trrrllitr Vnlul Farmer lloni Ucaeou Klutirlipenuy aint very libenil iis he Farmer IJuckover Nope be auLvms to be sufTerin uu jt of tic irtfrom lockjaw of the pucLi btok Puck On n Brother William aId ym cvci sell a vote No smmh hint 11tnz1lJ4 tnt f udu tisflarsumtrrIie1thAtIjflj lltf 41 fl it l l J t DISGUISED CATARRH A Stealthy Insidious Weakening Enemy to WomenMany Thousand Women Suffer Needlessly From This Cause There are a multitude of women es pecially housewives and allotherwom en obliged to be on their feet constant l descripflout hnlil is sapped away by catarrhal from the pelvic organs t tnorningireddaily duties tired only to goto bed alV tight as tired as Sim Kra beforeII Street Y City f ered for three generaliI vIthireratlon I irrnli f trial so 1 bought three bottles of It at once Now I am a changed woman Perunacmmred I muchImprovld prrtCIheallhycarUJ Eva Bartho h MI Ioull r taliou I Glen 13mulc- htreetS Joruuo Suit ton Scerrtary of the KliiKn UniiRjitrr nut Selrr tar tof lntiy lnceMlie svrltesuJn lncv of the benefits to be dciI LiJollIr taking IVruna xve xxoUid have many lappKr una more healthful worn n My heuith las never 111 too robust iiuJ lii am trasiy laiJKurJ ant can not stand much About a year ago I vaa 50 run down that I hud to take lo my lied uml be came weaker rid weaker A frIend utdslsed m r U try erutua arid I Lave great reason 10 he grateful for In two week I was out of bed a rid in a month I was perfectly well unit I now liatl that my health tIs much male robust than formerly fo that I take Te runa once or twice a month and keep well Louise Mahon IVruna is such a perfect specific for each race that when patients have oats i toquititI begins to relieve the disagreeable lJackucheccases I strengthened the appetite restored the digestion made perfect the dull headache is stopped anti the weaken ing drains are gradually cured These results certainly follow a course of treatment with Ieruna- Harbara Alberty corner Seventh and Walnut streets Applclun Wit writes as follows in regard to Pernna For years I have suffered with back mite and severe pains in the sits I doctored so much that I became riiOIj eouragcd A school friend told me I IIvery much Peruna lunch benefited her and I tent out for a bottle whici did more to relieve me than all the othcri hosT II lira ii llnpitena II Johnny tjuiiourly iiiiuircd Mr is aweck of tier little lm her xvueii he tali d the other cvinugass pulling toe j I linishmg touvbe to lIt r t jct ujustatrSnj have youcr uoo xourr to youet ever j ILurt I J Vim eanl luuuIi me proinpll rtplrd loiinny tttUiI Iwlt tulv my utCra i I tumitmts i Then lojnnj pikel a iunuy t up stteIj omit l the hall tackstud xxtnl GlutIII i I laHIIoul1 i I I t be clubbed into believing mtt ol The FourTrRk allilJt1II eJitorII I tatkeuva come iIt iit geiiing to lie like jI I I Ct toria even the cliildren tar it I tba telN the tory It i tile inu t andII eting pHblitatinn that time in r clause ard tle rca on iis ea iiy toW Mr- tied II ljHiol tthe Jriieral IaeigerI AffrtitI wIn hat das ofit In the Car logic ttCICI pttinj goodlien arotimlI j him KO tlicir lniine stud there J nl i tlnt in ryrryt iiitlic publicjtion the I I lutitMut of ttin Sew York Vniral di I i j YjlhnJhcliptiou price e f The Four Track Xcv i st cents per scar A am tile t I hyiiI jfntXt1midrsutd Central Station NVw York Deep Scheme miiou lnetor If tfaat mini of V IUM in M ntjua j ieuuuu a Inmuiixii a toil ay itI i Ihow due it happen that the iMk int ail grabbed tipI by the Iieohe out tiitrlruiuiuuterc sue not letting ihrtii kitty nilnnK about it Tiuyr Hgutiigiy lich aiea iv and set want to get a better ilassI of peujle out theie any v utuiuvdgu TrbuueCallforuin Itue Ilrnnllful Daily until lime 113 itki3 I ree1 l KfT15y will Mll fcondcla tukri to tilif- vtnii ut low ratcit lonis Wi00 Kan M City SiitHi Tourist car tliroiifth to tan FninvUcui wiiiiout change leaves StI Louis on Time Katy Mycr at X52t uuuTuueda- sk fur tortiiularei Adlre KXfY3NVainwriRht IIdp St lx uN M- oADO SDEJ Its the gentle and effective action Bladder and Urinary trouble Men Women and Children t s Mr PLZASAST OumoI received the sample of Doans Kidney Pills and never bad any medicine do me so much good in so little time I bad Congestion of the Kidneys anti Bladder so severe it caused ia pressure on the lungs like Asthma but through the use of Doans Pills I am free and easy now Gao W SMITH Veter inary Surgeon P O Box 41 ML Pleasant Ohio Aged people find Deans Kidney Pills a Slat comfort for declining years They cure incontinence and urinary weakness peculiar to children BAXTER Brnnios KNsAsI received the free sample of Doans Kidney Pills For five yean I have bad much pain In my back which physicians said arose from tht kidneys Four boxes of Doan Pills have entirely curctLe trouble I think I owe my life to tfajpe pills and I watt others to know It SADIE DAVIS Baxter Springs Kansas IInDlrrd the trt c IJle everything iis lfisri and we cin lle ittsrrjelutl May can S e JVe There iis only ore thii r have oti- takcmiI ofumd iiuiiuna ins ted that I- uut Certainly my angel Vh t jis it pid me go through any trial fur y ur lear fbke mid Ill do it AU tor the Men Flece Ketti I sea limb the lofticM Peal c or serch in the humming craters of mig Iv volcaiuhes 111 do it i It iirmt mitchtmuy dear Mamma iid I tnu t nkvoum liow ranch on intended to ipneyImnotvStrsy StoriesICnuilon i i l druIi ot for me snottier tin iiout IU- i C stud wfcaiS Ihe ma tee xxitb ill hethIet aunt are afrai ol iiiaLinga r tiUe lie troit Irr I IrefCfcttlilni Mnmu n- Mi Wie I tinnk Mr Iioiy viil pro UI tii our MiliieiiI xcry 4wn now Mi Vie I hadnt uotirejl tiint lie was rer attentive tIt her j No Limo he lia lWen flirt ing outractousljl with me 1hiladelphia Irels In Soda AVnler- A little Figs buy sat hooking at a drop of xxatrr under a iitioiociipt IIIi rcmrd mtui impreseil by till iii tettC ofmi crobr Nuw I knrw what butt you when you dtiuikcods water lie tl Philadel phii IxVour- dJuxirbodie t iicouragedlx J 1 did evey tbiiu my power to makr timontwuyoung 1ti1dc cc that they xverc not lilted foreach ittuvr v zaereAtud when i time mied ding to octuuhialtimmiotei American Whtu fiithjih lost and Incur dies the tulsa hi dead Vtlmittuer When a wife reign clue iumetinief itormi Ihiiago IUaily New Men born great do not alway die so Iuck coGENTLY= C of Doans Kidney Pills In Kidneys that make them famous with Aching backs are eased Hip back and loin pains overcome Swelllng of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct urine with brick dust seal meat hIgh colored excessive pain In pass ing dribbling frequency bed wetting Doans Kidney Pills dissolve and remove calculi and gravel Relieve heart palpita tion sleeplessness headache nervouinest I InEECOODOO Y UNO Dotns 11 1pIIt I 7llTraut3VU CO 3sio tu Y- Pleass sd y unfl without chargo- liii boa Doa la7 hilts Name rtocsStat CId =M A FSttid tW I PAY SPOT CASH FOR MUJTAY w lftUJlTTLA1U WAIIANTS tiIlICMIITh bI wsr uss1irrsuiuOel Ta 19 tr 1 Itfaithfullypletely cured me I have not bad any pains since anywhere but feel like a new woman lam truly thankful forwhat Peruna has done formeDax bara Albert I StretToronto 5 t the Ladlea Aid Society writ cm I am pleased to gtve praise to Peruna for the blrued relief I found through tin use II suffered for years with backache and drag 1 glng wassobutythatI down pains and often had to go to simple godtend to me when Peruna was brought to my notice Every drop seemed to give me new life and every dose made me feetII much better mid I promised myself that If found that It cured me I would ad vocal it so altO h suffering women perfecthealthpleasure because In such fine health and no trouble seems too heavy to bear when you simplYbeenbe without It agalnMrs Kate Mann Mm Anna Martin 47 Ilort Street nrooUlyn X TM ur3testLeruna did so much for me that I feel It my duty to rfcomment It to others who may be situ ilarly afflicted Aboiu a year ago toyI heaih was completely broken down had I backache dizziness ami Irregularities arid life seemed dark indeed We had used Pe i runa In our home as a tonic and for colds ana catarrh and lileclded to try tIt for my trjuble In test than three months I be came regular my pains had 11111 fly dis r C appeared and I am now perfectly well a Mr Anna MartinI 5 f Mrs iVm nct rick Kennard Wash ington county Xcb writes- I am fiftysis years old and have not felt well since the Change of Life be gan ten years ago I was in misery somewhere most of tthe time My back was very weak and my flesh so tender it hurt me to lean against the back of al chair I hail pain under myshoulder blades in the small of ray back and hips I sometimes wished myself out IspellsdizzinessI I and was losing flesh all the tite After following your directions and talcing I difffreDtperI Ifyou do not derive promptandsatis fact ory results from the use qf Peruna write at once to Dr Hartmaq giving a full statement of yourcaseand hue wilt be pleased to give you his valuable ad victtgratisIperhottle J I Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus I =F BROMO z- SELTZEftI CURES ALl Headaches 10 CENTSEVEJlYWHtWt p I II 1VI i JFast J1II I 1 factory In the world I AMMUNITION M C nuatfe is now I1the by shooters as worlds standard for shoots well in any lIt Tour cartridge Union dealer Ce gunII i t U sbO55tnutettIie2batOr LOcJsI I DROPSYmi54gree a I a setari tuss 51 Qk C t 1 w THE HERALD DraggedDownFeeling In the loins- Xervousres unreTrcsIinr secp despon dency It Is time you were doing something t The kidneys were anciently ealkd the reinsIn yonr case they are liolillit th 7reins and driving you Into serious trouble r Hoods Sarsaparilla i Acts with the most direct beneficial effect t on the kidneys It contains toe lest and safest substances for comcttnt zed toning these organs HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 30 1003 Born on Saturdny night to the wife of John Barker of Lacy Creek a girl Willie Swango of near Mt Stor p ling was here last week getting up a bunch of cattlo W B Ellis representing Me Adams tc Morford Lexington was in town yesterday I Mrs Maggie Carter of Bonny isvisiting Mrs Pr Stamper and Mrs James n Cecil Bruce Trimblo of the Mt Ster ling Advocate was here this week a visiting relatives r HOODS Sarsaparilla is the medi iiiimru blood eruption weakness and general debilityit- c positively and absolutely CURES Miss Lilly Cecil of Grassy was I j the guest of her cousin I Miss Ora t B Cecil Monday night Roger Bryan of the firm of i Bryan Goodwin Hunt Lexington t was here yesterday c Mrs Ellen Kash visited S S Combs and wife of Campton from Saturday until Ion ayIc Sammy Cecil has the thanks of the editor and better seveneighths for a fine mess of pieplant t A hen hovering over three young ii kittens is OLe of tho freaks of nature to be seen in our town NOTICE All claims against the estate of Mrs Rosaline Linden de ceased must bo properly proven and presented to me on or before July 1 1003 or they will be barred J CESAU LINDEN Administrator Robert Kash the merchant prince of McCausey visited rela tives and friends in our town over Sunday Dr B F Nickel of Cannol City on his way to Campton to attend court stopped at W I Caskeys Wednesday W H Gevedon representing t Guggenheimer Co Lynchburg Va was in town this week in the- o interest of his firm w 0 Greenbury Lykins of Caney died on Tuesday evening last of typhoid fever He was a brother of J C Lykins of Campton Miss Clarke Long who has been attending a protracted meeting at Maytowu during the past week Ireturned home Tuesday after- noonCASTORIAI j for Infants and Children Hi KM YM Hare Always Bwght Bears the J Signature of C Judge G D Swaugo of Mt Ster ling was here Monday and in fact several days going to Camp ton today to attend Circuit Court A Mr Dwyer representing the Grant Chemical Company St Louis was here trying to intro duce a new baking powder yester day Howard Little of Gillmore creek died Tuesday morning about 7 pxslock from paralysis with ythich ho was first stricken on Fri idayy tho 17th inst iseorge Dyer and wife will please f I 1 iccepb the thanks of the editor yr and his better seveneighths for a fine mess of mountain oysters and a bucket of kraut 7 1 WATEDA TBUSTWOKTHY GEN i tieman or lady in each county to manage 2 baunrss far an old established house of if solid financial standing A straight bona fide weekly cash salary of 1800 paid by cheek each Wednesday with all expenses Moneyadanct11lor cIlug Chicago 3442 t MontIgomeryman will bo chief deputy under J Morgan Cninn in the event pf his election as Clerk of the Court of Appeals He asks all of his friends throughout the district to vote for MrJJblnn as it is indirectly a Miw him 2ST ftropblej and constipaiion 1IN a notblng better Sn creation 1 liiJUlUt JCarlylUscrsihe ramous litte Mays effect a caegmre do rlHIlt rhyJierisre ietiro all 36t 4 et weake the took tp the VTsaaei u aadoring i i ae I S IJJ Tho protracted meeting at the Christian Church still continuesI with increasing interest thick who is doing tho preaching is an untiring worker and mingles with all the people Ilia presen tJuIi has beets productive of much good To date thirtyeight have come to I confesIcontinuo through Sunday night but there will ho no day meetings Friday and Saturday Subjects I CciiiInight 1road and The Narrow Way at A Thoughtful IJaa M M Austin of Winchester lad knew what to ilo in the hour of need Ills wife had such an unusal case of Momnch and liver trouble physician could not help her He thought of mill tried Dr Kings New Life Tills and she cot relief at once and was finally cured Only 2C at J T lays hazel Green I andS tore S Combs Nina Campion drug j TaulbeeHalone The Hustler went to press last week too soon to mention the marriage of Edward Taultee eon of Dr J A Taulboe of our city 2 Mie Virginia Malone of Er Cook county Texas They were nrlrivodI is well known here and in ad joining counties nod is a graduate of tho Hazel Green Academy The bride is very accomplished and attractive nUll belongs to one of the leading families of Northern Texas rue Hustler extends hearty congratulations Jacksnm Hust icrBLACRDRAIJ61iT THE ORIGINAL LIVER MED1CiNE jt ibt i A sallow complexion dizziness biliousness and a coated terjrre jjanJbowel troubles severe as they live immediate ivrmiing by antijj but liver and kidney tmuchlackLniujrlit never fails to re t I f killIn3l Ilow fever Many families live in J jdoctorDraught It is always on haml for J use in an crucrjieney and saves many expensive calls of a doctor Mullins S c March 10 IISOI I have used Thcdfordj BlackDraught W jtoI I j It is the best medicine for me that is kidneytroublescomplaints Rev A 0 LEWIS J1- cm 1 U Caskoy son of Dick Cas key shot and killed Forest Caskey son of Ben Caskey on Elk Fork four miles from West Liberty on Monday last The particular as we hour thorn arts that Forest as key was going home and passel by where Dick was shooting at a mark Ho went to his home got a shotgun and returned to where Dickwas shooting and without warning fired upon him and killed him supposing that Dick hadshot at him when ho passed One ro port is that both wore drinking at the time They woro cousins A Sweet Breath Is a never failing sign ufa healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach iis out of order There iinoremedy in the world equal to Kodol Dys pepsia Cure for curing indigestion dys pepsia and allstomach disorders Airs Mary iS Crick of White Plains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for years tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By the use of Kodol I began to improve at once and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight health and strength and can cat whatever I like Kodol digests what you eat and makes the dom ach sweet Mrs F N Day has now the finest line of millinery goods in the mountains Indeed Indies of tasto who have visited towns many times larger than Hazel Green state that her display of hats many of which aro original patterns are floor and prettier than any they have soon elsewhere and the best part is that she is selling everything at low prices Do You Want to Invest in Oklahoma Or Indian Territories f If you cannot RO in person our company will do tbiI in1lstorsTerritory leased for five Years at 1 per acre with purchasing privileges Take a few shares in our company at 10 each Ii I ew em double in the next few months FoT particulars write K O t KyOftIcersluhiuspresOFOnevSecy j Daytt QoinineTabletsAJUruaiuSlef to cuts E Wi Groves signature u oti eickfcox 5c Literary Note The Confessions of a Husband by William J Latnpton will bo published immediately by Came ron Blake Company No 70 Fifth avenue Now York Mr Lampton is well known as a and humorist his first book poetI tied Yawps having had a large and popular sale In The Con fessions ho has written a rollick ing parody on Ihe Confessions- of a Wife by Mary Adams In the preface to his book Mr Lamp ton says A husband in tho hand is worth two in tho highballery and Every wifo is tho architect of her own husband Tho fun1 LexIingtolJnienco and to give us a chance to make a few remarks In tho first pj place Will is so popular as a short j story artist that everybody who reads the English language knows him and loves his stylo Hence wo arise to remark that his pub Ushers had better double tho pres I popularIas soon as it conies from time press The truism he utters in his prof mice viz Every Wife is tho At chitect of Her Own Husband is p enough to sell 100000 copies for every good woman is proud of time result of her elforts Shore save our bettor seveneighths a copy Colonel or abide time consequence A Sure Thing It iis said nothing is sure but death and taxes but that iis not altogether true lonul1lllion j troubles Thousands can testify to that thejiherdtownvUroncliitij and for a year tried everything I heard of but tot 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 ItllI guaranteed by JJ T Day Hazel Green and S IS Combs Son Campton drug giat Trial boVles free Regular sizes 50 cents and 100 Oil Boom in Wolfe An oil company of Detroit lich hits leased two garden lots Ill Ciimtiptoii and hound themselves to Rink two test wells on each lot ly the first day of August On ac count of tho oil excitement a num her of real estate deals have been made in the last week and land iiI in demand There are about fif teen different oili Icompanies with representatives in this county The lust company to enter the fight for leases is the Now Ohio and Ken tucky Oil Company j AH Were Baffled Word como from Wake Ark that Rev John JJ Cox had a strange malady l Hccompanied by yellow jaundice For 12 jears physicians were btiled and tluniph everything known to the proftsj ion was HMH time troublel remained One div lie begun to lIe Klectric Uitttrs lUll I in a w jck a change for the Letter ciiie nthti length he wat entirely cured Its the most reliable medicine for Livtr and Kidney troubles Only HI ctnts and gnutranteed byf lay Hazel linen nail S Combs i Jxnis Campton druggists Mr W R OConnell of Montgomery county is well qualified for time position of chief deputy dork of tho Court of Appeals He has served in tho capacity of clerk and deputy clerk of Montgomery county for a long time and his reputation as a clerk iis firstclass lie tsks that his friends throughout tho Tenth district cast a vote for JJ Morgan Chinn candidate for Clerk of time Court of Appeals nut tintS help him Good For Chlldrca Tile pleasant to take and luirinltss One Minute1 i IToiiph Cute gives immediate rejlief in all cases of 1ougli Croup nnd La Grippe ticca UH it dues not pass immoili ately lute the stomach Limit takes ctlect right at the seat of trouble It draws out the inflammation heals and soothes and cures permanently by eiixbling the lungs to contribute more lifegiving and lifesustaining oxygen to tho blood and tissues Ben IligstafT the mountain evangelist passed through Hazel Green Monday but took time to call andshake hands with his friends notably among whom are Aunt B tty Pieratt Ben said he had lost track of the dear old lady until he saw the item in THE HEn ALT about her last week W G Lockhart the dentist writes us that he will bo in Camp reImainI needing dental work will do well to see him R S McLin last week bought of C B Allen a pair of 5yearold privatebutMcLin said we didnt miss it much DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache BAU diseases Dropsy ache Alsoefth OChtdDIIYCURE i Dont become discouraged There li a cure for you If necessary write Dr Conner lie hasepcnt a lite time curios Just such cases as yours All consultations Free Foryears I had backache torero pales across kidneys and scalding urlDel co jtnqtcefoHtof boil without help Tbousmoe nrreanees Kidney asS ackacIie Cure es stoce4sne OWAGONEB Knobsrll1e Dray3lrt ScuiL Ask forConkbk7rsa STTIIMlIIIEf1iN Naval Jl1JPoi tea A former tstJotit of the Lees Collegiate Institute James Hol 1 lon was lately appointed to n full course in the Nfcval Academy nt Annapolis Mdf late law enacted conferredI1 two appointments instead one Young Hollons admission to the course depends tipon his examina1 tion If ho coitus up to tho prescribed f standard ho will bo admit jtod Ho says he intends to mako time effort of his life and if he succeeds which woboliovo he will i it will bo a great achievement fur the rates of success is ono out of ton James is a son of 1 B llol lon of Wolfo county and well known in this county Ho has alj ways stood high in school and in j tho estimation of our people Jackson Hustler Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of nil the Salve you everj hearth of ilucklens Arnica Salve iii thej best It sweeps away and cures Kurn t Cleer8kin1Eruption hay Hazel Green and S S Comlw Sons Campton druggiIIThere are four murder cases on the Wolfe docket for this term Tne Banks case was called Wed nesday and laid over until Monday Dr Harlan Stumper and wife left yesterday mornig for Leo City where Dr Stamper is this week doing some dental work Mrs Stamper metntimo will take their throe children nod visit her mother at Klkatawn TUB HERALD has now increased its force by tho addition of Wil liam Woodhouse Esq of Lexing ton who will assist in both the editorial and mechanical department of the paper Now if our friends will interest themselves to get us a lot of subscribers wo will give them a paper as is a paperI Ed Taulbeo of Port Oklahoma niHilIarticle elsewhere he married in Texas Eds friends were glad to SOt him and congratulate him upon the capture of an attractive helpmate The Strength- of the coffee you buy adds to Its value in the cu- pLion Gotiscomes to you fresh and of full strength always in sealed airtight r packages Bulk coffees I se their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt tnltormitf trehe and tii truthiiiur1 to ar ot uon COlto MAYTOWN MISSIVES 0 Miss Maggie Childers is on the sick list Mrs A L Dye was calling on friends in our town Saturday Miss Clarke Phipps is visiting friends in our town this week Mr Putnam Patrick lost a flume horse this week Cause of death unknown iCarl Franklin the little son of Mr pod Mrs B F Thomas iis on the sick list Mr B F Thomas was in Lex ington Wednesday and Thursday on business Mrs Rebecca llitchio who has been at Hazel Green for S1I110 tinie returned home Thursday Mr and Mrs Ed Mocks started Sunday to Scranton to seo their son Howard who is very ill with typhoid fever The protracted meeting which has been in progress for the last three weeks closed Sunday night with fifteen conversions and live sanctifications April a LUXBJTTE 110000 TO BE DISTRIBUTED The St Louis Republic Otters Fourteen Splendid Rewards to Subscribers- An interetting announcement appears in that great metropolitan newspaper The St Louis liepublic in the form of a profit sharing oiler to any one now a subscriber or wilting to become a subscriber of The Republic A big sum of 10 OCOOO u to be paid in rewards for good judgement and skill It iill wayfromThe Uepublic subscribers are invited to estimate upon the number of admission to the World s Fair grounds upon the urea ion of the grand dedicafry ceremonies April 30 1903 of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition The subscriber whose estimate comes nearest the official record will receive 5000 the next one will get f2MX and an additional sum of 2500 will be divided in rewards ranging from 1000 down to 1000 among those whose estimates most nearly approximate the official record ol admissions A paymentof 780 will provide unlayRepublic tbeTwlceaWeektance is reccivedon or before 4 p m of April 29 1903 the person sending it can maybeaudindudDgComplete information as to the condition willbeAIrir2uany one upon application All commnni catioBiaad estimates should be addressed to TOE REPUBLIC PaOFlTSHABlXO C tOX LOUJM0 r1- J y I Lewis King of Lano on Satur day last had tho misfortune to ro ceivo a pistol wound in the foot Bruce Terrell done tho scooting whilo under tho influence of liquor The shooting wasdono in Broathitt REDUCED RATES TO- WBSTI fl- fIltch nixitli speciall Itln1flCte er and cultnit rates are fIctive from St l4lus and ifiisss City ti points in Miouri rlans Oitl ihomi Indian Territory sid l1 Xli s via the a for rutiiii trip tiecs IIrte ii11MI far Ipus two ii ii r anj for sinule trip thIdf faro jJtis urn d- ohaeswth c I I f FORALL i 5 CArl BE FOUND ALONG Tim j I SPEED WITIUS if TOtt M 8M41 v I i SSOURIt34 i ARKANSAS rI t Territories ff jjOILoIA citd THE FRISCO SYSTEM lutTiNoT the fit and 4- ii o each month For detailed I1 ii Y len Agent lmihl CINCINNATI SGLOOS + ifilic Grass JiiI8llia iKm t fii1 Ortanitutal 7r c Grij Yiis miil Fruit A pangMi Iiuiirl ti IIesert lung I for OnhrrdI Lawnahd I inr ci- iHtriwlerry and ieiicril Cata 1 lojruoM on riqlI4i IIilhi 111i H1F Eilenssjcr 1 eons J lIINlI t K4 n+H h H+ N IlI Dyspepsia Cure- DicststyoucafTie pr iarttel nut tins all of the diestants attl dii ts all kinds cf food It jrii vet 1irstuit relief and never fails to cure It allows you to cit alli the food you Wiutt fJJCml sensitive stomachs eiin like it By its UC many thousands of dysiwptirs have been cured after everything else failed It is uucquulkd fur all stomach troubles It cant help but do yen good Prepared only iY 1 Urvm A Co rkloaiwI Iho 55btiit vin it1t 1 iiUstlie60c size fIJ m = J rJ J 1iiroHnill Oll rn Uu Pn- UaU t INCOUrOKMED 1 now reuiiy to do IJIIMIO Home olfiio IHZiiI ICirpcn ICy More than 7500 acres of most desirable lands lWA definite amount of tho capitnl stock line been set apart for sale for dovelopment purposes All stuck full paid and nonassess able For particulars call on tho pres ident John M1 Ilosi or tlm sccre tary Win Hrti I ifG wre 11D JI pf i l Z Zft IIi l il1u HfSTEB Cashier r ISA Surplus i SiOOOOOO T IlniKKoiuu Deveitof S JO1101 rThill bank solicits the account of 5 tnerchanu farmers traders and bus incas men generally throughout Fast crn Kentucky and offers its custom S 1s era every facility und the most liberal to il 4 t r hegiuinuitebanking g t4XC iWHE IN- DO lEXIGT J ib T i NOT FAIL TO CALL ON i iJJOtdS Gus Straus ritt LxrNPsI I IxEAx4 Q r nfYiD1 p arc Sole Agents for Central Kentucky for I ITh FiTljaiuifl taO N Y1V YOXk- Lltke a IE QXHt C1otlaing ioxo IuJta Wo carry tho largest lino of S i SllSL LpJJ1g 4jJVLC tJAIM TOATi1S r 1 Lum11s l eEEdcweiaJ TLWJrn 1= Ww pJJIllP And all KntXISIIIXG GOODS and all other things for Mens wear in Central Kentucky OUR PRICES THE LOWEST OUR GOODS THE BEST OUR STOCK THE LARGEST i I 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