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Yom y yfI 1I1 Sir One as in in advance advance hUBII It onths in te py after cub your in t ou are puid to You should i andi when renewing or to have your I4 ress changed Remittances should be made by M 0 registered letter or bank Jw draftII THE HAZEL GREENsi r o = Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KEixTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 14 1903 NUMBER 41 SPEXCKR Owner nnrt EdlterTheOldest Mist PoplarCirculated and Most Quoted Paper In tilKentucky Moretainsslee PER la TEAS AdTance j CASTORI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have f Always Bought i Bears the- SignaLnie I iI of I In- USe For Over Thirty Year- sIASTQR1A NEW STORE at llR1SOOOO KY WE ARE NOW OPENING A STOCK OF roons ana Bogs f IoMll Urn Boos FurnisfiinD Qoos i E Shoes Hats ic and will be ready within a weeks time to show yon I as fine and well selected an assortment of goods as you will find in a town of much larger pretensions We intend to sell only GOOD and RELIABLE GOODSno shoddy and fady stuff of any sortno PA I payforg STRICTLT ONE PRICE ONLY TO RICH AND POOR ALIKE Having bought our stock for spot cash and bought them as lowI as good goods could be obtained in the crest markets of our country and as our store expenses are small WE CAN AFFORD AND WILL SELL our goods LOWER THAN ANY ONE EVER SOLD goods in this section before Qm MORRIS CO We pay highest price for Eggs and all kinds of country produe More News later on Watch this space J 1E P IILLIIPeLEE CITY KENTUCKY Practical Barber Hair Dresser Everything uptodate Public patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed 10 4 FARMS FOR SALE OR RE- NTL I 0 0 Business locations secured in growing towns in v- S Oklahoma and Indian Territories Town and City 0 0 property remarkably cheap The Great Southern c a and directFriscoy route and the best facilities for reaching Oklahoma and r Indian Territory a Special Rates Firstrrr t 0 L 4 ADDRESSy 0 Kentucky Oklahoma I T Laihtand Townsite Co II- P O Box 341 or call at office 54 E Short Street o LEXINCTON KY I jfAfew remaining snares of stock for sale at 10 per share A large dividend is assuredGJULIUS EDWIN WRIGHT EresWeit C P ONET Secretary JtJOBIllSOH Treasurer 0 I 66406 944466 6 69004 4 oOo 4SAs Y Webav i just received 20000 Kotebe aa 10000 Envelopes 10000 Letterke4 c andI t will print tk tpxrder at a rjr low price for the cult 1f 0 AyersMalaria Ague Cure has most remarkable tonic proper ties for all who live in malarial dis tricts A neverfailing remedy for all malarial diseases THE HERALD n SPENCER COOPER Editor DEMOCRATIC TICKET I For Kritre entnUveUl8t District JUDGE H F PIERATT Curt Jett Arrested Charged With I the Murder of J B MarcumE Curtis Jett charged with the murder of James 13 Marcum wasI arrested Sunday morning shortly after three oclock at his mothers home in Madison county near the Kentucky river by Sheriff Wood i son McChord Deputy Sheriff J T Stokelyof Clark county and a posse of six men and placed in the i Clark county juiltt Jett made no attempt to resist arrest although he had a big gun under his pillow and inside the i house had every advantage of the olhcere Sheriff McChord andI Deputy Sheriff Stokoly approached t the house leaving the rest of the party stationed in places of advantage in the yard Ho was in abed and whoa informed of the mission of the officers quietly sub mittod The Sheriff and his posse with Jett returned to Winchester about 5 oclock and Jett was placed in the county jail Jett was fairly communicative when questioned in regard to all matters except the question most interestingthe assassination of J B Marcum When the assassination was mentioned he grew sullen and parried every question The warrant for Jetts arrest was I issued by Police Judge Iendloton I of Winchester upon an atlldavit I sworn to by Sam Jett charging him with the murder of James B Marcum Jett had gono from Jackson to Winchester Saturday afternoon and had gone to his I mothers home in the upper end of Madison county about oclock To Sheriff McChord ho said that his mother had been ill withI rheumatism and had asked him to pay her a visit Sheriff McChord together with Deputy Stokely soon secured a posse a numbor of young men I volunteering to go with them In the party were Messrs W A Adams C D Hoskins Charles Derrickson June Hunter H W Scrivener and H B Scrivener Mr Adams was in his youth a neighbor of Jett and went as a pilotJetts father Hiram Jott a well todo citizen of Winchester died in September 1893 and his mother afterwards married a man by the name of Hngins They live in Madison county about two miles from Jacksons Ferry and about 112 miles from Winchester Sheriff McChord and his posse left Winchester in four buggies shortly aftor midnight and drove to Jacksons Ferry 10 miles distant All were well supplied with pistols for they did not know what kindof a reception they would receive They arrived at Jacksons Ferry about 1 a m and left their horses and buggies the road to Mrs Hagins home being far out of tho way and very incon OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through von kidneys once every three minutes I eSo You may a yourblood ter out the waste or impurities in the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to their work- Pains aches and rheu I matism come from ex I cess of uric acid in the blood due to neglected kidney trouble unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble becaustthe heart is overworking in pumping thick kidney poisoned blood throtigh veins and arteries It used to be considered that only urinary troubles were to be traced to the but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their beginning in kidney trouble If you sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy it soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold on its merits fiftYIcenthave do are sample bottle by mall nomtetsnmpBooc free also pamphlet telling you how to findl out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kiln er Si Co Binghamton N Y LVoBt sake any mistake but remember the name SpRoot Dr Kilmer Swamp Boot aad the dllre Iiagt ptoaNY 1 oaevtrrbeitk w ii ij J r iX Alt Drorrla Prior 66 ou veniently reached They were rowedacross the Kentucky river in boats and then took up their twomile tramp to Mrs Hagins home It was JJ oclock when the party reached the house When the posse had been placed Sheriff IcCord and Deputy Stoke ly approached the house and knocked at the front door Mrs Hagins answered the knockand was asked by Deputy Stokely if her husband was at home She said he was not there lIe then asked if Curt Jett was there For a moment she hesitated and then admitted that he was She was told that they wanted to see him and she reentered the house and after a short delay returned Then it was that the officers told her who they were She directed them to go to tho rear of tho house say ing thit she would let them in by the rear floor When the olHcers first entered the yard they saw n light burning in a re r room When they reached the rear of the houso there was ligljt in the room This made the otjicers somewhat suspicious and they hesitatedon the door step Finally the fight reappeared nd the door was paned An unknown man was standing in the shadow and the dicers eyed him closely When the officers entered the room they found Jett in bed lie had only his night clothes on and was leaning on his elbow Under neath his pillow the officers saw the handle of a big pistol1 Hqllo Curt said Sheriff Mc Cord walking to the bed and tak ing his hand I have a warrant for your arrest Jett did not move and displayed no surprise or emotion All right Woods he said I will submit to you you wont have any trouble with me All I want is to be treated right and protected Sheriff McCord assured him that he world be perfectly safe in his hand a and then read the warrant to huh in which he is charged with the murder of James B Marcum Jett never said a word but his mother said I dont believe Curt did it- Curt then dressed and prepared to go with the officers Ho took his gun from under his pillow and gave it to his mother requesting her to keep it safe for him Dep uty Stokely out of curiosity asked to see the gun that is alleged to have played so important a part in the late history of Breathitt county Jett shook his head and laughingly saidIOh you dont want to see it All the time the officers were in the room and while Jett was dress ing they say they were expecting to be fired on at any moment The unknown man who had opened the door for them had come into the room and stood so as to flank them The door to a room open ing into Jells room was slightly ajar and seemed to be held by some person who was peering through the twoinch crack This made tho officers feel very uncom fortable but no effort to interfere with them was made From a Cat Scratch On the arm to the worst sort of a burn ore or boil Deil itt s Witch Hazel Salve is a quick cure In buying Witch Hazel Salve be particular to get De 11ittsthis is the salve that heals with out leaving scar A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles MAYTOWN MISSIVES o Mr Willie Childers is on the sick listMisses Corda and Mary Bren nan were in our town Sunday Rev C F Oney filled his ap pointment at this place Sunday Mr Boone Nickell and Miss Inez Day made a flying trip to Ezel SundayMr Alfred Lykens and wife were the pleasant guests of Mr P N Lawson Sunday Mr James Ingram purchased a pair of mules from C A Sample Saturday Price 245 Died May 10th Mr Bill Steph ens He leaves a wife and five children to mourn his loss Miss Maggie Rose and brother of Lacy Greek spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at this place Mr and Mrs J A Eaton spen Sunday with their daughter Mrs Ana Manning of near Pomeroy ton Mr and Mrs R A ChildersI were pleasantly entertained by Mr John Childers and wife Sun day Mr Asa Weeks and Miss Cora Debusk were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony Saturday MiiStb LEONE Y tt 0 c Mlb WA Cut and rali tom 1903 C Special Agent Eastern Kentucky McCausey KT to any action would be I to of LIRE for ljornluyofISIll re GlJllffiJJOQ I ItEN1 SEWELl Editor VoL I 2No 2 W B Brown of is registered at the Combs House R E CauditT attended the Rail road Convention Paris last week O O A H Stamper is attending the Circuit Court at SatyerBville this week O o 0 Aunt Eveline Quillen died on the 7th and was buried on the Sth She had been ill but one week o ea- Mrs S B Stidham of Jackson visited the family of Pro Clarke from Friday to Tuesday She is a sister of Prof Clarkes wife a a Jack Christman who was a few mouths ago sent to the Asylum at Lexington has been discharged and is now at home with his H 0 Cameron the evangelist assisted by Rev Tyler andI the local fraternity is conducting a revival at the Methodist Church of this place O O O Oliver Pratt and Mahala Rose daughter of Clay Rose Lee City in company with Miss Nannie Graham and others came to this place last Friday and the next day were married the Rev John 1 Tolson performing time cere mony- O O The Farmers and Traders Bank of thif place is doing a flourishing business The cashier S G Dru shel is a kind genial accommodating fellow and understands ex actly how to manage the bank for the best interests of stockholders and depositors The people of this section who do a busi ness should patronize the Farmers and Traders All Were Bafflei thattRev John J Cox a strange accompanied by- phpeterana yellow jaundice For 12 years were batHed and though everything known to the profes remainedeOne day be began to use Electric Bitters and in a week a change for the better came and at length was entirely cured Its the most reliable medicine for Liver and Kidney troubles Only We and guaranteed by JT Day Hazel Oree drugeI r Airansnnr yeart furnished WASH MILLER President A H HAMPTON W WILLIS VicePrfliiieit W POTMTE1 Ant titniiii iitm iiiiWINCHESTER KY PAID UP CAPllAIJSIOOOOOi IfilrVe solicit your banking busi ness and promise you prompt and careful service every attention accommodation consistent with cor rect banking principles I Out committing I IIIs Name at meeting M banking be IDied at Paris Illiitis Mary Elizabeth Turner widow of James S Turner died Sunday at 730 a m the 10th inst at the residence of her daugh ter Mrs J Will Miller at Paris Ills and was buried Tuesday at Mt Sterling beside her husband and son Harlan She had been in declining health for many physIcians was of no avail Mrs Turner was born in our village Hazel Green Nov 3d 1833 and was the daugh ter of Wm and Eleanor Trimble and of a large family of brothers nnd sisters there only remains one sister Mrs Louisa Wilson of Lee City and four brothersJ G Trimble of Mt Sterling Shelton of Menefee county Frank of Memphis and Preston of our vil lage Mrs Turner was an estima ble lovable woman with thous ands of devoted friends and not an enemy Only two of her children survive her Mrs Belle Miller and Clarence Turner both residing in Paris Illinois Eo B Carr Superintendent of the Morehead and West Liberty road says that the road has been sold to Baltimore capitalists and work on completion of the road will begin Juno 1 A new company will be organized and work rapidly pushed to completion The road has been hanging fire for years but now it is a sure go Strength Comes from well digested and thoroughly as Initiated food Hoods Sarsaparilla tones the digestive organs and thus builds up the strength If you are getting run down begin taking Hooda at once t The following is the ticket that won out Governor J W C Beckham Lieutenant Governor W P Thome Aunitor S W Hager AttorneyGeneral N B Hays Treasurer H M Bosworth of Agriculture Hu bert Vreeland Clerk of Court of Appeals Robert L Green REDUCED RATES TOTHE GREAT On the first and third Tuesdays of each montb special homeseekersr and colonist rates are eflective from St Louis and Kansas City to points in Missouri Arkansas Oklahoma Indian Territory and Texas via the For rbuidtrif tickets the rate is owe fare plea two dollars wad for amtle trip deunticteUnse 9f5s hS iv F lins 1 Column 1 0 09- KI 1 year 35 00 K 1 year 20 00 2 Jnthfs 1 year 10 on 1 Inch 1 year 6 00 t Announcements State and District officer 91000 Connty officers 500Town officers 300 cans on candi dates or political writeups 8He line 7sTObltusriei Tributes acpre ii pared by UP 8c a line where copy ris same u locals 60 a line CaiUir J Cashier J and i tj 1 DIRECTORS ill mILLER t UJ j illILLII T R PRILLIPj i UJ B UJILLS I j D Simpson J I J R BUQKURC9RI II R B mPTOn1 1 B ROSEjfor Without myself whatever pleased consider a sample INSURANCE POLICY d E8 Indianapolis O familyRev Commissioner SOUTHWEST Lexington aM Eastern Rl nr Turns Tails la Effest Octafcr II 1112 EAST BOUND No2 it I Daily ex STATIONS ex p PY Sunday 11 11i111i1No4 f 2 25 45 as r 3 10 LveII 25 ira it 3 66 2018 13 as4 06 23 as i 4 35 Bridge 57 9 54 am 4 49 pml571Nat 62 10 08 ass 5 11 70 10 29 as 6 11 pm90 KJuncn 90 11 26 as6 15 pm 94 Jackson 94 11 30 am WEST BOUND a e wDailyexSuuuayII t + AM j PJIArr10 10 0 6 05 ps 9 25 ArrII I 20 5 20 pm f8 37 110 JaekIOD1 40 439 pota8 28 44 4 30 ps 801 am Olpas 7 47 am 47pall 7 26am 15711StaotooClt1I621574 28 patt6 29am 30 ps 6 25 am 25 pm 0 ft L BlOCK t EAST BOUND j- No33 E B 1o21 LSunday3 30 0 JaektoD 0 11 20 335 6 OK Junction 6 ii 26 4 17 11 Wilhnnt 11 11 52 4 30 t3Hampton 13 11 68 5 10 20 Lee City 20 13 M f 518 22 Helecbava 22 1228 545 27 Cannel City 27 1245- MABE PM AM lWEST BOUND No3 1 Ii No 2Daily ex = STATIONS Daily IX Sunday r SundayT 9 15 9 Jackson 2 35 910 f OiK Junction 6 2 30 8 28 11 Wilhnnt 11 1 63 t 8 15 13 Nam 13 1 52 r 7 35 20 Lee City 20 1 28 I 7 26 22 Helerbawa 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City 27 1 05 AMLvK P MLTK Noi 3 and 4 make close conaeelfea for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Yeti tacky Railway Division daily exeeptStls rtOs 1 and 2 connect at L E Juetloa with Chesapeake and Ohio for lit 8t rlin j INoloa with L A A for Beattyfille daily ex cept Sunday MaaapeCHAS 4 TRUSTWOBTIIYllemm e business qua old ettablbbed hens financial standing A straight Mweekly cask salary of 1800 paM fcf feIHLCro fitex +ee IIr UOCUH- Chklno l 1YL i jfo THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher i HAZEL GREEN I i t KY t GUANDDADS ROCKIN CHAIR L A homely built oMfashlonctl thing Its li3ovItwell polished from an age ot use t Its creaky rockers seemed to cry as I eacruclatlns pain And noisily protest against beIng put I such a trying strain Ior cencratlnn It had stood upon the bcIijeThe the tlamca licked iipwnnl through the chimney wide And young mil oM through years of tim I had li ved ami venenited It That otl pitl ottoniel rocking hair IIn which her granddad Used to sit She tout me all Its history that of the rosy fnce As we would sit on winter nights before tIaeeSIt left the bullderH hands prIIrI VWIthln a humble cottugp when tier pnind mother was a bride I Icwn through the generations till he tfire Inlitrlteil the prtz And ns sl c talked the reverent light thai lit the azure of her eyes Knchalntd my heart In willing Ixinds and 1 lbo pinned my love to It That old illtbuttnmtd racking choir Ii which her grundilud used to Mt She told me how the good old man would reldom leave Ihat honored Seat 4 When weIght of parsing years became too 5 heavy for his totfrlng reel And how hed sometImes sit rr hour JoC held as If In n heavenly spell LIon his knees an uK n hook the Illlile wellLI IO hr Ilin- winild5 kneel before site went Ito bwlI And say her prayers at his knev his wIthered bund IIMITI her Lend C And at sh talked lice lovely even with holy inspiration lit Aa rolkntthe slowly In the chair In J which her granddad ued to sit TwTtn only built for ono sin yet we j found It strong enough for two As In our hearts the spark ut love Into a flaming passion grew And Hplte Its lout protesting rttlkll I one night pre nd her to my lienrt And tkr the glowing words of lwO that made her mliK till death shall part And a I sit and nnteh her as she rock5 our liounelmr lx y to rtHIs eurlI toler sleepy hisitilI IItIft Ill Inld on hr nintheer trcnst I t1t that mllll It tsctiie Iis grfalcz thAn leer 100e tor It p That old llhttsIttOfltt rocking chaIr In which her JrRIHMa1 used to lIt p Denver Post a f i The Musician Next Door I iitJJlID ffi nm i1H By S Rhett Roman i9i i 9 Y may lhe that a flute iis worser HIT than a piano in the hands of ill I iHoii eionallc individual I mini raled Int then again no iiuui inn rxiieml ou a flute more I unit one limir tit a time lliiinaii lungs could stand 1U mure lull IIlie pinnll ITrat limit hIilclIlhtlf tint in vhiili to ex iruciatc Ithe can iriIit nrs IIC i 7 uext loor neighbor You Kiy you signed a years lease S fur these rooms I aekcd Harris S Yes tir they seemed to agree- S with your instructions so I thought I had better take them us they are downtown mill in pretty goidcuitill I tioa You said in the Frendl part IIi p town sir So IiJitii Harris They an very mod rooms and youve hail them ren ovated uite satisfactorily The up 5 hulxtervr you vinplnycil knows his = business I remarked looking round at the really tine unliiiic furniture tillingI the Itiglieei lihigeil5ltlIihS old falhtolwd rooms and Ithe Minilior but beautiful draperies It IONC toms chimed excollcntly well withI tthe lilaek rosewood dark mahogany is nIold rak vhich iiKidc uji the furnishing pitoI 1111 ipiarler of Ithisi pleasant Southern city Itull right Harris Those brack ets anti inyitli ornaments are su perb Im gluil you had tiling laid in a 1 Ito bathroom and electric lights and IiHS jtlt around I wish you bail found out about Ithat musician how cr Who ia hcV He has u French name sir Mr St Julian Daubert lit pliiys in tin 0Jicstra nt the French opera If i laii known about his living next thou 1 wouldnt have taken tin rooms sir a5 When I heard of it I thought the wall Sire so thick you wouidnt bi aiu ioyed Harris was setting the first 1 meal I was enjoying in my new qiiar tens and while giving this explanation a rythmlu running of settles canu J faintly hilt uinlibly from somebolyV ery nimble lingers over next door N i It woiildnt be so loud venturedp horns ciuisolingly placing Koipicfort 1 and COITCiS tIlt the tattle Iif the glass i doors on the front piaxa verc sliut hut it seemed springlike I thought Id better open them sir s Leave themI alone I interposed S us Harris went tlirinig the drawing ii1o room towards tin pretty ioncd French windows alirigith veranda evidently 11IfIIII it f close them s The scales drifted into some WllilII S tierftil exercises at least I supposed I i hey wen then I rccoguied MCR 11c iclscoiin and by the time I mii- ilghteit I a cigar and WIlt seated ruin f fortably in an nrinchair lby the suit i t of a Mood lire in an opeu flreplacf I was halfway rceonilcd to Mr St ilnlian laiilKrl munic His render lug and execution were astonishinglyI gotid Another fear assailed me Does he gut Icxsons 1 inquired aiiViouply I bclieicjie doF sir Harris ad 11111 ted reluctantly Good Lord f ejaculated in dis suavv C Fur having eoine to this gUild old southern town to ppend the wiiUer quietly compiling imllclassifying data I fur a Mprk1 was angagcd on I ex pected ti spend niost of niy mornings and etchings In the study 1 had in forSt c r3pit Va- ssliforp I 38 aware of the miueian next iioor Well if he giivc WSE1 1 e8SOI H Paying beside UeeUio i 4 5 1flI I 1 S 7 Stt remodeled and so graciously remInis- cent of times anti days tong past had token a strong hold on my fancy and I would certainly leave them with regret af think the old gentleman goes out io give his lessons sir I see him dayHarrisI ngaintttheI insisted on their being used be J1llamntllnwith the gus anti softened it- o Who races for any but Ihohl mas tIIf one familiar with their snl llme inspirations IIlIuI htlzilJen joying till glorious strains Monsieur IOatihertV sonatas carried I IItieltlhllrAei anti Ieipsie tutu my university days and in Ithe light curl of smoke going up from my cigari to the faded fres coes of the ceiling I seemed to sec Ithe laughing face of N certain little bnronncss who certainly taught me more anti better icrman titan the professors llill Itjieb rtnd Handel and those days of outhful love and folly antI the light licarteil joy nil came back on the rip pling notes IItI was latet when MonsieurI I hi ii bert closed his Kranl with a hang Crush ImllriertI Mill getting up from tiiyeasy chair I prepared to follow lIris example and go Ito lied It wont be so unendurable I Ithought the moonlight sonata still ringing in my ears provided he doesntI gilt music lessons Things net er Iturn out as theyare expected to which of course makes ithe surprises of joy anil anguish whleh go to iniike I p human exist CUre I uiieouseioiislyi grew III wait im patientlyI I for those pleasant lulling hour of practice1i on tthe pinno by my nextdoor jieighbor- ItI seemed to me when I hail liied lor some months in my iManlifiil old rooms from whose lialeony a distant jlimpsc of crowded shipping tilting the titer front was visible and into whose recesses the wind wafted scents of walt olive and other winter blossoms from a square nearby as Ithe curly spring came and the doors on the balcony were thrown onn I grits to imagine I could read the iitth meter of my neighbor the mu sician in Itilt touch on the keyboards anti by his wonderful interpretation of the thoughts heartbeats and sib liiue aspirations as expressed in the music he drew in so masterly and pa thetic a fashion front the instrumentj which talked and Ii1nilmaul wept and dreamed strange dreams under his touch IYet 4 could read it all distinctly was a dIp intensity of feeling grand aspirations pathrtic sorrow nnd a gentleness almostI feminine and yet a lboldspirited decision in iiit artist neighbor which betrayed a cbaraeler of infinite capacities and lovrnbliMiiss Harris taki this note nrr and i tilt fur an answer I hope MI Ian bert will dine with me this evening When lit came it seemrd a bur Itsque on my romantic reading of his character to sec what an insignificant man Mr Daubert really was although refined and remarkably gmxllookinir There was neither strength tine purpose in his fare hilt he was well bred and pleasant I laughed secretly at my absurd interpretation of imagi nary characteristics because the skill ful technique of a Irlinldmllsicilln interpreted correctly some splendid pages of music Monsieur Daubert grew flushed and decidedly voluble and enjoyed the YqtiiMii anil IJoeilercr IHarris poured all to libcniily in tin glasses He be came coiumiinieativi when coffee ami lipuors were placed on the table and Harris went outI It was sad Ito bi a poor fellow playing nightly in an orchestra when lorinerly there hail been so much wealth IHis manner was that of his ancestor lean Iierrc Sameur titiI- sril utah then was a manpiisatf cmiiing to him by rights in the old liitroliine province of France iiou hind it all vanished Well circumstances and then after his young wifes death line ango de IlIalltehl hall been reckless mill foolish Yes Monsieur Jlatilwrt hum lily acknowledged Ithat lie hind in bis despair plunged into speculation all dissipation Was ho nut excusable Kvcrythilig had gone hilt his violin utah his talent So he went from place Vt place anti played in orchestra This winter he was in Xew Orleans but in a few weeks he would be guile it was nearly right and lit must lair ry The curtain would rise promptly ami the overture wan by no means ijerfect Ve shook hands There would Ibo tin nnuii next door that evening and the house would be dull Will 1 would certainly miss my Uighbor the marquis by rights when he and his violin went otT with tilt opera troupe With such wonderful talent ou the piano wondered why lc dill not drop his orchestra playing and tour till country mat a great vir troyo on IthatI instrument I took out my papers sail manu script a ndI prepared for some hours if solid work IHello how dill Monsieur Daubert get hark bo s utili WVllthat was hit business I was glad of the cause whatecr it was 1 put down pen and pencil mind prepared Ito enjoy myusual concert as the light fingers rippled over a pro Jide all the more so that soon si It nee would reign in the room next iloor Sitting in a dimly lit room close to tlupell door of the balcony and looking taut at a Hood of moonlight resting calm total white over the quiet old street and ancient buildings my neighbors melodies came like the farewell of one long known whose absence would leave a strange void It was fast approaching the hour when Monsieur uuiaUy left off play lingA cab rapidly driven stopped be fore the front door There were IiceAhurriedsteps and a slight cryV and that lumeflnLte commotion which indicates trouble of some JIoOrt I ran 3t ii stairs and asked the driver what Vthe matter One of the musicians at the French tipera got Info a little trouble1 the mann explained NothIng much only there had been BOW ttnir 1fc M bW f 4 home by his friends Ho hat bees drinking Hed be all right in the morningTwo coming out of my neigh bors door speaking volubly in French corroborated the mans state mentI back turned on the elec Inc lights nail prepared for an hour or two of hard work wondering over what seemed rather inexplicable It wits quite late when there was a light hurried knock at the door Im afraid he is very ill lie iis so restless and he does not reeognie me I cant leave him and I saw the light oxer here so I thought I stood silent too much amazed at the beauty of the face before me to nnsw Ther timid request until a soft color like a pink flame swept over it and tier great greyeves tilled with tears I beg your pardon a thousand timei I said hurriedly Of course I will do anything in the world for Monsieur Daubert fun sure you art needlessly alarmed IIf you will let me go tllaim I eiiu judge better what Ito do We went ci v n stairs and over into my neighbors room which wrs burn and forlorn an Kranl piano standing against the partition wall On a poor little cot Mrl i Daiibort lay muttering anal tossing Nothing to li alarmed about I said Hrranginjr a bandage tthrough whih blood hid oozed Slit knelt by him and leaning lice hen I near him murmured soothing lly while stroking his restless hands Who Iis nheV I wondered lining whrt IIllIlIlll to relieve him before going for a physician and nurse Vlien I came back with both f learned that the wound was unit sc riois i is habitsi like nIl Ithese Itohcmias iniiician lire evidently very bUll The man is a hard drinker Itut hell be all over it in a few days tu frind Itolton said writing out a pre scription after giving directions That daughter of his iis the most perfectly beautiful woman I ever untie Splendid too Shes devoted to him anti miles superior to him Cood old stock but lies gone to the dogs and she follows him all over time country to take care of him Strangers No indeed Itt known Vm for years Holton added as we went down the hell together Why Ive told Alma a hundred times she ought tt marry me instead of supporting that her goodfor nothing father teaching music and nursing him when he gets into troll hit Shes till greatest pianist I Ieier heard and the grandest woman f know The front door closed on Button who promised to conic early in the morning and I went slowly back to the bare room where the wounded man lay The narse says she wont have you lucre That you must go to bed I said gently taking Almas hand antI leading her away Wo nursed hint together for a few lays and IK recovered V lease tomorrow Alma said leaning IUT folded arms on the iron railing of the balcony that last teen ing I recall so well Slit was looking musingly tilt at the ancient old city and narrow lamplit streets softened by faint mists mind the shadows of nigiit Hut I will never forget your kind ness she said softly You will come bark I asked slowlyOh yes some day when we are married she added smiling while a radance swept over her fare The Kranl piano Will to be carted tawny after they left 1ut now it stands in a corner of this room and the Cupids ami IHyches in tIre fresco ceiling look laughingly down localise it jis never open It atm gittingtim wry well with my work I have collected an im mense amount of valuable data The press has made flattering mention entirelyi unsolicited as to the com ing Ibook and its author Keputation and wealth Satisfied ambition Bah The evenings are dull anti slow in passing and I often sit idle and long vainly for the light touch of agile lingers to luring to mo Ithose melodies which used to drift in with the moon light through thOpell door lint the scratching of my pen is time only sound audible She slipped away from me like the paling light on the balcony and these enumtymusehess yeavsN O TimesDemocrat Ill Word for It Mrs Irown i iII woman equally remarkable for kindness of heart timid absence of mind One day she was accosted hu beggar s7hose sttaut and healthy appearance startled ecu her iintoI doubt of the need of charity in this case Why she exclaimed you look well able to work Yes replied tIme suppliant Mhul I have been deaf and dumb these seven yearsPoor iiitiu What an afliictinn exclaimed Mrs Brown opening her purse anil handing him a quarter On returning home she mentioned tin occurrence and remarked What u dreadful thing it is to be deprived of such faculties But how masked the daughter did you Know that the man was deaf and dumb Why was the innocent answer he tcild me uYouths Companion chief Olmlncle to Succr The halt of skimming of sitting things in a careless superficial man tier is one of the greatest stumbling blocks to success and it is a habit to whirls young Americans are especially prone In the hurry to rush ahead and achieve in one year or two what it has taken others perhaps with more ability and more iHiwer years and years of patient toil and waiting to accomplish they commit blunders and fall into errors which retard and perhaps inden mutely postpone their advancement O S Marden in Success Friendly Comment He What a beautiful picttfee Mis Pinkem makes standing then by the piano SkcrYes she certainly is most ex 1iUItely painted Chicago Pallji iews1 J p I OHE OFTtfB EAULY BIRDS SCIENCE AND I DU TRYII Successful experiments nave bctii wade fur obtaining alcohol and sugar from pine and brich sawdust In Canton there are IS German firms which do 50 per cent of the total import trade of that port und 75 per remit of the export traffic That the gus engine large or small Is now developed to an efficiency at which it can rival the steam engine ill reliability is admitted French cabinetmakers have learned a ssiayatf preparing sawdust and mak ing it into articles of ornament that resemble carved woodwork The Geographical society of lomlon has awarded the Jill memorial medalI to Ellsworth Huntingdon tIn Ameri can explorer of the Euphrates region On the Ilth of February last just 100 years had expired since the first side walks as we know them were built in Paris the first city in the world that had them An iisland off the Russian coast at Cape Ruszkij Saworot recently left its moorings and drifted northward The government had to send a steamer to rescue the inhabitants hums an excess of iirewood IIrance with difficulty and an in of wood for manufacture Her hill for imported wood amounts to 2000000 a year Knglandsis 50 times that sum The cause of diziness or vertigo in looking from the top of a high tour or building is that in looking about till eye must adjiut itself s o rapidly to dif ferent horizons that one gets the sensa tion of a lark of elluilibriumII HE HATCHED TROUBLE Somewhat Fllnlhtr numlnnllcn of a itooier Who Vao rioekrd Alas sighs the poor husband as his wife leaves time room and he picks himself out of the debris of the hunk shelves thins what a gwwc I was to call her my littleI duck He buries himself in sorrowful re flections says ludgc Yes he moans that was what started it allit that time I did not know she was no spring chicken I thought hwas a bird He rubs his nose and fingers his ears gingerlyI when I asked her to share my nest he mutters that I would rule the roost Thinking anew of tIme poker party to which he had been invited that even ing and to which because of circum stances beyond his control he was not going he said What a jay I a1 No wonder she rails me an old pelican And no won her the neighbors say I am hen pecked He begins tearing his hair again KlUn his wife reenters the room The bight of him ruffles her Tonic oil time perrl slie sImups There is a limit to human endurance That night he flew the coop lion One tadlan Wrote- a Creek iuimiaum gave mc the neatet cola r plexus itie day says Deputy Story in the Wagoner Iecord during a brief period of respite from Uncle Sams duties About M witnesses siere packet in behind the rail in lily office waiting for their feet I haul the register book ready and Iliioy each had to sign I came to this IIndian and he pulled the book toward him upside down mind you reached for a pencil nnd started to sign I told him to hold on riot to sign it upside down and tried to turn the book around We arc not allowed to have erasures on the record and the government I s mighty particular The Indian put his nand on the book and held it and says Its all right this way And blame ne if be didnt signi his name hack ward and upside down as quickly and fn a hitter hand than I can write in he ordinary manner Fact iis the In Jian is as a whole a long sighti better educated andt helter writer tItan the white men who Iiamong them Kansas City Journal IPUNGENT PARAGRAPHS You cant convince a brunette that all iis fair in love Chicago Daily New Snapped 1pMrshiansomI cant imagine how such a horridly homely man as Mr Pnggins ever got a wife Mr Hansom Hensed to work at Silk CoV and possibly hoiorgot himself and sat down on the bargain counter NY Weekly Mr Pansy Just think I was told today of a man who buried a wife and Itwo children in the afternoon and thrum went to the theater in the even ing Mrs PausyAmidyet he wasnt inconsiderate he was only an under tnklrTown nnd Country Sympathy That actor seems to be thoroughly in sympathywith Shake speare said the admirer Yes an swered Mr Stormington Barnes he iis in a position to sympathize with him Shakespeare you know was regarded as an exceptionally inferior actor Washington Star A Diplomatic Editor A young lady recently sent this extraordinary re quest to the editor of her church pa per Do you think it is right for a girl to sit in a mans lap even if she is engagedIzrime religious editor an swered herquestion thusly If it were our girl and our lap y s if it were an other fellows girl nnd our lap yes but if it were our girl anti another fel lows lap never never neverBuf falo Times- Legally Qualified An old hut still sprightly patriarch stepped up to vote How long have you resided in this pre duct asked one of tin judges of the election ret me sxr said time old man musingly I moved here this next year after Tamech was horn Seven from nine leaves two Eight from Ifi is eight One to carry Two from nine is seven Something over 7SQ years gentlemen lam old enonsh to vote tnoif anybody should ask you Whereupon there being no ob jection lmtusehuhufor it was he was allowedtodeposit his ballot thaI timore American Iienrl arahte- The precious pearl iIn produced at least in many cases by the presence of a minute parasite in this shellsecret ing mantle of the pearloyster and other niolluskw from which pearls are obtained spherical sac forms around the parasite which becomes a nucleus about which the substance of tile gem jis gradually built up in concentric layers Sometimes the parasite remains at tIme center of the pearl and sonic times it migrates from the sac before ft has become hopelesslyI imprisoned Itcasoning upon these facts Dr II Lyster Jameson to whose efforts lie discovery of some of them iis dUI smug gests the possibilityi of the artificial I production of marketable pearls by infecting beds tf pearloysters with the particular species of pnrasitcs that mare known to attack such mollusks with the effects above described Youths Companion Might HST Been AVone Senator Mason of Illinois sat in his committee room looking nut at the sunshine and singing merrily albeit somewhat off tIme key You seem happy hilly snit a friend whocame in fora man who has jut been beaten for reelection Why not asked Mason lalivayc tried to look on time bright side of things Do you remember the story of the Irish shoemaker out in Chicago who had both legs cut off by a train Cheer up said the surgeon who came in trim him up It might have been worse You can still work at your trade Sure it might have been worse SupposerhadPittsburgGazetteGazettePutthng Thrum to the Teat Mabel Ive been taking painting Ira sons for six weeks and now Im going to have an exhibition and invite all m friends lack Thats a good way to find out who arc your real friends Stray Sto rics American Women Lead the World By MRS CAROLINE P WALLACE Lecturer oa tho Women of India HE American girl is the most beautiful on earth Her fullness of health and vigor and spirit command the admiration of both sexes allover the world while Indian girls are shriveled wrink led and ready to die at 18 These splendid girls arc the mothers of the natin and their influence on affairs is immeasurable Nor think of this beautiful American girl having been a wife foi ten years at 18 just as she is on the thresholdof young womanhood Think of this and you will have a picture of the Indian woman at 18 But many of the Indian child wives do not live to be even 18 Many haeInant of beauty or symmetry of figure left The Indian widow is a social outcast She is blamed for the death of her husband She is everybodys slave To marry her would be to lose your caste They think niothersinlaw are bad enough over here but in India the child wife is the servant the slave oXtheniotheria law The Indian wife is her husbands slave the American wife is her husbands peer in most things his superior in other things The Indian husband is worshiped by his wife H ty godrtJK1 American wik s ofteu wlM diYfee byhcr 9tY Jt r Jr P h rv c c 0 c c t t ltrlf SALT oR Tn AGZD fke ConMiaa Article Ve bjrvBerl- lPhriteUM te Prfv mr Arterial Deicasratlea AL excecdinghyibtercsliuginvestigae tioa of the causes and ills of advancing ape has recently been conducted by Dr Trunecek a noted Berlin scientist He declares that the most characteristic of these ills is due to deficiency of salt in the blood which causes a hardening of the arteries arteriosclerosis lit physicians term it Dr Trunecek hat been treating aged patients suffering1 from arteriosclerosis by injection of a salute solution aid with very astonish big results states the Chicago Ameri eau Arteriosclerosis is an affection al most exclusively confuted to the second half of life for il Icpendson aH kinds of chronic poisoning anti on the use and inaltrcatmenl of the arterial walls Nevertheless it iis not excessively rare to meet with it in subjects who are yet young eithrr because of a special prc disposition of peculiar vnlnerability of the blood vessels 111 of serious chem ical or microliiau poisoning This malady is characterized by a local or general ihiikeninp which starting in the internal layer of the artery extends later to the middle and outer layers It forms in tilt great arterial trunks more or less numerous layers isolated or confluent often re sembling enrlilageand infiltrated with cnlcareoiiK salts among which phos phate of lime holds a foremost place In the small arteries and the mph laries the hardeninp process goes so far as to ftransform their walls iuuio a fibrous and compact tissue thai pives to the touch the sensation of a rigid tube nr cord The disagreeable and even danger Otis consequences of such a change in ones arterif are apparent It may re sult in ttheir further degeneration and nlceratiun of time arterial walls ending in death and if matters do not go KO far it may lead at least to Pass of elas ticity iiuu the greater arteries with diminution of the caliber and to the actual obliteration of their finer branches The blood does not flow so readily through them and anemia re sults with all its connected evils The resistance encountered by the hlom in creases the work of the heart whose enlargement often follows as well as other heart troubles dependent on dis orders of the nervous system When a man or a woman has attained a certain ape and may be said to be in his or her declining years artcrios elerosis is a malady almost impossible to avoid A deposit of calcareous salts and particularly of phosphate of lime a compound insoluble in tlistilled water limit soluble in a solution of corn mon salt constitutes Ithe principal factor of the malady RANK OF THE WHITE HOUSE In tint of Archltrrlorr the Preil ilrntlnl Mansion In in a Ctns Itr Itnelr One moonlight night in June 1903 while strolling through tin grounds with Mr lliarle IF McKiin one of the members of the park commission we hen hII ourselves on one of those mounds which tradition ascribes Ito John juincy Adams taste in land icapatmrehmil eel tire writes Charles Moore in The Restoration of the AVhiie House in Century That after noon crowds of people arrayed in joyous costumes befitting the semitropics luau come from Itime hot city to rest un der the treesand listen to the Saturday concert of the Marine band The mu sicians clad in white duck were lo cated in a little depression so that the sound of the music rolledup the elopes to the attentive audience A year before we hint observed the same effect atI Versailles anti both time similarities anti the differences of tIme two pictures were being discussed nil- eIs sat in Ithe quiet night behind tthe locked pates where not a tound from time city streets broke the grateful noise of water splashing in the foun president and time lights of their cigars were echoed by time drowsy fireflies tilting brillillntlylighlrdt flee even snpgestinp time workaday world The moonlight shininp full on the while house revealed Itue har hapcTellamong the great houses that have been built during recent years in tha general style of the white house many of them larger and much more costly is there any that in point of architecture surpasses it Xo there is not one in the same chamissiith it he replied deliberately a judgment confirmed later under the noonday sun KtlhhirI Turtles with Arrow Killing a turtle with an arrow ccme a very difficult feat since a very hard shell covers practically all of the ani mill yet the natives of the Andaman islands kill huge turtles with arrows as easily as American sportsmen kill rabbits with shot Accustomed front their childhood to tue bows mind ar rots they soon becojne wonderfully skilcd in the utc of these primitive weapons and as they know the places where the turtles congregate it iit briutghomethey try their skill on large fish and though the latter are harder to kilt than turtles there are a few island ers who rarely miss their mark Fishing Gazette A SuggestIon Burgess What a humbug Dolver Is When I asked him if he had read my article about The Epochal Era he said he had und that it was the finest thing he had seen for years hut when 1 came to question him I found he didnt know the tint thing about the article What doyou think ofthatYerrossI think it should be a lea son to you to let well enough alone text time Boston Transcript A Tralntn Table Friend of mine todllJaid Mr Kidder was talking of coming here toboarde iI Mpef remrtii Mrs Starve 1 etableSuet Tjott hIajiIbithi-ng 1s hIit Jh s I aM waois lo wcmw blji timliui Stavd ut Ttmt 1 A 1ie 5ttT surJinnthijiplacetoahOJrthati aiHl1lo est worth to be met with m i I iwtkhto many frauds are reportsIa aidxtSJIianI i1ijt1 Kheumatumi Kidney and HeartarWHrj UI i Lremtdleiia i 005them t tikiticDodde1rthat they were an honest remedy that wold i forJb1tnThtuaeajnunI PilIiareI au4Kidneyj Cite essence If kntnsiedgu is binlt ml t i iI OOfllciulStop Ihe Conch BrowQuinine S refreshingTdhleyrmad fPisost Cure for Consumption iian infalli I WNmuelA man mutt become tiice at hms ran ex jpense Montaigne Opium nail LIquor Habit CartdBook free BMWoolleylLDtAUantaGi BACKACHE ii Backache is a forerunner aiid one of the moat common symy toms of kidney trouble and womb displacement i READ MISS BOLLMANS EXPERIENCE a Some time ago I was in a very weak condition my work made me nervous and my back ached frightfully all the time and I bad terrible 1head aches LldlnEpound for me and it seemed to strengthen my bade and help me at once and I did not get so tired as before I continued to take it and it brought health and strength to me and i want to thank you for the good it has don meMias leArn UOLLMAX 142nd St Wales Ac New York City 5000forfeit eoiJabout Ittttr prating gtnuintnta cannot Lyditv E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound cures because it is the greatest known remedy for kidney and womb troubles Every woman who is puzzled about her condition should write to Mrs Pinklmm at Lynn Mass and tell her all ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver PiUs Must Rear Signature of ze See FcoSisUe Wrapper Below 11TIW7 IIeI 5it CARTEfSrnu rnuYER ILL FM FHIEAIACHE DIZZINESS FM IIUIUSNER i FIR TIRPli LIYU- FIICUTIPATIOL IFIRUILIWSKIR i Ffl TWECIMPLEXIII AUUt i Jiif1i7TgetahiIeI u I CURESICICHEADACHE ai ALABASTINE Tli Only Durable Wall Coaling Wall ri I1ar7 Kau tan panI7 rot nbcaudate JABdTUlE ts i S punt ntudwibitamll uuiI4 tlb i5 b auss is imr fcrpttat 4oln tyat r KIT is rinitisb amass Of WOlTKlfU ultraThullSMJWMTWC CO lucid R pI4s MI- iIEWMITYNTWE w You can buy of us atwhole sale prices iisd save money Our 1000page catalogue tells the story We will send it upon t receipt of 15 cents Your ncighboes tfctfe with uswvby not you l t 5 CHICAGO kMM tft Wile UM tniUt 5f thssIoNs OF A WOMAN w Woman Sat Abnut Vetr ClUUIda4 ougb many mtu have written s paper regarding the prospects Yestcrn Canada arJ Its great pos llttes it may not be unintcrest to give the experience of a wom q I settler written to Mr M V Mc Governmentrof the Government whose name is attached to the advertisement ap paperTheto HHldown Alberta Kebv 5 1003 Dear Sir r I have been here now nearly tire years and thought I would write you a woman impression of West ern Canadain Alberta There are fceveral ranchers In this district who in addition to taking tare of their cattle carry on farming us well Their hcnl of cattle number from 100 to 200 or 300 heads nnd live out all winter without any shelter than the poplar bluffs and they conic In in the spring in good order Most pHrtfear but 1 have seen the finest flit onttle I ever saw that never got II peck uf grain only fattened on the grass Nou see I have learned to talk farm tince I came here farming iis the great business here I know several ill this district who never worked a day on the farm till they came here soil line done well and are getting well off I think this will be the garden of tin Northwest some day and that lny not very far distant There hits been n great change inee we came greaterhiangewinters are all anyone could wish for We have very little snow nail the climate is fine and healthy last summer was wet but not iin ex lent to damage crops which wire a large average yield and the hay was immense and farmers wore a broad smile accordingly- Ve have good schools the Govern ment pays 70 per cent of the ex grtatlon e churches of different denominations follow the settlements Summer pie tiles and winter concerts are nil well attended and as much or more en joyed as in the East Who would not prefer the pure air of this climate with its broad acres nf fine farms its rippling st reams its beautifuli lake its millions of wild lowers its x1l1isitcflanlring with fishanti its prairies and bluffs with game to the crowded nnd stiff state of society in Ithe lastI would like to go home for a visit Mimetinic but not to go there to live even if presented with I hue best farm In Michigan Iteaiitiful Alberta 1 will never leave it And my verdict ilLt only a repetition of all who have settled in this country This year I believe will add many thousands to our population And if the young men nnd old men also knew how easy tbey could make a home free of I II incumbrance in this country thousands more would have settledI 1 ere I would sooner have 160 acres lucre than any farm where I came from in Michigan hut the people in the East are coining to a knowledge of this country and us titryun they will come West in thousands All winter people have ben arriving in iAIbcrtn and I suppose in other parts exIlectigets warmer We have no coal famine lucre coal Tn be bought in the towns for 2 z to 1 according to distance from the mine and many haul their own coal from the mines getting it there for 50 cents to a dollar a ton Very truly yuurs Signed Mrs John McLachlan Eleventh Hour Itefiolutlona are bsdinvctigate the chances in the Great Southwest at once Write for our entertaining books and a copy of Farming n the Southwest free low rate rxcur lions on the firi and third Tuesdays of each month A k about the rates Address KATY305 Wainwright IJldg StJL0ui 4Mo I IIv1uijeI PA1NiANOUlSH J BItPYIA ANGELTHOU AnnjOAcr ZJJ IIJJJIf w J J lfJSOIDEYIPJ7B r I t I n MODEL NEST BOXES I I Their IJplantrl a Kmnaan Poaltrr j nina Say They llarr Given I lIea of I StiafaeiioII I I I I The e nest boxes ate in use on III tillll1ThcI I I t I for 24 hens to lay nt once The fop isII slanted as shown in lefthand showing door to tier of lIOtI11ThisI two lower tiers of nests separate doors for each box a lien the door maui be closed as haveII hut shows doors open in both ti rsz z 1MAN KOU NEST BOXES This iis a jo nlway f protecting the citing lien from being disturbed by lither and iis better than board laid over a box wilUl rocks on it The doors are braced with ttwo cleats made from a piece mine by four I lit kix inches by ripping it I loin MIC cor flee to t hr oilier Thesrare nailed onto till tlnors 111 Conn a slip prcItUIhas a lode three indies in diameter bored in center to give air to hens In the evening when gathering eggs all doors can be closed and fat eliId ts ith buttons which prevents fowls front roitslinj on rdgrs of nut boxes or door i hereby always kceiing nests clean Time whole nest bix iIa open at had and iis set against the wall of chicken muse and fastened to it Iby two hooks it resting on cleats e which mule nailed onto waH ISy unhooking tthe whole thing can b laid back downwanl utah all cleaned at once Kueli door is fas tened tto box by a hinge The nesli are Tour inches deep from door I If Itoo deep heavy hen often break eggs in jumping onto nest hut in this box tthey just still in Time entire tier is eight hy three and tJ incItes wide Each nest is 1J inches Iartl IIV Kntul on in Farm and Home SOUND MANAGEMENT ilihout It Poollrv Nailing t nnant OP Mmlr IrolllHhlr In Thh cc i tumlIIlinn Ipon many farms lucre iis a lack of ystem in the seirctinn of the lien nnd pnll tr for breeding purposes and for other purpose IIt is the priciice of tome to sell just what when the time comes 1111111111I again all the old hens arc sold off anil now and thtn one will be found who will insisti on keeping the old hens Nuts there should louiic icnson for the pursuance of all these practices We know of instances where pullets do more than liens in the way of laying tutu it is alto well to say thai thereis a reason for iit If Ithe pullets nut not hutched early in the spring it will be better to retain the liens tthan ito place too much stress on the pullet Late hatched pullets will oficn pi me disap pointing Some old hens it ill perform satisfactoryI service until bIHe four I i lthialohioand under all kinds of management Very much will depend on tthe mode of feeding whether the hens or ihr pullet will gie the best salisfuciion One rcaon why hens seem to fail sooner than they should iis due t II the act thatt the liens being mature fattent more easily and ihe pullets I Winu in i growing condition arc not in a po sition I lo admit of comparison Ili iik detrimental to laying bens to have thrill too On lite falII ore1f of i plan lo save a few of 1hlarlilSL hatched each year and let the re mainder go to market Some of the best hens should be retained 1I1111ht1- an be selected by their acliiity stud the solar of I heir combs It jis less ex pensive to keep a good lieu two or tthree years than it iis to produce pullets to take their places Caleb in Midland Farmer AMONG THE POULTRY Clean out the coops often filth iis un healthy at any season of the year Are you keeping an accurate rccoiVi of your poultry account including cost of labor and the income from your sales Make a few Pot dustI baths by dig ging up a little space near the rnn then dump on a pan of ashes and the lice will have a hard time while the htcks will dp better If there is any foundation fur the claim that eggs hutch lust in nests upon the ground proiide this uondi ijon by placing some fresh earth or an overfed sod in the bottom of tIle neM boxtthen cover lightly with some fine nest material Mich as cut straw or tine bay rrairie Farmer The SUngle flee of Cuba Among its other curiosities Cuba has a variety of honey bees that are cn irely stingless although they have sowerful jaws pnd will bite other in iects if disturbed by them They are very small and hnre ninny other pecul mantles shch as keeping the brood ti ontal soul keeping the en trance bPuTeJjfve so small that only one bee can Jnjan out at a iliac fn place of bNeycoInb they deposit Hide honeyw large cells of ax about ibe afaft sad shape of a puHcta egg Some t l 1 WS cells will bold osmucA D tiioiab3up esfalstbeyreEealed i hi wiea full The nrin a1 output is tUisleat I TO qtvatt per co1ua ud SELLING MILK LAMBS They Can Be Dlnponeil Of al n llcltel Vrottl Than Tlioir Two or Three Sfonth Older Iiiveisligntioiih by Irof Thrninj Shaw demonstrate that tht grower ol lambs on the arable farm should aim to market them when young How withIMilk lambs will luring the most money probably when theyweigh front 10 to CO pounds alive If the dam are good milkers and if they are prop erIe fed the lambs should reach that saul weights in from 70 to 90 days from birth says the New York Farmer- It iill pretty certain that it will pay better to sell lambs that come early as In February and March at some period short of till weaning season especially if they art plump and fat as they are then likely to hiring a higher h price per pound and it has cost less to make one pound of increase than the same would cost if the lambs were not sold until several months later When farmreared lambs are not sold while yet on the dams the aim should be to have them ready for market not later than October 1 that iis to say the aim should be to fatten them on rape sown for the purpose or on rape and clover or other green feed In no other way can they be fattened so cheaply They conic Into the market before the rush of fattened lambs is on and should therefore sell for a good prier They are out of the way on time farm before winter sets in thus saving ex Ins in food and in providing shelter anti because they tire tint of the way it is more easily possible for the firmer to fat tern other sheep or lambs if he is so minded later in the season Happily the markets of today arc such as to encourage the grower ofr lambs to market them when young For instance I ho market prefers a lamb at so 10 UO pounds lo one KM in ito pouuds The former will sell noire readily anti for more money per pound than the latter antI this should tenil to encourage the grower to put liii lambs un the market at an early age nut it would be possible to press tin idea too far IIt may not pay the grow er of a Lincoln lamb to sell tIme product so early as the grower of a Southdown lamb owing to the greater relaiiv capacity of the former to grow quick Ily at an tige more advanced than that possessed by the latter- REVOLVING TROUGH It Is sii cleaned Uhrn tullripi tiurneut imnul IoimriiKe litter So- table ilinnuagra- II send you plan IIr a Iuh IIuun strncted which iis easily cleaned w hen quarter t tinted and can easily Tfe rolled about to use the dry ttrough by turning same onefourth at a time I use a maini hoard I lt I itches wide Ranged lIILtlluiv to c nrlIil but hu illl Six luiehu bosnia tim e theti iiuilcil iii tin eathi stile ttill hirst huti lIer buck uf Inllr lim t tIps seareetetiun LAUOKSAV1NG TROlGH ing to line and nailing tinnlyi the other I set back of time line on opposite side of board thereby getting room to drive the nails in second hoard SailI firmly then take from ends two i4 inch square pieces cf oneinch board tit ide margin equally all riumutiulat each arm or edge cf trough and nail securcly to end For inside Use 3sluttite I htting them between upright j osls witb iron pins sit iin center of ends of t ruuuughso they can revolve I bore a second hile throuh the post III upright about sixi inches above center or axis tthen hunt ing trough iin position I bore through ends of each of the four troughs at title end keeping bit in hole in upright and turning each trough so as Iii he level across itt edges In this hmuIa wooden pin is loosely lilted to keep ttrough from turnint when in Use re moving pin to turn iiul again faten init sumac Letter in Ohio Farmer iood Mn micllortU llourt M siicliu etts is now said to pos sess some of the heat roadt in the Initcd Slate They are believed to be equal to the best rouiU of Ku rope thnllgh11wIe are but W miles of them as yet They are calif il stiilIC roads The statet spent lust year Out 000 in the building of these roads which mist SJOOO per mill The cou st ruction is under control ufu tutu manent commission of three men and these hah charge of all payments alto for maintenance The Uw is snub that only ten miles of the e hard roads can be built in any one county in II period of six years One fourth of the money spent must be paid over by the county lit ihe time of thu completion IIr the road The system seems to be giving good re stills and thus people are satisfied to see these hard roads increasing in number year by year tverge 5ued Kutlmtq Amount of seed required per acm 0 is cstimaled to be as follows Wheat one ant onehalf to two bushels rye one anil onehalf bushel tints three bushels barley two bushels peas two to three bushels white beans one and onehalf bushels buckwheat otichalf bushel orchard grass two bushels corn in hills four to eight quarts broom corn one half bushel potutoes 10 to 15 bush els beets three pounds carrots two pounds ruta baga threequar ters pound miltlett onehalf bush el clover white four quarts clover red eight quarts timothy six quarts red top one to two pvJcs blue grass two bushels mixed lawn grass one to two bushels tobacco two ounces Do not trouble yourself about youi neighbors system of management See thnto1l ownIs perfect The old est androost cxpeH ncedbreeder does not know it silt tie wsst jtiU biT1 Q tJttftJe r t l j1J i 4 FOR THE COMING SEASON Ionic of the Style In Gowas and XII Starry That Will tinact Vat Trmal Attention It looks us if the coming season will bring lace and embroideries more than ever to the fore for newer were these luxuries seen in greater quantities say the Chicago Inter Ocean Some of the laces too are ofan Indescribable coarseness the meshes of the antique sorts being as open as curtain borders Wide bands in these laces introducing the heaviest patterns with cobwcblike threads ar already appearing upon Initiate frocks and a favorite disposition is to put tthe band straight down the front of the frock Kuuhing from stock to skirt border such a piece if it comes anywhere near the required width is often the sole trimming of an elegant costume Whole indices are made by whipping together thin narrow antique laces These are mounted upon silk without the chiffon i interlining which accompany more delicate weba Pongees always seemed gnomes tint ivortli the candle when self ttriinmed as their neutral tones were anything but glorifying Hut now the richly tinted needlework used on them supplies just the touch needajt and nothing could be more effective than the present designs The colors are magnificent all the hues of Aztec and Egyptian pottery being reproduced The needlework also takes the shape uf these clumsy designs of the an lents However not too much of the pongeeitti i band of it at tthe front of thin bodice with tthe repetition of color on the cuffs and neck band If the stock is supplied wilha little turnover collar the embroidery iis on this alone timid frequently there is only a single eccen tile figure at the front Color iit rampant with tho nev ma Itrials and bund borders in brilliant I t are t a appear even upon black ons Thare rarely ijvcr three iiiclie n hit and title accompanying a box dress of black veiling was less than half an inch in width The painted model which go with these gown pat terns show how tilt bands are to lie used Newchallis lIIclllllllin are selfbor solvingfand spotted textures were always difli ctilt to t rim The borders imitate with their detached boiiqiieU and garlands of small flowers tIll designs of the nearlylilcthe e i Since flounces Ire fashion able and with niieh edges to border them a muslin frock U no longer a problem Sprint hats in muny instances ree veal an increase of llatnes some uuf the shapes topping thin heath without a ign of crown A novel material em ployed bv milliners fur made hints emit bines a straw web with luce One be wildering chapeaii was of white laca with ib straw poiiinn in the cool greeniti gmus of lichen ireen and 55 liiutries tilled o it Ithe huge tar ban the sides and the whole look of the structuret was cool and sylvan Manj large summer hats are seen with i railsparent lace ur tulle brims tumid crown i f closelyI massed tlowcr or leaves for the ornaments of the wood iixniph art still much employed A garden Kirty orcarriagehnt isof pearl with tulle gathered rneagerly titer a large wir frame While velvet grape with green satin leaves eompOred tho Itrimming the fruit and foliage lying all user the shape with a fetching care lessness DONE WITH A LAMP CHIMNEY Various Vu In V hleh the Article May He Made tu Srrre a flood luruo r A chimneyi taken from a lighted lamp iis one of the best and most quickly pre pared hut applicationsl Simply slip the hot chimney iinto an old stocking aiui apply to tile pin If steam iin needed take a damp warm cloth and wrap iiriitind the chimuiy If till hlat iis for a cough or the croup wrap in llannel rag smeared with 111111011 tal low a miii tturpentine Applied IIIthe sliest or iluoai relief will be had al most at once If your feel are cold at night place a hot chimney to Ithem and Ithey will out be warm A lamp chiliiney iis especially practicable dur ing summer moiilJis when the tires tile hilt for yon can liglit the lamp and titus have hut applications in a few minutes tronp colic toothache ear iche roughs rheumatic pains and multi iy othert lii illcc before the hot lamp chimney in Ibis household says Womans Home Companion 1siuurt seams without using tutu iron light a nnill kerosene lamp regulating the blae to keep the chim lucy moderatelyI hut then iampeii tthe seam to be pressed las the seanr quickly over the spherical part of the chimney and it will be pressed us nice IIy as could Ibe done with a hot iron Velvet ribbon also may be lrseIi- tt this way tit dampening it on the linen or satin side then rubbing on the chimney Vent Milnd Cut cold veal into small pieces and lilt an equal quantity of chopped cab bilge and two lit rdttoiii i cgis chopped rather line seiison with cel ery salt Iour oter all a goud dress ing mix well sit il away lo coi1 Iud garnish with celery Itips before cut lug Detroit Free I Irev Cream Vncakr Mix the yolks of tthree su t lhtti lea eggs with half a pint of cream swretcii with two ounces of sugar Ihnor with powdered cinnamon mace and gtattd nutmeg and fry quickly in we t lieat cd lard Drainund dish ucres uiuia wihi granulated sugar mud serve witb halvedorattgesflrooklyt JKasle Jelly Roll Three eggs out cup sugar two table spoons of cold WII ter one cup lion lilt balf teaspoon of rpda amid one of cream of tartar Turn the cake out on a cloth which haft been wit sprinkled with sugar spread with jelly inn toL Boston Globe 4 A Soft Animerj f Artist proudlyIst iill nn thraclte where thtHp otelr t yet at tri lint sofa votire si1fiuj1i DBcbrtfotabli VIsrtcr tuuu LAttlt1jnk uu4dico1fttttlJ 1HH 1JJW Lf i1 t HOW A ISPRINGNothing Robs One of Strength Like Spring Catarrh Spring Fever is Spring Catarrh IL MISS IIELENWIIITMANI rtt to ot r to II raT Miss Helen Whitman 308 Grand avenue Milwaukee Wis writes ii There Is nothing like Perutta for that tired feeling which gives you no ambition for wrack or play After a prolonged illness about a year ago I felt unable to regain my health but four bottles of Pc runa made a wonderful change and restored me to perfect health As long as you keep your blood In good condition you are all right and Peruna seems to fill the veins with pure healthful blood I thoroughly endorse it MISS HELEN WHITMAN Have you got nerve eUuuought to have nerves lint they ought to be strong nerves good nerves nIle your hand tremble You are living too fast Docs your heart hatter at times You hUll better call a halt Americans live too faM They crowd too much into a single day They Lao too little lei sure The iiospitalsand insane alumsare fill i IIC up The quiet 1pastoral scenes of yore are becoming rare Its time that we init this sort of business rIIE FiSITIIAUSTO rillCAflO Sew York Central ISxprrs Service Aililrtl To laucegertgimltinZ yeMerlny of IIhe r miwnis fastt trjin rriiio said thai in addition to the nets- tntmtslsuuir train There ale titus iotir twen ty tour iour train to hiritRn anu two Km pijp Sute exirese daily I TiI Turntitth entity Iiiimii1snfly hour train leaves New York every oat at 245 I1 MI and strive at hitago lute rut Horning at 943 Till luke horI lLimited trove Xrv York at naI0 every afternoon an using in hiiHRo the next afternoon at I 4W The Fat ljla tine twentylour hour train leaves New York at 845 ALvery day reaching hirapo the next morn flue at 7V by both the lakr Shore ami till I Michigan Central Etc noonuuy Chicago jI Limited leavoNeir Yoikat I 1P M reach ing Chicago liv the Ijke Shore time next morning at ll5t a twentyfourhour train really twentythree houri nut fifty minute The Detroit and Chicago Limited leave New York at 4 I MI mailing ChicaKo tim next afternoon a fourth twentyfourhour train trot The Nrw York Tune Kate Trie New York tOiUril alo IBS 15 trains a day lietween Xew York and Hiif ialo ami Xiagara KidU 5 trains a day IK tween 55 York anti Stt Lorn and Circih tutu 4 train a day between New York and Montreal and Iby it Floton and Aihanv iuvon 4 train a dayI between New York and Boton via Slit utuglield llltlil iu the Milijee- He I MipjiwH Soil it await of the ten- den ieelmt I have lor toll Siif No 1lilliI in thtiusmk That beinj the tsa permit me to us etrat we riLl a nlaltI rutjgu luh enSlike Suite5Aliens4IJI vn1len tinarlinir sweatinc tedI new line ta y Sold by all lrttggitl anrf SoeOJ ire Dont accept any iihtitnte Sample Fit EE- Addtes A S Olmtcd Le Roy X YITUIII people WIIK want to appear sioiiter I t4tr IMCII kruia u tu Iliei lit wait lliauelI 111 hviniiiK llnlietin Three train a day Chicago to Califor nia Oietfoi ami Vahinuiou Cnicago Lti on 1acil c i Xortli Western Line Iitiii a uvky man until lit Nile as the Aialiiii pro nrhalld hI will come up wan k tisii in his tuuulh Willi Three solid through trains ailihidgoto California Chicago I Nut tlletermu Line Everyone tteiresI to live long but no ono roulube uJdwflIPutnam Fadelei Dye are rut to light tad waihicjj Silence is onietime the severeit crincifin Kuxton n CLOSE TO T Doaas Kldaey Pills have leaped late FtUic to the makers sad secure a trial free ud largest sale known lo say Kidsejr CrmifE 0 I had such severe pain In back that I could not walk I need the myII pie of Doans Kidney Pulls with such good mlts I sent to Toledo for another box and they cured me SARAn E COITBELL Cur tice O elmonthsel relief me Baowx FaJmoutb Va WEST lILIEs Cosx Eight months ago I took a severe pain In my back The sample box of Doan II Kidney Pills helped me so much I purchased two boxes am on my see ond box Uy heart does not bother me as It oedto and I feet well SARAB E DUDLEY No 377 Elm Street West Haven Conn UOCSTOS TBxI took the sample of Doins Kidney Pills with such great Benefit I I bought a box at ussr druggist Used over t half and stopped because my urIne which before urQ1C dribbUsg sow t caae to fret eougb Iljsd hum btgo aid Uw pW1i rMawrfl I owrHtea SOOMT tat yaU bow how Iterica forfctcakwi being sck liWLII o It Hc 7 ATe Xi 1 oi t How to Get Strong Nerves First repair the injury already done to your nerves The way to do this is to do exactly as did Mottle H Curtis Sec retary of Legion of Loyal Women Hotel Salem Boston Muss Site saul in a re cent letterhi for over a year with general weakness and debility manifested in severe headache and backache I tool four huHIor Peru nu und for two months have been entirely free from these maladies 0Wlb otU IeI At1XtRIOIcitretliii- II tiatRRaLaliu- ratatsambtmi TO HOMESEEKERS I GOOD with prodnctireioiUcinbeie J cured on the Nashville Chatta FARMS nooga St InUjS Railway in Tennessee Kentactr Alabama CieorRia PRICES REASONABLe Climate licatthful never very cold or wry hot All marketable crops grown sad bmtag better priers than in the North Rainfall ample and well distributed CORRESPONDENCE with Rwl Estate Agents in the North Invited For pamphlets write to H F SMITH Traffic Manager NASHVILLE TEN FREE TO WOMENprove the healing and power of PaxtlneAutUepllc we will s large trial packaga ix ok of Instructions Tree This IIs rI1Tol tiny sample but a large enough to convince of its value Women over the country are Paxtlnn for what IU done In local treat ihhacurlmigatlas a cleansing vaginal douche for sore thrust nasal catarrh as a mouth wash and to remove tartar and whiten the teeth Send today a postal card will do SotdbydruigtetsreniposlpaidbjusGcent pTilECtubeAvBraise POTATOES 250 Bbl rllH4 PtA8tte CW Italr Ear IelJ1 = VrllYNt ri h 1 SOaR A sUZttaeEEBceIaCr WI HE PEOPLE favor because the people cat wile direct Thus baa tees ksllded the greatest laaae aedlcine la the worli Aching backs are eased Hip back sad loin pains overcome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs vanish They correct uriue with brick dust sedl meat high colored pain in passing drib hung frequency bed wetting Doaua Kidney Pills remove calculi and gruel Relieve heart palpitation sleeplessncaa headache nervousneSs dizziness rHEKCKAiDlFOii SPIMNQ KIDNEY ILLS iDonKi I PIt41 roerawf wl 1Otit cUrIe trW box IjaLdacy 1IIL Fez ae c1s I J fMJ Iwc1pf4ejJj Nervous Prostration quoteditspeople from the perdition of deranged thegOodsolldfoundation itor of Erie county New York Hon John W Ncft in a iecent letter written at Buffalo New York stated I waa persuaded by a friend to try n bottle of your great nerve tonic Ierun and thus results were so gratifying that I am more than pleased to recommend it A Spring Tonic Almost everybody needs atobiclntttleneryepinvigorateblood That Peruna will do this U be yond all question Everyone who has tried it has had the same experience as IynchburgVu IalUyetllKOhours ns it is a great thing for the nerves Them iis no better spring tonic and I have used about all of them Catarrh In Spring The spring is the best time to treat catarrh Nature renews herself every spring The system is rejuvenated by spring weather This renders medicines Ij more effective A short ctiurse of PC nina assisted by the balmairoCepfing will cure old stubborn cases of catarrh yearsEverybodyHartmans latest book on catarrh Ad dress The Peruna Medicine Co Comm bus Ohio Mrs Luln Larintr Stougliton Wis says For two years suffered with nerr ous trouble and f stomach disorders until it seemed that there was- nothingtonsebut a bundle of nerves I was- very irritable could not sleep rest or compoteimyself and was certainly unfit to take care of a i tookipills began taking Ieruna I grew steadily better my nerves grew stronger my rest was 5 no longer fitful and today I consider andstrengtbMyI perfeet promptandsatisfactory write at onco to Dr Uartman giving a full statement of your case and he will pleased to give you his valuable ad IIbeAddress gratis Dr Hartman President of Hartman Sanitarium Columbus O JVia Dubuque Waterloo and Albert Lea I Fast Vestibule Night train with through Sleeping Car BulfelLlbrary Car and Free Redhtinjt Cbalr Car Dinln Car Senke I en route Tickets of agents of L C R R andconnectlnrhinesC s A CHICAGO r illW4and Shot shells I1cartridges in the ammunition largest and in the world IIfactory 544 U M C make is now IIof by shooters as worlds standard for I shoots well in any gun 1111it Tour dealer sells it J1JThCartridJCe Union MtIU Ce Coon JWESTERN CANADA GROWING MIXE pAltMfNO IGRAIN M I IaEtWe=Canada ro la a few short aLTH wontha 1 taore northerly =latitude ma- II UODgatr III TlMlefo apounds per buhSl is as tair astandard U II- pousdstn SeRist Aria aider erp ma WHera CaaU iea-asav Leer YIeld 15 117 L154 Eebele1I- OMESTEAD lANDS Of M ACRES fItEf- UeoIll7ClalKetorwhlebllle formsklslSitrT Abundance of astir and fueL chap bultdtDi 5- tertat t Jr555TH amid a finlleso- iliittetent sod aclialme gtvlfltSltaUurSd- and adrqule salmon ofirostS 1Se0410 tbefOilO IinS for an Ails itid otber tltrat1e l ito foe certlfesme giviag you tedied freusbtai =rates etc upermmi ridritar Ottawa aisda or U M wuwM Jtooa a- La BldCM Toledo OlJo J Co DVSCAS ROO Rug roarBIdClodianaooIIlacll UarpCIM saOorsruaeni aesems CANDY cruuRT t gtheCCC 4LM- kVSeItMdaIktwM1 rMaImi11t t 4v WrE JI af IL TH HERALD EczemaHow It reddens the skin itches oozes dries and scales I Some people call It tetter milk cnut 01 emit rheum The suffering from It Is sometimes Intense local applications are resorted to they millKate but cannot cure It proceeds from humors Inherited or ac qured and persists until these have been removed Hoods Sarsaparillapositively removes them has radically and permanently cured the worst cases and Is without nn equal for all cutaneous eruptions U000IILLI are the beiscatharUc ITlceSieem HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY May 14 1908 Mr Sam Kash of Stillwater was registered at the Day House Monday IL J1 McLia this week sold to Taylor Johnson one roan horse I about 9 years old for 75 Sam Wilson left on Monday for f Maytowti where he is painting the residence of Wash Childers To Care a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if iit fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each boX 25c t a representingi don was at the Day House Tuesday In the orchard of TilE HERALD i3 to be seen a cherry tree in bloom t and beside the bloom many full grown cherries CATARRH of the nose FOR stomach bowels and inure c delicate organs take Hoods Jjamips rillait is k RADICAL CURE Newt Womack of West Liberty f was visiting the family of Charley Cecil Jim Cecil and other relatives and friends hero this week c The farmers of this vicinity are just now so busy that ono is seldom seen in our town and the I place has a deserted appearance I In the primary on Saturday this precinct gave Hedger for Com mis sioner of Agriculture and linger 77II for State Auditor 7out of a total Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever heardof Ducklens Arnica salve is the t best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruise Cuts loil Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles ItO only25c and fRunrapteed to givasati faction by J T fur Hazel Green led So 8 Combs 86ns Campion druggists jfT inkelstein one of the most S xipular men on the road repre seuting M Finkelsteiu Sons clothiers New York was at the Day House Wednesday sq paidtI Presiding Elder Creed Oneywas lIE a pleasant business I call after which he bit for Hele chawaand his home at Lexington A Thoughtful Man I M Austin of Winchester Ind f what to do in the hour of need IMI wife had such an unusual cae of z and liver trouble physicians r could nothelp her He thought of and t sbeJt 4 J Only 25c at J T Days Hazel Green 1Rod So S Combs Sons Campton drug- gistsC morningforabusinees rCincinnati and other points and while away will buy a stockof goods for each of the J T Day I stores A Little Early Riser Now and then at bedtime will cure con stipation biliousness and liver troubles DeWitta Little Early Risers are the famous little pills that cure by arousing IgenUyIIfilremoved use J continued for a few days there will be no return of the complaint ItThdre were two additions at the SChristian Church Sunday night one by acknowledgment andone ft i by confession and baptism The 7i ordinance of baptism was adminis tered Monday afternoon by the lilipastor LCASTORIAI LCI I z Jafeato and CkiHren 1IKIId YN HITS Always Biught Bears the 71 oj i Signature of fk Jat 05 i Mr Ends who has been travel ingior Thomas A Henderson Co made his last trip to this point this week Indeed he will quit the road and again engage with Ben Williams with whom he had a situation for years Tie Wastes oi the Body Every ieven days the blood muscles anti bones of a man of average size loses twj pOtioiscf Tornout tissue The waste ciifeotWrepfcnlabed and M health and digwffBjortaMWf to perform their functions r tbetrgth lets down lIealthgive34j 51 dliee ets up lodol Dye esi t re enables the stomach and di estl aia to chest andjiujJt al I mefood that iy4iiin intd of blood UIthbsiad body trsaSl and a stomach Wslc i J Thaika To all tile dear friends who voted for Robert 14Greene for Clerk of the Court of Appeals on my account I am duly grateful W T HAVENS Mr and Mrs W P Cecil nee Lillie Evans with their young heir and representative of the F F Vs will arrive here today or tomorrow accompanied by Mrs Cecils sister Nellie who has been her guest for six months pa- stTIIEDFORDS I I d BLACD1MUGHTTHEOREAT fAMilY HfDICINE Thedfords llIiekDraugbt has saved doctors bills for more than sixty years For the common fam constipationindigestion plaints chills and fever bilious ness headaches and other like complaints no other medicine is necessary It invigorates and reg ulates the liver assists digestion stimulates action of the kidneys purifies the blood and purges the bowels of foul accumulations It cures liver complaint indigestion sour stomach dizziness chills rheumatic pains sideache back constipation1diarrh cobb and headache Every drug gist has Thedfords llIacklJraught in 25 ceutpackagesand in mam mothsize for 100 Kever accept a substitute Insist on having the ChattanoogaMedicine I believe Thedfords BUckDriught Is the best medicine on earth It Is good for any and rvtrvtMna I have- a family of twelve children and for four years I have kept them on foot and healthy with no doctor but Black Draught A J GREEN HlewinwU j John Cecil of the Murphy fork U sawing the lumber to erect a derrick for the Hazel Green Oil and Gas Company and as soon as I he completes the job the company will put down a well But just where is more than we can say Are you thinking of going west to Oklahoma or Indian Territo ry for instance If so call at this office and we will furnish you cutrate transportation A dollar saved is a dollar made you know hanginwdn vided Gov Beckham does not order otherwise Will McCarty the wife murderer is to be hung at Lexing ton and John Black coloredwill pay the death penalty at Louis ville The Republican Convention of the Third Railroad Commission ers district which met at Paris Ky May 7th and 8th selected A T Siler of Whitley county as itsi nominee The nomination was made on the twentyninth ballot John C Wood the present incum I but and contending candidate withdrawing at this juncture Do You Want to Invest in Oklahoma Or Indian Territories 1 If you cannot go ii person our company will do this for you Here is a chance for small in I IndianI1 t andtle them double in the next few months For particulars write K O I j I KyOfficersJuliusC F Onev Secy L Robinson trent I IJohn R Bays who has been clerking for Hargis Bros at Jack wUSIhereing at hia home at White Oakand after spending a few days with his friends here will go back to Jack seeIimmediately after the shooting j An AUTheYearRoundGotag- eI house that expresses those qualities t I of comfort characteristic of the cotI suchtsubstantial a ithabitaJleDelineatorsuchvantages of a summer cottage is far more Ii of a home and the one shown is essenti livable 1111 ahouseofap j furpi8hingHOlliesug gestion in the article shinedIup to with a view to matrimony I familII sense If you havent any insur I aroundIof the male aspirant for matrimonial honors he is in much better shape with a good paidup policy than without it and if he will consult our front page he can there find a fullyinfoxisyoung friend at McCausey will issue him a policy in a firstclass company and his sweetheart is LsurotayyesWANTEDA GENtmanageblOUd financial standing A straight bona hiiexpensesdrrectadvancedfarlug Ckkago fStW I NOTICEAll claims against the estate of Mrs Rosaline Linden de ceased must be properly proven and presented to me on or before July 1 1908 or they will be barred J CESAR LINDEN Administrator L J Dunning who some time last fall formed a partnership carriageibusiness pulled up stakes on Mon day last and left for pastures new The only reason assigned by Mr Dunning for his action is that the firm had to do too much business on credit Mr Rose is authorized to dispose of Mr Dunnings inter eat and some good mechanic might make a nice deal by seeing him The XHays Recent experiments by practical tests and examination with the aid ol the Xray established it as a fact that Catarrh of the Stomach is not a disease of itself but that it results from repeat ed attacks of indigestion How Can I CuroMy Indigestii u Kodol Dyspep sia Cure iis curing thousands It will cure you of indigestion and dyi psia and prevent or cure Catarrh of the stom ach Kodol digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet IAralry Brooks took the poll books ot this precinct to Camptou on Monday and promised to bring us the returns from the county that evening But the county chairman of the Democratic com theIwas Only seven of the eight precincts were represented as there was neither ballot box or poll book sent to Holly for the primary Saturday DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache orXldaeJICUREBf Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you If necussary write Dr reuiiur llo lias aicat a lire time curing Just such CUMM as yours All consultationsI free I had severe case of kidney disease and rhruinatNm discharging hlutxly matter Suffered lntin e palu Sly wife was seriously affected with f emal troubles Dr Fenner i Kiducy anti llaekarlio Curucurotl us both FlIl WUEELE1C l iudolpU Ia Prueslsts Me Ciisk forfiiokJtookFree- QT DANCEi Cure FrcdonlaNY Circular P- rcileliuc The latest candidate for public favor in the newspaper field is the Estill County Herald published at Irvine Ky by J R Whit a son of Congressman Banford White It is a 7column folio in dependent in politics with a lean ing toward Democracy and Mr White announces that he will use no abuse to people of different faith The country about Irvine can and should support Mr Whites enterprise and if they do so we be lieve they will be glad of it A Sure Thing i i exceptdeathgether true Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption is a sure cure for all lung and throat troubles Thousands can testify to that Mrs C B Van ValIaYFIfor a year tried everything I heard of but pot no relief One bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery then cured me ab CroupWhoopingand Consumption Try it Its guaran teed by J T Day Hazel Green and S rnggistsTrillland 100 Dr FGUakos of Vevay Ind arrived in our town Saturday oven ing last and was so favorably im pressed with the place that he at once decided to locate here for the practice of his profession Dr Bakes is a graduate of the Louis ville Medical University but has been in active practice for two years He is a gentleman of good address evidently learned in Es culapiau lore and we believe he will meet with favor from the first His office is at the Day House and professionairespond SCOTTS EMULSION Scotts Emulsion is the means of life and of the enjoyment of life of thousands of men women andchildren To the men Scotts Emulsion gives the flesh and strengthso necessary for the cure of consumption and the repairing of body losses from anywasting disease For women Scotts Emul sion does this and more It is a most sustaining food and tonic for the special trials that women have to bear To children Scotts Emul stTeQgthfor girlsforEmulsion is a great help sampleSCOTT sts NewYork5Cc Ii t i41 John Bays will probably bring a base ball team from Jackson to play the H G A nine here Mattie thq daughter of Squire Williams and wife colored last week presented our better seven eighths with a dozen hen eggs for which she has our thanks Wall Paper We are receiving the largest stock ol high grade wall paper ever brought to Eastern Kentucky We bought the en tire lot of paper of a wholesale hous which did not run this year and wr bought it soastuiellitfor less than one half factory price J T GEVEDON THE HAZEL GHEE HERALD has added to its mechanical and edito rial force Mr William Woodhouse of Lexington who comes to The HERALD endorsed as a newspaper man of fine ability and extensive experience The hERALD is much above the average weekly paper and the people of Vile county should stand by it What would they do without it THE HERALD deserves success and h m B hoping that it may get it to the fullest The Campton deja tment of the I HERALD is a charming spread of the local happenings at Campton j verslIlilemurel1pproprinto happy by giving Im HERALD that upport it deserves Jackson Hustler H 0 A ROTES 0The commencement exercises for 1908 will begin May 29th and end June 3d Friday evening May 29th will be the graduating exercises of the Commercial Department Prof J C Willis of Kentucky Univer sity will deliver the address On Sunday MIY31st5 Ceci1 JI Armstrong pastor of the First Christian Church in Winchester will deliver the Baccalaureate ser mon at 11 am and at 8 p in he will deliver the annual address to lheYPSCE Wednesday June 3d will be thI Commencement Day programme HD Clark of Mt Sterling will deliver the address before the grad uatesOn Wednesday evening at 8 p m the Salmagundi Club will again iive Victims of the Bottle the sensational temperance drama after which the women f the C W B M Auxiliary will give a strawberry supper It Dotsnf Scare Folks to be toidtheruthab- outLion Coffee The scarecrow coffees are those factoryeggs wholesomeuugIazjJ l IrehIIIISIStallodpaekauniformIn Tom Combs and Sam and Oscai Taylor three of the men implicated in the robbery of Joe Stain pars store at Grassy Greek Mor 11Caskeycurred during the past winter were last week arrested at Leba non Va and are now in jailat West Liberty As the three were indicted by the Mcrgan county grand jury no examining trial will be necessary and they will be tried at the next term of the Morgan Circuit Court Messrs Cas key and Stamper each offered a re ward of 10 for the arrest ofeach of the three and the County Judge of Morgan county supplemented this by offering 50 each for their arrest The arresting officer there fors got 180 for his trip to Vir arraignedforMorgan Circuit Court for this same robbery which resulted in the conviction of Dick Combs for three years and his fathers trial was postponed until next term The arrest was made by Dick Hamilton of Grassy wbo was working under the supervision of W T Caskey About thirty days since the latter gentleman got word that the parties just arrested were at or near Lebanon and with the reward as an incentive wont to investigate He found none of the fugitives but arranged with the local officers and the result was the capture of the three Wanted- A man of wide acquaintance and HazelGreenand cheapest accident and health hundred sixdollarscident andsix perweekfromdiseaseindemnification protectiononly2O0Big commission onceto LodgeBuilding f aJi lr FARMERS KliDTflKDERS BANK CAMPION KYi- NCOnrOKATED G W HALSEY S S Coitus President Vice President- S G DKUKHEL Cashier BOARD OF Dl RECTO KS J II KIKIXS GKOUOH CLAUKK J N YAUGIIX lox HOCCKS S G DnusiiEL S S COM us J H STAMPER JR G W HALSKY Statement of first forty days business RESOURCES Loans and DizcotiiitsSlOt138 Gt Furniture mid Fixture 11GJJ 50 First Nwt lank Account Iltli 42 Unpaid Capital 7500 11 Eatteitse 214 5- 0zthiU18ll ANILITIES 4l I Capital Sttck15004 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