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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, May 21, 1903. The Hazel Green herald. 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1903 haz1903052101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, May 21, 1903. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1903 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. kt NIIe 1ili iNN ome carrla dtuee100BUt le adnBee 5oaths In dnBee30eo- pT cash in hand 05 t e date after your name Indicates fiw j yoa are paid to You honld e v 10 days before time is oat and ways give pottofiee county and kto when renewing or to hue your address changed Retttasceshould be made by M 0 registered letter or bank drag TIIE lEstablished March 1885 Made Famoulln tki taryo Jonathan and His Continent by Mu ORell EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 21 1903 NUMBER 42 sexxass ewar asd EditorThe Oldest Most Poplar Mist WiNlJ Ckclilat aid Most QUlt Paper in the Ke trek MMfails sAlways YEAa Adrasca e The Kind beesInstrnatnre or ItandI t iiAt GkE1N fmAI4no 1 has been ruado under his sapervisloa since its perII no one todeceive you in butExperImentsofInhaaat8What is CASTORIAI Castoria is harmless substitute tier Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation aad Flatnlency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS I Bean the Signature of A The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC ocsraavn tmrm evtFasv aa1Mlani ItHE NEW STOBE At DAYSBOBO Ky ar Is just now in receipt of line of Ladies and Gentlemens 4Ji T EARiNever excelled in Eastern Kentucky and at no time equaled in the mountain And the great beauty is that we can and will sell lower than anybody HARDWARE AND TINWARE Have also been added to our stock and the same low prices rule fvf t1 buylI 1 C MORRIS CO- IWatch this space and save money I J R PHILLIPSLEE CITY KENTUCKY tactical Barber Hair Dresser JJverything uptodate Public patronage solicited and satisfaction guaranteed tFARMS FOR SALE OR RENT4lI 01 Business locations secured in growing towns in 0 J Oklahoma and Indian Territories Town and City o C The Great Southern a 4 property remarkably cheap + and Frisco Rail Road Systems give the most direct e o + route and the best facilities for reaching Oklahoma and + Indian Territoryot + Splal Ratis First aid Wd Tttsdays in April ADDRESSear + KlJckJokIUIII I T Urtatf Jmsiti ft- P 0 + O Box 341 or call at office 54 E Short Street + 0 LEXINGTON KY + A few remaining shares of stock for sale at 10 per share + + A large dividend is assured ac JIU9S llWOf WIT PrtdiwitL d 4P OUST ffcitkry L TrMMrtr + I t+ + + + + + + + + = t + + + r0r I i i- V xc1 tiw w I 4 i 0 la a n I a i or e 4j J x berl 8nvelopef jwr Vs fi Malaria Ever have it Know all about j it Want to get rid ofit Take Ayers I Malaria and Ague Cure THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Editor DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor J WO BECKHAI For LieutenantGovernor W P THORNE For Auditor of State S W HAGER For Treasurer II M BOSWORTH For Attorney General X B HAYS For Secretary of State II V McCHESNEY For Superintendent of Public In struction J H FUQUA For AgricultureIIUBERTVREELAND For AppealsJ For Rpreaentatlre111 DUtrtet JUDCE H Fa PIERATT TilE late Charles A Dana of the New York Sun was conceded to be the best newspaper man in America and he always maintain ed that the ability of an editor was demonstrated more by what he did not publish than that which he printed Our experience has been the same Some people write papers to death and some publish articles that bring death to the editor We dont propose to do either From a Cat Scratch On the arm to the worst sort ot a burn sore or boil DeWitts WUch Haze Salve iii a quick cure In buying Witch Hazel Salve be particular to get D- oWittthis is the salve that healJ with out leaving a scar A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles THIS is a free country and every citizen and every newspaper man in the State the United States the Phillipines Haiwaii Cuba Porto Rico and the world at large can say all they want to about the Breathitt business But the re marks that will go in this paper about the affairs up there will be like unto these few lines Having gone through one war with safety we dont care to en gage in another Besides we opine that there is a whole lot of differ ence between a brave man and a d fool and we know that one live editor be he ever so timid is worth a dozen dead ones And we feel very much like the man who attempting to settle a family row had both the man and woman lambaste him That is also a family affair and they can fight it out among themselves The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist r Tfce MKtrertr of swan jttt WRit U His laboratory I There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so decep byitheartkidneyJluivance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves bycdJThenBrightDiseaseI Dr Kilmers Swasnp Root the new dis covery to the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles IIt has cured thbusaadt of apparently hopelessl cases after all other fIltyoetUlidoUuby man Also a book telling about Swamp Root tut its wonderful cares AsMreea Kilmer fc Ce7 Bfcgbamton N Y aM- uoa fOr tbMpepey slleM aiet k W reeraas LaF Bt- fi t bozwnrM byaDruggistsPrIN IT IS UP TO US TO HUSTLE Wolfe county has so far not sub soribed a cent toward Kentuckys representation at the Worlds Fair Whats the matter with Wolfe county Ordinarily we would an swer this question with Shos all right and she generally is but there is one preposition on which she is standing in her own light We refer to the enterprise placed ou foot by the Kentucky Exhibit Association for a Kentucky Build ing and full display of the States products and resources at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next year an enterprise that has the endorsement and backing ofa majority of the best communities in the State an enterprise that has opposition Had the last Legislature made an appropriation of 100000 for Kentuckys representation at this exposition our county would have paid of that amount liO Up to this time she has not contributed one cent toward tho movement that must result in the Lest adver tisement ever given this common wealth the richest in every way in unionWhy lack of interest Cer tainly it cannot be said of our county that her people are not progressive and do not want to join hands with others in giving the State the representation she must have at this greatest of all Worlds Fairs if she is to keep step with the march of the Twentieth Cen tury Prosperity Certainly our people are aware that the Ken tucky Exhibit Association has no element of selfishness in its make up for its members are giving freely of their time and money to make the undertaking a success there being no salaried commis sioners as would have been the case under a legislative appropria tion Certainly our people real ize that no county in the State has more to show than Wolfe Wellwhatever this seeming in difference it is high time we were throwing it off Lets delay no longer Kentucky is going to be represented at the exposition The movement to this end has passod its w bbly stage It is not enough thouh to be represented Ken tuck deserves to be and should be creditably represented Wont our citizens see to it that she iin Lets begin now subscrib ing t the fund THE HERALD has devoted columns upon columns of space to the cau e of State devel opment There is certainly no one who would confess himself so ignorant as to not be fully ac quainted with this worthy effort to lift the State to a proud eminence Among the counties already rep resented on the subscription books of the Kentucky Exhibit Associa tion are Ballard Barren Bsll Boone Boyd Boyle Breckinridge Campbell Carroll Clark Critten frantHenderson Jefferson Jessamine Johnson Kenton Laurel Lawrence Livingston Lyon McCracken Madison Marion Mason Montgomery Muh lenberg Nicholas Spencer Trigg Union Warren Whitley Few of these counties have contributed sums equal to their apportionment under a State appropriation but their citizens are at work and they will make a good showing As we say in the headlines Its up to us and no mistake The association has sent us a number of sub scription blanks and we will receive contributions to the fund at our office until further notice AU Werl1ffleLI tbtHeymaladyaccomaanted 12 years physicians were baffled and proles1aioBwluedthetrouble remaioed1OtteaDdJa week a claegefor tie better eattaelynettK uyefae4 mae trouble Oaly HueiQJ rs- Out Mull 7903 B lOSE Special for Eastern Kentucky Hy to Iwould to a of LIFE for 5 I of 18 Name GBJIIPTO COURIER BEXJ SEWELL Editor VOL L Xo 23 A F Byrd went to Lexington Tuesday on business o- O 0 Hannah Long wife of George W Long is on the sick list o o 0 C C Fnlks went to Lexington on Monday of this week on a busi ness mission o o o J F Vansaut of Ashland for merly of this city was here last week on a n Gene Focht advertiser of the Arm and Hammer brand soda is at the Combs House this week- o o o G T Center of Stillwater was here Monday to see how the oil and gas business was progressing o O A A B Cox of Boxer was here last Saturday and the wel come guest of Judge Cougleton a Rev J M Tolson and others conducted services at the Baptist Church here on Saturday and Sun o o Twentyfive applicants for cer tificates to teach school were ox amined here last Friday and Sat urdayGeorge W Halsey anti S S Spradling are in the ML Sterling market this week with a fine lot of stock for sale- o o o C F left here last Satur day for New Orleans on a pleasure jaunting and whither he will sojourn for a few weeks e J J Chambers and family of Stillwater were visiting relatives and friends in Campton on Satur day and Sunday last 0 The next oil well drilled by T M Beckett will go down on the farm of Henry Madden The der rick is now completed and drill ing will commence next week o The Red River Oil Company of this place hasoeen with S Gv DrosbaL G T Center S MtWalt B ij Btwfll W S Tat O Cr7alhai Geor r I WASH MILLER Fresiitit W WILLIS VicePrwiiiit ti1ii iiiiolita UP 1I McCaniey myself any consider Address businesso Sunday Combs sightseeing incorporated Deputy Collector J L McCoy investiIF Harris warehouse on Devils Creek As a result warrants will be issued against the parties al leged to have done the theft The Kidneys and the Skin If the kidneys are weak or torpid the ski wUl be pimply or blotchy Hoods Ssrsipi rilla strengthens and stimulates the kidney and clears the complexion By thorough purifying the blood it makes rood health STILLWATER SPARKLES 0A little child of Jeff Brewer and wife is on the sick list A C Kash is dangerously ill at this writing with fever Monroe Gevedon spent Saturday and Sunday on Stillwater County Clerk Tutt and family meetinghereQuite a crowd of Morgan county folks was visiting on Stillwater last week whose names we did not at the residence of Boone Tolson on the 10th Esau Brewer to Dicie Mullins J MTay lor Otis Tutt who went to the army some time ago and was discharged has again enlisted and is now at Columbus Ohio Rev Perkins of Morgan county delivered very interesting dis course at the Trace schoolhouse Sunday A large crowd was in at tendanceKentucky Wesleyian Academy has just sent some fine looking ladies and to Stillwater They were students of that insti tution but are now farm hands May 17 PRESTO Makes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you ever heard of Backlena Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 25c and guaranteed to give satisfaction by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Sons Campton druggists REDUCED RATES TOT- RE QRE1T SOUTHWEST Oa the first and third Tuesdays leach moatb peclal honeeeekers sad colonist rates an elective Iron St Lewitt and Kansas City to points ia Mistttui ArkaMM Oklahoma ImJka Terrtlwy sad Texas via the ii lwcw4duIp i ebtatb rM la anu4 i r rAnH w r x Airmmni ILTarM I Celamm 1 year I N 317r afee tK If I yes H M 4i 1 Inekes 1 JOLT 10ee 1 Inch 1 year 8 CMh e ABueeJBeab8tAMDIMrict i officers 1000 County ofieen ti88Tows eAeen 300 call OB eeMi dates or politic writeups 8H line f ObHaaries Tributes Ae pre r pawed by u 8Kc a line where copyiIf furalsbed tame as local 60 ft llae J A I HAMPTON CuUtiY f IJw POTMTIR Aut CuUw KY PAID CAPIRAL officiating gentlemen tiVc solicit your banking bust i ness and promise you prompt and careful service every attention and t If accommodation consistent with cor f reet banking principles o t DIRECTORS ff- LD mILLeR 1 UJ UHLLIS 1 T It PrILLIP WU5ILf J D ICIZPOIxr p ia1r J R flu KlllAtriE lfi tIt Cat and toI4Fr 0 Agent Without committing action whatever be pleased sample INSURANCE POLICY was Lo1 rLrla daya e o flan e WINCHESTER learnMarried Combs ILlDllflilld Eastern RaIn Tins 1M21EAST 4 1NODaily k I I I 2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 45 anI3 10 pm 20 Winchester 20 8 25 am 3 56 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 13 am 4 06 pm 44 Stantoa 44 9 23 ant 4 35 pm 57 Nat 9 54 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WAhTRD A ROLT iYr f tbueleosA trreklrdat A tffB BERAfcD ff SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREEN i i i KY ftj 1 Il I HIS WIF- ELIZABETh I i I I 1 tl Ij gIqIR TfT S drrndful curious Ihow Jake 1 temington ever got marrird a secon I time seeing how fond he 110 of his II tt wife and takingon so as if nobot y ever lost a wife Ixforc Mr Ilarw tod remarked as the chahc with Jake ind his wife parsed them on the road Roth looked out and smiled 2 So that theres anything against the fr man of course I wouldnt want youto think that for one instant min ute he n tided hastily her eyes on the distai t vehicle Marindy 1routy is as likely a wom an a there is anywhere in these Lparts and you couldnt ask no one to be any better to those children than Marindy is Shes n firstrate worker ands took hold there and made things most as neat as Elizabeth did Only PrCO irse it cant never be the same to ruefullyetwife want you her companion ijueri d Kympathetically Seems to i mel dnd of recollect somcthingof the kind SI e was myown cousin on my mothh itot press vely and there werent many like ier in this world if I do say it lake and she took to each other when she v as avisiting mneaiid it wasdread t ful k nd of exciting to watch Vm and wonder how things were going Km t and f used to bet on when hed spunk E up eiiough to ask her and we each of- vusj came one day wrong Km put it on ESund iv night because he always came c then but I said hed Ret most to time poin then and finally do it fonfly- nigh at the 5iTlfi3i He didnt He came round rndav night IIsaid I was i rest right cause twas time re a if Sunday night and Km said she was because he wanted to show ofT at the ing 110w hed got her It was dren Iful foolish of us of course but 5 5Wev ere young then timid folks do lots of f olish things then S me people dont never grow oh then her companion remarked dryly if being foolish is confined to young folk I know Mrs Harwood rejoined bui as I was saying Kliabeth and ji Jake were dreadful fund of each other I t fe matterfet Elizabeth did that ud no on could v make bread just like Elizabeth hut theij thatsI just tthe way Soinetimrs iitI serums an Iif the more a man Ithought 0 V of his first wife ItIt sooner he gets a v second Youd think twould IK just the Other way wouldnt you iIiI IHui S always said that when a mau marries like that its like a man when hes in ut ed some money and eome out rich He i crazy to try it again mud so when beij hind such good luck with his first a iffit comes natural being so lone 1uir to get married agajn Hut ifa man hasnt been so fortunate it tnkts bin a longer time before he ventures u eg in 1Iut maybe he doesnt at all or f he does tis cause he hopes to have be tor luck next time Im sure I dont I know but I 10 know one thing I wouldnt thank my husband to go and 7 Imarry any woman when Im dead and gone I il dont spose you would Mrs Bates concurred as she turn id in at lair nln gate Most of us dont like to think whatll happen when were dead nnd gone but I dont think its hris tian feeling to wantI your husband to be lonesome nt1the children grow ing up without a woman to look after them BO longs your mans been faithful and true while youre living That would be enough to satisfy me You cant have him when youre druid anyway and itfefih according to my mind Im sure Id want Fred to IN happy js when I want here tomiakc him so Folks are different Mrs liar wood shut her mouth decidedly limit Ihen Ill say this of Take he always fipeaks most high of Elizabeth even now and ifarindy has come to think i that there want nobody in all time vorld like her and I guess it keeps her kinder on time alert to do timings as well as Elizabeth did It must be kind of galling to think lies always comparing one with tot er Hut i then that was her lookout when she V married him She was old enough to know what she was about ant I i must say she acts real C1lrjtiI1IlikeI S V nbout it Dont never no resentment because he thinks so much of Elizabeth and has her rein tires around so much Thanksgiving 111 I nUll that like and sizes Tl road fill par l4 r irfticiilar botil tlie children remember Vlng their mother and Decoration day r AT NOON Theres a rapture In the wooiiland Til the sighIng of the trees There IIs pleasure on the prairie In the neidlarks Litanies limit the glory of the country And the wooddoves coaxing croon Unt In It with the city r When the whistles blow for noon Where the violets are hiding S Is a lovely way to stray When the dew icon the orchaid 5 rAnd the blossomed branches sway yUut Rive me give me the city fr Where ones heart throbs to a tune itVbtiutheruthing uhlel are silent J44the whistles blow for noon Bosky dells are where to wander- S With a sweetheart by your side With your fingers Intertwining S Treading softly dreamyeyed Ttey are lovely for the lovers Xruth a colt benignant moon But Km plnlngfor the city When the whistles blow for noon J IT tewjte In Houston Post Venice toe Winter ResJdenc Jin XL certala coterie of Unglish so j iar there hauf been considerable talk t Vejilcfb cominga favorite win L esWeace Vanity Fair says a 7t gt jsiiskal and artistic folk liojr Lmdy 3eGrejr LadW wct BHroa and Bareness Df ut or twoqthtrsJuarstaik d tlier dont nobody hare quite 10 iiice a looking grave as Elizabeth Its just piled up with the greatest lot of wreaths and crosses you ever did see and Marlndy makes em all But then as I was saying I should Ihink twottUl be kind of galling just the fameT gallInremarked cnnrisrly and she bade her neighbor goodby and entered her own bouse Unmindful of their neighbors goe tip lake and his wife rode slowly along the dnxty road turning oft at the right just beyond tIme bridge and entering the welltrodden Jane that 11111 to flue little cemetery on the hill This they always Jill coining home from rhtirrli- It is real sort of peaceful lucre hilt it Marlndy remarked as she sprang from the chaise with the help of his proffered hand Somehow it always seems so nice here with the breeze blowing fresh from the woods nail the sky asmiling above the tlnw cn growing all about and the birds hopping around mill singing that it rnnt be so very had to be dead after all started visibly You dontI I1alewi h yon was hall do you 1- he demanded almost fiercely drop ping some louse lowers in his aston ishment You aint sick be you Marindy He canto close to her with a look of anxiety on his dis tressed face She latighetieasily Iwantnever butter in my life Jake she cried stooping to pick up the fallen flowers anal then walking on to the grae with its white headstone marked Wife I hadnt ought to hun scared you so Poor Jake youre- jba l trouble enough 1 wouldnt mid- nothirpf in it for anything in this whole world She gave him an IfIf- glanceI that seeing Kliabeth is dead that the Lord saw fit to take her away und IftoheI knows anything about it she ought to be as will satisfied here as any where with you and the children j coming to see her regular- SI Ii lie nroKe in onve i route when wouldnt you know you t have Marimly I dont count she answered elm I ply 1 dont know as shed be very glad to see me seeing Ive kindof I taken her place Nut really token it of coifrse nobody could do that She said this softly as she laid the flowers on the grave And of course I shouldnt ever think of trying But it was right some one should conic to the house and look after things Im sure she wouldnt want things neg lected And Ive ttried to do my best I i YOUiJake I really bare And I hope that j ijho knows ih She patted the How ITS in a soothing sort of way I Ilakl looked dovn and his eyes were a trille moist It was the worn su Kneeling there he raw and not I I rIII been I dreadful good wife me he said ellml11C I 13 nnd gnus Xo one could ask for a better wife lake continued slowly She she ought to be satisfied Im sure Marindy 1I1i1- cdorIouk here Marindy She looked up quickly lit the new tone in 11ilIile I dont think you understand he continued looking past her down the I gravelly walk And I reckon its I my fault too I Ilm dreadful fond of you Marindy He was close be side her now VOltIlitold you so lots of times only you never Deemed to think I meant it very much You was thinking of Elizabeth lInt I lid Youre an aw ful good woman Marindy and and I love you just the same as Iulid Klixabcth lie took her hand in his I love you just as much as I ever did her he whispered nhlIrairic Farm cr Home Magazine hrolrr III edeiOrian liner Kvcry stock exchange man who thinks he can walk will scin have an opportunity May I is the stock ex rliangc holiday and that day will see JOT stuck exchange aspirants to pedes trian fame plodding their weary way on the Brighton road At six oclock in the morning they will leave the city Anxious brokers in the forties who have been testing on weighing machines were ruefully comparing the results with the figures of their athletlcyouth Dinner has bn arranged at Brighton for the survivors of the race Shreds of n Prussian Flair The French commander Chabal cap turcd at MarsIaTour in the war of 1870 a Prussian flag which was divided among his men the flagstaff being pre sented to the museum of the hotel des Invalidcs Commander Chabals dream now is to collect all the scraps of the flag reconstruct it and present It to the Invalides Capt DeXordeck son of rC generW n erwhose orders Chabal fserred hUll jut presented the first morsel which Dad been given to his father On the Wit lndianjisland of JVcris there isji PQP JAtiloQTFr 13000 sterttheall ifvv lesson in rn6rl6 tilstoru in Puzzle mi WATEII rnOT AT IAIIIO i LI iMI is mma TUB CIVIL WAS Plait Adiiilmt Koolr Cairo 111 was an important naval station during the civil war It rime the rcndevous of Iflic licet of irouelads built by Iapti Ends at tthe be ginning of the war As a naval station it was first oinmandiil by Com mander John Iodgers who was relieved by Admiral 1oote then ranking as ilag ollicer on SepUrmbr I12 IMii At Cairo ithe sailors fur the Missis sippi river iIeiiil were mob ied and trained many of them Iliving in wharf boats along the levee Frllm there the federal Itroops that took part in tilt battlesi of relmont unuiI Furl Henry were transported by transports Admirali Foote left Cairo to participate in till Fort Henry campaign on 1February 2 ISO takillgwith him fur of I lie iroiielids built by Capt Paula and three wooden gi ilionts The expedition resulted in the surren der of Fort Henry to Admiral Foote on February 6 I FOREIGN GOSSIP 1 tie number of German sTeamers in 1S71 was 131 in ISJT this iiiiinbcr had increased to 113 For picking up and kissing a little boy in the street a liiriiiiiigham e Eng land man has been linn to shillings or one months hard labor for as sault Native feelings in India have been 1 hurt by the new riiHe because tIIIl1 king appears on it without his crown To be bareheaded Iis repugnant to the oriental eilzmgav corporationt isaloutt ttopro vide work fr time unemployed in that tity and I tin dittennce of cost be tween till wapes paidI and the 11 It received is to be borne by tthe III completed mon The good tUIIIIIimg it to have a population of VHti1 11111111 lh numbers of iuiiabitans iiii Maiichinii Mongolhi Thibet nnd lam rl5esI i ire cuIllIIa1I A iKiHli ronrcrt for two murder ers whoi guilt mis provedI hut who e fri mU wanted fiiml for a- It ipnil tails UTtnlly gien iiuisiumtl jiieriisliind After mltuum- iii tin fiitlnrI brother and sister of the murderers e who were broth ers appeared on the singe and were applauded The old Culvert home at Mount Airy Mil which for mon than two centuriesI ha sheltered the deictnd antsI of the tir t Lord Itiltinuirc was olTerd att public auction r f niv lint i was withdrawn from sale bc ane iMily half of its actual value was bid Ii is iiiuored Ithat Secretary f Slate Iliy will be among Ithe bi lder wl en tthe p pcrty shall be offered again The mansion was built in IfifiO Land t as primarily used hoe tin CalvcrtsI a a sluMlingi I box hilt wa laterI en larged renovated I and made tin per i manent hlft family GENIUS IN CONVICT GARB Many Inefnl Invention trr Work of CrlmlnnU In nil tbeI frreul 1rlnoiin lt not infiTiiirntIy happuis that men immured lHhind iron bars in our i prisons give to the world whose value it would be IntlItlnllI timate says the Chicago One of the mot important ChrOlllell1 minor inventions iis credited I genuity of convict in the New Jersey state prison Charles Filer It is a blind lockstitch sewing machine which will enable one operator to do tthe work of ninny The device was invented by cIOIl1inI was interested in the machine and Filer received asrnis reward a cash payment of 3000 a blockof stock his parole and the proirVc of a position with tthe company nit gond salary Other convicts have lfigured in patent oflice reports as inventors One whose name Iis recalled was Melchior Farker who while confined in a Hungarian penitentiary iin 1802 devised mechan ism for giving a man a clran IIIHc in 23 seconds The cable report assund us that the governor of the peniten Ilinn had tested the machine a rdetc clared it a succcis limit what came of it iis unknown A convict of a mechanical turn of mind is apt to find his confinement and his isolation from deterring influences moet helpful in enabling him to acquire greater facility The exhibition by the prison association of articles made by convicts contained specimens of high class work done behind the prison bars Among them were an elaborate iron door grill a richlyI carved oak staircase chairs desks banjoes cabinets iron bedsteads plaster casts etc A piece of cloth woven at Auburn came in for the highest praise Richard Harker a life convict at Auburn made a box out of 11796 separatet pieces of wood hlcb vCas a marvel of skillful cabinet work It required a glass to see wherej he dif ferent fragments of wood were joined together In the year 1883 the good manufactured by the convicts of the state of New York were valued at 50 230320 Explnlnslt Vhy is it asked the curious guest that the poor men usually give Urgcrllps than rich nieisi WclU suh said the waiter de po ohithesTiobotly to t1elul lies rclij U s- ii IHOW GOLD NUGGETS GROW tlbrIIn Chowe They tnereeue ie Wrlalil with llir lnp e ul Year Gold in Its natural state like ninny other products of the earth Iis an ar ticIflf detelopment What its ii imiitmai elements Ire Iis still a matter of omr speculation but the fact has bcei demonstratedI that a nugget of Ithe precious metal left in its original en vipouments will grallllall thllllgh sioss Ily attract ito Itself minute particles of gold dust and after the lapse of years possess an added value says a mining journal liold Iis knoun to have grown on mine timbers which have1 long been iminersvil in mint water In the Cali formula Stale Mining iurcau museum Ithere Iis a specimen if n piece of jointed cap and iposttakmI from the Comstoek where it had hern under water for years in which gold has formed in the joints ami pores of tIllI wood Cold iis constantlyI being formed in roeksand veins and placers Jus what it iN that the baby guhl formation hut on lo iTfet il growth Iis not Kiioun if iit uere a next and wonder fully lucrative industry might be born and Nil other kinds of farming save the growing of gout might temporarily be Mltaiidonril The formation ami grow th are due Ilo mechanical I a mimi chemical ac tion As in the ease of the animal or vegetable existing gold has existed in some other state before assuming its present form Waters which percolate through the earths crust tare saul to contain substance from which gold is formed Thus gold like the animal and vegetable must have vater in or alIt Ilo thrive TIll gold in the water i deposited when it meets the proper precipitant The precipitant may be an earthi current of electricity some Tgelable growth or chemical in tin rHks IIt has been claiuttMl thatI the nuggets found in placers are Ithe formations from I lie ssit cr5 thatt crcolaic through the gravels and are not from decom posed quart 7 as generally supposed Those who so contt lid die till fact that in the center of unggets can be often found a small grain of iron sand This was the nucleus around which the earth current of electricity created or deposited in electroplating During long ages this inline iice was at work causing the gold to formarouiid the little grain of iron sure anil tthen grow to become a bright shining nugget of gold much larger tumid purer than any ever found in the veins of ore Oh the Serpent The girl with the bean order sim pering hIlly said lo Number 29 Everybodys looking at us Number 21 tossed her locks out of her ryes with that impatient gesture peculiar to petulant natures Haughty and proud under the unmis takable admiration of every hashde vouring clerk in the restaurant she glared scornfully into the faraway realms ofspace beyond the pie coun ter tot do I earl for men1 she re torted De whole hunch iis gsV Jc cciver lI Why Mag Dais right Tother night I tact a feller at dc Aricns ball lie was nice to me I glee him six dances Den he huimhleilouti lilt watch an clere was a photograph of two kids in de lid Newark Evening News The West n Cnndlll The west somehow has come to be a condition rather thai a place After days in a Iluxurious train Ithe casual traveler fimlji himself In the cities of the Pacific with the feeling that here are not the differences the strange ness till vcstrritc that he hind ex peottil The real west which he has pictured so fondly the free the hearty the fascinating seems in tonic degree to have escaped him And presently he discovers that tIle condition which is cfiJled western is singularly misplaced in the west that the mot western of American cities is not Portland or Seattle but Butte City 600 coastheyStannard west In Ceuttury- CottonGrow1 in Tarkectaa ncouragedit 1S6Dthe Wii 1f rth THE RED HAMS COUJlAGEi An rstAeeomut stan iadfaa Foolish Rut Pathetic Skew of Bravery They can talk all they please about the cowardice and treachery of Indians but let me say that they are the gamest fellows that ever breathed said an Argonaut the other day according to a western ex change Utter they had been whipped and driven from plain to mountain runge time and again of course they became treacherous but before they learned of the white SimonsI tactics thy were an unflinch lug foe The prettiest sight I ever saw was during n fight a lot of us miners bad with a band of Indians in Mon tana in the early lGi We had been prospecting along the Yellowstone and had not found any tempting goldbearing gravel so we started to go about a hundred miles farther down the river We hadnt gone far before we ran into a band of hojtile Indians Front the first we lucw there was a fiht coining but we pushed on Two lays trav brought ut into the center of their rather shilling territory and we knew that we wre in for it The redskins were camped across the river but we knew there were others in the woods all about us We built a raft and pushed Out to a brushcovered sandbar to get out of the way Indians generally make an attack in the night or early morning but this band chose the time of sunset to strike at us They piled in their rude canoes and float ed down stream directly toward our camp on the liar and you never saw a more fearless set of red demons in your life Standing erect in the lhow of tIme front canoe was the chief He looked like a tall bronze statue The light of the lowsinking sun fellupon him lighting up his face arms and bare chest lie was the noblest look ing creature my eyes ever rested upon I knew we had to kill him hut I was touched with pity at the thought couldnt raise my rifle to do it limit one of the boys did The boat drew nearer The Indian still Ktooil with pne foot in the bottom of the boat the other resting on the curved top of the how He surely knew he would be killed but he new er moved A little puff of smoke anti fire burst from the muzzle of the miners rifle and in an instant time chiefs bunds fell to his side lie raised his right IIrm again and pointed directly before him at till red sun sinking be hind the mountain The limit came on and as it drew nearer we could see a red stream coursing down the bronze skin of the warrior The rifle cracked again the Indian raised hula face to the sky and fell into the wa ter It was a hard fight to drive the vest of tthe band away and wllotol several of our men in doing it It was a hard tight limit II was worth while lo me for t hatS picture of the greatI nameless chief hiss alas 0m remained with me He gave me the grandest exhibition of courage I have ever seen and 1 have respected the red mancveriince TO ENCOURAGE SILKGROWING Egge of SVorni Will tie tarn by the tics rrnwent to IVraoim start InK tn the nalara Uncle Sum hut decided to adopt novel means to encourage the silkworm in dustry in the United States It is pro posed to distribute to the public silkworm eggs together with full ill truc tions as to how they may lie hatched the worm fed and developed and at last how the cocoons may be gathered After taking time beginners through all thesis stages the government will buy the cocoons piyiug regular market prices fur them All this in to be done in order 10 stimulate interest in the business in time hope of establishing it as an industry Those who apply to the department of agriculture for silkworm eggs will be furnished with about onesixteenth of an ounce of them provided the officials here are tonvincid that a serious attempt tc hatch the eggs iis to be made says a Washington special to the Brooklyn EagleThe allotment of onesixteenth of an ounce may seem like a very small start er lint when it is known that it takes about 40000 eggs to weigh a single ounce it will be seen that Uncle Sum is generous enough in his distribu lion Already much interest lies been created in this subject and application for eggs are coming in at the rate of four or tire a day The government recently bought 63 ounces of tIn finest grade of silkworm eggs in France and Italy and is prepared to buy more when it becomes apparent that the present supplywiil be exhausted Negotiations are now under way for the importing of two reelers as per sons are called who are versed in the art of removing the silk from cocoons and transferring to reels The neces sary machinery has been bought ami the manufacture of raw silk will be in full blast Itt the department in the fall when the worms have spun tins silk his proposed to sell the product to silk manufacturers Prof L O Howard the ertomologist of the department of agriculture has charge of tItle work and he says the climate and other conditions on Long Island were well Adapted to silkworm culture The place choscli for rearing the worms should be relatively high anti not exposed to malaria or bad odors and mulberry trees shouklgrow around it Any room that can be properly heated and ventilated will answer the purpose Slxt fie days usually complete the cycle of existence of the silkworm covering the hatching of the eggs the growth of theworm the spin ning of its covering called the cocoon the development of the chrysalis into thus moth the laying of eggs by the mother moth and then its peaceful death Prof Howard describes the whole process In a little bulletin that he has Issued and it would appearfrom it bat silkworm culture can be carried on at home in any place where saul berry leaves may be obtained The de velopment of the worm fromtheqtom like eggs is very rapid The newborn insect cats Jiday and night at all bours1 Except when asleep and in aboul 80 flays gowtI cm U Re iarfraaht r CONGRESSMAN WILBER fTe Tttt Perasa Medicine Ct of ColHMbw 01 Peruna is All You Claim For I Congressman D P Wilber of Oneonta N Y writes The Peruna Medicine Co Columbus DbawGentlemen Persuaded by a Mead I have tried your remedy and I have almost fully recovered after the use of a few bottles lam fully convinced that Peruna Is all you claim for It and I cheerfully recommend your medicine to all who are afflicted with catarrhal trouble David F Wllber reruDmn Ficreatlve end fare Ibr Cold Mr C F Given Sussex U Vice President of The Pastime Boating Club writes Whenever the cold weather setflin I have for years past been very sure to catch a severe cold which was bard to throw ofT and which would leave after effects on my constitution the most of thewinterLast tryPerunawas broken up and in flue days more 1 was a wen man I recommended it to several of my friends and all speak the nothinglikeIt Is well nigh In fallible as a cure and gladly endorse ltC F Given- A Prominent Singer Caved Trent Loss or Votet Mr Julian Weisslltz 175 Seneca street liuffnlo N Y corresponding secretary of The Sangerlust of New York iis the leading second bass of the Sangerlust thelargestOerman singing society of New York mind also the oldest FOUND HIM OUT I nqlJat lie Had the Grocer Throw oft the Track Oat Wai Mtsdakcn Mind I r1II in a strange town dealing with A strange man and I tried not to act strange and still the fellow found me out Milli the newly married man according to the llew York Times My intended wife u4 t had a sentiment about rndtrg our I vredMag night m ourmvn home Tnt honeymoon trip wat not to begin till the following morning Ttat required laying in a sock of provisions for breakfastII On the I railed at the nearest pnx ry tore Sad ordered a supply There was hutterand unit I and eggs and sugar and vell everybody i knows the string Understand I did every thing a bridegroom u not expected to do to throw the fellow off the Mack I ordered thing offhand not from a fool slip of paper hut from memory I talked to the pretty cashier and ate an apple out ofa placelikeI did and thought I had the grocer com pletely fooled when on handing me the packages he aid Well sir I hope youll give usyour trade when you get settle- dPreferred to Be Alive Chollr Charming widow imt the againAlgy a widows second husband Well Id rather be a widows second husband than her lint doncherknow London TitKit TheKleancomfortable saylightChicago oU Invariable Tirtu cf IITheJacobs Oil It lha klnt cure to Sprainsand Bruises 4 I Price 25c and 5Oc 4 DESTPOM1EL IN TIlE WORLD fFo3AL rAL- iuLjAttI ISTK1ITOTHHGCTII pALes3 t131i r aWEJl IJoI JI JRGP6IIrnr tfoeailkuusds workitii fsevcreiusJkdMeideii llGww ANKZ 1ee In IS99 The Sangerliiit celcbratetuts fiftieth anniversary with a large cele bration in New York City The follow lag is his testimony About two years ago I caught a severe cold while traveling and which settled into catarrh of the bronchial tubes and so affected toyvoice that I was obliged to cancel my engagements In distress I was advised to try Ieruna and although J had never used a patent medicine before I sent for a bottle1 Words but lIly describe my surprise to find that within a few days J was greatly relieved and within three weeks I was entirely recovered I am never without it now and take an oc casional dose when I feel run down Julian Weisslitz If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Pre runa write at once to Dr Hartman giv lag a fun statement of your case and a he will he pleased to give you his ralu able advice gratis Address Dr Hart man President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio Sft DOtJ61AS SHOES UNION MADE L Douglas makes wttf mmltm 3wdProco perm itpnm rHgmanufacurer In the wend 25000 REWARD will be psd to anyone who tOO diprove tOils tatemen DouglasIsthielargeatrnanufaiturer be can buy cheaper and alower4cernsto sell shoes for S3M antI S300 equal in every way to those soIl elsewhere forSianul S300 The Douzlu secret pro lfAWii13ii1 abolatelywearlofourTmoneyJVutlrel tlalSiulneuiAgllnof Sanao4SO7O In Four Yean LINEWorthg9raPatentCorvusCoI4DOUGLASuJauimilu Cataiogjrrrw WESTERN CANADA Is attraetlDir more attention than any other dis 0 triO la the nunSSThe Oratory si ito WorU The Last ci Sra ehlce The Nimmrai Feedlag Grouumds for Slick Area sties crop In 19M I9S7JIO acres TIelJ 1517 II792W54 bushels i nee cf Water Fuel wITiri ili Cbrap Uuildinc Ma pasmueIJ3sp1ptc rI STEAD LAfl8 OF 500 ACRES FREE tbe only charge lor wblcb liI iLuliwaytapI dsnaCiandloernment lasmtgrutteaOCtawaLaw nidr Toledo Ohio J IX DCXCAX times 1 ccruncata girlDC 700 reduced relies j ruiyu etc lFREE TO WOMEN iuttnerIincas of female JIcur- I Ing all Inflammation oDd discbarxes wonderful as a cleansing vaeinal douche for sore throatnasal catarrh as a mouth wash and to remove tartar and whiten the teeth Send today a postal card vtllldo Bold hydruecUU orient pnttpnldbr as SO miredVilEBstoo Sea 1 iTO HOMESEEKERS pmottuctteesotlscautbeseU iashvillf1CbUa FARMS TennessecKemttuckyAishatuia- Georgia noogah St PRICES REASONABLE Climate healthful never scrvcotd or verr hot All marketable crop grown and bring better prices than in the North Rainfall ample and well distributed il I CORRESPONDENCE with Real E UU I pjeaU la the North Invited j11 For pamphlets write to H F SMiTh Traffic Manager NASHVILLE TEi- JNDYOATHARTtC AU Ik GeatiM stamped C C C Never sold ia talk Beware of the dealer who tries to sea somctkJar Jut as COOL I A LITTLE MONEY 1 paid eatS booth burs a ccoJ flute farm W acres fctunmm oia n frail tail S nllw to B R coDlitnQ tmoots timber land Price Iii hfcrrmontti Bererence 107 K C bank BuntlfBl was Missouri Kantu irksa sat or Oklaboms rod Me tin farat tltbtr tauM3 stems or aver LOTT THE LAND MAN 40 1Wt Sib St Ksaas cUr Re 2 AM96r1 am1fii ii saw is adss- eAaBwL yea Ms55tiIllf5Y Iw i IIf4umpnpoenoiI r rllYare trout or other fish found in the headwaters of mountain streams is u r question often aked by those unacquainted with the habits and abilities of I Jti It is naturally supplied that thh ull follow the current gradually at least nnd once they have passed below the fall of a mountain stream it iis not generally believed they can get back Jgaln In the first place of many different pveiof fish comparatively few de scend a stream in which there art falls 1 have watched thr clear waters id thc cataract of Niagara for hours for fish but do not recall ever having tren a single fish pass its brink and nltinpc ilownwards though 1 have ctn them approach close to It zflt1iwini away again Iih swim against the current much oftcner than they permit theintclic to float with it The tee shore ofa ake on a windy day is alwaysI the best place to fish In the Fraer and Co lumbia rivers of the west in the Mag netawan the Moon and the Muskosht rlvrrs of the Muskoka tit net of Can S tull11 in Ihe St lohns and tIll tirinicIii Vivers tlf New ItrmiMtick 1 lint t natchcii the fish light the current nail- go upuard over the smaller falls in prrfiCt Jwarms Tilt vulmoii iiSi I vfffr a wonrerful sight to ihr fhll over The phrti graphs rcprnc iiced with this article nlTlr HIltIi f a c f thet abiltyTifi a game fish to asctiiVa rapid NINE FOOT JtKP Klrtaiu TIe n trc taken alcnj hit h a wntcrs of t ho Tli iniiMiii mer a tributary if tin Frar in Hriti h Cc Ihunbia The Fnuor a lIt it li iluilai ir U art ani iip the grcatot ilmnu rivers rf tIlt world They 1 rt a rrndtd r cry 5 ear by 1Uiht lee thunands if tiitSpamHV fish Tluv dart I lirungli rtiiiiig torrents in the narr iv shutes in II niiphty tram never to reluri1 I again They go up the river to pan and the efforts they make to reach a Taint at far up the iru p sibleare bejcrU rhf iniaiiiiatioii The fall ioxvn here are nine fee high Below them in the ThonipMin jtre others of a les height The fishI to have reached the e fnlli nm t have I I I I JUMPED AND MISSEDI ascended more than tOO feet above theII sea level alldthoualldIIf them arc found here all of which eanie from the eea The tuo pictures given here in all probability tJimv the same fall The smaller pictnre showing un un tlandi I I give up until the purpose of passing i fall is accomplished it iis quite jxi si bic that the one making the tuceessfrlI attempt for he went on over alt I laniioil safely above the brink iis the Miiue fih tjiat failed hill a short time before Even ltruce famous spider was notI more persevering than are nlmllll who LEOPARDS AS PETS TThcr Cxhlbll Jtuch ln rlllKencr nnilI Apparent AfTceljuu lint Can Sever lie Tranled Sir Samuel Baker she me txcr lellladie to thubL athcnturoua pen 5 Pie who endeavor to snake pets of wini bfjtstJ especially tigers and leopards Although the ctipjs of leojiards are charming playthings and exhibit much intelligence and apparent affection i I aIis great mistake to adopt such coat- S puncHI for thr ir hereditary instincts are certain to become developed in full Town life Rudeael to grave disaster The common domestic vat is some 1 times uncertain with her claws niir most people must have observed thst he seats and bucks of leather chairs are well marked by the sharp talons which cannot refrain from exercising their power upon anything which tempts their operation 1 remember a leopard in that was considered tame fihartolmlII broke its chain and instead of enjoy i ujr its liberty in A peaceful manner fi at once fastened upon tbe neck o II aiucUftmed cow and AVOU J have IdlletV Ii he nhiiual had It not bcenitselbeateZ i dralim hcl b All sachjjreafnres are u 1trnst voijl tL the Eholililbt l1yoldtd as I 111uJ d1 at lbO3V t tl li ui I 1C 0 e Lt p8l1 1i1 f cl i- iSS wish to pass an obstacle of this nature I between them and their spawning ground for ilinft I course to get to their nurseries tthat tthe fish makitI them prodigious efforts They will try try again till thc Ire tired floatII PUI8111Ii cf reshcd unllI out again for another tn And if the water rundown low so thatI their chance is les i of ascending theywill wail for days and dup iu that poolI until a spate1 comes and then out and at it once more There iis many a river on this continent where many perhaps a inn jllritJuf the fish that attempt the as coot are balked all through the sea ltI by some such obstruction ue this a nil tt I i RinnuiiilierIy go down Iio t lie ea again and recoup without having accomplished title of the main objects of their existence and the object for which solely they I came into fresh water It iis rather a- Pathetic sight suggesting many a hUe I 11tlp1ClyI I JlIIII1I and t aci s tI of tlthll fii ns tthis iis very wondei II fill hilt what Iis perhaps s te7I1m takenII nto tie account iis the nature of the 1IkcdT Ithatl the fish Irn for hiliI jump It s tI iin consideration that IIA really eein as if it sigtt lopivr tinI salmon the palm oxer the llea the pras hopprr and all the re t of them a a jumper for tho at leul IlakeotTI fIIIt solid andI a motionlc font hold Hilt vvlun you look at the pecd and Ithe fore with it liich t lie water dimes ruhiiijr away fruit the foot of a fa Itof any heightI you may be dis posed to wonder iiu the firt plate whether it would lit posMhle for any fish to swim iglilistsuell a moinentinii of water att nil whether the lish would not rather be earried down helplessly with itlId then you have to rralie that what tIme talmoii doe ii hut only to conic rumluimigimp I throuili and agaiut this rupiiifr tlooti of water hut actually ulug thit his leaping hard so to seak to tike off from to jump up from it in the oppoMte ilirec tion to its current nine feet MIX in Ithe air When we realize this it lltoet indeed as if there must be M iilie I cry remarkable force in the JUhs tail that calm propel its bdso gnat a i stance off reh a swiftly reiedini fulcrum and we are eompelleU to rd unit that the leap of the salnmn iis rralme of the most astonishiiit ex flrltI Itihit inns in nature of itilt application the salinou sf the 0ll mSt rivers in their arteiopls to sur mount these torrents so have I watched the hills the pickerel the trout of the inland streams A fator ice resort for thi sort If pastime iis in the Muskoka district of Ontario where the swift streams dnsh over fall after full There the small mouth haK take then sceiuinjrly with as much tae as dithio salmon of IIlie coastl Ithough II have never seen them go t1I high The great falls of the Moon near where tthe river empties into icorgian bay offers exceptional opportunities for watching this won derful ability of the northern linis At hues one may watchI for an hour ill more without seeing any attempt made and then again a number of them may go OWl the sloping falls liLa a file of iolfiers on drill DANIEL rLEVEHTOJ iniibt interesting of the rperics the hunting leopard I Fells juliaia II hate never met a pernu that hid shot one of these nnimals in a wild Mate and lIch an animal ii rarely pICt with in the jungle The hunting leopard iis totally differ tilt in shapis from all other IroKinl Instead of being low timid bug with hurt hut massive Itg it stands eX tremely high the neck iis long the pireillIt 5 generally admitted that the hunting leopard is the fastest animal in time world an it can overtake upon open ground thiS wellJinown black buck which turpo ses in spevd the fast est Engliah greyhound Jnconnolnble Dear Friend Pry to console your sell my dar Ittnteniber that youi late husband was very very old und he left you it fortune you know Young WidowYeti but ft was on on condition that I should nellevermarry again Uoo boo lmooNI Y 1111 Momeirtea PtcleC- QraliI I OQ always worried whea oJ arnbtjyinmtnevciohesCoedellaOk trketherf I jJiffrJookstyUiii alid be unconifortnble I t tQ fj 1it I X SECURE A FREE HOME III THE FERTILE WHEAT FIELDS OFih ihWESTERN To the Editor The emigration of welltodo farm ers from the United States to the Canadian Northwest has assumed such proportions that organized ef forts arc now being made by inter ested persons and corporations to stem the tide The efforts are being initiated chiefly by railway and real estate interests in the States from which the bulk cif the emigration takes place The movement of popu lation has taken from numerous states thousands of persons whose presence along railways in these states made business for the trans Sortation companies The move widelyknowntlement of vacant lands along these lines partie who might lane locat ed there being attracted to the free mid more fertile lands of Canada Time result of the movement has been that the railway companies not only srI time vacant Innds along their lines remain vacant but they alo see hundreds of substantial farmer who have helped provide business for these railways move away and so cease their contributionsI The farmers have moved to Canada be cause theywere convinced that it nomild eto their financial interest to do so In moving they have urea inconsiderate enough to place their own financial interests before those of the financial interests of the railway corporations In addition to the railway corpora tions real estate dealers are work Ing to stem the flow of emigrants Ot course every emigrant who goes to tanada means ItIme hiss of com missions on land deals by realI es tate dealers Now a person litti hut to know what time interests are that are trying to Mop the How to know what motive iis influencing their course The emigrationi means tinan C huh os to railway corporations and to real estate molt These interests therefore are nut directing their op position efforts out of any Ilove fur the departing emigrants or out of any high patriotic motives either They mire doing so purely from self Mi interests It is a matter of dol tars and cents with them They art so patriotic they are so consumed by lute fur their fellow citizens that theywant to prevent these fellow citlens going to Canada and grtiiiij flee farms of the hut wheat land in the world and instead they want ti male them stay on high prieeil farms in till Initcd States where they will continue to pour money mIss t lu- 1s5kCts of these railways and real estate men One of Jhe methods emjiloyrd iy these interests to stem the tide is i lie distribution of matter to news papers painting Canada in thIhllk Cit colors These articles emanate chiclly from a hull iin St louis They are sent out at frequent intei Mils fr iinnltaiicoiis publication A writer iis employed at a high salary ti prepare the mattert Moreover statement absolutely at variance with the truth have lately 1een published broad tat The e ap pear chietly in what purport To be letters from persons who are nlegcd to have gone to Canada and become disgusted with it Only a few of such have been published and they con tain statement that are absurd ini their falsity Vfiether the parties whose names appear in connection with these letters hue over been in Canada and ifso their history while there iis to be thoroughly looked into The discovery of their motive like time discovery of the mo tire of the interest who art en gineering the opposition may prove illumining In the meantime however it may be pointed out that only a few of such Utters have appeared but since ISO OWl S7 MW American ret tiers have gone to the Canadian West Can any reasonable person suppose fur a moment that if Csmut dp was one narter as hail as repre sented in these letters the t1 Americans now there would remain iu the country or if the Canadian West hail not proved the truth of allI that was claimed for It the papers of every State in the American North west would not be titled with letters saying so Imagine 57000 aggressive Americans deceived and not inkin short yhift of their deceivers The ffct is tin S7000 are well satisfiedI and are encouraging their friend to f llow thefi Anyone who sees any of these dis paraging letters should remember that it iis railway and real estate in terests who have from purely selfish reasons orgauied a campaign to stem the flow to Canada I IiucitcI were huH as bad as represented there would 10IIU need of Kitoli an sigani ation The fact that such exists is of itself a magnificent tribute to Canada Finally it should not be for gotten that time letters published arc brimful of falsehood and that 87000 satisfied Americans in the Canadian West constitute a Ihing proof that tmch IIs the ease The Canadian Government Agent whose name appears in advertise ment elsewhere in this paper iis au thorized to ghe mull information as to rates and available lund in West ern Canada Precious Gina Beryl Yes I know the count is very sincere in his attentions to me How can you ay he iit a trirter Sibyli know that tie loves you dcarand that it why Isay he pave undue attention to trifles Baltimore Herald Mollirr Grays Sweet Powders For 1 nurseinl Coldcure Feverishness Constipation Stomach and Teething Diorder and de SarnplFREE DameHowinto which you hue moved Second dontknowYWeeklyFnnnz thine about selfmade mea Vhat that They never haTe daughter who srs for c lfmadt dressee Philadelphia Press Ta CIe ev Cold Id Oae Dy AIlruJTie fellow whsit down anti wait fox ins rich relation Jo die must consider goM1j4ipb a J f r BONFIRES OF BANKNOTES of the flank of England DUppie of time Paper Monrjc ThatICome flack to itsFew people areaware that a Hank ofTEngland note leaves that bunk hut s lice and that the moment the Old Lady of Threadnecdle Street regains pwssession of the crisp sheet of paper its doom is sealed even though it has jtcn but fie minutes in circulation Like the Imperial Hank of lermany Jill national banking institution de stroys its old notes by fire hut the Hank of France ansi the Itiited States ltreasury prefer to destroy their old iaper currency by chemical usroccsscttIthough the firstmentioned lo indulge Iin banknote bonfires says lLondon Tit Bits Every year notes of the face value if tCis000000 sire consigned to the flaines in Ithe Rank of Kngland furnace not all at once of course for that would be an operation too len thJntll monotonous for the officials who must be present to witness it to take at one sitting Fifty thousand stoles of various de nominations are ihiily issued by thank and in packets of 10000 theyare rlcstl roved Itnt err it is burned a re InrnedI note is kept in tilt banknote library for five years in cast it may llit reipiired for reference Its one of 77 KK000 notes the number usually in tock hilt if it iis required it can be iirnrd up in five minutes so perfect is I till system of filing This death stock iis kept in 1X400 boxes each of which measures I inches in length by ten nches in width anti nine inches in epth Ire I Ihey are burned a bole iis punched through the figiircshowingtbeirvaliie and till chief cashiers signaturei iis torn s IT They are packed into the furnace while tin officials look on the fire is ilighted and in a short while a lit I leash s allI I thiitI remains of tulsa ouieu repre sentedt many thousands Brit is sov ereigns The IImperial Itank of iermany burn over IOOOOO000 nubs yearly It seems i number that should represent a rudy colossal sum but then many of them curt for small amounts and time majorityI for not more I hall live marks Twelve million pounds IIw the amminuunt reprrsenting time annual destruction of tOOIMHI notes of Ithe Bank of France They uI 10 lit burned in a cage rotat jing over a huge fire into now they art reduced to a pulp in tIn presence of several directors after luring first punched and stamped Canceled Such destructions take place every fortnight Comparatively few pound notes are teen in dreat Itritain hilt in the tnitt1 States it is different oust sees more pa per currency than cash IIndeed in no country in tilt world aro many notes iin circulation Hundred of millions of dollars worth of hills varying in value from M to VO are iissued by the treasury while more are iissued by tIlt inniimcr nble small banks nil over America se cured on a cash deposi wih Time gust ernment The Itrensiiry will redeem these infill I Uantitie for gold or tiew bills at any time Old noie are always bcinjr usrtesliimsh when their numl rs have been verified and canceled they are OIHt e upI in packets of a hundred ISefore they are ready for the de Mruetor four holes curt driven through e tch bundle by a great punching ma chine next the packet art cut in halves moist onehalf goes to be again counted ant cheekf d1 All being fount correct Ithe mutilat ed bundle are passed miI for further bad treatment this time bring placed in a huge machine the interior of which iis titled with numberlrsx sharp blades When these revolve t hClltuse bills into minute fragments Still they mire nut finished with From the maceratingI machine the frngmtnts are sent to the vats nnd boiled in N chemiciil preparation Ml that remain after Islit boilingiis a pulp listless a currency hut useful for molding htttts ofI the president mid model of Americas fa moil buildings I for which uiiiiiie purpose it i readily bought by manufacturers II f I hIml1 similar articles MORE HOTEL PARASITES The tusmIer sf Urau I htrlnac- r11I1 tu jopu iiIiiisd the Itrgtleu The dieo iit hi I 111 iiiinli that n cer in 1111of niiiikind iis on the de iiilil iliereasc jits iitr of elTorl to Mop the guns ih of lit kind The hotel pantile i griming ill inmiber stin the Ihlcagii Tri huuc TIlt Hir kite i ia llItjc liieb ues hotel stationery liutilI eluiir hotel inalelie IltH1 i01l1 ii1ithautti hole 1iessuaspcr if htlIlI t nre iliini- He write hit Itttcr1 tin hotel desks Heaclorns s hut thin it in the hoUlI lobby He paraiTes shsihiut hoist aiil adds btailly to I hteiiiery- He nil but live atI the lioel When jiienl time eonits he folds bis tent and silently steals away The hull pro prietor cannot object unlers the sa ra- tite iKCome noisyi or sli epy I IIiNnpi to have a senseof the jiroprieii s nhich still keep him from iirconiiiii huh terous limit there j jII elsa uee thai hf will stretch out his legs and Iaihisbhi in a lintel chair Thai iis its ic the tav cnn keepers opportunity a niht He bounces time parasite X IIf a parasite were lo sprid a tot In the hotel which he Hatters w ii hIliaf tentions Ihe would be nn outcast among his tYihcMiien The parasite according to Ithe ohsoni1t huts of I ti lintel keepersIs n Mijlii win- Some hot chketsems are no altogeth er opposed to tIlt parasite lleii nkt the hotel odice look as if umll hill was doing WhatV the useof kicking Waii in proprietor The aduriimeiiiniilv ax au tvay So long iti they kue p lIntand quiet sue have to let tht vi May The most expense they cause iis iio iin stationery toothpicks und miehe The stationery serves its purpose Whenever they send a IvUtr siway on ii they spread the hotel Advertising Theroatches antI the loothplcks art dead loss Several characters make the plrc a headquarter They can alwoy5 find a paper which some one han cJUcardrd They begin Vtb the fltflt5iimf piipirj attd5ilien sit around anij wait for hi ijoo1ieditlons r Ko use in kickingv Thtrc tire chain enough for all of them and tIJqlthe place look prosperous Jd 0 I TWO5GWALs There arei w 0 g n seriousII kidney illshe first sig nal comes from the back with numer ous aches and pains The second signal I comes in the kdney secre thelurine g Y colored nnd showing brCKdutIike deposit Urination u Infrequent tootfrequent or excessive You should heed these danger signals before chronic complications set InDia betes Dropsy Brights disease Take Doans Kidney Pills in time and the cure is simpleaJ F Walnwrlght of the firm B ones Wainwright painters and contractors Pulaski Va says Four ir five times a year for the past few years I have KiilTered with severe attacks of pain in my back caused from kidney trouble During these spells I was in such misery from the constant pain and idling that it was almost impossible forf me to stoop or straighten and itm really seemed us if the whole small f mh81k had given away At limes I amino haul difficulty with tImei kidney secretion which were dis olored irregular anti scalding anti I was also greatly distressed with headaches and dizincss I used i number of recommended reme lies hut I never found anything no iiiceessful ns Deans Kidney Pills ih hen I heard of tl em I hail an stattack and procured a box of them In i few days time pain anti lameness dis ippcared the trouble with the kill acy secretions was corrected and my tJsI rill was improved generally I taunt every confidence in Doans Kid ncy Pills A FKKK TRIAL of this great kid aey medicine which cured Mr Wain iright will be mailed to any pert of the United States on application ddress FoKterJlilburn Co Buffalo V Y For sale by all druggists price Vi cents per box DEPEWS LATEST 1 Yarn That Han Xot Coat Down from Prtod the GlaelalI Senator IV eiv hal a new story when hatihiineii up at the senate one day recently unit Ithat in itsrlf is worth recording for inIotigator recently have on a number of DfltItit epev lory iis really good ay the Haiti flare herald Vben I arrived home vettenfav even ny taut tics kenafor I wa intercepted aboutJeI j I lieu ruin partliun inator hut willyez bPlundanillI us tell mluta all this talk ilhtut rlolure in th unit I nee in the slier aoon patllro louise II replied thats to keep the senators from talkinj T katie the inators from tulkin iiitH Mike Then after a pause he aid sna tnt Well1 Jlike If Ian get Briuget t nm fur th sinil qiIl yea giv her juie uipartII What Inrle Iteoben SaysuiIt was IIVacon White of our church ivho was guine to t1I hit mewl an Ind ie price to de benighted heathen of friaIbut he wri saved de trubble home be orgbted heathen of America utealin de aniI oidl an a wheelbarrer to boot Dettoit free Press IEven With ibm Mr Flirty Uuntinc i IIsaw Mrs Berrpnaii on time treet tt day i ie Uwkeil trmini in her niournniK gown Mr Flirty Isarrtitic iltytlisuleedI It s a pilv we alt cant be xvidon Detroit tree Press j While our Inadinj novelist was grubbing stuiiipi itt Wednesdav some person who is undnnbieiily a friend of the reading puhI he io Inc nianuM npt othislatest novel Atiantn ConsiiluMon lta a poor pusher girl that int stuck up I hitago Daily News THE MEN AND WOMEN Who Enjoy the Choicest Products of the Worlds Commerce Ksowlrdge of What la Beat More ls porlaat Than Weallli Without It It must be apparent to every one that qualities of the highest order are necessary to enable the best of the products of modern commerce to attain permanently to universal acceptance However loudly heralded they may not hope for worldwide preeminence unless they meet with the general approval not of Individuals only but of the many who have the happy faculty of eelectlnsr enjoyIng and learn lag the real worth of the choicest prod ucts Ther commendation consequently becomes important to others since tit meet the requirements of the well la formed of all countries the method of manufacture must be of the most per feet order and the combination the most excellent of Its kind The above Is true not of food products only but Ila sept cially applicable to medicinal agents and after nearly a quarter of a century of growth and general use the excellent remedy Sup of Figs Is everywhere accepted throughout the world as the best of family laxatIves Its quality Is due not only to the excellence of the combination of the lajcatlve and carmin ally principles of plants known to act most beneficially on the system and pre seated in the form of a pleasant and re meshing liquid but also to the method of manufacture of the California Fig Syrup CO which ensures that unIform ty and purity essential In a remedy In tended her family use Ask any physician who IIt well Informed and he will answer at once that It Is an excellent laxative If at all eminent In his pro fession and has made a special study of laxatives and their effects upon the aye tem he will tell you that tt Is the best of family laxatives because It IIs sim pIe lad wholesome and olcanses sad Sweetens the system effectually when a laxative Is needed without any upleasant aftereffects Every wellIn formed druggist of reputable standing knows that Syrup ot Figs ie an excel lent laxative ant U glad to sell It at the regular price of fifty cents per bet the TMcaus it gives general stUfo lIon but one should remember that Ito order to get the boneflctal erectS of 3yruB 9t Figs It 1la nnecessary to buy the genuine which U sold In original peek a aenly the name ot the remedy- n1pI or Figs anst mis Ute full name et the Ce Bi nyCeJlfoT ls Thg Syrup Ces- pniated ye tko ftremjt of e orx paeles- T L r A IJ iLI1 it in wnrrijt fOf t tiTMTCf Retaliate Epsa a frjimg Kutemel- orlt Wile Fake ltIt rMM llr Hlsrtrr aMiehiranentomologist at thatimse been bitten by a wouldimegmei entomologist for he spends hi life in the uplifting of the bug species but iis erema not my a the St Paul Globe This how ever wee an exaggerated ease at the toMichiganthe habit and haunt of the winter bug himIIlapsedintoi everbec undobIdlyho modern spirit of scientific tion that bit the professor it anybody prying int ito manner of and desired no aMistanc until tli asked for It can be fairly said that it the very best bite of the winter bug ia i t to be hoped that the summer bug kindlier nature and know a little bout modern science II she U I worked A SOCIETY PAIL Mary Hail Her Xotlo About Ape leg Before Geat IB Prs eatable Frsa Mary is an humble but none the iirditprniable servitor in an uptown taurant In the small hours of the ing she comes in and clean the and the bar floors so that they will presentable to the patrons of the next Recently she waited alter her urual in the morning until the steward relates the New York Time Please sir may 1 speak to you asked What is it Mary he said tiJe have a complaint to make abe Its about that Anniei deans up the place above I had a limilair a new one sad I put it n cellar end Annie come along and Well youve got another oneS ycur lie asked Yes Mr but look at it You olll expect A lady to conic up whore riay be guest and have a pail like would you sir Andappreciating Marys feelings 1 were indicated by the tears that glistening iin her eyes the steward wouldnt A tiemulac Clocb You cannot possibly etrape me said Istlfsly and with folded arnie she looked at rom with disdainful iin her glance ti know you are and Iama poor that you are and IaiD homely that you are good I am as bid as any one could imagine sq there i ia realty decent deserving luw after you and u we are a decadent novel he shall be thrown and hia heart shattered and I shall you at the last There is no help for there iin no help for it IIam the lhero though it iis all a huge farce to Seeing the force of bit logic and w to ravi the lot of uIhtorithe reader a suspense lhworkshe surrendered hateful II the appeared to herrBaltimore American A Veteran Story Bath X Y April lJfl1Th first sideration of tne Commandant and in the conduct of the Soldiers and I ou Home here is the health of the eran Kidney Troubles are the most iron canse of ailment very fev of the men escaping these in some form or Of course the comrade no alt pesuble for themselves and one of mo t popular and useful remedies ploved is Dodd Kidney Pills which to be almost infallible in tae of derangement Indeed there are Itt veteran several who claim to PillsForthe home from Minneapolis Minn given up bv four doctors in that city sad Bright Disease ami never to live through it but his life was aand hi health restored by Dodd net Pills His experience has made the very popular among thy men and no who Iiused Dodd p Kidney Pill for Kidney Trouble has been d aloint What do st un your face shavmgV ktr man who smelted bay rum Court plaster usually pheil the nervous ehapKluomily iiati Comm ri11 Gazette GeraldWillnothing move jGeraldine You talk to me aa if I an automobileTown Topic Pisos Cure cannot be too highly as a cough rureJ W OBrien 322 Ave X Minneapol Minn Tin 6 IHopc and hustle enable a man to I Chicago Daily ywa Universally Accepted U TheBest Familu WI SYRUP OF I Detroittl to tfo tells to Vegetable recommend my caused sisters befall and c so weary with keep np I I I was utterly ad and it was 1 took the my restora 4I wu ft ifr well In elated and a St Detroit Mm who beprodueit ffodgfnJf Amateur i o In this r Lydia Ess r Kci of consider is only have thecmedi till = en flAK at whole o l1 money tells 1 it upon I neighbors truth unfortunate iif I l es on Fifth k tI Sot and long tobte thiag ego sr iva country horses cows a in s g FIQ8MissOannoriSecy allowed to ii the tame e things he 7a Itp with y gravel yen S feathers oai 1 a a new girl a to be I I aurToWD 4 is the onlY J yI I Chicago sod i V iI tjjfe Tf n nut of t the top Vi ffAV e train Union Chiii giving stv I Sflk Woot bjr wealth o IS i Recommended bu t Manu Millions 1 ci The Wellinformed Throu0hout the World MuifaGtfM by r JeS I 41 I FTt11 8f YiIbVLatisn the rhetuaithf atiilJhUiil joints wer be1igd1- eu r i11i Ids sufferings art vwjr fltHtC3 of tae met w W iW to know Is vhftt sHHJW c an BKf bla disease 4 xwdlng to thousands of gMtetel kstas 1 tfpbdfs Sarsaparilla It niptl7 iedtraltzestho odd In the blooS on which the disease depends com pletriy eliminates it and strenRtbena the b lyrttm agalmt Its return Try HM HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY May 21 1008 f IHarlan Hurst of Landsaw was c t bor5pt Surday aud stopped at b tQ Day- House Born May 18llrto tho wife of Clay Lacy of Daysboro a girl- 1eight 11 pounds I Floyd Bynj of Camptonf wag JieteJbe first of the week and stop ped at the Day House- S ITCHING oozing scaling Salt 4 I llutiutu is cured by Hoods Snrsu paiiltathe great unequalled remedy for every kind of SKIN DISEASE j Heri Hilton of Cannel City1 was in town last Sunday and took a dinner at the Day House 1T E Bucklbn Cos traveling e I representative was a guest at the Day House Tuesday night DJohn A Taulbee of Jack son was in town Monday and took dinner at Judge Pie atts i TsreaCeliGasDaY Take Laxve Brown Quinine Tablets SS Att drajeitfs refund thelmoney if itfalls it 4 S to5ttw ErW7 Groves1 signature Icon e1ib box 25c 1 u3apt Dickson representing a ufbcinnati house was at the Day House Tuesday and Wednesday fA lady lrummer fthe first to hit tki town Was here Monday rep renting some cerial food concern JVVm Isaacs representing Belk n f ACa hardware merchants of 4IiotcsyilIo was m town Tuesday CASTOR IIA- Sex lafamta and Children 4Tb KM YN Mill Always Bight- isth8 Jc gatareoL 1Oharley Whaley has the thanks of the editor and his better seten ejghths for a mess ofangel food- Robert Day who has been ino bad health recently at Midland Texas is expected homo in a few days Frank Havens representing D A Leffeuwell Co Ashland Ky was interviewing our merchantst Tuesday A Thoughtful Man M JI Austin of Winchester Ind mew what to do in the hour of need- 5lr Hi4 wife had such an unusual case of stomach and liver trouble physicians could nothelp her He thought of and SItriedDr Kings New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured GreentandS S Combs Sons Campton drug guts S- ii MUijLizzie Pieratt of Maytown ia b cousin Mrs Alice Pie 5ratt akdx will remain until after coz1Mealent utaituntil our proposition ezjMmlMlt QbicVibenow and got tho Coy4cJernrna1tind THE HER ALC 1 months for 100 iiob1 A Taulbee of Jackson trd town several days this week akjcUgiandsi with friends all of 4oweglad to see him i AlU Early Riser i UofjfMi tiea at bedtime will cure con tiJbmouilless and liver troubles DeWitis Little Early Risers are the t faa emHtUo pills that cure by arousing tb itecretioni movingthe bowels gently yetfftctivelyi and giving such tone and etroicifi t the glands of the stomach andjliTe that thfi cause of the trouble is rlBiovadjtnUrcly and if their use is COlIMuie4for a few days there will be HO KttwsTof the complaint jiiifikel SllyKof Lacy Creek is coaIisto bisliowe and bed with 1V teMM Mckness hut the nature oft tI4 Oibe19 to us unknown i7 4SDy has4ea Sherrilli Ark 7 1 know located at Little Rock j benefit nt the- may wisn tq Jf tfortbe him t per made a fly rtwrfH lebhaw Monday to get r yteolal outfit which he had V IO l t Leo Cityfor a week ll1 U Siiiiy dAlIiiDe tt u and wife foil upona oiltfchk pd day last week tJi et falabdi I i1sn3ar fL- j t NOTICEMJ claims against the state of Mrs Rosaline Linden deceased nJust be properly proven aud presented lo me on or before July 1 1008 or they will be barred- J CESAR LINDEN Administrator Call at this officeand get a copy of the CourierJournal Then pay us 100 find get it and TilE HER I ALD for 12 months But you must I do it quick as this otTer holds good only 80 days Miss Clara Blair Miss Mary Brown Miss Roxie Daniel and Miss Lelii Bowman four of Hazel Grean Academys most beautiful young Indies paid THE HERALD oflice a visVt this iwjek i estltory for instance it so callat I I this ollico and w6 will furnish you outratetranspprtation A dollar saved Is si dollar made you know Rev Barqey Blankenship of near here preached at Campton on Sunday and Revs Tyler undI Cameron who uro in the midst of a protracted meeting adjourned in deference tohis discourse Dr Bakes wont to Campton Monday and had his diploma reg isterod so that now ho is in line for thn practice of his profession and from the way he is equipped in surgical instruments we judge that surgery is his main fort neII that as it may ho is out for practice His oflice is at the Daytt House and he will answer all calls See his card in this paper i end when in need of his services t live him a callII Miss Ida M Snyder Treasurer of the Brooklyn Kant End Art Club If women would pay more attentionto their health we would have more happy wives mothers and daughters and if they would observe results they would find that the doctors prescriptions do not perform the many cures they art given credit for In consulting with my druggist he advised McElrus Wine of Cardui and Tried fords BlackDraught and so I took it and have every reason to thank him for a new life opened up to me with restored health and It only took three months to cure me Wine of Cardui is a regulator the menstrual functions and is a most as tonishing tonic for women It cures scanty suppressed too frequent irreg ular anil painful menstruation falling of the womb whites anti flooding It is helpful when approaching woman hood during pregnancy after child birth and in change of life It frequently brings a dear baby to homes that have nbarren for yairs All druggists have 8100 bottles of Wine CanlulWINE0CARDUP Sunday morning at thu Chris tian Church Bro Bussabarger willI preachon The Church of the otTeringforand alt are cordially invited to be preseut T J Sullivan of Lee City was here over Sunday to see TIlE HER ALD about publishing his hook on How to Have Health whichwill soon be issued from this office Everybody should read it and now is the time to subscribe- WANTEDA TRUSTWORTHY GEN managebusintSsolid financial standing A straight bona fide weekly cash salary of 1800 paid by check each Wednesday with all expenses Moneyadancedforing Chicago 31 42 John and Marion Davis De weese Wilgus South Coldiron Mitch Campbell and others left here Sunday for West Liberty where they are at work on the new bank building and other structures LaterSouth didnt go Read the adof tho new store at Daysboro Intbis conection we heard a lady say a few days since that Morris Co had as fine a line of dry goods dress goods notion tcjnJ she had over seen and she has been in many stores The little town of Hazel Green1 which 195 good enough for me aa per Jimmie Swango lore is now putting on her best for the coming commencement and the crowd in attendance this year promises to excel anything of the kind in years past JLjhnllhlag exceptdeahDiscoveryforItMfrXBd throat troubles Thousands rfkit1tiija B Van r14rseM chilis and for a yenned er nri jpl heard of tat got no relief wlxrttle of PP KlngslfrwDicovety then cured e a- bljly7 ls InfaJIable for Croup Whootriaf O tVGHt PA ueMotk aid M Trrlt ItagWHw DR fENNERS KIDNEYand Backache All uetIBladder Also DI1UI1t acheHeuU Dropiy Female TroablilCURE Dont become dlsetra s 3 3r Is a cure for you I necessary write ir f enuer lie has spent a life time curing 1ut sucb All consultation xrIS Aftciluslnlrand Backache Cure I passed a crave halt ILSI largnasamarllo The medicine furtherformatlOns I was cured prcventedI w T OAKES Drozelsts SAc IL Ask for Cook Itookrrs ISTTVITUSDANCENoah f1ure loeDDer Cure F Olrcular DrI just improved his handsome little cottage by the addition of a veranda occupying the triangle between wings of his houseIProf Cord is improving his residence by painting insidei andout and papering the interior Wilson is doing the painting and Rico and Whaley the Damon and Pythiai of our town did the paper hang ingA party of young folk among whom wore Messrs Howard James John Bays Charlie Rose and Misses Carrie Rose Etta Daniel j CampItoued meeting in progress at the I Methodist Church there They dined at the Combs House and returned to Hazel Green the same evening very much refreshed by their trip ilThe XRtyi by practical nllliou with the aid ol 1ed it as a fact that Catarrh of the Stomach is not a disease lor itself but that it results frora repeated attacks of indigestion How Can I I Cure My Indigestion Kodol Dyspep sia Cure iis curing thousands It will cure you of indigestion and dyspepsia and prevent or cure Catarrti of the atom ach Kodol digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet Gene Focht representing the Arm and Hammer Soda Co New York was here Monday tacking advertisements distributing red calico caps and presenting pipe j smokers with gutta perchu matchboxes This of course is a species of advertising but not nearlus good as newspaper work and Mr Focht promised TIlE HEKAED some business later on Millard Ritchie of Maytown called a few days ago to have some priiring done and in response to hlslwifei rheumatism when she removed from our town he said She is very much better thank you and was cured by Dr Shoups reme dies a stock of which I keepon sale Wo dont usually advertise for nothing but if this item will save some one from suffering we shall be repaid The Wastes of the BodyIEvery seven days the blood muscles 10SeSjtwostrength kept up without perfect diges tion When the stomach and digestive organs fail to perform their functions DyspepsisCure the strength lets down health Jive way organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesjiue food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that rebuilds the tis sues and protects the health and strength of the mind and body Kodol cures In digestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles It is an ideal spring tonic A rooster in this town recently developed such a vicious disposi tion that he gobbled up every newly hatched chicken he could see In his onslaught he swallow Gilleysboysmined to kill him When they slaughtered him the duckling was still alive and Miss Mary Ellen Trimble bought it for 10 cents It is alive and hearty and notwith standing its Jonahlike experience bids fair to quack quack for many a day BONE FOOD Soft and crooked bones mean bad feeding Call the disease rickets if you want to The growingchild must eat the right food for growth Bones must have bone food blqod must have blood food andso oh through the list Scotts Emulsion is the right treatment for soft bones in children Littledoses everyday give the stiffness and shape that healthy bones should have straighterloose firmness comes to the soft heads Wrong food caused the- trouble Rightfoodwill cure it In thousands of cases Scotts Emulsion has proven to be the right food for soft bones in thikIhoodShwf8 seseple OOT BOWHK Okmlst 4 4J5 Ps1frHt Maw V- r i1t1H1tk Some people take medicine trt keep them well Others appreciate the value of good groceries Ours are healthsatisfying and re liable Your patronage appreciated Give me a calf- HENRY J CECIL Hazel Green Ky George Dyer the tonsorial artist of our town is doing a rushing business each Saturday and in quiry as to what caused so many to be making the exclamation Next I developed the fact that George had just added a lot of bran new razors to his outfit If you havent had him to give you a shave try him- AnAI1TheYearlound Cottage A house that expresses those qualities of comfort characteristic of the cot IIIubstantiali III Ddinrutorl8uchof a home and the one shown is essentially livable antI homelike It is a j house of moderate cost attractive in appearance and artistic in furnishing Home makers can find a wealth of sug gestion in the articleII Mrs Jane George and Boone Oldfield who at the home of her soninlawisII Wm Brewer of Stillwater been quite sick for a week or pant and her relatives are as to her condition ShanxiousI1 I years old and a general decline isI the cause of her illness Georgei ManIdayhis home as soon as she was able fJo withstand the ride Lion Co Statesof The greatest nation in the world is the greatest consumer of coffee Lion Coffee li the standard beverage of every state and territory of the Union Its pure thats why Mwy is I lb strtigb lrJ14 peckss 155554 frsshs qasittz A certain weeklywakesI up its delinguent subscribers in thii4 lively fashion It is said that a man who squeezes a dollar never squeezes his wife A glance at our subscription book leads us to believe that many women in this section are not having their rile cracked Come in and settle ai d show that alls right at home A glance at our sulsjription list will show that there are more women around Hazel Green who have not been squeezed in the last two or three years than any other part of the State Money we must have and we want 500 subscribers within the next 80 days To get them WI have cut the price of TilE HEKALD to 50 cents per year The Courier Journal and HEKALD will be sent to any address in the United States 12 months for 100 the price of each paper provided you sub scribe within 550 days We cant extend the offer beyond that time so you had better hustle Old sub scribers can take advantage of this offer by payLg up all they now owe and those who have recently paid 100 for TilE HEKALD can also avail of the opportunity by extending subscription one year Wanted- A man of wide acquaintance and goodaddress to represent in Hazel Green ono of the oldest best and cheapest accident and health companies in existence Five hundred dollars in case of deathsix dollars per week in case of ac cident and six dollars per week in case of sickness from disease also perfect indemnifica tion free For all this protec tion the combined cost is only 200 per year Everybody buy Big commicsion Write at once to Smith Pharis Stato Mana gers Room 5 Merrick Lodge Building Lexington Ky 2t The recent improvements at Swango Springs indicate that Mr Rittenhouse intends to have an up todate resort and it now looks like he will be able to take care of a good many people this season He has built a handsome and substantial stone spring house which is cemented throughout and will prevent the surface water from mixing with the mineral water of the spring He has completed 14room cottage or at least a few days since ordered furniture for 14 rooms and with the accommo dations he can thus afford he will open up the season Meantime he will go ahead with his building and by the middle of the summer will have room for double the number of guests be can now enter in Time and space this week preclude the publication of a more eitended notice but next week we bopeto give our readers a detailed- description Waa HTcCarty sentenced to be hung atLexiiigtIn for murdering his wife escaped the gallpwi by going the morphine reaL on last Fridayorning SjS- FARMERSAIDTRADERS BIK CAMPION KYI- NCOBPoaATED O W HALBEY S S COMBS President Vice President S O DRUSHEL Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS J R EMUXS GEORGE CLARKI J N VAUGHN Los ItauKRs d O PHUSIIEI S S Coitus JHSTAMPKKJR G W HAISEY Statement of first forty dnjV business RESOURCES Loans and Discautite1O93S lilii Furniture and Fixture IW53 60 First Nat flank Account Illtl l1J JIOExpencJbI 3013 P1 LIABILITIES Vlpililll stOCk iri000 00 Ernitgi0O 1- 1Uplitt 19075 22- it HSL URUSCHEL Cashier 5 Homes dWealth FOR ALL CAN BE FOUND ALONG THE SPEED WITH US TO TEXASKANSAS MISSOURI ARKANSAS INDIAN AND TerritoriesOKLAHOMA And points betted THE FRISCO SYSTEM eirajrou LOW UATKS on the first and third Tuesd1JI of tich imood For dctsiied- infunntion apply lo- A D MLKKAY Qen Agent 407 Walnut Street CINCINNATI y + N V Wii- I 1Q3I rSE2JtjCt + l Bloe Glass 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