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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r wr F svw rr + NMYi W1+AWar tMeva + at p TIlE HAZEL GREEN H- C sdcERALi34w Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and HU OoatUMt by Max OKIUI 0 u EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 28 10Q3 NUMBlltit +t1 r SriCNCER Owner cno d6ThiOldest Most Popular Most Widely CifCBlitii ail Most Quid Paper in tN KmtKky Miwlilw h t e PICK f YKAR y1P lYp t 1t A W WILLIS List KY H Ai W r Cut Out nod Mult loti 1e9L tI C B Special for Eastern Kentucky McCtnsey J lIl7J ting 1J1l1w+ aellon J be to a LIFE LVXUHLYCE for i l iidfi da if 4J-r sr f I r i i U fd- 0- jj HENRY EDITOR I 0- I TEN OR TWELVE PAGES I ISSUED EVERY o tooVtARI1 0REFORMliI MORAL REFORM 0-tt BEST EIUTORIAUJ BEST POLITICAL ARTICLED lliwr STORIES 1 BEST MIWJELLANV BEST BOOK RBVIBWB BIT PIOTUUEP II DIST POCTIIY BEST CiiiLDiiKNtf l tG1 1 1BEST HOMK NBWS rlBIkT NEWS r MARKET REVIEws BEST OF EVERVTIIINL- o JOURNAL COMPANY LOUISVILLE KY 0LBy n spocial you can got tho HAZEL HERALD ANn TUB tjJLit CourierJonrnal Beth Oae Year for Only l1li1 I f t WASH MILLER President B HAMPTON Caihier VicePreiident J W Caskier iiiii i liiSGiiL iiitWINCHESTER PAID UP CAPI1lLjOOOOOOO 0 j Americas Greatest Weekly 0 r1- ilToledo Blade OHIO 0 NEW PRESSES NEW STEREO TYPE PLANT NEW AND MOD ERN APPLIANCES IN EVE RY DEPARTMENT AND ENLARGEMENT OF BUILDING TO FOUR TIMES ITS PRESENT SIZE o the close of 1H02 the Toledo will he installed in its new building with a modern plant nnd equip ment with tlUll1 to any publi CbicigoItexpressly fur every stile nod territory Tho News of the World so arranged that busy people can more eanily comprehend than by rending climber ollle columns ofI plilinIni written from inception down to date The onlyI paper for people who do or do not rend dnily news papers this and yet thirst for plain facts I Weekly j 1l1rtIorthe news the made short and j j serial stories nnd many departments of thefamilyfenrItiWriiocopyAddrtuTHE TOLEDO OHIO tJ r V 0 JS Wc solicit your banking busiiI ness and promise you prompt told service every attention and accommodation consistent with correct banking principles a ROSE Agent E- Tntliont lr1try ivhdluvvr would pleased consider sainplc of POLICY horn Irlrlrr WEEKLY d WATTEIISON WEDNESDAY COURIER arrangement GREEN Weekly POINTER TOLEDO BIW01U facilities published especially publishes tBLADE careful u uu ROSE DUNNING PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND IWACONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY Invito tho attention of the farmers of this vi cinity to their Im proved fncilitkH for hlncKHinithing and wngonmnking as well ns repair work of nil kinds n ecbanicsinsures 8Rtlllncimnkingnroour upPredatedROSE A DUNNING iVY L CEVEDON JlKrREHKX- TJXOGUGGEWHEIMER5COMlnc leading Dry Goods Notions Jobbers VAj Ky immodiatelyI Overallsandrequest the trudo to inspect my line before placing their orders 46ly O saleat4kteemceat I THE 1REATAITT QUID may Ii Now IiTeiUttU tlu larder af J1 MirctM Dr Ctx aid JaMM Cckr ll A spooinl term of tho Broathitt Circuit Court palled by Judge Rod wino to investigate tho murder of Murcum Cox and Cockrell is now in Boaaion at Jackson and ou Monday Curtis Jott aud Tom White were indicted for Marcuma murder Judgo Itcdwino asked for soldier to protect witnesses and Governor Beokhnm sent 120 of tho State Guard under command of Col Roger Williams of Lexington who are now guarding tho courthouse and tho residence of Capt Kwon Judgo Rcdwino removed Sheriff Callihnn and appointedt Chnrloy Little as elizor and tho soldiers are assisting him in making ar rests etc when noccHHury Judgiug from his charge to the grand jurn part of which we append it looks aa if Judgo Rod wino is determined to sift things thoroughly1 and bring to justico nil tho guilty parties Many how steppoddownpointed His charge follows Gentlemen the conditions that con front you this morning lire loo serious to bo trilled with or oven iippronched with indillbronco or luck of deepest concern You have been impaneled und sworn for the purpose of investigating the assassl iiiitidii of J B Marcum Tunics Coekrell sod Dr Cox use killing of CockrellI and Cox lias been submitted to furrier grand juries who reported no indict rents becnuso of their inability to secure tho cvidencuof important witnesses who were nbcnt liT HU bin a tiiiM1 nifOH to you npain Iin the hope that under thu irewnt rundi tions you will he able to secure sutlicicnt onlythewho in any WilY either directly or indi rectly aided assisted counseled advised or encouraged the killing of these men I will direct you to take tin tho cuiic against Jell charged with the Killing of Marcum flrnt I understand thnt must if not nil tho witnesses in that case nro here or within eu y react lint can he had as fast us you can lake their evi youhocum cato the witnesses in the other two I cases will bo on hand nail that you will I be able to return indictments a mast all I persons who have in anv way been con nccted with the attsacsiiiation of theseII I menGentlemen I cannot impress tho im portance of this work upon your mind too strongly When tho blond of fallen victims stunts thn doorway of this tctnp of justice and hidden nwunsins do their work ol destruction under cover of dark nesnand in the broad open daylight upon thin streets of our town it is certnlul I thoIDO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful made by SwampRoot kidney liver remedy the great medi of the nine century dis years of research by the emi kidney and blad specialist and h wonderfully promptly curin lame back kidney uric acid trou bles and Bright which Is the wors form of kidney Dr Kilmer s Is not recommended for Thecures If you kid ney liver or It will be found Just the remedy you 1It has been tested in so many ways In work In private practice among too po rip pur chase relief and se iucdflful iIn every case that a amngement ha been made by of this pape who have not It may have sample bottle sent mall also a book telling more about Root and how to find out If you have bladder When writing this generous offer In this paper send your address Dr Kilmer Co I hamton N Y Dr after Kilmer have trouble regular fifty cent end Hom of 8Roetdollar sizes are sold by alt good druggists Dont wake say takekht remember SwaJDInoeton every bottle It 8 toeindictmentcoavldtloa of every criminal wko baa had a part Ila TIlehloodJ JustverdictjurylUlallatioa vongHnC8hould countyThereI that will bo effectual to restore peace and will leave no atain upon tho baads of the executioner Tho laws nro made to govern and control the actions of disregardthemearnest desire among tho peoJ to look to the law for redrew when they have been outraged by the commission of great crimes in their midst If the great maw of the good people will live sober quioi uniteinway put an end to this deadly work of the IJlghwnmllll and nesnssin greatmasscrlmcM in this county hits cabled niiuiy who should have been punished to cJcape You have bent selected because you are supposed to bo interested in tho pun Si iHluneutof crime tacnuip thrt it was believed that you wore men of intelli 4 + gence of high character sound judg iiiuiiv and well informed i shall indulge 1the preemption that you are willing iced anxious to do your full duty That 4 means tho indictment of every man shown by tho evidence before you to be NothltlKlelill 1 l ncctpledby r only make it necessary to impanel an other trued jury who will como up to the full measure of their duty Hut 1 expect no such necessity will arise for being citizens of the county with homes families and kindred to protect you munt realize tho urgent no iT sily fur the inont thorough invcftigu ttheiijHiiift thcpulily Thutu will be no inlinidniUn of witnesses or any one interested in these in 4 vestigations I hnvo lucre n company of perrect1 perfect protection iis given to everybody faljhfulCommonwealths cut and oxamiuu tho witnesses for youi aivl I have Instructed him to write the ovidMicc of each witness and Inane the witness sign it All that occris sothc grand jury room nit1 t bo kept secret nod no juror Is allowed1 to disclose to any ono any evidence that is produced before you and you aro not allowed to I talk to any one nbout our work or duty except tho court or Commotiweallhn Attorney Mr Byrd will give you nil advice and additional instruction you may need The court will be rosily to receive your report at nay lieu you may btf reWith these suggestions I submit the important qucxtinns now underconl4ldI oration lute your hands trusting nail yourypower to fix the responsibility for these crimes and that your Jabr may not be in vain All Were laMM Word comes from Willet Ark that Rev John J Cox had a strange malady iiccoiupniilod by yellow jaundice For 12 yours physicians were baffled and though everything known to the profes sion WPB used the trouble remained One day he began to urn Electric litters und in a week a change for the better dune and at length ho won edtlrcly cured Ita the meet riUiwe medlclno OnlyGocGreen and 38 Combs ft Son Uur gists Only a low years ni JGroon led in enterprijljfn in the mountains I=gg with andt1 withldnrieaIIY e lUude away tho pro i1ul down might make sO tl1njt of sires What isi the VIifrom vour laths It Inul on of wo will lutr into y theaOr Indian Tcrri11 his nntng go in person our IrJe tlMI Hfy for you Here is av clectrte vectors Rich farm4 toimyeu Territory leased toruc1 vonys acre with purchaV nmura fur a few shares In pumoe crjarg d and see then uutll Iu elecrmonths FortlU It wnljiM a 4OfficersJut4 10 F Onev III regltmr urla ijift t Subicril r10 H IITHE COOPER HERALD Publlsber HAZEL GREEN t I t i i KYI t r I J rJ LOESIINSTINCTUy II JUUA TRUITT BISHOP Copyright 10317 IXJIj Story Pub Col OWAUD MA11SII author ami jour H nulUt ucknouJrilcu that he JVBK about to undertake n foolish nest and that snort of bit friemls would accuse him of having some thing lucking in Ids mental tuachin try If tlny nhouhl hajipen to incur of t He iicknowleilged it to Trunk the Ity editor who WUH shout nod phlegmatic and rather a dull fellow on the whole to Iris wayof think rug though he rather liked to talk to him ut times because he listened M well He acknowledged It again to little Hiss Ihirbara Scott who hail putscd the heyday of young girlhood one would Kiiy and 1101111lnrth found to lie a nice little old maid enough and I heIl very calmly after his dltcloMirc and It Will only after a lung pause that he land re Inn rked dryly So you are going down Into tint haiku nuds to fled ageniiih And slit dopnit want to Iln found How will1 you know her whets you find hllHut it UIIH tto tllil Harbura that III haid without reserve You know MIss liarburn you wontt inlnd my fitting hire In the gallery will cl1lwcIIlullllllllltI rare I would know her the very minute I MIW her or heard her voice Absurd isnt ittohave fallen in love withsmith mindf It one inght my Hut from the time I read The Pros of Fire I Knew that I miiBt tlnd the author And everything dflsuinte hai writtenI since hns appealil to hi Mich a way there Iix Mich tender tick Mich inMght soinething so elu hive UN thoughour hud caught a glimpse of a Dryad In the uooilw nlllliI knolyItrot to give me her name hot I tMl11lId out that she Hvcii lu this part of the AWFULLY SWKKT TAN orIUAHHAIIA world strange that she writes node that name Oread isnt It Well I k am gulag to stay out here and look ins- curry face III tilt country until I llnd her You may IlIlIgh11 fancy IIIIW sins Mulling but I think 1 shall knowt her lie had told MijH Ito ihirn till same Mory several tl11IIII slner he mats to the lien and secured horrid with Miss Mar barns mother MIssltarbarat sighed a little nod wax thinking nitre doubt lettt of the next days work in the lit tie brown sehoolhouse over the hill than of his ipiest for the Oread whom lie would be sure to know The next tiny he mine back with tithing rod and empty banket hut with ulert step and jubilant eye- I hove caught a glimpse of the new Miss lUedsoe he said thone whoI been away from home Her name itit it 1 have Tern Mlss Sarah d have halfway believed that have written TIll Cross ofC s n cultivated girl you the house is filled t+ 1 ally must he ono or the edsorstlnynrenlmofhr st re lulu incapable of it well rite In a very MOW viot what you tyI nt nth And thll- ll1I1 have heard 1 row that she wan extraordinary you I looked up from the Ihes the was correct ay and now she bent fialII1 said halfnb pleasure merely to altI even In a glimpse ly wouldnt It be 1 It nil that benuty- vlthMich talent vith nil thnt Mn it nUll such lint my quest is STf Somehow vI have a kind of tn tlnt tliKt thM I need cot go any further The only drnvback to Mr Marshs htipptnesK lay In the fust that he could not well go to tlis beautiful Mlsn Bled Poe and Bay I know that tau ore the Oread who wrote The Cross of FlreV The shy wooillaid spirit who itrd PO carefully hidden herself uway could not lone her secret uncovered tto th light of tiny in such n manner as that hut no matter he would know lie would fcee her face to face very soon prrhapn utnrrowand when he looked Intf her ryes and heard her speak he would know After that Miss Harlmra heard th story front tiny today He always came III IIH she wllrklc1 CIr the exercises late III the evening there seemed to be never an end to those exercises or Mimettmcs it was later and he found lire resting in the gallrry under the balsam visits dayhettwhat a loft voice sheI hasurn aw fully sweet wince Miss llarbara And she IK of jiikt that shy reserved kind a true woodland npirit Miss Sarah IHI quiet tOilhut 1 dont think it can be Mixs Sarah do you Miss Ito rho rat IH aliuoKt sure to be one or the other of tlllII1 am positive of that and it doesnt seem to me that 11is Sarah is possible fIf 11its Sarah were beautiful then would be two possibilities said 1fls llarbara with a little smile and that would lent to a great clelllot irrcHiilutlon and complicate your de cisionHe flushed uneasily Imt the other one IIs beautiful4 1he timid And I am sure she is tin one rAt tine end of the week ho given to silenceI stud Instead of alt ting in the gallery and talking felt Miss llarhara he was prone to i11 up and down the white path in tit a moonlight He had reached the where speech wm ditlienlt Many nights hail Pasted before he pausedI at tilt step and looked up at 11i 1Itmirhura sitting in the shadow Are youboret Iturning her head Yet I have found her lie said withII new quality in his voice That iIt II have found Eve I supm poe I must have come here for that u And she intin Judy of your dreams asked Miss ISarhani after a little pause She may be he said I thou t Vnow I have forgotten the dream Tim only thing I remember IIK that I am in love with the most beautiful woman I hoer ever known Wont more could one risk snit Mss llarbara A heap of little pnpcrx islipped from her lap as she moved I amid Ihe stooped to help lice gather them up It Iis nothing but the childrens exercises she murmured I have been sitting thlrlclrcnmlnJyou didnt know that 1 ever dreamed did you and forgot to put theta away r e Tt wan more thou fix months after ward that Howard Marsh tanked 1InI one shay upon Trnsk sitting in his little den of an oniec where the rapcrs were piled high up 01 every chair March wan just returned from his wedding journey iu lands uforland was a little pale for lit rfound the beautiful Fve was at tithe hard to entertain Illutl to see you timid Trafic with a new light In his cold eyes that took all their coldness taros Just bath froth your bridal tour We didnt take airyhut we mire very happy just the same You You Are you married I ntkcil Marsh Incredulously Yes hadnt you heard Grind TmmviltIIIIIRt 1 around to the house you end Mrs Marsh1 nnd renew old acquaintance Hy tine way It was that silly tout of yours that put me In the notion to find Dread for myself knew her the minute 1 saw her Much obliged to you Im sure Imt Howard Mnrsh hind tumbled tine papers off a chair and wan sit tin there lnughlnya laugh thnt some how wan lacking In most of the ele ments of mirth altClone CnlU In liner TVnr Fantastic escapes trout death worn by no means uncommon features time Iloer war There wns exhi11lf rotor time ago in tine museum of the Itoyal Inlted Service Institution one nt Queen Victorias chocolate boxes In the lid of which Is still deeply tin tinstFame collection there inns jut been added an even more remarkable rrl This is a sliver cigaretteholder case which whit struck by n bullet nt n distance of lSOO yards while it was In the pocket of n captain of the Imperial Yeomanry The curious port about it is that thp officer was not nwnre until nfterwnrd that he had ben struck although the bullet also pierced time sovereign purse tiuil cigarette case which he tens carry ing in time karae pocket News A flonl clock with n dull 100 fret in dinmctV will be one of tire features the St Lout exposition NEVER SAW SUCH LARGE YIELDS s The Cllmmfe TillrallhlThe AVIn- l era Are Ileoiwat In W tcrB Canada Writing from Stirling Alberta to one of the agent representing tho Canadian Government Free Home stead Lands Mr M PIckrell fur merly of Keechwood Kentucky nay of Veptcrn Canada In the first place we will say that the summer season in just lovely In Iced As to the winter well we never experienced finer weather than we are now enjoying We have jut re turned from Northern Alberta and will say that we found the weather to he very mild the air dry fresh curd etIY1l11Ighere lire most pleasant healthy and enjoyable to what they ore in tho Stales tree it gets cold nnd con tiniies so till Spring there fire no disagreeable winds In South AlbertaI It iis some wanner two to four inches of snow may fall and in s few hours a Chinook wind coiwi nlong evaporating theI entire snow leaving terrnfirmn perfectly dry In furl portSuntil we rune and saw for ourselves hereine itwThere lots riot been a day this winter that 1 could nut work out floor Farmers here are calculating on starting till plough the first of March As to farm wages we would not tineu expectation of living by his days work lint nil who do want a home sII advise to have nerve enough to get up anti come fur I there never Ins tbeen xnrlat get a home almost fret tAs to the erupt I have been iu tine fields before harvcist saw the htrwestrdaanti111cvrr saw such large yieldsI I 1na oats near Kdiuonton over MIX fret tall thai yielded 81 bushels per acre anti J talked to a farmer near Rt Albert who had a field year be fore tool that averaged 110 bushels per Herr ami weighed oIa pounds to the bushel All other crops wouldI run iu proportion as to potatoes and vegetable the turnout woe cane fauns I have Mich reports as the tiboxc from till sections that I hne lsited and that has been every com iminity between the Ell 11111 II tnI this fete and Raymond in the ltl1lhrhJ c district 11s to stock raising 1 would advise a man to localeI in this place or any I mlxt1II lorth say near Lacombe Wctasklwiu or IMmonton where it Is not quite HI dry and where there is some tim tier to be had I will say that no where hose I ewer seen a better op Ipert trinity for H man whether he ha I money or nut to obtain H home Nowhere pietiurllweter governed country than Western Canada alTords Inducements to the liomescekcr are unexcelled I met two men near Ponoku on tire iK H It who borrowed the money to pay for their humrrtrudand iin four years those two morn sold their farms one for f 500i the other fur 3000 I tact a man near Wclibkiwin who landed Herr with 25 cents six years ago He Is now worth SOOO TIll advantages for ranching are ex cellcnt In fact 1 do not believe this section emit be bent Markets are good as to li stag a familyI can live as cheap here as theycan in till States The average yield of oat H III thus neighborhood last year waa 70 bushels per acre wheat averaged n5 barley 40 and tlm heel crop was good In consequence of the success IlIrg1llltat Kaymond terra miles froth here In cgnelufloii 1 will flay that X W T from Manitoba to n long dis tunic north of Kdmouton product 4most wOllclcrfllltrlllu Lakes andl rivers abound with fish anti game IIs wuluctiounblyto come to It he desires to better h condition in life 1 would advice theI t1fhbrldgr Wclal edand Kdiuonton districts before local tug I will locate In tint Kdiuonton dis trim next Fall anti several families from the States will locate with m e rrt1n the meantime I will receive n giichl lc klrcdI her Information as to nollwo Hates etc apply to any agent the Canadian Government who 1 names appear elsewhere in chic pa r Great Cxpeelntinn allmlrlDJIHeI v baby Nnr urnsin 1 expect he will makc his mark some day Mrs Mulcnughy fondlyI Sure main an rve expect hell be able ofto do more than make hili mark we want him to be able to write hit CII Wit 1 lN V Times RECORDED IN OLD HEMLOCK latfrenting T le of MB Unknown VIA ctntu Mrmm Told by n Marled Dearer Thin Xllt tong ago John Itivers one of e oldestI guides In the Wisconsin north woodx thought he needed tunic cloy with which to rechink IIIH lug cabin The spring flurry had token out touch of tin clay nUll the rust winds of April were coining through the I racks anti blowing1 tine bin in ketttill him at night relates the bra York Sun He took a spittle and went to a Pure of inaiHhy loud In the west ern part of Vila county nod wad hug out Into the hog began to dig Jle went down five feet without Mrik big tinnyclay but found timber and took some of it up to examine it He brought up several pieces They were orII uniform length of tier feet and three inches thick at the taut Is IIJIIIl1gEach end of each purr showed the Hwrluf beaver cutting The groovesy made by the sharp front teeth were lit plain UK when they were made urges ago Ulvers iis all right on bear wolves nod deer but no great shakes as a geologistl He took some of till tim errs to Minoc ia and asked for ex Opilliollhiltgenre al notion wn that tire beavers math dour the cutting anywhere from SOUII to 10000 years ago In the wetern of Vilas t fitI swamp or marh land This iis inside by slow washings front tire hills which in this instance were quite a unit away How mug it tool the ruins nod melting snows to carry down thtllll from the hills stud build live feet of earth above the top timbers of the ancient beaver lout no none ran say It took a lung timeline wood when the guide dug it up1 was apparently av solid as a rock i miltrillct1Ithours Then It began to dry1 and crumble In two days it was so soft that iit could beI broken by a pinch of tire fingers In three days It was as rot urn as any aboveground punk and in less than a week it had gone tote dry dust That ++ uf a great country for x1 late as 10 ears ago The govern meat established a Thippcwa Indian reservation near there however and that meant tIll death of the beavers anti of everything else that wan Mvift enough to get out of the way fur Indians herded on a reservation destroy every lIII lultur sellable thing it Irma reach in and out of tea son There lots been no beaver trop ping to speak of in the fate du Flam bran waters fur CO years fivers moved by curiosity has made some subsequent diggings in tin marsh enough to show the extent and direction of the dent which was a big one ctidently obstructing the of H considerable stream of which not a vestige remains- AUTOMOBILE EYE DISEASE Kunt UldliiK Without aoKKlra He kiiltn In Mont JJIrIIIIIKa- ftUOU I I Few people yet realise the ruks t n which unprotected e4 url subjected by fast riding in automobiles It iis gi Homily supposed that goggles are wnrnturxrlndepuriichwofgritw hicl t would irritate lint nut serlmulyl in jure Ithe rye Prof A Kdward Davis rolls attention however to another and a more important reason for care fully shielding thesrorgaumwhen tour ing rapidly in an open vehicle says the New York Tribune One of the most common diseases of the rye is conjunctivitis or inilamma lion of the eonjunctira which is till mnensmeiubraiiellning the lids socket inflnnttualof this nembrane become badly congested and much time patience and self rt recoveryssays Davis iis produced by the concussion r11111hting mplathr varieties IbrintinntutmttfumIsdeepe seated reaching the eyeballtatter than the lid anti the discharge is more typeIJIvit is lingers vexatlonsly and returns on slight provocation riding III aiitomot shonld be prohibited unless closeflt1 safeguardJf anyIJappears I to pet anode Wren than w onion to use flier but both sexes mire subject to the di ti rare The preservation of their eye sight Iis presumably as important tone n OR to the other A Comfort Jars Flynn It must hov bin a great blow iwhin Dinny third Mrs Murphy Mrs Murphy YIs but 01 rremlra breed we arc nil In the hands nv an unshcrupulous providence Judge se CALLED IT A BATTLE SONG It My tare Iien an Are Marla Hat the Painter Couldnt thank 80 Guest at muvicalI parties are not com manly expected to he eipeciilly attentive dependentlargelylint tine conduct of u foreign painter ia New OIgt1IttIJtffl iiciioii8 IHTHOII iu the room next lo the p 10inghiholeave relattM tht New York San ofherAvealariuternbly1lthe painter hut he Mcined fjJite indillurent She may rail it an Ave Maria het songWithhouc lit1 hat nut been allowed lu enter 1C again Tin ep AVnUiMl niul Saw ayarrrn i toiiuii X Y April Oth 11titundccuurcbetlcrnutwuluour4rbal IrAJuctoryhadu better They thought that nothing could pennaiKJiilly cute him IleDy4 My kidneys tnnicil to he su large that tlllll14itruiiiriiiK I h Ill IIlh them 1 could not skej on my left side fur y 01111 the pain was n awaytuurI tinitvx clear anti white an Kiiring water and ugiiin it would he high colored and would taw mv turn The pain acro 1 my bick Wi11tI liintAfterI n four days my kidney pained nwn bail 1 could hanHy flit down On the morniui rhrimprovementI I Ily cm oil An this wan months ago amid Iam till feeling ypleadid 1 know that my cure WUH permanent and genuine A Itiirnlrr bIhtellktodwhohadntWInplilll the frank butcher t reckon iilmut tsill ti It Curcw wlrltr You AValk- Allens Foot Kate iis a certain curt for hot 111Sold i FfiFFAddrrrr1Crdlelaallral wellprollorti ofprapurUuu j ruun J Turd of It ViHlorO what a nine par rot youve got Pretty Poly PolliWIlli to I e cracker 11111010com t at gietn an I look drhicagu Tribunu 1 tThree trains a day Chicago to Califor 1 nia Oirgon and Washington Clntago J Union Pacilic NorthWestern LUll itlC ODII Every man elianicler Boal tlmallff Putnam Fadelesn Dyes color more goodi + per package than othi nothingNexplain Chicago Joiirnul The mere we kludv the more we diwovfjr 4our iguorMiice htIIfrABSOLU-TEUII SECURITY t Genu- ineCarters l Little Liver Pills Must Bear Signature of See Pac S1mlb Wrapper Iowff Terr mall uJi easy to take as suga- rCARTERS t FOil HEADACII f FOR DIZZINESS ll- ITILE FOR IIUOUSNESS I VER FOR TORPID LIVER krlk SKIALrFOR THE COMPLEXION a rccI t CURE SICK HEADACHE E WANT TRADE fRu wholetiOur 1000page catalogue tells the story We will send it upon receipt of 15 cents Your neighbors trade with us why not you 4 CHICAGO Tho Douse that tells tbe truth r t 1 I x F i- rj ITriE HERALDj ant l SPENCER COOPER Publliker c c V rs V HAZEL GItEENa s i t i i KYI o iI IrIf tt LOVES INSTINCT DrIJULIA TRUITT BISHOP1 Copyright Art by Duly tlorr lub Co t MARSH author and jour HOWARD aeknowJrclfjeu thnt he was about to undertake n foolish west and that moat of his friends would accuse him of having some thing lucking In hln mental innchiti try If they should happen to hear of 11t He acknowledged It to Trusk thefiiy editor who was silent und ptileginutlc and rather n dull fellow no tha whole to his WilY of think tug though he rather liked to talk to him at times because he listened no well He acknowledged It again to lit tie MiftR Barbara Scott who had pissed the heyday of young girlhood one t would Bay and whom Marfh found to lIe a nice little old maid enough und quiet an old maids ought to be veryecalmly was only after n long pause that he had remarked dryly So you art going down into the backwoods to find gllIllI1 And sue doeMit want to be foutid How will you know her when you fled her nut it wife to Mss llurliiiru that he unld wlthoiit reserve You know Miss Hiirbarn you wont I galleryII Know her the very minute I sea her or heard her voice AbMird Isnt itto f have fallen in love t+ Ithwlthn mind one might my Hut from the time I rend The Crust of Fire I knew thatl must hid toe author And everything the line written since has appealed to me in rush a wuy there Is such tender lie sstI slue UN though one hud II light a glimpse of n nr lId In the woodsnnd I fclmply am going to Und her you know It wan bent ly mean in the publisher not to give me her name but I did find1 out that she lived in this port of till AN AWKULLY SWEET VOICE MISS DAUDAnA world strange thnt she writes under that name Oread isnt It Well I am going to Htay out here nnd look into every face in the country until 1 fin d her You may laughI fancy I antv you siulllng but I think 1 shall know l her He had told Iirs llarbara the same story several times since he came to thet lien amid secured board with Miss ham r barns mother Mirx Knrbara sighed ni j doubj tie brown schoolhouse over the hill1 than of hln quest fur the Orrud whom lie voutil be sire to know The next day he carne back with falling roil and empty banket but with tijert step and jubilant eye Ihavc caught n glimpse of the new Mips Hledsoe he Mild the one who been away train home liar name snt It t I have ueeu MUs Sarah d have halfway believed thnt have written Till Crows of youHieally must be OTC or the edsoeslheynrealmothee at uUe incapable of I well altc in n ve try Ow lot what you ty nt all And thU beardIannextraordinary you JIlooked up from the c iFCs shy Wlllt correct ay and WOW she bent ilshe sntd hnlfnb sFItiTfcMry c Jhn In n glimpse itJbe ty fltfith such talent PfiviHi all that 1 ch auttu la Eotnehowl 1 II beer a kind of tniitnt tnit =tnht I ucejiot go any frtrthtr The only lrav back to fr Marths ImpptneBB lay In the tnt that he could not well go to thj beautiful Mien Hied tae and any I know that von are the Oreud who wrote The Cross of KireV The shy woodland spirit who lutil so carefully hidden herself away could not have her secret uncovered to th light of day In such n manner as that but no matter he would know He would tee her face to face very soon perhaps tomorrow and when he looked Into her eyes tad heard her speak he would know After that Miss Barbara heard th story from day today He always came she workedOver tuInnever an end to those exercises or sometimes it was later and he foundj her reMing In the gallery under the bulEuin vines dayhewhat u soft voice she tuullyshe is of just that shy reserved kind a true woodland spirit Miss Sarah III quiet tuohut I dont think it can be Miss Sarah do 1111 Mix Hnrhurn altother of themi am positive of that nnd It doesnt seem to me that Miss Sarah Iis possible If Miss Sarah were beautiful there would be two possibilities said Miss Barbara withu little smile and that would lend to n great deal of irresolution and complicate your de titian funeasilyHut is beautiful he said And I aim sure she is the oneAt the end of the went he was given to silence Wad Instead of sit ting in the gallery and talking with MisH Hurl turn he was prone to walls up and down the white path in the moonlight He haul reached the point where speech was diftlcult Many nights hail passed before lie paused at the step nnd looked up nt Misa Barbara sitting in the sladnwI youhaveturning her II II- IIYji1 have found her he snid with n new quality in hU voice flint i isl have found Eve 1 sup pose I must have conic here for that nllHhe IsIlee 11I1lIIC your dreams 1 naked Miss Harbnra utter n little pause SIll may be he saidi I don t know 1 have forgotten the dreams Tho only thing 1 remember is that T am in love with the most beautiful woman I have ever known What more could our ask said pllIn1I1pldand he stooped to help her gather lI thrum up It is nothing but the childrens exercises sh murmured i hurt bren sitting there dreaming you didnt know that I ever dreamed did you1nncl forgot to put thrill awny r a e ft WOB more than six months after word that Howard Marsh looked ii- I In rune day upon Trnsk sitting in hisI little den of an ofllee where the papers were piled high tip na every chair Marsh was just returned from his wedding journey 1 In lands afar nnd tens a little pale for he had found the beautiful Eve wns at time hard to entertain Glad to see you said TrusK with n new light IIn his cold eyes that took nil their coldness away Just1 I hart from your bridal tour Wo didnt take any but wo are very happy lust time some You You Are you married nsked farm h incredulously Yes hadnt you heard Orend you know why of course you knot her Miss Hatbarn Scott come iaround to the house you end Mrs Mnrsh nnd renew old acquaintance Hj time way It wan thnt silly talk off yours that put me In the notion to find Dread for myselfltncW her the minute I saw her Much obliged1 to you Im torte taut Howard Marsh hand tumbled the papers off n choir and way sitting there laughing n laugh that some how wns locking In most of the ele meats of mirth Clear Cnn In llorr Wsr Fnntnstir esenpcs from death were by no means uncommon features of rethe Hoer war There w m exhiblleF- omO time ago In the museum of the Itoynl United Service litstlUttlon one of quern Victorias chocolate boxes In time ltd of which in still deeply im beded n fntiser bullet To than same collection there linn just been added an even more rwnnrknhlc relic This IB n silver ctgnretteholder cine which aaA struck by a bullet nt n distance of 1200 yards while it waR in the pocket of n captain of the Imperial Yeomanry The ourious part abottt it is thnt the officer tit not aware until nftenvnrd thnt he hail been struck although the bullet also pierced the sovereign purse and cigarette case Which he wax curt ing in tie dame poqetLondon News A floal clock with a Jail 100 feet iin diameter win lbe one of the features ofto the St Louts expocitlon jx rytf rt t t ltEVE R SAW SUCH LARGE YIELDSc The CliMate 1JlIalthTh Win ter Are l lr MiHt IB VVcatrrn CIIII Writing from Stirling Alberta to one of the agents representing the Canadian Government Free Home feud Lniuljj Mr M Ilckrell for merly of Beech wood Kentucky soya of Western Cnnndu In the first place we will say that the summer ueason In just lovely indeed AB to the winter well we never experienced finer weather than we ore now enjoying We have jut re rned from Northern Alberta and any that we found the weather to be very mild the oil dry fresh and invigorating Considering every thing we run soy thnt the winters hear arc mart pleasant healthy soul enjoyable to what they ore in the States Here It gets cold and con mmies so till Spring there lire no disagreeable winds In South Alberta It IH some warmer two to tour Incites of snow may full nnd in a taw hours a Chinook wind come ong evanoratliig the entire snow eavlng tcrrnflrmu perfectly dry In foal we did not believe this port until we clime and saw for ourselves and we now know what we herein wilte to lie just ns we write it There has not been u day this winter that I could not work out doors 1nrmerR hero ore calculating on starting the plough the lest of March As to furor wages we would slot advise a turn to come here with the expectation of living by his days work hut nil who do wont n home I advise to have nerve enough to get upI old come for there never lets been and may never be again such a grand opportunity for a man to get a home almost free As tu the crops I have bream in the fields before harvest saw the crass pit up curd the grain harvested and I never saw such large yield saw ante near Hdmonton over six feet toll that yielded 80 bushels per iierc and 1 talked to n farmer near SL Albert who hail n field your be fore lost that averaged 110 bushels per acre and weighed 43 pounds to tthe bushelrill other crops would run in proportion ns to potatoes and vegetable the turnout was emir moils 1 have Mich reports as the above from all sections thnt 1 have visited nail thatt has hero every com munity between the Kdmontoii diM trial anti Ituymoml in Ithe Lethbrid c district As to stock raising I would ndvixc n man to locate in this place or anyplace in South Alberta but for mixed furturilnorth say near Lacomhc Wetn klwln or IMmonton where it IN not quite EO dry nnd where there IK some tint tier to le hand I will soy that no where have I ever seen n better op portuulty for H man whether he hue money or not to obtain n home JCowhere can be foundIL more pro ductlve soil halter water and n bet far governed country than Western Canada affords Inducements to the homesceker are unexcelled I met two men near 1onokn on the n A U 1l H who borrowed the money to pay for their homestead and iu four1 years those two men sold their tarotsone for JM0 the other to 1 3000 1 met n man Went Wclavkiwlu who landed here with 2S cents ci x years ago He Is now worth 8000 The advantages for ranching lire ex eellcnt in fact t do oat believe this section can be bent Market fire fgood an to living n funnily CAn live as cheap here as they cnn in the JStaten The average yield of oats In this neighborhood Ins t year wait averageda5I crulwaKIgood In consequence of time success hlrgbeete I at Knymond seven miles from here In conclusion 1 will sny that X W T tram Manitoba to n long dU lance north of Kdmoi ton produces most wonderful crops Lakes andI rivers abound with flab and game IU untJlUMtfol1nhlycome to if he desires to better his condition in life 1 would advise the prospective settler to look over the 1rtnsktaidn before local Ing I will locate In the Kdmonton dls trlct next Fail and several families from the States will mtreceive m mall here and will be pleated to give the interested nil the Information tic tired For Information ns to nnlJa J Rates etc apply to any agent u the Canadian Government whose panilGreat Cxprctntioos Tier Former MUtreta admiringly Norttk some day Mrs Mulcaughy fondly Sure mam an the expect hell bl able do more than make his mark tvn want htm to be aI to write hb- aawIIl YTlnac v rtr t CORDED tN OLD HEMLOCK iBtrrcitlntc rle ot mm Caknoirn VIA w toddy 9feeem Told lira Ilmriea Denver Unto Not long ago John Jllvers one of e oldest gulden In time Wisconsin north woods thought he needed Home clay with which to reciilnk his lug pubis The spring thaw hnd token out much of thee clayand the raw windH of April were coming through the cracks and blowing the blau jhats off him at night relates the Xev York Sun lie took a spade nnd went to a piece of marshy loud In the west ern purl of Vilas county nod wad Ing out into the bog began to dig He went down five tent without strik lug any cloy but found timber stud tool sums of It up to examine it He brought up several pieces They were of a uniform length of five feet and three inches thick at the butts They had once been hemlock sup lings lath raid of each piece showed the marks of heaver cuttings The grooves made by the sharp front teethwtcre UK plain us when they- tt rrr made ages ago livers Iis sill right on bear wolves and deer hut no great shakes as a geologist He took some of the tim bers to Mlnocqun and nsked for ex Ipert opinion He got a lot of opinion hut not any of it expert The genet al notion wan that the benvers had door the rutting anywhere from 5000 to 10000 years ago In the western part of Vilas coun ty there is no mode lord except swnmp or mnrh laud This is made by slow washings from the hillslwhich in this instance were quite a mile away lion long It took the carrydntynbuild rive fret of earth above the top timberH of16N ancient Leaver dam no man con soy It tunic n long h timeThe wood when the guide dug it up was apparently as solid ns n rock iIu fact termed to be semipet rifled It stayed hard for morn than 24 hours Then It began to dry and crumble In two days It wns so soft that It could be broken by a pinch of the ringers In three days it was UK rot ten as any aboveground punk and in less tutor a week it had gone into dry dust That was n great country for beaver as late as iU yours nFoIhr govern ment established Chlppewa Indian reservation Went there however tool that meant the death of the beavers und of everything else that was not swift enough to get out of the way for Indians herded on a reservation destroy every ealnble or sellable thing within reach in and out of sea son There hums been no beaver trap ping to speak of in the Lnc du Flam bran waters fur SO years fivers moved by curiosity base made some subsequent diggings in the marsh enough to show the extent nnd direction of the dam which was a big onto evidently obstructing the waters of H considerable stream of which not a vestige remains AUTOMOBILE EYE DISEASE Kant Illitlnir AVlthoat GOlrKh Ite rulti In Mnxt Uhtreatnmc AITretlou Few people yet realize the risks to which utprolertrdeyts curt subjected by gist riding In automobiles It is generally supposed that goggles ore worn to exclude partlclesof grit which Would I irritate hilt not serioiuly In jure the rye Prof A Edward Davisi culls attention however to anothcr and a more important reason for CUrl ffully shielding these organs when mov lugj rapidly iu nit open vehicle says 1 the New York Tribune Out of the most common diseases of the eye is conjunctivitis or intlnmmn ilion of the conjunct ITU which is the mucusmembrauellning the lids socket inflammnnIj ltoI nembrane become badly congested and much tints patience anti selfre Etraint err needed to insure recovery One form of the disorder says Dr Davis is produced by the concussion of the air combined with the chilling effect of the wind He indicates symp toms bywhich It differs from other varieties The iutlwmnationisdcepo seated reaching the eyeball rather than the lid and the discharge is more typeOwing IIUR lingers vexatlously Wad returns on slight provocation riding In nutomi should be prohibited unless closefit Phesnfegunrttnn trouble appears It IIs rosier to per uncle men thnn women to use them list both sexes are subject to the dis ease The preservation of their eyesight I IIs presumably ns important tone o as to the other A Comfort Mrs InnIt must hov bin a great Lion VyMn Jinny flied Mrs Murphy A T Mrs Murphy Via but 01 rremlro bered we arc nil in the hands av an trltncerupulouti prorideaca Judge1 tl y CALLED IT A BATTLES NG It Mar Hare Hun nn Are KarlinBat the Painter Couldnt TlklnU 80 romI attentivetheyj bButDJItIIlIt sentd picuous perxon in the room next to the popular contralto who hud just begun to ring IJefore the hall finished the first verse the guest of honor arose walked to his hottcff said good nlglit and prepared to leave retries the New York Sun ofherDianaIt wouldesmmburtawlurterribly Hy this time ull rye were turnedon the painter but he srcinrd njite indiftcrent Slur sissy call it an Ave Maria1 he i songWithxahousej again Thrr AVnltnl nml toga Varren r Comers X Y April 20th Wait und see youre better now of course jbill the cure wont last This wu what the ibctora said to Mr A H Smuts of tills dace These doctor hud burn trotting him for year+ and he got no better They thought thut nothingcuulatjpernntiiently cure him He Q 111Igethntthereit serunrda If tau thousmttlneedles Wlle i1ecIIIj on my y 11111 pain was M fgreat in that portion I hand to get up many j tiincM to urinate and my urine way 0111II tinieA dear und white an snring water and again It tyoiildi br highcolored and would stain mist linen Ill pnin I1crORi my 1l1ck wa awful I was nivcnoiiHlv hungry all the time After I had token Dodd s Kidney Pill + jfor four dnvn my kidneys pained me ram Dart I could hnrdly tit down On the morning of the fifth day 1 felt some better and the J complthIl yAs this wan months ago arid IIam still jfeeling splendid I know that may cure was permanent1 and genuinerA Harrier fteaktowhmliudritrllreplird1 l thrank butcher I tsitsI It CurerWhile You Walk Allens TootEase is n certain curs for hot sweating callus ands+ vullen aching feet Sold ball Druggistsi Prier 25c Dont ai cejit nay substitute Trial package FREE Addres Allen S Olnuted Ic Hoy N Y I crflelaatieal wclIproportiollCi lOtham No hair lung are away out of proportion to Isis braiurYonkers Statea man Tired It I lIarrota cracker Parrot tO come ltIm not as green nl I lookihicagu Tribune Three trains a day Chicago to California Oregon and Washington Chicago Union Pacific NorthWestern Liuc Every men iti the arclutcct of hiown eharncterhloard man Putnam Fadele Dyes color more goods per package than others notbiltCtoThe more we atudv the more we dicovnr our igaoraiice Shelley ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must soar Signature of See FaoSlmllo Wrapper Below 9rry7madl oxJI as eaey- to take aeetligari FOB HEADACHE CARTERSFOA DIZZINESS fUR IIUOUSHESS fooE FOR TORPID LIVER FOR CONSTIPATiOnii SKINrFOR THE COMPLEXION oaftVD lttlftlU1t YANG t tUJC +rG CURE SICK HEADACHE TRADEyYou can buy ofus at whole Bale prices nnd save money Our 1000pngc catalogue tells the story We will send it upon receipt of 15 cents Your neighbors trade with uswhy not you i 4 CHICAGO i Tae koua taat Ulla the uuta t 4 ti ko j f i f j f M l ll THfc STEADY SILENT ONES The tsar of the storm Is fierce and muds It luster and crashes and rips and tears paneTheof ruin gllnWhatworMs affairs Thl warm as ret drlrite that comes along dayhelpsthe soft end grcund Lures the buds outride for a peep around Aid with never a roar or a fearful sound Does the work that the loud storm never may It Isnt the bluster the noise that counts In ilHtJs or out with the busy tlironi The boastlnc man like the storms that trar And rip and bellow the world can span The tttudy and silent ones must carlIFor the good od earth as It rolls along S E KIser In ChlciiK Itecordllerald A Difference of Opinion N Dy NELUE CRAVEN GILLMORE Ccjjrrlcbt INSb Dolly Story rub coo IT WAS well past 11 oclock when Disbrowe reached his home but a bright light still gleamed a ricer ful welcome through tthe liillIIng ruuut windows lilt eyes softened with a quick glow of pleasure as he noted tIhLs transforming his distinctly plain face iota momentary beautyI A wave of tenderness awcpt over his face Dear little Violet he imurmured softly dear little woman perhaps after all= He brIIlifT and run lightlyI up the vcraiuln steps Tin one drop lacking to complete the sup of his great newfound hap pints seemed now indeed about to lit realized New iife was in his blood us he drew out Iris I it telt key and stoopingt applied it tremulouslyI to the lock Surely he had been too exuding too critical Ills hands 4 shook n little as he pushed open the door but he controlled himself and parsed into the corridor An eager tin mo leaped to his eyes as he turned them tentatively toward the sitting moon He took a quick step forward then paused abruptly a keen shadow of disappointment chasing the joy from lilt face The room was empty All lit once things grew flat and rolorlc In the loneliness of the4 4 loom n more complete sense of his a own isolation came to him than he bad ever before known lie walked i mechanically to one of the windows mud loocdlInt where the sycamores moved gently in the dapple moonlight How placid and beautiful the nand might have been hot fur one thing But there was no longer anyex ctte to try to close his eyes to the underlying slgnihvncei of his wifes bearing toward himelf which grew more and more palpable each day livery nerve seemed to shrink with an indefinable foreboding as the panorama of the patI Hashed sharp Jy across his brain Aftir awhile he drew a deep breath and his hand went involuntarily to leis pocket rentingthere lugringly i with n sort of regretful affection Tor nn instant a look of gratified pride jtole over his rugged features n his fingers closed tenderly over r the prtrious letter that had tint day brought him tidings of fa lilt and for tune Then with a gcMure of quirk loathing he jorked them back 111111I turned from the window What nat I tered it Trove success wealth everything all seemed but a mockery when the very heart within him was f tieore1ithi his sleeping room taking oil his clothes in a half iherl fashion that betrayed the mastery of some terrible motionv He tins exhausted after the days strain rod soon dropped into a rest less rhimber Toward down he was dimly conscious of footsteps on the vrnndfi there was a luiz of voices then Ms WIfE low laugh broke musl ally MI the still air and he fell into it profound sleep that lasted till1 morning Dawn broke gradually into n per I fet day Violet Disbrowe satt watch itfjng the brilliant streaks of sunlight ifthat trembled through the breakfast uoin window At the sound of some v jnuI approaching sine lifted the pope- inr lur lap with a sudden assumption Vnof Interest Presently she glancedI Mip into her husbands fare a look of yvVflppreherifiion thnt was almost fear i leaping to her eyes as they encoun iVJJjered hi They were dull and sunk t vivo and his fare bore a startling Vjfpallor He made some casualI re i iniark and his wife replied In J kind v titer which n constrained silence en rttied 1 After awhile Violet glanced fur lively tovrnrd her husband nnd her fi enrlril fnlntly Cod that than ii- t Is it iny husband she reflected with n Shiver I belong to him nrntally comparing his niggeil exterior to the polished grace of tthe other mcn with whom she arsoeiated vr lwkwnrdncss was pvrhnps the one ifcord that best described the ivhol- nian c Long Inn3I pn1 together his iittecuslcd tdrrTln1 only to iaM1 accentuate the first impression oj uglliKMB he wait not rendered more attractive by tho clumsiness that emphasised every movement The woman was the first to break the silence I have asked Jack Wetherell to spend the week withI tISyou dont mind He leaves for the front next week nnd I thought She broke oT toying hesitatingly with her cnffee soon A sudden hardness sane into DIs browcs face He rose sharplj and pushed back his chair His wife glanced up quickly a strange un easiness stealing over her because of his unusual manner You have no objection dear she urged impatiently a half runt eutplu ous note on the last word She looked narrowly at him but his far was quite unmoved He hind lighted a eigar and was smoking mechanically By nil means Violet entertain any one you wish in your own home He stood in an embarrassed fashion by her chair for a second then quirt Ily left Ithe room His wife looked after the receding form with nn expression of slow won tier Kor the first time in their mar vied life he hind not offered to kiss her goodhye at parting For n moment this show of indifference stung her into swift resentment But it was merely transient All thought of the tiresome husband vanished before the image of the man who threatened 10Ibring a shadow into the hitherto blameless home That evening with lack Wetherell seemed strangely short in contrast to time long dull hours she wits somet lined forced to spend in her husbands so ciety With what force and cleverness he touched upon the subjects of the day the latest triumph in the wnrld of art of literature the one book es pecially about which two worlds were to rave After the great originator the great interpreter and such was Wetherell His every word was treat ing with interest I so different from the vapid dUetissions with which Disbrowe was wont to regale himself By the side of this mans conversa tion that of her husbands became nacre insipid twiddle The thought that she was the wife of such an one grew more and more intolerable with every hour All through the night she tu sed fev erishlyon her pillow weakly strug gling against the invidious shadows tint hovered about her It was near midnight when Disbrowe returned from the II nil 1 hilt she WHS keenly alive to the sound of his footstep A nameless npprchcnvion that was al most appalling swept over her Whatt would thn future bring forth The week went byon gulden wings and Wetherell still lingered The book of Inlnltllit long closed bet WellI t tent was now holyopen to both Outwardly the time had passed uneventfiilly hot the first subtle ute traetio that hud drawn the two to get he Wns now sprung into fierce life Therewas 0111a wild inatiiite desire to escape from the desperate monot lulls of her everyday lift To one of her temperament slit argued a great devotion was necessary not the slav ih devotion of a hues Uii husband I THE PRINTING OF BIBLES Vhj lilt Aniprlenn Ill i4 Sorlply toy Only INHIII loplrn of the Klnc Jninrx Vrrnlon In answer to Lnit a 1niiarian pa per of Chicago nhich eriticifes the American Bible society for not print lug the revised version cf the Bible Kev Dr Kdwartl P Ingersoll secretary of this society said the other n glut We have printed the Bible in nearly KM languages and tlialeets More than our lal our work iis in foreign taut giuiges We print only tIll King IallllI version in the KtiglUh language Wh because ollrllIlIltlrgil1I in I isioholils us to this version 11e are not per mittedi with the money tint him been piven us 10 print nayother Knglish version until ourI charter is changed WiMtl frotii fort Ilbrrn The ingenious iernians ore iow making wool from turf libers It is said that recent improvements in the process of treating turf fibers have resulted in the production of a soft material which cult be spun ns readily as the wool of the sheep and which besides possessing excelI capablerof being bleached mud colored for use III the many different textile indus tries Duesselderf Is the center of this new industry and in that city cloth hats rugs and many other things mire being manufactured from turf fiber The discovery it Is as sorted opens up till prospect of a new industry fOIl rein ndlinhe tier ald Drllcnif Antronnnilpnl Iii l rnnicnU The astronomer huts lieu tnt utsu a ing devices that can detect infinite millions of miles train our earth and chemical compounds sensitive to light t imal variations of temperature end indicate the heat of stars distant that our eyes never can j eo Science Many a man has very justly a reputation for wisdom Jralnellll II inj wiseI when every cue die was act I tug the fool II hnt the consumIng lore of A nature Ila afllnity with her own When Disbrowe cone home tnt fa lowing night the house was in totui darkness lie entered with n dull for boding pressing like a physical burden against his heart He sot down wear ily to rest all capacity for thougut seeming to have gone from his overcharged brain Presently he turned absently to take up the evening paper As he did so his keen eye singled out a folded shell of note paper on the rending table There was no address he raised it slowly with hands that shook beyond his control and rend My1 Duriiug I urn compelled to ba away from home this evening much to my regret Iorgiv what must hurt seemed like neglect for the past few days and believe me always Your iorinjfVit let When he had finished rearing the note Disbrowe glanced hastily about him then with a sudden impulse of tin spcukuble joy he lifted time precloui bit of paper and held It fervMitly to his lips After all then he hud bcn but a blind unreasoning fool HP anathematised himself bitterly for tie part he had ncttdlc1o0hlng to niakv atonement in a thousand different ways as long as he lived Koran hour he did not move unutterably glud of life unutterably rclievcd which tens nllHC Presently the front door opened nnd closed noftly1 He slipped noiselessly Into the corridor and sieed his rifehands in his devouring her face with his ryes Dear he said tremulously I found your not and Ive counted the hours until your 11111111111 have beer a brute to you Violet soy that you forgive me She stored at him incredulouslyI for an instant then swift comprehension swept over her lie had rend the note she hind left for 1 lack Wetherell There wrs a momentary feeling of terror then n sensation of tierce resentment followed bynnc of quick revulsion tier own wrongdoing Unshed before her in vivid contrast tto this mans trust At the seeming evidence of one frail fragment of affection on her pnrt he had vaunted as untight all the slights neglect even sneers that had brio heaped upon him for another and In that others presence Fur a long time she was silent a great thankfulness III her heart for tIll salvation tthat had come to her in time Presently slit lifted her hand and laid it gently on hr husbands head noticing now for the trst time thw stipples of silver that lay thick among thug heavy musses of hair It is I who should ask forgivencx dear she whispered tier lips quiv Bred painfullyj and a pleadingI look came into the blue eyes Disbrowe laid one of his big hands on her brown curls and laughed away her seriousness IJc potted her softly on the sheik and stooping whispered something in her ear She looked at him with a startled ex clamation And yovlid nut tell me she ruled reproachfully So you ore the wonderful incognito the rising star on the literary horion Oh DickI I have marriedi a great tuna lid I am just a little fool Opinions differ he replied smllinff KfTrrt of inrn on Mrcl Conni riiellon Phallic construction appears tit haxe had a very low power of re sistance during the volcanic eruption at St Pierre Not only was it incapa bit of withstanding the weight of the burning matter limit some chem kcal action iis likely to hoot taken place which ttransformed the par ticles One of the cases mentioned IIs the market ort Pierre After the cyclone of 1SU1 the auMioritici decided to reconstruct it In the most solid manner Cast iron was adopt ed It is now impossible to fled the lightest trace of a construction which hall an area of 2000 mctcra square American Architect ConniHDi Solillcrw Join Our Army Twoh young Canadian ohiiers hat+ o- distmded the British uniform at Syn CUM N V to stake application to wear the Yankee blue Their name are Melntyie anti J 1llc1I1II1 both have sru long service in the British army One of them wars the Victoria cross won in the Boer war They came from lKington Out where they humid been titioncd with company B Kingston battery At the clothing More where the change of costume took place the soldiers took off their red caps saluted Ikissed the clips and said solemnly Goodby old cap forever Mrnngr Ynntli of Pnrtnn A New York young man Alexander Smith Coehrane who Inherited HCOO 000 from his uncle IK going to study coy ciology and try to benefit mankind which moves the Chicago Record llcc tIt to say Hmv Mr Harry Iehr and Reggie Yanderhilt must pity a boy like that Ul MlHlakr She learning pckerXnw If Jntt held my hand whrt would you dol I1Oh Id make a bluff that I was hoMing nomethin gourd SheYou hrIlL thing Puck II is a curloCH and alsoi significant fact that tlKM ir no definition of vc- I 111 uteri in tut fcJt A DAY DREAMS When Im n mot said Johnny Ill be a sailor bolt And Ill suit the mighty ocean In search of wealth untold And Ill build myself a castle with a fearful donjon keep And Ill have ten thousnnit vuuali who win f guard me while I steepl 1 Then Ill rescue some fair princess from a rubber dont you Plr t And she will thank me sweetly and say I shell marry me And when I wed the prnmcess Ill be n king you know And Ill have it million subjects who will bow before me low tint while ht was udroaniliiR of the time thnt was to be The teacher nuked him gently the simple rule of three Then his castle and his kingdom faded Into nil ft once And tin crown that fnle dcereeil him was the tall cop of a raise Vnabel Dc Wlite iKaplan In SI Nlcboliw CLEVER FOX TERRIER llr Iles Irnrnr So Mnnr Trlcka That lln Mltihl Alumni Ilea Clreu- nIrrformrr Tn Jamaica rev York there lives n very clever little fox terrier dog who ought almost be n circus per funnier MI many tricks has he learned Hut hjs star performance is our in which he shares the honors with a tiny Maltese kitten In fact it IU really the kitten thatt IIs the star The kitten IIs dressed in dolls clothes and submits with much grace while the buttons ore fastened numb tit bt rings tied Then the fox terrier IIs told to sit up which he does without delay bal ancing himself on his haunches Then the lUtten baby isj laid in his nuns and both keep perfectly still till the command is given Kiss till baby gently Thin the doggin bends over nod kisses kitty Kitty mines not like this n hit but she submits with good grace only flattening her ears lo show her disapproval The terrier however seems to enjoy it and kisses kittys little nose over and over tune minute the kitty baby Jc4 un gI1lalltryI starts to chase her and tin little bundle of fur lends him n douse nil over tho house stopping now and then to arch her back nnd spit at him furiously Cincinnati Ktiquircr Finn llns Treiillnr interest ion Kugene tirillin has in his pon se sioii tIll American tlag made by tin sailors in Lieut iilmores party out of patches and strips of their clothing after their rescue from the insurgents in the wildest part of Luon LATEST MOUSE TRAP- Any Iloy Cn Coimtrnoi Oir aa3 Thereby Leave the O14 KtowIIy tat WltheatOccuVriier Years ngo cats line a vnlo aU thclf own according to their ability to ridia house or bnrn of the rats and mice which infested these buildings but with the Introduction of the nutomatic trip the felines may possibly hove been the authors of the exclamation recently attributed to the horse When the automobile made Its appearance My occupation Is gone However tbo cats still have the consolation of being retained a pets with tin occa siorul1 mouse nAn secondary consldera Wcri The trap has come to stay and iyes or coallngout death to the rodents Tfllh nn much regularity nail faithful AUTOMATIC MOUSB THAI ncssalt the cut was wont to cxereUo in former times We how herewith the latest idiot In the trap line which comes to us all the way from Cape Colony Thin device is to he suspended imam the pantry shelf and lint an open I big lending across what looks to ho atperfectly safe path to the halt Inside the rage But woo to the mouse or rat which attempts to reach tint halt for the pulp turns out to be platform which at the proper utomeatoswings on Us pivots releases llself and slides the animalI Into the wlttcroftank beneath The picture KIOWK thefItrap doing its cruel work Milwaukee Sentinel An Original 1iic Mnnn irlpt I The original manuscript of Kdgnr Allan toes Tilt lulls huts been sold at unction at Philadelphia for 2100 It was purl of the Harold 1elrew li brary The manuscript I In little scotched Jjtt convistsof slips of blue pin i per pasted together and originally formed a strip right Inches wide and 37Y feet hilt It has Bern divided intohthree more or Ice equal parts It lackn the list fourteen lines of the completed point but It Is believed that they never formed a port of this sheet Urcnt YHIntvntitiir KnlU The ireal falls of tho YcllowHtoun river in till Yollowstontj National Ipark ore more t him twice tit height of Niagara tills but the volume ue water is not MO great Shirk + rlth a lltic Month A largo specimen of tins llsh lknown as the angel shark wan teerutlynip tured with a hand lint nt JIlIx tntIICngland It humid an eightInch mouth with timer rows of teeth r Hilr Itriilien Snyst- De only good thing about a mortgage am de fact dat yo dont nerd anyclnukl in de roust to hurry along tie time Detroit Free Press 1 r HOMEMADE BOXING KANGAROO I OMK years sign a boxing kangaroo appeared In the thcatcra with immense MICCCKS Here Is ono that you sari make for yourself and flint costs nothing to feed He IIK cut out of thin paper covered with tinfoil on the hide WilY from the spectators and hung by the neck to n sort of gallows an tho picture shows The hun boxer may be made of cardboard Ills Imislble side is also covered with tinfoil and down ono of his legs runs n wire flit raid of which is pressed Into a lump of wow or Healing wax on a woolen platform Neither the wlro nor the lioxerV t ether foot should touch the floor To thin wire IH attached n long fliia 1 wire which ends in n nail driven into n cork Tho cork lis fitted Into tli4c end of a glass tube a lamp chimney for example which in held in tho hand timid rubbed with n silk handkerchief or n bit of fur Now the fun begins The kangaroo springs forward hits his nntng onlft Iis violently repeIed IIH if by n blow returns for the charge nnd H the combat goes on as lung as you rub the tube this In ah eleutrteaji trick you see The electricity produced by rubbing the glass IH coil xea- IbyI the wire to the human boxer He is thureforo electrified tutu equSe quently nttraetK tIll light swinging kangaroo which promptlytomcHfor ward and hilts him lint ns It does HO the kangaroo itself becomes charged f with electricity mind is therefore repelled n lid Htnys nwny until lueiec Jty triclty leaks ofT over the itfilon thread around its perk when It snake a a v fresh attnck Jt Is an iiinii lng plaything mmnd easy H make HIIJM tho hrnoklyn1ogltt vto Hie gltiHK and the hnndkcrthlcf should be warmed over Iho rglter iOr U IA iI tore the lire to iiialco thcoi perfectly dry 29ffo rj J i of ft i- r I r rel r 1 Y rvq fv p l THfc STEADY SILENT ONES loudItpaneTheof ruin snlnWhatworths affairs alonpAndHelps the sprouts to push through the soft groundLurts aroundtiedDots the work thut the loud storm never may It Isnt the bluster the noise that counts throneThetrnr Jm spareThealongS= A Difference i of Opinion N By NELLIE CRAVEN CILLMORE ICcjyrlcbt lMJbr Dull Story Tub Co IT WAS welt past 11 oclock when 1 Diysbrowe reached his home but a bright light ntlll gleamed a cheer ful welcome through the sitting roont windows Isis eyes boftcncd with n quick glow of pleasure its he noted ntis transforming his distinctly plain I face into momentary bounty A wave of tenderness swept over his face Dear little Violet he murmured woftly dear little woman perhaps lifter all lie broke oft and run lightly up the veranda stops i- P rho one drop lacking to complete the cup of his great newfound happiness seemed now indeed about to be realized New kitWUK Iin his blood ns he drew out his latchkey and stooping applied it tremulously to the lock Surely he hail been tun- cxuctinJrtnll critical His hands shook n little as he pushed open the door but he controlled himself and j passed into the corridor An eager tlamo leaped to his ryes as he turned them tentatively toward the sitting moth He took a quick step forward then paused abruptly a keen shadow of disappointment chasing the joy from his face The room was empty All at once things grew flat and colorless In the loneliness of the room a more complete sense of hiv own isolation came to him thus he had ever before known lie walked mechanically to one of the windows mid looked out where the sycamore moved gently In the dapple moon light How placid and beautiful the world might have been hut for one thing But there was no longer any cx ease to try to close his eyes to the underlying significance of his wifes bearing toward himself which grew more and more palpable each tiny Tivcry nerve seemed to shrink with an Iindefinable foreboding as tin panorama of the past Hashed sharp ly across his brain after awhile he drew a deep breath and his hand went involuntarily to his pocket resting there 1ngVringly with n sort of regretful affection leer nn instant n look of gratified pride stole over hits rugged features Sh his fingers rlnxed tenderly over the precious letter tint lead that day Illought him tidings of fame and fortune Tli en with a gesture of quirk loathingI he jerked them back anti turned from the window Vhat uiat tered it Fftirc success wealth everything all seined but a mockery when the very heart within him was shrivelling to the core With n sightI he sought his sleeping room toning off his clothes in a half died fashion that betrayed the mastery of some terrible emotion lie was exhausted niter the days strain nnd EOOII dropped into n restless slumber Toward dawn he WIN dimly conscious of footsteps on the vrindn there was a hltiz of voices then his wifes low laugh broke muni rally on the still air and he fell into n profound sleep that lusted till lemming Dawn broke gradually into a per fect day Violet Disbrowe sat watch ing the brilliant trcnkot sunlight that trembled through the breakfast room window At time sound of some one approaching site lifted the lpaper lu her lap with n sudden assumption of Interest Presently site glanced tip into her husbands face n look of apprehension that was almost fear leaping to her eyes an they cncoun tered hie They were dull anti sunken and his face bore n utartllng pallor He made some casual re mark and his wife replied In kind pJtrr which n constrained silence en sued i After awhile Violet glanced fur tively tovrard her husband and her p curled fnlntly Anti that man Is fly husband she reflected with n mmtnllyJompnring polished grace of the other men with JiUvhoin she associated j oneAr man Long loosely put together his UeJu ted b icrto Arinc only to h 4 accentuate the first Impression ot ugliness he was not rendered more attractive by thu clumsiness that emphasised every movement The woman was the first to break the silence 1 have asked Tack Wethercll to spend the week with usyolu dont mind He leaves for the front next week and I thought She broke off toying hesitatingly with her coffee sloon A sudden hardness came into Dill browcs face He rte sharplj and pushed back his chair Ills wife glanced up quickly a strange un easiness stealing over her because of his unusual manner You have no objection dear she urged impatiently a half contemptu ous unto on the bust word She looked narrowly at him but his face was ttilte unmoved He hnd lighted n cigar and was smoking mechanically Hy nil means Violet entertain anyone you wish In your own home He stood In an embarrassed fashion by her chair for a second then quietly left Ithe roomIIlls wife looked utter the receding form with an expression of slow won tier Tor the first time in their mar ried lift he had not offered to kiss her goodbye at parting For a moment this show of indifference stung her into swift resentment Hut it was merely transient All thought of the tiresome husband vanished before the image of the man who threatened to bring a shadow into the hitherto blamHess home That evening with Jack Wetherell seemed strangely short in contrast to the long dull hours she was sometimes forced to spend in her husbands HO defy With what force omit cleverness ho touched upon the subjects of the day the latest triumph in the world of art of literaturethe one honk es pecially about which Itwo worlds were to rave After the great originator the great interpreter and such was Wetherell Ills every word was term ing with interest sodifferent front the vapid discussions with which DUbrowe was wont to regale himself Hy the side of thu mans conversation that of her husbands became mere insipid twaddle The thought trout she was the wife of such an one grew snore and more intolerable with every hour All through the night she to sed fey erishly on her pillow weakly lit rug gling against the invidious shadows that hovered about her It was near midnight when DUbrowe returned from the attire but she was keenly allvrt to the wand of his footstep A nameless apprehension tint was al most appalling swept over her What would the future bring forth The week went by on golden wings and Wetherell still lingered The book sentimentality I long closed between them was now fully open to both Outwardly the time had packed uneventfully but the first subtle at traction that had drawn the two to jfether was now sprung into fierce life There was only a wild insatiate desire to cuape front the desperate monot onyof her everyday life To one of her temperament she argneda great devotion was necessary not the slav ish devotion of a bungling husband THE PRINTING OF BIBLES Why Mir Ainrrlcnii IMItl Socle ly May Only lunar Ciiplrx of the King JMIIIPM Vrrnlun- In answer to Lnllj a Inltarian pa per of Chicago which criticises the American Bible society for not print ing the revised version of the Iliblc Uev Dr Edward P Ingersoll secretary of the society timid tit other nght Ve have printed the Iliblc In nearly lot languages and dialects More than one balt our work Is in foreign lan guages We print only the King lames version in the English language Vht because ourchartcrglvcn in ISIdholds us to this version We arc not per mitted with the money that has been given us to print anyyother English version until our charter is changed Wool front Turf Pllirra The Ingenious Cvrmiiiis are wow making wool from turf liber It Is said that rent improvements in the process of treating turf fibers have resulted in the production of a soft material which can be spun an readilyas the wool of the sheep and which besides possessing excellent absorbent properties Is capable of being bleached IlIllnlllrCII for use in the ninny different textile Industries Dijcsscldorf 1Is the center of this new industry anti In that city cloth hats rugs and many other thing Arc bring manufactured from turf fiber The discovery it is as serted opens up the prospect of a new Industry for Ireland Kobe Her ald Hellenic A troaomJe l liiitrnmrnU The astronomer lute lieu tnnmisur ing devices that can detect infinite millions of miles from our earth and chemical compounds sensitive to light I lion variations of temperature and indicate the heat of stars distant that our eyes never can sen Science galneLlIntug the fool I j 5 Pnt1- f r J r u hnt the consuming tOTe of a tiUtore Illi nfllnlty with her own When Disbrowe cam home the following night the house was In total darkueiK He entered with a dull for boding pressing like n physical burdea against his heart He sat down wear ily to rest all capacity for thought seeming to have gone from his overcharged brain Presently he turned paperAsa folded sheet of note paper on the rending table There was no address he raised it slowly with hands that shook beyond hU control and rend My Darling I am compelled to be away front home thin evening much toI my regret Porglv what must have seemed like neglect for the pant few days and believe me always Your loving Vlt let When he had finished renting the note Disbrowe glanced hnMliy about him then with a sudden impulse of tin spcukahle joy he lifted the precious bit of paper and held it fervently to his lip After all then he had been but a blind unreasoning fool He anathematised himself bitterly for tie part he had acted resolving to make atonement In a thousand different ways as long as he lived Koran hour he did not move unutterably glad of life unutterably rclievell which sync more Presently the front door opened and closed softlyI He slipped noiselessly into the corridor and sierd his wifes hands in his devouring her face with his eyes Dear he said tremulously 1 found your note and Ive counted the Joanne until yom return lIhave beer a brute to you Violet say that you metbShe stared at him incredulously for an instant then swift comprehension swept over lice He had rend the note she had left for Jack Wet hcnlI Thero was a momentary feeling of terror then a sensation of fierce resentment followed by one of quick revulsion Her own wrongdoing flashed before her in vivid contrast to this mans trust At the seeming evidence of one frail fragment of affection on her part he had counted as naught all the slights neglect even sneers that had been heaped upon him for another and In that others presence For a lung time she was silent a great thankfulness in her heart for the salvation tint had come to her in time Presently she lifted her hand and Inld It gently on her husbands head noticing now for the tirat time the stipples of silver that lay thick among the heavy musses of hair JIt Iis 1 who should ask forgiveness dear she whispered Her lips quiv Bred painfully and a pleading look clinic into the blue eyes Disbrowe laid one of his big hands on her brown curls and laughed unity her seriousness Ill patted her softly on the cheek and stooping whispered something in her car She looked gt him with a startled ex clamation lid you did not tell me she cried reproachfully So you are the wonderful Incognito the rising star on the literary horizon Oh Dick I have married a great man uud T am just a little numb Opinions differ lie replied smiling ICfferl of Iirn on Steel Conulrnctlon Metallic construction appears tt have hnta very low power of re histance tinting till volcanic eruption at St Pierre Not only was It incapa lilt of withstanding the weight of the burning matter hunt tonne chem ical action Is likely to have taken place which transformed the par tIdes One of the cases mentioned IK the market of Si Pierre After the cyclone of 18U1 the authorities decided to reconstruct it In the most solid manner Cast iron was adopt ed I t is now impossible to find Ithe slightest truce ofa construction IlIctcraICnnnillnn Soliltrm Join Onr Army Two young Canadian soldiers boo discarded the liritUh uniform at Hyrn ruse N Y to make application to wear the Yankee blue Their unities are Alrlntyre and Base and both lease seen long service In the Hrliiah army One if them wars tine Victoria cross won in the liner war They came from Kingston Out where they hud heeD stationed with company II Kingston battery At the clothing store where the change of costume took place time soldiers took off their red caps saluted kissed the caps and said solemnly Good by old cap forever MrasiRe Yonth of Forinn A New York young man Alexander Smith Coclirane who Inherited HCOU 000 from his uncle Ingoing to study to clology and try to benefit mankind which moves the Chicago Rccorclllcr aid to say How Mr Harry Johr anti Hcggle Ynndcrhilt nuut pity a boy like that IJU Mlstakp She learning poker Now Itoheld my land wild would you 1101 UcOh I Id make a bluff that I WRit holding something good SheYou heal thing Puck It b ncurioVH0 nut1 nispsignificant fact that thM iii no defluiiioa of jjr Iglou lu Inv jyLtt f r4 DAY DREAMS JohnnyIllAnd Ill sail the mighty ocean In search of wealth untold 9 And Ill build myself a castle with a tearful keepAnd thousand vassals who 1111 guard me while 1 IleeplThen Ill rescue sonic fair princess tram a robber dont you IlItt II And sayhellAnd when I w lllht orlncen Ill be u kinK you know And Ill Imve n million nubjects who will bow before me lowS nut while ho was adreainliiB of the time that was to be The teacher asked him gently the simple rule of three Then his castle and his kingdom tided Into air at once And the crown that fate decreed him was the tall cap of a dunce Yinbel De Wltte Kaplan In St NMcholiu CLEVER FOX TERRIER He Use Learned so Many Tricks That He Night Almot Ile a Clrou Ierto rot a r In Jamaica New York there lives a very clever little fox terrier dog who might almost be n circus per former till many tricks has he learned Hut h1Htnl performance Is one in which Ihe shares the honors with a tiny Maltese kitten In fact It IU renlly the kitten that Is the star The kitten is dressed in dolls clothes and submits with much grace while the buttons are fastened and the strings tied Then the fox terrier Is told to sit up which he dues without delay balI ancing himself on his haunches Then the Mitten baby in laid in his arms and both keep perfectly Mill 1111 the commandl In given Kiss the baby gently Then the doggia bends over and kisses kitty Kitty tines not like this n lilt but she submits with good grace only flattening her ears to show her disapproval The terrier however neems to enjoy it and kisses kittys little nose over an- do er The minute the kitty baby J11 un galInlltr starts to chase her and the lit Un bundle of fur Indus him n Luther all over limo house stopping nov anti thin to arch her back and spit at him furiously Cincinnati Enquirer Flag Una Prcullnr Inlirril ten 1 Kugene tSrlllin hits in his pos session the American hug moll by the sailors In Lieut illmores party out of patches and strips of their clothing utter their rescue from the insurgents in the wildest part of Luou 1Ty 1 1 ILATEST HOUSB 1 TRAP Aay Mar t cea++ ttraeQ ore II IlTerehy Leant theelVawilry Cat WithsatOeeapntlar f Year ago eats had a valse all tWic own according to their ability terWj1 rii1 house or barn of the ratesand wl 1 which Infested these buildings mitt with the introduction theautdnatlc a trap the felines may possibly have been the authors of the cxclaMatipii recently attributed to the horse wh nM i the automobile made its appearance f MMy ncetlpa non tk gouelt However sathebeIng retained is pets with an occn slot I consldera1 11ttm N mouse als Kccondary The trap has come tdstayAtNI tore on Ocallngoutdeath to tM rOde ltIe with an much regularity and faithful AUTOMATIC MOU8B TRAP ness as the cat was wont to exercise in former tines We show herewith the latest idea In the trap hue which cones to us mull the way from Capo Colony Tills device Is to be suspended from the pantry shelf amid humus an open ing lending across what looks to be u perfectly safe path to the halt inside the cage Hut woe to the mouse or rat which attempts to reach that bait for the path turns out to be n tilting platform which at the proper moment n swings on Its pivots releases Itself and slides the animal Into the water y tank beneath The picture shows mho r i trap doing Its cruel work utllwuuketu i Sentinel An Orlttlnnl Top Mnnniorlpl The original1 I multi miseript of Edgar Allan toes The Hells humus been sold v at auction at Philadelphia for =3100 It wait part of the Harold Pclrcn li r brary The manuscript in a little scorched Jt consists of slips of blue paper pasted together amid originally forward a strip right Inches wide nnd 37J4 feet hut It has been divided Into three more or less equal purls It lacks the last fourteen lines of the completed poem but it IIn believed that they never formed n part of thin hcet Urn Yelloivfttonp balls The ircat falls of tho Yellowstone river In time Yellowstonci rational park are more linn twice the height of Niagara falls but time volume of t water U not MO great Minrk with n 111 Month A largo specimen of thu fish known as the angel shark wait recently uip turcd with a hand lint nt Kellxktowc Kuglnnd It had nn eightInch mouth with three rows of teeth tHIIP llpiihpii Snjrni De only good lhltigubout a mortgage am de fuel tint yo dont used any clock he lit housV to hurry along de time Detroit Free Press I HOMEMADE BODING KANGAROO I 1 OMK years ago a boxing kangaroo appeared in time theaters with immense success Hero Is onu that you can make for yourself sad that costs nothing to feed lIe IIx cut out of thin prfpor covered with tinfoil on the hldu nutty from the spectators end hung by time neck to a sort of gallows ns tho picture shows rime human boxer may be mIld t oneMoi ikor Healing wax on a wooden platform Neither the wlro nor the boxerV other foot should touch the floor To this wJrc Is attached a long fiw twire which ends in n nail thriven into a cork Tho cork is fitted Itlq tJfVG l end of a plans tuhe u lamp chimney for example which Is held in time a- ihand and rubbed with n silk handkerchief or n bit of tar Now the fun begins limo kangaroo springs forward hits his antaff It onljft Is violently rcpclcd as If by a blow returns for tho charge snit Mtt 4 i time combat goes on as long art you rub the tube Thin Is nh olti et4 J trick you lIet1hc electricity produced by rubbing time glassy Is confBi 1 z by time wire to the human boxer He II thereforq clectrilictl wad tpj SIV1 queutjy attracts the light swinging kangaroo which ii ward nnd Jilts him lint nn It loch HO time kangaroo OIIIYSI with electricity and IK therefore repelled niul stnysu + l J trlclty lleaks off over thu ratton threat around Its neck vJien li WMlw Zia J jr Ifit rfresh attack fL It IIt an amuaiiVg piaytlilng and cn y Jp mnki Hrty tliejB N The glHHK iiml the hnndk reJilff Hhouhl be Warmed oVer tat W tore the 11re to stake tbci ficrfectly dry 7 1 st t J P J I fI t tI I r i c1 v r rF r Y CC S 1x TJ4 4 J sr t1rit I t yersMalaria and Ague Cure I THE HERALD SPENOEM COOPER Editor 4 HAZEL QUEEN KY THURSDAY May 28 1008 J DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor J w O BEOKHAM For LiontonantQovornor W P THOHNE For Auditor of State S W HALERi For Treasurer HM BOSWORTH For Attorney General N B HAYS For Secretary of State H V McOHESNEY For Superintendent of Public Instruction J H FUQUA I For AgdculturoIIUBERT I I IJFor ponlsJFor llriireMvntntlvo lint District I JUDGE H F PIERATT MAX ORcMj the French humor ist is dond and he died ns h I lived having told a humorou- t s story just before the end came 1 It was ho who made TilE HAZKL throughoutbotht he aaid iu his Jonathan and His Continent Just before the summons came ho reiterated what ho had so often said about the Amor ioai people viz That ho loved them In the publication referred to ho certainly paid America the grandest compliment over uttorod by any writer as ho referred to our school system and us ho learned to i i kndw our people his affection for them grow Ho wns a lovable character and the world VIB batter that ho had lived in it Max r plumohiBAlas wo shall never see nor hear his like again Peaco to his soul I k Tile Oil Boom at Campton Sumo time ago THK HKIIAUM noted the fact that the woll sou on tho Si Cabell farm near Camp ton according to tho opinions of exports Wilt tho boat show for oil that had boon put down in Ken tacky Since that timo other ex ports have expressed the sam viov and hotter than the opinion of oil irion is tho producing cnpnc j ity of tho will Saturday Slturjday night and Sunday 1 j wnaptimpudnt intervals and ii- it I donjonl l to 850 barrels por day This iti will bo romombored was tho first woll put down in our county Ono t other well has boon sunk near Camptbn but it has so far proved I I prpdili I IIshotIThoamount of gigs and in pumpingi i tiI this showain spurts to such an LX r pumpingwall which is perhaps supnrior t t any in Kentucky is tho quality o tho oil which iis a vary superior article Truly vo nro glad that tho people of CInplon are so for innate in their find as it is only further cvidtmco of what u oj hnvo nhvnytf nitii taint+ d that in limb tho mountains of Eastor- Kentuckyy would produce moro vojlth limn the balance of tho Stato and wo are proud that th county of our adoption is one produoer give tho product of this wall 0 liqm and from the information wo liavo at hand wo think it is ono of which tho pooplo of Wolfe nnI Always bo proud The Kidneys and the Skin r It the kidneys are weak or torpid tho akin vrlll be iijrapty or blotchy Hoods Swrsnpa rllla strengthens nod llinulftloatuo kidneys Md clears tW complexion By Uiorouebly parllylag the blood It makes good health r I Jtl t z A positive specific for bilious fever malaria chills and fever malarial poisoning malarial debility malarial dyspepsia dumb ague y8ffifc I IMr Wm Clarke a native ofI Omaru Now Zealand but now a i Christian minister at Lexington Ky will begin n protractedmeet ing at Daysboro Sunday Juno 14th vPro Clarke will be assistedl by W B Blakomoro of Lexington Prof Cord will preach at Days bore the first Sunday in Juno Mrs Oldfield who is now living with her son Goorgo on Grassy iis very ill She dislocated her hip joint some timo ago null ever since has boon on the decline Her ago 84 years militates against her re covory and her closest relativesI and friends fear that tho end is not farawayLatorMrs Oldftald died at 2 oclock Tuesday morning In a firo at Carlisle a low days Btnco Rov F 11 Tinder who a short timo since louvered a sonic of lectures at tho Christina Church in this place was Hoveroly burned while trying to extinguish th flames It will bo n ulenlhore- that ho was rncontly culled to tho church at that place His friends I horo extend their sympathy in his misfortune rind hnp no sermon results will follow Prof Cord hmvMsttill for Vin chester whuro ho will deliver on address on Tho Mountain Probe I gem before tho district convon composesj d Madison Montgomery and I bluo grass counties At tho sam 1 nppenlfortho Academy and ono that will boa orodit to that institution r iEDFOR BLACKORAUGNIFOR I WIPATIONk i storethan stagkIfevery constipated sufferer i i nllowingisystem ho would soon get relief I ofIness colds and many other nil I con8tiI fords Blnck Draught thoroughly cleans out tho bowels in an easy and natural manner without tho viloutDo sure that you get the origi litoMll1icino25 cent and 8100 packages IDOlII lheluttearoaldIIrnron aromntoftietnartrnulilpd wllh rOIl t1pt1on Your medicine IK ell that keeps opcMcFAULAXD u u YSTOLENfj IhhcccnSWIIII1 county on Sunday night May 17 lh i A LIGHT BAY HORSE About lUS htind 1 antnj upper lip slightly crestfallen ono white hind foot ll or2 fiches above hoof n few white hairs in mane nnd tail lie h- 0ll1 or 10 years old paces and goes nndwalk under saddle but trots in liarii ness works nnywhero 1rbturntl liberal reward will bo paid for his f1ircllnhlinJ1 mo to get him DR M 0 KASH I Salycrsville Iy llR t C BAKES PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON f HAZEL GREEN IY Will answer nil calls nud mhybo fount protcessloaally t c IWJiIIooIn TffE NEW TOE At DAYSBORO Ky Is just now in receipt of a lino of Ladies and Gentlemens 4 FCCT EA Never excelled in Eastern Kentucky and at no time equaled in th mountains And the great beauty is that we can and will sell love than anybody HARDWARE AND TINWARE Have also been added to our stock and the same low prices rule throughout When you want best goods and want to make 100 buy 2CO worth horn is the place C MORRIS CO space and save money + fi t1VFARMS FOR SALE OR RENT I fi Business locutions secured in growing towns in Oklahoma nail Indian Territories Town and City property remarkably cheap The Great Southern nut Frisco Rail Road Systems give the most direct droute and the best facilities for reaching Oklahoma and Indian Territory Special Rates First and Third Tuesdays in April I V ADDRESS Kentucky Oklahoma Ih T Land and Townsite Cot tiI 0 Box 311 or cull at office 5U E Short Street T kifi LEXINGTON KY A CiA fov remaining shares of stock for snip at 10 per share j 0 A largo dividend is assured 0JULIUSI EDWIN WRIGHT President 0C F ONEY Secretary L ROBINSON Treasurer fi A + o + W R CRA WFORD CO Live Stock Commission MerchantsF- OR THE SALE OF Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY ignmrnsolirltcdn J Ri7Cx1ILxr 3LEE CITY KENTUCKY Practical Barber 1 Hair DresserEverything uptodnte Public niitrnnnpe coliciC0d nnd satisfaction gunrnnteed THE CHICAGO POST C THE NOME PAPER Every PostEveLIVE j fcMP The Chicago Post Every PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every NShipper should read daily The Chicago Post THE GREAT MARKET NEWSPAPERTHE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD FOR YOU Subsorlbo nOTsp1perTHE CHICAGO POST Chicago III t 1 jf 0 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION iJ p 1 t T4 r kt NEATLY CHEAPLY AND ATTHISI 4 f Lexington and Eastern Railway 1 Tire Table la Effect October 19 1902 i EAST BOUND yrSunday 2 2 Sunday 1 t- PM Lye AMLr i 2 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 IS 3 10 pm 20 Winchester 20 8 25 11mff 3 60 pm 40 Clay City 40 913 4 06 pm 44 Stanton 44 9 23 am 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 67 9 54 am 4 49 pm G2 Torrent 6210 08 am 5 11 pm 70 BeittyyeJc 70 10 29 am t 6 11 pm 90 OKJuncn 00 11 26 am 6 15 pm 94 II Jackson 94 11 30 am i WEST BOUND No1 1 t f f No3 Daily ex n= STATIONS = Daily ex Sunday i a SuntJ81 rAM ArtIJIArr10 10 am 0 Jackson 0 6 05 pm t 9 25 am 20 UeuttyveJo 20 5 20 pm 8 37 am 40 Torrent 40 4 39 pm 8 28 am 44 Nat Bridge 44 4 30 pm pmi t 7 2fi am 70 LA hJuncn 70 3 26 tni pmJI I 0 E BRANCH EAST IO miD No 33 No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS = Daily ex SundayaI Sunday 3 30 0 Jackson 0 11 20 P- 33J G OK Junction G 11 2G Ili 11lIhurllt11 11 52 l4 30 13 Haut1Jton13 11 68 l 10 20 Lee CitYM 20 12 22 l 5 18 22 Heleclmwa 22 12 28IA 45 27 Cannel City 27 12 45 PM Ann PM ARK t WEST Domw4jfiNo 34 I El No 22 v Daily ex = STATIONS Doily ex Sunday p Sunday 9 16 0 Jackson335010 6 OK Junction 6 2 30 8 28 11 WilhUrst 11 1 58 8 15 13 Hampton 13 1 53 7 JC 20 Lee City 20 1 28 7 20 22 Heleclmwa 22 1 22 7 00 27 Cannel City 27 1 05 A MIR P M LYE NOl 3 and 4 make close connection for Cannel City and points on Ohio and Ken wacky Railway Division daily except Sun Nos 1 and 2 connect nt L E Junction with Chesapeake and Ohio lor Mt Sterling pointsNoi at Ileattyville June tion with L 4 A for Beattyvllle daily ex cept Sunday ManajerGHAS OI J Tne HaZel Green Oil and Gas Go v COHPORAlEDIf Is now ready to do business Home office Hazel Green Ky More than 7500 acres of most desirable lands o JS 1 A definite amount of the npartforpurposesAll ableFor prosident tary Wm IT Cord G J REDUCED RATES- TO=THE GREAT SOUTHWEST- On tho first and third Tuesdays of elicit jnnnth special hnnieseekcr and colonist roles areelhctive from St Louis and Kansas City to points in ili8 ouri lerrttoryntlll For onfarotriptickllS GET YOUR fOTKHUA1SKnvolopei CntnloFneedaleUEUeLV GENtlemansoldinanciallidoweeklyeach Wcdne8dn ffromforIChicago 3141 w THE MEMLD Impaired Digestion May not bo all that Is meant by dytptptia now but it will be It neglected The uneasiness alter eating fits of new ous headache sourness of the stomach andI disagreeable belching may not be very ba now but they will be If the stomach Is suffered to grow weaker y Dyspepsia Is such a miserable disease tbat the tendency to It should be given early attention This Is completely over come b- yHoods Sarsaparilla which strengthens thewhole dlgestlvesys tern Commoncotnont week May 20 to June 8 1003 When school closes what shall wo do Oh yes drill for oil star- a boom Bring or Hood 1 and got TUB HERALD and CouriorJournal for 12 mouths Dr Center reports tho birth of son July 19th to tho wife of Isaac Stidlmm From all indications many visitors will bo in town during tho week of commoucemont Granvillo Baileys wife of Still water died on Saturday and was buried at Campion Sunday r Catch on to this quick TUB HERALD and tho CouriorJournal both for 12 months for only1 100 To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It fails to euro K W Groves signature is on each lox 2c- Dirs Leo Hall who has boon hero under treatment by Dr Cen ter left for her home at Maytown on Monday James Gardner representing Abnoy Barnes Co Charleston W Va was at tho Day Houso the first of the wee- kTHE KIDNEYS aro strengthened toned by Hoods Sarsaparilla it cures all their ailments pains In the loins and THE BACKACHE J T Goec1on returned Saturday from a trip including Olive Hill Morohead etc which was a pho nominally successful one See ad Strayed or Stolon which will bo found in this paper and if you can find the horse you will be paid for its perusalI Revs John Barker and Mr Roso will preach at Rosa Chapol on Lacy Crookoft Sunday at 11 oclock a m Everybody invited From a Cat Scratch On tlionrm to the worst sort of a burn sore or boil DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve iis a quick cure In buying Witch Hazel Salve bo particular to get Do Witts thia is the salve that heals with out leaving a scar A specific for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles z South Coldiron and Harlan Trimble of this town challenge the world on music For further information apply at this oflico L Roy 1 Neal nephew of Mrs Win II Cord who is a Junior in Kentucky University will spend his vacation in Southern Culifor nin11ANT1IA TRUST t1OluTlll GUN Ionian pr lady in each county to nwiiiie business fr nil old IstitMishcil house of solid IliKiiicial stanillnjr A stmlglit bona fide weeklyI cash salary of ISH paid by check each Vcdno8ilny with all expenses direct from lieiiilqunrtois Money tnlvnnced iI for expenses Malinger MO Caxtun Build I p ing Chicago 31 d4 Prof F P Urnono who was first assistant teacher in Hazol Green Academy lust year died at Lexington May 28d of typhoid r fever I Miss Virginia Ingrain a daugh tar of Jasper Ingrain near slay town died at the residence of her lather on Friday lust and was buried Sunday Tlio night entertainments at the Academy will bo pay except Friday night Tho small admission charged goos towards defraying actual expenses incurred CASTORIAlI Ii1 Jhe Kind You Have yy Always Bought tho irfBenrs of r 0 t I ri I ttI givtheon Wednesday night Juno 3d Proceeds will be used to swoll the Cottage Fund You should see it Mr Wino of Olovorport the lodgoII agedsojournerIamong us loft for Campion Mon day morning Helps to Health Some people take medicine to keep them well Others appreci ate tho value of good groceries lOurs are healthsatisfying and re appreciated HENRY J CKOIL Hazel Green Ky dentisttwas tho guest of Dentist Har Ian Stamper from Friday until Monday left on that morning for Canoy where ho is professionally engaged this week Are you thinking of going west to Oklahoma or Indian Territo ry for instance If so call at this office and wo will furnish you cutrato transportation A dollar saved is a dollar mado you know One dollar pays for TILE HEKAM and tho CourierJournal for 12 months How any man woman or childold enough to road can fail to take in this combination is more than wo can tell The telephone lino between Mt Sterling and this place is being overhauled from scud to oelldu and when completed will be strictly an Al lino New boxes new polos and now wire aro among tho im provomonts NOTICE All claims against the estate of Mrs Kosalino Lindon de ceased must bo properly proven and presented to mo on or before July 1 1008 or they will be barred J CESAII LINDEN Administrator H D Clark minister of Chris 1 tian Church Mt Sterling will deliver tho address boforo the grad uates of H G A on Wednesday June 3d at 11 oclock n m His subject will beliTho True tho Beautiful the Good Monday Juno 1 tho Jackson Baso Ball team will play tho II G A nine at Hazel Green An exciting game is looked for and everybody should turn out to cheer the homo boys Game will begin at 8UO pm Dr Harvo Stamper and Circuit dpontSnndoyboth vory enthusiastic about the enterprises of Campion notably tho Si Caboll oil woll and the Traders Bank and wo see whuro they are right in doing so The C W B M Auxiliary will give an ice cream and strawberry supper after tho play on Wednes day night Juno 3d Every citi zen should liberally patronize those good women In helping them you help tho National C W B M that has done so much for our people Help those women SHYLOCK Shylock was the rah who wanted a pound of human flesh There are many Shylocks now the convales cent the consumptive the sicklychild the pale young woman all want human flesh and they can get ittake Scotts Emulsion Scotts Emulsion is flesh and blood boneand i muscle It feeds the nerves strengthens the digestive organs and they feed the wliole body For nearly thirty years i Scotts Emulsion has been the great giver of human flesh We will scntl you a couple of ounces freer vSCQTiD BOWNB Chemists 400415 Poarl Street NOW York f Soc oad ftoo all druggfcta I oF t w I Examinations are on in earnest l this week at tho Academy and seine wouldbe students Are being I hardIj anyjProf Milton Elliott of Loxing ton will arrive hero Friday after nqon and will deliver the address before graduates of tho Commer cial dopnrtment of H G A that evening Everybody should hoar him I1i9 subject will bq Tile Educated Business Man The Z Rays prActicalttalthe Xr y e tbn bed it all a fact that Catarrh of the Stomach in not A disease of itself but that it results from repeated attacks of indigestion II How Can I Cure My Indigestion Kodol Dyspep sia Cure is curing thousands It will cure you of indigestion and dyxpcpsia and prevent or cure Catarrh of the atom itch Kodol digests what you eat makes the stomach sweet James B Cecil of our town is a fair modern representative of Job of Biblical fame excopt that in sufTorinJCfromhands are swollen almost to burst ing and the pain is so excruciating that at times physically strong as ho is he cnn scarcely boar it Ho has tried all tho panaceas known to physicians but without avail and patiently endures what ho can not help Inadvertently wo have until now failed to call attention of our readers to tho statement of tho Farmers and Traders Bank of Compton but now we take pleas uro in doing so It has never boon our good fortune to ho a banker and wo have to rely upon tboI knowledge of those who hnvo boon for information as to whether a goodbusinossment a gentleman in our office a few days since noticing tho busi ness the Farmers and Traders had done in forty days remarked that it was the host ho had over known a now bank to do in so short a time and ho has had bank ing experience Mr Drushol tho cashier iis said to bo a vory affable gentleman and wo commend him and the bank to our people DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache REBladder Dont become discouraged There Is a cure for you It necessary wrlto Dr Fcnmtr Ho lute spout n lire time curing jimt such cases iwyours All consultation Free Dr Ponncr8 Kidney and Dackacho Curo li tin cause of my l nlns nllvo today I lord ttulToroii greatly of kldnoy illsoiiMo for years nod reduced In wolght to ISO pounds 1 now weigh ifis pounds Wll McUUOIN Ollvo Furnace 0 DriiSRlsH roOt ll Aiilc jfor Cook Hook Free ro Curo ClrclIllrnr8T VII USDaNCE enner FredonlaNY The Rittenhouse Ranch Our man about town on Sun day took a stroll in the vicinity of Ilnxol Green including Swango Spring in his itinerary and was surprised at tho improvements in and nrouud this justly famous mineral spring The first thing to attract his attention was tho spring itsolf which has been im proved by enlarging the basin end making shelving in tho rock around und over all is a substan tint stone houso cemented in every joint so that it is impossible for surface water to find its way into tho spring Above the spring house Mr Rittouhouso will hnvo benches undor tho shade trees and hammocks swung between tho troos so that visitors can repose inII tho cool The house just built contains I 12 sleeping rooms all well i ventilated and elegantly furnished r and to this edifice will be attached a largo dining room and com modi ous kitchen Taken altogether visitors will find comfort in every corner of the confines and be in n position to get tho advantage orI our puro mountain air lii brief everything is uptodato nnd fur ther improvements will bo abreast tho times to the wife ofJGoorgo Cox fDorn evening May 23 a boy DorthickA I I J 4 s rtnwvv wcw w acnrs xv nw r r TO t DEALERS IN k HAZEL OllEEN KY 4 Who carry stock and sell goods than any other firm in town or in this section Give them trial nnd nave money RINTING SKEW YORK WORLD Thrlcua tteuk lidlllnu- e Tho Most Widely toad in America 0 tins lotnonntratod that tho TIME n Week World stands alone in its clans Other papers have imitated its form but none its success This in bt cnitHO it tolls nil tho news nil tho time nnd tells it impartially whether thnt news be political qr otherwise It 1Is 1 in feet almost n daily at the price of n weekly and you cannot afford to bo with out it Republican and Democrat IIIIKU cnn read the Thriccawcck WorM with nb solute confidence in Its truth In addition to news it publishes flrat class serial stories and other features suited to the homo nnd fireside Tho ThriceaWcek Worlds regular subscription price Is only 100 per year and this pays for 150 papers 0pI x i iJt 7 f i 1n i c z L OATO RL1or Infanta ndi i11r i The Kind Ya Nave u 1 in Al Bon ht ff Bears t1ie S19natUr of In t User t Overi Thirty Year- sCASTORIA tlleeutauaeeNMNV Niwteeaetrn THIS SPACE BELONGS iOPIERATM DOnafaI fflefOnanalS8 i n larger 1 cheaper n J Newspaper For We Imvd just rocoivod 20000 Notohoada 10000 Envelopes 10000 JiottorHoadB ifcc nnd will print them to order at p vory low price for tho cash n l FARMERS AND TRADERS BANK OAMPTON hiI- VCoiuIoitATEl t I G WTHA MBYj 8iS Coins President Vice President S G PHTJBHEI Cashier BOARD OF DIliEOTOnS- J it KrkijfH G oifrR CiItiirtttN VAUGHN Lov R r tri G DuiraiiCL JBS CoMns J 1I81 uurln Ju G W llalsiiv Statement of first forty dnyabUelneae nRSODUOFs 66IlIo nnd Fixtures CO tfirat Not Ba JI Accolik 11816 42 09EXIcnsei I CIUlh 3013 48 jCtrnrningaDeposits y1s1Q76it9i S G DRUSOIIBLr Cry i yth l HERALD r ik r n r orJ+ 1 WJn jill btesr ass cr rr wt J- i J Nvn- t t JAmblKuou4Miss Crochet Ye Mr Sqccslcks tft nccins to be a very nice sort of I man but HotnutimcM he says thingr1 1thut ql oso queer I MU Pcdalcr For example Miss Crochet I was saying to him Hint my Coiuiu Tom came to hear Inc pluy almost every evening and that Tom was very fond of music J anti he said And yet he contin t J ues to come I wonder what ho could have meant Uoston Tran script Aptl rut r W hat asks the Individual who al frays is studying conundrum what r htbcdiffcreneebctwecuapbunugruphanal i 1- f Sentlcmanthue just been compelled to give up nil his money for the newdrcsu de I phnnIi j n I + Judge 1 Sotiiehlv itv4eutj WbICII 4nrnt It1I 101 elata4 1tJOJ- I wit I hliii vrd oidHt + pI iilt r j I IIi 4 i3 + v ttnth his 1 I tltbi rosy 4 pw n 1lIIIIIO Tsaiah tinkcrf tl if fooii lien warm bid- LetM I in c got to my sixtecnthly In ujfll t rnion and hv shows no sign of xlupYonkers Statesman A Sloilern lroponnt Young Ue Style Aw congwatulnte lue my dente fcllnh Im the happiest mail outside of Lunnon Friend Kh 1 Is It about the lovely MIss Tc Fashion Young Do filyle Thats it I nwHkvd her tu hare my 20000 n yeah andmho said she wmIld N Y s Weekly In n Poltllral SemeJ JNotsay his wife had hint arrested for repenting l 1 didnt know she daltook nay Interest iu political elec thou In political elections Ye didnt you say she accused him of repenting Yen Llgumy Catholic Standard 1 1and Times The Ply In the Ointment At lust were to Itl married With Joy my bosom ihrllls To think that all IK settled That IIs except the blts Philadelphia Ledger THIS SKCOMI PIDDLE I She Graciouvl The last time I saw film ho was the most optniojriated fel chainedHe reteetly married Detroit Frco Press WhereTYey do seedswouldIn buslnets If It were not chickenChlc Xe Kai et Barns fir understand she haa joined the Kudubon society and no longer has happenWhy 1 getjustisdtfeoul birdaChleagoPostlw right1ydies I rejected Win yyaterdayiand tke silly boy tMaks Imeaut tN Y iMlima1 u h Zi I No Meed to Worry Professor raid the bud young1 man of the class the ticlchtlBtu tell Ira the anthracite supply of the world will be completely exhausted in a little over CO years Wlmt are we to do for fuel then 1 My friend replied the venerable mnn by that time in nil probability you will have gone where the fuel supply is inexhaustible Chicago Tribune llroke Into long Upon R KCK of dynamite Little Georgia sought repose And alyly lit a cigarette My Little Georgia Rose Cornell 11ldo- wYOITnFt1 OJJSKIIVIMIS Look at Sissyi Jcel es said the tlrst styledontYell sneered the second boy She dont know the ladies all let their skirts nowadayiChlengoTribuneFnrne Place Permit us to put Inn word About the ynehts weve reckoned tnlrdWillsecondJudge A llrprnof lilt strikes mo that this is about the Klowcst nillrtod in the country Bald the iinpa + ient totirist I knew you were going to kick replied the conductor genitally ne soon ns you asked for n time table You lire one of these people whoI print11ashington The Difference 4lNwv8ald yontellthlJItIeYes replied little Georgic In this country we call them lenders of the organization Chicago Record Hc ald CAar Properly Stnled Penelope said her brother dont look angry now Hut really didnt nightHowI phraseology George she answered haughtily There was a Might labial juxtaposition but it was only moment nrylit lilts Their Sd Fllabt Now there is talk of another strIkeI in sympathy with the sympathetic strikers Indeed Are they entitled to sympathy Well Its considered hard luck that they have no grievances of their ownPuckThe 10 and the ioeeDFirst Married Man Women are frightful gossipers arent they Second Married Man Yes but just think What a lot of entertaining In concerningtheChicago Daily News t 10 EPRtslye- WifeOh what a uream of a snag nettMusbandYes but theres no dan ger of the dream coming true until the price is reduced Chicago American takes stead Isnt Jimpson a young looking made doesntlookw bhn1talkyoudover tlcChlcago Tribune j ifv r Mii 0 s J A ts I V fi11 7 IN THE PROFESSION Mat Her kta band Was Oae AVhe 11ag Ipalatca the lUisor on the oral Irefeinlounl Mcva When two women not of the slime set meet on a social basis there Is not that feeling of en rapportncsu that w sometimes road about A few days ago a Second avenue bride was summoned to her parlor by the maid who pie bcntcd u calling curd printed in blu ink and up in one corner there wns a little pint dove relates the Detroit Free Press Tlie caller proved to be n member of an organization with which the bride was connected one of those nsso ciations that tend out visiting coin mittees to prevent the members from forgetting that the organization is on earth Apparently the chnirman de cided who was to do certain culls by drawing navies out of n hat mid the result was not always satisfactory In this ease it was evident that the chair man had stubbed her toe The visitor was new at the business nnd she displayed her awkwardness at every turn There was some prelim inary Miiall talk with the guest mak fug nil the leads anti the hostess rag nlarly refusing to ploy trumps The bride answered yes and no and secretly site was greatly amused Then the committeewoman plunged What btuino is your husband inV she Inquired abruptly He is a professional tuna n lawyer was the reply How delightful cooed time visitor in the tone that is recommended in the rough and ready etiquette books Yes said the bride- I am sure we arc going to be good friends continued the caller for my husband too is a professional man Womans curiosity got the better of the hostess andshe asked And what is his profession Ho is n barber in one of the best places on Grntiot avenue It takIIlot of experience and a very steady hand to be a good barber He hopes ti lune a shop of his own some day The bride smiled broadly time could not help it and encouraged by this her guest asked And where did you work before you were married The hostess this time laughed aloud and the caller concluded that title was getting to be quite a conversational 1st- II didnot work anywhere replied the bride I just went to school played golf attended looking school meetings and dill other little things like that to improve my mind Oh my hull nice said the visitor ns she opened her ryes wider than beg fore and then she rubbed her lips with n yellowbnrderrd handkerchief that was scented with jockey enb horse liniment When she prepared to go she gave her hostess an urgent Invitation tore turn the call as slue said die felt sure that theyere going to like each other nn fullyveil As a final bon mot she remarked You intent toil your husband about my husbands shop and when they get acquainted we four mold have such awfully grand times Till bride ordered the parlor aired Then she went upstairs to mini nuns nuito sticks in order to drive from her clothing the smell of the liniment that may hont for Titan or beast but i not popular with society women GROWS WINGS ON INSECT Cnllfornln In innoli iilt Demon Ntrnten Thnt llfr Cnn lie Ilrn- ii In U il liy ChenilcnlM Warren T Clark tilt student ns vtstiint in entomology at the Univer tillnf California has done with laud forms of insect lift almost what Dr laccjues Ioeb the eminent biologist who recently tick the chair of phy Biology at the university has done with marine forms of insect life demonstrated that with the nlelor powerful chemicalI solutions life and growth can he regulated at time will says a Smut Francisco report In a series experiments that Mr Clark has just concluded he has mantle the discovery that the growth of wings on the nectarophoro rosac Linn a species of aphis is due to chemical excitation alone anti not to any causes that have formerly been regarded ns natural by the entumolo gists who have studied the growth of the insect In the past the rear wlngHImwsupply to starvation and to the con ditions of the temperature which wingsInunction Careful examination however of the ingredients of the insects food upp1y humus completely contradicted these early theories and established the important point thut these ap pendages arc created through the growth of the proper celln growth ehnrging ticularly with soluble salts of mag Besium Love speaklsgtqSheOh I must hove ueon thinking about youvDctroit Free Press i I f i c b 1 RA1SnR TOO S ART tieerlloue Tonne Lawyer OMs a Taklnrr Down t r an ldla naut Witness A promising barrister was wont to declare that though many a bad case had been won mumyegood ones had beet lot through overdoing tile Not long agocdIIC arisingi oitsof a street accident eme on for tearing at a certain courteAn electric trAmcar had figured in the col lision and when one of the wiinenke stepped forward he uas at onto tackled by the feee tiou young gentlemen engaged byihe plain offs11hat are you he began abruptly An electric conductor iirspondetl the u ttnrsr Indeedejaculated the lawyer A living lightning conductor I suppose For ont mumetit the wither hesitated Then he boldly tackled the fieetiou one Look hlll youui mall he 1tlI1ukMlII sort ol Youill a fatherly way know it but there are different kmt0f conductor For instance Im one Ami you re another and if I didnt conduct my ear any hitter than youre londuitini your the I should earn the sock and get illI I A Sniidea Drop 11onI come hut fmr wumt Last tllllumer ht done J I me a dirty sneakiii trick sold me a saddle that I upII withhimI I NopeI dropped him then and thar lime wilder married tncherff bait woekhang- ne City Journal Cftntnaloua Only contagiousilof anglers perched upon the creek husk 1es Its conegums aU htwid the man who had been fishing tour hour without t nibble but not ketchta DaHl mote American I The diligent fostering ofa candid habit I i hogsmomentIllionI1I0soli I Stnps the Conch romoQuinine I speakingwhenbeating hareDo not believe Pin Cure for Con ump I enhlllIIF1 I ierhaps goldVetrolt ortU1eXLCcMve heatllwass look for trade stark hnrrawhilei hlindUtThree Solid through mini daily Chicago In California thicjgo Lniuii 1acitic d NorlhVcitern Line Silence 5 is often the beat ragoJollrnalI CnredBookU A fool iis WIM aftII ownIneatn FASTEN A Sick Kidneys make people look older days of life fasten the marks of Doans Kidney Pills is the Aching hacks are eased nip back and loin pains overcome Swelling of thu llmlw and dropsy signs vanish They correct urine with brick dust sedi meat high colored excessive pain in paw wetthugDnina1 calculi nail grunt hclicvu heart palpita lion sleeplessness headache nervousness SurM MASS March 31 1901 I received Hit1 sample of Ioms Ixlilncy 1IIU unitl with time iiiMif one more IHJX from my ilru slsl I am entirely cured of a very lame bacit11A CLCVCLAMI fJAiEsnrno IM March 30 tOO1Thc sam IIItlh i IIII IIPut1ELI Irlll of DoinV Kidney ills harp icon of grist nt1cbl11I l I plaint ulTeteil the liluldcr more when catching Cdlt JOKIII IKIMIIIAl DYSPEPSIA OF WOMEN I Mrs E B Bradshaw of Guthrie Okla cured of a severe case by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound A great many women suffer with a form of indirection dyspepsia which does not seem to yield to ordinary medical treatment While the symptoms seem to be similar to those of ordinary indigestion yet the medi clues universally prescribed do not seem to restore the patients normal condition Mrs Pinlcham claims that them is a kind of dyspepsia that is caused by derangement of the female organ ism and which whilo it causes dis turbance similar to ordinary indiges tion cannot be relieved without a radieine which not only acts as a stomach tonic but has peculiar uterine tonitf effects as well Thousands of testimonial letters prove beyond cpiestioii that Dotliinptvill relieve this distress IJlclltl pound It always works In liarmony with the female system Mrs Piiikluim advises sick women Tree Address Lynn 3 Iw J TIn lunKt Sentence A choolmassr was giving lug clsra a IC ern in frinimir when no asked the lOYIi to tell him the longest entente they hud ever lead There wai dente for a minute or Urn hut at tart 1 small boy stood np arF mli hIt could remember the longest wjii floe he had ever read Well lomntysand the teacher wlmt 4 it ImnrHonment for life replied the boy N V Tribune lie Wit tnt n Cheese Till philan wete holding a contulla lion be itic the cot of the titan supposed to have appendicitis concealed about his per UI1- III believe said one of the surgeon thai we hoiilil wait and let him get stronger be a fore eutlinjr into him IScfnte the other profpeenre operators could reply the patient turned his head and remarked feebly What do you tnke ma urlIllcc cUaltilllore American n C E MARKS than they arc hasten the evening premature old age The world over recognized Kidney Specific taklnrthoMirecly hold r j urine Now 1 can sleep all night nnd rarely have to net up and that achy lag acmwi my hack a little above my hip lIi WyoIImDoans Kidneg Pills Fo+rre3nLrcus t olIualo Y I ithout1bllrGJtIl iiramu m if f Post orke ISlalll1vtntinnhnnnndntttvlilnnndnirhIfuucrallburn ii AVJIcal Advice FrrStrictly Confidential ALABASTiNE WHAT inhltewater making a durable sanitary and cleanly home Any one can brush it on KALSOMINES ARE WHAT Unnatural glue and whiting decompositions for walls and ceilings that stick only until the glue by exposure decays when they rub andscale off uninbabItable waterkalsomineycheapTherepnperandI properly labeled OccoraUngYour i ALABASTINE COMPANY Ntw York OMes105 Wtttr St ORIc sod Factor GRAND RAPIDS MICH warsor3 Cearfead fO oLDEVE8YltYHERE BhiOJ1OSE1TzEp r 1 ABOUT CATTLE GUARDS CbmnKr In IotMitJaiE Ttirm Heoora- sucudea by a Special Canadian1 Couimlttlou A special toml1lil lon noting under t the Canadian department of railways nud lauds isms been stud ing the question whether the present arrangement of Tattle guards can he improved Some points hive not yet been alt per ed of but oil one n distinct recommendation Las already been made The commis stun thinks that those at the erodings of public highways should In1 located differently In the accompanying grain which Engineering News finds In the otllvial report the left hued half represents the ordinary usage while the rlgh hand hnlf shows the proposed plan Inspection will reveal this dif hasl 1 JtftUOVKD CATTIK GlAnDS brvn located on the railroad side of the brnndnry between the company land mid the public highway whereas it iis now suggested that it ought to he out tads Three are fomc of tint advantages which the change is supposed to possess f In ease of wandering animal feeding along the roadside their uttmtlon will 1 lx directed away from the right of way j of the railway instead of finding nn f opening into which their curiosity tends to lend them ns is tlwcac under the ordinary arrangement It reduces the length of erossin upon which animals can rather ns IF their tendency Income Itiralrt At the i tame time It does not Impair the usefulness of the highway in the least nince the part thus fenced In Is not used I for travelI It will be additonally effective as a 1 lc1Ofslng signalI and prevent tents un I t der the guidance of irresponsible driv x Ofxstances particularly in reTerenoce to i the old Pit guard as well fit others It offers no Inducement for the ani moths to go on the right of way becau- seh1there are apparently only the track 1ties and ballast protected a guard i r thinjleft open to them with nn apparent oprn gateway which curiotity will r tenth to lead them to choose 1n case of cattle being met on tIlt crossing by a train as is frequent the fences will net as n shelter behind which the animals will dodge insteal of ns now making a rush for the open lug which the guard IIs called upon to protect a I CLEAN DAIRY UTENSILS sever Ine Sight of the Fart That AnnllK it In the OrenteM of Microbe Hentrojera Milk utonsilsshould be mode of metal and have nil joints smoothly soldered so there will be no seams where filth may accumulate says Dairy nnd Cream ery Never allow them to become rough or rusty inside Do not haul sr waste products All skim milk and whey hack to the farm from the butter or cheese factory in time same cans used for delivering the milk Use old cans for this purpose Clean all dairy uten ulls by first thoroughly rinsing them in tepid water then clean inside and out with a brush and hot water in which n cleaning material Is dissolved then rinse and lastly sterilize by boiling water and steam Use pure water only After cleansing keep utensils inverted In pure air and sun if possible until e wanted for use again In this paper much is mode of sunlight This is because It is n microbe destroyer They cannot live and flourish in the sunlight Darkness is life to them nnd disease germs Sunlight nnd the drouth of a renr ago last season destroyed nearly all the hog cholera germs In the corn and swine belt and this season that disease is very rare there The most dangerous and unwholesome room in the average dwelling house is the par lor where It is kept darkened to keep the carpet from fading or for some other trifling matter It just swarms with evil microbes of many kinds c 1 those of sore throat a hacking cough a slight fever bowel troubles and num foSbweu tnesa 4 h ROADS AND SCHOOLS gone Valuable laggetleaa Mrre41- by Mew York 8apenlatalnl- of 1ubllc laitractloa i The advantage of good roods to duellers In the country districts lies not alone In greater ease by which crops can be transported to the dis tributing centers and towns They play a great part In the education of the children of these districts inas much us the more the children can be drawn together In large central schools the better can they be educated With a number of stool schools scattered over the rural districts Ills too expensive to provide much more than instruction In thn rudimentary brunches but if the children can be brought together iu large central schools the cot of instruction is di vided among u greater number and more branches can be Included in the curriculum As is pointed out in the following extract from the report of Superintendent of Public Instruction Charles H Skinner of New York state it is impossible to bring the children together unless the roads are in good condition The arguments thus far advanced in the commendable agitation for good roads have not considered the welfare timid comfort of our school children us- a factor The farmer is told that good roads will put money into his pocket by sav ing his horses and wagons that the value of his farm will be enhanced and the trip to town or to church will he a pleasure rather than a burden The merchant IU assured that his trade will mightily increase if good roads lead to the village The bicyclist knows by an occasional run over rare sections of wellbuilt highway what comfort would result if good roads were the rule instead of the exception Those who pre able to indulge in time luxury of automobiles also see pleasant visions Nothing however has been sold about the children as they go through the mud and dust up lull and down from their pontes to the schoolhouses tune to three miles distant Is it unreasonable to believe tint these turn and women of tomorrow would prefer well graded nincndninied roadbeds to the miserable pretenses for highways which nuts disfigure so much of our landscape It IK not difficult to Imagine the county school n much happier and butler place if the children could gather after pleasant keptghlghrayii What to do with ourcountry schools Is becoming a serious problem as the years go by and the rural districts be COllie more sparsely settled When morn than 10 per cent of our rural schools have nn average daily attend pace of less than trim children something should be devised to put attop to such needless waste Combination of resources and capital cheapens pro duction and results in nn improved product It is time opinion oftdll cators that n reasonable application of this principle to our rural school probe lem would result beneficially With the present condition of country roads the transportation of the children to central well equipped schools Iis practically Impossible during must of the year Good roads would remove a serious obstacle to this most impor tant step forward In the improvement of our country schools The boys small girls of the country with one accord demand good roads that they may en joy school privileges equal to those of their brothers and sisters in village mini city DURABLE RAIL FENCE An Irlra from Trnntrt IVtilrh May lie uf foitllllr Heap to lonrlUCr lu Oilier Section A good plan on fencing In here de scribed This method Is taking time lead in this country For rail fencing U STRONG HAIh PENCE none excels I will try to describe it as best I can Set posts as for plank fence Lay a stone on the inside of the fence set a short rail on the stone Then fasten wires around the posts at top and botom Place a rail on top wire and bottom wire to hold the posts in place Then fill in rails Koscoe Torbett In Epitomist The Trutk About Weed What ill weed Xo better definition of a weed has been given than tout based on the adage dirt Is matter out of place A weed is a plant out of place and as weed is man woid and not a nature term what are com manly called weeds may under cultiva tion become desirable crops and con versely many good things may spread pestrof the worst klud BuralWorld t 0 TEXAS HOSPITALITY f TetVelegtae Given Rntlrcadbard vejor AVMrh lie Ttinujikt W the tireatect Leer ft tiThe man whohadbeen in south Texan looking ovifV thj route far a prospective railroad Htd burn Intei ested In a reference toiioKpltulUy iu Its truest sense relates the New York Sun All day long 1 had been driving with n mnu In the dust and the question of a camping place involved tlhdtngthr necessary watcrbe said There were no streams no wnter holes only dust and hills and alkali lust before sundown we carne In sight of some scrubby timber rising from a drnwuheud ofuland we started for it lust OR we turned the ridge we noticed a lonesome looking shack In the edge of the trees nmliWf drove up to it just as darkness came on The first sight of anything living was a lean foxhound that dashed out at us baying he was followed by two more and after these a pair of collies sued then a miscellaneous collection of dogs of all shades and breeds bent upon attacking us but snarling nnd biting even among themselves Suddenly n lung lean figure of a luau with n hairy face out of which only n pair oCtryes and the tip of n nose was showing charged upon the dogs with n stick sending them scuttling under the house again Then without a word he carne up to us with his ryes fixed on the horses It was not an Ideal situation for n fagged team and two worn thirsty men but 1 tackled the proposition J didnt mention anything about a rail rood but 1 laid beautiful stress upon our condition stud our needs for n camping place where there was water And while 1 talked he was looking over the team from the front As 1 talked some more in my most engaging manner he stepped around to the side of the ofT horse to look him over broadside It would be the greatest favor Im aginable If onlyve might stop here I I continued We will make you no trou ble and are more than willing to pay tor feed for our tram lie was ut the side of the off horse by this tuna mind I was almost too discouraged to say anything more Milk Tag perhaps we haul been taken for a pair of horse thieve 1 hind made another attempt to move him how ever when he straightened up expectorated nn Immense charge of tobacco juice under tin horse and looked into my fare for the first time N Want to stay till night hey I wan trying to tell him again just how much wo wanted to do that very thing when he broke in I11ellof you want to stayall night T reckon youve Mnick the most lively place thus slur of the Pecos river Hospitality repeated the mnn who hind kern In Texas Say that was the greatest welcoming 1 ever had In my IICtII PUTTING IT PLAINLY A Yuunir Han lan AVnn Not ut All Afraid of III ttlrla In The old genlleinai didnt want Un voting gentleman to marry the young lady the young lady being the old gen tlemunV daughter So when the young gentleman came on the allimportant minion the old gentleman set his face against the young gentleman says the Chicago Journal No Mr said he with angry em phasis you umlaut lute my daugh leln Hut I want her urged the young gentleman and what is of some con siderationI in the count Hilt wants me That makes no difference sir you cant have her Tint means I presume that you want me to give her tip- IExactly The young gentleman took a hitch in himself Do you think I nm going to do It i he asked In u tour which did not strike the old gentleman rx altogether Mih misKive I do Well no wonder you dont want me for a soninlaw if you think Im that kind of a fellow I dont blame you at till I wouldnt have tint kind of a son inlaw myself even if ison inlaw were going at n premiums limit my dear sir Im not that kind I waul your daugh ter for my wife anti Im going to have her she wants me for n husband I have no objection to you OK a fat herJn law and she rather admires you ae n father Therefore I nm warranted in joining the combination and If you want to act ugly why we will as du tiful children humor your whim and patch it up somehow with the friends of the family who will be wanting to know what is the matter with you anyhow See And the old gentleman had wisdom enough to understand the situation exactly Fatally Criticism Fond Mother Do you think Mabel siiigH better than she did before tak ing lessons l Bachelor Uncle Sure thing She knows when to atop now Chicago Dally News M r cJ tyf POOR DIGESTIONI LANGUIDi AND TIRED An Interesting Letter Concerning Pemwu y I1IIts cI Della Jauveau Globe Hotel Ottawa Ont IB from one of the oldest AftA best known French Canadian families In Canada Ju a recent letter to 1 ho Peru na Medicine Co of Columbus Ohio shim says 4 Last spring my blood seemed clogged up my digestion poor my head ached and I felt languid and tired all the time My pbystcitt prescrIbed for me bat II friend advised me to try Peruna I tried lA and am pleased to state that I found It II wonderful cleanser Bntl purifier of the system In three weeks I was like a new woman my appetite had Increased I felt buoyant light and happy and with out an ache or pain Peruna Is a reliable family medicine Adta Krlttain of Scldtan 0 writes After using your wonderful lie rt1U three mouths I fiavo timid great relief I had continual heaviness In my stomach wan bilious and hail fainting spoil but Uy all have left mo since using Pe runsAtha Hrtttaln If you do not derive prompt and satis jwautet4udluari W ertx etatn SlIt rtfA Dra waarrarout- OlMe n WIoi II td Ia54 w alt ai tvGnketdmidu4wa14t- 4W rteV dUftnt aw- haa4MctWArfrayl rn- titots wWararatAaiarn-w 40nae to a wuulk W tf dW 4irtn7a4n W pt tIItIUt 7 lit fttI oI rdnMK4h aolar 1 ftauan If winter left you all run down wind up w- ithHires Rootbeer That will lit you going 17vs edione for S e Dta Chalks E Hiss Co A lUUtrn Pa i TO HOMESEEKERS GOOD with productive sotlacanbese cured on the Nubyllll Chads FARMS nOOKI1 At Iway In Trantl Kentucky Alebanus GrorKI141 PRICIs RIASONAULd Ctlmete healthful never very cold or very hot All marketable crop grown and brine better than in the North Kalufalf ample incest distributed CORRESPONDENCE with Rut1 Eittte Agents IIn the North Invited For pamphlet write to H P SMITH Traffic Manlier NASHVILLG TCNN A MONEY r paid saes moatb burs liar term to acres tllaanbD county No roldo rvItbeIii t tlato tt PtitssosneCDbas tkaa stewleeLOTT THE LAND MAN at 14O 19 WMt Sth 8ti Kanaea City Ma j e si tJN- V 1 4 1td ql M1n 4 factory results from the use of Portma aafull statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable advices gratis Address Dr Flnrttnan President of Thu Hartruan Sanitarium Columbus Ohio rShandsCartridges It also stands IJ for uniform shooting and satlst t factory results Ask your dealer for UxcARROW and NITRO CLUB Smokeless Shot Sheila j The Union Metallic CartridgeCo BRIDGEPORT CONN WESTERN CANADA MAS FRBB rOMS FOR MILLJOIN a Ater54VJJ Aa ji yesurbSanadI RArrxitANBooir Y wonderfnlvleldtof wuealead lIlunlluondotLhegrrils Ill sal qnIAHdlmltel j ueeUell ebur bat sptea4ad ratllwar lIi1urs HOMC8TBAD LAND Of ISO Acres FRIES the only oberge belD11I foratry Send to ibo rollowlB for an AtlM sad othertlUr Slut a well M for nllte lna yoy MIa railway rmiM elctNu I 111M s r tl D Ottawa Canada IiIpusceutloomi l lid aldlaa aOI11a Ota J 4 FREE TO WOMEN S To prove the feealMHTM IIZNToiletweyrmallIcurtiette4aSabsolutelyI not BUB swnpJe tmtfttorfa a skate enough toecevlse- esalaaeofItvahte W- aUever otrell Ue cowtry orspnislsgp tttlmie tot whel ts ttbee dose la beat tr Ma 1 wertrfIdNrals Ilalewr i fsiasQ r ss4tsrgatevitartar 1 potul card willI do 1 + vitk7tArNIt soot e- ch v is vi aAA HJC1 1 AItYIiM 1 JO aF J 1 Joc n J c fL3 11 t n ii2 0 nill cfluIJ9i gJ2F 3 13gxr8arELZdltor VoiNo 2f Courtney Goniba returned from New Orl tnrlast Friday- S ffjfe j ev O GDraihel the banknr made t alt flying trip to Torrent on Sunday o f George W King the trading t man of Holly was in town Mon I I day a orTBE1bBALDdone make your wants known to the Editor of Campton Courier I G T Center President of the Red Rivnr Oil Company and his wife of Stillwotor attended the burial of the wife of Granville Bai ley hero Sunday a +r J JFzltnk Bolin of Toliver and I Mrs Ella Bumgardner of thin place wore married Thursday of fast week Hero is luck and a long life of happiness to em o o o f Tho wife of Granvillo Bailey of Stillwater died on the 23d iust of I pneumonia fever and was buried in the Campton Cemetery on th- eJ24th She leaves a largo circle of to mourn her loss j e o I e I Commonwealth 1n iWy r 1 1Dyrdf left h t 7t ttI s- Lc Pni 1 1t Jt 1 e1avartt i t I IUa I rLd1 I r dGl VI tirtlh1 t 4 lhlilfI IAq Ie eat l tv ll f wuv courago foils un I 0 o o George R Hawkins of tho Now i OhioKentucky Oil Company now I doing work in Powell county was l1Lahore Saturday and Sunday HoI sports five good producing of 1 wells in Powell county for his company Mr Hawkins is one of th I promoters of the Rod River Oill I Company of this place and was i hero on business connected with said company i o a n t The directors of tho Red River Oil Company mot horo Saturday rmight and elected tho following as p4 officers of tho company G T Center President j W S Tutt I Vico President Bonj Sewell Sec jretary and S G Drushel Treas urer Tho company is negotiating with tho Hazol Green Oil and Gas Company with a view of doing some drilling for thorn 0- 00 PittsburgPa1 4field and is very much encouraged with tho outlook Ho is an oilI saysthoproducer in tho State This well perday1 long lifod wolf This wellalso furnishes a good supply of gas machineryTHii r T 1 Little Early Blur Now and then at bedtime will cure con- stIpation biliousness and liver troubles iDeWltta Little Early Risers are the x arouslogthei gentlypet1 strength to tho glands of the stomach I and liver that the cause of the trouble is removed entirely and if their use iis continued for a few days there will be no return of the complaint Again wo must remind correspondents that obituaries taro sub jeot to advertising rates and are published only when paid for r s I t 1- It G t i h AtOne HYf IM Cof Lion Coffee has better strength and socaned Bulk tone at thejane price is not to be com pared with Un in quality Iii I wairtigltlc c H J tars tI j1r fT D j T fYCOJ4Ei w I t surSPILsOY V r Orielpiaeri etc a ratlden fair list midst tae sewer pro An open letter la ber band Which abe received that day The HHM were music wed to her While IB a plalBtire tune The flowers teemed to whisper low Ill see you sweetheart soon One summer eve a maiden fair Before the mirror stands With flowers fair she decks her hair Plucked byher beautiful bands And from the cluster she took one A as SBOW And pinned it on herhreast then said He lores this flower so One summer eve a maiden fur With gladness in her heart Serenely aat in a parlor chair Surveying a work of art It was a Rift a picture fair Which often met her gaze And brought from those sweet ruby lips A rich melodious pralleIOne summer eve a maiden fair Sat watching the dial bright Awaiting the hour when he would come Her true sweetheart that night No tears hail she within her heart To mar the happy thnll And now well ring the curtain down And leave her waiting still sakes a Clean Sweep Theres nothing like doing a thing thoroughly Of all the Salves you over heard of Bucklenu Arnica Salve is the best It sweeps away and cures Burns Sores Bruises Cuts Boils Ulcers Skin Eruptions and Piles Its only 20c and guaranteed to she satisfaction by J T Day Hazel Green and S S Combs Sons Campton druggists MAVTCTY LTSSIVES hert tt lkj fade a flying t titCatre y Lrdny intl TRIrfl JeuoxSwango dIJt U1Y 1h A Childers started Saturday to Catlettsburg whore he will spend a few days Miss Stella Manker who has been ill for the past two weeks is able to bo out again LUNETTE The Wastes of the Body Every seven days the blood muscles 1and bones of a mill of average size loses two pounds of worn out tissue The waste andedigestionorgans fail to perform their functions the strength lets down health rives way DyspepsiaCureorgans to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaten into the kind of blood that rebuild the tis sues and protects the health and strength or the mind and body Xodol cures Indigestion Dyspepsia and all stomach troubles It is an ideal spring tonic STILLWATER SPARKLES 0CamptonSunday Quite a largo crowd attended mooting at Laudsaw Sunday ofCnmptoDishoro enjoyablotimeupper Stillwator The little child of Jeff Browor and wifo whose illness was roport ed last week has sinco died Melvin Edwards who has been visiting in Leo county tho past week returned home Sunday LittlelostCampton a purse containing 177 in cash Mrs Granvillo Bailey diedat her homo hero on tho 28d inst of fever after an illness of only a few days She loaves a family and many friends to mourn her lore She was taken to Campton- on the 24th for burial May 24 PRESTO A Sue Tklif excertdeathether Dr alllungVanMetresayIandtor1 fbutOroliiogtaCrilupWhooping JLsguaranteed SSdruggistsTrialand 100 Cecil J Armstrong minister of the Christian Church Winchester will arrive here Saturday afternoon and will deliver the Baccalaureate iandthe XeninjfJ Everybody should hear iitiilialit yo pilpifoitor t1 it h H Homes Wealth FOR ALL CAN BE FOUND ALONG THE I iI SPEED WITH US I TO TEXASKANSAS MISSOURIARKANSAS INDIAN AND 01 LA ti 01AerrlresAnd points beyond THE FRISCO SYSTEM gives you LOW KAT S on the first and third Tuesdays of each month For detailed Information apply to A D MURRAY den Agent 407 Walnut Street CINCINNATI I a ttrGt 1606+ + i1 hue Grass uiseres Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape Vines Small Fruits As para and everything X for Orchard Lawn and Garden X Strawberry and General Cata TIloguo ou request S III Both phones 1 1tI II KodolDyspepsia i Digests what you eatIThis preparation contains all of the i dlgestants and digests all kinds of I food Itgives Instant relief and never aliithomanythousandscured after everything else failed ItIs unequalled for all stomach troubles It cant helpbut do you good uhlcalroroo 1 III I x 4 A N H WiTHERSPOON President K U HUNTER Cashier r- X r ihl Up Capital 810000000 sutures i i i 8 000000 kj n HnmUotue Deposit or 8404 1I4H X bank solicits the accounts of farmers traders and bus men generally throughout Fast T IThi and offers its I KeQtucki Itr and the within the limits of customI Sx3 S s xs44 ti iI TEMAINSPIIN ipL I Wbtait I andevety organ the body uaffected Torpidity of the liver is an abaormsl eaUr emeut of that organ with a eonSequent stoppage of its functions directruultssurely result ia even more dangerous organic diseases such u Bright1 Disease etc t Plasters rsnsvanddepreuio of spirits loathing ffood fullness constipationfeelingand allJmpsrltlssrestoresspackage5packagesSpancer Medicine Co + Chattanooga Tenn WHEN IN LEXINGTON I DO NOT FAIL TO CALL ON Louis Gus Straus L1X1lsrGroO tSi 5 LEADING JjEtOlpHIEBS They are Sole Agents for Contra Kentucky for 1IJtc91 Benjamin C cry ZteYr Yort Malt 15 oJ Cotfxcct Clothing Jtox Men We carry the largest line of MIiii N B 7UITiI tiiI Telie ats1prillJLAUN Q4AT- liats1 O 1 i ldpts Neek 1Vi7 = = Dpw = jp i LJ C v U w And all FURNISHING weartjinOUR PRICES THE LOWEST OUR GOODS THE BEST OUR STOCK THE LARGEST p xSATISFACTOW GUARANTEED jLonis A Gus = iRSLexingtons Leading Clothiers Hatters Furnishers Fine Tailors CLARK 5 HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUJLDERSj 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KYii Honest material master mechan ics and consciencious calculations are their stock in trade Hence iti is that satisfaction is guaranteed i1 Strcnth In Iti Theres health and strength iui bottle of puro Beer And Lexington brew has purity and quality Barley in it for food Hops for tonic And just enough alcohol tf aid digestion Essential to thl weak healthful for anybody Jfl standard high grade beer Uw surpassed for table use and medic inal purposes The boor that noun ishes cheers and invigorates LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY To Cure a Cold in One Day Tab LaxatweBromo Quuune Tom PN svr e lt4 t1e ltoN i Mal IZ otl4s Thli9- Sr Ul C y Cures Grift fa TWo Days OA every 35CI 14 y a