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I o o 71 S 6 l f 0 1 THE HAZEL GREENHERALPo Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 EIGHTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 4 1003 NUMBEIlyt I er 100 IfER TEAR MountainsOwner Alway la AdT aef II f I t f j i II 1 J i 4 J r a- S 0 I J1 l0 Gt GII t 1 1j iiyt i o1t0 t0ht htiC lC r- r 4 VicePresident it tub CB Agent Kentucky committing lc IXSLULIMQE iras borrrjailclccss WEEKLY t i S l o EDITOU o TEN OR TWELVE PAGES ISSUED EVERY 0100 A YEAR REFORM SOCIAL REFORM MORAL REFORM 0BEST EDITORIALS BEST POLITICAL AKTICLES BKHT BEST MISCELLANY BEST BOOK REVIEWS BEST PICTURES BEST BEST CHILDREN PACE BEST HOME NEWS BEST CONDENSED NEWS BEST REVIEWS BEST EVERYTHING COURIERJOURNAL KY + 0 LBy a special you get tho HAZEL GREEN HERALD AND THE CourierJournalB- oth One Year Only 1 r WASH MILLER President H Cashier W WILLIS JW POINTER Ant Cashier i iiiS1iiL ilitWINCHESTER KY PAID UP LlOOOOOOO Out mid Mail 1903 Special for Eastern KT fUll a of c olSft U HENRY STORms POETRY MARKET OF o A Cut ROSE DUNNING PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN Kt lurito the attention of the farmers of this vii cinity to their im= pro ved facilities blacksmi thing and ns well as repair work of all kinds A full force of class mechanics insures in the execution of nil work entrusted to them nod satisfac tion is gnnrnntwl in all cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is re spectfully solicited and will be dully ap predated c ROSE DUNNING W L HKrnKSBX- TIXQGUGGEtfHEIMERCOMflnc Dry Goods Notions Jobbers LYNbHBURG West Liberty Ky- I wilt be on the road with full line of samplo Dry Goods Notions White Goods Pantsoveralls and Mens 4nd request the trade to inspect my before placing their orders 45ly Nice for 0andI per 100 r fifWc solicit your banking busi ness and promise you prompt and careful servicei every attention and accommodation consistent with correct banking principles DIRECTORS UI FILLERS UJ WILLIS It PRILLIPS W B 1 a imponII r LtEItrR fj F5RmPTOf ROSE McCansey mAjeJf to action whatever I would pleased to consider sample LIFE POLICY for J 111 1g7ld MW WATTERSON WEDNESDAY 0REVENUE COMPANY LOUISVILLE arrangement can Weekly for HAMPTON CAPrll Without for wagonmaking first promptness Respectfully CEVEDON Leading VA tSTHeadquarters immediately Furnishings lade sale T WILL STLLLWATER SPARKLES o Miss Lydia Chambers is on the sick list Robert Russell has moved from Lee City to Stilhvator t Mrs Miriam Dunn is spending this week with friends and relatives in Breathitt county Rev Henry Taylor preached a very interesting sermon at Buch anan schoolhouse Sunday I The infant child of Taylor Hat ton and wife is seriously ill at this writing and is not expected to live Misses Sullio Tutt and Stella Carpenter of Campion spent Sat urday night and Sunday hero with Mrs Elizabeth Tutt and family On decoration day quito a crowd I gathered at the cemetery hero with flowers to strew upon the graves of those who have departed this life and gone on before W S Tutt and wife of Campton were present Juno 1 PIIEBTO I SINCE the fact has been publish I notIsentntiou at tho Worlds Fair in St Louie next year and only three have even closely approached their apportionments citizens of those counties formerly in tho inactive list have taken hold with a deter mination to lift their counties to tho level of other counties with no expositionbuting to help bear the burden which has fallen on the commercial life of the State sinco the Legislature failed to mike au appropriation 1 THE removal of tho oases of Jett and White charged with the assassination of J B Mnroum James Cockrell and Dr Cox to the county of Morgan which is in Judge Kinnura district is what tho people have all the time hoped for and whether con viction or acquittal be tho result of their trial by this change of venue tho verdict will bo accepted by tho people as a proper finding Judge Kinnor is one of the best equipped officials in Eastern Ken tucky and tho Prosecuting Attor ney Math Redwino a brother of Judge Rodwino of Jackson is above the average as a prosecutor Unless the witnesses therefore are spirited away a fair and im partial trial will be hold The State at largo and in fact tho States of tin Union are interested in this trial and tho result will be watched for with more than ordinary interest Judge Rodwiuo in granting tho change of venue and Prosecutor Byrd in asking for it have displayed more stability thnn tho people generally wore willing to accord thorn In brief by this net they have redeemed themselves from tho suspicion that they wore tho honohmon of a faction in Broathittcounty Every law abiding citizen will approve their courso and give thorn the credit duo Kodol Olvos Strength Hy enabling the digestive organs to dl gest assimilate iiiul transform All of the wholesome food that may be eaten into tho kind of blftod tint nourishes tho nerves feeds the tissues hardens tho nuiacteft and recutt rn tIll tho organs of the ntiro hody IonCure cures IiKijcotion llsipepitln Caiiwrh of the Stomach und all atouiucii diomtltrd Sold by nil druggists Base Ball A very interesting game of base ball was played horo last Monday afternoon to a largo and apprecia tive crowd between tho Hazel Green and Jackson teams resulting in a victory for tho home team bascore of 17 to 8 The crowd was a very representative one in deed tho ladies especially turning out in largo numbers to witness tho spurt The gamo was very in teresting throughout and several brilliant plays wore made on both sides and no mishaps occurred in any way to mar tho pleasures of tho game Wm Archibaldof West Liberty umpired the sumo and in that cnpacity gave general satisfaction For tho Jackson team tho Ilndden Bros and Vauars dal did good work j while Bussa burger Quicksall Wayne Long and Jim Tom Nickoll did splendid work for tho homo team The Jackson nine was composed of as gentlemanly a sot of bull lessors ns over entered the diamond in and around Hazol Green and tho admirers of baso ball will look for ward with pleasure to a return game at some future time between these two clubs Following will bo found the lineup df the teams Jackson Dillard Haddon first base j Robert Yanarsdnl second baso j Thompson third base j Mc Guiro short stop i Ohio Haddon pitch j Cunningham catch i Snow don right fold i Cash center field i Clarence Hodden loft field Hazol Grcon Bays second baso i Quicksall first base j Daniol third base j Bussabargor pitch Good win catch Long loft field Nic koll center i Gambill right field Caraway j short stop Do You n Enjoy WhatYou Eat 7 If you dont your food dote not do you much good Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the remedy that every ono should take when there fa any thing wrong with the stomach There is no way to maintain tho health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There is no way to nourish except tbrough the kepthealthywill be tot down and disease setup No appetite low of strength nervomnes sourrringsand all stomach troubles are quickly KodoID1spepeiaCur J MAYTOWN MISSIVES 0Mrs Lucy Stephens is on the sickt list Miss Lula McOluru is very low with fever- Loo Hall is now doing a fine business in carding wool B M Manning and wife are vie iting J A Eaton and wife of this placeMrs Sally McGuirp who has been ill for quite a whilo remains very low Mrs John Curtin called on Mrs Phoebe Cox Sunday and reports her dangerously ill A number of young folks from our town attended tho commence mont Saturday night- J L Henry and wife of near West Liberty spout a few days with thoir parents B F Thomas and wife this wook Mrs Gila Pioratt who has boon in your town under tho treatment of Dr Center returned homo Fri day very much improved in hoalth We are glad to note that Mrs Loo Hall who huts boon confined to her room for tho past two years is again able to be out Yo scribe had the pleasure of taking dinner Friday with her tho first that sho hUll prepared for quite a while Juno 1 LUNETTE Rev G D Combs of West Lib erty came in yesterday to attend closing exercises at tho Academy Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty viper by one cheerfulness when the kidneys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble prevalentthat for to be born afflicted with weak kid If the child urinates too often if the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage it Is afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttrouble thekidneyssupposeWomen men are made miserable with kidney bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold druggists in fifty cent and dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall and on disappear has a child neys yet and free also pamphlet tell Dom of SwuspBooi tIng all about It Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received r from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure andz mention this paperrtt Dont make Ruymlstake but remember kllmersSwstupRoot on every bot- tleMEAT MALT TMa IQ5A1 TQIIQ RfCOHTftlJCTlVI Theres Life sad Streatffc fa Erecy irtft A Kkotlfie combination of the muitlii f constituents of PRIME BEEF sad i PURE OLD MALT O Loasills Irt Jews xI ipva r fYGatiereeallau- s heleYrt aAjal Zate lhatIItliiefesckM tfe iw xirt11 d6ae It LD E rT t1 J s J 0 I 1 01 irtt i iey r n e h 1 i r I t J t i I II ItI f t uv ir iir kc t a p= 3 s r a aNS RpeM M r n a w a a I T I It I n t k- k ii 1 i II if J iitj I l 4Ii IiIi- tt IiI 4 t f ft lki lkti n w 7 UNIQUE PANTRY DOOR An ides IVint Is Worth ImllntlnB lit IlouBCi Where rhingllake to lie Crowded Not having any too much room In any pantry wlilch was originally a hull cupboard 1 utilized the door in the summer shown The Hiiiuller articles dove tucks as hangers for the larger OUCK small lames lire better These can be bought for n few cents per dozen and do tint donmgc the wood Bb does u nnil The ring by which the chopping haul lungs on the lower part of the door eras formerly on n window shade but wits found to be just the thing for this purpose The iidK are held in place by tine wire btrctchcd across the panel to smallI MncltH driven in the edge of the molding The little pocket above the htcwpan Jiolds my bread tiekds for living in high in this town 11111 we find that bread for two is cheaper bought than made Above tills is a sheet of curd board which 1 call my fruit list 1 may tell of it in motherarticle lust below the gout pan U a little book made of I UllUR IAUT 01 IANTUY DOOR writing paper III which 1 write iny tested recipes that have proved worth n second trial lust below thin a thick pad with pencil attached which re ceives jottings of thingii needed in the home The cardboard sheet helot the grater liana memorandum of weights tend measures which I timid handy in lell uyh t6 sonic recipes I When the pantry door Is closed nil nhis is out of Ithe way and out of sight 3 much prefer this plan to that of hat ring everything in the kitchen Of toum it would vat do for n person who does nut keep the black wabhcd loll the utensils I rarely put any utiii All save my teakettle over an open love hole so late no trouble in keeping everythingI immaculate Ameri can Agriculturist SUFFER FROM OVERSTUDY t1nunnn nt Mother CnnrtI De I Clare Infantile lUnd U lie I hag Cremated Mrs JnmcR L lughrn of Toronto in addressing the National Congress of Mothers the other afternoon at DC Urolt on The Influence of the Kinder Marten on Children and Home con Ueinued the practice of overstudy in fcducntlonalI institutions Wcnreton greedy she said to pour our knowl ledge into tho minds of the young with but realizing that the practice in in HurioiiB to the body Onetenth of the facts crowded Mo the pupils mind nt School eventually slops over and is lost us Inter yearn Let un not force the thud to strive so strenuously ior Xuednle end honors Wo ought to leave a revision of stud ies nnd get together In conference parents and teachers who will dim nato those subjects that do not meet Jthe present day requirements i Is there any preparation of the boy- for girl in the educational institutions Ifor fatherhood and motherhood ffpnc at all Teach the boy and girl when in each others company to dls cuss bright anditrtcllcctual things and tio away w1tluweetbcnrt talk and frlv tol1 tics IIf Srreepln Off the Cobwebs I In the nursery tales the famous old Hvoman who is creidtcd with the desire to sweep the cobwebs oil tho sky was firmed with a broom and In the house bold realm the broom has long been recognized as the most effective medium for dusting the walls and sweeping tho obnoxious cobweb from its lofty resting place says the Brooklyn Eagle An experienced housewife living in a country town however states that in this advanced age walls tans woodwork are best dusted with a longhandled window brush covered with canton flannel The brush not littaig in such frequent demand as the Iobr m811C8ast cah beputawaywith its mid er on and Is always ready for an eluer eucy In the shape ot a cobweb THE AUTOGRAPH QUILT Aa Bnar Method of liaising Blonrj for the Church or Other Phil anthropic 1urpoNCft One method for raising money which we have tried in our church Is the making of an autograph quilt The blocks were of bleached muslin 16 inches square On each block n wheelshaped piece of turkey red cal ico was sewed The diameter Qf the wheel measured from the outside edge of the rim was V3 Inches the diameter measured from the inside of the rim was 111s incites the diam titer of the hub measured from tho outside rim was fHj inches and the diameter of the inner circle of the BLOCK OK AtTOOHAIll QUILT hub LVi inches The illustration here with shows the pattern of the block greatly reduced The wheels were first basted carefully on the muslin Merles then time blocks were dish ih uteri among the ladies of the so etetywith the request that they whip the edges of the wheels with red silk thread which was given out with the blocUs and secure names enough to flll the white spaces in the wheel the charge for each name to he ten cents When nil the blocks were finished and sewed together n good penman was chosen to write the names on each block as handed In the name of the maker of the block being plated in the center nnd the other names between the spokes This was dune with Indelible ink Ve renhizedls in this way and sold the quilt for ten dollars thus ranking galslarners licvicw OLD BEAUX ARE DELIGHTED t One Woman Who linn Not Helrfinted Tlii lr Virtue to time Muly- sorrel As a rule when a woman gets mar ried she tries 10 pluck from her re membrance nit thoughts of those who once paid court to her Yet she CUll hut a kindly feeling for them with- Out in tilt slightest degree being un true to the 1111111 who iinally won her K OS the Chicago Chronicle 1 love my old beaux uaid the wo man who is hound to he cheerful They comfort me nod make me tor get unpleasantnesses An old beau is very nice if lies at all presentable My liUHhatid iays hateful things to the effect that Im ruinously extravagant always wanting things nail he inti mates that only an angel of his magni tune mold manage to get slang with me nt till tat so my old henux They say hes the luckiest of men and inti mute that they would have been bet ter men had Providence been thus kind to them Kven the married ones arent HO bad When their wives sue for dl vorce or their bibles get the measles they look volumes which seems to say that nil would Gave been umherent hall not nn undeserving one borne off the prize These unsolicited testimonials are nn stimulating to me as oldwIne It isnt the slightest me to repent them to my husband however He simply reminds me that women arc so easy that theyre tiresome nnd that those nincompoops dont have to pay the bills- GIVES HIS WIFE A PRESENT Emperor AVUUnin Ilmtovri a Vnlqn Umeclrt Upon the Empress of IVAIch She U Very Proud Emperor William has presented to his wife a singular bracelet which the empress vows she will wear to her dying lay It consists of seven disks of solid California gold of the purest quality each disk being about the site of n silver 25ccnt piece but three times ns thick The disks bear Inllerlllllchildren from the bracelet is n heart of solid gold weighing about two ounces on which is a portrait of the emperor Girls Names la Japan It is not uncommon for n lap girl to bear the name of n flower On the other hand however many girls Japan bear the names of some do Iin utensil as fryingpan or dust brush Doubtless this results from the custom common nmmg some people of naming n child from the first object that strikes the eye after world the little one has come into the yhtte hands It Bomctlnieu happens that a girl bylettingwork Chicago Daily News r PROMINENT PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE PERUNA 1si ROBERT R- ROBERTS MD ttRohlrt U Roberts M D Wash l f ington C writes i Through my own experience 1 as well as that of many of my I friends and acquaintances who have been cured or relieved of catarrh i by tho use of Peruna I can ffarlmansII t mend It to those I such disorders and have no host patt t 4 1numberAtheir regular has proven its merits sothoroughly that even the doctors have overcome their prejudice against so called patent med cinesaud recommend it to their patients Peruna occupies a unique position in medical science It isI the only internal systemic catarrh remedy known to the medical profession today Catarrh as every one wilt admit iis tho eauseof one half the diseases which afflict mankind Catarrh unit catarrhal diseases alllict one lmalf of the people of Inited States V II llrnnd iM D of Moltena Ill uses Peruna in his practice The follow lug case is an example of the sueeiys ho has through the use of Peruna for ca tarrh Dr Brand says Mrs 4Cage23 had been a sufferer from catarrh for the past seven years could not hear plain and lad watery eyes She came to me almost a physical wreck She limit tried the Copeland cures and various other su called specialists and had derived no benefit from them She tol1 meshedid not want to spend any more money on Bprrlnl Trnln to the kaarlnblynl Loa hurler The cal hll iMiu which iris been evidenced by Irehttertulsl HI uxMiii to the meeting of the licnrrnl a1 euhIy at los Angeir + In May las developed to suchan extent that itjis announced by the Chirago A North- 11eetern and Inion PuiaV Ifniluav that a s pedal tram will leave Lliirngn l1edae iivMay 13th for time nccomnionatiun of those who desire to attend tin lsenmbly and won will be enabled thus to travel in condemn company and upon cjiritallv arranged srhni IUcillal The tpcciil will cntiHut of Pullman stand ard lirawingrooni sleeping tare mind Iull man tourist sleeping cars irons rimago and Pullman standard sleeping cue from Pitta burg Columbus Dayton Cinctnnati Louis Yule sod Indianapolis through to JOl Angeles without change The Scientific View Doctor lioort morning How are you feeling today Sick P ychologi t Splendidly doctor my nerves transmit the sensations oflainvrithotit a breakIlarvard 1Lampoon Money refunded for each package of Putnam Fadeless Dyes unsatisfactory The cheerful liveloner est years and afterward in our regards Bovre n DONiT GfcTWtTASK YOUR DEALER fOR T- HESLICKERtMADE FAMOUS 5Y A DEPUTATION itNWNG OVED MOPE 11 HAlf A CENTURY TOWERS torments and hab we made of the buta TOcwk Dr M C Gee of San Francisco Says Bjmefit 1fEJlr lIe yellowfor herII It l P H Brand M D Ir I put her on Pe runs and told hert to come back in two weeks The effects were won f derful The east f down loo she hail f when 1 first saw her had left her J nlhllnlJtold me she felt a different WOIII1nI her hearing was r improved and her f eyes did not trou i ble her any more This is only one case of the ninny I have treated with your valuable medi climeh II IJrand 11 D Catarrh may Invade any organ of tho body may destroy any function of the body It most commonly attacks the head nose and throat hut thousands upon thousands of cases uf catarrh of the lungs stomach kidneys bladder and other pelvic organs have been cured by Ponum klfeluert lalp ilt-wlr atilh a 111 vrl kyle urIla Tk rvI1 U- ald pl by rrit11k5aies a2OteSNt121 z2 Salill Peruna Is able to cure catarrh wherever it may be located by its direct action upon the mucous membranes Catarrh means inflamed mucous mem braves Peruna nctu at onco to cleanse and invigorate the catarrhal of the mucous membrane no matter where It may occur in the body Its action ia the same on the mucous lining of the nose us on the mucous lining of the bowels It cures the catarrhal in Humiliation wherever it may occur Dr R Robbins Musk ogee T writes t Peruna is the best medicine I know of for cough and to strengthen a weak stomach and to give appetite Beside prcsclibingitforcntllrrhlllIIcOldcrcllIt have not hal1n Imthmt but stud it helped him It is an excellent medicine and it tHKI so many cases to I have large practice amid have a chance to prescribe your Peruna hope you may live long to do good to the sick and suffering sj- We say Peruna cures catarrh Tho people say Peruna cures catarrh Promi thestruttedI publicIi recommended to bo tin internal sya- tomic catarrh remedy that cures catarrh wherever it may bo orated Dr M C Gees Experience Dr M C Geo iis one of the physicians who endorse Peruna In aletter written from fitlJ Jones street kttn Francisco Cal he says There Is general objection on tho part of the practicing physician to advocate patent medicines But when any one medicine cures hundreds of people It demonstrates Its own value and does not need the endorsement of the profession Pemna has performed so many wonderful cures in San Francisco that am convinced that It is valuable remedy hate frequently advised Its use for women as find it Insures regular and painless menstruation cures leucorrhcca and varian troubles and builds up the entire system also consider it one of the finest catarrh remedies know of heartily endorse your HI C Gee M D j I IWomen ate especially liablel to pelvic female weakness as it is com monly culled Especially in the first few wecksof warm weather do the dis- ngrleahlesmptnmsofflmulo weakness male apparent In crisp cold weather chronic sufferers with pel vienhrh do not feel so persistently the debilitating effects of the drain upon the system but at the approach of summer with its lassitude and tired feelings the sufferer with pelvic catarrh feels the need of a strengthening tonic Poruni iis not only the best spring tonic for stick cases hut if persisted in will effect a completo euro Write for a copy of Health nod Ucauty written especially for women by Dr Ilartman If you want to read ofsome cures also write fur a copIIf Facts and Faces That will surely convince you that our claims arc valid 1 f you do not derive prompt and satis factory results from tins use of Peruna write hi once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Ilartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio NEW RIVAL Loaded Black Powder Shells shoot stronger and reload better than any other black powder shells on the market because they are loaded more carefully and made more scientifically them They are THE HUNTERS fAVORITE DOUGLASS3a i 7earlybetearingkvLUoulas35or3Slmtu I 1111 arn just as goof In Clyerr WRY AS thnso that 1 G 4a WtYO boon Curtur feul from IO to LXO The lmmnte e11e or V Douglas sbocc proves tbolmujMjrlorlty over all other make nhereBj1XTRA stamped on tho bottom Take no ATALOG ll r V ubilltute FilsttirforLpiefetaused ilq yfo1 W L DonIn 94 Oltt KIR ecruBT H SiJnecnmtut be iunMiHl II +r + rruuumutany price I prenf lb r 1a luu i bl1 pr8LOtattg4OUY condition I I a I a I a I 1 I I I medicine themselves Try L menGodyeltrthan any oher manufncturcr In the world 25 000 Reward will to pultun anyone who trmentDLive Miscellaneous Stock and ELECTROTYPES In ffrrtt variety for M lit the lowcut prirc bf 1 K Kfllotir Aiwi pPftc MI W nnh 51 riuUntl WUIE1t RITDO TO AATEIITIOIi6-1p1aaISeatloa tWayapos r- r 1 M M z IL 4JOL p or r Lc x t A iii ir f I Yt i Cpl i 1V i i 01 i ilif f wr r ix x I I t J 1 ajTlII Tlh li lT aj- 1M tltl 101tl w fu 01 tnuf ufbf bfIt ItCf sty inou cifdo l dobe sot sib a r l7t-Y 1 L r j I I fi ft tt T r I I r s I A LITTLE GREENHOUSE Just thr TlalnJt for 1I01ll f Cirilr ur r tthu IHlltilil In WnUtlilni Plant Life DrvHopuuiiJ For propagating cuttings take a box 12 laths square anti thc inches dreg inside measure A couple of drainage holes should be made in Ihe- 1tturn Around tilt sides of the ilex place ifour lOxl1 inch panes of glass und flU in first wily ti layer of drain alt amiterial preferably charcoal use ihicli deep then u bit of gravel and on top of tlws at leatt three lucbeti of clean gritty sand not too liiK1 Another pant of gloss Ixl4 iorltem rests on tine top us tliown in U r cut Tender plants Mich as geraniums miltui begonias uml others runt oil AnilANOKMKNT OK OOVBKiNG gnlck1y11nody cuttings require more care For instance vrigrln forsythia hontysuekle etc tihould lute cutting taken from well ripened wood in JulyI or August Cut to n length ttiiiitaining two pairs of leaves liomuvf the lower pair and with a sharp blade make a clean cut right at the jwiiit Many woody plants mill nut form a callus exeopt when lout ffrihis point Leave the F1em projecting a little alive the upjn r pair of I leaves t n it miy not dry hack too far and Injure the buds Then the two leaver left should Ile the outer half of the blades removed With roses err other shrubs where the leaves are uot in pairs the mine principle holds Choose the vood which pan htaomed and cut to in elude four or dive joints always mak ing the lower cut at u joint Hemove 1hu lowest twit leaves and cut tack the others They should he pressed firmly in the xand kept moist and given plenty 01 sunlight Orange Judd Farmer SPRAYING AND DUSTING Work In the Apple Orihur That MuM lip Dour Iurljr In the Srn un or 34 nt All MTlien the petals fall from the apple DM o lling moth is on hand to lay her ggf4 the calyx Is then wide open and tilt young caterpillars will sick the Calyx for their first meal later this calyx will close up tightly and if poison cnn le introduced before this closing it will be better retained says Prof F MI Webster The whole object of a lifetime with these moths iis todeposit their eggs and they will do this largely nt least as soon as the bloom falls Then iF the time to spray anti not after the other work is over and the eggs laid and hntehtd Ind the yonng worms tanking Their way Into the young apples stud the calyx of those not affected so closedover IIs to prevent the free admission of the spray The young anger worms nre mlnut and very hungry easily killed by poisons whom this time hilt Itt theta alone until they are onehalf to twothirds 1grown and they seem to thrive on poisons The potntoes nre just coning out of the ground there are a few beetles only nnd hilt little plant to treat fist an old fruit ran punch fine holes In one end and fix a broomhandle to the other so as to hold the can vertically over the young plants and tapping it lightly with a light stick sift a mixture of one pound of pnrls green nnd ten pounds of n low grade of Hour directly tin the Mirfnce where It IIs needed nod where it will adhere to the leaves This is not spraying lint It will kill off the old beetles that first appear or nt least many of them before they lay their hIMnnnrr on Sunnr IIlrhIThe common teaching is that sugar beets ort injured in quality by stable manure applied the saute srnson that the beets are sown That this is not true at least not on certain Soils in New York Is proved In bulletin No 20r of the station nt Genera Tests were made for four cnrfon two farms in widely separated localities for one season with results uniformly favoring rather than opposing the use of the stable manure The yields were better than with liberal applications of commercial fertilizers nnd the percentage of sugar and coefficient of pur r Sty of the juice were higher with the manured beets than with those with out manure or those receiving commer cial fertilizer Every farmer and especially the dairy farmer should roloclover both to maintain the fertility of his VAIUjabl CAUSE OF SOUR MILK Carelci Mllklnic aad Loose StVthoaa of Ilantllluic Are the Irluclpal Source of Los Milk sours because in the process of growth and multiplication of the bacteria tilt milk sUgar Is changed to lactic acid When there is enough nild present to be apparent to the taste the milk iis Miid to be sour Uacteria like corn or tiny higher fft t i plants require food moisture au1itlent in order to grow and multiply Milk hits the necessary moisturet is iv perfect food lIulllis usually at the right temperature for rapid growth of hate term Since the keeping quality of milk bears n direct relation to the bacteria which gain access it is important to prevent their getting into the milk The udder and adjacent parts of tile body which are much shaken during milking is one of the chief sources of infection while the last of the stable the hands and clothes of the milker to gel her with the pails and runs used are only slightly less Important sources Experiments shuts that milking In a stable where tin clrciilatlonof air can curry the dust out tripping tthe udder with n damp cloth and scalding lit Ill sils with live steam or boiling water will not only reduce the bacterial con tent but increases the keeping quality of the mill materially A cov vred milk pail with owls n small open Ing to milk into reduced the number of germs falling into the pail ont fourth as compared with a common pail and the mill kept sweet SO hours longer Immediately cooling after milking is next in Importance Milk allowed to stand two hours without rowing contained 23 times as many grrms ns when milking was finished while that which was cooled to 5411e grees only hind four times as many at the end of two hours This emphasises the Importnnce of quirk and thorough cooling Midland Farmer VALUABLE MECHANISM It Ia nmJRtird o Irnvlitr Iurc and lrsol Water for Stork n- tirry IlrlnU Some people seem to have formed the Idea that any kind of food is good enough for animals and any kind of vjrtcr will do for then to drink being only intent on filling them with sonic thing1 which will pass for food and drink Hut wily should n cow or horse enjoy the taste of musty hay and vitiated water when humnn beings are only satisfied with the purest foodstuffs slid drinks to be ullll There Is nn doubt that it Iis a common practice with mine farmers to till up the PUKE WATER AT EVERY DIUVIC troughs in the morning and let the water stand until thcanlmalsget thirsty and are compelled to drink IICveu if the water were coolI and pure when first drawn the heat of the sun soon renders it warm stud tasteless A South Dakota man has succeeded in designing a mechanism which will draw fresh water every time an animal wants u drink anti which will nest the require ments of a large herd or a single tint mall with equal facility while at the same time relieving the farmer of the necessity of pumping the supply every day This invention Iis nothing more than a tilting platform on which the animals are compelled to walk every time theystake their thirst and it Is an easy matter to connect out end of this platform with the plunger of n pump having a cylinder large enough to draw a large quantity of water under the Impetus of the animals weight In der tIll pressure of the plunger moving it the cylinder the water is forced to flow through the pipe into the trough the platform Finking gradually an tin cylinder empties1 Louisville Courier Journal A Mttlr Itailnea IlJiit A blank book for addresses will Ix found Invaluable to every farmer Cop into it the post office address of al parties with whom you do business n any time the mimes of persons lral- HS you rend or hear about tl you may want to communicate w n In the future or other addresses that It may be handy for you to have for reference Leave n blank line or two under each entry for corrections or memoranda Such n book can be kept with but little trouble and will be of great value and convenience One of the children can keep It for ouFurm and Home The Type and the Peed No bog beet steer or lull cow can respond to liberal fettling unless the conformation or type is Fucli na- to favor production of the pedal item for which It is fed Every feeder should know the several types of lire stock at a glance Just what It was 25 years ago St Jacobs Oilis now The prompt sure cure for SORENESS AND STIFFNESS Price 25c and SOc Health it Home through lilies Roolbeer a delightful preparation of roots herb barks and burin Natures own pre Bcriptlon lie ticfit every member of the fili- allyHires Rootboor- firlBM the Wool qnncbM tbt thirst u4 pltut lit palate A pa14 std 1ldie Sold t ryw ber or ladlk Ilsrflullstlm CUrtti E Alta CcIWItnL ft A LITTLE MONEY paid rarb mouth burs a good Mule faun 4U acres liniiionfMiiuty Mo Kolorn fruit Nlt Smiles to U IL town nil Hue Muoolli Uint rlaiii1 Irlr IW L cuih ttperluonthi llefcronreauf lK r tutus Ucautiful map t1ourllallftI Ark n sits ur kohoum aid bill IIUt tarsus rlibvr state lie snuupa ur slier LOTT THE LAND MAN 11O li Went Sttt St KHimu Cllr Ma I FREE TO WOMEN I ItiRall Inflammation dlwbarecs wonderful cIcatiKlnt douche throat cutnrrli mouth waste teeth today postal tllUlltrht pndpnldltjr trrnhCdIBoston BKAUKRS PAPBIl OKaiHINO NYTIltNOI COLUMNSI ntnUSINOI LirE There many eiruUlonx There emulsion which poMcMei True Vitalizing Properties needful to build Weakened Devitalized Sytlf la OZOM VTS10N Have You ItOzcmuldlon It Duly Vitalized emulsion Liver blned bloodccrtnlcldeaualacolthecDiulcentfood Glycerine Done TUsucbulldlnf Salts of Hypophotphltei of Soda- ozomulhion IB Good It II an to medicine taking Your physician knows marvelous building strengthening properties of OzomuUion quickly shown In Immediate Results CoivhK Colds Grip Bronchitis Pneumonia Throat Lune Troubles Sweat Ooniumptloa Inflammation becKae Lungs Larynx Intentlncs Spleen Kidneys Liver Anemia Bheumattim Neuralgia disturbances digestive Dtrveua circulatory systems Wonderful Dloodsuklsr TlsMebulldlnr Strength producing Elerneats make It great purtlre Medicinal Tonic Retsa BiroctiT ViUlUlag Food witch KakM To healing cleansing power of laxtlnToilet Antiseptic will a large package of lnstrttetlona absolutely I a sample a large package enough to convince I anyone of WomenI i I pralslni Pnxtlnn III local treat feuuloand i a vaginal for sore nnsal DK a and r+ move whiten the Send i a will do Held by or as OO has I OF I nUT I I I lire for sale Is only one the Feed up tn and that I the of Cod Oil corn the and the and Life the Mine and the rood That Does aid any you may be the formula and will are Its Good for ssd and ttl bt of and and all of tb or Its asd a UM SIck W a prove thin lAnd we I mall trial with book tee la not tiny but its value all the for what It lira done inent of III UH to tartar and caret sent TillS TO I the with sad This over To prove Its great mcd and What It Has Done For Do For You a large Trial By Mail will be sent prepaid to any reader or this paper oa requestIt the Emulsion Phy siclansiUtc snd Prescrlbe and Druggists sell In Large UottlesWelf hlng over Two Pounds for One Dollar Wrlte bj PostalCard or Letter giving your name and full address OIIIea C- tIltwirL WESTERN CANADdfc- AIN M GROWING MIXED PARMINdil TJlBAHN WWT wheat It grown la WN Canada U a fw short HIt fTpWproporuoa more nortb rlr the latlMHlf which Brain will come to pert teen th hatterltte TI1 OB pound per buitnl it as lair a standard aa- pauodt inilte Ban i Area nDde r nds1SYAf1ee4ee0 I YUM IROL 11reae16a BMJMU HOMESTEAD LANDS Of 160 ACRES PRCC Ito only charts for which It 10 fortaklBff entry Abundance of water and fuel cheap building M terlal Rood trait for pasture and hay a fentlew autnolentrainfall and climate ilfWaBattM thefolloingNrlllirale giving you rMinpfld frelbland paNeag Tate etc Nuperlateadeat IsaattiraHr Ottawa Canada OT UM WlLLWKSBOOM iutboxrl1StO- OillsYonraldtlodlinipepjlili0ad Ca tUlaaUoverniaeat Agents ifti HOMESEEKERS fift AH be se eure4OntheNashvillell 1 1z Chatta noogaA St Louis Railway In FARMS TennesireKedtucky Alabama GtorsU PHICB3 RBASONADLH Cllienti healthful never very cold or wry hot Ml marketable crop gown and bring better prices than In the North RatnfallampU and well distributed CORRESPONDENCE with Real EiUU I Agents In the North Invited Tor pamphlets write to H F SMITH Traffic Manager NABHVILLB TENN PILES AIIKESIS 8lTC unl re poalrtvztITfor tire ample aditrmft ANAKKfllM TiltI tae building flew T0 A N KB 1967+ WHEN WKITINO TO ADVEKTIHKKW please state that you saw Ute AdvertUtn mesa la this paper ANEWIDEAF- OOD TO MAKE YOU WELL The New LifeSaving FoodPREVENTS DISEASEPRESERVES HEALTHPROLONGS Tried rtCommeIl1l1The BotUeFree iti t+ j t f I 0 iii t f 1 1 tJ 1 It 1 1 3 lYt a y 1 I r J- w p jl- i I I i Ii I I ij Ij i I qaIi qat P I j I i tI i I I t j t 11t11j j I 1 1I st aa-a- N a- f I 1 11t n Ji I If you know Malaria you certainly dontII like it If you know Ayers Ague Cure you certainlyI do like it Pto fc I i 1 THE HERALD n SPENCER COOPER Editor KYIHAZEL GREEN THURSDAY Juno 4 loon DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor JCWBECKHAM For Lieu tonnntGovernor W P TIIOUNKl For Auditor of State S W IIAGKK For Treasurer IT M HOSWORTH For Attorroy General N B HAYS For Secretary of Stale HV iMcCfJESJCEY For Suporintondont of Public In strtution II J II ITQUA For Com mis ionor of Agriculture JIUIJKRTVRKKLANI IFor Clark of Court of Appeals 1 MORGAN C1I INN Per Hs mMiitntlv fx MI IMitrlrl JUDGE H F PIERATT =ON the liner plan of Kentuckys mineral exhibit at tho SI Louis Exposition next year petroleum occupies the coiner 102 nquaro foot having boon glen it There is no development in ICottucky during rocont yours HO marked as that of tho oil distiictP and the display at tho Vorlds Fair is to bo in keeping with this wonderful progress 1ho oil coati a lion of tho State recognizing this fact have begun to subscribe to the Runtbeing raised by the lKentucky Exhibit Association to carry for ward tho work Contributions to date have boon as follows Triple State Natural Gas anti Oil Co Ashland ffiO Grant Northern Oil Co Detroit Mich 100 J 1 Uoblitzull Jtarbourvilhi 100 Tin oil exhibit will be ono of tho mostt expensive collected by the associa tion all of the crude oil having to j ho Bont out of tho State for rllnt inki hence outer oil producers uro expuotod tg share tho burdtn of scribed expense with those that have thnI v Worst of All EX1orloncIIQjin anything bo worse I tjnit every miiiuio will bo your Ins jaiiijhWfia the ipuiieiicu tf Mrs ti I iNcWBon Decatur Aln1Ilur threoi years she w ritesII edited insullera me pain from indigestion ttoniiich and bowel troubjo Donilisoonicti Inevitaljlo whoa doctors and till ronicdiiMfnilnl At jj length I was induced to try Electric lilt II100proI 1 II I nth qnd Uowrl trouble Electric niter I In life only midlcine Only r 0o For Kilo by all druggist A Kilfing in tho ountyII Tnmos Lacy Bud OilIImorol ubqut the tnt ngemeut ofa hoivo which Itucywas plowing I ut I which hbloutfud to fnbbs and the result was that Ilobbs throw a rook and killed lLucy who was his half brotlior+ Dr Center who wascallod to Natt Iany just hofor ho died gives uttlio following particulars bucyvyu plowing llobbV liorgo vlnch was a contrary nni mal mid ho ggt tn throwing rocks nt him fiinrfci ITobba aid wif find Willie HoUln worn honing at tho timo nine with Lucys wile At djnlu r hniya tffe told him what Hobbs lint snit about hire troatuitmC t fibJ borso This in cousod La6yntidho tofusqd to plow lIbhba tools his plaoo and m turn throw rooteR ftt tho horso This caiiRfld Hobbs o cny Sonic thing that inorfcgSU Lnoy ho cnllod Ilobbs a d lint Hobbs thou picked up n rook and struck him bursting his skulk1 Whon tho doctor arrived ho was nnconeoious and diOtl within 80 minutes Tired Mpthsr I liII 44tk to taka4earo otchthlron and to gook awarp Svnab J8 rld mend beddos- Tired uttMlrttkiouhl takttallocxl t Strsnlln- rUa 1t sbleebt1Improvcattto appetite MaureiLii ttt111I1oep li1t1f nU1-A Printer Visitor MI r Cnnninghain of tho Jackson Hustler was among tho visitors horo from Jackson Monday Indeed ho was one of tho loam his Iposition being that of catcher and right woll did ho fill his port udilnn accident compollod I to put in another man Mr himII ningham visited TUB HEKAID fico in company with a young Mr Hall and was very much surprised to find us so well equipped Ho said ho had no idea thus such an apta late establishment was to be foundl in tho mountains Mr Cun ningham has boon with Tho HURt lor for six or seven years and liko tho editor of this paper his be come so much attached to the mountain people that ho fools more nt homo horo than on his native bluegrass Ladios and Children Invited All ladies Dud children who cnnnnt stand the shocking htrnin of laxative syrups cntlmrtiiif rte an invitedl to try the famous Little Kiirly hirers They lire different froin allnthurila They do not purge the nHtem Even a double dose will not gripe weaken or cicken many perile roll them the FHMV Tilt W II llowcll lhutol Irxui rigs nothing hotter ran he utIl fur coi+ tip l lion tIck headache etc Hob Moore Lrifayatte fills tya nil other+ tripe nnd sicken while It1Vnt I littlc Early Hiser do their work veItcud easy Sold i liy all druggist ii lint Kentucky Kxhibit Association his received1 for free distribu tion 1000 copies of tho Now York Worlds St Louis Exposition Dedication I Number nod they will bo furnished all persons asking for I thorn Write for n copy Tho il lustrations as well as tho text tie wurthy the inspection of anyone i I g Mrs Fred Unraxth- l r Ml lciit Country Clnli lliiiloii Ilnrlxtr Mlrli Alta my first baby was born I didnot seem to regain my strength although the doctor gave me a tonic which he oinild gettingbetterI band milled that I take Vine of Crdul for a week and ice what It would do for i me I did take the medicine and was vtry grateful to find my strength and health slowly returning In two weeks I was out of bed and In A month I wu able to take up my usual duties 1 am very cnthusl aitlc In Ib praise Wino of Cardui reinforces till or n119 of generation for the ordeal of prejj nnncy and childbirth It prevents inis 1 wirriauo No woman who lakes WinoI of Cixruni need fear the her child If Jlnj cominfof n Wine of Cardui before her baby canoe she would not leave beta weakened s sho teas Her rapid recovery Should connnond this treat remedy to every expectant motn T Wine of mlnii regulates the menstrual How l lNEorCARDUl SWEI OR STOLEN Prom tlio pnMiiisos of MM Itvlieccn Swanttn near Mnytown Mocciui county i on Suiiilny night May IiI HHJII iJ LIGHT BAY MORSE j About 11ji panda highwhip no and whitlIj ftW white linhtt In maUl niul tail Ho is 9 or 10 years old JIHCCH anti goes run IIlrinA liberAl reward will be paidj for his return to mo nt Snlyorsviltol Magofllrt county or information enabling mo to get him Bit M 0 rASt1- Salyersyille liy- DR F C BAKES PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZISL GREEN KY Will answer all calls nnd may bo found at thorny Lioae1vIien not profccwlon nll engaged ttr f A o 1 1Tfl NEW STOlE At DAYSBORO Ky Is just now in receipt of n lino of Lndies and Gentlemens ftF T EAHKNovor excelled in Eastern Kentucky and at no timo equaled in tho mountains And the groat beauty is that wo can and will soil lower than anybody HARDWARE AND TINWARE Have also boon nddod to our stuck and the same low pricos rule throughout Whon you want best goods and want to make X100 buy 2 CO worth here is the place C MORRIS CO TVatch this space and save monoy A A A A A FARMS FOR SALE OR RENT Business locations seen rcl ill rowing towns in Oklahoma and Indian Territories Town and City property remarkably cheap The Great Southern iUlll Frisco Rail Road Systems give the must direct route and tilt bestt facilities for reaching Oklahoma and IIndianI Territoryt SpecialI Rates First and Third Tuesdays in April u AODKKSS1 I I Kentucky Oklahoma IloT Land and Toll site Goo I 1T 0 Box Utor call at ollioo illiU 1H Short Street LEXINGTON KY7 v FA fow remaining shares of stock for sale at 10 per share A largo dividendl is assured JULIUS EDWIN WRIGHT President C 1F ONEY Secretary L ROBINSON Treasurer A n W R CIA WFORD CO Live Stock Commission Merchants FOR TILT SALE OP Cattle Hogs Sheep Cincinnati Union Stock Yards CINCINNATI 0 ALSO Central Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KY 1Sc have mi 1 KaMern outlut for all ileairalili etork lit hiighest prices Co II Ioigll 111 Ill HolIllItel All rorrcsniiiliiicc Iltuurfiillv mwtrtt J 1PJBI 1 TJ SLEE CITY KENTUCKY Practical Barber = Hair Dresser Kvorytliing uptivilnto Iuhlic jialrmii c incite tun HatUfnclion cnnrnntcoil THE CHICAGO0 POST+ HOME PAPER r Every fARMER should read daily The Chicago Post Every LIVESTOCK Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every PRODUCE Shipper should read dally The Chicago Post Every GRAIN Shipper should read dally Tho Chicago Post THE GREAT MARiET NEWSPAPER I YOUInowllpnperroquost THE CHICAGO POST Chicago III fJ i i ir Tr Rfr OF NEATLY EVERY u CHEAPLY DESOJIIPTION- A +AND ATTHIS Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Eiioot October 19 1902 EAST BOUND No 3 K wNo 4 IIYISundayay U PMIeII il IAMLTC inn i j QIe et 15 am- a 10 pmt0J 8 25 am 3 liI 1111 IO Chay City401l I 13 nut I Oil pun H 9 23 ttlU 4 35 imlb7 Nnt Brdge1b1 9 61 am 4 49 pal tit Torrent I 1008 nnl 6 11 pm 10 29 am- ttti 11 pat fIIIICkIlOIlIUI 11 26 am 0 15 pm 11 SO am WEST BOUND No1 II oIl N 3Dully ex = 2 STATIONS I = Daily cx- Sunday II1131I ArrjI I IllArr10 10 am 0II j IIJncklollI 0 o 05 pm patS1 I I 1 pwSIIUi1 7 1 pmiIii n 2S nil itUIJIduJtIIlIliil 2 5 11111jj = == 1 O K BRANCH IKASsT HOUND Nnm I 11 11 No 21 Dally lX1 fi STATIONS rU111111tx tllltlnI i IIWnt11n 8ljInII 0 1103 I 1 1IlI 1011 6 11 20 4I 17 1I1lIhllr1l111I 11 M t10 1155 1tl1IIIIIIIJlIIIII135 10 l 12 22 J5 IS 12 28 A 15 22iIIttrllltIIjrlI 12 15 PM A ltnl12 PM Ann VKST norvn No 31 X 22 Daily suntinyA ex =I STATIONS RllnilyI ex 9 15 H 1IIIIklOIlI 2 51 1 10 I t 2 30 S 2S 111 11ilhurat111 153 S 15 11111111111411113 1 52 i Bi t 28 7 2tj 221tllIttIIIInj2 1 22 7 till 27 ellI27 1 05 lllIlIlIclAMLVK I I PMLVBI NOB 3 Dud 4 niako close connection for Cnnnrl City tune points on Ohio anil Ken funky Hallway Division daily except Sun tiny NIPS 1 anti 2 connect nt ItK Junction with Lhcsiiptiike anil Ohio lor Mt Sterling pointsNo nt 11111 I tIll0 June tion with L A A for Heattyvilfe daily ex cept SundayJ MalingerCI1 i Tne Hazel Greeo DilaUa Gas Go I IIXCOUlOLIED Is now ready to do liusincs Homo ollicc Hai1 tram 1 Ky More than 7500 acres of most desirable lands jfflT A difinito amount of tho npfrtforAll stock full paid and nonnssusB1 nbloKor prosidtultJohntaryt Win llCnrd GA iJ w l m REDUCED RATES TO THE GREAT SOUTHWEST On the lir t and third Tue dlays oft Ich iitDiitli special liiiiiir okcrHr find colonUt rates nrtMlIVetivc from St1 Ioilfi nt111rj1rtnnHHlMl inl Texas via the fr on5ltH1 tripkitsGET YOURNOrBIr1tn3Envnlopel ljisate Unlfl urlllllct nt ltJUAlloiUC T Icmnn 111TlD11 TItltiL11U1tT111 GIf tobualuesahouselhtnnelnl byeachexpenses tfrom headquarter Motley ndvnncie expenses Manager 310 Cnxton JJr fChlcngo I a u v111J11 r t1a ya tEp a II to t 1t t JI t tr5t 5ttl 5tS l tt U fI 11bo baSn SOWI wr tat of rit Tn All to CIU nn thi t of Ilesat athlI l hlIII I Htnt 1 vis0U 1 Ell tpr 1 m1 alt ii t 1Iare nroif Tunit nut V fort her Wlll1 1- iI V- Ial r ri 11 If t- igI a 11 sickanti I pot Trill lhtwin 0- Ken Illlll lilt t I 5J IC The 13c61g1 kS 1 7 t 7 7 I- T1i 14 I i I i 1 41Ii t a ItIJ t T 1f f IiI Ii IiS tt t Jt 1 I 1 I 1 tt- yl Disfigured Skin Wasted muscles and decaying bonos Whnt havoc I Hcmfula let alone IIi capable of all that and more It Is commonly market by bunches In Uio neck Inllnnunntlons In tho eyes dys pepsin cntnrrli anti general ihlilllty It Is always radically and permanently cured bOiHoods Sarsaparilla crup1tlonsI whether young or old rlCllh hUeuullh 1 iIllIlrrhlltllll 11111 uulr catliKMio to tako with IfiKxlt snipultlaI THE HERALD 0 JIioWilson of Noola was in town this wook A lillloebildofI John Hrewor on iStillwatur died on Sunday Chester Wyntt of Cannol City wits at the Day Houso this week TA Garretl of Clayton was at tho Day Houao this week Virgil Atkinson of Stanton at tondcd com nwnCll1lln t this wook Long John Allen and Jim Rosa of Leo City worn hero this wok qllirkTlmlItmJD both for 12 months fur only 1100 Frank Kash sad wife of Jack son are guests of Nth Cisco sad wife Hazel Groon has been lilledI this wOk with tho beauty of tho moun tains Missus Kate und Margaret Sowoll of Jackson aro visiting Miss Car rir 111111To =Curo a Gold in Ono Day Take Laxative Bronco Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the numey if it fails to euro E W Groves signature is on each box 2f c S E Vaughn Chostor White and John Hays of Canoy wore hero this Wool Curtis Bolin and Green Haddix of Jackson wore among visitors hero this week E r Noblo of Jackson was in attendance nt tho commencement hero this week Dr W G Lodchnrt sad T II Helton of Gluey wore registered at tho Day Houso this week lFloyd Dayof Winchester is visiting his brother J11 Day and other relatives and friends Luther Day Heeeh llargis and Erb Hall of Jackson were regis tered at tile Day Ilouse this wuok Misses Mary and Carrie Hrenne mnn of Valeria former students attended commencement exorcises Visa Lulu Iieratt and daughter Miss Valentino of West Liberty are guests of J nines 11 Cecil and wifo BE CURED of rhuunmlism To1 illl nil its lameness wiles and pains take Hoods Sarsaparilla You must be miro to GET HOODS Woedon Garrott of Clay City formerly with the 1II Day storo hero was among tho visitors this week JG Trimble of Altt Sterling is visiting his daughter Mrs JJ TI Day and other relatives and friends MTHI Mollie Dyer has tho thanks of thIltitmi nod his hotter seven eighths fur a nice lot of pickled bonus Honry Cuoil was token suddenly sink at 1twrre 1111 Monday night and wan not uhlo to attend his store Tuesday Wallace Caraway Gooil Henry Tom Daniel nnd Miss Goorgio Thomas of Wist Liberty took in commencement One loner SUbicribwl to tho Konlncky Exhibit Association Raid now will ho worth two Intor in tho ynnroIf you aro gotng to give give at onco CASTORIAForJ L The Kind You Have Always fought I Boars trio- Signature of t Judgo Blair of Wnsl Liberty was horn this reek to seo tho on tortnininonti nnd take lioino his two charming daughters Miss Katherine Sowoll of Jack ROUInnd Miss Ollio Swungo of Stilwator paid rUG HKUAID a pleasant call Inst Mondny Monroe Gcvodon Dudley Mar ker Willio and Hoe Lnstormnn and Willie Carter aro tho guests of I J T Govodon and fife MyrtleVimiteaker pnidlmcommoncomont week That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you IT you used Dr Kings Now Lifo 1flU Thousand of suflererH have proved their matchless merit for Sick nUll Nervous Hendnclns They innbo pure blond nnd build up uroneybackRist Alock OundilT llruco CundifV Arthur Snowdon Green Maddox and C 1E0 Bowling of Jackson wore at tho Day House this work Time Messrs OBrynn of Paris one of whom was with us lust year awhilo anda Mr Sprat of Slmrpshurg art nt 8wnllto Spring C D Swim a famous poultry raiser of Frenchburg and his laugh tor MissI Corn woro pleas nut gtiftstH of friends i town dur ing the wk NOTICK All claims against till estntpof Mrs Vaseline Linden de ceased must bo properly proven and presented to me on or before July 11 HKWor they will ho barred Jl CKHAU LINDKV Administratori W C Taylor a prominent mer chant of Fronchburg accompanied by his wifo and two little children worn registered at the Day House tho first of tho week Mrs Lou Oaror Charley Carter and Will Waldeck of Bonny is visiting Dr llarlan Stamporand wifo Judgo Carter and wifo woro there until Monday h Driven to Desperation Living nt nn out of the way place re mote from civilization n family in often driven to desperation it ea p of accidentt resulting in Hums Cuts Wounds Il eers etc Lay in n supply of HuclclcnH ArnitM Salve Its the bout on earth Lfle For saltI by nil druggists Miss Alico Wills of this town 11111 Miss Lixio Iieratt of May town Morgan county warn two very pleasant callers at lint HKIIi I AII ollieo this week A Serious Mistake K O IVWitt Jcl e is the name of the firm who nuke tilt JCIIII lIl Witih Ilael Salve PeWitti is the Witch lliuel bVlvo that heals without leaving n sear It iis n serious mistake to use nay other DiWHtrt Witch llitxelI Salve euros blind pilesburnscises Sold by all druggists Walhuo faraway Figutl Cnstig not Hathaway Uoberts Sun Cantor Honry Mnxoy and Robert Okla of West Liberty wore registered at tho Day House this week Tho Salmagundi Club gave tho play Victim of limb Rattle to a- very largo and select audionco Inst night aftor which tho ladies of till C W Ho M gnviMi nlrnwburry sup por for the benefit of tho Cotlngu hand CIIAIKMANI Charles 1 P Weaver of Louisville has called n meeting of tho Mineral Kxhidit Cdinmiltfo of tthe Kentucky Exhibit Associn lion for Tuohday lureJ 1 W at II oclock n m ul hondquurters The oommittooi field roproMiitative Mr WoU Grider of Bowling Green is to make a report on trips to Eastern Wwtorn and Southorn Kentucky to collect jHcitnenn forth display GMTIMSEwho aro aalnlnaflcah nath by regular treat iiTholo Emulsion continue the trnctmont IIn hot weather smaller dosR- and n little oool milk with It will do nwny wIth anv objection which tTottachert to fatty pre ducui durlrm tho hoatodsoaoon Send tot free sample SCOTT ft 11OWNB CbewUli o7tls Peal 8 rMl New York Soc MIl g IooJ ell dnisgwU 4 1o d I L J IForw Sato II I bavo for sale 14 head of hogs cheapAnyI Jit to their advantage to write or call nt this ofHco or address I I G P PYEU Hazel Green Ky I I WASTKIK A TUlSTWOUTHY GIN ltllngobllll1I solid 11 lilt IIclRI MnniUtiR A ttrnlght boim lido weekly cash salary of 1800 paid by I ulCl1trsIlag Chicago 3142t Helps to Health Sonic people tnko medicine to kook them well Others npproci grocorlosOllrsliable Your patronngo apprecia ted Qivo mo n call lIiCNitv J QKOIL Ilazul Green Ky s DR FENNERS KIDNEY and Backache Itldnoysfsaddor A INO IlhoumiUsm lack CUREachoHeartnUease Ornvol Dropsy romalo Troubles Dont become dlBconrnnoil There la a cure tor you IIf 1UtoIury wrllo Ur Ionnor lit lius spout u lifn time curing lust such eiiMMiinyuurs All coiiMiltiiiloim troD Right month In boil heavy backache polo and horcntss luTiiss liiliu yi HMI rlicii tutu Isla Oilier lemeilli falloil Dr Fen nerH Klilnoy mill lliuknclm Curo cmml mo completely II WATrUS Hamlet N Y- Urltuclststlncti JiltI foKook Meek FreD 01 QT tIITUSifANCEGttrCurtlrelilarnrIenuerI Through the kindness of Joint Murphy of tho Murphy fork Limo editor and his bettor seveneighths on Tuesday morning had a Dol monico breakfast and Mr Murphy hits our thanka largely Tho main fish of tho menu Wilts select moun thin bivalves of tho variety buck Do Yon Want to Invest in Oklahoma Or Indian Territories 1 If you cannot no in perron our company will do this for you Hero in a chance for small investors llich farming lands Iin Indian Territory leased for live vciiMntlI per acre with purchasing privileges Take n few shares iin our company at 1 101 each and see them double in the next few months For particulars write 1C1 0 II- T Co Look box alIi ILexington JKy presCi Misses Lizzie and Annie Hylton and Artio Dyo of Maytown throe charming young ladies of sixteen pwoot summers paid Tine HKIIAII ollico a very pleasantuall on Tues day and their presence so olootri ied tho gentlemanly typo tdingor purnlywIIDick Mcllvain and wifo of llothwell arrived horo Sunday from Amyx Spritig in Morgan county and are now at Swango spring whore Mrs Mcllvain is drinking the water for her health which has boon quite poor for gomo tune Shot Last Friday Morton Higgma colored lad of this place was accidentallyt shut by his cousin lIClvin Jliggins on tho Joe Wilson farm above Loo City lust Friday and is in a dan gerous condition 110 was nhot with a pistol 22 caliber time bullet ontoring just bolow tho low or point of tho loft shoulder blcdo and coming out just below time heart Tho boys wore walking along n slanting rock when tho boy in tho roar who had a pistol gripped in his hand stumped bin too and fulling discharged the weapon Dr F C Hakoe of this pluco was summoned by phono anti dressed tho wound nod Dr lion Niekoll was also present Tho boy does not loam to nufler und Dr Jlakefl says if complications urine hu may recover though tho chanoofl are against him Stnrtlliio Evldoiico 181comillDiscovery for Cotmumption Coughs nud Colds to be unonimled A recent ox presl ion frbm T JJ JIcFnrlnnd Ucntor I lioIi or years stud doctored nil tho time without takingDrhottlllI wholly curedto e lqul111y cC- flClivo ht ourinc fill Lung and Throat troubles ConiUmntlon Pneumonia nUll Grip Trlnl bottlca frco regular elzcs jOe nnd 100 IISubsoribofor Tnu IlEiiAtb i I Tho Kind You Hayo Always Bought and whIch liM bees iu uso for over 3O ycnrs has borno tlto elgimtnro oC and bas been mado nndor his p sonnt snperrisloa slnco its intbnoy Allow no ono to tlocolvo you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are bufe Exiioriinonts that trlflo with anti oiulnngcr tho health oC IiiHmts anti Clilldrcu Exporlcuco ngnlnst Experiment What is CASTORIA o Onstoria Is u harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Koric Drops anti Soothing Syrups It Is 1Icosaiit It contains neither Opium Morphino nor other NurcotiO MibHtnnec Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms timid allays Feverishness It cures DIarrluua and AVItul Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Ih vets giving healthy mill natural sloop Tito Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho Signature of m The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years onE eiNTAUN COMPANY VT MUHNAV TMIKT HEW YOtIII CITY I I t J f rYS ill 1tr AavAl rkS l 1h 1 3 ti1F1 I THIS SPACE f 4 r I H1 Ions 10 s HFPIERATTsCO f DICALKKS INYF I1I I1- lGeneral Meroftandlse HAKL iilltiKN KY n 1 i I Who carry a larger stock nnd soil i goods cheaper than any other firm i I Iin town 111111I thlrt suction Give them a trial sad MIVO money 1 N It1 Jt t C PRINTING SNEW YORK WOULD Thrteo n 1Veelt 1 cdltlou- o Tho Most Wlclolv Road Novspcvpoi ift Amoiica n hns deihountrntcd thnt tho TIMh WooL World stand ntono hi ltd clues Other papers hnvo imiUittul its form but none Iw success This IB 110 OAUHO it tolls nil tho rows nil tho time and tolls it iDipnrtliilly whether that news be political or otherwise It Is In filet almost n dnllv nt tho prlco of n weekly nllll you cnnnot Aflbrd to bo without it llcpubllcnn and Democrat nliko can rend tho Thrlcu a week World with nb solulo confidence In iu truth In nddltion to news It publishes first clnw bcriul stories and other features suited to the homo anti fireside Tho Tbrlco n Wcck WorM rcgiilnr itibscrlptton price Is only 100 per year and this pays for 16C punort 50papeiV t Wo Imvo just rocoivod 20000 Notohoads 0000 Envelopes 10000 LottorliondH tto nut will print thorn to order at a very hits prico for tho cnsh J FARMERS AND TRADERS BANK OAMPTON KVf r COniOnA TIm G W HAWHY S 9 CoMiitf lrcfldontiSliOARD 6P DlKEOTOJl Ir It lllKUR GitnluitcCrtnhr 1 N VAUOIIV IoyIcodichfl oO1 Diiuiiiiir 8 S COMIIB J It S1uUlm Jn 01V JJAMRVt Statement of first forty days buhtpeN IIESOIJlOEii1- TonIR nail 1iscaunty5810 ia 6d Fnrnltnro mid Fixttir ifJj lfiI3 51 First Nat Bank Account llir X111 tQ111110I1110hCaah 9JHa 8 LIABILITIES t OQFDeposit191S pJtp O it Id J HEHlltLDifr I n f 1lLr G iI f l lf1I t 1ftT l tr n 0 I 3 tvSw s 01 ii1T 1C J Iz Ur n w ty I I I I I I r II1 I 1 1 4 I r at s t a TI i t I r ri t i tI 4 t 5 1 f tli tlI I Il 0 i tli i tlI I 1f a t r 1 THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER Publisher HAZEL GREENt i i i KY rr the Faith That- MovesMountains By CHARLES EUGENE HANKS Copyright 1MB by Itelly Slerj uU CoJ U ore your churches to me WHAT cried passionatel Sis ter Cecelia from childhood I have heard these tales of love and penitence until I know them nil by heart I used to find comfort in them but that was before I knew what real sorrow was She was a slight young girl nut above 10 with clear delicate features and olive complexion an abundance of hair that swept back from a full fore head like the waves of a clouded sea She seemed little more than a child and yet the light that shone in her large dark eyes spoke of passion and grief and a womans woes My dear child replied the Sister you do not understand th1 teachings of the church It is not of earthly love the Gospels speak hut of that spiritual Jove that passeth all understanding Not nf tint love the Saviour died that nil men might understand and be tavcd I know T know cried the girl lint it is not of Heaven am thinking hut of him Pierre the artist who has gone anti left me no word of Ilerre whom I love better than life Pierre for whom 3 have 1given up all even the church The Sister crossed herself devoutly lint the girl continued passionately It is months sine 1 have entered the church doors When Pierre conic into my life everything else was swept out of it I knew uo other world hilt tie one he made forme I never ques Honed his sincerity I never doubted his love I was a child and he made me n woman And now he Is gone and 1 am crue atone alone I The tufiU was tot of our world said the Sister with some fhow of severity and you do wrong to think of Lira I cannot help It I try to think of him as being cruel and wicked to hate him for what lie has made me miter lut I cnnnot do it Night mind tiny 1 hear only his voice Oh something must have happened to him or he would come hack to me Such faith deserves to be reward dsold the Sister moved by the girls sincerity you may be right Let UtiI SJCH FAITH U8IUVKS TO UK UK1 WAUDKD nut dwpiilr Uut Miould ho newer re turn there is One who never forsake who is ewer ready to comfort and bless Tomorrow morning the Easter hells will ring to recall the segue of Ills death and resurrection So may wcall triumph user sorrow and the grave if we will but trust in Him The words rand manner of the Sister stirred the girl strangely Looking into the tranquil eycaof tthe holy worn mi the felt a wave of pence throughout her whole being The nlllh died out of her cheeks the sub Bled in her throat and going to Sister Cecelia she put her anus about her saying quletly I know what you say is true even though I rebel against the teaching of the church They who are of it not you sweet Sister but the others the neighbors even my mother hove been co haulm and cruel have sold such Utter things of me that I could not believe In the religion they professed Ihit I felt I must tell my sorrow to some one or I should die And so I come to you who mire always gentle and kind VCYomm did right Marie and 1 will do 8111 con to help you Jhlthe tears the Utter tears that love has wrung from confiding hearts nut who shall say that unselfish devotion and sacrifice In the manner of love shall find harsh judgment In the eyes of Him who taught us love IB time greatest of nil the virtues the very soul of life The Sisters words were like n prayer r and benediction mind Marie went away leeJhifi greatly comforted She hur ried through the districts that led to fcer mother shop and climbing the tarrow stairway that led to her own little mote tell on her beta before R 1J the Madonna praying earnestly for for giveness and guidance That night as she slept tho room seemed to be slowly filled with a soft rudJnncc and the Madonna coming down from the wall stood at her side with hands outstretched above her while xlie repeated softly Thbr IIs no death time now era may In faith we hide our routs away Vhll tempests desolate the earth And valient watt the promised blrih I IThe houthwlnd chants there UI no death and Winter IIH u breath Against hla fallliiK walls 1 set The anowdrop and the violet I Olnd prophets of the life to bel A kindred spark abides In thee That like the wlndno tether nowa And yet Is comrade to the rose The earth thy mother Is her breast Thy comfort shield and llnuJ rest There sheltered from the storms thoull bide The coming of thy Faster tide It ups morning when Marie awoke and the air was third with the chimes of many hells The dream was still vivid in her mind and involuntarily she glanced at the wall where the pic ture of the Madonna hung It was in its place but she could not escape the thought that the scene which was so vivid in her mind hnd really been en acted The hour for morning r- Ile was approaching and she felt it sudden desire to sit once more with time congregation Iin the holy silence to join in the responses and to hear the music of the familiar songs For months she had not entered the church doors limit her talk with Sister Cecelia and the vision of the Madonna land decided her to try once more the con solation of religion When Murir came out upon the street that bright ulster morning she found Sister Cecelia already nt the door- I came for you said the Sister simplyI ready Sister Cecelia replied Marie with equal simplicity 1 hud such n beautiful dream hist night anti I think ves I know J had already de dtllcJtt To go to church I Yes It must have been n good dream Indeed It was n message from tie Madonna She told me that which made me un dcrttntul They were walking rapidly toward the church As they were about to turn a corner of th street that led up to the edifice a hearty voice evict out Marie Why do you run away front 1II1t anti turning they saw Pierre hur rying to overtake theta Pierre Pierre murmured thpI girl prle and trembling Pierre that Will lien Bradford that is Dont be frightened at the change little sweetheart A sombrero n corduroy jacket and the privilege of knocking man down without the fear of lowing to apologize for sailing under II inks colors suits me better than playing the role of an artist lint the praise was worth the trouble a thousand times over Give me your lands little girl and say that you forgive me Marie would have thrown herself into the arras of her lower but Sister Cecelia Interposed Tell me she raid before you lead this poor child into deeper trouble how eon 3011 be so bold n ml heartless You acknowledge to having won her affections under a false name you left her for weeks to the scorn of leer associates weeping her heart nut for love of you and then come back expecting her to believe you honestAll In time good Sister You see T had a plainsmans dread of htIIg Iloved for my few tulles square of past tire and the entile that kept the grass trimmed rather than for myself So 1 became a pour artist and went seeking a wife II believed 1 limed found her in Marie but there was one more test how far would her trust in me go I went away lint not so far that I could not keep trackof what was gniny cm here She hns proved herself an angel It wrung my heart to see her sorrow but for every moment of anguish 1 have caused her she shall have n thousand glad runes What do you say little girl am I to bo forgiven- I 1- have newer doubted you ns the good Sister here will tell you Hisides you know itt Is Easter morning Dont you hear the hells over there ringing out the proclamation I am the resur rection and the lift and whosoever be llevet h on me though he Avere dead yet shall he live again I believed In you and here you are She gave him her hands For a mo ment they stood looking into each others eyes Then with the Sister walking with bowed head before there they entered the door of the church No CrushI hear said HI Tragerdy that while you were playing in one of the western towns a fire broke out in the theaterYes replied Low Comedy and there might have been n horrible Paulo but for ono thing What was that There werent enough people IU the audience to create unePhila delphia Press The Main QuroUon DnIkota for divorces spend a million dol mars a year In that state Well did yon ever hear that the wanted their money b ekCklwtge RcccnVHerald l I LESSON IN AMERICAN HISTORY IN PUZZLE I 1 FICIITIMi AT T1IK UIOflDY A X IK AY IIIJI tNIA- Platt irn Hancock The battyof Spottsylvaniu will live in history if for no other reason tlmn because of the terrible hand to humid conflict at the Bloody Angle lie confederates had constructed fortifications whirl at otic point turned at nu angle of 90 degrees This point marked the center of the confederate lilies rind was surprised and captured by lets Hancocks corps on May I12 istll Leo immediately hurried troops to the scene to re take the lnpt redwords and till federals wore driven back over them 1hen began a conflict lasting for hours between two armies 1 lying upon ilthor side of this fortified position So close wore they that the turn of either side rand raise aloe tIll breastworks and fire Iinto the fares of the enemy No struggle of modern history compares with it After JO hours of constant lighting Ion Lee withdrew his troops and loft the federals in possession of the position PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL Ofiicinl Washington does not take kindly to the automobile and very few persons in the t xeouiive or diplomatic setvice lire Sera in vehicles other than carriages The president is too fund of horses ewer to take up the erne He huts always shown n preference for sur reys timid seldom drives tint of town In iiuy other kind of vehicle Lord Russell of Killowon used to re lute this story 1 remember n Cruse In which a very Innocent remark of my own elicitedthe fact of n previous con viction A prisoner addressing the be11nlfIhearing sums of his observations I multi What did you say What was your last sentence Six months my lord ho replied It wets Lord Russell who in reply to the question What Iis the extreme penalty for bigamy uttered this classic Two mothers illlawTho best dressed menu In Now York are the Wall stroiters There is ono young member of the storkt exchange who Iis famous for his tint lies He huts n wardrobe in his private ollloo and changes his suit three times n tiny nt 10 at noon nail at 1 oclock A busy Cession on tho floor will wreck any suit Most of the brokers wear an old office coat in the shuttle and turmoil and than Is surely nu active member but has an extra pair of trousers to put on niter the lose of business Scores of little tailors in the financial district make a good living pressing trousers rutIn cents n pair The profession of bridesmaid seems to be growing in Now York For some tmo it has been the habit nt weddings in that city to pay bridesmaids At a recent wedding there were no fewer than li bridesmaids who were all punctually paid Besides the beauti fill dresses given by tine brides father they inch received 20 fur appearing III time wedding train fliers tie young ladies who accept as much as 100 for their olllce of honor Ono girl whit Iis much sought after for her beauty tins appeared ns bridesmaid at more than 200 weddings mind has in a short time amassed quite n goodly sum besides receiving ninny costly presents- A story ones from Washington that a Chicago woman has bent using the malls in an Improper way Post mnster Oenernl 1nyno ordered that her letters be excluded front the mails whereupon the fair Chicagoan wrote asking him for a personal1 hearing so that her side of the case could be pre sented I feel sure she wrote that if 1 could get a chance to look straight Into your beautiful brown eyes you would hear my story Mr Payne by the way of n joke wrote ono blank leaf of the letter Respectfully referred to the secretary of war for udvlceVnnd sent it over to Mr Hoot The latter Immediately returned it with this In dorsement Bisk one eye Elihu Itoot1t Not Even a Comparison La Montt Yes 1 heard them dis dayLadisturbed by the rumpus No I heard my wife discharging the homeChicngoDaily A LITTLE NONSENSE ll1xno you love my sister Ca llerHlmy do you ask luxl1ecause she said shed give a dollar to know and 1 want to earn tilt money lleitere Welt Why He ObjllttI1III1 wouldnt want anyone to marry me out of pity 11tltut they say pity iis akin to love JltWIII l newer could stand for poor relations Brooklyn Life Better Term Ernie bitterly The idiot 1 If he would stop dr nk ing my people would let him call on me again Edith Does hodrink like a fish IErnitXo like a lobster Chicago Daily News A Sense of Importance Dont k u think thnt net ors are sometimes n lit tle egotistical It hut egotism answered Mr Storiiiingtou Barnes Its conscientiousness Wo want to feel that wo are giving the public its moneys worth when it comes to sec us Washington Star Young lady Customer I dont know just what 1 want Cant you ujr gest something Clerk Heres n book I think it might please you It starts out with the scene laid in En gland and CustomerOh 1 dont care how it starts How does IttIlt1 Kansas City Journal FARMING VERSUS MINING it iItat turn unit Wliput Iw Miiee Cer tain anil Itciiiunrrat Ivo Tlmn IIIUKlnK IrreloiiM Metalx According to statistics that lire supposed to bo reliable tin value of all the gold produced in tho Inlted States in the year IKil was n little over 70OODOUO and till silver output filiIthe same period was alum iI 000001 The name year the wheat orop of time country was worth 1123 000000 while I tit value of the corn hut rted was over f71 1 000000 fI presume writes A W Choevor in tIll New York Tribune more men wore employed in nthing the grain than the number that worked in the mines These figures do not shins time rela tie wage or profit each class of workers received but this we nil know that the uncertainties of min hug are fur greater than they are in raiding corn and wheat A few may have ramie our iu digging for gold but it has long been admittedj that till average income for raising farm crops is greater for each person em Played than It ever has tacit for tlmne employed in digging out tiles precious metals I have in mind a farm that once paid n liberal income to the owner in time form of fruit grain and dairy products A later owner thought he hud discovered a vein of gold silver und copper Su sure of this watt ho that with omit ors who became Interested he spent several thousand dollars in digging and blasting out rock and pumping canny the water that flowed in The final outcome was a deep hole in the ground filled with water and a large pile of broken quartz that may be worth carting a short distance for repairing roads If this were a sin gular case It might count little but its parallel may be found in hanredand thoujaruc ref iustuwca After Four Months In lied TVmmvillc Ky April 7tbMu JJMonou who hUll been ill for over eight r ssystYesi truly wonderful lamSGyears of age and for the lat eight yean 1 have suffered with atute Kidney trouble I tried all the doctors within reach and many other medicine hut got no relief ttil I used that new remedy DodtTi Kidney PilN l was confined to my bed for four months this winter and had such u pain in my side I couldnt get n good breath 1 had motif ggivenuplong After I had taken n few of Dodds Kid rev Pill I began to improve and 1 kept ou till now am you ran see I nm well I have been up and down doing my ow work for some time now pad haven t felt pain or weaknen since I praise the Lord for raw wonderful res toration to health and win always recom mend Dodds Kidney Pill Tlip Tront 5ennon Open In Vlnconxln time Ifpal scanmi for brook trout fishing ini Wiwoimn opened April ISth under most ciivantngeou condition The Season prom i fl to lie sue of the cost satisfactory in hawingbeenthUIItU mice State Fish Comnmion in the tmuins reached by the Chicago d North Western Hadway The fish sad game lava have been well enforced during the past year and thu Illt tin condition are reported to he such its to mtiicate an t dCiUIIU and good tpoM MplnphyloB In Scotch A SYctciiiiJti thus defines nietaphrse When a root wlia kens naething about ntiy Mibjett takes a subject that ruse moil kens nil tllug ahoot and explain it to an ither must roil more ignorant than hanelt that + nietaphy ics Lyre O An Inrrlluhlt Humor Tie rumor from Washington that the Four Irack News has been old to Frank Munscy lor tour million dollars i + deuced by icoige II Camels the publisher wilt lays that till FonrTraeU New will con tinue to be mihlUucd at the old stanu lroui the albanyJournalr Some arc born great some achieve greak IIIillIthemthe rest of us that it iMit what its cracks up to he anyway Brooklyn Life Many School Children Are Sickly Mother Grass Sweet Powders for Chit dren toed hv Mother Gray a nurse in Chil dren It Home New York break up Colds cure Fevrrimhness onstipatton and destry Worm All lrupgi t 25c Sample FREE Address Allen SOIm ed LeRoy New York Somehow the game that iU not worth the ramile never lacks for either players or ofiJJ dies Ptuk To Cure a Cold In One Dnr Take Laxative Hromo Quininn Tablets AH druggists refund monevif it fails to cure 25c Fortune teldom knocks at the door of the knocker Chicago Daily News 1anu sure IVoa Cure for Consumptions- awed limy life three wears ItgoMr + ltisKobbiiu Norwich S1 Feb 171900 Few faults are lout yet ninny arefouaJ Chitago Daily News The Klcan Kool Kitchen Kind w the trade mark on stoves which enable you to cook in comfort in a cool kitchen A wire man make many mends and few contiiUmtf Clmigo Daily News tHARD TO BEAR When the backaches and pins so biuily tans work cant restcantsleep tutt a3t it 5 hard tl bear Thousands of aching hacks have boen relieved and cured People art learning that backache pains comc from disordered Kidneys that Doana Kidney Pills cure every Kidney ill cure Bladder troubles urinary de- rangements Dropsy Diabetes Urights disease Bead this testimony to the merit of the greatest of Kidney specifics L W Wnlls Superintendent of Streets of Lebanon Kentucky living on East Main Strict In that city Nays With my nightly rest broken owing to irregularities of time kidneys suffering Intensely from severe pains in tic small of my back and through the kidneys and annoyed by painful pas ages of abnormal secretions life was anything but pleasant for me No amount of doctoring relieved this condition and for the reason that nothing seemed to give me even tem porary relief I became about dis couraged One day I noticed in the newspapers the case of a man who was afflicted as I was and was cured by the use of Donns Kidney Pills Ills words of praise for this remedy were so sincere that on the strength of his statement I went to the Hugh Murrey Drug Cos store and got a hox I found that the medicine was exactly as powerful a kidney remedy as represented I experienced quick aid testing relief Doana Kidney pills will prove a blessing to all sufferers 0 from kidney disorders who will give them a fair trial A FREE TRIAL of this great Icid ney medicine which cured Mr Walls will be mailed to any part of the United States on application Ad dress FoKterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y For tale by all druggists prict CO cents per box I I t 0 VVVVV l 1 i I 1i i i r J I I J S t m 1 u I 1s S 5i 5s t 1f t 1 t 1n I II I J I j I J t w- y N 1 I i rm it- ss d a c I r LESSON IN AMERICAN HISTORY IN PUZZLE CAsnii IMC KMV ix iltliII Ins IIAUIIOII Fl lid Gen llcntirrsaril- On September 15 lisi52 Gen P n T Hen u regard was assignedi to the romuutiiil of the confederate garrison at Charleston jj C relieving Sen J L Jembcrton Jn and out of the port of Charleston passed more run federate blockade runners than at any other southern part and the Wash Ittgtii tgovernment were making elaborate preparations to capture the place though the campaign did nut begin until April i tsiiJ when Duponts Miuadrim of the federal ravy was repulsed by the confederate forts A combined laud and naval attack was begun on tiny 10 and from that timi until the Will was virtually user there raged about the beleaguered city al iu st nu incessant battle It finally fell before Shermans advancing army and tree occupied by federal troops on Ifwhrnary 1S ISGi u INFANCY OF WILD THINGS renntjlvnnlii 0 lid OIIII II TrlN Aliiiu- lllcnr Cuba unit lln Docn Cutri of tier Kit wit 10 Hear cubs are tiny creatures at birth often no longer than rats Maid nn observant hemlockbelt wjiudsmcn according to the New York Sun A friend of taint had 1iH11whwhich he had thoughtlessly was less than four inches long It was perfectlyI formed but soon r ifrI tikcn from their mothers Pubs grow very fast in union and when they appear in the spring with their mothers they are as big as half jjjrown lambs I know many an old hunter who not only wjll nut kill site bears that have cubs but will take every mca ure 10 protect them This is from nn prompting of humanity however Jt is timply with tin eye out for the main ohanco In the future when those cubs hone grown to boars fat anti in tine fur A motherless hear cub is poor property anti n bear mother nurs jilt her young bof no use either as meat or for fur But her rubs in n year will be worth from 10 to I15 apiece scud she will herself be worth more than that by the time slit is ready to hula ujI the next winter 9t is not an uncommon thing for n boar to have four cubs at n birth I hove heard of IIat a birth Three are ccmmon two more common hilt one may be counted on as being the most common The Instance of five hear cubs at a birth I cant vouch for from per tonal knowledge although I sea the old bear anti the man who killed her had the cuts which lie declared were allwith her when he shut her The man was known as a person of vc rarity but I have my own ideas bout a man who could find it in his liein to kill n bear that had five helpless little cubs at her tide Hut that uoesnt make him out a liar I have personal knowledge lie ertheless of n hear thnt hilt eight cubs with her wJien I came across i s her in the woods and shut was car II fag for them all with motherly ten I rilloft trninstywho hind exhibited theta This bear with eight cubs was t such nn extraordinary and unheard i eaptnretime t When the old hear sow me she with drew with a great show of fierce ness to the refuge of a fallen tree top hustling the cubs along in ad Vance of her While reconnoitering to see how it might be possible for me to carryout my designsl on the hear fairly I stumbled over n dead hear onlyI n few rods front where the other ono qualfers had her cubs What Allied her T do ntt know plllnt1tloDr I family Slit had four cub of her- o+rn and having come across the orphanedeubs whlning on the lend bodyof their mother slit had adopt ed them and was rearing them with her own 1 made no further effort to capture that hear fondly and the live she bear undoubtedly dined on the carcas of time lend mother of her foster tabs It iisTitrlous about fawns and their mother A fawn when first born is for some hours unable tr stand The tint tines not remain be side it limit pates slowly around at a considerable distance Kvcry little while she hires a tre mulous low bleating tall At the sound the fawn lifts its keel and tries to struggle to its fret Should the dot scent danger such as the approach of stone one in the woods slit runs away in a straight Iline but lagginglyI and haltingly as though slit were badly1 hurt When slit iis satisfied that she has turned the envmy fur enough away slit rites three great flying leaps whieii quickly take her out of sight and she returns speedily to her helpless youngIt she iis not disturbed slit keeps up till pacing about and the bleating until she sees the fawn able tt rise and kelp its feet Then site prances daintily away In n straight lint choosing always the easiest thoroughfare As the goes she calls faintly slopping every few yards to lookover her shoulder to see that the fawn Is following She conduct the little one to a hiding place and oIhtlln and dots hilt tier fawn from sight although one may be almost upon It as absolutely as the hen pheasant clucks her brood into concealment lit a sign of danger tMfdil liifiirnititlon lien is II familiar one When the hoots become water soaked fill them with onts or barley so they will not shrink in drying When very thirsty anti only a small amount urwater in at hand drink it with a spoon 01 a canteen It will do as much good 8s when taken in large niotithsful Moil putrid water in charcoal before drinking Indians purify all waters by plunging hot irons and rocks into them When an Indian is cold he builds a small tire nnd huddles over it II wJiito man lnilils a hugI tire imd cannot get near IP When you wish to roll up your shIrt sleeves do nut turn the cults Indf out but turn them inward or under and they will remain tucked up without being touched When yot wont to climb a tree unite the feet with n dampened owl or raveled rope so that their distance apart shall he about two thirds the diameter of the trunk X Y Press She tne n SurprJur Name tills child said the snuihern bishop who was baptising u small actap tf poor white humanity Onyx OnyxV Onyx t How in this world did you evtr hit upon the minio of OuyxV asked1 the clergyman after the octet Why beca IJ Itlir ealte so onyx peeled iJrawlw tc parent in ah D IIIIiy Tribune r c w NEWEST MILLINERY IDEAS Storac of the Mtinpcn In Until That tee Jiut Now KIIMiiK thfKcnt InlDe Knncjr Among the ninny lint Hhnpes In vogue none have time brine turned up at the hark says the Millinery Trade Kcvlcw If the brim li wide behind It is turned down oVer the nape of the nook but ninny =amid perhaps the- ninjorltyare rut oft very shert nt the buck whore they will often bo trimmed with n fall of lace u icni ant feather or drooping sprays of flowers It Is generally considered that n more youthful appearance U attained when such additions are omitted a large kijnt of hair flllnj Iin the vacant spaco perfectly How ever this Is merely a matter of per sonal appreciation milliners lirA rather prune to favor hunts trimmed at the baeK perhaps because they show oT better in the hand 1Ints turned up at tier side frequently have this portion of the brim wider others that jut forward or that turn down or up over till trot have the brim much wider in front Most of lln newest toques are large with the t lIhlill effect oxaggor ated in front midI at the side andI n decided slope at the hark Many are made with till Iit eau hardly be called a crown on a level with the upper edge of the brim Others con structed out of n runnel or heart shaped plateau are rolled up high at Ihrllllt aid at the sides iUp sides these there Is a varietyof fun ciful stripes thit are dubbed hid if ferently1 toques or small hintso Among these mny be noted snore new Iouiv NV Incomes sonic built up of a plateau of width are caught up in three place by ribbons others withII regular plucked crown and the brine slanting upwards from it at an acute angle A natty little trieorne of the lat ter shape is mode of closelyplaited champagnecolored straw trimmed around the edge of the brim nod around the crown with three rows of green straw closely plaited1 In the indent on the left side are two nit r row pointed black corteaux tipped with green fastened by a rosette of the green braids There Is ti great fancy fur this sort of quill just now they ore culled couteaux liable her cause somewhat similar tiv those which decorate till 111of 3fephit topheles Till highly ornamental character of much of the straw provided is a trim ming in itself For a hug turban toque made of wide dark blur fancy straw braidsI overlaid with thick piping of plain Ktrrnv the only trimming is n pair of the beforementioned miiteaux diable also dark blue andl shaded Into gray and dipped with scarlet plated rather forward against the brim Some mediumsicdh hats art bulls upof two plateaux of heart shape made of wide fancy chip braids to tint illaor which hang straw balls tassels almost exactly resembling hlllloflttrt iin an inter val of two indies between turh tits sel This arrangement Iis most ef fective in such rotors 1s pale nut brown light grayblues mad blue greens further trimmed rthII large how of satlu to match put on at the hark Small hrnid end plaited anti goolTred braids made up In a variety of ways the first arranged HO that rash row of a braids hip over the other Iis very fit II It mental Tilt other may also only be sewn down at one aide when lire edging nr a plnilingqf velvet ribbon 1s sewn on Itill overlapping edge Ucd or foliagegreen plaited braid edged1 with black lace make up charming hat and toque shapes as likewise white fit lightcolored braids edged with cream tare A good dent is done by combining braids of sever rl shades Krlnr funnel Stew six large cooking applnx press through a sine and while hot add a tablespoonfulI of butter and sweeten to taste Let cool thin multi three wellbeaten eggs Hrown a cup of stale bread crumbs lightly in a large tablosponnful of butter Hut ter a mold and sprinkle the bottoiu anl sides withI the crumbs reserving enough to rover the top IhtII ilavoring of lemon or orange juleo to till apple and turn it into the mold cuter with till crumb and bake for half an hour Serve Taut or cold Washington Star KnKllnh lndlllnJr Mix1 one cupfulof mirK one cupful of mola c one cupful of chopped rais ins oil e haIt cupful of suet chopped till one tea spoon fill of snia two tCII- IIIIUII1flll of cream of tartar or live tcaspoonful of baking powder one half tciupoonf of hlrpict three cups ful of dour and a little snit Steam three hour and servo with a liquid iauce Detroit Free Press nirlry loml Stir oiic t llcspo Mfut kitted barley floiir into one small cupful cold water nit vrll and htir irto t vocupcfi boll fop Vmuterarhal milk odd onehalf ten spoonful sal boil and stir CIIlltl lIt Ily tvo ininutev Mceten with IIyr tugr or milk of buyar iootl a1t erasure o j ART IN ARCHITECTURE Y DESIGNED AND WRITTEN ESPECIALLY FOR THIS PAPER s neat hud yvell arranged eight T1U8 residence can be erected i upon n tone foundation for 2800 q The sizesI ot rooms nre as follows t Parlor 14 by 15 feet living room 15 by 10 feet diningroom It by 16 feet kitchen UY by 17s feet cham bens 14 by fly feet 14 by 14 feet toy by 12 feel and S by 0 feet den 7 by 7 feet reception hall1 It by 11t FRONT KIKVATION OK HUJliaMlOOM feet pantry 5 by ti feet bathroom by 8 feet loft 1IllrJ by IJj rlltIchambers have closets multi there art fireplaces in four rooms as shown on plans The living room lens n number of good features such as a envy window tent den book case and a sevenfoot fireplaceThe rnoni hits n sent with win dow at the back of it also a china closet and large pantry with glass doors in dish cupboard The stairway to basement and second door rear leads up from kitchen The veranda Is very large as IttX tends across the front surd side of the residence sued IIs open excepting over the front and side door entrances All rooms on first floor mcepl the MADE MILLIONS IN OLD AGE IlemnrUnbtr Cnrrrr of hr Men Who Erected tilt Klrnt IMnlp lilnu Knclory In Ihls CUM n try This city U time cradle of the plate gla s industryof the United Stolen says ii n Albany lad special to tIlt IndhinapolU Sentinel The Ural pol Uhcd plate ghus manufactured in the jyiunlry 1 in st111In use III the front win dow of n New Albany clothing store There arc two plates each about 0x14 Capt John 11 Ford who erected here the first factory in the United States for thin manufacture of polUhed plute ins and whose mime iIs n hoituchold word throughout southern Indiana is vlill living at 11 year of age nt Turen turn Pa says u recent report lie came originally from Kentucky and located at irccnville ncitr here lie was a natural burn inventor and Invented and manufactured a machine for chopping ttrasy lie moms toured to Scw Albany where he built steam huuII Ills attention wax attracted by 1 Ihtlc factory ntlcnox Mats which fos iuiiufncttiring n crude form of rough plato glass fur skyhlght He set his wlt i towork nnd kxigncd the Jlrst imuhiney for the manufacture of pollsliNl plate glass This niuchln cry was jwatlc at Xew Albany fottn dries lle nture tcd hit cousin Wash ingtonC Ie 1utnv u man of large mean and hey operated tht first plate irll i tntnufavvtnlStth141iwardIj buhe seeds but theycuuld nut njfiii 1 11IJ I kitchen open into cnch other through sliding doors and have u hard wood border three feet wide all nround the rooms All trim nn first and second floors fa of pine for painting The front stairs will also bo of pine and will be finished in white enamel Itecep tion hull parlor and living room are ilnUhed in white enamel Dlnlngroota MODICRX HOUSE JIto tinishcd In ebony All other rooms finished in a color to suit owner Plastering Iis twocoat work JCxte rior painting throecoal work Roof stained light red lKvtrrlor of houso a white color All materialI to he of a gtiod kind and all work dune in a first class manner The owner will furnish the shelf Hardware mantels and bathroom fix burrs heating and mss iUxturcs r rThe height of the IciMcment is 7 fret Y first story tyf fret and second story U feet American gloss throughout excepting in front and side doors and in large window in front chamber glowThet above the roof must be faced with n good red press brick UKOIUIK A K1NTX an to buainest policy Iud Ford sold hU interest to Oe Pauw Ford then eitab fished factories at Louisville and lcf fnllrllilIn the United States to discover that natural gas could be used as fuel for nun nufuiettr ing pturpuses He built his factory at Tnrcntum alongside a coal hlIIex pecting to iite It for fuel Ills work tarn in making suumllngy dhcovcretl gas and he was nut lung in liarnctslnf the new fuel ami making It do hilt stork In his long career of large man ufnct tiring endeavor he newer had- e strike becatue he nlvvnys puld the highest wages that could be paid in the business It is difficult for New Albany people to realize that the old man who left here without n penny borrowing money to buy his railroad ticket Is now n multimillionaire He I Iae flirted with cancer which will soon end hU career He has built at Ircen vllle Ind hiflld home one of the llne t MctJiodltit churches In the state and his other hcqtieftU within the last two years amount to 500000 r ZIrr Mtttt Hint r1thJalkJaek1itnttddIfeshYes shes set IluR her capfai him tJf1Tcss lo you really tIfsbik ilrarrafor him filullt1uowIf a t t 0tt tr JJI I11ofv n s t i J t i J ti 40 wb MNY tIIi p rot 3- L p j i A L i I J tw i- lt I I r r I h t1e 1 Y iI 1r r I V COMMENCEMENT j11 Exercises at Perrro HallAward of Diplomas Etc Notwithstanding tho Dingo of Tain a fair crowd assembled in Pearro Hall Friday night May 29th to witness tho closing exer cises of tho commercial depart monteAftor tho invocation a piano duet was pleasingly render ed by Robert Cord and Miss Emma Sleet I Mr Loroy Hoggs then spoke on tho Commercial Outlook of the Mountains His oration was a vivid presentation of tho future possibilities of Eastern Kentucky I The principal spoakor of the evening was Prof Milton Elliott udIdressElliott com buttNllho ancient error I that would makes man a crtlluroIof circumstance I frowning barriers of Kate and I compelled to submit to her inflex ible decrees According to the Professors way of viewing life Preparation is the key which un locks every gate to the city of success EIIHottscial of this department in wellji chosen words prtsentvd diplomas to tho following who had comphtldI tho course in Iook I j Shockoy1111unn W C Soluis tinnlID C MoGuiro 1 1D Barker Miss Falay Long and Myrtle John sonCertificates of graduation wore also given to Misses Ella lash and Mollio Coldiron who had finished I tho dillicttlt courso in shorthand nud bookkeeping I Saturday evening n packed house enjoyed one of the bust declamatory anti oratorical contests that has over been held at I1115I A In the declamatory contest Hubart Gambill succeeded iiu carrying olT tho medal although ho had no mono opponent in Clarence Osbon whoso rendition of Tho Ambi tious Youth was very acceptable The two orators of tho evening wore Estill Clark of Maytoun find Lawrence Clambill of Caney Their orations wore a credit to the speakers and Hazel Groin Acad only11r Clarks oration Buried lruIIHtlrO dealt with the hid don wealth of our mountains null hold the attention of the audience Jarwr ho did in n very polished and eloquent manner However the judges Cecil T Armstrong ofI Winchester Dr lKash of Salvers villo and H L Hussabarger iafter careful deliberation nwnrded the prize to Mr Clark Tho music for tho occasion was furnished by Miss Sleet and soy I l DaisyDayLelah Bowman Maltio Ciovodon and Uoulah Thomas Tho duet Beautiful Moonlight sung by prolonged On Sunday morning at Pearre Hall Cecil J Armstrong pastor of Winchestor Christian Church delivered tho Baccalaureate ser mon to the graduates Tho Bon fits of Discontent wore beautifully portrayed by this talontid orator Taking for his model the Apostle Paul who mud learned in thort1illltoshowed that to use a paradoxical phrase Paul whs tho most discon tented man the world has over known And yet groat benefits came to us from his discontent Tho sermon made a deep impres sion on his hearers At night Mr Armstrong preached again to a largo audience on Debt of Strength to 1lreaknessa master ly discourse The entertainment given by tho Primary Department Monday night Juno 1 was truly entertain ingiully five hundred people pnckod tho chapel to witness tins performance of the little ones Lack of space prevents us from giving honorable monticn to all but wo cannot pass over in silonco programAmoust Burlosquowhichbrought to bo repented to satisfy tho audi once Little Mabel Daniel in the Milkmaid Song made a- very charming milkmaid Guests from Whittiors Land and Little Lights wore vociferously ap pluudod On the whole the enter tainment was voted to bo tho moat pleasing feature of comnunce mont week Its success was duo largely= to the patient and pains taking drilling of tho children by Misses Brown and Sleet who de sorve much praise for their efficient training of the children I Three young ladies contested for 1ue81dnthings considered very close and I exciting Miss Maud Tnnlhno who declaimed Philip Barton showod marked histrionic talent her gestures voice and expression all tending to convey a vivid im pression of the dramatic art Miss Mollio Coldiron surprised her many friMids with her clear voice andi easy recital ofn very difficult piece Sir Ruperts Wife She was followed by Miss Maud Davis in 11Il Chariot Raceinw- hich the speaker held tho close attention of the audience At the conclusion of Misst Davis speech tho judges Judge Blair of West Liberty H IL Bussabarger of hazel Green and II D Clark of Ml Sterling retired for a short consultation nftr which Brv Clnrk in a happy speech avardd the medal to Miss 1aii1e who lard been selected as till lucky winner Tho medals for Mr Hubert liam hill and Mrl Estill Clarko having arrived wore also presented Wednesday morning JuneJ at 1080 a m n large audience assniu bled in Poarro Hall to bid th graduates of 11 G il Ginlsp ul ins they commenced the rnllalllll Ilf life The exercises hrgan with a song by thn churn follow il lIy prayer after which MrI Vuyn Long a graduate dolivr d a wll written oration Mis Bnlah Thomas next rend an xrclhnt essay through which then ran a progressive spirit of illdqllllt1 j ence The nddnss t th class l Iy 11 D Clark of Mt tiling on Tho True Tho Bmutiful Th Goodl WItS H strong appeal tll th Yl1illltIupon future before thorn Mr Clark sail Tho world is a great work shop in which you may workout many good true and beautiful ouIIIlIWlions What will I dund what shall 1 ho Live then for the True lIlt Beautiful and The GoodProf Cord presented diplomas to Wayne Long and Miss1 Beulah Thomas and certificates to J II Dunn and John S Cisco Medals were also awarded to the following Mary Roe McLin lri mary Nettie Wheeler Scholarship Esta Krobs Deportment and Attendance 99r V 0 Mizes watches wero won by lien foin Jones and Miss Mary Kilgore A quartotto compnsetlof Missrs1 i Sleet and Thomas and Messrs Hoggs and Patton sang a farewell sung after which tho audience was dismissed1 by H D Clark And then the curtain wits rung down on tho beautiful scouts that took place at II lL A for the year 1008 Prof Cord and his corps of able assistants deserve the highest praise for tho perfect mauler in which tho exorcises wore conducted Notice All persons indebted to the PS- II tutu of 1n B Rose Jr deceased are hereby notified to come forward and make payment of same I at once Those having claims against said estate will present tie came proporly proven by the 0th I day of July HH 1 or theywill lo- bamd Mus ROSA B 1 host Administratrix dipintobefore you buy it Lion Joffee comes in scaled air tight packages no chance for handling or dirt or things to get in- Clean Fresh and Fragrant u 1 it I LOPSAlb Homes anJ Wealth FOR ALL CAN BE FOUND ALONG THE I I SPEED WITH US T- OTEXAS KANSAS MISSOURI ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN AM Territoriesi i And points beiond THE FRISCO SYSTEM KUCI vu LOW 1CAT1CS vtt the first and tliifl lutitLtyt I iit 1IllIlh Kr deUieJ inf niu ti t A II Ml KRAV Urn Aeent 407 Walnut Street CINCINNATI +SIBC 1903+ Itt Blue Grass Nurseries t Fruit mid Ornamental Trnv Snipe fines Small Fruits As l + lara II liluiliiirb and everything i- lr tor Onlianl Latin1 and arden r Strawberry and lioncral tnta i Ilu uis lilt relaltI- lltIe I r phne T lr NIFI Hillenmeyer Sons ii- I UIXJTuN KVI o I KodolDyspepsia I Digests what you cat This pryi jurat tun contains all of the digiStanis and digists all kinds of food It gives itistisnt rclitf and never falls to cure It allows you to vat all tho food you want The most sensitive stomachs can take It Py its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured Utter everything else felled It is unuquulled for allstomach troubles It cant help but do you good Propaml only l y J1IIJ + in C Co riiUaco Tlio 1 IxjUli1 contains UnuhtlifW size t KiWi fi siCf Banii 111CIllT1ltI R1 N H IllIrnIlI lrljllIt It ID IHiI ciiCIhitrc co fags lp rapllal MOO 000 OO e Surplus i i KOOOOOO v iiaiiilftoniK 1kpult or Sllitll1Is T This batik solicits the iu i ount ufe iiuroliiiuis runners traders and tus v- v inoss moil KoiuTrtHv tlirotiLInnit liibt crn Kontuekv end otters its custom J v ors every ntclllty and the most liberal i terms within the limits of legitimate V banking lootJlv v 9 N NN+ + N i N i llti rOFFrr 1rNEI i6i VLI E5 off the branches retards the growth of the hedge but ifitis LOPPING it must be cut out by the roots The same applies to disease Dont simply cure the symptomsget at the root ofthe disease itself then you need never fear of its appearing Again to torment and distress When troubled with sour stomach indigestion or dyspepsia get at the root oj the trouble the liver ami by restoring that to perfect health and renewed activity relieve yourself of all those distressing symptoms The medicine that effectually accomplishes this is PLANTERS NUBIAN TEA It goes directly to the cause of the trouble and cures speedily and quickly for all time All druggists sell it or we send it post paid 350 a package 5 packages fI Sample and booklet free to any address Spencer Medicine Co tI Chattanooga Tenn WHE IN LEXINGTON DO NOT FAIL TO CALL ON Louis Gus Straus JlJ xIX rl Ss- I 1 JJJUV 1C1 JL O Illlf J 1T- lwy t-r an1 S ht gt1ls for Vntral Kentuck for AHVocT Itonjaiuiu cfc Co aYYO 1bJiJ JalitlS 11 CUlrct ClotJdng ro IiQlllr W carry the larks lite o- fItLE2 SLITL3 LSPiDg OrereQat- RAiN CDATS ll t tJeatl IJl 1j Iiyeg jj1 0 And all ITliMSHlNiI tiOUDS and all other thiutfor Mens wear iin Control1 Kentucky OUR PRICES THE LOWEST OUR GOODS THE BEST OUR STOCK THE LARGEST hte SATISFACTOW GUARANT- EEDLonI S 41JILex- itte b111 11S tni Ltadini Clothiers Hatters Furnishers Fine Tailors uu u CLARK HOWARD CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS J 206208 E Main LEXINGTON KY Honest material master mechan ics and conscientious calculations are their stock in trade Hence it is that satisfaction is guaranteed Take Qwnine Tablets I i Seven Million boxes sold In past 13 months This Str lltll In JUJ Theres health and st rongth iuft bottle of pure Boer And Itxiiig ton hrew Ices purity and quality Hurley in it for food Hops for tonic And just enough alcohol tor aid digestion Ksential to the weak healthful for anybody A standard high grade beer tn surpassed for table use and medic iinal purposes The beer thatmUr ishes cheers and invigorates LEXINGTON BREWING COMPANY nn r To Cure a cow in One Day LaxatiVe iirom0 signature c8 iICures i everybox j Y e1y4s i i r1 I I J 51 T rri i fI I 1 t r I 1I 1I II II II nC II II II I 1 11Il C y f a