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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n pltjIlMHiiiiiif S AFI WMpyvi waKi j I liii iuiihiijiiip y j JLji LornwiiniJLiJ1HJlllIH 4 fIll i - Hazel Green Herald SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor 13 AIL Y Of n Nolny World With Now From All Notion EDITION KY WEDNESDAY V- - LtiinVrliiR nt III llnok PHICtrpIV CENTS AcbPY NO VOL I faamrmtwnn imiujt HAZEL GREEN WOLFE Tho following was found among our locals late yesterday evening which il- Â¬ lustrates how sad it is to be disappointed Aucjust 31th 1894 v Mil S Received your note and was suro sadly disappointed to no that you could not meet mo at the gato this eve but that is all ways my luck to get disap pointed especially hear of late You said iu your note to let you no but did not say what you wanted to no I would of waited and taken Saturday evening off had an engagement for but Miss I Saturday eve and I had to take this So I will close trusting I shall evening seo you soon I am vour devoted f rieud M M CO SEPT 5 1894 PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE Happenings on tho Streets at the Hotels in the Storos and at the Fair Grounds A DIGEST OF THE DAYS DOINGS Tho Willmore Hand is n jolly good sot All hail fellows and very well met Their uniform it looks so fine And niyl how those brass buttons shine Somo several years ago thoro was a minister who owned n saw mill and was camping in a tent However he and ono of his employees who was rathor a pro fano follow wcro talking on scripturo no morning whilo at breakfast Tho employee began to tell somothing tho Lord had said unto Mosce At that instant a rat ran across tho iloor and he pointing at the rat said The Lord said unto Moses Hell what a rati Tho Will Mooro Cornet Band was or- Â¬ ganized last January under the manage ment of N P Wamack and C C Maxey with fourteen pieces twelvo of which they have yet Its success has cost them a great deal of time to say nothing of he sped tho expense which amounts to something J II Little of Campton is on hands over 800 This is quito a luxury for at tho Fair our sister city and we congratulate tho Billy Hill of Pomeroytou was at tho directors of the Fair on sccuriug their services Fair yesterday Where are you going John Unrloycorn Im going to the Fair sir ho said Could you clear my throat with a finger length horn Come down to the Blind Tiger and off Â¬ Mrs Win Tyler is very low with fever iting the Jair V Cliftou Cope of Taulbeo was at the Fair yesterday Josh Wheeler of Flat Rock is to bo seen at tho Fair James Hanks of Campton is sight seeing at the Fair Dr T S Pryse ofJBoatty villo is over for tho Fair D M Cottle of West Liberty is vis Â¬ - 7 R Daivcss of Ezel fell in lovb at the Fair yesterday J Will Cox of Greasy is taking in the Fair F Horton of Campton was in W t Id Mcnofco Patrick of Salyersville is in town yesterday town Yesterday was Womans Day at the John ToIbod of Campton was in town Fair and strictly so at that But tho woman that attracted tho most attention yesterday did not wear the finest dress She was A J Nickell of Black Water was at not a thing of beauty either But if you the Fair yesterday could have seen her nimble fingers mov of Lee City was iug glibly over the strings of a banjo acDr Jonathan Carroll companied by a sweet contralto voice lat the Fair yesterday you would have said that she was a joy Will Byrd deputy U S marshal was forever She picked and played and lat the Fair yesterday sung and sung and picked and played Volnoy Nickell of Ezel helped to and then with a sweet and condescend swell tho crowd yesterday ing smile she drank a glass of hard cider Ike Combs of Stillwater was in town to the health of her admirers and bade them adieu yesterday and took in the Fair Howll you swap bosses said a white J C Swango of Maytown was a pop gent about three sheets in tho wind to a ular judge at the Fair yesterday Take 1500 replied colored brother Ex Sheriff Mason Cope of Jackson is the black man Ill give you 1000 booked for a good time this week Well boss Iso purty hard up and bein Why you Whats the matter with the Daily as its you Ill take 750 1000 fool I offered you Sho is all right you bet durned Herald difference wid If you want the finest Beef Mutton or Well boss I splits tho you black son of a Go to h you Pork buy from H F Pieratt Co gun and off thoy rode Messrs Frank Stamper and Pat Howo Young ladies take tho Heralds ad Â¬ of Campton were in town yesterday vice and dont wear your fine dresses to Mrs J F Lockhart and little daught- the Fair ground A variety of circumer of Ezel were at tho Fair yesterday stances go against the white lawn and Try a glass of Taylor Johnsons milk besides you will look quite as attractive and far more sensible in our eye to wear 4t shake its out of sight a dress of dark color Wo have tried it Hon E B May a prominent RepubIt wont pay to dress up too fine at the lican of Maytown was in town yesterÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Polfroy of Stillwater was visitor to tho Fair yesterday t W - s J P Hanoy of Yocum visitor at the Fair this week Ky is a f 4 Abijah Evorsolc of Jackson is among the young visitors to tho Fair Miss Belle Oldtiold was tho guest of Miss FanuioDoBusk yesterday Lacy and wife of Leo City are Frank J H StSunpor of Lexington was a visiting the Fair visitor at tho Fair on Tuesday and Big Enoch Nickoll stands high at tho fail to got a glass of milk shako was conspicuous by the presenco of Fair this wcok six feet at loast Dont Deputy Mar a Brcckinridgo button at Taylor Johnsons W C Taulbeo of Turkey Hollow is woro a button hole bo shall Byrd also in town with his head aud tail up W H Lawson of Majf town registered quet representing tho silver haired and at the Day House yesterday S H Rose of Stillwater was among Theso littlo silver tongued statesman and Courtney Combs of Camp- Â¬ tokens show how tho winds blow in tho tho visitors at tho Fair yesterday Harry ton are in town for the week Seventh W W McGuiro camo in from tho Kentucky rivor country last night Cecil of Ezel was among the James Tho following letter received yester visitors at the Fair yesterday day explains itself Robert Cummins Jr of Clay City Lexington Ky Sept 1 1894 an old Hazel Green boy is in town Congletou of Camp- Â¬ Frank and Jack Mr SrENCER Cooper Hazel Green ton aro registered at tho Day House Richard Lykius and wife of Whita I acknowledge Ky My Dear Friend of complimentary ticket to Oak aro tho guests of H O Swango J O Ellison with Patton Bros of tho receipt your Fair and regret my inability to bo Catlettsburg is on the Fair Grounds Hon Jo Kendall will address tho pco Please accept my thanks present regards plo at the Fair on Thursday at 1 p m James Osbom of Freuchburg is ono With my kindest Yours truly among the young visitors to the Fair B N Spradling of Campton is mak Â¬ Gus Straus ing a full scholar at tho Fair this week Mrs Sallio Gwin and son of Jackson Tho Herald takes plcasuro in refer are expected here today to take in tho Son of Boatty Mrs R H Whcclor ing all thoso seeking legal advico to our Fair young friend Rollin A Kash Police villo aro stopping with Mrs Rildn Day James T Bush of Mt Sterling is up Judgo of Hazel Green and Secretary of W W Means of Rothwell is stopping for a weeks visit and will take in tho the Fair Association who will take tho with J W Cravens aud taking in the Fair strictest pains to render satisfaction Fair A Policemen tako care that you stop His law office is over H F Pieratts Jesso Horton and Brack Johnson of the profane Hwearing in tho rear of the CoV store Give him a call- Montgomery aro stopping with Mrs F Amphitheatre Some of tho young bloods of our town N Day Fair J Green Trimble of Mt Sterling ar paraded themselves in great shapo yes Dude Smith ono of Louisvilles outer day rived mst night Ho is with his daugh terday Ono of them ran against aunt prising drummers is registered at tho Secretary Kash says that thcro was Messrs Jas Dennis Jas K Nickell more fino stock entered yesterday than ter Mrs J T Day Caroline Swango and knocked her down Day Houso and Sam Rice of Ezel were at the Fair on any other corresponding day in tho poCircuit Court Clerk J F Vansant of tho steps of tho am phi theatre The A young man lying prostrato at tho yesterday when That one Campton came over last night to take in lice ought to halter such fellows history of the Association lost his guu with they see them and lock them in a stable foot of the sign post Sec J T Gevedon if you want any Â¬ statement is sufficient to knock out all the rest of the Fair four loads in it in regular jackass fashion thing in tho piano organ or sewing ma Â¬ the soreheads iu and about Hazel Green Willie Spurlock and Rowland Minix F R Logan of Lexington registered who have tried to discourage this highly chine line President IT F Pieratt was at his post at tho Day House last night Ho will of Salycrsvillo aro enjoying flic sights commendable enterprise John Spaniard Nickell the venerable of duty yesterday despite his lameness remain for a week and talking to tho girls courteous gentleman was in hunter and Nothing has equaled his nervo since Old The union meeting given out to be Miss Lethe Roberts of Campton is G B Hanoy of Grassy Creek has a town yesterday Jackson rode before his soldiers with a held at Ezel has been changed to Isaac among our beautiful young lady visitors shattered arm and threatened to shoot walker trotter aud running horso to Deputy Sheriff Mason Ingram of Mor Murphys school house on Grassy Re Sho U at the Day House in Septho first man who refused to oboy orders exhibit at tho Fair Thursday gan county was circulating among his member the date 5th Sunday Elder J T Pieratt will preach at tho Verily the ago of iron wills has not tember All ministers of the Gospel and Take your meals at Mrs Rilda DayV friends yesterday Laurel school house in this county next passed all others are cordially invited whoro you can also got your Millinery John Combs and Tom Daniels two Sunday at 10 a m and 3 p in and buy tho freshest and nicest fruits One of tho most prominent horsemen our next County Taylor Centers blooming youths of Ezel are gallanting T Govcdon and his better half of iu Morgan county was heard to say that J Charles Buchanan practical boot and Judge was at the Fair yesterday The the girls at the Fair West Liberty accompanied by their lit- unless the racing was carrid on on hono- - shoo maker Barber shop iu connection independent republican who thinks he Hazzard Downing of Menefee was at l 4t can beat him will learn when its too late tle daughtor are sightseeing at the Fair rablo principles ho would cease to pat- near Herald office the Fair yesterday and was a popular that Centers is the same hummer he was Busk feed stable with ronize tho Fair and withdraw his horses Call at tho De Master Carl Mizc tho dead gamo sport judge for all entries in days of old your horso and have him well cared for Lets havo fair play boys in any and aud swell of the mountains is gallanting everything 4t WC Catron of Poraeroyton and a Watch these columns closely and spend during the Fair the girls in handsome stylo and drinking prosperous merchant of that section was your money with those who advertise The Misses Hattio Colo and Minnio hard cider galore Bring you watches and jewelry to one at the Fair yesterday That is the way to encourage home enter- Â¬ door east of Jno M Rosos Htore for J Downing and John Downing all of If tho race horses would raiBO a littlo West Liberty arrived for the Fair yes- less Buford Pieratt and wife of Ezel are prise and if people would only make that M Havens to repair He guarantees 4t dust and the horso racers a littlo terday The two former aro characters with tho family of W T Swango and a rule times would soon be bettor Joo Arnett of Salycrsvillo is seeing in tho West Liberty Dramatic club to less h 11 it would give bettor satisfa taking in the Fair are tion to tho visiting public Policemen the rules and regulations of tho sights and taking in tho Fair Ho exhibit at this place tomorrow night watch man of the Association say that no betting has the fastest horso that was over on our Floyd Carr the pioneer W O Shanklin of Mt Storling who W R Metcalfe representing tho the mountains and tho pusher of Blurts grambling or games of chanco will be al track has been a frequent visitor of Hazel Mayfiold Woolen Mills of Mayfiold Ky Seo to it that lowed on tho grounds pen is smiling on his frionds Row Isaac Murphy of Grassy Creek will bo at tho Day House during the Green died Monday of consumption Ho this is enforced was joking with his friends yesterday Fair with a lino of Casimore and Jeans was buried by tho Masonic order Capt W P Sample of Maytown and Weekly Herald and M E James both IIo speaks iu tho highest terms of tho W T Swango a popular scribo of the Dr J F Lockhart dentist is located pants Merchants aro requested to call had tho misfortuno to lose a fino hog Fair was on tho grounds yesterday in the rear of tho brick building on the 4t and oxamino his lino each by over heat Next year hogs corner of Main and Broodway Call out Tho Hatcher Creek base ball club of Miss Tannic Combs a beautiful and Jolly John Pieratt tho Jocular Jock visit- should be shown the first thing in the Powell county defeated tho Clay City him and havo your teeth examined fascinating young lady of Ezel is oy is at his old stand His stable needs morning nine Saturday September 1st Score no recomendation from us to tho trav Â¬ ing her sister Mrs F McGuire Miss Anna Bolle Combs of Campto Asa B Pieratt Domocrat was disap 21 to 0 eling public If you want your horso is visiting her sister Mrs H F Pieratt Misses Alice Richardson and Emma She will probably bo listed Boon among beautiful young ladies of pointed yesterday by not hearing the Taulbeo tried twenty three cases and buggy well cared for call on him Judge Carr two big guns of democracy fired off Come boarders at tho Academy Home at Campton yesterday and took in tho Ezel were at tho Fair yesterday Taylor Centers Democratic candidalo the back Thursday Asa and you can hear races too That is somewhat of a iccord for County Judgo said to Judgo Carson Misses Minnio Downing and Hattio Dr Mattox of Lee City was at his them isnt it Ho always candidate How aro Cole two of West Libertys most be Â¬ tho Republican accustomed place yesterday Sam Henry Wilson a most courteous Lot mo introduce you witching and captivating daughters aro R C Thompson who has been away you ex Judgo a good thing when he sees it knows gentleman and a popular candidate for on business for two months in Breathitt to tho next Judge visiting tho Misses Kash of our town For apples pears bananas grapes and Sheriff was on the grounds yesterday Knott and Perry counties is expected Ralph Zovy representing tho Mer Â¬ Sam A Brown Democratic candidato fancy candies call on A P Clark at the shaking hands with his many friends home today 2t for sherifiof Magollin county was at tho chants Job Lot House Cincinnati is still Fair Grounds Granny land my yeller melt if I aint Misses Ulia Bcatty Pattio Mahauaud Fair grounds yesterday lie oxpocts to at the Day Houso andjwill bq pleased to Morton chiof of police at Stan- right here said uncle John Duncil of John Mrs Blakey of Bcattyville aro visiting roll up a good majority in Novomber show his lino of clothing to the mer r of Ike Combs of Stillwater ton and brothcr-hi-IaTho Fair could ill afford to Mrs chants They will remain Success to him F McGuire our county is up for a weeks visit and do without Crowners wit and fun over tho week Tho many frionds of Mis Sabina George Lylo Jr and Wife and chil Â¬ will take In the Fair Coldiron of Indian Creek was Frank meal call dren and Miss Lillio Newkirk all of Tuulboe who is sick at her grandfather Jf you want a good square K A Childers of Maytown a most at the Fair yesterday Uncle Frank Fresh moats Estill county are tho guests of Mrs will bo glad to learn that she is tuuok on us at the Fairgrounds excellent horseman was looking through says there were over 100 people at tho Hub Nannie Kash They will roma during belter and iu a fair way to an early re- Â¬ hot coffee Qlc the stables yesterday and was much Pniifodorntn rminirm at Freuchburir v covery jATiiQK the Fair l 4t I Hill pleased as to the outlook Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w I JL I A it WWTE3 IJ1LU wunwiuimijij trweaaeww wn ii mum ilJ ffHffRPHBftiWSgglBW WLWBIftC SPENDER COOPER EOltor THE FAIR PROGRAMME Rncoml Day Morning Best mid finest Mure MuloQolt 0 to first 1 to Ncooud Best and finest Horso Mulo Colt 0 to first I to second Best Mule lyr old and under 2 0 to first l to second Best Mule 2 jcars old and under 3 1 to second i to first Best Mulo any age 0 to 1st 4 to 2d Best Jack any age fl to 1st 4 to 2d Best Harness Stallion any age 10 to first 5 to second Best Harness Marc or Gelding any n go 10 to fust to second Best Saddle Stallion any age 10 to first 5 to second Best Brood Maro and one coU 10 to first 5 to second Best Stallion and three of his colts 10 to first 5 to second 4 itfiTiiiro fV7oWx Hii PBWTVv AMtHfl1 K30 lKX9u iimMfl KflEfli liVvTSv H9n IE 10 00 OLD PIONEER I swm READY FOR FjMr 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 15 00 15 00 15 00 15 00 15 00 1 tULUli Itm mm Stt tmKi iim yar uyr ywr Â¬ DEMOCRATIC TICKET Remember we have the lar gest stock of goods in Eastern Kentucky and when visiting the Fair dont fail to visit my store I am making special prices this week and call the attention of the buying public to the following Wt or Congress Shdrt Term Of blnrk Cduuty Hon W M BECKNER For Congress V Second JiyAfturnoon Best Saddle Marc or Gelding style and endurance considered G to first 4 to second 10 00 Ioug Term Of Fjoytl County Hon JO M KENDALL For Coilnty Judge G County Ticket T OENTKR County Attorney For A II STAMPEft For County Cldrk J B I10LL0N For Sheriff For Assessor A T COMBS Purse 100 50 to 1st 30 to 2nd 20 to 3rd Mile heats best two in tluee five to fill and three to start Trot Two years and under tluee Burse 30 15 to first 10 to second and five to third Jlulf-iiiikheats best tVo in tluee live to fill and three to start Mulo Uaoe ilirsi flj 7 to first 5 to sec ond and 3 to third Ilalf mik heats best two in three five to fill and three to start No mulo will be eligible to any race that has won first money at throe succeeding fairs at this or any other - Free Kor All Pace Plaid Cassimcres at 450 former price 700 Scotch Mixtures at 550 former price 750 Scotch Mixtures at 050 Â¬ flip All entries for forenoon of each day must be made by oclock n in and by 1 p For Jailor in for afternoon oxliibiln This rule will bo JOHN K ItOBBS strictly adhered to For Coroner Kntranee fees as fnllouwiwit i JAMES PELF It V i On purse of 2 0 On purse of 5 00 t IOO For ShorilT lnO Wo are authorized to announce SAM On purse of 10 00 200 JIENRY WILSON as a candidate for sherifl On purse of 15 00 i of Wolfe county subject only to the will of On puise of 20 00 230 tlHJrjicjtplcnt the polls in November lSSM On pnrsu f2500 325 On purse of 3000 375 No in u n knows tho propor plnco On purse of 40 00 i 500 for a Proaidontinl voto hotter than On pursy of 50 00 50 On purse of 75 00 ii50 j Grovor Clovolnnd On purse of100 00 1250 7 2600 prouishora who uro On purse of 200 00 former price 900 Cross Worsted at 500 for mer price 850 Dahui AVorsicd at 400 former price 000 Light Cassimcres at 550 former price 850 Scotch Cheviots at 700 former price 1000 A largo line of odd Coats Joints ami Vests at less than former cost - Â¬ When in Lexington call on L G STRAUS Leading Clothiers who carry a larger line of CLOTHING and sell for less money than any house in the hluegrass capital A Watch free with every purchase of 5 or over f Â¬ Â¬ d JEFF M KOSB 5 BOYS AND CHILDRENS CLOTHING at bed rock pricos J rs Vfcl- - pairs Nolly Hly Button and Laoo to close at Tfc regular prico 125 A largo lino Ladies Button Kid A fow SHOES lhl u i r ftjwti ilV TJioro tiro 1 for Honiolhhig to proach about who pass a saloon ovory tuno thoy go always puzzling thoir hnnda Iromlmnt Aunulcd TiiiMlny any age or breed M Henry Ikf t Ewe any age or bleed mhuu Best Male Jiog Stephen Bose Best Female Hog Howard Little Host Pair Pigs pigged in 1S1U Elielaiiies Host Sloop Calf under 12 months old P Sample and Must 1 Host Lamb Host lluek W T ftwiuigo to church An English symlicato has practically arranged to purehabo tholM appr and pulp mills in Wisconsin for 14000000 half of which is to ho pa id in cash Â¬ M Rose 12 Heifer Calf under It months old John Host now said that tho friends of Stephen Unso Kolb in Alabama havo abandonod Best Bull any age 0 to first t thoir intention of contesting the I II Linden and JI Linden governorship and will run him for Best Hoifer from to2yis old Ion and Stephen Boxe Congross in thoSovonth district I 1 1 It is Hollon anil NelMiu Niukell Hull Cnlf under 12 months old to second 1 reduced from 175 to 100 Ladies Glovo Grain Button ro ducod from from 150 to 100 Best Silk MitchedKid reduced from 200 to 150 Completo lino of Ladios Polkas and Polish from 50c to 100 good winter Shoes Misses Grain Pqlkas at 50c re duced from 100 Complete line of Mens Misses and Childrens- Shoes at astonish- ing how Figures I just mention a wholo stock Brogan at 100 - H I MpMEjHHS visSSm fJmzzzmB8B Â¬ gj 14x2 V n nn OLGlliljOl FllO nx 1 1 1 1 5 toy SJI 3 mm i 5 Si i Sitiiiiler AND 5aeM--MjrE- iM f TV ft fjF Tfvi t EiZt2imxtz m SAVE YOUR HOUSE STDSOM MM m MJ CHEAP SIMPLE B Ilol Jj8Mflll3 ItiV I u Wost Liberty Dramatic Company will oxhibit one of it famous dramas in four acts onti tlod Tho Midnight Mistake at Thursday niglit Soptomhor Hazel Groon Kontucky Wost Lib Tho Best Cow any age i to tirst to sueond loe ltose and WT Swango Best Pair Cattle from 1 to 2 years old T Swango Best Pair Cattle fiom to It years old Joe 1 am closing at about 50 percent of thoir original valuo Eas0 IV Ji j I RELIABLE HANDY rmicSfBt Insurance imiy cover actual loss of goods burned but it docs not pay for time and trade lost while re establishing i business JUEVHNT TLIK Fill 12 WITH A STKMPKI 5 Wo close a lino of Canton Lawns at J5c former prico 5c Challios -- Jll UohC orty Mossongor There has boon a disastrous tiro among tho vossols anchored in tho Canton river noar Hong Kong Hundreds of llowor hoats worocon and Ernie Little Huniod and 1000 nativos whoworo Troiililo tu TrniihltHiimo aboard tho vossols perished eithor During the Democratic primary 1y tiro or drowning olection in lireathitt county last The Woodford County Demo Â¬ Saturday a torriblo fight accural cratic Oonunittoo met at Versailles at a voting place on Troublosomo on August 80 and selected from its creek betwoon tho Tharps and tho Days lisof names furnished by friends soctionprominont familios of that Pad blood had existed of tho three candidates thirty six olection oilicors to serve during the betwoon tho two families for a long time Thoy tforo for oppos- Â¬ congressional primary Sept 15 ing factions in the primary and Wo dosiro to acknowledge tho whon Oliver Tharp and his son Tocoipt of a Qomplimuntary to tho Will and threo of tho Day broth Â¬ Hazol Groqn Fair which is to ho ers mot on Troublosomo on olec- Â¬ hold in that ontorprising mountain tion day a violent quarrel oiisuojl town on Sopt 4 to 7 inclusive in which tho ever ready revolver This is tho fifth annual exhibition playod a loading rolo Six shots by tho association and will wo woro tired ovory one taking effect havo no doubt oxcol tho previous Olivor Tharp was instantly killed niootings Tho ontorpriso shown Will Tharp was shot in tho side by thoso gentlemen is oommonda and is not oxpocted to live one of blo and whilo wo aro not advoca Â¬ tho Day brothers was shot through ting the organization of a Fair tho broasi and mortaBy wounded Associatiohoro wo would liko to anothor was shot through tho arm mo in ore ontorpriso among our and two bystandors woro slightly vrouc dod rWinohostor Suu Jiomo folks Irviuo Sontinol 1 Best Pair Cattle any age to lirM to seeond Joe Pose and W T Swango Fastest Trotter Horse Mare or Jelding Doctor Loekhart and W M Mav Fastest Trotter Mare or Gelding W Stacy Dock Ilieks and J 1 Bom Jr Pony Pace J II Ainett S O Brown 1 to close at leper yard former Morgan Counties price He Your choico of Prints at 5c por I JfWSPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky agent for Wolfe and i ail and soo tJio Little Wonder yard Good Lead Pencils 5c por dozen A nico Gilt Frame Mirror given to ouch purchusor of 250 worth of goods Call and givo us a look Wo want your trado and if pricos uro any objoct will havo it Those prices are for this week only and strictly for CASH Yours anxious to please 1 IScL MITC DEALER IN HARDWARE QUEENSWARE TINWAR And a Full Line of Agricultural Implements Mitchell Wagons Owensboro Wagons MoConniek Binders and blowers ANhiteieys Solid Steel IJinders and Mowers ffRoiMiirs kept in stock for McCormick Whiloloy ami Chanipion Alaelunory Grangor and Tiger JIV iko Avery and Malta Douhlo Shovel Plows 9 i T4 i i TDAY JOHN W CRAVE HAZEL GKEEX KV and doaler in lhe Best and Cheapest MANTELS AND GRATES aueensware at Cut Throat Prices The Farmers Kriond laysville Street Ml RloHinc o l istoves and Kanges on the Market OooiT Cqxsu3 avxd OcvsIsts- Trimmings of all kinds kopt in stock Furniture of all kinds ropairod Our arrangomonts aro such that wocan furnish Tombstones or Mon umonts from any kind of Marblo or Granito at tho lowest pricos North v JV- - WMTJkMS iiir KY i MT STERLING ri u it TRIMBLE BROTHERS Sffv 1 jv aie- ii flli5 i ikw2 v4mmiju Jifial U ITZ1 4i tx k ggi - fj wuiajuui jmif SSS SEfcAB ES i GREAT MEN AND BOYS ENGLISH KITCHEN egisew- m i rr i 1owqw tho sculptor uncut his youth on n fnnn Jnmcs lonroo spent his boyhood in the country John Cnlvin wna nnnpprentico nt tho coopers trade Turner the pnlntcr spent his boyhood in u bnrbcr shop Paganini began his career as nchild laborer in a factory Edward Irving the preacher spent his Regular Monls 10 u m to 8 p m -- 12 W SHORT STREET LEXINGTON KY Mouls to ordor at all hours Breakfast from 5 to 25 conts MM 0 a m Dinnor from t u iiioa uysiera ajcwluhj ttu i Stippor from 5 to 0 p m aciv auu xixau I T CHSKEY JOHN cw5 XimZAttw9 voa3PXo mi v u jJtiuivoii it ojjoLittioy i v u I TflULBE JL I Washingtons boyhood and youth were passed in the country Rousseaus boyhood was spent in tho homo of a watchmaker Rutherford R Hayes was a good scholar and r modest kindly boy George Fox was brought up in the humble homo of a weaver Schubert was educated for a school teacher but preferred music JCnut the great German metaphysician spent his youth in a saddlers1 shop lames Buchanan was a studious laborious boy not bright but diligent Molicre the French dramatist began life as an apprentice to an upholsterer Claude Lorraine tliulamlscapc paint when a boy was an apprentice ipastry cook Cardinal Mezzofanti the phenomenal linguist spent his boyhood in a carpenter shop Lincolns boyhood was spent jn the roughest and coarsest description of farm work Verdis youth was spent as the son of a peasantin the arduous duties of the farm lalcslrina began life in the home of a cook and was early trained to be a Â¬ -- DEALER IN -- i i1 A AND i t At GESERHL BURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY 5ySurgery and obstetrics specialty UHfi WITH f v CIIAKLES Kor the benefit of the ladies fo Hazel Green and vicinity I liavo opened a GENERAL 1TUNISHING GOODS STOIlti at mv rcatil ueo in Ilnecl Green and will carry ft coia- pleto Hnu of thu following articles which will ho sold at the LOWEST PRICES vIk Ladies Hats Silk ami Velvets Ladies Gloves T T ll IT It I Jln 1I1 Hat Trimming llihhoils underwear xiaaiiKcrunieis iiuiich iuiiuui uurii jjjku Woolen Dress Goods Whalo Hones UrnnxinK Paints Ginghams Liwns Ac Sill Laces black and white Whalollono Casings T Mucins White Goods Lacex LtnbroiderieN Ullvu Dress Shields Corsets Compltitc lino of Hosiery VeiliiiKs Infants Caps Drehs Trimmings Elastics etc oto Umbrellas Towels Buy Your Hats ol Mo and Got Thorn Trlnimod Froo of Charge My stock will embrace every article of Ladles wear in the latest stylo just from the city as well ns ninny other notions too numerous to mention I will also do DRESS MAKING and will oat and make dresses to suit the hard time prices Uust system of cutting by the liiiddiitoii Ctittiui Machine which was awarded first premium nt the Worlds Fair 18M fcrMlss LAlUA HAWLINGS of Covington Ky well and favora- Â¬ bly known to the ladies of this vicinity will be my assistant Your trade is respectfully solicited and satisfaction guaranteed Very rcspectfullv t ffitii till KHDiSE REED PEEBLES WIIOLKSALB Co w - Mrs V FRED DAY Dry Goods 1OiiTSMorTir X Notions o TF want to w o o 4Q4064e W444404X YOU Iarn vAI c HAZEL GREEN -- ACADEMY -- CI7 o IJJSSLON -- 180 J 95 0 TELEGRHPHY and Itceomo a X ifP--FIRS- T TERM BEGINS MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3 rninpitiiit waiter 1 tJIPPLldMU OPERATOR TELEGRAPH A complete Faculty that is in sympathy with thu educational interests of frg hnstcrn Kentucky Studies in all departments of sohopl work carried on KXIM NSKS 1Olt TWKNTY W KICKS J Grant when a boy preferred work on the farm to helping his father in the tannery Xaclaiiio SGfpl GflltU Matriculation Hoard u p Benjamin Harrison was a eloe student and had all Jfhead vantages of a liberal education James Mill was the son of a cobbler and himself for a short time worked at the bench Diocletian the Konuiu Fmperor was born in slavery and obtained his freedom by service in the army Luthers father was a miner and the AND- future reformer often earned a supper by singing in the streets Barry the painter had his interest in art soiled when on voyage with his father who was a sailor Hinia nlai Doddiidge tho theologian was brought up in an oil shop liU lather being a dealer in paints and oils Thomas Paine the American political and controversial writer passed his youth at the sUiymakors bench AND Schumann was raUed in a book store the end of his life retained a and to fondness for the business in Home Tooke was fond of staying be liked to his fathers poultry shop and intrusted with the buMHiaa exArthur was a close student and ot Ho was fond celled in scholarship athletic ports and hunting his James Madison was very fond of a acquired bookh and at an early aire liMi reputation for learning Alexander Topi when a boy spent room of much of his time in th counting who as a merchant his father LOWEST PRICES z drifted LARGEST STOCK The Spanish sculptor Alvnu stone cutting and polishnaturally from ing into executing works ol art ui on a Zacharv Taylor was broughtand soon very thrifty He farm of property in calves KO UBHBK PLACK i had astock boyhood was parsed in a Chaucers wn riMiuired to wine vault where he casks wash barrels and clean wine piano every Liszt was driven to the years his daily over liftwn hours ractic covered ten to twelve biought up in ndrow Jackson was beyond country having no educationschool the afforded by n district what was was brought Lucian the Latin pool workshop o ascu Uor and n tie irAZEIiGREEN ICY 15s himself no mean artist in that line ir iil-- whj born on a Farm helped his n when very young as a surveyor i uhor in the hitters work Bunyan was Uv his Puriwn neighbors because lie considered a wild youth common in his played at various games Â¬ J Writo LEXINGTON KY SSfJESW liilllttlfi STORE Opera iloiis J a tvi- lrni MlmltirtliiiiK to Olio nnitil iVmn minli iT Mrtntv iwmntini 1 Knroll the first day and apply youraelf ami jou ulll join with all in say- ill iiazei ureeu Acimumy is ine uest ami uueapoai sonooi in custom KiMituekv 591flarcnls ot auanliausOtavjuMiiuifhtsiM they want to ptit in a first class g irst jrradc school they should write us for purilciilnrii before arrangini to We can educate yuiiuj ineii and voimjj women for about S lc ienl cNewhere half what it would cost in the lilue kdii We ill omiarta with any of O them Send for Catalogue for partiuiilats Tuition Washing Music per lesson One half payable in advance iulltft4 till CtT itfLlinUU ttlitt Ill nl nil t llf init i ti hi ItVUfa tiV lull i eiimn 1 - mJi 00 00 to 00 I 00 35 1 10 n l iiiakh llll fl I q f Wm Si h Goim N- xrvhtcxiuit 1 - - J EJX hip III 502 iliMLB lliiHiliUit iS- S ctAK Jl -- j tSbA luck y i ate College of Kentucky Opens SEPTEMBER 10th 1894 1 V tot A now ami carefully select m -- nff Fin Stock of tin1 - LATEST STYLES and at jrices that defy competition KSConit and see us i Â¬ follows Agricultural Soionlifio Uiologicnl Civil ISnyitUMHiiiij Mo olianieal Entiiicorini Veterinary Classuial Nornml School County appointees received free ot tuition Hoard in dormitories 1125 por Kor catalogues applv to 50 to week in private families K PATTERSON Ph D Presirtont JAS Thirty Professors and Instructors Eijjlit Coiiroe of Study as LEXINGTON KY Â¬ Kespoot fully Mrs MAGGIE HOWARD YOUNG WOMEN Two CollcL c Courses in Latin Ireek Math Modern Lan iuiimw Ac leading to A II Address and H S dejjreis Thirty tiitth jear opens Sejit 12 1MI I VJ C A ASIPlllChh 1ieMdent I CALDWELL COLLEGE is only sl a yeai r 1 DANVILLE FOR KY mjiqjMwiiMiniiiiiwi wn wwnniii wwmniiPT mlTnr rmwJBwm A fi T T F li IJItr pnblNed in KenlieU MiIm IIm now all theood thills it will contain this vear MWHMMIVM and it is tick now Icdgcri to be the best local inid heciiru rtrt- fan a q n i HJSliKb k r 1 2 c w ti 4 3 Fr mmm ummuu Mt T VMUMO ACADEMY OF THE VISITATION lon YOUWG TO BOY COOOS LADIES 4Tot5JE Pllyst to 1m had for tho monoy iov shared wlicner the composer spent no small tho when a boy in ds where his father was tho court 1 riSFr Atliulrabllos Whito Sulphur Ky Thin institution WOPIEJ the SisterH the uiiiltr the direction of of Visitation H V M lb in a healthy and beautiful local ty of Tliis velionl now at the head of Colleges the wvll kuowu Ulue IruHS Hegiou for YnttiiK hadieh in Kentucky olleis tho Here the pupils enjoy lie eonifoitH or best iidvanlayes lo parent w ishlii l edil homo fur removed from the dibtrnctioiiH of eatu their daughters well a city and can consequently with greater Coinfortiible rooms ood fare and the befct facility avail theniKclveh of the advantages of teaching Prices moderate allbrdcd of a thorough euiicatiou For catalogues or information wrilo to Terms rente liable Mask Crayon am Painting extra Hmisu is heated by btcam REV C POPE Prosiclont apparatus For lurther partieularn addrehH MIIXLUSMItG KY Sisters of tho Visitation B V M M27 33EECQ33 JAY-EYE-S- EE m III went to France John Quincy plains of 1 He re with his father education the times af- coivol the best as a boy showed which was aftc aU the determination prominent a feature of la -o 01 J H forded David Livingstone VCX 1 vhcHKl whs spent in the SJ P1ERATTS V Mk J I Cask Hickory Grovo Farm liome -of JnyKytwS4Hjltiicliio 1 VIuy Aftor trying1 eery known remedy removed n lurco lltinoli 3 2 or two years Htandlng from u a year old Illly v 1th ttirco appllcutlonN of of It Ih tlio boat ore jifirnt Ion I hrro ever nsed nr hcnrdS I liturtif riioiumcml It to nil Iltrseinon We PS tX OINTMENT ami a naturally the sculptor wine fjmu liltAlii AT I doin Oanovn 2500 AND UP HAZEL GRFJOXKY DouIiIm and Singlo Uigs itnd Sud fjc luiW IIIII1M AiulFaAi bi va iT have hundreds 0 such tcsUtnonlats rvYX1 W lff I Price 81S0 per bottle AiV yourtfruitKlit for It Iflio doc nul kviaBtuilUHi1c hiuiiiir llvrfortrlWOx AV It KintY AVliltohull N Y tnP i violin t AV iidivois fur hire Parties con great Marshal JKWKIKlt MANlU Nuolin peddlers pack was dlo but viyil to any point on riitbuimblc Vui cirrv a lafi K ilain St Cuitoni Hohho Square tonus I will also attend to all calls for LEXINGTON KY wnsfond of boy Thomas Jellbrson Fred J Heintz AfTindMl In IHJ fh 165 Oj e WTKTIiRlfe ifrSffiCEi iu EiiuIiS j v 167 Race Street CINCINNATI Ttiiiitlo anoru and immto no ruicuonooring and solicit business l3yConiputttiL workinun uf this kind llospoolfully ropairing lopartiuont JOHN H P1EKATT Tho loading houau our watch GOODS mill NOTIONS to Mtiil Ordoru fiar O for FANCY DKY GOODS FIUINISIIING Ahvurys lmvo Big Drives Spounil uttontion - -- il 1 rvfl ACADEMY NOTES Mr 0 E French of Stanton will have clutrge of Bomo classes in this Academy otitis year About two hundred volumes havo been Added to tho Acndcmy Library which will now bo kept at tho Home 1 J J T Lloyd Jones of Hedges Clark Co came in Monday and is at the Academy Homo ready to begin his school work Mrs Buo M Ireland was called to Oklahoma Territory on August 124th to thd bed Bide of her daughter Mrs Sallio Neal who wns dangerously sick Mrs Kcnl taught in tho Academy two years ngo Tho Kentucky Hoard of C W B M bus recommended tho National Hoard of O W B M to add two recitation rooms to tho Academy The rooms will be quito an addition to the building and will afford ample room for all pupils MM DEALERS IN Q To tho Votors of Wolfo County Thoro will bo n spnciul election Hardware j Iron and Steel hold ut tho various plncos of voting LEXINGTON KY in Wolfo countv on Tuesday tho 6th day of November 1894 for tho olQOlion of n Roprpseiitatiyo H 7 in tho run th Congressional Die- Kmitnoky t mi tho Livery Feed and Sale Stable enncy caused by tho doath of M C Lisle said day being the ame HAZEL GREEN KY Ion which tho regular oloction for fitwl HI tiffin llns ltli Rim nml Saddle Horses Congress will take place for hire Parties convey dav of August 1MM ed to any point on reasonGEO Y DRAKE S V C able terms By C C Hanks D S DKAIKU IN miller ELECTION- - NOTICE THE BUSINESS WIRLD MINIAT UtR f X PIER ATT j i I trti j A I a Â¬ tSSSfe E Â¬ -- 1 will also attend to all enlls for auc tioneering and solicit business of this kind Respectfully Ac JOHN II PIEItATT w Traders Deposit Bank MX BARRINCER WITH STERLING KY 30000 Capital 200000 Surplus The Board of our Academy will employ two additional teachers to assist in tho school this session They aro negotiating with Mibs L Etta Rannclls of Wilming- Â¬ ton Ohio to succeed Mr J H Swaugo and Miss M Alico Smith of Boone Iowa to succcd Miss Nettie Robertson ACADEMITK Ganer Org B -- Ms fc Go J M BIOSTAKF G L President KlUIUATRtCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier Â¬ ral Successors to Carter Hros Co Importers unci Jobbers of c5J T AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KY DINGFELDER WITH generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking business done Give us a chance to hciki you a oaiiK uook pay your cheeks and loan you money when iu need Thompson Cash W We respectfully solicit the business of merchants farmers traders and business men connected with the State ASA THE Leiiil9i B6STTHB Biiess o 4 M College I tl ft Olllmnrii Gli uulng Old Granny Ely is soma hotter Willie Vest has something like flux Rev F P Wilson preached at this place Saturday and Sunday with two additions by baptism Ilov E W Mintons stable was burned on Monday about 2 p in Mysteriously rlT tr i Mraita AND mot iraix ixl GQMtHOTES PRACTICAL c Patronage of the mountain merchants is most respectfully solicited School ENDORSED by the hihest Cfoiinty nnd State ottieials bvthe leading tfisiness and nrofessional men of the eoun Pjr and by liuiidreds of pupils who are Htcccssful in Smth i caught fire by some means how knows no one Live Stock j hi Boninsaa jiortoii Importers and Jobbers of AND 541- - go lniMiiess 3 A REVELATION is made toilA pupil in Hook keeping Ranking SliomKiiuli i Old Mother Harper is yet alive this being tho 10th day since she was stricken She knows every ono and has come to her speech but has taken but little nourishment and has no uso of hor loft aide DRY GOODS NOTIONS Â¬ Nos 537 539 and Uncle D Rem us West Main Street Come in and get a shavo and a hair cut at Dr Kashs corner It -- Country i LOUISVILLE KY nrr Â¬ Phelps was a toy PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT J fl Produce stPD0NT FORGET THE PLACE - PHILLIPS WITH cannon Late in lifo ho said Tho wholo course of my lifo was determined by that cannon Cowper was a melancholy child and often would sit for many hours almost motionless gazing at the landscape be foro him Garfield was a farm bred boy and oven when very young aided his widowed mother by working at odd jobs for the neighbors Thorwaldscn tho sculptor was first taught the carpenters trade From that he went to wood carving and thenco to sculpture Franklin Pierce was early sent to school and acquired a collegiate education He had a marked taste forathlcticuud military tactics Jeremy Taylor the divine passed his curly years in a barber shop His busi Â¬ Napoleons first plaything W M KERR JOIIIIKK S IN CO Hardware Agricultural Implements IRONTON 0 JAMES HOTEL Fourth Street near Main CINCINNATI O to tho hands of any but reliable people whon you aro looking for CLOTHING Wo aro the largest address house in Contral Kentucky and C C CALHOUN Principal make a specialty of 700 and 10 106 10S 110 112 111 116 E Main St LEXINGTON KY Suits With ovory suit for Mon C3Cost to comploto any prescribed wo give a guaranteed lever move course VERY reasonable ment dust proof WATCH AND eiul Law Arithmetic Grammar Spelling and Business Corresoiideuce as taught by OlK NKW AND INTKKKSTINO plan of ACTUAL BUSINESS PRACTICE USKD only in Ont COLLEGE betore which the old theo retical copyrighted text book copying sys tem MlST go POSITIONS for its pupils are made a specialty iu this school which promises to the Commercial World the highest type of eilicient business men and women GUARANTEED to be as represented or money refunded REhARE of schools which do not do this Sund for beautiful illustrated Catalogue free For full particulars call at the college or Â¬ writing lelegraphy Ieiiinunsliip Cominer Â¬ Â¬ CHAIN free White Hall OKO WEHEUS SONS Malinger GRAVES VICTOR COX B0GSGRT CO or mmmmJ I i L jQThe patronage of Wolfe and Morgan counties solicited LEXINGTON KY S i i a 1 o 2 rif J M No 1 Custom House Block D R J F LOCKHART aassFwiST EL KY piaifaoiuni 17 jBwele F C mKmam 8 a A i s r1 3 111 a L I IA - 3 E Short Street Â¬ ness was to sweep out tho shop and wait on his father HAZEL GREEN KY LEXINGTON KY Hans Christian Anderson was brought up iu his fathers cobbler shop and heard from tho old man the stories ho afterwards wroto Houce of Eieciion The Gommhnwealth of Kentucky - Â¬ k ft KK v I it K also carry a comploto lino of old Millinory and koop in stock Sir Isaac Newton spent his boyhood on BANANAS APPLES MELONS a farm and there acquired tho marveland othor fruits ous powers of observation that afterward Patronage rospootfully solioitod inado him famous as a natural philoso Mus LOU DAY pher 1 Â¬ 4 that fell from his fathers shears When a boy William Henry Harrison allowed a strong tasto for the study of modicino but deserted it to enter tho army for tho Indian warfnro of 1711 Ascham the educational writer was tho son of a servant His first impulse toward education wns given by an acci dental sight of an educational treatise Millard Fillmore was born and raised on a farm J To said ho never sawn copy of Shakspearo a history of tho United States or a map until ho was 10 years Â¬ ecping and accounts Sachs the great German poet serib bled rhymes when a bov His father salo during tho woak once chastized him for making out a cus tomers bill in poetry Soult tho soldier spent his boyhood on a peasant farm and entering tho army as a private roso from the ranks to tho ill gradoof Fiold Marshal a Tho boy Dickens had tho oxnorionco Tho described in David Copporfiehl work was iu many important particulars a record of his own lifo Mo rat spent his boyhood in his fathers inn and his youth in a theological college Ho was destined for tho Church but preferred tho army Tho father of Ncander tho great church historian was a carter and in early boyhood tho historian often aided liis father to urivo ami load Popys always had a woakness for tho tailors trade from tho fact thai when a boy he used to gather the scraps of cloth Â¬ Â¬ Johu Adams was born on a farm and iu accordance with a custom then very general ho being the eldest son was beul oil to college Froflh Moats such as Hoof Vandyke tho painter was intended by his father for a merchant and much were taken to teach him liook Pork and Mutton kopt on hand for To run Sheriffs of the Counties of Breathitt Clark Elliott Es till Floyd Johnson Knott Lee Martin Magoffin Montgomery Morgan Menefee Pike Powell Diamonds Watches nnd Jewelry Relinblo Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prices All Goods and Work Guarantoed 00 8 lZ ma iff 1 M 3 Ifn c5 ifH 1 if I f 3 m Â¬ John C M Rose in the of Representative in Congress of tho United States from tho Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky caused by tho death of tho Hon M C Lisle fico and Wolfe Waereas n vacancy exists HAZEL GREEN KY Is the only firm in the town which han dies the jiintly celebrated of Â¬ Boots and Shoes from the wholesale house of Now A1T WOVBB HAZEL GKBBN KY LOU DAY Proprietress T C JOHNSON J H SWANQO there Tho tnblo is suppliod with tho Campton Hazel Green In Testimony Whereof I have host tho markot affords and guests JOHNSON caused these lotters to bo SWANGO mado patent and the seal will find tho comforts of homo ATTORNEYS-AT-LAA- r of tho Commonwealth to be whilo attonding tho Fair Stop at hereunto affixed Dono at Will practice iu tho Wolfe county and cir seal tho Day IIouso courts J Frankfort the 1st day of cuit abstracts Collections promptly mndo Third and of title turnished on short August iu tho year of our MRS Â¬ Brown Governor of the Commonwealth nforesuid issue this my writ of election and command that you and each of you cuuso polls to bo opened at tho several voting places in your restwetivo counties and a special election hold according to law on Tuesday tho Gth day of Novem- Â¬ ber 1894 for tho election of n Represent Â¬ ative in tho Tenth Congressional District of Kentucky to fill tho vacancy caused by tho death of M C Lislo as aforesaid said day being tho same on which the regular election for Congress will take placo And you will causo notico of said election to bo made as provided by law us follows Immediately on receipt of n writ of election or proclamation of election tho sheriff shall give notico thereof by advertisements posted at tho Court House door and tho several places of voting nnd published in some news paper printed in tho county if such bo Â¬ Â¬ Therefore I John Young P Tracy Co PORTSMOUTH OHIO CAMPTON KY PitopuiKTOR llSS m n w sU iY When von want the UEST footwear give him a call no lly W SANFORO FYVSE VARNER CO COMBS HOUSE IIKIMIKSKNTIXO J B HOLLON The patronage of the traveling public is respectfully solicited Table the best and every attention to the comfort of guests 121 A FLOYD BYRD Cnmpton Ky W lOlllI nnd 123 Second Street wliolesulo dealers in PORTSMOUTH O The trade of Eastern Kentucky is most respectfully solicited ATTORNEY-AT-LA- Abstracts of title furnished collco tious made and prompt returns guaranteed Connected with thelaw tirm of Wood it Day Mt Sterling Ky iu civil practice LOUIS STIX WIIOLKSA1E DKAIKHS IN CO Dry Goods NOTIONS Etc Uaue and Union Sts millFnery and ninety four nnd in tho one hundred and third year of the Common By hundred wealth Lord ono thousand eight notice CINCINNATI - O CD MOORE WITH CO BEN WILLIAMSON OATrETTSBUKG We carry the goods that will mit voiir trade and our juli-iare THE LOWES Special attention given to nail orders John Young Brown tho Governor John W Headley Secretary of Stato Hardware Cutlery KY Sole agency for South Rend Plows c TWn QpnRCTQHovt7iiaifoiiMn I I SHU a CO OLUilL Oivour foot wear without liirttiiud Illuot Hock without rook tamp intr scut for 25c Address T TBWIH Cauey Ky for thesa vuluablo receipts V Jrs f iT JPT- - Wb sT vj CH ku m mar ivr Y 1 n- - wwarfHu mmtmMmtnm u -52bU StSSPwA --f - W2- - jv tukt -- if it mk 4 4 M Lm riii ft Jt - 7J Llfc