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I K y- t f t rIt x t I I f HE AZEL GREEN wsNRwMM REW pr IE R = EstablishocJ March 4 1885 Made Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by MaxCR llwPENOER coOPER Ownor and Editor or n Nflby World With w From All Notions Iumbrlne nt Ilk llncU SIOO A YEAR Always In Advance t THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1897 NUMBER 25 h y + ORRCPOfDEINE + totr c1 YfOLFE COUNTY Carapton Currency i Hiss Alice Smith of this vicinity is vUUSng relatives at Jackson Hon John Adams of Lexington nt tended the senatorial convention hero SaturdayJ i will trove Thursday for W ddy Kywhere he will attend Cen J tral normal university Hon R A Hurst of Jackson Hepub Hcan candidate for commonwealths nt torncy of this judicial district iis in our midst presenting his claims The Hepublicau senatorial convention t held at this place Saturday nominated I Dr D D Cox of this county for state tenator Mr Cox was placed in nomi Mtton by P II Hurst seconded by Hen j Sditell Mr Adams was placed in nomi nation by Maj W J Seitz of West j Liberty seconded by Mr Cisco of the time place llIjj Seitz made the speech t of the convention His eloquent plea for Uncle Jonce Adams adds new laurels to his crown as an orator Cox will bo i defeated in November i Sept 13 SuiiLK JACK Daysboro Doings Thomas Amyx went to Hazel Green t Monday John Sebastian attended the fair at I Hazel Green r Miss Lulie Taulbee went to the fair i it Hazel Green Howard Little of Gillmore was in Dajsboro Fridayrf John E Nickel1 was in Hazel Green Monday on business j J E Brooks and wife were visiting on Stilhvatcr Sunday H 0 Lacy has gone to Campion on a little private business jr i Miss r ri 118701kumi diuuhuj mia lit Green last week attending the fair f Mrs James Nickell was visiting her brother J K Brooks one day last week Bfnton Little was taking in the fair at Hazel Green and says she was a IwlTop per Mrs James Bias anti daughter Miss i 1 t LucyMonday Henry Wills and Walter Brooks wore Tisiting J R Brooks during the Hazel Ireen fair 1 1 Grant Hanks nnd Fielding McNnbb of Slade were tho guests of your scribe one night last week ofCbambersf thehomei I JVMI awi4UU UIJU Uilj JlDb VUik Spencer8ummone to appear at t aoa Saturday as witnesses against Howard I Moore Howard came clear and BU and 1 came home after dark Capt C C Brooks and your scribe here at the onBeaverofthosefor Wed Wo then pulled out for the Ha mil weekJwhadnot seen for 36 years the captain1 eU for his home at olive Hill Sept 14 Ciuuim Leo City Lilacs Prank thomeetiniWillie tlurubercThulday Mr Doan representing tho loans Clo thing Co T MondayMinited io vi5LeeSundayRevWan IIMr of White Oak Ircoch jlest week laterestiug sermon hero one night Quite attendSledlast aIeodRobert Mt11agthetest10 F- S t l gLErAM 2iFen rcip C S Faivna U Dr Nickel of Hazel Green was cTll cd on Friday last te sro Mrs Ellen Wil son who still continues very sick if Mrs Dr Carroll and her two interesting little boys Lonnie and Marvin nro i Visiting her fathers family at Campion Misses Montie Fallen and Loula Moore of this place visited the family of A H II Kash Saturday and Sunday and report a pleasant time Rev C K French of Stanton visited our place from Friday until Monday and while here preached some interest ing sermons to largo congregations and all expressed themselves as highly pleased Sept 14 lTIIIXI Lane Lilies Capt James A Sewell went to Camp ton on business tho latter part of last weekRevs Stamper and Taylor preached to a large gathering at the lose bend SundayOur young friend Taylor P Sewoll who is staying in tho Campton postoflice was here Sunday shaking hands with his many friends Sept 14 GOLD Has Toliver Topics Newt Morton of Campton was visit ing iu these parts Sunday O W McXabb has just returned from a short stay in Mt Sterling Henry Sample of Mt Sterling passed lI here Monday homo from the fair B F Boling IJ L Honaker and Jacl Landrum have gone to Pike county trad ing The newspaper man of Campton wasI mixing with our people at the picnic Saturday DisWitt Sewoll was up in this neigh borhood taking in the fair anti prospect fug at large Tames Elkins has just returned fromI White Oak where he has been in the interest of his future career Rev Mr Clay passed through here en route to the quarterly meeting at Union and was tho guest of Joe Pieratt S C Vaughn tho potographer and J II Clarke another of tho same grit were at the picnic doing some good work John Tolsonof Campton was talking up tho election somewhat He says ho thinks womans suffrage will be about by the time of his election and we think so too Married on Thursday at tho homo of tho bride Andrew Couch to Miss Fran ces Havens May their lives he long and prosperous and may their paths bestrewn i with flowers Sept 14 SIIIXEH MORGAN COUNTY Maytown Missiles Mrs Henry Neff is on the sick list this week T J Ilichio left Ibis morning for Floyd county W W flanker iis very sick Dr GOT cdon is with him today Dr K E May of Mooreficld was in town last week and took in tho Hazel Green fair r Miss Bessie Hord left for Cincinnati Sunday morning to attend school and be ts aimf u u n with her sister Mrs Wm C Fernholtz 1 Wo will miss littln lassie very much from Sunday school i Bro David May left town this morn ing with 215U hogs for tho bluegrass and where they can water Mr and Mrs Wiley Manker and tbeirI little daughter Lula Belle of West Lib erty left for their homo this morning Mrs W P Sample and daughter Miss losie of this place and Mr nnd Mrs J B Cecil of Ezel left Monday morning for Mt Sterling to visit the family or- Eo B May and take in the conference The Maytown Mill Co commenced grinding wheat just at 4 oclock yester day evening the machinery working liko a charm and turning out as nice flour as any one would want Mr Spencer is master of his trade The funeral service of Elsberry Old field at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs n Oldfield was attended by a very large and attentive audience the lowest estimate being 1000 persons If all did not got dinner it was their fault Sept 14 1Vla n tltay Consolation Chat What a blessed little rain we had Tncsday Alono Quirk of Toliver passed thro here Tuesday Quite n number from this side attend ed the fair last week Corn cutting has begun in seine parts of this neighborhood Little Nannie Alice Motley is visiting her grandparents this week IWnter has been very scarce for thoI past week or two in this section Miss Stella Hose was visiting and friends in this section last week Asa Goodwin of Ezel was the guest of Ed F Cecil and family during the fair Ilev Dr Gcvcdon preached nt thisi place on last Sabbath to a very attentive crowd Kov 11 D Adams has been teaching a singing school at the Caskcy school house with n good attendance Elds H D Adams anti W H Do Husk are holding n series of meetings nt tho Caskcy school house this week lOur school resumed its regular work after n two weeks vacation for institute rued fair The attendance is extra good and the school is still on the upward plan Sept M NTM n i Jambs Jangles Times nro dull now in this section The sick people in this section nro nil out of danger nnd no new cases Fodder pulling molasses making and base ball are tho order of the day Quito a number seem to have business this week at Squiro Testermans court S S Oldfield had the misfortune n few days ago to get his nnklo badly sprained while playing base ball Considerable preparations are being made for the annual meeting to bo held at the Toms Branch school house on Friday night The singing school that has been conducted at the Caskey school houeebyI t I rN dl1H D Adams will close WdnC night On that night the class will move up to rims Gillaspie school house Wm H DoHusk and H D Adams will hold n few nights meeting nt the Consolation church after which they go to Licking Union in Bath and Cogs well in llowan to hold n meeting Sept 14 TIOIW QQLD AND SILVER The Parity Between tho Motals This much abused phrase of maintaining the parity is mere juggling with words The original proposition was that the parity between the coins of the two metals should bo maintained This was easily changed into maintaining the parity of the tivo metals themselves It is of course very ridiculous to talk about maintaining tho parity between tho dif ferent United States coined dollars for nil tho powers of tho gold standard men of both hemispheres have already been exhausted iu vain efforts for eighteen years to create n disparity between tho gold and silver dollars of this country The silver dollar has been boycotted by the United States treasury till tho New York clearing house but tho government stamp upon it and the statute making it a legal tender fur all debts transmutes it into gold to all intents and purposes Indeed the silver dollar iviyi at a premi um in New York city during the fiery ordeal to which all kinds of mot y wa subjected in UJ There has never been any obligation on the part of the Initcd States either expressedor implied to make sixteen ounces of silver bullion of equal valu with one ounce of gold bullion If in its good pleasure this government should unlims itcd coinage of silver it would be no concern of the government if gold dollars should be more highly esteemed by some than silver dollars any more than iit would if the gold coinage of certain year- should IIrensoll of scarcity or other wise bo deemed bsomo worth a premi um The money of the country would be all tho same in tho payment of debts and taxes There is no law to prevent any citizen from preferring gold to sit vcr or greenbacks to gold or silver t o either It is our opinion that denim might bo entertained for gold in preference to silver would bo temporary because it would have no basis on which to rust Silver dollars would an now bo equivalent to gold dollars nt hone Forces as resistless as the tides of tho sea would very speedily establish and maintain abroad time absolute parity be tween our coins of the two metals As to our foreign commerce being injured no Jorcign peoples buy anything from ui that they do not want They will buy no less deter we have returned to our own monetary system of tho past Wo can always buy anything in foreign countries for which we will pay tho price and whatever is money in this country will produce whatever iis needed for meeting balances Abroad- If time money lenders of ufo worMIer silt in their efforts to forco tho gold stan dard upon this country they may prove more than they desire to If half tho metallic basis for our paper caa bo dis pensed with many will argue that Co whole can be dispcnwjd with If tho people of this country are forced to choose between the small paper circula I r r tion that can bo sustained on the narrow basis of gold or n larger and sufficient circulation of paper based upon the constitutional powcrof tho government to issue legal tender notes nt Its own pleasure it is entirely possible that they may choose tho latter But no such nl tentative will bo presented A victory for independent bimetallism Is near lit hand It will bring with it no influx of silver from other countries On tho contrary we shall continue to export from forty to fifty millions of silver every year across tho Atlantic as we do now Time silver coins of Europe are worth three per cent more on tho dollar whoro they now nro than they would be in the melting pots nt our mints at tutu ratio of 10 to 1 and therefore they will not come to this country for coinage Time silver plate nnd ornaments and Idols in tie old world are worth moro than their weight iu sliver dollars and they will not como here for coinage There Is no silver bullion on sale in the entire east ern hemisphere With free silver coinnge the only ml dition made to our stunk of money would only bo the addition necessary to meet tho incronso in the population and bush ness of the country From ISiS to 1S93 a period of fifteen years there was added in silver to our volume of money in round numbers six hundred millions of dollars an increase of forty millions n year and wo have tho testimony of tho lion Thomas Brackett Reed given dur ing the discussions of time lust campaign that never was a country in a condition of greater or more solid prosperity than dnring those fifteen years President Ben jamin Harrison in his message of Decem her 1891 testified that tho great upward tendency of trade with which tho country was then being blessed was duo to tho increased purchases of silver under tho Shermnn art 4000000 of ounces every month and not to tho McKinley tnrill law These mire facts and facts are stub born things Ill restore tho good times so glowingly described by Hoed and Harrison wo must restore tho causes which according to Mr Harrison produce thorn While forty millions a year of sliver money vnn being issued from our mints did nnybmly over hefts about any trouble in maintaining tho parity between tho coins of the two metals antisnever was Every nation makes its own cotes No other nation can fix tho value themcan canenot bo changed by legislation It iis false Sliver bullion was worth its value in coin because it was convertible into coin during nil our history as a nation up to 1873 Now it is worth loss than 45 per cent of its weight in coin because tlm money lenders of the world corrupted abetshued tho coinage of legal tender silver money Silver bullion now sells nt 00 cents an ounce instead of 129 solely because of this corrupt legislation Such hUll been tho effect of legislation upon the laws of trade Now let that legisla othan bo lifted from time law of trade lotrit nlono What stability can there bo in tho value of money if tho suppression of silver is to bo permanent 1 What is there to prevent the incrmso of tho weight of the gold coin Y A law to de clare that H twenty dullar gold pica should only be received for ten dollars mud that a ten dollar gold piece should only bo received for five would bo pre cisely analogous to tho law demonetizing silver by which tho amount of our money was cut down just ouo half Give us parity in legislation fixing tho value of money between differing periods nnd the parity between tho metals will tako care of itself Cincinnati Enquirer A Care tor Bilious Colic IlESOuncn ScrQvcn county GnI havo been subject to attacks of bilious colic for several years Chamberlains Colic Cholera nod Diarrhoea Remedy Is the only sure relief It acts like R charm Ono dose of it gives relief when all other remedies fallG D SIIAKI Fer smletby J T Day KYY Now ts Sea t1Me fo SY fl1r Tary rf HAjt txnealyla year ye adpae iIJI41Y +w pi+ t sti- rx t- if F e ill f yi5j4 i oifrliI IfliI i i F i THE HEHAlrD II IWMCER OOOPEI Editor v w HAZEL GREEN KY r t THURSDAY Sept 10 1897 ANNOUNCEMENTS s For Magistrate 11o are authorized to announce W 11 HLANKKNSJUI nil u candWute for ilBRis trate in the First fH isteriall District sub jed ouly to the voice of the people at the November elcetlou 1897 I For Surveyor of Morgan County We ore authorised to amiounc 101 IS S IIALSEY ns a candidate for County Stir veyor of Morgan county subject to the tic- cis oa of the voters ut the V uvcmbcr 1897 election DEMOCRATIC TICKET g For Clerk of Court of Appeals SAM J ACKKLFOIU4f off Davless For Circuit Judge n H UKIMVIXH of Ureathltt For Commonwealth Attorney A IMtYUDof Wolfe For State Senator nith UltilrlctIA ID llOIJBUTd of Owfcley r For lloprwwntailvw A n IlKUArr of Morgan t For County Judge GTCKXTKIt For County Attorney A IISTAMIKUI For Clniuk Clerk JlrFor VACANT Count Clerk h siusTirpp For Sheriff ATCOM1W Irer Jwller 1 t W COMI5S 1Mr15eeesor 0 W SAU1US lhor Cvltnly jtrlatentleut fit SJlllnl J W TAUIHISIL t For Coroner J F SAMPIIL For Serv eyor- iKlCltKISCII i Pint Miiglstorinl Dlstriot Justbo of the le tfl JOSK t NtSecond Mhtgistorlal I DMriet Juitieu of the PellclIP IL MHili Iunatable1H IItl K I fr Third MugNterlnl DUlrlet 1urtleo of the Pence IUIiSS IIOIIOX Con tublol W UOSK t aooaoto0oae 0000oda oo0toaoo ifTHOUGHTOnAPTl 4taoaoooaoooe0000 JAT Hazelton PI deputy hherills fire I Into a crowd of marching minors killing and wounding conio Hi or DO just becausei they would not disperse when called on to do 60 Tho action of thu shcritli has s tt s been denounced by everybody THI campaign has opened throughout tho state and many prominent speakers are on the stump lion J C S Black j burn began his tour at Williamstown last Monday and will speak at Mt Ster tt greyITin coolest place wo have heard o this season Is an immense cavern in the Cow mountain two unites from Gillett t Colorado An opening was entered hy some explorers who ventured in with1 Sights anti they soon found themselves iIn- n 1 largo room from the roof of which hung icicles from the size of ones finger to largo columns Water continually gripped front tho roof which added to 4 thickness of tho ice covering the floor 1 In the centra of of the cavern which ii- I is- 300x200 eet was found a lake 05x40 feet and of unknown depth the water being cold pure and clear as crystal TUB authorities of Texas are deter mined that no one shall starve within title borders of the Lone Star state J iiIY w f 0 Cannadty a lecturer started out to i i demonstrate the theory that the mint of Stan Is the paramount force of the world iud that the human body can be trade wholly subservient to the will To jaror0 hk aaeertioBi he determined to 4iaut far lO days 1tt the explratien of J It itiyt OH wtliorltle arrested him de- c ekfW riiw I iaae wd jpat klm 1r charge r 1 u r Ii n l of the sheriff who forced him to cat which Cnnnaday did under protest Ho has so far recovered as to take his meala regularly without being told DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Lion A D Roberts Nominated for Stato Senator by Acclamation The Democratic convention for the 34th senatorial district called for the purpose of nominating n candidate for the slate seriate met at the Hazel Green academy in ifazel Green Ky Oil Monday September 13 1897 The convention was called to order by v1JInnkdI temporary chairman and W T LykitiH of Morgan county secretary On motion of 0 II Pollard of Breath itt county the committees on creden bola and organization wore dispensed with There being no contesting delegations the roll of counties was called for ere dentials anti same were presented to the secretaryOn of D IX Sublett of Ma goflin comity tho temporary organiza tion was made permanent On motion of Hun G It Stvango the committee on resolutions was dispensed with and the following adopted UiisoiVlK That we the Democrat of the 3llh senatorial district reaffirm our allegiance to the tunuts of thin Duimicrutie doctrine anil do heartily unilorxc the plat fnrin adopted the Democratic utiite eon venUoti hull ut Ininkfort Kyon June 1 1SU7 2 That we pledge our undivided support to the Democratic noiiiinetw for the IlriouI ollicei to hu voted for at the November elect I a That we coiidenui till IvpnliHran adI IICIlellerI ton ol our state government for increasing the satin debt for increasing the burdens of taxation on our nl ready overtaxed curd over burdened people believing that the only rulioi for the people In their downtrodden cHuiiHtlon brought on hy Republican mU HinuHjemcnt bothstate and nntionnl iis through the success ol the Democratic pAr- t Wit cull upon all good citizens of the uommomnmltli and district to sit us In our efforts to tide thetu corrupt rings out of oM Ht I That these resolution he pnltHnhed in THK HAXKI iiticKX IlKitti and nil other Democratic papers In the district Tlio roll of counties was ihn called for iioiiiinai ions HIM Dr John A Tanl hoc placed Hon A D iiohurtc of Ows ley county in nominntioii whoso nomi nation was seconded by Elder Mclntosh of Owsley county in a graceful lull I enthusiastic speech lion O II 1nllnrd 11IInglrI fiiill llagerV iiaino from the list of can didates aw in u rousing Democratic upoecli seconded the noniiiwtioii of MrI Roberts lion D 1n Suhlett of Ma goflin county made an elcquent speech in which he moved the nnmiimtimi of Roberts by acclamation This motion was seconded ba dozen or more dele gnteouuudwas corned by a rising vote Roberts the nominee was convc11ttionI I ination in n few well chosen and pointed words On motion of O II Pollard the role lowing resolution was adopted by n rUing vote- Kojolved That we acknowledge our obli gations to Prof Win JI Cord and hereby tender him our thanks for the use of this Imllor this convention On motion the convention adjourned C 0 HANKS Chairman W 10 LYKINH Secretary Mr Dan W Scott of Pine Grove has Anyfor the country knows what a nest of humble bees amount to when stirred up and the soldierstick u grisly hear could not always stand bin ground when exposed to the lira of u well regulated bumble bee camp However Mr Scotts shaggy shepherd dog is an exception to tho general rulo of dogs Ho not only never retreats but does nntdesist until ho hAS killed every boo at home and nil that comp in range Ho kills the bees by snapping them How he does this without being stung II- II is trick of the trade which he has never confided to any one The dog seems to take a delight in the work of cxtcnnina tion Lexington Herald Circuit court begins at Cainpton next Monday Several murder cases are on the docket besides n large number of misdemeanor and civil cases If our Campion correspondents do their duty wo will be enabled to give the lists of jurors and other court news la our next hiue a a Y 14 I4 Cherries III I Are RilJeI AJoAAhAAi III HnnnnVVY lit 111 tempthnthanl n not answer They am such great bargains that youll hardly believe these goods can be boughtP for so little money so we offer usI II4 i1 4The First Bite I I threebuttoni j Mr sueI m l Now Pluck i r I t Other Bites 1111 fJIFjaref I Ie 200 mens blue Cottonade pants at He They will cost you Seat any lither store I 200 mens Linen pants at 7oc a pair and youll have to pay 150 for them for them t where else in tho world We have them in sduie beautiful patterns and theyll wash as 111IIiI a shirt and wear like iron nnmi mt Of course you know what all these goods are without further description but will theyre ill new goods tt tthat Pluck iff ttl Louis te Guy Straus ut I THE PIONEER CLOTHIERS U l mlP I Miss Ingels For Librarian Miss Margaret Ingcl of Paris Ky 118 a candidate for state librarian stibj ct the action of the Democratic caucus of the next legislature Miss Incels is too well known by the Democrats of Kentucky to need any commendation at our hands During the campaign of 1896 her voice was raised in many parts of the state in behalf of and it is not probable that the free silver Democrats of the next general assembly will forgot the jlarty service tho little lady so ably anti earnestly rendered dar ins the campaigi now that she has asked for sub = tlIItlnl recognition Miss Inguls party service has been entirely gratuitous like others of Ken tuckys famous daughters she is dower ed only with a wealth of intellect a face and form as fair and faultless as those of Diana and a character as pure as the untrodden snows that in winter mantle tilt beautiful fields of her native county Hall lady in Kentucky deserves the ollico at the hand of tho Democratic party that lady is Miss lilgeJ for Hllre- IIly not ono of them lam rendered half tho party service that site hUH and no one iis moro worthy or competent It is to be hoped that no gentleman will be so un gallant as to oppose her in the role of a candidate Morgan County Democrat Foul BInrder In Morgan John Wesley Whitely aged 17 of MagofKn county was foully murdered on the Barker branch of White Oak in Morgan county Saturday afternoon about four oclock by Frank Oullctt and Geo Ones itillelt shot him in tho lower part of the abdomen and Oncy struck him over the head with a gun Whitely died Monday noon Jndgo Oscar McKenzie took his dying statement which was in substance as follows That he was going up the brunch to his Uncle Joes when ho met his cousin a horse to the pastuie end she asked him to go back with her to turn the horse out which he did lie herd some one coming up the branch toward him cursing and met Gnllett and Oney and said Hello toys wlnU docs this mean Gillett said What are you doing on this branch Gd dng- et off of itl and then caught tho horses bridle rein and Whitcley by tho right coat sleeve ho then let go the bridle and jabbing his pistol to Whitelys abdomen fired Tho wounded man fell from his horse and was staggering to his feet when Oncy hit him on the head with a gun Tho murderers escaped to the woods and at this writing they have not been caught No cause is assigned for the dee- dLaterIt is reported that plies Nancy June Whitcley the young woman refer red to above as tho cousin of the mur dered nun was struck over the head with a gun by Xcwton Gullctt inflicting an uJInnd pnihful wound This was done after Whiteley had received his death wound Newton Gullett will doubtless bo arrested as an accomplice to tho murder Morgan County DemO- crat THE HERALDI FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING ill un n r 1 I wur I V 4PO iiii Now bimetallism taking 0 ROSEc- A DAVIStOPIACTICALo t BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS 1 HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY J i I IXE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FAUM and ROAD WAG02J 1iuse the Brat Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call anti get our print and when you need anything of the kind give uitf your order 1ntroni Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy J j RwlKrIN THE HOUSE SHORING AND IlEPAIR DEIAIITMENT Vft fliP employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty your work is respectfully solicited J FOR WATCHESGOOD I I i 350Il I BETTER ONES at 600l tNUcttv ttut I And Watch RepairingI IiOTO FRED J HEINTZ 133 E MainI LUXIXOTOX Kv i j I BankjN U W1THEIISPOON President It D HUXTEH Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generallyI throughout Eastern Kentucky and oflers its customers every facility nn the most liberaLterms within the limits 01 legitimate banking octlSly t C dlh h r1b1 i 4AGfII i tb Iq I r tflPio1ioIr IIAII fiiuix KY C tb Hardwood Finish a Specialty t i Bi T 1 f yfi fit d QP flLLISNflEELEIJi II AXEL GUEEN KY JJ- Blacksmiths and Vaonrnak Hlwing1tl1stdlf t i making tools mad ninterials lie pals stork In our line am at Cl9Inj w T WtII1t1 G W WHKELE T COLVIN VT AVITH TRIABLE BROTHS 1r oies le Groo8L6J MT 4TERIN at1 J SEITZ WITH W M KERR OP fODDERS LY 6 Hardware Agricultural kI- RON x r j 1- TI 1- p J t rm Ja Mi SuniMr GrreeIt M qudbtr lo daLbI TisitiStrad + Jtfl- ing t- Sand Mrof SUIt Job tune y It- Non eomritit Larnedt itt Qui Ibis E- eetl lsbeByat eight Ant risitil1elfrl PetCrqd Wn few ity o eka go f I JSelI I IWit fond 133 withCen ooda Mrs omr 0f- IfI fIart t- uu Corn teen t tlal- as vi nnda The anda aloe Thor reek he gr Miss reek atronx Ilans Jam nnt ends Wak knot opt N z