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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 t IJirr tI J fOJ t- k rr 4 ti t 1j Iii13flAZ13L 4 GREEN HERALD r= = statblishedt March 4 1SS5 Made ramous in tho Story of Jonathan and lite Continent by Max ORoll c i PtwMaft f1 rUCoats admit lltur The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains iU ACKNTS IN AO nvh 4 1 YI AR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH n IStg NUMBER 40u L C rO REPO DEne WOLFS COUNTY =Swanoo Springs sayings Jliw Ktta Swango iis visiting at I Inel Green this week llrberry Swnngo visitedi on Grassy Sat irday and Sunday TrI111 FIII Owen tto Dayboro Siturday to meet her sister MM1 IX nay who arrived tit that place to take iou of her now home pot On accouitt of till protracted steeling at Hazel Green the prayer nieetiug at M place wes dismissed but will now lie continued The next service will be held tube hone of Hannan Swango on Sat day night Let every one come On lastt1hllr lay afternoon about 3 clock the death angel visited in our Biihtand claimed for its companion Miss Hinnnh Clair daughter of 1I Clair oinlfe the had been a constant suffer a for nearly three years but bore it all nth patience tumid fortitude She was liked by all who knew her and to the be raved outs we extend our heartfelt m fitby March 1st LNO Diysboro Doings JIm 1li tins went to Hazel Green giturduv JO Nickel1 visited his mothcr Sat rfiy and Sunday Boyd and James Parks went to Hazel Green one day last week GeorgcOldfields is building a fine barn i lib farm just above Daysboro- Woodson Little has been confined to lHsroom for a few days with mumps Wayne Parks has moved into his new toe on the farm of Mrs Joseph Amyx Born one day lust week to the wife of- Wlyne Parks a disfranchised Democrat itev14 L Lacy will begin a meeting 4 the church here Saturday the nth of Such Tiomas Amyx who has been sick for- K time is Colling able to go to farm tyigaiu John K Brooks was visitingi his sister Ha Kitty NickelI of Grassy Saturday cl Sunday Mrs Matilda Shockoy has oome to rate her home with her soninlaw J KSebasluin John Polfrcv of Stillwntor was visit igghis sister Mrs1 Anthony Lowe one J this week fielddemosl 1 MM 130 cash theFamperjity Sunday Mrs VisitherJ an 18 Tian this week M1iu Lulie Taulbcc who has been sick libmumps I1 totagain Co li JleodOa nCi trip returned ehe1 tars ago JB finestrdEditorusay that I said so j5ere Wns a big dance at tbo home of VTy Little on Glllnlore Saturday L k Some 18 or 20 couples were prcs Dr Jolla OreelithroliSunday morn bon his Way to see some sick folks upt river somas inAboroSuadayvIS looking so woll II aJBryanJTn of Ty erect interested the gootll1eOlJcGihmorepaoniI I m a RivinggI b the gloves XlTl D leita Jlank ragamuffin passed ayeboro one day last week andt hade one or our best friends that sot said anything about him InIII rA M C7 r- ld + A K n any of our letters from this place and we will not mention his name now either There is a woman living in a mile or two of Da boro that leas made two or buthasgoods wants l l Stamperliving ed to know that ho is going to enter the race for congress We have known How and from childhood and that he has an ambition equal to Alexander the Great who sighedi for new worlds to COllllulrI and as he lets never suiTorcd defeat itI looks now that he will he our next con gressman Last week we had the pleasure of visi iting Wet Liberty for th + lint time for a few years While there we allied on Carawayhusilyit job press to work with One feels like he had been uponMrhouse as soon as you enter his door Wo met many friends in West Liberty and can say that ware in lure with the place already We took some orders for Tin IIiittlIll and had many promises in the In lure Feb 2J CMAIUII Lacy Crook LinkB John Ycil visited his uncle lor lo c and family liiit Sunday John Hrown bought a fine calf from W TI Perkins last week Mort Cecil visited his uncle Charley Sample and family Ilast Sunday Mr Rachael Sample visited her sick relatives on ISlnckwatcr last week Frank Murphy passed up Lacy creek last Saturday on his way to Stillwater Clarence Trimble paidaural a visiti lust week and reports a good time and to cap it nilI11illie Tibbs had a hig logrolling Friday tebS CA IT JINKS1 Stlllwator Sparkles John Lewis one day last week bought a cow of Und tanks for 21 John Moore sold to 1111 Hose one cow for and bought a cow of Win Hollon lor W 15 1Rase lets changed his hoss dis tiller lliirmo Hollon iis succeeded Iby William Marker JSobertl IWwimm moved to the Trace fork Sunday front Iooneville where he has been living since last fall- Owing to the bad weather I Mi Cecil has not commenced work on the new road over which he is superintendent Jasper Steele has gone to Wisconsin with Jonathan Gilley and Will Yanetevc who will make that state their future home Miss Malva Smith who has been at Jackson and Leo City for sometime is visiting her sister Mrs Maggie Carroll of this creel Frank Creech aural family left Monday for Oklahoma Territory whore his sun now lives and thinks ho will make that his future hone We think beyond doubt Campion will get the narrow gauge railroad in n short time for Klisha Chambers says he sub scribed 25 for that purpose the other tiny Deputy Jailer J F Dunn went to Holly a few trays ago and arrested Tames Stephens for whipping his wife whom he delivered to Squire Charmbcn where he will get the benefit of the tats John Moore the man that Deputy IT S Marshal Drake arrested at the last fair and who was Under bond for his appearance in Louisville lust Tuesday charged with selling liquor Instead of going to his trial huts gone to unknown parts aid left his bondsmen to do the best they can with his case I see a notica in the Campion Manner sinned Peters stating that some ono is going to ask the county judge to re dUtrjct the county into magisterial dis trim J do not know the object of it unless it iis for the benefit of the railroad that is talked of coming to Campton If that is it I think the fiscal court ought r CW l ot rTI I Ito meet nt once nnd make an order ex empting the road from taxation for four years I think it would be just and right We have not magistratesi imough nnd they ought to be liberal enough to deal out justice to all parties alike and tint want men to do anything for half price and wait for their money a year after it iis allowed Feb S OniiA Loo City Lilacs Charley Russell the well known time her man of Clay City was in town Mon lay Morgan Wilson has rented a fat ni in Hrealhitt and will move to it next month Win Clear of this place has rented a farm of It G Rose above town and will move to it soon Cesar Linden who attending school at this place went home Saturday to see his mamma Kntliir Lykins the well kcocn tra tiers of Morgan county wero in tnwml Monday buying cattle Sylvester Norman of Iaysboro was in town one lily this week His business wits as one remarked hes gettin em up to court Miss Malvery Smith of Campton who has been visiting relatives awl1 friend AtI j thi plnci for some Iccks put left May for Stillwater to visit friends W IF Laey was in town Thurday and subscribed for the grand old HrUAlD l rnmiksruys there iis nothing like corn bread and the HAKI Gitixx HIIAII Our school gave an entertainment on Thursday night last and hind an onjuy able time The program consisted of dia logics recitations speeches songs and a debate the debate being tho principal feature of the program The subject af firmed was That the annexation of Canada to the r S would be beneficialI to the latterOn time allirmative were Geo Taulbev Kelly M1 Kosu and Willie Wheeler On the negative Prof JI W Tanlbee Asa fuse and Eli Willliams All spoke nicely and each endeavored to prove his sitof the question The judges were Henry hose Logue Wilson and Iichard Klam After duo rind inn partial consideration the honors were awarded the affirmative Feb 2Sth TITKIX Jauiptou Currency Prof Curtis Qnicksallof Hazel Green was in town tilt past week terry Pieratt and Volney Xickell of Kcl were hero Friday and Saturday on businessCol UH Kvans iis organizing n com pany to go to Cubi to tight Spain leis company will be known as the Tar Uidgo Infantry Deputy IIT S Marshal Gi W Drake returned home Saturday night from Louisville where he has been attending U S Court Tho entertainment given by tho Cicer onian Society of time 11C W A Satur lily was very delightful Mr Taylor Sewell read a paper which was filled with wit wisdom mind eloquence Martin Charles of Torrent Ky had his examining trial Saturday before Esquire W H Dull for obtaining money under false pretense from the firm of Day it McLin of Torrent He was held over to Circuit court in time stint of 250 in default of which ho was sent to jail Ho was very ably defended by the law firm of Stamper it Scwcll Friday morning about 8 oclock while the citizens of Campion were hurrying to amid fro tho report of a revolver rang out upon the morning air Tho young tho ntiddlc aged mull time old tottering upon the brink of tho grave rushed in time direction from whence the report came On arriving nt the corner of S S Combs store they ascertained that Cud M Collins of this place had just fired n 14 calibrcnt Dad Tom Smith who oleo resides here but linn been located in bloody Uroathitt for some time past A woman whom Smith had taken fruit Collins Thursday night is at the bottom of the trouble lolling has always been considered n hardworking peaceable young man but he iis dead game It is j t Wf r c t Jl tsaid that Smith lias lfigured conspicuous ly in several bloody battles in Ilrcathitt being related to hat Tom Smith who was hung at Jackson Ky n few years ago for time murder of Dr hailer Collins 11111 his examining trial Saturday before Inquire W 11 Dull for shooting at with intent to kill and was held over to Circuit court in the stun of 250 in default of which he was sent to jail lie nnuaiso fined 21 and ten days imprisonment for carrying a concealed deadly weapon Ho wits defended by Stamper Sowell whoso practice Iis growing rapidly A lIt Stam per who is always at his post of duty championed the cause of thlt Common wealth Feb 2Sth Suriii JACIC MOROAN COUNTY Consolation Clint MatI Xiekell went to aill III ore on busi ness Mad lugs arc causing great excitement in thisI vicinity IL C Long and family were visitingi 0 C Long this week J D Perkins of Yocum is visiting 0 C Lung and family James Phillips of ICnox county was in this section hunting work Miss Norma Scott was the yuect of n 1D Motley and family Sunday Mrs C C Long jU improving slowly and is able to sit up a little James Taulbee of the Wheel Kim fork of Johnson is visiting his son Iiley- Icv Harnoy Hlankenships child is III a critical condition with St1 Anthony lire Miss Suphronn Nickell was thrown from a hung but wns not seriouslyI in jured Kerry Brewer andl RevsIL1 Wheeler were the guests of W IHI lllankenship Sunday night Miss Margaret Illankeiiship mind Geo Byrd wero tho guests of i1 Oldlield MondaynightDr I was called today to see tics Nickells child and alto Hartley i s ItlunkenshipiThe friends of tlTnclc J1 S Sick ell will be sorry to hear tluit he is worse He had a hemhornigo of the lung a few Nuys ago MiK Nannie tho charming daughter of 014 Cecil has a quilt which when finished will contain iII pile If any one cum heat it lets hear from yen March I Tin IDKAKK Jambs Jatilo5t II IF Oldlield went to Jackson Oili business Mrs Hiram Haney iis very low with lung trouble Thu Drake was in the Jamb on busi ness Monday Hoon Pliipps raid Miss Lizzie Phipps were married Saturday night Wayne Smith swapped a suit of clothes to a gun and took tho gun to thin wild west Died on Fills branch infant child of J G toss burial in Holly Wilson graveyardMisses Hester nri Mary Ilishop and Lillie Havens attended church at Conso lotion Sunday James Castle arid J M Nickell arc hauling corn from here to the farm Mr Nickell recently bought on Cnney Misses Ida Oldfiold Fanny DeHunk and Mary Bell attended n quilting at Harry Littles on Gillmore Saturday night and report an enjoyable time March 1 Sruuiwnu Ezel Evolutions Eddie Wnlktr of 1aintnvlllo is visit Ing relatives in this vicinity- J T Power and W J Prater have been on n protracted visit to Salyersvillo Claude McGuiro is erecting n dwelling near his fathers where ho will soon try houlICkecllnKoJIEd Walker took dinner with W H Power and wife Saturday and feasted on fat goose Ed says goose U mighty line tfrrr4 rrC 4+ rJi and ho thinks ho will go to raising theta 1 if ho can get a certain girl in thjs couoty Carl Knuh says he is going to join tho standing army but I think he is only trying to find out if his girl loves hintfHo says if she tells him to stay Iawill obey Harlan Power and II H Walker have rented out their farm on Ulackwnter and gone to taut county to engngoiu merchandising Feb 2S TOMMIK MENIFEE COUNTY pomoroyton Paragraphs Mrs G II Wills is very low with pneumonia fever Frank Dawsoniis building anew house near here and will soon move into it Hubert Trimble and Miss Hello Triin aa- ble if will start Wednesday for Illinois Aunt Master Tutt nnd daughter Caro line hive moved to lL A ChiMer farm near Maytowu Married nt the homo of the bridoq parents nTlio Ingram to Miss Sarah Odhorn We wish tlrent a bnpjiy life Mrs D A Htflzer left Thursday lastII for Falmoulh to visit her mother who is nut MXpcotcd to live beta short thiie It Kelley nimble and 1eeeo Cot 1011 who are ntt Midlng nhool nt Campion mint Mane Saturday mid returned Mon dayHoixtr lcnii ton havo moved their grist trill to this place and are attaching a saw to it They will sown be ready for v workd i The citizens of this plnco nro going to help vote ilenifco local option Wo hope the county will get rid of tliOpoi sonous ItllfllalhelllrlllOr March I SiociM Thoron No Plano Like Uoni- oWixniixmi Kv Fob J2 Editor of Tin HKUAIK IHnelGicetr Dear SirThis being WaHhingtonrt birthday and a college holiday I write you a few lines to inform you that I an still in the quad of the living I welcome the dear obi HiutAll tft my cony little ihnmber each Friday even ing and devour its contents like n duck woulda junebngj on n pleasant summer day Winchester U one of our most boautl ful bluegrass towns The beauty ninlt grandeur of its public buildings llid beautifully paved streets thin homelike residences and many outer thing4 loo numerous to mention interest mill on chain the viitor at owe Hut mid pleasure mid unlaces whereer I roam be it ever bo humble theres no place like home With best wishes to Mrs Cooper mind Tin HiiiAU I111111 Yours truly EunAttu Oiln Christian Church MIssionary Offerings On Lords day March 0 the Christian churches throughout time United States will make their unmml oueringn for for sign mii ioiH The church at this place will make Its ollbring for both foreign missions and state iniudons on time rocond Lords tiny March 13 Dont forget time day or the olferingI To Curo a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablet t- All druggists refund mousy if it fails to w cure 25c In n recent letter received by Mrs u Eliza Swnngo of this place from hereon James JInow located at Memphis Term but at that time on business in Illinois bo said 111 got Tin HICRAIII Sunday It has lots of queer thins in It It is worth iffi a year if you arts away from homo find want the ncwaf Of nil timings ever said in compliment our paper we remember nothing tbnt isI more highly appreciated thai tide r ti n I Born to tho wife of George 1alton of tho Murphy fork Murch ln boy 4pr J 33- Nickell reports the event and ns ho didyI M not namo time youngster Bill McKinleyV Tom need or Mark Ilnrinn the inferencemitt j is that tr Dalton is n Democrat HIIfthis wok to invoice the Mock whlck Jl Ik d being done by John IX Henry ot BlackJ ri L water and lolmu Evans of tlslplal eiYttiutlfs 7 Jim viisted by H C Qulcksnll and Frin kliII ij I Murphy li f I T T BE REIALtr r 1 rn cQn t BlitirF f r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY March a 1 80S i Timouoit the courtesy of JeiT M nose the retiring county assctsor wo are able this week to lay before our renders n fcport of his work for the year 1S07 and we commend it to the careful con sideration of our farmer readers there btipg Dinny things iin iR which ere food tboughly I Nc of new JllllillJIIII 7V3f- iNi of Geldings mores and coltr lMa No of mules197N-o to of jacks v SuNo of thoroughbred or tandnrdtr bulls tt No of cattle of common grade 2lS 1 No of sheep Ul7l 1S1NoNo of children in cchowl ngc 2790 No of tons of hay raised Mil Noof bushels of corn raised 111111 hNoNo of acres of wheat raised 58l No of acres of corn IliHa No of acres of meadow 1000 No or births 70n No of deaths 711 No of marriaacs Ss Total isesned value of prop crty f Il4731l I Amount of exemption loi07l Amount of taxable property MU647 From this report it will he seen that ire have less than 3000 head of cattle they of common grade and when we consider that this iis now and will maybe to continue to he practically our only source of ro von no for years to come it should be have the edict tlf impressing our farmers with its importance Instead of LS Tcommoness than 3ilOO of good grade beef cat In tit at least lint we cannot have cattle without we have grass nor can wo have grass until the farmers gravy their lands 1 Too little attention iis paid to this branch of of our farming interest and until it icceivcs proper consideration wo cannot hope to prosper as we should lIuteInofI it In doubtful if we dccrvo to We have the soil and if properly seeded wo could soon have the grass One of the best ways to grass our mountain lands is by owing Canadian peas and in the long run It is thu most economical Like our rd clover the Canadian pen makes good grazing during the first crop and theII second crop properly urtd makes sweet nutritious hay Its dense shade and the shatters combine also to make a lir tII chits fertilizer and as it will grow on the poorest land it would coon enrich our worn out Ifields The seed pea costs libout per busheland for the best results at teats two bushels should be used to the acre With this feeding of pj18 prats sedof any kind can be sown nUll tho foliage of the pen will protect the young grass from the MIUH rays so that when tho pea crop iis harvested In the tall a good sot of grass is time result Now as to tlin kind of grays that must bo left to the judgment of the farmer That best adapted to tho soil and best to sod is tho best for grazing purposes though there abundant need of more hay Just thinkof a county with 77 ftjo acres of land surd only 1 II10 acres of meadow Wo ought to lie ashamed of our slqthfulncs Gras your lands funnel sad make your money on cattle Good cattle always bring good money and while the laids are being grassed fo grazing purposes it would bo well to introduce the best short horn blood into 1 your herds and thus improve the beef 1 quality of the cattle With nil strains yet tried the short horn is superior iiu 1 this respect end time nearer wo can ap 1 proach the purity of that breed by crossing with our native cows tho higher will bo the price of the product Half hurt horn and half mountain boomer also makes a good trade milk cow andI j iie a farmer tints has everything to gainI t and nettling to lose he cau have no ex CUM to delaya consummation so de voi tly to be willed Thiukf thenA l things friend and begin now to increase I r the acreage of your grating land andI the iaprtvement of your cattle Look about you tad tee the farmers who hueI made a business of grassing their lands and raisins cattle and you will findI them the mOlt prosperous among our I people An object lesson so plain can beI learned by anyone audit yeu will but yreeanlate their example you too will beI tlawed among the more pro p rout r- x f 1- 4A it- t 9ci t1 1 J OUR Campton contemporary a short timo ago had the following complimentary notice of one of our esteemed fellow countymcn and as wo can most heartily endorse all it says about Mr Rose woI reproduce it- fecently wo heir Mr Joe Rose Of Lacy ttel l spobeh of AS A prob able candidate for the legislature from this district The time is dis tant when such hopes may be renl ized but coming events cast their shadows before Mr Ruse is a model gentleman in every particular positionBeinglook to the interest of that class A man of noble impulses and Christian character the interests of our people could be intrusted to his care without a fear the j Tin invcsthstlhun Maine disas tcr closed at Havana Saturday nod the naval commi Mon removed its sittings to KQV West where it iis now iu session Whatever its finding nothing has yet I been made public but enough Iis known warrant the assertion that the blowing I of the Maine was duo to Spanish treachery and this view is daily strength ened by the attitude of both Spain and the United States Eight of our battle are near Havana and Spain has ordered three torpedo harts and three torpedo boat destroyers to thr scene Allof our coast defences are being over and strengthened the navy yards Ire working an increased force day and night and the enlistment of two rcgi locals hay hero ordered Dour vessels each being armed with 131I12pound guns and negotiations lire pending for still other vessels to strengthen the navy In brief the Tnilcd States is rapidly preparing for war nod event the Spanish government refuses to accede to our do mauds for indemnity war will result The damage asked will be 150000 which Spain cant pay Then Lncln yam will seize Cuba and tho Phillipinc Islands pay the debt That appears to be the program now but later the aspect may changed HE UNITED STATES GREATER ARMY Event of War With Spain 10415701 Meu Could Bo Put in tho Field From the War department report the New York Sun compiles tW1 tables immniO interest to every patriotic American The first shows the organized strength of the diflercnt stoics the union State ricers IIII Total Alabama It I S Arkansas 2211 liIO 2111 California 2I 3U1I 30110- I Colorado Ii 1Ii Connceticutt It57 2pur 27I- Ihlutsrc Ii 1 III 1iS Floddn ill 1010 1131 Georgia 1111 2131 11511 lilalio 10 WS US Illinois Pa II IliO Iiuliann Oi 2lil 2S75 lOll I I iO Ivinisas 1111 1352 1 11Ii3 KmltllclI f II I it Louisiana Wi Ili 2Itlt Maine tIIS 1217 I1 tHluilIJI IS7Sl li- ylnssachmatta30 1 dS15 112 Michigan 177 i1I SII Minnesota tIa2 lIil ISII Musis1 pi 105 1IU11 bill Missouri Ir LllM UM Montana 5 iSiu Itf Nebraska I Ii 10123 IHiS Nevada II 317 US New Jlampshirelti 11t0 1Jin New rerseq313 311I IINIt urkl 1 13o55 Pistil North lIwlllll1HilI Ia 3 IM North Dakota Li iIIl d- liihiu11i 551I ItUltl Oregon ItS IO 1 IIJS Pennsylvania Iii1 7550 SVt Hhoilc lIMlundllb 1110 1315 South Cnrulhlll1lI1 20tnt yl7 3r tilltl TcnncMce tat 1512 10- hiernwutS6 Texas I II IOI- Itah 7 ill iOO 115 i 713 Virginia tIJI m- Washington S t iIWr t 1irginln tOt Its PGi- isconWI hm10t 2512I 711 Wyoiulng 31 321 lrt In tho territories anti the District of Columbia likewise there are organized force Ariron iO AS I KW New Mexico IJ1II I cV- OklMiomn K5 4JM M7 district ColumbllllJI 1137 17I Making the aggregate et the nntionul guard and organized militia us follows Coumiirtiontd iccr S lPt- iEutUtril men105111 Total 11 liiJ It will be observed that New York lend tho list with a national guard nu tactically nearly as streng as the combin ed forces of the two states next in order Pennsylvania and Illinois After eII York Pennsylvania and Illinois h 11 10J L c 1 S to Ohio Massachusetts Georgia Now Jer say California South Carolina and Texas iu the order indicated Tho mil tats strength as shown by the figures of the state rgauizatione is not strictly proportionate to population nor is it sectional in its distribution Till JCCWlJ table shows the number of DJCn Unorganized but available for mili tary duty as estimated by the several state adjutant generals in their reports to the adjutant generals oflicc at Wash ington lien the census is based more or less on individual judgment and varying method of computation This is shown by the circumstance that New York returns 00000 men whilo Pent sylvania returns 870000 again Massa chusetts returns lMi7f and Indiana with about the sunc population return uWOOU whilo Michigan with nearly the saute returns only 200000 Nevertheless theo figures are probably as accu late Ukcu altogether us any that can be prouurediStiltv 1 Men Available Alabama 105000 I Arkansas WOOOO CaliforniaII14000- Colormlo 81000- OotniLftiiMitt lOSrtlt5 Delaware 12S080 Florida 70000- ieorjiuI 5102- 1llitho i 200 J IllinoisI i 70HM Indiana lOOOOO town 2W874- Kntuns 100000 Kentucky U31ii7- Ioiimana1 1 15000 Main KiiOli- Marylnnil I irOooo llIsnchllo1s 1IItl 1tI mehigam tiOUll- 111nm j tii I JilrsilyippiI I WISO Montana Mlssouii 100000JUIJSl J 1 101025i NebraskaNvadu 0200NvaduXuw alii psh IIHI 31110 Now Jersey1 ISsVT j Xcn York OIIIIU n North Carolina 215000Ul5i17 North IDakota Ohio lIiOOOO Orogon jIi Pennsylvania aIlhmo-dc I Island Si00- South 1 Carolina 177001iOOO South Dakota Icnuec IMOUOi itoIsI SiH000r000 l oItahVermont r000lllI VirginiaVusliiiiKtoir iCl227 I s7S7l I Vst Virginia1 I Wiscoiihini 372152 yonliogSnl001 Territories and districts Arizona OO Nea Meiio sr cno Oklahomal 50000 district of Columbia 17000 IntIII orpnie 1031113 Total organim IMUiW Grand abrogate 10115701 This is time size of the greater army of the Inited States as reported by th Secretary of War to congress in abed once to the venerable law of IS03 ennot ed when time total population of ti country was less than six millionth 1rhlse tent million Americana who a ready to light for tho ling if there iis to be done constitute in the eyes of the world the most impressive feature of our national existence That TicklingtuitontbtellevedI TAmtiHoneya byluaamwatlonbraue of the throat and renplratory orcmiu A purely vrcetabU com healhlgandlnvlgorating proputlcmhomoatMthmH bronchltlv ore throat Las Orlppo whooping cough and croup BELLSPineTarHoney ctAntelptutThe E Ii utbetlaad paIyPadacar Greot Clothing Pi J Ir Overcoat SaleI f1t I COMMENCED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 AT Louis arid Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY 110 fens tint Satincttc Overcoats at 121 other dealers price 4300 liens Long Ulsters at 5 other dealers price 20 105 Cftssiincre Suits at SLOG other dealers price 450 750Jers price 7o cents 7jO pairs of Boys heavy Cassiniere rants at 3S tints other dealers price 7j cents EVBIU Departmente t is Overflowing9 ffH fiarsaiis- j SlyI BlackUSocks at T cents tier pair outer denIers price l2kv A line of colored shirts atryCeuta other dealers price 50d 300 toys Gum Coats at 140 other dealers price 250 Strausn I I SEIAVIS I IIOPRACTICAIo 1 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS f IIAXEL GREEN KENTUCKY MAKE A SPECIALTY OF IIUILDING FAKM And ROAD WAGOja WE use the Host Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our prim PlltromuIIHappy IX TilE HOKSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE speciaityatdNtrcspcctfullsolicited jAAnI rRA OC MARK BEST IN THE 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