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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t J T fvt 3j j 4 ar 0I K M l Y d r t t iuallAZnb GREEN 1 1 1 ftablishcd March 44885 Made Famous in time Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell f eCk srtternudIOII The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountaInst M 50INNAUVANCK f i FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY M 1803 NUMBER 15 oj o NCures RELIABLE TUNICSURE SOc II 5100 Bottles Druggists Have Ittt IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT t Cot iomvnLK IworponitiM- lRojjinsonPettoi U GREEN SONS fjjJ 1yIIOIESALEh35 13 51 LoX STOTJMB 3K7F u MENDELI GOSLING 5 CO- y JOBBERS IX HUTS CAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves C Umbrellas 627 and 020 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY Jj Ii snuttIOWOitn GO t vtarrAC t1t1ItS AND JOIItlCUS OF CHIL MENS BOYSG lOTHII I I N G 607 Won Lain Street LOUISVILLE KY i JJMj I Jeans Kersey Casshncro Corduroy Pants and Suits DUCK COATS Are acknowledged to be Superior to any produced Sizes guaranteed marked J3TSOLV BY J TAYLOll DAY HAZEL GREEN KY J M ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY NEYER WISE 9 K ICfE J IMPOIITPKH AMI TOIIIIHIIS 01 FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY I Underwear Wliito Goods NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS i 225227 Race St Snml K M jr iulhen I CiNCiNN- ATittRS Arnold ll- ir tS rrManufacturers and Jobburs of fBOOTS SHOES 5 RUBBERS No3 W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI I a ate Ep et DDtC 1657 Race St j UUUvTciNCINNATIj I GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and- NOTIONS Always hnvo BIG Drivos tt2f 3pocial attention to Mail Orders i AGENTS WANTEDI- n I every County to Supply 1thoGroat Poular Demand for r AMERICAS WAR for HUMANITY Told in Picture and Story Complied and written by SENATOR JOHN J INGALLS OF KANSAS lrolaselylf the oulrtr book UU HIU rf wariilni Spain Nearly 200 Superb Illustrations from Photo graphstakeu q AgenttareL u f Ttrit3blo bOnanza for live canvassers AI descrIption terms and territory al- F oncoto tIf D THOMPSON PUBLISHING CO vi LOUIS MO or NEW YORK CITY g fY- d JI 1 r t I t WOLFE COUNTY Olllmoro GleanIngs listIsanc HUtArbury Brooks is in our midst pros Nluuni1g1 an anplicnnt Both cam Q wellrocoutmendel so I niauiiiu that either would render satisfaction Combsleftto visit friends and relatives in tli 1Vhope ullyrcstorcdMrs Lizzie Pllee1to visit relatives and friends in Mcnifee atRotlawellto the top of Heaver Hill before she re turns f July H UNCLE RE los Lacy Creek Links Alley Baney went to Campion Friday on businessNoah bought of Charley Sam pie ono yearling heifer price 1 1- 0Jen Brewer of ifollyspent n few days of last week with his fatherIC S Sample went to Blackwater on Monday returning homo Tuesday Misses Eliza and Etta James visited the family oTA F Johnson Sunday The farmers of this section with a few exception are through stacking wheatITwo Mormon elders have been preach ing at the Frank Johnson school house the past week IIiIl5e Lillie and Stella Rose i iteeI Miss Berths Sample Saturday anti Sunday Curtis and Nettie Byrd of near Hazel ft1 Ken MO visiting their sister IrlIBerry James this week James Tibbs and wifo of near Torrent came up Thursday to attend the burialI of Mr1 TibbV father and returned homo Sunday July 11 Run HAND Stillwater Sparkles Thero was a large crowd at the bridge church Sunday- C S Cecil will begin his school on the Trace on July 18II Horn =To the wife of F F Cecil last week n fine girl babyIMiss Silvey Combs visited in Camp ton Saturday and Sunday Frank Murphy and wifo attended church here Sunday evening Miss Malvey Smith has gone to Lee City where she expects to go to school this fall Miss Nannie Tutt will open her school in tine Buchanan district on tho 18th oIthi1l1ll011 thJSquire J W Chambers who inns been very low with fever for some time is thought to bo improving D C Stale went to Lexington Sun day to see his two boys that enlisted un der Capt HI T Beatty for the Cuban war i 1hero was a good crowd at tho oMI Baptist church Sunday to Incur Rev Mr Martin formerly of Cripple Creek Colorado The Mormon elders passed through hero again tho first of last week and stopped with S JJ Wells They preach cd several nights during their 8tnI 1H1Italking up a company of volunteers for the next call to go under our Jailor 1 W Combs of Campton Thero are a number of boys in this vicinity who would like to go under such n man as Mr Combs Tollvor Topics Burnie Finch attended church ItI Sandfield Friday night Miss Lula Old field of Consolation was visiting hero Sunray Andy Nickell of Ezel attended relig ious services at Sandfield Sunday Uncle George Rice of your town nt tended church at Sandfield Sunday David Rose of Ecl was interviewing J M Clark Monday Davcl is a splcn did salelJ1lnIThe infant child of Win Toliver and wifo has been quito ill but is somo bet tcr nt this writing Messrs Boiling mid McNabb have J started their threshing machine and re port tho wheat crop as extra good Jeff Brewer and Too Miller passed I through Toliver Sunday enrouto to Big Brunch to fill their regulnr appointments J M Picratt seems to have a hanker lug on Greasy creek now Mort hays ho his firo forwants to Kendall kindle winterTime house of W A Oldfield caught I fire oft the roof of the kitchen the ethos I w day but way discovered and extinguish ed before much damage was done toGlcncRlrnI school Henry iis a bright boy and tho trustees could not do a wiser thing that to ciiRrt c him to teach their school tenetQProf Cord closed his series of meet iings at Snndfield Sunday night with tho promise that ho would commie again iint the uenr future lIe preachedoxcdlent sett IIcripluresWocome again in our midst With be8 wishes to him to Tin lluuvu and itaI many renders we are July 11 SIUNK- IDaysboro Doings Joo Robards visited hazel Green Sat urdayJohn E Nickell went to Hazel Green FridayHarrison DnysboroSnturdy James Tipton was in Dayaboro ourI day lust week T J Amyx way in Hazel Green ono day last week Uncle Ed1 Little went to Hazol Green ono day last week Mrs J X Lacy was visiting her son H Clay Lacy Sunday James Nickell of lillmorc was iM ling in this vicinity Sunday D Boone May and wife vcro visitium at Swaimo Springs Sunday Logan Xickcll and funnily wcro visit ing John II Hrcoks Sunday Sylvester Norman went to Hazel1 Green Saturday on business James Willson of Scllars was in Daysboro on business ono day this week Hon South Stamper of Sellars wasI in our little town for a few hours Saturday Henry Fallen and McFarlin Gibbs off iillmorc1 wore in this neighborhood onI business Monday Mr and Mrs Isom Long passed1I through Daysboro one day lust week on their way to Hazel Circuit Our efficient County School Superin tendent H Clay Lucy was called toI IHazel Green Saturday to decide a po nt of school law Wu do nut know just what it was but as we learn thero wer j some eight or ten attorneys there on that day there must bo some follow in ti county wants to keep a skool It has been reported lucre that Matt Long whose father and mother Iivuii or near Sellars mod who hay HO many friends in and around Daysboro wasI wounded in the battle at Santiago Many arc tho tears that have been tilled for Matt is well known hero and loved by nil who know him Wo can only hope for his speedy recovery mill long for his return to Ids friends hero at horse rand to hear him tell of battlesI fought and victories won In company with Moody Lacy Sunday wo went to time Caskoy schoolI house to church and on our return homo wo stopped at Consolation mill1 for about ono hour listened to CharlesI Johnson prcnuli to time Drake andj sore other ducks tumid wo are prepar cd to say that Rev Johnson is the Sam Jones of the mountains Among Soum funny things ho said werelJ am not- married to anything but my wife but II bcliovo I love my God just a little bit the best Iris dont marry n drunkard under any circumstances rind dorm t marry n unman that drinks com e if you am keep from IL July 12ClCHAIUu MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat Rev D F Vhittaker will preach nc Consolation next Sunday Tames Byrd and wife wore tho guests of W H Blankenship Sunday Elihu Skeins two daughters MissesI Lizzie and Mollie have typhoid fever Georgo Blankcnship sad Irma two sis tern were visiting friends at Consolation Saturday and Sunday Willie McGuire of Osier attended1 church hero Sunday and from appearances time Lily is his choice flower Charley Johnson of Urcathitt county preached for us Sunday night and at tracted much attention by his uncouth expressionsTwo passed our way Tuesday in quiring for Barney Blnnkcnship They looked like Spaniards to us although we never saw n Spaniard Charlie of Daysboro was mixing among us Sunday and we are not gala to say whether ho was drumming fo TUB IliitAM or matrimony The Enterprise Association of Regu lar Baptists will meet with time Still water church in Wolfe county on tho- Friday before the third Sunday in Au gust to hold their association July 12 Toe DBAKE gvx LI JV 1 LAZE STATE NEWS PAINT LICK is to have n bank aII nl Ht X I C B railroad huts been ordered sold agiiln golIMum SiiiKHAX formerly of Frank clmrguII murderXrw 1loU8Twoof Inulnuss thistyears M OllcoIIUt at 00 Icnts par bushel LexingtonIliweGovernment for cavalry purposes XoTici of contest hoe been filed in the llurtfonl lonjil option ilectltm ami 11111 believed tho vote will hnvu to ho taken again Tun Second Kentucky Ifrgiment now in camp at ChickiimiuiKii On win puid oil liiMt wool and It took f1000 to atitle with tho buys liT IH reported that Gen John S Wil I rnphlII his recovery TOM llAYDnN was hung at Hartford LoganThel uf the jull yard- RIMATIVIW t of Capt MoFarlaml who regeelved news tliiit ho in allright Ho went from laniiihtor CimtiiM CAVANUHW time Ameri 111I eonnty a son iA roll Cnvanaiigh whu now lives III KMIIMIH Tin citizens of Frankfort are prepar hlilltlillgIIlIlhnpproprlalluufur Tint report comes from Iaducah that Item Kiys will nceept the Ioptilist nonilnu tion lIgor IongruNi In that district In trout lIulpurtID 0 Grxcisunt r the man who annulled MIMS Kmiim Dodd f Howling jrton several weeks ago It under arrest ut 1hirknville Ark null tho aiithnrlllis have boon notillud to send for him at once Tin Sixth US Infantry which was 8pnubhttausyoed in the light at lil Canty nunr Santiago Conttto tin1 State Hoard of lElection rominiftsIonurA lion n IL Sev lrHi lames Hi Clalr and Hon Tieo Jolly fur county ooiiimlHslotier of election under tliu iofhll law CiioitiiSTiiinNBov tho negro who killed Joe Til lord a whit lad at Crab Or chard on Monday wns clven till death nen tunco lit Stanford IillurdsearI only 112 yearn oldand the killing was wholly with out provocation threelJudge old exStulo liI A It Commnndcr A JI Thorp wan iiLiiitted in the Madison Cirenit Court of the ehnrgo of inurdoriiig a 1uegro n your ago HegiIincut now at Lexington litivo been mil Luxlngtmo11uluhlmossmaking In military tactics perIHOIIH u camp on Sunday J uly a wns hot mid iimtantly kill ed Ity Shurill CrllttlJrof Hoylo county can Thursday lest while reslNtini arrest Votnw killed two men and woundeil two women both of whom are III a dangerous condition AT 1 EriZAmrriiTouv John D flush who tho of In no assaulted DowIlIlIcrjllrtoil wIIhlIlCII1IIX and rut away part of his left lung wim held to answer undnr hand of 8O0 TliomaH in not yet out of danger and Cut never fully iw cover HiishH father was a nephow of A lira hum Lincolns mother AITKII stiflering months from burns Culpdiedday morning At tho time of the nceidotit 1she was iireiiarlng to gum to an cntertniii Haunt nod I last put on n pair of longxlcvvcd gnroIIna1 buy liurned about tho head and body Tin President on Thursday Ilast sort luau appointment of Reuben M Huckley and Cnnrien I Ogden ot Louisville to flue Senate for confirmation as Cnptalnx III tliu Eighth Kcginiunt colored amuses to be commanded by Col luggln The regi mctit will rue mobilized at Fort Tlionmi Ky Cnjit IL T Jacob Jr another Louis villa man also has a couimUalon In this regiment bornrwas II- IItnnlly killed In Frallklln JtobJllllon comm ty Texan last Saturday afternoon The do acaxcd was n von of the late Mnj T C Win Trey and hall resided In Toxat about twelve years A short wiiilu ago ho was deputy flherlfTof ids county but at tho time of hU eullloycdInt A Mj i tf 1 h p 11 Whore They Wilt Teach WHLIK KAtm began teaching a schoolYrq in Powell = county ol1londay sI liIconext Monday ROIIKUT BUOOKS will teach tho school yAtowill preside FKSTUB IVAHH will begin tho schoolt at Public Square next Monday There are between CO and 70 scholars enrolled iu time district Miss AVA SWANOO began teaching tho public school in the Shockcy dis Y trict this county on Monday It has nbout 70 scholars enrolled Miss jSirmi WIIFIUR of this place secured tho school nt Why Not in Lee county which lacy 71 scholars enrolled and began teaching Monday MILs NANMI KABIIVOU Monday so cured tho Linden district school on Gill more H2 enrolled scholars and will be gin teaching Monday tho 25th Muss Lou WARD will teach the Point Union district school on the Clarks numher MRB AIIhiwillI tench tha school at Salem in Morgan county Tho district is ono of tho largest in that county but wo do not know tho number enrolled DAXPORD MAXXIX will tench tho Sand held district school about 70 scholars and will call books promptly next Monday morning Ho taught tho mime school last year Minn MIXXII DAY will begin her school at Maytown on Monday time 18th must and requests all tho patrons to bu present Iif possible mod havo their child ren on humid so they can bo assigned to their proper clauses She has 81 pupllH in tliu district Tin announcement was rondo Inst week that Ova Svvango had been en gaged to teach the Hazel Groan iwblio school and ho had but Supt do posed Jr 11 Pieratt as trustee and ap pointed J1 lh Rose whereupon Mr Rose nnd Elza James ono of tho holdover trustees engaged Miss Mallio James to tench School will begin July 20th TinHiuAut was misinformed about Ed mod Miss Collie Onoy teaching school The former hits not negan teach ing but will teach the school on Hunt lug creek Breathitt county and tho lilt ter had the promise of time school in tho Bill Shnekdfonl neighborhood Hut whether who will got It isyet undecided Edwards school IIIIH lOa pupils enrolled About Our Soldiers at Lexington LKXINUTON KY July 7 18 8- Emroit IIuaartlIt iri with ideas nro I write you giving you n spurt dc Hcription of our presort way of living Wu are located ut Caui Corbln about ono mile from Main ntrcnt Most of tho boys are well satisfied r unless it h n fow droned and most of them havo which in bettor fordeHertOll1 our undo Sam loo Wo t havo plenty to oat and wo cat it too miles it iin some fellow that wants an excuse to go homo to see his mamma or hisgirlII detailed to tho hospital corps In nn hour after I arrived and have no cured u good place in it which I will hold So far there linn been very little sickness Tho Colonel has just received n bul lotin of tho sinking of tho four German ships by Dewoy at Manila which tho diIuago of about 8 to the 100 rejected Our company will bo mustered in today under Captain Patrick Wo are well pleased with him nx Captain and ho trent us nicely George Taulbco ClIme to us yes tcrday Time people of Lexington think n us very tough and I guess wo tirerr f will try and como homo on n furlough before wo leave this place With regards to inquiring friends I remain yours very respectfully 0 n AMYX Press dispatches contradict this re port Tid Bits for the Thank Tank Mums SARAH TAUMIKK has the thanks j of time editor and his bettor 4 for a fine mess of string beans Dins XANKII KAHn will plcaso ac jkbettorQUIt colored friends Noah Taylor and Sarah horn hnvo tho tlmnks of the editor and his butter i for some nice fruitJMums Erus JOHNSON of Lacy Crockryewill please accept tho thanks of limo edl tor and his bettor J for n bountiful mew b each of beans and boots MRH nirT R QODHKY will please so Acopt time thanks of tho editor And IdaI bettor 1 for n dozen of tho finest ctiCBm ru hers wo havo seen this acasouiI r I arHOWARD T Tnuu the repr BUUf of Kentucky University woo the oi t torical contest at the sLexingtar OMw 4 t tauqua last Friday f f- Of Y R Y q kFMERALDsruCal Y C HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY July 14 1898 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0r FOR CONGRESS lOrn DISTRICT zpatrioLtOK FLOYD COUNTY TUB Democratic party of Ken tucky should now begin to look to its organization and sou that it is at onco perfected and put in work ing order The war with Spain hay boon is and will continuo to attract much attention but it should not distract Democrats from their duty The Republican party always on the lookout for just such an occasion will avail of the attention given our army and navy and got in thoir work while wo are unwary In every precinct in the State if the Democratic party hopes to snatch success this fall there should ho an organisa Lion of the intelligent wideawake workers Especially is this so in the Tenth Congressional district and unless it is dune anti lone Soon time Democratic party will pay the penalty by its loss of pros tigo IlouIiY IKiTxiATHicic de servos endorsement by rooloetion and every true party man will pull to put him back this full 1 J 0 WILHON general manager has our thanks for a copy of the July edition of the Insurance I Monitor Now York City in which I he pays us the handsome com pH mont of reproducing the article Our Hotter L which appeared in THK HERALD April 8th 1807 and which huts been copied from Dan to Dorsheba The Insurance Monitor is one of the handsomest trades journals in the United States elegant in excellence in fact and tho compliment is there foro the more highly appreciated and especially so on account of CI CItheflattering comments by tho ed WALTER S NICHOLS Both i gentlemen aro assured that the Monitor will ho preserved among the precious papers of that same Bettor iand that sho is oven more grateful for their distin guished consideration than tho writer Tin rumor was current some time sinco that Squire W B DUKF of Campion would bo a candidate for tho Democratic nom ination for the Legislature in tho next listing of tho aspirants THK HERALD on Saturday interviewed Trim in regard to tho report and r elicited from him tho reply Nor I will not bo a candidate and I t am for JoE if ho makes the race Our fellowcitizen Jon ROSK was tho gentleman of whom wo wore speaking at tho limo and the de clination of Mr DUFF leaves it dead easy for Mr UOSK to secure tho nomination if ho wants it Thus far therefore wo have the i honey of harmony in tho Demo cratic county camp and everything is lovoly in tho legislative race TUB sinking of the Franco y American passenger steamship La r3 Burgoyno in a collision with the British steamer Cronuityshiro oil Sable Island in n dense fog ro sultod in tho loss of GOO lives Out of a total of Stfl persons aboard only 200 were saved and 3s of these only one woman though thoro wore over HOO women and children in the list of cabin und steerage passengers Among the c 4 lost are many American people of 1irroviiuencp M t 1ru W 11 i Ou oldfriend W J LAMPTON of 16 West 88Iatreot Now York thin whom thoro is not on the earth a cleverer follow has our thanks for many recent favors among which a copy of tho Now York Clipper containing tho nr ticle Our Bettor f Mr LAMP TON is not only a wholesouled gentleman but by tho way ono of tho best writers in America and1 ho never forgets his friends ONE of tho latest engagements reported is that of Gov BRADLEY and Col CASTLEMAN who are fir ing poisoned papor bullets at long range tho latter being in camp at Chickamauga and tho former in his CastleonthoCraw Governor BRADLEY says that it has all along boon a hard matter to decide whether CABTLKMAX thought ho was a part of tho State Guard or tho State Guard a part of CASTLE IAN and those who have read tho newspapers recently and noticed tho many lIficks coming from CABTIKMAN are inclined to lbear tho Governor out TUB July edition of WALTER i HURTS lathing Gun Cleveland 0 is just as good or hotter than tho preceding issue Among the best things of its contorts are Ex elusive lEuclid truthful things about an aristocratic avenuo The Fourth of July by our own SOULE SMITH IEditorial I Eruptions In Honors Name a poem by WALTER HURT and many other things It is full of redhot reading however from cover to cover and the announce ment is made that the August number will contain a slice of shcol of which tho loader will bo Tho Sexual Sin Got it before it melts One dollar pays for it for 12 months TUB announcement is made that Col W C P BHKOKISUIDOB will in future edit tho Lexington Morning Herald Tho elegance of the diction of the editorials in that paper for some time pest convin ces us however that tho state ment is superfluous for none oth or than ho could port tho pretty things presented for tho perusal of that journals renders from time to lime nor are any so learned in tho affairs of State and Nation Col BitKUKixitiDGB is an admirable man albeit ho has his faults not tho least of which is that ho belongs to tho gold standard son timentalists and for that wo aro sorry EVERY truo American will in dorso tho following which wo re produce from tho Baltimore Amer ican und SVHLBY tho hero should now bo jumped over SAMPSON SenKBY tho bravo son of this loyal State was tho man who found the Spanish fleet and who destroyed it The two facts are beyond all doubt and SCHLBY takes rank with DBWBY as a hero of tho war Admiral SAMPSON who was jumped from a captain I over SCHLBY was not in tho light at nil and Commodore WATSON who was given command of tho Flying Squadron for Europon service ignoring SCIIIBY was coaling his llagship Newark at Guantana 1110 Those aro tho commanders who sort tho dispatches to tho Navy Department and although they slid not have tho grace to ovon mention SCHLBYS numb they cannot hido from tho American people tho glory of SCHLBYS por formanco Ho was in command IIo began tho destruction of tho Spanish hoot He found it and ho finished it Ho did tho work Now givo him the honor WHAT has bocomo of WBYLBU and his warwhoop Ho could have j I idod tho strugglo long since Nit 1 THE Spanish commander at San tinge persisted in his refusal to surrender and at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon tho bombardment com menced TUB Spaniards are evidently not posted as to tho ability of tho wire pullers of America else they would fortify with other than wire fence to stop our soldiers TUB opinion prevails that President McKiNiBY is giving CBKVBKA anti his captured comrades far too much rope unless indeed it bo of tho species known as Manilla PEOPLE who used logo up against GLASSBYEU CHAUIBY HBNDBHSON said he could bent tho world work ing a shell game but tho recent shell racket of SCHLBY played on the Spaniards at Santiago puts his performances to shame JUDOB HAZKLRIGG of tho Ap pellate Court has announced that ho will not bo a candidate for re election Tho recent gerrymander of tho district by the legislature makes tho district overwhelmingly Republican and in that party tho fight will bo made for the place Congressman Coisov of Middles boro Lingo A J AUXIBH of Pike and Judge CL W GOHILBY of Lee are tho Republicans mentioned as his successor But how COLSOX can hold a command in tho army and hold down a sent in the Court of Appeals at the samo tinge is not apparent II is a Congressman from tho Eleventh district and Colonel of the Fourth Kentucky now so that paraphrasing Gov BHAWKVS remark about Col CAS TIBMAX it will soon ho hard to determine whether COIHON is a part of the Commonwealth of Kentucky or tho Commonwealth part of COLSOX That TicklingInstantlyrellovcd1lneTarHoney byIulian11aatlonbriineM of tho throat and rokplrutory organs A jiuroly WKOtumo corn pound It contains nothing but heal propierties must stubborn eougliii UN well IS LoOrlprwDR BELLS Pine TarHoney I I s tcSbi recclptorTho 1 u HmlierlnnJ lUcdlrlno Onitiiinnr Pndiiru5i KentuckyrC rIu flt8Jo4lupitfLa4f8WS lt HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY Tho Cheapest and Best School in Eastern Kentucky The next session will begin MONDAYs SEPT 598 Tho instruction is thorough Tho disciplino is tho best Tho expense Is tho lowest Sent for catalog of particulars CORDIIlnzol Green Ky HII BRYAN SAIKSMAN IOll Pearson Clark ROCER51LEXIflCTONI IIt YOU GO TO LEXINGTONi this week next Week or any other week ASK FOR 64AJUi ion- joiOo Oj CUTPRICE SU ITS m66 d They are Great Values and Beauties W AT fiij Louis Gus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KYI= = A titiIr = v = A Id Rather t 1 Take a Whipping 1iJThan buy a suit said a now comer J day in a disgusted mood ho knew just what ho wanted and hotlliJWe JU exoludo else from our assortment I fI riifFJJ beginning Il E1Suits S4 to S10 fiJJ StoreJJ + ooooooooouooo ooo iii i Oooooooa i JiJ Want 260 tf J I ttSHOEtt I tj i 2 WE WANTONLY anrzE2 u I aTHE J T DAY RACKET STORE M =A 1hl l 1 Reliable War BOWS IN THE GREAT- NATIONALS 1VIIIY NEWSPAPER 1 Furnished by Special Correspondents at the front 1UtIIDIi HJliPJJwill contain all important war news of time dnily editionMI publicationCarefull m GC1rQl Nation Z j i IAJpaper I II E IJJjj fiyimn HOTII ONI YEAK Yom ONLY ioo- i at ali S5SeiuI all ordors to TIIF IIEKALrL I RESTORED MAr HOOD X115 P1L 1 rJIi TbJ ireDtreme tor nervous roetnuonnandaillnertoadl1myp t Jho KcnorntlTo cream of cither er wich n Nerrou PtpnJit S c jf JnaorIx rr JW McntnlWorry excersirouwufTebacorOplumRulcekndnne r IUlUpl101l1l1I ncnU With ortG ordor 0 roo IUlbu1LEAN1 J1 J U3UG iur5ro0evLrDSUri8C liL 1CU C1oYeSuaaCWaII j rer- eiI tot 1 ve