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I + p i 1 ty- a ti c n k IJ r + j r TtlE HAZELt GREEN HERALD C u+ t COOO SiOfri = Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and Hli Continent by Max ORell n t FIFTEENTH YEARrJ Io 1 w srB Owner NOEIt n lo tisnorTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsArwaya i a MBAR AdvaAerf BODE HARDWARE COMPA- NYWHOLESALE HARDWARE QQ E12R a CINCINNATI O I Yererenc T Taylor flay Hazel Green 1tAl1IiBEE M D JA Physician and Surgeon j HAZEL GREEN KY nUll obstetrics n pecin1tyjj 8nreorv 11- SILAS B KA3H M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY residence Rnd colls answered nt ntOffice aspecialty aU hours nhfltctr CARTERDRYII GOODS 1MPORTBIIB AND DEALERS IN iQ 1 ooID7 f AND NOTIONSLOUISVILLE KY Rererence J Taylor Day Ifazel Green ROBINSON KY iteOF BEATTYVILLE WITH B SK IEUGUES rUOlMHKTOU Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage is respectfully sollclted i1tdtt t r ludtt WINCHESTER KY N n WITIIElt81OD1IUNTE1t Calbler- ll 200 00000CapitalPaid up Surplus 6000000 accounts of mer solicits theflankThis traders and husinese men chants farmers KentuckyEasterngenerally throughout facility and and otTers Its customers within every the lhn ts of 9gRinntehaukingootl8lY R II BRYAN i SAL191tAN VOIt t Pearson C Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS LEXINGTON KY 111 L 1 KASH 11v CllAVUN CRAVEN RASHt 4- t t7l1 1LJ UI1ll3uJ aJI I HAZEL GREEN KY We have n nice hearer anti a full tockall COFFINS and CASKHTS on linml nt times which will he sold on the most rea enable terms Mr Wllllu Knh will net as funeral dire tor and furnish coffin and hcnjto upon request Solicltlnc the public pntronnRC we are respectfully etc CKAVKN t KASH c LJr A U LYON JR Leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky R OMiw t BeUyYillc and Jackson 0 q i 1 t 4 OO fO 1 OO subscriptions nal for 12 months and send the Farm Journal for 6 years papersisLouisville Dispatch in lieu of the CourierJournal Remember this is maybeA GOOD LETTER r i From One of Wolfo Countys Bos of tho Philippine Islands SAN Luis P I Nov 20 1800 EDITOR HKKAIIHnzul KySm you tho record of events engagements J number of mon killed and wounded discharged list of officers of my regimont thus far in tho Phil ippines insurrection on of Co D 22nd infantry loft Fort Crook Nebraska January 27189sailed from San Francisco Cal February 1st arrived at Honolulu on tho Oth sailed from there en tho 10th ar rived atllnnilr I March 4th Total distance traveled by rail 2080 miles total distance I tray clod by son 0025 knots Made an advance on Pasig P I engage month on Pasig road March 18 1899 Patosos March 13 near La guna Do Bay March 18 skirmish opposite Tang March 10 advance on Maloloa engagement at Cal loo can March 25 j charge and attack on Malinta Hill March 20 j ad vance on North Lino engagements at Novaliches April 22 and at Bustos May 2 attack on San Luis August 12 and September 18 Col Harry C Egbert briga dior general U S V killed March 20th at Malinta Hill private Wei boy J Honsly killed March IRth at Pasig P 1 private Ira W Cox killed August 12th at San Lui Total killed up to Into 8 wound ed 0 discharged 5 OllicorsCnptnin B C LockI wood promoted Major 21st Infantry Captain G11 Godfrey 1st Lieut Isaac Newell 2nd Lout II R Campbell promoted 1st Lieut 8th Infantry Col J M1 French Liout Col lIt II Munphroy Guns otcKrug for Gouson magazine rifle calibra 0 Data ealibra throetenths of an inch bayonet length about 11 J inchos length of rifle 10 in length of rifle and bayonet 01 in groves No 4 lands No 1 Twist ono turn in 10 inches groves depths four thousandths of an inch Voight of bayonet 1 pound riflo without bayonet Oj pounds trigger pull 1q to 0 pounds extreme range 1000 yards dangerous space infantry 517 yards initials velocity 2000 ft per second weight of bullet 220 grains powder H5 grains 100 cartridges 015 pounds j kind of powdor smokeless j bullet made of 121 parts load and part tin j jacket mado of cupro nickel steel shell mode of brass Tho Philippine Islands is tho richest territory in all Asia what they need is development and tho era of development is near Toy produce tho greatest varietyof staples of any other country in tho Oriont and I predict a gigantic trado in coffee spices tobacco hemp sugar rico copper and val uable woods Then thoro is to bo considered tho vast amount of American products that will find n market in tho Philippines A few of thorn aro machinery locomotives cotton goods electric sup plies boots and shoos flour and broad stuffs j and manufactured articles almost without number Thoro aro 27 Kentucky boys in my company I hoar from Joe Cox Nod Frisby C B Lykins and oth ers frequently They Are all well I am proud that I joined the regulars havo never been sick since- I enlisted The war wilt soon be 4 1 a 1 ry I ir U ix c r aye ovor II suppose thn sun still shines i in my old Kentucky home- Respectfully 1 Gio L ATHY Co D 22nd U S Infantry 11j Jndgo Ed C ORoar Judge Ed C OKoar who on January 1st retired from tho office of County Judge of Montgomery county Judge OHoar was tho first and only Republican over elected to this office in this county and because of this fact and the man nor in which ho discharged tho du tios of tho office The Gazette I takes occasion tojpublish tho following fnetsIIEd C ORoar was born about H5 years ago near Camnrgo in thiN county of poor but highly respect ed parents Ho attended the county school until his family moved to town when it became necessary for hUll oven though just a boy logo to work to aid his widowed mother in securing maintenance and to procure school advantages for his sisters Ho first sold papers on tho streets of this city and later sold papers on tho train between horoJJ and Lexington When still quito young ho entered tho old Sentinel ollico and was thoro a follow work or of tho Editor of this paper Ho wont from tho Sentinel office toI work on tho Mountain Scorcher edited and published by tho Intott Col John TI Httzelrigg at West Liberty Whilo there ho rend law during his loisuro hours and at the ago of 19 years wits by special act I of tho Legislature admitted to thoI bar In 1SS211o married Virginia riot daughter of Col Hazolrigg and now hits six bright happy healthy children InlSSO ho moved to this citytt whorl hi rise has boon rapid but 1 ofIL sure and substantial growth I Ilo has tho largest practice of any lawyer in Eastern Kentucky and is in closo touch and sympathy with tho people of this section by whom ho iH most highly tstfomod His devotion to his wifo children I pother and sisters is bountiful and ho is intensely Ipyol to his friends under any and all circum stances Ho has an elegant homo in this city whore ho disponsos I lavish hospitality Ho is n fine t lawyer an oloquont speaker a suc cessful business man and an enterprising I public spirited citizon As an illustration of his force and sagacity wo will rolato ono incident In 1893 when tho panic was at its height and strong institu tions woro ovory day going to tho wall for lack of a strong vigorous i hopeful management tho Traders Deposit Bank of this city ofI which ho was Vico President closed its doors Judgo ORoar was away at the timo but ho at onto hurried home and as n result of his courage norvo and judgment its doors woro soon opened and this strong nail helpful institution was saved to us In 1894 ho was prevailed upon by his friends to accept the Republican nomination for County Judgo which ho roluc tantly did and after a hard fight with 250 majority against him to start on defeated ono of tho best and most popular Democrats in tho county On tho bench he was just fair and dignified and dur ing his administration tho business affairs wore transacted in a masterly manner saving much to the taxpayers of the county He dealt with the turnpike question i j 1 y j1i h 1 tt- U in a manner that saved us not only destruction of property but won for us tho applause and os teem of our neighbors who woro countyjudgostho debt of tho county was greatly reduced and at tho same timo tho I county levy was materially lesson ed Ho was urged by many of our I people regardless of party afiilia tion to become n candidate for re L election but this was a grouter reallyhadhas ontorod upon what promises to bo a long career of groat and broad and wo aro greatly mia I taken if in tho near future ho is riot called to a higher sphere of j service than ho has yet filled Mt Sterling Gnzotto = Killing at Frankfort Col David G Colspn of Mid dlesboro shot and killed Liout Etholbort D Scott of Somerset mind Luther Domarce of Shelby villo in tho Capital Hotel at halfr past twelve1 Tuesday Harrv Me Ewpn of Louisville and CharlesI Julin of Frankfort woro badly wounded by stray shots Scott who was under the influence ofr liquor began to upbraid Colson and tho two mon clinched By standers rushed in to separate thorn when Colson throw a revolver and began to fire Colson was wounded in tho arm Tho killing was tho result of a renewal of n fond between tom whilo in tho army lust onrIIMr Hemingway tho Secretary- of tho Jormiy Cattle Club says that lligglo Cow Book is a most con prolumsivo littlo volume ono of tho best thing on tho cow question have ovor looked into Mr ITnmitmirnv ought to know lliir glo Cow Book is advertised 111tt this weeks issue of THK HKUALD Tho prico of each is 50 cents free by mail address tho pub I lishers Wi liner Atkinson Co I Philadelphia Coupled 25 YoarsII I suffered for 25 years withtt cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honoy This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has Havod my lifoJ B ROBBKM Grantsburg Ill Miss Minnie Day loft Saturday for Jackson whoro sho has beonI engaged to teach in n branch of the S P Loos institute recently es tablished across the river for tho benefit of tho miners families All who desire to wear nicoly laundriod shirts collars cuffs oleI should call on Robert Cord ugon for tho Lexington Stein Laundry tho work of which is superior to that of any laundry in tho state tf Lung Irritation consumltionDr1 It and giyo such strength to the iungs that a cough or a cold will not sottlo thoro 25f at all good druggists Judge Wheeler Dr Andy Nick oil Grant Lacy and Clay Lacy left Sunday for Frankfort in answer to a summons to appear bef rii the l1- jxintraeatilmblr ls ry A4 jt q4 e i yh Az I want to lot tho people who suffer from rhoumatism and soiat ioa know that Chamberlains Pain Balm relieved mo after a number of othor moxlioinea and a doctor had failed It is tho host liniment I have over known ofJ A Dod gen Alpharottn Ga Thousands bythisliovos tho pain For sale by J T Day Druggist Lexington and Eastern Railway ITime Table in Effect Oct 21 111- 11EASTBOUND No I No2STATIONS DnllyexSUIII AMJrtPMLvcLexington 7 46 sin a 10 pm Avon pmlylachester t timIndianpmClaypmStuntonpmFllonpmDundeepmNntlrldepmTorrentpmIleattyvepmTallega praJaokion t WEST BOUND I 1 I STATIONS ex No3IINo Dally pmAtholpmTnllegapmlieattyve ImrpmIundcepmFilsonpmStanton pinInillnnpmrEJunonpmWlnohClter pmAvonpmLexington 4 MUllgerOIIAS J tROd Rivor Valloy Railway Coi TIME GAUD jZtrTinln leaven McCniuoy nt ocloolt a connertlnj with train nt Ilotbwol foe rrJ I I ItoiJiweIl Ky THE BEST OPErJAILiIy- y L PPINCOTT S nONTHLYJVMiAZINB I Contains n complete novel In every nnnv her In addition ton largo quantity of Uioful and entertldlllnK readlulr matter No enunuQ ttorlm ithleh tern e ebjof ona6a to moot radre- It should be In every household Nub scrlptlon 300 per year whomthoJ B LIPPIKCOTT COMPANY FuUUkiri PHILADCLPHIU MEBRIHINET 1 A positive and permsnent I1UUNdtlOhO r HEADACHE CURED FREE byinmplo mulled you If thli paper II mentioned The more are re lrolll11tlrhendllchcl t I willii I rho their return until pertea I uuurentl ourrd 80I1vldriiggiiU FIFTY 161 CENTS A JJOX zTho Dr Whitehall Mo xCo tSOUTH BEND IND GO YEAM5 f EXPEfllKNOK 1 TRADE MAMa Dittoes COPYIUOHT Ae nlaaeendlnq akalrh end drACrlptM Meerlilln opr npinlnn Ire wlMbii ar t t n pruhn nteL o- ea r u vrtkone twryfor M 4r taken t lrar b liana + pe- l otNennopco uga In 1I i a A Atli wesh- mi is T r I t- Yj n JjfJIBHBR1tLL- t lOri Coon Falter r HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY January 18 WOO +Rnnoun BrnBnT1 State and district announcements 1000 each county announcements 300 No announcement made until the fee it paid KOe For Judge Court of Appeal Appellate date for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to your action Elec tion November 1000 Rrtpectfuliy ED C 0 REAR For Con reM Tenth District toOiABD8TAMPERof Camptfln Wolfe county thetctlonFor County duchtfi authorlAJiJ W COXGLETON as n candidate for the office of County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party anlnottnce a candidate for the office of County Judge of theDemocraticpartyFor Sheriff LINDENWe are authorized to an D A V ID IiI X D EN M a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Wolfe county subject to the action of tip Democratic party For County Attorn- eyFU1tKSiie ere authorized to RO C C FULKS ar a candidate for County Attorntr of Wolfe c unty subject to the action of the Demo cratlo party OUR young friend C C Fulks is a candidate for county attorney of Volfo county subject to the action of the Democratic party and no young man in tho county or old one for that matter embodies to such a high degree tho requisite easontils or emblazons a brighter escutcheon than hOeHo is about teachIiugtaught seven terms nionmvhilo ffudying Jlaw which idea he em graced at the ago of 20 So dili legnl1Qracomopl mastering its principles spat ni tho ago of 23 ho was ad mitted to the bar and began its practice Ho bought his education with the sweat of his brow main r taining himself by working nights und mornings whilo attending school Afc the ago of 20 ho was married tq Miss Lillio Tutt daugh ter of Judge S M Tutt Mr hulks has always boon a loyal Democrat and in every fight made by the party ho has boon found in the front ranks battling for tho suc toss of its banner Ho is a fluent speaker and versatile writer and with both voice and pen ho has perhaps dono moro than any young man of his ago in the county for the succors of tho Democratio party Ho is a total abstainer from the zero of intoxicants which is a desideratum devoutly to bo wished iu all officials Ho is n friend to education good morals and soci ety nud never betrayed ix friend or cringed before n foe Such is a pen picture of C C Fulks and the picture is not overdrawn Ho asks for tho nomination for this office and comes before you without a spot upon his political or private record and wo believe tho Demo cratic party would honor itself by honoring Him with tho nomination t In thi boliof that his claims will hay duo consideration by Domo orfttio constituents wo commit him to their keeping and anon will laYimOr9 to say 4 TH R principal ubjct pyjiteresfc rho lUpjublicant hovradaji w thel tyofGHUOtllOr v z 9s- dP i Wiv i a f 1r- 1A i ri e JOOSB ED X OREAX is announ ccd iii this isene of our paper as a candidate for the nomination for Judge of tho Court of Appeals subject to tho action of the Repub icon part In this connection wo reproduce on article from the Mt Sterling Gazette in tho which is a biographical sketch of this popular young Republican loader and wo commend it to the cnroful consideration of our readers be they Republican or Democrat INCIDENTALLY wo hour that John D Rose Jr will probably bo a candidate for county judgo With his experience as magistrate ho is or ought to bo well equipped for tho office of county judge and if ho enters tho lists for the nomination ho will doubtless command a considerable contingency Should he conclude to do so however ho will announce through THE HER ALD and then we will have more to say TilE Wanamaker machine in Philadelphia has been beaten at the polls by tho Qnay machine This really makes little difference to the country at largo Both machines are much of a much n0s8Txe Kentucky legislature has elected Joe Blackburn to tho I United States senate to succeed lIon Vm Lindsay EDITORIAL BRIEFS The nineteenth century bids fair to be ciphered outo a a How much longer will tho nd ministration stand behind Mr Gago o o e Senator Beveridges speech was eloquent but after all it was a moro highwaymans plea o a o Tho bubonic plaguo has broken out in Hawaii and Luzon That is the way it goes Them as has gits o e a Why should the government Hid ships when it dons not aid rail ways j when in fact it hampers them o e Mr Hoot declines to ho a cnn didate for Vico President Now Mr Hanna will have to select some ono else o e o And still tho admistration slowly develops its plan to turn over the finances of tho government to n banking syndicate o o o It is rather a now thing to hoar of gallant British defenses Tho oldstories used to dual with gal lant British attacks o o o Tho Qucon of Holland has in vited Dr Loyds to court and treated him to a hot bird and a cold bottle England is accordingly angryon a Tho passage of tho currency bill will cost tho republicans spats in tho Senate from Montana Ne braska Idaho Wyoming and Colorado o a n Thorp is something very suspi cious in tbo visits of Kentucky republicans to Washington and those of government officials to Kentucky at this time o o a Tho marked partisanship of our noblooxocutivohas brought down upon us tho weight of Boor hostil I ity This may moan something in a trado sense in the future a o o Mr Quay claims southern support in return for alleged aid in defeating tho force bill in 1802 but tho record shows that he voted thatJitJ s r t Mo The world is beginning to quoaj tion whether England has not siozed ships belonging to friendly powers as n warning to unfriendly ones to keep away from South Africa If so it is rather hard on her friends o 1 a a rcIKinlothe assurance that tho Republican party would not destroy them Otherwise they must have beenI fools and no one accuses them ofr that a a General Otis leas at last discovered that corruption exists in Ma niln Ho could have learned iit long ago if ho had talked with the representative newspaper monI there o e a It is a curious fact that Repub lan journals nowadays boast that tho Dingle tariff keeps out foreign goods and then claim that tho customs receipts have been in creased o The Treasuryetirill allay the ang er against the favoritism shown to the Standard Oil National bank by depositing 80000000 with other banks The people will furnish the money o a a Admiral Schley is several thous and miles distant from tho spot whore Britain is violating our neutrality and the administration will take good care to koop him whet he is a a a- In the opinion of Attorney Gen oral Griggs the antitrust la never applies to any particular case that may bo submitted to him for action- e e o Tho Chicago river is said to have become much purer since the canal was opened After awhile the people there can eat Chicago water without cooking it first e a e In spite of all the talk about southern lynchings the statistics show that there were fewer in the entire country in 1699 than in any year since 1885 e e e Now it is said that Mr Quay has been caught iu the petty larceny of sending personal telegrams as official business charged to tho government A ROSEfDAVIS THE BlooRsmitIls AND WagonmaRDIS Have no time to write an ad this week but desire to announce that they are still at the old stand and ready and willing at all times to do any work in their line for cash or prompt paying customers Those indebt ed to the firm = =will please be considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts YOUR MAIL ORDERSF- or anything and everything the line of DRUGS SUNDRIES TOILET ARTICLES PERFUMES SOAPS TOBACCOS ClOAnS and Prcacriptton Specialtier gill be pro pUr tUed by ar 1S rite er xbea TOil caw t Bad what TOil want in your own I torn JAS E COOPS DnHtKUt I 1 8M3 1EXLNQTOK KY n v 1 Qft tTa 3 r a EDUCTION S LE 1- = DrA F r = 4 il f Bows YourCnaooBtofflaReffloneu Via rEThe weather is too warm and we can iInotwait rny longer on cold weather r 1 off on every article of CLOTHING rmour house This a great oppor t J tunity to buy goods at about 60 T CENTS ON THE DOLLAR I y E E1VIE1VIJ3EEvery article of Clothing in our J r house is now 25 to 60 per cent higher H2 p ethan when we paid for them and with 3 e out charging you the advance we give = f = you ONEFOURTH OFF I f 3 i pep cent oW25 r wMMB I We have now the finest and larJr gest stock of o rElf OYBCOAISI Ein Kentucky Largest stock of FINE = i g SUITS in Kentucky = 3 onwg j z all of them 1 2Dont miss this sale LOUIS GUS SIBBUS- Leading Clithiirs of Kentucky t88 WA TED 500 E Who owe me on account to call and pay same I need the money and can wait no longer Please do not ask for credit if you owe me on account for I can not and will not grant you credit any longer I have A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE r OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE f and will not be undersoled when I get the cash All taxes due me must also be paid now because to indulge you further hurts us both fallow many will respond to my call I shall wait and sec Doors open from 6 oclock a in to 6 pm Respectfully c i H F PIERATT i I fl1JEI SffOESI have just received the finest lino and greatest variety of LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS fSHOES over brought to the mountains and having bought them before the recent rise In leather I am prepared to save my customers money on Query purchase they make I want tho ladies especially to examine my stock For the price I can show thorn frontlace shoe that is litAworld beator It is indeed a beauty and to tho touch makes ono feel that tho stockRespectfully M ROSE S ROSEDAVID Headqunrteri Ezel Ky REPRESEN- TSSLIWGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO WHOLESALE BOOTS + AND + SHOESHopkini Place BALTIMORE Mo Respectfully solicits a share of the trade oi mountain mtrclunt iTJD PAPERS Clean and Slee for soloF atUUsettcaataeeeata per 189 t 1 cr I A o I ij RRIIOn+ ttorneyazLtxwr W COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY AND BK TURNS PROMPTLY MADE 151 W JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KYa r Reference J Taylor Day Hazel Qreett ranfTixG I81aHERALDJOB aad t e skeagM4 k- rt U TeJiii J I t Ieadaehe-I elder a aarang that tho liver la- TterPld Wsp1o11 More prompt Je Fur a i spelt euro of take Headache and til II- tinrttonblcs HoodJs PittaWhile they r6uso Uio llrcr restore au rtlUwr anion o tho bowels sky do not gripe or pain do not irrltsleor Inflanie the Internal organs 1Fat have n puJliiC th dIed 2jC Mall drugtIsts ur by taa11 or I C L Hood lCo Lovrell Mass j QJm ti Ii I j I JItiE MERAL A FARM JOURNAL 1 ICreat From now to Dec 1903 Offer Nearly 5 Years Byspecial arrangement made j with the publishers of tho FAIm JOOBNAL we are enabled to offer that paper to every subscriber whoI I pays for THE HERALD ono year I ahead for only 100 both papersI j for the price of ours only our pa per one year and the FARM Jouu XAI from now until December f 1903 nearly 5 years Tho FAit 1 JOURNAL is an old established pa enjoying great popularity one 1 of the best and most useful farm papers published This offnr should be accepted without del aJt postmasterin t James Kash of Leo county is visiting Uncle Pres Trimble and lamilycRichmond DBusk is quite ill at i his home on tho Nickell fork of Grassy Judgo G B Swango wont to Frankfort to hear Bryan speak on i TuesdayeDr Mason Kash reports two of Allie Landrums children as being very low with typhoid feerCFloyd Day of Jackson paid Hazel Green a flying visit Saturday I night returning on Sunday Tom May n PS with the Ball Warfield Co Ironton Ohio was a guest of the Day House Tuesday Curt Quicksall visited the family of his father J T Quicksall near Ezel Saturday night and Sunday LOOK OUh for thest signs of blood Hoods Sareuparillu Ii your safeguard It will purify enrich and vitalize your BLOOD Sam Wilson was in town over Sunday and returned Monday to Cauey where he has about a three weeks job of painting J Sam Litterel of Johnson count and Wiley Litterol of Morgan county visited the family of JohuII Davis Friday and Saturday If that tooth of yours needs doc toring you had better see Dr Colyor about it this week as his stay is limited to Saturday night The many friends of Harvo Nick ellof May town will regret to learn that he is dangerously ill of pneumonia Later He died Tues day night Yo T Caskoy nltonded court at Campton on Monday and WillieI Pioratt kopt store for him hisI clerk Grout Lacy being at Frank fort before tho contest boArd Miss Lizzie Pioratt of Ezel isI visiting Judo Gl B Swango andl i wife and Miss Lamm Combs ofr tho same places is visiting her Sister Mrs QtC Daniel As many of our renders are de positors with the Winchester Bonk Winchester Ky it affords usI pleauro to publish a statement of i the condition of that bank which trill be found elsewhere lawyerWashington rears in our columns publishes Valuable copyrighted book entitloJI CaveatTradefcetion with Decisions in leading patent cases A copy will be sent ffree to any addrtlta et t I v ILLICIT STILL Depaty AttHMateea CollectorsG capturedauin dwollingtwo the0thoutfits sectionThethatthewas chimnotho pipoanda culvert to the branch about to yards from tho house destroyedby theShepherdnt adrinkliftingthemalt and asking what itwas were told it was a lot of dampened corn dryGoingnoticed a ditch leading to the house and asking what that meant they were told it was a ditch to drain the water from tho house Becoming more suspicious of illicit game they descended to the collar and the result was the capture of a full distilling apparatus The formal announcement of A Howard Stamper of Wolfe Co appears in this issue Vo have i known Mr Stamper for several 1 and without disparagement 1 to other able and worthy Democrats of the district who may seek the honor of bearing the partys standard in the next congressional t contest we can say without hesita tion that Mr Stamper is tho peer a any in personal merit and ability Wolfe county has never had yieldedhisother for the sake of harmony 5 and thosuccoss of tho party and i it would seem that now they ore to favorable consideration From what wo have learned of Mr Stampers early life it has been of unremitting toil in the faco of discouragements that would have overwhelmed a loss daunt less heart Step by step he has hewn his way until at the ago of mature manhood nerved and strengthened by unceasing effort ho stands without a stain on his escutcheon It is of such men that atesnwn are made Powell County or News M Sad Coincidence Uncle Elisha Chambers and his son Squire Newton Chambers L of Stillwater arrived from Torrent with the remains of their son and brother Jeff Chambers who died in the Indian Territory December 10 Ho was buried temporarily in the Territory while the widow and j in children returned hero to arrange for the final interment Just one year ago the deceased came hereon a funeral errand bringing the bodies of his wife and two children who had died in tho Indian Terri tory Ho remained a few weeks and on returning to his western j home took with him Miss Swango j sister of his deceased wife as his bride Now she has brought his body back from the Territory for burial at his old home and with his surviving children will remain here The store of Wm Clark Son near Hoxol Green was closed on attachment recently and subsequently many of tho goods were claimed uy the creditors who got an order of delivery and took back the goods nut there remains a i large quantity of the goods in the hands of Deputy Sheriff Pie ratt who holds thom subject to- orders I from Henry S Wood receiver for the United States court- There is quite a list of creditors amount of the and the aggregate liko 0000 debt foots up something or 7000 The Clarks we understand will bring suit for damages Its Record of remarkable cures ril Sarsaparilla has become the floods prominently In ono true blood purifier the public eye Get only hoods LHoodJs Pills are tho best toraily cntbarlIc nut liver medicine 25c TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Ail ruqbtl refund aoe ekes Lifall toI cure 2bc Tkegell eacb tablet 0 TO SIMPER REX OF CAMPTOX Dear sir again Igreet you IB these my simple rhyme OQ my arrival back to town From other far ofTclluies Four weeks Ive pent at Coney My dally tsk to ply For where there work Im bound to be And busy as a fly Then I came oer to Grassy Creek And worked three weeks or more Then tumbled back to Hind Green Alt oer with mud galore And there remained till Monday Within the dear old place Then pulled my freight for Caney whero Theres a woman in the case But enough of this Ill write no more And from the east to west Just tell them that youve heard from me And they will know the rest SAM WILSOX W T Swango has his farm advertised for sale in this issue of getsitKentuckyIttho finest town in Eastern Ken tucky with the best school churches etc The land is rich + most of it being bottom land and on the wholo the place is one of KentuckyIti and those who contemplate purchasing should call and look it over The more he looks the more ho will like it The meeting at tho Methodist church continues with unabated interest and is QUO of the most interesting religious revivals ever held in Hazel Green Rev Mr byLncloand two others by the name ofJohn- son 410ld time religion and sanctification are characteristics of the meeting and on nearly every occa ion of some eoul iP made manifest by shouting It is needless to say that with ca h meeting the house is packed to itf capacity and as long as tho same interest manifests itself the nicer ing will be continued On Sunday last a son of GreenI Taulbe js who lives on Sebo Walter furor fellor was thrown from a mule and had his loft cheek split open by tho fall Dr SilostI kash was called to dress the wound and eays the cut extended from the left eye down to and through tho lip It took 8 or 10 stitches- to i close tho wound Ifyour horse or mule hasa lump bunch bone spavine curb splint any like ailment go to JohnI Rose and get a bottle of Quinns Ointment whichwill remove the obstacle tf Notice for Claimant NOTICE is hereby given that on Jan nary 8 1900 at the residence of Jobii Shepherd nt Camptoo Ky I Belted a 100 gallon copper still cap worm stud 7r fermentera the same having been usedI violation of eections 3WO to 3200 US US toy person or persons claiming said property may appear within SO dn1 from date hereof and execute bond in tbe penal sum of f25000 otherwise the propertywill be sold as the law directs Given under my hand this January 10 1900 H W ATRC SOY D C uHullll QfiprifPo o Sale for Taxes By virtue of taxes due the Sherlffof Wolfe county for yenta 189309 I will on Monday February 5 1900 It being county court day between the hours of 9 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door in the town of Carapton Ky expose M public sate for cash in hand the following real estate or so much thereof UIt mar be neces sary to satisfy the taxes and costs towit District No 4J H Trimble BOil acres adjoining the lands of Thos Turner forth year 189J Tu and cot 81747 District Xo JY M Thomas 17IO acres adioinini the lands of Thus Turner for the year 1899 Tax anal cOltl f1S3J District No 8if IrlIlIeya1l acre of land adjoining the lands of II and John Bradley for the year 1808 Tax and coat 17DUtrlct No 8Ylbert Moore M acres of land adjoining the lands of Kldrfdge Cable for the year 1898 Tax and cost J3SO District No IYear 1899 Traders De posit flank one louse and lot In the town of Campion Kr Tax and cot 281 1 District No 4 Mclormlck H F75arcs of land adjoining the lands of Newt Town tend for the year 1698 Tux and cost 1t1 r District No Perroella Fisher 858 acres of land adjoining the lands of That Turner for the year 1898 Tax and cost lfl46 District No 4F Ii Qufaenberrya beln- 1762 acres of land adjoining the Janus W L Bush for the years 1893 and 16 5840IT COMBS S W C SEVERAL JEKSONS FOR WANTED Office Managers In this state to represent 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written ituar atilm to euro r rafinJ tby run orUlC f lilt M tTnr IstlarrlAfQOClevlaaedhl A HOFFMAN SON MANAGERS MT STERLING KY IWHOFFIUIANPIERATT 1ldQflIfitigiy17 FIRE COMPANIES REPRESENTED LrLonns negotiated and nil business of the mountains solicited HD OF AlL KINDS NEATLY AND FIJ4fpJTrYmi g 1L I 3R anti promptly donont this office SEND NOwlllnndroneelN aQ UIUIIIP CAIINtT1U91IIElIMACKINlbhleleany11 Is- on a 01 1 TapILWnMhIle ueeeiand TBI eatinsr Biaaiis amasLa or p7 Special OIler Price 1550- yehlaelarIvnr afnl vtlbi i Und and tbe trttgbt will VeSuKretj oomll Sift ITTNItl aHXTNS THAI In JODrowalloman4111 rttarn jrour Mwy d roll are sot ued wu a satrwwoe1y aa I IItlPOII0 hutlttorthtejaerauiCNltrataalcalnMUMCtitUvM SO u atH y JfTeclat RURII slat parts Tao BcncT or tart ttmd flub il Bialifr a Amrrin 2 Tnm tlevial MattrUl mtmtf leuby SOLID QUARTER SAWED OAK H- IUIDS CtfggarJgSftSclo- ndibMddropplDfftrvm slabl to be and M a estr ltkl a4I I r4wklb oUxroptowllti lull Unetb Ubl and hrsd la bUetfM lnSi 1 SQ hoesdaoddaontednblbetnthanatatckel dnwsrpuiILrauonfoar ra14fsadlaetabltreadbtraulnstm7thlraletand yMNIsr1Yqte al Idpoallntour tDOUoD ted Hif threadantelbntlnRSbutnNtaatla s4ltutablbMonpaentknlonllbuatordeprovadloonawba1 a4JanZ pakDi dnu KUArd Mel I IWh erN11 MaW sae Istaar H1Illrlwd OUARtNTEED atloc II IIeldnulrldusbls1Mii U fnkkr and our lrae Io atrUCUoABook NtbutbownynnsesarunIianddoeUtupbtnotayl- tndof tneypork tte Tnt1IltYrbIpentwetbererymae lne- r UM u4 tMU lltUii iU eonMrlt lttiNOTlIlNGIT COSTS YOU thou your lrtkrer stl at Ita11 td ascM and eau It oowvlsed tics yon aruavtnt Was la Noao pal you lnlahI Snot th 10eu Eea1Tvs TO ancu yeta IIMaHbGelJ If aa coontAnronrd inInblY4toy s hot saueeW DQMT DXIULT W4m SEARS ROEBUCK is CO Inc Chicago III JAY EYE IEE EU1M- n J I Coat illcUory Grove Farm horse of JaylvyeHeoi laiclno Win nays After try IDK every known remedy 1 removed a large Jlunch of two ycnro atanuInK from a3ycarola nily with three application of lQuinns Ointment It Is the belt preparation I have czar erred or kof I heartily recommend It to all horsemen 4 Ht hart AumJrrdi of lueA UiHmonlali rIco 81 30 perFnekatr Braallcr die U erat a A your dru font Ihodoeanotkeephwew- lllarndprepaklonrerelptnf W D RIJDY 4 CO WIiItcbnII rte Addrte N V- uwuaun TRY IT 4 nenMaeureuas sus z WHITEHALL KHEPMATIC JZKn The IItUt andmtheehesiclemJlleyle ree Bon mention ut this publication WJIlTE 11 HALL MEGBIMtE CO South Bend Indiana ofGREENE EMBRY CO TK Live Stock CO18S1Oli Morchan CINCINNATIII STUCK UH BktMMl itiiHI WfI ILL It rji I j tD 61 g f Ji- c M rtL v r SO YOU GET UP BACKISidney Trouble Makes You Miserable newsIAlmost everybody who reads the papers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedyIt cal triumph of the nineteenth century discovered after years of byDrnent kidney and bl1dIder specialist I wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trouble and Brlghts Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot isI not rec i ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be Lund just the remedy you nc d IIt has been vested In so many ways In hospital work in private practice nmonfIh helpless too poor to purchase provM s cscful In evry ense that a Rr+ nl arrrn rT has been made by which all readers d tlui raper who have not air aiy trJ it ray have a sample bottle sent free by mail aso a book telling more about Sw mpRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or Maddc trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and rand your address to Ill Dr Kilmer Co Blnc hamton N Y The liver regular fifty cent and iiomnnf swMtp1toot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists 00 UNTY iXIlWSI NOTES o JWToi insure ui riliuii AM enrrcsAx bySlondny1 a y that nearby tin Monday innrnini r IOur currlJ 1111 Ill t art derelict in duty and wo waul to sat but hniorfirtli they nill nut reeoivo impers exeept fur the week they havu news letter Ue ore ikpeiidenL upon them for the news and nheii they full ti + n i irig favorc Cliey put DM In Crest incoiiveniftuo u laving a Groat Run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy Munai or Martin of tin IMTSOII drug storo informs us hut ho iH braving u grunt runt on ham llbnr luinH Cough Remedy Hi nills1 iivo hottltH of Unit miMlioim 10 OliO of any othor kind nnd it gives grout ntiHfnelion In tho I days of la grippe HUTU iin nothing like i ClmmbyrlainH Cough Itonnuly to I IlitI the cough hPUI up the sore tlirout and lungs nod give roHcf 3 withinI n veryshort tinei Tin1 HiilH antKniwini nml till who try it arc plwisod with its prompt no tion South Chicago Daily Calu toot 1uI sumo llIy I ITI Day Drug gist I tnole Hull NMkll flft taw Xiok ell fork of Jrnswy lustI trolksold to lofT Coopor of Magoirui orally n nuiro 11 lilttolt for 7i + cash in f hunt and MrI Cooper paid situ 150 Lo th livi r it to him ill Mn ffollln county Iht loll iis liy W TI Suangos lackJ null was foaled list May It is ono of the finest Hpcoimons of the alum family over seen in this 1IIkII ada and we doubt vary much if Ithe blur gross f OIltltlyCIUt prodiuo an equal to it uortainlyi not n superior The Eagle Klijn ut AU Birds is noted for its kec n sight clear and distinct vision So ore tthose persons who use Sot horlnnds Kaglo Eye Salvo for weal eyes ntyos Rare eyes of may kind or granulated lids Sold Il y nil dealers at Lfx Jolts MI Uoso returned bunt Mt Sterling Tuesday nndsays tho market was about till same asi last mouth Fat stock solda little hotter perhaps but there was no change in stock cattle Tho horse nnd niuio market however was Iwttor and a good deal of trading was dono in that class Stock hogs wore rather a glut on till market nnd those disposed of wont at dis count pricey Vfoak Epee Am Made Strong f dill vision made clear styes rc Vi ovod and granulated lidsl or soro oyoA of troy kind speedily and olVec tiuillv Cured by Ithe use of Suthor landn Eagle IKyi Salvo its put up in tubes and sold on a guaran too by all good druggists a rMrR Ida Kash wife of Dr Me Olollan Kash of Salyorsvillo wns the guest of V Dr Silns Kush nod- trifo Saturday night Slip was en ronto to Maytown to visit hor K ltiv father Alox Patrick and family of i L d H ilnytown v t t 1 l 1t 1 i f rJ tr 1 t l I r t t I rl rcr r Bank Report l llcport of the condition of the Wfnchrster Dank of Wlnchoitcr Ky ht the close of business December 30 1819 UAHII1TIKS- CapHnl Stock 100000 00 Individual Deposits 117001 25 Tax Account liiaaO 2 Surplus Fund 3080 06 Profit and Loss 2119 IS Due Hanks 3304 89- IlentAocounti 350 00 542iTS 7i- 1tt9OUfCRS Loans rind hrounuSOIO 32 flue from l1atlkllOaadi 79 Casl 361101 51t tat 2CS i Heal EstatehC3i uIOHie Vault ami Fixtures I S9Stoeks 1ti5110 ItlVIIIIIH Slllllllll TSO1- 1SIltpel1e se i 1 Overdrafts 1351 UI JJii 27- II N II Wltlicrspoon President of the above named Hank do solemnly swenr that the above sliiUMiiiMit iiii true to the heft of III p knowledge and belle N II WlTllKlistOON President Subsrrllied and supra to belnre me De eenilier30 1SIM lUFfs IlSti X IP MyI CoiiiiuiMdon expires IImh 13 lt 00 Correct Attest J W Joxsos W M MITNKII Direeturs W D STKOIH i Head our great oHor n KNOWS EVERY LOG IN TOWF Former Lightningj Calculator of the Treasury Can Tell the Ownership of Washington Cnrs the titan who knows everybody and the way to every place ill the town whore ho lives iis quite com mon Hut tliMr IB a man in Wash inton who was horn and raised hero as the native Washiigtonian speaks it who knows everybodys dog and the dogs noon Ho will stand on a corner and point them out as they travel hither and you Ho was in trout of Willards the other day Whoa a cur of low de gree poked his nose around till corner Rays the Now York Sun doghoalso lprides himself upon knowing a good doal about everything in Washington RiluylogI Jim Kileys dog dont wear anyIn collar replied the authority Cause that dog wears a Colln- itH I no Hign hon Jlorinh Wilkins I logl No tliatfl BO Hut Heriahfl dog has got n goitre in his nock ftixl is a little oil in ono eye The authority whistled to th e cur hail when ho cattle up famil iarly the authority showed hi friend the marks of Mr Vilkini dog This led to a hot that tin authority could name tho owner of every dog that passed the corner and in HO minutes lit called the ownership of fourteen lead of frI as testimony1 of his claim t follow the dogs homo I Itmayhav been a Mull but people who know say it wasntt Not only dos In declare that he knows these ttiling but he ollers to wager Ithat hIllIt toll the ownership of the dogs by their burl This man was at one ttimeI known as the lightning r of tli treasury department and now Il1I dogs for a livolihnod I thus been demonstrated repeat wily in every state in lhl Tnion and in many foreign countriesI thatI Chamberlains Cough Homedy iis tu certain preventive and cur 1 for croup It hits become the univer sal remedy for that disease MI V Fisher of Liberty Wa onlyI repeats what has been Raid around1 the globe when ho writes 1 have usod Chamberlains Cough Rem oily in my family for several years slid alwaysI with perfect success NVo believe tthat it iis not only tilt best rough remedy butI that it iii- ia is sure euro for croup It has savedI the lives of our children a number of times This remedy is for sale bylTI 1 Day Druggist To Whom It Way Coiicoru Notice Iis hereby fivcn that on No vonilwr IS ISMi at rt ideiuc rat luifc lliihli + near KiiiiiiMtlc IIvy I Mitvl Iigallons of apple homily one still cip nail copper for violation of Section lt8I cad aIM K S V S Any person or persons claiming tail1I daytrotspenfllIIcum of 20 00 otherwic th property will be Sold as the law directs This December lath I SOD II W ATKKSOS D n yANTKI SKVKUAL PKHSOXS fillDistrict Ofllco Managers in this stot surrotuldIIIgpayable weekly Desirnblu etnploymunt l with unusual importunities References ex chnuccd Enclose selfaddressed stnmped I envelope S A PA11K 320 Cnxton Hiilld rig Chicago 2CCm r i h1L 11 Ya f wit t 571- l FOR SALE 1J la Ja mtl Near Hazel Green 000 0Ieiring to change my plnce of resi dence Iotler my farm adjoining the town of Hazel Green at private sale fur limited time 1200 ACRES Nearly all ofwhich is in n good state of cultivation 100 acres being rich buttons 1 land j Large Two Story Dwelling justbeenTwo Ii riOtlln stock barns and all neces spry outbuildings Tliore is a Good Orcluml anti a never hailing well nt the house IIII Kentucky1tI I nearly new and Vill bo Sold at a Bargain For further information sec or write to WSSWAXOO Hazel Green Ky u GIVES STRENGTHt ANDVIGOR ihl t SO Days TrialThe uinrrrlim power einrted br ray metric llwll nnd AppliancesInducre tilt to ofT r It to lutTprtna run In tIIIJ + Trial tIOrll11Iln nut r that tt wlllcurn and that JTIHI will if Inillr pay for tluutenof It To men who hose twttrreil thnlr rtotuicti with drugs 1 want theralooixrclixt their JuilKrmvnt and consider that Klcctrlclty l tlii KriiitoKt power eehaterertci on current inits IKo nml force Into myNewTroublIArirLltevitalityWLAF rl POL2 t3O DASyou will then rcnlitn whrl hrn each cnnflitxnra lloed168tlloonlllllltodatoreureloperInventorhlOO Mich CHAS W BUCHANAN PRACTICAL iCC fC Tj tJ r4 r c EW+ rQ l t lr r r i QI r T eJ L s rO su toIrepairing of all kinds and satis faction guaranteed respectfolly appreciated rfJSOrdors taken for Ladies Y slid Gouts Fine Footwear storeIi Ky Fine Farm ItoSr TiJO 1 Having tlctermineil to locate at 111 I 1I privlltoIcounty Ky containing 8 acpes10 ogres of which isi timber land of goo quality On the place iis a modern 5 room rosi deuce anti nil necessary outbuildings Ia never failing well of tine water n storeroom IHxiM1 feet with full length ware room along side vf AN ORCHARD 4 S Sof 40 Young Treest1 rrprosentini covornl varieties of fruit isi 1nos I retenuesSchooluneigltlHtrhtntrli I sobriety etc BfflK SlOOOOO WILL BUY IT af anil the terms be made to suit any reasonable purchaser P M LONG or SPENCER COOPER hazel Green Ky GET NOTIIILAU9 OatnlnKeabale 9 V A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR A Limited Special Offer Which Will Last for Ton Days Only Genuine Pomona Diamonds have n world wide reputation It Is almost Impossible to distinguish them from emiiiic diamonds cutting hundreds of dollars ench They are worn Ity the best people We will for word a tjKMlNK POMONA DlAMOND mounted in u heavy tiiiir pin or stud to receiptafprireplQOcactiherrings settings are made of one continuous piece of thick shelled gold nail tire warranted nut to tnrni h tipefiii coiiiliination otter for ten days only WilL mid stud sent to address iinnii receipt ot1I10 Send for cata logue In oidering rinc give linger measure iiient lII v using 11 piece ofIIlrlnglIlo full particular Address pliilnly TllK IOMOXA Co 11811183 Ilrodwuy New York OUIN A KAMI h- ATTORNEY at LAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will practice In the court of Wolfe and the adjoining counties and nttcnd promptly to rnllretionseatrastrd to him i ci 1131 I I jtJL1 1iR1 I I I Tg IllOllEBS Jlurs rios Oiler TTtliirir tor the Lawn nod inrden fullstock uf Fruit and Oriuiiiieiitii Trees J rape Small Fruits A pariiiiis Shrubs mill everything kept In such an establish ment W r employ no ngents Descriptive catalogue on IIF1111IENMEi hI Telephone 270 Icxiniion Ky v MIST OF WATCHES We carry in stock I STIESIji Solid Xickol open face Watches fancy dial at 500 plnindiadyoar14huntingWaltlwtn im vomonts- Goldfilled open face warranted Compnnys11ntches I oldfilled u Par hunting eases I Walthani moviMiicntt J1 7r l 2illSilid Gold Walthani Watches 1 2200 tto n55501 FRED J HEINTZI Manufacturing Ifwplor LEXINGTON KY 1ITnB llluslralea ISflfiuSIIeq iII iis hiijterhly illustnited monthly the xllllslIIIj and SiMitiiiicntiil Stdof Kciiliirky h iis inililiolicilI at luiiisville liy Yriuxtiiu tv Iiitsiiitnlt nt 1 cMIi a yiiir if vim hnven i I 11111It for a trille nitre than the price of your home paper If you will renew or send us n cash siihseription 1 111 we will send yon this paper and the I liirKriATii 1 KnsTiiKiAN both po tpaid for our year Address SIKNcrK COOITK laurel iriMii Ky JT Dav driiijcist guarantees every bottle nininlierhiiiiNCiitiKli Keiiiedyniidwllli re fund the money to any one wlm Is nut sat istied after using two tlfinU of the contents IIIrlJlIHI eolith nllillih pleasant and safe to tithe It prevents any tendency of n cold to result I In pneumonia No IIItillsI I 1joIllIlhl il l lII MRS S B KASH I Fashionable liIillincfIHAZEL GREEN KY j J I I J- i II ICE HARTRELD HiiiiliiiartiTs Sit SlrrlliiK Ky j jmImslorsGUGCENHEIRflER CoIYNCHHtHtS VA- Imporlers and Jobbers of Dry Goods No nutnufncturetheInntstuidOveralls secIIIIIIYour pnltlnoeavotroubleU F PIEHATT D S 0 1rld 0 rr W HEa-A i Book forYoung and Old OUR KA RECORD i EsUL 1878 K 250000 is DISEASED MEN CURED K j WE CURE 6 h NERVOUS y BLOODSKIN ff g SKINPRIVATE PRIVATEDISEASES i k 7 asoooo CURED I Stfvlicnt oqttCrucntntultIInol Jot- I Iho I ttttrlbto f torulrl traa7 l j lIti11IIarllAeeiiraujJI1JJOWIIl I1110lltrare you P1rry In tnr P scat con I rIIIlTUE1tI1 t I a t fnltiri vithyouonnccnuntof IIny Teak 11114 rnuerl ty early abueo or later ex l lIno Fou been Ilrll Ct1 IT latittouttoyItharettlteoftlunerimrsnn t4 out hmrour IW 1111 TTllulrltl lT+ I I l will llOithcl emo you it I tbrIi I IjtAltAllm CUIlE I tsl tIIt NO lAY 4l Vie wear and earn1510 S t r OIEkrnhTllllllLAIJDER1z11 CURES GUARANTEED Tim Vnges of Sin rent fire br rnrieing Ye ftaml CON IITATIOi IIr I It I I if nun to to enll write for llOUErullrtiuaTDR9j- 1 i KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET I I CINCINNATI O I The New York World ThriceaWeek Edito ALMOST A DAILYAT THE PRICE Of A WEEKLY The most widely circulated wtelly newspaper ill America is theTlirlcea Wtir edition of The New York World and tilt4 the Presidentiiil campaign now at hand of eannot do without it Here one some of lit reasons why it Iis easily the lender In dollw a journalismIt other day and is titH purpose n deity Every week each subscriber receives pages andI often during thebusysetot 14 panes each week I he price is pulp 100 per year It is virtually a tinilyat the price ofi weeklyIts covers every known part oftli world Nweekly ncwspnixr could itui1 alone and tornili sarherniri The Tlirieen Week Vorld hnsatitsdii Pocttl niluf the resniirees of the rultlt l newspaper in eslstenee tin under of mod ern joimialiMii Amerieii i icitc t DIrt ij termedIbeNraett itnpartiilIhcI l Irrsiiletit enniiaiiii cnihinv on The best ofeurrent Jletinn is amid mitt I eoltininsTheie nfl only sunn utllhl rrasoni thtrt nrr nihers llrinl it and M iheiil idl We oflVr this unrmiilfll nivspipfrul Tin II vi iinN I IMIAIIIit together onto r fur liM I InII l II I I InnpurelllllCIIrlrJn writeI V Monev to patent Cnod ideas may heiHUred lht our aid The Patent Iteeord Httltloortj Md 1 Ah aaV HAZEL GREEN- ACADEMY The fourteenth annual sea Mon of Hael been Academy will begin on JIONi11ePtI thuroughdi1 1 Princlpnl1IurlI LY V V V V7 rl 1 VY G7 3T 9 1 PAT 1 TSTROBTAINED DESIGNS COPYRIGHt DEMARII t 1 FREESotlcuT Chargtf Tralt1 No foe till patent iaeetated lettern strictqconRdcntial AddrosJ- SICGERSE C Palant Laster Warhington 0t T J TAYLOR DAY Wholesale and Retail dealer In General Merchandise imm Real Estate o J Also President Hazol Green Tj and Driving Part Association WOff Formers Exchange vJI i i fa