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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t h r- y 4 y TI1EHAZEL GREEN HERALUr i S Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORellr= FIFTEENTH YEAR 48SA 8rFSCBK owner ami EditorTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 assn TKAR Advance i MI uIijiigI I RB Latest Spring stuIeSIg I have just returned from Cincinnati where I purchased a line uf TRIMMED AND- UNTRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS Rc which are of the latest patterns lord up todat in all respects Tin ladies of Hazal Green and vicinity are requested to call and examine my sto- ckDRESSMPtRINC a In connection with my MILLINERY STORE I have a line of dress trim mines including shirt waists shirt waist goods etc etc and am prepared to fit Bud stake dresses in the latest styles and do all kinds of sewing In both departments I am prepared to sell very cheap nnd guarantee satisfac tion in all cases MRS F N DAY I KE HARTF1ELD Hciuliiiinrtcru Mt Sterling Kj ItEIUESK- STSCUCGENHEIMER Co LYNCHBUUG VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods No tions and Fancy Goods We manufacture the well known HBATSALL Pants and Overalls Hold your orders until you see him i r0oooooaooooo00000oooooqr IICASII s of lCASHI m I Igive special attention to collections ooaoaoaooooaoaoaoooaoooooooaoooo 1hnd t t 3 j ti6t t WINCIIESTKU KY N H WITHEUSPOOX President It D IIUKTKK Cushier Paul up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits time accounts of mer chants farmers traders and businessmen generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oflers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the Ii III Itof egltlinate IlI1IIkinaoet18l J W Ciivviix W M L KASH KRAVEN 5 RASH 4 OJCOFPINStimes which will he sold on the most rea termsMrKash will act as funeral direc tor and furnish coffin and hears upon re questSoliciting the public patronage we are respectfully etc CRAVEN d KASH w If V I 1 A LYONJJR f leading Insurance Agent tj KentuckyI JacksontIc 4 esJ COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0 RiY To insure correspnlldellce 11 nntthatI morning Our dutyandtheywillpapers except for tho week they have news letters nwdependelltwhen they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE Mrs1 W Taulbee spent Monday with Mrs M1 J Oncy LideTaulbeeI 0111toMrs J A Taulbop who has been visi iting in Breathitt for n week or ten days pa= t returned home Friday Jack frost took breakfast with us one mnrninc last week and it consisted of beans cucumbers and potatoes Incidentally learned that Uncle Ro inns waQ in town Saturday inquiring who Susie Sunbeam was Wo hope ho did not learn for he might go out a gleaning againMrs flora Swnnco wont to the station Saturday to meet her dear sweet precioij one Dr Ova Swaneo who limns been n tending a medical college at Louisville for sometime Undo Ristus Brooks cut two of his fingers with an ax while tryintr to fix a crate Ho says that it is a bad time to be crippled but accidents always happen in tho wrong time mid in tho wrong place Wo attended Sunday school at Pays bomSunday it is ono of tho most flour ishing schools wo ever attended there being about ono hundred and fifty pen ale present and nil seemed to he greatly interested in the work We anticipate going back again soon Time Sunny Side tribe spent Sunday nt II H Swangos it being his birthday and also the birthday of your writer Isis good wife and daughter Miss Mollie had prepared one of the nicest dinners for tho occasion that it has been our lot to see in n long time and to say that we enjoyed ourselves would bo putting It lightlyMay 7 SUSIE SUNBEAM SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Mrs D B May is now on the sick listLanford Craft is suffering with a boil on his right hand B F Cecil and wife of Consolation took dinner at the Springs Sunday II M Cecil and wife of Stillwater were visiting in this neighborhood last week Harrison and Harmon Swango attend ed the sale at Mrs John Cravens Satur dayMiss Josephine Gosel who has been at the Springs for sonic time left Sunday for her home at Salem IL A McKee agent for the McCor mick mowers was interviewing our farm ers Inst week- J F Cecil and wife of Grassy spent from Friday until Sunday visiting relatives at this place Quito a crowd of friends gathered in Sunday and assisted Harmon Swango to pass his fortysixth birthday oil very pleasantly May 7UNOGILLMORE GLEANINGS Jeff Brewer had some fence burned the 2nd inst Hero comes Uncle Remus again with another little batch of news Howard SQener and wife of Still water are visiting Mrs Widow Tom Spencer Lindens little boy got his arm Logan but is getting broken the other day along very well his fine jack to J M Ely hRS swapped for a Robt Motley of Morgan county fine stallion Curtis Spencer accidentally put Mrs sometime since out with a fork her eye deal of pain and is still suffering a great Susie Sunbeam of tb Sunny Side ran how and read newspapers take a seat any untIl after the and other good literature election visit Hazel Green Masonic Ye Lodge scribe will A M No 607 Satur has not night Godin lodge for bl8 two helpert anU half REMUSMaythe Courier TilE HERALD ono year and tbe Farm Journal ODe yllf 100- oarna All three for for five years MORCAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT Mrs T M1 Leo has been quite sick tho past week Corn planting is about over in this section T M Lee und wife visited Cnl Cundiff mold family Sunday verylittleH F Cclll1lldwife visited the fancily of Undo parry Swango Sunday Mrs John Taulbee has been very sick I for a few days is better at this writing Dr W S Govcdon will preach at this place next Sunday Everybody invited Como one come all Win Wallace and wife visitedI Grant Nickell and family from Saturday until Sunday evening Ligo Ulllnkcn hip went to Daysboro to church Sunday Ligo iis very careful about fallen Mort Cecil went up by hero Sunday at high lonesome I guess he was going to Daysboro to meeting S II Khun and wife began house keeping at last on the farm of Mrs Wains father Geo Oldfield The writer paid Daysboro a flying visit Saturday but didnt find the road in good condition for a buggy Some unknown person tried to enter the residence of lines use on lust Sat urday night but as the occupants wore easily awakened no devilment was done Monroe Gevedon of Grassy Lick passed through here Friday footback with a gun on his shoulder Methinks he was on his way homo from Frank fortMiss Mollie Swancoaccompanied by Lanford Craft passed throtu h hero Sunday They seemed tu be enjoying their ride Mr Lanford looked like he had let a bird loose The news has just reached us of tho death of Willie Vest which occurred at his home on Fills branch May 2i10p0 Though our loss is heavens gain We extend our sympathy to bereaved com panion and orphans j may they follow the foot steps of tho husband and father that they may some day meet where parting will be no more May 7 EINNIM MAYTOWN MISSIVES Tho click of tho corn planter is now heard in tho land Mr and Mrs Lee Hall now occupy rooms at Mr Curtins Miss Lizzis Hylton was in town Satur day last shopping- Mr and Mrs Jordan Wills have been quite sick for some time Born to the wife of John Oakley Friday the 4th a handsome girl Miss Lizzie Henry from tho country attended church hero last Sunday idiot Susie Sunbeam como often Your letters are always bright and newsyMr and Mrs Ova Swango passed through Maytown last Saturday en route home tram McCauley Little Rosco Boman of Stillwater is spending a few weeks with his grand parents at this place Mrs Curtis Lacy of Hazel Green was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Leo Patrick last Thursday Mrs Emma Trimble and sister Mrs Nickell paid their parents Mr and Mm Wills n pleasant visit last week Uncle Dick Bolcn one of our oldest and best citizens has been confined to his room for some time with 1 la grippe Mrs Rilda Day of Hazel Green way visiting in town last Sunday She was accompanied by her son Willie of Mt SterlingMisses Annie Eaton and Maud Black well visited time beautiful little town of Hazel Green last Saturday and report an enjoyable time Died Sunday morning at 2 oclock Miss Lorena Ingram She was a worthy and accomplished young lady Wo extend our sympathy to the entire family Rev Pike nnd Sister Ellen Swnngo preached ua three very interesting ser mons last Saturday and Sunday They returned Sunday evening to Hazel Green Girls what about your flowers I would like to have a boquet from your yard or garden and would send ono in return as my yard Is now in a cluster of beautiful flowers With my beat wishes for Tar HKRAID and correspondents including the editor and his better 1 I will close for May 7- LEOLENB GRASSY CREEK Farmers are hustling this week Born to the wife of Lee Rose n girl Esa Brewer was taken very ill Sunday with lung trouble- D S Jackson made a flying trip tr Magoffin Saturday Crockett Pack and wire were visiting on Long branch Sunday Married May 6th Miss Ida Oldfield and Bruce Lewis We wish them a long R Y willtonrarfuturegivingtheMrs lames H McGuire nnd daughter are visiting Mrs Josh DeBusk who is on the sick list Miss weroisitinlof Gilimorc on Sunday Kelly Nickell and Misses Mary Rose and Hester Bishop attendedchurch and Sunday school at Leo City on Sunday May 8 CAUMA BREATHITT COUNTY JACKSON JINGLES Infant child of Mr mind Mrs Robert galley died Friday night Finley Fogg of West Liberty was in our midst last week Tho McCormick school now has an enrollment of 110 and all arc progressing nicely Rev Logan and wife have returned and the new church will bo dedicated next Sabbath Tho contest nt S P IIC Iwill be held on Friday night of May 25th the musicale May 26thand tho baccalau reate sermon May 27th Ye scribe recently took n boat ride J1urllt1amIMellon up to tho mouth of Quicksand nenrlnnd on the way wo saw a woman plowing a mule on n steep hillside with a lamb following her while an old man and three small boys played cards under a big tree near by Wo never heard such terrible swearing May 8 LoniiAiNix MACOFFIN COUNTY LICKBURG LACONICS Rev J D Bayes preached on Ilnffalo Sunday Mules and horses are in good demand now at fair prices Iho sheep trlulo seems to bo tho cry now in the place of cattle Miss UhOlln Cooper is visiting her sister on Elk creek this week The measles are raging very severe in this neighborhood at present Wo organized good Sunday school last Sunday with good attendance Circuit court convcns at Salycrsvilo next Monday i about three murder casca on docket for this court Ollie Lacy of White Oak prod a pleas ant visit to his best girl on Elk creek last Satuardny and Sunday L 0 Baycs and his norm Leonard left here tho other day with a fino bunch of mules and ono good saddle horse Tho new store at this place has been doing good business for tho past few months with J P Salycr ns salesman Wishing tho Hazel Green IlniAU much success also the Hazel Green acad emy all the success that it can attain to Win Phipps returned from Virginia tho other day with hit sister where ho has been visiting relatives for a short timeI could not do without tho good old HKIIAU any longer HO Isent in my subscription lust week and thought I would write n few lines for this weeks papaL C Baycs of Menifco formerly of this county bought n fino horse of Dr F M Bayes of Pnintsvillo for 120 and sold him at Mt Sterling last month for 110 Johnny Baycs went to Pin Hook tho other day to secure a job of work but failed mind has been calling on the girls the remainder of this week Lookout girln on Elk creek for the young man they call Tad MayJ GITEHB If you want all tho news local and foreign a daily and two weekly papers send tin six dollars and wo will see that you receive for ono year The Morning KentuckyStock Mrs Ida Cecil who has been confined to her homo ever since she conic from Virginia her attending physician DrMcClellan Kash as being some bettor Great opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary of 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroy or in the country Send stamp Amori can Mfg Co Terre Haute hid tf There has come to our office n combi nation match box and striker issued Ifrom the office of E G Slg erR one of the lending patent lawyers of Washington D CRev E K Pike will preach at Good wins chapel on Sunday morning nt 11 oclock and in time afternoon at 280 oclock Mr and Mrs John II Rose made a flying visit to Campion Monday Mrs Leo Caskey and Miss McGuire were in town shopping Tuesday y t J Y IFOUR DOLLARS FOR ONE THE HERALD 1 year 100 Published every Thursday- COURIERJOURNAL 1 year 50 Published Twice n Week FARM JOURNAL 5 years 2QO Monthly until Deccmer 11OJ Total subscription 400 JfiOO will bring you nil thrco if you solid tho money to mo Respectfully etc- SlKNUEll COOIIJU =E S Itowinnn representing tho Crad dockTerry Co wholesale boots nnd shoes Lynchbnrir Vn was hero Satur lay interviewing our merchants and n guest of tIll Day House John M1 Rose has tIll finest lino of footwear over seen in Hazel Gicni to which ho invites an inspection dlllinIsIr iui 5 notice All IIBWOMH Indebted to thin late Samuel thattheyrerlyproven1100 or the seine will hu Imrrod And alt who induhtoit orhisMattttited I oMarI alt Administrator THE BEST 0f THEM AL- LiIL1NOflS1 DNTHLYJUKiAZIN6 I Contains n complete novel In every num ber in addition ton InrRO quantity or uicfUl mind uuterlulnluK reading matter JVo ronrftitiert ttarlr trMrh are Isobjectionable to noel reader It Hhoulri bo In every household Sub icrlptlon snoo nor year Agents wiuiteii In overy town to scion the must liberal Induconromita will DO altered J B LIPP1HCOTT COMPANY PutllnhoriT PHILADELPHIA J DR M O KASH- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ollico nt Day HoiiH- eHAEL GRKEN KY Will answer culls day or night 8urv gory obstetrics nnd diseases1 of females rv Hptcialty Keeps a supply of medicines Lexington and Eastern Railway Tlmo Table In Effect Oct 21 1899 EAST BOUND = = No I No i a STATIONS ul1yex8uIII AMLrellMLva pinAvonpinWlnchcutorproLtfcKJiinon pmIndianpmatiuitonpmFilion y pmNatHrldgcTorrent 10 OS am 4 34 pm Heattyvo Jc 10 20 am 4 61 pm Tallcga 10 fil am 5 10 pin Athol 10 fit am 5 28 pm JRck OIl 11 30 am 0 00 pmIIWEST BOUND Nu1 STATIONS Dally ex No3 Sunday Daily pmAtholI Talle a 7 04 am 1 67 pm 218pmTorrent rN pmNatpmKlUorStanton 8 33 RID 123pm 3 Clay CityS 12 am 8 33 pm a Indian Fhl 8 60 am 8 48 pro LKJunon I 10am 4 03 JIm Winchester 0 29 am 4 16 pmKAvon 0 49 am 4 85 JIm Lexington 10 Iii nun 6 00 pin j- t Ai xdnAs4fO cum A COLD IN ONE LAY VkbAllcure 26 The genuine has Ii bry 1eae1 J t i i9 r 111 rIy y rtim y It 1 xt I ffi wm yx 4 t M I V THE HERALDuu FENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Mny 10 WOO I n + nnOUn EIp6nT + Stnto nod mstrht iinnonncemeiits 1000 each counlvI nnncinnecmunts 500 No IUIIIOUll ulIICllt illnllo until the fuo a lnll 0 Ior ihiilK Court of tpptvtIN AppelintoI Into for fudgn ot till ColirfI of Apprnls from this District Niiliiil to your nclloii lOt tlon Kovumbvr iooo Komuirlfiilly HI C OUHAH rlttlUll 1111 RollI1 I partyIIIiI l1 DAVIS County ay a caiiilliliitu for OMKITNH I notion of the Democratic Jillor1 Ior Count Jndgt pllrtyII 111 CONGLETON r I t In 1111 ot I to nro author anannureIjIlull COMBS1Pc nro nut hnrlRrd to A T COJI1tS It + l1IlIelnte for the ntlieo of I mull1udce nif 4olfe County subject to tho notion nf the II 1 1 1 I Ic party Inr Slirrlir Ilurl LINDENt uro nnthnriiiMi IIIIUII U 11 I I 1 i NII n for the oHiioi uf Sliolill I1ijI IDWolfe Democratic Bounty party subject to till notion c rl 11111 S ll 1i1iai nnnounrt11It1NhIllorII IiiIi TTsi I 1111 111 1 U II of Torrent Mil it iiuulitlutti fur ihu ollioo of If3 II Shcllff of Wolfe County Mibjoiit to notion 1 of the Diinucrntlo party Emn PERK S of bioy errek IIH n imiulMiite 1 ottlcc of Shrrltl of Wolfe ooiiuty 1 to tho nutiuii of till Dumooratic I II i Fur Niiiuly Allorticy IllI1 FULIS l lur County Attornty ofoiIIsnbjuct to the notion lit Doinw I I I Ior Iiillcr ifIII COMLS I r- 1 Mrl to 14111 1 1 tr IIIIH I t of IlI0001itill Domoorntio party MM1 TYLERVe We tho We arc to mi It IYLllt Cinnpton M n cnnilidnte lor Inilor n f ofo county subject to Jill notion of titit party For County Court MirU Ill anlhorixedt 1 11111111 S1LIIn + IIii 1 11111 110LLONt are toJ IO as n onmlitlnto fr ithe County Court tmhjoot to tho notion party a 1lr Anraw or NII COOPER I i AucKsor of11olfu oounty subject to inJ of till party thlI fU 1 wILSONIIc lCASH 11111 cnnilhlHtc 11 niilliorliil niithorUtil JOII HUlhorirfil IICIIIOl irCli Domoorntio lUmoerotlc art nnthorirod to 11111 l 1It111 lfur ANenar o f to tho notion of tho Siiitiilutiiiilont 1 Wu uto authoriziil to nilII II S 111 R ns n onnddlntrI for ouurt County Suiualntonilont t of Wolfo county Mihjcot to tho notion o- ii IIfll TAULUBB toL1t1l1u INSlII1lmKl 111111I00IIIPt IilCIlIlIlIlut onant 1111If TUTT11onru ifllCOllllt 1111HOT 1l1OOllm IIor PriorCnunll partyItillIIht TAULUK1I ns n oninlinuto fur Iounty Su I pcrlntendont of KohooU for Wolfo oouuty subject to till notion ot the Pomocrntio s lIRrt Tiu procoodings of tho demo ratio county cotmmllco will boI found in our issue today and it iis with much pleasure wo note till fact harmony now prevails ant victory is assured The old boardI is retained but tho date of thoI primary was changed to Saturday Sept 15 This is much moro satisfactory than to have held it in I Juno though jt might have boon sot for oven a later date than Sept A 15 However tho two com mottoes dooidml upon that date und nilII a good democrats must acquiesce J thoir dooisi9nII 1 I tlYby doutyou j J M iM TilE Iowa democrats have avow ed thoir determination to support William Jennings Bryan as thy democratic nominee for tho presi dency which calls to mind tho fact that from all over tho country Mr Bryan is receiving encourag lug words Only a fow days since a party of democrats who in the lust campaign deserted to tho gold standard informed him that they would support him at Kansas City TUB mon charged with the murd or of Governor Gobul will be tried at Georgetown upon a change of venue und are now incarcerated in tho jail at Georgetown John nod Caleb Powers Yotitsoy Cul ton and Combs constitute the conspirators und Culton wits on tho stand al Frankfurt with tlu hope of getting hail JIis evidence was quite damaging to sonic of the others DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COM MITTEE p I A Harmonious Mooting of tho Old and the Now at Camp ton and Sept 15th tho Time for Primary Pursuant to tho call by T F Vansant chairmani of tho demo cratic committee of Wolfo county said committee mot at Plimpton Ky on tho 7th dujof MayI IfXX for tho purpose of selecting time and determining the manner of holding a primary election for tho purpose of nominating democratic candidates for tho various oilicew of Wolfo county Ivy to bo votrd for at the November electionl 1901 Tho meeting was called to under by till chairman who stated the object of tho meeting Ipon mo tion it is ordered that a primary election bo hold in tthey1 vnriou election procincUcf Wolfo county ICy between the hIlUI8f1f 7 n in and I p in on Saturday Sp tot ember 115 1000 flirttho nominn lion of n democratic canddato for county judge county attorney sheriff assessor jailer county sup erintendont of schools surveyor coroner county clerk oath a magi trato and constable formHi f tth majeslerialI districts of unid wanlyI That for the purpose of defraying the expenses of swirl primary election each of the candidates for tho county offices shall deposit with 1 J l Vansant chairman the Sum of aoo and tho candidats for district ofiiccs the sum of 2KJ each and if tine amounts so de posited shall not be suiliciimt for thou purpose of defraying the PK penses of said election the amount so lackon shall ho paid by tho suc cessful candidates in tho above proportion Said amounts are to bo deposited with the chairman on orheforotilefirst111yufStytelnborItU0 shall be printed on tho ballots who foils to deposit said amount with said chairman at tho time when specified All democrats who are over tho age of 121I years and who are legal voters shall beontii tied to vote in said primary Tho chairman is authorized to appoint challengerinadvice told consent of the chairman of tho precinct commitl vman of said district It is further ordered that tho following officers bo and they are pruIPrecinct No JFloYII A melt ShuckoyjlldtoaNo 2Jahn Evans clork Jots Elkins 0 W Cecil judges E 0 Taulbeo shorilV No aJ C lykinsei rk Mon roe Howe H 15 Tyler judges j H II Stamp sheriff No 1IlunryI Cox clerk Tetie Adams Peter KUgg judges Joel 1Cox sheriff Thomas llollon clerk n F llollon Isaac Elkins judges David B Banks sheriff IhrriIj jiulresFrankNo iImllos FI Wilson clerk W W Swango 1 L Jloimki judges JT Murphy shorilV No SHobt1lCownn clerk v judgesFrankOn motion tho mooting adjourn J F YANSAXT Chairman 10d LOGAN LJKCEV Secretary I 1 I Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with n cough and spout hundreds of dol lars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I usod Dr Bolls Pino Tar Honey This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has smell mv lifol B HOSSKLL Gratsburg Ill IFor die dolluM wo oiFor for ono your thno piipcrxtliocoiiiltinodprico of which iis tOO1N Morninjj Jlloruhl of hex ington The Kentucky Stock Farm and tho hazel Circcn 11 Kit A II Weak EyoB Are Blado Sfrong dim vision made clear styos re moved and granulated lids or sore oyos of any kind speedily und once tiallv cured by the use of Suther lands Knglo IEye Salve Its put up in lubes andl sold on a gun rau tee by all good druggists Y aa TRUSTEES SALE llv virtue if an order entered on April rs Itiyo by G W llankruptcyI T 3ajY may 19t41 I19 C y at 1 oclock p in at the store of H F 1ierntt in lliiel Green 1Idl to the highest bidder nit the stock of DRY GOODS Boots SnOOgSS EtC now in my pnsi8im JIN Trustee in Hnnkriipuy of tin ettate oft M Clark Uiiiknipt The teniM uf sale will ho CASH NHANDand if said pod ho not pnill fr iiiuiitiliiiirly hy till pur chaser they will ho resold HENRY S WOOD Trustee in liankruptcy of W MI tlnrk Itankrupi a Y Yv yAXm SKVKKAI IKKSONS FOIJ IHfttrirt Office Mniui crs in this Man ti r irtiit me iii their own and urroiin l iiif ciiuutKH Willing to imy yearly jiioo payable weekly DeNirabW employ inrnt with nnporlttnitloi Hrfurvncvk ex changed Kncione elfaddressed Ntnnipt l flIvclopeI 8 A PAUKttOC xtoii Mild lug Chicago UOflm OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth if not The WeeklyI fin quii cr wants to study the strides it has made The first census of the United Stites was taken in iSio Since then every succeeding ten yetfs The re sult has been as follows Year Population Year Population 18107239881 1S60 31443321 1820 0633822 1370 38558371 1830 12361020 IS80 50155783 1840 170J9453 1890 32622250 1850 2310t87G Mere you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the Urnted States excluding recent acquisitions The result is usually yearTinto engage all in a study of their coun try1o this cud it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received of the population of lL United States Census as follows To tho GrstaeerNt t oorrwi gews necim 300000- To tbtsecolld 15000U TJ the thiN 75000 Tatbfoarth 5000To the tiftti 250LU To the sulk 200 CO To tie Breath 150 00 To the next 10 each 00 scxraotiag to 100000 To the cut60 each t 60 waounUug tn 2509 OC To the next 100 each Stt taxmntingH 250000 To tho MxtMO tach 10 amounting to 500000 To the n xt 1530 each t6 tauutice to 765000 5197 cash poenh amounting to 2500000 dijkledpropositiot1 subscription to the V EKKLY ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you cyre j to inclose subscription price to the NViZFKLV KNQUIRFR This contest will close a month be fore the result of the census will be known and officially certified by the Director of the United States Census at Washington 1D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUtium including guess is only 100 a year Eleven copies and eleven guesses for 1000 For full ENQUIRERSend Cincinnati Ohio 0n1THE LEADING CLOTHING HOtU lt JE ENT1tJCJKVQ Louis Gus Straus JIsELaIYV 87 11 NI= NO ADVANCE IN PRICES NO ADVANCE IN PRIDES 440000 Wortll of Flue CIotiiu SAT THE OLD PRICESu IyouI Beautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful Clay Worsted Suits at1000l Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful line of Boys and I Childrens Clothing We LargestinWhen you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters j I LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY carMail Orders Filled Promptly1 J = lr 1 t TINE Ej4tO1-I i have just rocoivod the flnestlino and greatest variety of LADIES AND CENTS BOOTS fl SHOES ever brought to the mountains old having hough hem I1iforo the recent rise in leather I nm prepared to save my customers uuney on ovary purchase they make I want the ladies especially tto examine my stock For tho price I can show thorn n frontlaco shoe that is a worldboator It is indeed a beauty and to tho touch snakes ono feel that tho shotmaker got hold of tho kidglovo stock Respectfully JOIN MI HOSE on RESTORED rMaioMswl- elwslvA1 D axuctlwrratlL a e IPILrLI 1 uaKmntrtnaOyfor nudl In tltegcnnulvtransoftith K r l pt M tnha ul italk troy r ftlsllnr xeurhuItityIII nt + drnt ytlttltta1 MiMitnl orruxctaruuwof1un r I 111 v I IIClllItorII IMiiiiitlon nlllllIIIt ivItiitVir rnl Wi c rtt inr atitcit 00 if uro Itlt1111f14tU111Itr0Irrtft I t v f Itnr r ntVIl pMPnr f AIM1 Mf7M3 Jl r1 WILI1LSZYGS7Nl1 Y11 W G I1W INI 1GIW uUJ rLe L YYJ W G YU n Wn JAYEVEIEEMn I Farm home ofJuyKyoKuo Unolno Win says Alter try IIIK every known romody I removed n largo Kuncli of two years htaiullim from uJycnrolO fllly with three applications of iOuinns Ointment It Is tho Ixvit prcrnratlon I liavo over used or Lcatd of I heartily recommend It to all Horsemen We harr huiulrrtli iftuch tntimjMiiil Prtco 9lT5o per IlirUncf Hnmllcr iiizo SO cwnti Auk your driiKctat for It If 1m l Hii not kwp it wu g2 AIIlPJIWl1l r iE I 1S2SZ5ESZ5 ZS2Sit S7slS1SZS SfS2SGSZg22SZS2tZSZaM rIt trrr t B ttt 1 ftt Iri JIJI I HY r V t tc iffi NHATLY1 H 9 Jt 1 i J r iROll ITI PiCHlIlJOSII ITHIS OFF l AM SATISFACTION tA1t1NTi11I IN CAVEATS TRADE MARKSi DESIGNSSandlulllllltoOlUtoj prd1mlneryYEAJt8ACTUALtoobWnrtnUbkBluerrecdrpctsa AGEUliutnUlE G SIGGERS i 918 yearLateF NGTOND C 0 saleat 1 uxev Tac a sc j 4 iHazel Green Academy IIi The luiirlh torah of tho 4 prtsont HxBion will ligin on Monday April 2nd W 1900 An opportunity i w will bo given to prepare for b thooxaminations for teach G 1 ors certificates Pj Ivyi I I ItccI view lunree vv4 A WM H CORD Principal II OOOO I 1 y f l Constipation Headache Biliousness Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness Indicate that your liver Is out of order Tho best incdlclno to rouno ilw Hvcr and euro all those 1 la Is found In PIS25cents qqL4 Il EI 111 aoao 6 A FARM JOURNAL Great lienl now to Dec 1003 OffeNUl1lly 5 Yonru ByHpdal arrnnsMioMt mado with tho nubliHhors of tho FAKMI iwblod to oilerJOTUNAL wo ar that pap 1Owry suWriher who for TMK II EUAI1 ono yourpays ahead for only UN lboth papers for thin prico of ours only our pa nor out vnar stud the KAUM Jotit Al from noW until lecotnhor 1190a1 1FA KM JotiisAi is na old ostiiMishod pa per enjoying grout popularity ono of the bust and most usofnl farm papers publishd This otV r should ho nccopiod with ut dolay yw rwrwfaaw wy = Dr r Musoii Iadirtf Jlaekson iis hen on a visit and lookingjpHidJiealth S H Iinney with tlio White k Uny provry cmpany Vinehe ter was here Tuesday Jlir May Xickell and Ella hu lh vMtl lit Monta Fallen ofalIbuN Sunday nitfht Ti1fflcpresuntingi the YnDltn 11 r rompuuy of Lexington wall miIi with our merchants Tutsdwy- Quite 1 numbers of the pupils of H G1 ill be on the examination fi ivrliluiit s t1 teach May 1ISth and 1Jih Tar IItXL session of Haiwl Clrcen ncad llli vilI l LIn on Tuesday Sfptjmbe llli AlreadyI pewnn are plnnniiiK to- cnrtillll1lI I TptU Comer rrprcrenting tit driii liiuso of MuAdaiiH C Morford of Lexii a WIIR interviewiuis our tact ch 011 Ttet lay ID 1iNQ jr of Licf creek wis ii i ui on Monday tend utirrhiiwd of Mk Lola M Kttsh a httiidom hat for hr d umhterF Mii LIMit Wiluu of Uillmoro creek 1m brii nliltthllet Mrs F N Day with her milliiieryi and malltu waking ninco WolusJiy week Dr OJ i1 nfO cnrtt hf1 fruf Linisvilh Snlnrday and will visit hip wlfi 1 McnN until the rttllli1II at Louitvilloi on the UHh It J White associate editor of the Cay Ccirinr and wife regtstored at tho biy 11 mi o Sunday on route to Caney from Kronchlmrg Noah Cisco stud John 5aya spent from Friday until fcsiunliy with yc old folks at Iiiue11nd returaiuir on Sunday veer accompanied by Uius Nmnic Hay Topi for Krmons on Sunday at the Christ inn church will he at 11 am Tho MniniiMiniico of the Church and at SUJ p in The Iiw of the Ilard On Sunday afternoon at three ticluck Win II Cord will speak at the Frank Johllull fichool house Iii subject will be Who I i in thu King All arc in vited to this service tlicle Bob Nickll timid wife spent Sat urliv night anti Sunday with their sots Ambr Nickel1 nod wife and Imlt Hjb alteaded the regular meeting of Mizepah LUll go No fiOT Oreatust Jlwlieinc iit AMERICAS it I fc tinfipiallcd cHiMtivp IJtIln in1 sty iml If cuics is GREATEST poekctknifewill receive n reward by leering at thi flirt It has n button on the side and 1 inches in lellgthI imIastiuhitsbautifully decorated and equipped for future vip as a meeting place for the coming grand reunion May JU June A ip 11 I bitison and other have nn tra tcd to do the grading from fork If Froain crck in Hreatliitt county to th big tunnc11 in Morgan county n dsUiiice ofal out 13 mile and the work will be pushtvi t complt tion rapidly Mrs Jhlll 1ieMttand Mrs II F ieratt went to Illarkwater Tuesday to 1ulciuaPierattElderJinlwhomhaveMra Susie llollon of Grassy creek parchasedI with1If5f It MELODIES THAT MOTHER SANG nv evM WIIsO I stnalnirHynrtlMsofihoilnv wIvevoieegfillcnrrlcllllwlfh dwellTilllodeUfIptllAnu ehildhoodVkhotaestillheartNoI roamThnsrI hliIWilledi11gllecanse rehalasylyj 1 l herirllioolAnd ututI ourII lire noulI in oigtHLy to the skies rllIgIIIMings My motliur used to sing wrinklesShow1111lllhe music tit her voice Stiiuds JIl plitinly MOW llIllInllll the icy Mnnn of death cling5rtI songsslyI On yesterday at theI residence of the IbridesI parents Jon lI1 hose and wife ol licy creek MIH Stella Rose and CVHHI Linden were united in the holy bonds of vtdluckand this romance about it iis that since they lint knew each other it hiss bred a can of two souls with hot a siiijth thiuij ht two hearts that beat as 1 I congrattrlatommsoul into the following lines commemo rating the happy event I 1 jiowerlmduTliis He 1IIIIIIIIItrlllull to laey creek And tool lU jay nail pride IiloChlIllItresldi11gIhnihliug 1 IIIII Ir An elegant dinner was set by the grooms mother Mrs Itolyn linden in honor of tIlt ore MHH which was parta ken of by the luiill party andI the ns rnthtdiuI4 not Aunt HOD lots the thanks of the editor and hotter i ar also the thinks of Mrk IL F liritt for H liberal piece of till wedding cake ONE CELT Per mile rum l III Iit ins to Louis rule m MMI nth Jsth Mini tth re turn limit Jane Gilt to tin heat Con federate Reunion IoiiUvillo Iin prepared to wtlriiine the jfreate t crowd f visitori over seen within her nitf+ i A K Camps fropi Iniana Ohio Ioiiiisylvania andjjitjijrstatin will lie pretnt gorgeous lire works brilliant eluultij arches rep resentation of the batthI of Fort Donald IIIII will bi given even armorclad Ielwi1 attack the fortress River excursion for v tt ran and tlfir fam ilie biilliui uIIIin motor bleycli races and niany other features The Kirm loiirnal iis unliiu any other paper for one thing it prints no quack medicalI advertisements fur another it taketi fivn year subscriptions anti gets tin pithier to fiU wltciib r the full time if l iOIl uiijAJiu ni I tlIs iinit ru0- ii iivy uuvw Ivv or three iusa if they die their heirs pet It Now e nre going t0 unbino wiUi Limo harm Journal and semi Trr HUKAIU oiu year andI thl- FmnI Journali early i vrnr+ lemniudri of Jlt1 and all of lSMlltJt 2 100t and IJO1 to every mlvanetn ill subscrib or new nod old to TIIK 1 Ilclttln This groil otr r had better bo accepted before it is withdrawn li1 Lma Jrkrn 11 iis uthnJLp the acadimy was willed homo Mondiiy by tie smjii n illnctw of hoimoihcr whi lives near Sj ncer station and WHS ac compnnied to Mo auey by 1rof Me IDiarmid Mary n the little rfan htrr of R J McLinI ami wife has bun quite ill for a week or ten day part with miiriethlnj like fever IrIrmtllNeisatteiiding her teitt6 Mtrdal V I tC tetlrF171 q 6 Y0U il 9 aI 1 need not lcc flesh in summer j I 2 if you use prcjr means J 9 to prevent it You think c Jyou cant take SCOTTS 4 J EMULSION in hot weather J 9 but you can take it and di J ggcst it as Wf II in summer as if 1 g in winter It is not like the j J plain codliver oil which is J q difficult to take at any time jy If you are losing flesh J f you are losing ground and g you need y q 6I Scoffs Elision i I and must have it to keep up J your flesh and strength If you have been taking it and Ii- iti prospering on it dont fail to g J continue until you are thor Jt7SCOTT BOWNE Chemists New York i- JJ Vt J W io WT t Y 1 Con ieencomcnt H Q A Saturday evening Juno MI entertain me ut Sunday 11 n in Juno 3d llrtccalnu DonnltlsllnSWPft5 HoWMonday veiling Jim neIlls Young j meiia declamiitoiy cotitei Tuesday oveiiinjr JunoJ ith young woinuns declum itory contort Wedne day lOW a m Commence tnent Day These and orations by the members of the class AddrvM to grad uate by Prof EV McDmrmidmitject The Victory of Failure Irtweiitatiott of etcIlsisbytwoMaud Illackwull and Miss Ainiio 1Kuton llItttIUIIlIIlJin appeantuce1hotown correcpondent und lilt litter her friend For the nonce wo were young ngain and till feeling teemed to pervade the iitinospliiic for Wilcon the lacholor poet raid Mr pecker tho frdate old widower and format appeared to be sud denly augmented with an artier burn of or borrowed from youth Uncle Spenco is the nameof a very line middle home the property of James MtEly for which Caesar Linden mud hills printed at this ollioe on Monday Hreod ers are invited to cull and see him The horse is such a magnificent specimen of equine excellence that the editor of Till Iiiu feels highly complimented in time naming of him anti the fact that he I daysmugMarried on SundayI at thin brides father John A Oldlield of Mize Mi H I Ellis alleyhairyOldfield and Lizzie Caskey were j the attendants An thnniit dinner was set for tho assembled guests and covers for fiO persons were spread It was a happy day for tin you agtiople and en nyedto the fullest 0 Kvory di eriminatiiit perron will say that The Higgle HMika contain a greater iimouni of condciiiifd common wime well arranged information than any hooks they havewen relating to lhr rim Iuriant ruUhcH nf farms industry The prin is J cts fieo by mail address tho publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co Phil t delphia The Kentucky Venleyan commence ment exercises will b us follimt Ora torical contests on Wmlneaday ovpiiinp May 10 Musical entertainment Friday uveniiiL May IIS iencral entertainmcn Sitiirday cvtiiimr Mav lU rniou Sunday a m May till Verv truly IS lII hlHliop u 0 See advcrtisfim nl of Trustees Sale1 in our pajxr t lay nnd note well tilt date as Henry s VoJuJcof 1t1rlilljC will on that tinySell all of the goods of 1v M Clark bankrupt at the store of IL JF Iieratt and rare bargains may be had for cash in hand 0 ThenlRrings fur Him Minion made by the Christian church exceeded tot apportionment This church hns raiswl nearly one hundred Julius for miMiontt since March 1st How many churches uf Central Kotern Kentucky have done s well Aunt Nancy Chenault who ii tenant to W T1 CIIIIIt14 recently iniiireJ property of Hon ID S Jiidsey WII tho recipient of a nice pounding on Saturday night the gifts emhiariijj nearly everything requisite to huufiokecj inc Hcimoiid ItItukwaa n town Mon lay ml1 stated that his mother Iiwniill quilt tit fho lit been confined to lnr iwd since February with pulinamiry trouble Howard her oldest anti wllIlives at Paragon wan telegraphed Mon tiny to some Maine Msiiy of tho veterans while in Loup ville will look up the place where Father Ryan tho toetlaitrcatc of the Confed eracy died It is tho site now occu pied by the splendidt new church of St t15 niface on Orcen street near Jackwir Willie 1ayof Mt Sterling came up on Ucdntbday Irwt Hld vlnitod his ruttier mother and frieticN mtil Mondny Hei is looking quite will aiil Hiy hix healtii ling been good tho while llu is with Win Iced th hardware moan Tho Englo King of All Birds is noted for iU keen sight clcfr and tlihtinct vision Ho are thfoI portunt who use StilliorlundH Entlo Eye SILL VU fur weak cyoe sty M sorooyosof any kind or grnnulntHl1 lids Sold bv all doalore at L k Tii 1 1Lois or nil irlio ut cribrdl rue TIIK IIKftAlH AInrcti 4 I new int HI I Ihop a r rerrrirelly urard torrnrw itonce unit tHh iiilvnntliHi Ir- r rliih rite wllli tlin TMrr H prh iirliTliiin nut for It ninth + tho IMMU r onrnnIrtt iniintli lint II inil or ll 11I1I1JI 1 Ship your wool to ICIkhorn Woolen Mills They make the h ht blankets coverlids flannel + jean Iit ey lactd- 5ntiarttLI nod yarns ever hipped to your uctjon and at 1 lew than it costs you IIJI work your wool at home KS Writcoiir agent at Grassy Creek Ky for prices I or tee local agents with aamplefl Watch for posters and dates for shipping Copies of lids paper may be found on file at time office of our Waihington correspond eat E O SicgJ 018 F Street N W I Wa litogt3n D C Jm I Itit forget that you can liavo thOI CourierJournal nr Dispatch and HEUALO one year for only 1 100 cash In yutthe1OI For tho Snko of Fun aiUcklrf I jf A t Nit Amount of uiUvbluf ia done tai- hmanaetmplenut to kwiii tholr blood jmro j TiU nilMhtuf fortunnlulr may bo umlun the fnltliful uw of Hoods Snnnpnrllla 11I Hocdo Pills eurofur Lila Nau I lumpbunchor any like ailmont go to John M nun anti got a bottlo of Quinns Ointnuni which will ro inovo tho obstaclo tf 4Agents on salary JlfiOO per week and expense time greatest agunt seller ever produced i evry stock and poultry ritisrr iniys it on clulit Hustlers wnnteil Uef fereticr Address with stamp American MfgI CO1 Terro Huuto Ind tf vLuiio Irritation cunsumptionDr Itnnd giyo Btieh strength to the iutigs that a cough or a cold will gooddruggists mictlyIaiinilriudshirlscollnrsenf1s should cull on Robert Cord agent for till Lnxington Stiam hatindry till work of which is superior f o that of any laundry in thoBtato tff Our fee returned If we Iiione Kcmllni I ketch suit description of any Inventluii will promptly receive our opinion free concerning tile iNitentiiMltty of Mine How to Olitnln n Patent sent upon ieiuest rntentn secured through ns advertised for wile nt our cx emie IIfIZIOIIIconsulted by Stud fur wimplccopy FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS At CO iJVircHt Attorneys Evens Oulldlng WASHINGTON D C fOR SALlE gipNear Hazel Green 05 refitdeuce1 lhltwllllfa limitedi ti- mec0O ACRES Nearly nil of which is 11111 good stale of cultivation 100 acres being rich buttons mutt Large Two story Dwelling justbeenTwo ftnacjatH stuck burns and all new ary outbuildings filer iis a Good Orchard1 and a never failing well nl the house Ii drcl tot best yell in Kastern Kentucky Th entire place Is under lancing nearly new and l HutgninFWTKWAXOOHazel 1 Cy n Fine Farm 10n S lffJ iJ 0 Having determined to locate at an IIrhuleIcontract my farm near Sulcm Morgan county 1Ky containing 8 acres40 area of which in timber land of good quality On tho place In a modern 6 room reti demo and nit neeewmry outbuilding a never falling well of fine water n titiant nom Mxli1 feet with full length ware room along stile UI AN ORCHARD rof 40 Young Treesn rfprfltlIlIIII1IOrornlnrietloll of fruit IIn now in bearing anti n source of revenue A Church and School adjoin the premises and tho neighborhood is unexcelled for good behavior sobriety etc Ill1AI any reasonable or joj I c 0 ITl t1IwfliwJIIIY1 Having decided to remove from Haiial Green I willfiftH nil of my SHOP lUOl5 AND FIXTUUES Including U1LOW ANVIL VlSKS 80RKW NaD12U3 DltfLL otc etc tot nunerouB tu mentlsm In detail oayThla h a good chance for tome enterprising mILl to buy my entire interest in the flni of ROSE ite DAVISI Mild reap tiio rnvard of my Tabor in building op this trains time firm nW rnprye Jat uniewi I got an oiler at mice the tools etc will u old in quim titinft ht suit In tho shop Lau largo lot 3 of blacksmith lint wagon mnkci mate riotl mioli a iron steel Lolls tcnaoncd lumber etc to be disputedI of ill tho satin Wlirv 1 AIlilillf my HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FUItNIL VIm will bo sold in quntititlrs to Mill jIurdutltrl nod the early callers will gut bargains A horso burnt a two Middles nail a good inlllc cow will be sold t 0 UA GROUNDHOG CASEttarr me in the fee and as I will soon buys I Intel Green Iit Is absolutely neces sary that I culled every debt duo mo and I request all who are owing mo to come forward and rattle up at otico Thrtue failing to do MO may liavo to tray costs of collection Ito I must anti will havi my money Tho old man you roo member tried to cost x the buy out of tho upple tree and filling hi that ho resorted to rocks I hope I wont have to throw nut Ri pect fully JOHN II ROSE SELECTED BVrilE us GOVtRNMEI r1TFO USE i NAVALHOSPITLs PRESCRIBEDI Ihl ALL n E LEADUJU IiJFIR- MgRIESOFTIIE COLJi1TRY DISTILLED BYe JWMSCULLCCHOwEfjsaemo s 0 Siftsor Five Million Ladies rim Mont IttiiiinrUnlili Offer liver SInilo bj K lltittablo Uonucrn Oltor HAXII CliiKKx JllmALIIA Plans aiinouiuifl lint for n limited limo 011 will xivv absolnlilv fret un elegant terliug MilvirplatMl iiigur nhull oholuo of Miyof our JOc pntltruah every married oily In the 1nited Mtate who will write UK a letter riatiiiK that It1M her first request for mi ofnor nfjuviiilrKlft We will promptly mayhegl1 in ahtoliitc Our otijoei In inakliic this HPiiHnllonnl offer IK to gist a xnmplu of Quaker Valley Hllver ware into every home Iin the load Wo be llevo It to bi IImust ifTeetlvo ailverllMilig that wo one do We will not wnd theeo augur shells to huts of name Thli Ii too expennlve a gift tewd to purnoiK who dont lank for oil ilioniielvo Theitifore stole lady will pleaiio trod liar own name only lint one to n family andnnue to children Jn Ilse planar write today givliij full post ofllee Mcldrev JtAKHK VA1IKY ailO CO Morgan mid HariUon U Chicago III SPJKXG 11l- iii1reesPiaals Vines f HviiythhiK for Orchard Lawn and harden r Tin lareeiii nloek In Kfiituoky of Fruit and Ornamental Troes cm rapn vmnr Slrnwlrrry platt+ inrngui Rhubarb and gouda ordlnurllv found III Much iiubli liiiifiit iuniral Nurnoay anti Mirawberry ataloyuiti to IIn had on applica tion to If F HILLKNUBYEK TeUphuiM ilj lrxiogtun Ky GIVES STRENGTiI A I f AOI 30 Days9Tris1tllw IPIIIoJUl vuvHir ea rOd by my littttrlo Item mad AlIJflltNMt Indvcen uM ui uflnr it u lutfcin 1 IthtItrllcruCJt l nfIl r j OJj I gMateit iiower un earth lii UH of tro l ouir i yiU lifi us 1rte n li wnrtpr7t ItJ t- lIh Tlr niAiit fclianr life xtifirtfctl fir MT Mi tittrr Arum lntnn I1lIltfllltI Dilk tIlri fltLe ar uuwlri lovIwlcert mir 1 Y t r Iii pare rllltlllllltI KIt1t Vtfo 23 rCl oo rr 1 ltd J oS rrl v n rralluwrl bare +uv- iterntatex uiyu0 1 r111Ar w a irtthutrnted iniu ilt trllhyitorrntt4 ttrtuonlut Stntlr tu IIiIf ALp ti TCAL 14IWJtLUG ItMlbOicu lUock Atf itimn t iJ 45 ijlirii + Ifi iW i a 0 jI The Coming ofBaby or pain Its for the britjoy ecfdo With good health organismmotherhood attractiveness McELREES Wine ofCarsiMB takes away all terrors by strengthening the vital organs It fits a mother for babys conning By revitalizing the nerve centres It has brought chubby crowing youngsters to thousands ot weak women who feared they were barren It purifies heals regulates and strengthens and is good for all women at all times No druggist would bo without itrco specialdirections DepartmentTho i tanooga Tenn saPel 01flWhmwa had been married area yearn but could not hare any children Nino months later 1 had a fine girt baby 1 uftwoI handkorcIIiefrainAfanlhl of which aro the flags of all initioiiH printed in their rcMpoetivo colors and in AmerIcon andII They are gentlemen ftonlii our away imMcitniis render them of more than ordinary vat tie llfi curio while tho fact that they ore a gift from our I OeofnulheoItlIdear atthoputo that our wandering hero yet thinks WhellGeorgeremindhimI j bunjh ofthotltlllAlleIfrlolbnckacross a yollow kerchief II or any old tiling from wUIIIlnplrcllntlHuchgrow each fleeting moment I + Hugh Coldiron of CIIlucky10111CollinlHO unless his comrades eytsightI isIncompetentneed but little however to pay his ex pcnaes to and from Loultwillo that he may meet the old buys once again anti x a willhelpf j thighjomco and wo will sue that ho gets them clothlfihillti COliUngentK II F rieratt anil AIOA j llgginslcol richerwA ofthemrelatedInwhichhasyears song Msaid deponent tmyeth naught lint tho trays each found a foal on Sunday I nudI1 IllS tho foundlings ono a Hullo and the other n miniature gonU4oquue IiritAlumanyyearsj 1oirjnt that place Indeed he wits tho firs settler null tho wholo thing for n Ion g nlocl1tellthero0 store n poatolllco was established till tho name Maytown adopted I Johnny Carter and wife neo Clark Cnrterfather N neighborhood Saturday and Sunday nilli WiIHoNltnnloClark willbe1 OeorglntlllrexRs1 willbeI along to spoil tho present splendid prospect My Tho London District Louloronco willI meet in OlayJCity May 22d at S p m and continuo two days Bishop JH C presideAn pectedI orpJon Saturday night to the wife of- Will Haney of Lacy creekIHlemocratio boy Mrs Roslyn Linden officiating e 1l- k v S7f t+ yI k 33 ViciJ i FtfpolN f r Your taxes aro due and must ho paidI now So please call and settle and HIIVO trouble as I am compelled to collectIII F 1 PHIl WHITARONLY WHITE TAR SOAP IN THE WORLD SoaplaJ and purified lolittftoapnntl Miprrlortothe old Lick tar soaps in every wayIt contains all fliclicilinc mid nniiscptic properties of the black trsoap with entire freedom from their objec lionabfc features It soils neither towel nor wash bowl for ItsIl I liltcIt or wift water far more Irccly than other tar snaps and being too percent pure outlasts any of the tilled soaps of equal sire It contain much more glycerine than other soaps and thl together with Its soft thick lather make ita klllg nmollg fihampoo In the treatment or skin IIcalp and 110115 diseasca- nggravatcd cases ni dandruff scald head fall lug hair tiC Whltar IU highly recommended Ihystcians recommend for babies hath and In cases of chafe or heat rash tIle soap is peculiarly efficacious Ash iour dcalcrroritMA- NUFACTURED DY CLINTON SOAP COi i CLINTON IOWA VAR TO JHBI i 1 KATH PESTS OF THE POULTRY YARD MUST GO III DostloyorI American Lioo Kills More Mites Lice and Other Vermin in a Day Than All Other Remedies Combined The war is on I Tho days of lice and vermin that have Bono HO much to make thin life of tho poultryman miserable and i his husinecH unprofitable arc over Amer iean Lice Destroyer is the proper ammu nition to uo I This preparation is won derful in its power and vermir cannot exist twentyfour hours after it is ap plied to tho coop or owls Every poul Jtryman needs it It Iis cheap reliable aiih effective one package being sullieioiit to protect 2r0 fowls from mites and lice for tine year When this Destroyer is used Iprofits at onco increase Lice and vermin do moro to kill profits than all other causes combined You know it Dont go on losing money every week lout try American Lico Destroyer You may have Itried other things without success but if ithis fails you can have your money had Wo are in this fight to stay and will back Destroyer against anv number of ratites of lice you may have Dont fool iaway money with Tecipies or home made makeshifts use scientitic means The American Lice Destroyer has been iused by thousands of 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