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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a s r fJ a 4tiel rTHE tI EL OREEN HERALD= Established March 41885 Made Famous la the Story of Jonathan and His Oontlaent by Max ORell Y Ei j FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 24 1000 NUMBER 50 EU 100 PKR TKAK Mountainsrv Always IB Adynnet Milliqery He Latest S8511 styles returned from Cincinnati I have jut Where I purchased line uftTRIMMED AND- UNTRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS fie- which are of the latest patterns and up todate in nil respects The ladies of Hazel Green and vicinity nre requested to call nnd examine my stock 0 DRESS MAKING In connection with my MILLINERY STORE I have n lino of dress trimmings including shirt waists shirt waist goods etc etc and am prepared to tit and make dresses in the latest styles and do all kinds of sewing- In both departments I am prepared to IIell very cheap and guarantee sntisfae tioa In all cases MuspN DAY KE HARTFIELDHeiuluimrteri trunJ It1II UKlKKS- KSTSCUCCENHEiMER COtI LYXCHHURG VA Importers nnil Jobbers of Dry Goods No lions mul Pansy hoods We mamUncttire the well known HEATSALL runt ami Overalls Huh your orders until you see him 000000000000000000000000000 1t KASH W H KASH KASH KASH Attorney at Lau HAZEL CREEN KY Practice III courts of the county and t glee special attention to colle- etious1iuckilirnttjtt WINCHESTER KY t N H WITHERSPOOS President j 11 D HUNTER Cashier I T 20000000 r Paid up Capital j r Surplus 6000000j This Rank solicits toe accounts of mer chints farmers traders fad business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky J and otTers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of I egltlmate bankingoctl8ly I 11t CIIAVKX W I L JSIII CRAVEN KASH4 We have n nice hearse nnd a full stock nil COFFINS 11111 IASKBTS on bund at times which will be sold on the most rea sonable terms Mr Willie Kash will act as funeral direc i tor and furnish cofliu nml hearsj upon re questmSoliciting public are respectfully etc CRAVES KASH AIle PLYON = alIsf t Leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices t Bcatty ville and Jackson COUNTY NEWS NOTES GTo Insure insertion Att corre8 bytontlathat nearby on Monday mornlor Our correspondents derelict in duty al tlwo IwIllexcept week they have news letters We are illdependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send In their favors they put us to great inconenilnceG SUNNY SIDE Lnnford Craft and fnthorgavo us n call last Saturday spontSnturdaSunday school reopened at tho Mothodist church last SundayT Mrs Ellen Swango of Lucy creek was a pleasant caller at this place ridatcThe Sunny Side home is being ropapored this week which adds to its appearanconMiss Minnie L Day and Elza James wero visiting Sunny Sido Sunday afternoon Mrs II C Alexander loft Monday nIl for an oxtondod visit to friends I relatives in Jackson Incidentally1 wo learn very much our regret that wo are likely to lose our school II G A Will Taylor of Fronchburg was visiting his sister Mrs T W Taulboe of Daysboro last week Wo think that Mr Wilson was at his host when ho composed tho Melodies that Mother Sung and wo must thank him for it Wo went out to Daysboro Friday and whilo on our way met Charlie Arnott ono of our old school mates Wo were delighted to see him onco againbTho following loft Tuesday for Clay City to attend district con forenco J W Taulboo and daughter Miss Lula and Brother Pike and Mrs Ellen Swanpo Edward Ouoy and Miss Minnio Day loft Monday for Jackson Tho former returned Tuesday with his sister Miss Calla who has boon at tonding tho S P Loos school at that placo for somo tune Tho Into frost did not only take from us our garden sass but ho laid his icy hand on our fruit crop and said wilt thou and it wilted isi Oh I cruel hard hearted Jack why hast thou taken from us tho neces er saries of lifo Guess it is because wo do not do all wo could for poor starving India Yo scribe in company with Callio TaulbeospontlastWednosday night with MrsI Inn Johnson of Lacy crook and wo also at tended a moot ing at Miles Fallens conducted byIJ Uros Iioratt and Adams Wo loft early Thursday morning for II G fi A whore wo are spendingour happy childhood days Yet those lays may soon pass but Oh I may happier ones take their place May 22 SUSIE SUNBEAM I SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Our farmers welcomed tho ruin Saturday Will Alexander of Daysboro was round by tho Springs Friday Harrison Swango and wifo 151 tted relatives at Ezol partof lastI weekflMrs W T Swango of Lacy i crook was with us on business Thursday Miss Lizzie Craft attended tho 1 candypullng atNoah Ciscos room 1 on Fridaynight Roxy Rose and Artio Cecil of J Consolation worn visiting somo of the boys at tho Springs Sunday Mrs Nannie Murphy and son I Willie of Grassy wore pleasant visitors among us Sunday and Monday Somo of tho young people of this village attended tho general enter tainment of tho Kentucky Wes loyan academy nt Campton on Sat urday night and report an enjoy nblo timo despite tho rain May 22Usa TOLIVER TOPICS Isaac Short ion tho sick list Wo had a good rain hero Satur daywrollinglastBorn to tho wife of James Monn a girl Old Aunt Rinda Stamper is very of and not expected to live Harry Perkins took dinner with W MoNabb Sunday Mrs A B Swango took dinner J Sunday with Mrs Wm Tolhert1 Henry Ward took in tho enter tainment at Campton Saturday nightAndy Tolivor and wife of Grassy spent Sunday with his father wlia to Mort Pieratt and wife passed through her en route to Stillwater visit her mother Mrs Sample Yt ecribo spent Friday and Saturday at Campton and took in tho 1 entertainment on Friday night i Quito a crowd gathered in Sunday evening at A B Swangps and was entertained with music nod wont off rejoicing in the way they had spout tho evening in play the Lug and singing the Miss Carrie Swango has just ro ceived a letter from her brother Curtis ho had landed the fitth at magna Ln Grande Ho loft Co F and joined Co C in order to go back to Cuba Ho said ho was well t satisfied and would remain thoro soo this summer ed Maa 22 SC1Um lox 1 I on MORCAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT j Mrs Win Lawson continues in health Lige Blnnkonship is very sick with la grippe There will bo church at this Taco Saturday and Sunday next Mrs Wm Blankenship visited Mrs Lou Cecil ono day lust wook A J Blankonship wifo and babe visited relatives on Laurel crook i Sunday Mrs II II Blankenship and Miss Annie where shopping in your of town Thursday in Uncle Ligo Rose visited tho family of K F Cecil last week Ho very old and fooblo Mrs W T Wallace and daught Mrs T M Leo visited tho fain ily of Cal CundiiY Thursday Mrs Win Lawson and Miss Marlio Gillisnio visited the family ij of Win Blaukonship lFriday Wo would like to givo Lanford a Craft tho moaning of oiminu t mt wo isaid wo wouldnt talk- S II Elam and wifo visitndi tho fnmilof Loandor Ellen of Tohnu son from Friday till Sunday 1I Uncle Tim Oldfiold and his good v ivifo Aunt Molly spout Sunday Jt- with John Browor and fnmilcMiss Ksn Brewer continues quito low with lung trouble Wo ro grot to hoar of Ksas serious ill UOS8 Mrs Win Blankonsip visited her daughter Mrs John Taulboo or Friday Mrs Taulboo still contin Les in delicate health Yo writer called to see Miss Een- 3rewor who is very low with lung 111 throat trouble and found hor improving Hope she will bo out soon Willie Testerman passed through j hero on route homo from tho Gala boose and was tho pleasant guest n of ye scribe Sunday night 21111IIj Monday John use was soon on this side Sunday John seemo to bo inter ii ostod in tho good people of this crook or rather ft certain girl Wo have quit talking now Mrs Curtis Govodon and sister Mrs Josio Govodon and sisterin law Miss Barbara Govodon passed through hero Thursday on route homo from Hazel Green whore they had been doing some shopping May 21 EIXKIU y STRAY SHOTS H C Turner of Mt Sterling has boon in Kansas City the past winter is now at Paris Illi nois Northern Arkansaw is Iaimmenso deposits of zinc and coppor It Mrs Will Miller of Paris Ill attonded tho Dowoy rocoption nt Tonu She made tho by water ApplotonCity tlbisI bad silo walk which caused him fall breaking his arm 00 Tom Trimble of Paris Ill has returned from his visit to his broughthiswith him who will probably remain pormanently Jerry South oxlioutonant gov IIforI boat as his opponent is ono of most popular men in that Hi state Mr South was formerly of I Breathitt county as well as Frankfort al Ky- Dewey was hero and tho whole town and 20000 visitors tried to of him They jammed and punch and clawed and jawed me till nearly smothered They walked my feet and shoved mo this way and that It was a glorious day for George I was kicked on tho shins every now and thou while policemen struck nt mo withI clubs to stand back Somo alor unpatriotic plug dug got my watch rind about eightyfive cents in cash which dint make mo fool n bittl good Onco I got a glimpse of a loather in his wifes hat by tip toeing and stretching my nock but ol then tho crowd jammed mo again till I could see stars with my eyes I unit They had a dozon bands II playing but nobody could hoar thom No I did not sea the horn Manila but I saw tho buildin I which they said ho was eating Hoorah for Dewey J II S Memphis roam May 17 Cbintaaqna Tho fourteenth annual session ofJJ tho Kentucky Chautnuqua will hold at Woodland Puk Lexington Ky Juno 20 to July 0 A splendid program has boon arranged that twill surpass any yet given Somo rr- of tho most notable lectures and entertainers in America have boon engaged A great musical program will bo presented and ninny now special features limo detailed program will be mailed to any ad dress upon application to Chins cott Business Manager Loxing on Ky Ship your wool to Elkhorn Woolen I Milk They make tho bent blankets coverlids flannels jeans 1 ibtsoy tweeds IIlItlnotl4lIlIIl ym ever tthlppcdto your auction and nt less than it costs you tojj work your wool nt homo IIt2YWrlte our agent nt Grassy Creek KYIor prices I see local agents with samples Watch for posters and dales for shipping Your taxes are duo and must bo pnldII now So please call and settle and save trouble as I am compelled to collect II F IlKUATT D S Not the Place for Willie A bright looking boy applied to tho manager of ono of tho big do partment stores tho outer day for position and was asked what particular thing ho folt competent to do Well ho said I might start in as a cash boy Very well Whatisyour name Willie Steele Tho manager look nt him doubt fully fora moment and thou said Xo Will Im sorry but cant have that name connectedl with our cash lopartmont Go down in tho basement whore they handle iron goods and BOO if they cant use you thoro Chicago TimesHerald a r 1r XSkG FOUR DOLLARS FOR ONE THE HERALD 1 year 100 Published every Thursday- COURIERJOURNAL 1 year 50 Published Twice a Week JOURNAL 5 years 250 Monthly until Dtcemer HUM Total subscription 400- La100 will bring you all throe if you send time money to mo Respectfully etc- S1ENcEn COOPER For six dollars wo odor for ono year paperstho combined Iprice of which 900 Tho Morning Herald of Lex ington Tho Kentucky Stock Farm and tho Hazel Green llKHALO 0000000000000000000000000 BOBOEl BESr Food for Intollootual Though- t0ooooooooo00o0 No Plan can vote Intelligently unless he thinks intelligently In this time of II watt and rumors of wnrs the greatest Rid to thinking nnd tho best food for thought Is that newspaper which greatest and best 1I1IHM lout po111icn1 issues arc tinily growing more Important An Intelligent under undine of the policy of n union orn great political party Is something to bu desired nd It lis the limy of every citlten to thor oughly inform blmiell upon the leading topics of the tiny TUB SKMIWKKKIY KlUlMIIIO Is the greatest flit best of all newspapers Its trio graphic and cable news service excels that any other paper It prints tho howl fully not liuiiuiiintlve occurrences hut do ineMiennd world dlatn11d fully authenticated acts The policies of tho great political partita are now being formed and tho candidate discussed Now U tho time to subscribe for the best medium of keeping In touch with dm whole world Tu K SKMIWKKKLYRB sumac No lens worthy of attention IIs TlIK Rt- Poullca Sunday Magnilne It IIs replete Issue with tho best of special artlclM written by the best of literary talent Ita beautiful fhnlftone illustrations have already made it fatuous nut their quality and quan will be preserved News features of absorbing attraction are Illustrated nnd enlarged upon In a manner equal to tho Idol priced magazine Event current interest are set forth In enter Ulnlng style There 1Is humor in IIts pause too and for the benefit of tho ladles the strut Paris fashions lire mach week exquls ely illustrated and described TilE RE 1lTiillcri Sunday Magazine Is standard The subscription price of TIIK 8HMI WKKKIY RKIIMIMO II 1100 per year TUB HltrfliUC Sunday Mngailnu tai per year Hoth papers ore now being offered at the low price of 150 for ono year To secure tills low role lioth must he ordered and paid fur at the same time Address nil orders to THK RIUUHLIC Hi Louis Mo diis1raIors Jotice All persons indebted to tho Into Samuel W Cecil deceased are hereby notified that hey must present their rlnlnis properly JunellIOOwho are indebted to tine sold decednnt or bis mutate must pay up on or before tho nnd date nbovo given or suit will bo dar uteri against them liven under my hand this first tiny of 1 lobA U IJO K 1 CKCIL tilt Admlnlstrntor 1 THE BEST Of 7HEM ALL 1 1 LIPPINCOTTS 1WNTHLYJ1AGAZINE + Contain a eompltU BOTtl In every aura- er In nddlllon to A large quantity of usttul mud enwrtalntng reading matter x eesttnwdfrta wMh sr N- aMaal 1111 rs1dre It should be In every botuebolfl labrlptlon year Agent WantedIn every town to wham 5 tho rnot liberal tnduoementa will he oQr10 J B LffPIKCOTT COMPANY Fabllrttrt t 1 PHILADELPHIa n JR M O KASH- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONri Ofllco nt Day houserHAZEL GREEN KY Will answer cane dny or night Stir cry obstetric and dbcascfl of females a specialty Keeps a supply of medicines TO cum A CoLt in ONE IAYYTake Laxative Hromo Quinino TableU 1rAll drtiBgistn refund money if it fall toii cure 20c lhcgeuulnohRsLDQoi y leach tablet p- y 1 l lrBeIUEUpersoeeofemree Sal iwlrlep tn8tot9elt r 5 3- X r tAP + t C I 1 Ry II 0 I THE HERALD I8PEd0ER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREENS KY THURSDAY May 21 1000 +RTtiZOU Q IIZEInT + Stale Rill district announcement 1 1000 each county announcement 500 txoiiuuouucciucutiuailc until the fee 8 paid KwO Iur Jutlgo Court uf AiionU Appellate unto for Judge ol the Court of Appeal from this District Riilijcot to your nctioii Elec tion November WOO Itoncctfiillv KD C OUKAU For Coneress Tenth District IIII STAMPER I countyII IILI DAVIS Wo are authorized to nilII nounrc AMOS DAVIS county as n candidate for Congress 1111orJIIIIto action of the Democratic party For Counly diiiler liii OONGLErpON 1Ve are author InnnouucoI r l 1111 partyCOMBS JIII LINDEN illiI Inll TUT Innlln We are nuinnririMi to ounce Ar COMBS nlll for the office of County Judire ufIsubject to the notion of the ricandidateI party Ior Shorter We are imtlinriieil to 1I1I1 nniiiii U A V In II V EX lift it ciinillilate fltilt office of 11t IW1 IIDWnl To county subject to the action trl InriIJntlnouncpT We are FIlAN toK I actionrI fII partyIIiIauthorized to an IIIIDI II HUSH nf Torrent iw candidate fur the offer Em11 yiielifV of Wolfe County subject to IIfl of the Democratic party PERKINI nre authorized to I nnnouuceII A RIV fif PEHKIKS of Lacv creek ns it candidate for the office of Sherill of Wolfe county Ii subject to the action of the Democratic partyai For Conuiy Att irn y FULKS are authorireil to an uiiuntc C C llLKS nn n t cnndldnte lor County Attorney of WilliI subject to action ot the Demo 11CIIIIIIi I party Ior ilitllrr III COMBS1Vc art Hiithoriscd to an ISAAC COM ns IIiItiR n candidate for Jailer of 1tolfe I rlll1l1trIIIIhI IR jeot to notion of the IIIIrYLEH are authorised to IIII I muneeIOHN It TYLKU Uampton as a candidate fur Jailer of olfo county subject to the action of the 1111of party County Court Clerk IIIIIt I I 1 are authorisedI I to nilII nounce W S TUTT as n I ilEiIIdhlntbtor Court roeloetion subject as to Clerk action of the WolreII partitt1IOLl0 are authorized to I announce RICHMOND HOLLOS M a candidate l Clerk of the Wolfe County Court subject to the action It of the Democratic party I I 1ortuaur IBlitCOOPER I We We the the We For We the Wo We announce SlKNTKIl I I 1IIIIIItllI11ItheII 111111i ILSON US tier We are authorized to nit imiinro Fit ANlv PHIS WILSON as n candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the action of the I I1 Democratic party f For County Siinorliit unit out 11o are authorised to nilII KSIIIPII TAULBEE nnlhorlzclll I Wc are huthorucd to announce JOHN W 2 TAULUUK M n candlnate for County Su perintendent of Hcliool for Wolfe county subject to the action ol the Detuocrotio party TUB HEUATU has not yot boon honored with tho proceedings of tho district democratic committee hold nt Sulyorsvillo nut wook but wo lonrn tint county convontions are to bo hold on Wednesday July 25 anti tho district convention July 2S at Pnintaville in Johnson H county Jnst who will bo tho con tending candidates for tho honor ofIi representing tho tooth district vo do not know but presume they will show up soon i WITH throo governors lunugu ratod within ftvo months Keutucky t cert inly takes tho load in exocu I atiYQL- tt 1 I fNothat tho contest ns to the governorship bile boon settled tin people are speculating as to win will bo thd nominee of tho rospoc live parties next fall when a gov ornor mutt be elected Goy Beck pant some maintain will bo th democratic c a n did1 a to notwithstanding n provision in the constitution that no inan can succeed himself as govornor Well accord ing to our way of thinking that shuts out Mr Hockham and heI being out who is tho man to nom irate Who can come litost nearly to uniting tho Goobel anti anti Goobol elements Hon James D Black of Barbourvillo is beyond question tho man of all men in the party to attain that end lie iis absolutely free ofnIl antis isms etc and there is not a democrat in tho state who can not or who will not gladly cast hisi voto in convention for the lion James D Black as the democratic nominee for governor and we feel1 that every democrat who knows i Mr Black will bo as glad to do so I as would tho editor of thet hazel Groon HKKALD who for years has felt that Mr Black is every way most eligiblo As between the old lino democrats and tho young de mocracy of tho state Mr Black is tho happy medium to satisfy both classes Ho is in the prime of life knows all tho history of the party anti of tho state a gentleman of elegant eloquence and so eminent 1 ly qualified in every essential for tho office of state executive that tho old men of tho party fool that in handing the office over to him they would ho passing it into hands that would forever honor it honor tho state and honor himself Tho young democrats in whoso hands the safety of tho party now rests fool that Mr Black would ho a worthy successor of the long line of illustrious governors whose names illumine with electric brit liana tho escutcheon of Kentucky lie is in short a Crittonden croat ed for the occasion and if tho party be wise it will make haste tto arrange with Mr Black to accept tho situation There must be no ulistako ill making the nomination for governor this time and the oft quoted but much abused aphor ism The party iis greater than any man must 1 be strictly adhered to or thoro aro very grave doubt tf losing to tho enemy Maddened by thoir losses in cases before the courts the republicans will exert every effort to win the text guber natorial race and every mistake wo make will ho utilized by then for all thoro is in it With the success of tho party first anti fore most for us TUB HKKAIU will be found in the front rank lighting for tho success of the democratic party and though onlyu moun thin howotzer in magnitude iit will be aimed and fired with all the skill wo can command and withI tho view of making every shot count With that out in view we this wook nominate Mr flack as tho democratic nominee for gov ornor and ask all democratic pn porn in tho state to calmly care fully conscientiously consider his claims regardless of territorial cir cumstances Lot tho papers of th interior of tho state for once grant us the right to this office tho ma terial wo offer being equal to any that can bo produced elsewhere onlythated from republican ruloor mis rulethe party bo united tho poo plo generally bo made happy and prosporous and tho taxpayers de lightfully delighted TUB Taylor troops suddenly fin gont tant General Collier to stop downi and out and dismiss his eojers Wntix the news reached hero onv Monday afternoon that the su prdmo calm hid decided in flea of Gov Beckham in the contest between him nlulGu Taylor UID democrats shoutedf to each cube lllncans were correspondinglyi down cast TUB HKUAID with tho stale constitution as its basis for Iho belief has all Iho time maintained that no matter before what tribu nut it was tried Gov lit ekhan t would bo declared tha governor inI fact It was therefore no surprise to ua but with all good citizens of tho commonwealth wo rogrot that tho matter could not or was nott settler when the general assembly first met The contest has engen Bored a great lord of lad blood resulted in tho death of Joy JOt bel and innumerable other crimes to say nothing of tho expenditure of an immense sum of money the burden of which must bo borne by 1nil alrond overladen people IVo iuro if it belongs to tho United States taut no ono seems to Icily it should bo entitled t II tho snub privileges as have been tHo territories of this union prior to statehood Why indeed can f ho not 1 bo ulmitt d illtn tbounii n as tho state of Porto llieo Lexington Eastern Railway General Passenger Department Lexington Ky May In WOO Effective MayirnhMrT H Mr gait is appointed soliciting passen gor agent of this company with headquarters at Lexington CHAULBS SCOTT Approved Gen Puss Agt J H BAKU Gen Manager Republican Convention Tho republicans of Wolfe county are hereby notified to meet in nuts convention at tho court house in Campion Ky on Saturday May 20 moo for the purpose of select ing delegates to attend the convent ion at ILouisa Ky Juno oth lilOO for the purpose of nominating aI candidate for tho office of Judge of the Court of Appeals C C WILLIAMS Chairman Fun SuEA scholarship in tho OommeriMal CllllqI of lKentucky tniversity By arty application i at this otlico some young mUll can save several dollars tf LA iOOOOOOJBATHSII FROM CHOLERA DURING TH PAST YEAR Tho Germs of this Fatal Disease urn Lurking Everywhere Thousands- of Dollars Saved by This Wonderful Discovery Hundred of thousands of dollars has been lust in tho poultry bitslncss on ac count of tho devastation among tho Hocks caused by cholera croup gape and other fatal diseases There have been many remedies advanced but unite seem to bo so successfulIIns tho American Poultry Mixture This will cure chickens in the lust stage of cholera taut nap and iis ex cellent for gapes Do your fowls stiller from violent diarrhea dropping of the wings stupor or excessive thirst Y These are the first symptoms of cholera Cholera isi a germ disease and being infectious spreads rapidly through tho entire flock Take time by the forelock dont stop t experiment with unreliable or untried1 remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary measures they recommend in upeCholera iis a terrible disease but this rem edy cures it every time It is also guar a steed for roup which can be told by I swelled dischargehoarse breathing eyes at tho nostrils resembling catarrh Fifty dollars is ollercd for any case the Mixi turo will not cure If sonic of your fowls are diseased it will prevent the rest from catcldng it Try it It is cheap reliable and effective a scientific preparation goes more than three tunes as far as any other remedy docs more good than all of thom combined It ia used and endorsed by tho most experienced and largest breeders of plain and fancy poul 1try in all parts of the world The matin factnrcrs guarantee every package or re haul purcluuo money If your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture lies IIiI II Terre Haute Ind 1I 4 r v THB LEADING CLOTHING H U r Y n CjF 1t RENTUOJKV iflis Gus Straus IE I xT N i NO ADVANCE IN PRICESI NO ADVANCE IN PRICES 4 OO Worth of Fill Clothi- uLSAT THE OLD PRICES Iyouj I Eeautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 1lla3utifuI Clay Worstaff Suits at l Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful line of Boys and 1 Childrens Clothing We will save you 40 per cent Largest in the state When you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters A LOUIS 5 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY arMail Orders Filled Promptly I fI 11F rS Jt r U F E r I have just received the finest lino and greatest variety of LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS t SHOES ever brought to the mountains and hitting bought them before the recent rise in leather I am prepared ttll san my customer money on every purchase they make I want the hulirs especially to examine my stock For the price I can show them a frontlacu shoe that is a feelEpot kidglove Kospoctfully JOIN M ROSE RESTORED MANflOOD 7TM rOTMII MOTTS xsavElll t- PILLS nspreatrntItnllncrrouAycaaeoft IrIf H MnnliiHHl Innolcmjr Mehtlr Kmlk n Vuullif nl Krroi Me tsl WMry oxnimiTotiMM r T tmVMrUrlin Iwuttoww mrii tl tin ml Imnnlty VItheyK1 rw Kivon wrlltrnrJ1 II M niroi r tI i r ft niMloiMiert1 Jt o oief or C 041 lilt ttLtN It IM I1111 IlclmnlOhlO rijUINNS OINTMENT- FOR HORSES stands atthe head ofall veterinary remedies Such troubles ns Spavins Curbs Vindimffs Snlints Hunches have no terrors for n horse if the mnsler kccis nod npplics Quiuus Uiatuicut well known horsemen speak of it in the highest terns AUIIMiller hiJiUy of V rlnklinIa ownrrt of St IU1 1Mthrr of lat daoyTritehart0dtJainnhntmnntrUhgrxtaureruaudbrheeatfufllLallclniturdrr It Wechrrr 0fully nxroiumcna It to our rleiuU Fur lutb Spllntu K pavus or llnnchr It IIn no mail 1Price JISQ Smaller sue soc Sold by all druggists or sent by mail f IV O EDDY A COI WHITEHALL N Y 11rA f4tQffJ v 1J 1lq 4P41111 IIII 11 I IY Y YII Y 1 11 c rp 0 i r1r t3 4 fir JJ rlytr r THISI E AMI SATISFACTION GlAlUNTKKD IN ALLA1414A 1 s CAVEATS TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS Send your buhlea IUrret to Wolilticton- mivc tune costs luu bottur service UT oflc clM to U B Patent One FREE prtltoln irr lutUutiant made Attyi fee sot du unul r Unt tl urOo1 PERSONAL ATTENTION OtVEN 19 YEARS ACTUAL EXrCRtEHCE HooktoobtainPatntaale not free besets procor t tiros h L081urtTKlr iptclkl coda wlthoat chirp la U ACEtuEIIInGt04SlDloCaUltrGERt1tSTNI I maleII maleI p OR which 1liit41lll 111111 uuuOF 1KVKKY Dll HirilO NEATLY OHFAIMY AND PROM 1TLY EX KITTED AT OHk SP1RNG 1000 Tree Plants Vines Kvcivthing for Orclmril Lawn nail Garden The largest stock in Kentucky of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Grape vines Strawberry plants AJ I- IUUndsuch as llhubarb anil good onlinarilv ft 10 Strawberry jatalogues to be had on Replica thou to HFIHLlKXMKYEKs Telephone 279 Lexington ivy This is the placo to got your job work done nootly 1 c IQ Q7i9STiSw1YSitr w r f IF t ft oOD t 1 LIv nOUO tt rr 11 Ihf Co1 rurl bllousthssk IH1l1dt t Ia t nafcca IniUsiaf tlon etc They arc In valuable to prevent a cold or break up n over Mild intlc certain they lire worthy confidence Purely vegetable theyyour can bo taken by ihlMrui ur dellcato women rrlcc 211 Rtl tnotllrtllt 11Jtr orhy nisi of C L hoof A CO lAiwell Mass tHE HERAL A FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Dee 1903 Offer Nearly 5 Yours Byspllciul arrangement made with tilt publishers f the PAKMI JotKNM wo art enabled to ortVr that palter tocv rv su siribi r who pays for Ill E HI E IKALI ono year ahead for onlyI 100 both papers for tho price ut outs Onlycur pa nor one year and tthe FAUM Jouu KAI from 1101 ta until December FlDIUJotitsuI isai old ostnblishod pai peroiijoyinn rnt popularity on of th l hstt null most useful farm papers published 1I1iot1r should bo accepted1 with ut lines Th wheat Had oat crop through this section looks good Tuilgi Tutt of Campton took tlinnr at the Day House on Satur day The Confederate Reunion cool moiiis luixt Wednesday at Louis yule TIll prospect at the present that there will 1bo a good crop of black berries M 115L Taylor the phoi raplu r sport Sunday at his homo non r West Liberty Mrs Uarnoy lilankonship tvn iu town M mday morning doing somo shopping J M Davis of 12ol iis hero tthis woek biilding a stout chimney in II lP Pioratts new hake If you want nice picture frames go to Taylors gallery tog t them They are nice and ohoap Mrs Emma 12 vans amt howitch I in dui1 lhtr Lillie r1 gut Sunday I lllghIlI qllllll dimplon 11112 Swingo Inns peon appoint ed pitvntT nf Ttlivr Wolfe county vice W Clark reigned Iiary Pionitt loft hero on Siturliy for Campton to be tIt gut t fMs Annie liolle Combs r Taylor Day of Hazol Green FloydDay1 fr 12dos a hardware drummer of worldwide reputation stopped nt tho Day House on Friday night Mrs Hob Nodloy living a little distance front town bought a line hat from Miss Lulu Kash on Sat urday Sam Wilson our pootpainter iis this Wfek beautifying Limo residence of Hy tulips U miloa from town with paint Willie Mankor tho celebratd drummer for a Cattlosburg firm spout Pridny anti Saturday at HM Day ILjuso Miss Lulu Kiish made a guano for MrdI Ellen Pieratt on Fridayl and those that have soon it pro claim it n gum Hanford White Mr Gardner and another gentleman nil from Irvine Kywore guests at the Day House on Thursday A ladys handkerchief was picked Up in front of our oflioo Sunday evening The owner cnn rocohv the same by calling at this ollice I havn n lot of percale shirti Waists cheap nt 100 which 1 am dosing out at 50c ouch First como tirst served JOHN M ROSK W Proton Norris formerly editor of tho Campton Banner has accepted position on tho Cincinnati Enquirer as hotel reporter NERVOUS troublon arc cured by which oa thebest a Il1o On Saturn nfturaoou Inst foe ror drugsotIykawithInuit was thstoreo nterclnntthat of hifrinmidI t emailiyk11ItrsillltrlJrNC Ththnl1lnto1t i tlmttiI Dr1aulIuxnm tho forsomIIInH t I ram it jill the muscle of time hack it 11inru1 r ralilbe emit itnull trimthought rllcoorthMonday yet and he worsonkI 1111lilytended in MngollinI After MillorI 1wns shot he run 20+ fet picked upI a rock nud thrw it nt Dvkos In the mnntiiu Alf Millar n hrutur- of Jack got hishut gun and tlira at Dykes sumo halt dozen shot IOUjam Ilhulegg Prof Cord ami q C DaniM left iuvestie gate the oiler made bv the citizens 1for1tvnnt badly It iis understood thatt their oiler is 00 which em braces a brick dwelling house andi vvral 11 r of lunl The nationalI W U11OmniI empur the otVer made by MoroheadI and HazelI Gre+ n ivspoctively and as HazelI Green is already in jusession we have a fair show of retaining i The national Ivard has never ihudi action on tthcuiHtter until now John H Rose says ho hopes tto bo able to shape his affairs by the first of June that ho cat leave for his new homo at Herua at that time aunt un runt Iy requests allI who ewe him to como in and set tie Miss Maud CardweM daughter 50f Jjulgo Charley Cardwell of Still water died very suddenly on Mon icy nighti Sill wan takent sad denly sick at tli oclock ant died att 5H sutVoring intensely with cramps in tit tuiirih in the iu intime ChiLra mornis iis rportcil as the cause of her deatht Iahl tlllltt III llll 11111 Jltll- liiriiiiit tin ill i IIIUAIII- Mucli d I IIIHV out nr- IIit lip rrperlfull t urn i ti riiuu al once and lake ailvitiiluut1 u iur iluli rpil with lln T VCIIIII IIIItlIrat fur 1r in nlln tin furl iliiiiriial ixift niMiitli 111 tni n II iiiiiiir 1111 TilHni I AH i MKKAIli lir lJiiiuiuliKMLL FOR 1 I Noise Xickell loftOl Monda morning for Torreiitwith tthelnrge soda fountain which was purchasedIIu si few years ago for the HazelI Green fair null it will ho put in op lwrn t ion at the hotel at Torrent Jolt Davis a flue torso time prop ortyof John 1D Rose jr will mako tho season of 1 000 on Lacy creel l miles front Hazeltlrcn5 The bills were printed at this ollico If you want MI the news IlIcnll4l1t1 freipi a duilv Rhl two w Hkljr iwpir + end us six dollar anl w i will see thnt you receive for one year The Morning Ilenrldof Lexington The iKentucky Stock Farm and Tint HKUAID w w t l i Does the i 1 Baby Thrive I iiIfnot something must be f wrong with its food If the + t mothers milk doesnt nour ish it she needs SCOTTS t iI EMULSION It supplies the l elements of fat required fort f the baby If baby is not j nourished by its artificial I food then it requires I Scotts Emulsion tHalf a teaspoonful three IIII J or four times a day in its tI bottle will have the desired t f effect It seems to have a t magical effect upon babies I and children A fiftycent t bottle will prove the truth of our statements t Should bo taken In summer MS well as mater lumtsuNwYalscotTss lrti tr NOT HER PERSIMMON ur SAM WIUSOX The uioItheoI if now r two inuit fever llIllIotSlttt1 ottr link remuin fI miirht haw xlitiiie frceri11InWuI a tuir or Main I XM upon tin tokens tOlllnAndtroitsurrsTo IctThtherelad1 Whit thIIl1ff iiimjti hovered near 1 w rhymes lingerOnn1r11birhhugersour OIlJ1RjltntlIl due Within Ihnt little packager viewlino1 mellnveW R SUITIIS COMMKUciAL COLLEGE LoxiQQton Ky Is tho Place to Educate for Profit to Got a Living and Become Usoiul Cltlzons todthe world It is an imperishable capital n grand legacy that will last as long as life mind reason ex- istsi Xo young man should ven turn into business for himself or attempt to take charge of that of another without n business train tug Prof Wilbur K Smith hats boon tho well known president of tutu Commercial College of Kentucky University Lexington Ky for 211 years luring which tune he has educated thousands of young peo ple for positionsi of honor and of trust His graduates are to be found in high salaried pesitious all Smithtmakes a specialty of imparting to young and middleaged people a practical education as bookkeep ing shorthand and typewriting etc He tins born connected with various enterprises in an official vicepresidentIgeneral of Kentucky Ho now devotes his whole time to his col lege work This responsible and influential college watches the in terest of its pupils- Situations are secured by hun deeds of its graduates every year They have the distinguished honor of being awarded the diploma from tho Kentucky tniversity under seal1 Lexington lKy contains 55000 people Its society leas always hospii wiry place for young people to at tnt college during the summer and full1 At no ttime in the history of tho entire country huts thorn been such demand for educated young men riulwrInow by fur thou ever before MoreI factories are going up and nuts capital con ing front tho north and east seeking investment In con clusion we refer you to 1rofSmiths advertisement in this paper He tviil gladly send you full parlicu laro of his famous college by ad draRingonly Prof W H Smith Lexington Ky Judge Biggie not only knows a great deal about horsps but what is more important ht knows huts to impart his information in a way that will bo understood Ono tees not have to wade lhrnugha amass IIf undigested unimportant mat ter Tho Big lo Hook are mod els of clearness and conciseness rho price is 50 cants free by in aili I address ltho publishers Vilmor Atkinson Co Philadel phin circumstances Alter Canes Incases of ilysM p iu nervuuniuw enUrrh rheunwtUm eruption ode theetreututanr may lie altered l y purifying and onrlehl till blnl with Hootli SRrnnerllla Try It Hoods Pills euro lilllouinoM henJuehe All Confederate soldiers not able to board tthemsolvos will be fur nished everything free at tho Louis ville Kounion May 110 JUJunt 1 23 If you aro thinking of hawing photogrnpliH taken call at onco II I will only remain in Hazel Orwn throw wooks Very truly yours M 15 TAYIO- HTaylors photograph gal lory is now in Haol Green null will re main three wooks All who want anything in this lino should call without delay 11 H Taylor is now in Hazul Oroen making flno photographs If you want anything in this line you should call at onco as ho will remain only throe wooks- w lu3wYl airtrs cr n t rl a rnraFtr l4e+P r S h Tho Farm Journal U qreamt not fnrthonearly five yours romnindor of 1000 nud nil of 1001 1002 1003 nud 1001 to overt subscriber now nuduh to THK HKUAII vho will pay a yunr nhond Both papers for tho prioo of one ThursdnylustI buys resulted in favor of tho form t+ r club by tho score of 20 to C Tho town boys wants to have a littlo mow practice boforo tho noxt game Tho railroads wostof tho Missis sippi rivor are considering u rate of one coat a milo to tho Confed orate Heunion at Louisville May 0131 Juno 1 2 8 lime rate from St Louis to Louisville nUll return will be 060 from Chicago 800 South Coldiron of Lacy crook SaturdayIHstwhile Como again South He loft with a supply of fishtackles nudn 22 cal riflo He is bound for game Revs E K Pike and Dolly Me Cluro accompanied by John Will TauIIbeo and daughter and ono o- fIIoTos IP HOBOU daughters loft Tuesday morning to attend con ference of time Methodist church at Clay City now in session Judge Win Taylor and Henry Combs of French burg passed through town MtMiday morning on route from Salyorayillo whore they attended a meeting of the Tenth district democraetio con gressional committee Thu Preston brothers photog rapiers from near Paintsvillo were guests of tho Day house Mon dry night and learning that Mr Thomas hnd already located pore they returned homo Tuesday morning Kentucky veterans are taking n Kreat interest in tutu Confederate Reunion in Louisville May HO Juno 1 1 Gln11 H Hriggs coat- imanding the second division will have 700 neon in uniform there If your horse or mulei hasa lump bunch bums spavino curbsplint or any like ailment go to John M1 Hose nand get n bottle of Quinns Ointment which will re move the obstacle tf Quito a crowd of the young folks of this town attended tho general ciilurtainment at Campton on Sat urdu night last mind mill report an enjoyable time as well as good e orcisos by tho smallI pupils Miss Phil Pointer ono of OWIIM boros lovolicrit yirls will be a sponsor at till Confederate ttii KI union Louisville May 80811 and Juno I 2 Ial woo Agents on salary I1600 per weekam cxponspM tho jreitist ajient srlier veil produced oviry tock and poultry raisii buoys it on nightI IIiu tiers wanted Ilef ferenee Address with fctamp American Mfg Co Terre llnute Intl tfIAll who desireI to wear nicely laundriod shirts collars cuffs etc should call on Robert Cord agentt for the Lexington Steam Laundry I thin work of which is superior i that of any laundry in tho state tfI Miss Minnie Day spent Saturday and Sunday with her father and mother P N Day and wife and loft Monday morning for Jackson undor escort of Ed Ono Miss Maggie Haulsoy and her niece Miss Virginia Haulsoy laughter of Jos llaulsey of Grassy wore visitors at TUB HKUAID man sion Tuesday Mrs Hammonds ami a Miss Williams of Lee City wVre in town shopping on Tuesday and thin former bought n lint of Mrs P N Day I f I J IlCrHl T 1 Mark hone stood to his gunewkbut time other republican members of tho senate connniltoo on intecrf pUiilitr I a to report tho Nicaraguan bill favoj ably to thu senrtto NofonIt ii I Morgan 61ljl that ho vil force iH through at this session It is to bo hopid that ho will WilhoGevedon representing tho Paris grocery firm was tho guest of his father John Tom Govedoij i on Monday night Y Dont forget thnt you can have tho Courier Juurmutl or Dispatch and 11110 UKUUH ono year for only 100 emit ittayoatthe1JOI Hogs are running at largo on Iho streets of Hazel Groan notwith standing the efforts of TownMr1 shnl PiorntttCopies or this paper may ho found Ollnu nt the ilhVe ufour Washington correXful WWIIIIIIIIIIII 3603 sLi 1 1IaeolGreenI Includilliil I IMATIX TIKI5 SUKLNKKHS UKX DKKS PH 111lte etc tott nuMtfruuiP to mention in detail ttf ThIn is u good buyiaiylaborI now riijoyH lint tinlecn I get nn offer tit once the tools eu wlll I ht IIIelln qlina titles to Hiiil In till tlllllp ill n large lot of blaukmnitli anti wn uiiiiiukorh mnto rill I such lIP iron steel bolts honsonctl Innibrr etc tto bu tlallpuHdor ill tho name way Atsit of mv HOir IKHOM AND KITOMBXI KUltXITUKK will be sold III qtianlitieii In rtiit Pit rchuscrs and the earls callers will got bar niiu A horse I liHrnex two wulille ariln good milk cow will lw surd u 1A GROUNDHOG CASE Jt tare lIt in the fiiee mid ns I will soon leave llnzel Creiii It In abmiltilely IICCCN i arv llial I IeullIt every debt duo mo lull IIrequatt amt who lire owinj mo to a inline forwiird and settle up nt once TIOM failing to do m may have to pny costs of eellfctiin us I must anti will here my nmiiiv The old man you re inembtr tried lo eoiix the boy out of tho Hpple lute ami fjiljuj in that ho resort ed lo r ets I hep I wont hl1 to throw any Uccpoctfiilly JOHN II KOSI3 I SeLECTED BYTIIE US GOVERNMENT FOIE UsEttVALHOSPITILs I PRESCRIBEDI irl qLL 1 i THE lEfDI t4 G INFIf- MJFlESOFX E COUNTIC DISTILLED BY- JWMCuLLLcH OVJ ENSBORO KENTUCKY Our Ice rctutneil If we fall Any one teaaln kt h nail drl uiMuii ui any invention winI titotnttty revive our opinion free ron rnhllC the jwlciitalilily ol Mine prow to Obtain M Patent ncnt tiixin tciiic t 1ntcnU KCuretl alaatourexpeiuelatent ela tioMcf wlllnll eluHal In Tun IATKNTKitcoiiD nu Illiiitmtri unit widely clicuUteil journal coniuUril l y ManufarturemnnU Investor Scud lor ample copy FREE Aildieu VICTOR J EVANS A CO latent Attorneys Evans Building WASHINGTON 0 C ms n Pecs cIct- N uGt tVAS1fl7 1L t GTOt t rXgVnumtUIIUUDookkoopinpllblu prcuntIplkatlontopdrrrbindirlnaCnr tmlulon UBht also JolntlitockIank UIllIDON Aria c sSB- Jttlr Ilinmaniblp CorrnpuuJvuc and Oouimircltt Law 0aflraduat luceetital i SB I PhOnOQPaphyTrrrrltlaB T Irsrapbr hue rrecbl dtpartroenti and trathtn Ao tat 5fr CRK to 90hlpltd tuition booki and hoard for jrnqn mrn at tilt V ltc IN MtvM raffl D3 r iilont al JlooltllJlllr Htrnosraplitri Txlroraphrr r 4TMjl ito ItJrtl l lrr pr far HrnlBrlir Vailvrrvlljr Olplorucv nnitrr Mat awlydrdqnrtln1CJJN arUroatq 0014 for mwllthtunwu and 1autrbl5w g n 1 and 1silt rl dr to ton l allrmu Mikf4rM err i t iwaWILBUR iilr 2 aRnbeh r lr r tfy otiWi flJUlIfln pttrfnum is iit UiuvjTmut anal ref taeo tad B Q4Iur Uy 4 1 ea dC rI 1i4 J t d t oj f Ae v 7v- rr rrn rrrrR rrr r diem r s r a x w 4 e t t iJ 1 12 x TUNE CENT PBft YEAR Y till by Uicla Sam for Mail Service up ta VlMtMla OkBipeit OoTernment- Offielil ea Record Iowa county Wisconsin lays claim to having tho lowestsalaried official in tho employ of the United governmont cent a your to curry the mail be tween Dodgevillo Wis the county seat of Iowa county and Mineral Point nine miles distant It is the law that such employes shall bo paid quartorly but Linch although ho has boon carrying the mails regularly since last July has as yet received no quarters of a cent or checks for those amounts The young man is not looking for any romittancos on his salary until next July whoa ho expects a chock for a whole cent It is supposed this will bo the smallest cheek over issued by tho government and of fort have already boon made to leonro possession of it Tho mat carrier has received several offers of f15 or 20 for the check but he hat so far warily avoided any defi nits entanglements Both Dodgovillo and Mineral Point have railroads but there is none between the two towns The trip front ono place to the other by rail iit to roundabout that it is out of the question so passengers and mail are driven across country Whoever has the contract for car rying the mail fools ho is certain of all the passenger trade for no ono has yet had the courage to compote for passenger business with the United States mail carrier For this reason tho transfer of the mail is doomed a valuable privilege Evory four years tho post office department invites bids and lets out now contratB to lowest bidders for transfer of allotsackI Last year there was tho livolioslcomputition over known for tho Dodgevillo Mineral Point contract Several different mon signified their inten tion of going into tho contost and eachJpretty low to got tho prize The man who thon hold tho contract hud hoots receiving about HO per year for carrying tho mail It iis said that when tho bids for tho now contract woro opened in Washington it was found that tho three lowest oitors for earring tho mail per year wore ono cent 30 conts and 150 Frank Lynch boing tho ono cont bidder was awardod tho contract for four years Insummor timo says thoChicago Chronicle thoro is nothing of special interest about tho trip from Dodgovillo to Mineral Point A nocalled stago which is at least a first cousin to a spring wagon is tho conveyance used and tho journoy is made with comfort and on a pleasant day with pleasure for tho rolling hilly country of Routhwostorn Wisconsin especial attractive in tho summer But in tho winter timo tho pres generallydotorminos I fort of tho trip Whon thoro is sloighing tho mail carrier takes I his passongorfl across country as snug as a hug in a rug On a pair of bobs ho has a longbodiod boxod in affair which lo ks morn like a freight car than anything olso In tho center of this box is a stove and about tho sides are soats for tho passengers who outer by a lit tlo door in tho roar of tho car P goinginmade without tho least discom fortBut whon thoro is no snow on tho ground this ninomilo trip is quite a different proposition Tho old spring wagonstago with a few lap robes is brought into service Curtains aro hung all around as a supposed protection against the Wisconsin blasts but it takes moro than oilcloth curtains to resist the penetrating qualities of tho cold up thoro A skin coat and nothing ti but a skin coot will keep out t tho cold Whon tho thermometer is below zero and thoro is no snow oil tho ground that trip of ninea miles can only ho taken with suf fering as tunnya traveler can tos tify Great opportunity ottered to good reli able men Salary of 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroy cr in the country Send stamp Ameri can Mfg Oo Torre Haute Irnl tf THE HKKALD ono year the Courier Journal QUO year and tho Farm Jouron for live years All three for 100 I e J c d n + If the Boer wonnn rt 1 tlt the field oven Rli I iI ri r rI homo guards tho lint I IiI l II that it is no joko toI twill I practically doul t t ing force of the Bter l + I women willnott t either n Look in Your Mirror- Do I you a eparkling eyei a healthy I gracefunof good health If they are absent there Isnear alwaYI toms disorder of the die tlnctly feminine organs present Healthy I everywhere menstrual organs mean health and beauty I MoELREES I Wine ofCardui makes women beautiful healthy It strikes at the root of all their trouble There Isno menstrual disorder ache or pain which it will not cure It is for the budding girl the II busy wife and the matron approaching the change of life At every trying crisis in a womans life it brings health strength and happiness It costs anon of medicine dealers For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tenn HRS nOZENA LEWIS of OenftTllle Texst IAYII1 was troubled at monthly Intervals with terrible palm In my head and back but have been cntlnly relieved by Wine of Cardul I nu ORDINANCE Sealed Bids for CulvertCovered Ilf order of Hoard of Trustees of Hnzcl Green there Isi to be uCULVBIlT COVERED comprising IiH cubic yards ot masonry in the town of Hazel Green Sealed bids are in order and can be handed to Win II Kali attorney for town or G W Wheeler Police Judge for presentation at next regu lar meeting the Second Friday in June Dimensions can IIP lind by necin Mr Kh uttIYI to represent me in their own and surround iuq conntieH Willing to tiny yearly 000 payable weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities Inferences ev changed Enclose 8elflIJt1rcs ell Ntampcil envelope S A IAUK 320 Caxton Lug ChicagooqUlliltiI QIVE9 Sty I l g30Tho marvelous txiwHr lt I and Alphance Induces mnnnn3lMya Trial 110 Thai tliut you will irlnillr nlio line hutlcroil their tlicm tl nxerclae Uiclr WORLDYIGORKlt ctrlclty l tho uriRtvxt VORLDIreNU curroiit imt lifo It Iarhw Tim coB tint alt ik ctrlP AiipllHiicoMI I l l ur- I I14 tncurr Uliiiimiitltnl artslkcuri14htLtat ud tiInr NorvniH Untililty t iMahlr Ynu mar not i vj5y i tl 1 ami jroit will thou rtiillin inltn t Kcn UtOT j ff llliitrnttsl Iaimihlot en t UIl11nlal PROF Split A frc In in a ONLY INntiiHlPt IN TUB lUock I and purified toilet soap and Isoaps in every way It contains all he healing anti antiseptic properties of the black tar objecttlonabteIt coils neither towel nor wash bowl for ItsIlather It Is anowwhllejj freely than other tar Koaps and being zoo per soapsofIt contains much more glycerine than other soaps land this together with Its soft thick lather make king among shampoo treatment of akin scalp and hairdiseases aggravated cases 01 dandruff scald head Log hair etc Whltar Is highly fallII Physicians recommend it for babies and In cases of chafe or heat rash the soap is peculiarly efficacious 1I Oak your dealer for it MANUFACTURED DY CLINTON CO OLiNTON IOWA I HERALD 1 SoapIs the1out SOAP Jon PRINTING IS THE- UESTandthecheep I MILLNX s 60 YEARS rTRADE MARKS DESIGNS Ac Anyone sending a kCteh and may quickly Hscnrtnln our opinion an invention IK probably pntentable Communlca tlona strictly Rontlilential Handbook on Patents sent frco Oldest agency for IccurtnllJlatentll Patents taken through Munn A Co rocelTl tptetal notice without charge in tho A handsomely Illustrated weekly T rreest circulation of any sctentlBo Journal Terms 13 a year four months tL Sold byall newsdealers New Branch Office OS F atWashington ANTED SEVERAL PERSONS FOR District Office Managers in this state to represent me in their own and Hurroumi jug counties Willing to pay yearly 000 payable weekly Desirable with unusual References ex changed Enclose stamped envelope H A PARK 320 Caxtoo Build lug Chicago 26Cm GETI unit Sae I1IIU Jftu printed At IIKHALI onicn IE O The of America 20 IN OHIO GURED It ran In 11 iro tkinuniliiluir toi I in ryniptoinc I iiti a iii fur banners uturicxl lih invl ifcial luipiiic No matter whether cjxtifclhy evil Imljlt in youth 1 nnttiml winkncMor wxual vxcesrcH our New ixicitivcly r euro you i- NO r1 n l+ tint f ifii till nitre Our New Method i will euro yi a You run iiorUk fi i5tJ 0 01 t VoirK Man You nro pale fccblo nil im nnli nprrou + irritnhlu nnil ox citublo You liccotnn furcctfiil moroce I r the blight of your existence WE No matter how serious your cams may bc or how Imlu you inay 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