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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 I J rj v re d r iy f r THE n1T AEL GREEN= h Established March 4 1- 885IIERALPIMade Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell t = i FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 81 1000 NUMBER 51 le i aPENClcltandcootEtlltorThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountIllst PEA la Y Advaaec IAE + TpireMIIorgTft i e i f returned from Cincinnati I have just where I purchased n line of TRIMMEO AND- UNTRIMMf jb HATS I HAT TRIMMINGS of 1 arc of the latest patterns and up Slate in all respects The ladies of I Hazel Green anti vicinity are requested Ito call and examine my stock 0 DRESS MAKING I In connection with my MILLINERY 1 STORE I have a line of dress trim 5 including shirt waists shirt waist r mlng and nm prepared to fit fcyg5 makedresses iin the latest styles and fe do all kinds of sewing E In both departments I am prepared to I7 sell very cheap and guarantee satisfac j ion in all cases MRS F K DAY r I1KE HARTFIELD Ilendalmrtern 1lEpfE51- NTSCUCGENHEIMER Mt Sterling Kjr Co F Importers and LYNCIIBURQ Jobbers of Dry VA Goods Notj tlons and Fancy Goods Wo manufacture t the Well known nEAT ALL Pants and if Oreralls Hold your orders until you see him tO oooo0000000000000000- RF R A KA81I W II KASII fKASH DASH k f1tt07neysatLC1Jw- r HAZEL CREEN KY Practice in courts of the county and give special attention to collections I J a t 0000400900440000000000004000eeWINCHESTEII f I K H WITHERSPOON President- It D HUXTEll Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000T- his Bank solicits the accounts of mer 1 chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers its customers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of egitiraate bankingoct181y jTwT CILttlN VM L KASH MRAVEM 5 RASH J HAZEL GREEN KY I I r r We have a nice hearse and a full tockall COFFINS and CASKKPS on hand at r times which will be sold on the most rea Kashwilt net us funeral direc itprrnFi collin and hears3 upon re public patronage we arc I respectfully etc RAVEN t KASH JiI A LYON JR Leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Oices Beattyvllle and Jacks- onniit t 1 COUNTY NEWS NOTES xeTo insure insertion AU corrts byMondnythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS J r Pioratt of your town was visiting Harrison Swango Sunday Lark Lowe of Consolation was in this neck o the woods Satur dayR Maytownour Springs Friday Miss Fern little daughter of W P Cecil and wife now of Hazel Green had a very pleasant visit with us part of last weekuH H Swango attended the Sunday school at the Caskey schoolhouse Sunday and thinks they have a growing school Misses Ava Swango and Eliza 1 James of Hazel Green were buggy riding out this way Sunday They had some Kash with them but with that they came near losing ride homo 1 Our largo widoawako Sunday school at Daysboro received two very interesting and encouraging i talks Sunday given by J W Taul bee and Rev Harlau McClure of Grassy a J RBascon and J G Rico who i have been guests at the Springs for j the past two weeks loft Friday for iis their homes at Sharpsburg They were greatly benefited by the water and regreted to leave very much May 28 UNO SUNNY SIDE Gallic Taulbeo gave us a briefs business call Mouday- EdwordOneyspontSunda after j noon at Daysboro Mrs T K Pike who has been i visiting her mother for some weeks past returned home Friday j Miss CallieTaulboeaccompanied brother Piko to Pino Grove Satur day returning Sunday Wo wish to return our most sin i cere thanks to Grant Lacy for a nice photograph of Dewey Wo shall keep this grat captain in i grateful remomberanco of tho donor J W Taulbeo and daughter re j turned home from Clay City Friday and reports an enjoyable time at district conference Preaching most excellent most especially the sermon by Roy H 0 Morison This is examination week and our letter w necessarily bo short as we are so very busy Our school- is j nearing n close and we are beginning to fool sad the thought of being parted from our teachers and school mates is very trying j May 28 SUSIE SUNBEAM MORGAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT J M Wallace and wife wero shopping iin Daysboro Saturday John L Furgeson was the guest of Win Blankonship last Saturday J E F Cecil made a flying trip to j Mt Sterling last week on busi nessjj Barney Blankenship filled his appointmont at South Libertyon last Saturday and Sunday- S II Elam visited on Johnson Friehyand was accompanied homo by hi- Elam mother Mrs Launder Quite a crowd took dinner with B T Lee and wife Sunday Toml says ho likes for his friends to comeA J Blankenship and brother Hiram wont to Leo City Thursday- to see their brother inlaw Jack Miller who was shot at that place last week t- nF y i1re a GREAT SALEAT PiTI3L IC PSUCTION I Notice is hereby given that tho undersigned will as Trustee in Bank ruptcy of WILLIAM M CLARK beginning on MONDAY JUNE 4 1900I- n the town of HAZEL GREEN KY at the store of H F Pioratt or tho store room on the corner nt tho hour of 10 OClock n m pro g coed to offor nt public auction the stock of goods formerly owned piecebyto take any quantity ho desires nttho option of tho undersigned Trus teo Said stock consists oftlDry Goods Boots Shoes Notions Queensware Is IIofnone of tho goods being on hand over six month This is tho opportunity now for you to buy goods at your own prico and in as largo small quantities as you desire Salo will continuo from day to until completed Terms of snIp will bo for CASH IN HAND oriiFor any further informantlon call on JOHN II IlKHAir nt Hazel Green or write to nt Mt Sterling Ky IIENKY S WOOD BankruptJOHNCal Cundiff anti family worn the guests of their parrots V T Val lace and wife Saturday and Sun dayFrankVallace and sister Bertha visited their grandparents R M Cecil and wifo on Stillwator from Friday till Sunday Volney Oldfield is spending a fov days on Blackwator this week tho guest of his grandfather Uncle Reese Oldfield Little Ida Blankonship received very painful wound last week by falling from tho fence almost dis locating her arm at the elbow She resting easy at this writing May 28 EINNIM MAYTOWJf MISSIVES Miss Mina Nickoll is on the sick list this week Did you see the eclipse of the last Monday Hansford Justice was visiting frionds in town last week James Bolin of Jackson is vis iting relatives in town tillS week J A Eaton tho photographer is having much success at his workUncle John Adams our worthy minister preached us an able ser mon last Sunday Mrs Alex Patrick was taken suddenly jll on Friday last and hasI boon suffering much since Mrs Rebecca Richie and little daughter Hazol wore visiting Ed gar Kash and family last week Mr Curtain who has been confined to his homo for somotimo with la grippe is able to be outI againMisses Lizzie and Minnie Henry and Miss Jennie Nickoll of near Pomoroyton attended church at this place last Sunday- N B Lyons and wifo and llittle son Corbott anti Mrs W P Sam plo and son Charlie have returned from a visit to E B and R E May and families Ye scribe had the pleasure of at tonding a pound party at tho homo of Uncle John and Aunt Zolphio Adams on last Saturday evening and to say wo enjoyed ourselves would be putting it lightly Quito a number of the good people of our town wore present and many nice presents they received from tho aged down totho littlechildron They brought from one to twenty five pounds Wo cant speak in too high torms of Brother Adams and wife and wish them many many more happy pound parties May 28I LEOLENK Ship your wool to Elkhorn Woolen Mills They mnke the best blankets coverlids flannels jeans linficy tweeds sntlnettll and yarns over slifpired to your section and at less than it costs you to work your wool at home JBSrWrile our agent nt Grassy Creek or see local agents with samplesWatch for posters and dates for shipping Your taxes are duo and must be paid now So plcaso call and settle and save trouble as I am compelled to collect H F PlEKATT D 8 l1- f l OJ thWrittenOUR NATURAL BRIDGE nv XKILY KASH Is As wr Titri all the wonders of nature Inboriomed in clusters around No sight in our land can be greater I No lovelier places be found and This arch of stone nrlilne AllOYU other rivals so high I Of beauty and wonder comprising A thought for one passing bygrIn tAndt fllItAnti of nature a grand combine To lurk from the spring to tho fountain And drink from the rising stream Ire To view from the glen to the mountain Is a mystical pleasant dream tho Virginiaherovashingtot his namoI the gloryMade of fume But this sculpture of natural form Surrounded by others NO great Can give unto man such a ctnrn And to nature a grand estate The sculptor who fashlond the arch And gave it the touch ol his haml Leads non In his pilgrimage march To a higher and holler land or He who leads the brooklet so true too longGuldclITo the lull of tho rivulets song Great bridge thou art silent and still Yet n lesson thy silence has taught That wail IH n slave to his will And rushes for treasures ol naught Loiter From Texas GIIAVIB TEXAS May 17 moo fur Well Spoucer Coopor the editor of tho dear old HEHAU if you will allow mo space I will write a fow I lines Perhaps some one would love to hoar from mo but would JdaughterJ 12th inst She had lung trouble i hidnysJ health I know site is bettor off i but 1 hated to givo her up for she was so much company to us I want all of my friends to boar with 1110 in my trouble and pray that I may hold out faithful to tho end F I would love to see all of my old neighbors and friends around und about Hazel Green Ky as that K place fools hoar and dear to mo I I will send my host wishes to you x nIl c Undo IlonniB I saw tho death of Viio Yost in THB HERALD Was that your son or not This leaves us all weUntpreaI out and hoping this will kfind all my friends the snmotAlso tho death of two of my grandchildren Quillio the dough tar of Isa Harpor died Feb 23 WOO 2 years old of pneumonia Dorsa a son of J B Harper died March 12th 0 years old It has boon vory wot hero last winter and spring Thoro has boon a groat deal of sickness hero in this part of Texas Success to tho dear old Hazel Greon HEAIILD trulyJ Why shouldnt Corbott go toI Congress Ho would feel at homoj prizofightertalk and no fight send in your job work woTvill- givo you satisfaction I If I J yr FOUR DOLLARS FOR ONE THB HERALD 1 year 100 Published every Thursday- COURIERJOURNAL 1 year 50 Published Twice a Week FARM JOURNAL 5 years 250 Monthly until Decomer 19M Total subscription 400 threeifRespectfully 8tc- SlENOER COOPER For six dollars wo offer for one year paperrfthc combined price of which SOO The Morning Herald of Lox The Kentucky Stock Farm and Hazel Green HERA- LD000000000000oooooboooooao i Jtm BES ty Food for Intellectual Thought ooooooooooooooooooooooooo No nmn can vote unless ha Intelligently lu thistime of wart rtijiiori of wars the greatest aid to intelligent thinking and tho heat food for Intelligent thought Is that newspaper which greatest fInd hnt growIngwltoyof n nation or n crestpoliticalparty is something to bo desired it In tho duty of every citizen to thor i oughly inform himself upon the lending fopirs of the tiny TlIK 8KMIWKKKIV RKICnMO Is tie mid best of nil newspapers Its Ule rnphio and cable news service excels that any other paper It prints the news not imaginative occurrences but dog nnd distant fullrnuthontlcatcd laoti The policies of tho great political parties now being formed nnd the candidate dliouised Now IIs thin time to subscribe for best medium of keeping in touch with whole world Tan SKMMVBKKLY itsl- UIILIO No loss worthy of Attention Iis TltR RK IUIIIICH Sunday Magazine It Iis replete each issue with the best of special nrtlclft written by tho best of literary talent Its beautiful halftone illustrations have already quanstyNews features of absorbing attraction art Illustrated and enlarged upon In a manner j equal to tho high priced magazines Erantit current interest are set forth In enter dining style There iIis humor In Its pages and for the benefit of the ladies the eJlulHelT liniliu8 Huudny Mngnxlne IH standard Tho subscription price of Tim 8KMN j WKKKIY IlKfuiiLic Iis 100 per year Tim JlKiiniiia Sunday Magazine ifi per year IJoth papers are now using offered at the low price of 160 for one year To secure this low rate both must bo ordered and paid at the snmo time Address all orders to THE KEPlHLIC Bt Louis Mo afuiQistrators JOtiOB rY f r SamuelW e bey mutt prceuut their nlnlinn jiropcrly proven on or befaro the first tiny or June 1000 or the same will be barred And all are indebted tu the said dcccdnrit or estate must on or before the day data above given or suit will be lost uteri against them p orMRYllt1 Adminiitrator I J THE BEST Of THEM A4Lf1v 4 V ifiv LIPPINCOTTSWONTHLYJVACAZINB J Contain a completenovel In every nom her In of uieful lrIndXo contMualfor ei which amene- 9JeortoNaste M to rnor readers It should be In every household Sub rlptlon 9300 per year Agents wanted in every town to whoa a- bomost liberal lndueoweut wnlhooitered J D tIPPIMCOTT COMPANY PnoUillljriT a i fHILADCLPHIA 11 DR M C KASH ft PHYSICIAN AND SURGEOW t Office at Day House J QAJSEL GKEEN1 KY ti Will answer calla day or night Surrgcry obstetrics and ell CDllelJo female a specialty Keeps a supply of medicines ffJlTO ClWK A COIU IN ONK DAY t Take Laxatiro Bromo Quining Tablets b All druKgista refund money IIf it fall to Jcure 26c Tho genuine has L B QCMI y each tablet u u unC C twnUlrep noot of met NeI inlrltt trip to the p t 1 sf t r q r I CY 7 f if I I I Z i- l I i 1if HERALDI HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY May 31 1000 + nnOUn EmEnT + State and district County I 500 No announcement made until the fee a paid KhfOt- U1or Judge of ApiinnlM Appcl1ato date for Judge of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to your notion Elec ton November 1900 Respectfully ED C 0 REAR For CongrcgB Tvitth District liii STAMPERWe are to 1OIV I IIARDSTAMlJmofCuptonWolft COlllltyII till DAVI announcements uiinounccnicnts authorized I county HH u candidate for CongressI 1IIIMorganto action of the Democratic IArtyI Fur County Iiiiluo I1II CONGIJE rON Wo are author tied to announce W COXGLETOX as a candidate for the of County Judge of Wolfe county I ubjoct IIIJ to the action of the Democratic IIII COMBS J for the office of County Judge of subject to the action of the I I IIIIMnl1hlato party Fur Slurirr I mll LINDENWI are to DAVID I I ShellfflIIII STAMPERWe BUSH Inuu anl1I0UIICC authorized are authorized to II r FRANK UK a candidate for the IIISTAMPlm1 J county party subject to the actionfll 11 IInof Torrent an a candidate fur the otlice of 1111 ShcfifT of Wolfe County subject to action I of the Democratic party mll PERI INS InnnI PERKINS of Laey creek an a t candidate tar the office of Kherill of Wolfe countyI III subject to the action of the Democratic party Jfnr ConntVAttnrey Imll FUL18 1 I 1000 each Court MX otlice 110 artwniiim fC IMTIVU n for County Attorneyof Wolfe to thu action of tho Demo IilCIUlllhlllte For Inner 1 11 COMBS II A an AIII We are authorized In an nounce ISAAC COMillS an I partyIU TYLER We nro authorized to nn nunccl01IN it ItFRCampton niln candidateI l for Jailer of county subject to the action of the IIIIor party For County Court Clerk nil TUTI IVearc authorized loan nounce W S Tills an a Mil for reelection Clerk of the IIidhlltbI Court party subject to the action WolfeII VIII HOLLO W o aro authorized to I announce RICHMOND HOLLON as a candidate for Clerk of the Wolf County Court subject to the action H of tho Democratic party Fur AiMtmnnr Iltii COOPER We announce SPENCER I COOPER as a candidate A Assessor of Wolfe county subject to gt IIIor of the Democratic party theII IIIII WILSON Wo are authorized to an nounee IRAXK PilES as n candidate for Assessor of subject to the action of the L1ON party County 8ii rliitonn tit KASH Wo are authorized to an nounre MISS ULA KASH I Bt a candidate for County fl of tho Wolfe Democratic county party subject to811erllltlIIlclltII TAULBEE Wo are authorized to IIUIIlOIIIllO JOHN W TAU JUFI M a candidate fur County Su perlnlendent of schools for Wolfe county subject to the action ot tho Deutocratlc party Boas CHOKER Tammany and tho democrats of Now York generally nro rod hot for tho nomination of William JonningsBryan at Kansas City Hon Bourko Cockran than whom thoro is not a moro fluent speaker in America today has an- nouncod his intention of spoaking ing for Bryan and the tickot with out remuneration of any sort what I eoovor find othor speakers not soI popular but possibly an oflfpotivo have signified thoir intention of doing likowiso Tho outlook is brighter than over for Bryan and democratic victory and if things go on in the same ovon tenor his 1 F Victory will bo a landslide i I 4J 7 11 r s4 JUDGE PARKER of tho Now York Supremo bench is mentioned as probablo vico president on tin ticket to bo nominated at Kansai City on tho Fourth of July but there is not much enthusiasm ulout tho announcement Bryan is theI apple of tho eyo with tho groai mass of tho democratic party and the second place sinks into insig nificance by reason of tho prestige ho has for first placo BIIYAN grows stronger as tht- time for tho national convention at Kansas City approaches and it now looks liko tho proceedings of that body will simply bo in the nature a ratification mooting he having to all intents and purposes boon practically nominated by tho democratic party Tnt centralization of capital and tho tread of tho trusts will as sure ly bring ruin to this country as that cream makes cheese unless they bo soon checked Socialism anarchy and revolution are breeding from thoso causes and the country must ultimately collapo WHILE tho people of the country generally seem to bo in sympathy with tho Boors in thoir struggle for independence President McKinley rocoivod tho Boor commissioners nloro liko they were boros than anything olse lies English you know TUB Porto Rican policy of Pres idont McKinloy has made enemies for him of an element in his party that will have tho effect of ma tonally lessoning his chances forI tho presidency EDITORIAL BRIEFS Mr Clark of Montana has made up his mind that tho senate cnn not take a joke Io o Tho Sultan refuses ovon to pay his respects and Secretary Hay is wondering what ho is going to do about it- o o o It is about time that Secretary Hay should decide what ho is going to do about it The Sultan doesnt seem to caro much o o o Tho president has aasunul tin Boor delegates that ho will do any thing in tho world that is within tho limits of his power for thorn except to help thom a o o What is the use of making all this trouble about a little thievery in Cuba Hathbouo was merely trying to run things an ho ran Haunas campaign in Ohio a few years ago 0- Suppose o o Cubans had boon guilty of tho Cuban poculatioiiH What wondorful editorials wo should have had on tho subject of their- inabilityi to govern their island honestly o o n Some three years ago Mr Hanna in a public speech declared that this was to bo a business adminis tration Who will question that ho was right It is business strict lyl business in facto o Thirtytwo thousand dollars a milo for a railway in Cuba over level ground with no expense for right of wily is coming it a little too strong oven ifus Assistant Secretary Mioklojohn says tho cost has boon paid out of tho island revenues 0 IRnthbono has boon suspended His threat that he would make revelations concerning Murk Han nag election to the senate doubt loss saved him from being dis missed and arrested as othor not more guilty mon have boon o n o If tho Boor delegates aro satis fied with a jolly that is tho sort of thing that McKinloy will givet thorn But if they want a resolu tion of sympathy such as tho I United States has already extend willigotlll j Has there ever boon a moro con tom tiblo piece of work than tho veiled warning sent out by tho ad ministration that if tho Boer del ogates agitated too much Score tart Hay might bo unable to re coivo thorn oven unofficially andl therefore thoir plans would bo non tralized Secretary Hay knows full woll that ho is determined to do nothing for tho Boors and that thoir only hope is in bringing pres sure to boar upon President Me Kinloys wotak bnckbono and tc put tho fear of losing votes into- Jhia soul o o o Amazing reports como from the Philippines Secretary Root has refused to accept tho resignations uf seven officers and it is stated that General McArthur has 200 more in his hands and that tho enlisted mon aro very near mutiny over the work required of thom It is said too that tho hundreds of Filipinos reported killed are moro ly guessed at as thoir bodies are almost never found This is a pretty state of affairs o o o Of course tho Cuban scandal is entirely confined to tho civilian appoisitous and tho war depart ment is innocent Of courso it is But still wo should really liko to have sonic further information as to that 30000audio railway o o o It now seems that tho circula tion of tho United States is only about 20 por capita insteadof 20 Its lucky that Cleveland was a gold hug and kopt this knowledge from the country during tho last election o o Now that tho ico trust has real ly gotten to work the meaning of trusts is being rapidly brought homo to the people and will con tinue to bo brought homo with ev ery lay of tho summer John Higgins of abovo Lee City was in town Saturday night and over Sunday Ho attonded the dance and cake cutting at Dob Higgins John will move back to Hazel Green tho lust of this week and occupy tho property of tho Rev J T Pioratt and will bo found at his old position with H F Pioratt Rev Henry Adams is holding a protracted mooting four miles he low Fronchburg this week Fun SALEA scholarship in tho Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this oflico some young man can savo several dollars tf r 1000000 DEATHS I FROM CHOLERA DURING THE PAST YEAR Tho Germs of this Fatal Disease are Lurking Everywhere Thousands of Dollars Saved by This Wonderful Discovery Hundreds of thousands of dollars has been lost in tho poultry business on ac count of the devastation among tho Hocks caused by cholera croup gape and other fatal diseases There have been many remedies advanced but none seem to be so successful as tho American Poultry Mixture This will cure chickens in the last stage of cholera and roup and is ex cellent for gapes Do your fowls stiller from violent diarrhea dropping of tho wings stupor or excessive thirst V These are the first symptoms of cholera Cholera is a germ disease and being infectious spreads rapidly through tho entire flock Take time by the forelock dont stop to experiment with unreliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and tho sanitary measures they recommend in connection Dont give tho fowls up Cholera iis a terrible disease but this remedy cures it every time It is also guar anteed for reap which can bo told by 1I hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at the nostrils resembling catarrh Fifty dollars is adored for any case the Mix tare will not cure If some of your fowls aro diseased it will prevent the rest from I catching it Try it It is cheap reliablel nod effective a scientific preparation goes more than three times as far as any other remedy does more good than nill of them combined It is used and en dorsed by the most experienced and largest breeders of plain and fancy poul try in all parts of the world Tho manu facturers guarantee every package or re fund purchase money If your uruggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture behind tho age In that case send 100 sample box to American Mfg Co llfor Haute Ind L c THE LEADING CLOTHING HOUsR ljji IttJI NTUC Y i 1- Louis If J f Gus Straus fr JE cILNTG TONN- O ADVANCE iIN PRICES I = mo NO ADVANCE IN PRICES 4 9OO V rth of Fin C1ot1iiu AT THE OLD PRICES IIyouII Beautiful wits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful Ciao Worsted Suits atsioo0I Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful line of Boys and lChildrens Clothing We will save you 40 per cent Largest in the stateIWhen you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters rLOU1S GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY- ezlltil Orders Filled Promptly fINEI SffOESthe finest lino and greatest variety of LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS f fSHOES ever brought to the mountains and having bought them before tho recent rise in loather I am prepared to save my customers money on every purchase they make I want the ladies especially to examine my stock For tho price I can show thong a routlace shoe that is ic worldbeater It is indeed a beauty and to tho touch makes one feel that tho shoemaker got hold of tho kidglovo stock Respectfully JOHN M ROSE RESTORED MANHOOD DR JTht great remodr for nervous prostration and all nervous dlfeuifi of the generative orgune of ollllor sox such as NorTOU roBlfllllon Fsll Inll or Lout Manhood Itupotcncr Nlutitly KiulMlont Vouthf l Errors f Mutual Won uxcoeiro uo of Tolmlco or Opium which lend to OlD sumption and Inianltr With every order wo ITo wrlwn usr for MGuaLMUTTC1ikS111 tLCOClcieltiudOh10 zsz S1 JAYEYESEEMIlI I CASK Hickory Grove Farm homo ofJayEyoSeo Kacliic WJs says Aver try I Oily with three of i Quinns Ointment It Is the best preparation I have ever used or heard of I heartily recommend It to all Horsemen We have huntlrnli of rush tttttmonialt Price 81 30 per InckuarAsk our tiorll ifwill semi pr mld receipt or W n EDDY dco srs2s s scs s sasrs sxt 8mnlleretre50trntOF THIS OFFICE ADD SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN Art CASES t CAVEATS TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS AND Send your bnslnnii dIrect to Wuthlngton fiiivii tlmo coats loss hotter service Mr oar doss to JT B Patent oar rna tnUmb ur UuninaUoni redi ATTENTION not da until patent t It iteartJ PERSONAL OITZN19 TEAKS I ACTUAL EXPERIENCE Book How to obtin PlUnU etc teat trw FaUaU rrocvtl throujli E 0 Blfjtn rtcelT ipielM sotto without eWe la the INVENTIVE ACEUlwtnUd yur term 91 a jmi rt1tAt1yRSILaIeofCASnowCot VVV VVVVVVVVVVVV VVV VVV I 1ATKUS C lenn stud Nice for anloOLI thteotnce ntO cents per 100 I MOTTSll trhunchapplications i DESIGNS twatMyDiTcolh 11OFr I ISPIRNG 1900 Trees Plants Ylnes Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden The largest stock in Kentucky of Fruit and Ornamental Trees S Grape vines Strawberry plants A found IIt ordinarily in- sucltestablishment f General Nurscay aim Strawberry satalogucs to be had ounpp1 fLion to II F HILLEXMEYERj i Telephone 27S Lexington Ky This is the place to got your job work done neatly r 1r