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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t v A I V co rl 4 t Ii IrIo4 f ijIlLt J d- I i rU r1AiiiihilB i ifE HAZElL GREEN HERALD a Established March 4 1S85 Mado Famous In the Story of Jonathi lid Hi Continent by MaxORell 1 = SIXTEENTH YEAR HAZEr GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 28 1900 NUMBER 2 r YEABsrlactttllot 1 r Altvnya in AdvH tn r Milliqery I I T6e Latestt Sjlll StBlBSSS- I 1III hnvo ju t returned front Cincinnati hero I purchased lino of w TRIMMED AND- UNTIUMMED HATS f HAT TRIMMINGS fee r vbich are of the latest pattern mid up to date in all respects The ladies of i Hazel Oreon and vicinity arc requested l to call anti examine my stock 0 DRESS MAKING In connection with my MILLINKHY STORE I liivo a line of dress trim mines incliiiling shirt waists shirt waist goods etc etc and am prepared to fit and make dresses in the latest styles ami do all kinds of sewing i In both departments I nm prepared to sell very cheap anti guarantee satisfaction ill all cues MI R X DAY lKE HARTF5SLD Huml iinrl rn Mt SifrlliiB 1Cy ItKIinlsK- NTSCUGGENHE55V1ER Co hYNMIIJlTUi VA Importers mid Jobbers of pry Goods No tines ninl FmipyHools VoiimmUncturc the well known IJKATSALI 1antsnml Overalls IIolil your orders until you Sue him oooaooooooooo oca oo uo o ohao K A KASII W II KASII itO77lC KASH HAZEL t GREEN Q AS11II Prnctieo in courts of give special attenlion to CldlCCtI411- 1Soooaooooooocaoooodoaoooooooooaooo 1 w hudtr t i mdtl WISCHKSTKU KY S1 t KnWITHEUSrOON President r BI II UNTKlt Cnshler rI Paid up Capital 20000000 l Surplus 6000000 f This Hunk solicits the accounts of nicr chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and otters its customers every facility and t the most liberal terms within the limits ol egitimate banking41ctlglyM- V J11 CiavKXI M L KtMII GRAVEN RASH + 1llArgL REIN KY I Mc hnvc a nice hearse and a full tock all I COFFINS and CASKKTS on bund nt JtlDle which will bo sold on the most rea termMr Kn1 wilt net ns funeral dircc tot and furnish collie and hears upon ref Dut 11111f III nnhlic llrl1nn f we tire r relrtinllltc l 111IiNtIISI1NI i r itsrttleading Insurance Agent Lu of Easternt Kentue- kytr Oeattyvlllc and Jackson r W ry + 4- yv j1 r lii yt h 0 COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0ulcorresIbyMondaytendthatOur correspondents HroiVri1 r in duty and we Want to say that luiuciurth theY will not receive papers except for the week thoy have news letters Wo fire dependent upon them for the news nndII when they fail to send in their furthey put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE Quito n number of young folk called at Sunny Side Sunday W T Caskoy of your town gave us a brief business call last weekMiss Etta Swango li T live r spout one night last week at SunnyV Side Miss Minnie Day and lKlza James plllClSundnyEdward Oney I1mJI W Tnulbeo attended the Baptist meeting on Hod river Sunday brother Pike nnd Misscs Loulio null Maud Taulbeo and your writer attended tho picnic at 1Fromieli burg Saturday and returned homo Mon dayUncloIheo CundilTof Warereok Hreathitt county and daughter of Jackson passed through lure Saturday on their way to Lee City to see his daughter The following persons visited tho famous Swango Springs last Thursday I Messrs Ela lames Curtis Rose Carl MilO Land ford Craft and Edward Onoyand Misses Minnie Day Rilda Horton llattio McLin and Cnllio Ono After spending n fow pleasant moments there they returned to Fazol Green and wero delightfully entertained at the homo of Miss Minnie Dry for n short time and front here they wont to the Methodist church to attend prayer sleeting which was conducted by Mrs Ellen Swango It was lato in till sight when our part of tho crowd re turned and slumber had overtaken us consequently wo did not know of their arrival until day had dawned and they report a happy time nnd they nlso mot Cray Craft ono of tho Spring boarders and his manner of entertaining was both delightful and amusing to all presentJuno JO Fm SrsiiKAM SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Ernest Swango made a dying trip to Ciloncairn Thursday Visa Comin Hise entertained quite a number of her friends at her homo Sunday Clinton Byrd and charming daughter Miss Mattie of Salem passed through this neighborhood Sunday ViIi Cracrnft of Shnrpsburg is drinking Swnugo water nnd hut termilk nndI enjoying himself in general with us this week F L Billings who has been with us for some two weeks pmt jo turned to his homo at Butlor Ky Friday Chnrloy Weaver nnd Harrison Swango attended time mooting or Red river Sunday nod took dinner with Kov William Davis maul re port a largo crowd nnd enjoyable time Our Sunday school at Dnynwro received n visiti i Sunday from n number of the young people of Mize Como again friends you will nlwnys be welcome aJuno 5 MORGAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT Mrs Win Lawson has boon quite ill tho past week Tho ruin Saturday nnd Sunday was much needed in thoso parts Quito a crowd took dinner writ Win JJlntikohship and family Sun tiny r k JI U John Wheelor proach vl at this place Sunday to a well brhar congregation Miss Gallic Tnnlbeo ash littlei brother Marion woro tho guests of YC writer ono day last wook- Ms Iltv Unrncy IMnnkenship and lit tar daughter Pearl worn tho gusts of Win JHnnkonship Thursday Misses May Nickoll Kiln Knsh and Daisy Day of your town wero visitin in this nook o th wnod l the Past tack Missos Ida and Glenn the two charming littlo daughters of A1f Ulnnkonahip are tho guosts ot TI M Leo and wife this week Mrs Robert Cecil nnd daughter 5Mr Otis Linkous of Stillwntriy arc vii siittime Itlmir dnujjhf TI niulcifI III Mrs Johnl iIin1i ir a1rl v t c Yo Bcrilm Iattends ciiirli u t j j j 10 v I liv Suinliy iril ial tIL p2rnMMV uf tuKiidimifr with l W F Lykins and his good III for which wo do nut regret for tnblo groanod under Limo weight of good things Juno Lo KINXIM MAYTOWN MISSIVES Willio Knhof llnxol Green passed through ttwu Kridny lust Dr Grant Spradling and family of McCausoy passed through town Sunday last Miss Lizzio Ilylton nnd littlo brother Willio were visiting friends FridnyfN 11 Lyons loft Saturday InA for Paris Ky on an extended business trip Miss Mina Nickoll was visiting friends in Frenchburgh last Saturday and Sunday Miss Nannio Day of iioarMtI I Sterling is visiting friends and rel atives at this placo Quito a crowd from this place attended tho mooting at Maplo OroO last Sunday j Louis Ilylton is absent from his storo this week attending to busi ness on his farm mud H S Not is behind tho counter Rev Tyler wife and pretty lit tlo daughter Lena Ruth of CllmpI ton were in town Saturday IlIstI on their way to FWl1chhurI Miss Nannio Fields one of Mor gan cat 1t8 most successful school teachersand a candidate for county superintendent was in town Mon day last Jim Stamper of Stillwater was on Friday last summoned to tho bed Hillof his nioco MissI 1 Kller Jloman who at this writing is much bettor f Your writor enjoyed that letter from 1ainqui 1 I I last week 0Iso much as wo have friends across the loop Wo nro indeed glad to hear from there Arthur Ilylton a husintssnmJ man of fine Grovo was visiting relatives in town Sunday and at tended mooting at Maplo Grovol Wo think from all reports ho willj soon ho back again JunoI 25 LKOIKNKI GRASSY CREEK News is scarce Kelly Nickoll1 of Indus attend ed mooting nt Old Grassy Sunday MrsI Unto Whitakor wont to Hnzfl Groon Tuesday to do scum shopping 1Isaiah masons mold wifo visited his brother Joel havens and wifo Saturday null Sunday Married at tin residence of the brides parents Mies Annio Ha yens nnd Sam Vanclove Mort Pioratt null wife worn ciA iicing liraI Pioratts parents Holly Wilson and wifo Sunday The campmeeting will begin on tho iOth inst nnd will bo hold in tho grove hour tho Caskoy school house The funeral of Undo Hilly Hens Icy will bo preached at Long branch next Sunday mud thero will bo dinnor on tho ground brotherhTaylor wore visiting their uncld nnd aunt Andy Tom and Mrs Lou 0 c rfo Mediate Saturday and Sunday el1urt Wilson Kelly DoBusk andL Marian Oldflold attended tho flap till footwashing on Rod river Sun day and report a fine time Miss llattio Carpenter was visit ing onGrnssy Sunday and yoscriboI tad Miss llattio attended Sunday school at Daysboro Sunday morning i and at tho Caskoy school house Sunday afternoon Juno 20 CAMUA 1cl sTiixmKo Kv Juno 18 JOOO Tu time voters of tho 10th congros tuakyhavingthree months n largo number of lettersI from friends in different parts of tho district as woll as ninny per sonal requests nil urging mo to I uoome a candidate for tho demo oratic nomination for represent ative in tho lower house of con all of which I most respect boIany wnywhich if dono although hardly probable I could not afford tIn diline While 1 liavo never been a seek or of public place nor honor but 1111 tin other hand have proforrod to lulI1r for my friends and the success of tho democratic party always obeying its calls no nattier how hard tho service or great limo sacrifice to personal interest try mug nil limn while to havo duo re gard for tho personal fooling of fronttmy1f and having always hold Ill ll 1 Illiivod that the mon who en tered n contest andasked for party preferment in our political orgnn izn t ion unless wholly unlit should be preferred and tho lurk horse policy discouraged believing as I do that this idea is but just and that oalous friends intend to push my name in the coming conven tion It is but fair aunt right that tho able and worthy gentlemen who have openly entered this con test and are each my personal friends should know who thoir op ponents aro to hOe And with tho same spirit of frankness with which I would have them to treat mo undor liko cir cumstances 1 now declare mysoif n candidate for tho democratic nominationi for representative in the 0th congressional t riot of Kontucky to thonntionutlcnngross pledging myself to make nn open honorable canvass for tho nomina tion sot thing an net or malting an utterance for which IIwould havo to apologize when wo cone to mont the common enemy whether I bo called to go out in my own bohalf or in behalf of either of my worthy opponents who slay receive this honor over mo and if nominated to make a vigorous campaign ill the interest of democracy and tho great eluctodgto givo to thocounlry honest faith ful public service 1 am your obedient servant FllANK A IIOIKISM r1 1 ILft4LJohn Faulkner of Cnnny form orly of this plnco who has boon Working 011 tho big Cnnoy tnnnol + ions burn on Tuesday looking for hands to take tho place of Bomo 25 or 30 that have loft I 00ITHE HERALD 1 year SlOO Published every Thursday- COURIERJOURNAL 1 year 00 PublishcdTIcettt Ygek FAfcM JOURNdI3 oars 250 Monthly until DeCcinJr 1001 Total subscription 400 jrr100 will bring you all three if you scud tilt money to mo Respectfully eta- SllNeBn CooiBn FARM FOR SALE A SMAII FAIIM1 of 50 acres i milo of North Middlotown Bourbon county Ky good improvements plenty of water firstclass order Call on or address T S SWINNKY 52St North Middlotown Ky Copies of tills paper may lie Annul on Illo nl the nlllco of our Wellington corrvaponil I t WWnhhlugtllu1 oboboooooooooooooooddboCo TOOr I BSSSWl0o 000000000000000000000000No ho thinks intelligently In tins lime of wara nnd rumor of warn Ittho greatest aid to intelligent thinking and IIht bust food for Intelligent thought IN that newspaper which IIn bentImportant gtowhlgKtantliitK of the pulley of a nation ore great political party in tomcthlnj to he desired Mini It Iin the duty mil every citizen to thor IClldlnglUITIIK Sean NVKKKIV UWTIIIIO IH tho greatest turd beit of all ncwppapcrN tattle graphic and cable moos hervicu excelo that of nay other paper It print tho IIUWH fully nut inniKlniitlve ocitiirrunecN hot do mcaticanil worblillntnnt fully uiithuiitluutuU Inch The pollclcH of the rent political parties are now huhii formed and tliu canithlato ilinunaneil Now IIn till Unto to Mihuurlhu for the bust iiieilluni of keeping in toiinh with tliu whole worhl Tint HiMIiiKIY III 11IIIle No ICNH worthy of attention li Tin ItK rilillcs Sunday MiiKaitlnc ItII rejdutu mull INHIIO with the best of special article written by the best of literary talent Its beantlfnl halftone illiihtriitloiiN havitalready made it IIUIIOIIM and their quality null iiian ity will lie preserved News fcaturex of ahNorbint attraction aro illiixtraitKl and enlarged tiion In a inannvr eipial to tliu high priced miiKiulncM 1C vent ot current lntereit are set forth III enter pnllCHtHelllilisIIlIriMHlcH Hiinday Manazlnu in Mlandard The Ntilmcriptlon print mil Til It HlMI WKKKIY JliciMiuic iIII 100 per year Tin yearIlut11I low price 41II iMel fur one year To toonru paidIbrTlIK UHITIIIll Ht lonlit Mo jalltiQistralOrs oboe All perhonn indebted Id the Into 8amuultW teeil deems dtoo hereby notllied that they iniiHt prihiiit their claims pro surly proven on nr biiuro tho lint iliiv III J UII 1001 or the name will be barred StnI nil who art Indebted 1 In the saidI doeedant or fllr1IIIlllllliototed iiKiiliiHt them tilvcn under my Maud ibis first day of May A I MOO E K 1 tJ14 Hll Administrator rHtI BIJS7 Ou HBM ALL i LIPPINCOTTSrONTHLYI1AGAZIN tontntnl n comp to nivol In every num hr In niMltlon to n largo nuimtlty uf uitnilmiutlentartaning readlag matter Vo CJnn1I mlorlrt trhtrh 00oij ctonat l la tiiof reader It dhfuM be In every household Bub yearAAPnti torn to whom the mUllt liberal lnducomauta will be oaurtd- J 7 LlfPnfCOTT CQWAUY Pnblhlhors PHILADELPHIA viell6leperunsotAmrchplclorlnrttair tnhd dulrtotrtptothoIhullPnltourrlt Qoe- 1LLTTndeiprnepldhoutdvrlt 01 a The ITNT 1t1CUBD11a1llutOre lUdi r J i J 1T1CUltr A COLA i1 mo1yAY i r Take nxntlvo t3rom0 f2 ululnertblw f 1 All drllagists refupd money It ft fall to tF cure 260 1hagonuinehasTa1Qrdt y each tabletmss rfII rrjri r f 1 iW 7A iti rC7lr r li y A P THE HERALD BPBICOES COOPER lateru HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 2s 1000 u i +1nnOUnlBIDenT State ntul district announcements tnnnouncencntst IIIII1I DAVIS 140 nre authorlred to an noiinru AMOS DAVIS ot Morgan county an a cinnlldiitu for Congress Illij I subject to action of the Democratic party For Ciiiinly JiulKOi iliril CONGLLI0 Wo am nuthor Izcd In announce CONG LKTON ami caiidldiite for the ji of County lutlge of Wolfe county 1111Ii IiIblII t to the notion of the Democratic lllfnl COMBS I 140 art niitlioricd to an nonnco A11 COM MS IIH n for the ollice ol County ludirc of subject to the action of the i Illlijlrnllllhlilio party ii Fur Shurlir iIiIIll IJINDENWo ore authorized to an DAVID ILIN KN as n cunilidatu for the otlice of ShclIU JEIIIlII Wolfe county mihjcct to the action oflin Tti iiiiinrtiln imrtv IIWII1I Sil1IBtl We lire niillmrizeil to- ttunnuniI ii I I UN nt rnndldulo fur the otllcn of IlmIIIlS1UIII1t county Niibjcct to the action pnrtyILIauthorized to tio ILLL I1SIr Of Torrent as candidate fur lie oflice Ii- nctionipartyiiiIiJI are authoncd to II taltY of later creek IIM a aiididiite I of Sherill of Wolfe coiinlv I 11iirEItKINS Fur the County action Attorney of the Democratic lmllM FULKS WIHO millmrbcil to an nounce e C KUMvS IIH for County Attorncy of Wolle f to flit action ol IIIl Demo 1111cRllllltllltu JnllarIIianthoriod to an ISAAC COMIM IIM iIILcandidate for Jailer of Wolfe moots nub to the action of the Ii iiio rntlc potty rJI111 TYLER1v authorized IOII TYIKlt Caniplou a candidate Jailer county nubjeet the action the 11111IIf party Ior County tJoitrl tlnrlc miir for rcelecton Clerk the 14u1fo I t Court party subjcc the action the IIIII HOLLON i I I A f1 U u i r i I 1 era to 1111 II I14 fur of to of I i cl to nn UTT11rnrannlli0rfnit n cnn us of tdldata to of We an1 itnthorizeii1 to announce KICIIMONM I1I an n oandidute for Clerk of the Court subject to the action li1111HOhp Iii pftrty lyrarsar lIlli COOPER announce SIINIu COOIHIl nix n oandidate AsscHsor of Volli county nubjcut to the IIHIIfore of the Dcniocratlo party I ILII VILSON 11 e art nutnorirod to an norms IMtANMC IMIKS as a ciiudldute fur Awieswir of subject to the action of the IfillITSON party County Sunrlnluinliint LIII I ASI14e WI ore antliorixcil to nn MISS llIA KASU n candidate for County 11RAWolfe Democratic county potty subject toHUlrllltollltlItII lID TAULBEE Wo lire authorized announce JOHN toII TAULHKKI as n caudlnate fur aunty ban iterliitoiidnnt of schools Ifor olfeooiiiitv subject to the action ot tho Democratic party GKS OTIS says that the Philip pine war is really over but why was n frosh batch of troops sort to General MoAnrthur on tho trans port Thomas lust sunk if tho war ifli nt an end Tni ilomocratic national con vention convenes noxt Wednesday July tho 4th nt Kansas City to nominate candidates for president and vice president THK republican national canton tiou which was hold in Philadel phin last wook nominated Mc iiKinloy and Roosevelt for president and vice president Tho predictions of victoryi from South Africa will Boon como to rank with those of tho weather I bureau in point of nccurncyf v t HOXFRANKA HOPKINS of FloydI county has a card in this paper which spoakfl for itself There i no man in tho district perhaps to whom we ore undor greater obliga tions than aro we to Mr Hopkins In tho year 1890 the editor of this paper was n candidate for assistant clerk of tho constitutional convon tion Owing to circumstances ovo which wo had no control we couldI not mako the two wooks canvass wo had hoped to make nor arrange for any one to formally introduce us to tho convention Arriving a Frankfort on tho day tho conven tion mot we wont among tho del egates and got tho promise of some votes Judge G B Swango tin delegate from this district intro ducod us to Hon Frank Hopkins tho delegate from tho Floyd dis trict and explained to him why our business had prevented our making preparationsa canvass etc and notwithstanding wo lend novo mot beforq Mr Hopkins introI duced us to tho i beautiful little speech tendup pealed to tho delegates to give u their votes It was a beautiful1I tribute and ono that any man should feel honored to ho tho sub ject of Wo wore then and are to this day and always hope to be grateful for his effort in our be hnlf1or that reason wo are sor ry Mr Hopkins did not announce riuonor But to tho people of the Tenth congressional district who huvo not tho pleasure of his ac quaintance wo desiro to say that taken all in all thoro is not a finer man in the district that Frank A Hopkins of Floyd county Ho is a fine lawyer a fluent elo quent speaker ti congenial gentle man an attractive conversation alist nod if elcted to congress will do honor to till district tho slate and himself EDITORIAL BRIEFS The Taku forts are now Takn 0- a a- Oom Paul watches the Uoxor sit nation with growing hopes e o o- Dowoy isnt tho only1 ono to con elude thin this is n poor Moon year anyway see When peace is concluded in China it is to bo hoped that iit will contain a clause providing ftt tilt repeal of tho no check ce no washoe requirement o e ii The Philippine army must lt neglecting its business It hasnt captured n general or a load of compromising papers for nearly week Gut a move on boys I o o a Cable dispatches toll us that n GormanAmerican has attempted to rob Oom Pauls capitol of some of its hard earned gold They dont silt whether ho was a plain thief or a British patrioto The British commanders com plained bitterly of the plague of women at Capetown Pretty soon till allied forces are likely to cons plain moro or lless earnestly of tin plague of missionaries in China eon Senator Hoar nays it would tako an earthquake to induce McKinloy to call an extra session just before tho election Hoar urns bo oldI and wandering but ho cite recog nizo a fact when he sees ono allII tho sumo o o It is n thousand pities from a newspaper point of view that tho floor war tho Chinoso imbroglio tho St Louis strike and tho Philr dolphin convention should all co incide in point of time Had things boon arranged a little moro judi loiously they might have hunt made to furnish news for the entire summer a a o If the southern states are to bo disfranchised bocauso their voting I strength does not como up to th congrossI I bo permitted to retain altogether disproportionate representation senatesThink of this I o o o Why didnt Secretary Hay try his splendid diplomacy on the Empress as ho has tried it on the Sultan of Turkey Can it be that the results in the latter case have powerrpersuasion or are thorp more missionary interests in China and more voters behind them in the United States o no dto with tho largo crops titan Bryan Yet tho republicans will vaunti themselves this year on McKinley prosperity which rests altogether on tho initial prosperity of tho farming class over listen and the fact that prosperity abroad make- it impossible for foreign mills t fill thoir orders and Uniteanteso o o file critical point in the next election is Now York which is ab solutoly necessary to both parties But Roosevelt as nominee for gov ernor would stand n better chance 5of carrying that state thou as nom 1uneu for vice president with n gov ernor selected by Platt and sworn not to enforce the franchise taxi tion lute This is tho real milk iin the cocouuut Platt wants the fruit chiso tax lent killed nod lies to got Roosevelt out of tho way to do it- o o Why should tho United States ngllin8tRussinour friend when England was our unduly Russia was the first coun try to accept Secretary Hays open door proposition and guarantee our citizens equal rights with her own Why should we fly to tho rescue of lEngland engaged as she is in the same old work silt attempted over hero n century tool a quarter ago I and protect lu r Asiatic interests for horl n 8PlUNG 1900 Trees Plantss Vinesl I IKvctytlilni fur Orchard Lnwn and Garden Tilt largest stock in Kentucky of Fruit and Ornamental Trees G rape vines Strawberry plants AMmruKiis s Hhulmrh tutu goods ordinarily found in such establishment General Numiiy loud traubcrry atahi ucH to be lulu on applica Halt to IIILLIN11L1IItIIchephone r Our ice returned if we talk Any one sending willrpromptly our conccrnintr Hie patentability of saute How to Obtain n securedlhrnughexpensePatents IJlCIIllIIollflourualftttecstorsScudlorsuuplccopy VICTOR J EVANS A CO PatcntUtunicysitWASHINGTON D c FineFarmI LIroB Ift kJlt JlI 0 Having determined to locate nt an other point I oiler for talc at private contract my farm near Salon Morgan county Ky containing 8 acres40 acres of which iis timber lout of good quality resideucei storeIi room length ware room along side 1N ORCHARD 1 n of 40 Young Treeso representing several varieties of fruit is now in bearing and n source of revenue A Church and School hhorhoodI sobriety etc V IIIlIdI any reasonable ptirchnnvr I I 0FM LONG or S1EN CIR OOOPUU Hazel Green Ky HERALD 1011 IKKVTIXO la TILE 1JEST null tlio chcnpcit f THE LEADING CLOTHINg HOUSHi 1 i KENTUJHvI LCJtOUlSrans j j IE I Xf i A NO ADVANCE IN PRIGES = NO ADVANCE IN PRICES C1ot1illld4 1 AT THE OLD PRICES 1you1 IBeautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful Clay Worsed Suits at1 55U0 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful line of Boys and I IChildrens Clothing We LargestinWhen you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters A LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY c e Miiil Orders Filled Promptly oo o oo oo 9IJc o fin Orator peak5 with race only when MS elot s fit him Crraeefully i Like every mho he would be 1illtit ease in ill ntting clothes o4 You will never feel that wuy if tfyou wear clothes utade by IHIq lJ OS I4company the best known Chicago Tailors A milt oroOvercoat nincle by them will FIT YOUR FRANK Come in anti pick out the goods yourself from the finest lint of Hamplcs you U Q ever PAW You will win sure if you have on one of these suits The lit mid the Quality are there Whnt more do you want if the Y price in right We will see to THAT and LiVyou will nci more satisfaction tbau you ever had before 5 IF YOU COME EARLY you will jet a shade the best of it so donut o delay i SAMPLES DISPLAYED aYV SOLE AGENTS jT r0 td r 7J Zb J HAZEL CREEN KY T Jl tilrr tIYy1rf Te T7I2 Cr7s 7m bJ nr rr4 fr TJT PrThI1i QUINNS OINTMENT FOR HORSES stands at the head ofall veterinary remedies Such troubles d 1 as Spavins Curbs Windpuffs Splints Bunches hove no a 7 terrors for a horse iif the toaster keeps tend applies Quinns Ointment All yell known horsemen termsr I 11 tiMillet tSibleru1Nrenkllntnowner Ulntnnt ofStB1 brother ot htnBetBornriteWhnewith lluncheetthenoe1utelfolly recommend tu srrst euecerenti believe It tnltill alt clehned for It Wo cheer Inn tSultuler mailW11 N Y LWI1 Ji l 1 1WF1 11I111l01l 1 1 1 11 riii I r S HQE 11I have just received the finest lino and greatest variety if 1 P f LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS fSHOESjIjj ever brought to the mountains and having bought them before tho i recent rise in loather I am prepared to save my customers money on every purchase they make I want tho ladies especially to examine f Imy stock For the price I can show them n frontlace shoo that is a feeLthati i slockRespoctfully M ROSE I I r 41- y L r A Hoods Pills Are prepared from Na andnlI 1 and efficient They Rouse theLiverI Cure Sick Headache Bil iousness Sour Stomachu i 1 and Constipation Sold jjeverywhere 25C per box t preparedbyCLnoodCoJLoweUUasx tE fIE HERALD A FARM JOURNAL Cf6 lt From now to Deo fool tit OffersNearly 5 Years By special arrangement made with the publishers of the FARM r JOURNAL wo nro enabled to offer that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD ono year i r pap0rrj per ono year and the FAUM JOUR NAL from now until December k 1903 noarly 5 years The FAUM m pnme of the m f papers published r This offer should bo accepted without delay I aoNoah Cisco was visiting in town last Saturday and Sunday lR laughterRrshoppingr solet1 t 20 head yearlings t- Lf Couefrfor if 210 Died an infant child of Mr and ltrs Geo Oldfield of Grassy on- t i Tuesday last Dr Mason Kash reports that Bert Nickell the oldest son of W N Nickel has the foyer Roily Taulbee of Mt Sterling is visiting relatives and friends ii and about Hazel Greon Mrs Talon Kash and Will Cecil Soent tho day last Monday withi Mr Cecils sister Mr Nannie May lr l SatnrdnylIf evening from Campion and spent Sunday with his mother and fans r ily f Lula M l Kash furnished severalI J whoJj river Sunday 0 Eo French left thisi morning to spend n fow days with his pu rents lbefore leaving for his south ern home grunlsouMastert Mrs Ellen Rashs for their health and drinking Swango water WHEN YOU nroffpllnir tired and of sorts you Trill Hud J toed s Sarsaparilla will do you wonderful1j good 15o euro to GET HOODS Tho farmers are about through cutting wheat in this sl ction ah i I tho wheat is about as good as any over harvested around hero A Mr Jenkins representing tho DI1YBryanI atthoago Mrs Htirnio Finch has boon con fined to her bed for somo tine 1111 oil Monday and Tuesday was in a chilling MrsToni ing H F Pioratt and other rein IlboutUnzelFarmers are busy this week cut Heportfroms i the wheat crop is rather on the lIghtordor this year ia Charlos Edward French preached oollingrt mot was wall received by tho largo 4 audience and will bo long re membered1 by all who hoard it There will bo tho regular services r it tho Christian church on Sunday morning and evening to which ovfry ono will ho welcome The subjects for sermons will be of God II and FollottlIglJPaosove M 4 JUDGE DAVIS INTERVIEWED He Thinks His NomlnaUonBossesKeep Our DavitheHaYOUd FAt congressceo itIJ i countoughtv 5 reduceddemocratic a a majority of 150 in 1809 Well that seems strange uYes but it is the result that always follows the violation of the principle of the right of the part followed corwhoroHencewhy the democratic party has lost 50 000 majority in Kentucky since 1884 What do you think is the best moans of building up the party sBy surrendering back to tho party the right of selecting its own servants as tho violation ofI partliiujorityy parttoy 111011 and build mnjoritjWhat do you thinkof your prospects Wall that depends on who is to control in the district If tho party is to control I will bo nominated What is tho fooling of tIlt youItwill1 certainly turn out at the mussmeot ings oji tho 21st July Rev C E French and wife who have been visiting relatives und j friends here loft on Friday morn ing for Oxford Ala whore Mr French has accepted a cull to tilt church for tho ensuing year Tli people of Oxford will find Mr andI1 Mrs French worthy of every con fidence und wo hope they will moot a hearty welcome in thoir nowi homo In brief Oxfords gain iis Hazel Greens loss John If Roso and wife will soon depart for their now honor at 1 B rot and whilo wo are loth to lost them wo are satisfied they will moot with a warm welcome Thoy are good citizens and good citizens will always find friends go they may Aside from his status as a citizen Mr Hose is usefulI man in a business tlIsca genie ns a mechanic The eCiLaoy of advertising was I thoroughly demonstrated in our lust weeks issue Tom Leo lost aII ten dollar Mil duel put a notice inIII TIIK HBKAI olVering a reward Frank JohnsonJ found the money and setting tho notice in the paper turned it over to 11 F Pioratt for 1111r1h00 Only for tho notice Mr mOlJtYiI to have announced its find would 1htvo brought a dozen or more claimants perhaps ihiii s Mrs Mallio James French who goes with her husband C E French to Oxford Ala and lo John II Ruse awl wife who go t Boron to live The hest wishes o i all go with them to thir now homes and now fields of lulor 11o not forgot that Robert 1 Cord willI continuo to collect laundry and send it 011 Ho was the first in the lipId and ho will stay till the last When you are askedI for your laundry patronage be sureI it is for Robert 1 Cord Nothing definite hits boon Icier ruined upon with regard to tho re moval of tho academy to Morehoad and the inactivity of the membersi somatthing in favor of Hazel Green iit is hoped Robt J McLin loft Monday for Cincinnnti accompanied by his sister Miss Hattie Mr McLin will go to Cincinnati on J business find his sister will visit her sister Mrs John Day of Winchester for a few weeks prior to going to her homo ut Rose Hill Va Robert Trimble of Mt Sterling accompanied by two of his sons IS visiting his sister Mrs Taylor Day and slinking hands with hisj friends in and about Hazel Green r THE HAZEL QUEEN HERALD BY SAM WILSON You may read the many papers laudAndAmong them IUTiiK HKKAU vUit completeAnd Green You nary rend the many papers tooAnilnut tis hard to find one eaitIIletterTluw GreelllYouAnd not feel satisfiedltllcrsI1 hut theyre the best naive ever seen willForabillTill ireen whichbenrs allytho American women who have won distinction in orignal work of any kind received tho oldfashion od training College bred women so far have boon successful only as teachers Is this because tho woman in ono case was suffered to growingtrooed artificially tho same as is ono brick in a heap of bricks 1 cnn not answer this question July Ladies Homo Journal The Farm Journal is cheap but not too cheap to bo good j it is full of ginger and gumption and has many other good things in it that priceWoI by which TUB HKHAU is sent ono year and the Farm Journal nearly live years remainder of 1moo and ullof 1U01 1JKJ2 1008 and 1001 both for 100 Pay in advance tool git two big prizesIThere are fifty million herd ufI cattle in tho United Status of toItwenty million are dairy cows If Ovoryone of our readers would got Higgle Cow Book published at f 0 cents by tho Wilmor Atkinson Co Philadelphia they could greatly uvrvIcow in their herd Dr M1 C Kash has treated hi- mselfI to a now Roso Davisi bntrijy pmfU8iolllLli r profitable or out and if ho loams that his maro will work in shafts he will at once adopt this easier mode of going Hubert Kash has accepted tho agency of the Alt Slorling Homo theI whu wish to wear nicely dune lP1 shirts collars and culls to see him at II IK Pierattri store Beginning this week ho will road a basket every week Do not fail to attend tho Hun toy school convention at Still water Bridge on Saturday It is hoped that ovary Sunday school in countyt will be woll reprcsentcvl Allonfl wliotlior or not you are in sympathy with such work The people of Stilhvater cordially in vita vvctrybody to attend Next Wednesday is tho Ith of JulyJ and as far as wo know there will be no picnics nor celebrations going on iin or around Jlafcol Uroon to show thoir patriotism on that day when tho declaration of ihide pomlonco was signed by those iillus trious statesmen Dr iMcClollan Kasli reports thin I tii1lll1oreicr i on nunt being jaundico complicated with stomach troiiblo of several years standing Owing to IIIH atl vancod age ho being over 71 years old his condition is critical Miss IJattipMeLintlio hand omo und accomplished sister of Robert McLin who has boon visiting her brother and family of this place for the past two or three weeks of Rose Hill Va returned to her homo Monday I The United Bnptists held their annual foot washing and sacra mental service on Sunday last at tho Old Salons church on the head of Hod rivor with an attendance 1000 or 1500 people proaont ofII Mrs Holly Nickoll of Hod river I f phYHiiulI1DrI fever SlV ns boon sick for some months h1 got better and took a relapse Rev K K Piko will preach at West Liberty Saturday night and on Sunday morning at 11 oclock At 3 oclock Sunday afternoon he will preach at South Liberty I s I SIMCT cows are noted for hanging on They weaken your throat i and lungs and lead to S serious trouble themt1once heals 25 and cures I t druGIItfAJrvNinJ John Pieratt sold a bull calf to Charley Sample on Tuesday that was just S lays old for 900 and tho cow is giving six gallons of unstrained milk every day sinco the calf was taken from liar Thats pretty good Notice is hereby given that no awayfromother vessels without permission from me Any ono can drink all they puny want free but I will not away5O1t 1nylorDIlJ health is improving smartly Ho is visiting his brother John C M Day at Vinchostor and enjoying life moro than for a year past Foil lIA scholarship in tho Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this oflico sonic young man can save several dollars tf Dont for it that you CUM liavo the Ooiiriirlounml or Dinputclt told TllK HniAiM one year for only 8L00 eaali in advance mid licxidtH wo will tend you tIll Kami Journal until the endof the 1101 You Mny Bond tho Sapling lint not tin tree1 it lieu illHiaso bay becomu chronic nod deep1 Hcntfil It Ix often illlUrnlt to Guru It That IH the rcnxon vlijltlslioit to tiikolloml Surxiiiirillii whenillNiiixu llrnt slows Itulf Hoods Pills ore a favorite family cathartic u Chnutauqu- aTho fourteenth annual1 tension of the Kentucky Chi ultauJua will lie IoxingtonKypiMgram has Item arranged that will surpass any yet given Somo of ttlin must iiitublo lectures and entertainers in America have boon engaged A great musical program will he presented and many new and special features Tho detailed program will lie mailed to any ad dress upon application to Chan Stiolt Hnsiinbs Manager LeI = dug ton IKy UlllPhllnchI or any like ailment go to John MI host tutu get a bottle of Quinns Ointment which will re move the obstacle if lmlI 1 In 111 Hut tau III llieir own and xiirronnd inn cniiiiiicH Villiii tn pay yearly fH0 payulili wrtkly HtDinihlu 1lluIIICIiI with tillllHUll OlMrtllllitlIS lilflIDIIION X- ulmnuuil 1 Incli e nllnililrcKneil Ntniitpini cnvoliine S A IAlKUCiuton Itnilil fad Jliieago JUOni Allwho de iro to wear nicely 11111111 nod shirts collars cuflH etc Hhould cull on Robert Cord agent for the Lexington Steam Laundry tho work of which in superior r1 that of any laundry in the sttutu tf four taxes are duo and niunt lio paid now Si jilcaco call mind Nettle and save trouble 0818111I compelled lo collect 11 IF 1IUIIATT D S Tin IIlm Ill ono year this Courier Journal one year mind the Farm Journal for live years All three for 8100 Merchant who wish to handle a firstclass tobacco for chewing and smoking should see I Jr Bush of WiuchoHtorwho handles the Dowoy and Eureka twist manufactured by W iIAsthol Mr Bush deliv ors what hAIlIs by wagon Agent on wiinryI lf 00 per week and expenses the grei1teet agent seller ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buyu it on sight hustlers wanlod Itef ferencc Addict with ftntnp American Alfff Co Term Haute Jnd tf CAVEATS fRADE MARKS t COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS Semi your Imilnox illrnct to Wiulilucton nvoi tliiiUi costa leu better lurvlcn ftrtUm1arACTUAl EXPEBICKCB Hook now to obUln f UnU U Kot ITU F Uati prxartd ihroufh r O Ianrtctirt iptclil soda vlUtttt tLutt ia ttx ACEWIIIWwiLate of CAN snow C- O91B En SIGGERS F ST fWASHINCTON WII w v+nn ++ v+v n tR ti ti ti v J 1 r- J x For six dollars we offer for oneyr ass three papers the combined prico of which LoxIngtonthe Hazel Green HERALD f OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRY J Have you watched its marvelous growth If not The Weekly Enquirer wants to study the strides it has made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then x every succeeding ten years The re suit has been as follows Year Population Year Pepalatleer1810 7239881 18603t4433tt 1820 9633822 1870 38SS837t 1830 12886020 I880501S5783 1840 17069453 1890 6262225 1850 23191876 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States excluding recent acquisitions The result is usually yearTHEto engage all in a study of their country To this end it will distribute cashamounting to 25000 for solu tions received of the population of the United States Census as follows To the fiat nearest correct guest received 9300000 To the second 150000- To the third 75000 To the fourth 50000- To the lob 25000 To the sixth 20000 To the itTtntb 15000 To tho nut 10 esch X100 amounting to 100000 TolhinextGO each 150 amounting to 250000 To the nut 100 each 4b amounting 250000 To the noxt GOO each 10 amounting to 500000 To the next 1630 each f6 amounting to 765000 2197 cash presents amounting to 2500000 In case of a tic money equally divided livery guess on the above proposition must be accompanied by a years subscription the WKKKLV ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you care to inclose subscription price to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER 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 D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUIRER including guess is only 100 a year + Eleven copies and eleven guesses for 1000 For full particulars see WEEKLY ENQUIRER Send all orders to ENQUIRER Co Cincinnati Ohio wrr I Jj0lIJ 1I L Ifavini decided to remove ftom hazel Green 1 will hell illof my SHOP IlIcllllllrlgIImrol ILATIS TIHK lIItINKIILN- Il14 IIRI IJeta ole too ninnerotiH HOOtl1uIIICII lilY entire inteiem in the unit of JIOSE maylabornow enjoys BilL tinlexH I get tin oiler nt once the tows rte will be Mild in quail titles tto mill In the shop IU II largo lot of blacksmith lull wiiuoninakerH1 male rial such iih iron steel bolls eii8oned lumber etc tu be ellHloHelof in tho same way AHO cell of inv HOUSEHOLD AND KITCIIKN FIltNIlUllH will bo sold in ghuhiIItics to milt piirihinteri and tlio curly eallers willet barjiaiiiH A borne barnecH iwn aldlea nd a good milk cots will lie wild A GROUNDHOG CASE stares me in the face iuillas J will noun leave IIuzel1 1 iiicn it in absolutely IICCCK nary thus I ItIIICt every debt duo rte and I reqnm all who mire owln mo to coino fun+vird and settle up at onco Thohc tailing tto do HO miry liavo to cants Of Collection nil I IIIIIHt 11111 will have my monny The old man you ro member tried to coax tile boy out of tho apple trot and frilinj in that lie retort ed to rooks I11101101 wont have to throw many Respectfully JOHN H U08E GIVES S1RE6TH I 30The inarvtIoun i mtr uxortod aixrattalMhittV18OR mlAillvhnIlCfIIrIlIUCIIIIIIt to incht on b i Idr Trial no curtain and that wUolivvu briloroIntelrumacb tlicra ft more ttilr Jucltfeinont EnctdeltyIsuo Krelttn tiowir r eon current rut Ufa Hml loucliii Tho cotiirtant stead Ktnr KInctrl Aiipllnnccii irtreln r IAUI tr euroIiti uin lUrnlJ Early Unr Niubt 1IIl tlCkVigor Nerrjij Uibllllr ViUlltr You mar riot turn allh vICilil I1 FORand you will twllio whr 1 In It M to 110 thouto you ON Till for llluitmted Pamphlet with k4tlmonUlB Soot free In plain r PROF A OHRVSTAL aoo Poituiticu JAouk for acceptable MeMr r ITHEPATENT tjDlllt 7 Habl p Ctutpe i i1 e V ZFyr to- f z y M l t All INTERESTING LETTER eQpo ol Our SoUler Qoya Writes From LlasiU iiivUa a Pine Description of r CuL y aiJ Sconory- IANHiri P1 May 12 100- 0TLTAirrriltrBN llKHAM I h tth morning of tho 27t- hulr oI f Niv 1839 I had my fir l Iu Thf dny men 1 1 M ono nHor to bo forgot t M 1ir no otiu who npprucmtoa I 1tIV aCne eau ovor orndii otlilt i n ouc monlibiKd frogI thoir mind Twnn n clonr bright luorning and tllnI bountiful trans port Kowport ploughed the vhito cnppod wave with n fjriioo not tor llIMJ urpnwul by n Minor A fovk miles to the west oiild ho soon tho lowering walls of fort aiahth- tvhlo 1 l to th south lay vine cht 1 hills and mountain Mir to th- Honthj J could bo soon tho summit o- FF Mt Ararat looming up lilco a jjront lark dllu1dl Itt tho horizon All this was iiuiuod buantifnl and1 ntoi dluig a w11 LIt tho morn inter titig t tilPIil worn yet to bland u At tho ontranco into Manila bay the rntlingaava and south J ing foam was suddenly turned1 into ft Inknnf hright nhining green t tirivil i itlyt 1 by tilt incoming soa rlto AM our Yl601 turnod herl lIUglrLw into thoso pcacofnl1 mare qnitI ti1 iitM I coal 1 i not but thini of tSo contrast 0 thoiii uud OIU yur buforo wljon1 tltOHH puTii vntt r ITO tronblod1 into angry billows by our 1110110 war 11 stood laiiiug over the iron railing of ttli Kscl thinking 0 t what mid tnJwn place among tho unnalB of our countrys history ltitllin the 11111yIII when till j proof of what nIY dill sudden Iy dtwiifd upon IIH thou such a hoI as went up from the dock of tho Newport was simply till out cryof pntriotic hearts overflowing with filial lovo our our Uod our j1 country line our honor On ourII right lay the ruins oft nultion1m nation which II II c nijut red for our lilhtlnli tt1i i inn intervening j providence Tvvas the charred j romains of tho Spanish fleet do j Htroyed by Dowey May 2 I1S9S The vessels wer 1111 onliroly sub j morgudby lilt water except masts 1 and smokestacks which remainod M above tho surface of tho bayour boys behind Ithe guns did their work woll Leaving the frowning walls of fort Malata behind a new j ft + It turn appeared In fore us Some fMV miles ahead to the eastward j tho whiti capped Htooplos of the public buildings in ttho Cityof Manila could be plainly seen then j a oheorful sensation of approach i mug laud came to 111 + like a happy droam Thinkof a forty tiny snit without seeing laud at nil and you will readily roalizo why such a fooling of joy came to mo as tthe at quaintt old Cityof ManilaI i came in i diroitlyij north and south stretdnd the iiigh stone wall built by the Span ih govern nltot severalI years ago to protest the oily trout the Philip hIt pino gunbouts This wall looked to bo very strong but when the mxpoundors from tho leek of the Olympia struck it they tore lunge gaps through itRllth as to prove Itho inferiority of Spanish mason ry Wh n our vessel pulled up closo to tho muuthof tho Pasig er J rivor a tug bearingnn inspector balled us and the inspector came on board accompanioil ba modi Iml committee who took us through fi a thoroughexaminationi t uthtiS t ifl the custom at all ports Jt was I in Into in the afternoon before we voro tnkoti oahoro The lit tho guy eminent tug pulled us up to the ciiBtom house building a short ways up tho Pasig Another cheer sit wont up whon our foot once more routed on terra Hrmn safe once more from the dangerous doop 1 was assigned to quarters in Fort Sauting bolter known here us Tho Wallod City so called be eauso there is a steno wall IS foot i in height extending around thIH Url block which judging by its t position was onco uoetl for n ro treat Around this wall facing tho buy aro mull heavy guns mounted on steal earringes of im f mouse structure once tKo protcc tion of tho SpnniardlIlllw mere plaything in osws ion of our Roy ornntottt Tho following day after my nr I rival I bid adieu to Manila and started on my overland journey to j l thntj into eighty miloa north of Mnniln r up tho Mnuiln and Dngupon rail toad I was astonished nfter Lt i I s s TAU TartS t ITnriss told nl t j that I would tnkoli I certain car which yaBllthflii tuUler n enrshod n towfttf S tlrrMopnt Upon finding njojxr which luok + d morn like n stagecoach than that for passengers I found n seat and was soon jolting along at a very good speed towards my deftina tion A tow miles north of Manila Iton your right is to bo seen several 1OrOSHIS sot np with little or no regularity which mark tho resting Whoiwore daring otloll bytdeadly kraag 1101lhwnrlll wo How until a blast frlllll n11 ginos whistle told us wo were ap proaching Ran Fernando the sec ond city in sixo on the island It was hero that till gallant Twdfth lihtimlnrinltdJuly thefvicinityof woro vivid signs of the engago mon ts there Then we rolled on 1north over groan rico fields and desert swamps until wo camo to the town of Augaloswhoro the 12th Inf gained its lighting reputation by silencing a buttery of 1111I artillery and boldly charging tho enemy and driving them on before them towards Dagupon Nextplaco of iinterest is time Iiunlinu bridge 1whore tho heavy iiron structure 1vasblownfup by thuim8urglml8uud open for seven heavy freight trains to afcross uflength pious woro heavily nt rinehcd ant t it was this plaeo that Agunaldn i boasted thin our tr ops vomidi never take Hut iIIIH they were I soon to learn of our troops uIH1 riority both in tarlant nerve Ono total night for them be American troops mall n generalI advance upon their front flnnkI HI roar and on the following morning December 10th they awoko to lied themselves in n crit ical position At daybruak tin firing began nUll once more our boys conquered hilt nut until nu merous trainsl had been burned and uulthtI won his star uu1a name to hIII envied by all who hull commis sions After this tight the insur gents seemed tto desert every thingi load fly No more large bodies woro to be encountered and our roops woro once more practically iruu from 11I1Ytimmediate danger Such woro the stirring scenes en acted by the 12thI and other ng ments equally as deserving and brave Many1 other interesting towns JJ were noon byIlls on the enll till uance of my journey 1 arrived Panqui Nov oUih where I found my regimentt lull will add that thorp has been since that tints ninny interesting features of cam mign ill which I have taken n- 11ith land regards to the editor null lis bettor h1I remaini respectfully ti 0 TUUIKK Cor Co K 12th IT S Inf Jroul opportunity otKivilI tn 11411rf1il able men Salary of f I iicr wrrkstud oxpiiisnM for emu with rig to intnuluco our Poultry Mixtnro ami lusvi Dcatroy ia the couatry amend stump Ainori can Mfg VII Torre Haute Inil tf H i Till tim ol nil ulio null MTllllMl till Till llllt Ml Mimli 1 IsI now out mill Ihnynra rc+ inMlliiUv iliunl iiiiixv ul anrr tool liilm iiilviiiiliiKit of our Ilnli rain with rile 1lhIIIiourlrr lnuriiiil for IJ oioullii lily 1itrto ilniiroiil ivcry oioulli until end of 11 1IIIn1I nnPSU 1Itlt 1101 11ItIoI GET YOUR LrtlIb nl 1 Ulujlr Itlllprluul m IICU VIiiilliu 1 noil NIII tin mi uU 1 inr 100 DR M C KASI- IPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I Ollioo lit Day 111111ii HAXll 1KKKN KY Will KIIIWO culls Uy or night tier gory olxUtriiv lull liH acA of ffioaler+ MI specialty ICcojw It supply of medicine 0 If you want nl the new locall and reign n tlllIIUlI two weekly psjw rsonil w six dollar n nl wi 1tterr Hitt you recoivo for nil Pat ill Jornioj HoarM of ltfxi II tun Iltc hriurt- otk Faro 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