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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rtAaro = c r Ji- r r u f w I 171 t n THE tlAZEL GREEN HERALD r =w w Established March 4 1885 Made Famous intho Story of to Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORenca j SIXTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1000 NUMBER 10 Ii 1The OJrlasl Itasl Popular Most Widel RrYa Alwnyi in Ailvnne= = HG ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for- K Mr HHUGHES COI LOUISVILLE KY Mnnulixcturora of HlghGr- adoeavC i lfc jJUti orI f Solicits orlt rs JVi ui tin IIIPrltlllltH of tltl- III0lllltollll ami gtutraatee sutisfnetion A t mail orllcr will roctivu proutpt nltentlo11 pATON S WARFIELD o tit OnS on1Rv ARTlSC t HAZEL GREEN KY hair lilting liuvinj SItlIlIloolllg In the latchstyle Simp 1 IlH ccsllI pnscutacid IKE HARTFSSLDlciiiliiiiulii IC U11Il1sENTHI CUCCENHEHt ER C- LYNClllllIt 0lastI A Importers and Jobbers of Dry Jondis No I tluim and Fancy lends Wu miuiuliifture the well known to ISKATSALh IlIlItH Ovcr ll Hold your ordtrn until you HUC him ooooooooooaooo4o0000000oooooaon t t ill g iieASH CREEN u of lSl1I n II J give special nttuntion tu eUectia11sO- OOOOOaoooooeooyooooo0000oooooaoo t Wa F BAKER llciliiiiirtiT ItuilMiurylllc Ky riiKKsisTiNii RionarasoQ llros SnOB Do I Nuivi11o Tonn Manufacturers and JiibbuiH of STAILK rod CUSTOM SIFOKS carries u full line of ximplus and l Mdlrlt your trade Sly DR M C IIASH- PHYSICIAN I AND SURGEON I I Otlicu at Day I rouseuHAXEL CJUBEN KY Will niiHwer wills tiny or night Sur gory obstetrics lullI discuses of females n specialty Keeps a cupply of medicines 1 W CUAVKM WM L KASII a CRAVEN 5 RASH 4 I 1i1Ziiili13h1EI I ii as Wo Iiuvo a ulcu hcwwo hall n full tock oI ed COI IIi 111111 OASKKTS on hand lit all times Mlle swill bu sold on the most ren Honable ternm Mr Willlu Kutfli will Ret as funeral dlrcc joIuej Soliciting the public patronage wo are respectfully etc CHAVEN t KASH JOHH BURNS ADAMS in Silversmm anu Jeweler LEE CITY yhill to I j I wwwwwwwwwwwwww Iteitnlrs Clocks llatchea ant Jewelry ofI J i I oil kiwis At time lowest prices and guarantees day ntinfiiRtion In nil cnllc jI Qfiaeclftl ev 00 UMY NEWS NOTESo 3rTo iii comlpUIH1bv tt tllltlIir B Our correspondent arodwllot in dutyl nlldwe t thywillpapers except for tho week they have news letter Wo nro dependent upon them for the news ru when they fail to semi in their lave they put us to jrent inconvenience SUNNY SIDE Grant Lacy of your town came ParontsyI Aunt Elizabeth Lacy is quito nttondinghor triptor veok- J J Kerr of Chicago was on this sider last week soliciting pic tares to enlarged Miss Minnio L Day of your town gave us a plonsaut calll 011 day last wook W T1 Caskoy of your town was visiting tho family of Uncle NowtI Lacy last wook Arbury Brooks is at his sisters MrsI Tinnio Sponcor of Monofee county on tho sick list Mrs E K Piko and Mrs M T alloy spent ono day lust woek with Mrs Willie Swango of Lacy crwk Loo Casley and wife and littl girl of Grasy crook spont Sunday 1 with their sister Mrs N IP Lacy Going to school nod being clm If cook and bottlewasher at home makos it hard for us to got up news items Mrs Onpy wont out to Dnysboro Monday to soo tars S C Aloe andcr who is quits ill but wo do hope tint Dr Taulboo will soon jring her around all right J While up tho river Sunday WfJI1 learned that Miss Radio Vest was to Curtis Spoucor lust week Sho was only M years old s mill weighed ISO HIM Wo urn very well pleased with our now pester and extend himl hearty welcome and only lop that this may bo oral of the most successful yours of his ministerial i lifo Amanda Brooks who has boon blind since hor childhood was married ton Mr Sponcor a short tulle ago were pleasant callers at lnr grandparents J IK Brooks and wifo ono day last wcok That Byjathitt county boy ours canto homo Friday and von t buck Sunday and your writer ac companied him on his way as far Robert Andersons abovo Leo City and lao was so tired wo stay there till after dinner and was highly entertained by his daughter with8woet music If Shiner had boon thoro ho would have on himself hugely Oct 2 HUSH SUNBBAM a OILLMORE GLEANINGS Uncle Isaac Ely is very sick and a critical condition Elders IF P Wilson and Thomas will hold services at this place tho 1 Sabbath in October Uov JI H Little of whom wo have written before as being quito is fast sinking and oro this goes to print may havo passed away Mrs Andrew Wilson and son Clark county Ky is visiting ruin tives and friends in this vicinity nod will roturn back next Tues I day Charley Williams from near the ford of Slado Montgomery county passed through horo tho other daysC enlarging pictures Ho is a J our bettor i J 55 Hanoy and childrenlIMrs l boon stopping foff improvoifor d Mr Hanoy I ofthomug the Ilegality of J C B Littlos nomination on tho grounds of Ill otosbllIlgUtidlljtllctt aI countyOct IIITOLIVItR TOPICS raIr JJ Taulboo wa in Toltvor Sunday Lewis Brewer and J L llonakor have just returnod from Pike Dr Ova Swango arils wife passed through Tolivor Sunday Jim Lindon of Gill more was visitor in Tolivor Sunday II C Perkins in company with the poet pasHd through horo thi week on route to Hazel Green Henry Ward and George Cox of jFronchhnrgIJCltnrdu Jimmio Hanks null wife Cutup ton passed through Tolivor Satur day en route to Menofeo county O W McNnbh has just returned jfrom Frankfort whore ho wont too hole take sumo prisoners to the penitentiaryj Loroy Hoggs ono of Monofuo countys successful school teachers spent Sunday in Tolivor Ho loft ffor homo at daybreak MondnIOhAny Susie Sunbeam wo missed your letter last week so imuch Vou must write if you OXI poet to got good gravy rind chicken to eat Dr1 Stewart rind wifo who here boon at tho Swango Springs for somo time 51131over night with A jB last Swung and family Saturday J B MoNabbs mule foIl down with him Sunday and throw him against n fence ntako hurting his shoulder and leg which have pain od him considerably sinco There is a crab tipple troo in I Henry Mannins yells in bloom It has had ono crop of applon this year and iH now in bloom agan Dont you believe itl Como and oulI J J Catron and wilt havo justII returned from Chambers station whoro Mr Catron recently purII trillesoon move having abandoned the idea of goiug to J llilloiHtt Dowoy the littlo son of B F Bolin and wifo died Sunday lustjj after an illness of three lI1onthHIj Mr told Mrs Bolin have tho sym pnthof tho entire community in their bereavement slut wo are comforted whoa wo think of tho istkingdom 011 Oct 2 SIIINI It I SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Miss Emma Fallen of Daysboro and Monroe Wallin of Jackson gave tho Springy a call Sunday Osa Byrd of Salem passed through horo Sunday arils guru UH pleasant chat Messrs Wilson our pout and Docker TUB HKAAII reporter wore out at the Spings Sunday Miss Margaret Talbraith of Lou isville and hor nophow Burrioss Rice of Paris are tho guests of j Harrison Swango Roy E K Piko of Hazel Green was with us Thursday Wo gladly l welcome Bro Piko with us for another your Oct 2 W O MENEFEE COUNTY FRENOHBURO SPARKLES Francis Long of Kansas is vis king his lecher C C Long of this place Mrs Sohuylor Hamilton of near- hambers station is tho pleasant guest of tars Jas Armitago Mr and Mrs C D Swim and littlo daughter Gertrude rondo n lying trip to Oneonta Sunday Rev J L West wifo and little aughter are the guests of J TT I Williams and fnmilr aro f n ngninTaylor G W McConnnck this wook n largoI Cliftonspaid mostly fat oattlo I Oct 1 MAUD IW rurolvcd this letter too Into for last italic Miss Lou Ann Jackson loft horo Thursday for hor homo on Indian crookMrs Etta Cobb of McCauuoy is visiting her fathor Jut Groor of noar this pla o A largo numbor from this jlaco iattended tho circus at Mt Sterling last weak ontortninedtI Miss Minnie Craft of Scranton tho pnst week McsCausoy is visiting hor sistor Mrs 11 Powers Hr Whito at ono time a com positor on THK JlKHAM limit oponod a grocery storo at this placo Hurl Cooloy was horo this week in tho intoroHt of Peace Bros Druggists of Cattlosburg Loxingt0uJ White from Saturday until Mon I tiny Mrs Archie Childors of near Maytown was tho guost of R1 White and wife from Sunday until Tuesday Tom Groonwado loft horo Satur dny with twelve hogs for Carmargo to Hud Myors for fatoning pur 1posos Mist Mary Wells of Welling J ton spout from Wednesday till Saturday visiting friends and rel atives at this place Mrs Sallio Phelps of near town and Mrs las JKissick of Loxing ton wore Uio guests of Mrs C 1D Swim Friday Mrs Honry Samplos of Me aisoy formerly of this place is cpnraloscint mid will soon bo on ttirely recovered Misses Martha Greenwade and 1 Dora McCormack loft hero this week for Horboun county to re main a while uteri go to the annual conference of the M KI church South which takes place at Nicholasvillo Ky Friday 21st Charles Kobison of this county was arraigned for Judgu1uylorfor Ho was hold in u bond of fiUOOOI for his appearance at our Novem ber term of court Sept 21 MAUD MORCAN COUNTY CONSOLATION OIIAT W r Wul Us paid McCausey a Hying visit lust week Mrs Win Lawson is quito sick and hill recovery is doubtful Tom Loo and wifo visited on Laurel crook Saturday an Sunday Andy lilnnkonship and Ii ttlo Ron visited friends at Salem Saturday seta Sunday Andy and Clara Miller of Lacy crook visited in this neck o tho wnods last week Bud Hlankonship of Montgom cry is spending a fury lays with friends and relatives in and around ConsolationJ and Willio Kash woroI I I f buying cattle in this neighborhood ono day last wook rind purchased sovon yearlings of T M1 Joo but wo failed to learn tho prico paid Dr Ova Swango and wifo of your town spout Thursday night with tho family of Win Ulankou ship nut wo understand they robbed a boo Htl1mro dont wonder at Mrs Swnngo being sickI FridayOct 2 4J i 65c WLtfliit lieu now lib fcribcro and for 80 days will take them at 615I IOIIJ2 months Including tfTo Farm Journal until IIIIU j J II w if i 10 Iii jT t- VJf Fou SATEA scholarship in the KontuokyUnivorsity at this olllco some young man can save several dollars tf i Bezel fiieen RoaffeIIlg 0 Normal Preparatory School 0 rn JIB fifteenth Powlon of llilHAXKL+ I I OKKHNI AOAD igMY will begin on Tuesday Sopt 11th 1900 Full couriicN In nil domrtniciilii will lit inivliilnliHd Win II Cord iti jirlnclpnl and it full Corps nl eoiupatont niilit ntitu will insult Iliu continued HIICCVIN of this well known lust paretlculnrsWM1 H COIID indttd t IU t WINCHIWTKIl KY 1 N II WIT1IKU8POON Prciildcnt It HUNTKKCnihler Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Thin Hunk nollcltd tho nccounti of mer chnntN fnriiiorii traders nllll liunlnom men IIHlcrnity tluuughnut gRllterll Kontuoky 111111ll iml Its emtotners every fncllltYrOilthe most Ilbernl term wlthlll t tclliniiti Imiiklnc onUSlp d Our ice returned II vcfnil Any rote scodlng sketch nod ile criptlon of any invention will tOlIcernlulCheIntent sent upon tequcst rntent secured expeuieIntcntnnolirr without charge In TUB IATRNr Racoon on llluiitrnieil nod wieldy clrculatctl journtl contiiUeil liy Mnuurncluirtiiniid Inveiitori bend lor Miuplc copy FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS CO latent Attorneys Evans Building WASHINGTON D e 1 for acceptable Idwuh Stato If patented THE PATENT RECORD Baltimore MdKtiulJacrlJlt 1100per +AitfOU INCICEf T + Inr ltnpri iiniiliillv ftliit IIstrlo- LCLGI11o nro MlrIcd to nil IAMI S II CKCII ofMorKnn coinilv MM rt cntulldnti for lloprc doulntlvi to the ta lnlatnro for Morgan nUll Wolfe counties subject to time notion of the DiMiionrntlo purty UMUMO pen0nnt n mretinnletl nr inrentirt i lIulrlolr s trap to the Inrln IjxpojUlou xltq Ml1Yln ni ncrnlil iliiiilil writ Tho IAlliNT JCl CUUUltnUlniore MQt1 CAVEATS TRADE MARKS- OOPVRICHTSAND DESIdHB- enrt year hnsbtnas dlrnd to Wiuliln Irt8 same limet costa Icit better aervlco Sty lIte tier toV i nt itoa nxttttHmfa- trr i IIIIU D md All U nrH fSMOKALATT UOIOIUI35YtAia ACTOAL EXrUIKNCC 10611 awtalltaaryeM- t reel frH r4UoU priM tbroub a 0 W gpn iMtlT ip iUI notftt wlthoil dtarp to tta INVENTIVE 19jUluU U4 nrathlrCUTjatb rsrlsfsulate 1I C A iinotr ACe G G SIGGERS WAtgmNOTON glo f ST N D W O t 1 yy yyyyyyyyyDESfGNS PATENTSANI1II FREEUo t Char mOflnnu No reo un patent 11NC8f S Letters RtricUy conCdenUcl AddrtM E 0 SICCER8 Padnt Lawyer WitMngtM 1 0 j Vif SPIRNG 1000 Trees Plants likess i Ev tytlilnif for Orchard Lawn Bad QardcH z flit llargest took in Kentucky oftFruit and Ornamental Trtw tarapo Tines Strawberry plants A Pn r fM r Rhnlmrb and goods ordlnirHr lt MLMi such rtabllahmcllt General N11t4 7 Uuiitlon t I toIIF JULL Teleph ne 279 =JI Ii 11 j r 11lJi 4I Po tort dwp F1 I tr 10 f I a I I 1- rI THE HERALDI SPENDER COOPER Editor CREEN KY IIIHAZEL OctoberJ 1000 I DEMOCRATIC TICKET KOK PHK8IPKNT IWILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN 1ofNebraska volt VICB ImHIIIJ Ti I ADLA1 15 STEVKNSOiV of Illinois I roll IOVKUNOU I 1 10 W BKCKHAMr of Nelson County I I UONUU1HPIFOHD WIIITK of Estill County TUB por capita of expense under democratic rule was IOHH than 500 under republican rulo it is 050 1ho strike opidoinic started in Pennsylvania haw ponotratod Tonn OHHOO and f00 minors at Coal crook aro on n strike fmIIfnll dinnor pail mid tic Btrikoa do out consist In oonso luonco tho republican managers uro in hot water JBiiVAN and Hookhain iw tho Islogan that iH being shouted by the democrats of Kentucky and tho voters aro rallying flB one wan EAHTKHN republican aro writing- touu01lployodcommercial tourists nUt oiloring thorn situations pro vidod MoKinloy in elected It is mi old scheme but it vont work now I IT WILL ho a hard inattor to por nundo tho 00000 druuunorH thrown out of employment by tho trusts that tho success of tho republican party moans full dinner pails to thorn RioiiAiti CKOKRH tho Tammany tiger has wagorod 100000 that Bryan will ho tho noxt president Which shows that Crokor has con ildonco that Bryan at lent will carry Now York I IKB it tidal wnvo Bryan will noxt month swoop tho country from Portland Maine to tho golden gate Novor was thoro n man BO popular with tie people and his popularity growth as the days pass by- Tilconviction V of Jim Howard for tho murder of Oov Qoobol load republican organs to observe that tho juryteas composed of democrats anti tho inference that ho was convicted for political pur poses A OAUTOON characterized with x Mark 1 lamia mugn bloated bondholder with a pail full of c bondstotcis published as a trio illustration of what tho full dinner pail moans and it moans just that What does tho trust mag unto caro whether his pauper broth y or has any pail mUch loss a full oue 1 r l u I McKisiEv tho Tmporialiftt Jim constitution says thit tho congrcts shall have powor to dispose of and mako all needful rules and regu rations respecting the territory orI other property belonging to tho I United States But all thu rulllt i and regulations that have bon made rospocting tho Philippiiu i MeIKinloy 111thnLI of autocracy Quoun Victoria i ollicially called Emproes of lndiuttII but her powor in India is trivial compared with that of Irustdunt McKinloy in tin Philippines Oov MOUNT tho republican guy ernor of Indiana replying to the statement of Murk Hanna that there uro no trunk in this country says If Hanna made that state ment ho iH trying to fool the poo pie thoro are trusts in tho country and tiny are grinding tho lifo out of tho American people tI TIIK strike in the coal mines of Pennsylvania will cost the repub limn party thousands upon thous ands of votes and HOBS Hanna is hogging the money barony to do nil thoy can to nottlo till contro versy until after tho election u MAUK HANNA wants money and wants it bad Tho coalI barons should be invited to a feast That increase of ono dollar n ton ought to make n respectable campaign fund ovon if it roes represent hu man blood and human tears TIIK war in tho Philippines has cost the government many mil lions in money and s00 soldiers have perished from wounds or disl ease Tho experiment of a repub lieu at home tolda monarchy abroad is costly ALL honest democrats deplore tho treatment of CJov Jtoosovelt in Colorado last wok and agree with Mr Bryan that such dis gracefulI proceedings tend to weak en tho C n U1Ho they profess to os poiuo TIIK sugar trust hue raised the prico of sweetness to such an ox tout that tho laboring man takes his trust cofleo straight MAILING A MAGAZINE One Man Uobii Nt Mkit a Sinai Edltlou- ol Tho 1aalesa Homo Journal in a Wholo Yoar Eighteen mom aided by tho fastest mailing appliances urn kept on n rush every month getting The Ladies Homo Journal oil to its subscribers The first shipments aro started about tho middle of each month and from that time until tho twentyfifth tho maga zines pour out of tho Journals publishing office by tho twohorso dray load On tho twentyfifth OUch month every Journal has reached its destination and work in tho mailing department slackens for a few days Some idol of tho tremendous size of tho Journals subscription list may bo gained whoa it is known that forty tons of mailing typo are required to sot up tho names of subscribers Thoro are three quarters of n ton oach immoral and it require 20000 galleys to accommodate tho sub scribers names in typo This stock would equip six or eight largo daily COlliIpOBnames of the Journals subscribers in typo printers enough to sot tho typo for tIll biggest motropoltan daily nowspapor limo expenses for postage paid by tho Journal ap proximate 76000 a your Aro you planning a burry patch Dont think of doing it until you havo road Judge lligglos admir able little Berry Book It contains tho experience of thirty of tho loading berry growers of tho country Kxporionco has n cash valuo Tho prico of each is 50 clst publishersIWilmorI l L The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist 11 The Discoverer of SwaropK x t at Work In nit Laboratory I There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so deceptive Many sudden deaths uro caused by itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney adjV1necthe vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the bloodthe albumen I leaks out and the sufferer has Brlghts Disease the worst form of kidney trouble I Dr Kilmers SwampRoot new dis covery IIs the true specific for kidney bladder I and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In Ill tycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about Swamp Root and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer te Co Ulngharnton N Y and mention this paper J A PHILIPPINE LETTER SAN LriH p I I Aug 11 WOO Editor JllmIltll1 tuklthis moth uduf informing my many moun mitt friends of my whereabouts and prusont occupation 1 liavo boors a soldier in Co IL LJd 1 Infantry sinco December 10 J1S08 Left Fort Crook Nob Jan 26th j arrived at Sun Francisco Cal February Ilsnilull from Frisco on the lrd via Honolulu to Manila IP 1 landing March f th crossed thu 180th meridian on Sat urday unIt never had a Sunday for two weeks so you see wo were ac tually living two days in ono Wo gained on an average of LO minutes a day coming over- Sea sickness is something iorco I dont know which is the worst sea sickness or monger fever TIll typical Philippino is certainly n hard customer To speak of those people suggests a problem too funny to bo solved Cock fighting and tho gamine of montio are their lighting ball is with the Americans They will ont anything from the choicest hoof steak down to the creeping reptile Hats and horse meat is considered delicious dish and they consider thomsolvoslucky if they got a moss of snails Old yots of 01 can talk of their hardships but I myself can tell thom a tale of woo No soldier over suffered more than tho 8th army corps lads that crossed the St Niokolas trail to Boring Brong wading streams and cutting the grit in columns of fours or in single file of course owing to the l8yand condition of tho country while some of the boys wore hatless shoeless and shirt loss At n placo on the top of this terrible moun taut in whoro tho Spaniards had thoir barracks which is nt an ole ration of about 0000 foot and is so windy you can hardly keep from boing blown away Thoro is a heavy mist all tho time at this point for lhingisalmost impossible to build n fire Wo had no rations but native rice nod no modicino for tho sick It was march march march often until 12 oclock at night thou wo would eat a scanty meal of hard tack and rice and lie down only to awaken at first call to find our solves lying in n pool of water Wo didnt ovon have tho shelter of a dog tent- Egbort B Jones is in this com pany and souls regards to his Hazel Green friends Tho Ken tucky boys are nil well and cheer ful UKIMIKT II ismCo II 22nd Infantry limo editor of tho Farm Journal asks Why havo a mortgage on the farm poor crops rheumatism sour broad grip leak in tho roof hole in the pocket skeleton in tho closet or any other pain or trouble when you can got time Farm Journal nearly five years ro mainder of 1000 nil of 1001 1102 lOOHaud 1001 to every ono who will subscribo for TUB HEKAU i both papers nt the price of ours only 05 cents S TKO LEADING CLOTHING HOflUIr j 1r KElVT1LT01f Vm J Louis Gus Straus1 LEcI I Q 1 i i 10 ADVANCE IN PRICESL1 = NO ADVANCE IU PRICES 440000 Worth off Fill CiOt1Hll SAT THE OLD PRICES butlyouIBeautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful Olay WorstBa Suits at5OI1 Other Dealers ask 1000 IiChildreI Iwill save you 40 per cent Largest in the state When you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters jfc LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY z arMail Orders Filled Promptly w- resYixc wX atE tsYu 1J f frin and umm r J Opnin o- dose m w- lin qII of samples JUt received from which you can make your selection fnryour wearing apparel with n irutirnu tee of MnllHfuctloti This Con corn laI the bent known Una of Merchant Tailor in Chicago ofMri I tUutc We can how you Maul file of their goods and 11 liner cannot be found Tlicno rubrics arc matchless in iiuar Ityt the newest importation und UDtcMlntu imtterim till new Ulrica and hobby creutioimi price are right too and you can get a icurmcnt now with tho proper cut and lit and with good linings to correspond flak Your Selection Cmrly IOLEI QUINNS OINTMENT I FOR HORSES 1rdflt 1tl1ntlut Ihe head ofnil veterinary remedies Such trouble terrors for ale if Spllln Curbs Wlndl1ufTa Splint + lluncke have All no OiutmentwellterulsIIIiLrAHIbLolYralllnae ttntano Umtmnt MItA tnta brothr eIlNll1110 Nrll wh r 11allPriCe 1150 zunilw p WHITEHALL N Y 41J j A fI N r SttJ1 0Fr I have just received tho finest lino and greatest variety of LADIES AND CENTS BOOTS tSHOEI over brought to the mountains and recent rise in having bought thorn Lforoj lnonofevery1 s my stock For the lricotcnn show thoni a frontTacoshoo dintier f1rthat1 stockIleapoctfuily OHN M BOSB J r