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itlot L 0000000 0000 009ot oooooQ IAsulv II KHII1 A KASFSASH ftU07ney ztLawJ HAZEL CREEL KYt Prnctiel Iu Iuurls of the county dad- givu special ntlentiun to Cnllcetioas Oo oooooooo00oooooriooooooao- oooowF BAKER lliwiUlunrtori nurlourvMlo iCy liltlaliSlTl U Ricnartlson ilios Sao GO Nashvillerronn MnnufoctiirerB and JolbeiB of STAP1J1 nud ClSTOM SIIOKS curries n full line of samples nnd solicit your trade Sly- DR M C KASH- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONO- llico nt Day House IIAZEI GHEEN KY Will answer calls dayor night Sur fiery obstetrics and diseases of females a specialty Keeps ft supply of medicines L- L1va1 J W CUAVHX L KAHII GRAVEN 3 KASHfc II wanw HAKLrMGREEX I KY I n Wo have a nice licarso anti a full stock ol COFFINS and CASKKlSI on hand at all i tunes which will bu sold on the most rea lODnblc terms Mr Willie Kasli will net as funeral dire tor and furnish collin told hears upon re quest Soliciting the public patronage we Ire respectfully etc CUAVBX KASH n e r IJOHH BURNS ADAMS 1 1 SiLversmilft ann Jeweler LEE CITY KY j OOOnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnoo000000vvVVVVVVVVVVVVV t Itepalra Clocks Watchcsr and Jewelry o f 1 guaranlieudpeclal attention to orders by mall YtY r u COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0CSTo insure insertion AM corres byMonday j that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and wo want to say thnt henceforth they will not receive papers except for the week they have IIOWH letters Wo nro dependent upon them for the news nnd when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience i I O SUNNY SIDE Edward Onoy wont to Jackson Saturday on businos- sAuntKittioNickoll of Grassy is in this suction on tho sick list Mrs Onoy spout Friday nod Sat unlay with Mrs FNDay of your townMrs E K Piko und Mrs IT II Swnngo spont Sunday at Sunny Sido Callio Onoy was visiting Miss Muttio Copo of Big Frozen Satur day and Sunday Turkoys HI this neighborhood aro dying with cholora Of course nothing olso over gets the matter with fowls Brother Tyler Mrs Ellen Swan go and Miss Clarke Long passed through hero last wool on thoir way to Pinhook to attend tho Cain pmeoting Goorgo Brooks and Jas Spencer of Stillwator in company with Unclo llastus Brooks loft lust Thursday for tho reunion of old soldiersAnson Low of Grassy crook spoilt two or three nights last week at this place but ho had boon in tho sorghum businoss until ho was the worst stuck up boy wo over snwInn private letter to this place from Miss Laura Bishop of Levita Texas sho states that her brother Sam is soon to ho married but did not say to whom So tho reader will have to guess who Maud Taulboo nnd Will Alex und r of Daysboro passed through hero Sunday on their way to May town to attend that funeral sor vico Wf loft our Sunny Sido homo early lust Thursday morning for Bronthitt county and ovor hills and high mountains away wo did go until about one oclock we reached tho Niggor hrnnch school house whore our brother is teach ing After spending a few hours there wo wont to Logo Tamils whore my brother hoards to spend tho nigit and on Saturday in company with Miss Dorn Terrill wo wont to tho mouth of Frozen to see our sister who boards with tho Hov Bud Flinchum Spont a pleasant day with her and canto back to Tangos Copes for supper wo were so sick and tired of our journey that wo failed for tho first time to eat gravy although it was of tho host quality Those good people up thoro certainly know how to make a romping girl enjoy herself and we came homo Sun day ovoning fooling that it is bet ter to wear out than to rust out Oct 10 SUSIK SUNIIKAM GILLMORE GLEANINGS Inclosed find sixtyfive cents for which please send TUB HKIIALD and Tho Farm Journal to Mrs Lizscio Boeder Mercorvillo N J Wo are pained to chronicle tho loath of Rev JT IL Little of tho Christian church Old Undo1 Harry aft ho was most commonly called who departed this life Oc tabor llth at 0 pIn j ho has kept tho faith ho has finished his course and gono to wear tho crown that was laid up for him and not for him only but for all that love and servo God Ho was aged about 73 years and loaves a wifo nnd several children nnd grnndchil dron nnd many other relatives and friends wo might sny legions to mourn his loss Our sympathy goes out for tho bereaved ones yourlossyourselves to moot him who will bo waiting and watching for you to welcome you homo Oct 15 UNCLE REMUS TOLIVER TOPICS hurrah I for Bryan Yo soribo enrolled nt tho acad oiny MondayJ Powol Catron of Pomoroyton paid 1T Catron a visit part of Inst week Ed Cecil and son Mort spout Saturday night with B V Bowling Miss Emma ITausloy who has boon on this Hilo for sometime returned homo Friday Dr Ova Swnngo nnd wifo of your town gave us a pleasant call SundayQuito a crowd from this com munity attended church at May town Sunday 0 W McNnbb in company with A B Swnngo paid Leo City n flying visit ono day last week Or McNnbb and Allio Lnn drum loft Sunday for Louisville whoro they will take in tho grand lodgo Misses Nannie and Lizzie Swnngo paid Miss Doll Crayons a visit Sunday Tho last soon of Shiner was at tho homo of Loolono Sup pose ho hits boon captured Good by Houry Mrs A11 Swnngo returned home Sunday from a protracted visit in Montgomery nnd N ickolascoun ties matt reports an enjoyable timo Banford Mnnin ono of Tolivorfl most worthy and accomplished ybung mOll has boon in Montgom ery and Hath countios part of last week on business Mrs Nannie Clark and Miss Lil lio Evans of your town and W T Clark took dinner at John Wards and after they had feasted on good things prepared by Mrs Wafd tho party all wont chestnut hunting Oct 10 Scailnatox- MONTGOMERY COUNTY SPENCER ITEMS Mrs II C Ledford is on tho sick list Mrs Will Hilor who has boon quito sick is slowly improving Mrs Pattio Watts of Hazel ton Kansas is tho guost of her sister Mrs Bottio Allen Miss May Kinknid and brother of Owingsvillo spont Sunday with Miss Mattio Young Quito a number of our young people attended the fair at Owings villo last week II C Ledford returned from Cincinnati Friday whore ho bought a full lice of winter goods Sunday was such n lovely day All the boys took advantage of it by taking thoir host girls out driv ingHov D E Wills will leave noxt week for Hot Springs to spend the winter Ho is very low with con sumptionHov of Owingsvillo will preach at Spencer church third Sunday in each month Ho comes to fill tho vacancy of Bro White Elijah Coons will leave the 15th to join his wifo at Albuquerque Now Mexico who has been thoro tho past your for her honlth Curtis Pioratt and wifo Mr Nickel1 and wifo of Ezol passed through hero Saturday on route to Bethel to visit thoir brother W H Pierntt Cards nro out announcing tho marriage of Chas E Lodford and Miss Nottio Browning which will take place at tho homo of tho brides father at Bocknorvillo Clark county Wednesday October 24 WOO Wo extend congratula tions in ndvanco Oct io SUNSHINE l MORCAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT I am nfrnid Uno will turn to lassos if sho gets too awfully sweotThoro placeSundayLykins Miss Esa Brewer was the pleas ant guost of Miss Lillio Oldfiold Sunday Hov Barney BInnkonship nnd wifo took in the big mooting nt SundayDr through Consolation Sunday on his way to see Mrs Bruce Lewis who is in n crit ical condition Among tho visitors at school Friday wore Misses Ada and non nio Cecil Mrs Lula Elam and Dr Ova Swango of your town Como again folks Isom Byrd and wifo of tho Cala boosonoighborhood passed through pore Sunday en routo to Grassy pnrontsMrI Dr Ova Swango and wifo of your town and ye scribe of Con solation visited T M Leo and wife Tuesday night and to say wo enjoyed ourselves would bo putting it lightly lho school at this place gave a publicontortainmont Friday which surprisetoschool hold its monthly examina tion lost Friday in tho ttrd 4th and 5th grades All received good percentschool1 Oct 10 EINNIM Time Triennial Conclave Not only Templars and Masons Hhowingdnopf chive to bo hold in Louisville next August but citizens in overt walk of life in Kentucky aro manifesting a fooling of rare concern in iit suc cess Those encampments hold every thro years bring together tho most representative body of Americana citizenship and much rivalry always results in tho attompt to secure its next mooting Louis villo tried 12 years boforo being able to land this prize gathering nnd now proposes to make it tho banner conclave of all covering a period of nearly ono hundred years tho first mooting being hold in Now York in 1810 ned time latest in Pittsburg in 1808 Citizens of Louisville with tho aid of tho Mas OilS of tho state are raising an on tortainmont fund of 100000 and 510 committees are now at work collecting it and making appropriations for tho various forms of amusements and special features during the conclave Seven thousand dollars is to be sponton n street pageant tho floats of whichwill convoy to tho thousands of people lining tho side walks tho history of Tomplary since tho Crusades Fivo thousand more dollars is to go in prizes to bo offered at tho compet itive drill tho first since tho San Francisco conclave in 188JJ Anoth or big amount of money will ho burned up in the fire works on tho river front unequalled in tho an nals American celebrations Tho remainder will ho distributed among tho horso show fund full dross balls vaudeville entertain mont boat excursions and to mon miter parade with 25000 uniformed I Knights in lino A feature of spocial interest to interior Kon tuckians are tho sidetrips being arranged Nearly every command pry will alto a sight seeing run into time Blue Grass tho mountains or Western Kentucky Every com mandory in the state Irons boon asked to appoint n sponsortho most beautiful girl of its section for tho Triennial A largo timo is anticipated at West Liberty on Monday Wo un derstand that Senator Blackburn and lIon Win Thorn of Henry pooploanditday will bring to West Liberty tho largest crowd seen thoro in years s Jim Kussoll with Arnold Hone gar Doyle it Co Knoxville Tonn was n guost of the Day House TuesdayNI HazefGleenJI oaaeiItu 0 gII Normal Preparatory School e- jl1hiE e Fifteenth Smlon ofl G11EI2X ACAD- EMYY will begin on Tuesday Sopt llth 1900 Full course In nil departments will tbo maintained Win II Cord no principal and I nsslstInuts will IiiRiiro the continued HurcGSft particulllrs of thin writ known liiHtl = WMI II CORD h indLcfdI Jtllth WINCHESTER KY N II WITHERSPOON President II D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of mere chants fanners traders nod businessmen generally throughout Kaitern Kentucky andtheCKillmato banking ootlSly 0 sendingsketchpromptly receive our opinion free concerning IIInlculthrough us advertised for mile nt our expense dpcetntnotfrrnn Illustrated and widely circulated journal lnvelltors6cnelVICTOR J EVANS CO Patent Attorneys Evans Building WASHINGTON D O for acceptable ldua CASH State If patented THE PATENT RECORD Baltimore Md fJOOper+J1nnOUnCZEmEnT + Ior llnpr 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NURSERIES 0 0 FALL 1000 0fEVERYTHING FOR ORCHARD GARDEN freer by T tho MillionFruit Forest nnd Orq F VINESfSfr4t Jr g f f ni about tlc homecountry or town r I rKo AOENTS Mrix VKD t Ybottom to tho actual planter Cat11s 1 on application tot j I ii t H Fe HILLENMEYCT j 1 LEXINGTON Xlt o WJ 0 i tjof4JL t 1I tit 1 t lit i Aiif =i 0 II = Id c 11 tr = OIIII u h J THE HERALD i + EICER COOPER Editor I HAZEL CREEN c KY 11 o THURSDAY October 18 HmO DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR IKKSIDKNT WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Xelraska FOR VIOB PKKBIUKNT ADLAI E STEVENSON of IllinoisI FOR tOVKRNOII J C W BKCKHAM of Nelson County I FOR COXORKSS J BAXFORD WHITE- of Kstill County EDITORIAL BRIEFS Suet tho coal striko began wo have hoard loss of tho full dinner pail I IK Koosovolt want to see what i icrowd is liko ho ought to trovel Mr Bryan for n whilo a SOMKHODY ought to toll tho Colorado minors that their state iin expected to give its vote to Mc Kinloy MART HANNA continues to insist that thoro aro no trusts and that they reduce prioei larks is n QQtnprolipnajvo nn mind IN what way hag our govern ont in Cuba boon bettor than that1 1riSpain Wo wait for a reply but wo dont expect one Now comoth tho timo when tho intelligent voter will want to vote nnd will find that ho has forgotten to register until too Into GOVKIINOK Hoon of Toxap calls Roosevelt an Irridoscont incuba tor of war ideas That certainly ought to hold Toddy for n while As IF Shanghai had not done RUfHciont service in tho cause the t French government ia also about to publish1Iollow book on ChinaIF Roosevelt will only continuo to orate through tho wost a little longer ho will make all of that Boction absolutely certain for I3rynusTUB republican attitude towards trusts is much like their attii tudo towards prohibition They favor tho law but oppose its on forcomunt RUSSIA it is understood gota Manchuria in return for tho ro- lrmt from Pokin of tho Russian troops What does tho Unite- States got 1 MK IIANNA says that Bryan iis R Rnn honest man but a demagogue t Thoro is little chance that Bryan will reverse this statement and np- r 1 ply it to IlnnnnE- XGOVKKXOU I PATTlSOVJof PoilU tSylvania who has just returned 7frontPorto Rica draws ft terrible jI N picture of tho results of carpet bag administration thoro Ho says ftthat tho pooplo aro bankrupt both ftndlEO1 I 111 t 1 L tpij t I her sij disIcoorcd buying tho cards that the trnst shipped abroad bringing them back free of duty as being of yotIwill soIl for in this country and 1 has asked tho treasury department to put a stop to it In other words the trust confesses that it sells iits product abroad for tithe of what i charges at home It is pleasant to add that oven tho McKinley treas ury refused this outrageous re questIT is certainly singular tha whenever the administration puts forth a statement in regard to tho suppression of tho socalled rtIfIl l lion in tho Philippines the next cable vin Hongkon where thoI censor cannot roach should bring tho news of an American rovers that gives tho lie to all tho administration optimists It has hap pened again and again IN n recent speech Mr BryanI called tho attention of tho Wisconsin farmers who raise large quan titles of barley to tho fact that they at least had not profited by tho alleged prosperity Tho price of their crop is shown by statist cs 1 wlllossministration IN 1800 according to Indiana law the ballots were destroyed be I fore tho judges left the polling booth This year tho law provides that they must be retained for til while The republicans thenfore will not dare to stain tho stat as deliberately as they did four years agon Non those facts 1 Secretary Long rejected t all tho armormakers bids as being extortionate Senator Ionroeo and Carnegies manag or called on President McKinley Carnegie canto out openly for Me Kinloys reelection Secretary Long decides to reconsider his ro jection of tho armor buds Ha I i ha I lint1 II IOVKUNOU MOVNT of Indiana iis IEmid to have askod fauna for I Heavens sake to stop explaining his antitrust speech because the more it is explained tho worse iit gets Governor Mount himself has been careful to avoid explain ing his protection of tho alleged murderers of Goobel IIH ROCKHIII hits reversed o unofficial interview that ho gave t I the Associated Press and now says that American troops can bo safely I rotirod from China There iis moro than a suspicion that Mr Rockhill advisor whatever Mc Kinloy directs ISNT it somewhat curious that wo can ship coal to Groat Britain pay tho froight and sell it at a profit in tho British market and yet require a duty of 10 cents a ton to keep the British from ship ping thoir coal into the United States OF course the war is lever in tho Philippines in spite of the average weekly casualty list of about 50 and tho army of 05000 still main tailed thoro The devil is dead no doubt but who carries his buai noss on so well 111FUxu AUSTIN iis sand to be preparing a poem on Prince luau and tho Chinese trouble Wo object Its all right to put Yuan to loath wo suppose but it isnt right to inflict cruel and unusual punishments oven upon him Please dont Alfred LOTS of mon hind laid in their coal supply when tho strike began but very few of them had paid for their wives tow tailormade suits for tho winter Therefore thoro faro still heavy tribulations to bo a i rw i Lf How many babies can you thinkl of thnt have boon named for Mc Kinley this fall How many named for him four years ago This iis only a straw but it ua n strong ono as to the direction of popularity nowadays 1A NEW Worlds Peace Congress is to meet in Paris We cant help wondering whether tho UnitedI States und Great Britain will have tthe nerve to solid delegates to speak in favor ponce and arbitration i London alderman receiveI IlIIKno but possibly their somothingtafter all now that Mr o Chicago is going into the street railway business thoro HAXNA says that tho only trust is trust in McKinley Yell iitl seems cruel to attack tho dying but if Hanna will wait until No veneer Bryan will swat that along with tho other trusts IF militarism is not an issue 1why is Roosevelt using it in his campaign Why is ho meter every station by a Hough Rider outfit a t1ndo military displays they make THK republicans charge that Bryan has too many issues and i too impartial amongst thorn Tho only issue they really want is one that will scare money out of tho pockets of tho bankers trusts and corporations THK frost that settled on thoI brow of Toddy at Mt Sterling on Mondayt will only ho dispelled by tho freeze that will como the 7th I Iuf next month Tho only sunshine apparent was in tho smiles of th Bryan democrats presintT- HKHK urn 350 rolling mill motI on n strike at Hartford Conn oh I account of tho empty dinner pail t and your Uncle Mark Hanna will try tho taiTytolu trick with themI until after oloctiou FOR a country that boasts of t1- i full dinner pail for its working ofIs un der UlQ trusty they cannot live at starvation wages Ono cast 70000 more votes int 1S90 that tho census figures for tho present year show her to con thin voters Whore did those votesI como from Mr Hanna l- HOWKVKH bad Richard Crokor l poopoiis any worse or moro dangerous toI tho life of tho republic than iis Mark Hanna POHTO RICANS have registered in Baltimore as citizens by annexa tin and will vote at tho fall election This is all wrong o course congress merely gave them 15 por cent of n vote THK trouble with Germanys proposal to punish tho guilty be fore negotiating with Chinn soain- to IIx that if this wore done there would bo no government left thereto negotiate with SOMKHOW the Doer leaders are notsurrendoringas fastas had boon oxpeoted Maybe Kruger is renlly going back and may bo the war is not yet over KAUI Li had bettor get his peacock feather and his yellow jacket cUmped down boforo tho wind shifts again and Tuan gains tho ass ndancv once moro ASSUHK as the sun shines in tho heavens McKinloy selection moans tho authorization ofn standing army or 100000 mono Who doubts itnnd who wants it MR HANNA says thoro are no trusts because the laws forbid thom Will ho say that thpro are no I thieves for instance because tho laws forbid thorn Y- N q EMPEROR WILLIAM talks right up to tho point in his letter to Kwang Su Ho wants blood and means to have it W R SMITHS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE LEXINGTON KY Is The Placo to Educate for Profit to Got a Living and Bocomo Useful Citizens A good education is necessary to make our children influential it the world It is an imperishable capital jA grand llegacy that will last as long as lifo exists iso young man should venture into business for himself or attempt toI take charge of anothers without s I business training Prof Wilbur K Smith has bee tho well known president of fit Commercial College of Kentucky University Lexington 1 Ky for 255 years during which time he has ed ucnted thousands of young pooplo for positions of honor sold trust His grnduutos are to ho found in high salaried positions all over this broad land Prof Smith makes a specially of imparting to young and middlonged pooplo a practical education as bookkeeping shorthand and typewriting etc Ho has been connected with various enterprises in an olliciul capacity j has boon vice provident of n Nation al bank and adjutant gdltrnlof Kentucky Ho now dtvutis his wholo tune to his college work utialscollege watches the inUnst of its pupils Situations are secured lJy hun dreds of its graduate t3 every yar They have the distinguiM11 d honor of l Ling awarded the diploma ly tho Kentucky University under sealI Lexington Ky contain1st 0 people Its society has always Ibeen recognized as the most hos pitable and cultivated It is tho very place for young people to at summerenod Iasi- 1t i no time in the history of the entire country has there been such 1u demand for educated young tin n and women Tho south is richer now by fur than ever before More factories are going up and new capital coming from the North and East seeking investment In con 1rufeSmiths advertisement in this pa fulloparticulars of his famous college by addressing only Prof W H Smith Lexington Ky Fan SAtA scholarship in tho Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this ollico seals young man cnn save several dollars tf Grand Fall and Winter OpouuiQ There is nothing in tho way 0 news perhaps that will so much interest a certain element in our society as the fashions in dress and when wo say dross wo moan every article that goes to artifi cially beautify our already beauti ful and bewitching maidens und matrons Miss Lula Kash her self having in mind our very idea has just purchased and will today Saturf of ladies trimmed and untrimmed hats hat trimmings dross goods and dross trimmings ribbons bolts tucking combs buttons hooks timid eyes pins etc Her lino of thosfinest that was over brought east of Mt Sterling and Miss Lulu assures us that she wills I1at prices that no one dare duplicate unless they wish to go into volun tart bankruptcy And in all liins aa well bar prices are away down j i ladySumotherscousins aunts and sisters nextdljI j j beauties frontSouthsincoBobbsTO Tnt1EtrA sick lady cured of her deafness and NicholsonArtificial hisInstituteto procure the Ear Drums may have them NicholsonInstitute XcwYork4lyTO CUUU DAYITnblctllAUtocureQoueach I flplfirstcnss you We y goods Vilrbt1 wfactoriesw rprofitj ouoush 11o will rqmlr your soViURU1 clunes tvntches clpckscin fl1i f 1IVo1 priceson d fine bibles picture frnni sttitcllom j1l1g j kudsurrounding s Mail orders s11n11 have spociIattention 11heu answering this ndvortis01nont ilkItVerytrulytJ T CJ KVKDOX eeoAndy James who nearChambers hndfchurch SUPpOStdlytbwork And row Jackson r cogLouisvilleDayHouso PUBLIC SALE 010 SubllrbaflI Far nonI 1 201at op the j uorlberosuburbs N the Toll louse the lISevenEdSuthertnndTwenty fO Acres of Laml This has tlthouseetcTheynllt then q wldchxflbriugI n class K G SUTHKKLAM the Main ti Street Grocer will show these i IInCU to prospective purchasers J SCOTT RENICK 1821 SYOAMOKK KY Sheriffs Safe for Taxesr 1 fly virtue of taxes due the Sheriff of Wolft county for year is is ttI 00 1 wlllonSlondiy eourtdayhlItCIIj- oclock p m at the roam liMite door lathe town of Campion Ky 1sc to ubli8 sole for cnsh in bund the following mi eMitte or M intieh thereof a may hI mete vary to satisfy the taxes fad costs torrid District1 No 3Year 1000 G E GiV sou 370 aens of land unlocntcd Tu ud cost iow EoHOlllon10and rust b tIi District No 11ear 1000 J A Link llfie Hares of loud nuloeated Tax nnd cost e 858 District No 3Year 1PW Mint Pal man 160 urns of land utilocaud T und cost S f 8- District No t Year lf W WuiSUltoB Ion acres of land nnlocated Tax and toil ojHi I District No l1S9ti1900 CVilooth 118 nerds of land adjoining lamb ofCUr inda Wlilsmnii Tax gadenrt817I 1 j Iouellrnf1 joining IItlli ol Klias Keuiolds Tax end cost fS71I 0111IIIIIriciI f 1 i aPandera District No lYear IK Nenl MNIA a 100 aerll ol land adjulniiitf lands of U F Mills Tax and root Iitl 1 A TI CUMI US S WC l District No 2 Years IWSI9 Onetoto lot in hazel Green listed in the name 011 Nimrod L Vare Tax und P tuJA T COtt US S 1t C I IJy II V IMKHATT D S October 1111151orI 1 ONl DOLLAR V 11 j f ii Less than u cent a dlYIr 1 1119 CIO NING HERALD iIii- rTlic Great Newspaper ofr the Glue Grass 3 ITIleI per in tlio South + 1 t From Now I Till December J Send Your Name andrYour Mowy NOW siI1 ONLY jj r r 1 r C i iUt r- l IIrsd12cEs I I J ja often a wtr ttvM aver la t torpid or InKini He serious LljIall J liver troubles take a I HOGg87S tIIis1 1Whllo they rouso tho liver restore 1 full regular iutlu of tio towels t they do not rrrlpo or pain do not i Irrltatocrlnllauiilhiiit Tt cleans but have n positive tonic cffict li5e I at oil dnwRsts or ty nii f 1 C I Hood w Co Luwtll Mass j t Jf E I n ltJit r AJ FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Doc 1003 Offer Nearly 5 Years By spocuu urrangonlont iiiuuu with the publishers of the PAUMt i JOURNAL wo uro enabled to offer that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD one your v nhond for only 100 both papers for tho prico of ours only r our pa per ono your and the PAHM JOUR NAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 years Iho FARM I JOURNAL i8 Ill old established pa per enjoying grout popularity onoI of tho bust and most useful fernI papers published r This offnr should bo acceptedl without delay W T Caskoy loft Sunday morn ing for Mt Sterling on a businessI visit Joe llobards on Monday sold toI Ira Wells his farm Ilying at the mouth of Gill more crook contain ing shout 10 acres for 300 cash in handr Burlio Fmcli on Monday bough- of Uncle Pros Trimble U2t acros of land lying between his farm and tho farm of Sobron Tri mble for 10000 HUMORS boils pimples and all arc due to impure blood and by purifying the blood with IlooirsSarsaiwrUhi hoy nrc CURED Roscoe Burton of Lawrence county has accepted a position in John Davis shop Ho comes ro commondod as a firstclass work man and Mr Davis promises sat isfaction to all curt nr5 Romombor tho election for pros ident of tho United States will be hold two weeks from text Tuesday and1 lot every democrat bo at tho polls and cast his vote for Bryan and Stevenson 11You May Bond tho Sapling but nnt the tree When dlsonso has liecoiuv chronic and deep seated It IU often illfllctilt to cure It That Is tho renon why It In bout to take Hood Sarsaiiitrlllu when dlsoiiM llrst shown Itsolf Hoods Pills are u favorite family cntliortlc Miss Alice Wills who lives with W T Caskoy and wife wits taken suddenly ill on Sunday night while in church nut for a while her condition was critical Dr Nickoll was summoned to attend her and on Monday morning she was much bettor Undo John Rose of Lacy crook has tho thanks of tho editor and his hotter l for two of tho ffinest sweet potatoes wo have seen this season They weighed nine pounds and Oscar Cecil says ho is willing to give up tho laurels to Uncle John Thoro are fifty million herd of cattle in tho United States of which number from fifteen to twenty million are dairy cows If every ono of iur readers would gut Biggie Cow Hook published at 50e byjttilmor Atkinson Co Philndol phia they could greatly increase tho product from ovory cow in their hOld wur 1tr t h flta u vii 11 loading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices Benttyvillo and Jackson f c 8IIK NUVIill SMILI Iu8AM WHJiOV She queenAWhile nl her Monte the gifted itrcam And hninngc pay to this fair IIIM Her heart is pure iud fuuoy free And stoops not U the jprt of wiles Sloes beautiful as enu foul can he And yet she here lever smilis I saw upon her fnco No shadow of maws id gloom nut nit ever prcsynt exquisite grace VaHglowlugtfiurewithradianlhloom Ucneath the blue expanse of sky Theres none with brighter charms ar rayed She never smiles 1JloIIOU why llecause her front teeth are decayed Libertydontisttho 2ith inst anti remain for t i short time only1 All who need1 dental work of any kind shouldj avail of tho opportunity ball take time by tho forelock so as to boj prepared when ho counts as his time is limited and ho can not stay but u few days Dr Collier hue dune a good deal of work for citizens of our town and tho vicin ity and we havo uncut heard ofii complaint in any way Ho renders satisfaction and is prepared to do any kind of work in the latest andI priorlowbo loan for Remember ho will b II propnlldto1 will not bo disappointed Murphyforkand his bettor J for a sweet potato which weighed 5 pounds L ounce nod is tho largest potatoo wr haveJ ultsome grow around the cents- of this potato which loft it a pe culiar shape I Blooll3We live by our blood and on it We thrive or starve as our blood is rich or poor There is nothing else to live onbyWhen strength is full andI spirits high we arc beingrc freshed bone muscle and brain in body and mindwith con tinual flow of rich blood This is health Vhen weak in low spirits no cheer no spring when rest is not rest and sleep is not sleejf we are starved our blood is poor there is little nutriment i in it I Back of the blood iis food to keep the blood rich When it fails take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil I Insets the whole body going again man woman and child If you have tint tried it read for lice sample Its ngnra lc t ante win surj so cue SCOTT UOWNlf Chvmiiits 09413 TvatJ Street New York Soc and1 100 all clrujfjUt w boom Jo t11111 is the lending ftt i itli paper of tho country HB editor was raised at the plow handles and knows what ho is talking about Wo have a clubbing arrange uncut with that pnpor tilt Farm Journal by which wo can send1 our Vapor ono year and the Farm Journal nearly five years re mainder of HmO all of HID 1 1002 110015 and nOI1 to overt ono who will subscribo for Tint 1I1mIn both papers at tho prico of ours only Oo cents John Murphy of tho Murphy fork luau boon so unfortunate as to Ilose 27 buck maths since tint thirdof this month and ho told us MondayI that ho feared tho cholera had 1 tackled his hogs But ho says ho has tried to treat hisI follow mini right and ho know why judgment should bo sent upon him in this way The pot while musing over some beautiful linosand walking over tho joists of tho now building of John Piorntt a shortdistnnco from town slipped and foIl ncros tho joist bruising his log and breast nnd while not seriously hurt but ho says it is quito painful Willie Knelt and Ed Taulboo paid u flying visit to Maytown pn Sunday p I lottlrfromMeOhslHhaving rocoivod no certificate of tho bond of County Superintend chuckforl this county Investigating the matter at onco it was loarntd that Mr Lacy did give good andslim ciont bond on tho first lily of Jan nary 1000 Squiro Jim Henry Notary1Vj James Rose jr of Stillwaler signing tho bond It is therefore very clearly not tho fault of Mr Lacy that tho teachers will bo do layed a few days in getting their money and ho regrets tho matter us seriously and sincerely as any wasi1Taira Mr Lacy lit out for Camp posdtoi cinl whoso duty it is to forward tho paper to have the certificate sent at once to Frankfort and tho guttheirtakes will regicors are just as liable to err This instance therefore will be excused 1and it is to be hoped never occur 5again A letter received on Monday isIbrings information that ho was honor ably discharged in July last since which time he has boon working as a mcfeMODgcr in the quartermasters PtIImonth Hi says he is in tho best kilolduf health and enjoying life and hopoH to como home next comernow hut having lived in Luzon for over two years ho fears that our climate would be too cold this winter When ho returns ho will como via Now York and will thou have completed tho circuit around the world Curt Pieratt hits served his country and at tho same time learned more of the world than ho would have done in a life timo of throe score and ton Mrs John H Pieratt who has Andyromwlokor ton days past returned hone Tuesday very much pleased with her visit and improved in Iwulth11IIn there she mot another sister Mrs Nannie Horn don of Ashland and tho two enjoyed something of a family reunion Sho says she found both Mrs Piiratt and Mrs Horndon enjoying good health1 and apparent wonlth at least sufficient to have tho comforts of life with which they seemed to bo blood ITimmio Klkins of Lncy creek has tho thnnks of tho editor and his hotter I for throe very lino sweet potatoes which woighod 10 pounds Itt is a remarkable fact that with ono exception all tho sweet potatoes that have boon pro sonted to us came from ono funnily and tho funnily connection Uncle Johnny Hose and his sonsinlaw who seem to hnvo a faculty for raising tills suculont vegetable Tho alarm of fire as wo go to prose proves to bo the academy building from tho roof of which u blaze four or Ilive feet high bursts forth and for a few minutes tho building seemed doomed There was very little water no ladders available and it looked beyond tho ken of human kind But u few stout hearts determined to do or die with buckets of water from tho academy well soon had tho Names oxtinghishud Loss nominal J B Thompson for a long timo a ItSitlont of Hirol Green but HOW of Jackson vap a giiost of tho Day House Sunday night Asked tin news about JacksonJ ho reported that there was considerable excite ment about the small pox which had broken out among the no groes If everyone knew The superior quality Of hoods Pills I Their gentle easy I Action their prompt effect upon Tow torpid liver and inactive bowels It woulJ be only u short time when They would be used to the cicluniou Of every other kind howls liUsIAre only Pills to take With Hoods Sariaparllla Tho One True Blood Purillcr Miss Mary lylor of Consolation I was in towu shopping Wednesday morningII I i fi l J 1 Clothes MukeiboiuOtVe- arn nicely Tailored garment and when you outer w Iii Jttnllenmns place of business you impress that individual n J as beingofi some importance If you are in tho society of the gentler sex and bettor dressed thrall others in tho crowd you life at onco the favorite People who dress hotter than others in this community have thoir clothing made by the 1 GLOBE TAILORING C COMPANYtt LOUISVILLE KY 1Fora suit Satisfaction guaranteed r v J fzrrijE v = = = Io tit tt C ROBINSON 19l 1m fGIf su I lOItIJ1lti Ojj LjLj- ii MANUFAOTUHEKS OP 1 LOUISVILLE KYIlti JJlEi Solicits your trade and un order by mail will wvivo his I JJ p prompt attention and render you entire satisfaction i 1 T1v P11 PIM11x t i I r qUINNS OINTMENT FOR HORSES stnncls nt the hcnd ofnilveterinary remedies Such troubles us Spavius Curbs Vindpufs 5pliats Iluurltcs llnvc no terrors for a horse if the master keens and applies Qtiiims Ointment well known horncmcn speak of it in the highest tcnns- Mllli t AliIIrBIil T ifl r uVllnl IdN Hl1orMIitrWIsi1 i r ulJulllil 0111111111 with rturcewauAIMlleroltfulfil Iic141tittorIt Wcchott fully tocflinuutul It to our frlnuiU Fur Curl Nplliiti HIIIIAI lluuchiK it linn imeqn Price 150 Stunner size 500 Sold by nil 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1 l tones nud other engravings Irlce 50 Ccnti- TfccllHUlLU tl HOOKS are unqueorlli alu eful 1I1 nawnuyalluglike lhentsoprnctlcnluaenllel J nre having in euoiniouialc l IWwt Koilw 1iii fioulh livery one who keeps n horse tow flog Chicken Ot grows timaU Fruits ought to scud away fur the UIUQLU UOOKS The FARM JOURNAL- I 1 your pa per made for you anti not s mla It I JIAfrold It Is the Qrcat bwfleddowrt hltthctlallonthelltlld aflcr you liave aald It Iann and llouscaold prier in the worldthe lJlllRut paper of Its she In the of America havlnz over a million and obalf UIIIIilltalrff t t Any ONE of the BIGGLE BOOKS and the FARM JOURNAL JJ- r1UARSI retnalnder of 1I1IXI tgo1 1f1OJ snd Ip s will be Sent by mall to ntty nddreas bar A n0LLAft lULL Bample Qf FARM JOURNAL audelreulardesertUngC10OLlrrioolscer WILMRU ATKINSON Address FAIL Z JOURNAL I1UUAUiariHACHAW K JXNUIN9 i IN M N M eo DE3OIUPJ110NJgo J 1IIIa OFllCB A111 rAOTIONGUAKANTEED IK ALL OASES I s + r PiOjrnttbrown cloth overcoat two suits underwear necktie c between High halls ntifl the ronSdnnnn of Grnnvillo Evans rho finder will bo libornly rewarded by leaving tho bundle nt H F Piorntts store or this office tf ifflrChester White in agent lot the Homo Steam lnUfu1ryo Mt Sterling Bud will send his bn kot every two weeks Shirts collars culls etc laundered in tbe beat styletf s Y 1 lf C A iyr cltmlnI IiTINO i ABNER BARNES 5 00 pt I Wholesale Dry Goods Nations uJ io- uAULI tON IV VA Solicits n ahnro of your p troatf4M4L u asks you to hold nu order foe hlrr r 11 i GE OURNOTHD o l 9 Hale 1tI sSoprinte4 t1r1- Ae t f m me w mtun 7yl8pNJ OUtlAVKHH at tqKIf V 3t i 4 w 4 w is r v C3 L S I STAND MR YERKES c And Answar the Following c Twentytwo Questions sAt Which Timo tho People of Kentucky Aro ProiuroJ t Propound Yet others for Your Word 1 If you are elected governor will you before the trial of any of thu persons nosy indicted for being neresiory to the murder of Oar Gould pardon any of them 2 If they arc t l after trial will you then purduu unyof them 3 If Taylor and Pinley nrc still fugitives will you issue n requisition for thelr njipre henslon 4 Do you approve tho conduct of Goy Jlouut of indiammt In refusing to honor the requisition of Goy Heckhum for the nrrett of Taylor mid Flnley 5 Hnvo you ever in public or private cnn creation condiinnod the nuimviiiiHllon of Goebel except upon the ground tlntt It might injure the republican jmrty 15 Were you prevent at the secret Gnlt Hondo eonvention of rrj uMliHits in Louis vllluon the night following the ColsoiiSeott tragedy nt Frankfort 7 If you muweryw to tho Inst question HI you undoubtedly muni wuwer thou you will bu further linked if you advocated or approved n proposition to bring the noun thin feudist to Fmnlclnit to murder or overawe Ooubel or the UgUhiture 8 If you answer you do not then you will be naked why you did not ns 11 dear lover of civil liberty that HIIIIIU sweet civil liberty your platform and stump or ators proto so much about why you did not aa a lover of liberty and law expose this damnable plot Iaruithitiuul Nc- trust you will not endmivor to excuse yourself on the ground that you were in another part of the Inrgo room anti thnt you were ulllleted with tine some sort of biuxinj that caused Mr Itlnlnc to misunderstand Bro llurclmrd nail that your imperfect under landing was that time n a sliiN were to be brought only to protect the civil liberties of everybody lord tint for murder it Do you approve lime net Taylor in refuting to allow tint civil authorities to search time executive building fur the murd erers of Ooebcll 10 Do you approve Taylors net in driving the members of the legislature rum the State limo with soldiers 11 Do you approve his net iIn driving tho legislature at the point 01 tho bayonet from tho court house and other public placet in Frankfort when it endeavored to as temblo 12 Do you approve his not in ordering his soldiers to chime the member of the login lature through the streets of Frankfort 11 Do you approve hinot in quartering soldiers and armed bodies of mountaineer In the public buildings at Frankfurt with orders to them to allow no one access to them without n pass from him or the adju taut general 11 Do you approve his act in driving the judges of time Court of Appeals Iron Frank fort by converting the state capital into military barracks r 15 Do you approve his net In refusing to obey tho writ of habeas corpus 10 Do you approve his course now In re mining in Indiana a fugitive from justice 7 17 Do you tbelievo ho meant to lie or tell tho truth when he publicly tttntcd that If in dieted ho would never become a fugitive from justice but would return to IKentucky mid stand trial IS Do you think he ought to return to Kentucky now to stand Ids trial 10 Jf you are elected governor will you obey the constitution mud laws of the state 20 Do you believe tho constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the laud 21I Do you believe that the following is n correct quotation of SubsectionSection 2 Article IV constitution of time IT SIoon person charged In any state with treason felony or any other crimes who shall flee from justice timid be found III another slate shall on demand of the executive authority of time state from which he Hid be given up to bo removed to the state having jurisdic lion of the crime r 22 If this bo correct quotttlon whIliel you ns n member of tho republican conven Lion at Philadelphia at a mooting of the Kentucky delegation of republicans up prove n resolution commending mid prais lug Coy Mount of Indiana for deliberately violating this law I sThese nre n few only n sample of the in quiries which tho people of Oic state will nsk you to answer You are a courteous gentleman and will no doubt oblige thorn by full nnil shall we say It 1 stitifactory nuswcrs11 l Walton In Stanford Jour flatIf 1 nmpbunchlt or nny liko ailmenti go to John M Rose and got ft bottle of Quinns Ointment which will ro move tho obatnclo tf f nicolyInundriod ngontfortho work of which is suporior i lUfc DiMly laundry in the state t trCopies of this paper maybe found on file 1atth office of out WttVlogton correspond o ntqE G Slqers916 XStreet N W I tikMBgioH D C t 1Jjt nS nn- a n- e II I 6+ tr I t Y DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures made by Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver remedyIt cal triumph of the nineteenth century dis covered after years of nent kidney and blad der soeclall and Is curinglamebles and Brights Disease which Is the trouIform of kldnertrouble I Dr Kilmer s SwampRoot Is not ommended for everything but If you havekid I ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested j In so many ways In hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention readlntr this generous offer In this paper and send your address to KllmerCoBlngtihamton byDr I regular fifty cent and iiomoof nmtmpRoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists n AI Juiigo Amos Davis and WalhuO McCiiiire csqr of Went Liliorty will address tho pooplo in tho in toroBr ol tho domncnttic party atII I SlttnrIdajI Tho kachors association will most at tho same plncn that day lobby Knshof McCausoy is visiting friends hove and reports that ho and Dick 1Hussoll took in tho reunion at Shuborts woods last wok The flying dutchman which was removed from horo did a good bnsinass with Dick aa conductor sold engineer Tho gross recipe of tlu lying dutchman for three days woe lInO The attention of nilGfl our rend ors who contemplate a diango of residence to the classic blue grass country is especially directed to tho advertisement Public Halo of Suburban Farms II which appears with our issno today These two farms would mako nn ideal dairy or market garden either of which properly pursued would make the purchaser n plutocrt with a ple- thoric purse Henry Mattock representing Mc Millon llaxen +C Co Knoxvillo Tonn was a guest at tho Day House Tuesday Dr Brock Taulboo of Mt Ster ling huts boon in our miest for set oral days past visiting some of his patients nilor whom ho reports as iimproving 65c WII want ADO now sub HriluTu trill for 10 ilnys will take thorn at GO for I1J month indiKlini- I ItI mi Journal until Docember 1JOII Now IS tIll time toII subscribe Como on viol von vi 1 NO PICE To nil whom It may cornier This is fair warning All hIr vnllMid in IIH In amount either by unto or luvoiiut if tin Name is not settled with me on or before the 20th tiny of October woo you will find said notes and accounts in the hands of time oil eer of time court You clam settle with me cheaper tlrm with them So govern your selves according ilosKPii e IYKINS rttti1I1l l J 1 I AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY Tile Tolmlo BlaUe TOLEDO OHO Circulation I 178000 Tho Great National Weekly Newspaper of America The only Weekly edited ex pressly lor every state and territory The News of the WorM so arranged that busy thttobyAll current topics made plain In each issue by special editorial matter written from inception down to date The only paper published especially Gtr people who do not i read daily newspaper nnd yet thirst fo ncaspnpeisI r weekly Jllndc now has over 178noeearl subscribers and is circulated in nil parts ot the United States In addition to the news storiesfevery member of the family Only ONE DOLLAR A YEAtt t Vrlto for specimen copy Address THE BLADE 17lt TOLEDO OHIO J 1iUiq rg Q Latest Intsii SHs TRIMMED AND- UNTRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS c which are of tho latest patterns and up todate in nil respect Tin Indies ul hazel Green nnd vicinity are requested to call nnd examine my stock a DRESS MAKING IIn connection with my MILLINKHY I have u line of dregs trim minKS incluiliiiR shirt waists shirt wait KooiN etc rotc and nm prepared to lit amt mako dresses in tho latest styles lint do all kinds of swing In mill lopirtmiiitH I Oat prepared to soil very cheap anti guarantee satifne- tion in till cases MRS F N DAY cn 6 Vtt1ti lfAl ONLY WHITE TAR SOAP IN TilE WORLD IIsMUHTK and ti t ririliroI i Inriway It contilm III Ole helIn and antiseptic properties o f the black tar snaps with entire freedom from their objce UuiuMe features- It soils neither towel nor wash bowl for Its ISlier jnowwhlte It lathers in Hard or soft watrr far more trecly thin other tar soaps and bring 100 per cent pure outlasts any of the tilled soaps ofcqllallizeJt much more plycerlnc than other soaps nrul this together with Its lIft tlncJalitr inike itt kinirmnnn shampoo so aIIII the treatment of skin scalp and hair diseases 1 xrivaled cases of ilanifrtill scald head fall ing hair etc Uhitar Is highly recommended rhyslclan recommend fur babiii baths end in ciscs of chafe or heat rash tae soap is icculiorly ctCcacIoiis Alt your tlealcr tom it MANUFACTURED DY W- GL1NTON SOAP CO CLINTON IOWA Lexington and Eastern Railway Tlmo Tablo In Effect Ma 12 1900 EAST BOUND iSo 4 Noi STATIONS Dally ex Daily ex Sunday Sunday AMLyelMI Ive pmAvoni pmWinchesterI 1111I1wIndianproClaypmSttuttonS putFilsonptuImndeoI JlIIIXlltI 3tpmTorrentpiuGeattyve JlIIITailorJackson 11 au am ti tai pram WEST BOUND No 1I STATIONS I 3IJackson U 25 am 2 25 pin Athol 0 fiii am 2 iii pm Tullesa 7 04 am 3 01 pm putforronlI JlIIInllmlceputIIisnnI pminsI vuIttJlI1IIlldluslcr pramIcxiuglou MnnngerCIIASSCOTT VC- sl11tu Hi AtiO ViGOR 3O rys9TriiI fher fliu mwi ri xertea rr ay Kvctnc JfaU enttcrlncrI end that i ttillcliullr p Tfir tlwu otit Tomen soulitemaoclruii u ttiA t1I ra on mrth Its un WM irmnt pub li anti furc Into whatever It in1t rue oui itiiit Monrty lifo fjtenltHt by ray iw tleclrle Aiplktne fI ciren Instant raml elnd nerer- i + ttcurcltuUKJtiMulMicJMcfoiKlIner Tr nlloX- j trlpecaeNkhtfnc IleI of Scrrp Forct and Igor Nu r msDbmlit ioui r uixtnnt and Lo lUUf Y may not llIfl faith in it now but 1C R FOI eo DA SJtvrt Jirti will then rrcttio why I hnvo such c ned+nc It w tIcllt 0 roa qrki1t L Writ Illliy or llUwtrnted Iumnhltt wtthreferlncesan3lanGl Jttmonlot feat tree In plain tcakxl envoull u CHBY8TAltlnvontorCO AU 1r THE LEADING CLOTHING HOUSEH F I TiTr 11- LouissusEiytT atrr s1kTe II- cio f VAHCE IIN PD1CESJ NO ADVANCE iIN PRICES I 4ELtLiij Wurtll off File UiGtI- 1llTAT THE OLD PRICES Goods have advanced 50 per cent but you can have them at the old prices j1 IBeautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 D8allhithI lau Worstaff Snits atoo5 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful line of Boys Childrens Clothing tndII Iwill save you 40 per cent Largest in the state When you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters LOUIS 5 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY iSTMail Orders Filled Promptly it f t- IIQ i Whn IoulV C Y Ofti of RQSC f F ompanyt5 r r fet itting uts you will iiivor he satisfied toe wear anything else This great p firm htrivu to plensp tiul the- M know how to do it hencenll thufr InllIThey use nothing but KOO ma- P tennis nod every Rnnnctit monde o by them is honest insKlj uclout la rado strictly to niiMstirc c by Mkllled workmen Is jKrfect io Infitntidi wolltrlinnied They P nre The Originator cf lnw Prices gnrmuntslndt2II rocVc BIG SAMPLE nOOK Cnll early and moire your ffh coat selection of u Suit or Over + rr UY Yy COLE AGENTSMPLuiPniu r0C EYHAZEL GREEN IKY I SII i I have just rocoivod tho finest lino find greatest variety of LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS 9 SHOESi ever brought to tho mountains and having bought them before theii recent rise in leather I nm prepared to save my customers money on every purchase they mnko I want tho ladies especially to examine my stock For tho price I can show thorn n frontlace shoo that is a worldbeater It is indeed a beauty and to fho touch makes one feel that tho shoemaker got hold of tho kidglovo stock Respectfully JOIN lL ROSE zN1 rm G Pres Iif r Aiff3Y1JJ1Y V VU l 0 IC bl Jti NSrV U iNGTON 1Yi Ohferenco1tea rat two World Kjpo ltlon and thousands of RrnilnixtM In bnplnfii lncBl b oke ineglclnls l oritonoir pher for Courts UorernoreU8Beaatot 6ookke0p Ins tbItspractkalarpacatlonto3lerchandldngJommlAton i Joint atoeVDjnV Mllline 3J nuf cturln8mn other ntTrri r taught also lIuslnr rtlr lonmanrlilp CVrre pondouco and Commercial Law nttUraduatcs lacccieful Q Phonography Tytwwrltlnc TIfcrapbr buo special departments and teachers No Vacation 65 tO 90 iPH tuition nook and 000t11nr ronne men at thus College who art sow w- nf IIIl pomtlons an llookkMrrni Stenographer Telegraphers rccelrlnr W to Im salary per year lienturky Vnlyorlg nlllomn under seslawarded oor lira 01 e- slr ln3fOUL yarallrnadrenter Uoltt for healthJnloe and brauITbas 3bgpeopleeucbure e- Tad 3 bans ruJa orhT to harm tntsr sit MeA tu tddrea ofr WILBUR R SMITH Lexington Ky C3T1arr1ie arty rarerroy eneb tsrgne ern tars YO pro s to W LU raryaad olttrdtD nrst+ ever 1m rfudesti L1ie year Grllloaalozn coat 1U1oW w t f flY