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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 17p I f if tr+ 1 r rqTllFHAZEL GREEN HERALKFamous in tho Story of Jonathan and Fits Continent by MIX OReU =u 1 tn d l SEARSe SIXTEENTH TEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 25 1000 NUMBER 10 sM M rJ1vm n ru H G ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for n M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of High Grndo t IF j1i y11Ve4I I i J orders from tlm merchants of tbe- tllollntuins Solicits niul guarantees satisfaction A wall order willreceive prompt attention S WARFIELDpATON O k tQnOIllfL ltRTlCt HAZEL GREEN KY- hair Cutting Shaving Shampooing c andSaturdaysi only ll for thepresent htcsdny IKE HARTF1EIDI HeulnmrtTH Mt sterling Of1 l jtBPItKSE- STSCUGGEWHEBIVIERt Co is LYNCH WJIMJ VA- ss and Jobters of Dry Goods No Importers Gumh We tnanuineture lleU knV fancy n 0 ordersuntilryou and see 1 Overallsty Hold your yx o ooooooooocoMOOOO- QIt1 Stw II KASII ftto KASH HAZEL bne o lCASRII practice in courts of m give special attention to collections 000000 oo O00 04004- FWI BAKER itcnihlimrtiTH llnrhouryllln 1y KKrUKSKSTISO RicMr soq 1 IISSOe DL Nashville Tenn mufaoturers and lobbits of STAPLE sad1 iTSTOM SHOES carries a full line of samples and solicits your trade Sly DR M C KASH- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OlHco at Day louse 1IAHBL GREEN KY Will answer calls day or night Sur fiery2 obstetrics and ditettses of females n specIallY keeps a Iilply of medicines J W CKAVKN WM L KASH CRAVEN 5 KASHA h HAJ5EL GREEN KY I We hive a nice hearse and a full stock of COFFINS and CASKKTS on hoed nt all times which will be sold on the most reu Sonable terms Mr Willie Knsh will act as funeral direc tor and furnish coffin and hears upon re quest Soliciting the public patronage we are respectfully etc CllAVKN t KASH JOHH BURNS ADAMS OiIversitfl alit Jeweler LEE CITY KYn I I I I i Repairs Clocks Watches and Jewelry of all1 sunrnnfJescases a 3pecial attention to orders by mail y n COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0fSfTo insure insertion ALI corros bMonday I that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and wo want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for tho week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favorsI they put us to great inconvenience SUNNY SIDE Lizzie Craft gave us a pleasant call 0110 day last week Pearl Day of Hazel Green spent ono night last week with your writer Mrs Abo Hummel got thrown out of n wagon Saturday and was badly hurt- J W Taulboo of Daysboro passed through hero Sunday on his way to Torrent Ipntchhasghum of tho sweetest kind Willie Alexander of Daysboro passed through here Sunday on his way to Greasy to attend that funeralRobert Brooks went to West Liberty to attend tho big democratic demonstration which was hold at that placo last Monday What is left of tho Sunny Side tribe took dinner with Mrs Piko of your town Sunday and what spoutSundayUficlo Rastus Brooks and wife spent Sunday with thoir daughter Mrs Crocket Coldiron of South Hazel Green Sho leas boon quito sick but is improving now and wo hope will soon bo out By tho time this letter goes to press tho writer will bo on tho road back to Broathitt county Wo will soon bo so woll known along that road that wo can borrow meal on timo if our credit is good Yo scribe and Miss Cordia Broil nomon of your town and another one had a pleasant horseback ride Sunday afternoon The young folks seemed to havo a move on them Wo mot buggies hacks and rigs with both whito and colorod folks in thom and all seemed to bo enjoying their ride Oct 23 SUSIE SUXJJEAM TOLIVER TOPICS Hello I friends glad to bo with you again John F Power was soon in those parts Sunday 0 W McNabb nnd B F Boling wont to 1orront Saturday No Scribomox I have never boon captured but captivated- J J Catron sold to Tim Canoy 200 bushels of corn for 70 John Hedge and wifo and little daughtor havo boon visiting the family of W A Oldfield this week Gear 0 Honakor and wife of Piko county have been visiting relatives and friends in Tolivor for some lays A B Landrum and 0 W Mc Nabb have returned from tho grand lodge at Louisville and report a good time Tho funerals preached Sunday boI for tho community r r Catron and family will shortly move to Monefoo county neat Chambers station whore ho will make his homo Toy are good neighbors and wo regrot to soo thom move but our loss is Monofoofl gain Quito a numbor of tho young folks of Tolivor attended the fu neral Among thom woro Misses Lou Hord Hilda Cox Mollio Clark Lucy McNabb Etta and Carrie Swango II 0 Ward Goorgo Cox Willie Sweeney Clotis Swango and yo scribo All seemed to enjoy I themselves but especially Henry I Oct 22SUINER i t SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS P A Craft and II II Swango woro nt West Liborty Monday Harrison Swnngo rondo a busi ness trip to Campion last Thurs day A C Diamond and son F R Diamond both of Luxingtou war guests of tho SSwango House par of lest week A bevy of young beauties fromI Daysboro woro enjoying footback ruling out this way Sunday Miss Jose Rose in company withI Bruce Rose both of Stilhvator I passed through this neck o1 th I woods SaturdayIMrs II II Blankonshipand d sister Miss Lizzip Long of Con solution woro visiting Mrs Folix Craft Saturday Mr and Mrs James Biso outer tainedI quito n numbor of their friends Thursday night withn bonn hulling Every one seemed to onjoy themselves and all wont merry Thursday Oct 18th at tho homo of tho brides father Granvillo Taulboo John W Hall of Lacy crook and Miss AnnioMayTaulbee were united in tho holy bonds of matrimory by Rev K KPiko of hazel Green May pence and prosperity their footsteps attend through life is the wish of ye writerOct 22 UNO MORGAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT Hurrah for Bryan I Curtis Rose end A Iroffimlahl wore soon going through hero Monday Yo scribo in company with T M Leo and wife paid Campton a Hying visit Saturday 11 II Blankonship is rusticating this week on the Licking river hunting and fishing E L Blankonship and father wont to West Liborty Monday to hoar tho democratic speaking Several of tho young folks at tended tho funeral on Greasy Sun day and report a jolly time Quito a crowd of Hazel Green folks were out driving Sunday and paid A J Blankonshipe apple orchard a visit Oct 28 EINNIM A Big Democratic Rally The biggest democratic demon stration seen in Eastern Kentucky for many years was that at West Liberty on Monday There was between 51500 and 1000 people present Indeed IJ200 woro count ed in tho procession and tho crowd around tho speakers stand was so largo in its outlines that thoso on tho extreme edge could not hour tho voice of any of the speakers sufficiently plain to distinguish what was said lIon Bill Thorn of Henry county and Judge James M Benton of Winchester ably represented tho democratic party and Hon John D White was there in his own behalf as candidate of tlw prohibition party Judge Hon ton mado n masterly effort in tho which ho exposed the rascality and rapacity of tho republican party in such a plum picture that the blind could almost trace it and John D White Into of tho G 0 P him solf knowing the true inwardness of things and tho rascality of his former colaborers was oven more sovoro in his arraignment than Judge Benton It was u grand day and much good for tho democratic party will result John Tom Gov edon of this place and Isom Long of Daysboro woro among those present from this section and thoy both say it was tho most onthusi antic and largest gathering they over saw n tho mountains Hiss Vilklnss Now Novel Mary E Wilkins has just finish od a now novel which has boon secured by The Ladies Homo Journal The social lifo of a small town is her thomo Sho reveals its romances its humors and its trngo realismII tycr ti Wp TRYING A DEAD MAN The Trial of Honrv Yoalsoy ProgressosI Donpito His Condition An alollod Case in tho Courts Tho trial of Honry Youtsoy pro grosses at Georgetown in spito of stuport ings Tho conduct of Judgo Can trill in forcing his attorneys into trial under the circumstances is condemned by all right thinking people limo question of his guilt or innocence outs no figure It is the andoprosecution that is so abhorrent It is a sickening spectacle Tho prosecution closed its case Tues day after Arthur Goobol had do tailed his alleged conversation with Youtsoy in which tho latter connected Gov Taylor with tho as sassination conspiracy It was Arthur Goobols statomont that ho had had a conversation with Yout soy that caused tho latter to de nounco hint as n liar on tho wit ness stand Youtsoy had boon so iously ill and was vory weak Tho sudden frenzy and subso quent collapse nearly caused his death Ho lies in tho jury room on a cot oblivious to everything Ho was carried into cour Tuesday by order of tho Judgo to testify in his own behalf Ho Was unconscious and made no response when questions woro asked him Ho was carried out and Judgo Can trill sternly ordered tho trial to proceed whoa You tsoys attorneys asked that tho jury bo discharged and tho caso continued Col Craw ford in his opening statement said that Arthur Goobol was either demented or had perjured himself t and they would prow that ho hoc lied Youtsoy has all along domel that ho ever hud a conversation with Goobol MtSterlingGazetto Edwin 0 Wood of Michignn I Secretary of tho Tamworth Swine Breeders Association knows a 1it1 torn notice I have carried it in my pockot two weeks rending it in I I leisure moments and following its advice has already saved mo as I believe nifty dollars This is big returns on an investment 50 cts writ the publishers Wilmor Atkinson Co Philadelphia Ho Likes Our People CKDAK BLUIT VA Oct 17 1000 MyI dear friend Cooper Yours just received also papers Please accept iny thanks for same I always look forward to Monday when I get TUB HKUALD for it hazelOroonsince I came back i have had no yonGive1 and all inquiring frionds for I never was at a place in my lifo that I liked tho people moro thou thoso at Hazel Green Thoy woro all so kind and nice to me while there I um coming back again to see you all if nothing happens in tho spring Wishing you success I am over your friend W P CECIL Farm Journal is tho oldost farm monthly published But it is not moss rown i it is bristing and thingsYouWo have a clubbing arrange mont with that paper tho Farm Journal by which wo can sons our papor ono year and tho Farm Journal nonrly five yours re mainder of 1000 all of 190J 1002 lOORand 1901 to every ono who will subscribe for TUB HERALD i both onlyOMrs Dr Bon Nickoll of Canoy who has boon taking chart lessons under tho supervision of lira F N Day for tho past two weeks ro turned to her homo recently i IiT Hazel GrOeD qteilY Iv Normal Preparatory School 04 Fifteenth Session of LliEL i1tEEN AOAD i EMY will begin on Tuesday Sopt 11th 1900 dcpRrtmcntIl1udntnlnctI principal assist and ants will Insure tho continued nucccss of tills will known iuiti partlculursWM IL CORD intdttstr a8dt t WINCIIESTKR KY V H 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Ootobor 25 1000 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR rilKBIDKNT WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nobrnskn yon riot IllKHIIIKN- TADLAI B STEVENSON of Illinois you lOVRKNOIl J C W HECKIIAM of Nolaon County FOR CONOHKH8 J HANKOKI WHITE of Estill County +ARfOUfl EmEnTS + Vor UIrlnthIIIt Uldrltt OEOr Ii1tn urn authorized to an 1 1AMKS H OKCIII of Morgan coiinlr n n candidate fur Kepro Nfutattvo to the loiflnluluro fur Morgan and Wolfe conntlin Niihjcct to tho action of thu Democratic party HON 1 B VIIITK tho domo cmtio candidate from HUB Tenth congressional district gave Tin HKIIAID n call on Sunday after noon Inst Atfkotl as to tho politi cal outlook in the district MrI White replied that ho thought it W8 indeed fuvprablu Ho said ho Imtl boon in nearly every county in tho district and ffrom what ho loarnod and hiH own observation ho was satisfied that tho democratic party would come very nor voting as a united party Men ho snitlI who four years ngo worn bitterly opposing Mr1 Bryan urn today his thinksthoin Kentucky by 20000 while tho Btftto ticket will bo safe withI majority of 12000 to 15000 Ho 1 garding his own rnco he thinks laoii is safe against both tho preaching I nnd political harangue of Bro Hopkins anti docs not look to lose I many votos among those known as Brown democrats Briefly ho is sanguine of success and thinks that j if tho democrats como out and do their duty hwill bo elected by nu increased majority Ho lift usII to go to West Liberty to hoar Judge Bonton of Winchester and Honf Tnt Thorn of Henry countI t I speak thoro on Monday and snit that ho would contiuyo the can J vnss right up to the election nmltt i go whorovor ho could do tho party or himself tho most goodsc IIhopiugl II that aphorism of tho full dinner pail they seemed to think tho American laboring man but little bottor than a hog and forgot on r tirely that ho needed clothing ortJ tho comforts of n homo Toy a didnt even put n jumper and t a pair of overalls along with litho full dinner pail Nor did they say aught about books for the boys and girls of the t Their appeal was to his minor1t j10ne anti tho miner 0hKk had sufficient to supply 1 Y t r DKMOOUATB thoro aro only 12 days remaining for you to put your fences in order and keep tho rascals out Every mothers son of you should go to work and work with n will until midnight of thr Monday boforo oloction lay See your noighbor and oxplnin to him tho injury tho trusts urn doing him by raising tho price of tho articles ho consumes and road to him Lb accounts of tho strikos in tho coall mines whoro hundreds of mon havo boon thrown out of Omplo- mont because they could not live at tho starvation wages imposed by tho trusts Then show him that tho republican party is the father of this trust iniquity and all other ovils that bosot tho poor man the laboring class and tho farmer Ap peal to his ronson his common sense anti ask him if ho thinks iit right to support thin rich and help1 nmko thom richer while by his vote ho makes himself and till like him pooror Show him that one oighthof tho wealth of tim UnitedI States is owned by loss than 1000 of its population and that 000 of these or moro aro members of the republican party Calculate for him and show him if this central ization of capital is continued bit a few years longor that weal1 who earn their broad by the sweat of tho browwill bo worse than are tho subjects ofn sovereigtt power instead of free mon undo tho constitution of tho United States Show him at what cost th government is maintaining t1 war in the 1hilippines the slnugh tor of our soldiers in the same country and remind him thattt whoa ho buys a yard of calico for his wife n pine of bleach for hit baby or a pound of sugar for his family that ho IS helping to pay the revenue that ruthlessly main tains this army which is trying to subdue n lpeople who are lighting for freedom Remind him the t the United Status constitution do claros for equal justice to all opecial privileges to none and uts l him if he thinks this equality can bo attained or maintained when by hit volt ho makes the richl richer and tho poor poorer By a fow Kindergarten lessons ike this 1 Kentucky will remain under dons ocrotic rule and good government tho United States will bo redeemed from tho robber republicans and1 tho trusts will ho busted You must go to work and do that work with n will akin to that of one who fools that everything is incumbenttt upon him Bo not fainthoarted 1 in tho matter but work with nilI your might and the time is near at hand when ours will indeed bo a puppy land WHKN Roosevelt spoke at tiltI t Sterling a follow was selling Me Kinley and Roosevelt buttons That is McKinloys and IlooHoolt- pictures wore displayed on tho obverse side whilo on tho reversei sidethe pin side wore printed1I tho words lacer MoKinloy andIj business goes to hell and throat who wore duped into buying thomI kept the mutter to themselves on he principle that misery loves tool rejoiced as each succeeding sucker took tho baittTho aphorism whilo inologant in language is most eloquent in point of truthfulness Tug republicans four years iago promised that wo should have in creased wages and today Limo av wage of tho miner is lower than over before is tho statement of Quo of lho wage earners now on strike in Pennsylvania WKIISTKK DAVIS oxsecretary of interior says Mark Hanmi is liar if ho says I receive 125 or any part of it from Presi dent Krugar for advocating tho cause tttho Boors THK republic of thoUnited States is supervised by a president and1 the empire of tho Philippines by nt monarch a king Strange thatI onn and tho same man should hold both positions hut such is tho fact This country is governed by the consent of tho governd Not so tho Philippines where tilt aver I holds sway A republic and- o n monarchy in a strange combina tion and no other than Mr Me Kinloy over essayed to tho supremo cansunyt 1 the other by conflict JUST when Mark Hainm and other spoil hinders of tho ropubliii eau party were boasting of tho full dinnor pail as a result of Mclvinloys administration it was induod cruol for tho minors to strike because of starvation wages They should have boon moro loyal1 nod continued to starve until n tho oloction at least McKinloy might then Imo boon oloctod But alas l SKNATOK 1 1 ANNA is roported to havo a sore thornt No wonder ho shouldnt holler so loud when ho denounces Bryan with lying and personal abuse tnWilY id McKinlcy afraid to tnk tho stump 7 Js it that ho onn answer tho questions of the in dictnifiitH against his administraI lion 7 n IonnsyloI 1l hopooof Macks election is said to b n part of Mark I lamias soliloquy TKDDV in his speeches refers to William Jonning Bryan as hisi opponent President McKinloy is not in it- DKMOCUATS see to it that wo cnpturu tho noxt house of repre scutittiwosit 8 all important ELECTION BILL NO 19 Signed by tho Qovornor and Becomes a WilllProvo Favorable Features The House bill Xo 19 Minbrac ing tho non partisan amendments to tho present election low was signed by Cow Bocklmtii Tuosday afternoon and containing un emer gency clause it becomes effective immedialoly Resides throwing a number of safeguards around tho present law to provont violations of it tho now law has livo important amend moots in its provisions These are I ho furnishing of paper of OCi pounds weight by tho Ht rotary of state to tho county clerks if Lit state which the clerks aro to uso in tho ballots furnished by thorn to the precinct oloction ollicers and providing a penaltyI of ji50n and six mouths imprisonment in tho county jail for failure of the clork to uso tho paper furnished1 him Tho preservation of both voted1 countaty a period of six months after the oloction or in euseof a contest until tho snmo issottlod Tho placing of a circlo under tho devices on tho ballot instond u tho square horotoforo used Making tn felony for n county clerk to foilI to place the name 0 tho regular nominoo ofn party under the devico of that party onI 1the ballot and fixing his punish mont at confinement for three years in tho state penitentiary righttomake an allidavit t1 at ho is on titled to voto If a resident of th product makes n counter nflidnvit tho person shall not ho allowed to nmdlniti grand jury of the county nt the llrst term of court following tho election o ClommioJ I of Charleston Illare the guests ofthisim indefinite oungpshowthong Sad Accident to a Llttlo Girl Just this side of Slate in Mont gamer county on Friday Ins throe little children climbed on the i hind part of Squire Jim Henry I Sebastians buggy He warned them that it was dangerous and begged thus to get oil which they did but begged him for a rido to Onodof trout took n seat sin tho two others on n valise just iin front Emerging from n branch which they crossed in the road I tho little girl arose front hor seat to arrange somethingt shawl her dress when she lost her balance sad pitched forward out of tho buggy Igor foot catching in tho spokes her let was twisted around the shaft sari broken in two 0 three places below the knee 1 couple of ladies living in tho neighborhood appeared upon tho scene and took charge of the little sufferer whom they took to n Wont by house Tho little girl was thoi laughter of Harrison Williams who lives Slate creek Squire anyfthing to shock him so much in his life and he deeply deplores t1 accident but says he feels that he was in no wise to blame as it was ono of those unaccountable occur ronces Ho was returning from Louisville where ho wont as rep resentative of Mizpnh lodge No f 07 K it A MI to the grand lodge I null with the exception of this sadI tlljonbloopleasant lJohn Pieratt will today Thurs 1lay go to hoe City and put Pie 1Hutt Lodge A it 1 M1 t work un der tho charter Sinee its organ ization it hits been working undo a dispensation and the grandI master empowers Bro Pieratt too act in his stunt tto inaugurate the lodge under the charter He will1 stay over night and instruct thom in tho work Tho lodgewas named for him and he organized it undo tho d iHplJl lIt inn W R SMITHS COMMERCIAL COLLEGE LEXINGTON KY Is The Placo to Kducato for Profit tc Go a Llvluo anti Become Useful Citizens- A good education1 is niivsusiry t make our children ilillutlit ill in the world It is an imperishable capital a grand legacy that willI last as long as lifo exists Xo young man should vonture iins business for himself or attempt tto take charge of anothers withullt business training Prof Wilbur R Smith 1m luen to well known president of the Commercial College of Kentucky University Lexington Ky for 251 years during which time he has ed ucated thousands of young people for positionH of honor and trust His graduates are ttll be found in nigh salaried positions all over this broad land Prof Smith IImltII1 I specialty of imparting to young practicileeducation an bookkeeping short hand and typewriting etc He hits boon connected with various clpucithils1nl bank and adjutant generallluKentucky Ho now duvotes his 1vholu timo to his college work This responsible and iinfluential college watches tho interest of its pupils Situations are secured by hun soarIhoyr bftho IKentucky University under soul u5Xifpeople Its society has always hosIpitublo and cultivated It is tho wary place for young people to at tend college during the summer arid fall At no limo in the history of the entire country has there boon such tarnetool women Tho south is richer lomIfactories era going up and new capital coming from the North and IEast I conIelusion wo refer you to Prof Smiths advertisement in this pa por Ho will gladly send you full collogohyRSmithFoe SJrA scholarship in tho KontuckyUuivorstty at this office some young man can save several dollars tf I NOTICE Ton wham It urn soarer Thia warning All oho 111 r tot I or uecnuut III tar name In not curried with me lbOth J notes tutu ncrounl in the linmU Of findold the coca of the marl You can settle wlthi o cheaper than with them 80 Quern 1 le I tKdve uminllnj JOHKIMI c IYKISJ ioaa 1 GCHAS fL Ptnis j1 CASH PRODUCE BUYERS j Camet 1 Butterji 204 DUANE STREET I r VWEW YORK I Write for Our Present Paying Prices j PUBLIC SALE at SufiUIfian 7 FarIllS I 01 20thII prcuiiicH two enroll places near the northern thelollI 7Seven Acres ol Lniul The otlur is the Ed Sutherland jilncc adjoining with Tweatr t 20 Acne of Land Thin newhouseThey will bo nltllfirst 1IIIrllllRIIII then willbringI J JainStreet 9 5 prospective purchasers J SCOTT RENICK j IS21 SYo tom 1YII SnBriffs Sale rfor i1Hy virtue ul tnxisdiu the SliciiUof Wolfo couniy lor years Ilxsitjit t Cltl1I uillin Momla derhcni 4 oclock p III at the court house door in hit town of Campion KtXIH to public realfsz ucctt uiiry to natltfy the taxeMind contn tomb District No 9Year IIOO n IK jib Uxuu 3li iicrcM ot land iiiilueati IVxautl cost JltUS District Nn 3Yenr li Cl X II iy F Honiaii tan Here of Iwiid unlocatcO TM and rust i tIT Dihlrict No 91rar IfM I1 A Link UItIC acres oft land mloeatcd Tux utd cost fSJW District No 91var 1000 Mlinlll Tul- I smut hill acres sit land nnlocalid Tux and ext S rI- IJjlrill No tcur IWO Vm Sullon ICUtKres ol land unluvutid Tm nnd cost 507 F District Xo lISWlPlO Ci W lUotb 1 115 acres sit land adjoining liuuN efClar ri iiida Whitman Tax and eon JM7 7 District No dII OS HIH IMt Icuelltn Ililths heirs 813 of KM derm of Iniul lidii joining lands ol Kilns Kcynoldk Tux IImlI cost 8711 District No I1 Your IliOO lP ChilnooJ OH acres of loud adjoining luiuU of Lath 1ondern Tax nlllllmt th59 District1 No 1 Ltenr 1100 Neal Moorf lOll acres ol land adjolnitrx lauds of D F 11111uz and next 330 A TI COMUS S W C District No 2 YcnrRlWMfl One town lot in HHXC Uirtcn listed in the miuo OrY Nlmrod L Ware Tax andcost1093 A T lOMItS H tV C fly II V PirltAIT 1 n8 a 1lNlfI IJ 1ONLY I 1 1 ONE DOLLAR j Less Wan a cent a day y j TH HORNING HERALD of Lexington Ky i i The Great Newspaper of A the Blue Grass Most Ably Edited Pa y rI IThein the South I la From Now J Till December II Send Your Name and Your Dopey NOW Y S siOii1 jj- r HERALD I JU rlLrart O IS iltu E 11lwST Rud tUo clwakeK r 4- rs 1- i t 11 I E r jt PIl n Constipation Headache Biliousness I1I Jndigestion Heartburn Dizziness Indicate that your liver Is out of order Tim best ruccllelno to rouso tho liver and euro nil those Ills IIs found I- nffood s Pillsf I US cent Sold by nU llcluo denl- erdFHEr NEPAL I = AX FARM JOURNAL From now to Deo 10O3 great Nearly 5 Yoam I By special arrangement rondo with tIll publishers of tho FARM OUUNAI wo lire tumbled to olTor hat pnpor to uviry Ruuserihor who for TIIK IIKKALD ono yearpays nhoad for only 100 both pnpora for tho price of ours only jour pa and the FIt 1 Touiiono yourper until DocomborNAL front now 1003 mmrly 5 yours Tho FAHM JOURNAL is tin out established pa per enjoying grunt Popularity out of tho bust and most useful farm papers published This offer Hhould bo accepted without delay Honry Pioratt nil wif paid Campion a Hying visit on Monday Ilast JIf Day sold to W C Coldiron two horlo3 and a road wagon prico private Mins Clarke hong atlondod tho cnmpmooting at Walnut Grove the past work Quito a numhur from this place nttondod time funeral sen icon on Grnssy Sunday William Patrick and daughter of Johnson fork of Licking were hero on Monday shopping and trad ing Tho pnintorpoet Sam Wilson pnckod his kit anti loft Tuesday morning for Krenchburg Monefco county Mr Wilson expects to bo absent several eckn hoary Iioratt null wife accom panied by their little Pots Bruce visited Campion Monday ns guests of Mrs 1ioratts father S S Combs of the Combs I louse White McUin and wife and1 child of HOSt 11 illn visited his broth or K J MLiu tad family of Una plnoe from Thursday I11 ing lust until Monday morning Mrs Lulu ICash who has boon sick for a weok or so iis reported 1ns much improved tout her little daughter Dolly who was threat ened with foyer is well again Mr and Mrs Daniel James and little son Koy who have been visiting relatives full friends in this port of Kentucky for the past i month loft horo Monday for their homo in Illinois MI For tho Snko of Fun Mlwhlcf IIt Done A snst nniomitof inlxchluf iIn done too i bccatixu in iilunvirlcot tii ki tithilrllMNl punt This mlnehlof furtunntoly tuny lit unilono lby- thel faithful uso of hood Siirmipiirlllw Hoods Pills cure HviTlllH Son Irrtatluc r Hob Carroll hUH accepted a posi tion as deputy shorilV under A T Combs vico Dave Rose resigned and has UJSIH territory to opor ate in Bob is to bo congratulated r npon his good fortune in securing tho appointment but no more so than Mr Combs in tendering it fts they will find it mutually sat i isfactory t ti A iYOt1 113Loading of Eastern Kentucky Offloes AenttyvllloandJucklou r b + yry UnIting Hlmsell I New Home Sundaymorningl tolooktotltoplace Bush ton is a plnco of eomo importance and n population of 1200or prosoutono of thoso contemplating change of rosidonco has boon in correspond with proposoQthopersonal property Dr Nickoll thinks from the facts ho has been ablo to garner that tho plnco will oflor him n good opening for tho practice of his profession and is there ontlmthero would regret to BOO ho and his most estimable wife end inter esting family move away ho has migrnlollfrom probnbilityisvorably ho will locate there bo tweon now and spring Dr Nickoll has boon practicing medicine at Hazel Grown for tho past five years in which time ho has built up n unfortunatolyho practice in truck and turn over to a large extent Much of it is gratuitous and tho little cash that ho is able to corral by no moans mewls tho needs of his family of self wife anti five children Honco the contemplated move Ho likes the people hero is a native of Lid joining county and would not think of going under any other circumstance Daniel and Klza James Master Foy Mrs Danl James and Minnie1 140Dny spent Saturday and Sun Britlgpllltyetc at hold places and mot with uxpuriOnCltiA andlelightfmil Dont Get ThinGet fat get nice and plump i there is safety in plumpness Summer has tried your foodworks winter is coming to try your breathmill Fall is the time to brace yourself lint weather is tricky look out I Lookout for colds cspcc Tally Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the subtlest of helps It is food the easiest food in the world it is more than food it helps you digest your food and get more nutri ment from it Dont get thin there is safety in plumpness Man woman andchild U you Imvt nut tried It scudI for free sample Its agreeable taste will Mirprisc you SCOTT ft IIOWNJt Chcuiltts COt Pearl Street sew tollsoc auJ Jtw amt druggist Marion Tolivor who was sen tenced to the penitentiary for live yours for killing Weed Halll at the last term of tho Wolfe circuit court has beon pardoned bv Gov Hockham and is now enjoying his freedom with his family Ho ro ceived his pardon while conllnod in jail at Cnmpton pending an ap peal Judge Uudwmo who tried tho Cast Commonwealths At torney Byrd who prosecuted and tho trial jury all signed the peti lion for pardon Harris Higgins colored has sold hishouse and lotat Daysboro to Joe Uobards for 150 cash The placo contains about two acres of ground with a fairly good dwelling good- titoll1Sc11111 is considered quito a bargain at tho prico Higgins and his family will remove to Bath county in tho sumo neigh borhood where Taylor South col ored who formerly lived horo is now located Tho contest botwoon Brock Little and John Tyler as to who is tho nominoo of Him democratic party for jailor in this cninty was Bottled on Monday in favor of Littlo by a unanimous voto of the committee Ills majority was 21- k A SHOT DEAD IN HIS TRACKS 0111 One ol the Contractors at Casey Tunnel lUll a Foreman Nailed ONeil and Corpse Is Robbed A man named ONoil n fore man under Dooreot Gill contractors at tho Canoy tunnel was oVOmitnglastthorn are that Gill and ONoil had some trouble n short time since when Gill fired ONoil since which the lattor has made throats against former On Tuesday oven ing as Gill was going from tho commissary to tho boarding shack ONoil followed him Gill halted and when ONoil walked up he asked Gilllf I were to cull you n fl what would you dos re peating tho question two or throe times Gill ropliod that he did intorrogatoryONoil pushedONeillatter attempted to shoot Gill was too quick for him however and shot ONeil under tho loft eye killing him instantly In ten minutes after ONoil was killed itI is said that ho was robbed of his money and pistol On his watch chain in lion of a charm ho had a 20 gold piece which went with tho rest People t who wore Presort say that loll broke loose nod a mob reigned supromo Jim Sebas tian deputy sheriff arrested Gill and took him to Pinhook under guard where it is presumed ho had his examining trial tho result of which wo have not learned Had Hor Log Broken Just as she was starting to hor schoolon Monday morning lust Miss Millie Evans had tho mistor tune to ho thrown from her horse breaking her leg below tho knee Dr Taulbee was at onco summon ed and with the assistance of his son Edward and Willie lash ro ducod the fracture She was suffering so intensly that thlly had to administer chloroform but she is null rusting easy The break was I just above the ankle joint Her sister Lulu took hor placo as teach lor of the Hollis Gibbs school on Monday und was relieved Tuesday by Ova Swango who will continue to touch until Miss hi ii Iii is sulli ciontly recovered to resume her du ties She is a great favorite with the people of Haol Green indeed with all who know her and she has tho sympathy of all in hor misfortune hater Since the above was in typo it is learned that dlI r Swango did not touch School was dismissed until Vise Evans recovers Henry Iioratt and family at tended mooting at Limo Greasy church on lUackwator on Sunday and incidentally Henry was hoard to remark that it was tho first time he had beon to church for six years Ho felt KO good while at tho mooting that it is said ho an nounced his determination of attending regularly hereafter and his frionds aro somowhat hopeful for him Hisexample ifomuiatod will load to much good thorn is a big campmooting in progress at Bethel church in this county under the auspices of tho Congrogationalists Frank Bren noman and Ed Taulboo who at tended the mooting on Sunday say there was a good congregation and fairly good ordor notwitslanding the horse trader was largely in evidence VICKKII ir IN OIMI oincJt If Iulioultl Ikiss you dourestI Pray lull me what yoiiM d o Would you worn tho love I hunt HUomlnuM fur you If this eitiorgoncy should arise Would you that lovu oras In pluintlltones fchc dimply Bald Id ititiut It fivjo to free There will bo a grand democratic roily and parade at Cnmpton Fri day November 2nd Hon James IDBlack will address the citizens on the issue of time day All voters regardless of party nro invited to bo present ana hoar this able or ator The academy of tills place is nourishing now scholars urn enrolling every week If it continuos- to guilt in the futuroas in Limo past- it will bo tho loading school of tho mountains BEST should bo your aim THE buying medicine Got i Hoods SaroapnrJUa and htivo tho I Mst incaiolno MONEY CAN BUY 34 rd A1 r hrI L d CI MethcMoiVICIuISI t gentlemans place of business you impress that individual as being of some importance If you arc in tho society of the gentler sex and better dressed than others in the crowd you are nt once the favorite People who dress better tlmn others in this community have their clothing made by tho GLOBflzeTAILORINGCOMPANYC LOUISVILLE KY IFora suit Satisfaction guaranteed fir w t r vFrv 1 i r Z tt = = = tV l JJ J i H C ROBINSON tbllBEATTYVILLEI KY I ilt GENERAL SALESMAN OILii BfiJ 1UJGU3DS r VOo MANUFACTURERS OFi111 IIIpl t IllLOUISVILLE KY fiI Solicits your trade and an order by mail will receive his IplI1 itlprOlllp attentioni and render you entire satisfaction i i umn1iitIiEntiNS l rov F1 Tritutk x Jlntnndsntthchcndofnll vctcrinnrv remedies Suchtroubles Jns tipnviiis Curbs VlndpnflV Kplint Hunches hnvo no f terrors for n hone if the master keen and uppHca Quinn la Ointment All well known horsemen npcnk of it in the highest terms ilelPrIhroflatell4IlnrntltWtunn1l l I filly rHmmeIIII tauur IrUiul 1uttu1ipllnlMprlnutIluuohrltI 1 eflusqul Price 150 Smaller size Soc Sold by till druggists or Rent by utniltW 0 EDDY A CO WHITEHALL N Y i SS ZWKfWVSMPP nQelr fKifiMh t+7fl KZ L111r t IlI w- IrI I 1 BIGGlE BOOKS A Farm Library of unequalled Tame Practical Upto lalc Concise nnd Comprehensive Hnntl toracly rrlutcd and Beautifully illustrated By JACOB BIQQL12 9 NO iniaatn HORSE nOOK Allatmut horsen SeucTrcatlsewith onr r 74 IlluiUullotu i r itatulnrtl work 1rlcc jo CcuU No 2UiaOLB D6RRV BOOK All about growing Humll 1rultt trail end learn how t + co lnlni4cnloi mite llkerrptabietlouufstileIHatt varieties nutl btu other Illuiltitloni IT Ice jo Ccut No aBiaam POULTRY nOOK ti All nhotit Joultry i the lint 1otiltry look In cslitrnre L tctlicTcrytliliiK i 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Aj 4 rails UV111lyAN11Al1 1 1U1IUI1 lUilliAl Tl En IN AIL CASES T Sumo two mouths ego 11 F Pie rntt lost a bundle containing u brown cloth overcoat two suits of uiulorwoar necktie yf botwoon High Falls nnd tho residence of Qrnnvillo Evans Tho finder will bo liboraly rewarded by leaving tho bundle at II V Iioratts store or this office tf tfijrOhostor White Is agent for tho Home Steam Laundry of Mt Sterling ami will rend his basket every two woof Shirt iVllarBi nnI etc laundered in tho best It yletf I Ic A LYNCH nrittm IrJ TRorABHER BARNES J COa Wholesale Dry Goods KoliIout11rasroNw VA i i 1 Solicit n llliro of your patreM 11id nika you to hold na order forkl lseri HAlotrarhteot1 i I tlCWKA1tlll 1 tLUI Qqt tllU tale Nt N tM + rri MeJ 0 1 l ayAX Ltir i 04j W 7 P 4 I n a 1SlAND MR YERKES I And Aiisvar the Following Twentytwo Questionsr rJAtWWch Tlmo tho Peoplo of Kentucky Arc Preparad to Propound Yot t Othons lor Your Word 1 If you nro elected governor will you before the trial of any of the persons now Imitated for bolng nooo + nrjr to the 1111 filer I of Oov Ooebul pimln any of them I 2 If they ore UIIld mitt r trial will you then pardon tiny of them 811 Taylor nil It Pinky urn iitlll fuijlllveii will you Issuo u roQulnition for tlielrntirc hcnslon 1 4 Do you approve the conduct of Oov Mount of Indiana in refusing to honor tho requisition of Oov Itcckhnni for the arrest oJTnylorftril Flumes C Hnvo you ever In pulilloorprlrntc eon venation condemned thu atMMlmitloii of Uoubel except upon the ground that ItII might injure the Cepuhltean party 0 Wer4 you present nt thu secret Gnlt 01111vlUctragedy nt Frankfort 7 If you answer yes to the last question niyou undoubtedly must answer then you will be further naked ll you udvocatud or approved n proposition to bring the mob taut fcudlst to Kninkloit to murder overnwa Uoubol or the lIpjjWatun orII If do not then8 you answer you you will bo nuked why you diil not as n dear lover of civil liberty thnt mime sweet civil liberty your platform and mump or ntors prate so much about why you did not as u lover of liberty nud law expose lidII mg ItIulIhlC1lnU IardiithctloalI Wo trust you will not endeavor to excusu yourself on the ground that you wuro in another part of tho largo room and Unit you were ntlllctod with the KIIIIIU sort of binning that caused Mr Illalnc to niUiimlerstnnd llro Ihirchard and that your impurlvul understanding was that the awm siiis wuro to be brought only to protect the civil liberties of everybody nail not for murder U Do you approve the not Jof Taylor In refining to allow the civil ntithorlticH to search time executive building for time murd crers of Uoebol 7 10 Do yon approve Taylors aet in driving mho members olthc legislature run tho State Iljuee with soldiers 11 Do you approve his ant in driving the legislature at the pout ot time bayonet from the court house and other public places In rnuikfurl when it endeavored to as semble 11 Do you approve his act In ordering hU soldiers to chase the meinlieiM oftholegls mature through the street of Frankfort 13 Do you approve Irma not in itiartering soldiers and armed bodies of mountaineers in the public buildings at Frankfort with onion to them to minis no one tocos tto theta without a pass from him or the adju taut general M Do you approve his net in driving the judges of the Court of Appeals Irom Frank fort by converting the state enpltnl Into mllltnry barracks t 15 Do you approve his act III refusing to obey the writ of habeas corpus id Do you approve his course now in re uinlnlng III Indium a fugitive from justice 17 Do you bellevo ho mciint to He or tho truth when ha publicly scatted that IftollII dieted ho would never becoaio n fugitive from jnstlio but would return to Kentucky and htand trial 18 Do you think he ought to return to Kentucky now to stand his trial 10 If you are elected governor will you obey the constitution and lawn of tho state 1 20 Do you believe the constitution of tho United States IsI thu supreme law of the laud Jl1 Do you believe that the following is n correct quotation of Subsection 2 Section 2 Article IV constitution of time U ShAny person charged in anysbtte with trenson felony or any other crime who shall lien from justice and bo found in another stats shall on demand of the executive authority of tho state front which hi tied IIP given Ito be removed to the state having jurisdic tion of the crime 1 22 If tills be correct quotation hIlltl you tu n member of the republican conven Icon at Philadelphia nt n mooting of time Kentucky delegation of republicans up prove n resolution commending mum prams tug Roy Mount of Indiana fur daliberately violating this Ilaw Time arc a few only n sample of the in quiries which the people ol the state will ask you to answer You ore n courteous gentleman and will no doubt oblige thou by till and shall we snv 1 it 7 satllkctory nnswersl1 V Walton in Stouftml Jour sal Ifyour hori or mule hasix lump hunch bono spavino curb splint or any liko nilmont go to John M Koso ixwl get tv bottle of Quinns Ointment which will ro uiovo tho obstacle tf nico11bundriodAt should cull on Kobort Cord agent c c for tho Lexington Stoam Laundry tho work of which is superior to j thnt of any laundry in tho state tf Copies of title paper may be found on file ratthe ofllca of our Washington correspond cent E 0 Sltrgors 013 F Street N W WMutofton D C I I 11 1 1 t 5 r M L top j7 N Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vIgor by fifty one r have at and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out order or diseasedKidney trouble has prevalentthtI for a child to bo born afflicted with weak kid neys if tho child urin ates tOO often If the urine scalds the fleshor If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage Ills yet afflicted with bed welting depend upon It the cause the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment unpleasanttroubleKidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with Kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot Is soon realized It Is sold druggists in cent and dollar sizes You may sample bottle by mall of of of free nlso pamphlet tell nome of sAuretux t lag nil about it Including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer tit Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper 1YUnrTho now timotnblo wont into offoct lust Sunday October lslI Tho trains will run us follow toils oxcopt Sunday Irnvi Lexington 7t n in a4 2110 p in Arrive 101A a in II u 510II m- Lenvo JacliNon II1 25 a m 1 120 p III rrhoIt llUOa m II II OOOp m John M Roso is just in receipt of tho finest lino of penis rondy to wiar clothing ihHiiling over COlts of several qualities null the latest stv1ostthat was ever dig played in Hazel CJroon a descrip tion of which will appear in his ad next week Look for it Willie Caskuy ropivsouting the wholsnlo hoot and shun houuo of Roberts it Ilogo Richmond Vnl was interviuwing our im rchnnt l yesterday and sold W T Caakey a nice bill Why send away from hoim for pianoes organs sowin nitichines buggiosGc tvhen wo con anti will save you inonoy and goods will bo tirst class11t soil direct from factories and save you tho jobbers profit which is always big enough Wo will repair your sowiugma chinos watches clicks itc in first class sly In and at reasonable prices Wo cult astonish you in prices on finn bibles picture frames watches jewelry otct oct Kindly solicit tog the patroimgo of Wolf and surrounding couties Mail orders shall hav special attention When answering this advertisement say you saw it in tho IlAzrt GKKBN IlKitAM I am Very truly J1 GKVKDO- Nfltf limit lC5roeni TO TIII UHI+ A sick Indy cured of her doafno ii mill noises in tho head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to hit institute HO thnt leaf people unable to procure the ICar Ortints may have them tl free Address No HSli Time Nicholson Institute iSO Eighth Avenue NewYork 1 lly AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TIm To1eo marl TOLEDO OH OIl Circulation I 173000 II Tin Great National Vckly Newspaper of AmeriiM Time only Weekly edited tx uressly lor every strttt+ and territory The Nave ot time WorM mil nrrm KOCt hint busy 1nwpio can more easily comprehend then by reading euuibcMjoine columns of ilnllle All current totiloo nindo plain in eeh issn0- by special oil torl1 matter written trom iueeptlon down to date The only paper published oapoclnlly f r peopio who do not rend dailf inswspipprs mid yet thirst for lIelSllIloriWceklv lllade now ban over 17S000 yearly subscribers and is clrculnted in all parts ot the United states In addition to time new Tho UUdo publishes short and serial storle nnd iuauy departments or matter suited to every member of the family Only ONE DOLLAU A YEAR fOP Write forBpeclinen copy Address THE BLADE 17U TOLEDO 01110 L tr iU i ij erg TIto latast Winter Bytes TRIMMEI AND- UNTRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS v c which arc of tho latest patterns nnil up to late in nil respect The Indies o Harel Green nnd vicinity are requested to call nnd examine 0 my stock DRESS MAKING In connection with my MILLINKUY1 STORE I have II Hno of dress trim mill 4 including shirt wnists shirt waisti Kooil etc etc mind nm prepared to fit mind innke dresses in the latest styles and do nil kinds of sewing In Initli departments I am prepared tr sell very cheap iiiui guarantee jmtUfm1 lion Iin nil cases MRS F N DAY m 5 L i fIfMTMI ONLY WHITE TAR SOAP i l IN THE WORLD Sr1pIs nnd sullied IUets panel piiperiTtoihe cM black tar soaps In every way I contriM + J and Irl nil the flic rthea1inltII swap + with entire freedom from their obJec lu naljfc features II soils neither towel nor wash bowl for Its lahir llunoxv white It lathers In JJar l or soft water far more rrcly than other tar unapt and belni 100 per cant pure outlasts any of the tilled caps of equal sire- itcontatns much marc glycerine than other roarw anti this together with its soft thick lather ake Ita kimm In theTmnnj IIhilmpKI s11treatment of fckln cali and hair diseases IIn rIdcasr + mil dandruff scald head tall jrecommendedj + 2nd in caws of chafe cr heat rash the soap b tit ahay cilicaclouj- j f j Il8kyour dealer for it MANUFACTURED BY 7- sCLINTONs SOAP Ode CLINTON IOWA Lexington and Eastern Railway Tlmo Tablo In Efioct Mar i0 1SOO EAST BOUND oj o LI NoI 2 311TIONS Immily cx Daily ex Suntimty1 Sunday 11i lye PM Ive 1111Aput11iuchester1 I poiiiI pmludanparlayi stn9tmluton stn1uudeuput1Ilsoimji I I 1 punNatI pm1trrtntputltenttyvupwTallegmt stnJseksonWEST BOUND I INoI 1 STATIONS Dally ex 03 Stimiay Dally Jsrkson 0 25 am 1 L5 pm put1ailegnsumIteattyvcpmTorrent1 I pmNatI pmItumdeeI stnlilsomiI Stanton S 13 am J 30 pm City City S 12 am 4 3D pm Indian 1111 S 51 nm 1 51I pm LA I lunen S0 US am 5 OS pit pitAtnnI Lcximm ton 10 15 am G 05 pm MuutgerHAS = clltII CIVESS1EGTh II It Aim vlno L U I or Daz s Jl A1iFIlt Toe r i j iHvuvr usertiM br ror Eftri ll and AIIInW s nine to o Tcar U b iitTrin antutsi avt rrisl soeirtIttntullteitwu luntad that v i wll tillr ra + or the iM f t T fTho liint uredtheft aouarhs win 11t1Il eau httmfortM them oWIft moot and tJtk1 t1- It rri tWm KrvttUMt tron raru U un + en c rags lifo Rn1 tiv lit1 ttt ntwrr I- Id 1hn eowtjnt M Ktcctrt AlTlancn ttmMIntattfnfrunaver 4 t urr rioiniwtlinUiikucbpKIimjr Imubln sly I + rlt mttkm Sror trnr q 11 iwor otI ollt C u JtIttt Mild Lo rUi ii Y tlft Ut La1w r IIIt ubuf- rt r 1 11 F01 tlO D p in 11 +dtatl Ntle t hrf Iuehcnnrtin- elaito ttottq1lTR1ti Wrltn 1t 1II111tAd 1am tletuittlrehw ncesmrlmoe 4+ Umtrutr Scot tree in plan WUFU anvluic PRUF IRYHTAL Ihrt ir 1131 ctuLluu UllIk wLl11 tIll1 ocT LiD1OUSErc YW Louis Gus StrBlJUS LJ YJTGT01= No 1 s NO ADVANCE m PRiCES = HO fiDVft CE iH ES- IIVortil I l 4 O r FiuB CiQihIllr AT TEE OLD PR S Goods have advanced 50 per cent but J you can have them at the old pricesiJ Beautiful Suits at 500 1 Other Dealers ask 1000 I i Ppniitifn ftfQii WnrQiPit R nnSUIts atliUDlillluil iJAiiy bKUiululi UtUU Other Dealers ask 1000 k Beautiful line of Boys and Childrens Clothing We1 will save you 40 per sent Largest in the statewWhen you cone to Lexington make our storet your headquarters LDUIS 5 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KYIrail Orders Filled Promptly m fin Orator paks witt Qraee only win ilis clothes sit him iGracefully bIIIv You will never foci that way It you wear clothes made by Ros 0 Company f best ft the known Chicago Tailors A suit oroOvercoat inndo by them will FIT YOtK FKAMK Conn1 in and pick out the goods yourself from the llnest line of uninpUH you ever stay You will win sure if you have on one of these suits The Fit mind time itiullty are there What more ell you want If the price in right We will see to THAT mid you will get more piitiufnction than you ever hail before IF YOU COME EARLY you will get n shade time boot of It so do 0 nut delay ir V1SAMPLtS DISPLAYED DY SOLE AGiNTS Lo CJ S JE 9 HAZEL GREEN KY Ih h fjI11A 11Sr Iii ItII 0tfE Sp i I have just rocoivod tho finest lino and greatest variety of LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS iSHOES tnvr brought to the mountains mid having bought them before the recent rise in leather I am prepared to save my customers money on every purchase they make i want the Indies especially to examine my stock For tho price I can show thorn n fronllnco shoo that is ft vorJ beator It is i11deeda beauty and to tho touch makes ono feel that tho stockHcspoct 11 ROSE N t 1jl fJmJJmtdotJi0 Gl 5t l MG1O V Roferenc Award cat two worlds tx tnclod t ernore1f88enstonRoI U 1ntDlttlincMsnntctnrlnesndnlherentrrprlsretnughtalOIIustne At1 1 atone rnIDrb1t JCommercial Law uful AIi lhancjjrauhyTipwrltingTrlegraphybsrerpeetsldepsrtmcntesndt achen No usttom 65 glarynto W1 1 ora IIU1I blplorlla Itnlfr seal sarded oor Ifta cl cbotcsadKYDimYur nqt MeA w atdeeu cI 41 QUaJqnd k U