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Digital page images are linked to the text file. hIEITIAZF3L J bREEN HERALDh ORellhr tI SIXTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 2 1901 NUMBER 48 I pansyI4 nnd COOIKU K lltor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mountains 109 aTKAR ht eiknw1c t CLARENDON HOTEL nAH I DENNIS J HICKEY Proprietor ljfO21 NOHTII LIMESTONE STREIiT I LEXINGTON KY I Bond it Lillard Old Barton Push and 1880 H C Bowen WHISKIES J fSTMARTIN SON y yIEAIEitS IN ANDERSON COUNTY v 1 WHISKEY t WINE BEER CIGARS TOBACCO f No 46 VIXK ST1tI lIT i LEXINGTON KY s 3rThc proprietors are mountain men t Hill Martins their and mountaineers make headquarters for toCl lIt whiskey a I ht ntt E T CRAVES No 8 NOHTII LIMKSTOXK STREET J LEXINGTON KY Wlnos Liquors and Cigars t f ROSES WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND- WAGONMAKERS HAZEL GREEN KY rrnito tho attention of the t farmers of this vi- cinityt to their im proved facilities for blacksmithing ruts wngoninakmg as well as repair work of all kinds 1 A full force of first class mechanics- I I promptness in time execution of r satisfacrI Buggy building wagon our specialties Your patronage iis re epcctfully solicited and will be duly ap predated Respectfully c ROSE WHEELER 1 wF BAKER lIvaitiimrturM liiirlioiirvllln HI 4- luanrslarrva iBionarnsOn BIOS SnOB GO I Nashville Tenn Manufacturers anil Jobbers of STAPLK and ITSTOM SHOES curries a full line of amjles and solicits your trade 8ly r Ti1slANTEDIltliabio man for Manager of Branch tITico wo wish to open in this vicm f ity If your record is 0K hero is your opportunity Kindly give I good roforonco when writing THE A T MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE CINCINNATI OHIO t Illustrated catalog 4P stamps IKE HARTFIELDI IluiulqunrUirN Mt StorlluK Ky UKPIUW- KST8CUCCENHEIMER Co i LYNCIIHURG VA i Importers and Jobbers of Dry Gonds No wnnufnetmireaIt well kllowlIII nEAfSAII Overalls Hold your orders until you set him BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES 0 SPRING 1001 0 I Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Roses Grapes Small fruits As ljragus Rhubarb and everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Prices right SNo AGENTS nwiLOVKD and rock bottom to the actual planter Catalogue Hon application to H+ F HILLENMEYER L LEXINGTON KY ES DpT 10tl HEAIRLnVelopeeYOUR lj f COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0iYToinsure insertion AM corns byMondaythat nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in dut and we want to say that henceforth they willnot receive papers except for the week they have news letters We nr dependent upon them for the news an when they fail to send in their favorsI they put us to great inconvenience For fine Photon rnplts come to Taylors gallery at Hazel Green SUNNY SIDE toIllsI nightlaltSam and Ely Kash visited their Still water home Friday Dan went too Miss Loula Tnulbee who has been on tho sick list for some days wns able to come down and take her music Friday George Brooks of Stillwatcr had tire mifortune to lose his only horse a few days ago We regret this for George ii- a is hard working man and has a large fam ilyMisses Mnttie Cope and Corda Bren ncman of the Hazel Green academy passed through here Friday en route to Hrealhitt county to visit Miss Copes parentsMisses May and Elsy Nickell and Mrs Fairchild of Leo City passed through here last week on their way to Hazel Green and while there called on Mrs F N Day to get their spring hats Noah Cisco and Henry Ward of tho Taulbee Heights rondo n business trip to Torrent last week and took aIISample which was n fair specimen of Lacy creek N BThe above means Steven Sample Once upon a time when your writer WMM quite small wo went to gather route wilJ flowers and tok our dog along and all at once ho began to bark at something in an old hollow stump mud wo ran to see what it was as quick as wo could and on looking down in the dark hollow we could see shining eyes andI mouths wide open We were most scared to death Our brother being in a field near by we yelled for him at the top of our voice to come to us as quick as lie could that we had found a nest of copper head snakes So he dropped his plow mind came to our assistance and just here I want to say that if ever a dog tried to talk in this world our dog did when our brother came Now what do you suppose it was It was an old oposum a regular old res identer with eight young ones nearly half grown What do you think wo did with them Well we will tell you We never could hear to see a mother of any kind in trouble so we begged our brother to not kill her children mud of course wo wanted tho old mother to live to raise them tuna he gave way to our childish whim timid turned them loose and from tho number of chickens wo have lost heI must have succeeded in raising them All this is a true story and another ono of our blunders April 80 Susn SONHKAM QILLMORE Riley Patrick of Stamper branch is retried to bo alllicted at present with smith pox Horn to the wife of Tildcn Banks on the 27lh inst a ten pound boy Wise llagins Dave Linden and Howard Little sold 120 fat hogs on Thursday to Win Swan go to be delivered by the last of Tune Hov Mr Hardimanof Meadow branch near Campton delivered an excellent sermon at Gillmore school house Sun day Mrs Sarah Belle Toliver who inns been alllicted for the last four years with her eyes is at present suffering more than ever- Married on tho 15th instat the brides parents George Little of Gillmore and Miss Malvery Gabbard of Breathitt Ilev John Banks officiating Thegroom is t05 and the bride 21 years old The creek in this section rose to tre mendous height on Friday Old resi dcnters claim that it surpassed anything they have seen for years However no damage has been reported up to date That oldtime farmer from a wayback Cesar Linden is no doubt the proudest man on tho creek as Uncle Sam has employed him 0 be postmaster of this place and we feel assured that he will discharge the duties of the office faith fully Sam Wilson the painter of Hazel Green is at work on tine large and commodious new residence of Iogot linden and said to be the largest and best built house on the creek Sam paid Cesar Lindon a visit on Sunday Linden of this creek who has roadbeenfor Pioratt Company reports that road is about half done Jim has threeweeksI anti there are no better tram road build ere than Jim nndMattieplca8antDcstst5undayDurinK ohearing voleywe us think sine stands without n rival April 30 OLD WKAIIY TOPICSdto his new farm in Mcnefco county Plowing nndcorn planting is the order of tho day What has become of all the candidates for representative Y Mill Lillie Evans of hazel preen passed through Toliver Monday Willie Sweeney was in Campton swat ping horses during circuit court Miss Addle Wills received a letter from pArts unknown Guess it was an April tool LackyJimCampion lust week Henry Stamper hindn gathering last week mud got plenty of work done wool picked and had a big turkey for dinner NoticeTo whom it ninny concern Sandfield church houses inns now arrived at a point where it must be finished or it willreturn back to the owner of tho land and now those who have contrib used and especially the building corn niittee are requested to meet rt Sandfield church Saturday May 11 1001 at 1 p m to devise some plan to finish the house n F BOIING Com April 30 SHINKK M B Taylor is now in Hazel Green making fine Photographs If you want lino Photos Como at once MORCAN COUNTYI MAYTOWN USSIVESI Clay Little passed through town Sun tiny 10111 Henry and wife were in town Sunday Robert Childers made a flying trip to Jericho Tuesday llrs Lillio Nickell rondo a flying trip to Hazel Green Friday AlortI Pieratt of Glencairn was in town Sunday Miss Lizzie Wilson left Monday morn ing for Hllth well Barney Blankcnship passed through town Sunday Mrs Lco Patrick is quite poorly with ihcumatim at this writing John Curtin whose illness was reported last week has recovered William Henry and wife of Greasy wero in town one day this week It A Childcrs was in Ezel Saturday shaking hands with his many friends Rev S J Adams preached an inter eating sermon at Big branch Sunday Villio Hill of Ezel was the pleasant guest of his cousins Robert and Charley Childers Sunday Miss Alma Swango of Hazel GreellII academy was calling on friends in town Saturday Misses Alice and Annie Little ofI Hickory Grove wore visiting in town WednesdayMiss Henry and Volnpy ickelljj wero seen out this way buggy riding Sun day evening Mrs Delcina Picratt of Greasy and Girlie Pieratt of this place visited tho family of Mr Hall Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Childcrs wero visiting their daughter Mrs Howard of Mcncfce Saturday and Sunday Henry Murphy and wife of Valeria and robe Childers mill wife took dinner with 11 A Childers amid family Sunday Mrs Sarah Wills invites the ladies to call and inspect her stock of millinery Sine now mason hand a nice lino of ladles hats trimmed and untrimmed also tics belts hat trimmings etc Cull and see themMarried on tine 25th at tho residence of So J Adams Chip Haulsoy and Miss Lizzie Henry daughter of J M Henry Rev S J Adams officiating The at tendnnts were Stephen Lawson and Miss Jennie Nickell They immediately reoI paired to tine homo of tine groom where a grand supper was given in honor of tine occasion May they live long and prosper is the wish of ye scribe Friday the 2Gth being T H Oakleys birthday a grand dinner was given at his residence near town in honor of Mr Oakley The table groaned under tho weight of good things anti all went away fooling that it was good to bo there Those who were present were J V Oakley and wife R A Cbildcre and family Rev S J Adams and wife Sarah Wills and little daughter Ruth JohnI Childers and wife M W Pieratt and J M Henry May Mr Oakloy and wife live to enjoy more happy birth day April 80 MILDRED If people only know what wo know about Kodol Dyspepsia Curo it would be used in nearly every household an there are few people who do not suffer catlnKbclcblngwnterbrash caused by indigestion or dys pepsin A preparation such as ICodol Dys pepsia Cure which with no aid from theI stomach will digest your food certainly cant help but do you goodH PlBKATT CONSOLATION CHAT Mrs T M Lee who inns been sick for improving Miss Ada Cecil who inns been quite sick for seine time but improving n this writing StvnngSprings Rev lHenry Adams is this week mov byNelseRobert Carpenter of Hazel Green passed through lucre Friday en route homo to visit his parents Miss Ellie Hyrd of Lower Grassy is visiting her grandparents Air and Mrs W J Vallaco this week Leo Perkins pawed through hero Sun day all smiles I guess it was because ho was going back to Hazel Green acad ems Yo scribe attended church at Grassy Lick Saturday mutt Sunday mud to say we enjoyed ourself would be speaking so highly of tine good people of that place April 30 KlNNlM I have been suffering from Dyspepsia for tine three years and have lawn unable after trying all preparations millI physicians to get any relief After taking our bottlo of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I found relief and am now in better health than I havo been for twenty years I eon not praise Kodol Dyspepsia Curo too highly thus writes Mrs 0 0 Roberts North Creek Ark H F PIKHATT I G0k5innumerable I F o tn0n rlCRALDf Hazel Green Acadaomy Alumni Associa Hon Tho following program will ho romlorcd at tho Hazol Green ncnd omy Wednesday evening Juno 5th by tho hazel Oreon Academy As sociation Class representation of 1815 YoungMenlountuIIIIIS M Nlekell 1800 HH I YoungWomen I MOlllltalusMlnnlc L Day 1897 Paper Four Characters of Hazel Green Academy II K OnoI 18S 1ssayOur Debt to the C W II 1ILou A MllxeyI limo Oration What We owe Our Acrid emy Noah CIeoI 1900 Oration Hazel Green Academy in the JlltllrcJohll It hays Alumni RecordLula M Kah- n KJlJU HII rRSTH NOAH Cisco Prcu LULA M KABII Sec mud Teens iOur little girl wits unconscious from strangulation during n sudden and terrible attack of croup I quickly secured n bottle of Ono Minute Cough Cure giv ing her three doses The croup was mast ered and our little darling speedily re covered So writes A L S afford Chester Mich H F1xi mttvr- WANTEDAu agent in every county in Eastern Kentucky to sell HustIlingI need apply and to thorn I can of 1 i fer specialI inducmonts Write toI J T GKVEDON 4243tf Hazol Green FOR SALEA scholarship in tho Commercial Collego of Kentucky University By early application at this office some young man can save several dollars tf a r 0 When you hnvo head ache oraSoldbylS imdHnioolylaulldried I tS agentforLaundrythethat of any laundry in tho state tf K Books Tea Want Fnmou Combo Recitations FIUIIOUH Dramatic Recitations The Minstrel Show ClairvoyancetModel nook of Dialogues tfArt of Ventriloquliin Magicooct Recitations Motuiern Entertainments mouerlolley l Jf1MIn Ills Steps Comedies mid Farcci The Complete Fortune Teller + humorous Dialogue rfHumorous Recitations Lessons In Shorthand Holme Detective Stories Lenin Rivers- Teurpestmud Sunshine 1rnetloul Poultry Keeper DoctorFlutey lPnuty1veryhodps RttleM uf All Junto East Lynne I June frcH- etrihullull Meadow Brook Orplsnnshorn Any book lee Any four books 25c With order for dollars aftamitainWMOHUJVlubJames t q RENEW AT ONCE 0 The time of several hundred of subscribers expired with our Issue of March 8th nnd since nnd we should like to hnvo them all renew at onto We intend to enlarge THE HERALD Il i Isltln1bel nycnr in ndvanco JJy renewing now you will save 35 tents and unable us the sooner to delayindrOpC1front fF RENEW AT ONCEenv DAY HOUSE fHAZEL GREEN KY N B OK A II AM PiioritiKTon This house has recently been rolurnliheil and renovated and under the presort man ngement will continue to iniilntiiln tho high reputation heretofore accorded it for home departmentrhoafford and the patronaBO of the publlo It re pcctluJlrIIl1l1cftml Sample rooms for Livery stable in connection where lioness and vehicle will have tho ben nllfttilnn iFBED J HElJIZ Manufacturing Jeweler Jj 135 E 3 near pato0losTLexington Ky A Poitsl Card wilt bring you air driFredlnfexBKtlon = it L r W Jl ITHEHERALD Editor i HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY May 2 1001 +rJtnnou gmgnT + For llriro iitiitv 5Ut IJUtrl- rtriIfTT W are nullmrizcd to nt jEAjLLt flounce JAMES H CECIL of Morgan countyI RII candidate fur Uvprc I tentative to the Lvirlnlntnre for Morgan ant 1 Wolfe countloM subject to the action of the Democratic party tonnlYJLUlvLvJtJI of Morgan county nil n cnmllilnto for Rep rciniUtive to tho LcpUlnture from Morgan anti Volfo counties subject to action of the Democratic party Anus wo url told that the tem porary bridge across tho Kentucky rivor has boon washed away and in consequence tho completion of tho Ohio and Kentucky railroad will1 moot with delay Hut undor tho supervision of Mason it Hogo who1 aro old railroad builders nil these obstacles will sooner or later bo overcome and tho railroad com pleted to tho Canny coal Holds There is ovary reason to hope that tho road will Lit in operation for passenger told freight trallic by August IHtinul possibly by tho 4thof July But supposo that iit will not ho in operation until tho first of September That would1 bo in ample timo to briig peopleI to our fnir nnd there is no reason why wo should not this your hold1 ono The people in this and L1 adjoining counties aro hungry for ono and should one be hold thisI your tho attendance would ho not loss thou 25 tf moro thou on any previous occasion oven without tho facilities afforded by tho railroad and thu ifacro11soYb- y reason of tho easy transportation it would afford would ho 2f tft more Inking into consideration tho fact that we have had no fair for three yoars past and the influx of peo plo wo could naturally depend up on by Hit inauguration of tho OhioI and 1 Kentucky railroad wo could roly upon an attendance of at least 5K000 people ovary day for four days The fair is a source of rev enue to our stores hotels etc and stockof every kind hits been wond orfully improved since ono was fIrst hold hero Hence wo think tho bost thing wo could possibly do would ho to hold a fair this y5or lhoro is plenty of timo tto workup tho mutter nnd wo 1 liopo some of our enterprising citi zoos will take tho matter in hand nt once Who will tnko tho load If wo can not socuro tho grounds horotoforo used otherarrangemoute can bo made Wo must have a fair seams to bo the opinion of most of tho mon with whom wo have talked nod tho sooner wo bogin to talk it up tho sooner wo insure its success Now is tho time WHKTHEU Dick Childors receives tho nomination or not thoro is ono thing that can not bo disputed Ho has certainly created more favorable comment in tho present campaign than any man wo over hoard of in so short n timo Sonic say Well Dick Childors is sure n t tvhatt you will Othors remark Dick 4Ohildors never had any experience in tho legislature but lies no bug iteator and lies rubbed up agains- p00110 t of tho world till ho knows titthillg or two F f Bitrnsn bonds sold at 9H and American bonds boaiug tho same Y rate of interest sold at 112 toll It the story of the war against tho r lfo tiny Uttle republics fJr 1 F- j Y JUDGE PERRY who is a cnndi date for thedemocratic nomina tion for tho legislature from this district addressed the pooplo of this plnco last Saturday evening dud entertained them for m hour with his nnnocdotes itc Ho made ono remark however which should ho recognized by whoever shall bo1 chosen to represent us and that i 51 to contend for bettor representa j lion Counties in other parts of tho state with loss population than Wolfo havo a representative and if the mountains but had their rights wo would haves represent alive without dividing flute with Morgan and bo able to secure bettor legislation Judgo Pony point ed out many ills that exist and thought with tho experience which three sessions gave him ho could do moro good than any one we could send without disparagement to tho other aspirants who how over had had no experience Ho talked very tlair about his oppt nonts for tho nomination but in 1sided that ho was the proper man to send and his remarks worn very favorably received which was ovi dencod by tho applause accorded him at till conclusion of his re marks KiMtoiK is waking itself up to ta concerted movement against tho United States its special com plaint being against tho dog in till manger policy that enforces till Monroe Doctrine against it in South America whilo acquiring territorial possessions in other I parts of tho world whore Europe I hits lung had oxclusivoI i control I l 0LOOKI1 back on tho weather fOl I the past two months wo may sa that tho ground hog would hnpI regained his damaged reputation as a prophot if ho had como out o fl his holo just a month litter than h did Nothing however can re store our lost faith in tho weather bureau man u lift state department showy its approval of Minister Loomis in a moft curious fashion At Presi lout Cnstros request it recalledI him and now grants him an in doli IIi to leave of enceivithou t salary If this is approval what is condemnation THK President will trout tho Cu ban delegates to a dinner just a ho treated tho Boor delegates to a sightof tho views from tho back windows of tho White House but as for tolling thorn anything that they want to knowwellyou know isoTIIKIIK is no use or souse innbUE ing Senator McLaurin for holding the ideas ho does on public sub jects Any man hash right to his opinions If Mr McLaurin is a convert to republicanism all right Only lot him say so frankly A CKUTAIN alleged count has boon arrested in Chicago charged with having some fifty odd wives Tho count however donios the soft impeachment declaring thn ho hits but ono wife and that ono is quite enough for him IK Toddy will not accompany Prosidont McKinloy on his western trip cant ho send Mr McKiuloy his rough rider uniform I T1ir1 A Ils and the D Hs havo locked horns again Mean while tho mon content themselves with plain Dns LontLnGrnllglGna frightful running sore on his log but writes that llucklons Arnica dnysForhost salvo in tho world Cure guar LyJS S Combs S Sou Campion A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL our next advertisement IIWatch rIFIHE The consumption of LION COFFEEhas increased immensely and this coffee is now used in millions of homes The busydelivering You will find no stale LION COFFEEon his shelves it sells too fast to grow stale Why Because it is an absolutely pure coffee Our sotto Strength Purity and Flavor Please bear in mind that Liol1Coffeeis not a glazed article it is not coatedwith egg mixtures or chcinicnls in order to give it a better appearance Wo do not need to resort to such measures we have no imperfections to hide In every package of LION COFFEE you will find 1 fully illustrated nnd descriptive list No housekeeper in last no woman man boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness comfort nnd convenience nnd which they may have by simply cutting out a certain number of Lion Heads from the wrappers of our one pound sealed packages lwhich is the only form in which this excellent coffee is sold WOOLSON SPICK CO TOLUOO OHIO I A SIRE FIRE I REftTEST SALEON RCORDII lieGreat Fire Sale Still Continuesm THOUSANDS MADE HAPPY-t Mens Suits at 250 3 4- s Mens Overcoats 2 3 and 4 40 Beautiful Raglan Overcoats at 850 Regular Prices 1516 and 18 Mens Corduroy Pants at 150 Worth 250 Good Kentucky Jeans Pants at 40c a pair Worth 125 which is half of the original price Boys Pants at lOc a pair Over 300 pair on hand Boys Suits at 49c 69c and 75c Great Bargains Boys Overcoats at 50c 1 2 and 3 Some of them cost us 10 Such values never offered at these beforetMackintoshes at 25c on the dollar All Colors and Grades 150 doz Fancy Percals Shirts at 23c each 40 doz 150tCrum Rushmore Star and Monarch Brands Best in the world Bargains in EvervDenartr nt fIi rI i cJC1IE IC5iET FIE1VI LOUIS CUS STRAUSAi LEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS WRICHARD SHRYOCK has charge of our Tailoring Department and he ii Lexington Only Cutt 17t c Constipation Headache Biliousness Heartburndigestion t llvtr- V 13 out of ony Tn j ht iinMiilrf to rm 4 J fill llvir uiul euro nil i these Ills Is found In HlJodPs Piiist nit trots Sold by nIl medicine dealers t III 1 a1 THEu HEMLD Fred Pay has boon skit tillS week and is confined to his room Miss Minnie Day paid Maytown Vfl flying visit on Tuesday last t Andy Lacy is clerking at T T Days store in tho absence of Fred is sicklDaywho v Circuit Court adjourned from r tFridnyuntil Tuesday morning of this week tho oldest son of Mr rrHrrnhl1 II F Pieratt has been for several days with the fever putOlltfI HuzelIe Some ono stole two sacks from y Landlord Grahama of tho Day i House und illod them with his corn some timo Monday night NERVOUS tniubles are cured ltdl mllJlilil tvlth hen riches andl ptifilien tho Mood It i 1111i lest iiicdiciiioI f nervous PEOPLE f On Sunday tho topics for ser moue at the Christian church wills bo Tin New Life in Christ at 1I11 o1t m and The New Covenant at 7 J15 p111 TO celt A COM t1 MJ IIAV I Y Take Lnxativo liroino Quinine Taltltts All lriiiiUtt refund money if it fail to cure 25c The genuine hay L IB tintIf each tablet A U Graham a Iftuling nur chant of Leo City was in town Monday and loft 1an order with ii TiiE HKKAIII ofiice for some sta tionery i todisido nut net properly DoWittV Lit f tlo Early Risers romovo tho cause of disease IL F PIKKATT Wlmn you have bead ache or I neuralgia ttry Tripheno Sold by S Snabs it Sons Campton and II F Pifratt hazel Greon Mary Swango and Sadio Wal deck two charming little ladies made n pleasant call the other i evening at Tin IiHnttn oflico i f Win Ferguson of Grassy crook lg1onxman has tho thanks oft the editor and his better aepftrlriilgo f By the outlook at present in this section of tho country there will be plonty of fruit the late snow storm did no material dam rage to tho budding of tho trees 4Ve are pleased to loarn that our Nelso Nickel who lives on I tho heights is so far recovered from his spellof sickness as to bo t ablo to be about again- DoWittsLittloEarl Hisorssearch t1 l tho remotest parts of tho bowols- and romovo tlt6 impurities speedily withno discomfort They aro fam ous for their eflicacy Easy to take i never gripo II F PIKUATT J T Graham and wife of Leo City passed through Hazel Green pn their wily homo from Mt Storl ing whoro they wont to buy a gen i oral stock of goods Mr Graham contemplates starting a now store at the Canoy tunnel p H 1 Pioratt informs us dint ho nag again employed Curt Quiet l8all as salesman in his store at this place This will be good rows vto tho customers of tho store nil of whom like Curt and like to Undo with him nnd Mr Pio ntt Iii to to- congratulateI in SCUrilg his services Curt was with tllatsturo so long that ho got to bo a fixturo and ntimato association mrdo him ac Wiaiutod with every detail of tho Business TUB HRBUD bids him Welcome and hopes that as of old he may bo ablo to command a good ptrouago for Pieratt 4 t t LifetdioDCWoathorwax IichtsautefrightfulDingsNowPneantottjaandveryhelpbutawonderful mo as well as woightInfallIblo nllll bottlos50cnnd DnHuzelA Son CumptonI Lexingtonhursoshorus plncowlllllno joborHo worked in both shops hero and rendered satisfaction to both em ployer and customer lint there is not enough horseshoeing in eith or shop to keep him employed hehopesnNo1ofhorseshoeingfaction in all cn l8ISaved His Life Wo Hope I I am in n strange place Cant eat or slap Send Tae IIERA11 It may bring relief I missed it lust week 1 SvM WILSON Mr Wilson who is on Gillmore sent tho shove by special messen gor and delivering him a copy of the paper we urged him to hasten to tho suffering tuna and spuronot the horse dont belong to us and wo hope ho reached him in time to relieve his distress ero it became disastrouslyi dangerous IIf you want to hay the very bust whiskey brandy wines etc for medicinal purposes or us n bever age write to Andrew Hagin Lexington Ky tad you will not only got tho host goods but get them atI the lowest prices ThoI Sunny tide is his hcudintarters and when in that city call and see him toll him THK iliiiAin sent you there and see how nicely youll be treat ed by his affable I French lieuten ants Pat Sharkey and MikoOsbornI WII Baxter of North Brook N C says ho suffered with piles for fifteen years Ho tried many rent edias with 1111 results until he usnti DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve und that quickly cured him IL F PIKIIATT Parties who desire firstclass work in photography should cull upon MI B Taylor whose gallery is on the lot whoro tho old dormitory stood Ho is making some first dills work Call and see his sum PiesPowell Koso rode tho goat at Cox Lodgo A F M at Campton Saturday night lust Judgo Wheel or and Too Koso of our town wit nessed tho performance and say Powell is a rough rider from way back Mrs Sarah Taulbeo has the thanks of the editor and his better 1 for a nice moss of pie pla- ntCoosilifipiloN is by no means the dreadful disease it is thought to be in the beginning- It can always be stopped in the beginning The trouble iis you dont know vouvc got it you dont believe it nu wont believe it till you arc forced to Then it is danger ousDont be afraid but attend to it quik you can do it your self and at home Take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil and live care fully everywa This is sound doctrine whatever you may think or be told and if heeded will save life hnvo not trlodI It cond for frIJlaum Its narowablo taste will 409PearlStreetCNewlYot 60c and 6100 all druggist Home Missions On momtiersinHnzolMissio11sItI ovary i member asliberalI Hold is white with the harvest the work is urgent the need is great You want a part in this groat work of saving America i 3011 want a i presonti gin now to got ready to mako a largo offering on the 20th Give nIlon prayfeelwork till you fool itLet Homo Missions bo tho burd on of our prayors throughout this month Yours for Homo Missions WMI H Conn Skin affections will readily dis appear by using DeWitts Witch Hael Salve Lnok rut for counter felts If yon get DnWitts you will got good results Jt is tho quick and positive cure for riles II F PlKUATT No broader list inction call ho made between then than that which di vides tinin into ttwo classes 1 IV tho first class belong tthose who a1 ways have a good excuse why Un tiling required cannot bo done Tho second class is composed of those who manage to no Fore most in this latter class stands out tho figuro of General Do Wet Allen Sangree who has just re turned from tho Transvaal draws n vivid picture of tho character of this most remarkable general1 of modern times for tho May Cos mopolitan and tho article is inns trated with tho most complete col lection of photographs and draw jugs yet published The least in quantity and most in quality describes DeWitts Little Kariy users tho famous pills for constipation and liver complaints II F PIKIIATT John Duncil of this county ip i stepdaughtorand wo hear that the rood citizens huntingforwith thin iintention of visitingi sum miry punishment He has fled the JutlgHclwiuourday for his arrest The accused is about 70 yours of age and lint year married a widow within a fow weeks after tho death of his first wife Old Soldiers Experience MI M1 Austin a civil wnr veteran of Winchester Ind writes My wife was sick a long time in spite of good doctots treatment but was wholly cured by Dr King Now lifo Pills which worked woid ors for her health They always do Try them Only 25 cents at J Taylor Day hazel Green or or S S Combs it Son Campion drug stores Broathltt Democratic Primary Special to Tin 1 ileat111 The democratic primer election in Broathitt on Saturday resulted as follows as to majority County Judge Jas Hargis over Hagins 700- County Attorney Blanton over Jchn Patrick 75- 5ShorilfCallahan over Terry 207School Supl Noblo over Floyd Hagins JOB Jailor Sponcor over Hack 340 Tho election was quiet all over tho county 11 For tho Sake of Fun Mlwblef IU Done A vwt amount of inlchlef In done too bicnuscptwplo neglect to keep thdr blood Pure Tub inl clicf fortunately limy 1 be undone by the faithful use of Hosts Sarnnparllln Hoods Pills curt llvJr UK XonIrrlUthiir tI Paralysis and RheumatismIII JUSCKY 111I I have just visited three of my nlllictcd friends who nre usiiiR 1Itte Ore Tin man with 1aralysU nnd Ulienroatlmn tau hlch hlnl ell to u brag pull biuuelf up and step the length of it be can also mOt his tt c which be IIRS nut been able to do for years Mrs Smith ft sufferer from Dropsy and Fey wale Trouble Ih doing as well ns can be ex pected The roan who was Paralyzed about I two weeks ago sad could not walk or speak no as to 1 be understood or raise hili right arm took a parkage of Vltte Ore and VO Pills nod today he got out of his chair without assistance and walked across the room he talks now so as to be heard JOHH HtSTK- ngifn by SlKXCKR COOPER hazel Green K agent for BreathW J Mfiuofiiu Morgan Me ntfee anti Wolfe counties 100 package make 1 quart of Ellxer CAME HOPE TO SEE HIS FOLKS And Stayed Until Be Was Afraid to Qo IsICharged With Desertion Sam Houusholl alyoungwhito man whoso homo is on Willard byPatrolmen deserterfromI will bo hold horo until tho army lhonumsforrested ho admitted that ho wits a dosortor lie said armyNovembersigned to Battery 0 seventh heavy Aprilustfour hour leave of absence and as his battery was to bo moved from Washington whoro it thou was to Fort Riley Kansas ho ran oil and came to Lexington in order to see his people before going west lie said that ho intended to remain onlyI a few days mind thou go bark but that after ho got hero ho staid S t long that ho was afraid to go uack Ho had boon homo for a littlet over a your when ho was arrested He sun during this time been employed at Peppers Distillery He had begun to think that ho was safe and that the army officials had given him up Ho claims that the officers wore notified that he was a deserter hn certain man in Irish town who owes him some money and with whom ho has not hon on speaking terms for sometime pest Ho takes his capture very philosophically und remarked that everybodyWothe Lexington Democrat of Saturday and time people of Hazel Green will doubtless recognize tho ar rested man as a former citizen of Hazel Greon Sam Ilounshell used to carry the mail here atone time and later on worked for II F- Piernttt His friends regret to hear that ho is in this trouble Shudders at Ills Fast I recall now with horror says Mail Carrier Barnett Mann of Levanna 0 my threo years of suffering from Kidney trouble I was hardly over free from dull aches or acute pains in my hack To stoop or lift until sacks made mo groan I felt tired worn out about ready to give up when 1 be gan to use Electric Utters hut six hottlos completely cured mo and mado mo fool like a now mUll They ro tin rivaled to rognlnt Stom iich Liver Kidneys and lloweln Perfect satisfaction guaranteed Ih Jl Taylor Day 1 Hazel1 Green amid S S Combs ifc Sons Ctunpton drug stores Only 50 eta Frank Cook of Iron Mountain Wyoming and Miss Julia Niekoll of tho same pn o woro married at tho residence of Prof Cord on Wednesuay evening last ProfCord performing tho ceremony and left for tho homo of Harlan Nickoll undo of tho bride to spend a few days after which thoy will leave for homo The bndo is a daughter of Kolso Niokoll a native of Morgan but for 20 yours a resident of Wyoming and she hits hen attending tho academy during pres ont session W P linker representing tho Richardson Bros Shoo Company of Nashville Tenn was a guest of the Day House Wednesday nod this morning ho sold two nico bills ono to John Graham of Leo City and tho other to John 11 Hose of this place Tho Richardson Bros handle tho finest lino of footwoar in tho country and Mr linker will ba glad to watt upon you See his curd in our paper KOcIOIDyspepsial eatItho dlgcstunts and digests all kInds n9 food It gives Instant relief and nover I falls to cure It allows you to eat all tho food you want Tho most sensitive stomachs can take It By I ts use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured la unequalled after forall stomach troubles It It caRt alp but toy sal1r- opttmt on1 r 1T lw 0 DZWITTCOY I The ta loctta toatalastili UUI+ DIIICo alp v f Yn rrof tlJ r iit1fI U 1 l el3 iO 1 WicH z Vif lN1 j- y HOUSE AND LOT 1 H IN HAXKL GREEN i ItuusekeeplagLItrcru a ltnUltNi suitable lor lnr olllctS doctorAwoffice restaurant etc The dwelling IU na OlluhJllj HStorg louse lueludhigxmokehoube new stable There is n variety of fruit ex cellent garden good well of wntrr etc tt For further particulars price etc rail on b HobtJMcIln MRS LOLA KAS1L Hazel Green Ky MW01 aa- Ce a- K A LYNCH ItKlllKSKXTIXG j ABNER BARNES CO Wholesale Dry Goods Notions CIIAUIisTON W VA t Solicits n share of your patronage and asks you to hold tin order fir him A Farwtort r SSaiLI I will sell my farm of 159 ACRES CoiiMHtiiiR of about SO acres of cleared more than hiM of which U in prints oud the riwt in good oak timber with ono Good Frame Dwelling House of four rooms and n good drilled well ifnever failing water and outhouses cribs and stables also two tenant houses Thcro U a Fine Vein of the IIEST COAL trout which govern thousand bushels aro sold each year Tho farm 1 is ono and one hnlf miles from Miuel Green A pK l bargain CUll he made by tipplving in I wr f KOII rr writing to WM 11 Conn Ilnzol Green 1 ICy H G ROBINSON 13EATTVVILLE ICY Goiioral Salesman for I It iM IIIKIIIESt CO LOUISVILLE KY Manulncturoro of 111gh Grade ViII CaaL CLLCaSdllrits orders friin tin inrrrhantM of tile nioiintiiiiiN nod guaranty witinfiiction A mail order will receive prompt attention DONT 8 FORGET r VIliX IIN Mii I- oDRUCS 1 TO MAIL VOtlt OHMJUS T- OJIChildsTHE LEADING DRUGGIST qtr Adjoining Ioitnflicc LEXINGTON KY All orders receive prompt attention TKUMSI CASH Vfa1edBOQO men rc J3U lInn Great Brag pants I 0II P PIEUATTJ I SOLE DEALER i HAZEL GREEN KY tf rIo40o4000ooootooooeooo0oat0t WMr H KASH iWill fttto1 practice neyatLawii joining counties Collections n peclalty 11S AAAAA AAA hAA CAVEATS TRADE MARK OSentlyourhuslnexullrectto area Umo Cot loss bettor sets ee- My omit eta to V I hUe OQc TUS 1I NevI L fWNAL AmOh etnJflt kitTLUII Acrt7ALzxrLxltscg Bock How to ebuto Fau u i SW Mal 3N rallllLt yraved timx a t- mn 1154 I 1 tpt UI iet1s wttbt slttt ltty V ralttutt Ymetl IYoE r 1 Pl I G f ILI WAHINSTtM HLRALDM tt- I t i I T fJf t 1 IJJIottanc18 nave Sidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To FineS Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or tllng Indicates an I unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys If stains your linen Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part InabilitytoIt or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the Sold by druggists In 50c andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this IIwonderful It that discovery both sent tells I free by mall set It It pass It best nqrnpotlootCo tion reading this generous offer In this paper KEN1111CK KERNELSI NioholaRvillo now lute n woll or ganized iru department Thoro is u movnmnnton foot for a ntruot fair in Xiuholasvilln It is probable that McCracknn1 county will soon have frco ruralI dolivoryGoo InrHoiiH a 10yoar old boy was ki Hod IIn falling tree in Morcor county It iH said Col T Will Wright hns a cinch on tho Howling Green postoilioo appuintmutit SpringH111tHCartor natnotl as postmaHtir- II I1 Tadlorlc yardmnslor for thu 1 0 at C iitral City had Iris foot cut ollwhilo making switch Frank Onan died at Ifondorson of iijnrioH Htistainod by being thrown front liis cart While broak lug a horflo probnblho lPgiclttttntisGot Heckham has asked for the resignation of Supt McCormick of tho HopkinHvillo Asylum Hut ho rofusoH to resign Martha Ferguson a negress 550 IloplllIHillodor ofa 10year old girl Got Heckham has pardoned ho foro trial four Henderson inns in dicted on tho charge of combining to control tho price of Hour IICnginoer Dan Christnan and Fireman John Mailey wore crush mi and burnod to loath in nn ex plO ion at Burgin Friday night Hon M U Yarborry represent ativo from Adair and Cumberland counties has accepted a lucrative government position in Washing ton Thomas Wilcoxson 28 years old was arrested in Munfordvillo charged with forging a chock for 29 on tho Hart county deposit batik Jailor Lawrence of Frankfort today attacked Tom Wallace jr correspondent of tho IEvening Post Police interfered and there wore no arrests The largo and splendid equipped nawmill of 0 C Ilagomeyor it Co at Butler was destroyed by lire last week entailing a loss of fully 10000 with an insurance of only 2250 Ryan flnmiiinnilnn No 17 Knights Tomplar of Danville will bo represented at tho Triennial Conclave in Louisville tho fourth week of noxt August by seventy fivo Knights and ladies Snakes aro getting to bo mentor II ous in tho Cedar ChlV section says I tho horse Ono Gazette Jas Harp 1 tor Ray harper Marcus Ard Henry 1 Staples nUll Robert Staples killed 1 1el vcu copperhead snakes in ono t1 dayDr E B RtoCormjok suporin tondont of tho Hopkinsvillo Asy = il lute was on Monday sued for 5 800 damages by F W Jones who alleges that ho concealed the fnot of smallpox being in a house nt Qwwisboro1 ig1d7- caPa l a- f K r- THEWORKOFWOHES T EXTENSIVE EXHIBITS TO BE MADE AT THE EXPOSITION AchlvTftmrnt of Women Will no hon Hide ly side With Tfaone af Mon at the PanAmerican Hand some Dalldlaa for Headquarter With n view to having the scope or tho InnAmcricnn Exposition tin broiuI nH possible and to Interest tho thousands of women In tho AmcrlcnH In the entcrprlHo n Hoard of Women Mnnn KITH wiiH appointed conslHtliiK of Hi reprcHeivtntlvo women of HulTalo In addition to thin the governors of the states and territories waro asked to nominate two women each to act lilt honorary members of tho Women Hoard these nomlnntloiiH to he ratified by tho Hoard of Directors of the Expo Hltlon The same ritiiicst was made ol tho other Inii Aiiicrlcnn countries As n result of this request from the Exposition moro than 80 states have honorary members of tho Womens Hoard and several Pan American Countries an also represented The work of the honorary members supplements that of tho local Hoard which has been divided Into committees and Is now do lug effective work for tho Exposition A distinctive point In the plan of the Exposition Is that tho various Indus tries conducted by women are to he represented by exhibits In the different buildings where they may properly be placed so that tho achievements of women will bo shown side by side with tlioso of men This Is the first Exposi ion In this country where Huch n plan has been followed and second It Is said In the world The same arrange went was followed most successfully it tho Paris Exposition It Is In cooperation with the various llvlsloiifl of tho Exposition and with lit committees of the Mens Hoard of Directors that the Hoard of Women Managers of the ian Anlerlcnn Exposi tion Is to a largo extent to work The following committees hunt been ap pointed Executive Entertainments mind Ceremonies Flue Arts Education Clubs and Organizations Publicity and iromotlon and Applied Arty The ma lorlty of the members of each commit ttee belong to the Hoard of Women Managers but In n few Instances ap1 pointments have been made outside taking In those especially adapted to carrying ont time work of the Womens Honnl To tho commlttco on Enter InlnmentH nod Ceremonies falls the ilensniit task of looking after time KO clnl affairs of the Womens Hoard trevloiiB to anti during the PanAmerl can Exposition arranging entertain meats of various kinds for the hon orary members of the Hoard who visit ruffalo and also entertaining ninny mmilnent women who are to be In the city during the Exposition mouths A largo numbor of conventions of wo men ore to be held In Huffnlo during the IExposition but the Womens Hoard vlll not In nay way bo connected with the conventions although time commit tee on Entertainments and Ceremonies ivlll doubtless entertain ninny of the illlcers and other distinguished mem hers of the various organizations meet leg In the city PanAmerican year Iho women of HulTalo have In severalI instances extended Invitations to lead lug womens organizations to hold their conventions III HufTalo during time Imposition and with the desa to lifer every courtesy possible the com nlttee on Entertainments anil Core monies will doubtless do a great deal to snake It pleasant for time visiting women during their stay In Huffalo The committee on Flue Arts of the Womens Hoard In cooperntlon with n similar committee from the Mens Hoard of Directors will assist the DI- rector of 1Kino Arts In arranging for a vpresentatlve exhibit at Huffalo of tho work of American artists MAMMOTH TURBINhS MX New One Ior the Mnffnrn nib Power Company A new feature of much Interest tins been added to the delights PanAmerl cnn crowds will have when they visit Niagara halls to view the scenic and Industrial atjmetlons there In that favored spot there Is already developed more power than Is used In many of the large cities but to this developed force must he added 30000 horsepower that Is to be developed by menus of six new turbines and six new goner ators the contracts for which have been awarded These new turbines are to be Installed In the new wheel pit now In course of construction The design of the new turbines will differ materially from the design of those now In use In time present wheel pit This change Is significant of the fact tint the Niagara Falls Power con pony Intends that tho Installation IIr Its new plant shall bo up to the highest state of perfection known In this open ing year of the century It Is this knowledge that at Niagara time most modern tho most perfect working pow IT development In the world may bo BeN that will Inspire visitors to the Exposition to go there and look upon the wonders that man tins wrought Each of the six new turtjlues will have a capacity of 5000 horsepower and each lUbo connected to and drive a 6000 horsepower gencrau Juo LUtbln iJUNE lajisavcre designed by Plccard Plctot fa Co of Geneva Switzerland while the new turbines are to be built after designs prepared by Escher Wyss Jt Co of Zurlrh Switzerland the plans of which com pray were accepted In a competition The turbine In the old pit each have two wheels tvie the new turbines are each to have but a single wheel With those new turbines In place In the wheel pit the output capacity of the Nlngira Falls Power company will be 80000 horsepower There will In1 npace In the new pit for live addi tional turbines each of 5000 horsepower capacity and with these In place tie otal output of the two pits will be 103005 horsepower Ounix P DUXLAP BASKIJAU Booms to have boon frozen out up north this year JOHN 11 DAVIS W J MAY DAVIS MAY BIAC KSMijHs lLWAGONMAKERSI rooooo0oooootwooooo00000oooooata11AIl IhlIlIlIlIorlllllIt JlllhlIuKiiKid n professional linrcsliocrCUAiilKV SoitooiKV of LexliiLI htt tan Ky who willl curt your horse of Hluinlillnj interfering forging Ac nlltltt they hopu to receive the piitroniiKe of nil pciipli who have a liuiiianu I cling fur the iliiinh aiilniul- Wo art also prepared to do nil kinds of veliloe ImlMIng wagons buggies hacks Ac and du nil kinds of repairing barges rriiMmiililt and satisfaction guaranteed III every Instance Soliciting your tmtronitgo we hope by goad work timid lair trciitincnt to retain a fair shire ol It Uesncctfully Windttfd DAVIS MAlagjt WINCHESTER KY N II WITI1EK8POON President It D HUNTKU Cashier Paid up Capital 10000000 Surplus 2000000 Hnmlflomo deposit of 10121018 Thin Hank solicits the accounts ot iner chantN farmers trailers and business men unurally throughout Eastern Kentucky mid oilers Its customer every facility nnJ the most liberal terms within the limits of loirltlnmte Ininkini ootlSly H JAMES M BYRNES WnOlosaIa PBDOr Dealer PRINTER Stationer and Bookbinder LEXINGTON KY Hlunk Hooks mill Catalogue work n specialty Silverr WgBnffottC Eggs H I have for sale now Silver Wyamlotto Egg4 lit I00 for li These Are Thoroughbred limy n setting raise some THOUOUOH UUKI UHUMCKNS ami you will bo no longer satisfied with time COMMON STOCK First cull first served UOUFKT 1 COHD- i1 Hnzol Green Ky THE PALACE HOTELJ LKXINGTON KY J F JOLLY HUO rnoiiuirroiis- BfiyUmler tho now management it it the best and cleanest 1W hotel in the state Shunted just opposite the L IH and 0IC 0 depots it is more conve nient to mountaineers thou any hotel in the city Your patronage solicited TO Till DKAF A sick lady cured of her deafness nnd noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to hit Institute so that deaf people unable to procure the Ear Drums may have them free Address No L JlSl lime Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York lly Copies of this paper may lie found on file ut time olllee of our Wnolilngton correspond fiit IK 0 Sterna HIS V Street N W ttoehiogtomm n C 1R M WALDECK Physician and Surgeon HAZEL QUEEN KY Solicits time pntronngo of the people of hazel Green and vicinity null will answer professional calls day or nigni uusieincKf a specialty Nice for BaleOatthtaollloeatAOoeata + per 109 5OOOOF- or if Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 1901 will be distributed to patrons of the Weekly Enquirer as follows For Nearest Correct Guosa 0000 For Second Nearest Correct Queaa 3000 tI- I II IS- I 1600ThirdII f FourthII 1000 II Fifth u COO II Sixth 1 O 1 400 11 SovonthII II II 30Y 81- II Noxt 20 oaoh S10O amounting 2000 I 100 CO 6000 u 200 25 41 6000 II 1000U 10II II l 10000 J11 i530In i1 Contest closes November 3 1901 The Total Vote of Ohio in 1891 was 795631 1890 was 1020107 li 1892 861625 1897II 884023 1893 835604 1898II 793169 1894II 776819 1899II 920873 1895II 846996 1900 1049121 J1 Guess what it will be in 1901 0 l 6000An additional prize of 6000 for any person making an exactly correct guess If there be more than one exactly correct guess the 6000 to be equally divided among themJJ Tho Conditions aro 81 OO a yoars Weekly Enquirer entitles suoh subscriber to ono guess 1000 for ton yearly subscriptions secures ton guesses 8100O for ono subscription ton years secures ton JJUOSSOB No commissions or extra guesses For further particulars see Weekly Enquirer Send all orders to ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati 0 Jl1P BTA DATIIil i7I LESiAL- EG ccI2 SMAIN STREETLEXINGTON KY o W The patronage of mountain merchants is respectfully solic itod and till orders will Imvo prompt attention HAGANS OLD RYE WHISKEY Directfrom Distillery to Consumer I WHISKEY IN JUGS Ilagans Old Rye Bourbon or Malt j 1 yours old j per gallon 200 lagans Old Rye Bourbon or Malt j 0 years old j per gallon 250 Ilagans Old Rye Bourbon or Malt j 7 yours old j per gallon 275 Ilagans Old Rye Bourbon or Malt j S yeaas old j pOI gallon 800 WHISKEY IN CASES 11e will send 1 full quarts of Ilagans Rye Bourbon or Malt 10year old for f1350 j 0 full quarts for 500 or 12 full quarts for 1000 packed in plain case no marks with corkscrew and etched gloss express charges prepaid Wo do not prepay express charges on whiskey under 3 per gallon If You Want Pure Whiskey Drink Hagans Rye SPECIAL IUICK LISTVO quote tho following Brands of whiskies bottled and KyOld1500 Old Elk Is 0 II U 750 Old Elk 5s 12II MOO Old Elk 5s UII1 II 700 Bond it Lilian 1s12 bottles por case 1500 Bond it Lilian ls 0 II II 750 Bond it Lillnrd 5s 12I II 1100 Bond it Lillnrd 5s 01 II II 700 Old Tarr 5c 12 bottles per case 1800 0 bottles pOI case 650 Ashland 5s 12 bottle por case 1200 0 bottles per case 000 Old Elk is bottled in bond and also freo j tho other whiskies are bottled freo only You run no risk whatever in sonding us your ordert representedIfwill bo refunded Wo do not ship goods C 0 D Please make all CompanvReferences Stoll it Cotlargest Address distiller in Stntort Lexington Ky TIONk0t ATrvJ PROMPTLY EXECUTED THIS OFFIU AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES f Mt