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Jesus by one man led to Christ by hisI little girl fk4was jeined a missionary Sunda I Ho gAve tbe needs of a Sunday 1cfcoo1 convention ns fellows Ifll To break down prejudice and unite vpeople in the worKofrthe iLaMea- To A = maple us to more and better toft for Christ iii To remove timidity from our young and make them bolder jn the rnI tIwork M It aims at christianizing the horse filUaUdinV up the cAusc of iChfist gen ertfly V It aids the work of churcbea nnd iB Uy schools 45TitJocans to promote the moro gen mi study of the bible bring out meth ads et Sunday school work how best tficb children the bible aifct bring the old loathe light of salvation 1 After singing The Resurrection th subject Things a superintendent should how was taken up by A F Byrd Above all things ho MidCIA uperin leudent should know something of the Master bo serves should knew the Lord Iud that the object of the Sunday school was to prepare boys nnd girls for useful tiers in this life and fit them for the life beyond the grave The should do a work that would last through ont eternity He should not only know something of sacred and ancient history but should bo nblo to teach tho geogra phy manners and customs nod times of occurrences of these bible lessons He should be punctual in all of his work Rev Henry Taylor then spoke on the object of Sunday school work in the Trenchers training Ho dwelt upon the duty and responsibility of preachers and said they should bo consecrated and weful and accurate in their rendering flf KOSVPIe be godly- Thethbir hero sang Come unto Mo the bible In tbo Sunday school WM iblphthdled by Rev L E Mann He ado a strong appeal oh behalf of tb- etchlngfof the holy word The bible i Gods lovoletter to the world and ahould be taUght above nil else in Sun Iday schools Tho lesson leaves helps etc are to aaaist in preparing tho lessons but tho bible should bo in tho hands of pupUsrStrlvet l t0IleoVnt and admire but to study Teach eni should try and place ono In thi hands reach member of their class and teach andjosplreThe president then announced a com mittee of twelve on nominations Also JosephpandIaseOueyThesang and convention adjourned for dinner on the ground Afternoon roll ef schools was called and delegates from six Sunday school Hnze1Greeni Holly8audfield SundayandVortexschoolIn ladies3lissbemU1ulScripturesandSwango impressively readan tholJearht31onetheentiroaudiencoiusinging All hail the power of Jeaua name Function of tho Sunday school was brought out 1 rr T n earneatcharacterueEdward saidrhoschool is the 8chool ef the- Y Y j it A i church and the bible Is the text book of shouldboi gray haired children should be there too HometPreparation of the Sunday school 1s Byrdgto teachers saying that they could not teach what they did not know sad that they should thoroughly understand the lessen of each day He spoko In favor ef more literatureJ op Need of money and how to raise It said It IU needed fe helps literature generally bibles etc pocketsDouaneceesaryyspend for the development of tho minds and befilled iOt1per said the way to raise money was to aKI tatei discuss actionresult nqqejr The peopfeEdi the cause of Sunday schools and other work of our Lords Bro Wm Graham took Teachers pastoral work and spoke along the line of union work In Sunday schools and try to get people to see tho importance of attending Sunday schools Iq the timo given to yeung men Ar bury Brooks and G B Stamper gave nice appropriate talks llev Wm Tyler was called out on aneenthusiastic talk full of the spirit Said the pastor could not do his duty in the Sunday school without the Holy Ghost upon him and that that Sunday schoolI was not n success without Holy Ghost and love of God shed abroad in the hearts superintendent teachers and people Tho committee on nominations then andsresulted in tho election of H H Swnngo president George W Robinson vice president Ida Swango secretary Mat tio C Quicksall treasurer and Leo City tho place and first Saturday in September 1898 as tho time if the president approves of holding tho next county conventionCommittee on resolutions reported and report adopted ns follows fI RESOLUTIONS Resolved Thnt our hearty thanks he ex kindnessunion during tho convention 2 That we extend our thanks to our efficient county president and secretary for their able competent and efficient management of the Sunday school work in th county and the Interest which they have aroused among the Sunday schools of the county generally 3 That we extend to the choir our thanks for the excellent music which they hire furnished the convention during Its exer cites of 4 That we recommend a more extended use of the bible In Sunday schools 5 That we recommend a more thorough preparation of the teacher and superinten dents for their various duties In the Sunday schools tnat they study to know their duties and to familiarize themselves with the les 011ImpartingQ That we extend our thanks to each of the participants In the exercises of the lay for their promptness In performing the TI1 rious duties assigned them 7 That we recommend that each Sunday school of the county be more prompt in appointing and sending delegates to the county Sunday school convention 8 Tnjt the proceedings of this con en lion together with these resolutions be published in the HAZEL GIIBEN HKRAIP The minutes were read and tho closing address was delivered by Bcnj Sowcll Audience sang God be with youtill we meet again which closed the best Sunday school convention Wolfe over badLot us work up every interest of the Sunday school and have every school in the county represented next year with good reports and somo money from each school for state workH SMTAXGO Prcs MATTIE C QUICKBALI Secy Great Cures proved by thousands of testimonials show that Hoods Sar fiapnrilla possesses power to purify vitalize nnd enrich the blood Hoods ftbo only pills to bo taken with Hoods Sareaparilla i a C The fInjiyatwanttoReaohftho People yrho Buy Gppd i fIII PcojileneCdt manytimes antItand their reader It is ftNot by Fitful Advertising rpThisepen perhapsibutechJou sl In tho Hazel Green Herald yourThis paper liar renders too who read no other They now trade with you but hlRilIot sure to do InTnEwho has laid the foundation of bailness success by advertising in this Or Any Othor Newspaper tti oceanrI lag to ieew tlIuaPIUlned But By Keeping Everlastingly At It i Do not say that people dont read ad vertisements you have read lldeoue- s I 9f IrZW srr rr1 HEWHIT UCSGETS m Colorado summer sports are diversified with snow balling and snow shoo racing Six inches ef snow fell in that locality on the 1th W S Groesbeck who was attorney for President Johnson in tho celebrated impeachment trial died at his homo in Cincinnati the other day Tho heat of the past ten days has been general throughout the country and hundreds of persons nnd animals have succumbed to its effects In Sumner county Kansas which gave a carload of wheat for tho Indian famine sufferers n man died of starva tion before the wheat reached its desti nationThe St Louis PostDiapatchhas found n snake that swallowed horse blanket for breakfast and a lion for dinner It is now looking for a man who can swallow this story The backbone of the great coal miners strike line been broken The 0 I C nines at Rosaville Pa have agreed to pay the 69 cent rnto but tho mines will operatorsrcome to terms At Duluth Minn n rainstorm last week washed away neatly two miles of Gradesethirty feet high on tho St Paul and Duluth railroad were washed out leaving the tracks suspended in tho air Eagles have recently been making havoc among the sheep of tho farmers of Lnmsboro Mass who havo pastures near tho Laconic mountains within three miles of Pitttfield The eagles come down by the dozen and slaughter largo numbers of sheep Two Knoxville Tenn girls aged re spectively 17 and 18 years claiming to hero been hypnotized tramped through the country with a mla named Hutchin son aged 24 and received the worst kind of treatment Alice Merry 18 broke the spell at Oovlngton Ky and told the officers Lizzie Blair the other girl was arrested at Lawrenccburg Ind nnd sent home The mystery ef tho disappearance of Charley Ross from Iris homo in Philadel phia twentythreo years ago is nt last cleared up by the confession of brother of one of the fiends who kidnapped him Tho child was murdered in the house 65 Grand street New York City to prevent his rescue by the police Tho child IIteali crs were killed while committing another crime The Atlanta Constitution gives an ac count of n man who had been bitten by a rattlesnake and drank a quart of whisky as an antidote for the snake poison Ho shortly afterward died and the core ners jury returned tho following verdict The deceased came to his death either from tho snake bite or the whisky the jury being uncertain which and the local physician being absent at the funeral of one of his patients Advertise now in THE HERALD e Ji f j wrtctil TelladyThere WM a living IIB a large southern city she had a beautiful gar den The garden had teen neglected Weeds had growa up is the grave awl wild tanglca of growth had spoiled the iae beds of towers The lady called ia twe peer beys and shewing them the lawn said- I want yea to pull up every weed BJF tbe routs and carry it away ee that nothing but the fiae greet ebalL be lilt to grow here0 All day long the twe boya worked to gether and when sight came the lady was summoned te see the work they Sad done She walked across the lawa and found that part of the work had been well done and part badly How Iis thUr the Mid to the bays bow is it that you have left weeds here and there and I particularly told you that every wood must bo removed that BO matter hew long it took you you mutt do the work thoroughly as far u you wont Then both boys looked ashamed and Edward answere- dI thought that we had done the work weUso much of it pointing to the side where they bad worked Whoso fault Iis ItT Who left the weeds questioned the lady But neither boy answered and tho lady said Tomorrow when you come to work Edward shall work on the right side of tho house and Harry on the left The next night the lady was summoned again to inspect tho work On tho right of the house the work was perfectly done not a weed could be seen on the left many weeds had been removed but still they could bo seen hero and therein tho grass Tho lady gavo Harry bis money nnd saidYour work is only half done I shall not need you nny more To Edward she spoke words of praise for work well done Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well You have been faith ful iu this work nnd I have moro for you to do So aho put him in charge of her gar den and all summer ho worked iu his patient faithful way and the garden became orderly aud beautiful again Whoa Harry and Edward grow tq manhood they worked jn the same faahi ion Harry went from place to place doing nothing well and tolerated by his employers only until they could find another to take his place Edward worked earnestly and honestly Nothing that he undertook was too small to be worth doing well ha em ployers soon found out his character and ho was promoted from placo to place until today he Is successful man at the head of his profession honored by his fellow citizens Dear children remember that whatever you do should bo well dane not only for the sake of the work itself but that you may acquire the habit of doing tillage well There arc plenty of openings fir tho boy or girl who does thorough work To do work carefully dad well even to the smallest detail means success and- appreciation Cousin Constance In Home and Farm Republican Heeling Pursuant to tho call of tho Republican executive committee of tho 23d judicial district of Kentucky for tbo purpose of selecting and instructing delegates to attend tho county convention which is to be held at Campton on July 15 1897 tho Republicans of Hazel Green district No2 of Wolfe county met at Hazel Green July 10 1897 John H Rose district chairman call ed tho house to order and explained the object of the meeting and on motion ho was elected permanent chairman and W T Caskcy mado secretary Tho following delegates wero then se lected Dr A C Nickel W T Whaley W H Wilson nnd W T Caskay The delegates wero instructed to attend said county convention nnd to cast the vote of this district for Hon H L R1Aand to use nil honorable means te secure their nomination for said offices JOHN H ROSE Chairman W T CASK Secy a iuo r i J iiDurinf ihe liKrpwelde tfalv canee tl1 A Br Itl wit raised XtCnfcriAllM k tM L A Nrmlro nnI Carroltt7 TM pile proper 1is a tall ejcamoie teachjagjt height of probably 150 feet It iis about twee falta dlaweler at the heW aad tapers te about half that diameter at the tip where the ftatfataflT spliced OB H seta ten feet la the groaad and is aa straight as as arrow Several week he fere belag brought tleSewiirs wu eat In ladlaaa where it was squared at both ends aad strIpper1of l4 bark The VraiiiaK did not take place for aerie time after the arrival of the pout ad- en te it WM pretty well Masoned whea Iit WM planted There was aa ianarwee cxewd preeent at the raising aqdjfcA air thaMonsterfrom horl pHUonstare and stripes flatjagrom the aaet head Bob Ellis whois poeimaitor watt general bow of the town also ono ol the bolt fellows alive was waster bf eere monies and performed his part te the satisfaction of all concerned The cause of Bryan was defeated sL the November election but tho polo was allowed to stand and there It ata rda te day a living testimonial to the everlast ing life of the cause iti which it was raised Early In tho spring the pel e be gan to put forth shoots and now it Iis ale mst covered from bottom to top with a rich green foliage in which tho birds alas and build their nests This Iis taken as- a good emon by the Democrats but Iia treated lightly by tho gold bugs ono of whom ventured to twit Mr Ellis about the old tin rooster nt tho top of the polo Bob was equal to tho occaaioa and shut the g b up with tho informa tion that the rooster was all right crowed overt night and morning and laid an egg every day This of course was A bit of pleasantry on the part of Mr Ellis but tho balance of tho story is vouchod for by hundreds who have seen tho polo since it began to grow Winchester Sun MeoBBhlae Rala A Beattyvillo special ef tho 9th InstL to the Louisville Dispatch says Revenue Agent S W Oollyar assisted by United States Marshal George Drake t nnd Joe Johnson the L k K railroad detective together with four others mado a raid oti moohtblners near Ross creek In this county lat night Roll after n desperate struggle succeeded In arresting and bringing to this place feur men Jack Reese John nnd Dill Botser and Joe McQueen The om ers palJleit through this placo early yesterday after noon and it was evident from their ac tons that they were out for game Aa account from one of tho officers Is that they landed at the distillery about 1 a ra but owing te tbe roughness of the country it was very difficult to approach Drake with an assistant crawled a die lance of three hundred yards Oa reach Ing tho still be found ere atthe rsea punching the fire sad two oftheaa en guard He was almost in the act of lay- Ing his hand on tho offosder of tho law when ho turned and gave Drake a lick on the face witha rod hot burning lUck Drake was almost blinded by the fire and smoke and scraping the burning akin from his face with ono hand fired with tho other with hispfetolagafnsttbe breast of his antagonist Thinking he had killed him ho turned his attention to the others By this time the other officers were upon the scene and just aa tho moonshiner were about to ahoet the lifo out of George Drake they were covered with pistols and surrendered They wero brought hero today and will be tried tomorrow by United States Cony missioner James Mar um at Jack en Ky It Ie often said that tho law isI net mado for honest men but It must bV borne in mind that muck wrong is dose in lifo for want of proper thought This ia often true ef men conccmlBg their sash accounts Particularly iIs It applicable to accounts due a newspaper Gem tlemen sometimes forget whet would W accounted fair dealtaf la ef4lary traMK adieu dperpetvIf upoe a newspaper entirely eatof haratony wltli theit geMral character fee right Uvingi h JA if 1- l i i l1 f IUIIERJr HEMGMtCtOFEI tilr1 HAZEL GREEN KY 1JHUiRfDAY July 1- 5ANNOUNCEMENTS IflKT for State Scatter We aw authorized to announce JOHN LI TAUL1IEK of hazel Green ud u candidate for State Honctor for the 34th SenntoriHE district lUtijeet to the action of the Deana erotic party 0IPer Itnreyor of Morgan CountyIi We ftrf authorized to Biinounc JAMES flALSEY ai a candidate for County Sur- reyor of Morgan county subject to thc lIe cision of the voter at the oclllber 1897 r r relecllon CORRESPONDENCE BE- MORGAN COUNTY t Jiufts JanfllBi r i The cry now w come over and help imein my corn Born to the winoi of Miles Caskcy a I boyIr T It DcIIuxk has retired from the firm of J R Deltat Co and W H I plnceII i aoenloshua Dcllusk andl Jeptha Hahey liavo about 70 ycarlincit er i they expect I to III pole orIICln Tlu in good for two mountain farmers illIonII rurII the host few months nod up to this time hit wife and yuungctit toOl remain very 1 low The wife of H F OhlffeU ii is danger oimljr ill with fever at the homo of her father Logan Murphy stud her sisteri I thesauteptttcedowtIwith the Maine dicuatte A man by tho name of WilHon passe r 1 through the lambs a few days ago rep r- resenting hlniwelf as one hunting clocks und newing machines for repair hut when he opened hit chest of tooln wetw nothing but a screw driver and a rat tail1 tile A tramp would be a better name if appearance itpcaks fur anything I The funeral of Aunt Hebcccn Cankey was preached by Kid Hurry Little Th services were well attended by all th o friends and relativeH of the dcceoHcd Wo learn the text for the occasion lint been selected for some years by the oldJ i fightitj I have finUlied my course I have kept the faith I Tho work on the church nt Old Grassy fe progressing nicely We recently heard that tho dedicatory sermon willI not be preached on the third Sunday fin thin month but on the tint Sunday Iin September We belicvc this to be rightS H will be A more convenient time nn dbe j vrhen Bro Cord cornell down the goodlI listers will have dinner prepared and allI PJi upend the day in and about the house of the Lord I3o it so It has been thought for some time that somewhere near Mire there was a moonshine Mill in operation On last Monday morning U S Deputy Marshall dlsblnginI turned the beer and hacked up the sti before you could ray Robinson Good1 if there are others in the county wo i hope to hear of their going the same ir road Strange to think some men tv style themselves good honest citicet Trill suffer such to be carried on and have corn destroyed in such a wa when pour people are alicost suffering for corn and can not buy it for lovo money Our Consolation correspondent rondo i mention of some one stenling n saddle from the Caskoy school house and that with so muck preaching wo ought to have fewer Esaus Now my dear elf r f do you know the objections which you have filed rather coroboratc with some of the preaching wo have beard of at that place They preach that tho Ia sends them things now and then Wo J heard of one of their brethren down in Powell who went into tho pasture of a neighbor and commenced bridling his h I horse p IBetigJted by the neighbor who happened to pass by what he in tbadhorse But the neighbor doubted bin veracity and told him to get out of bin fieldor he would kill him Two little boys caught A rabbit dreeeed it nicely and sUpped and laid It on the door step of one of the testifying brethren and next day in this meeting he atone and told that the Lord sent hits a rabbit for breakfast The little boys laughed fortthe trick worked Another said Lord sent him n hog but a proved w be the rightful owner beatsi they get sick they claim the Lord them tram all bodily ailments They have discarded the use of medicine coffee and tobacco and claim a second work of grace They testify and tell of the Divine healing but as yet only one ease has come up within our midst One woe possessed with a devil A creat commotion enacted The brethren gath eyed consulted and concluded that their faith was sufficiently strong So they all preyed loud and long until he at last departed but not like he did in the apotttxilic time late a herd of swine but into the mouths of those praying for vow remarked that he could taste him and that he won net very palatable Now 8ftwhat think you Next time explain yourself more fully Ilest the people be come deluded You must remember that you are stepping down on the lambs and we are uoing to defend them if it takes dynamite to do it July 14 TIOEII SunshlDeJohnhead of Red ricer Monday on business Ton HnMiic returned from Pike count ty a few days ago with II head of cuttle A O Tones has been employed to teach iu what isi known as the Amyx dis trict Amyx and 1hippn contemplate may ing their saw and grist mill to Gillmorc in the near future Mr Emma Pelfrcy and her Later Minn JOHIO lime or Slillwater visited the Gamily of G C Hryd Saturday and Sun day Mrs Amanda Wilcon who has been sick for several weeks is able to be about Her tori Chad Grcmi who had also been very low is slowly con vales sing Quite a large crowd attended the foot AmongthuscCisco White Oak Willie Barker and Haney Grassy creek Mrs F N Day Misses Rilda Horton Lulu Rosh Minnie Day Laura Wilson and Messrs K O Taulbee O1 1a Swanpo Mort Pieratt Jahn Rose Sum Hounnhell and Samuel Greeno Hoy KaTtown Missiles Raneom Spradling of Camargo waR in tsars Sunday hertr rs N May of Mt Ster Iling Rev II R Mills of Frenchburg preached ui n good sermon Saturday and Sunday CharleyLponaand Sunday There teems toj on uttrnction hero for the boys Mr Fenlon and MM Kennedy iin company with their mother Mrs W W Manker are visiting thiweok their brother Win Manker of West Liberty 1C 101 of West Liberty woe with us a few toys ego He was selling our imerchants groceries andwell you have I heard of the killing of two birds with one stone llJames Ilynlcame very near being 1macho a cripple for life lust Saturday by falling through bridge between Jordan Ith0i roadisare fearful almost everywhere Chnrle 008I1e t noyrend in seven yenta The fault is not in tne masten rthey are waiting to be called out by tin road overseer How long oh how ton will this state of nllaira continue One or two more years without work on the roads will block this county from wagon travel July 13IltxGllssI Consolation Clint Arley Cecil wits drugged by a horse till be wore unconscious rcJohn Cecil didnt shave Sunday ho wants to change his looks R D3Iotloya fine cow presented him I with twin calves the ether day i G =i t w 4w iii Cherries 6 909PPPr I q I I1 with wiffIIlItUB and theres nothing to be done but the plucking for we offer bargains 1 t t boughtlorMi I i The First Bite I 111 threebuttonwithuperior farmer satin We have never sold these goods for less than SI12 el5 and PPP oneof1 PluckOtherP PP 111arcoffered in 200 mens Moleskin Pants Rt 45c a pair eUewhere theyll cost yon 75c 200 men4a blue Cottonado storePPPany 111 wellasOf course you know what all these goods arc without further description but will add PPPthattheyre all now gouda Now Pluck m Louis Gus Straus I CLOTHIERSII CLOTHIERSPPP1 w a Exg rGT0 ECY II II II tElders Adams and Blake filled the ap pointment of Dr Gevedon Sunday James Motley was taken suddenly ill the other day with severe pains in the side J P Motley writes to his mother frI H D Motler that he will be home weeksW inII Blankcnship nnd wife attended the annual foot washing Sunday at Clifty church T W Wallace and family of your town were the guests of Ed F Cecil and family Sunday Rev W F Lykins will preach nt the Gills+ pie school house on the fifth Satur 11III 3 oclock and the Sunday following I The Burning Spring iwocintion of I Primitive Baptists will be held with South Fork church in Morgan county on Friday before the third Saturday in AugustSome buys put lizards into the buggy llap robe of Mrn Ellen Swango and Mr- sEL Mann last Sunday They also cut the harness which was not noticed by the ladies until they had driven some distance toward home but the horse be iing gentle no serious mishap occurred Among those who took dinner with 0 W Cecil last Sunday were Uncle Harry and Aunt Nancy Swango II II Swnngo and wife Mrs Ellen Swango and daugh ter Dora Mrs L E Mann Misses Re becca Sample nnd Myrtle Jackson Mr Carpenter of Millcrsburg nnd Mr Blake of Carlisle Ye editor should here been there t partake of the feast of good things for Mrs Cecil knows just how to fix them up July 13 TILE DnA Kr Caney Callings The railroad outlook isi very flattering just now John Allen was in this section lust week buyingslttep Willie Manker was a guest of Cnudill Bros Monday night Marion Gevedon and Marion Ilnney started to Mt Sterling with n foe load of chickensA and wife and J II Dny and wife were the guests of Sanford Day and wife Sunday lust July 13 EXQUIKKU Teachers Institute lsyTo Trustees of Common Schools Gentlemen The teachers institute for Wolfe county for the current school year will be held at Campion beginning daysgrequires every teacher in your IIi lrictl Observe that in addition to direct oral nolict141urct with a teacher who is absent frnm the district and county it is your duty to write Jim or her at once That you may avail yourselves of the opportunity of hearing timid taking part pertainingtoThursday dayA Supt A communication from Banford Man Din will appear in next issue 1 j R SE IAVIS-II OPRACTICAL 0 i BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY WAGONIPatronizeHomeIN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT WE employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his specialty and Your work is respectfully solicited nuu Tickledbecause extracted his tooth without pain I can do the same for you Neither pain nor after effects result from my extracting My method suggests pleasantness and satisfaction instead Ive the experience theII know how and the facilities for doing the best work at the least cost Gold Fillings in serted in a manner that makes them permanent No charge for examinations or estimates DrEEBAETR M t DDSO- fike V nt the Day House Hazel Green ARE YOU THINKING of luiyinc n Turin in the Bluegrass withitspet the liiHt bargain tliroiifli a small advertisement Try It Published twice a week nt 150 per year 1111111 Jt DO O IhnprtetorstybacltMtnr TIlE HERALDIS THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN EASTERN KY oOR WATCHES 11 GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 h tNu VlWltUS 10 And Watch Repairing OOTO FRED J HEINTZ 135 E Main- IIX1NGTGN KY AGENTS L 111C cRn1ourson is oioce in IIIUIII I1E11IDIBEIl workll on a new with tbe draws your weight carpet cnn he oldfll under and two tllickb stretched No pouudingd Operator orettingdownoukaDrives stands L iu uprlJtre posttuon 4llcCUU price w OKemi IIlr pie preps d Good comUll6- lWrhe l ot once for cartoon circular ulldleC to agents TUE Gonntun 110 state street neloh art r bu of da Bt lIlt la bu attqc qclx a coat atIs intb tbh 111b ham amIt Itft 7ci clciZ ciC I tin tit tJ 1I 1n IIJ t t t 1i ii J fI If 4t Jt t 1 1 tI v I = THE HERALD I r LOCAL LACONICS ffi1I 1 iifa f IiY4wW 4ar4c11 Breck Amyx was in town Tuesday on IbusinessIA Lacy of Leo City was in town a few hours Monday I Noah Cisco was in our midst n few days the past week visiting Willie Kaab made a Hying trip to geatty villa on business last week Rev Deggendorf filled his appoint ment at Gillnwc on last Sunday Mrs Miles Kasb returned to her homo in Muntgomery Wednesday morning The Racket store has moved into the building with the Hazel Green drug store Miss Nettie Wheeler who has been quite sick for the past week la much better W H Roark returned Monday from aweeka visit to his parents iu Mageffin county Mrs Mackey who has been quite sick at Mrs Ellen Kaahs for the past week is some better- Blackberries are coming into town by the box bucket and basketful until the market seems almost glutted J G Trimble who hug been visiting here for a week past returned to bin home in Mt Sterling on Tuesday r Capt R M BroIlS of the Kentucky and Ohio railroad was in town Tuesday looking after the interest of the road The track nt the fair ground is bei- nS put in first class condition for the annual fair this full which comes nfl September J 18 9 and 10 Miss Hilda Horton of Montgomery chaperoned by Mils Minnie Day visited Tits HKKAU office yesterday afternoon Call often ladies Sam Wilson has just finished painting Henry Pieratts store house and an artistic piece of work it is cream trim med with green IfDorn to the wife of Rodney Cord at their home in Mason county on Wednesday the 7th inst a 11pound girl r Rosa Buckler Cord Will T Colvin representing Bros Mt Sterling interviewed our merchant with an eye to selling a bill of INSxroceriel this week ifrheextreme heat of lust week was al most forgotten Monday and Tuesday when the mercury dropped from the nineties to the sixties WEThe date for holding the fair has been set for September 7 8 I and 10 antI from nil indications at present it prom fees to be the best ever held I theyIgone in search of colder climes The merchants of Spout Springs fin it cheaper to haul their goods by wagon from Mi Sterling and Winchester than 4to pay extortionate railroad frieghts S G Carpenter wife father and niece who have been recuperating iin this neighborhood for several weeks re turned to their home at Millersburg yes terday Do you wunt to secure any of the fair privileges If you do now is the time to make your arrangements before it iis too late Call on or address N 11 Ware secretary for full particuiuM Topics for sermons nt the ChrUtinn church Sunday lireliThe Lords Prayer a Study at 11 n m and Jesus the Good Shepherd at 830 pm Every r body is welcome to attend one or both services o A bottle of Dr ItelPs tIne Tar Honey should be on the medicine shelf of every home In n sudden attack of croup it iis invaluable allaying the irritation and e ending the danger in less time than ii- a would take to go for the doctor It etstands preeminent as a remedy for i coughs colds and nil kindred diseases eJ beQuito a crowd from this place attend lefted the footwashing at Salem rn last bSl1nday and nil report a largo attend Harwi 11DayMisaesLaturn Wilson Rilda Horton Minnie Day Lula Kadi Biddie Lee 1and Justin Fhipps and Messrs Ova I PierjiI Wilson I 7 IToI say that Miss Injels who bas been eur teacher of music for some time past will I not be with us tbe next session but we I will have an excellent teacher for tblsl work We promise even more for this I department for the future than we have had in the past andask all who are t thinking of taking lessons either instrumental or vocal together with voice cul ture to be ready to begin at the opening Qf the session September 1 We will also arrange for chorus classes and sight singing which will enable any one who may desire to learn something of vocal music The work we shall do along these lines will be thorough and will render satisfaction The cost for lessons will beery reasonable and as low as possible for the instruction given WM H CORD Prin H G A Dr E E Biirtram the dentist Ii now at the Day House where he can be found at any time ready and willing to extract your teeth without pain The doctor has had a number of years experience in all kinds of dental work besides being a graduute of one of the bet dental col leges in the United States He hiss a full supply of all tools needed in his profession and guarantees satisfaction in all his work Should you desire fo have an aching and decayed tooth filled he can do so If you want a set of teeth made he will accommodate you Iris charges arc as reasonable as any and it will be a pleasure to you to have him take out your old snugs and be fitted with a new set Mrs Fanny Prater wife of Eli Prater on Caney while visiting Major W H Taulbee last Sunday morning had the misfortune to fall and break her left leg just below the knee Drs Taulbee and brokenglimb and left the patient resting Iusjy Mrs Prater is quite an old 111II sister of John Wilson and mother of Bill John and Jim Prater J T Day returned from Cincinnati end Louisville last Friday where he hud been buying goods nuts hiciting adver tising for the fair catalogue He met with much success nod also mice 1111111l getting a lot of new subscribers to Tin HFUAU for which he ling our thanks All persons desiring space in the fair catalogue should at once confer with N L Ware secretary as the time Iis short and the catalogue will lIon la printed Remember the dates September 7 s H 10eJohn M Rose started a lut of sheep to Mt Sterling market yesterday morning and followed this morning with a big drove of fine cattle If there is any- money in the stuck businem John is going to have it- Correspondents will bear in mind that all communications Mfsr reach this office not later than Tuesday else they will lay over until the following week All the gold bug Democrats of Montgomery county were appointed delegates to the boltocrut convention at I uisville Note change in the advertisement of H F Pieratt Co and if you wont godI Curtis Pierutt left this morning with the intention of enlisting in the regular army John W Craven of Rothwell was in town Saturday and Sundry Toiivor Topics- O W McNabb 5ill on the sick list Frank Catron has again gone to Illi noisDudley Patrick of Mngoflin county passed through here Sunday E Morton Pieratt of Muytown teems to have a hankering in this neighborhood H A Mnnnin nnd wife lice returned from a short visit with friends and rela tires in Morgan aunty John Swango has im employed to teach the Big Branch school this yoir beginning July 19 July 18 SiiiNhit Daysboro Doings Mr and Mrs Ernest FWns were vis SundaytOur your drummer friends Will Col yin of Mt Sterling was in town Mon dayAleck Nickcllj went to Lacy creek Sun dry to take dinner with Mrs Emma Trimble nod to hear Severn whistle Mr and Mrs Logan Nickell and Miles Fallen of Lacy creek were visiting their brother in IawJohn H Brpoks Saturday and Sunday Now if any of the good people of Dayi bore fail to sea their name in any of the letters from this place dont tM11t we Lire slighting you we can only get part IKXXZX1X7ZZhZXXXxr li I Jr PIEAToiy THH 0 ORIGINATOR 0 UF LOW rPRICHS 015 V III HAZEL BEEN KWjr We invite the attention of the public to our CiIOIHIardepartment It is now coin and we say without fear of contradiction or the defiance of our competitors Mat we can and will sell you your CLOTHING FOR LESS MONEY Sthan any man in Hazel Green Wo also carry a complete line of General Merchan disc which we will sell as low as any man EastOof all doctors and the people generally STADLIJforany to stop with us Parties conveyed to any point in Eastern Kentucky Also Agents for Torrent Campton and Hazel Green Telephone Co When in need of anything in our line dont forget the place J J3I t 5 r all our customers for their liberal patronage we remain 1111Tlul1lking Respectfully M JiL Salesman ja 3E1 JPHSXEAIO OO yn X W of the news You may see your name I in the next letter I Sum Hounshcll and Miss Kiddie Leo of Hazel Green passed through thin place Sunday going to the foot wash- ingi on Grassy mid we understand that Miss Kiddie will noon move to White Oak Dont let her go Snug John W Taulhec hits been granted IIII state teachers certificate i suppose we can call him professor now He seems stayitJohn He never smiled again I Sam Wilson the pointer and ready writer of poetry for Till HniAl tII parsed through Daysboro Sunday in company with a blushing beauty Miss Instine 1nippslacfaoe her charm As well define Tin run nroiim of oM wine Or jilsiuk with cold bulimic art The leaves thus form a rose apart May her sweet example of love road devotion abide till time shall dissolve In the purplingi tintsI of morning eternal I in the heavens is the Irish of July IS CIIAUUI Of the seventeen counties in this the Tenth congressional district in anly four counties HO fur as heard from were I meetings held Saturday to send delegates iI IIn the gold convention at Louisville The four aunties arc Montgomery OlltIgomerythat there will be thick ice at the No vember election Sentinel Democrat For the first time in history n general census hits brew taken of the population of the Russian empire which is shown to number 120211118 of which G1G1G 280 are males and G1894833 females It required 150000 persons three months to complete the census and iis regarded as a great achievement considering the territory covered and the illiteracy of the population W H Hopkins who lute recently been TIDIhis new home on lust Saturday Ills wife who will spend a short time with friends In this city will soon joint him We wish for him nod Mr Day much success Mt Sterling AdocateI WONDERFUL the cures by nnd yet they are simple and natural Hoods Salsa parllla makes PURE BLOOD FOR SALE Nineteen 19 Shares Torrent and Hazel Green Telephone StockIleferonces lilra1lIChristopher Hollon Sllomnn Scalshcrry Combs who are a majority ot the Directors and iu a position to explain to any one wishing i to buy how well the company is managed J T DAY NEW MILLINERY I iMRS S B KASH Fashionable Milliner iauIS NOW IN HAZEL GREEN with n lull line of the latest and newest styles of Millinery Good at the lowest prices and asks the la I dies to await her coming before making their spring purchases I NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES J 4 d l t I II The Beit and Cneapest Schdal Eastern Kentucky ii i 0 0MaT1NORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY JOlt Session nWoosag 80Dt 1 1897 Full Courses Sustained in Every Department Collegiate Preparatory Normal Business and Bible Thorough Work is Required in all Studies Pursued The Expenses are as Low as Possible 00Tuition00Tuitionaud1ypewrfting 3000ForFor Catalog nail further Information write to WM H CORD Principal HAZEL GREEN KYr THE EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIIIITION OF HAZEL GREEN FAIR DRIVING PARK Me a ASSOCIATIONI I rWill be held at their grounds September 7th 8th 9th and 10th 1897 1800 Spot OaIi ProxtiitiintsH q A Fair Distinctively for 1897 DAILY BALLOON ASCENSION r Every Feature ot Former Yean THE DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND will embrace tllcclrucnlofcr MANY NEW SIGHTS AND SCENEStery YOUR 4 PROSPERITY ADVANCED SEVERAL RACES EACH DAY BY ATTKXDiyq UNEXPECTED PLEASURES await those who attend DISTINCTIVELY AGRICULTURAL In every method nnd feature I BOUNTIFUL + PREMIUMS + A+SIJPERn+D ND+ OF+ tUSJrO IwJl contribute to the pleasure nid entertainment of Visitors to the Fair f SceyITRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY o CAIITAL 200000 SURPLUS 180000 0 J M niOBTAFF Prevlilent 0 L KIKKPATIUCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0Werespectfully solicit the bulnlI ormer chants Airmen traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky A general Banking business done Give us a chance to send you n bank book mr your checks and loan you money when In need vtV TJIOMPSOK Cashier winonestol Bank WINCHESTER KY f N n WITIIfiKSPOON President H D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of tser ohints farmers traders and business yea generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers Its customerrevery facility aJthe mot liberal terms within the limitteet legitimate banking oetl8ly THE HERALD 1 a year Subscribe Now onjN N Y- I i i f II Yci BiliousnessIsWon and ptnnlt food to ferment n d putrttyln the stomach Then follow dlzzlnoss headache 61J i tMtomln nervousness and Hfiot retlflTfd billons fever eR blood poisoning floods 11111 sUauJAe tho stomach Pillsrouse the flyer cure h daee dlltln6u eon elruulltJ1M pI1 STATE SIFTINGS rnhInlflhIrffrrrrHlHlTlllIFnhIuDhJEIMillhlrUJWlCynthiana r theNMinters association 8iloaja church In Greenup county was struck by lightning recently and completely wrecked I stOfticereuro in Cdyington They wont toll wha they are searching for jTno horses were killed and many persona shocked during a thunder storm at a picnic in Greenup county the other dry The corpse of n woman was excavated by some workmen at tho electric jxwor houjo in Henderson Tho face was wellI preserved Dr A D James the new United lallt4ecklnndpint two negro deputies Somo sneak thief entered tho busincM office of tho Murray Ledger during tho Absence of tho editor and robbed the safe bin small amount of money 4Dnn Curry who shot and killed Johni Cbrley at Corbin June 21 wns lickI without bail at his examining trial an pluceil lnYIIIlaulaburg jail Governor Bradley after taking a months mention in tho roountnins of FrankfortIoinui hi f whiskers mill resuuird hit duties Tii tho case of John Dugan for mur dering John C Colsoti at Middlcsbaro si few months since tho grand jury re Dugani1thi During tho month of mite Acting Governor pArdOllllifnughtcr and seventeen for other ollen ses Ho restored fortyseven to citizen ahlp j Ncr IIHUboro tho 10 yoar old sou of J H fell from d1 nnrttuckjahInwound is serious lint tho Httlo follow Way recover fifthWhIle n circus bear was being 1 led through tho streets of Corbin a ll1 yea old boy was attacked anti a largo piece of flesh torn from his log by tho bear Damage suit and attachment against tile circus proprietors wero instituted rAt iwcnton In the suit of J W lirumback against John Williams his fAther in law for 10000 tho jury returned a verdict for tho defendant tnktngIllschild away from him A queer lawsuit is on hand In Mercer annoyedbybor and one day recently ho caught the animal and hitched it to n tree a bolt of lightning struck tho tree and killed tile horse and tho owner IIs suing for iits value Tho humane society of Lexington has been buying worthless cur dogs drugging them with chloroform and burying them In an open field Three of them had only been put partially asleep and when they wokn up dug their way out Rod wore knocked in tho head with a club by tbo grave digger Tho largest wheat grower iIn Tri Eg county is 1r1 J Gaines of Montgom cry says tho Telephone lie had in 1100 acres nud used 72P pounds of twine run four binders and saved it nil in fiuo con dition It la tho largest crop over raised by one man in the country and reason ably estimated at 12000 bushqls Tbo fourth of July picnic at Clay City was celebrated with a killing in which Herbert M Brown n Stanton attorney was shot by Officer Francis Blytho The trouble arose over the arrest of William Uardwlck wLwiu Blytlie Lad arrwted ry fercrcatiDc a disturbance and whom Brown tried to take from the officer 0Anut1the Heat In Corlnngttunand dldl in the lockup The patrol wagon wnt sum moncd an tprl3ceededwith hint to tho hospital but on the way h bQcmne vlo lent and those in charge took him to the police station where he was locked up M drunk and disorderly The unfortu nato man had not been long behind the bare before ho died A strAnge phenomenon occurred at Berry during A recent storm Some thing was beard to fall heavily on too house of a citizen which oninve ligatiou proved to be a largo turtle that had fat len from tho clouds It was cleaned and cooked and those who partook of the dish pronounced excellent This is no fish story aa it was JoJd teul by a preacher Corinth Independent N s Ray went flshlng last week and instead of catching any fish and giving Inn fish story when he got back ho un bosomed himself of a story quite a- artling as any fish story He stya that Marlon Vanderpool and wife living partsilts of twentysix children the youngest being almut lira years old The couple arp bout CO yeara anddiave been married 11 years and the wife has never given birth to twins triplets quartets n quintets1 Most of the children are ltv ing Corbin News Reasoni Why Chamberlains Coli ChoIera and DiarrboDi Remedy Is the Beat 1 Because it affords almost instant re tlief in caso of pain in the stomach colicl soft cholera morons t 2 Because it is tho only remedy that novor falls in tho most severe cases o dysentery lull diarrhrea 3 Bccausg it Iis the only remedy tha will cute chronic diarrluun i Because it is tho only remedy tha will prevent bilious colic o Because it Is tho only remedy th dwill cure epidemical dysentery 0 Because it is tho only remedy that can always bo depended upon in cases off cholera infiintum 7 Itacauao it is tho most prompt and11 most reliable medicine in use for bowel1 complaints 8 Because it produces no bad result 01 BecatiHo it is pleasant and safe to take 10 Hccaiirio it hits saved the lives olr more people than toy other medicine in tho world Tho 2r rued f0c sizes for sale by J T Dty Hazel Green Those young follow who stood iin front of the poUolfico to show their shape and those who stand sneaking near tho church doqr or sellout house door to tort ocatch a glimpse or catch oira you start for homo lire not the ones you should marry They will dofor you to ruin yourself with or to split your repu lotion on but boys who have the stuffin I them that makes moral lovers and de serving husbands dont do things that airm than rubbing hair oil marls from tho bet dross you wear or doing doubt work in otter years for your hoard be scarco with outdoor waiters The young man who catches his girl outdoors goner ally leaves her thorn when ho is through with his little game Tho young man who expects to have n homo always goes in tho house and docs tho moots sensible thing noel you will bo better otfto roo member it Winchester Democrat Lest summer ono of our graudchil drew was sick with a severe bowel troub lc says Sirs 15 O Gregory of Frcdcr Ickstown Mo Our doctors remedies had failed then we tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and tiarrha Remedy which gays very speedy relief For solo by J T lay- Kentucky Fair Dates Lancaster July 1GTwo days Versailles July WFour days Richmond July 29 Four days Danville August tltour doss Lebanon August 10 Thrco days Lawrenceburg August lilourdays Elizabothtown August IiIour days Shelby vllle August IFour days ShophordavlUc August 21 Fourdays Madlsonville August 26Four days Bardstown August 31Else day + Barbourville September IThrco days Vaducali September ilour days Horde Cave September iFour days Bowling Green September SFour days Eminence September SFour days Winchester September 18Threo days HAZEL GIltiEN September 7 Four doss Glasgow September 15Four days Mofganfield October iFive days NOW TO FIND OUT slasswitltunijofind1 i Iroent or settling indicates n diseased orlurinoaG1 i aey aroublii rue frequra idcaro fe urinate of pain In the back to aim coj t vlncing proofjthat too kidneys und blld- der Ire oat 1f order J WHAT TO DO There in comfort in the knowledge so often expressed thAt Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the bnqky kidneys tHver bladderI nnd every part of the atinlirypassagea It corrects inabil ity U huM urine and scalding polo in passing it or bud effects following use ef liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleaaaat noceesity of being compelled to got up maps times during the night to urinate The mild noel the oxtrnordi nary effect of Swamp Root Iis soon real lbed It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need u medicine you should have tho lest Sold by druggist price fifty ceuta and one dollar Fur a wimple bot flu and pamphlet both sent free by mall mention TIIK HAXKI Gn KEN ITiuAU ndacna your full pustofiico adlfC1I to- Ur Kilmer Jc Co llinghampton N Y Tho proprietors of this paper guarantee efierrTo make sawing with crosscut saw easier noel more speedy for one man alone without removing tho handles take n flexible polo about 1 inch in dlam eter and about 14 inches longer than the saw split too ends a little then by bend ing tho polo slip the ends on the saw thefsaw steady and you can handle it like a bucksnW I fix atftplendid device The other end does not tiettstring around the ends of the pole totkeep it from splitting to far bllckA- T Mow in Practical former Work for Boys and Girls Our hustling young renders should write at once to the publishers of 1cnn sylvania Grit for an regency for the paper Besides the regular commission on each paper hold prizes of watches books jewelry typewriters cameras etc lire given for extra work Grit is a big clean illustrated family newspaper read and enjoyed by a half million people each week A postal card addressed Grit Publishing Company Williamsport Pa will bring full particulars anda catalogue of priors Grit iis a welcome visitor to this office You may hunt the world over and you will not find soother medicine equal to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhaa Hemedy for bowel complaints It is pleasant safe noel reliable For solo byJT nay If you get wrong if you grow weary and faint if you are downcast and die cuuragcd if you have done wrong and want to start aright if you have not paid your subscription and feel mean over it if you have helped starve the editor yes if you have storied noel come short of duty read TUB HEUAID a paper good for all the evils that exist and all will be right I Now is the time to subscribe for Tim HKHAII only 1 a year in advance surestwayHoney A guaranteed cough rein nUothenbetterRelabranlll IIMIII the lungs and rllIlrll thewholeDR BELLS PineTarHoney Ll1eallnRVIrUIt1tlnutriedextracted by a now SCfAtpoarelrtfn L z fUUriul said r rau1 xy TRAINING AND FEED STABLE r1a mitt 1 onhJJldsl1l forafewLIl 3 E EN carefuldrivorsh l timoPorsonsoitherRothwellploasureinFOR ALL OF v r4 t i 1 i i i 9 = iI CALL THE HERALD OFFICE IfALL WOMEN I JmMnmts of all the pain- andsicknessfrom which women suffer Is caused by watknesa or derangement In the organs of- menatruatIon Nearly always Iawhen a woman Is not well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman Is very seldom sick Mnl M4 EEsrdf rdui Is regulatlonIt cures all female troubles It Inhermestic and maternal and periodknown anbenefitted 0speetjdirsymptomtht DeputmentThenoofi Teen 1JIJ TH3S J COOPER Tupelo Miss Itytl My sister suffered from very Irregular and painful menstruation and doctors could not rollove her Wine ol Cardul myother HOWARD STAMPER A ATrouxEYATLA- CAMITON w KY Will practice in the court of Wolfe and tbe adjoining counties All business entrusted to ou care will receive prompt attention WT COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERSr WnolasaIae Grocers MT STERLING KY FLOYD BYRD A Campton K- yATTORNEYATLAW tr Abstracts of title furnished collec stone made and prompt returns guaranteed DayItWJ SEITZ WITH W M KERR CO IODDKHS IM Hardware Agricultural Im lemonts O T AGENTS HUSTLER WrlRhlMt and host paper puhlisled for ngtii todateSItrJ nextGo4 line nd two times for 50c cash Or 100 prepaidandI AddressAorNTS FIFTY DOLLARS A WEEK Kaslly made Agents wanted in every lo onlyhmkever produced Agents are taking as nanny fntudnlellt C0MIANYPubllshero1311 Also for the Convonionco and HI thoDaya firstclnfls Livory Stable whore 1 will keep Buggies Saddle Horses timesPersonsthorn at Torrent can telephone me and have any desired vehicle or saddle horso nromutlv I will nlll KINDS it ii m m AT I cares IRONTON I Lexington and Eastern RaiiuyCO Time Table in Effect ray 16 1197 WEST BOUND No5STATIONSI rop fon1allyI nitLexingtonI Avon 9 24 pmlag t I pmWlnchcsterpmFuirlieI pm oho BlastClayfiarllIilsonI this1uudncamAutlentTorrentamBenttycI edet I amIt I amIi C amJllcli t1 Jt EAST BOUNDen do 6STATIONSI I ei Daily ISundaythiI onlII cherAvoniniWinchesterIltilliFnirlicIndianI Fliln 3 40 pin 0 M am l 8 56 amatCluy City 3 58 pin 9 27 am 9 10 am onda Stanton 4 OS pro 9 3d nor 11 20 am Filson 4 21 pm 9 4W run 11 51 sin Emrr pmNutpmTorrentI nun pmHeuttyvopmThreeFks1 The pmAtholi theJacksonj NOR 1 nod 2 arrive and depart from r Two frdgbtrnlllllurle rougl J It IIAKH e set- GeuilI Mdungcr ouldCIIASbe I A DI RIPANS tkof I r In Packed Without 01toperi TPN FOR FIVE htnUhl LtCAlIJIJ unlTTTMl modern demAnd tor a low price IJfdtilDeIfboifoi R lingIndurerrepl 0thmatterrunt will I The I rivccnt Mekts 1all1 t lit I to thetmodaarwtlahd4riatl aIIoUMlla + I ton for 10 eanuhr ninft li rent 12ibsenril ht rartonO tnI 3Sb1IDAn fnrt- 7Aooo cTI- IJeanou I for nul U enr forii j100 CUb with tha elder In ery eaa aa Irtlght or exprrn ctuuvn at Uta Lujrcri cot n E hit W LLIStI- I t WjIEELEH rstithu end HAZEL GREEN KY my Blacksmiths and Wagonmakefs y Ok Having leased the PieFrankpurchnned n new and d Isunitilhnr tiedemost rtii uiiiiiiic rates Give us a call andelin trial Rexped fully chUrW0111J WIIKKLEH i- Cy YOUR FORTUNE n I Alrrntlhrenptle W htOI1N115LtN8l 1 3ubleaUatESrutTtILItiiIU ue tVnndrrnl In ItnT Forerad e I Aethmnffartily OX11 et fiUfX mtcoatiCtBHJIiS VHIU CO 1UCM1KS 1SU t SII9 rplJPhysician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY t y c Surgery nod obstetrics nllpccll1tI f