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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 4 t Ii i B 3 S ii j V11 HE HAZEL GREEN HEIt H LD MekaM1it4 1rCn J 1 Established March 4 1885 MadoFamouB in the Story of It Jonathan and His Continent by Max OHellu u 4 COOPER Owner and EditorPENCE Of a Nwltjr TTorW F d With News rroa All Nation Lumbrltir wt Hl Bunk M IOOI A YEAR Alway In AdVanats THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 51807 NUMBER 19 + jI theejj And joy be ever near Could I but climb fumes lofty height And shine where bards have shone Moon the mount there I would write god bless you and your home S 1V efTtlallanaGnJ tvSelflshnoss The religion of the Lord Jesus Christ IB constant opposition to soifishnass rarely that one cnn bo found among Jbwtand most cultured of the world to unselfishly will do for another more iuhe will do for himself If he rises Jo level of the golden rule lie is sat lifed No homage is so general as that Uh man renders to self We seek to- gegata to the shades the idol worship ef iathendom and console ourselell- tkt we have far outgrown the heathen jttiiis particular but men are idol wor1 Mfrs now as then Then the devotee Ifeired down to his own works now ho felja the knee and cringes to himself IffBthe disciples disputed about who tUdifbe the greatest and the incident recorded In Murk exhibiting the two formsIn which selfishness appears The- oelpies were good men of4ike passion with us They were good men but had such self They were sons of Adam toil thought nothing too good for them itJTM They were in Christs service jbdulgingl in a temper which hardens the heart grieves the spirit kills brotherly tyre and ruins many n soul There is tardy any temptation that is as hard i to resist as self Paul says We then that are strong ought to bear tho infirm jtifsol tho weak and not to please our jelres As Christians wo can grow in jjjrice About the year 59 Paul says I tarn not worthy to be called an apostle Later be said It is worthy of all ac t ceplions that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners of whom I am cbief1 So wo see Christ was not selfish In any wise when ho was HO good to giver bit life for us poor sinful creatures and fie was an example for us Therefore Bought not to be selfish but follow the lord as our example R W The Cosmopolitan for August With five delightful stories in the judgethatIng in midsummer but n second glance chows that it contains as well much of bytheCosmopolitan to India tells a tale the nppearedinsecond hand accounts of great famines dlstinctuCSIJhleh firstlandmillionsstarving Many of them in sight of the railways I Jfo American can form any idea of the IndiaJu dySsI a an American investigation ef the condition reportx111civiljjedparliamentallofextraordinarytheseunfortunatemillionsPreMdent furnishesthisTien a cbnsulerntlon of the ques EducationIducate LdberalTermAT charmglStageso4PoreurGahhIennesNew asketchmost wonderful crusaderIodfrey byecontentsofCosmopolitanThe 0lorarrest and unuowho went to the house ofGceen Garrett in onWIDtang of December 7 1896 and lu others shot Thos Ilarnott wounding berlaln8 I- 1a a DiarRemedyltef1Or sale by J T Day M y To IIKU goes my pension is the way a prominent Republican of this suction said when Clove In 1 Gourloyjudgingia that Whoolor and Patrick snugly ensconsed on an island of safety view tho situation complacently with tho thought perhaps Now youre boss lets see you land her And there aro lots of others who would like to see him land Alasl his craft is doomed and over the falls thoy go Goodbye Gourloy1 Farewell Hurst1 Fair Directory Meeting On Saturday last there was n meeting of the fair directors at tho fair grounds at which was present the entire directory excepting the president Messrs Vansant and Lykins being present by proxies held by the secretary The minutes of pre vious meeting were read find approved The fair situation was then discussed in detail each member having cheering in formation to give respecting the outlook When all had made their statements every timid hope was dispelled and confidence no relation of Miss Confidence in tho success of tho fair was very appa rent New work was laid out and will be vigorously pushed After the meet ing of the directors the committee on arrangements all being present Mr Ly kins by proxy held by secretary met and made report The secretary made report of what ho had done relative to privileges to be operated during the fnirI He recited tho privileges ho lend disposed of gave names of purchasers and amount obtained for them The other commit teemen approved of tho secretarys ac tion and ho was authorized to negotiate the sale of all other privileges yet to bo let The committee next took up the track work necessary to putting it in first class condition for the fair A brief discussion of this matter and tho contract embracing it was done and then the question was laid over until next meeting when decisive action will betaken N L WARE Secy Fair Notes By comparison it is found that tho sale of fair privileges this year exceed those of last year from 2 to 7 respect ively This is a good indication that the public expect the best fair this year that has ever been held hero Lon Clark and Taulbee have actually bought the lemonade privilege and Eddy 0 will run it Five entries to tho three Mass races have been made The secretary already has the promise of enough horses to fill every race It appears that tho Hazel Green fair is known away down south in Georgia W H Styles of Malboue that state has written for catalogue and expressed his intention to bring horses lucre to race Caldwell Norton of Louisville will probably bo hero with a pacer that can show his heels to a whirlwind if ho is allowed a good start on the whirlwind It is exceedingly probable that the best band in Kentucky will furnish the music at our fair There is nothing upon earth that can so delight the ear and warm lithe cockles of tho heart half so well as sweet trains of delicious music Over 300 fair catalogues have been sent out by Secretary Ware and more are being distributed fast as possible We heard two men who live in this community say n few days ago that any kindof music would suit tho people who may attend our fair In our opin ion this was uncalled for slander of an intelligent people While it is true that they have never had tho best music at our fair still this is not tIe least proof that they can not tell good from bad music Let them be tried before con victing them gentlemen Lindsay Ware fits the position of fair secretary like baber on do vall lie understands his duties and does them promptly and pleasantly Bright new illuminated posters an nouncing tho advent of the Hazel Green fair on September 7 8 9 and 10 wore posted around the country yesterday by Secretary Ware assisted by Mort Swan go Now let the boom commence It is always gratifying to receive testi monials for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhron Remedy and when the endorsement Is from a physlcion it it es pecially as There is no more satisfac tory or effective remedy than Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy writes Dr R E Roby phy sician and pharmacist of Olney Mo and as ho has used the Remedy In his own family nnd sold it in his drug store for six years ho should certainly know For sale by J T Day Roger Parsons Shoots Green Butler Last evening about 8 oclock Roger Parsons shot and perhaps fatally wound ed Green Butler Butler is u brotherin law of Parsons Tho shooting occurred in Walter Harpers saloon on S Mays villa street Parsons says that Butler has been of Into treating his sister very badly and last evening Butler camo home and began his abuse on her again Butler and myself met in the saloon and Butler started behind thcbar after n gun when I fired Butler says that Charles Parsons a brother of Roger who was present when the shooting took place snapped pistol three times in his Butlers face in front of Mrs Halls boarding house and that ho turned and walked up the street to Harpers and was shot by Parsons as he Butler was entering the front deer of the saloon Both of the young Parsons live near Carlisle and nro sons of T W Parsons of this city and were residents hero un til tho past two years Parsons was arrested bye George 0 Eastin and turned over to Jailer How ard Butler is shot in the back just to the right of the spine nail is probably fatally wounded Tho pistol was a 38 calibre Sentinel Democrat Butler had been in Hazel Green for the past two months in the employ of J Taylor Day and left on Sunday last for Mt Sterling RUTUTON KY July 30 1897 EDITOR HKUALD Please find enclosed 1 to renew my subscription for the dear old HKRALD as we cannot do without it Well I will give you the prices of a few things Corn is 2 ber barrel and wheat CO and 65 cents a bushel Corn crops look well in Madison Calves aro in good demand I sold G calves for 85 Hogs aro f8 per hundred Miss Rosa Elswisk nnd her sister Miss Clara are visiting their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Burton in Clark county near Mt Sterling and will be gone three weeks Yours truly WM VINCI4 Chow Kato Gravely Tobacco the only PURE Tobacco sold I THEIR OFFERING TO MAMMON J e I aS i l J nwf f s p L L t 7 f CAMITON Kv Aug 2 189f Abou twentyeight years ago ea Stillwatcr crook Wolfe count Kentucky a male child was born of poor but respectable parentage I imagine that at his birth the stars sang together aad all the sons of Godshouted for joy As the days passed by into the dead and funeral past the child grow and soon be camo a favorite with everybody Ills mother as she looked lovingly into his sparkling eyea and beheld his roy dim pled cheeks did not know thntJio would reach manhoods years and bo the pride of the highland clans My countrymen the one to whom I refer is A T Combs the one galluscd boy and the Democratic countyElectthat look eternal by the streams that flow forever and by the diamond stars that wander unwearied through the finite dome that no poor mans cow will ever bo sold for taxes while ho is sheriff I am proud to say that Wolfe county in maybemanhood of Wolfocounty but the horny handed sons of toil will rally around tho standard of tho ono gallused boy and carry his banner to victory I urn glad to live in a country like this where Showers bloom luxuriantly whore the birds sing their sweetest songs and where our brows are fanned by the golden zephyrs of freedom whore tho humblest citizen has as much right to cast A free and independent ballot as the millionaire that almost shakes then earth with his tread Our forefathers purchased this glorious freedom for us with their hearts best blood amid tho cannons deafening roar nod the lightning Hash of glittering bayonets and we aro going to assert sue manhood both Democrats and KopublU cans by voting for tho ono gallused boy for sheriff When the glorious news of his election floats oer hill and dale until it is wafted heavenward on angolia pinions God Almighty sitting upon his majestic throne in the heavens will proclaim in thunder tones The one gal hued boy wins and Wolfe county is safe SUITIK JACK Duel Green Academy To parents who have children to edu Cato within u radius of five miles of Ha zel Green academy Lot mo call your attention to some+ Cling worthy of your consideration Do you want to give your boys and girls n goodeducation Then enroll them in our school at tho beginning of tho ses sion September 1 It will be to your advantage and theirs to keep them heroefor eight or ten months in the year Their progress will be much more saute factory than if they enroll in two schools within that tine They may cosily come from home to school every day You havo horses and mules they can ride and you can rent stable room reasonably You can probably pay their tuition in produce from your farms I would be glad to see any parents who would Jlkelto make such an arrangement for tho session beginning on the first day of Sep tember Wo can use green and dried fruits potatoes corn hay oats molasses beeves on tul boarShouldLion or you have any of these nnd want to educate your children u in this way lot mo know Very respectfully s WM H Conn Principal Hazel Green July 21 1897 latenulional Monetary Conference Official information just received in Washington indicates that Great Britain will consent to join in an international monetary conference to be held in that city next winter Though Great Britain has not yet made an official response to tho proposition of the United States en TOY an intimation has been given to representatives of title government that England will soon consent to participate in an isternational conference in Wash t ington This report comes through offi cial channels Reports received froat the special envoys also state that France practically accepted the proposal to jolt in a conference and Abide by Its rMuUs provided Great Britain could be IndlleedJto do likewisefi t ElCFCT and perlnaneft are thus rcure by Moods SUHpArilla 1- MMM It makes pure rMhMIUar life ma JwAlUigivh BLOOD uUAi i 611 tf r l =r i A i i fo j1RgMW HEMLB tilipgx11A OfORB Itlit WHAZEL GREEN KY I THURSDAY August 6 1697 E ANNOUNCEMENTS r For lK Iatrat I We are nulhorlreil to announce WoOH BLANKENSIIIP HI a candidate for lsKIII hate in the Pint MnpUterlnlI Ul a jeet only to the voice of the people at the i tovernbenelectiou1891tirveyor Cttnrtr j y We are authorized to annnune JAMES S 1IAL8KY H a candidate for County tiur veyor of Morgan county subject to the de clilon of the voters nt the Novcwbw 1607 election 4 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk of Court of Appeal SAM J BHACKKLFORD lUvkn For Circuit Judge n 11 UKDWINK of HreaUiitt For Commonwealths Attorney A FIlYllDof Wolfe j For Iteprcicntuttre ILI A D PIKKATT of Morass r For County Judg- eGTCINTIatV J For County Attorney k A II STAMPER r For Circuit Clerk i J F VAN3ANT k t For County Clerk 81IA8 TUTT For Sheriff j ATCOMJW t For Jolter I W C011115 k forAsieioor n W 8ALLKE For County Su erintumliiit of iSdiooU J W TAUIUEE For Coroner JI F 8 AMPhK For Surveyor E J CUEECH yr First MngUtcrinl District Justice of the ItlIceJ n JIOSKI GOIIlnlJleSII STIlt OILMAN Stcoiid Mnglttcrlnl DUtrtct I Justice of the PcnecP 11 UGG CoimtnbloJH DRAKE Third MngUtctlul District t Imtlec of the Pence PIIE6S HOLLOS Constable W HOSE I f Uho Democrats of Wolfo county are Qioreby called to meet at their rcHocctivc M tx voting precinct on Saturday the till day of September 18l 7 nt 1 oclock p in to select delegates to attend the county convention nt Campion on Mont play September C to send delegates to the convention ot Hazel nIreon Ky onI Monday September 13 1897 to nominate a candidate for senator in this tit 24th senatorial district Each precinct will be entitled to one vote for every f0 vstos cast for Bryan in 18M and ono vote for each fraction vote over 25 Each candidate will be entitled to hit strength in each precinct nnd a certificate ectthig i forth this fact be signed by the chair man and wcretary of the county conven s tion irUeh will bo carried up to tho general convention nt Hazel Green on September 18 Precinct meetings will bo called by tbo chairman of the respective precinct 1 committees and in his absence by someone authorized by him and in case na ono IIn BO authorized then by any good Democrat K T KABIT Chm Wolfo Co Dem Com I Quo of the most successful merchants iu the country rays it takes from two to three years persistent advertising to edu cute the public but when you do and your article is good you will find that your competitors have uphill work against you Give this your f consideration Advertising by fits starts may do some good but by keeping everlastingly it you aro sure to knock the persimmon If you make specialty of any branch of the business then ad vertise that ono thing constantly and well and snake a proper display in your vatore D at try to advertise everything ia tile store aniMe YOU out spend time J N4 mover to advertise all thereujhly tH well 4- ht it Jung GOUBLEY we understand paintedour picture in bright vermillion at Campton the other day And fhat ho drew it fine is cvldended by the filet several have como in nod subscribed boI never subscribed before Go ahead ledge and well be obliged for nil you can say 1butI two shillin sheet Is I still in the ring 1 1 I CORRESPONDENCE t LIckburg MAGOPFINICOUNTY Localettes t Tnt HKHALD in some way does notII reach this place regularly I R M Coopers little boy is on the sick list also Mrs J M Adams A large crowd of young folks are going to Coon to church tomorrow Prof Peterman will teach our InlltlJJ tute in September if nothing prevents t Crops are looking well farmers are principally done their corn work untilI fallMrs t Dug Keith nod children are vie iting her mother ln law in this neighbor hoodMr and Mr John D Bayes have gone to Elk creek to visit tome of theirI childrenFred and Harry Williams of Johnson county visited relatires nod friends here lust week j Rev John D Bays preached in the Christian church last Sunday with one ndditiou Misses Lillio How Rhoda Cooper and others are going to call on Miss Wunnie May tonight Your scribe opened school nt this place on Monday July 2G with 80 in attendanceBro by has been holding meeting in the Christian church ut Salycrsvillo for the past two weeks John D Bays sold ten yearlings to Mr Picratt of Kzel the other day The price paid was = 157r 0 Mr mid Mrs J T Day of Caney mode n visit to her pnrcntH and other relatives in this vicinity the other day line cattle merchants of this place have gone to some of the upper counties to buy stock A few have returned and say the prices are too high July 21 J P S MORGAN COUNTY Sollars Sunshine Threshing wheat in tho order of the dayYe Rcribo was awry from home last weekso no letter Itev A B Stamper took dinner with J Miles Nickcll Sunday Mrs Triimbo Nickell and Miss Iula Jones attended church at Leo City Sun dayMrs Jnno Long and Nancy Amyx went to Hazel Green on n shopping ex pedition Monday- Thomas Rnsnic nnd Nelson Chnney sr returned from Pike county n few days ago with 20 head of cattle rG C Byrd who is teaching school in tho Calaboose panned through hero Sunday en route to his school August 1 MOUNTAIN BOY Consolation Chat liov Dr Gcvcdon preached nt this place lost Sunday Quite a crowd from this neighborhood went to a trial nt Coxs mill last Monday Hiram Dlaukenehlps little daughter who baa been very sick is some better Owing to the sickness nf our teacher Miss Minnie Day E O Taulbce was professor Monday Miss Stella Rose passed through here mat week en route to see little Kelly Pack who is still very sick School has been crowded this week oven CO in attendance Larger house or more air is the cry of the school chit then August 3 NYM JUIllfdaughter aro both down sick The weather is so hot that tho people in the Jambs are resting in the shade Tho littleboy of Wm Pack on Grassy is net expected to UfO Brain trouble Crop aro looking fine and from the present indications there will be plenty ratted We have been abtent for tie last two I I Cherries IAre RiDe 1iIr99911 CC- I CrI TIT with us and theres nothing to be done but the plucking for we offer bargains more tempting jI thou the finest cherries you ever saw We have to offer two bites at these cherries as one will ji Ift t boughtforI t The First Bite I in 200 mens fine all wool suits in Clay Worsteds Cheviots and Bannockburn two and three button cutaways in blues and blacks swell tailoring in every garment and lined with sups rior farmers satin We have never sold these goods for less than 12 15 and 18 and not one c 1 1urthem cost us less than f12 wholesale but you can pluck one for 999 Now Pluck tt er Bites IOth1 I are offered in 200 mens Moleskin Pants at 45c a pair elsewhere theyll cost von 75c I OftA mens blue Cottonade pants at Hc They willcost you 7fjc Itt any other store 200 mens Linen punts nt 75c a pair und youll have to pay 1160 for them for them any I where else in the world We have them in some beautiful patterns and theyll wash as well l I1 1nilI u shirt nnd wear like iron I Of course you know what all these goods are without further description but will add that theyre all new 1 t goodsNow PluckII n Louis 8 Gus Strans I I U THE PIONEER CLOTHIERS IIi LEXXNGTON HY III weeks nnd could not give the news fromI the Jambll The people throughout Menefee are dying with typhoid fever More sickness than we ever heard of throughou all the mountain counties onI The family of Logan Murphy Greasy is still down with fever his oldest son Willie being dangerously ill There arc four of the family down in the wane houre H D Adams and Wm H Dellusl conducted n weeks meeting nt Lickhij Union in Bath county and the service were well attended day and night Tin church at that place hat been cold for sometime owing to the recent public works but they were aroused to activity employed a pastor nnd the prospects fire fine for u strong congregation Your scribe host just returned from a tour through Meuefee Bath and Rownr counties nnd finds the outlook splendid for the farmers and was told that through Mcnefeo corn crops ore except ionally fine We passed down Benyei creek to Licking Union through that part where the Eaton lumber company in at work nnd we had no conception that there was near so much business curried on as is There are three or font hundred hands employed Quite a bust ness place tit Yale where the company 11 mill and store is situated On last Monday morning near thc house of Joe Adams on Beaver a mat by tho name fir Church Lovely and a young man by the name of Denton were Involved in n difficulty find Lovely struck Denton across the head with n frow handle nnd before he could repent the blow young Denton struck him three times with a dagger severing his thumb and cutting an artery onco through the muscle of the arm and onco in the bark We left before tho doctor came but from tho best information we could get the chunchcs are aguinnt tho wounded Mans recovery Denton gavo himself up to tho authorities and was released on bondAugust 1 TIUHR In order to give our readers an unbi ascd idea of who constituted the Louis vile convention we name a few of Its lenders It was called to order by ex Speaker Carroll j it wait presided over temporarily by exJudge Sims j its permanent chairman was ex Secretary Car lisle j exGovernor Buckner nominated ex LieuL Governor Hindman j it was ad dressed by exCongressmen Wattenuu and Brcckenridge j exCircuit Clerk Orn dorff was defeated and tbo committees were made up of ex judges ex state sen atora exrepresentatives and excnndi dates Senator Lindsay was the only real live statesman in tile bunch and he would be nn cxsenator if those who elected him could get at him Carlisle Mercury J G Trimble and his nephew Carl Jlize are expected home en Thursday from a two weeks visit to Old Point Cemfprt Washington City and Rich mond Mt Sterling Advocate w Ii ROSE DAOPRACTICAL 0 BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS ENTUCIYI 4 == 2L EKIMAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD 11AGONB WEI use the Boat Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Cull and get our pricey nnd when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patroni Nome People get only Honest Work mill be Happy IN THE HORSE SHOEING AEIAIR DEPART IEST WE employ only skilled labor every man being au artist in his 8pccialtyind your work is respectfully solicited Bollocrals Lose Another Papor A notable defection from tho organiza tion known as the national Democrats is tho Buffalo Courier Record the Buflalo Courier having been a year ago n determined upholder of it The Courier Rec ord will now havo none of the Bynum organization It is weary of the struggle of standing aloof from the party organi nation to which it has been accustomed und holding back from an alliance with the Republicans It sees clearly nt last that the issue is between the conserva tive forces represented by the Republican party and the revolution of BryanUm nnd it concludes to go in for the latter and to stand by the regular Democratic ticket Tho Courier Record advises all Democrats to support the regular nom mutton rebuke McKinleyism find settle their own differences afterward if they are found to existN Y Sun Judge Gonrley The fight was made on Judge Gourley that he was a corporation lawyer but ho won the nomination for circuit judge in the Twentythird district which shows that he is a man to suit the Republicans Now the Democrats will muko it hot for the Judge Tire HAKI Gniix HER AIl publishes the Judges pedigree accompanied by u cut at once original and unique made by Jo Sublett of Sulyers vile which shows up the judge in great shape Judge Red vino is the nominee of the Democrats nod has made a great reputation UK n jurist Tho district in close and it will be a battle ruynlScn tinel Democrat Wonderful arcthe cures by Hoodg Sarsaparilla and yet it is only because as the one true blood purifier it makes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods rthe liver and bowels act easiy1 yet promptly 25c I w FOR WATCHES I GOOD ONES at 360B- ETTER ONES at 600 +n AND UriVAICD3 i I And Watch Oo TO Repairing IIiFRED J HEINTZ 135 K Mnlu- JKXJSOTOOI KY the std AGENTSSccure our 8 COIIjI Stretcher nudTncker and canVWV your locality and surrouadisti country at once as the spring ion is dose nt hIUHne mJYWtUE StreleJt4r works ou n new principlf2 1 draws your weight with foldel J carpel carpet can be under and two thicKnww1 stretched No poundings Rera IrgeUlugdowlI nn kH Drives GO tacks per wi ffi Operator stands in ups posiliion Special price to agents for M coutaoistisleWrite at once for cartoon circular and t + to agents TllK GOUDARD do AWE 110 State street Beloit Wii t lMIS HERALD I J1 e LOCAL LACONiGSa b i I We bear that the Morgan county in mute will begin August 30 Jin S B Kaeh who baa been sick t t for several days past is better tIUS Jennie L Day ia again able te resume her duties in the school room w Rev L E Mann will preach at Elkins f chapel next SundRY morning and night- Dlr I I LI and Mrs John Caudill of Morgan I county were In town shopping on Satur i dayEugene Atkinson and Elza Tames hue both resigned their position with J T Day y Special song services at the Methodist church Thursday evening at 7 oclock All are cordiallyl invited toJ B Blake the tenor singer attended the Pine Grove meeting and his singing was enjoyed by all present H Chap Snango of White Oak neigh fcruood has been sojourning in our tows for the past few days Some of our young folks made a firing trip Saturday night to Public Square to attend the big Baptist meeting parentllti rendering valuable assistance in song rind I tprayert W G Robinson of Nicholas county expresiding elder of this district i will preach at the Methodist church t tonight Mrs P N Day and Mrs Seaborn Trimble were called to see their mother Mrs Jordon Wills at Maytown on Sat urday She is some better Incipient consumption is cured with Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Inflamma tion is alloyed and the clogging of the lungs is stopped When this is accom I plished the road to health is a straight one Get a bottle today W S Sharp of Flemingsbiirg Ky nnd Chas B Morford of Ewing Ky 1 representing the Southwestern Mutual Life association of Marshall town Iowa are stopping with Mrs Ellen hash f drinking Swango water and writing in surance The meeting at Pine Grove closed lust Sunday with nine prolcssions and nine additions to the church Rev Mills though yet in his teens preached with much power and earnestness The pas 1 tor Rev Mann is much encouraged with his work having received over over forty members into the church on his charge this year Mr and Mrs It P Dow Mr and MM G n Kennedy and Frank Hallof Paris Ky are hero enjoying the moun tain scenery and fresh air Mr Hall is just from AlaskaI where he has been liv ing for ten years If there is any one who has the Alaska fever let him visit Swango Springs nnd be cured by a fif teen minutes talk with Mr Hall t A widow lady in this town complains that tho gamin of Hazel Green arc dep- redating upon her orchard and asks that the parents of these boys keep them at home and teach thorn that it is n sin to steal especially from a widow She says she has implored and begged them to de silt and now she is dependent upon their parents to atop them For the good name of the town it is to be hoped the parents will look into the matter and atop them We had a friendly call at our sanctum yesterday morning by Misses Hattie and Ella Dwyerand Col J A Loudon They urc In our little city the guests of Mrs Ellen Kash and improving their time in investigating the beauties of our mountain scenery Mr L udon exhibits a nienster mastodons tooth which he se cured while at Blue Lick springs and Mys on his return to Tennessee he will place it on exhibition with the Shelby county exhibit at the Nashville centen vial Our friend and fellow citizen W T Swango has the prettiest bunch of cattle togethfrIncounty pounrtllTheymen say they are the most thrifty lot of youngsters they ever sawAny one desirous of buying now can eye them by Application to Mr Swango Hazel Green or at the Mt Sterling August court market They a ndeed a lovely lotaulKcribbon Btrinj df iteero as it were J+ ISI I SundayII I picnic will bo held at Bethel next SaturdayMisses I Lou Ward and Mollie Cox accompanied by H 0 Ward attended the iinstitute last weekkLoran Stamper and wife of Consola tion neighborhood were guests of Mr and Mrs W A Oldfield Sunday J F Elkins has just returned from a protracted visit to relatives and friends in Mrnefee and Montgomery counties Misses Lula and Ora Cecil passed TheyhadCampton Ye scribe attended a big meeting at Pino GroveJSunday and had a good time Much of tho love of God was manifested and dinner on the ground Rah for Supple Jack he is all o k Ho will be crowned with honor and prosperity for the vows he has made if curried out and put into effect Hurrah for the brave daring HKRALD It tells the news from all over the world It tells you how to bake your pie It tells you how to live and die Undo Hill McNabband wife have moved to their property at Hazel Green They are the best of neighbors and we take pleasure in recommending them tt the people of your town lake Tester moved into the house vacated by Mr McNabbAugust 8 SHINHK Daysboro Doings C B Amyx went to Hazel Green todayUncle Sam H Wilson went to Camp MondayHenry and Joseph Roberts went to Cumpten Monday Ponder Spencer and wife are visiting relatives in Powell county Some work is needed on tho road between this place and Hazel Green Squire J H Sebastian and Mrs Sarah Shockey went to Campton Monday Miss Fannie UeHusk of Grassy was visiting Miss Lula Tuulhcc Sunday Miss LulaTaulbee returned lust week after a pleasant visit in Brrnthitt county Misses Gallic Oney and Maud Taiilbce attended tho institute at Campton last weekHolly n Amyx who had Jail Jejr broken sometime goo is in a dangerous conditionWillie Pieratt cf Hazel Green accom partied by Miss Hattie McLin was driv lag on our beautiful streets Sunday We have never seen Willie look more pleas- Ing There was preaching at this place Sat urday and Sunday by Revs A B Stam per Hill Davis and Jus Harris How sweet it is for brethren to preach together in unity Most all tho teachers holding certiti cater attended the institute at Campton lust week Among those from here were A C Jones Mrs Alice Amyx H 01 Lacy J K Brooks H E Oney J W Taulbcc and A r Brooks While attending the institute your scribe was only one from this place that stopped at the Combs House and we wish to say that all we missed was Tin HEHALD und we dont see how anyone can run u hotel in Wolfe county and nut keep Tin HEUAID for its guests to read A hint to the wise is sufficient August 3 CHARLIE Lane Lilies D C Miller went to Campton this week on business Our corn is laved by the oats are cut and now we scrubs will go to school for the next five months J J Sewell who has been visiting his relatives in this part of Kentucky left fur his home nt Marshal Illinois on the 2Jth ult No wedding to report but if John Sewell dont quit having BO ninny private conversations with the doctor we will be expecting one soon Gold Bug spent quite a pleasant evcn- ing in Crucketeville last Sunday and did quite a lively business fora few mo ments in the way of exchanging paper etcItobert Miller who baa been visiting in the west for the last year or BO has made his return Bob Ian mixing young man and his parents and friends are glad to have him back among them Several of the young folks attended LL l All A l 7LZ ZS n B W PI11ALT 18 THU ORIGINATORS OP LOW X i PRICES u j iIJIIa D m 1 We invite the attention of the public to our cL THI cFW thedefianceyou your e J CLOTHINC FOR LESS MONEYWe 33 than any man in Hazel Green We also carry a complete line of General Merchan M disc which we will sell as low as any man c OUR DRUG DEPARTMENTii1 complete and prices unequalled in Eastiif pntroJlogeofj SPABLIJforJQ to stop with us Parties conveyed to any point in EasternnnloneKentucky CoSj r j place Q aThanking i UespectfullyITT EC JCKEJCiI Salesman II 3P XlBJCAOPO 1 CO I m PU the quarterly meeting at Antioch last Sunday Among those who went were Mitten Xeriltla Miller Effie and Loula Klkinx and Messrs Julia T Graham Iminc Miller John Sewcll James ITntton David Miller Nathan Hollon Taylor P ew ell Johathan Hollon Robert Miller and Mr and Mrs Isaac Klkins All enjoyed the trip August 3 now IH r Our friend Charley Sample and his good wife Rachel will plcie accept the thanks of thu editor nut his hotter for SOUR nice eating tipple Rut honestly the credit is nut due him or his wife The children sent UK tin apples and to thorn our thanks are due Charley and Rachel hy the way can boast of the most intercstingchildren on Lacy creek and MH ample Is justly proud of them W Cuswcll Prewitt young son cf Cliff Prewitt of this county left yester day afternoon heading for the Klondykc gold fields He expects to stay about Seattle Washington until spring and then go on to Alaska It is said that he started with 2000 He is a young man of push well educated and wo hope that he may be successful Sentinel Democrat At the ago of 10 years Harry Murphy hived n swans of bees This was 44 years ago They continued in this hive and made honey year in and year out for thirty long years before they again swarmed Mr Murphy got them safely hived again in the same gum and since that time they only swarmed twice making in all only three swarms in forty four years Henry Godsey and wife to the regret of their many friends loft Monday for Washington Mrs GnJsey will however spend a few weeks with her aunt Mrs Brent Aiken of Danville before going to tho city and Henry will bitch until she joins him Our yonng friend Ed Taut bee has ac cepted a position with H F Pieratt and to see him handling mail and measuring calico one would take him to be an old timer and to the manor born Success to you Ed and may you some day he a millionaire merchant Dr John A Taulbeo requests us to state that he has withdrawn from the race for state senator in this district and will give his reasons fur se doing in the next issue of TUB HEIUU Shellle James and Miss Belle Salyer of Hazel Green were tho guests of Mlwi Lydia Ledford last Sunday Spencer cor Mt Sterling Advocate I r M i i VNT PracticalIiPainlerII- AZEL r GREEN KY Hardwead Finish a Specialty Man Orders receive prompt attention I f i4 I U The Best and Cneapest Scbdal in Eastern Kentucky j 1 4IJJm b fIJ IIII lfIJ iJllitNORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY Joxt Session Begsi Wes esda Sept L 1897 f j Departmentj and Bible Thorough Work is Required in all Studios Pursued The Expenses are as Low as Possible HIIIUIn 00IuitiunIIJlIltlnllj and Typewriting t ooPor STor Catalog and1 further IInformation write to WM H CORD Principal fHAZEL CREEN KY F t I ItHgEIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF HAZEL GREEN FAIR DRIVINGI PARK 1 ASSOCIATIONI rWill bo held ut their grounds September 7th 8th 9th and 10th 1897 1800 Sjiot Ctefift Pirextttanick A Fair Distinctively for 1897 Every Feature ot Former Years tSO MANY NEW SIGHTS AND SCENES YOUR + PROSPERITY + ADVANCED BY ATrKN Dno- DISTINCTIVELY AGRICULTURAL In every method and feature THE OF will embrace every 1 await those I p A+ will to the aid of vlnitori to time fair y J DAY Pres N L arSend to for List and other 6 I young man or young t who success In life T1i1s being conceded It le or the first to geV t your training nt tits school that stands In the very front rank the I I TELEGRAPHYI 1 FLOYD BYRD y Abitracta of title furniihed coilee dons made find returns La lppw DAILY ASCENSION LIVE STOCK choice xiicclmcut ofYbreed SEVERAL RACES DAY UNEXPECTED PLEASURES who attend BOUNTIFUL PREMIUMS SUPEnBB ND OFISIOcontribute pleasure entertainment WARE Sccy Secretary Premium Information IA EDUCATIONJLwontsw wouldwln importance BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LouiSfilll KY BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND 11WrlttA Campton K- yATTORNEYATLAW prompt guaranteed DllYt BALLOON DISPLAY EACH TAYLOR A HOWARD STAMPER a ATrOXKIJTX CAMPION KY Will practice In the eeurtibfWlfe ti i tix adlelalegeeraWlee All ba tiieeeerlrreiatUa t9 eu rare will receive primp t oOmlNb 11t tVaVr T i i i L e i rf tS it J ir 1H tr h ITi r llverllIsJJfM MMotMMM dyspepsia headache oonitl air iptkw our stMMtch tndlgMtlon are rOrtipUy 4M4 bXrJftaCi rHIf They do then jrorlc Hoodsand Uunouulily ILeafyafter dinner pills Alt drwtRltt Pillsp Prepared by 0 I food R Co owen Mal Ttw only Pill to tAko with Hoods Banaparlll u ll1UllDuuuJuuIIIIuJ t STATE SIFTINGS rrn1 Tho wheat crop of Woodford county amounts to 700000 bushels r Jdhn Lnrkln died of hydrophobia At Paduai b JIc wee bjttcn bf a pet dog four yenra ng- Thirtyone transgressors wore taken to the Frankfort pen last Saturday ns the result of trio recent form of Fnyctte cb cult court MM KIIJi Shcjton of MrciItftrrestedYchnrgetl with setting Piro to the i residence of her motherinlaw Mrs Kitty Shelton Turnpike raiders destroyed three toll Kates ncnrKolut Harrison county nnd loft tho usual notices warning tho keep era to collect no more toUt A valuable carriage horso the property of Ienry Lloyd of Louisville boasts of livingl1oro A gang of horso thieves stole throe horses nnd two mules from John Davis M firmer of Bolls run Ohio county All this bridles nnd ropes on tho place were taken hut no saddles U Dr Wngncr who figured In tho Pcnrl lirynn ease and proved his innocence of any connection with the two has taken to tho pulpit nnd is conductig n revival i LnncnleriI JNenr Ml Olivce tho barn of John Wal ker wa struck by lightning and burned It contalncd t IIOVtfarmIngilnplemeuts h Qco Zimmerman n Lexington printer golllflcJdsmoney land says ho is confident ho can hobo hit way through to tho now Kl Dorado orman Argo a negro midget WM ni InstantlykilledLick IIo was nlmoHt n hundred years old nnd tho smallest man in Central Kentucky t Sam Hamm killed A snake near Kings vlllo which measured M inches around and had 10 rattles and n button His wife topped on It and tbo reptile hither toe but fortunately Iits rungK did not get to tho flesh i dayfourt whotof the world where it han never before d been trlodWInchester Democrat fTIleDlucgrAM building nail loan nsao i elation was reorganized n recent meet t lug to take effect August U and to con 1 1form with the recent decision of tho court of appeals All tho stockholders j will be notified of the plan of reorgani UtiODflY The cases against fifteen members of the Bradley state guards who fired into tbo courthouse and other buildings At F BalrbpuwvJIlo last Christmas wore dll mlwcd owing to improperly drawn in dlctnionty nd tho witnesses hold in tho sum of 200 each to appear before tho present grand jury W L Trlriitilc of Lyon county Is a ngobe10ltan appointment as guard nt the branch prison and cnmo up from Mnyflold laic home to tako his job and was robbed that night of MO Ho went to work next morning and in tho evening while leaving bin stands bo trapped his gun audit fired tho ball passing through the fleshy part of his thigh t A Randolph county man had one of andtnouthwfeclually Ho tied n board across the JiNdoftho horse and bit the board a vigorous blew with an ax The borne fiouth Nw JSJKB the bit droppe4 out the stolel quivered all over aa if Ja the Ml tfcMM W diwdlutUti but IB Are W J L wtnutes it wan up eating green nod has 1l rigliUvqr since MultiGoRoyf Robertson c unr owns a pony which Iis julto a freak in the way of iCHraeflevb It height IU forty 1nchcs its length five feet five inches lu head is six Inches longer than its neck Its breast is like that of n cow its pipe like A hogs It has twenty eight ribs tWo more than Iis possessed by ordinnary borne is doublejoin in every joint and pas four stifle joints Tills wonder ful pony IIs Norman bred four years old and was purchased by Mr Gorlry In- Flaming county It weighs 285 pounds Its Biro weighed 180Q pounds Its lam 1200 pounds It is in fact n horse preadoutdown flat upon tho ground The petitions and affidavits in the suit for the recovery of insurance on tho life of James W Tate the defaulting state treasurer of Kentucky who fled in 1886 have l eon filed in the Franklin circuit court Tntos daughter and brotherin Ilaw und two of his friends swear that Tnto wns heard from frequently for about eight mouths after his flight but that so far as they know nothing what over ban been hearth of him directly or indirectly since December 1886 Clan- S Greene of Louisville states that he received a letter front Palo written from Chinn or Japan during tho Hum mer sifter his disappearance but has not heard from him Aims In this letter Tate is said to havo told the whole story of tho influences anti temptations that led to lain defalcation A Remarkable Cure of Okronlo Diarrhea In 1862 when I served my country as n private In Company A 167th PennsjfI vaniii Volunteers I contracts chronic diarrhiua It has given me a great deal fjdozenprominent doctors without any ponna nent relief Not long ago n friend sent mo n sample bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dinrrluvn Itomcdy and after that 1 bought and took n GO cent bottle and now I can nay that I am entirely cured I cannot ho thankful enough to you for this great Remedy and recommend to all suffering veto moon If in doubt write mo Yours gratefully Henry Stcinherger Allen town Pa Sold by T T Dny Preparlno Tomato Figs Tomato figs are both economical nud testy Select the small yellow tomatoes scald peel nnd weigh Allow three pounds of sugar to six of tomatoes Put a layer of tomatoes on tho bottom of your preserving kettle then n layer of aupar nnd stand them over n moderate fim Cook very gently until tho sugar has penetrated the tomatoes Lift tlieln carefully one at n time and spread on n Inrgb meat platter Dry in tho hot sun sprinkling them several tine with sim ulated sugar When dry pack them in jars with a layer of sugar between tho layers of tomatoes Coyer with gums whllo drying Mrs S T llorcr in Au gust Ladles Homo Journal Kentucky Fair Dates Danville August 8 Four days Lebanon August 10 Three days Lawronccburg August 17 Pour days EHznbethtown August 17Four slays Shelby vlllo August 21Four days Shephordsvillo August 24 Fourdnys- Madisonvllle August uFour days Hardstown August 31Jlvo days Barbourvillo September IThren days Paducah September 7Four days Horse Cave September 7our days Howling Green September 8our daysEminence September 8Four days HAZEL GKEEN September 7 Four days- Glasgow September 1G Four days Morganfiold October 6Five days MM Xorora Tomato Ketchup Mm S T ftorer tho famous cooking export gives this her favorite rcclpo for making tomato ketchup in the August Ladles Homo Journal Use half n bushel of sound August tomatoes Wash and cut them into pieces Cook gently for half an hour thou press through n sieve Cook again for ono hour then add ono ounce of grouud ginger QUO ounce of mustard ono gill of malt half n pound of sugar and ouo quart of vinegar Cook to tho proper connivency add five drops of oil of nutmeg and tho same of celery or n tablespoonful celery seed Hottlo cork nod seal Tho P 11 Gravely Tobacco Manufac tories Tit Danville Vnnre tho best and only pure Tobaccos sold and chowors pill let their money worth For sale by HPieratt Co aud WT Cast kilt e 1- a NOW TO FIND OUT Filia bottljjorcomoijn glnsi with urine nnd lot ft stand tWlutyour hours n IIClr1 iraont or settling Indicates a diiented condition of tho kidneys Whoa nrino stein linch It id positive ovidciuje of kill nay trouble Too tmgiont dcalro te urinate or pain in the back Iin also con vincing proof that the kidney and bladder Ire out orderWHAT TO 10 There in comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers fiwnmp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every Wllltl in relieving pain In the back kidneys lIver bladder and every part of tho urinary passages It corrects inabil ity to lucid urine and scalding pain in passing it or bud effects following use of liquor wino or beer and uvercomcs that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate Tho mild nnd the extraordi nary effect of Swamp Boot IB soon real Iced It stands tho highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing canes If you need a medicine you should liuvc tho lest Sold by druggists price fifty cents Anti one dollar Porn sample bet tie nnd pamphlet both sent free by mall mention THE HAJCKI alUms HEIIAIP and send your full postofllcoaddreas to Dr Kilmer it Co Ilinghnmpton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee tho genuineness of this oflcr Wolfe County Teachers Institute Time following resolutions wero adopted at the teachers institute held lit Gamp ton Inot week the teachers of Wolfe county In Intitl ititWl revolve h That wo extend to tho citizens of Campion our sincere gratitude and grateful appreciation for the marked hospitality shown us In belli entertained in their homes mud in the future wilt fondly cherish their manifold exhibitions of respect 2 That we extend to Prof M C Marlon our heartfelt thanks for the micccHifnl man ner In which he conducted the Institute and feet tout in him the cntiNc of education tins ivu untiring worker for his advancement a That wo return our thnnks to lion A K Hynl our county superintendent for the able mud ririeicnt manner in which ho him IIIchArglllhe duties of the olliuo and tar der hit administration the ciuisu of educa thou in Wolfe county tins iiindo great prog ress and In hU retirement our best wishes follow him I That realizing and appreciating the benefit accruing from this nnniial meeting of our teachers knowing full well that it lifts our teachers to n higher plane of use fulness In the schoolroom and In citizenship we most heartily indorse this method of bringing in together and urge the fuller at tendance of trustees and patrons hereafter 5 That we pledge our personal efforts to discourage the uio of tobacco and intoxi cants believing in their use life is shorten ed II That we extendl to 1rof K K Bishop our grateful thnnks for the use of the acad emy building quad piano during the Institute 7 Whereas the Great Creator hun ngaln visited our midst and removed front our profession one of Its brightest lights in the person of James M Tester who departed this life 1 lily 201897 resolved that In the death of Mr Tester the profession tins lost one of its zealous workers and the commu oily an honest citizen and to his relative wd extend our heartfelt sympathy in their dark hour of grief 8 That theso resolutions be published in time HA7UI GiirKX IlKltAU and Jackson Hustler C C IrrKH- II C QUICK HA Li JOHN li HWANUO Lou E W AIm DKIIA TOVKIACK In the Toils of n cougha hacking rocking thelungsIt IU in such cases that DRPineTar Honey efficacyThen atlaycdthestrcngtlicncd and cold leaves the system ns snow disappears before the sunshine of spring IntaillblltlntdrdrurylatesellWill be sent upon receipt of price TU It R hllfIMt 4UU c IMMtk a- resuGif I TRAINING AND FEED STABLE Fcbd+ ondeadcoming hero from a distance who may deairo horses pastured for ft j fow days or weeks can have the best pasture at reasonable rates LIT ICY EiT I3IE carefuldriversr to visit Swango Spring will bo s Hothwvll or Torront team and driver stud will have pleasure I in shipping watt+ r for them wlujtiovor desired J TAYLOR DAY i FOIL ALL KINDS OFD 1 r ff JU ftITl I 11 C I tJlJ I CALL AT THE HERALD OFFICE 1 TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MT STERLING KY 0 CAPITAL 200000 I SuniLUfl 30000 o J M niGSTAFF President KIKKlATUICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0We respectfully solicit the business of mer chants fariners traders and business men gellern ty throughout Eastern Kentucky A general hanking business done live UI R chancu to send you n bunk bunk nay your checks and loan you money when In need W W THOMrfiox disinter WiQCnester Bank WINCHESTER KY N II WITHBKSPOON President- It n II UNTEK Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dunk nollelts the Accounts of mer chants fanners trnilcrs and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offers Its etistomcrs every fRcllltY1nntl J the most liberal terms within legitimate bunklnc octlBIy NEW MILLINERY MRS S B KASH Fashionable Milliner US NOW IN HA7KL UEKN with n lull line of the latest and newest styles of Millinery Hoods nt the lowest prices und asks the Ilit dies to await her coming beloru making their spring purchases NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES WT COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS wholesalee Mm MT STERLING KY J SEITZ W WITH W M KERR CO Tonuitna IN Hardware Agricultural Im laments IRONTON O Tho Way to Win Success In anything is to keep everlastingly at It This Iin truo whether you want to- Roach tho Pooplo Who Buy Goods Through fin advertisement or to earn n living in sonic other way People sumsytluuenit Iis much the same with advertiser nnd their readers It U Not by Fitful Advertising upfhlpaper perhaps limit seeing your ads In tho Hazel Groan Horald youJlorulhiHllRllcr hrenllorH too who rend They mny not now trade with you but are almost sure to do inI11Rwho has laid the foundfttlon of bust ness IIUCCCKS by advertising in thin Or Any Othor Newspaper Know that he did It not by occoai onnllv iimurtlng nn ad and then wait Ing to sec what happened But By Keeping Everlastingly At It Do tint wy that people dont read td YcrtUewcwU jou have read this one A Also for tho convenience ncoomniodntion of guests of nmlIIDay House I have opened nenr a HrstclaBB Livery Stnblo will kuop BuggioH Saddle Horses and HnckH for hire at nil times Persons wishing n vehicle to moot thorn at Torrent can telephone moI and have any desired vehicle or saddle horso promptly I will also Persons intending mot at either with I W G Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table IB Effect May 16 1897 WEST BOUND No a NrSTATIONS No1 erDnllyI pmAvonpatuVinuhusler uFnirlienuIndianuuClaygunStantonuutFilsonnutJumnutNut sunTorrent1 tmUlultumrhreoFkeCUllAtholi sunJneksotuEAST BOUND No4 Kou STATIONS No2 Sundays Dally ex Dally only Sunday Lexington 2 30 pm 7 45 am 5 40 nm nunWinchcster nunJIndian Fldn 3 40 pm 0 OS nm 8111 am Clay City 3 58 pm 0 27 am 0 10 am Stnnton 4 08 pm 0 35 nm 11 20 am Fllson 4 21 pm 0 4l nm 11 11 am pmNutrillIorrelltputllenltyvui put1hreeFks1111AtholpmJacksonNos 1 and 2 arrive and depart from C A freighttramsJ It IIAIlltOenl Manager CIIAS SCOTT Uen Pass Agent RIPANSPecked Without Stan EN FOR FIVU CENTS TnpmaTnbateeleprrlamlfromI InallT INS up for th purport of IIIHtlnjt univnnJ modern demNwt lot A low ptlce tbdII batlinelII ofwatrrflicur I I fonJIHmatter nua will do you good One rlTM roust a rur will reult IfdIIrclUOM cro 101lIlwlII ofieezton nomlywbenrnuct4l11ee4imerloop eonullonfhljtra tab Ilet wm hi sent pat tl Nuspruee J crdlenwill I thm a fair maryto of prontleu I l1on carton furdoenl =b7 man S cents JJ dosnIlle- artun for 5131by rnal forlM S urna ctN- Crtona for IIIIA ftRrou t3IOO cartotu for crudflsh I WflLLIS fj W EELEH HAZEL QUEEN KY Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers Having leased the shop known an the Frank Tyler hllp and purchased u new and complete line of black smlthing nnd wagon r slaking tools amt maierinin pro prepared to e- do i all kind of work In our line null nt tbo most reasonable rates Give us u cull aril f u trial Respectfully yvy 0 W WIIKKU5H 1 YOUR FORTUNE IrnltbbKIIItlhnnlrotcndeceUUIhtn111MI IroublMmriuviCATAUKirFeverendAstbmn itXMIrr I wdt to ml e4 hr ee m Xmllil trfr- cfsnai1 unto cu tixcMNUi inn 1111 A J A WAlJXiBJEEl K 3 Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY rSurgerywdobitetrlci specialty