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Digital page images are linked to the text file. adr t- r1 o np 14 1HE IIAZI3LEstablished GREEN tIE ft L ft Famous in the Story of Jpnathaa aim d His Continent by Max ORli o = COOPER Owner and EditorEkOEH e Ot A NoteyWorld With K wa FroM All Nation LnrnbzInE at HU Back e SIOO A YEAR Always In Advan1 11IIRTE NTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 26 1897 NUM13lEE ooa +eORRePOnDen e + I11 A Ift WOLFE COUNTY I Campton Currency WMet Nellie and Minnie Hurst are 31killag on Stllhvnter IIee Ollie McGuiro of St Helens i Aerueit of Miss Sallio Hurst IF fck Tutt deputy collector has gone foferry county on official business t Harry Combs hns organized a young Ifboy band nt this place with the foi SprndjJifus Cud Horton and Bad Bill Mo ntIlOD S S Combs furnishes the fffrajf Initiation fee carry a bucket of r ftfcr for Harry G KDrJH Stamper comes to the frontt irkh the following snake story which iii fit terld beater He says that his horst i vesmisng a few days ngo and after arching diligently for him ho foundI lip In the stomach of a huge snake The berae 8 head was all that risible 1 l 1 i too snake open and released the 1 1which was almost dead This docfti 4 4 be offers to swear to the statement United States Deputy Marshal G W iDMAe John W Colyar general deputy frlkctor for the state at large of Louis tile and a posse of three men made a reenshlne raid into Morgan county last Irk and arrested James Thomas nri ise while operating n moonshine distil Iky on the head of White Oak They ttroycd a largo fruit distillery which countyiilproudI irinz and fearless onicer in Kentucky + implleBl1edefendant JiJag trial Thursday the ltnth inst at West Liberty before Commissioner Fin Jej Focp and was held over in the sum ni50of for his appearance in the federali anrt at Louisville on tho second day of l jtj next October term Ho gave bond- and l was released 0 August 23 SUITM JACK ISltocky Sugar Loaf Crops are better than they have bee for many years L Hiram Shockoy visited his sister Mrs Thomas Taulbec last Monday Henry hockey visited his daughter Ira Thomas Tuuljiee last Friday houjhttwo1160James Baptisaiocistlonf t Sunday toUn Monday boughoftp60 for them If you are not a subscriber to TIll thehockeyyoufeeI f havetheofoff JTvDay company pubJbClnI t Buckdidyou i Want some teacher to givo a ofrsI 1 little f isJleHsbcdmenIlioinas misfortuneIf outandliecutandIhosharp nominee10ftMoinleysBrayerlaboringmens assesSotOne or our friendsYoung whoso namefVD withhold has been talking in his eer I ifflingly saying wifeAQecllominte TOAIOlnce all the woes of lift shareTheandTaphaunctionnot Ot weabouldindustrialurauitslieI improvement U valuableoteriesthe punt tow j 1 areludeaccomplishedthehy people who dingontlyapply their time in improving the variI 4 callings which are chnratertstic of ationAugust Dru DoingsMrs j lag kf 8f of Campton is visit J iyrsister Mre Frank Duke J Thomas Combs of Lexington ia nsbipgJ friends in and about Daysboro r r- F i 4 Ernest movedIntoNickellMillMissesLoulaaimundayd visitedhisandSunday forwhilea fromsthe election- J Robert Brooks went to the Baptist unddlduswaps D C Coldiron and family John E Brook and wife and Misses Callie Taul bee and Nevada Nickel took dinner lundarcatYour twottheaandtDrueIWalker Lowe of Swan o Springs took dinner with your scribe Sundav After dinner partoektoldus jokesithe space to give them now Mr and Mrs A B Swango gave an apple paring Saturday night and among those present were Misses Virga Tames Lula Evan Minnie Day Hilda Horton HancyTIjsuunt Kash Ida and Stella Rose JY1IU and Bonnie Cecil Callio One and Lula Taulbec Messrs Carl Mize Ed Coulter Elzn and Shefllo James John and Mort Cecil Bob Brooks and Walker Lowe One of the parties lost n bridle Curtis Swango says he knows it was worth n quarter August 241 CHAIIMK +Lano Lilies George Sewell has gone to Louisville this week to see the fair oflGeorge Sewoll has not written a letter to Lou M 1elfry as yet but he has it in mindRev J A Sewell the hardshell flap lostnSunday at Elkins chapel John King wrote a letter to Miss Nun Ilollon It was promptly read anti meta hearty promptly an swered it and I think they arc getting along nicely I quietIman Cope for sheriff a majority of Gfl BlnntonIvery nice majority It was quite a lively time for the Democrats August 2tt offs We want only the news no jokes En Leo City Lilacs Old Mrs Armstrong is very low with the flux Wellington Hose iis having his dwelling improvedDr of Whito Oak was in town Wednesday Hurry Fallen has returned from seeing his best girl A mad dog was killed on our streets last Wednesday Rev Toncc Adams passed through here weekrJ B Rose of Grassy took in the meeting lucre Sunday Jonec tho little son of James Stride tin is very low with flux Xot less than six or eight cattle and sheep buyers were in town Thursday- J T Day was up several days last week looking after his logging interests Rov C 1 W Pughof Drcathitt county passed through here en route to Ma goflin county Uncle Wiley Wilson and wife and Mrs Minnie Wilson were the guests of O W Fallen from Saturday until Monday Tho infant of G B Maloney diecllnst- night after a weeks Illness and will lin buried today in tho Allen cemetery on Stamper branch Bud Patrick whilo returning from church Sunday was thrown from his mule and received some painful though not serious injuries lThe meeting which begun i T ero Saturday night conducted by Bra Long still continueS with Interest Services at 10 a m each day and at early lamplight Everybody Invited Dr Carroll and sister Mrs SamuelI Rose returned from Campton Friday whither they had been to see their moth or and brother and report their mother much improved but their brother is yott very low with fever One evening of last week Mrs Lotcher Davis was horrified to sea tho head of a lArgo snnko protruding Up through the hearth in her house and bravo womanlike she immediately despatched the rep tile which proved to be a very largo one Tho same night they were aroused by t 17ii x the singing of another In the same room lamptheytbetabletheyfoundAugust 23 TOTBIX MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat Very cool this week sickfourFrank Murphy was in dissection this week buying cattle Quite a number from hero arc talking of SundayRev ofhisweek repaired pnlnter811m fntberUncleSl1turoayd nttenl1edtllOlastSaturday WlStLibertyuntil Monday tho tth day of September Corn Adams daughter of Henry D sicklustagain John and Mort Cecil and Misses Ada and Bonnie Cecil of this section attend SwnngoSpringsAugust 21 XYM Maytown Missiles Mr Sampson of Scott county Va is visiting his son Stephen at this place Rev John F Wilson of Spradling is teaching n largo class in vocal music at this place W P Sample visited his brother Frank who has n severe attack of la grippe near Ezel Inst Sunday K B May and C A Sample loft here Saturday morning for Mt Sterling with 32 head of steers tho best wo have seen this year morningforing trial of his son Harlan for tine shoot ing of Robert Cummins mid a young woman name nor particulars not learned Revs Win T Tyler and J W Ken trick will on tho fourth Sunday in September next preach tho funerals of tho two little girls of lanes and Caroline lIghtnlnlrhowell seated grove at his homo near May town if the weather will permit if not then at tho church in Maytown The funeral of B F Bolins child will be preached in the evening Ample provi everybodydinner August 23 WixciLKflS Sellarn Sunshine John Chancy wont to Hazel Green yesterday T Miles Nirkell has gone to Magofliu county on business Mrs Dr Nickell came up yesterday to see her parents Mr and Mrs MI W Jones and eat watermelons M W Jones paid his brother Alvin of White Oak a visits and took in tho association at South fork as ho returned Sunday rutowninndrelatives and friends in this vicinity n few days last week Private Mathow J rAng and ye scribe visited Hazel Green Saturday and enjoyed for a few hours the company of some of the fair ladies for which that place is noted Quito a crowd from this place attend ed the association at South Fork on Saturday and Sunday Among tho number we note M J and Sam Amyx Elvln Wilson Bob Whitt U G Nickcll and Miss Monrovia Tcstermrih Rev J E Deggendorf filled his ap pointment at Salem Sunday and took dinner with M W Jones Wo aro sorry that this will be his last visit to Salem Ho informed your scribe that ho had resigned as pastor of this field and was going to Georgetown Our best wishes go with him in his new field Isora Long Is overseer of the road down Grassy and is having it put in firstclass condition When the road is finished it will be the best in the county though I am sorry to say that in this as in all other communities thorn are a few poo pie who would rather live in heathenism than help make good roads But such people may some time sea tho error of their ways e August 24 MOUNTAIN Boy MAGOFFIN COUNTY I Llckbarfl Localettw Delayed L 0 Bays baby is on the sick list Charlie Little of Morgan county visited his best girl at this place tbeJudgoCoopert Charlie Rico of Salyersvillt visited placetheI Edgar Jones and Buford Nickcll of Morgan visited friends and relatives at our plaice last week Chntt Whitt shot Steve Osburn last Sunday over nothing so they say He is reported to be very bad A largo crowd of young folks calle on MIl Lillie HOWlS tho other night and cnjgycd themselves well L C Biiycs and company started for Mt Sterling court with 115 cattle Lncy Knlon had 00 head There were closo l1tSterllnSterlingMisses Ida Snlycr Gemma Baycs and Minnie Slushor and Messrs John and Walter Baycs and William Slushor went to Elk Creek church last Sunday and reported an excellent good time Miss Ida Salyor had a gathering of the young folks last night at her homo to an apple cutting I dont think I over saw young folks enjoy themselves any bettor than they did throwing applo cores Jimmy Cisco mado a flying to our little village last Saturday night to ace his best girl Clay you land better stand in Paris Brown you must not be iin such a rush next time and stay longer The Republicans have n race to settle superintendent signed Ho has been appointed deputy CallowayHopenrdIh1 Tho ono that gets there will have H O Arnott of HendrickK the Democratic nominee to try a round which I dont think will be an easy road to travel for any one August 14 OLD TIMB Later Mrs W II Cooper visited liar parents thin weok4IJ John Brown of White Oak is visitin relatives here School is progressing very nicely with a good attendance The cattle merchants report n very good market at Mt Sterling- F 0 Lacy who hums boon out west for the past two years returned home tho other day MrsI 4P Cooper iis very low with- COIHllllUItion and is expected to drop oilf most mummy timo Kollio Cooper and sister have been visiting relatives and frondS in Johnson county this weok Hiram George and S 0 Brown have commenced their sow log job mid iit will take thorn nearly nil fll to got their lugs to the creek and rivor Her Lennder Lacy bpgnil a scries of meetings hero Thursday evening and 1 is bring assisted by Rev Oaks of Johnson They will continue sonic time- R II Cooper anti Miss Jennie May were united in the holv bonds of matri mony last Tuesday Rov S M Whitt oiliciating May joy and happiness go with them th rough life August 21 GUIMB Prosperity NHLHOX Mo Aug 20 1817 Editor IlulutlnSugar Loaf scorn- to be discouraged about prosperity Ho Prosporithasshout 90 cents corn advancing What more prosperity can wo wish Hurrah for A B Pioralt for representativeL COINAGE AND SILVER BULLION What Mr WattorBon Thon lit About it In Match 1886 It is one of the misfortunes of tho personalinformation1 respect to the silver question ono wouldI naturally resort to mon professionally engaged in banking or in tho handling of money as a vocation Ho would natJ urally therefore go to a class of men whoso class interests are on tho side of mouomctalism Thoro arc men in those mighthavobins and there are men who are capable of rISing superior to their peraonal inter cats but these are n small tho honest citizen will not ordinarily succeed in extracting any opinion on the subject which is not unfavorable to silver Honorable men in those voca tions will give honest reasons forlithe faith that is in them but unscrupulous men can give far more numerous and convincing reasons becauso their figments of brain or conventional clap trap do not require to ho in any wino encumbered with fact Ono of the commonest errors that ono finds sticking in tho mind of tho average superficial citizen in ono of the silliest though it is also one of the most t1klng pieces of sophlstiy that tlmo monontetd list champions have ovorinventca namely that it is dishonest to win a dollar out of 411 j grains of standard silver at qulbblec 1 It IrTv1I I l W of the cartoon of Puck representing a hisdirtytry and asked the shop keeper tat Itisrestoration of tho uses of silver weuld restore its intrinsic value There ia a principleandof money which prwmea intrinsic fquivnloncy intact for Indifferent periods t dand without even the transient fallurebl parityattheratio bItorystrated From the beginning of thol8tk wltlobblmetalfrsoientlfiobasissubatn11y a x until 1876 tho variations between geld and silver wore never wider than lbte 1 161 to 1 153 to 1 and at one tirael to beJIIIItransient sin time alternative option car p brIJldtllngI mated in 1878 when Germany ltd oflIn tho modern crusade against silver and exampleIdisputes argument no poe distrustAbout present century Franco established n bimctallia system at the ratio of 153 to 1 which still prevails thero and In tho whole thoJronchworld at that basis of valuation freo coinage being tho law of Franco and of uptoFrench ratio was forced upon other tui lemma as tho most favorable to silver and RlutIsuiiug15AIIJOrn period of ten years tho French ratio backed up by freo coinage was the organic law of the money system of thatgderiving tho potency of influence thataranco thus because tho highest bidder in tho western world for indefinite amounts of tho white metal But whoa In 187U Germany transported by ItH booty ofn thousand millions dollars of French gold established nionomotallixm on tho gold basis and retired its silver Franco peremptorily closed its mint against silver to escape tho danger of becoming Germanys dumping ground This was no doubt actuated princi alolly by motives of political chagrin and rcMmtmcnt sail is believed by ninny to Immure been a grievous blunder It is so declared very explicitly by M Henri Cernuachi a Parisian economist whom the New York Herald and other greatestandmoney science The French example IN- n striking proof of tho folly of tho common cant of tho monomotallist debaters risks of free coinage limo Frenchtaint was free to all comers to nil silver III tho world for 70 years and was not crowded nor was tho gold exported nor was the gold over at n premium except in tho JJeriodof war when the coins of moro seriously disturbed In n part of this period of 70 years covered t U V thlsH1cctoh silversvaried between 60 of silver to ono of gold in quantity by weight to 4 of silo vrr to one of gold Tho established cur rency ratios were never disturbed yet In tho period covered by tho latter ratio 1850 to 18CO tho currency theorist thinkers begun to ply their trade IribC half of monometallism anti capital by urging tho domonitization of gold Among these theorists was tho celebrated French economist ChoVfllin The origin of this theory as it never r fnct that tho ratio was disturbed wns tho belief that tho California discoveries would glut tho worlds currency with gold milt it Iis now tho theory of the contrnctlonlllt3 that tho silver yield is too largo for tho interests of capital The ono hypothesis js as baseless as tho other CourloJJournnland better days whoa it advocated thorn wouldhestTime Hazel Green fair nxiodatlon has been J1rcs1tlentWCnskersecretAryT David Lindoo T E Johnson and Spencer Cooper directors Thin Mr will bo held September 7 to 10 In elusive Now boys BO in anti advertUu noel you will have H big nucccss Sontlubl Democrat That just what wo are doing Capt and wo and only sorry that wo have not time to roach all tho papers complmentaryheld September 7 8t and 10 Thisfpremiums amount to f1800 This fair has become quite prominent Ew4erai Kentucky and this year it prowteM 1 surpass all former me tIng Sf t Spring Time Chamberlains Colic Cbolera ami Diary rho2a Remedy arra aJferda promptJ N4 her Far KlelJfrDtf g S 1- r 4- I i i t rt 1J i p it lII iHBlfKwJ Ipzxqu OOOPEI tilter HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY August 20 180- 7ANNOUNCEMENTS L For State Senator We are mitliorlzeil to nnnounce A D RODEnTS of Owslcy county sea ruiiflidiite for State Honntor for the IHtli Sonnlorlnl district object to the notion of the Demo crntlo party For Magistrate We nrn iiutlinrizrd to announce W H BLANKBNSIIIliuii cnnillilnte for Mixl train in the FirstI Magisterial District IllbI act only to the voice of the people at the ovembur election 1807 0 For Surveyor ol Morgan County We nrc authorized to unnounu JAMES s HALSEY ai a candidate for County Surveyor of Morgan county subject to tine dl eUlon of the voters at the November 1897 election The Democrats of Wolfo county are hereby culled to meet at their respective voting precinct on Saturday tho 4th day of Hontomber 1897 at 1 oclock p mto select delegates to attend thin county convention ntCamptnn on Mon day September 0 to send dolcpatcs to tho convention ot Haxel Green Ky on Monday September ll 18U7 to nomi nate a cnncl Into for nenator in this the 2Hh senatorial dlnlrlct inch precinct will bo entitled to one vote for every HO votes cast for Bryan in 185MI mind ono vote for each fraction vote over 25 Each rrllgthtnforth this fact bo signed by thin chair man and nprrnary of the county conven clan which will bo carried up to the general convention at Hazel Green on September 13 Precinct meetings will bo coiled b tho chairman of tho respective precinct Committees find In his abnenco by Rome ono authorized by him mindI in two no tile IK 80 authorized then by any good Democrat jK TI KAHII Chm Wolfo Co Dem cuii- eeeooooo00o0000toaaoaeoaeoo w o 1LHOI UGHrrOGRAPllSi1 L I 000000o+oooe0000 boooooocwoo- oNo MAX cnn servo two muster i for ho will love the one and late the other Ilonco it IH Hint the peoplo of this judi I uial district think Judge Ctourley could not nil thin bill as presiding diguitnry- nuceptubhyeven though ho should bo olccted I Ior having feinted and fatten ed as corporation counsel ho would not t pcrhapt forgot hU union bread and con tinue to hunker utter their InterestI which In nine cases out of ten ore dia metrically opposed to tin peoplo Nor a man hnvo wo heard qncstmii tho interity of Judgo burley the Ile publlcau candidato for circuit judge of this district It is tho company ho keeps that makes them Hiisplcioua of him Looking at corporations generally as tho cnemlcri of tho people they cirri not see how ho could emurgo from tho embrace of thoto corporations amid at once became a clean circuit judge Tho fear that his old atuociationri might influence him and warp his judgement at a critical moment like Danqtiort ghost will up and haunt them r IT is reported that John Tuidbcv of hazel Jrucii huts withdrawn from tho races fur tho noinlnntlon ofstate senator for this district Whether or not the report IN true wo urn nut prrnurcd to SI1 y Morgan Mcs neiiKor That incorrect tumid he wjtlidrow for tho inko of harmony though ho lunch every reason to believe he could win Ho felt however that his nomination meant defeat to eoino who have been nominated on his own county ticket v and rather than tucriilro hU friends ho drew out and will work for tho suc cess of the lparty from county coroner to appellate court clerk This is the kind of Democrats we have in Wolfe WilKN you get n good thing save it save Itlt id n lino in a song we have heard nano where at sonic tihto And jut nt this tlmo It remind us that the people of this district have n good thing in JudgeJ Hedwino and that they will save it by reelecting him Ho line made tho people one of tho best if not the tbcat judges tho district ever did have and time people are Cognizant of tho fact to limo extent that they will not try any new mill In the mill to grind out justice when they know his ability BO well t Woll done good ant faithful servant + ia tho verdict of tho people and as a re ward of his merits in the past they will retain hits for nnuthcr term confident of the future No new tau however wall- S qualified could now step into his shoes and render time satisfaction that Judge Jidwlne could for the reason that he fis r tbfeaxkly pcMlttdhai hU halls end the tl a j Ibcketjl AJfncwJjnnn woulihavOlelj tale to learn and tho consequence would bo tho Jaw delay which bns many a time proved tho ruin of nn honest but unfortunate litigant Yr well stick to him THK death of Col John Odin Hodges nt Lexington last week removes from the stage of life ono of tho most energeticI enthusiastic and unselfish universal education that ever honored Kentucky history His was indeed a noble life and the tribute paid him by the Morning Herald n noble sentiment Wo believe it was written by Col W C P IJrcckinrldgc a graduate with Col Hodges in the celebrated class of 18M5 at old Centre College Danville Ky Hut whether or not it was a beautiful piece of word painting laid the artist who penned it was true to Ids subject in ceryI scene hitch wo room wo would rcpwI duce it both because of tho love wo held for tho man to whom it was a tribute and for HH beauty of thought and dig city of diction TICK Impression now obtains in thillI and Morgan county that lion 11I linger who was elected to succeed the lamented John P Salycr and who it was thought would make the race for tho long term us state senator is no longer III candidate Ho has not ollicially with drawn no far as wo are informed but circumstance indicate as much Monday was county court lily in Mor gan his adjoining county and as ho was neither present in person or hyI proxy tho preemption prevails that he will not stand1 for roclection If this hejj co Elder Robert of Owsley county will have a walkover for tho nomination for tho AIi nod of course election better man could not bo selected for tho place and thn people of the this trict will be glad to thus encourage the Democrats of Owsley where it means everything to bo a Democrat and where for party fealty they have yet to ho reoI warded Tho people hove nothing against Milt linger Indeed ho ll1hlI many personal friends hero and elsewhere In time district limit if ho has of his own accord given over tho idea of running they will le find to hand Im Roberta tho nomination by acclamation and thus show the ip rtnns of Jw lcy that wo 111I preciate their past 1IIIIlIlIIlIllIhllll l do pent upon them for future mars WurAT reached the 1 mark in many cities on Fridaytint Saturday and the singlestandard papers aro trying to show that it is because of the prico of sil ver which is now quoted at about flf cents per ounce Tho shortage in tho wheat croi in Europe which IH esti nettled at not less than 100000000 bush els together with time famine in India Is more likely the true cause of tho rise in price in this country Indeed it is time cause and the prico of silver or gold has naught to do with ithIt is an ill wind that blows nobody goodand in this case the Hunters of America profit by the misfortunes our foreign brethren Hut as we said lust week this Iis not prosperity The money louder profits by the misfor tune of his unfortunate friend who must come to him to borrow But it Iis not prosperity Prosperity means if it menus anything that nit human beings every man in Gods image who is able mind willing to and docs struggle to sus thin himself or himself and others de pendent upon him an the case may heshall prosper by earning nod realizing an honest equivalent for their labor or their commodities In time rise in the price of wheat n few farmers for only n fow far mers raise the cereal are be tiefitted at tho expense of hundreds who are thereby unable to buy With plenty of money in circulation as WOK contemplated by tho free coinage of silver wheat at 1 or oven g1G0 would have been in reach of the masses Undlo tho single stand ard of gold it can only be used by tho classes What will KOOOOO striking minors and time families dependent upon them buy 1 wheat with With plenty of money in the country tho case would be different 100 TWO GOOD SNAKE STORIES Rattlesnake for a Playmate A RtriiujjofBrtso of the infatuation of a child for nu enormous rattlesnake huh just como to light in a neighborhood a countyfdaughter Annie is ft years old Every morning for tho pant six weeks the daughter begged her parents for a tumbler of milk anti bread saying she wished to go to nn old sited not far from the IIOUKO to cat her breakfast The childish whim was gratified ns regularly as it was made but recently tho father watched tho littlo one and made A discoVety which raised time hair ou his head Near chimneyThel a rft ii Cherries ii 1 Are RipeTTTI t 00oooooee8otoo- ot I 1 with us amid theres nothing to bo done but tho plucking toe wo offer bargains moro tomptinL 1 1 than time Uncut cherries you over saw Wo have to offer two bites nt these cherries an one will1 lt t not answer They urn such great bargains that youll hardly believe these goods carf be bought t l for littlo money so we other tit The First Bite i threobuttonsupe riM farmers satin Wo have never sold these goods for less than 1 SJ15 and 18 and not one 4 4ofthem cost us less than 12 wholesale but you can pluck one for 991 1 IQ 1 1NowPluck I Other Bites 1 111nrooflered in 200 mcns Moleskin Pants at 45e a pair elsewhere theyll cost you 75c 200 mens blue Cottoiiado pants at He They will cost you ioat any other store 200 Linen at 75c and youll havo I naywhereI l n 1 I 1 1IIia shirt and wear like iron A IOfcourse you know what all these goods nrc without further description but will add ti I 1 1NowPluck tIt StrausMI Y1 time old chimney sitting on a rock with a huge rattlesnake in and feeding with tho milk and bread from n ten spoon The simko was partaking of the food with a relish while the little ono stroked its cuils with her tiny hands and called it her dolly Knotigh was learned that she hitch been feeding time snake for a long time Imo father horrnr stricken IIi flntclaed the snake at once which incurred a vigorous remonstrance from hiiII daughter who cried as if her heart break Every morning at time accus tomed hour of feeding tho snake she gives way to pitiful lamentations over time loss of her playmate and at times it iit litliinlt to soothe her limn snake was f retJ inches in length nnd had nine rattles The story is vouched for by a number of neighbor of Mr Castle who gave talked with tho child Jackson Hustler An Old Timor yearsbeennies creek Johnson county and many attempts havo been made to capture it One day last week n cow hclonpiiiK to Dan Davis who lives in the neighbor humid wa bitten by u snake nod Mr Davis thinking perhaps it was this huge rattler ollercd 2r to mummy one who kill it Ono of U1 r Oaviss hands wouldII himself with two 3S pistols taking sition in a sapling overlooking the mouth of a cave and after waiting a few hours firlIIIIIlnoi On measuring it was found to be eight een feet long The rattles were two feet long and eight incites broad This is n big snake yarn but our informant is a rc1 liablo man and vouches for tho truth itrorgnl1 Messenger ufII WinI lirdljbaa demonstrated ten thousand ttaM that it ii almost infallible FOR WOMANS PECULIAR WEAKrnSSEI IrreiroUrlUei ant derangements It has become the loading remedy for this clan of troubles It exerts strengthenloguponthowombn pressed and painful menstruation For Chango Life it U tho butmedicine undo It U beneficial during pregnancy anti helps to bring children Into homes barren for years It invigorates Btlmu system to all afflicted women Why will any woman saner another minute with certain rulicf within reach t perbottlo dtrteCionlCMtl4110011MfdlA R v J W SMITH Cimden 3 C homolercared hi1 H oooo s999 I so it of T ROSE JDAVIOPRACrICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY 1VAGOyfWand whiii you need anythiiiK of give mo your Homo People get only Uoncst Work nod bo Happy i r EHRE IN rilE HORSB SHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT ttTWf employ only skilled labor every mUll being an artist in his specialty your work is respectfully solicited if I WATCHES GOOD ONES ot 350B- ETTER ONES I at 600 W ANn UlUMUDS Kf I And Watch rteRepairing GO TO FRED J HEINTZ 135E Malty- 1EXINITOS KY j I H iWinonester 1 Bank WlNClIESTElt KY N II W1THBHSPOOX President ItD HUNTEU Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of me h chnnts furmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and olJora Its cnttontors every facility andf the most liberal torms within time litultl o r legitimate bauking octlSly t fa es- tj WILFa 11 l i pcaCtCS1l I Pakin KV tBr IV ri Hardwood Finish a Specialty e Mnil Orders receive prlllll- ptI attention t S hi 4- cq4 WUllISii WJIEELEI HAZEL GREEN KY Blacksmiths and Wapnmak i Shah Frank purelm1Ised cornpletih having Itllel umithimigI mnkillJr toots mind mnterluht lire JIUlJ1 10 III killdl of work III our 1I11tnnd1I most renftnnuhle rale- a ca1 trial llepectfullv JVWT COLVIN WITH TRWI orooeis41CS BROTHER MT STERLING J J J SEITZ W WITH I r WMKBRBCO JODDERS IN Hardware Agricultural Im I fIROICTl r Biliousness f It caused by torpid liver which prevents tllQu J tJ uI1l1dSJermlLl food to ferment and ptitrlfy ID I the stomach Then follow dizziness headache Hoods IIIIa1111s stimulate triuie the liver euro headache dizziness eon ttUMtlnn etc 2ft cenU Hold by nil UruKKlijU TUoouly riljftfo tako with Hoods Sursa- parllla1tHEIIERALD oococ ootx oaooooeo ooo0 +LO L+LItlnG + boOOOOQQQOOODOOOOOOO H D Adams will begin u singing class nt Caskoy school house Saturday morning Better stock will be exhibited nt the fair this year thnn ever before You must seo it by nil menus Prof G N Stevenson who is to be one of the teachers in the llnzel Green Academy will be hero Tuesday J S Adams principal of the hnciiiPH I department of the Hazel Green Academy will be here the first of next week Quito n crowd of Hael Green young folks attended the applepeeling on In Hnturday night mid all report a good time There iis more money among our far mers now thnn u year ago mid the fair promises to be a bigger success than ever bcfowIJiiss Ellen Trimble of Mt Sterling Ars11 T Diiyrt sister arrived here Monday ovining to visit relatives and friends j Miss Nettio Wheeler left Wednesday moriiimr for Frenclil nrg where she will attend the remainder of the institute a that place Tim Wilson started yesterday morning tPt Sterling with a bunch of CO ewe- anti wethers which he will sell at once and return in timu for the fair Ito sure and rend the ad Fur Sale which appear in this iis uo and if you want to buy a lino Kentucky river farm write to 1 M tit Moore Hunt Ivy1 u Edward Day accompanied Mins Hilda Ijorton home Monday and will bring back his brother Hubert who has been III Montgomery since June for his health From evety section of the country comes the news of crowds that aro Gout lag t the fair this year and in many cases they are people who never helot attended The Hazel Green hair commences September 7th said closes till 10th Every ono who can fhotild attend andII MorganMeI Ojio week frat next Tuesday tit gates of the fair ground will be opened1 jutigitiIront gt nttuidcd on the opening tiny The fair ground track has been drag IlcIlllcIrulllcI and is now in prime con dition for training horses If you want hilthimcUc free of charge The hazel Green fair will come olf n I ntl vertiscd beginningi the 7th day of September and closing the 10th Kxten MvcI preparations have been outdo In dicntion lire that this will bo their lest Mt Sterling Advocate Everybody tilts a cold fomelimes ynt turn will come Keep a bottle of Dr hells Pine Tar Honey at lined and bo prepared for an emergency This famous Jetllfulrle sooner you take it the sooner you get wellI A S Valhi who was until recently in mercantile business in Campion and who a few days fincu made an assign entjIcrt for parts unknown Before leaving hull it is raid forged a check on S S Combs and J N Vaughn toI other merchants of that place for IGJ Irnf If M Caldwell Kentuckys Ini mitable Impersonator Klocutionist iii id- nsaisledJMtutptiin by Mbll Sally Burt1 Snturlily ment nt the academy building The pro gram will cmifiia of musical selections recitations Mild impersonations stud the 1 rared8 jjij to the benefit Ill the school rot Culltellcomes very highly recant whirhavospeak in high pruise of his talents and veraatllltyj J I f ntirillyI c cases hut withal went oil civilly and good humored The following ate the iKjjniniitintiH us reported to us by wire Copcti I Floydlbiglns r1twoI htlllilter votes respectively For the firnco of jailer wp did not learn the nom wee There vcro eight or ten running It SaturdayBob I ult11blcbI InI Which Cummins Wt8 aeriuualy and a 1 intheI that he intended to jaiso hell before I Sextonbetweencanto together nuil Dub pulled down on Sexton when tho woman whoso name we have not learned got in front of I Job presumably to prevent him from I shooting though probably i some think seeingthatcould kill kiss and protect him tlf fired and shot the woman When she dropped ho then fired on Cummins who fell on his knees but pulled his pistol and shootingCummins I hausted from loss of blood crowd thought he was dead nlldthoII was speedily placed in an ambulance mill removed In the excitement Sexton escaped and it is not known whether he was wounded or not Cummins was hit in the abdomen and the who diagnosed the woundravophlclliuII opinion that the ball ranged around did not enter into tho bowels in nl1l1II case hu has a chance for recovery woman hovcver was shot through the bowels mail there is no hope fur her Both were alive however tin Sunday morning when our informant left the scene of the From troublIprevtnuslyhaulI Coal Cave a lumber dump in Menefcc county in which Ounutiins made Sex 1tun back down mid that Sexton then sworo he would kill Cummins as ho was the only maul who hind ever made hi intake water Whether they had met from that limn until the reunion we a qj not informed hut as bout were armed to the teeth they wren evidently out for blood Cummins formerly lived here and iis a son of Bob Cummins the shoemaker who now lives at tIay City Sexton is a won of George Sexton of Maytown Laura Trumho who was wounded in the shout ine allray between Harlan Sexton and Hoberl CnmmiiiH illllth dentltHev JIg Mann willon Sunday mornicg at 10U oclock preach lib yeariami everybody who can do KO should hear hint His labor in the masters calico has teen faithful during his stay anuing us and has brought fortli num i Lood fruit Since his advent among us Ihu how had the parsonage thoroughly re paired surd pointed the church lots been rcnaircd and painted walks built in front of it etc In the circuit covered hv him as pastor some lij have been add ed Not only this but his walk as ni nun and as a minister has been worthy the emulation of all truly Christian pct pit Ho is a plain nail a pleasant man and by Isis social qualities hats made many fi lends who hope tlint conference III IIi returnI himi fur another term School at the Academy will begin next Widncuday September 1 All whn satIespecially urged to 1u slay The teachers will hu present and ready fur work Tho program for daily work will he mule unit before the open ire and presented on the first day there fore all should be present Oil that day ill order to be properly elasilictl The business department will open on the first dot said continue through the ses Sinn Tim morning session of the first day will begin at 1l0 oclock Have your children there on time TIll pros peel is very encouraging for a good at tendance After all that lists beta written about usbetter illustration of it than right in tlti town Let any doubling Thomas visit the stores in this town duds in nail day out spending an ciital time in eachin any way he chouses and if he dont say that the store that carries an ad in Tim HKHAII ml the time does the hulk of the trade wo willgivchim a liberal space for an ad provided that should he find it a fact he will buy spare at our rguln- s rates A lair rand square test is all we ask Printers ink will pay anti heres Iproof of it All renders of Tin HKiiAln know who advertises It will be glorious news to tho of the mountains to learn that Nancy Gluons the little black pacing queen and pet of this section will be at t1 fair again this year nail it nlTonN us much pleasure therefore to state that Mr Fitzpatrick her present owner will hnvo hide nail two other good ones hue Since Mr Fitzpatrick purchased Nancy I she has developed wonderfully mind nod some good races at Hlehmond Lebanon und otters places in tho auto firs T1 U Jones and children leave tomorrow for a several weeks visit to friend in Hazel lrecnJlrs Emily Coekrell of Iiszell Green who loss been visiting her neice Mrs Lizzie Stephens returns home uidayMrs M E fur hers lias ut IJariun10ShnireturnsJto visiting Purls 111 this weekMt Sterling Advocate IThe UHM GreenI fair September 7 to 10 In a sure thing ami promises la excel iII poHslhle nil former exhlhltloim We know i the fair wil he firstclam In every respect mid huge to lute the pleasure of liningI Ihc favor sto ifromitly ami Klmlly forwarded hy the management Winchester Sun You boulieVn g + Bill and if youll take a week off und attend you shall thirstyo kccrI t in stock hut it U much better than vile stuff sumo people wo have met tbff ca ionally imbibe itl wit l i l w u- qy F offULOTHEQW o rRICBS IN DAZe DEBtNi+ Ypo We invite the attention of tho public to our 4 L r I CX department It is now complete told wo say without fear of contradiction or trio defIance of our competitors that wo can and will sell you yourti CLOTHINC FOR LESS JMONEYTPT than nny man in Hazel Green Wo also carry a complete lino of General Merchan disc which we will sell as low as any mono OUR DRUC DEPARTMENT complete anti prices unequalled in East Kentucky and wo invite tho patronage of all doctors and the people generally Wo still keep a iirstclnss LIVERY AND FEED SWABXlH for the accommodation of the guests of the Jay House or any ono else who desires to stop with us Parties conveyed to any point in Eastern Kentucky Also Agents for Torrent Campton and Hazel Green Telephone Co- heni in need of anything in our lino dont forget the place 5SjThanking nil our customers for their liberal patronage we remain Respectfully EO WATJJJBEK Salesmull Its I Ai RXHKAW ttb CO g1 l LZJ 1LP Ll ZYffL7I I4Z ELZ7rJ E Z7h 7 77La7 AI ZLZ42rWZ A7 A Zi The latest report over the wire tell UK tin llnzel Urttii 1111111 MHO jHII Wl hope MO IIf the fair in to lit held mill It HclIIII to iiiiiiK fruits tenable utitliorlty that iIt ulll lie everything vies with every oilier ihini ito encouriigi wvoryhocly to go Camptun llnti ner Yea Ilror Norris you cnii hot your hoot site K a go iiinl will he n Mieci1 IU 1anal weather permitting Conn OVIT iintl enjoy vourwolf Wo know how linn It is to run n country newspaper and take it that you will appreciate n rest andi enjoy the recreation to lie fount II- only nt our fiiir Then1 will lit1 preaching every LordsI day morning and evening at till Chrill tinn elwreli Jhc ollicern mill member kindly invite ell wliocni to attend these Hrviem Strangers VMtormiml peixom not member aro cordiidly sicken to IIn piecent Morning norvire nt 1 II1 Idland in the evening lit 7W The topics for ccrmoim nextI I iundny are Christian Duties mid hih There No Hooin fur Jesus petition i1s In elreiihitioii eiitinir on Jlhss LiziIl IIMMl to Heecpt the iioiniiinlioii fur Mipcriiilcileiit of pnhlit KiliooU In lied utility mi the Itcinihlicnii ticket We are tint ulili to Mate with what iliurcc of honor Miss feed eomhlers the proposition Until Comity Deinoerut Miss LUIC wits n plesitinnt visitori hero during comnienccmcnt week at the acad emy smith the friends she mado here daring her brief stay will he glad to hear of her preference should site become the nominee Claude Jones of Spring Hill Term IIIIH written Secretary Cankey of the hazel ireen hair until Driving Turkus Mocintion for entry blanks and will prob 1lrticiplllOlull of spurt this year and if you dent want to sups any of the fun get ready to come mid stay till the fair is over OUTaFill a iMitllo or common glass with urine and let it stand twentyfour hours n sed intent or settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys When urine steins linen it is positive evidence of kid hey trouble Too frequent desire tw urinate or pain in till lack is also con vincing proof that the kidneys soul hut utlerrWHAT TO HO There is comfort in the knowledge KO often expressed that Dr Kilmer Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills backekidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inabil incofliquorunpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many timex during tho night to urinate The mild stud the extraordi restobed It stands the h highcut for its wore derful cures of the most distressing cnflCI If you need a medicine you should have the test Sold l y druugists price fifty cents and ono dollar For n sample bot the and parnphlot both sent free by mail mention Tit UAZKI GaiJKX HKIIAUJ lIl1dlId your full nostolllco address to Dr Kilmer lt Co Hinghmnpton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this tiller A FOR SALE Four hundred tutu sown teen 417 acres of land on Kentucky river Jacksons Ferry Clark count Ky Good hoiiBo find outbuild ings 100 acres of river bottom J MAT MOOJB HUNT Ky I t c r x II Tho Best and Cneapost Schtlal iu Eaatcrn Kontucky AMIMTII I INuxt SSession NORMAL g nSw gesdag PREPARATORY Sept 1 I lO07 mill Courcos Sustained in Every Department Gollegiato Preparatory Normal Business and Bible Thorough World is Required in all Studios Purouod The Expenses aro as Low as PonsibloJH- oanl r XI0 00 Tuition Aeailuinlu H1 UO HIaOlthllllcldI 1000 Twenty t1 TrIII Cnlalog V VIM H CORD Principal IIi 1HAZ L GREEN KY I tt lJy cw1e11Y0 Ww4wwwwwwwrwwnanr= nwwww TRAINING AND FEED STABLE I hnvo opened niy Tniininj nnd Kocd Stnhlunci will Icoop on hand plenty of feed aid It full Biipply of viliiclcs and traps PartiesI coming hero front a distance who oily tUwro luirnos pastured for Ia fogy days or weeks can hnvo tho host pasture at rousomiblo rates f l1ilE Y 3F B BYRDI Wood Also tho convonienco and accommodation of of Day JIotiHo opunod nearby k ti IrfltohiBH Livery will keep lluggioH null llncltH hire at nil times wishing n to at can tolophono mo and any dos rotl or saddle horso promptly will also hive a full supply of hacks for hiro to drummers in charge of careful for which they can contract by tho day for any length of time intending to visit Swango Spring will bo met at either plensuroinwunwwwr + I RTTSTIXJF SIMEDUCATION ZX J V y absolutely to the young man or vounj woman who would win niece In life heliiff conceileil It of the first Importance to get training at this school that ilamli In tho very front rank the BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville KyJBOOKKEEPING Write for beautiful hook csltintintali from do SHORTHAND citpylng prniiihicnt ell over the UnltH BtatcM It will TELEGRAPHY S be mulled fUror College building and ohilcefhirdnndJcfersson y FOR AM KIND5OP it lIO1 mfJt rt 9ztJATL AT TIll HEBAM1 OtFICET I m AI Campton K- yATTOBNEVATLAW 9s4tAbttractaof title farnrshed collee bins madoanl prompt retwrw tfHirnHt J Oirinoclfid with thu lav Arm of k Day Mt Sterling KlIIn civil emetic t- Ii f for guests tho 1 Stablo whoroJt Saddle HoreuH P for Persona vehicle moot them Jolronl have vehicle I drivers Iorsons A neeKMary Thin Is your glvlnjr cnulunten poxltlomi v J FLOYD A juivo v A HOWARD SCAMPEt AtrOKNJ AT4AW OAMPxON1CYt2 4YJ11 NtajltIJt1e sRM ft4Jq i 4IbiJq sewttt4t All Iwudai ia tW k N 4tW 1sratdlltrNdtrlr- n oiil Ab J j 1 a r 4 tir 31 4 f EIGHTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THE I IiIt HAZEL GRECIv U FAIRee I 4ND t c DRXVflTG PARK ASSOCIATION Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday t SErTEMBEft T a SJ11D 10181 FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS Best and Neatest rondo Silk Quilt 11 00 Best and Neatest made Worsted Quilt 1 00 Best and Neatest made Calico Quilt 1 00 Neatest made piece of Patchwork 1 00 Neatest mado piece of Tatting 1 JQ0 r Neatest mndp piece of Crocheting 1 00 Neatest made Pair of Pillow Shams 1 00 Neatest made Sun Bonnet100 Neatest knitted pair of White Ynrn Socks1 00 Neatest knitted pair of Drown Yarn Socks 1 00 Neatest mado Hemstitched Handkerchief with embroider a ed initial bv girl under 12 years1 00- Largest and best wheat ono peck 1 00 Largest and best White Corn one peck 1 00 r Largest and best Yellow Corn ono peck 1 00 Largest and beta Oats one peck 1 00 Largest and best llihet ono peck 1 00 Largest nnd best Rye ono peck 100 Largest and best Sugar Cane one dozen stalks 1 00 Largest and best Cabbage three heads 1 00 Largest and best fleets half dozen J 00 Largest and best tell Tomatoes one dozen r 1 00 Largest nnd best Irish Potatoes ono peck 1 00 Largest and best Sweet Potatoes one peck 1 00 Largest and best Onions ono peck 1 00 Largcslnnd best White Beans one peck 1 00 Largest and best Peaches one peck 1 00 Largest nnd bart Allele + ono peck 1 00 g Largest and best Watermelon 1 00 Largest and bcl Cantaloupe 11 00 Largest and teat Kcrahaw 1 00 Largest and beet Pumpkin 1 00 Best Red Pepper one dozen pods strung 1 00 heat Sorghum Molnwos one unllou 100 Best Honey in Comb ono gallon in glass jar 1 00 Best Roll of UnttiT 1110 pound 1 00 Beet Loaf of Light Bread 1 00 Best Fruit Cake tine dice to ho cut 1 00 Brat Layer Cake ono Mice to be cut 1 00 Best Pound Cuke one slice to be cut 1 00 IIBest Apple Preserves half gallon 1 00 Best Peach Preserves half gallon 1 Oll i Beat Blackberry Prwervwi half gallon 1 00 Best Raspberry Preserves half gallon 1 00 Btrtt Tomato PnsiTViMlialf gallon 100- I Best Currant Jellycn stand 11 00 I Best Blackberry Jolly ono stand 1 00 Best Raspberry Jellono stand 1 00 1 Rest Apple Jelly tine stRoll 100 Bent Blackberry Jam quart 1 00 Best Apple putter quart 1 00 Beet Watermelon Tickles quart 1 00 Cucumber Pickles quart 100 1aBeet Sweet Pickles quart 1 M the other UI ic1cE+ aNlt GLIlTaJ Wagon loads of poisoned fish aro float ing in Kentucky river Valley View Taylor courtly Buffering from adroutl lint ill unusing IWmo nlunu among far toots Recent high waters washed away n sawmill on Last Pork creek in Barren county The 3ycnrolil son of David Scott of Ynnceburcvas fntnlly pored by n cow the other day A Cincinnati man has bought tho Shnrpjburg fair grounds and is going to rovivo the fair A drovo of cattlo foil over a high cliO on Kentucky river ot Frankfort lord Itvo wore killed vTho body of A nogro boy who was mar- dared was found undcr n pilo of rubbish In Kstill county Tho Stanford InteriorJournal t tho sale of 200 barrelsl of old corn nt 4175 por barrel- Watermelons l and were throughout thonever moro plentiful state than nt present W P Blunt of Rowan county wits killed by n log rolling over him white Awing logs in tho woods Thirteen horses woro burned to death and property to the of 10000 destroyed at May field recently Dr Wylio of Hnrrodsburg was ap pointed superintendent of tho Lexington asylum vico Dr Scott removed Governor Bradley issued a proclnmn tlon naming Monday September 6 as labor and a holiday for workIngmen A fine barn belonging to Squire non ick In Clark county containing n crop of hemp and wheat was totally destroyed Vfire John Dugan received n sentence of 21 yrs itt the penitentiary for tho killing iJcrtin CqUwn at Middlcsboro An np c pl will to 1M let taken from pond near the tlta iIIwlu i HI JUxluUm U Q rir lIn3 4- l I Best Tomato Catsup quart 1 00 Heat ChowChow quart 1 00 Prettiest Flower potted not over gallon size bloom con sidered i 1 00 Prettiest Flower potted not ovor gallon size folingo considered 1 00 Prettiest Cross mndo of Holly to ho two feet long 1 00 Prettiest Heart rondo of Cedar to bo ono foot across 1 00 Handsomest Boy Baby under one year 11 O Handsomest Girl Baby under ono year 2 60 Handsomest Boy or Girl under So years one half hours ride on the Flying Dutchman to be fudged at 2 oclock p m on the first day of Tnir The Boy Baby Ring will be judged by threo gentlemen In Floral Hall nt 2 p m on the dny The Girl Baby Rin will be judged by three gentlemen none of whom shall hav served ns Judge in the Boy Baby fling in the Floral Hall at the Fair Guards will attend thep m on the third dny of Judges after the awards are made until the Band plays Hume Sweet Home FIRST DAY Best Buck any nge 2 fi heat Kwe any ago 2 f Best Buck Igrogwnunnnu tl lie Hest Ewe Lamb 2 o Best Boar any nge 2 f Best How any nge 2 f Best Boar under fi months 3 and 1 4 0 Best Gilt under 1 months 3 and 1 4 U Best Bull any age f null 3 s o Rest Milk Cow any ngc S5 and 8 S 0 Best Calf either sex under 3 months s5 and 3 8 0 Best Patted Steer or Heifer under 1 year and 3 S Ol Best Pair Cattle any age 5 and 3 S 0 RUNNING RACK Free for all half milo heats i bost 2 in 3 Purse 10 2510 and 5 PACK on TUOT For horses that never won a nice mill hcatflj 12 int Purse 75 lj 20 surd 10 311 ini HACK Running half mile heats 2 in 3 Purso S 841 2 CO mid 1 fiO SECOND DAY Host PIiI ir of Mules any age single ownership 5 and 8 S 01 test Mule mnre or horse any age iand 8S01 lUst Rule Colt mare or horse rt and 3 S 0 Best Harness Stallion any age 5 and 8 8 01 Rest harness Mare or Gelding any nge 5 and 3 S 0II Best Huddle Stallion any ngeS0 Best Brood Mare nay ngo with sucking colt 5 and 3 S o c J to for Ba c ill 1 notes I amount day taken n i second I causing an epidemic of typhoid fever among the cmployos Robert Stephens a wheat thresher on iris way homo near Owcnsboro was holdup and 300 taken from him There is no clow A ccnliur throat disease is epidemic among children in Grivrs county Sev oral deaths have occurred from it and it is pnzxling the doctors Near Louisville 0 cargo Du tree was mistaken for a cow by Charles Lawrence who fired both barrels of a shot gun at him Duprco will die Mrs Jag Carter of PotUvillo Graves county claims that sho is heir to 30 000000 now In the hank of England left there by John McGownn The oldest house in Lexington n frame structure at 41 West High street U81 torn down recently It was built 110 years ago by Andrew Ida tho S ycar old daughter of David Polly of Mason county was proddinj her fathers horc when tho horso sudden ly turned unit bit oil her uoso close to her face Kentucky presbytery of tho Prosbytc rlan church will meet Thur dny Septem ber 9 with the churchat Walnut Flat in Lincoln county and continue in sea slon four days Joe Jones n negro shot and killed an other negro named Rankin in Woodford county and was captured and lodged ir jail nt Versailles by n mob of the dead mans neighbors Frank Cartmell n ld year old Lcwli boy killed n catamount recently It uwnsuretldseven feet in length anti had been terrorizing tho people in the neighborhood of 1Srty creek county will have tho first school of reform Tho selection of Fa yctto county at some point in it not nearer than threo miles to Lexington VIM decided uipu nt meeting in Louis villo of the school of reform commissioners Elsie Dick tho 18yoarold daughter of Mrs Themna Dick of Jxulsvllle hI been asleep for 27 days Slut WAS suffer lug from typhoid fever and after the fever bad raged for two days ehe rank j Y J into n stupor from which she has not recoveredAs outcome of a feud botwcci their husbands Mrs Juno Young IInlil Mrs Minerva Young of Leslie ivunty mot at a spring and fought and tho former was cut to dental with n butche knife in the handy of the latter rhev wero sistersinlaw Judge Cantril overruled the demurrer to tho indictments against Dr Hunter exCongressman Wilson K T Frank Noel Gaines and lhol11l It Tanner fur conspiracy to bribe members of the Jnto general assembly in the sunatorinl contest and their cases will come up nt tin September term of the Franklin circuit courtFrank Huston the 3 year oldson of iR- farmer at Bichwood Boonp county wa scalded to death while his mother wns I visiting the other afternoon Mrs HIM ton was preparing tomatoes in n largi t kettle Before leaving sho cautioned the child to keep away from tho kettle hut her warning When sin returned tho boy hnd fallen into the kettle and lad been honed to death A Remarkable Cure of Chronic Diarrhoea In 1862 when I served my country liS a private in Company A 107th PcnnsjlI vanin Volunteers I contracted chronic diarrhoea It hns given mo a great den of trouble ever since I have tried a lQell diUorent medicines and Severn prominent doctors without anypcrma nent relief Not long ago n friend seamen gamjlo bottle of Chamberlain Colic Cholera anti Diarrhuvx Remedy and after that I bought and took n fiO cent bottle and now I can say that I an entirely cured I cannot bo thankful enough to you for this great Remedy anti recommend it to nil suffering veto runs If in doubt write me Your gratefully Henry Stelnbcrger Allentown Pa Sold by J T Day By Its Record of remarkable cure Hoods Snrsapnrilln has become the ono two blood purifier prominently illu tho public eye Get only Hoods Hoods rthe best family cathartic pall flyer jucdjclno 25c I 1Y- M 1 iIi Onlrliloihentsa Ruxxixu RACK Free for all half mile heats 2 in 3 1Purse 10 2510 and 5 TIIOTTIXO RACE For Buggy Horses strictly never track worked milo heats 2 in 3 Purse 20 10 0 and 4 THIRD DAY Best Combined Marc or Gelding any age 5 and 8 8 00 Best Harness Mare or Gelding any age 5 and 3 S 00 Best Saddle Mare or Gelding any nge 5 nnd 3 S 00 Heat Harness Mare or Gelding 4 yrs and under Va and 3 8 00 F Best Saddle Mare or Gelding 4 yrs nnd under 5 nnd 3 8 00 Best Lady Rider not under sweet 10 o nnd 3 8 00 i FIIKB ron Au TROT on PAcEOpen to tho World Mile I heats 3 in 5 Purso 200 100 60 and 40 TUOT on PACE For Horses owned in Kentucky mountain counties mile heats 2 in 3 Purse 10 25 10 and 5 J BICYCLE RACE Half milo heats 2 in 3 Purse S 5 2 nndl FOOTKACE 150 yards heats 2 in 3 Purse 0 4 and f2 J FOURTH DAY f j Best Walking liars Mare or Gelding nay ago 5 and 3 oo Best Roadster Mare or Gelding any ago l and t 8 00II Walk huff mile pace or trot half mile run half mile 5 r and t1 fS 00 Handsomest Colored Babjr boy or girl under rue year 2 l1IICONSOLATION nJThIK race is for horse that have started tt- in one or more races duringI this1 Fair antiI failed1 I Iistile1 1 heats 2 in 3 Purso 35 20 10 andI IjFUEE Fat ALL TiioY ou PACE Open to tho SorldMitetheats 3 in ft Purse 200 100 10 and JO NOVELTY Rrxxixo RACK Free for sill A dash of three o quarters nIf u mill Purse 50 10 to horso that is first lit tirnt quarter 15 to horse that is first at second quarter nud jo to horse that is first at last quarter I STAKK RACE Pace or trot A dash of two miles or four 11- II times around track Purse 50 ran 12 50 and 7 50 == =U w faCECBI n m restsW TMCASKEYf Sepa jiSflLSend Secretary Catalogue and information j f WWW 7H at Caldwell Fayetto h It is always gratifying to receive testi monials for Chamberlain Colic Cholen and Diarrluvn Remedy mid when the endorsement is front n physician it it especially so There iis no more sntisfac tory or cficctive remedy than Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Dinrrhom Remedy t writes Dr R K Robyshy sician and pharmacist of Olnoy Mo and ns he flay used tho Remedy in his I own family and sold it in his drug store for six years he should certainly know For sale by J T Day u ThatI Tickling PlnoTar1I0noYI bylutiammnttonbrnnoi of trio throat and respiratory f orpnn A purely vegetable com heallugertles It li guaranteed to euro the moat stubborn coughs ns well as 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