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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I +kkS 3 t 14kt a my dJds + t I + r ij r p 1 J 0 t Jo IJ HflRALDvMade Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell i 11 SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor a ot n xwUy World1 with Sfewa Xnrtoni fFrom AH InmVrlR nt 1IU bank e 1100 A YEAR Always In Advane+ 7lfIUTEEXTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 0 1S97 NUMBER 24 y t d li1ciiEFAIR Tn IGnnJ AtUJUAL EXHIBITION paned in a Blaze ofL 4 Glory and the At tendanco Good 11tEMIFM5 3 AVA1UE Ct J Tf0 eighth anniinl rixhibition of tho Ifoicl Greon fair ltgfln Tuusday morn lug and JOn before the gates true rji Oln open the crowds which thronged1 hetborollilhlrC4 leading to the ground Ittobrushing At n very early hour in 41 4o inornliiff stalwart fArinon apjilledI ffOr il1Ct1 in which to mflko exhibits of their produce nod ladief fair camo Vlth their handiwork to contest for the 1 lremiulOI The Jtrlll hall wns wen111I I 1Jfedilh ashihits lho displn o- e fl Mock was oiIII turd the racing was shn ply grand Wo lurewith glvo the names elthoro who secured premiums ana11t jpineson the first and second days tiYLOltrtl111I i ixittniTs hlkst Dnd Neatest mode Silk Quilt NoV tilled QuilttrsiiXwtand Neatest made Calico Quilt JMla James t Neatest made picco of Patchwork firs Clara Pitmlt 1tliugXnpKwlesIt raflile piece of Crocheting J flfa Ida Ceci- lfcXatestma o Pair of Pillow Shams nItda Knsh KKeatcst made Sun Honnot Mrs Hilda PIJ e t Xeatcsl knitted pair of White Yarn SocksMiss Clark Long 0NeatestJ knitted pair of Drown Yarn ksI she Jmo Long 1KcatcJt made Hemstitched llandkcr ilef with embroidered initial by girl flder 12 years Mattie Evans pecklebardl t JLnrllRt nod best 1yllit Corn on- ek1I1 JoiusI L 0110kConcllockWt51l10 neckJordan peckot611cdi t dertlks1I trgst and hlll Cttbhnge three lion ils Lirgest rMrsltosn Cecil kj nil 11 best Beets half dozon 113 Little f Largest ntid best Red Tomatoas ono dozenS N Norman Larpc and I ohopickotf tarJc l onopeck1f LarJgcsIt mind hose boat Onions ono peck Iargeat aid orepickyirsllosaIar 1 pccku3arJr eat and1 0 8 bestApple ono peek j Satnpla 1PatermelonMnnioniJoaes Largest and Foci Can Inloupo Not fall bbbit1 and best herahnwU Wflrc elkintr lull host PtintpkinlTonrye it eta elBellololtoii dozen pods + ri jThum Mlnssc8 one gallon 1 yak Bonoy in Comb ono gallon in1ar I 11 Cecil titnoll or Butter one poundMrs j t 1 gadscyQC4 1 o n 4Ag d IIansIJest Fruit take one alico to be cut v o entry IJtost s et1MrsBest Pouqd Cake ono slice to bo CUIMrs John Pleratt gallouMN pUonIntHeat Blackberry Preserves lalf gullet Mrsl Craveue ptl1otBerthau t I pUurlIIIInl t Curmnt Jelly ono atand Not filled etflu1JlydBest llnspberry Jolly ono stand Mrs1 Duke Host Apple Jelly ono stand Mrs Joo tSwnngo tBest Hlackborrv Jam quart Mrs lu lIlh Hest Apple Butter Cll11utMw l ello GodseyBest qunrtMrsBelle Host Cucumber Pickles quart Mrs Hilda Day Best Sweet Pickles quart Mrs Lillie McLin Best Tomato Catsup quart Mrs1 Hello Godsey Best enowChow quart Mrs Evans Prettiest Flower putted not lon size bloom considered Mrs1 Ellen Pierutt Prettiest Flower potted not over gal lon size foliage considered Mrs Ellen Pieratt Prettiest Cross mado of Holly to be two foot longlda CccilIPrettiest JHeart made of Cedar to bo ono foot acrossJlra S lncyIHandsflineat I5oy Baby under ono year Mr and Mr Lou Clark Tlandsomest Girl Baby umlerono cnrI AIIKXV Ill001tUf The premiums awarded to stock and races on first day Tuesday wero as follows Hest Buck any ageSot fillwl teat Ewe any nuNot lillod Best Buck InnibSot filled Best 13wo Lamb Not filled Best Hoar any nAjoXot filled lleat Sow any ageNot filled Best Hoar under 0 mot tlisSot filled I Heat Wit under 0h months Not filled ksi Hull any ago First Dave Lin den second G W CVitten Host Milk Cow any age First W T Swango second saute Best Calf either sex under J months First MJ N Ltcy socond W T Swango Best Fatted Steer or Heifer under yearFirst 1 WT Swango second saute nest Pair Cattle any age4irst 0 W Carson second W T bwanf iltfXMNfl llACB Froo for all half milo heats best 2 in 8 Purse WO Jr Mf Swaneo let Sam Patrick 2d P S Marre HII i PACK on TIIOT For Horses thnt never J won n race milo hosts S in 8 Puree 70 Wm Clayton fat II 0 Traynor 2d II C Traynor 8- dluinittelRennin I half milohoats 2 in n Purso S MiTea Linden fat Il W U McFarland 2d L K Daniel Sd- BECOKI I 1t YIHost Pair of Muloa any RJfBlnglo ownership First L K T M 8rtln 0ii Best Mule mare or horse any ngc First Harry Perkins second J M San O I Best Mule Colt mare or horse Firat W T Swango second II 0 Swango Best Harness Stallion any nge First David Baskford second Hnrltm May Best harness Mare or aelding on- pnoFirst John Grccnwndcj second W 1 Swango J 4 G UItnn otJ1ledyucklugI 11 0 Swango Bart Sucking Colt First W 0 Port kink second11rn1nek Itaat Pair of Farm Maree or Gleliinccl tiny age to wapon First John Cecil second H 0 Swango Hestfaek any ftlfeVirst Frank 1ak- seooudll1 Swaiifo rounItain norm Only MH liwitSj1 1 in A Purse S80Q M 0 Tmjtnor llot I 1I UwrMje 21 Wot L Slay 3d HtjcKixq HACK irea for Mil half mile heats Sin 3 Purae 40 jr Jli SnmPlltrlck1 Tttorrucu HACK For Buggy Hor on strictly never truck worked toile heats 2 1stJJJ I BYRAN ANSWERS QUESTIONS IGreat Apostle of Vrco Coinage Frankly Complies With a RonubJlcnus- Iloquest During the recent yiHit of lion Wil liam JJ tlrllll to Montana he was called upon by X United States Senator San tend AH the ox senator loft lie handed Mr Hyran 11 list of questions M in all hearing njHin tho silver question and asked Mr JlryAn if ho would fur nish answers The latter said ho would The M questions and answers woro as follows Question I When it is enacted that ale grains of standard silver shall con stitute a dollar do wo thereby fix the value of silver or merely define tho meaning of tho word dollar Answer Tho present silver dollar contains 411 grains of standard silver When the mints are open to the free and unlimited coinage of silver tho govern inont simply declares that that amount of silver when coined shall constitute a dollar just nil it now declares that 25 S 10 grains of standard gold when coined constitute a standard dollar fie pur chasing power of the dollar both under the gold standard and under bimetallism depends upon tho number of dollar Under tho goldsturdnrd the law declares thnt nil gold of sta tlard finoncsw may be oonverted iinto money timid the primary money depends upon the amount of gold presented for coinage Under bimetal lism the government declares that all gold and silver of standard fineness may bo converted intu money at a fixed ratio nod tho amount of primary money cle ponds upon the gold timid sliver presented for coinage Tile government dues not decide what tho pureha ing power of a dollar shall be whether it bold or sil ver lint the government can increase thou putcha ing power of n dollar by limiting the coinage to gold alone or it can leHii the purchaNing power of a dollar by admitting silver to coinage on equal terms with gold The gold standard had guMbyullism will reduce tho purcliaging power of gold just to the extent that the gold standard has increased it Question 2 Iii tho commercial vnluo of the metal in tr coin tho measure of its Value and oaentinl In doteniiiiiing its elllciency aa money Answer Under free and unlimited coinage there can be no material differ once bftwOtlIl the ratite of tltu ntetnt aid tho coin lioeauso any ono dosltlng tho coin van present the metal fag coinage without limit Mini without charge and any one desiring tho metal can melt tho coin Bimetalllats contend that free coinage will no increase 4ke demand for silver us to raise the bullion value to 129 an ounce measured by gold Jold and silver have been driven apart by boa tile legislation which has ncrea od tin purchuing jvower of an ounce of gold Oil the one hand and decreased thin gold price of allyer on the other Bimetal Tram will increase the demand for silver and losses tho deinnnd fur gold thus bringing the metal together and making an titmice of silver whether coined or uncoined worth 120 in gold multi tho silver dollar will then bo equal to the gold dollar in this country or anywhere else in tho world Question 8 If silver dollars contain ing varying quantities of silver were Ito sued from tho mints as legal tender i monoy would they circulate contompo raucously as mOIly1IAnswer If tho holder of silver bullion was permitted to convert his bullion j without limit and without charge into dollars differing in size but n legal i tender for tho same amount ho would convert his metal into dollars of limo least alzo If there wero in circulation dollars of dlfloiont weights tho heavier i ones would bo rccoincd into tho lighter dollars or if they were not recolncdc would pass nt a premium In other 1 words two silver dollars of different weights would hOt circulate together under free and unlimited colnago1Qll- eeUon 4 Will colas of different I commercial clue fulfill tboMtte picaea i I 1J 1 1 r- tMftnany function if the law calls them by Iudiscriminately Answer While it in true that two coins of the rune denomination lint of different commercial value will not clr culato at par under free and unlimited1 col tinge it is alw trill that tho commer cial ratio will conform to tho legal ratioI whenever the IulnaKo demand ucqiiil to I 0111Ii 1II1111 It is tint fair to say Ithat tho commercial ratio how existing between gold timid ell vet bullion will remain the samo whet our mints afro OIHMI to tho free colnngoof loath motals Tho gold value ot Mlver full whoa the Indian mints woro closed It tell again when it became apparent that the purchasing clause of tho Hhfr man law would ho repealed limo gold price of silver rose after tho pamago of thoughHuttt surplusbullionj lism rests upon the feet dint gold and qumutitlehencea monetary use can be created for both bylawcoinage Question 0 In it true that n metall commercially undervalued in n bimetal lie system of coinage will be hoarded Answer If either metal is commercial Ily undervalued it will boat a premium Iwnrlledbecausetho interest upon it and it may not bo premniunt war gold and silver wore at n premium nUll yet they wcro used in this country prl1hlln 1800 silver premium and yet dur ing all that ported we hind both gold tumid silver in tho country and the debtor hadll- a right to pay his debts in either coin While ho may not have exercised tho option often tho option was of advan trifle because it protected him against a corner in either metal Question 65 In what country does bi metallism in fact now exist in itn mono tary system where coins of both metals circulate as m0I1I1 Answer Gold and silver do not now circulate concurrently at a lined ratio in any country whore free and unlimited coinage iis given to both metals tho reason being that the bimetallicl standard sillioieutlylniportemnt eoiungiIhimetallists 1 States iis great enough to do what a smaller nation cannot accomplish Qustion 7 If the Act of l17U instead of dropping time coinage of the nilver did her hud provided that 200 grain of standard silver should henceforth ho coined without limit or be n legal tender for 1 wouldsuch coins have circulated Rot money aide by duo with gold coins and been worth 100 cents in gnId- Answer To have constituted 206 grains of standard silver a dollAr the gold dollar remaining KM it wtw would have been to 04t lltlh a ratio of S to 1 instead of 16 to 1 Jt would Imvo been impoeaihle to maintain the purity lit tween gold and silver nt that rAtio I ie c ue ilher nutlous nflordwl n more favorable ratio to gold Hut when we establish the ratio of 16 to 1 we give gold a moro favorablel ratio than now oxiiU in Kuropenn nntloun and therefore there would bo noroHii for gold halving u Question R If tho net of lAin hind provided as suggnteil in iuestlnn 7 would our silver mines have been worth twice Itl much and would silver mining prulhtnbleAiithe ratio of 8 to 1 iiiggoAted in Question paritybetweencontinuedro1clflllcI for ullvor as monoy and to that extent it would Imvo protected the silver miners from tho loss which hostile legislation has entnilud upon timc- mQuestion U Would the silver dollar permit of yet further impairment ilK to Its woightaml fineness and yet ellloleutly fulfill tho errand mud function ofn dollar Answer flongre 8 line a right to coin money and regulate tho value thereof and this power was exorcised in tho be ginning when time ratio of 10 to 1 was established It was again exercised In 1RJJ4 when tho gold dollar was reduced in size and the ratio changed to IQ to 1 There Is no drwiro upon tho part of bl metallista to Icaien the weight of time sl vor dollar or to imago time ratio now existing botween gold nnd ailvcr coins Blmctaulsta simply desire to restore n giroLinckenjoyed by it but now monopolized by goldQuestion 10 Could our gold and sU vor coins bo ccirrcsppndlBgfy reduced in weight and Ao cntllmultaluOitllt and their existing VAlue and efflclMOf tilt wafay be 1iIitaid try Oklatfu l 1 r r I A Answer lime fineness of dol Inr tho flnencM of the sliver dour mutt i f tho weight of the g dd have till l ceii ttgfgcs nflbcted their value Time nl11otH of c JioVefrbeencoined Hut tho qticotfon then 1is Irrolfl V vent because bimetallista do not desire to change either tho weight or finonesJi i L fheydesirelimo u lreecl1tweightlh tltttlol1QtlcftllclalI vnluo of tho raw nmterlul in coins CRjtential if those rains nro to refill the uno mouetnry function in tho commcr clal world Answer Concurrent circulation of V tho two metals is not essential to biniot allism It has already been shown that tltuUnltetlalthough the metals did not circulateV concurrently the JII OIl being that Franco maintained n ratio of loj to 1 Tho French ratio was moro favorable to gold thou ours up to 1MM and moro tavorablo to silver afterward Tlio legal ratio of France controlled time cummer v cial ratio in time United States anti raised gold to a premium after JS31 There being now no such inllueneo nt work to destroyI tho parity blmotnlHat + l contend that time parity inn bo maintain ed between gold and 1111 or lit the ratinof 10 to 1 I may add that during tho systeminover condemned it in national convun ion lint it is a significant fact that after tho abandonment of bimetallism and tho adoption of the gold standard no political over commended tho gold Htaudard prior to 181H5 and in 1891 tho hold Democrats who did commend the HaM slllnilnrd only uiiialnnwl IJlJOflrt votes in the wholo country The Rte publicaii party pledged itself to promoto international bimetallism mud tho nd ministration has already sent a commiH emit abroad to petition the nnlions of IKuropo to cp operate with tho United States in getting rid of tho gold standard Question 1U Would changing th vignette legend or milling on any ono of our coins change HA ofllcicncy or value tu tho commercial world Answer Tho changing of tho Inserll- tilln UJMIII our coins would not afltot tho valuo of tho coins in tho commercial world but if tho stamp of tho Knglfch sovereign wore substituted for tho Clod less of Liberty mad tho American eagle our American colim might bo moro plena ing to those who think that our liuiuiQliil policy Hlmuld bo determined for us by the litmnciers of London Question 18 Is that good money IIffultimato redemption which needs to bu ItTsurwll agnliiHt loss or damagrH by lire Answer The thirteenth question over looks tho fact that gold can bo motUitl without lens boon USB mil only because It can benoinml without charge If the tgovernment charged five cents for con venting 25810 grains of standard gold into a dollar that dollar would lose jlvo cents iu mteItiug III other words thu fact that gold can be melted without lore Iis due to law not to nature The unnio whon silver is givenegmtallprivilegessilverwith gold Question 11 Would thu maniifaotnro and Iidiiiiftiuw of a cheaper coined dollar increase tin value of the property in tho United States or redistribute that property moro near equal Answer If time weight of time dollar whether Kohl or iHv r woro lemmod the nominal value of property would be In ortaOO but the purchasing value of a dollar man bo increased or diminished without changing tho weight of tho dol lar President ifcKlnloy In u pcccli mndo In 1801 crlticlAflJ Mr Cleveland fur diHcrhninnting against silver nUll de clared that Mr Cleveland was tryiiiK to nfake dollars dearer by tanking theta sntroor mad even Intimated that this was equivalent to tusking money tho mn ter anti nil things elseI time servantV r The gold standard Otis raised the purchasing 0 power of monoy nnd caused u general tall in prices Limo restoration of bimetallism would undo what gold monometallism hue dune To lessen tho weight of tho dollar after a contract w lhlmado would injure the creditor JmtaH 1 an IncroaBo In tho weight of a dollar would incronso tho debtor but a similar V result eau ho produced without elmnglnjf tho weight of tho dollar The dobtoM of tho world have boon Injured by Jlogin lation which has tuorcnird the value orI f gold If by time latter part of tho four teenth question it is meant to assort that s bimetallism would cause n redlstrlbtitlou of proporty It may bl replied diRt bl- motAllism niercty rCHtorc time conditions which existed prior to 1870 and stops the unjust Advantage which tho govern mout has been giving to tho money own inqf and money changing clRIIIelf At ike iir c oxVnio of tho wenlthproducinKcrmftWI c Heloua Mont Herald wifNDEkF att et wcrir hr are ciruippllettad1d 1 flood anu- PIrm 3 PUR RL04D4 t- if r l 61- 1r C Iit It IiUr tr IHERALDf S I lf IFCNOKX JOOPEK Editor n HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sqit 0 159- 7ANNOUNCEMENTS r R 1 For Stato Sonator Wo mo iiuihnrizcil to nnnounco 4DItOUBKTSol Ow ttv county nm rnnilidiito for Slnto SiMiutor tar thoiUih Surialorliif r illbtricl subject to the action of the Demo eratlo party For Magistrate Wo nrn nutliorized to announce W II IlLANKKNSUIPas n cnndliliite for MHJH Irate In the first Mnyiiturin Dlctrlct kiili jectI only to the voice of thu people ut the Novuiiibur eht cliuu18N7n For Surveyor of Morgan County Wo urn nuthorhieil to nnnntiiu AMESJ S 1IALSKY at n cHmliiliitf for County Sur veyor of Morgan county suliject to thu lu cmon oi the voters nt the November 1807 election DEMOCRATIC TICKET Fur Clerk of Court of Appeals SAM 1 SIIACKELFOIUJiil Duvlott- 1or Circuit Jiulgit n U ItlCDWI Vlv ofllrMlhtlt For CormnonuOAUh Attorney A IMlYKDofI Wolfe For Ituprreontntlve A U IlIWATT ofMergwn- Pbf County Judge QTCKNTRK lfr County Attorney A II SrUIllm l or Circuit Clerk J PVAJfSANT For CftHMlt Clerk h ILAS Tirrr- tor Sheriff l1 COmw IV Jailer 4 W COII his Jer AMlMeri- 1 0 W VMliU For CMit iptr4tiMlf m of Sohooli J Y YAUUIKISI For Coorener- J tV SAM1MM 1fer SUrr tr It J CUBliCHi First 1Khltlrl1 Ulhtdllh jimticit uunts lctttoJ n HOSK- C n UbloSYLfIJ Tlill XOllilAX Second Unl trUl DUtriet Jiutloo of the PasolI U LUGO LNiiifituUleJ II DKAKIt Thint lUfll rlnl DUtrlcl Iiutlce vf the IoncoIUKSS IIOIIOV Ton Ul lI W ROfii- rosaooo4alpo00000 ooso ooooooeooo iI THOUGHTOHRAPHSl t oJOfO WW 690MV0000bia0 0 m DiHiATCHKH bring iho news that UiC starving nilncrH of the Panhandle district lhnrobrought suit to recover wages held by Hnww liiroliiiB 6eTJIR coal intiiOH slitko is about over A conference of the loaders has deckled t on u ecnlo that Is satisfactory and it is said tho men will soon return to work t TUB rush to tho I lol1llyo gold ileitis t still continues and a government ofiicial a I declares that not 20 per cent of those now on their way will live tosco Dawson I City NJKT Monday is tho time and hazel Green is the place where tho next state F senator from thud 14th district will bq 1 named Wolfe county instructed for A U Hobcrtst t j Tits yellow foyer line made its annuals appearance on the southern coast of our country and n number of fatal cases UfO reporcd from Ocean Springs sand Uiloxi 111IssI One fatal case is reported run Louisvillet a Tin Hunter and compvny bribery casts will como Up shortly and it iis inti mated that moro indictments will bo it afound if Mayor Todd of Louisville Is Bummoitcil as a witness and wilt tell all a he knows About It d- aA i t Tjtc Dewocrotic Btato central commit r 4r Ut Met at Lexi 4toa l lt Tlirirxky and e P Jidiiliit Mi fcti iMM Mrttn at tat zi3i aI Sl v place and begin an nctlvo campaign Chdirmnn P P Johnston will direct af fairs with Owen Cochran as secretary and T II Cromwell assistant secretary 4t Tins New York World sort out en quince to dtflercnt states regarding tin i present prices of wheat und itilvcr and what effect tho wave of prosperity now rolling over tho land will havo on till silver question Tho answers all come back thnl prosperity huts reached only the speculators and 16 to 1 is gaining ground every day V1 EP FJJZQ h 3 Oi lIAGO FIN COUNTYI Cyrus Chips Judge Coopers wife is still very low Crops are looking very well Fodder ing is at unfit i Sam Collins has iris new store house I completed and will move in Monday I Wallace Harmon lute returned from n short visit to Floyd county and Mays crops look wcllIJames Love pa4 oct through our neigh borhood with hU threshing machine and says wheat iis good September L Oii TIMHU MENEFEE naUNTYII j FrcncUhura FurnishingsI Farmers lire complaining about dry iveather Taylor Coldiron is very low with ty phoid fuser Miss Nettio Wheeler visited friends in Froiidhburg during Instituteii Died on August 81 the infant child of W C and Maribn Taylor of this placeMarried Thur lay September 2 Hob ort Lyons of near Wellington and dies anti Sinulliiig daughter of Abu Sprad llnjj of heaver hill neighborhood Teachers iimtitute was held hero boo ginning on the i3rd lilt It wan almost wholly represented by all the lencher and was ably conduuted by Prof1f A Lipps formerly of Virginia but now tOMuhing the school at this place Died at his homo in Fronchlmrg Sep loinbor 1 Stun Clarke an elder of the Mf 1CI ohtireh Bro Clarke hay long boon a working member in the church au though straying anido at some lilluI wo boliovo in his strong desiro to live for Christ Many friends mourn his huts StlloIllLJir B Inrrldlt- a UrowNsviMi TKXAB AngustJf 11SD7 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green ICy Dear Sir Knolojod God monoy outer for Ono Dollar for which you will pleaseI give me credit on subscription and con tinne paper at this place Very respectfully M1 1C TALMIIIIII 1 SMild form of yellow fever nt this place no serious results Regards to Mrs1 Cooper f In tko World of Art and Loners As tho result of the development of our public school system and the cheap ening of books there tins grown up a largo elites of men and women who seek broader education Their duties in life or luck of means exclude them from the universities The Cosmopolitan mnga tine has undertaken the task of bringing liberal education in its broadest sense within tho reach of those who have tho aspiration but are deprived of the opportunity Doctor Andrews late of Brown University has undertaken the prosidcn oy of tho Cosmopolitans educational movement The work thus begun is not intended to tale the place of regular university work but to lIuppln gap in existing educationalI facilities Those who are really in search of knowledge will find direction and aid It can do nothing for those who have not the do sire to study An intending student sends to tho Cosmopolitan New York his name occupation previous courses of study studies to ho pursued objects and purpose for which course is design cd and tho number of hours daily 9 ml weekly study which can be give n No charges of any kind will bo mndo to stu dentsThe Sales of lands Snrsaparllla arc tho largest in the world because tho cures by Hoods Sursnparillu uru wonderful perfect ptnnuncnt Hoods Pills art the best fancily cathartic and liver mcdlclac 25e I c R vbaerrcherriesa2 ifJatY CK oev A III b bthanI IIB nnd theres nothing to bt done hut IhO hickinjr for we ollbr bargains more temptingI iIIlat 11 for ao little motley so wo oiler Ut BiteIPf Il 1 threebuttonsups 0 enoofnor fnnncr satin Wo hnvo norrer sold those goods for ItL than SIJt SI5atmi 18 I 1 Now Pluck PalOther Bites jijrOQt200 men a Linen mints at 7f c u pair unit youll have to itO for them I nnywhereI tvellatiI1 1 1I i I willlldilthntj 111TdowPluck mi JLoiiis Gus StrausI CLOTHIERS11iV E8I Gr rCIL raanci weerMattorapes ac oaa+ asseracans pairu Maid moovaa ta yam q asvaa lo ucu aw wenoenr 4 m ea4 il LWi1 v r I 0 U2 p t m rt QtomOQQ SRr4 0 cd cJ 0 rd rrt PIOCu aj- i1 t- UJ s 0 rcrcJrd rct2t Q V orb dp bl cst O 1 4 0Cl KJH CQ rQ + Cd =s Q Gt 0 ROm r DAVI0 PRACTICAL 0- BAGK8MTU8 AND WAGON MAKER S IIAXEL GREEN KENTUCKY j WAGOIWand when you need anything of give me your i Homo People get only Honest Work and be 11111fitfit f f iI ro IN THE HOUSE SHOEING AND HEPAIll DEPARTMENT employ only Hkilled labor every man bring an artist ill his specialty your work ia respectfully solicited J HU On FOIL WATCHES I I rI r II II I I GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTERI ONES at 600 tNu ttWtttts4 0- II And Watch Repairing UO TO FRED J HEINTZ 133 E Mala I fnxINtiTON Ky i j i 1Ario1es1cr1VINC111Tlat e Bank1 j I KY I PresidentICashier jI Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This flank solicits the accounts of nitr ehautiu farmers traders and business me generally throughout Kobtcrn Kentucky and offers its customers every facility ana the most liberal terms within the Moults legitimate baukiag octlSly t Tijd11- t IlJJ 1rIJJS ONy Practical Painter OHKlvN KV- Uardvooil ID1Ilhl f Finish n Specialty j if Mail Orders rest Ive prompt 4tH uUfiitioii 1 1 fltt t ll k 1 WliEIIS l = VIEELEt II AXEL GHEEN KY Blacksmiths and Wagonmal IcutlllIIhlll Intttkhti tools and nuu erialsire r4sf do all kinds of work in unr hut on most rcnuoinilile nite situ ue a a trial HCipcc fullv J11ILLI ti G lulu Ibl QTl- l COLV1N W rruZTRIMBLE BROTHS oesa1e GIOCOI1- Tl 4TEItLtNl J SIITI W WITH W M KERR 9 DtODDERS IN Hardware RC Agricultural Ira of1ROif h 1 rrrrna 1ttHE MElillUr = 00000000000000c1 t +LOq LLIsrlnG alI i oxooooo oczQOOO I Ray MOSI of Montgomery is litre this week taking to the tli15hlSIl Ig- t becII1IJojourolng lt il I Mrs Steve Tutt nUll three daughter I are taking in the fair tiiis week r Jordan Wills of Muytown is to be e o been at the fair ground again this year IQl the White Sulphur band Ui with usI again tins year nut wo note u marked Improvement W P Norris of the Campton Rinnor WMU pleasant caller at TilK HiiuiD Ii 0flce Tuesday d Samuel Grctsnwiulc of Spencer is n Z3quert of Mrs F N Dty this week Ull1 taking in the fair K Iitthyof GUI plOlI took in the lair und while hens made a social visi to THE Iliiiuu office James Young anti Amlcrvoii Howard I of SltellCerluo taking ill tIll fillP ant1 i ire atoppini with Mrs P X Day s The three Ureonwade brothers John Soul and Tominie are hero from Ion r gomery with some horues fur the fair Mrs W II TaullxT if Hazel Green + i r It visiting her sun Dr d I J Tunlbuf on ttJIIWIWI Democrat RSSycmou Green Butler who was shot by Itng Pamons at MlI Sterling some time ngo has so for recovered as lu he out again William Grain of Fleinlngshnrg who has been wiJHiirnini in this vicinity fur several weeks returned homo plat Friday tinurntngt j Prof U N Stevenson will treaeh a- r t DII yhoro Sunday at 11 oclock a inI The ollicers of tho chinch desire a largo attendance iJAThu Methodist conforonou mcelH at w Mt Sterling next Wudnofduy atilt it i- p iis there will hoover foU strangers OJt 1thuught city 1prirQLI 1 H Thompson and three chiI IetiiI ofHarry Liiulon and Ulay I City are mopping with MM K X la luring the fairy i Jess Stvungo of Illinois who lv- f been visiting relatives at Hawl Green passed through here yesterday en runt 1 RoaneMt Sterling Advodtte pirs Kllen Jiurnlt aeeompaniid by i her grandniece Nellie Kvatis left last S week for a protracted visit to Lexington I bluegrassIlfessrs111 lIIIICIJuIerret- urllctllo their homes in Mason coun s ty lust Thir8ay utter a pleasant sojourn of feyeral weeks in dais neighborhood MiiisfH llattie mad Klla Dire left for hum in Lcill tOIl last Friday 1their after being tho guests of Mrs Ellen lKiish of this place for the past twp months At tho Christina hunhUII next SunI day morning and eyentnj the following t will be the topics for sermons How to Trots in Grace toad liTho Christie fur the Times I 1 preventebyI r quic1y Honey U taken 9 MM 11 L Wheeler and two little ous of lieatty ville crone ovor last weok tinelure now the guests of George W Whtcler anti family of this place out tukim III the fair llov L K Mann leaves Hazel Greet Friday morning and will stop at Pino Grove over Saturday and Sunday for 4 tho last quarterly conference and then go to Ml Sterling to attend ihe slate confertuco While in Mt Sterling he will be the guest of IL Fv WylU on llurriuon axcnue t I t 1 M Xffsrca Slinnlo L Day and Louis Ktwh j I returned homo from the institute nt f West Liberty on Saturday morning and I report n good Institute from SO to 100 ii- I tenchcrs in attendance I I I I IOwlllg lo some dulny III pro lcea of i ollCllolInJt f stituto at Jackson Ky has boon post t poncd until September 13 II Villiam E Hush crone up from 10q ington on Tuesday to see his HisicrMrc Spencer Cooper who is dangerously ill ttusinm interests necessitated his return home Thursday morning W L Pay wife and little daughter come up from Spencer last Thtirsd ly to visitI his parents Mr nod Mrs1 F N Day null other relatives and friends rind of vottrso will take III the fair ItcvUiiirnctt lllankctmhipH horse that was kicked at the lCntorprio association died Saturday night of lust week E L Klinkcn hips mare that was kicked at the pnmc thus and place is in u critical condition The annum meeting of the Christina llhlltrun district will he held with the Bethel church on TOIIIH branch in Mortriin county beginning till tlio third Friday in this month i iu the 17 itlist Kentuckys inimitable impersonator elocutionist null musician Prof It M1 thetCiddwell in a interesting select and academy chapel tonight Thursday trI Cnldwells versatile style admit l of many variations which delight tall who hear him hits program iH calculated to plenso both adult and children The following isi the program cnsblrocr2 riiilitlton How liiihv Ibn e- d8JlnsieU lu to Ihu Memory to till late Tlmniid A HtiudrhkK I 1tft itniionA 811111 in tho Schoolroom 61lusic A Little Vddinir Murhl alPeitnilnlhu Old Man Uo1 a toTowni iinperalro lino I lie Oiintrt JtIIIIMIIIIIIJ 11I 111I1I1tlitullfloralI such us the hiss xiprauo younit llulu Jut from hoarding mIuMil the timid little KlrI the baritone hum the vlollmello innndolii nod IMIIJII KHlIcslIIIIIIThlJ Ark mid the flood1 or A CHitipHiuothiK Sermon of IiU- iUJlnte II Hot Wind Wul- U10Iniper I auatinuihc Hnru Yiird- A reiieeiilatloii of domentln fowls such MY Ilie tliiHkiiiK of n hen orowinn of n r trm lei fhlrpiiitf of H lit tlu ohhkoii growling ofu bog frunliiiK of a hung mooing of a cow hUiiliiijf olslicop ctrl clu- I 11tlnsirI Cttinpnign Murrh I lttclIMllullTIIII Delmtiug Soeletv yThe price ofudmis4inn IK Ifl wnU for adnllH and 10 edits for children Get your tickets curly milscnro swats hefire Isthey are all guile U ors open at iO oMisslo1laryl Olforiaas September iii the month fur iincreasing thechmchtxttlIlIioll fund of the liii reins of Christ The church at tils+ place will take the collection on the fourth Lords Day the 5th ill + t Tho oderings for general home minions will ho taken cm the snore tint The church at Hazel Green in known fur its liberality towards missionary work dud tho ollcring Ihia month will certainly not show a back ward step IKvory member of the church nhould hove a part in these good wink + by making an ollering however cma 1 tend Hocoml Corinthians nthturd fith chaptcrrt Do not forget the day Fun day Septembers or the offerings for church extoiihion and general homo mill sions 11tIHI Cotta Minister IACuro tor Bilious Colic llKFOtrrci Screven county GaIh- ave been subject to attacks of bilious colic fur several yenta Chamberlains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhow Itemedy is the only sure relief It acts like a charm One dose of it gives roller when all other remedies failG D SliAltl For lee byJT Day rnA precocious youth who roads the uuws spurs submits the following unique composition on the lynching evil Lynching is wrong It hurls the limbs of the beautiful trceS where the birds IIlillg It also hurts the people whats lynched They should have a regular haiigin1 an sell peanuts an1 lemonade People whats hung regular by law al ways go to heaven I dont want to go to heaven that way To Oure a Cold in Oi a Day Take Laxative Brume Quinine Tablet All druggists i refund money it It falls to cure 2tic 1 Z CoCL II J 1 I rBHDBI i J H c- THB f ORJJNATOflS OP LOW1 PRICES r IN Vr1HAMKs GRJmENitt1f 1 We invite tho attention of tho public to our OlLC 1 Jb4IWl C5rA t1 department It is now complete and we say without fear of contradiction or the Si defiance of our competitors that we ran and will sell you your WCLOTHBNG FOR LESS MONEY1Bt than any man in hazel Green We also carry a coniliifrt him of noYimnl Arniwimu 4 elanrcontpleto thin prices unequalled in LastOUR DEPARTMENT i UllUtl i Kentucky anti we invite the patrollttgoe generallyfi ui B FEED SlABLEN for the nccouimodation of the guests of till Day House or any one else who desires j to stop with us Parties conveyed to any point in Eastern Kentucky t QS Also Agents for Torrent Campton and Hazel Green Telephone Co tJVlwnin need of anything in our lino dont forget the place AOIP O ESILOOIH BJO OS tV VIllaltlungtill our customers for their liberal patronage we remain Respectfully 0rl tCrrtTEn fs rH3ilLli ixi x l ltA7rL 1 CO ZyJ77 I L F Jrrz PZI7C7v 7J77 J I717 7JJ I I Scientific American I Aacnoy for CWUAT- Ov tttAntRDE9tt1t0 COPYIMCHTO oto Fnr Information and row Hnmliioolc wrlto to MUNH R CO Wit HIIOAUWAY row Y UK nlda t humnu liar tmurtnltl umlalnAUUcna Ivory iiidiit taken nut by ua l + lirotiKlit JM fora too imlillc by a uutlcu clvvu true otcJiarga lu Uio JittC h C GA UC xnttL Iirpf t clnulrltnn of nnr F ntlB i rnnr Tn Ilia Mnl r iiUiIU lUutrmoI NI IiitiMitrrnt Inns t I In UhutAtnaw ekl3rllo t IbtLJ4IItNL THE RAMS HORN SIa NOH ANTIAN NON r CTANIAN UTICMIY IYimIlU9J ecccNTnic fJQ m- It IVTcBt widely quoted raper on earth Whole sermons In a sentence Full or cartoon and pictures orOnty peso per year Sand 100 for trial subscription i 7MC RAMS HORN IIU WOMANO TCMPLC cuHNtncv on CHICAGO I TAMPU OCR ItrtlT OK I AnyonoMndlnc nrlirlrli and dcoriliitlon map quickly Mcerttdn rreo whether nil invention Ii prolmblf putonuiilo Coiiiniunlcstlonn utrlctlf UhtettunertlrPCUfInapntonl4In Intrntfl taken tbruiuh ilunu ii Co niculvtepuclal notice In lho- SCIEHTIFIC AMERICAN lipnutlfiillr IKuMrntnit Inmost clmilttlon of HartLdIsixJ AlIIDJIOOKMUNN CO 311 Ilraudway New York I 1 Tho Dent and Cnoapont Schdal lu Eastern Kentucky 1 1 1 1 e a 1 r I IJfo11l I 1 I NORMAL CUOINESS PREPARATORY i RBX1 Cecsioq Befls1ednosE1au sept I11097F- ull Courses Sustained in Every Department t BiblocfJRequired all Stndioc Pursued st The Expenses aro as Low as Possible 00TuitionUU7altlontSuhalsrshlI1suuIf 00UIorlurulI =Irill CHlnloj wad further ItMurmiUion wrlto lo I PrincipalIHAZEL CREEN IICY cl anrn nflw fnfnnfwww TRAINING AND FEED STABLE II Imvo opinod my Twining 81ll Fetd Stnblo 1 and will keep on PUltift1Il fov dnya or vuokH can havo tho host pasture at reasMiablu ratos LjIJE 61Ttr1I3I FLOYD Campton Connected cvUpraeUee is Also fur the convenience anti accommodation guostH tho Day House I hove opinod noarby llratohiKH Livory Stable wlioroX will keep Htiggien lorHoH nod JluckH fur biro at nil Limes IciHoiiH wishing a vuhiclu to moot then at Torrent can tolophono and havo any desired vohiclo fiiiddlo lro11l nth 1 will alnn hove a full supply hacks for hire to drununore in charge carofnl dl timoPlrtllJIIsoithorRothrill1 plensuroiminn A BUSINESSIfJ2HI9 n ncmnury young ninn or vniiiiy who would MIICCCM III This lulntc conceded It U of iho first importance I your iralnliii tit nchool that seuuls In iho very front runk KyIII BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESSII COLLEGE LouisvilleI BOOKKEEPING Write for beautiful hook Klvlnif tcMltnonlnl front t SHORTHAND etipyhllitrolnlnent piiNltloin nil Culled SlnKi I TELEGRAPHY y building stud olllce Third lulu J = o uiFOIL ALii JOSDS O1 u JJrrit U4 oo z Jh m1t40n nJt71 CALL AT T111 lIERALl OCr1i E A BYIID Ky 1 ATTOJINEYATLAW vuaraiteedclonwith Iar firm of WosdADiy Ut Sterling Ky la I e I j J l of of i Saddlo i or horse of of i win life Ihh the over the to I the mo A HOWARD STAMP R ATTOtlx7YAT4 +OAMPXONxf l Will praotlce 1I the Conrt eWlvltlraM fbi t allloIl1l1l itlet JU i+eri+ M 1a tW tes HrwlU e1H prorrht tt r kW M a IIi- EiE t lJ r1 v Much in little I especiallyI true of Hoods Tills tor no medl erne etcrcontained so grcnt curative power Into amall apaco They are a whole rn- edlclnoHoods i 9 itch nlAap ready al i fi m cntA1Ciays snt f Ufactory i pfcrcnl a cold Or fever cure alt Jivrr Ills sncKhoa tich Jaundice corwlpnton etc 26e Tho only Pills to take with Hoods Sampnrllla + k R 1IuP mss lbl+ t tb7 l =JLimber neck id the name given tin i fdliKHSI that is killing tho poultry in Jcs Jgnnp county at a rnpid rote i t tiating the month of tugs+ t Texim Xt 1lf1S rwnnrkftbly free from rlJthe l j1rti department having hodonly sixi rutls Insotno localities in Ute Htatean meet known ns tho Iwrer iU killing eltn trees by the ieoro No other trees oem to be attacked rt Tho corn crop in Union county is cut C hurt by the want of rain and ruin onro portions of tho stato rojwtU are coming I in of nn almost total failure In n quarrel over n pistol nt Hound JIm Butler county Cnp Wurmotttli a i ft san of Sid Wurmiiuth was severely cut- In the neck and spiuo by lloy Williams Keithcr is over eixtcqn yonti old y Commissioner of Agriculture Moores monthly roport catimntCH US jwr cont of wheat grown in Kentucky still in the Lands of tho farmers ami ntngcs from 53 per cent in Taylor to 25 per cent in Fulton Since July 2 thoro have boon sewn 11II burials in tho Kliznbothtown cemetery of people who Hod suddenly ono sun stroke one killed by lightning one sui t tide one cramp colic one lictirt ditenae and two mutdurod I JessamineIbcd quilt mnde by her mother MrsI haH Waller of Lexington in 1S82 which contains l16480 pieces Tliu dusigas are t beautiful and nil noodle work The quilt has been nwardod sevornl fair premiums and id much admired by all who linva i teen it- Bob Blair says the Clinton Democrat vent to hll straw stttok n few days iyo r l to get some straw to make a colt a lied nnd while dragging out the straw ttn covercil eight two bnsbel sacks of wheat which ho hail overlooked Aa which has advanced sbwttt n or 40 cents ainoo Hob sold his crop he is 5S or a ahead by lib over igbt t MyI boy came hums from school one day with hiM tumll bftdly laoemteil sod bleeding nnd suffering grout puiii snjs 15 J Schnll with Meyer Brof Drug Co SU Louie MoII 1 dreuod the wound and t applied Chamberlains Pain Balm freely All pain ceased atul in n remarkably short timo It healed without leaving a scar For wound sprains swelling and t rheumatism I know of no medicine nt proscription equal to it I eonnldor it a Vie household neotcaity Tk 2C and 50 cent sizes for salo by r11ay If n tnnn had n S50 bull pile he would look after it corcfully anti not let it run sround nt iiiRht all over town Hut iif ho has n boy it is different lie ia turn cd loose al n Under age to go to the devil anti people wonder where tho grca t 1 litany of tramps burns gamblers dead boats loafers nod sots uomo from each decade They are gormiuatad from pun l iced gathered from our homes anti flOwn 1v broadcast upon otir streets and alleys It may bo that your boy is making 1 growth in that direction At nil oronts the boys ought to bo given nn cqulll1 e t showing with tbo bull pup rancobur J sJStitlu t A Howly Dlscovorod Uao for Old Papers The latest use to which old ncvvppnjm its 4 may be put is to soak them in sour hull c until reduced to pulp and food ho mix tuipntcatedtwho UJtya it greatly iUCfCMCd their tag laying ubilitleu For fear it may not lQ yell agree wUhtha Bristol breed vcsuc licit trying it fit first on your uoighbori fowls P SIt is found to to useless Unless the subscription to tho paper lino- peen i k paid for in ndvftUco Bristul R 1DPhQ ni t tt Wf here several hundred on hand i 4iok we are lolling iit20 cents per 100 nil gone tliHEMLD i C y T Pil QfJybceroretboOlr FOR ALL KINDS ft1Ql1USTl q i Eon ff T Wallace TroliiliitioiL uuiliJatc f r clerk of court of A peiiU He WM born in Maditou county IKen lucky on the S9lh of February1845a yon of Snlem WitlUue who WM out oi the moat JMibntantitl men of his dry und represented MudUoii county la the lfgilalure in about 1813 to43 and was highly relucted wher ever known both as a christian and a rid MIL lIb father William Wallace moved to tinrrard then Liticoln eonnty from Vlr gtnlN in the early settling of that jwrtlon Df- ih etl8J Was a reroluilon ry soldier en tering the urmr whwt 19 taw old and tsar priMont at tlla surrender of Cornwalli lib line runs bnek to Peter Wallace rand illchael Wood whose dec ndanU in married and from which are dcwendcd roans of the first and most noted families of j Kentucky such an the Wowles MiAiViK McDowellsl IjMpiIays Cum btlla Dedmunx Uoochfti 3afofHn Karreue Fornythosi Atliuiifes Itnhonn Todd Johnsons IJlnnl tons nail many others Hy rofts u ii fr1 wet and Innd surveyor Iivtl engineer rurI turnpikes etc lit never held any oflin j of trust except that of county surveyor and j county school superintendent Ho was born and rearedl a uee ler or Paalut singing lr v byttrian and in now a ruling older in that IIlionI lion Mr Walluco iltoOtla a citizen one of I hiii neighbors replied Yon can not say too much of Mr Wallace IU a clirintian gentle wan an intelligent upright honorable citi ION Ilecognising 15 to 20 years ago the fttot that the legaliaed liquor traffic can niv or lie destroyed without the united effort I of its tom wad diet nothing will count 1111II votes he identified himself with the Prohi i bition party casting fits first vote for St John in ISftl and her been an ardent sup porter of that taiiM orer since HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and lot it stand twentyfour hours n sed intent or settling indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is pwttivc evidence of kid Hey trouble Too frequent desire to urinnto or pain in tho back is nlso con vincing proof that tho kidneys aunt hInd deixare out of ordir WHAT TO no Thore is comfort in tho knowledge so ofton uxpredsetl that Dr KiliKtra Swamp loot the great kidnoy remedy fulfills ovory wish in rolieving pain in the Imck kidneys liver blnddcr nnd every jwrt of the urinary pa sngea It comets inability Uj hold urine and scalding pain in jwssing it or bud cflbeta following uso of liquor wino or hoer and uvercomes that unpleasant necesdty of being compelled to got up inany limN during the night to urinate The mild and the nxtraordi nary effect of Swamp Root IB toon real bed Itatands trio highest for its won derful cures of the mOlE diitreesing case If you lieed a medicine you should have I ftftjI n iu MUll send your full pxutofllco addroes to Dr Ivilmer vt Co lllnghampton N Y 1791e proprietors of this paperj guarantee tho gewiincne of this other L It Savaa Ilia Droopy Ohildrou SI IWJWo have n splendid Sfilo on Chamberlains Cough Romotly Inncl our cufitomew coming roUt fnr and near speak of it in tho highest terms 1binny Juno said thnt their children would liars died of croup if Chamber loins Cough Remedy had not been given I IKIIAM it OimuKU The 25 and fiO cent sizes for sale by J T Day Troubles afro duo o NERVOUS blood hoods Sar Isapnrllla is the Otto True Blood purillct gttd NCJIVE TONIC i Ir t1dt I Croup wiicoptnsjcotigRanu colds I arc quickly aiiaycd and dauber averted by RRI BELLS p I law- uTfiaHO vatr This famous remedy rill cureII an attack of croup in the time it I I takes to find a doctor EcryIiI home should have it reedy forII the time of need It is nn infal- I i I bible remedy for all bronchial andii I lung affections j I a Sold by dralltll at 3feMc And tt per I t6l1tdllCt on rredpt of price I t LtAltlGOr tialhlul nIII I ralb bJ I tI IM = j J fLTtlLr i THE NEW WftY1 lWOMEN used to think fem 111 Is diseases could o n 1 y bo treated after 10 c a 1 examinations by physi clans Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women client about their suffering Theln- troduction of wine of Cardul has now demon strated that ninetenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders don t require a physicians attention at all The simple pureI Mn Mt ELREE5 ldudI taken In the privacy of a woman own home Insures quick relief speedy cure Women need andIhesitate now Wino of Cardul quires no humiliating examina curesanydiseaae of female troubles disordered a menses falling of the wcmbIwhites change of life It women beautiful by making them bykeepingthe drug store tpeeTaldirections tomjtheThs Chattanooga Msdlclrs Co Chitu rxxjfj Tenn VI ADDISON MD Cary Klri says I use Wino of Cardul extensively In my prattle and find It n most excellent preparation fur rentals troublos um mrm TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK MT STERLING KY a CAllTAl 200000 I S lRlICS 80000 0J M HIGSTAFF PrwWent 0 KIUKPAntlCK Vice President 1111 THOMSON Cashie- rIlerespectfullysolicitthebusiuessofiner o obauta farmers traders and business men gsneraflI throughout Jtutfrll Kentucky A ganonil banking UciineM done Oivuusn chance to send you n hank book ray your checks Hinl loan you honey whoa in need W W TUOMMION Ca hser t FOR SALE hour luindr d trodsllventt al 417 ncros or Innt1UI1 Kentucky rivor Jacksons Forry Clark count t Ky tool liousa and outbuiltl injs 100 acres of rivor bottom J MAT MOORE HUNT ICy J1JUT JaiI Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KYI cerSur cry and obstetrics aspocialty alr Sr m BrRD ATTORNEYATLAW OAMPTON KY tfrCollocttons a specialty TtlEiIElttLDi7nly q- d J r- c IJ w Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Meet Hay 10 1897 WEST BOUND Au S ruaSTATIONS I 01 Sundays Daily vs Juily only Sundtiy I Lexington I liP IIID I 6 tit i 30 IIIU u I+ law I ot 1111II 3 47 pot Vincherter 0 15 ttlll 5 a3 Ja 18 iin I pmitdbauI I I 1 Clay its S it amIl lw pm i 140 amt tiita t 8 ImII 4 35 Im il U am t Mena 7 4 21 jim IO 48 aia lieni See 7 ti tunII 4 07 Jmtt 10 17mii Nut ilriigei d 4 M jtin 110 03 am Torrent I IteattyVe 7 47 uu 9 K5 am Jei 7 111a 5W jiw 8 00 am Three Fks C1a f8ttiu 3 lit JIIi 7 4ii am At hoi 1 0 32 sot 2 Id Jm it 14 am Jackson I fl 00 HIM 2 85 IInn 5 3U am EAST J OUNIII J j Mo 4 Ko ti- ST i ATJ J Sundays Daily U ON81No IIy I emIr Sunday Lexington 2 So pm 7 4A uni r 40 mi Arneo 54 pmt S 13 Jut U 13 am Winchester 312 8tt am 0 4j tsiu Fairlie 3 t4 IJmlg vj am i t 45 am ludiait Kld S 40 OS POI g8 am Cloy C1 S illS plug A 27 nm f18 10 am Stanton r1 4 Os pm 1 + 9i inn 20 am Filfon 4 11 0 4i am II 51 am Dundee 4 32 IUII 10 rO am 12 25 j m LmTorrent1 j pmlleattyveI Three KMsad 5 16 pmlO r4 till 2 S5 pm 5 48 giantI M am S 22 pm AUlolII 0 O 1ltl11n JI nun 16 20 lInt Xo 1 an2 arrive sad depart from C A 101nll1l1 depot at Ioxiitginn All freight trains arrive and depart front Ketherland tj II BAKU jtiul Manager CI1AS SCOrr tier Pass Agent Tho Way to Win SuecMt IIn anything Iis to keep everlastingly HI It This is true whether you want to- Roach the People Who Buy Goods j earnjmanybusesit IIs inueh the Stunt with advertisers e and their readers it is Advertisingt upThispapers perhaps but seeing your ad In the Hazel Green Herald Will give Sin readers confidence in you More eonf deuce means snore business This paper has readers toorho read no other They miry not now trade with yon hot arc almnst sure to do MI it yon art a constant advertiser in TlIK llKKAII Any bminess uinn who Ins laid the foundation of bull ness sneeesi by advertising in this Or Any Other Newspaper Knows that he did it not 1by oeeai nnallr iiiMrUnt an ad nnd thou walt fug to see what happened But By Keeping Everlastingly At It Do not say that people dont read ad read this one vertiscntentsVeit hate RmmpoAeNo Puckctl Without glass Thta apednl forntot nlpnna7nhukaMrmtansl rrymtkoorurtitilpr M rlrttit but tnw wvnmi IsUly put up for tho ixirroto of inrotlni Ow uneven il m dens ilrmnml for n IoM Irilt UIII6OTINTaka are nt tnnt or bit time or licn Trr yet reel poorly lttnnmr 1C vUotn with or witJioit a moulliful or water They cure All 1111 troubles i lhfalp J ute An ftmUmbte UBnrtMJWnsrJV Ko mutter wtoitj tfco elltfnTne thtt Oilare IInltt lol hd of nU dmt altIOUtb la la t bat aamrt trryeuatmertdoaut I Mrlnanr11111t1ueaah ab- rnttM tonCllIln tn hakrlllhnreftart rU ttnllto at dtvnhramtrnminitunpef- arwartet to 01 tltana fh rnleal f It t h Pnnito HU Now Vori lntuthom btetbor 11dieiuuiufrlOCentn 1 tieatpt13ilinititC- afnH for5stbynuiIfortla4 Srra7Jmrtou forln6L i5 gma OfM ranon for 8HXK Oaih wtth the rY trdabtor i-totntkoltj an1II M WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For elreilnr t hli famoui and rHpoulWoI COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY I AmirtliHl Mortal tat Ylor r Expo Ulon poeltlnneCori TultlonlIoobSpeeialtitstillThr dllredNoZIWILDUR FORTUNElyheslthlnnrnnrminAtnndeaaeOLNII111XN lronblea1TItFLArtltlillyerODdAsrvsmivxsIfrPHOCl1lllJll WHE RERiLD IS THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN EASTERN KY I ACTINAj n IGreatfloslor I H The Blind S+ eSThe Deaf IfearIOnly CATARRH CURE OTI N A is marvel of tho Nineteenth YIorbyltanturh ill imroselble luoCl l Is n gholete t the cure orCntttrss IttIDtII3- eertslotyin ff 31yylla jfined VWonfr itp o Knnnim eTt 1111 t won i+pfctnci v There need not be a Spec ntldjnrolytofoldsAetinatino anaRor ttli nbuti+ per Pocket BatterynsUatnut t snaafitrio yvngarold rheono1rruI tsdcut1fa whole silly of any ol Ole abovo t1U dutttG Prof Wilsons MajmetoConservaiJvo Unrracflta tet avertsjJil 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