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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, October 14, 1897. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1897 haz1897101401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, October 14, 1897. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii it 4 1 l I i 1 ci t t 1l 4 l Y J 1 f i fi iI tl ri M l r f J A T 11 v I C 1iirt tti v 41 t 5 1 =7 lt i1 I I P Jfi1i b f J JO t JIff 4 t L t 11 1iqtI1V I I A if 0l 1 iJ I THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD b i E Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell rxnnmaaaon = ltCOOPER Ownor nnd EditorgadpENCER = c =nor n Nulijr World With News From All Natlont Lumbrlug nt II U Uncle R 1100 A YEAR Always In AelvaneV LJ r lliAI 1itrf11lRTrlN17I NUMBERHAZEL2Oa = J ESPOflDER E + i t855 WOLFE COUNTY Eaysboro Doings A J Scott was ill town this week Willie JvbiiMm of Lacy creek was in- Ilayaboro Sunday tncle Wile Wilson of Sellers was in Paysboro this nec- kJudgeieoUheelerof Hazel Green took in the meeting here Sunday W C ColiHron and family were visiti Ins in this neighborhood Sunday 0 H Fallen and wife of Lee City were visiting friends here Saturday and Sunday C n Amyx sold to James Wilson IIJ hud If rattle fur which Tim pail hint II good rouudstint Mn Sttrilda 1ayand daughter Miss Minnie attended the big meeting here one night last week Mn Maggie Oiif v and her two inter tedag daughters Misses Cullie and Mol lijyisitcd at the homo of I JeScobec Sunday Walker Lowe Robert 1 rookand1 Moody Lacy was a happy trio of Days ktoro youths who attended meeting at thoI i Cukcy jchool house Sunday Aloiiro Jones one of Morgan county brightest teachers and who iis now teach JDgat the Amyx school house was ill Dajjboro Saturday nod Sunday Moody Lacy the noted coon hunter off this fccelion is now trying to catchI af a little dear that has been seen some where near tho Caskey school louse ttDllrnle Finch rind Miss Hebecca Woods and Sail llounshcll anti Miss lliddie Lee were two delighted couplo from llacl- t Green who visited our little village last itoday t I Tho meeting at the Christian churchI i that has been in progress for ten days i closed Sunday night This was the In r- gelt gathering in tho history of tiit dlurch1I11l1 we tire sure that the earnest tfforlsof Urn Cord and Stepbettsun wil- reap II n rich harvest tint ninny days hence Oct I12 ciiAitiir Toliver Topics We Miall never be sorry lor Inv For tint vurtls IhnluI patient mud sweet Fur the lunrshnrsM represMHI For tIlt anger 1I1IElle sell For the grace that iin sviii 11 entrant WB ttlutll niviT bo suny for love To IhoM ur the young mina given Woslmll never lie sorry for love That wont to Our Father in heaven For meek m s and cheer When the outlouk was drear For Filth vhon our courage wai riven Oh what a blessed rain foil here Sun dayJw I flyhogCoal digging and wood cutting are tin order of tho day preparing for winter Kelso Crouch was visiting u his sister Mrs Henry Murphy on Grassy Sunday Schoolnl this place is progressing well there being an attendance of 10 pupils Jelf 1L Kop assessor of Volfo county ras the guest of Usury Mannin Friday night Ho is inding out hun much our people are worth Iytveroparts trot 1 herborsoMe Tester who recently moved illt4l the Rgllillh1oetlnjwo Sweeny bTeetorI Oct 12 SlIISKIl CurrencyJoints thyYOy w Mini from Louisville when 0 rtberbad been on buaincM Curd Quicksall Willie Pieratt tin- totbereof 1 petleredtatouCieYeeterday i I dgin Torragtt o Ittd ld I I 11 FClr LID aII 1 f If fVv tttlici Mr Jc 1 Ij o t r Vt r Xetherly W T Norris anti others from this place took in the sights at Natural Bridge yesterday The repmi a grand1 tint Capt W L Hurst and two daughters Minnie and Nellie and hiIInll Hanni bal MissI Lizzie Lykins and several others of this plats attended church at1 StillwaUr ye trrdav j i I Deputy I 1 S Marshal Ui W Praki of this place iis attending I Illlllrlllt i LouisvilleI He iis waiting on tho court I I at HI per day I iturgo is one of the best deputies in the state till Marshal lames is to be rmeratulnttdnn appointing him j Miss Lou Ward a charming belle of Tolivrr1 71lilaril1 of Ithe immt siiirT fllllI teachers in Wolfe county as well a the j j most ellicient postmiftross Campton ever had toolen who has diarmed nmre 1111I I euline hearts than any girl in Wolfe ill county was visiting relatives and friends there Saturday and lIlIllayII lion lulu W Tanlbee Democratic candidate fur superintendent of common schools was lure Saturday presenting his claims John ij4 making an active canvass and the one that beats him will guutluti man in all the word implies lion Asa It Vieratt Democratic can didate fur representative from this the I district is clever wit list legislative a I I and would make I ty genial bright menu a legislator of whom all Kentucky wU1l1t11 be proud It iis the duty fff eveiy Dem ocrat to vote for Riot and many KepubJi licuns will do likewise I will say that j hearted than Iratrunea more generous U Pieratt never breathed1 the pure at mosphere of grand old lKentucky lieu A1 Hubert Democratic can didate for state senator in this district iis a nice man and would make a gaol99il senator He has fought runny I fur his party nod now asks to be remem bored by electing lain to tho senate of Kentucky Into Roberts inns preached1 a great ninny funerals in his day road he will preach thou funeral of Dr IU 1 D Cox on the first Tuesday in November Oct II SriMu JACK1 Lee City Lilacs Another wedding to report soon Miss Malony Smith iis quite sick The badly needed rain iris como a last Thomas Helton is quite sicktit this writing John Moore ciino up home from May town Monday night j I 1loilns Vansant candidate for clerk was in town Friday circllitII The infant of Kd Molhcrson ha I quite sick for several days Mrs America Kairchild is visitingi her fathers family S H Wilson Robot Hack purchased the property now occupied by A It Iooro from Clay Rose Tho infalit of Samuel Allen whichI tins been very sick U thought to be some better tiIII IJIiItCc Mary and Floronceiloienottll gfClalitearlnut i i 1 friutidabcrdlaatWaite weckf from this place allend- t ed chtrcllat Duysboro Sunday an I 1 li 1 k- V h beard some excellent sermons preached by Profs Curd nut Stevenson Thrasher Combs candidate for diet i if was in town Thursday slinking hands with his many friends Lige Colliiirt and wife of Campton ityiIItlllIdl1I I HIIllDavis on Johncon Sunday I Willie Hampton agent for the Mary vine Tenn woolen manufacturing COIIII puny was in town l1l11rlllllII Married at the residence of the brides lII1IlIrtIIIYI to Eli llam Our hot wishes go with lor then I I Old Aunt Patsy ilaged 16 walked I distance of three miles to H A Kashs stayed over night and next morning she made till trip across the mountain Ihrlll the woods a distance ufII mile a I to visiti her granddaughter lr4I 1 I I Wilson She has a remarkable I If memory and talks very IIitilldlrII tOct IIJ TtTUix I MORGAN COUNTYI Consolation ChatIHow thankful we mire for the littlI rain 1 II I Nelson Niekcll wife and Iireoof tho children weN visitingi at Laurel 1Iltii 1I111 I IIII ilire 1 E F Cecil and daughter Honnin went to Hazel linen on Monday to I 11114 Mime shopping 1 Monroe Taylor tho Index photogra pher was in this neighborhood Friday IdeliveringI I llctllnHII Thomas Walters who got dog bitten July iis troubled a great deal wilhI proud llesh in thou wounded llIrlIJulio C Tolson Republican candidatet fur utate senator was a pleasantI caller at our school Monday but didnt 1111110It a puliticnlspeech Hro Logan Johnson stopped at our school last Thursday evening and gave quite an interesting talk just like an experienced Morgan county teacher thin he In Cull again Hro Johnson we glad to hear you IHe complimented mintII t- On schoolI very highlyI thoII last Friday evening the county ntcrintcndcnt paid his annual visit to time school at this place and foundI it inI order with a oplendid attendance He gory a line talk JhiWAM his eighthi annual visit to our school and wo arc sorry that it will perhaps he his last for lit has certainly been n good Huhupcrinten dent All who heard him were muchi interested in loin talk Among those present wcret Mrs F X Day and little daughter Virginia of Hazel Green i Mixs Laura D Hawlings of Coviniton i MCH dames K F Cecil C C Qlllnniiio and1 John Wallace i Miss Crickett Oillapic nrjd Mfww Je Hllanple Hlchard1I Kiwtcrllng and James Taylor IOct l12 NYM Caner CaUlnui Undo Creed Onoy Iis ferjr lob lit this writinjf and In not expected to live I M E Goll O tiYolle sad Jaww Lye kins have gone to MorchVad OB butincm t 9 dJotta M HociallIatarweot A Jftl N 1f tI oJ 4 f it 1 tt iJi 11 j 1i 1IIJIiP il iI t 11 fi Caney last week buying cattle He bought 10 head from CandillI Inns Calah daughter of 11J Wells eloped with Miles 11 Stacy last Sunday and were married May success crown their ctVorts Oct IIJ KKIJIMKKK DIPHTHERIAj Circular Issued By the Strata Board of Hoalllt- To the health ollicials physicians and people of Kentucky The unusual pray of diphtheria in ninny sections of thou state mikes it important that the attention of our health nt1l IIIIUIII the people should be called to thou best known methods fur preventing the occurrence ictricting thou spread of the diseasi Diphtheria is both contagious and in rllI olllilllllklllt11 I persons toys pet animals or other thins infect ed by the sick or sick room soul especially hCIIl4 or other articles which per t from mouth to mouth III a sense it ii- a is filth disease sometimes peeming toI originate spuntaiieously in thou presencet of tool mmitary surroundings and certainly spreading more rapidly and being most fatal in such localities Diphtheria iis a preventable disease Proper preventive measures are almost invariably followed by thou limitation oft the diceaso to thin first close ur casts When it gets away from the primary carts timid makes its escape upon the com munity somebody is to blame The sooner we accept this as a sanitary unix im the sooner we shall begin to do our duties nil individuals and as communi ties When it is known or suspected that a person has diphtheria ho shouldI 1 I immediI ately bo separated from the rust of the family Wool put into n Hiiniiy well von tilated and plainly furnished room pref erably on tho upper floor and an dircon nccted as portable from other rooms especially thou living Hurl Bleeping rooms of children No other person besides thou nurse and the necessary attendant + routet+ and they should tako miry precaution not to carry tIll infection to others state bacteriologist Dr JI I1C Ca Ilho tho hospital college of medicine 1 Louisville will make prompt examina lion and report of oily suspected materi al sent to him thus salting to rest mil doubts its to diagnosis Upon npplica lion he will send mulling cases contain ing sterilized tubes mil mops for col leafing nod transmitting cultures from any suspected care Tho work will be Bono without charge for any health officer or physician in thou strata The board1 recommends thou uQ of nntitoxino in every cnseynM soon as it is seen without waiting for tho result of tho bauteriolog ical examination At tho name tithe tho health officer of tho town or county should ho notified mind he should cooperate with tho physi clan and family to keep tho dlwwto from spreading A blue fliKger a cml jvith diphtheria on itin largo plnin letter I l poettintn ermbavjugpefIJqer rrNk17 1 C iiI OJ Tae ltlcLureJftt twI 1 J 10 u1 t1r + J ft lJ I k tltrlr I J tIIi as r AWV 1ttJ rt t and BOW are exceedingly polsononi sad should be recelycdon soft cloths and immediately burned or imaiened Ina solution of chloride of lime six ounces to the gallon of water Tho bed and qw body linen immediately upon removal should be boiled formlUlU an hour or iin mme In the chloride of limo solution for 21I hours III no caso should suchsclothing go into the fondly washing No person front a houso whrro there is diphtheria should go into public assem lilies as churches firs or concerts and especially schools Persons who have hind diphtheria should tint mingle with the public forrFsame time after the last truce of thehdisease has left the throat and noso and only after nil their clothing hnt been 1 thoroughly washed or disinfected No child train a house where the disease bRA prevailed should bo permitted to entertwschool except upon the certificate ofI ntI physician that it iis safe to do HO In caso of death the body should bo wrapped in n sheet saturated with tho xt chloride of limo or bichloride of mor cur solution nod put in a tight colOn The funeral should be strictly private and in no case should children or Ihnsn3rhaving thou ennui of children be permitted to attend After denlhor complete recovery the room should ho disinfected under the supervision of tho health officer or a t lttljcllIfllrt N soiled should be burned Such clothing tool betiding as CUll be washed should bo boiled or placed in the chloride sol lit kit as above directed Ill disinfect thou room t prnccedits follow a Arrange time content of the room sons to expose the greatest amount of surface to tho action of thou disinfectant Close thin apartment as completely ay possible stopping all open tugs as chimney flues keyholes etc through which the gas might escape Thoroughly dampen tho floor curd bed ding For a room ten feet square unti three pound of sulphur moistened with alcohol in an iron pan placed in a tub l containing a fun inches of water to avoid thou danger from lire When certain the sulphur iis burning well leave the room cloo tilt door curd allow thou room to remain tightly closed for ten ur twclvo hours Afterward the rocm should be thoroughly ventilated fur several hour 1and then tho floor month ledges over tho placestwith thin chloride Holulion and then with soup mind hot water The homo timid premises generally should bo put ill the cleanest and best possible condition 111 bo cllcctiial thou precautions hero suggested should bo rigidly observed Imperfect isolation nod disinfection aril worse than useless giving rise only to a also sense of security County Wool municipal boards of health liave full authority under our laws to enforce these rule curd will fall short of Ar their duty if they fall to do HO t Copies of this circular and of similar ones in regard to tho prevention of scar let fever typhoid fever and consumption fur free distribution can bo hind upon application to the hoard at Howling Ireceii Ky Hy order of the Ironed JI M MATH IVH ll n Pres Mr J N McCoitMUic Ml D SIC 1w Tho Bost Fatally Cathartic For a general home medicine Iloodn Pills nra unequalled Thoy wore pre anyparedfound entirely satisfactory wherever thug have been used Their nalo tax gradually extended until today tho de mand fur them lentilS tho trado to look upon Jloodn IllIn ni tire coming 1111 Y They relievo and cure HO many troubles that they lire really a whole medicine sliest They aro mild and sot efficient Y their Weak I rill I liuvo ctillod so ofton RlUlllong that T fool tlrni Now ilnnt lio kmifltnkon for if you dont cqhift r 4 and apttVo your notes nod nocoutin by October 20 you nroNU d tM1 weak and tiiokrtop a l gpjifjr one whrowo m rcpftf yylk a= tgko anpthibtthttt ileaa+ ttMltllt Olt a zrrv ttpN ik- t1 i Goa A +r + r i THE HERALD FENCER COOPER Editor I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY Oct 14 1807 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Magistrate We nre iinlliorUeilI to announce W H- UIANKKXSIIIliis a candidate Tor Mii is- trntoin the II rut Mutlsliriiil Kistrlnl nub feet only to the voice of tin people at tho- ovcinliur vlectiou 181 tl For Surveyor of Morcan County 11e nr nutliorlrcil to aiiiiiniiic IAMKS S IIALSKY us n uiiillilitle fur County Surveyor of MorKim enmity Niihjiit to tits ib rlaloti of the voters at the November 1897 eleclioai7 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Clerk i f Court of Appeal SAMI 1 SIIACKKUOUP Duvicss Fur CiretdtJudge In II HlmIIlIf llraithitt Jir Connnnnaenlths Atturoey A IF PYftHof Wolfe lor Slate Senator lltli PNtriut A lII IIOUKUT of OIl lur IFor ltipr Mntatlve A IL PI UllATT of Morgan For County Imlgo 0iTCiXTKK- Jor Count v Allormy A II sr1 illlm Iur linlIit lode 1 1 VAXSAXTI Iur CCIIIIII Clerk SILAS IIrr For SlieiW 11 mills For Jailer I W COM IIS I For Assessor fii W SAMKi- Tor County Siierinlemlriit of School JI W TAUIIIHI 1ar tOrtIlWr j F SAM IM For Surveyor I I C ltlll first MiiKUliirlal District JustJtiC the IIICII 1 II ItOS- KCouHtiiiiicsYiAisni NOUMAX arcoiid MiiLMHteriiil Piilrlit Iuslice IIflllO IIUIII IIt IKS OmiHlablcJ II IWAKH- Thlnlt 11ngtt lag IHtrJtIIw riiMicoof Iho IVncelMlKSS MOLIOX Coiistablel W IIOSK I f o0o0000000000000 + tt 44 + I THOUGHTOGlUPHSi it r 466 faooooo00000000000 ooc George W Gourloy of Boatty ville Republican candidate for Circuit Judge of this district i boasts that II The meanest Repub lican in all the land is far butte than tho best Democrat JJ 11m ITEiiAlo will live and proclaim tho news to tho world lung lifter the banner bee been furled and place I with other trophies on the shel- fIns Republicans of the Moncfoo leginlativo district huve nom nated W It Tnbor ns their candidate to t oppose J II YillianiR for repre cntative WM F S SOIIOOLBR well known in this section and now editor of tho hlorebea- Advance o has been nominated for th JfgislntureJ by the Republican of tb liathRow district aWHEN a defeated candidate attacks the ticket on which he tried to get a place and failed the public readily un h JeraUndi it and properly dicceuata I1l y4saliaeiate A ticket that would UT o W a tet4 eaeufk te conMand his sup part if ke had been Bo lnated M a part nf h good elieMgh te witkttaid his atrtaek after hi defeat Such attack hN 1 is taster Mi they ehvw bad judf hE w 1 4 tX IlKroRTS from tho registration in nil the larger cities throughout the elate r show great Democratic gains and point I I atltheI I IT is now rumored that tho wnr in Cuba will soon come to nn end Ion j Weylcr hs been recalled by the new j L I L premier of Spain Scnor Sagiuta and Gen Hlunco appointed his uncccBsor I Till yellow fever ccourge iis still rating in thuJ outh + witlfcalarinin results Sew cases are springing up daily and thugI nutnburof deaths is increasing In tho i fashionnble districts of Now Orleans the scourge U more severe than1 in theI squatIIII lid iiiirtcrs of the negroes Miss MAUCAUKT INOLKS of Paris I who has been favorably mentioned fllrII the position of state librarian hay n elated herself with tho Hooks Players dramatic company Missl Inplin was formerly n member of Jacob Iitts lit II Old Kaintuck company told is well known in dramatic circles n Tin pistol with which Chateau shot President t iarfield on Inly L iKslhas1I been recovered and in now the mo t tied relic in the police department 111II Vashiiiglon It i ia 4ItI Tiber II5ritisli bulldog Fifteen years ago it was carried away by District Attorney Corkhill and has been missing since that time n OVK of the must dastardly outrages ever committed Oil Kentuckys fair soil occurred the other day at Newport when I eleven retch representing tlienicelves as policemen took Mrs1 Thomas jSleasin a i young icurricd woman from her husband as they were walking along the street j and criminally assaulted her Five of the fiends were arrested and being iden Hpirit1clau1 lynching Several more have been ar rested allllllllIIro held withoutI hail to await the action of the grand jury which convenes at Alexandria on the I10th inst It is thought that one or two will turn states evidence no A CARD To the Voters of Wolfe County Ky I know your minds have been tried to- bel prejudiced at me by MrI James II Sebastian who is father in law of Mr iacy11ly opponent by lying by telling you that I had been indicted in tho Hrcathilt circuit court for forgery and for malfeasance trod misfeasance in oHue Sow fur your benefit and also for my own I hove put myself to the trouble of going and securing certificates from the clerks of Itrentliitt county which state the fuels of the matter and if you are in doubt of what kind superintendent I made IIcan only refer you to tthe good citizens of llreathitt county and1 I have been teaching in the best schools of this county for seven years or over since I have been a citizen of this county and if there any doubt in your nli11dasi to my earnestne s unit honestness as a school worker IIwillI refer you to the people in districts in which I have taught and I sun assure you if elected that your chit drens educational interest will be safely guarded by mi for 1 know Ithat there Iis no man that has a heart that is more interested in the welfare and promotion of the public schools throe I1tun Yours respectfully Joitv W TAtniiri1 tOIY OK CKIITUKATK- SIluKATiirrr CHUT IT CHI T State of Kentucky l 1tIreathittj I A L llagins clerks Hrcuthitt cir cult court certify thnllI have examined the order books front April 1881 up to 1897 I and 1 find no indictment or order charging John W Tatilbcc with forgery malfeasance or misfeasance in oflico dtir ofd from j to 1590 and up to this ateGiven OctoberisClerk Ureathitt C C State of Kentucky 1 1 SetCounty of Hreathitt J BreathittoIImy office show that J W Taulbce made tho proper settlements and produced to the judge the proper vouchers for all the tho dart charred to him while ho was county superintendent of this county i liven under rry band air clerk of thee Breathitt cauatycourt thin Oct 18 1897 J WISE HAOINB Clerk llloode8arupsrllla M the OM true blood purifier It makes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood H t4t Pills for tho liver aud- i I 1I ws ftt Kii1 yet rrhwtrhljY e n Sea Try tt Cherries o Ripelyt r 4M rwv ii8 rued tliorcs nothing to bo done hut the pltickimr for we offer bargains more e the tfinest cherries 011 We have lOIlIllr tcmptinc 1 I willI2 Ituuglatt r 611 The First Bite ij I 111iuj i and uiiiockbiirns two and Ih reoII M every garment and lined with i nor farmers satin We have never sold these goods fur less than SII Sltr and 18 and sups h tineofI l PluckHIP I l1 I 1 odercd in 200 mens Moleskin Pants at Lie a pairelsewhere theyll cost vote 7f- Id e OO mens blue Cottomule 4Me I1 ItorcII S f j where else in the world We have them in some beautiful patterns and theyll wash as any well fh IIIIII I a shirt and wear like tl 1Ithato fcourse iflillii 1 I 1 tuNowA Pluck USm1 iiCLOTHIERSiiIYo lID Upon Every Bottleand wrapper of tho Krniilno Dr Belts Pent lnr lloney IN printed tlioubovo ileslcn It IH both truilivniarlc nod Kiiariintve n warrant that Itho micll slue umUiliied In tho bottle will curu couch coliln and alt IIIIIK and stoat troulilcH more Illettiwlly than any other IhrunlI DR BELLS Pine Tar Honey IlsM M by nil dnlcgttn or Pent upon rrcclpt nf irlo IV vas mill QI I HT liuiilt liy Thr E G lhIllledlI h Iwlub ir QOOOOOOO OJ000Q3QO3O J mTZ W wtrir W M KERR CO lOIIlllUtH IN Hardware Agricultural Im laments TRONTON O A HOWARD 8TAMPERATTORNEYATLAW CAMPION KYt Will practice in the cotrto ofWall sad the adeial fcomtlts All butluesscDtrniie- Jtt flit tut will rccelTt ratM attwttv i T i L DAVSOPllACTICALoII BLACKSMITHS AND MAKERSII IIIAEIJ GREEN KENTUCKY I iMAKE SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FAUIIl1d IOAD WAGOX WI use the Best Material and Guarantee Satisfaction Call and get our pricn and when you need anything of the kind give me your order Iatrotla Home People get only Honest Work and be Happy Bjfl IN TILE HOUSE SHOEING AND UEIAIH DEPARTMENT WI RW employ only skilled labor every man being artist his specialty yjur work respectfully solicited WiciiosTtYre 1VINCIIESTIIl KY V II WITHBKSIOON President It HUNTintCnshicr Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Hank solicits the accounts mer cliiintN farmers trailers ami ImsintSK then gununilly throughout Eastern Kentucky ami oflers its eltstonersevery fiicllltyf and the most liberal terms within the liiiut ol legitimate hallklllJIIct181n I t WILS1Ay t Practical Painter HAii OllKKN KY l f Hardwood Finish a Specialty I Mull Orders ncelvc prompt l1 attention t 1 I Irti V WRlllS ff WIMEELER HAZEL GUEEN KY Blacksmiths and J A an in is of HaviiiK levied the shop known as the comiikte line nfblack waxob rasklapr tools end msWritli are prepared to lo all kind of work in our tilt end M the UIOM rravouahlr1 erica GIcln tad t trill Reepecttull W J WAUi GI W WHEELER h 999L i 11with 1arc JROSJ WAGON Bank Wagonmakers TrlershgpsedIpnreheeed aaltbteggss4 roo HE HERALD ooac oa orc BOCOOOJOOCXxooOCOO I Miiss 1oic Little was in ton sllol ping last creek 1 Mrs Alice Pieratt returned Tuesday mach plenacl with lher visjojStnclcnsi 11rs1 N 1aV ll11 lOll 1Robert ut tended tho meeting lit Still uler lust Sunday Misfcs Alice Wills and Lillie Havens were agreeable caller at Tin pronto Office last week Editor Cooper and Warren Farar cf THE HrrAiN tIIlllo u h113 trip t I1 Jackson this week Will rTcolvin was in town Wednes day in the interest of his linn Trim le Uro Mt Sterling T M Havens left Sunday morning for Cedar Oroye and other points in Montgomery county Mrs Frank Murphy of Montgomery Is visitingI tier soninlaw Miles Niekcll and family1 on ray 110 would like fur MIIIIU ofOur sub jcriburs to bring in n few bushels of po tatoes on subscription Simeon Hamilton a commercial tour 1st from Cedar f rove was interviewing our merchants Tuesday E 0 Taulbic took in the sights at Natural Hridge last Sunday mill heard Liberatti the great eur11etist- Several hundred old newspapers have accumulated at our oilier and tint conic first served at the low price of i O rents per 100 Quite u number of our Ilaxel Jreen folks attended the series of meetings held at Daysboro by lros Cord and Htevenson Misses 1L and IDcueie Salver und Virgie James returned lost week from their pleasant visit to relatives in Ma1 gotlin county Dr J M1 JKiish was culled to see Toir hue Walters on 1uesdaywho iis sutler jog from a severe dog bite he received fcimie time since Mrs Thompson and son Linden re turned last week from Clay City old Salt Lick where they had been for a few days on busbies Word reaches us that Elder J1 I T Pier alt hits been conducting a very success fill meeting in the Spencer neighborhood Montgomery county- A T Combs Democratic candidate fur ihcriir was a guest of time Day lIloiirc on Tuesday night and paid his respects to his many friends here IW Win lH1 Cord left Wednesday on u business trip to Indianapolis Ind Cincinnati and other points and expects to be absent a week or ten days It will bo quite an advantage to Uf and also much appreciated if some of cur delinquents would bring some good potatoes and cabbages on that old sears Miss Lane Tanlbee returned from her extended trip in the western country on lastl Monday accompanied by tier neph ew Roland TimLee ffrom Mt Sterlingi Ernest Ktkins and wile who have heel located at IlazelI Green for some tulle i have played to this city aril gone to housekeeping on Queen street Mtl Sterling Gazette Dr Andy Niekcll reports the arrivalI of another young Democrat at the home u f Mike1 OHair and so enthused iis Mike over the event that he huts named the now recruit Win Jennings Br all H K 1itratt ilileave Sunday for Louisville to attend the annual meeting tlf the Grand Lodge FtC A Mr While nbseiit he will visit Cincinnati and other markets and lay in a big stuckof winter goodsKhlcr Tuesdayfrom hlnlhldilKKft back shortly and may take charge of the balyernvillo church as pnstor for the ensuing year Here is sweeneyone youwilll andrub the alathertimeAllIsthei i abarbarousMm that God In pia wisdom created rer7lhing for wime fiurpow we mud jwucludc that this iis the tr 4 triumphm t r 1cJ0 While engaged in tho vulgar and dangerous pastime of throwing rocks Tues day evening Jim Finch let one fly which went through one of the largo panes of glass nt the Racket store The fun cost Mm several dollars Martin Luther Day the bright little sun of Win Diy of lFrozen who is n Htndont at the hazel Green academy called at Tin HKUAMI olHco the other day and was surprised to see so complete n priuting establishment A new Haptist church r14nllUlhlr was organized nt Public Square to be known as the Public Square 15iptit church jpastor1leetitlgsday and Sunday of each n until How many deaths can be traced to ai slight cold 1 The record of mortality would be greatly reduced if every home was supplied with a bottle of Dr Hillsi Pine Tar Honey The great exterminator nf coughcolds croup nnd kindred aflections MKJ Mar Ellen Trill hll of this place is tIme proud possessor of set of plates that have passed through live of six families and tire Itillllll good as new They are of the dinner size handsomely decorated and bid fair with good usigc tll ltst 100 or IIIMI year Misses Nettie Wheeler and Minnie L Day accompanied by Willie H IMeratt nnd Hia lames weal with Mifs Laura I11 Ruwlings lied II 0 Qiiiekwill as far as Iampton lust Sunday when after bidding each other nIIIHllJYl the last two pioreedid on their way to Toneiit Whet hiss Laura was stet by her sister and cousin who accompanied her home to ovitlgUm- I1 liichmniid Deltusk and wife nee liina Tatilhee returned farm their trip to Texas amid other points in tin west last Monday and ire now veilingi her father Dr John A Tanlliee and fatuity at this picot Richmond had the mis fortune to lose his grip on the rand from Itolhwell to TIll Jambs nod asks the finder to pleas leave same with 1H O Tmlbce at Henry F Iieralls store and receive suitable reward We tied the pleasure last Thumlav of meeting lISenj E Wright who represents the New Revised EnCVClOplelic Diction miry now being put mi the market by time Cincinnati ConiinercialTibuncCo From what we hove seen of the sample pages shown us by Ilr Wriglit we roust say that it Iis one of the lust works of the kind we have ever seen Itshmild he in the home of every family in the land und especially in the library of every teacher11 Worthy Tribute to a Good Man The Rev Luther 11C Mann the new istir of the M IH church here and his wife arrived in Morehcad lastHiitnr lay from Ilnzel ireen in Wolfe coun ty The gentleman iis very favorably impressed with our city He was in Hazel fircen only a year butt it was a favorable year for the growth of the M1 E church Theie were lii addilions to the membership and the contributions for religious work were six times what they were the previous year facts which peak well for the energy amid devotion of Mr Mann to the cause of Methodism The reverend gentleman iU on the sunny side of life being only i2 years of age He is a native of Nicholas county this state llie W II student at Asbury col lege at Wilin rc We think Morehead people will like the gentleman when they have made his acquaintance Morehead Advance Croup Quickly Cured MoiNTAiv iuv ArltOllr chil drew were sufioring with cruup when we received1 bottle of ChambfrlaiiVn Cough Remedy It afforded almost instant re Hof F A Tttoi roe This celebrated remedy iti i for sale by J111ay- RICH RED BLOOD Is the fowl of good health That Is wiry Hoods Sarsaparilla the One True lilood Purifior gives HEALTH FOR1ALE Four hundred and neventecMi 417 acreH of land 01 Kentucky river JackHonH Ferry Clark coun ty Ky Good house and outbuild ingH 100 acres of river bottom J MAT MOORE HUNT KY J A TA1TJWII B phytdcianand Surgeon HAZLL GREEN KY rerrttudvbstetrIc itrpectaltl lM Mu jAIM A r- c o 1ZZ 7g jt b Z m c 4JL J a IL PJZEJ1ZAT1T QDct if THE ORIGINATORS F LOW PRIC8 fe IJ ft lrJErLIiI GiJiJJC tff Ii1 rY N- oJ 5 GgI defiance of our competitors that we can and will sell you your s j TCLOTKBWC FOR LESS MONEYWt than any man in I Inel1 Green We also carry a complete line of General iMerchan disc wliich we will sell as low as any man IfH OUR n RU G DEPARTMENT is Complete ami prices unequalled in East r U ern Kentucky and we invite tthe patronage I fc of all doctors and the people generally S t I i STABXiBhiqi t ItsI 5 to stop with us Parties conveyed to any point in Eastern Kentucky j Coj f B4 IR O i31LO O 9 I fO 5 33 I Nv Thanking call our customers for their liberal patronage we remainI 1 sfe RCSpecttnllys s 0 IY 6ajrAb S8tCR unu n I I IJ JtAm1J 4 co LT7iftif I Joliii K McLcansI IliGroat Newspaper I IVilholt a single exception there is beyond doubt no greater or more popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer or a more successful publisher than proprietor Mr John R Mel can litS The oldtime prices for the Daily Enquirer have been maintained and its circulation largely increased each juurii and high appreciation of the public for its true worth and meriti The 11cckit Enquirer at beginning of the campaign year was offeredat I I allonICOCOO rev subscribers the most subsumiil and coveted testimonial a j publisher cud desire I When asked for the secret ofsuch I answcraI1heupon its patrons it simply prints the facts and tells the truth that the reader may form his own opinions Uy maintaining the price of the paper more news and greater variety can be I furnished and every class of business interests catered to which a cheaper afTordI given the I Enquirer by the public at large makes it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and enterprise in minor matters as well at those of greater magnitude I qu Tho Dent nail Cnoapcat Schdal in Lantern Kentucky t E h J 0 T1ii J iRex SRSionMBc i BUSINESS s U c Q es PREPARATORY Gopi11897 fFull Courses Sustained in Every Department Collegiate Preparatory Normal Business and Bible Tliorourjli Work is Requirod in all Studios Pursued The Expenses are as Low as Possible OfJlIlIitlllSlinrlliiinilI 0 IIFur Turin of Twenty Vtflcs A I Pur Catalog ninl further Itiloniiatlon write to I WM H COKD PrincipaltHAZEL GREEN KY tytytyW + ybWI t I TRAINING AND FEED STABLE j jII I liavo oppiitd my Tnuniiifj jmd had Stable nnd will Iccop on liiind llnlyl of food njflu full 8IilljvlyofI v hielce nnlll1lllH Inrliog coming hero from u di tanco who uiny tosiro hornoH pnsl tired Cjr a fcnv dtivH or woiltH cant hnvo the host pasturo nt reiiKonublu niloH 4 1JL Eir E SHORTHAND Ahio for tho convcnionco nut fHeollllllOclnf ion of ucatH of tho Iiy Hump have opontd ncurby r3chtby Livery Stablo whore will klnijif fiiiLgios Saddle HorBcw and Hack for IfirJT at nil times ILTSOIIH wishing vchiulu to meetrMic at Torrent clot toluhono 1110 and Maws any doajiod vehicle Huddlu horHO proneptls will oleo have fullsupply of hacks for him to dniminerH in ehargo of careful limoIplotllmroillwwNWwY volt ALL KINDS OFw i lb m tnU 9Ii iI I CALL AT THE HERALD OFFICE w A BUSINESSrI WOBMwho j pet t your training Mt the school that Uadi it the very front rankthe i BRYANT ti STIUTTOIIBIISIIIESS COLLEGE LoKtevHl Ife I TELEGRAPHY BOOKKEEPIXO tIo ltf 1v I It Ii I i f I u in or 1 It s I I I f- ii i 1 u i i t Wlt obIlIol book Ririeir tftnnIn trdpatr y cepyinp1 rrelleatrrltenr all 1111 thrllnlUd NbtarrNrrR fOCi lit taahirfrNrK ClI e bautiarand utic TNlri arli i iif t JIit i1 L Joj I l 1v 1 i yTla L e a r NoGripeT tVfif n you take HcmlM PUK The big oUlfaslv rr lunrd supirvoAttnl pills which tear you nil ton s pieces arc not In It with Hoods insy to tnkn Hoodsr I rt Hoods T11K which S 14k Hf to elate In every nroI ICfit Safe certain and sun+ vftugKUU lie C h Hoot fs Co Ixiwill MMI fie only 1M1U to tako with Howls fi31I1rllbI L I1rL1 +gr rEIFlnGSi + tS wlLxalL77 f77zZ77Z1 Hubert Asher was murdered in his own house in ILeslie twenty by Hiram Fee A Madison county conplo walked I twenty miles to Lexington to yet mnr rind itlieOhio river Ili fonlable fit llnwe I yule It being lower than hua ever been kllOIIII Vallum MivlrI uf niurlwin county sold n purri ofi iirh hurts t i n Phila delphia party for tIJOU A jnll delivery at Shelbyvillo lens I caused tho Ikea court to order steel eiigoa for the county prison I Orirgvillcs artesian woll iris been ubaiidoncd since tho drouth et in IM tho flow of oil Iis grouter than tint of waterA flock of 000 geese wero driven through the streets nf Mnrgautield the other day theyworn destined for II limbs ilou Vaito and list Woodii got into nn altercation nt Ponifnvt over the cir I cuit judge race mill Vaite had his broth badly cut- While I digging a well on his firm near Sharp in Marshall county limit Knlor unenrthcd petrified ham nt tho depth of twenty feet- 11plttlerin U spreading Nt sued 1111I enormous rate in Montgomery and ClllrkJJ counties that tho schools wore conttt polled to close While digging a well on Miko Hob ertnonA fiirin near Arlington in Cur IWe county workmen found ashes 111111tt charcoal nt a depth of tcvcnter feet A littlo girl of Did Aldridge resid lug on life Kirksvillo JIllIWllr Lancas ter teas Illlrllldst1 badly by her clothe catching from a cooking tovo that she died n few hours later I Tho court of appmls has over flllI1II the petition for a rehearing in the once of linker Shipp of Midway pentonced to two years in the penitentiary rind he will have to servo the term A vote will ho token at the November election in iiurard county on tho itie tlon of turnpike bonds Thirtylive thousand dollars is time amount rCIt1Icl nmj must be carried by thrco fourths ofr tCi ihc voters die KniiWPingutil n 1 lyearold Chris thin county tiny was returniiu fromI hdiool on horseback when ho was thrownI from Ida home and fatally injured bis head and left side being crushed under the animals feet s The continuous dry wtiltftnas dried1I up the Sandy rnJfiSTntH it is lower tbnn it has been for years Tbo pushI boats from White up the river canI hardly go nnd have to bo almost ear tied over the Baud in some places The women of Kentucky aro starting n movement to perpetuato the ircmory Daniel lloono by having a Uoone day iu nil the schools In the sluts on OctoberI 22 n klng the teachers to devote that day tp lelllni the pupils of the lift and1 n character ot Daniel Itoonc 1In Wayno couuty tho charred re mains of young Thomas hunt ey agedI 19 wero found in the ruin of n burnerl house tordon Jrcer and Thomiis Haini who are known to have accompaniedi Ramsey to the house are iu jail charged with murdering him ami burnini tbo 1s 1sYrhoitrrc1sW Marshall who lives near Htts I FcHvillc hits hail ball luck with his her rcpI during tho past few mouths Onet dropped dead whilo he vnp plowing an other killed himself while attempting to ttjumpn picket fence and q few days ngr a third was either stolenfor strayedll- e I twny + e rje tBer UTarney vybo fcotnpoiedilirrt rlri n tnnon Tph Me Loooo h now tan KuiiOiing I I in a Wry York prison Urn t i Itttitmrr Iaeas v ll1tdraw- W t t- g y4 Ybr1tr d Le 1- 1r 3rYs l I tie realized 20000 on Itllon and spent it all in less than two inonlli Middlcaboro Herald Tho city council of Jincvillt1 parsed ordinance last week reducing the mayor salary from tJOO to 25 per year police judge reduced trio saute and the members of council now receive UkIIexpenses step ward munleip1reform The little town of Adiiirville has a In the post thirtytwo years there have been sixtyfour men killed there tour of them were town mnr hnls There have lbeen right people killed there in fourteen month And still Adairville has the cleverest people and M in one of the best sections nf Ken tucky Klktun lr jrfM Those who believe chronic diarrhea to bu incurable should rend what MrI 1 IK Cirisham of liars Milli La Luis to say on the subject viz I have been a suf ferer from chronic dinrrluvn ever since the war and have tried all kinds of medicines for itAlt lust I found n rem edy that IlliCted n cure and that was Chamberlains Iolic Cholera tutu Diar iliiea Heniedy This medicine eau III ways bo depended upon fur colic cholera mortu dysentery and diarrliu It Iis pleasant to tike and never foils to ell ct n cure rt and ftI0 cent sizes for Mile by l1 Day HOW TO FIND OUT FillII bottle or common glass with urine null let it stand twentyfour hour + l sediment or settling indicates n tlill eased conditionI of the kidneys When urine stu ins I linen it is positive evidence1 of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the bock is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder lie out of order i i WHAT TO l 0 There is comfort in the knowledge sat often ev preyed tlmt Dr Kilmer Swamp tin great kidney rcmedv fulfills I Iiusury wish in lelivving pain in the Imck kidneys liver bladder and every juirt of ItI I IIill ity to hull urine and senlding pain in j pllllill it or bad uflocts following use of i liijtiiir wino or beer and ovvrcomes that nnpleasnnt necessity of being compelled to getup ninny times oaring thu night to urinate The mild and the extraor I Binary elUct of Swamp Hoot iis MIOII realized It stands tilt highest for its I wonderful cures of the most distressing enses I CUII needa medicine Olljj should have the best Sold by drug Bits price fifty rents and one dollar I For a sample bottle and pamphlet both Brut tree by mini mention Tin llAri 1 tlollcoI pwprieturI of thU paper guarantee time genuineness of this oileri Tlrt Vwterienn 1ProtecliveTariH 111 gillIII rhllM just iissued another null very lomj pleto edition of our tarilV laws This volume of lM pages gives the ollicial1IIi text of the Dlngley tarill romplcteii I comparison of the Dingle and Wilson I I law and index to all articles covered1 j by the new tail n The look will be of great value for reference nail for answer i j lug nil questions regarding tho tacit1 IIdClfll4l1lrI I ment No 7 and address the American imteotive Taritr League K 5 West JJrdII street SloW YnrkII A few weeks ago time editor was takerI i with a very severe cold that caused him to bo in a most miserable condition I wan undoubtedly a bud ease of III grippe II aunt recognizing it as dangerous bo took i immediate steps to bring about a speedy tutu Front for advertisement Cham i 11111111Jooll IllII1InIII cdic el soy wni tory in its results iis putting it vcr mildly indeed It Holed like magic HIdI 1tho pennauenl l rum no hesitancy recom mending thin excellent Cough Remedy to anyone alllicted with n couchor coldii in any loneThu tanner of Liberty Libertytown Maryland The 2buul 10 j i t cool sizes for sale by d1 Day To Cure a Cold In Quo Day ritm Lxiitivo HrontoQuininii Tablet All druggists rotund money if it furls toI curo 23c V ByltSRacord of vcmurkldu 1 UI I lUAuPiiVStuAijiiirlllalin become tI uwjJiUe bipod nuriilur prominently In thu inuYictyc Get ouly Hoods Hoods Nih tirr+ Hio bast umOy cht mal Irctiacdlrittr P5ct4 YOU MAY GET ITI i THE LOUISVILLE DISPATCHS THIRD GlfiftiES GUESSING =CONTESTSL tOOOOO In Cash 111 lie liven Avrny to the IVrsiui Vlio MuKfstlio llest Kstlnmto on tho Kctmlt of tttu No itruibcr Klectlon Every SubHcrllirr to the Doily or Weekly INinu h Will Mo Kiultled in min GUOIi fur Every Dollar lttlrl Upon IIIH StitiKcrlptlonC- UOSHCH tiny Itn Mnde 1t ill 0 P M November 1 I Nil 7- Tho IonUvllle 1111Ihl + fleet nnl e liiimMiiK touifsifi I htvliu iiruuMd HO 1on1 h lnl n rl IIIIKHI UK rcnliT a Ililnl I + nUN IIIIOIIIHIMl flllfh will sun ly tit 11IntUHnt In IIl1bIfliml liiritll of the surrryyful MinllitnlH fur OINk of till Ciinrt of IIlIH of KIII tuvky nt Hit nlilull ovciulnT ISJI IOlll TtioiiMHHl DnllnrN In Cnsli 11IIkly111ypstaInc ln pnyy upon lilt ynb + iiptlnn from tits it1nh niiltl NoviiiitiiT 2 ISI71 III 16 pI in ufl r whitII thur hti Inorr IljIIW 111111It rr trltntL JiuMtK tuny lie imile ttp1 + n OOMIOIH cut from Tin1 IIM uitrh god iiuillid III Tin Dlv piNh PiitfUtilni riinpniiy ulili our demur nctv l tit urh enupou Hard All burs OUHII of oiiNvllle who InrK + limit hf mall KiitiMTlliirs Tin puptr will In ilfllwTfd fern to Ioulvllle Sew Albany uul JcfTorsonvllIe nib 4rrlbir Send OliO liollnr for tin NVceUly or Sly Dollars for 1Ur Dally evrept Similiy or Kldit Dollars for Dally and Siiiuliiy or Two Iollr for tilt1 Suniliy rilltlon nui rfiiuiu nr juu Kt Hi1 KUfnrt lor Iud iloliur plllt In If you nro nlrcndy n nutxorlhcr your IIrnn will tin exttudrd for ss louir it lliuo 1111 jourmoney pal Y4 Hut ynh +rlptlou grub will be nllmved trot rojnlir rant inNslon on 1111 the UIIIMM tlmt Miry siud In but till pnncrs tliu ordtriil wluMher Imlly or Weekly or Suuilny unit be nent tliutstpiirlinKeI Mrn are rfrolved they will toll turn hutdII the eoulrnt tit a orlock oil the nlelit of Noviiniiit Ility will be Hiiilril up In tin 1rr+ furn of tlirre JudKoi on the morning of Noviinlirr S tinmil over to tlniu In tin ilopotttei In IDII vnnlt of tilt IJiilnii NMIonnl llink until otIUlnl oount l + ilielnriil hr the Stern tars of Stnto when they will lie opemd till profemv of thra juil rs and totii pared Hunt the tmin of till sneer+ + fn Rnes + nudtlO 1cheek pall to tho xiirriMKfnl cm srr upontI niudllv divided hetwren them Sena1 for Sample roplts roninlnlnc Cull pens AildrcM Oil letters eoiiinlinni curssvi anil rrmlttiimtM to Will J ll lnlTreiiHiirrr DISPATCH PUBLISHING CO- j 44B AV Maui St Koulsvlllo Ky h A FLOYD 1IYR1 Campton Ky IATTOnN1 YrATl A f fIfUlShtllcQIIlctlonllll1l1t DayuPiTHE HERALD 11- r 1- y I 1 The Way to Win Success In anything Iic to keep eTcrlistlnply at it Ibis Iik true whether you went tll Renoh tho Po f rein r1y OnNS Through an advertisement or to tarn a liviiikj III MIIIII other any IVople luril to err iiirli other a trent iimiiy tliiuH licforc fortiiinu friendships coil it IIs iiineh ilu satin with iiilviTtljor uiiil their riiilM It Iis Not by Fitful Advertising TlmtI un imnuiisr lhninees I + Unlit up This pupa Ile rtlItltrl i who rllul othir pniers perhnp hot eeetug jour adI In tho HnJiol Groen Herald Will glee Its maders confldrnrv in you More ooiillIencp nirHiin more bnhhies This paper Ilan rudi too wltc rts t no other They MIMV not now trade with you but lire nloiott Mire to dol o it yon lire a luiolllnl ndvcrtUrr in Tllll 1 UlEltAln Any hnslnrss main who bun laid the foiniiUtlon of Utikii Hers success l y mlrertbing in this Or Any Other NevspaperKI- IIMTH that he did it not Uy orca i omillv insirtiuir 1111 ml and turn wait 1111 to cur I hut hillltIIII nut By Keeping Evorlnstinyly It- 1u nut uny that people dont rend nil vortiMfiiiinisi von hurt read tin OIH FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB ritlNTJNG s ii i i tlitI WATCHES I i i ij GOOD ONES p t 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 r S IIW III I And Watch 111 TIIIRepairing I FRED J HEINTZ I K Ini- nIaXISToSI K t I a d FRIi i Without llusxPecked i JUilPlIVIJ CHMS I prrrtnrlfroml lilljr air up fur tin iinriktuo of Mirrllnt Hut ji unIIOII1II1m1 for n low prKf l lltioriONHTik titan lit inral nr Nsl llmocr whiiicviT yon Gel po rlT Hwnllaw I- tth ln w till or wltiotit n moiitlifiii of wnlrr- 11iy iMirunll rl iuuli I wlund ppmhnitlif An lnretuhlulool- lYrt tlprlnt Mtliliie No liuitlrr MH th- ennlhrnlowtildnynurd Unotlrrnrf nnirf III rriiU IIf dma Ilonn ere followiil Ton rttivovtil iw kiujw kn 1 lo la hail of nil ilKnliTMitthnneti It In murall that nlnimt anydruViltntllohtnlnnntIlywhrnglntnlhrnrulonrrtodwu IrtIonlIIlIno urn inlmloi xlll U 14 nt Ithl frturn anti In l1ml4 furnnnltxl lo tlm liliviiiii riirmlMl Co N o hi hpruro KU Now YorV tnttlthnrlut ritliorurlthtylntndurM t tolltettnhnVrutntnd t ilKra will In Mii llixt lin ITIIO liKli w lll n JUlY them a fair mirviti nf i p n1rtiI t il fin ray- tuofor4GmntsiJ nmll n ivnl 1rdw + II- Irnrtunainrel131yuallforri W fitrrMlT90 furtoiH fur StVlt t1 rnxM cjr l rnriiuu for tl LAh wlllt the ruler In eitrj nu i iwl rrrlghturrrpn ai c unruua nt tbu liuytr oot U I I 1i1l 1tFOR A Situation H I BookKeeping Business- PHONOGRAPHY TypeWriting Telegraph y JtddrmWILBUR R SMITH1 LEXINGTON KY For circular nf lilt famotii ami itvip niillila COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UHIYERS Aunnlril tlrliil ut AVorlMii I 11oaltlnn p4tlnnIatriiiItnUuI s I ludltigTuIlanl IIS SpeeialtiAO i seaI1 dedreNurretrfuIhI onftfWIUBUR WT COIYIXIWITH jI i ITRIMBLE BROTHERS I WIOIBSaIBb DmG rs t 1 I t t l STEfltIV1 kY- t Lexington arid Eastern lRailwayyI ITimo Table in Wlect May 1C 1897 WJSST BOUND Nois No 5 STATIONS i InezUsilyI I 1 pmAvont I I ptn11inlhuyter 1 I t pmFairlieptaliiditinI I 1 I pmClay i ftanton S HI 11111Ii at Put 11 20 urn 11I 1I1I1I 7 CO tun I 11 pal 10 4S am Unudrm1 7 IB nm I d o7 pm 10 t17 nil Sat lriilge 7 10 11111 I II HI I1111 IU W inn Torrent 7 21t nm 1 H pal 2 m- Itealtvve le 7 Oil mn t 2ii pal s fill am Three FkhCV li fiJl am j ih put 7 inIllm 1111111 fanti i ilIi pal ii Ji nm Jacksun IIit 00 nm 2 ptil 1 0 am EAST BOUND No I Not STATIONS No 2 Sundnys Daily n Unity only i tuulnvl L 30 pin 7 I i nm 10 am 11111011111I J r l pt11 s it am t H am- Vinehester t 11 jnii S ttJ am lititi am- rairlie 3 21 unit S VJ am 7 41 am IIndian KliN 3 lo IlIIiI us am s u am Clay City3 VS pm SiI 7 nm iI 1 Main tiinton 4 OS 11111II 111 nm U i0 nm lilson I 21l pm II 411 am IIii1 nm Dundee I aI12 pm10 IIH am LIIll pmTorrenti l pmllenttyveTlireeKkN lii Ii 2G pinjll M nm 2 i pm- I PtuIInrkinnI i 1 i 101iNos 1 end 2 arrive and depart frm C 4 O Iliion depot at Lexington All frelebt trains arrive and deport from Ni th rlnim N J U HAIIK- ienll Muvicr CIIAS SCOTT lien Pass Agent u TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK 3ITSTKRLINGKYC- AHTAI p = 200000 I SrunVH 50000 Il- M lUGSTAFIMresident- U JIKIKKlATKirK lire President N11 THOMSON I nshier- rl1artyegtlHennes 0 UsuulitItilIrrN1i111lltlhlliIrst inr intn giMiTidlv throujjliont KiiHtvrn KcttUky A giiirrnl imnklni hisiness done tin lea Ihunee to send you a bunk book uiv voor chocks and ins u yon money when in iced W W THOMPSON Cjulfr mIotrrI A 11IiR l1 THE KEST ADVEKTISINO MEDIUM 7X EASTEKX IY- to x a 4I I 1r amrmaf 1191ra- leiIYOURFORTliN1 year hrnilh lourllppleta le 7I0r stn KOIIII JIm Itenil nnil ThrniU slant s0nAearIInt ynlll r a1ET1U1IIItLURitMenolltr 10nlnllln l in nlad i P 4OIU YIBF nut + That nwlll odor CIrno1JUMIUI Ito ue WnntrIIn liar ftJ rrfVItUt O I 1tr11MA T nt tti n t linrtuu ae r r II Ir 1 10 e frit tr ll k Leath t + 1 cotta tau mIU t 3 ixu t e- 5a a I y