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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, October 21, 1897. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1897 haz1897102101 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 21, 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. iT1113 HAZEL GREEN HERAIJ rt x- A me OOalg Strictlg Deoorafior Newspaper Iq tno TweniuTkllJuaIcLsMot I JsTHIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN NUMBERIIIWOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 21 189T Wants To Go To Klondike In our townIUamanr lJ names not Smith nnrJonM nor frown stronHaI g jie ands the paper wry day And hears ichwt nil tin people say AnaeannotrfM5olHilollVntil I Holt 1k all his talk tis all his theme ThU KlomUkc geld adorns his dream j He writes to companies every tiny For comuhttlan so theysnv From hanker broken and the likr lit receives a loiter most1 every night j la glowlni colors they paint thu way To regions of Rolil so fur away HednMnotwisili to jo alone But wants our poet with him to roam Tolfive this fur Kentucky soil of Ihardest tollFor a two years tramp Bat the poet will not leave the one Vhwe eyes outhne the ilawlinj sun Whose heart nml love at least Im told ire more to him than Klondike gold lluel Green lKy H Wll u- soRRESrofDC1NC P 0 7 C1M WOLFE COUNTY Daysboro Doings J N Lacy went to Campion Monday J W Tnulbeo went to Jackson one diy last week Edward Little went to Hnel Green one day this week- J II Sebastian went to the far side of the countyI Monday J E Brooks who has been sick for n few days is improving J H Sebastian is reported as having zone to Hreathitt on business Most of the colored boys went coon hunting Saturday night mid report n line time hiss Carrie Fwango and brother Our tiinenttothn big meeting on Grassy Sunday CMi Amyx and Rent Little went to GriMy Sunday to tho funeral of Undo Junes Hone Moody Lacy did not cateh the dear on Grassy He Mopped to hear n Hyrd ting and tho dear escaped- If we ere not mistaken think we saw Sym mid her horse and buggy nearly 10 SUlldayhile J W Tatilbeo and H C Lacy do not atop In our town to discuss small quea lions They are both out after votes sad both are using nil honorable means 1o secure them lcFnrIIntheDaysboroGrImythurchAt Campion Saturday evening Misses CftllioQneCurtis5Rangolamcs ere royally entertained by their clever and iergeYttghnparon and Mrs I X Vaughn James wnllbItingBrooksTuesday1 forCharleston nudfrollliatesvilleto Tex 1ncSUcceSAyou tlOlIt forget to- lend back after tho dear old J lImA In Elder I prlnchDgfewnightscarrying cnn tvass byJSundayand slmklllgantisnplenh Dr Cox his oppo s1 1l Piernttsadtheleghlaturo threearetrheu It comes to shakinghands with the preacher On Jut Saturday the county teachers andtothisksldot CaBierOneyCurtissabgo r L- f y i n In t lreontlwereI Hishop is the right man in tho right iplace We nil unita I good time but I could not get Mr Hal Bey to understand where the schoolman ey has gone The renders of TUB HriiAM have all heard of an IIeye opener but I know of ono that bents nil others This one 11II owned by Chins K Habieht of Tai i HintAiD which 1 is known as i j JetlllnII I SundayII intrll11II0lltI Liberty who was complaining ofn nrc1I mess and weakness of the eyes and after I ono application Jim said his eyes felt I much better and he could clearly see everything around him except how to beat Uncle 11111 Lacy for jailer of Mar countyOct CUAUMK Campion Currency Capt Win IL I Hurst left Sunday for Powell county on business Hon SL 11 Kinsolving of Ml Ster ling was hero last week looking after his candidacy for congress The election iis potting very hot lucre All tho races will be very close in this precinct They are all good mien Geo R Secrcst of Cnrlilse anti Julio Stewart of Bourbon county were registered at the Combs House Sunday United States Deputy Marshal Geo W Drake left Saturday fur Mngoffin county George isI hustler from way backOct IS SriMir JACK Tollver Topics w1Old6eld mndo a trip to Grassy creek Saturday and chute back Sunday Miss Myrtle Williams was the guest of Miss Elsie Howling Saturday and Sunday O W and J H McXabbnndILl A- lMnnnin made a business trip to Hazel Green Saturday Dona Patrick of Magoflin county stayed all night with 1 W Sweeney en route to Montgomery county H Mt Mannin node a flying trip to Cant pton Still water Bezel Green rood other points of interest Saturday While riding home from church Sun tIny Miss Nannie Tolivcr was thrown from her horse hilt not seriouslyl injured Among those sick life the wife and little child of Henry Stamper tho infant child of J B McNabb and Laura Brown of Big Branch- Henry Stamper anti J H McXnbb laid wife attended the meeting nt Grassy church Sunday and report a flue time and largo crowd Several of the young folks of this neighborhood attended tho fllnrfnllit Big Hranch also the burial of Uncle Perry Sorrcll Sunday evening Among them were Misses Nannie Tulivcr Lou Outran Frances Sweeney Myrtle Wil liams Elsie Howling and others All report a lute tune Stephen Brewer a prominent citizen of Wolfe county and a resident of Big Hranch has been married 1ft years nnd has been given 9 presents by his wife 5 of which are boys nnd 4 girls tho eldest of which dues not exceed if year of age There has not been even one sot of twins When first mairicd ho built a house In n few years his family increased so he luau to build another house and then in n few years moro he lint to build the third house to keep them all comfortable but ho dont know what he will do next unless ho stretches a tout cloth from hill to hill Ho cone menced naming thorn in tho order of tho presidents hut as that was not sufficient ho fell onto the suite officers The last ono having no name he calls it John Jeir Langley Oct W Suixun OUlmoroGleamls- Dcmocrnt do your duty Como tut to tho polU and voto tho Democratic i ticket Mrs Isabelle Nickell and children have raised tho tallest corn this season In title locality one stalk measuring 17 feot apd- t II Vest nnd family have returned IJ Quicksand Hreathitt county where they had been pit a visit to relatives Candidates are beginning to pas j around in this vicinity slinking hands with the good people and asking their supportJ Calhoun and wifo of Magoflin county passed through here Sunday lat en route for Mcncfee county to visit relatives anti friends IEIlrr willIthoIlirstI I CIII1CIJ IOct is UNCM UiMfs ORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat E F Cecil traded ofT Pal lfe the old fatally mare Monday Oscar Taylor left this morning his old home in Virginia fOfII Quite a crowd attended the funeral at old Grassy church Sunday I H 1D Motley and son Itobert attended court nt Mt Sterling Monday Elders Adnm and 1oborts have been holding a series of meetings at the Cv key school house Married at the residence of Jamrs Hyrd Frank Philippe to Miss Martha Hyrd Klder Adams officiating Oct HI JOHN Maytown Missiles Andy Phipps has moved from Main to Mill Street Mr Hutchinson of Elk Fork was in town last week alto cry Iis now Dinner Itedwinc and- Daviswe mean Sanford Miss Lilly Oakley returned to the feeble minded institute last week W GI Hlair Republican candidate for county judge was in town lint week Dr Cox of your county was in town last week in the interest of his senatorial race James II Colt of West Liberty was in town last week Ho says he wants to bo jailer j Miss Dora Grain was in town Satur tiny and said her school was moving along nicely George Sexton hats sold his house and lot to Win 1Iml Turkey will move to town tomorrow John Sweeney has sold his town property to James Clark and rented the Wm McNabb farm on Chapel branch last but not least there was a cone siderable package of that Collce in town last week Hht wo Ihave raised n ioard equal to tho emergency Miss Lillian Patrick returned home last week from Salycrsville after re maining with her sister Mrs Dr Mack Kash mill other relatives eight weeks Misses Oni H Cecil and Liza B Henry of Ezel Miss Rosin Sample and brother C A of town left Saturday morning to visitI the family of IK H May near Ml Sterling The boys that never hind much exper fence in electioneering toll you sore nice tales but wo remember the story of the tramp and the dog The dog growled tailsTho tramp didnt dnro move for as ho said ho didnt know which end to be lieve Oct 10 VlNOLK8rt The First Thanksgiving Dinner The first Thanksgiving dinner wan cel cheated in lhn country two hundred and seventysix years ago at Plymouth Mugs Tho wholo American army w- 1presentIt numbered 20 men Miles Blandish tho backward lover of Priscil la sat at the feast while Primcilla served at tho tables Tho story will nppcnr iin tho November issue of The Ladles Homo Journal Here Indians and white eat down together by tho tables set ID the woods and enjoyed tho roast turkey beechnuts clam chowder fiali salad cakes fruit anti other dolicncieaprovided- Tt was at this historic Dinner that theI cfirat oysters were served The illustra tions of tho article show portraits of theI Pilgrim fathers r t- w ti- a c W EXTRACTSFr- om n Speech Delivered By A F Byrd Candidate for Commonwealths Attorney at CamptonfKy on September 20 1897 IwKviw asp FriiowCotvrYMKx etl1p N olio I itblnI1 a lilt uptMitH rifo with fricniKlitn I coma to you today not as n strnngerIn U strangeland not a+ one whom you know not and with whose faults you aro unacquainted jh sad who might perchance deceive you but It como to you as ono who nhiirci withIIII the joys toilI ills of humble toyami rahlfnrlhltorbuforeyouI cUlililullt tlcel I IfI k I I qUIIIIliclltlollil t wtlfogtoI I I + mItlklI lIhI 1 forgive as myowunative I1see Rlmntftr1outi pursuits in life and as friend Many bo tho ties that bind mu to my native holtl1111tnrescenes cumstances in life may carry us in future yenta but iliii I tin Iknow that though I soulirresistmiblemy my oftheI IIlreumlhlllllItIJ I lXpcctthllli thoIUlllfI 1llIlo over I highlamaI I moraforciblI I woodLundIiuitl of my sires what inortul hand Can eer untie the filial linml That knitit me to thy rugged strand If I have erred and mule mistakes in lifrII Lot him that iis without fault cast the lint stone I have always tried to do both in public and private what I be rightMy in this contest which may prove to bo the turning point in my life but try to help me try to clovato and lift It hs ajwavs been of nounbletryhtjtowrongs hunt for something good thai I may chance to have done and speak of that friends if have flowers RillliillJI onize mo while I live and then when Iinor dead semi in vain porno nnd splendor hOllllurltlIuIIcnrhe tuts say IInyfrilllIlmyEelcontidencoin1 now hold County Superintendent amlMiy helping to give mu tho nomination for tho office which I now seek For these favors my friends I assure you that I nm I 1II1t1II11PllrlilllfI Hhall iiover be able full youhaveI j I political history i IInut proud of its religious tuna literary institutions IInor inapt of peopleII which wo enjoy Every than lit this brood laud of ours leas the legal right lo canl his ballot for tho man of hl choice regardless of race color or previous condition in life Hu he within or lflulalThoweighs as much as the highest oxccittiyu in iho laud In thin country poverty and rCltllblh1IIIhis rags stands politically on an equality with the lightest potentate clothed in lull puryln and line linen where the hovel nnd tho hut ranks cnua with tho palace and the mansion While 1am the nominee of the Democratic party nod endorse Itr principles tutu feel proud to hnvo the endorsement of such a great grand nmt noble party ns I believe it t be I know that I Ihavo numerous friends in time other parties null noun who will support mo in this contest Yet while they do it they f vote for mo with full knowledge of my political views mud because the beliovi mu to bo n true capable honest and qualified nun for the position to which I t aspire and I assure you that I can not express my appreciation of n vote cast for + mo upon such A basis If I am elected to ibis oflicu I expect to ho thin representa tive peopleThis1 be The people in selecting men for such offices as this should lay uiida their political prejudice and select oho man who is best qualified for tho position regardless of L politics It It r r r a e II When tho 2nd day of November shall come nod you shall take your place Iiv your booth to cast your suffrage where none but tho Allseeing Kyo can witness l the act if you should think of costing your veto against mo because of some offi cial act of mine before you do it stop for n yoitrculf In my tend yPa 1II0lllelltIllncoand see whether you would not have Bono the same circum Htanrcjt i before you do it divest yourself of every particle of MilMiitereM ovcrj particle of hiss and prejudice that may have crept into your iiiind jind hearts from any cause Then weigh the matter in thu Hcales of eternal justice nnd then if in your judgment Illun still found wanting remember that To err in human to for give in divine Kxnmino yourselves and see if them is not lingering s moWbereYin your nature some latent spark of divinity that will prompt you to forgive your a mayhave Ly ttorn01Ican not generally an they come remember that an attorney must bo true to his client No MAX CAN TntmiKUMY HAY THAT I WAS Plat KAT8K TO A CLIENT If you are n lltpubllcan and should think of voting against mo simply because I am n Democrat before you do it remember that this IU not a political olllce remember that there are other issues in offices of this kind which should bo Paramount to political issues Voto from principle and not from policy If you should think of voting against me from nny cause remember that your voto may defeat mo anti thus blight my hopes and prospects for time future and turn the tjde against mo which might otherwise lead mo on tn success to fortune and to fame Tbcro has never lived rrithin the limits of Wolf county either tv Circuit Judge or n Commonwealths Attorpify Wo have been slighted Wo have been J left out Why Is It T Is It because wo do not have men who arc oaMbJiijfi J krInot Would It bo any dUzraco my fcllowcountymen for the tllourtrp llthtt tJAttorneys place to fall to Wolfo county f I think not Hay yottt iwyV tij3tjifvtItIprejudice rr h r 9 T 1 r If iJ tr r IA eatt w i I11 My + hlrx tr- F trti sue L THE HERALDldltslr fl OU I HAZEL CREEN KYITHURSDAY O t21 1897 Y ANNOUNCEMENTS For Magistrate We arc nullioruftl to announce W H BLXKESSIIir It a candidate for Magic subsIi i 0 I I IForSurveyor of Morcan Counts 1 11care authorized to niin uiu JAMKSI S h Counlv StirJIALSEY as a candidate for U vevor or Morgnu cnuutY rnhJect to tfte tit rlilon of the voters at the November Isl7 I election DEMOCRATIC TICKET 1ForClerkof fiurt of Appeals SAM J RlICKEtFOlWtlll lef For Circuit Judge- S 41 rlL Y 1 A loo + i s For Commonwealth Attorney A F llViti of Wolfe For State Senator 3Uli District A UCWUIITS of Owlcr For rftlItatllA 15 llJtt 11 of Morgan I For Cewaty Judge GTCBNTEK For County Attorney A llSTAMPBU- F r Circuit Clerk J K VANJJANT- F r ftr County Clerk SIIAS TUTT For Sheriil A T COM Itt For Jailer 1 W C031ItS For AJOii r G W stun Mr Ownty Slte riiit M 4aMl of Sohouls J11 TAUIHI5K lor COnlllCr J F SAM1MK- Ktr I r Surveyor It J CKKKCII lIt MtgNlirtnl1 District Justice of the lroeeJ n flOSK eonstabloSYlVFSTn8 N011MAX- Seeflwl Magisterial District Jiutlee of the IVaeel R IKGG ComttilileJ H DKAKB Third MagUlerinl District lustier of the IIVao niUftJ IIOIIOX ConstableJ W HOSE 4 OJe4444 oQ000 +1P44 4 oo4 rTHOUCJHTOdRArilS rsoooao ooetro0thO0 o oo poooooo- ooebt DAVID you did us dirt nod uyour name is Dmnis A ritOMiSENT district otticial and nil tho timo Democrat told tho editor of this paper Tuesday evening that Gourley would beat Red wine from 350 to 500 votes t THE editor of this paper is a Democrat and out for every nomi nee of tho party except David Tho man thnt hives us tho marble heart will arrays hear from us As truo as steel but dont tread t on ipo is the silent soliloquy of the rattler coiled nround South farolinaB palmetto tree That + repreetmta the editor of TilE Hahn ALD JUDOE lpnWLxdmife tpmafiy mistakes but payi in liquidatiQp- of that fact ho will make no more i The future by the past is a o8d alpand thtpgpplji yiH try Gttj refR Fiini hiei aperher qr te jiiftrict dpi that be if to- M fCRYrespfppii lR for thQ air ternq in TILP We wit iltp1l U titI matter pokt ept Ali i1Pt rkjudp- cAicl pt Ya +l ofp PPq itifg pf Bre thitt and Lee BJioTi tht iB Lee Mr 0ourley iis TtfT f4 epplirN white in Breathitt Mr ti y- l1 lt tf vltY Redvmio is the reverse A mans neighbors generally know him j Ii I I WHEN Andre now hunting the north polo returns from his trip in the frigid zone well give him a pointer on coldcomfortnn ob ject lesson ns iit were and use Dave Redwino Zs n kindergarten illustration I IK rot an anxious to know 1 how much people think of a mnn in I politic go to Jackson Red vines hone nut nsk thorn about him What they say about him is aplenty I and then some Rent Yes and by lotsII ONE hundred even that Rodwine will bo relegated to private lifI and 10 to got me every bet is ItI common expression in Jackson j Red wines home and they t ktII you to a safe nnd shows you tillI stuttin unlimited quantities TUB fight we mnko against Mi Redwine iis not a politicallone but personal and on the ground I that ho treated us badly11e are and always expect to be a Demo crat but excuse us from swallow IIIweftIII WHEN such men ns Judge Jpt Riddle of IIrvine and Fnm IV t rickof 1ronthitt both Demo cratic wheel horses announce in public thatr Redwino will sure be defeated it makes Red wines friends tfeelI that Ihes a gone go= ling ==listttction of County Clerk Iloiion in not polling tho names of the Democratic candidates of this county because of some tech ujcal irregularities is likely to lend to serious trouble 1 It will not however prevent any one from voting his choice HS ho cnn write tho nnme on tho bullot WHKN Davo Redwiue was a member of the Kentucky legisla ture he accepted from tho Ken tucky Union Lund Co a foo ofI 500 to secure an extension of time for the rnilrond and make that corporation a million or so Ho dun t deny iitt So he iis a corporation lawyer tonIItuHle LutY personally our friend was elected circuit judge by I1ST majority TiuIlKit AU notwithstanding took Red wino up and landed him under the wiro by a majority of 113a j change of 110 votes but in the light of recent developments David has forgotten thin fact Sorrii TitiMiuK of Frankfort will bo n cnndidato for speaker ofII the next general nssjmbly of Kentucky nUll tho indications now II i Will11erlHornho will be apt to get the Eastern Kentucky delegation solid nut certainly tho mountain section THE mistakes of Moses were many but fur the time Dave Red wino has been on the bench ho has discounted hip The Lord in- consequence of Moses errors never allowed him to pee the promised Und IJeither will the people of thej district again allow David to 1lx fcijlh digpjUfy ip judicial af fain t R PUKINO the boom that Beatty jrjjle ball a few year piijce Uncle Jf9 Clark pf this place was om plqyqi ae foreman pf eonip pf the forfa fhjrf fir which GrGparfgy vai pfypaster The firf t 1rpJbt t 4tundyed het of 3JRclel Jpft illness Judge GOUT f Pt FlM tQ coo and pay him his gips X18 per creek UncleJ Je- tRg4rWeIi I snt nor Jud8e I b4lteuIt rrgritrm No JPettern rjeplie ppurley you are in our fpplpy anij ru consider that YQU deserve your wages whether yourI AU b+ i tuAre RipeX999 tw Yodoao c axatwc oosTT T I m 111withus and theres nothing to be done but the 1 lucking for we olTor bargains more j than the lines cherries you ever saws11e have to oiler two bites at these cherries II ttmptinWi boughtIi til 6 The First BiteWfnII l threebuttone gaperiorI i iofi them cost us less than 12 wholesale but you can pluck one for SIU 9 one tj Now Pluck Other Bitesnrii 0mare offered in 200 men Moleskin Pants at I5c a pair elsewhere theyll cot von 7r ell JOO mens blue Cottonade putts lit He They will cost you 75e at any tidier turEHISOU mens Linen at 75c a pair and youll have to SlfiO for them t anwheref wellllI m8Q course you goods arc without further description tilt will add II1 that theyre all new goods I Now Pluck tf LOllis Gus Stpaus m11U1W1mI I rkor nu and paid him acct rd inglylJt only that lbut hcut tinucd to do su during Mr Clarks I six weeks illness Rrdwitu would have charged against him the Kst time I TIIKRK is probably plenty of corn in nil the Kanis cornfields this yeir if the farmers only knew where to look for it A farmer lately tunsed hU lugs into tJali cornfield Mecum a there were no ears on calks end he thought the hogs might bo able to live in the field To his great surprise he noted in a few days that his ravine were getting sleek and fat eterm5ned to olve the toy tery he watched the drove and noticed them rooting around the root of the hillof ii corn and grubbing out good ears on which theywere flattening He attri t1ll1druuhtj ear out so short that in many ileitis the oars form underground like jI jouts J jHJtatoes orIII MotXTAix Croup UIKV Quietly CuredIiI iron were suffering with croup when we received bottle of Chamberlains Couch Remedy It afforded almost itt tnt re liefF A 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chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky I and offers its customers every facility And the most ilUCTfat terms Within the limits legitimate banking octlSly ofII t N WILSQW Practical Pai1er HAZEL ORES KT EaHweoi FUlsh a IffpUlty Mall Orders receive prompt attention uLwHAZEL fI sTJr vmTHTf GREEN KY PlicksmHIisandWaniiikin Having leased the tJfFratITrletrborliIttuichaiedi tktelinenfbltelr- tultbkr nil K OD tqallk4al r 1ti j WALTI8 G W XVIIHEI ER M FOR SALE Four liuiulrcd and vontes IIi acres of land 01 Kentudj river Jacksons Ferry Clark cost ty Ky Good house nod outbuiK jugs 100 acres of river 1iottOllL J MAT MOORS HtNTKv JTAULBEEU Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY I Sureerv and obtetrit aaptd 21ST1 BYWfAT- TORNEYATLAW CAMPTON ff Collations a kpeelalty J SEIT7 We wITs W M HERR cOn IpBBf f lf duiL Ask iIIR- p oNly HOWARD STAMPE A TTOBJfflAf CAMPION KV Will parsef IB tee eoBrU pf elk dloialagcorntJei All butiren M u tir 9111 rte ie Qript MTH w 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