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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Jj j 1 Atln atyvtfar nif iiif Iiio 6 it 2 l Cff Xi fh l1 1TUEHAZELGREEN IIERALDEatabllahud March 91885+ Made F xmous in the Story of II Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll 2 jrxsanavo == =PINCER COOPER Owjioir and Editor 11 Of B Ny Yuttd With New rpom All Nloiu Iilmrit nt lia flack a 100 A YEAR Always In Advance= =THIRTEENTH YBAU HAZEL QUEEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBER I 1807 NUMBER 02 i v A WEEK IN CHICAGO nnd Experiences ol Hazel sj IiP5rocn Doy in mho Windy City 6 Frcry time one vWlH rliK ho in JJrc ctl ulltho oturt withI Iher great thrI I I r rC nhpuUtlon equal t+ theI sate 01 Kcn tacky then you bavo Chicago Many if tenements hnvoI live f her numerous timer the population as the Gem of tlio Mountains Quite n largo number to On Sunday when live under 0110 roof tin factories ore shut down and tho wind fa from tho like ono can son from tho roof garden of the Masonic temple tho city In Its entirety which extends alone likrJIIcWgnii M miles nod westward T piles The thin Iu is 21I stories high and itI mho tallest in the wurlli From the rooff I could easily see rullinan 18 miles pulls nod IKvnnston M miles nortli IiErerythlngI I I I to Chicago Thu tall buildings tho big ilorcs time factories the parks the stock I yards tho packing houses time bonril of Invade where fortunes aro made and lost every day oh I these tiro described by the DM of superlatives lvon time benovo hence nntl wickedness of the people and the rottenness of their city government ill conic in for their share of time great at No one shouid visit Chicago without wing thin stock yards They cover 1280 acres and every inch is used At ltatt four big peeking IIOIINVH are in tho yanli none of which employ less than 1000 men Tho tiny I was there the re ceipt were 20000 nuttlc HOOOO hogs and 17000 sheep In thin auction de partment they sell a hnrso every two minutes for mix hours per dny In Ar mours departments they slaughtered J000 cattle and 1000 hogs III one after noon The hops are hung up alive stuck by a butcher and before ho is dead Is dropped into a tank of lint water and then scraped and all Juno by ma chinery Tho cattle urn driven in pens and killed by n hammerstroke in the lead Xo port of the nnimnl goes to waste The horns aro used for buttons the feet mako oil the bones aro ground into fertilizers the hair goes into plaster and the refuse into soap Fveu the blood is saved mud used in relining sugar Tho incut is shipped in refrigerator cars for export or sold in eastern and southern titles There urn factories and factories in Chicago Everything from a pin to a locomotive engine is manufactured The Illinois Steel Co is now making armor plato for Japans new navy Ono of the most Interesting establishments in Chi oleomimrgerinofactory I lard cream and pure huller and is so nearly liku the best of Elgin butter that it takes an export to tell tho difference Tho factory Is ns clean as n pin works 200 perdaypaysIJncloi pertinyElest iI had time honor to be took me through his plant and explained every thing The impression that exists with omo people that hiltttenimo is mudo out of dead borsch Honp greasA mind Much portII that it Is cleaner than tlobeatro nightwithns as and soup will make it While In Chicago IIIllho recipient i1mammy courtesies from some of time wprcscntnilvo people I had at my dis1 Po al ono day thin finn spate and spider or t lllnnaireAIlIhlllllIIlIch spirited steeds along Inko Shorn or Michigan Avenue where nearly every house is tho homo of a millionaire is an experience long to bo sojournsonSJianksII goes ono boss onthosonro usually Htono Htruc tures ninny of them coiling as much as 200100 f1estCMMthel herdrawing WILliIWanI fabric and cost m Such ft queatloa beenhighlyc iutimntoci ShoroiI I tho golden streets ns money jI 4 t can mnVe It An Ientered niTCrltIItlIaltmarbles broadcast in this church eleven would strike tho family pews of million aires Yet with nil this wealth their service Iin as simple and informal as nn old fashioned dinner on tho ground meeting Kvcry slrnngor that enters tho church Is given a choice sent no matter if a pauper and clothed in rags Nut the little town of Hazel Orcen Is good enough for me Ocl 28i1 III S The Iiiue Simplified Tim New York Sun correctly inter prets the result of tho decision arrived at by tho Ilrillsh cabinet last Saturday with respect to the question of interna tional bimetallism There can In fact bo hill one Interpretation of that decision It definitely puts nn end to that issue Hereafter neither Reimbllcan nor mug wump nor any other species of humbug and hypocrit whatsoever eon go before the people nod slider that theme hili probability of international bimetallism Tho door to tint wide hall of lying nod do call definitely closed and time lights are out The envoys appointed by Mr McKln Icy to solicit the aidof Orcat Britain nod other nations In restoring bimetallism on the international basis are them mid ltI satisfied that nothing more curt hoI dono in that direction and mire making arrangements to return home They will wait for the final answer of tho cab duet as n matter of courtesy hut they have already been informed of tilt deci sion This is first that Knglaud refuses tt abandon tit gold standard in any event second that the Indian mints will mil be reopened mud third that the cabinet will not recommend the Rank of iKngland to increase its silver reserve This is time information our envoys have received amid it is conclusive so far as internation bimetallism is concerned Commenting on these facts tho New York Sun says it may bo assumed that the pledge given by tho Republican party in limo last platform which it adopted at St Louis last summer to op poso till fret coinage of silver except by inlci national agreement with the leading commercial nations of the world and until such agreement can be obtained to maintain tho existing gold standard now become a pledge to maintain the IoltlHtllllllnlllllllllIlIllIliollllll This must be ttrue in time very inturc of things The Republicans liuvo pledged themselves to maintain tho existing gold Hlandard until the leading commercial nations consent tu tho restoration of sil ver on nn international basis As there van bo no international agreement with out tho concurrence and nsihtanco of Knglnnd there will bo no such thing as international bimetallism mud COIIH quenllyI time Republican party Is pledged to the maintenance of time existing gold standard IFor many reasons Ill Constitution Is glad that this is so limo people aro tired of time programme of hypocrisy false hood and evasion behind which the gold have been lid men and the Republicans dug limes past twenty years limo issue Is now clear cut The Republicans are pledged to maintain lima existing gold standaid the Democrats arepledged to time free nnd unlimited courage of sil ver at lima ratio of Ifi to I without wait IllS for the ail or consent of any foreign nation Roth as an issue and as a delu sion international bimetallism in lend nndI cannot by any possibility bo revived by time dodging politicians toil it is bettor for tit whole country that this should bo MI If tho people tire to ho sold out to the money power it Is well that they should know tho preclco nature of time bargain If mho prosperity of the country Is to ho sacrificed to tho greed of Orent Rrittan it should be dono boldly and In tin broad light of day If tho peoplo nro to indorse tho gold stand ard with its attendant wreck and ruin tlioy nhoulddowi with their eyes open They know what limo gold standard is they know tho curio it hns brought upon tho country timid they mire still feeling its ruinous effects relieved it Is true by n foreign wheat famine If tho voters want to indorse time gold standard let them do HO on the plain and naked issue IAtlantn Coiutitution je sots of Snail Towna Much inn been soldof Into of tho de cadence of time main ull towns through time country Time cry ROCS thnt they are losing the flower of their young men J who fO away to the larger cities to make I their homes This is not to bo wondered I nt for tho small town presents no nel1I for the ambitious youth Tint many ofI them hall In the cities and drift back to j time native town Iin not a warning which those who conic after are over known to profit by Fortunately fur time world the word fail Is blotted from the lexi I con of every youth else enterprise tHlhlII die for the lack ofexercise limit therein another reason tbnn n commercial one i fur the eagerness of tho young mOl to get out of tIll smaller town amid that III I the lack of amusement Take tho aver ago country town and whit is them to entertain the Inhabitants but time little j social visiting Theatres tire unknown lecturers are scarce onehalf of time com I immunity condemns dancing and the other half tnhoncs lanlfiO that the round of I gaiety is compassed by nu occasional sociable or clinch or school concert i This Is a scanty metal of fun for time boy I full of healthy blood and animal spirit j so bo proceeds to bunt something moro exciting for himself Then there begin to bo whispered about among mothers i stray bits of gossip about a certain slim of poker or the participants in n mysto j rioiis midnight fusillade with pistols which hind brought half tho village out of bed Stories of dissipation too nro tho rule not tho exception The capture nod punishment of theso pistol tutors would be easy enough in n largo city but in tho smaller towns the sheriff mar shal mind deputies are the personal friends of theso young men who seek amusement I and so they go unscathed The older peoplo lament the boisterous rowdiness I which disturbs their town condole with I each other over the ntato of affairs nllilII pray at time weekly prayer meetings for I the regeneration of tho misguided youths while time correction of the evil lies large Ily in their own hands Proper amuse I omen ts should bo provided for time young i people Lecture courses aiming moro nt entertainment than dry instruction should be provided stud private houses should bo opened oftener nut for balls and expensive parties hill for such gath erings as will menu nn evenings plensure Athletic sports should also bo encour aged for in these much of time surplus energy would bo worked oil A gymna siumt would do more to correct tore dissi pation and petty rowdyism than anything that could perhaps bo established With recreations of this kind tore boys of time smaller towns would bo nippier less given to mischief and Iless eager for tho excitement of city life mama having sumo timing to occupy their tine they would I have less inclination to stay out of their I cds aid make night hideous with for bidden uxcitutueitstonunureinl How To Improve Your Town Talk IIhoullt- Wrltlluhout It Iltiy your goods only from local mer hllllll Heaiitify the streets as well as your own premises Ilitronizo time business of your town at all times Ppenk will of Its public spirited enter pricing citiens If you cant think of any good word dont say anything bad about It ilo courteous to strangers HO that when they go away they will bo favorably impressed Dont advertise to help time printer hurt to help your own interest nnd the interest of your town Dont let politics get mixed up with your business If you arc n business mUll stick to your vocation There will bo iplenty of men to run tho political machineAlways cheer on time men who go In for improvement Dont kick nt nny good improvement because it Is not nt your own door for fear of your taxes being raised CO cents Jlov I N Ploratt of Hazel Oreon ho gnu n series of meetings lit Rogers Chill ol Thursday of last weekeow Creek cor Clay City Ohronlco- He must have reference to our Inimi table Jim 10111 who was in Powell county Bowing the good seeds of Christianity S 4 November Ladles1 Home Journal liTho First Tlmnks lving Dinner Milan Uollrt Firma1nye In Ixtndon and When Dr Whitman Added Three ytars to our Flag are among time lend ing features of tho November Lndfes Homo Journal mho first tolls of tho ost historically Important dinner III America nt which Indian chiefs were guests null lit which oysters were first eaten by while men MIl Hell finds much In London to inspire her pen to its smartest activityI anti the description of her sightseeing tours her impressions experiences fairly sparkle with wit Dr WhltmnnM service to tho United States in saving Oregon Washington nnd t Idaho from the Hilllsh are acknowledged In an article which follows tho first wom en across tho continent raid tho lust whites over tho Kncky mountnins Ma gician Ivellnr writes on How I Do My Tricks showing how slmplo Is their so lution when it Iis known The second article on Inside of n Hundred Homes Is more attractive anti rich In suggestions on furnishing anti lit ing up a home than was tin excellent Inaugural ono of the series It presents 15 views Edward W flak advises young married peoplo against living in n hotel or hoarding house points out tho beau ties of the smell courtesies of lift rural expresses hearty approval of time renewed interest iu sowing womans truest ac complishment Alice Wellington Itollins introduces n now anti charming chnrae ler III fiction in limn first of her Phil 111111 sketchesTho Mistakes of Philippa and Clara lg Laughlln contributes Tim Revelation of Christopher u story of I strong human interest Pianists will bo delighted with time musical feature Poets Dream Waltz I es by Reginald do ICoven nether of Robin Iloudclt anti people who nro home Keeking with the Journals special architects pines for n 2JOO house on n small square lot Mrs Rorur tell how to cook eggs and to handle tho flintily wash mud other articles give hints for church sociables cud parties Suggestions fur Christmas presents that corm bo mode by time givur aro timely as aro arti ales upon dress needlework curd tho various departments covering nearly every phase of home life and of womans work The November Journal Is inter esting ill trllltlvo and practical fly The Curlls Publishing Cn Philadelphia One dollar per year ten cents n copy 4 Kentucky Improvement The report of tho chief of engineers of the army to Secretary Alger nukes time following cstimalcs for time improve ment of Kentucky rivets An estimate of 1 1065000 Is submitted as tho amount necessary to finish the improvement repairing und rebuilding of tie five old locks and dams in limn IKentucky river removing snags logs and other obstructions stud extending six feet of slack water navigation up tho stream to Thren Forks n distance of about 201 miles from the mouth of tho river In the Ohio at Carrolllon Of this amount 201 f 00 can bo profitably ex pended during time next Ifiscal your IFur the improvement of iho Tug fork of time IIllg Sandy SliOO IFor time improvement of the IKevisa fork of time Big Handy JllOO- An appropriation of 2000 IIs nuked for time Illm Sandy The country bordering Ieylsannd Tug forks abounds In bltumlnoui cnnnel and coking coil of good quality but it re mains undeveloped for lack of trnnspor tation facilities All lima appropriations made since 1880 for tho main river have stipulated that limo funds should bo ex pended in constructing the lock und drum near IjuUa so that nothing him been done toward limo removal of natural oh NlruclioiiH in the nude river below time lock and Catlettsburg for about J7 years This portion of tho river has become moro or less obstructed in that time amid it is estimated tint these obstructions may bo cleared out nt n cost of 2000 Now that the Ohio elections arc over President McKinley may bo abl rto glvo Homo attention to issuing tho annual thanksgiving proclamation To Care a Gold U One Day Tako Laxative firomo Quinine Toblotu All druggists refund nienoy ifit failo to cure 20c iB and Jackson The parallel between Jackson and llryan in remarkable Tho same power that nro now fighting llrynn fought JnckHou Jackson was defeated once i but tho people stood by him through t tho fiercest fight iu the history of poll + tics null they elected hinmkPurton in his life of Jackson says 11111 theso JackHonlau contest there fore wo lad nearly nil the talent nearly nil tho learning nearly all time AncIent wealth nearly nil the business activity nearly all tho book nourished intelligence nearly nil tho sliver forked civilization 4 of the country united In opposition to General Jackson who represented tho ti4wSluiceti nopolies nnd combines hnvo sprung up and they are nil light llrynn A large f amount of talent amid learning la arrayed against him though not Itnny monm nil IIlili boarded tvonlth Is ngninst him business activity Is generally ngalnst him the hulk of hook nourished Intclll gcnco is ngidnst and tho larger part of tho milvtr forked loud nilk stocking brlt a gamin oppose him llryan Iis denounced and slandered as Jackson was by n sub r sidlzud press and by hired poi Itlelmsrand time people of today loco llrynn minii tore people of Jacksons dry loved him Wo hopo to see tho parallel completed by time election of llrynn In IIOO and wo firmly believe that wo will see IL Louisville Dispatch Englnenr VH Lawyer A lawyer at CnmpbellsvlIlM lust week received n much needed lesson which it is to bo hoped will bo remcmbured with profit not only by him but by outer numbers of his profession Tho trial of some putty cane against tho IL N railroad was in progress nndl Engineer Meals of limo 0k 0 branch gave sumo testimony which did not pleano tho op thelimsvycrI I j Meals limo target for considerable nhiiHO saying that he belonged to the railroad company that tho uniform ho worn showed that ho belonged to the railroad holly and soul mind moro to tho nmo ef feet In time mldnt of this llrndo Meals sprang forward and with flashing eyes commanded time lawyer to 1tlIllIt1Ily clothes are paid for said Meals which Is moro than I can vouch for regarding yours In a few rapid energetic words lie coiled down tho lawyer and appealed to tho judge Tho litter agreed with the wltnesH that time lawyer hind gone ton tar Homo of those flue dnys Homo of these lawyers wliojwonld not dare to use such language out of time court roots but who take advantage of tholr position to badger nnd Insult n witness will tncklo thin wrong man mind mummy tint get oil oven so well ns did their Canipbellsvlllu brother Lebanon l ahcrprlsetIf your longno bo in good condition for doing n lltllencrolml work try rciul IIIR tho following word curiosity nloud It tummy kj familiar to some of you for it Is ono of tho treasures that wo dug up outof nu old scrap hook IIfr you stick n stick ncnm a itloV Or stick a cross across n stick Or cross n stick across n stick Or Hllck I cnmi across n CIOHH Or truss n crost across a stick Or cross n cross across n cross Or stick n cross slick across n stickxAOr stick n crossed stick ncrosi a trots F ed stick Or cruse n crowed stick ncrom n crottM Or cross n crossed stick aeroHs n stick Or cross n crossed stick across n cross ed IItlcltWOllltlthot bo an acrostic Whoso buxlnoHs Is it to drive tho hogs 1 out of the reservoir from which many Winchester people get their Mippljr of drinking or cooking water lie water Ibv getting very low In tho pool nnd lIpcclnllcare should ho tnkon at such n time to e keep tho water ns puro ni unity bo Yet im- m dozen largo mugs hnvo been making 1 their wallow In It for weeks while cattlea tand geese mny gut their nbaro for the 4asking Possibly hog wallow water ii not more dangerous than well water but ri it in not ploasapt to think about while drinking it and unlike the well water tJ Y it may be very easily remedied WItr c pays for that water the kofi or the pioy plea wlt ei krQcrl s I rJ iJ fSJI Ir tXf1iJ THE HERALD u PEKCEll COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY oI 1897- oedoooo0000000006oaooooeoooi a I v t t ITHOUGHTOG11APHS idooooo0000o0000ao4oeeoeo + b Till second trial of Luetgort tho big BAURjtpo maker will begin at Chicago on rile 18th Gnovru CIIVIIAM III s now the fatlier a of ri I1ltllimllJU which went occurred lust Thursday IN ma annual message to the Georgia legislature iov Alkiiihon strongly roll leirihs limb law anil suggests u number of rciriodic 0 0 Fmtlnlo bills charging murder hnet ecn returned lIllIlt Hherlfl Martin and1I bin deputies fur thu llazclton 11II11I1I1II Kiicru of cool mines A KTltANuii phenomenon has comu to light near Macnn lit In I Join HillI i eemotcry it relined fur four days in one spot from a rlniillt ss sky Till yellow Ifiv I r 114 still raging in a number tlf places with great nverily i and meetings are held and prayers oiler cd up for frost to kill till germ + r Tint Ohio fund commistiiMicr will in I spout all puckago c01b014011 in that state i to HCO whether it Iis adulterated lie thinks it in cold too low to ho ucnulnc IN A broach of promino suit against I I John Oetnand aged 77 a retired capi t talist of Dunvilh III Mrs Carrie Car butt a husiitii widow of W wry awarded n verdict of I13tt I1III1I11I1L rA UKCXIK j driver eniiMd a stage conch contain 1111 1IS pussiiigois nlltII drawn IIIIlx gal loping hnrteri to overturn i while rounding a curve in Wyoming t road three III the passengers were fatallyI injuredj Tin DiMUncritic chief of police of I Chicago II hlill I HIt lil Republican po licemen to make room fur a like ounrbe- Of Democrats vlio hind been duhargcd two yram ago to maku room for the14 I imo lUiinblieniiH JN Tin rare fur county others in IorII gait county all the Democratic nominees I I were elected except county judge andJ I uotinty clerk and for tlt o places W O- lHlllr I tool Marion Hutchinn respective Ily Hepubtiean were elected mmmmm tm mf m + mmt + A ST lofirt hither WVH it costs too much money to feed and clothe four marrhigeablu daughters besides fimuMi big lights anti fuel whilo the young In lieN are entertaining their sweethearts Iin the parlor anti has ordered then allI to get married by December I or ge out and hustlo for themselves 0 A MOST dusturdly outnigo way pure c trntttlrat Pnintsvillo on Wednesday night of last wOk Soino miscreants ImlI into the UIl1Cl of the IuiutavlIIc 11 m11 cial pied the forms nail carried oil IJrII I of tilt pros nil some aI tho type acts as this can not bo punUhcd too sc I vcrely The prc 4 Iis for tho dis+ emiim tine of notes and any person feeling him self aggrieved by Its statement hay roo course to tho hiw and tho nihilistic do Ntrtictlnn of property is uncalled fur to shy tho IniiMt llKNitv tttomii ono of the candidate for mayor of Greater New York the suddenly of apoplexy Sunday morning lit 1045 oclock at tho Union bquaro hotel He had intended a number of meetings Saturday night and arrived at the hotel with a number of fticnds about one oclock Sunday morning He com pltinedof feeling very fatigued and coo n toured to hU room Shortly after three r oclock his wife awakened and seeing him sitting in a chair spoke to him but lie answered nomcwlmt incoherently She 1 bccAmo alarmed anti called her non from r HU Adjoining room A doctor was im i mediately Bununoncd but Mr George hover regained canncinuimiss mud passed peacefully away nt tho 1911 r named Tho remains multi in state until Monday nfter noon when they were consign6d to their Jut resting Lltuel In J reeu root cemetery I l DEMOORATIO VICTORY Tin Democratic party has won every ling in Might in this county with the exception of Clay Lacy for school com missioner who is electtil by aiI majority Tho editor of thin pope elected his own hearts blood when wo secured Thrasher Combs AH to tho judicial wo have nothing thlwlrk to saY except that Tom Morrow editor of tho Iiicknon Hustler isI n tlillinr in every allega lion ho make and th allegator can se Spence every tine he wants TUB Hill Ain editor is proud of tho Democratic victory nod while he ought Mr Kcd wine ho never forgot that he was Democrat aural took hove along with cm all When you get a butter Democrat than Spruce trot him out IAt Corbin a sneak thief went thrmch railroad mans pockets at one of tau hotels a few nights since and although the pocket contained 1111 1 the thief took only 10IThe cane of laeuheacu for tho inn r der of Deputy United States Marshal Win llyrd was called in the Tinted States court at ILtnisville last Thursday mid was continued to March 9 Reports from Montgomery nail Meno feu tiring the news that 1 J II Williams Democrat way utecUil tto Hie legislature over W K Tabor Republican Aino that Judge Coojiur had been ro elected While waiting fur election returns Ttirwlny nighl HOIIIO unknown parties fired 1 live or six shuts from a revolver through the front dour of W T1 Oankey N store The vandals who tire guilty of rush deeds slnnilil be teverely dealt with A rierman doctor Iw started n theory lint must drnnkaidiTcan be erred by a very simple anti plen ant course of treat ment namely by eatingI apples at every tncal Apples if eaten in largo quan tities possess properties which entirely do owns with tho craving that all con firmedi drunkards have for drink 0 Ott account of the serious illness orII AIr1 Mclvnight in tho federal court at aruckinht of the croon National Hank which has been in progress there for a week was postponed until March M next Me Knightrt new bond was fixed at I1JIOO 0 An exchange 14ayr How often do wo hear people IIto When in the world1 do all the Hies come from It is simple enough The toper make + tho whisky IIn Ithe cyclone makes till house IIly thol carpenter makes tho sorts Ilyc till boarder 6hack14mitlnmakes the shoe fly the jockey makes tla- I horse lly till butcher makes tho cow fly miltI fly Owing to the condition of my health I will about November I li start to Hot Springs Ark rind Isincerely lidpo that every man indebted to ins will colt tool pay bin account as IramI compelled to havo money before I go Dont delay this matter but cone at once Very ItCdpectfnlly II F PimiATT Consolation Chat Wm IllankrtiRhip has been quite sick this week How thankful aro our farmer for this weeks ruin IIMrll Win Wallace was visitingI in our midnt this week Uncle John McQuinn ban been visiting Iris brotherjnlaw tnclo lobo Nickel of this neighborhood arylScab Walter passed throng- hero lost weefe with her rister loon Ma goflln the yoilhg bride of a Mr teed Nov l 5 tifit Groat Hailo Offer Send UH tho names and addresses three vr inure performer on the piano or organ together with ten cent In si I vcr of postage and wo will mail you tc piece full sheet music consisting popular songs waltres marches etc n ranged for tho piano and organ AddretM Popular Music Pub Co In dianupolii loll 7 + n T A I Cherries IIIli Are iIRipearcowoooocooc II I 11 I I temptingthanwill gt taut answer they urn Micli rent bargains that hardly believe theso goods can be t1 for so little UlOIIC of1erJ luuii I to The First Bite tiih wool thriJI 1 thrcabutton1 la nor farmer enidii WpIuve never told these goods for less than SII IIfI and I18 anti not IIUJlC ono of them cost UH lens than 412 wholcaalc but you can pluck Olio for tJUIdlI Now Pluck I II19V Other Bites I Iat 1 1 are offered in 200 mens Mqnkn nt Me n pnirelsewhere theyllcast vou 7re I III200 rnenn blue Cottonudo pants at 44c They will cost you 7ic at nay other start thermennvl h I L welllitt 1 I t LOUIs srI PINEER Ca THI RSI 1 A P Iu LEXINGTONI FeYTff rtPTI I HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twentyfour hours u pediment or xottliiig indicates a din lIICllCllflllillollO the kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desjre to urinate or in tho buck is nlno convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder UfO out of order WHAT TO 110 There is comfort in the knowledge MI often expressed lhat rIKilmersSwatntp Hoot tho great kidney remedy fulfilb oven wish in relieving pain in tho book kidneysliver bladder and every purl ol the urinary put agas It corrects inut iiility to iiold urine and scalding pain in passing itor bad ellects following llso of lifiiior wino or beer and overcomes that unplcaMint necessity of being compelled to get up many limes during the night to urinate Tim mild mud the extraor dinary cll ctu Stvanp Rout is soon realized It stands till highest for IH wonderful cures of tho most distressing cases IIf you need a medicine you should hfivc tho brat Sold ItIlrlig gutsI price fifty cents and ono duller For n sample buttle and pamphlet both sent fret by IIIatlnatmttualrtu HAKI 1ntrN UniAin and send your full post ollice address to Dr ICilmer t Co Itiiigllampton X V fill proprietors of this pjipcr guarantee the genuineneHs of this offer LONDEPFUL are the cores by- JJ Hoods Sarfcaparilln old yet they are Muiplo and I SnvtM pufilhi makes PURE BLOOD r I Granriy Metcalfe Iutllt rnu1J mid Ett mid Mil slflil11141tin 41 lulNI 1 wl 4n mfMfi ttilfcrttM k B anl r Uf mt fIBCI will s thaI I Itati411 rfm 4rqtl la Pa XitL 11rw T Ilah 1Iu alt td CIMUIUII IK III ITlpi 1 rll ulhn eb Nlp III I ban til tb Iln4ua1 to trUkxl I- LYuYA MkurAMI1111N6rtdwlCrDR rPin Tara Honeyri itotoM bran drunVim orMnt upon rtctlpl of prlrvasc SOc old II jwr bottle br J rrI h I I i i youll Pants TWE pain natural loodo OS dlD VISOPHACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS IIAXKL GltEEN KKNTVCKY Io MAKE A SPECIALTY OF BUILDING FA11M and HOAI WAGONS Wg use tho Itcst Jfutertnlanti Onarantco SatisfactionI Calla auto get our prhrr and when you need anything of the kind give mo your older Piitrtnu + Homo People get only Honest Work and bo Happy PJ0pIN THE 1IOKFE SHOEING AND KEPAIU DEPAUI MKNT WK at employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his speialtyeod- yourI work is respectfully solicited I I Woftcs1era Dank WIKCIIHSTKU KY N II WlTHlMtSlOOV rrcNldent H D II UNTKU Cashier Paid up CapitaT 820000000 Surplus 0000000 This Dunk noliults the aeeotints of nirr cliantR IlirmrrN traders wad luisiness men Hciiorally thri iplinit lKiiHtcrn Keiltiiukyi uiiil allure tH riiKtoiuuri every Ilicility and the moat HberiilI terms within tin limits of legitimate hanking net i8ly q r MHS iIPio Prabijoal llAllilIritFNN Pali KV tear iiIi Hardwood Finish a Specialty AJT Mull Orders rcruivc prompt fJ+ attention i tI I WALLIS WJ1EELEB I IIAXEL GUEKN IlY I Blacksmiths and Wagonmakers Having leaned the clip kiinwn UK the I rmnkTylirliMpnntI- piirelriHiil n nuw ami Ilul iiibluct- sulltlliug iinil nncon uiaklnu toils null inatur uu any preparcil to i IniI u trial llesiUetfullM I 111LL11Ff ns FORALE Full liutulriil mitt ivntcfn 117 nercH ofland oil 1Kentucky Irivert I IaclinH IKirry Murk ooiin IIv Kv mod housiI nnd UiUniilt ingH 100 acres of river bottom J1 1 MAT1 MOOKKIllNTKV I 1 rn JA 1l1 ULJi Jt tie1 Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY DafHnnrcrv and obstetrics nupnl oIAS roe YJtD- Iu ATTOI1XBYATLAWCAMPTON KY V ClI1It IIIt J 3g1TX W WITH W M KERR CO IO1II1II18 IN Hardware Agricultural Im lew 1 HOS1S 0 A IIOWAUD ATTOltSJ lJDqEnLA f CAMPTON KY Will practice In the courts of Wolfe ond11i r adloltUngcoiintleH All bmtliicwcntr moooure will ri r vtjiroinpt njtrj 110 lw iTrite lllooil ruriat IWomlucntl In the public etoi6 i Ia Is Iliads Sari apardllt Tllercfod get hoods null ONLY HOOD dr l1 id- F 1n 1cI il 1 n t yl r g HERALD o=taQt ti0t0 1ocr 3Ca O OQCO Jordan Wii frnm Mltow WIH visiting hcroSiinilny lionL HankH of Campion was a SlIlIduyguI J I nightItnu in honor of TliranlujrI I Conchs vii tory Hon 0 B Hwango ofllazel Orrcii- f trm in the city on Monday Inm Frank fort Argu MU Nellie KVUIIH returned home Fri visit to Montgom diy from n protracted ery county X L VJire Uft Tucsdny morning for inYxteiided busiucxa trip to Lexington nod elsewhere One intelligent voter cast hill ballot for Killi Puckett for police judgo in the town election Wctvunt come nf tlur Hubwcribeni to bring in that corn and those potatoes they promised UH last miinuicr on sub icriptiit Tr J T Picratt and wife went to St Helens yeatenUy to 1m at the bedttidel of their daughter Mr Thoman who in reported very ill Mrs l7Mo Maxey of LoxiiiKton in TiltingI her sistersi Mesdamcs LUll Day and Kllen Iieratt mid other relatives and friends in IIntel vlreen Sjmeof the buys at Ciiiiiton not into political qtfarrcl mind while acting the part of peacemaker Beverly Quillian KM dangerously nil in the log For children who take cold easily and are uhjlct to the croup no remedy in HO helpful us Dr Bells Tina Tar Honey It should he in every house ready for an emergency Henry Mntlock rciireivntiiiK McMil lan llnzon t Co Knoxvillc Tenn was interviewing our merchant the first of the week cud while licrc was a g licit of the Iiy House Elder II ID AdaniH purchased of Undo JTIIIII Swanio about an Here of ground Bad wiltRl once begin till erec tion of a sent cottage The considera tion win Honiething like 0- Mr Lou Day returned last Friday from an extended visiti to relativel and friends in the blnegniss and other sec tions of the state Silo almi visited wine In Indiana and II l1l1lie Ihad adelighlful Unit I MI Pieratt of lzel wits here Mon day and HIIVS the tele honc line between that place nod MlI Sterling wll he ready for UU by election day Jlie will extend it to Hazel Green at once Morgan County Democrat W lloflinim Vouil local editor of the Mt Sterling CJaitte ami Miss lay He bar Whiley of Iiris teen married in the former city Thursday afternoon The groom is a son of Hon 1I Wood and tilt bride is a moat accomplished lady II L Neville n graduateI of Ohio Den tai college is stopping lit the Day House nnd Iis prcpnred to do all kin In of dental Work in the most lIt tfllllllr manner lie willrennin Ire until luttay- next whtii hu will go to Campton and remain a week or more There win a very pilot littlo wedding n I the lainbi lust Uediiesday night the principals of which were Doe Vellc of JlurphyRevI Mai art Their many friends extend wngrntulationrt i Tlie drouth was brokenI on Sunday tcriioou bII light hhover and a drizI I zliiB rain fell all night and Monday nearly nil day much to the relief of ruts ferieg humanity unl tock this hits been the heaviest rain in this section showerfell ltantetlIlietlkP11shil witha lovely pair of twlnsn soyaada girl ftiil to relate the baby girl lived hilly o0Jluntlny couldbeexpetedTito hazelbeen1 ly passed Oil very juiet nrldfnhionilg TStel inanhnl GB Swango M K Jinner studIY board v Uustca j i ii r i ti i u st ar d O oO OO O g RGLIGIOU5L 8 O GGoooooof0 Nelson will ilLDnYllboroIIlIdSUlldntoeroIcesermon Topics for sermons Sunday at the Christian church rue Practical Duties at II tSU1t t wrvice every body 5is cordially invited t and urged to A letter comaII F N Day thePresbyterlanwill move here with hie family fJM a short timeIn I tfie notice of the beginning of Rev J It Wordn work at thcM K church lust Weekn mistake occurred It should hive read on the first S Inlay November 7 that being the regular tiny It is nut too late however to make the an nouncement rind all the members as well aH the publie generally are cordially invited to be prevent at the opening ser vices Sunday iillornlllS ilL 11 oclock Acadojay Notes MbI s IMU A Maxey of Morgan county enrolled laelweek I Albert Webb spent from Saturday till I Wednecday at his home in Morgan I ttoland Taulbee and IMgnr I1lMII spent Saturday nod Sunday at the home of 11 U Ward ncurIolIverII I b Adams and W 11 Hoark went i home Sriiturdtiy in order to vote Tuesday nnd the former to IIIIIIIU work in lhI interest of the acidemy The debute on Friday night was well attended rued the speeches made by the eight young men were highly compli mented There have never been eight In1 hater speeches mode III a debate At the academy than were those of Friday i ICIIIIIIII that Money Iis mightier than the sword The ullirmative speakers were Albert Vcbli I It yJolru V IVolitt and W 11 Uoark The negative cpciikers were Robert Day Curtis Roar 1Mgai iunci and II P Ward The enrollmait fur the session is abmit twenty more than tint of nay pievioits IIICI I III an iincreasedl interest in our hdiool The prospects for till winter and spring terms are getter than ever before and the en roll nlept for the whole tucsion will be the greatest in the history of the acad emy After this session the courses of studwilll be increased and it will take four years of hard work Ibefore one can he graduated The academy has always kept ahead of the demands made uponI i her and now sloe pi opuses a course equal1I if not better than many college through out the land The business department has already met with geiHral favor andi j iirmv will saran in it within the star TIll music classes lee larger titan ever liefore in the full with bright promises for the future Artlinrlro SwaiiQQ Sprlaal Sayings KlI I Cecil and wire spent Sunday ith Harrison Swnngo W S Tyler was vidtin relatives in this community Inol week Kriiest infant child of Lark Lowe andt wife iis very sick al this writing Mlses Oiirieand Nannie Swango too III the sights at Toliver Saturday andI Sunday Praise God from whom nIl blessin1 s How fur the good little ruin which fell just now Porter Clark Frank Simpe and Win Tyler took dinner with 1 lido Harry Mwango Thursday IX II llIruf White Oak gave the t neighborhood a busmens call tiunduy returning Monday II II Swango nnd wife spent the Inter t part of lust week in visiting ffriendsl mind relatives on Gra y O N Hiblnson wife and daughter Pearl stoppednverlhursthoy night witht Harmon Swnngo Oil their way home frlllllll two eek1Iillit Salyorsville Nov 2 Iso Several hundred old newspapers hmiv- I accumulated this office nnd we wouldI like to clean them out at the low price of W cents per 100 Come every andI avoid the rush We suppose our correspondents were too much wrapped 1111 Ithe election last wefh tooeond any stews but we want n goral long letter froth each one for 011- tJou x t fir J 1ii i j1i Sjl- r 9 J t 811JF8 I fl1A- TPFRICUSo A cr n THB 1 II lN HAiKSaJEa Gn E a 1r J 5 qdepnl5 deiianco of our competitors that we can and will sell you your rCLOTMINC FOR LESS MONEY then anyratan in I hazel Green We also carry a complete lino of Gdnoral rcrelmh dise which we will sell as low as tiny man t OUR D RUG DEPARTMENT mploto nml priws uncqimllwl in EWiI Kentucky aiul we invite the patronage of all doctors and the people generally xy STABMGforany to stop with us Parties conveyed to any point in nster111enttteky Also Agents for Torrent Campton and Hazel Green telephone C6 When in need of anything in our lline dont forget the place 1 P O B cK PTO 5 7Thanking all our customers for tiled lliberal patronage we remain Respectfullyr 15 0 WAirTiIWnE fttlt muuu Ilf 3P SPXKUAWW V CCI mx A1 73 7 v VL a Jt F ZtW 1 Ir z r Z LryrL 17112 f z0rrYri1f I I1 J P f t zt9 The teachersI association for theI lust magisterial district will be held in the i arademy chair at Hazel Green on ltlurdiiy November let at lIm p in All teacbirs lire rrquc ted to be present Following lIs the 11101111 IIociNINtl uzi itsr AMrisH Prof Via II Cord bYIiTt Itiaillut Mrs Nannie lKasli JjctliotU III Inliirvst td1 111aulher How It Teach rotary iruummr MU IIMI I Ilvnl- Siled Hiiiilini Willii 11 ftISums Milliiiils in Iruetiuotlrlri- R I IR on 1uonetn hip rulIl S AI mis- Diiliiiiialinii 1 linns- Sileetioii MiI Ida I1Most MillioiN In SpelliugII r I irntunn- Iiieitiitiim Min Mnllii Intuit Ailvatilngei n lKiuly IMucntidii lK Omy Sclutnl Talk lrrnG In X KIIVCIIMUI Vondcrfulf are the cures liy I loads iixiariila not yit it is only bcruuM1 es L111 our ti tie blIl1tllllllhI it niuhts port rich healthy lifegiving tloIl Hoods Pills for the liver I IIII bowels act easily vrt roinitlv tit I Frank Kash who has hero with ills fathtT Dr I 1L lnshnn11 family tt this ilnce for the past few days has left fur Colorado If Mothers711 i rlIIt1iscornoII chihlutt1 cau he almoBt entirely j avnlded- l11llleQilfilly reliCVcaexpectatit crsIt gives tone tp the jcu italoriiuiHundi puts futon in condition to do their work perfectly That innUco preg I phortcuaklabor recover childbirth It helps ii WlIlllnnII bear strong healthy children Win i4rdU I Imp also brought ImppincM toItbousauds of lioiuca barren for AfewdoFeeeoftt111brlttgajoy for a darlhiK baby No woman j should ueglectto try it for this of of trouble ten Caroui All It CUrrlllll1eCRIilIOutI I I For advice In uses rcqulrlrr rrreltl I directions addretf ttvine tlm the li UdlW Adrlsonr DrtrrcomlII The noot Chttttnooct Tcnn Medicine Co Mrs LOUISA HACt j I of Jitrerron a nett When I fIst look wino or CardulIwe had been married lkree year could not have any children Nine ImonO later I brit A fine girl babJI I A FLOYD BYRD Carapton- KyATTORNEYATLAW fr Abitrnoti of title furnuhcd collec gUllrauteedrX Sy la sivll practice i r VprU y f ro U fc + Tho Lost and Cncapost Schdnl in Eactoni Eoclncky A i I IiB s 1 i l I 1 1 Full Courses Sustainoil in Every Doiiartraont Collorjiato Proparatory Normal Business and Biblo 4r ThorouQli V7ork is Roquirod in all Studios Pursued o A r Tim Expenses are as Low as Possible K hoard gin 00 1LInltloo1r11dtintir Itt 00 S iuliIoiitVliolar liii lliiokKcipliiK Sliortliimd 1PullllTjpuwrllliitfI 1000 Kor Turin of Twenty WvukN i I fIurCatalog and further information write tto WM H CORD Principal I HAZEL CREEK KY f+ w1 u+w wflw enwnnOVww TRAINING AND FEED STABLE I Iinvo opcnotl my TrniitiiiK nail Feed Stable anti will keep on stool pluniy of fendl ltiitl n lull Himply of vcliicloB mind trnps Initioa coming htro from n diHtunoo viio may desire IIOCHOH pnatured Tor a row days or wiikn cnn linvu Clio best piiHltiro lit roiiBontiblu rutoa h fJrEl vr EtLE MHO for tlio oonvunionco und jho1nyt I i1 lirHtolitfB Livory Sfnblo horo t- willI hicp IHtlg ioH Siuldlu IIorHOM oath Hiiohs fur hire ut nil times IVrsonn wbhiii a vehicle lomoot t at Tornnt CUll tolophono nm and liavu any deHirod vohiclo or Hiiddli promptly I will n JItaa navo u full Kiippiy ol IIUCKH for him to iriiinincrH in cnnrgo of clrdrivorn for wlii li tit y CUll contract by the lily for any length of IVrKons ititcnding to visit 8wnn o Spring will bo mot at rulIiI Io1ii ti1ur1urrtnt with team and driver anti I will liavo lo in Hhipini water for thuni whunovor doHirod J rAY Lon DAY a FOR ALL KINDS OlzwfA M9Tttj GALL AT TIIK HElALl OFFICE hisII I i + yonnj man or young worms who would win Miccem Ju life TIll bclnjr conerdcd it lle of the Area ImportuMio lo grtsyour training ut the school that elands In the very front rllnkIh t BRYANT STRATTeHOsiNESS COLLEGE Louisville Kf yyr upnuxli Plltc SflORTHANI TELEGRAPHY 4hr1 l ay+ t Iliciu horse I rnalNredastHrcupylnlabe niuilcd VMK College Uultdlnu anti vtf c Third wA iji ii t iix c t ff- y Liver IllsJLfto biliousness dyspepsia headache const lotion sour stomach IndlRcstlon nre promptly eared by hoods fills They do their work Hoodsi f lest alter dinner pills i licents All druggists Pillsrelated by C I Hood fc Co Lowell MUSS TIle only Ill to take with loots SarsajtarllU 1 +St1ttE+ IRCIfGS + Jl Galloway cauutr reported twenty weddings last week There is n frog nt Hanhtown believed to be over 100 years old r Lexington claims to have enough water in the reservoir to stand mother year of drouthOne firm of threslicrmon in Lincoln county threshed 11000 bushel of wheat this season There were 125 divorce cn es on the docket of the recont term of McCrnckcn 4circuit court While out hunting the other day Torn Clark aged 2U of Danville accidentally shot and killed himself Two colored men were put on tin block mill sold under tho vagrancy net at Lebanon last Monday- A revival among tho convicts in tht Frnukfort penitentiary lens tesiiltcd in iJiO professed conversions Walter Hahn an inmate of Hopkins ripe asylum was killed by getting his head between the slats of the fence Howe Crocket of Wiluiore had n falling out with his sweetheart the other tiny and shot himself in tho head fntIIII Negroes in Graves county gathered to pray fur rain Anela downpour came while they were appealing to tho Loicl Got Bradley has offered a reward of 100 for tho capture of Beau regard tiny terliugjailDrinking water IU hauled for nine miles into Springfield on account of the severe drouth and sold for Si cents a bucket George Ford ngcd 77 procured license nt Hodgenvillc to wed Visa ids MI Hus ton aged 18 This is his seventh matri monial venture Tho Ilichmoiir Register chronicles the marriage of two brothers W 1 King and S P King to Misses Keltic and Fannie Connor sisters Mono thieves are operating in the southern end of Madison county nntII number of farmers are complaining of raving horses and mules stolen A young colored Baptist was calUd on to pray at a religious meeting in Rob rUoii county and fell lend of heart disease at the close of hit prayer Members of the Goshen Baptist church celebrated its 100th anniversary in Clark county recently There have been only three ministers for the church since itt foundation Tho sarcophagus which Iis soon to be placed in the Lexington cemetery to hold the remains of the late Byron Mc Clelland is to bo one of thu finest in the south and will cost 10000 Mr W Q Ktnison married to her husband in 1854 and living with him until two years ago secured n divorce and o000 alimony lie iaawell known p liquor dealer in Lexington t L J Miller of the Mt Olivet church IIneighborhood in Warren county has a atone washbasin set on n atone pedestal I in his front yard that has occupied its present position since 1850 While assisting his father in cutting down n tree James Helm of Mercers county was instantly killed by n falling y limb Ho was about J2 yours of age and leaves n wife and ono child Tho 3ycnrold daughter of F V For rail of Somerset while playing with matches set her clothes ou firo and won badly burned from head to foot before assistance could reach her She will dieA largo bnrn belong to Enoch Halls near Sharpsburg wax burned last Thurs day Eighteen head of horses that were in ja field near by ran into tho barn while it wee burning nnd nil perished in the tames In clranlnr out a cistern at Carlisle r 4 w4rk tiF1 f A 1 Y u t t6 lnr 04 tho workmen found fifty pocket hlres sixty pairs of ciSIOrs nnd n lot of augers bits spoons bullet moulds gun lucks watches etc It is thought thcivcs had dumped the stuiTiuto the place The court of appeals in a decision cut a big slice out of the emoluments of county attorneys by holding that they are not entitled to 2r per cent of for feitures and that tho fees so paid since 1895 may be recovered back by the state Two brothers thing near lIarruchhllrg look so much alike that they cant be told apart One of them joined the Baptist church and when about to be immersed found that he hall no clothes suitable and gave his brother 10 cents to be baptised in his place While blasting n basin in his spring Ben Gille + pit a farmer living near Ten kinsville in Washington county was in scantly killed After igniting the fuse he ran about 50 yards anti when the blast went off a rock weighing nearly 50 pounds struck him on the head As the result ofan old grudge Fulton Heathman attacked his brother inluw A J Million with n knife near Newhy Madison county when Million shot Heathman in the leg and struck him several times with a stick Hcathmans wounds are not ncccssnrily fatal Suits for 10000 have been tiled in Lincoln circuit court by the attorneys of Hoy S Boazley against II JJ1lrtwho he alleges had him arrested for horse stealing about the loth of October and afterwards spoke of him as a more thief He wants 5000 on each charge A Bromley girl dropped a bottle in tho Ohio liver two nol thl ago contaiii ing the following note The finder will please open up a correspondence with the writer as stir is lonely The Brom Icy boys are too slowEdna IHughes Ernest Linn of Anderson Ferry found the bottle followed the instructions nod the wedding took place November 1st I file lyearold boy of J A Johnson of ILynn Center III is subject to attack of croup Mr Johnfon silts he is satis tied that the timely use of Ciamberlnins Cough Remedy during a severe a tick sated the little boys life He iis in till drug butane + a member of the firm nfI Johnson urns of that place and they j handle n great ninny patent medicines for throat and lung disease lie had all three to choose from and skilled phy nieiuns ready to respond to his call but selected this remedy for use in his own family at a time when his childs life was in danger because he know it to be superior to any other and fatuous the com try over for its cures of croup rrI Johnson says this iis the best selling cough medicine they handle and that It gives splendid satisfaction in nil cases Sold by J T Day Frankfort men have organized n com pany with n big capital to mine caniifl coal in Morgan county It filed the ar deice with the secretary of state Monday nnd iis to be called Morgan County Can nel Coal Company with capitalstock of 25000 unit Messrs It K McClure L 1 Tarlton A W Overtoil and John Mcagher all of Frankfort as incorpora torsMt Sterling Gazette now To Cnro Bilious Colic I sullercd for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by bilious ness and hud to take medicine all the while until I used Chamberlains olilIl Cholera and Diarrhrwi Remedy which cured me I have since recommended Iit to a good many people Mrs M1 Fi Butler Kairlmvon Conn Persons who are subject to bilious colic can ward oil tho attack by taking this remedy a soon as the first symptoms appear Sold b- y111ay A local newspaper beats the world as an advertising medium says an ex change A hand bill attracts attention by accident Tho newspaper carries your message to a waiting audience The fence tool barn door ad is a corpse that can bo looked upon by a few neigh bars who have to go near it The news paper ad goes into the home takes n sent in the family circlI1ncl talks right to the hearts of the many thousand peo pie who py their money for that kind of entertainment They love the fllmilI paper and read it with confidence Noth ing equals a good live local paper when it comes to reaching the people Try itII i told see for our elfII iThe worst n my was cured by Chamberlains Cough Rem t cdy writes W II Norton of Creek Cal This cold left mo SutterII cough and I was expectorating time Tho Remedy cured me and I want all of my friends when troubled with a cough or odd to use it for it will no them good Sold by J T Day i 4 i YOU MAY GET IT i II THE LOUISVILLeI I DISPATCHS II THIRD GRAND1Ir u = I GUESSING i CONTEST 1OOOOO In Cash to Bo Given Away to the Person Who Makes the Best Estimate on the Icsult of tho No vcmbor Election ETOTJ Subscriber to the flatly or Weekly Dispatch Will Hn Kntltlcd to Otto Guess fur Every Dollar Paid Upon Ills Subscription Guesses May Bo Mndn Until 0 P M November 2 1HO7 The TxinNrllle DNpatrhn First and Sec coil iijfMiiiiK l Vnirsti liavlnc nruiiaetl no much Interest amount HM reader a thin oiw l14 Him nnnuiiiiiTJ vvblcli will surely b the UKATisT su iss OK ALL Tli Dispatch will an soon as the official count of thu November 1S37 eKttlon Iu Kentucky is cnnounciil I Rive to the stub MTlbtir who innkfh the cliiiritt piles to tho otunlI plurality of the sueresshd eandMatn for OINk of the Court of Appinlt of Ken tucky nt lute Ilivtloii NoviuibiT 2 lSnII One Thousand Dollars In Cnsh Farr subscriber to for Daily or Weekly nl patch tnn make our KIUMI fur ovrry dol Jar he pays upon hU milMrrlptlon from Ihett date until NuvembiT 1 1SU7 nt G p ui after whist time no Inure CIIL MJ will br rr tIIClt+ sn may tll nniln npon roupoim cut from Hit IIpateh tend tnalbd to Hu IIs pttcht IliblUlilnc Vunpiiny with oar dollar nrnrrt for mrh coupon uIrt- All tbue oiitnlilc of tollh1I111 wM RUCSI bust br mall subscribers The paper will In dillvofrcl free 1o loul vllle Nrtr Albany slut JelTorxonvllle snbserIberst Sind Uno Dollar for tho YHdj1 or Sly Dollars for the Dnlly nxrcpt Smtilnl or Jtlullarl her UU Irt uue guts rur earls dollar tent i n If you nn already a mbvrlbor your UlnA 111 be txII1 fur as long It hat ua yuur money pays the Kiibrlptlon Agent will bo nllownt the regular com tnlvsloa on nil the gnrssrr that they sand In but the papers thix orderml whether Dally or Weekly ur hiuuliy must bo wilt t y mall end out put In with tho IIgtnIIJOIt 1IPII I A ynttxt 11 art rocclvrd they ed over to the treasurer of the company Mr W J llalrd to h IllpII1 ami held until the elM e of the rontiKt at 6 oelock on tbi nlpht of Novomlior 2 They will bo denied up IIn t of ofrovemherthreo Judges on tbo morning 3 and turned over to them to l o dopoilted InI the vault of the Union National Itank until the ottlelnl count U deolnreil liy the Sicre openedtopared nnd the name of the mirci i4riil guesser will bo announced In the Dally and Weekly ninpatoh its early nIl possible and ehock paid to the iiroessfnl CIrIf two or more poroni should tie upon tho suecefstul fiicnn the money will bo qimlly divided footworn them II Semi for Sample copies contilnlnz Con ponn Address all leltrr4 containing curseianti remittances to Wm J llnlrd Tndsurt i DISPATCH PUBLISHING CO it 443 W Main St loulsvlllo ItIiOitTHK IHOOIJ TYnVnast Mdrrn Indigestion ana ftllousnne take- Itt1OWNS I ihS DITTIES It rare quickly Vor site by all dealers la wu ticjnoi OVt tho ernuluc l ABElIlr Btvlue lufumiaUun ot all U a Qovt Land also Cltlnc 1rwTlrtlon of cvrrr Stain and TitrltoTy In lapersand1Iagattnrtllatks and uixful articles at low prlow ample Copj dtyarrn The Way to Win Success In anything iiin to keep everlastingly at it This is true whether you want to- Beaoh the People Who Buy Goods Through an advertisement to earn u living iu some other way People need to lire each other a great many tunes before forming friendships aml it iis much the same with advertisers Mini their renders It is Not by Fitful Advertising tipThispapers perhaps hut seeing your ail In the Hazel Green Herald youMoreThis paper tins renders too who read no other They may tint now trade with you but lire almost sure to do no if von are a constant advertiser in Tat V 1IKKAII Any business man who hat laid the foundation of bus lieu success by advertising in this Or Any Other Newspaper Knows that he did it not by occasi orally InKertiiii tin ad and then wait hug to see what hnppened But By Keeping Everlastingly At It Do not sap that people dont rend ad vertisement iron have rend this one u 1 WATCHES GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 + AS1 U1MVAKDS a I IAnd Watch it TO Repairing I FRED J I K Iti- nJISISI Kt RIPANSPacked Without lass JEd FUR FI1li CFaTS 111111trolU m Inkllr rut up tar the bur M of Nwtlntf tile poreft1IuEoT111isTnko Ixxt timoor whoncvrr you tl poorlr Swallow Itw hula with or without a mouthful rf water tetlntIndul IWwt Spring M llcln 5o inattor what tea inotlcr ntlt do you poo l One sm rrlUf nnirv lll n full It tir vti iunm follow nlTtM nrivcint ckiwrrii urn not yrt 11 haul of till drolrrw nlllmutrh It In protMlil tbitt nlniv t plywhrnrnlwrtalhrlurton riHibumnt tt n tAiUlco v ill Iw ntI n4 nteinthtnIYrorwantr 1U hprure St Ncvr York tntll llioiT rlntwther I IrtIIItII1Irt10 t twin n rlr maivlu of pnflt vlt I dorm oar tofu fur 0 thVlII lr iitf It Irvin 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