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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, November 11, 1897. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1897 haz1897111101 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, November 11, 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. r THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 1S85 Made Famous in tho Story aT Jonathan and Ills Continent by Max ORoll 2 4 COOPER Ownor nnd EditoraSPENCER Of n Nnijr World With New From AH NMIon lmuVrluK nt II In Itnck e tlOO A YEAR Always In Advance THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN d WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY TIIUnSDA NOVEMBER 11 1897 NUMBER 88= H U OKtaPOnDEQ E 1H tJ rWOLFE COUNTY x Lee City Lilacs Bud Patrick is quite sick with fever Prof Drue IF Laeoy was in toss Saturday jjirf Hala Lindoii has been verysic lot is some better A H Moore and family left this t a Bnine for their future home in the vii r cinity of Ezel Rev Dunegan filled the pulpit at thi- 3platc s Sunday night and Hcv Hunter r Monday night r jnUsMaud TnulhllI and Mollic Oney of Daysboro visited friends in town from Friday till Monday Miss Virgo James and her cousin Ella Junes were pleasant visitori in our lit I tie city Saturday and Sunday Mifs Carrie Ramey of Fronchburg hat boon visitingi friends nt this place and Oillmore for the last ten days Uncle Pros Trimble of Hazel Green visited his granddaughter Mis Malta James at this place Saturday nut Sun ItItdayJ He is 7S years old and has a good recollection He told of his visit toi Torrent and described the natural seen ernatural bridge mammoth rock louse etc and says the bridge is broad enough for three wagons to drive side by aide He walked five miles down the railroad from Torrent but preferred wiling for the train in order to ride back Nov P TrnuxT- ollver Toplc3 Isaac MannSn has been visiting in Morgan county Joo Lewis made a flying trip to White Oak last week Dr Silas Kash of Hazel Green was in Toliver Monday tie It Swango of Swango Spring was in T iver this week Miss Frances Sweenev took in the lights at May town Sunday Jim Klkin miuJe a business trip to Jackson on Friday and came back Saturday Elmer Swctnam of Ruth county is visiting in these parts but will start for California soon Young Sampson of Maytown was in this neck o1 the woods the other day on a trading expedition Hamilton wasinday of his future career Corn husking wood andcoal hauling ae the order of the day preparing to meet the winter safely Tp see two young ladies kissing is an emblem nredOingto them S E Vaughan of Campton has been in picturesIVhilo theSandleldKoxie tho little son of tho late David a Itose who lion staying at Boon McNabbs for hishomelHarry Swango Lee Urown tho famous squirrel hunt er b and9quailsgunhavingwa i seldomnris9eaXov9 SIIIVEK Daysboro Doings Frank Samnplo was in town Monday J B y Spencer was in Daysboro Monday Taylor GreentodayJ 11 Taulbcc wcnt to hazel Green Sunday Jobe dwelllagt StillarI Roland Darsro1 Pr f t r iRe Column preached at the colored l church Sunday I Harry Fallen went onbusinessDr John A Taulbce and Alonzo Clark were in Daysboro Monday Mrs sicktsome time is improving Lacykwent to Campion one day last week John W Taulbee and Coon Alexander were at Campion a few days last week employedbythe coming year John II Brooks will preach at the Frank Johnson school house on Lacy trios next Sunday- S C Alexander went to Hazel Green Sunday to attend quarterly meeting at the Methodist church Some of the 1boys tella good one on Sylvester Norman A few days the election some one asked hint afterI was elected constable and he had uot once thought of the office as he was so much interested in the other races that he had not thought of his own Vts iis one tint iis in for the whole ticket 09 CIIItIISwango Springs Sayingn Lark Lowe and fancily spent Sunday on GrassyRev 15 Hawaii visited Uncle Harry Swango part of lat week Harry Cecil spent Saturday and Sun day in this neighborhood J F Cecil of Grassy gave this place a business call last week Miss Ava Swango is visiting Misses Kttie and Carrie Swango this week Curtis and Lillie Hose and Steve and Bertha Sample of Lucy Creok took dinner Sunday with Rush and Nellie Swango Misses Lou Maxey and Florence Me Guire who roc attending the Hazel Green academy gave the Springs a pleasant call Saturday Nov 9 UNO r MORGAN COUNTY Jambs Jangles Election is over and nobody sick to hurt Alvin Oldfield made a triple Hreathitt county last week Frank Mutton of Lane is the guest of relatives in The Jambs Tool Havens and wife visited near Lee City Saturday and Sunday Goose trade is in a whoop Roc Nick ell Co have 1300 en hand Horn to the wife of Rev Jen Brewer a bouncing buy W L Gevedon attend bug physician Frank Oldfield and brother have gone to Jackson with a bunch of hogs which they had contracted for at a fair price Elms DeBusk of Long Branch Mor gal county passed quietly to his reward Tuesday He was one of the oldest and most respected citizens of the county With hit many relatives he has a host of friends who sorrow not as one who has no hope He was a brother of Joshua Dellusk of Morgan cold Frank DeBusk of Fleming Nov 9 EIKSWATAW Maylown Missiles g B May left this morning for his home near Ml Sterling Mrs J D Henry of Kzcl is in town attending at the bedside of her aunt Mrs R A Sample Born to tho wife of A J Phipps 1- 1bey Dr Silas B Kash of your town attending physician J M Pieratt and G B Srrnngo are staking oft tho line for the telephone from Kzel to Maytown and Hazel Green Mrs Florence Howard and two little sons Karl nnd John Willof Virginia are visiting Mrs Howards parents Mr and Mrs W P Sample If we arc a little disappointed in the election returns every indication is fu the return of prosperity Our merchants Y Messrs Henry Childers have bought I tho well augur of Messrs Kinzcr C Co and will go into the well drilling buii nes Mrs W P Sample who has been very sick for the past two weeks we are glad to sty is much better under the good treatment of Dr Win Swango nnd the kind nursing of Mcsdamcs John Curtin and Dr R E May Nov 9 WIXOIKSS Consolation Chat Jonas VanMint of Campion pascd through Tuesday Miss Nettio Wheeler was on our side last Friday evening Dr W L Gcvodon will preach at Consolation school house next Sunday I Will Blankenship who was reported as being quite ill iis being able to sit up Revs Rngan and Word passed through here Monday en route to Goodwins chapelFrank Phillips and wife visited their parents Mr and Mrs Tames Bynl last Sunday Time school at this plan iis having a tine attendance through this dreary weal her- Quite a number from this plane at tended quarterly iigat Hazel Green lust Sunday Little Hrcck Willie and Frank Wai lace visited their grandparents Mr and MrsI Wallace on Saturday and Sunday I Quite a number of limo young folks from this neighborhood attended the I Wednesday night singing at tho Casket school house Nov 9 NYM Thanksgiving Proclamation President McKinley lots issued his first Thanksgiving proclamation as fol lows IIln remembrance of Gods goodness to us during the past year which has been so abundant let us oilier unto Him our thanksgiving and pay our vows unto the Most High Under His watchful prov idence industry has prospered the con ditions of labor have been improved tho rewards of the husbandman have been I increased and the comforts of his home multiplied ibis mighty hand hits preserved peace and protected the nation Respect for law and order has been strengthened love of free institutions cherished and nil sections of our beloved country brought into closer bonds of fraternal regard and generous cooperation For these great benefits it is our duty to praise the Lord in n spirit of humility and gratitude and oiler up to Him our mot earnest supplications That we I may acknowledge our obligations as a people to him who has so graciously granted us time blessings of free govern ment and material prosperity I William McKinley president of time United States do hereby designate end set apart Thursday the 2f lh duty of November for nay I tional thanksgiving and prayer which all the people are invited to observe with appropriate religious services in their respective plnces of worship On this day of rejoicing and domestic reunion let our prayers ascend to the giver of every good and perfect gift for tho cork tinuance of Ills love and favor to UK that our hearts may be filled with elmer ity and goodwill and that we may bo ever worthy of beneficent concern IIln witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of time United States to be affixed Done at tho city of Washington this 20th day of October in the year of our Lord 1807 and of tho United States one hundred and twentysecond SIAI WIUUM McKisiKY Tho worst cold I ever had in ray life was cured by Chamberlains Cough Hem edyl writes W H Norton of Sutter Creek Cal This cold left mo with a cough and I was expectorating all tho time The Remedy cured me and I want all of my friends when troubled with a cough or cold to use it for it will no them good Sold by J T Day If you would live happy the balance of your days subscribe for TMK UEIIAID now 1 pays for It until Jan 1 1J99 t c 1 Tho Now Legislature First districtFulton and Hickman A C Hrown Dem Second district Ballard nUll Carlisle John M Moore Ietr Third districtGravesEugene Wcath erford Dem Fourth dislrict McCraeken J D Mocquot Dem Fifth district Galloway John Me Elruth Mclson Dem Sixth districtLyon anti Marshall W C Holland heat onthtlistriltCrittOllllen anti Liv inpston R C Walker Hem Eighth trictlriggT 11 I aey DemNinth district Caldwell Bennett Henderson Dem Tenth tricthriHi1lDr A Ser grant Rep- Eleventh districtITHopkinsflierV- Clark Dem- Twelfth district Webster Perkins Do in Thirteenth district Henderson Dr Albert S Deuton DomPop Fourteenth districtUnionhl F Saunders Dem- Fifteenth district 1IiesH E Watkin Dem- Sixteenth districtCity of Owcnsborn J A Small DIMM Seventeenth district McLean O W Hickman Dem Eighteenth districtt Muhlenbtirg Rev1 P Jellrics Rep Twentieth districtLogan1V W Gill1lm Twentyfirst districtSimpsonJ S Rubey Dem- Twenty second districtAllcul1LR- end Rep- Twentythird distrietCityof Bow ling Green Ben W Bradburn Dem lwemtp fourth district Warren Wm Cooke Dem- Twentyfifth trictnut1er and Ed monson Reuben Morris Rop Iwunt sixth districtOhioitsJ- amngin C Rep- Twentyseventh districtGrayson- L II Owen Dem Twentyeighth districtllrcckinridge- John P Haswcll Rep Twentyninth districtIlancockJ- Ii Drown Dem- Thirtieth district caduJTThompson Iem- u1hirtyfirst districtlhtrdinC A Nelson Dem- Thirtvsecond trict1nrueW 1 Meers Dem- Thirtythird districtIiartIt K Richardson Dem- Ibirtyfourth district Barren John Depp Dem- Thirtyfifth district Mctcalfo and HopIDem and Thirtyjteventh district Adair and ulberlnud11iliinm Cole Rep Thirtyeighth district Green and- Taylor11I C Pile Dem Thirtyninth illtrictXoisonr C W Beckham Dem Fortieth district Marion =L C Raw lings Dem- Fortyfirst district Bullitt and Spen cer James M Lee Dem Fortysecond district Washington Hamilton Shchan Dem Fortythird district Oiisey mill Rtu IIellW L Sharp Rep Fortyfourth district County of Jef flrlollW IL Ragland Dem Fortyfifth districtFirst ward Louisville John A Hell Rep Fortysixth districtSecond nmLThird wards Ixnmville Joseph IF Laufer DemFortyseventh district Fourth nnd Fifth wards LouisvilleAndy B Lud wig Dem Fortyeighth district Sixth and Seventh wards Louisville Georgo Welsain ger Smith Dem- Fortyninth district Eighth and Ninth wards LouisvilleII C Pulliani Dem Fiftieth districtTenth ward Louh villaDr S Atwood Smith Deem Fiftyfirst district Eleventh and Twelfth wards Louisville Albert II Charlton Dom- Fiftysecond district Oldham an- dTrimbleJ R Mount Dem Fiftythird district Carroll and Gal Latin 0 P Searcy Oem r e J w r- r J I fJft7ir tl Fiftyfourth district Henry Will iam Chilton Dem FiftyfifthItistricLShclbyM OSullivan Deii- iFiftysixth tdistrictFr tmklin South Trimble Dem 4 EIIFiftyeighth district Scott Camp bell Cantrill Dem- Fiftyninth district Woodford Ger room B Stout Dem Sixtieth district Owen ml11ett Orr Dem Sixtyfirst dislrict Fayotte J D Hum pit revs Dem- Sixtysecond districtCity of Lcxing r ton11 011obbs Dem Sixtythird districtJessaminoC A Wilson Dem- Sixtyfourth district Mercer J M Chinn Dem- Sixtyfifth districtBoyle J H ill nor Rep Sixtysixth districtLincoln M F North Dom SixtstJenthtlistrictGnrrnrtlN ah Mouse Rep- Sixtyeiphlh districtPulask11V T Freeman Rep- Sixtyuinth district ICnox and Whit lorI A Ingram Rep Seventieth district Liurel and Rock eustlc C II llaverly Rep Soyeutyfirst districtClay Jackson and Onslcy David Woods Rop Seventysecond district Madison W W Combs Iam- Seventythird tlitrictEstillami Powell John D Hall UlJIrSeventyfourth district Clark Jack D Wills 1em- Seventyfifth district Bourbon JT Union Uom- SevoutyhIxth district Harrison Claude Divsha Dem- Seventyseventh districtGrant Rev Elijah Polly lcm Seventyeighth district Boone Rcu ben Conner Dem- Sovcntyniiith dislrictlcndleton- John JMarquulto1 Dem Eightieth dislrict County of ICcnton NF Shepherd Dem Eiplityfirst district First Second Third Sixth Ninths and Tenth wards Covington Wm Tracy Dem Eight llCOlHI dislrict Fourth Fifth Seventh nnd Eighth wards Covinjjtou Mabele Dem- Eightythird Dislrict County of- CnmpbellGenrgo Trenos Dem Eightyfourth districtCity of Now port George II Bishop Dam EightlHthtlistrictBrnckcnT H Armstrong lont- Eightysixth district Nicholas ante t Robertson Win A Morris Dem Eightyseventh district nlonIT JE Cahlll Dem EightyeighthtlilltrictIcmlngDr John Hood Re- pEightyninth districl Lewis D D Lykins itep- Ninetieth district1 Mcncfco and Montgomery J II Williams Dem Ninetyfirst district Morgan and WolfoA B Piuratt Dom Ninetysecond district Broathltt Leo and MngolHn Ninolylhlrd districtBell Harlan Leslie and Perry James M Hall Rep Ninetyfourth tli4trlctlInLhnml RowansWaller Sharp Dom Ninetyfifth district Piko Rev Anutleuon Hatfield Rep f Ninetysixth district Johnson and MartinC B Wheeler Rep Nhlet centhtlhILrlcLFJoyd Knott and Ixjtcher Adam Gcarheart Dem Ninetyeighth district Boyd and Lawrence Rev Georgo Justice Dom Ninetyninth 11IstrictOrcenupR 0 Myers Rep Ono hundroth districtElliott and Carter Bruco Adkinn DomtHow To Care Billons CollotI suffered for weeks with colic and k t pains in my stomach caused by bilious f ness anti had to take medicine all tile while until I used Chamberlain QQIIf1J Cholera and Diarrhrea Remedy whkk Jtfcured me I havo since recotiiMwtdcd1 Li t- It to a good many peopleMri1i1 j Duller Fairhavcn Conn Persons oif MO subject to bilious colic can ward of i tho attack by taking this reedy M poN in laa the first symptoms appear 8tl IW JTDay iI T J aai oJ r 1- q t cc1 IiI 1- y Yr if lJ I Y THE HERALD tPBROCR COOPER Editort HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Nov 1111 1897n l = OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o NUGGETS o oooxooo0ooooooooo0ooo A VKKAK election bet in Ohio led to u duel and one of the participants may die lint Y frosts in the yellow freer this Inlets have checked the ravages of tin dread oliseao nod the situation is now more hopeful Tm Spanisht minitry has taken Gen Vcyler to task and unless he gives sat isfactory reasons fur his actions in Cuba lie will be court martialcd- A tile reports from Ohio show that Gov llushncll is reelected by a plurality ol over 20000 and that the legislature iis HO close that llannn mny be defeated for i senator Tin president of time sugar trust II O llavumyer jis seriously ill with upper dicitis nt his home in New Yrk and tin price of sugar tuck dcclnod several points in consequence Tuuhtcamiir Victoria haM been provS hioned for an right months cruisn and is under instructions from IKing Oscar ol Sweden to search fur Prof Andre and his balloon in the Arctic regions t Till Washington express a fast train i on the C it 0 was wrecked near Charlottesville V Ya Four pirsons were killed outright and seventeen injured t The accident is thought to have been caused by the rails spreading KOT to be outdone in the tvsyof a ro inantiu IIInrriatI Arthur C StaudriKi- yjf New York was weddel to Miss Chnr lotto Wibert II Huston belle Rev Ceo Jteador of Oliio pee forming tho core many inn den of ferocious lions at the Ulltitllll iO TAMMANY came out victorious in the r fight for tho mnyoralty of New York Judge Kobert A Van Wyek being elected by ti plurality of nearly HK000 The JellerKon gold hug Democrats polled only SI1i8 votes ihowing eonclusively that free silver 11111 very lively corpse A 81KciAl from London Knghind to tho Knquiicr billtIll tlnttiil IL Kurd wanted in Cincinnati for forgery ban been extradited Furl hud just served a term in jail for a similar ofleuao anti iis willing to come back taking he would rather be hanged in America thnn Ilive in Kngland Tint will of the late George Ml Pull 1 man gives his two sons an income of nooo each per year for life and they cue raining a terrible howl Tho father left their portion of the estate in trust beam HO hui couriered them totally unlit to haudlu large sums of money or a vast amount of real estate AIUZOXA is determined to have tRI roads within her buiiudillwlnan in ducement will exempt nil roads upon which const uction is commenced this year from taxation for lf year There arc only about IIhOO miles of railroads in the territory nt present fill ill linos hero given notice to the authorities that they will take advantage of the oiler t TUB west bound passenger train on tho Cotton Belt road in Texas hind a fateful run last Friday At one place it ran over and killed one moo j about a thirty miles further west Itrllll into 4 three little children killing two and a for miles further on one of the passen gers committed suicide by shouting him naif Iiti tho head r AN IMTOUT will IKS made by the next congreiH to PIM a national quarantine law This measure has been alwayj Y strenuously opposed by tho southern members Lot it is rumored that now many of them are in favor orn national quarantine system as by this means it is thought that tho ravages of yellow f + fever and other infectious diseases can be prevented to a great extent WHCTIIKR it was dune intentionally or note but Guy Hradley deferred iissuing bin Thanksgiving proclamation until after the Democratic victory In the state It reads Tim 21th day of November is Jiereby set ajwt anjl designated ns a day I of thanksgiving and prayer throughout the commonwealth and the people are requested to abstain from labor and in every way observe tho tiny as one on which grateful thanks should bo rendered unto tho Most High OUT 02 POLITICS The CourierJournal Annonncos It Vim Go and Will Tako No Partisan Course In Future Contests In a double leaded editorial in last Thursdays Ilutie time Courier Journal I makes tho sensational I statement that it i is out of politics in the following i i addito already by anticipa tion touchinz the Democratic situation in Kentucky brought into being by the vote of Tuesday lat Tho vote confirm the position of the convention that iiom iiiiicd Mr Shnekelford for clerk of the court of appeals anti repudiates the posi tion of the convention which nominated Mr Hindman It uses the relation of the Democratic organization in Kentucky to the national organization of time Dem ocratic party at least through time next state mind national elections IIt is NO derisive in character ns to leare nothing to conjecture and the Coo icr Journal has neither tho wish nor the purpose to challenge it The issue1 us it was made and bus been fought out was clear and explicit No tllbrt was wanting to maintain it Nobody multi byumy po s ibilitjr be mis taken about it We tummy regret tIll ver diet against in but we accept it t1r shill mule ho further effort to tliret time party course or counsels or to share in any of the responsibilities of party lead ership hinting done our b M according tll our conscience and belief to divert our political associates from a policy and proceed ure the end of which no man cull now foresee the results of which w every much fear both as to the welfare of the country and the party Hut we are Democrat + not Republicans and nailing our Ing to time umasthesdof lion est Money Free Trade and iHome Hiilo we shall in tho character ofa private soldier in the ranks contribute whatever wo are able to the ascertainment lId the vindication of truth 1For the sentlcinen who have by their victory confirmed their KadirMiip we entertain not the least illwill All the honor holonping to that Itmdorship be theirs i and let us add all the respond bilitie If they centime to win victo ries thev will approve their eoniHiisSons If they 10 them they in turn Hill have to pay the penalties of defeat Where we can we shall support them Where we can not we shrill enter no factious opposition to them Yfe go to jMditieal annihilation with perfect comjM ure without a single resentment or regret liiving taught out to time bitter 1111III profound conviction in perfect fairness and good faiths There are many suggestions which the vote of Tuesday Minimon to the minds of thoughtful people i notably the results in Maryland CSreater New York and the cityof Louisville incident to time elimination stiifo and tho union of party furls i and as Itime smoke of battle clears wise mien rummy perhaps find it salutary to take these into considera lion Hut for time present we shall leave the moral of time olltlicl now nded to impiws it olf in its own way upon the niflMcs of the people As we said in the beginning and have said during the progress of time bnttle we rcwat now From none of the consequences of the lfijfhl wo have mimetic for t hat we have believed just policies and sound idea have wo the least disposition to shirk ullllll wo tho whole timing to co over I we should not veer a hairs limn from the course we have pursuedautdi reviewing I ttthe record wo recollect no word or net I which wo would recall What tho rest I can stand we can stand With charity I for 1111with malice towardnone WIII oMI4l1uullrcIlIh as had happened relieved to be rid of all responsibility in party alldrs glad to go to the rear of time columns i quite assur ed of our ability at all limes and under all circumstances to hold our own with friend 01 toe anti certainly indifferent whether tho case in point be a tight or n foot race I Senator liantm accounts for the He publican breakdown in Ohio IplJin that good tinted hero made the people ci role tI It is strange that good times should put ginger into the Democracy while operating as an opiate on the other fellows Philadelphia Record To Curo a Cold in Ono Day Ta co Iaxativo Uromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if ft fails to JIlI ITTT ttri Cherries ItAre Ripeym I 1111with UK and there nothing to bo done but the plucking for we oiler bargains more temptingj jthllllthe finestt cherries you over saw We have to otter two bites at these cherries as tine will ill I boughtfurS UiThe First BiteII I HI IinI I I button cutaways in blue and blocks swell tailoring in every garment and lined with MIIIU 1 i farmers satin We have never sold these goods for less than I Slfi and 1S anti not olleIyq1 f f fofi thrum cost us less than f 12 wholesale but you can pluck one for JIH b A AlovPluck II- j Other Bitesj1m 7bcII bbmtoA in 2W nuns Pants at II0o n pair elsewhere theyll cost von mens bine Cottonado pants lit lMe Thev will cost you 78e at any dtlier store oQ 200 imns Linen pants at 70c a pair and youll hove to pay f IIfO fur then fur them nnvI 1I l lwhereele in the world We hove them in some beautiful patterns and theyll w ushits well 1111II a shirt and wear like iron IIIII i J t I C w lit OlJlJdts ki StJJaTiJltS9M 6bdb THE P ClJEER CLOTHIERS U- irrr I JLE JtN rD EYflflll Ill A 1 IvMiturky palr which imam for a DlIIIUI j salvation business time other day The editorial which annonncch tho abandon incut of time enterprise is a curiosity illIII circumlocution and a tine bpeeimen trying to come down while maintain ing time xpiHarince of still roosting high Properly translated it would read shout this way Wo have done our best but we fear that notwithstanding our spire difl efforts everything Iis going to time devil i but we feel it a duty to get hack in the llend wagon and go to the devil1 with the oldl party and all its sins pro vided we are given dilettante considera tion nod are allowed to return to a seat tat the first table Of course wo think this much ought to be accorded to us for old time sake but the fact iis we have IcrnpIout I I Jr HOW TO FIND OUL I Fillat bottle or common glass with hoursla eased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it Iis positive evidence 1llllrliII proof bladder are out of order WHAT TO no There is comfort in the knowledge hO- i often expressed that Dr Kilmers wainp Root the great kidney remedy fulfilll every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of iho urinarymiL agas It corrects inn bility to hold urine and scalding patio in juicing it or bad ellects following use of I liquor wine or beer and overcomes that I unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during tho night xtmorItlilluri realized It stands the Imighct fur its Wdiideiful euros of the most distressing j cases Ifuu needat medicine Colt should hfvo the best S bl by druggists price fifty cents mod one dollar For a simple bottle and pamphlet both sent free by omit mention Tin HAKI j Gum HiitAiii and rend your full put olliee address to Dr Kilmer ic Co i Ilinpllampton N Y The proprietors i of this paper guarantee the genuineness I of this oiler SIOO In Gold Given Away The Youths AdvocateNashvilleTcnn a 18 page illustrated journul a paper that iis read with interest and profit bipeople of nilngeyoilrs100 in gold to the person who will forum the greatest number of words from the name Draugh on It also olDrs free a bicycle gold watch or meItrbmr hip in Draughons prac tical business college XashvilleI I Term Galveston or Texarkana Texas or in some other school Hvcry person who enters the contest will get a premium of some kind Sendat once for free sane j pie copy of time paper which will explain nil Contest closes April 21 ISJS I I E Moleskin Wf n J Off5l 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QIJ 4tJ1 VALL1S lliWIEELEH HAKLI CUIIN KY DlacksiHiihs and Wagonmakers ni I mad L i and lU OIl I i mend RItIIII1IfC pre In a trial V 1 G W W1IKELRR r I l 00M m Malirial Having leased theI lint known Irunk Tyler thill ilIIIIIlhh1i1l1ntitlmiug makiii toriln Isrcd tlae11tI0Respectfully WAMIS r ewes rrrr rr FOR1ALEI Fur lnnurnl ami v ntocn I I jaClli IIf utltu 1Kiiitucty river huksmis Kerry riivik run tlv Kv Good Inure Hittltull uiM hint 100 acres of river I ttoin I 1 1 MAT MnnUF HiI M KY on J 4 fJ r41t tah Phjsician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY chi+ or1rt IIIHInlIItrir1 rprcial- tjMLtiJ x IIr9 ATTOIINEYATLAW CAMPTON KY c r tollretieus s per ftlty J SKIT W WITH W M KERR COt IOIII1KKS IN Hardwara Agricultural Im lemCQlr- li HOSfS 0 A HOWARD STAMPEKATTOUNKYAT Jr OAMPTON J Y Will practice in the courts of Myrtle tt4IIf lulloluiug COUll tIt All burinMktntr to 00 eare will receive proupt ateo- tWHE ONLY i 1JUIrurift4t lIPSOtinyI I get hoods lull ONLY HOODS I T y iB IiiIERiLu = 3CCGOOOOOOCQOI jtt4LO 2Qcoo Ati4tdIscIflG- a0 pQOO alias Ella Irinlhle left yesterday m iin nwfnrherl I niein Mt tftPrHiiR Visa Bertha Sample and brother SteJ creak attended church here yle of loIICY Sunday Thrnhor Cowl hliirifF elect of Wolfe county was the guest of 11 F 1ieratt over Sunday Miss LHlie ll0tu and l rllll ri Curtis of Gillroore attended quarterly meeting here Suiuliiy While tlu MIII was whining brightly 1 Ms morning U31 Green way visited bya hail aturm M Rev J K Word and family are now luMlllag1andI i Frank lash Who started for Mveral weeks ago and was taken sicken route rtttmud home1 last night- There will lhu ervietw at the freely terinn church next Sunday nijjht by KJV J II ttVlin the newly appointed pastor j 0 Wo want some of yir Hubhciihcw tnI bring in that corn and thn o potatoes they promised us Bart summer on sub icription Elder J1IieutttrutWife returned Monday fr m St F In5nul report much improvement in the health of their daughter Mr Tnomas Elder 111Idunta will K Saturday morning to ialyersville to fill hifs regular monthly appointmunt at the Chris lian church at that plan Hiiirv I Adams puroliasid the farm on which he nuns resides from IM F Cecil paying 500 therefor The tract contains between 15 and 10 acres I1clhlfi will b found an nIl of one of the bisi farms in Morgan county for kale head it and then write J1 n Trimble at Ml Sterling for further particulars Rev 14 1H Kngaii aeuompnniod by- Rev1 i11 Word went to lloodwins chapIi Monday evening where he vita conduct tjuirterly meeting the last of the week The beak and hear days of Nuvem her are n i v upon us and it behooves all who Will to pay their stlhMuri I IOU to Tic II m A io in produce to bring it in ton before the romls got bad The ttcphjiic from IIaul1 liieen to Mt Surlitijj via Maytown and ICzel is a sure gD tli lino haying been wtaked oil and the wrkof butting the jKiles and Mrctciiiii tlu a ire vill hegiii ll an early date Mrs 1 KItIi ISash is hlavng to nteror itr her home done in oak graining and hut oil finish by that arlNt of art ts Sun PiriM Ill anti when c mpetcd Mrs1 KashWill hive the 1prcUiett parlor in Hud CJree- nWilji II l1ieratti niadu a tlvims trip to Clny Citrolie left here timidity at 8- a i m took the morning trills from Tor rent returning to Torrent on the evening train Monday and arrived homu by 10 oclockI the suino night 0untyIcaueratto publish a paper in the mountains oil printfattedt 1 expedient of printing a half sheet on manla paper Courtney Melinirct left here Monday moridrii to invoice mid brand lugs for riverbetyeel1 hasbeensome position + at their Clay City plant but we failed to learn what it it Winter will scion be with us and then IrndsIIIIIIIClllllfttrtLleremedy you cnn coyer your walltvitb old newepaptra of which We leaveI tle11I1 hundred and will sill tll- tltle I first who comes at 20 cents per linn dretlTbo C I1aztliretintIrurebfiI Web held last Saturday and Sun day I ICby lit +t prlltlllll elder Hev W IlllendellI I Ie preaching was pronoun eeJof preacherforarrivedrit11family and household goods OM 5lttlrtanti llrrluectindfineaudieuteniglltI Tit it V l The teachers nssocintion for the first magisterial district will be lick in the academy chapel at Hazel Green on Sat unlay November 13 at 130 p m All i teachers presentl1tOUJUIIOITNINU KXUIICISKH ConlSlectKahMithoiU lddres l WTauIbeeHowmury Ilyr1SelectI Leudhg11111fo11nltcrsSumo AmyxKssayIKiliiiniiltiin A c toots1 lhltnll 1IIirs Ida ltusu- heat I Methods hi SpellingIL C Graham ltecitatiuu ylieM Mullii Juiiifn Adviintiijje ol i itrly tlevSchooln1 i The must pleasant time ofilie year on I the farm for the good housewife is the hog time 111II sayYonI have some crullers and pits mineei and i otherwise 1 li iis also then that the farmer was most bothered as to know just how to euro his hams Here is a i premium recipe To four gallon of wa ter add eijht pounds of course wilt one quarter ounce potash two ounces of saltpetre two pounds brown sugar llui togithcr skin when cull put on thej abfUMjnnutity to liij pounds it1IIIat hates to remain in eight weeks beef I three weeks Let the hams drain a few days before Miioklni Meat of all kinds IIIMJ be prvMrvcd for yours by a light application of pyroligncous acid applied PIth a brush tiling up in cuts as usiiul j It imparts a splendid tlavor to the incut is very cheap and an cilccUm preventive against losE5 j W p Norris wan in Hnel Green yes terday and inform us that he hits severed his connection with the Campion Ian While editor of the lUuner Mr11Ir j gave evidence of his ability as 11ii good newspaper writer anti kept the col umn of that paper clean of nil vitu1 era j ii thin in one of the most heatedI local cam Animus in the history of Wolfe county though hth parties need the ctluiui freely in showing whylhpy should be the chosen ones Mr N nii4 has not yet decided on his future career but Tin Hiitii wihfsi him abundant sue cess in nil his undertakinc Tho following is the order of appoint I ments of the M1 E church during the corning year Hazel Jreen first Sunday morning and night KlkinsCimpd stwmd Sunday taunting mid night lacyI creek j third Sniulity morning tutu night and at Pine Jroye fourth Sunday morning j and night Prayer meetings on ThllroIl day night Sunday school at HOoclocfe The public cordially invited ta bo pn sent j at all services I i Prosperity her at Itut struck IIiwl Green John II Picratt is crutimz 11 sons building MI linuidwuy near Miin street iiral will remove hi + harness and saddle fhop to it as soon a+ completed The plaice he now occupies will be 1110cIIIII as a warehouse fur the pocket ItortIi Dr JohfiyA Tunlbee hail the mifor I tune to hnH three ribs broken last Tncv i day mortiiigI Ue heal gone into tIlt i liable after bis Imrtc nnd Iron 111111I CHUe the aninid preyed against him with the result nbnvj stated Oitrthnnk tank hIIonecnenin been opened to receive a donation of the lillti rMlltrlloi it 11as llean our good fortune to partake of for some time told for which delicacy the editor and hllttrZIi return thanks to Mrs Harry cl11ii The linger you neglect a cold the harder iti isi to got rid of it Tho very llrst symptom should be inn withIt dcc I of I Jr IIWls Pino Tar Honey Thin fns I awns ftmlcJwill cure it whether of short or lung standimj Owing to the conditiou of my health I will about November 15 start to Hot Springs Ark nnd I sincerely llopo that I every man indebted to me will call and pay his ncconnt as I am compelled to huts money before I go Dont delay this matter till comp at once Very Respectfully IL F ririt ATT Grant Music lifer i Scud us the name and addresses oCi three or more performer on the phno or organ together with ten cents in tI1 t ver or postage nud we will mail you tcnII pieces full sheetI music consisting ofI popular songs waltzes marches etc nr ranged for the piano and organ I Address Popular Music Pub Co ins dianapolia la- dNERVOUS I Troubles nre due to blood lloods Sar ennnrilla Iis tho Ono True lUootiII i 1urlllcr ami NERVE iON r AI F1rThIATTi 1 DI II rTHH ORIGINATORSO S oOP LO1W t PRICES I xaJTBLAXMXt lnWtf K3T- v e- r Wj INGdcpartment J defiance of our competitors that wo lan and will sell you your i l rCLOTHflG FOR LESS RflOMEYW I- tt II than any man in Uaxel Green We also carry complete line of General Merehan I gs3 disc which we will sell as low as any man VV sy 0 U R nniin nrnAnTRflrRiT isconMloto ll th5s unequalled in East t U U UU HtlUVlLlU Bill Kentucky and we invite the 1patronage t of all doctors and the people generally 1Vt still keeP a firstclass TjlTKRY A2B lr33jEI SWuUJIiB w accommodation of tIll guests of tilt Day House 01 kitty one else who desires r tto stop with us Partiest conveyed to any point in Eastern Kentucky IiiAso Agents for Torrent Campton end Hazel Crc 11 Telephone Coy n11 ill need of 8il ttlliHg ill our lint lIOIlIIugl the place Jr I 4fJk l 1t1O 51oBjThanking all our customers for tluir liberal patronage we remain BJ Respectfully K O WAXTEjBlSi 5JacwjHJin tl xcco tEmfI 720 Hides 1808 Alzusnac aid Paper We are informed that the Its almanac of ProfxlrlI It licks is now rcadv and judging from its part history it will not be ninny weeks in finding its WIII into homes and ollices nil over America lit is much larger until liner limn tiny 1 Ir- i vioiiit indtie it IixintMiiiH J lei131trf iis KplendidlyI printed and illustrated on fire hook paper haying tint jlintst portrait 110IlolIof 1rnf licks Imvo Iwcom4 a n iiiy t the family and commercial lift tf tins 1011 lit n IIi j tnrnnl Word and Wnr aside from its fttorm wcAlher and astro mmiicrfl fcMtures has taken runic with the It literary ccientiiio and family magnrinea of the age DD not IM I lye hoirsaynnd reports So the IIIl icetlJ iiiaimc and paper for yourself You will then know why they me 11 popular They are educators of the million nt dI iimivalled afcgiiiinl to property nnd1 huuiun life It iluatteri of bimpe etc lord that Prof IlUcks has foretold for j many years all I great storm 111I drouth and turiiudotv even the receit terrible drouth over all the country Tho almanac dune is 2ft cents n copy Tho pnptr iis lII1 year with the aliiianie i A a premium Send to Wottn till WuiKH Pen Coa91 Iuiint street iSl ILouis Mo j Before the steward take up the 011 I ethos stirln preacher lately I wish I ti mile a few remarks ThereT arc over JIG prrsoea in this house counting sin tiers and saint big and little table iindj female not including the crjing babies If tuct person present here thinkh my- hermon worth the price oft titer or a nickel cigar tin rid cent or a dime let there pry that amount If such pay a nickel it will make a total of IU this evening This repeated every wee in the year would pay my salary Aser mon that isnt worth a nickel isnt worth coming to hear nnd the p rsori that will beta the Loid tilt pnaclur unit the printer iis a goat of the must odoriferous I jkiml Bx I Bleed arfJ Nerves nn very close iI ilyJ related llucp the IIlouIIIIh puro iiinl hciilthy with Huotls SniMiparilhi cullun will han 1111111111111- Hoods Pills art Lcl sfUruinnor jllsnid digestion pltt tat cullsthpatlotl RM FORP SALE 11 Tor fir sale on lliem lernm my farmI II on Itlnckwutcr four miliN Inlow JInl known ut the Milts hash Gum115 acre ol i whiili in tlic inot vulnablc beet of utiiin proved Iwul in Morpin county +lith tilllhlrII Ion it Mifiiclrnt to pay fur the liiiul divide the lend III hull par briery unit kvl tin iinprnveil Burt NepHniti Innulrt of l SirVj IlrltArr lzelI layor l1hlrl 8II i IJC TRIMBLE Mt Sterling Ky I FLOYD BYUD I A Cnmptofl Ky ATTORNEYATLAW pff Abstrtctiof title furimtied mina made nod prompt return colltejj Connected with ihoJnvr firm of Wood Mt Sterling Ky in clrllfrctlce H IC V- v n t uTllo Best and Cnoapost Sclulnl in Eastern Kentucky tiP EA5rii UrREJi I f 1 liCD JtJ 1 fIr 1 NORMAL BUSINESS P CPAFJATORY B3Uifls r11097 rFull Courses Ctistainod in Evory Dopartiacut Colio into Preparatory Normal BnsinoGs and Bible I Thoroaoli Work is Required in all Studios Pursued t PossibletA 00Iulttnftuitlon Ut1lwlllrlllilllIuIIIOIII Hhnrlhulle- lf f TpuwrltliijrFor as 1- 0Ii I ofIwuuty1Vuoke jorIutnlog anil further information write to ctOVM H CORD Principal HAZEL GREEN KY AiV TRAINING AND FEED STABLE III linvo opUfIIl my Trnininjj taut IVul stable and will keep on hnnd pl1lIty ut fIIIIIHIII full supply of vchirlin and IrnpHI Inrtics coining IMTO frmn ti lisiaiic Who aids UHiiv hmjiH pastured for n fuw days or weeks can have tho heHi paBlur at reastnablo ratca 1E L JB EA I no fur tho coiivinionco nut of urHtH of tho Day 1101141I havu openod noarby HrxlclnnM I liltlj Stable whoroi t1iiI kI p HiiKKioH Saddle HorBCH 11111 llick for hire at nil times iVruoiirf wirfhiiiKi It vihiclo to meet thoin at Iurrent clue ulcphone mo and hay a any donirod vuhiulo or 1 Hiiddlu hore nronintlv I will slap hays a full supply of hocks for biro to druinincrs in charge of careful thuoIIIVrsoiiH iiitfiidnii to visit Swango Spring will bu met at either Kothwell or Tornnt with tettin and driver tutu I will havo ploa uro in shipping water for thorn whenever tlofirod 1 TAYLOIl DAY + e Toil ALL KINDS OK 7+ 1 r + tt t rf1 i rn0 4 9 42w rI- I CALL AT THIS I1EUALD OFFICE ems +nw 0 no n 4 f IA BUSINESSEDUCATIONyoung man or young wotaan who would win snceers la life Thin lirlnj conceded it in of the ttint Importance lo get + your training at tha school that Hand in the very front rank the a lculsvllleKYI y e I301It IciPIICI3- IIOItTHANt TELEORAPHY J MVoinnioditionI 11rlte for bcfliitiful boot plvlnr tcitlinnnfnU from ffrtdBitei t I eupyinir prominent pn ltonn alloverl the United 6tnI1rPa 1 Ibe mailed FKKB College buIICIng nod office Third udJJwi jMl Idt flB iY T t V r4 xD 1i 7t j Easy to Take asy to Operate Arn features peculiar to Hoods Pills Smalt In tlzo tasteless efficient thorough As one m- ailHoodsc said You never know you I hivo taken pill till It U nil a over ac C L lIood t jO 1lrollrletort lowell MUM PillsThe only pills to take with Hoods Sarsaparlllu I r CACE + IRCIfGS + 1 Speck Comber 11 peddler wna found dead near Irviugton with 3000 on hU personMany fights occurred throughout the slate on election day and souse with per sous resttILH Levi IJolmiinii n respected Until coun ty farmer fell from a wagon tend vas in Btnntly killed On Monday before the election every revolver in the hardware storey nt Lex ington wna sold Near Flemingsburp Miss 1lioenico Jones committed suicide with poison he cause she was crossed in love Scarlet fever is raging to such an ex tent in the vicinity of Lebanon that the public schools have been closed Mss Ozetty 0 Flynn Iitll ttn the Owcnttlioro Messenger office a specimen of six leafed clover and thus puts the four leafed kind to shame Chief of Police Stephens of Midway who shot and killed Jason Miller a rtcoit county farmer a short timo since has been indicted for mllnlerII Miiw Porch of Somerset aimed nt 1Icow to frighten her and the bullet from her rifle killed tho animal IHer father I had to pay 10 for the COlT While coon hunting in Kenton county I u young man named FalniMV chopped t down A tree which fell on him mill crisped his hotly into a shapeless mans William Smith anti Johh Dully chart gCIIwith robbing thin postollicc sad cracking tho safe at Woodbine e cIIJlrdI I from Middlcsboro jail one nighti recentlyI I I Seven thoroughbred yearlings by Spo knee the famous Derby winner WlreI Hold in Lexington liiit Saturday for a total of 1trlhe lowest price was 00 Miss Paulino Korst at enthusiastic Democratic woman of Louisville pre lolled Mayorfleet Weaver with a line gamo rooster as a souyenir of his recent victory t Egbert CJadd a 1Ml yearold Hock 1I5tlo county boy has mysteriouslyI disappeared from home leaving a noto telling his parents ho would never return No cause Is IIMigllcllIFor tho past three months n system atic robbery of loaded freight cars hllllI been going on at Guthrie anti ollicers c made n raid and arrested nine negroes charged with tho crime James Brooks of Hockcastle once a colonelou a IKentucky governors stall after a term in tho Ohio penitentiary iis nt Williamsburg to answer to n charge of obtaining money under false pretenses A N Warnock tho postmaster and station agent at Chilesburg a small sin tion n few miles east of Lexington on the 0tt 0 was knocked senseless the other night and robbed of S5 by n foot pad t- Morchcad iis to have n new bunk of which the incorporators are J M Brad ley J I Whitt g Muse M II Mink P 0 Hutton lion T Iliad null L P V Williams It will begin operations about January 1 ISIS Tho now brewery will shortly be built at Lexington Xitt fc Long of Chicago have been granted permit to erect six brick and moue buildings on last Main street to cost 10000 CSround was broken lust week Tho verdict of tho coroners jury which investigated tho Frankfort election riot e imply find that Dcakina killed Eg t bert nnd that Egbert killed Dcakins and that Gloro wns killed by unknown par tics No conviction was expected W M Palmer a coal thief nt Owous boro was shot in tho eye while in the act of stealing coal and tho eyo went out Ho sued tho owner of tho coal who shot him for 2000 damage Tho jury Y decided he was not entitled to recover i ExChief Justice B J Fetes who bas but recently recovered from n severe L illnessp celebrated tho 92nd nnnirerwj of his hirth nt his homo in Mt Sterling by having n number of his old associates and friends with him jit his hospitable board I Some years age Joe Wright shot J C Ulackcrty while assisting officers to arrest him They met nt Junction City the other dny nnd renewed tho quarrel Wright fired on lllackerty who returned the shot Iloth fell mortally wounded and both died before the smoke of their pistols had disappeared In oar last issue Elder Joseph Halloti ollercd 25 reward for the thief who stole his sow if a negro and s5O if a white num We asked him why he made the tli flcrenceIt Became he answered there isi less necessity for a white man to steal than a negro and it iyi therefore much meaner fur him to do it By the wily twill give 25 for the arrest nnd conviction of any man who steals a hop from anybody in this county and keep it a standing ollcrtitanford listener Journal Messrs H 1Vand JI1I Cornelisnn report a curious phenomenon on this farm of J T Smith two mite from Rich mood on the Lancaster pike On cut ting down a largo elm tree theywere as tonished to see a stream of water gush out of the stump and fall in sparkling spray like water from a fountain This was two weeks ago and there has been no cessation in the flow Tlio ttupposii tion N that there iis a spring beneath the tree to which tree worms during tIll drouth rondo an artificial channel and when the tree was cut down the water found n way too cape Iloth gentleman art men of voracity and will vouch for the Until of the story TIll 5 caroM boyof JI A Jolmsoti of Lynn Crater III iis subject to shacks of croup Mr Inhnon says ho isi lfltiii1I tied that tin timely use of Cnamberlains I Cough Uemcdy during n severe attack aaved the little boys lift IIk is in till drug ImUnisH a member of the firm of Johnson hires of that place and they handle a great navy patent medicines I for throat stud lung diseases Ho lull sill three to choose from sued skilled pLy sicians really to respond to his call but elected this remedy for use in his own family at a time when his childs lift was ill danger because he know it to be MI person to any other and famous tilt coui lrlllIhIlM1Irough mtdirino they liandlo and that it gives splendid satisfaction in all cases Sold by JTI I lay A Novel Cure For Rheumatism W TI Woodard the well known horse rhunHltilIl11tuernl md with it that he could scarcely get about with crutches 1 friend told him to take two pieces of carbons that hall been thrown out of arc lights and carry htiin in Isis pockets HoI thought nothing morn of the remedy until a few days niter when sitting in front of a Louisville hotel he saw a lamp trimmer throw n couple of pieces to the sidewalk Mr Woodard picked them up put one into inch of his pants pockets and thought no more of it To his sgreat astonishment in a few days he was able to walk with ont crutches and tho pain had left him Ho says he iis not superstitious hut will ulwajH carry the carbons in his pockets I Qf i r Croup whooping cough and colds arc quickly allayed and danger averted byDR BEL- LSPINETAR HONEYThis famous remedy will cure nn attack of croup in the time it takes to fluid n doctor Every home should have it ready for the time of need It is an infal liblc remedy for all bronchial and lung affections PoM tl1 tnunUti at 5Sc Me and1per bottUor Mntdlrrcton receipt of prtco by nR II MlxrltU MttkU Cfc IVImk Kr of 4 A Groat Magazine Fcatnro The Ladies IHome Journal hat secured what promises to be the great magazine feature of ISIS It iis entitled The Inner Experiences of a Cabinet Members Wife 1111 series of letters written by the wife of a cabinet member to her sis exjIlrilIICtSfreely given The letters were written withoutI any intention of publication They givo intimate peeps behind the curtiiins of high ollicial and social liftI They are absolutely fearless they study Washington life under the searchlight as it lists never been before presented The president and the highest ollicials in the land with the most brilliant men old women of the capital are Hell in the most familiar way As these are all actual experiences the name of the writer iis withheld Tho letters will doubtless excite much shrewd guessing by renders and studof internal evidence to dis ewer the secret flue Experience which will be beautifully illustrated begin in thin December number and will continue several months I i John 3R McLeans i Great Newspaper j I Without a single exception there is beyond doubt no greater or more I I popular newspaper in the United States than the Cincinnati Enquirer I or a more successful publisher than I its proprietor Mr John R McLean The oldtime prices for the Daily Enquirer have been maintainedand its circulation largely increased each hard times and I year cheaper jour nals failing to arrest its onward march j and high appreciation of the public I for its true worth and merit The Weekly Enquirer at beginning I of the campaign year was offered at I So cents a year and its circulation increased by the addition of over 200000 new subscribers the most substantial and coveted testimonial a I I publisher could desire When asked for the secret of such I success Mr McLean frankly answers The Enquirer has no opinions to force its it the I upon patrons simply prints facts and tells the truth that the reader I may form his own opinions Hy I maintaining the price of tI III more news and greater variety can be II furnished and every class of business interests catered to which a cheaper journal cannot afford The very liberal support given the Enquirer by the public at large makes it incumbent upon the management to serve it faithfully with zeal and en terprise in minor matters as well as those of greater magnitudeI THE HERALDI FOR ALL KINDS OFJOBPK1NTING The Way to Win Success In scaling is to keep everlastingly at it This is true whether you want to- Renoh the People Who Buy Goods Through nn advertisement or to ennui u living in some other way People need to see each other n limit many times before forming friendships ithtl it iis mneh the same with advertisers nod their readers it is Not by Fitful Advertising supPhisi pipers perhaps but Mving your nd In the Hazel Groen Herald Will give its renders eonlldenee in you store eontidetiee means more liusiiiVss This paper huts readers too who read no other They nan not now trade with you but are almost sure to do so if won are a eonstaut advertiser in TllK lIciiAID Any lupines iiinn who lists laid the foundation of liusiI tress success by advertising in this Or Any Other Newspaper Knows that lie did it tint by oeeasil nnallv inxertiiiK nn nd and then wait ing to tee abut happened But By Keeping Everlastingly At It Jo not say that people dont readnd vertisements yon have rend this one u FOH WATCHES I I 7GOOD ONES I at 360B- ETTER ONES j at 600I 4r SU UIytltli j I And Watch ou TO Repairing I FRED J HEINT2- ii1 K Main JFXI TO KY RIPAGNOSIUN rORJRIw13CiYls- Thintrlnl fnrmnt iltry nTnlndeslnprrpRrs l- i from tlieurlKl mil pn wri tl nlrat inni pnviitnn Irony put up for tlio imruwo of Nitvtlii I bo unlYcrml minlini dimnnil for n low seine mUKOTlONriTiifcn ono Nt meal or IxM tlmoor wlioiiprvr you furl voorlr Hwnllow It t hidr with nr Mltliont n mouthful of wmrr Titer PII run I rtnmirh troulilPM i ImnluM mln t ImlurKRlcvpi mvli ne life An InvnlunMi1 tutd- ehit fprliu MeillcltK Xo liiiittrr what the nutter otifl will ilo you ptxlI Due ulvp dict- A euro will nrtult If tl nvii iiHO rnrulluxnl ortnioiAiniill1II-liy n carton nndnlulnlrnlnruhwwfllttrrotrt1 wrapjIii Hpneot0ynw York Until tuotuntheroa I I tily IntrmlnpTl In nil tlI nMiinilnilnw tiles will IHJ piippllnl nt n prtiw which IIII then l I docrn ear tln frlllIIUInlNnNntll 12 itr Miill rttanll fnr ln liy nuill fdrKLW AirroMMU rartono for tinjit 23 pmm SAW onrtoni fur tuv Owh wllli tlm unler In every mm mid irvlcht or tjjirx is cnar va nt tho buyer cost ftklicsto s- I FOR- ASituation A I BochKeepIngBusn9S3 PHONOGRAPHY ftt TypeWriting Telegraph f I AU WILBUR R SMITH I KYICOMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY sfllIonII I lost of Full Iiiftinr cnuns Inrluillng Tui I lion lliHiku and llonnl In fondly about tQ I I TelographySpeeisltiesl18Tht lErmluntcd lltrrarjrCouriiofrPC If deolrM r tlnn Kntrrnnvr r duitm uccrMfulllardpd to bar yor Itttrrt reach HI indfrrii only IRSMITHtXINGTONKVI i w T COLVIN WITH TRIMBLE BROTHERS W1io1es1e GrOGBIS MT STERLING KY n Lexington and Eastern Railwayy1y ime Table in Effect flay 16 1897 I WEST BOUND= = =STATIONS lniiijf1Daily I I I i I gtoAvonI piliIpinludilutputItirlfc paslaysituatnntonj t iltllIundee1 amNsitTorrent I sinsHeat0111111TIIIl 1111IO 402 11111I fl nm- rf i 00 am j r 30 nm 1JIWklillll EAST BOUND = I STATIONS I INOtil ex I outsII yillllc ter1a J12 15 am- Fairlie 1 21I 11111I I am Indian FluV 3 10 M am Clay Chtyii a 3S 11111It l 11 am r Stanton 108 U 20 am IIIrilsuoIiI I Itill il situ I I I jnnNatJimTorrentI pmHoattyve JlIIIIpmJaeksonI Nos I and 2 arrive and depart from C4 O Union depot at Lexington All freizM trains arrive stud depart from Netlierlnnu J It IJA11K Cienl Muingtr- CI1 AS SCOTT Jen Pass Agent TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MTSTKRLINC5KY 1 CAPITAl 200000 I SURILUB 3000a n J M niORTAFF Ircshlcnt G L KIKKIATUIOK Vice PrcifdwV W W THOMSON Cashier o- We respectfully solicit the business ofB f- chnnts tanners trailers and Imsinesi OJ- Reuernllv tlirniiKliotit Easters Kentucky general husking business done Give ni ehnnee to wend you n hank honk par JV checks and bait you money when in acrd W W TitOMiiOvCnshier fIf4THE nER LD IS TIlE REST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN EASTERN XT 1nrillattsi iiIoia 11JipcpUUIyIIMtNMaMFT1101111I A Bj0 I1Jt1RFAappenn b7It ne In I Asthma 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