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JME HERALD OOOOCOOOOOi +toe t+ QOOQOOQOOQQOQ Aunt Gcorgia Ann Atnyx was in town Monday Squire John Tester of Stillwator was In town Tuesday Prayer meeting Thursday night at the Presbyterian church iJttlo Edgar Wallin has been very sick but Iis nun sumo better Misses Alice Taylor mud Myrtle Gillns pic of Consolation weie in town Mon day Charley Swango took ferry Picratt to Kxcl Sunday anil returned the tame evening John II Huso mimic u Hying trip to Stlllwalcr Tuesday morning to make a land lJ2l The posts are being hauled with which to raise tho lurgo bell at the Presbyterian church this week Curt Quicksall will please accept the thanks of the editor and his better 1 for some nice eating applestJcthrw Davis of Kzel visited his brother John Davis of this place front Saturday until Monday J M Pieratt and wife and Asa B Pieratt and wife of Kzel attended the funeral of Mrs CockrSH Mrs Roe Nickell of the Murphy fork called on Mrs S ii Kash Saturday and bought herself a fine winter hut Dr Mason Hash reports the birthof n flue girl baby to tilt wife of Oscar Me Nabb of Chapel brunch Saturday night Squire Whitaker and daughter Miss Pet of Caney were in town Monday Miss Pet Buys site will enter school here this winter John Patrick of Miigolfin enmity was visiting MB mother Mrs W T McNabb nt this place from Saturday until Mon day morning Uncle Sam Swango and flu ruie Finch left Monday for a visit to White Oak in Morgan county presumably to visit their best girl Willie Quid ull visited his sister Mrs W T Swango last Sunday and was accompanied home by his niece Dora nn Monday On last Saturday night the kind pea pie of our town gave Uro Wnllin a t ur prise poundiiit for which he and his family are very thankful Mr Itrcck Little of ill more was in town to do some shopping Monday ami called at TIIK Hniuin home where she is always a welcome visitor Bro Wallin will conduct the Christ mils services nt the Presbyterian church on the day after Christina December 20 Let everybody be present For FileA first elms unproved White tewing machine with all attachments and good us new i cost 15 hut will be told for 25 ApplIt this office Those who are indebted to this ollice are gently reminded that with us it in theyJonspnssedthrough V1IInnlltofamily from Grassy creek to Stillwatcr bridgeIlnnuilteu Jfnllllntillnlerour town Saturday night and there np pears to be considerable attraction for him here non Murphy and Milt Lykins who mountainsbast InKnotttheFrank ofFandtocupy the Tyler property Rev J H Wullin requests us to an FrozenCreekcordiallyIhvites Prior to tho death of Mrs ICmily Cock rfll there wore nine living brothers rend sisters all ofwhom hand been or were widows and widowers except Frank the youngest who in aged 07 years tlayCIcllinl1 niemher ulcerInge CockrolWithI pas tor of the Christian church of this place largcscongregations t hIIr occasion oflhanlfinthneademf hiligrnlltllllullltr ofllllUnrlIaoblcnnuo1I111able to resume his school studies Yo r r rHf This rcpretenU ole ofour merchants who stocked up with a lot of Christmas goodsI and fallen to adver tise cm in THe 11Fn AID He has reduced vainhope peopleandI on them until Christ mas 1S9S but un to goaudheconies out with a good nd inlet IlrnAU next wholelot Dllowvicinitydiltl estimableladylire limited only by acquaintance with JltrdClnlt4cOracle is also reported as critically ill furherat or user the sumo piece lost n child of two or three years of age ono day lust week Sam henry Wilson our efficient shier I ImIhmutIfromRolfot t on November 30thlIntl received his quietus fur 1897 To do so however he- adh to borrow HOIIIO money on his own account rend he requests us to say to all who are behind with their tuxes that if they dont pay up nt once ho will W compelled to make them Claib James who has occupied the dwelling and nummed the farm of Mr Josephine RWRngllincrOR the river from Tfn7l l three yours tu thiH work moving to Lacy creek where he will occupy n part of llarlan Trim bios house Mrs cwnngo who is thus lIfft without H tenant rosy conclude to occupy her property horsolf Kinco Mr fumes occupancy she line been living with her father Uncle 1res Trimble of this pUce AndyCi master at this place will be tIlt deputy postmaster under the new mlmumtration Ilie hat been talking IVHHOIIH in his new duties under Curt QII tk all tho present efficient deputy and hopes to bo able to distribute the retail attend to register and money order luinincM and rend the passing postalcurds by tho time he and hid chief are inducted into nice 1erIFrank Tyler writing from Mt sayslEditorthanks to my friendx in uud about Hazel Green for their kindnrss to my aunt and I while we were among them SucuecH to the dear old Hrit A 10 and its many readcrc and may she liven long and prosper and every week herald the doings of the good old Democrats of Uolfe is mv wish Elder H Adatns will preach at Licking Union in With county hutur tiny night and Sunday morning and may continue tho meeting fora week or more lie returned from SalynrHvilla Monday and reports It very Micceosftil meeting at that jilaee ICIder Adams iis anthoriwd h receive MiilKcriptimis to Tin HiitU and all vvlm wUh to uhf him cum do so by taking this paper Members of the 1resbyterian Metho list fund the Christian church gave us an informal reception without any previous knowledge m our pllrLJ accom pan led by nets of generosity and words of kindness on Saturday night Dec nth Sc are very thankful nut alone for tin gifts fur their own value but doubly thankful for the love which prompted them JJ H WAIUN1 Deputy Marshal Ueorue Drake IIUtII posse composed of Willie Tutt C C Fnlks Joe Williams and others pressed through hero Tuesday meldwent up the river What their ptirpnrc or whither they were going Tin llJmAID did nut learn lint the probability is that they were hut on the scent of a moonshine still Just before the lato November clew tion someone took from my hence a pair of fair leather saddle bags flirougha friend I h hiVe located them and If they are returned whero I win get them that will be the end of it If not HOIIIO one will have to prove the possession tf Dit J A TAIMIIKK Mort Pieratt who huts been suffering with rlieumatihin for sometime miiHtlw bettor as he has quit gollJfto see Uncle SolI Aduma At uny rate Tin IIERAII hears he is now matrimonially inclined us lie WuiI recently on the hunt of a wedding Vest mad Is reported to have picky patternyW W McGuire of West Liberty was n guest of time Day House fur dinner on Tuesday mil left in the afternoon for Froan to secure further right of way goIif the road way nm gotten cost to Limo company Hilt Hollon of Stillwater and JefTer son Juhlasuu a won of Thos C Johnson esqof Leo countywere In town 1UII day tci consult HII Iii A KBBII rsgrmin some legal bnsinesr+ and gave TUB HIK fAl a IpicrtHant call Everybody in cordially and kindly invited to attend the ocrvicv held at the Christian church on Sunday The tonics for sermons situ Heavenly Wisdom n i11 n m and Unused Knowledge n C30 p aI- m e Wrltt a for TnR RKRALD TWA8 ONLY A BONO Tine only a song A sweet refrain r metWithstrainAforaetEach dIllAahutthUerInglT layWhoseIllpCarsTotodayAmiThough other tones bid inu rejoice throngYvtbtlll tinging that pure song Twas only a tonglI And oh the words powerWithinAnd hrlugtime joy ench hour A shnple lay II Anll yet Its chimes Seem like sweet musics own rhymeWereivloneSAM WILSON 000000 OOOOOOO O 4 OOOOO O two Hnt Beauty Is largely n case of limit fitness A pretty lint for one woman Iin nn uglyl hat for another I study the ellcct or a hut on your faleoll your Keticral appearance nceurdlntt1yMIUI specially for ray cuntoracri era more utylbhluokitmgmust close out b1Jn 10 amidwill otTlr best bargains ever wren in Hotel Ireen 6J MRS S B KAB- Hoooeoooaooooeaooeoo Alex Whitaker and daughter Mlaa Pet of Caney were in ton Monday Miss Pet WAS here to have Mrs S Ii Kah make a dress and Ono hat aud TIm TIriuu will not be surprised to record soon that she has become the Tot of some gallant BOH of old Morgan Wo wish to express our grateful thiiuks to the ninny kind friends who HO amid to thedevotedly tenderly iniuini mi I oItheir jirescnee aid and comfort duringj illness Miw Lou K MIVI 11wr MUM Hrtii InosrY n n I J 0 Trimble and son Editor llrucq Trimble of tho Mt Sterling Advocate nKniitlnil the funeral iif u1ra fnpkrnll UL I this place Mondny The former iis a brother mod tin litter a nephew of the tlcreiiHod They left fur homo Wednesday morning Nod11ley and family entertained I IBoh llnlHf of Clark tumid Sum and Jim i of Montgotnpry ClIli II ttfrulll Tuesday until SUII last week The I trio were hero on nbird hunt and II uc needed in setting about 76 birds I Old papers 20 cents per hundred I I i Ir ALL WOMEN JiMcTtirn of all tho pain- andllcknessfrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In oflmenstruation Nearly alway when a woman Is not well these organs are affected But when they are strong and healthy a woman U very seldom sick flfleofWd0Is j resutallonIt cures all female troubles It is equally effective for tho girl In her teens tho young wife with do mettle and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period known as the II Change of Life They all need It They are all bcnofltted by It 0-II tPeclaJdlrectlonsl epatment1IIj I nxo TeM 1 THOS J COOPER Tupelo J Mitt cart My Utr IUG red from very Irregular and painful menstruation and doctors could not remiss her Wino ol Cardul mot Mthrouohtlie and Ctiangi alto ol hlufaoaf I Jt I K rh anrtinL f rII I fr4444444iChristmas 1 r Advertising+ 10 Cents an Inch R Each issue for 1 inch or 100 r Inches but ho ad taken for leu than 1100 To parties however who will tako 6 inches or more for 4 consecutive weeks I will inchporIOfe h p JIIton Winchester offered merchants or Mt of boxing4IL to secure the monhtain trade and a trial ad flow will convince them that THE HERALD can send them a permanent patronage if they willmonly use its columns id invite lue ttpeople VSend copy at once j accompanied by the cash to t t SPENCE COOPER 11 KYoLww+ II Tho Dost and Cheapest School in Eastern Kentucky ii iL iiii i i il 1 1I1 NORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY V I Next Session BRUins jOtyiNg January 3 1898 J1 n Full Courses Sustained in Every Department r Collegiate Preparatory Normal Business and Bibloii Thorough Work is Required in all Studios Pursuedai PossiblosItnnrd00IuilintiltO1uItIOIl n und I 3000Tor4l Fur reining and further Information write to WM H CORD Principal HAZEL GREEN KY I n A BUSINESS I I HOOKKEEPINGBiIORTIIAND TELEGRAPHY Write lor beautiful hook gluing tixtlitioiiliilii from Kradlmtet oo ILexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect May 1C 1807 WEST BOUND= ltJSTATIONS No L Dully ej llny Smimlfuy pinAVIIIUpmWliivlivkter pmFnrllepenindlamii pmlayI t milViUon1017amNatTornlit I 7 24 nm tIt 2i am Itfuttyvv Jc 7 0i urn Ht 00 inn rll A3 itm 7 10 nm ire11FkmCICICIJ 32 nm II5 CO am 00 HIII Tt 30 am LAST BOUND NotJ STATIONS No2 Dully ex Dully Sunday Jt xiiiKton 2 30 pm hi trtam 13010WlnclalterKalrli 3 21 pm 7 If nm- Indlun Kldi 310 pm 8111 am Qlny City 3 68 pm U 10 am I DmIpmilNatpmTorrentpmBenttyvo pmAtholpmJncknonNo 1 nnd 2 nrrive and depart from O J0 Union depot at Lexington All freluht trains arrive and depart Irons Netherland j H BA flit OeuIMartagerdl1A811ttOTx s MA IIEDUCATION illIlIrwillbe wrr WILBUR R SMITH KYPorCOMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF rti UKIVEnSIT- YAirurtlnt 1li dnl ut 1orld1Txpoltleia Ilcfm In hnulIlo of KritillinlM In fMiltlnn TulIh n SrfCiallleeU7IO nllfrolttlrJu1 lintuckytrilrrrlt 1 In unttr It An i ii lulrrt rmtH v fJJrtti unf- aVILQUR RMITHLCXIf4GToNK- vTRADERS DEPOSIT BANK t I1 STERLING KY oIOAIITA 200000 I Hunnus ISoa00- e J M 1MGHTAI 1rmlclent G L PjrftiljW t 0 IPoreepectfullysnllaltthe biiilneii ofmer x champs tnriner traders nnd business urea KOlltuokAI d ourI f you IIIlIneywhen W V TifOMiSON Cflihier FORTUNE1i r rKnitplbo hand ninl Throiii 1111 r and hna rupllnnrlprnmiiIOwu s t A- Or1ai of UI1JlUIillll LJJC JtKWJ ContfUIUI n Art alnr UAtrrh ik t + wnda rutIp In AotumsirrittY QrY IV 1M Plir hi Cacbfanll tr jitUI1aUmay y- p Y4attfit 1wT S rzcFk tft 1 6 N ti p ii V eN Kentucky Crop Poport I s corrClpondent81repnrtedfrom Iifl8ueou unuaimlly fnvorablu to the r wheat crop and AS K result n connlderable portion had reached what is considered an advanced singe considering tho very lalo tnrt it made Tof general tenor of reinarkuof curies Y psndenu is that tho crop promises well and Ufew consider tho outlook very fine Of course much will depend upon what U wet with during tho winter In the way of sudden and hard freezes when unprotected by ellO- WShouhl the crop l UV visited with the average amount of hardship during tho winter the result way be disastrous Oinaidcriiblo wheat was sown during November the acreage compared with 1896 having incrcatod from 00 per cent on November 1st to lOa on December 1st The returns from assessors reports short tho acreage for iStt6 ns fj lIfi2t1- neres the estimated ncronno for IS97 would therefore be C27J7H- Cony Cam is reported cribbed with I out damage since maturity Many cor respondents reports the crop light and chaffy and not yielding as well JH indi gated earlier AH to quality 21 corrcs powdents report It good i1 average and 80 bad The yield for the state averages 2455 bushels per acre In 1StrG tho averngo yield was 27 bushels The acreage by tho returns of the county assessors i3i 2220308 acres Tak log the estimated average yield of 21 05 bushels per nero gives u total of 61609 038bu8hob HEMP The munhr of correspond I ents reporting hemp appears to gradually dccreaio Tim estimated yield per acre is 8M lbs In ISUH the average was 1045 lbs On quality 7 report it good i 2 an average and 1 had I i vi STOCK Tho condition of nil live stuck shows nil iniprovcineiit during tho month Tho condition of lhorses ii JS cattle 92 sheep 91 and hogs 91 On November 1st tllese conditions were 87 86 JO and 87 A AIlSlsnInforll1l1tion has reach s ed mo that Australian rabbits are being kept as pete in this and other sections of itI the state I feel it mv duty to call the attention of those owning these theirontly harmless little creatures to r t thetrapidity with which they increase in t numbers The female brings forth bur Young 4 to 0 in number every month I It can easily ho seen that a single pair turned loo o would in a year or two Tnako themselves felt in that section and would rapidly lined to adjoining soc tions They uro especially diMtruitivc to young orchards and garden crops i Doing a burrowing animal it is an cany matter for them to tunnel underneath t tho enclosure intended for their confine I meet Tho Knglish sparrow nuisance j Fhuuldjservo as an object 11 against portation of any runic foreign pests The publication of the monthly crop reports will close with this iissue until tho opening of the growing season next s springI to express my thanks and the obligations of the bureau to tho corres pondents throughout the state and tot solicit their further valuable services when tho work is resumedLUCAS Mooun i Commissioner of Agriculture J On i A 100 Investment Brlnrjo J21400 r t recentlytJ AIII would increase the telling price of the 210 acres of tho McGnire farm from 50 to 100 over the last sale price when not so advertised I must confess J took I the statement with a groin of salt but paid my 100 and paid nothing Tho that you wore right TheI rcsulttroctl on n beautiful day and it brought only 1001 Saturday DfcI- wa81I very disagreeable day but bidding was brisk and tho same land brought 1215 or 211 moro than when not so advertised and I think the 1 well spent had the day been auspicious I believe it I would have brought 1HOO at least I am now convinced that printers ink is a prime factor in selling or buying any f thing in which the people are interested and no longer wonder nt tho mammoth advertisements Isec in some papery Thoy evidently pay tho adyertippr a good per cent on his investment and should occasion again oiler I shall certainly use tho poperItct JOHN 51 lost hazel Green Dec 6 1SD7 I Academy Students Should Solve This Nero is a nut for mathematician to crack Q 0 Taylor of West Point I submits tho following problem An perdaytwelvet I rearLof this army exactly when tho army be Ran its days march proceeded to the front delivered his message and return t lug arrived at the rear of tho army ox actly at the end of the days march Thin perhour11terSun t How to Prevent Pneumonia l lAtthis time of the yearn cold is very il easily contracted and if let to run its course without the aid of pome reliable cough medicine is Bathe to result in that dread disease pneumonia We know of no better remedy to euro a cough or cold c than Chamberlains Cough Remedy We rI have used It quito extensively and it has always given entire tiafnctionOola t gabInd Ter Chiefs I This Is tho only romcdyibat Is known t to be n certain preventive of pneumonia Among tho many thousand who have used it for colds and la grippe wo have never yet learned of a single caeo having t Qay resulted In pneumonia Persona who havo weak lungs or havo reason to fear un attack of pneumonia should keep the remedy at hand The 25 and CO cent sizes for sale by J T Day K People ot Our Side Carsons term of office as ctlun ty judge of Wolfe county expired lust Monday O T Center Iris successor will at the next sitting of tho court mount the tripod of authority Judge Carson has made a good judge certainly nA economical one and leaves no tiln on his official reign and the county in a prosperous conditionucenttmr es gut in their work at Spradling last Tues day night Tho tiara of T 1C Tutt together with n lot of fodder was entirely consumed by fire One horse and some farming implement were saved The county ought to have some bloodhounds and make some cflort to run down the perpetrators of such work as this Miss Lou Ward one of Wolfo counties most popular young lady school teachers visited friends hero this week Campton Bauncr Dont iibe persuaded into buying lini meats without reputation or merit Chamberlains Plain Halm costs ho more and its merits kave been proven ba test of many years Such letters ss tho fol lowing from L O Uagley JIucncmc Ca1ar constantly being received liTho best remedy for pain I ever used Iis Chamberlains Pain Bulin and I say BO after having used it in my family for several years It cures rheumatism lauio hack sprains and swellings For sale by J T Day What Mr Bryan Thinks Tho weekly newspaper plows the ground sole time seed anti cultivates the crop and too often is forced aside while those who neither plant nor cultivate rcliJtime ripened grain The cause which you advocate the candidates you support and the party you lore will W immeasurably strengthened if each of you will step into tho office of your local newspaper that iis patiently and uncom plainingly keeping alive the spark of Democracy and pay your subscription a year ahead William Jennings Bryan After hearing wome friends continually praising Chamberlains Colic Cholera IIfIof it for his own use and is now as en thusiastic over its wonderful work ash anyone can be The 25 and 60 cent i sizes for smile by J T Day U S Court at Covington Ex Deputy Marshal Lacy of Morgan county against whom an was held fur failing to ultachulclltII mons last Dicenber was dfomicd as heI explained that one of his children died and he could not leave hlIiII Gordon Wells of Wolfe county char mailIbe sentenced John II Phelps of French burg and John Davis of Mnriba are grand jurors Kill notion of time head of Stillwatcr while killing hogs Monday met with a- very painful accident In stooping to catch u hog the blade ofa Icnifoin hU CURt pucker was forced into his side inflicting a ilenh wound two inches long hut fortunately not penetrating to the hollow Bill was able to ride hero Tues day and said ho felt no inconvenience froth the wound FOR WATCHES II GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 a+ tNI UPwtlln3 4 I j And Watch Repairing OOTO FRED J HEJNTZ 135 IK Jtnio- iexrxTOXII KV j i RGPIANsPacked Without chess CNJQfU CUNTS mMniTbu2MufmrtNnvltreatmummy put up for the purtwo of Kiwtlne the uilrfr tl raixlrrn tlrcntnil for a tar ttff4- UlllKOTlOMTKkf one nt nifl or 1nt- titteor wlioiicw you livl IfSwlllllw U v hiur with or wttlioat A tcrInThe7ento all tnmarp truubtro 1 trnI i 1mv ol II rroaIIlUf AninrNuatm rust ltat Flaunt lIkin So ttwtttr irhall tin I BiklUf oua will tf you Cot d One Klrm rllrf amrowalrtumttldlmilenaarofollowLThe of all dreilcns nifhtnxk It U tcoUWi thnt ftlumt piywhtntranertatburfcw vonUMtac latwle wall te tent nts- ae pjilil K roD6 adenal for are rcnU In ffcuupft forwantnl to Vn litp rn rhrmlrtJ 0ito W KprooB c cow York Until bosoodtu9tbOJo civhly hitnxlucot totheuadet fnu uml rtkrt wlU tie nipplloa ata price which will alllow vis i 1 down car teattortettnlabynU6C nti ItdrMnOM I IRro w0okrtont fur nut W Kraa CinM auUuu for andtttlruertapI fit n Another BU1lch of Boquetso- r I WITH THE PERFUME AND BEAUTY OF IhG V l1fJa3lltkut meUa h11 athem1Ult And From Time to Time Tossed to the fffrflrrjt QEE1 0- U Sf1r Dj Because it is the Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and the Most Quoted of any Publication in Eastern Kentucky i And these Facts Plainly Point to It also as being THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN KENTUCKYIS I A Coming Power Together lot us pull harmonious for plonty ponce and progross The HAZEL GKEBV HERALD is fulfilling to tho utmost our curliest prediction that it would grow in favor and power as tho years of mountain wealth grow apace It is bright and full of kornal going steadily upward Beattyvillo En torpriso o Regarded as One of tho Bost Tho HAZEL GREEN HERALD is re garded as ono of the best papers in Eastern Kentucky and by the able management of its editor Colonel Spencer Coopor has worked its way to the front over innumerable difiiculties Wo congratulate our friend Cooper and wish him in creased prosperity Mt Sterling Gazette o Filltd With Sumpting Good Our neighbor THK HERALD does not got out special editions but every inch is filled with sumpt ing gOOl It was not until last Friday that wo understood where that inexhaustible budget of local news which is published in TUB HERALD comes from It is evidently gotten up by that letter ll1 r Cooper writes so much about Vo used to think her overestimat ed in being referred to as THK HERALDS better but havingi met tier wo shall not object if P ro Cooper calls her his fourteensix tccnths it will sound better and do no injustice Cal Crawford in Campton Observer 0 Hon A J Auxier Speaks Its Praises Hon A T Auxior delegate to the constitutional convention from Pike county writing from Frank fort under date of Nov 18 ISflO 81HIJI havo received two or three copies of your excellent paper I did not know that tho mountains of Kentucky could got up such n good paper as you havo tho honor to edit I now extend to you tlry hand Bro Cooper and swish you God speed in all your endeavors o Excollont News Journal Spoucer Cooper of that excellentt news journal the UAXKI GIIKK HKKALD with his estimable wife were in this city this week on thei return from Lexington MrCoope r sees in the mountains of his sec tion a bright future the enjoy monts of which are delightful an ticipations Ho is right The grea t resources of his section now dor plant will bo developed und hi will bo at his post to gather in the sheaves Mt Sterling Gazette o As Lively as Any in tho State Bro Cooper of Iho HAZEL GKEK HKKAII who gots up as lively n weekly as thoro is in Kentucky especially when it is considorei that ho lives 40 miles from a rail road 20 miles from n telegraph oflic0 and nowhere from a tole phono is in addition to his journalistic abilities an epicure of tasto anda pot of rare proton sious Covington Commonwealth o Wants It In Missouri Editor HRIULD noosed find ifl for a years subscription to your paper Please give lots of Morgan county notws1Y KDoIiord Gen tryville Mo 0 Wants to Hoar From Her Old Homo Mr Editor Miss Mary May re quested me to write you told have her paper changed to Towlos Da cotah which place sho intends to make her future homo She says sho cannot do without it as sho neighborhood Mt Olivot Ky Loading Paper in Fnptrrn Kentucky Tin HEHALD iis increasing in in teivst every year and is nuts the loading paper in Eastern Kontu k- 11IauIIIOO Hroathitt county cor 0 I A Live PnperII Sponror Conpr editor of the HAZEL GKKFN HAU has mudded a now power press and other material to his ollice making it tho most complete ollice in tho moun l tains of Eastern Kentucky THK IIKIttlti is a live paper and Spence I proposes to lend thy procession Winchester DemocratI 0 I A New One From Kansas I Editor HERALD You will fund sendI1 mo your paper ono year You will also find a sample pair of our jack rabbit earsM N Oakley 0- tt Plenty of Ads nnd Lots of News ITho HAZEL GKEEV HKKALD hits an advertising boom such as it never experienced before It is rots necessary to ino 12 pages We forgot to say it last week Bro Cooper hut THE HERALD does carry lots of news along with its advertising patronage Saul Cas sits in Sentinel Democrat I 0 Tho Heralds a Favorite With Em Mr Spencer Cooper Sir You will find enclosed 50 cents which ploaso place to Virgin Greors I credit and send him Tilt HKUALD six months THEI HKKALD is such a favorite with us that we would- as soon do vithout dinner ns it I would give sumo news 1 jj notyour eriheanIOn thelCing I would think T was talking too much on myselflF nclcDave Grassy 0 I Always a Welcome Visitor Mr Spencer Cooper Dear Sir Your valuable paper time HAZEL I GREKX HERALD has been a regular visitor at my home for the past three years and J can say without reluctance that it is still a welcome visitor a bit of literature eagerly I looked for ouch afternoon Every isuo is filled almost to overflow ing with messages from friends associates mind fellowcountrymen j and not only these it is devoutly devoted to tho interests of its country both financially and mol I ally Its nblo editor deserves tho ofreverytuckyH S Grain Cliftv o Wants Tho Herald 01cnr Sir As my hone up to the last fow weeks has been in your county 1 would liko to have Tun HKRALD You will find 1 enclos ed for which send to my address Rosa Belle Byrd Everton Mo 0 I And Still They Come Mr Cooper Find enclosed 1 to pay my subscription I am a lit tle tardy but havo been too busy to go to tho ollicoJ R Cox Waco Mo- A o 100 Ad Brings 21400 Mr Cooper When you said recently th8t1 spent with THE liEn ALD would increase tho soiling price of the 210 acres of the McGuiro farm from 50 to 100 over the last I I I sale price when not so n I confess I took tho 1crtisl1dII a grain of snit but paid said nothing The last sale camel on Saturday Docl a disagreeable day but bidding was brisk and tho land brought 1215 or 2M more than when not advertised and I think tho 1 woll invested Should occasion again offor I shall certainly uso the columns of your valuable paper John M Rose Hazel Groan Ky t 1 CuuntySpencerYou 1 will pleaso change tho address of my paper front Campton to Ruth ton Madison and I1SJagainstyour 0- CountyMr S I I snLsription1 C lot Lair Ky 0 Tho Best Paper for tho Mountainsth plenofind ia you may send mo your valuable is- i for the next sixi usI I paperI Iuluu11tauls 11 publis11C1a favor by sending it in tin next D mail I remain respectfully etc Sr A J Adams Zachariah voff o hI Like An Old Friend Every Week n I Jalclosedfind I I I isI J every week Hoping everything 1 pygoesi oom111JnsI II Iff I GBoquOlDoer Sir I this lacy enclose 100lin cash for which 1 want you to Jc I killittains of Kentucky puhllishedre Fanny Rose lluonevilboilboart 0 An Indiana Man Wants ItfigIISlOl1cpr Cooper Enclosed find a Irl1 whichsend me your valuable paper for one year and oblige em- IWilliu Smith Sabine ladtrotk0at 0 Voice From VirJiniatrtrI Dear Sir Enclosed find 1 forIkwhich ploaso send me the hoar old joarHobtii JlilllIto Job I It Will Be Such a Pleasure I hodwhichyour valuable paper the HAZEL ml GREEN HERALD for six months It will ho such n pleasure to hear 4 I tulthemeTivillj best wishes for MrsI Cooper nudode respectfullyIrri lfl on 0 fret Thoir Ad Has Paid Thorn Well few t Mr Cooper We kayo had n well Johr displayed ad in THE HERALD for over two years and attribute our- StlCCCSE to that advertisement that 8 H we know brought us much busine-ss we otherwise would not have mechadregard to our wagon building We tat Pi are so well convinced of this that qty wo would now as soon think of Nim doing business without forgo or oolt anvil as without advertising wad wo believe all who so use the colIill to umns ofour will get theArc 18aleiDavissmiths Hazel Green KyruralO to Kind Words From Danville To tho Mountaineers 1 Friend Tbeet thdanSirPIIE HERALD as soon as I left there hest but the gnats were bothering me60 pileat badly I could think of nothing but seerm thoy wore eating mo up Put layin lame on your subscription listnndDec Bond 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