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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4t1Ftlr1 n THE tJAZEL OREENHER LEstablished March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story oTJonathan and HU Continent by Max ORell ISS nrVCKH COOPKIl lll The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains CKNTrt IN AWVANOK A TKAB I rlIlHfl CCIIr + I COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 18 1803 NUMBER 42 I WOLFE COUNTY ISwangoI Springs Sayings Arberry Svrango spent Saturday night in Toltver neighborhood Harry Cecil of Grasiy was visitingi la Ibis community Saturday ami Sunday D B Mayof White Oak ipont n feu dayor lust week in this neighborhood t talking busincM Mrs Arbcrry Swango and little son Oliver pnt IInlt of last week discussing the Toll vcr Topics Ucury and Chester Lowe of Morgan county are visiting their brother Lark Lowe of this neighborhood Jan 11 trio Daysboro Doings J Monk Hollon was in town Monday IAltx Shockoy was in Diysboro Sun dayJack Wilson was in town ono day lastl week 0 lH Amyx went to Ciunpton Friday I returning Sunday Mil Lano Taulhee of Red river was la Day boro Monday Willio Jose of Hedges station wasI in Iay boro Monday Monroe Lacy of Lacy crook VIM visiting i in this neighborhowd Sunday MM Anthony Lowe near this place bu been very sick for a few days Newt Maloney and John Drown off Laurel were in IJay horo Monday Mrs J II Sebastian was visiting her daughter Mrs Clay Lacy Sunday Herbert Nickel and wife were visiting Mr and Mrs J N Lacy Sunday Holt Sherman of Campion way in this neighborhood buying fur this week Misses Cairio Amyx and Nora Scott nere visiting Miss Kmma Fallen Suuday Willie Rose of Lee City was in this neighborhood on business ono day last weekOur efficient circuit clerk J F Van ant of Campion was in Daysboro on 4Iuslncsi Monday Jntnes Wilson on Monday moved1 t ill fatherinlnwX Trumho Nickel on flrassy near dollar Oscar 1 Fallen and wife of Leo City were visitingI friends and relatives in thlj vicinity last week MondayltumClIltCopeHenry Lowe of Minnesota and Cites i1jltlllgtheIrlt J H Sebastian and Jolly NickelI swapped horstn one day last week andiI Mr Sebastian also bought 11 horso fur Which he paid t4li Will Hogg colored surprised binI friend one tiny last week hy going to Richer county and bringing back a wide Her name is Celia Adams hoaryShockoybclunUapboro OWOMay to our midst but wo regret to see Mr Shockoy leae a WhitOakneighborl Ono s liigginboughtr I which tinyewapte1lWIilsonand17Poundhimnarrygets do best In a dog swnp r Vies withherr 1 pnseedthrough wnyJacltooltandt1 t Tohnthertteachers of Wolfo county 4t 0fur y wastlehtingday yo night and informed us that ho Would1 leave l 3rdle r ho will attend college Ed S G i r a LI die ns ho Iis called by his friends needs no recommendations hisas manliness will wardstJan 11 ClliuiiK Topics1Vns torohousocomplotcdr harry Pieratt of Kzol passed through Tolivor Saturday Mrs Celia NeiV hoe bean visitingI her parents nt Omcr this wcok Drn to the wife of Wm Tolivor a girl11uightI two pounds lIoighhClrhooti1 Mrs Jane Oldficld was the guest of Mrs 11 A Manilla Saturday and1 Sun day Willie McClannahan has moved from OaIY1IfaullfarmBoone Old fields of Grauy was the guest of 1V1 Oldllelds Saturday and Sunday Wm Shoemaker has bought a new supply of blacksmith tool and is toady to make the anvil roar Nelson Munnin and wife of Oiner and charming little daughter Jennie wero visiting relatives and friends in Tolivcr Tuesday and Wednesday Tho meeting ii still in progress at Sandficld conducted by Rur1eat1 Me Gniro and others May there be some good work done in tho sight of nod while they are with us Jan 11 Sitixrit Campion Currency C B Lykins has returned from Lex ington Miss Margaret Shackelford was In town Saturday Wm Combs of Lexington 1 is spending a few days in our town Brock Amy of Daysboro wns in town Saturday and Sunday I hiss Bowman of Torrent came up yesterday to enter tho academy I Copt W L Hurst and his son Meal lastoweekProf C J Nugent returnee Saturday night from a visit to iii parent at Bed KyIA IF Byrd the now commonwealths attorney Iis attending to his duties at Beattyvillo court Tho sidewalk around S 8 Combs store will bo u great improvomeut U the town when complotel Quito an intcroting meeting is in pro gress at this place now which iIt doing a great amount of good Theccond sessions of the school at this place commences today with brighter prospects than ever before I J F Vausant hail lilis Florence Lc tastier sworn in as deputy circuit court clerk on county court day Her Mr Word of Hazel Green preached a must interesting sermon at the Methodist church Sunday night II II Gishof Mt Sterling is making an extended visit to his aunt MM J II- F Vaimnt He is talking of attending school here It would not only he an improvement to tho town but n kindness to the pco pie if omo of tho enterprising cltiwns would think to put a few street lights along just to relieve the monotony cspc dally on very dark and disagreeable nights JU1 11 MlMt BlvlVt MORGAN COUNTY Jambs Janglos Ernie Little was buying geese hero Tuesday Dick Franklin tiny routed Mack Wai tors farm J M Picratt of Hazel Green was In this vicinity on Monday Miis Maggie Hose of Lacy creek is visiting her grandfather S WPIP P M Murphy is nt West liberty Ho is one of tho board of supervisors 4e George Drake made a rake in th Jamb Tuesday and took out two jangles Mm Milea Bishop has returned from Floydcounty where she has been risk lug for several weeks Tho road up this creek along by tho ImpusableNow make it a habit of looking after other peoples builnoss should communicate this to the county judge eh 2 The Christmas tree trials at Grany crock have been heard Only nnc was lined the remainder being acquitted It resulted nlldllhoedon trine that some of the buys wore brought before the court fir a slur on their good namo Tho law when used rightly is indeed sweet but when malicious persons use- it to bring reproach on tho good names of others it Iis a curse Wo do not know who tho person or persons were that swore out the writs It Is n tact that I there are otliem that were thore who Crtltc1lIIuro disturbance thnu did Mr Yocuni who wns fined and those lads go unmolested Hence such inconsis tency creaky tho crows Ezol Evolutions Too liUo lor last week IF M1 Prater iis visiting relatives at Omcr Eddie McGuire Ii visitingI relatives In Magotlln county Mrs Annie Halley ii visiting her grandmother at Paris 11 F McGuire has guo to West Lib today to Ibo appointed deputy clerk Married on December 30 Porto Pier att mad Miss Lull Dennis Elder J H Fugato otliciatiug- T L and F M Prater nod M 11 Power and wife were the guests of J M McGuire and wife Saturday night and Sunday CHAS BUCHANAN Practical Boot and Shoe Maker HAZEL GREEN KY 0 Ladies Gontlomous Fino Shoos Mudo to otilcr Xpcrliil attention given to ritmlrliiKaml + unWettoaI Kunruiiteoil rerSliop at Old Itacktl Stole II F McGuire and W II Barker bought tho farm of T L Prater for 1100 Mr PratcrAiow resides at Aden station Carter county Mrs Xlllio Power gave n birthday din ner Friday the Hist of December She killed a fat goose and had an excellent time Mrs Power iis 25 years old and been marrica 12 years Frank Prater lias employed J1Power to clerk in a store at fates Howan county Frauk is running two stores now and if he has no bad luck will be rich in his old days Jan H1 1oslanr HOW TO FIND OUT Fill n bottle or common glass with urine and let it Aland twunt lour hours i a scvlimcnl or nettling indicate n this eased condition of tho kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent dcsiro to urinato or pain in thu buck is also convincing proof that the kidneys anti bladder are out of order WHAT TO no There is comfort in the knowledge so often oxpressed1 that Dr KllmerflSwamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in tho back kidneys liver bladder and every part of tho urinary passagas It corrects Inn hold urine and scalding pain hl- passing It or had eflects following use of liquor wine or lbeer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up ninny times during tho night to urinate The mile and the cxtraor Unary cflbct of Swamp Hoot IIs soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of tho must distressing easel If you need n medicine you should have tho best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and ono dollar For a sample bottle nail pamphlet both sent free by mail mention fur Hum GitrrN HKIIALD and send your full post ntlicc address to Dr Kilmer Co IJIngHnmpton N Y Tho proprietors of tide paper guarantee the genuhseness of this odor jI flu old tapers at thus offlcc ICOCc pWomen subscribe for Tin H KHALI for the year 1808 foul that I may secure them at once I will for the next Thirty Days take them at Fiftg Gonts a Year PAID IN ADVANCE fHEfiERALD is the oldest most popular most widelyI circulatedt and most quoted paper in the mountains of Eastern Ken tucky and acknowledged by press and people to be the acme of American country newspapers It gives ALL THE NEWS ALL THE TIME and is so popular with the people situ so reliable withal that it is nearly always refer red to in tho endearing term I DEAR OLD HERALDI No other total paper in Ken tucky ever attained national and internationalreputation to equal it and no outer local paper iin Kentucky boasts a lad v contributor front across I the briny deep Ve hIll two I ISSI1IIlI BETTER THANI EVER BEFORE Though the price is but haltI This oiler is open to all ties subscribers and nil old ones who pay up arrearages ami one year in advance Those on the list who are now in ar rears will ho taken oil unless at once renewed under this oiler which will bo in force FOR THIRTY DAYS OILYO L Dont wait until the time iis up and then abuse us for not extending it The time to subscribe is NOW and then you are assured of having the paper paid for for 12 months and of receivingi iit 52 weeks Subscribe toting and tell tilll your neighbors how cheaply they may receive tho paper and sato tho trouble of boy rowing At the low price of 50 CENTS A YEAR no person clue a lord to not take itand we shall expect everyone of our friends to I bring ono new subscriber eajh at least Go to work friemjs and help us to mako our list of paid up subscribers ojpn 2000 If nIl our friends will heartily idols us wo will havn tliC1 fr311nYs 11 f nr1- e e prt3 EfC lRcmG + It is believed in Frankfort that Todd will be iurv yor of tho port President W 0 IFrost of Here col loge was ncriuuidy beaten ba student Charles Warfield of Russell county was granted t391 back pension lUll U per manth + Populists In tho legislature will not combine in tho state librarian fight but go Into the Democratic caucus Miss Lizzie Hunt will be appointed postmaster at Sulphur Ohio county vice 14W Hunt her father resigned Fish Commissioner thrice notified Sena tor Doboe Friday that ho had deposited H quantity of black bass in Crystal lake near Uyland Station Ky At Orlanda n station on the Kentucky Central railroad near Mt Vernon W C IIi utllcy stint and almost Instantly killed JuliusJ W Lawrence lu the Warren circuit court Will Hay was sentenced to ono year in tho Frank fort penitentiary orsltoting and wound lug Will Hnggin some time ago The leglslaturn adjourned Friday until Monday when Speaker Hockham announ ced the committees mid Senator Guobol named the steering committee Prof Wiley of Lexington was fined CUM at Frankfort Friday in the U S court fur sending low told vile advortlx tug literature through tho malls Mrs Settle wife of Congressman Settle sluice her return to Washington tuna been critically III Bho is threatened with pneumonia but was hotter Friday 1 FxCongrmsman McCreary in an in terview in Washington says the Klghlh district nomination should bo made stoic ly with a view to party harmony and success Now pOHtolllccs were established in Kontucky Friday as follows Fluiinery lolinotiJ county Dora Lotuastorappolnttt ed postmistress Lucy Magolliu county DuiinU 111 Collins It Iis likely that Louisville will hove a May music festivalI At a mooting of list Commercial Club Friday evening several thousand dollars were raised to ho used for this purpose Oov Bradley has appointed S A Newall of Somerset Boyle 0 llodcn Danvillo ulllilIP M Mcltohort of Stan ford cdinmlHsloners for tho Deaf and Dumb Asylum at Danvillo MEYER WISES KIOMEJ IHIOUTKRH AND JOUIIKIIH OK FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY Underwear White Goods NOTIONS ft FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St notII It Mtijur ArutIIIIltnllluJNCfNNATI Tho most ilitastrous firo Paducah has I had for n quarter of a century broke out at it oclock Friday morning lu tho mam moth collar manufacturing establish mont of IK Hebkopf ft Sons Tho loss in ti t50000 lo7i000 with only t1000 in nurance Over X5 moil wore thrown out employment lIe buildings were of brick nnd were furnished with costly j machinery in ovary department- A dispatch frosts Salycrsvlllo dntpd tho 7th says Deputy Collector II N Atkeson and posse made a raid on moon shine ntllls on llockhouxo creek tits county and succeeded in flailing throo In running order which they destroyed but they were unable to lliitho operartars nit they hid themselves1 in rocks and In cllfli and fired on tho OSlO from soy oral places but no ono way hurt howeverSexcept Mr Atkeson who toll over a clifland kuttalnod painful Injuries There has boon a gang 6f moonshiner lu that part of tho county for several yearn butron account of the desperate character of tiro men no unawoultlundertake to niq klastraid made fa yelri Yf ll hIS I tfl 4 vc4 Ska t s Y AIf 1 t fi HERALD RICE1 CDOISL I Eflter HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 13 1898 TilE twwor of Shelby county hat finished his work nod filed bin report with the euperTiorn which pbowa the taxable property to be 77291585 or jun 570000 less than blot year The dilfer once in value represents the amount of McKinley prosperity enjoyed in that county SENATOR TELLER declared in the U S senate Friday that he has no personal fight against the president but that he propones to do all in his power to destroy the Republican party became it is a gold standard party Dont Mr Teller old fellow i because that would knock prosperity into ph COL J It JAiirKTT late of ieorpe town Enterprise him bought an interest in the Corbin News and will hereafter bare charge of the editorial department flf that paper Mr Garrett has been in the newspaper business n long time and with bill experienceI he should make the News a first class paper and himself n plethoric purse It Tnnoi orE DIMUKT convicted of the fit murder of Blanche Iatnont and Minnie William was hangedat Jsanfranciico II Friday He walked to the gallons ns proudly an though heading n bridal pro cetwion never fur a moment lost hit nerve and with hit lat breath protested bin innocence convicted upon evidence circumstantial and as has many times proved the case may have been tn innocent victim of anothers yiciouinm Time alone can tell Mont vASfio of this place if the rowing politician of this part of Ken tucks judging from hit rare for janitor in the lower hou e of the legislature Todd Hull the old Larrnonirer thought he hada cinch on the place and nay telling his friends that he had no opposition Mort appeared on the scene however and the aspect of things Iran at once changed Indeed he had the bar monizer beaten ere the old roan realized it1If11 beaten very badly bin vote being Gl to 13 for Mr Hull Hut then Mort it whould be remembered isni chip ffthe old block which his name id lodge 0 II Swango and he couldnt help but be I a winner with ouch brredisg nod train log Ia la TUB US senate Friday Mr Allen the Nebraska Populist utlcreda rewlu Lion declaring that the United States obouid without delay and without wait log for the convent of foreign nation begin and theroafter maintain the free and unrestricted coinage ofpilver dollars at the prevent legal ratio of 16 to 1 i that uuch coinage should be lupplemented by n safe and tuund paler money to be issued directly by the government and without the intervention of banks to be a full legal tender for all debts public and private and to be issued in an amount snCicicnt to meet the bueirmv demands of the people and restore the just level of price of labor and produc tion i that an incrcato of the public interest bearing debt should be prohibit ed and that all laws authoriring indi viduals to demonetize or discriminate ngain t any form of money by private or Hpccial contract should be repealed 11 o i THE many friends of H C Herndon formerlr of this place will rejoice to r hear that he was last week appointed a 1 division deputy collector by Collector Roberts an account uf which appear elsewhere Mr Herndon il pobtuiutter at this place for eight years matter comtniAtiinuer of the Wolfe circuit court under Judge Lilly and last but not least nt one time u valued attache of Tin llKtAln From here he moved to Faintsville where be started a Republi b can paper and under the Harrison rod minietrution was appointed to the saute place he now holds and at the expira tion of his term of service having sold w hill newspaper plant he located at Cnt letUburg Collector Roberts iit to be congratulated in wearing the services of Mr Herndon whom be will find a rood Juno and true We have tried him tV r1rIn FOrXlIEflEBALU J J TOE SOLDIER nor 4yJ rj jy nlgtitOpontny Near by the camp fires flickering lighti Whilst start shine overhead Mr thoughts eft wander to that home Where lat I saw your face When you nod I trere left alone In one tweet fond embrace Tomorrow I to battle go Upon you mountain height With courage I thall meet the foe ISo pray for me tonight Pray to Him whose conquering love Can check the battle fray And bid the soldier look above Where ull iit bright as day And should I Mil by word or ihell And djinc I may be My thoughts Illon my mother dwell So pray tonight for meSA f WILSON Till prevent session of Hazel Green academy promises to be the greatest in its history Already the enrollment iis the largest it has ever had and students are coming in every day to matriculate The Home where all students board illi now comfortably full but Prof Cord with hill usual enterprise has arranged VUjelHskchool are assuredl of the fact that they will come in contact with no contaminat ins evil influence Their guardianthip here is as safe as under the rooftree More fo in fact parentalII Cord and his able corps of a watch every move of each student and check any tendency to indiscretion in latently It is truly the only boarding school in Eastern Kentucky and one of the best and cheapest educational insti tutions in the state It has more gradu ates now holding first clans certificates I as teacher or otherwise engaged in lu crative employment than any other school east of Lexington Those desir fag to do their duty by their children will make no mistake in sending them to hazel Green academy Write Prof Cord for trw etc f W FEVVTLOTHES SCHOOIEK of the Morehead Advance which by the way has recently been enlarged to pages is dancing around like a boyrightII bi 9 first pair of redtop boots town has a bank Hut therell be a hot time in the old town when you want to borrow Billy aid youll find the in stitution wonderfully convenient for I farmers to collect if youre unfortu tunate enough to owe cm anything Tint Louibville Dispatch of Saturday was to stuck on the story II Twice a 1fWtfrom the Atlanta Constitution that it published it in duplicate i1Just before the late Noyembt elec tion tonic one took from my horse a pair of fair leather saddle lmgp Through a friend I have located them and if they are returned where I can get them that will be the end of it If not tome one will have to prove the possession tf DIt J A TAIIHEE I I IITHE NEW WAY j WOMEN used to think female diseases could only be treated alter 10 calI examIna- tions by phyil clans Dread of such treatment Kept thousands of mcdest women client about their suffering The Introduction of Wine of Cardul has now demonstrated that nine tentha of all the eases of menstrual disorders do net require physicians attention at all The simple pure I I Wnof rdu taken In the privacy of a womlins- n home Insures quick relief and needy cure Women need net heltite now Wine cf Cardul requires no humiliating examina resanydteuecf female troubles disordered menses falling cf the womb I makesIbykeeplnthe drug store recWdirectionspar1mentOIThenccn Teen JII1UllUlula I JrlyprutllaafID4lltamtaunMpnpareu I h a A Care f JLtmo Black CIfy daughter when recovering from a4 attack of fever has a grca iufferer from pain in tho back and biptl writes Louden Grover of Sardit Ky 1 After using quite a number of remedies with out any benefit she tried one bottle of Chamberlains Pain Palm and it has given entire relief Chamberlains Pain Balm is also a certain cure for rheuma tim Sold by J T Day Hazel Green if Its Worth Printing the TwiceaWeek CourierJournalWill And Every Democrat Every Repub ican reullwillMeantime we prefer toVake our chance with the conservative Dumo crati fighting within the party to refer lIt of Its rsrcskCH and to restore it to in better uses than to pursue an iguit fatuus which if it had been more rent would pare result I ed in the election instead nt the defeat of I fhichIi can and it will under no circumstances or conditions jiurme a policv whose only eflect iisi to continue the Republican party in pow er THE TWICEAWEEK COlpIJnt- J i 0 U It X A L iti a Democratic paper ofxl- or eight pages issued Wedneiiay and Snt of each week The Wedesdav issue prints all the Clean fIIIIIJ the Saturday issue prints Stories Miscellany Ioetrv all mutters 01 i eciil iuteret in the home It isi edited by Henry Wnttersou Price SI100 a YearYou get 101 good paper+ nf ix or oifht paecc ench fir 1LESS THAN ONE CENT A PtIE- RUSEFUL PREMIUMS I Are jriven Club 1it cry ando d payiiu comnii iou are allouf agectt Daily CourierJournal year 000 Daily and Sunday 1 year 800 Sunday alone I year 210 TwiceaWeek i rJ UrnalIII THIS Him Mm HBHAIiD- f UOTH UNi YEAR For Only SI5OWe have nmden special clubbinparrjiice merit with the TwiceaWeek ourier Jour sal and will tend that paper and ours for the prier named to all our subscriber who will renew and pay in advance or to nil new subscribers win pay in advance Sam pit copies ol CourierJournal tent free application onII fcjrAl Subscriptions under this offer must be sent SPE toII Hazel Green Ky I t j rOO It 1 t sf i Y WATCHES 11-1- till I I I I GOOD ONES at 360B- ETTERI ONES at 600I 4H AJfO LlWAKDj i iI I i iiOOI And Watch TO Repairing I FRED J HEINTZ 135 E slam LEXINGTON KY I C RA S1 Packed Without OIaUIEN FOR FiVe CE TSITbahIprrpntfromtcIlr tae up for the par + e of meting tie prlcUIIteOTIUNSTakB bet tunic tn err yon feet poorlY BwtUow u wtuJ wnh or without tnocnhful or wurr- iTag elw toll aumarh loa bit Ii tentob Mint lo 3up Jcrpi pnJor Ufo An UviUtutbt tooM rinr r bAt tboI Irn newWdRiodOn BTM rtM f dlncmonarofunowrdTn ot aU atIerpJIDa + k It I pivbbte that Mme- tgdenridtwti aIaplrwtenrnlt+ l- qaWmrtdols but in NIT cnu a kiMle artxa rtmUtelu t Abu + 4 w fll trirnt Pxt 2UiomitoranlNMoIrrwlrek VotU Ux eood an Uior I iwillbegpplird1aa5Mleekeiu I e Allw I tbrm ft rAIl uiinrm ot JtroLtrlrrldarncat t todcnntrutou torofl esc 1 OIC canons rrrI wadiI I J YgbYfrIIFORTUNEi reurtrcrethiI and T iurmli I inl I rain l e TOT + nt rrH ntil rft e CVMIIMAVM xiiTiioiiMiLEUi tbo I eivitot milf to mtrkind In nl lead touulu ruKrj ULna NOICE TOT CAT KKII Thee awful odor ofCalurrh dl- apr ri bf lu HM VnndrrInl In Hae IeerandAsthma CirniV ONLY CXHIlKAN11- II 7itH II 1 lT f Uu M4 rer lu kf Bill tO MU tr 4 tr sl w IxtkW ft aortas aal11 CO IIlcl lflN11R 11 ft a 1 HOWARD STAMPER A ATTORKETATLAW- I CAMPTON KY i Will practice in the courts ofWolfe and tbt I adjoining countie All buthieiientrucKd- lo ou eare will receive prompt atttotioDI Grout Clothing AND 1 Overcoat aIe1 COMMENCED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 AT Louis and Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY 140 Mens fine Satnette Overcoats at 1124 other dealers price S4 309 Glens Long Ulsters at So other dealers price S20 405 Cassimere Suits at SlOO other dealers price 450 3oO Mens Cassiniere Suits at So other denIers price 750 2oO pans of Sows Corduroy Pants at 38 cents other dealers price 75 cents 750 pairs of Boys heavy Cassimere Pants at 38 cents other dealers1 1 price 75 cents EVery Deparlmento is Overflowing WI1n Bargas- itr 1 Wc will put on sale 250 dozen liens Tan and Black 12Il price oOo 300 Boys Gum Coats at SlA0 other dealers price 250 Louis Cus Straus LEADING CLOTHIERS KenlnckyI iAtha MJ QCJ = w J neTL M W J NORMAL BUSINESS PREPARATORY Wexi Session nagins mOQaau Jauarg 3310981- Full Courses Sustained in Every Department Collegiate Preparatory Normal Business and Bible Thorough Work is Required in all Studies Pursued The Expenses are as Low as Possible BoardTuitionTuition Scholttr hiii lJoolJellillg Shorthand and Tj e writing COCO For Terra of Turentytlme Weckis For Catalog and further information write to WM H CORD Principal HAZEL GREEN KY no3iEcDAVISCPRACTICAL o BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY C MAKE A rECIUTY OF BUILDING FARM and ROAD WAG WE use the Itt Material and Guarantee aiisfaction CuB and get our and when you need anything of the kind she me your order I Home People get only Honest York and be Happy mbIN THE HORSE SHOEING AND REPAIR DEIARTU employ only skilled labor every man being an artist in his pecU7- your f work ie respectfully solicited I LiverIllsdyspepsia bcadachevconstlwiiouineis j tiki atoln3cblndlgesUoo are promptly fur 1111 Tbey do ttietr wortppodyj ty Hoodslhoroujhly SBestrreputd Scents Jill by C L Hood Co Lowell Mass with ilood SArsaiarllla jbc only 1111 to tke ftE HERALD +LOUSL LlStia Harry Combs of Campton visited his iiiter Mrs II F Iierntt Sunday Mrs Southy Lacyof Lacy creek was Tiiiting in town one day lust week- sWalter McGuire of St Helens wa vititor at John M Roses Saturday andI Sunday Tonal Yansant master corn miFtione r and clerk of the Wolfe circuit court was here Monday The enrollment of pupils in the acad emy is just thirty more than fur the Mme time last year Suire John How the newly ejectedt magistrate in this district paid our olfic a pleasant cnll Tuesday Dr Xictell wts on Tuesday called to of Perkins outee a daughter George Cane creek Morgan county Montgomery find Morgan countie s gave the largest delegation of pupil ataoog the btmrder at the home By the meddling of tome person at Kuiwll Hrob Mill Tuesday the firm lost over 200 pounds of high grade flour There were forty persons in the Bib cl9J at the Christian church last Sun diy Seventyfive or snore are wanted 4 Charley Arnett of Menifev has moved Ito the Swnngo property next the old tannery and will attend the academy Deputy Marshal Gorge Drake was a guest of the Day House Sunday nujht and left Monday morning for Meujfee county Dr Tnulbee reports the birth of v girlI baby tu the wife of William liobimon of the Cox mill neighborhood on Sun day night the + th im t For SaleA firstclass improved White wwiug machine with all attachment and goad nb new court H but will be told for e5 Apply at this office Grant Thomajof St Helen wtn here Saturday in attendance at the lecKmlc of his brotherinlaw II F Iieratt who has been very ill of typhoid fever David Hogwho wrote friends here that he would be in Wolfe county about Christmas afterward changed his mind + sad wrote that he would not com- eTHE ONLY True Blood Pnrificr in the public eye to day is Hoods Sarpaparilla Therefore set Hoods nUll ONLY HOODS Jonas Yanvant recently hold hill Kfd1 river farm 4 miles above Hazel Green to Bee e Oldfied and Hollin Gibb for 11000 and on Monday put them in pas- Beteon Frost Wood of this place hIM an ear ofCOrn containing abut IOOI graius and mjueMs that any farmer who has one to equal it bring the tame to TIIE HrnIn office Mrs Xannie Kash living about a mile below Hazel Green has engaged Samuel1 J Wiljjin to paint her residence inside anllout and the poet artist left Tuesday to begin the work The honest debt paying citizen that takes Tun HKKAII hereafter willI pay for paperjustrt nnother issue after if The wife of Andy Hiankenehip who lin n the head of Gray creek i quitelll and her father and mother W 1 WalliK acidwife were called to tie htr Tuesday ereninp Mrl Naunie Hash who hiw been hit- icg5 relatives and friends in Winchester Clay City Iowell county and other Loinreturuud homo Saturday muchI pleased with her trip No + r that we have reduced the price ofr Tlt E HERALD to FIFTY CENTS A YEARwe hall expect every old sub brineismbfcribcr uk nil s What greater reward eau fany wan yknowinglfellowman 1 utuden j of Hazel Green academy hue yotrafeisn whereheon Saturday afternoons and evenings and do the work in first class style He iis ambitious to secure an education and a not having the money to do to auopU this as a means ef paying his way Many a man who has helped make our state and national laws earned his education I patronizingtartan 1 comes prominent man have the rud satisfaction of saying I helped him toII his education and lave never lied cause to regret iit Tom Hargic iif we mistake not blacked boots to pay his way biJeI Ii studying law and by your aid Harlan may be u great a success as Mr Hargis Mite Ida Murphy youngest daughter of the late Hev Isaac Murphy and willabe united in the holy bond of matrimo ny today at ii oclock Miss Ella Card well of Stillwater and Frank Murphy of the Murphy fork will be attendants trod the ceremony will be performed at the residence of the brides brother W II Murphy on the Murphy fork of Grassy Rev Mr Doan the Congrega tional minister will officiate and alter 1they are pronounced man and wife the uefta will partake of a sumptuous dine ner Rt the scene of the nuptials This over the bridall party will at once Ileave for Frozen creek Kreathitt county Hnal there be regaled with n repast royal at i tire residence of the grooms parent Sum Henry Hurn and wife Then they I will go housekeeping sail spend their honeymoon at home where they ought I to entertain the weekly visits of HKKAID during their natural lived TmII The attention of the merchants of especiallykI to Meyer Kaicheu Smarter and jobbers in dry goody notion hosiery err etc 225227 Race street Cincinnati This firm is one of the last in iu line of trade in the mctropoli of Ohio and already enjoysi a large and lucrative patronage from the merchants in this part of the state Hut p haw I whats the tt e of painting nosegay for Sam sieves or scattering the II1thw1YllIthe woods knows him and likes him and those who have dealt with the house my the other gentlemen composing the tirm are jjust iw clever as sam The following good joke iis told on Dick Ihippf He wan whittling on an ax handle Sunday I last when some unasked N Dick what are you reing to do with your ax handle Going to take it over to the shopand fifMi it replied Dick Why its Sunday man said I his friend Its Saturday retorte i Dick and it took the combined evidence ofJ T Day Fred Day and John Evans j i to convince him that it was really Sun day Now if Dick was a worshiper w ff the wino that ill red or anyother fluid that addles the brain he might bo ex cured but beine an ardent tcctotler 4 ill temporary abberation of mind jis unaccountable and the boys arc carrying him high over it Jesse Adams a valued subscriber of Tin HIUAU who lives on the hill this side of Torrent if the head of one of the most remarkablyl healthyfnmilies w C have ever heard of He and his wife worr married IJ8 or 10 yearn ago and their union hats been bleod with 12 children IIoC whom are livim Pome of the latter are married stud their progeny numbers 20 nil of whom are xln living Thus we hue a total of 552 children and grandchildren and n grand total of 151 living souls including the parental pro genitors and not a single death hay ever marredl the family record I there Kentucky another family that can illII it for healthfulnen I Mrs Mary Nickellofl Lexington is a guest of her aunt Mrs Lou Day of this place She was called hero by the ill ne s of her mother Mrn LSnio Maxey who has been here fur ome time The numerous friends ofII Mis Mary SUII she in fondly called were delighted to I see her once more in Hazel Green and will be sorry to see her tense which she will some time this week or the first of next accompanied by her mother Wonderful are the cures by Iloodg Saraparilla nnd yet it is only because as the one true blood purifier it makes pure rich healthy lifegiving blood Hoods Pill fur the liver and bowels act caEiJy yet promptly 26c j Thg conditfonof Henry rieriUwat yesterday considered slightly worse than for a few dove prior and fnqnlry rid night just before going to press elicited CooperHtnrylIsame ponibly a shade better J A Tulbee He is having every attention possible and Dr Thomas of Ezel is with Dr Taulbee constantly at his bedside Wo hope with other friends to hear of change for the better today John Muusey who was born nnd rear ed in this county and who lived at this place tome 15 years ago committed sui cide at Lagrange one day last week by taking JH grains of morphine He had been tiring in Louisville since he left here and for the last few yean led a very dissolute life Drink 611there him to commit the dead which ended in death lie was born on Stillwatcr I Hoe Nickell of the Murphy fork whe recently had the misfortune to lose his house by fire baboul completed his new residence on the old site and those who have seen it say it is a much better anti more convenient edifice than the one burned Nearly everybody living on his creek assisted him in putting up the new building and he is proud to have such good neighbors Only two of the boarders at the home have had the measles and they contract ed them while at their homes One tlf them is now well and the other COil nl peeing Prof Cord apprehends no fur ther spread of the disease and Dr Tutu bee who had charge of the cater think he hay it virtually checked No man or woman in Wolfe county or in the mountains for that matter Is new too poor to Milwtribo to Tin lint AMI Just think of getting a bright newsy paper every week in the year rri 1Nt tiinn sue cents week Can yiu atlon to be without it when it only eotsts you FIFTY CENTS A YEAK Mik9 Lizziu Iieratt daughter of Jte Me lieritttof the Gren1 y forkof lilac water was taken quite ill Sunday and ih threatened with pneumonia In copse quence her father who wen here atttin1 ing the bedside of his nephew Henry 1 1itratt has bteu closely confined to hit own homo Boone May of White Oak swapped his form of 125 acres fIn White Oal creek Morgan county to the farm of aburoIkuutrnabout 75 acres more or less and Mr hockey gets SiOO to 1olt II Clay HITIHOII recently appointtt deputy collector of the Seventh interns revenue district haw written his brother illlaw John 1L Iieratt that he wil move to Mt Sterling to live within thl next mouth Mrs Hrbeccu Nickell wife of W N Nickell and his sinter Ms Sophronn gave our oiiice a pleasant call Thursday but were disappointed in not seeing th againdOur colored friend Noah Taylor re quests us to return thanks to the peopl of Hazel Green who so kindly minis erect to his wants whip 11 c was dow with rheumatism Topics fox sermons at the Christian church Sunday are Hit Kingdom a 11 am and Something lleyoud a GH5 p m fjC11 It Cronp whooping cough and colds arc quickly allayed and danger averted by DR BEL- LSPINETAR HONEYThis famous remedy will cure an attack of croup in the time it Everyhomethe time of need It iis an infallible remedy for all bronchial and lung affections Bald bjr droMfcu M ice loc wrfjl pw tcaor sect dhtct on rotipt of pno 17- Tte L X mmr U lMl aster C11W If 1 An Open Letter HAZKL GREEN KY December 20 1897 MR Dear Sir You will pletsc excuse me for in trading on your valuable time but as I have not hall the pleasure of seeing you for some months past I thought I would once more per haps before lentil remind you of a solemn oc currence that took place long long ago Now this is a painful duty for me to perform and k perhaps when you receive this sad intelligence your own heart will be burdened with sorrow But I should keep you in suspense no longer In days past and gone you bought of mo goods under a solemn promise that payment would be made in a few lays What on earth is the matter Ate you lead or still living 1 If dead write me and 1 will donate the amount to the education of your children But if still living fulfill your promise Call and pay what you owe me and thereby increase vpur pros pests for the Eternal City Dont let the devil tempt you any longer But rise up in your manhood fwd fulfill the teachings of the Holy Writ ri Own Jo Jkfan nyiiziig II Yen respectfully P F PIERATT I U 4 14 E RUSSELL BROTHERSlI MILLERS AND SAWYERS j asm l i mnrhlneryu= I i ittt cEllaturd will iMiunntee patNfattioM in al1 cares Siirid duce Ttl DA YS KHIIM YS and S ATI1 It DA Y Tvll OneKklitli = Building Material of All Kinds arrI rlp 1 jawing at p r lOtO feet or on the halves and we can on shunt notice tlrIIltnllilOOR s IND CEILING WKATJIKKHOAIIUINU SHKETING Hnd e = sill kind If Building Mattrial in wood at tIlt LOWEST IKICE When you want to save money give us a coil Our I j 141 = LL E IxxJ=i i1s the finest ever erected in thl + sfctinn and since we have been =1 I in charge of it we have made AS UOOI FIUJK AS JAN HE 1 =t s IKOWVKi IN aNY PART OK UHK siAlE frm the same t i qUlllityofWhIIwhitl and sweet Bring UH good wheat i I you find will get good lour in return Try tin TliatV the 11 andII =out 14= OUR WATER MlfcriI IAt Snradlinp on Red River iis now in operation ami we nre IfII = ptred to rnike attperior miiility of meal at amo toll RhovlII c mill will GRIND KVEItYI DAY IN THIS WEEK =IIClptN1 Eliciting time public patronage we remain =l ti EDUCATIONJL1 yoiunf 1111111 or voting WOIUUM who would win MccctM In life This lilnp conrirdid ft JNi of ita nut Importatice 1ft get your traiuiut tt time School Ibat stands in the very front rank the BRYAUT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville Ky BOOKKEEPING Write bfautlliil orSHORTHANDniilTELEGRAPHY inciire BanK I WINCHESTLIl KY N H WITllnSPOON PreMlent- Jt n II UNTEK Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Baqk solicit the accounts of mer chant farinerv traders and business urea generally throughout Eastern Kentucky and offer Iu customers every facility and the most liberal tenon within time limits of Icgitlaiate banking oetlB1y J 1 TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK JIT STERLING KY a CAPITAL 1200000 SURPLUS lil0oo o J il DIOfrrAFF President G L4 Presldatw 1 0Were rectfuJlyioIdtthebain iofZer chants farmer trader and Iiaiiaeti aiea generally throughout TLHttern Kentucky A pcncral iankjiifr bctlnflirdci jnA chance to rend von 4 taHlp fMv r jobs checks and Jcsa TOO81f1rf1 iJK4l iee W Tuo ortJ n1 a 4ff 1 y + f t t jtl 1 j fi j i m WEDDING lEIjLS Us Nora Oliver lid Mr Rush 0 James Mailed Saudayj w yi 1 JThoro vraa a quiet wedding at the l lie me of Mr And Mrs Marion Oliver a I f clock p tn Sunday Decembor19th 1807 the contracting parties being Miis Nora Oliver and Mr Kuah 0 James In the presence of the family and imrac late relative ef tho contracting parties the nuptial knot was tied by Rer Sprlggs of tho Bnptlst church t l Tho bride la ono of the successful s teacher of this county and at present IU employed in a distrlctt near home and villl continuo until uh e finishes tho pres ent tern Bhe possesses tlio faculty of Making friends and iaquito popular with all who know hor The groom ia a young farmer power ing the grit nit determination to make a success of btulncss Wad has given an evidence of his good judgment in select ing so amiable a young lady to bo his wifr Both aro members of good families anti have Many friends who wish them unalloyed ploasuro and n realization of their fondest dreamt and to all this the Courier extends its indorsement and Us congratulations Charleston III Cour ier The progressive ladies of Westlleld lad issued nil Womans IEdition of thin Westfteld News hearing ditto of April a 189C The papor Is filled with stouter of interest to women and wo notice tbo following from ft correspondent which tho editors printed realizing that it treats upon a matter of vital importance t their sex The best remedy fur croup colds and bronchitis thus I have been ahlo to find Is ChamberlainH Cough Remedy For family use it hat no equal I gladly recommend it 2j ant 00 cent bottles fur sale by J T Day Hazel GreenA u Spoiling Tost If you can spell every or1tcorrectly in the following rhU1cI1l legitimate expressions you may consider yourself qualified to enter spoiling bco Stand up yo spellers now and spell Spoil phoimkiitoscopc and knell Or take sumo simple word ai chilly Or gauger or the garden lily To spell such words as syllogism And lachrymose ami synchronism And Pentateuch and saccharine Apocrypha anal celadimi Jepninc anti homeopathy Paralysis nod chloroform Rhinoceros aural pachyderm Metempsychosis gherkin IKIMJIIO Is certainly no cuss task Kaloidouwpo and Tennessee Kamtchatka curd erysipelas And etiquette and wissufras 1H Infiillible and ptyalism i Allopathy anti rheumatism And cataclysm mold bcleaijur Twelfth elgthteenth rendezvous in triguer And hosts of other words all found On EnglMi and on clawic ground Thus Baling Straits rind Michaetinns Thermopylae jalap Havana ClluqucCollaI1IIIIICllcllllnlI1 And Ruppalmnnock nud Shcnnndouh And Skuylkill mid n thomrnd more Arc words some prime good spellers miss In dictionary lands like this Nor need ono think himself a acroyle If sonic of thcxo his effort foil Nor Icon himself undone forever To miss tho name of either river Tho Dneiper Seine or Guadalquivcr Boston Journal If you are n true friend of the Cd IU- eM HKRAID and we have always so considered you you will now RO to work nnd help us to get tho 1000 new sub BCrlbcrs which vo want added to our list wlthrn the next thirty days Go tell your neighbor tho good rows and induce him to subscribe Tell your friends F theFA Now Form oi Personalities Tho old stylo of portraying famous people through n sketch orlIbiog raflay is to be modernized The Ladles Homo Journal during 1808 Five of the most prominent Americans have been chosen for the departure President McKlnley Mrs Cleveland Mark Twain JoMphJoilbMon and Thomas A Edison Each will have n special article which will consist of about fifteen or twenty fresh unpublished stories nnd anecdotes strung together each anecdote showing conic characteristic trap m presenting n different side of tho subject Tho idea is to show famous personalities through their own doings anti sayings and to make these articles accurate tho role tines andclosest personal fricudsof tho nubjccti hnvo assisted and given to the drrt F r- oa JouftaaMho brat storica and anecdotes within their own knowledge Each ar title will thus represent the closest view of the one sketched No authorship will ho attached to any of tbo articles thosetwho owe this office PLEASE como in and pay us To you it may seem but a small amount butlnil will pay us what they owo wo can make the paper n great dent better and not bo worried to I IlljtodaI Illj j Roberts Mr M 0 Cockrell of Mt Sterling division deputy collector In the Seventh internal revenue district for the Inst four years and prospective uppointco of Judge Cooper as master commissioner f Montgomery county has tendered his resignation to Collector Roberts to take etlect at once and it has been accepted Mr Cockrellis ono of the best men in the rerenuu service in this evcrII and ho retires with the esteem and 01elatclcommissioner and Judge Cooper is to congratulated his selection boII The reiignution of Mr Cockrell has been generally anticipated and a half dozen worthy Republicans in Eastern Kentucky have boon applicants for thin place Owing to the frequent rum ri from Washington that the deputy col llectors were to be taken out of the civil Colo1 lector Roberts land taken no steps to 1111 i the expected vacancy in order to give I nil applicants an equal chance to be heard IIII case thin rulct wore suspended iI On receipt of Deputy CockreHn rClligjj nation to take e fleet at once Collector Roberta was compelled to go to the civil service eligible list for his successor and way fortunate to tied at the head of thin list of those eligible for deputy collectors I the name of Mr Clay Herndon of Cut Icttsburg a loading Eastern Kentucky Republican who help the name position under Collector McDowell with credit to himself and worthy chief Mr Herndon j upol1lhiMr Cockrell U the first Seventh lll1 trict Democratic deputy collector to re sign and this iis the first vacancy Collec tor Roberts huts had a chance to till from thin civil service eligible list Lexington Leader Tan 7 j u Tenons who are troubled with indigos I tint will be interested in the experience of Win II 1enn chief clerk in the railway mail service at DCS Miiines lownjj who writes It gives mo plon nrctrt testify to the merits of Chamberlains ClIe Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I For two years I have Hiitlbrcd from inill gest ion and am subject to frequent I + ovcro attacks of pain in the stomach and bowels One or two doses of this remedy never falls to give perfect relief Price to and 50 cents for sale by 1F Day hazel Green Legislative Officers HBXATB Speaker pro tomWes Ooobel Chief clerk Win Cromwell AftsUtnnt clerkJas E Stone 8crgclIItntnrllliChM g Somers Assiiitant serjeantatarms Win Klair Enrolling clerkMrs Civtwcll Hen nettDoorkceptrRobt Tyler Cloakroom kcopcrJolur M Rice 1ages Harold Lay Garth Ferguson and John Norris Chairman of the senate Win Ooobel ClICII5TlonI Itotu- SpeakerJ C W Uecklmm Chief clerkC llrcck Hill As lstant clerk Green H IKellar Enrolling clerkhenry WiIIlnm- llSorgomttnrmllIcrey Hilly i Dour keeper W MI Lyons Cloakroom keeperGeorge Kendric- kJnnitorMortna Swango I Pagesllolbuld Alexander Lackey anti Snodgrass A Now II Gibson Girl A new Gibson girl drawn bythe fatuous artist C D Gibson will make I her debut in print as the cover design i for the February Ladies Ileac Journal The now trslrl ii the artists own little r daughter who at ouo year ofago willi bo shown as drawn by her clover Tho legand under the picture iIIIIt IIII VnlcntlneII j Win H Cord preached nt the Public i Square on last Sundny afternoon To Onro a Gold in One Day 11 Tnko Laxative Uronio Quinine Tablets 1 All druggists refund money if it fails to I cure 2oc ii- T ii I e H 1 T O = t SUBSCBIBI TOD4YI l FOR THEM j LL- i LHAZEL1 i l GREEN HEHALIioooooo- oiooooo 1 l I Ji iiJi oooooO OOOOOO trooaooooooeaooeoaoooo000000oooooeeoseooooo0000000 ooocoooooo i Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and t 1 His Continent and pronounced by Press tII and People to be the Premier of Local iti Papers on the American Continenttt II SPENCERfc COOPER Owner and Editor I Only 50 Cents a Year KENTUCKYltjiI I t t t J JIII 1 J rlJf 8J OJli0 f1l I rJ 1 ooooo ooO 04000000004POOb0000089 I1Natest Prettiest und Brightest Wo I tiki pleasure in acknowledging that HAZKII GUKKN HKUALD in ono of thin neat lt 1thoi prettiest brightest and best papers i t- ri Kentucky and wo dont charge a rent forI tjs saying so It dosorvoa HIICOOSS and will have i it Heattyvillo Kntofpri o i j jCOl9frlors It ti Curo for Disoaso i I henry Iierutt writing from West Liberty itinNovember 1887 said Send my MIUAU on as usual Without it 11 could not digest a IL IwuntlU1 1 1 I n thousand things too tedious to mention tJlJ Jnfact L consider it a sure curo for consump I t tion fever and ague heart diseasei headache 3i L Cc c rri Ho Knows Whoroof Ho Speaks tJ THK HAKI GitKKN HKKAIH iis putting in illItjj1 tilorntiml it morits The mountain section minerals and metals and a system o- t f roads would facilitate the development o hithisl valuable m ctiou of the state Stir them at up Bro Cooper we are for you down this IfIJIwayLexington1 Observer t Doing a Commendable Work lsJjj THK HAZEI GUNKS HKUAID iis devoting ai great deal of space to tho very commendable III workof securing good roads It wants the legislature to appropriate money to build oooeooooo000 0000oooooaooooo4 j turnpikes in the mountains Hig Sony News Ono of tho Ablest nnd Dost Papers in tho State TIIK HAKKI GItNraI rHIrnI1 iiill iV intthe mountains and we know of no suction where mich roads would pay butter than in the region which iis thin home of THK HKUAM ono of tho ablest nut hOSt papers in tho state dipt Havens SentinelDemocrat Neatly Printed tind Full of News t 1Tin HAKI GKKKN HIJUAID of lust week II 1vats the neatest printed paper that reached 1this office llesidos its splendid is full of nows MrI Cooper Iit and editor iis n printer fromnpIHul1l1ceIIIIII takes pride in presenting with a neatly printed paper full i itU1tr1iulurprisuThe Beit Paper in Eautorn IContuolcy TIIK HAXKI GUKKN Iii utrn is the best pn per in Kastirn Kentucky and business men Is I lrolitft I i Tlio Progressivo Editor ICol Spencer Cooper tho ablo talented and IIthois in the city mixing with his old hnHuIany of our Lexington merchants got n good run of business from that they Lexington should place Tress an l1din Tin J IwctionII fulaaooaooooooeooooo00oooooaoooooaoooootoaooooooooooaoooJ +oooaoooaooooo0000000000000000oooooaaoeo4oooa i The above taken at random from the thousands of boauetsEi tossed to THE HERALD shows the esteem in which it is held Iboth at home and abroad and if you are not now a subscriber I JJ I should enroll your name at once and pay in your dollar 1 PrInting of Every Kiiin neatly and Promptly EX8Gnto- ffrGiyo5 mo your patronage nut accopt my gratitude I = = =4 =t 11 rIrrrI r11rr1 = Z IIr r110 11rr w r- a a v L