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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fTtlEJtHu zELQREEN IIERAIi ti J i u antabl shod March 4 1835 Made Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and Ills Continent by Max bRoll PKNCKK wier nnil COOlKll KUIlor Tile Oldest MOII Popular Most Widely Circulated dllostQubtd pper r Iis the Kentucky Mountains iiOiuADVANCE y R- J = = Jml = = = =THIRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 17 1SOS NUMBER 4tilA =4 WOLFE COUNTY Sffanao Springs Sayings i II C Shoeky of Daysboro visited the Springs Sunday 1111 Swango started for White Oak today mn buSIUCSStrip- J T icvedon of West Liberty spent Tburfuynight al L aprnga Walker Lowe of Morgan county CAme over to visit Ills parents and lute the measles Riley Patrick and wife of Leo City riiMtcd the family of Thos Clait Satur day and Sunday Those on the silk list this wool art jlisses Ktta Swaiigoand Myrtle Jackson and Lark LowesMrs Margaret Ouey I family It D Motley xnd wife nod charming dan latcr Mii s Ninnio of Conflation pent ono day lost week with 11 11 S rsng and wife Feb 15 Uxo Dayslioro Doings Hi Clay Lacy Wont HI Mulct Green today Sylvester Norman was in Daysboro today Dr John A Tanlbco was in Daysboro TuesdayMort Plenut of Hazel Ircenwnt in town today 4 IJent Little went to Hazel Green one dsy this week Frank Duke went to Hazel Jreon one diy this week John Cox of Tolher was in 1Daysbaro one day this week Uucle Komus of Gilmore was in Daysboro this week Elsbnry Little of Gilmoro was in tonaone day this week George Drake of Campton was in DJs Qru one day this week 1H Hartticld of Lynchburg Va vts in Day boro ono tlns thin week Curt Lacy of Hazel Green passed through Dajsboro toiler on his way to Jackson Miss Martha Young of the Lee City neighborhood was hopping in Daysboro Thursday Nat and MUs Carrie Amyx and Miss Mollie Little went to Hazell Green to church Sunday K lan lFrank Is sin of hazel Green passed through Daysboro today on their way to Jackson George Davis and wife nee Miss Rebecca Brook of Kzel were visiting their cousin John E Brooks one day this week Henry Shockey lleft this morning for liia uew home Oil White Oak ami the teams which mauled him oycr will move Mr May to the property vaeatud by Mr Shock e There is a dead horse lying near the colored schoul house if removed would give Prof Austin and leis pupils a chance to breathe pure air to say moth log of other peoplu who conic to our little village Yhooleof lacy creek was thrown from her ntrse and if she had not fallen in lied Seriuuiinjurie whenimmersioni TittlDial I itcdLeeI enjoyed a good supper at the home of I ClayRosetllospelliligbee schoolhouseenjoyedourselfI Feb lb CIIAKMI TopicsGeorge n was the SundayAndy over to SundayBjust from It protracted visit in Morgan county measlesandcr I if0 Thomas is teaching1 a writing lieIsi pentnnnlicdfist nt the rcsid nce of W1 Clark old Uncle Hilly Clark lie was nearly 100 years old Greenwav8YGtxingl i log around Henrys What he was look log for we cannot Htato tleetingattoTlfieW Sunday The sleeting was FrenchburgtalkerIeb15 SparklesM onoeI 1 itlte Smith vas visiting at R IJCar east week f frP Ciarro11 sold to Talt Mullina one IDe heifer for 20 i T D TV InrL Y M- ke il == =I Hrenthitt dayBetaInstvicekI t on IIollv creek t D Jplto Moore last dI I ulletradedR D 1oc i I Itftrll3 keepertJonathan r IlI also one cow to a Mr llatton to rI 15 M1 Cecil bus been appointed by the county court supfrintfiuKnt to changi a road on this creel and will commence work as soon as the weather opens up A T1 Cotnbs sheriff of Wolfe county hind IKKI bushels of corn belonging i C tV Miller levied on to selI but failedI to COIIIP to the sale Wo learned that the debt was rlpleicllISquire JI X ChambersI 1 has seven cases to try before his court next Wed nesday They are for lIterehof tin pence and the parties are all llolloiis andalso females with the exception ofr i ouu Ve hoar the name of our fellow l OUIIjj tyuiRii Joseph P Hcto mentioned rs aI probable candidate represent us in tIllI next legislature and muld heI enter the wouIhnTerep re vntativo which we snot justly feel proud of Come dung roc we nre rorI you Feb MI 0 MKU A Leo City Lilacs Hurrah for Tin HKUAIP James WiUon af Daysboro was inII I tetra Monduy David Linden of Gilmorc was in town Wednesday Till wife of Floyd Arnett i3 in a very critical1 condition Miss Margaret Patrickof Johnion iis ajttnding school here Huckhannan Hose of Grassy was in town Thursday on business James Wheeler of Walnut Grove enrolled at school here Tuesday lilt Williams of Morgan county enrolled at school hero on Monday last A M r Spencer representing a hat i hllLlit ill FrillaIItaltimorc was in town Vest Norman of Daysboro was in town Friday Look out buys if you are into it Wm Clair of this place wont to 1omlro toll Mencfee county on busii1 seas H SatnrdII to John M lhse 7 head of cattle for the sum of CGS Linden Thompson of MagolHn county t passed through town Sunday on route ii for Hazel Green iI A Mr Moore representing a patent I medicine house of Illinois i was with ii merchants i our Thursday A Mr Piney reprcenting a grocery company was in town Friday and soul our merchants some goods Bore to the wife of Thomas Helton of above town on the Ith1 iiiRt an vS j pound girl also to tine wife of Charley Patrick a 9 pound girl Miss Malvery Smith of Campion iis i i I AllderlOIl1Iwari I music lessons to the daughter r- I Andersun Hiss Malvery is an accom plished musician Tho energetic agent for Tin Hntu Arbury iirooks was in town ThllrllI night nUll took in the ntertIl lulI o given by the school Among others wh attended were HufordNirkell of Grassy Dial Jonoof Newport JellVrcon Cruey I of lacy creel Woodson Little of Days born and others Tho mountain people are after so long a time awakening to a sense of their duty towards tho proposed line f railroad which Inns been a subject of dis cession for four years pat The people of the mountains see clearly that they can never prosper until they enjoy tho blesiugof a railroad That the road is g ing to bo bunt at once there ii4 no doubt mid the people will realize the new era that will dawn on them in their mountain homes It is believed by some and hoped by nanny that the in habitants of tin little town of LPC City will soon be awakened by the shrill whis tIc of the locomotivei Feb 111 TUTJIIX MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat J P Motley says ho would marry ii- a in minute W II Blankcnship went to Clifty Saturday Will Perkins was in this vicinity buying cattle Monday James lllankenship of Vortex iill visiting friends and relatives in thii vicinityYour scribe went boat riding Sunday ye may bo sure it was an Vnfoyablo ride for Dilly Campbell wa- A 1A lhf irty 1J F U Wanteafiooo me f- I NVonien Boys and Girls to subscribe fOol Till HKKALD 3for the year lADS ami that II may secure them at once T will for tilt next Thirtyi Days tike them at Fifty I Cents a Year PAYAWF IX AnVANCK 1T t tHE iERALD oils theI oldest most popular most widely circulated and mo t ijttittedt t1tltcr in the mountains of Ka stern KtI11 tlhIallll acknowledired bv- tIHtS and people to be tthe acme oft American cimnlrv- ncwspajiers J1II ghpI ALL THE NEWS ElllltlI i people and so 1 Iiahhwitlw1 that it is nearly always referred to in the endearing term DEAR OLD IIKKALD Xo other local paper in Ken ttlll1ever attained national and international reputation Unequal itlIHI no other loldI paper l1l KentuckyI lady contributor front across the briny leel11c have two And for the present year LSOS JrllI HEILU1 iD promises to 1 be TIIANt BEFOREIThough price 1S This oiler tis open to ill new subscribers and allold 0111I who pay up arrearages anti one realm in advance Those 11ionce renewed under thislat oiler which will be in force FOR THIRTY DJIYS OILYO L isloI jup Jill then abuse us for not I ILlx1el1I 1 I IIsubscribe is loll and tthen I you are assured of having the paper paid for for 1I months lad of receiving it r2 weeks Subscribe today and tell all your neighbors how cheaply they may receive the paper and save the trouble of bor rowing l lltl the low price of 50 CENTS A YEARI no person can allbrd to not take itamI wo shall expect every one of our friends to bring one neW suhs1ibcJ each at least Go to work friends and help us to make our list of paid up subscribers omen 2000 If all our friends will heartily 1ielp us we will have upah + l r I 0 I I at the stern Hut we withhold the name I of tho other passengers H H Blnllken hip has gone to Lick int river to move Noah Long to Salom I this w l7- I N H Nickellof hazelwas visiting J IIS Kickell this week who is still can to his route j Green Phillip of the Murphy fork ever to an Oldfield to look for a IlOl Saturday mold Sunday IU Cecil the bright little girl of Fdl I1 Cecil has tho thanks of thin church fo her voluntary service Saturday ioek Stamper of time Chapel bus II cut that comes down the chimney whet then ba tin on as often as it comes in at the door Mr 1i WallSs was culled to Hiram I ags Tuosday morning to hi at the huryiiT of his child which riled last 11irt of spinal meningitis Feb 1J TunPiiAKi If you Are a true friend of the t dea r old Hiiivu mud we have always so clinidorcd you you will now go to work and hoi us to get the 1000 new sub libers which wo want added to our us t Ij tlilIfrieulI9YervwhPreI paper ist FIFTY CINTE JYEAH Dig Luuibor Deal I1lulttI mud Floyd Day oC this i plr w riitiirnid Tuesday afternoon from Now York where after a weeks nego tiation they on Wednesday closedra laptfo lumber deal which will ho of con sid rahlt intorc t not only to the citi j zuns of the eastern Kentucky mountain generallyThe i of Non York through Jfeckncr Jnuett Iluyt1al j itcluding its new saw mill plant at Rcattyvillf and the logs from itMtnltl yig timber in Hreathilt Terry ICtiott and Letchcr menthes The considera lion is over JOD000 Mr Swan with iris ample means mutt his connection withI the big bunking IHHIMJ of Inmnn Swan t Co of New York and Mr Day him self a man of mortis and the most promi sent lumberman in this portion of I he state making an unusually strong firm These two gentlemen also own practically all the stockof the Clay City Lumber recentlyboughti I i II11c11plallillg1 I Red river at Clay City Day ii i tine principal owner of tho IDay llros II Lumhcr Companys saw mill plant on the Kentucky river at Jackson He ii- is president of both the mast named con panics The combined concerns cxpec t lUll actual annual output of m0 nOnp feet of poplar lumber besides a large 1I1111jIIi these will bo to ninny of our eastern counties whose chief product is timber Messrs Day and louett report an ex cellent feeling in financial circles of tine metropolis mind a general concurrence III the opinion that wo are on the eve of periodof great business activity mill1 ptrospcritY1hnchester Democrat Just before the late November election fome one took from my horse a pair of fair leather wuldlo burgs Through a friend I have 1 located them and if they are returned where I ennui get thorn that will lu the end of it If not some one will have to prove till possession tf Dit 1I A TACinri M Ioniiniuileateill 1 Colored Citizens Complain Mr Austin the colored teacher at Dayhoro would bo plotted to have a dead horse moved front near the schoolhouse where it fell in a ditch mud died Ho nays he lung been in mutiny puce but never hind to walk over a dead horse line eltolars all like their teacher very much mind would like to have him teach fur them again next session Mitybo wo can get him to stay if tho horse jis moved Myrtle Franklin daughter of diehard Franklin who Inns been sick fur tho pas two weeks is now able to be put again SuiElt No man or woman in Wolfe county or in the mountains for that matter now too poor to subscribe to TUB lira A li Just think of getting a bright forIono you to bft without it when it only costs you FIFTY OKXT3 A YEAH Tin llKUAU man about town dropped into lulu II PierattWiddlery shop yesterday on a hunt for news and wan attracted by tho handsome display of saddles on exhibition two of which ho was told were the famous Minnihan pattern and they are beauties Mr Pieratt with tine able assistance of Ills colaborcr Fleyil Bailey is turning out as nice a line of fine saddlery mid liar ness ins any shop can show and it will pay those In quest of high quality to give him a call Lookout for hhad io the near future J d t N lr4 R d Tho Ohio and Kentucky Rnllroid lw Mliraa the lending projector of p the Ohio and Kentucky railroad aud his squad of civil engineers with tholr tents and surveying ficcbufrenitnltH arrived in our city lust Sunday night and put4up at the Arlington lintel Karly the next morniiig tho surveyors commenced operations at tine tunnel helots town 1hoy nro now actively ungngtdon the proposed line and will complete the work iu a short time An U1lposdra + l K between Klkatawa and Jackson and thence runw by way of Frozen croqk R i auld thin Must and State fond jerks of licit UVIT in Wolfe and Morgan coon 5 ties to1 the terminus onCnney crook 1 countyTheI d tow nnls securing ten milesof tho iihrht- of way distrihuied over dillbrent HectionH or party of tho line and as won as thii 1 is secured It if safe to say that work m tho road will be commenced in earnest It is hoped nothing of n serious nature will confront the projectors iu securing I I tlJoyIllIl1once 1 It has been of tell askedwill this roads j I t1olsubjectI rolucoOII Itie pro pfutA atthtt prcsenl ti inn for building tine road wore hover brighter I i j craniajHe sold that a great deal depended upon the 11II1UlthtllIll encouragement thO I + the enterprise If they would warm to it and do nothing to obstruct it the road would certainly isjcapital tlwuiltl tho road fine nutation is asked will this now road be ofIIY benefit to Jackson Wo believe it will though sums hold to it contrary opinion without gnarl tenable grounds 1Ve believo it will benefit us all We hove always contended that railroads buildup a country and tho fuel that lltoje sections without theta rttmaiit dormant and unprogressivo hint spring into life mold progress when pene trated by them is positive proof of their vast betinfits Everybody realizes and sees till wOIIII1I1IldlIlIccmelIt miido in Hreathitt county sluice the lL C Ki lodicountJtI symIIn this connection It is gratifying to note tine fact that within n radius of thirty mules of Jackson two new railroads will be conducted and ono extended unmaking a total of TO milts of now track TIll K N I I it H Iis sure to Ile extended tenjmllll son to Walnut Grove A great impetus in tailroad construction it is thus stein is now upon this section mind it menus a great awakening in life activity and Ilrogrercit1mid advancement neycr dreamed of It requires no prophet to foretell what imflr11olIIUtI inns and those that will be added in tho near future We believe our little city has tho brightest future of nay town of its alto in Easter Kentucky It is sure to grow and become great Jackson Hus tier HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common glass with urine mud let it Aland twentyfour hound a sediment or settling indicates a this eased condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it iis positive1 evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pith in tine brick is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO HO sotoflen expressed that 1rRo-ot ithin great kidney remedy fulfills c every wish In fclelnpalolo tin back kldQes liver bladder and ererypart jytine urinary paisaga It correcteiIu bility to hold urine and scaldinz brie in passing Itor bad cflccts following use ftotIliquor wino or lbeer and overcome that r 1 unpleasant necessity rif being tn nedI i to get up ninny limes durinjr tine might 3 to urinate The mild mild tine extraordinary cflect of Swamp Boot is soon t realized It ntanda the uighost for ltasly= wonderful cures of the most dlstrcwlBff 1tcases If you need n medicine yAU- should have tine beat SollJbr dnfta rJorsent free by mail mention Tllk HAUL Guinx HKUALD and send i ur fjill pest i oflico address to Dr Kilmer k Co wt IJingllamlton N Y The proprietFof this paper guarantee th lenuiQe8 41 of this ofler tr i I iI1W This is the pUc U buy old pepir IIJ II tf r t 0 1to bt iJ JremJi II 1Jfc HB HERALD r sPENCER C00m Enter r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Fob 17 J898 THE appointment of a rank outsider x to be postmaster at Lexington remind UB of another instance of Mr McKinleya ingratitude and wenkncwi in nppoinling Leslie Combs pension agent That Mr Comb ii worthy and well qualified and a gentleman withal not a man or woman in Kentucky who knows him will for a moment question nor can anyone blame him for his efforts to secure the place Jilt Mr McKinley owes bin preferment to the Republican party of which the L Grand Army and the old soldiers arc undoubtedly the ruling spiritsthe bone sadsinew as it were and their claims fcknuld have been entitled to first con ld eration However the president may try to harmonize that element in the future it will rankle in their brccnts an MI intuit and the boys in blue will feel that they have been ignored Hut it Iin an ill wind that blows nobody good and oe the Democratic party will profit by bin oversight it wan perhaps the best thing that could have happened for Kentucky AllH well that ends well A HowAitn STAMritn our fpreient county attorney of Cnmpton honored TUB llKRAM office with n call Tuesday and in the oourne of conversation on the current events of the dRY politics etc we incidentally learned that he will likely enter the lieu for congressional honors in the coming content Whether this is a final determination with him will develop within tbo next few day und if no the fur will fly Howard has the courage of his convictions and an energy that in indefntignhlc when he undertaken a task even though seemingly insurmountable lie hUll been twice elected county attorney hut nil above indicated IIHR greater ambition andwill contest with the other candidates every loch of ground to the goal of nomination mid they will find him a focman worthy their steel Ho has n host of relatives in this his native county and king pen pie and friends galore throughout thn mountains every ono of whom will work for him to the end Tin II mlA Ill acknowledges with pro found thanks the receipt ofn copy of II Essays on Social Topics direct from the author Lady Oook the Viscountess r de Moutsorrat neo Tennessee Clallin Doughty House Richmond Surrey ling Innd and iis Insured that wo have rend the volume with both pleasure and profit Beside being of unusual intcrctit II from cover to cover it contains a tw pugo frontispiece portrait of Lady Cook and her husband Sir Francis Cook Hart the Viscount do Mnntncrrat Severn of Lady CookH essay have appeared in TlIK IlKKAU recently and our readers play confidently look forward to tho en joymcut of ninny more during coming months espeully when we enlarge to eight pages which will bo quite noon Lady Cook is a versatile writer and as vigorous nw versatile but what we must r nduiiro in her U Unit she calls IIn spado u rpadi1 null there is nothing of the Hycophant her style SKNOR liE LOMI Spanish Minister nt I Washington recently wrote a letior to his friend Senor Cnvnlejas at Madrid in the which he expressed very iincoin- plimuutary opinion of President McKin t tll1lletter 1 I Junta lIl Now York and its cJntcnts I wero mnilo known to tho state depart L went lt Lomos recall was dumandcd t of thu Spanish govtfiimuht nl once and upon thn hypothesis that that govern meat wouldL iignore tho donund thus lidding insult to injury war scornedl 5m lament In that Cure thin boligeroncy of Cuba would have boon nt oniO nclcnowl edged the Dons would have got a spider iu their dumpling and Cuba would hove been free Do Lome niticipating the I IIc lon of tho Suite department cabled his resignation which was nceptcd and f c tho cotisummaticn so devoutly tote- I wished died a bornln1 j trtltKentucky llegisiftiUroi8iiJHgriudI lIJnfJiwny ljut Clio grist qo far voritegii 4rr 16 piyrthfr toll They were so eager toI x jloBiu i a fliat tijey have done I fenf than VJ Jf WjIflW piIUwAnilt yep there is an hbnndanco 4t LbIJ t jJh t it tl t iJJtocf1J1IltlistnM lit 1 1I i v a J A LUETOART the Chicago sausage maker last week sentenced to life imptiioruncnt for tho murder of his wife denies that he made uusage of her though il has been all along suspected end says that tho U S Supreme court will free him JOHN BOSIET formerly editerif the Winchester Sun then politically as rank Republican AS it is now dyed inifcewool Democratic failed to win the political honors he sought in this district and heI moved to Paris There it seems ho met with better luck as he Will recently strongly endorsed and last weed appoint ed postmaster of the place As his party is just now lunching on the loaves and fishes we know of no one we should rather see enjoy the feast Tin papers announce that F Clay Elkin has been appointed postmaster at Lexington which leads us to inquire Who is Elkin And what has become of the old line Republicans of that twn Mr David N Ximmcrmnn Colonel Jack Shehan Major Hilly Milward Captain Howard and a beat of others wbo have for years been prominent in that patty and persistent in their fealty to its prin ciples Any one of them would have made a good postmaster and if faithful service entitles to some of the sugar Mr McKinley should have selected one of them But the fact is that he isn mugwump SURPRISING STATISTICS A Poll Shows DtUr Lick of Facilities For Hove Study Over 50 Per Gent of Our Hones Possess No General Refer ence Work- Statistics show that only 0 per cert throughhighhthrough u university The studying children d at school merely begins the developing of the mind It teaches them to investigate to reason To con tinue this and reach the development and advancement which the spirit of the ago demands it is necessary that there should be continually at hand proper and reliable reference work With these the mind can be broadened culture had education advanced questions answered and perplexing doubts removed livery child every intelligent man aid woman everydaydesired properhooksinvestigation properly stimulated the Htore of knowledge can daily be increased With tho idea of ascertaining how many of the homes of our city possess reference works or other books that would assist children in their school studies or enable them to continue them after leaving school the Democrat hiss recently been collecting aorno statistics on the subject The result shows thatjnearly 10 per cent of the homes in Waterbury have no general reference IWtllullyhllcguage The most astonishing part of it is that this large percentage iis not nude up of the poorer classes in fact many of our best families absolutely lack the facilities of aflbrding their children any means of home study In the opinion of the Democrat this is n matter that is worthy of the curt ful consideration of all parents It would seem as though our children are entitled not only to nil the benefits that the state affords in the matter of cduca lion but that the guardian or parent is in duty bound tc make it possible for the child to develop and extend his studies in the polite and nothing is bet ter adapted to this purpose than a first class general reference work containing H general summary of all human knonl learningIheroagainst many of the reference works now on the market One it that the articles are so long anti verbose that it is almost Iimpossible to ltimid the information sought for Another is tint the infer matiou Iis out of date and therefore valueless or that the articles are HO brief as to be unsatisfactory or so tech nical as to bo intelligent only to the cul j objectinns or two works that have recently been 100kmakingluteextent tint a work which ten years ago would hove cost a fabulous sum of monnv to the nverigo parent cart now actually be purchased for a nominal hum II It is impossible lo estimate till amount of knowledge that out bo nbsorboltumid the good that can ho accomplished by tho std of n thoroughly wood reference l library It often forms tho groundwork for may systemic of home education or i private study lain frequently nllords the means under competent guidiiucc of acquiring a liberal education The Democrat hopes that these startling gig tires will awaken the interest of those who have thin welfare of our children at heart to Ithe necessity of supplying them with every advantage that tho closing ihnhlud1Vatctinlrj The same condition of all tirs obtains in and about Ifazol Green nod we hopo our pro pin will avail of the first oppor tunity offered to provide n good homo reference library Especially since ono can now bo bought on time Installment plan and at small costff I Od pappg 20 c I I 4 g Upon Every Bottleand wrapper or the genuine Dr Bells IlnoTurHoney IN printed the itbovtt design It in both trademurk and guarantee a warrant that the medi cine contained In the bottle will cure coiijcbfi colds and all lung throat and client trouble more quickly and effectually than any other remedy DRBELLSPine Honey III lNelptrfl I I 51144 aMJ r P4 Ir Subscribe Now Tho Wbolscly LouJs111e DisputjCJ A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC NEWSPAPER ENiloltsin 11Y THK LAST CONVENTION AM TILL OmCIAI GROAN OF DrM- OCUACY AND ISO CoiIKS Stl1- cnuiii KOU IIY PRKSKNT GEN KU A i ABSKMWY Fr the Free Coinage of Silver For the Chicago Platform For the Democratic Nominees For the Interest of the Mnscs All the Latest Telegraphic News All the Latest State News All the Latest Market Reports Correct Market Reports Correct Court Reports Itepartshonest T WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH ANP l HK HA7KT GllKKf HVHAIil Both One Year Only 115 Address SPENCER COOPER Hazel Groan Kv 11t1md GlD1Ml II1IJ A positive and permanent curt JoOIlIiIll t thulf IlcadI ache mill all other torins of lIciulaclM or NitiinilKia Headache Gored Free hy sample mailoil you If tills paper is inuntionuil T Ii e more promptly liuadaulics urn relieved the less fre uiiit +till he their rutiirn until p nua really cured SoldI liv nil ilrtiLcists 50 CKVIM A box The Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH BEND IND Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect May 16 1897 WEST BOUND I Nil b STATIONS I JIII11I I ex I II I I 1 1111AlIujll11I1IIl pro1nirhle1I I I 1 piliClurtltr1I 1 1111111I 7 5liuut 10 IS mil Ihlllll1 j li am ilO 17 mil Nut NrltlgfJ 7 10 nm 110 0t nm Torrent 21 mn- Boultyvo II W nm I 111i 08 urn t i S 00 ant TliivcrksC i id IS nm- Athol 7 410 nui ii 32 mn- liiikvnn Itf Wl mitt 4I 00 mn 3 30 nm lEASE 1 IOUND= = ==Itlid1STATIONS I No 2 j Daily ex Dally SundayI f 1 lcxhngtou l3 pttm i 40 ani Avon 2 41 pm n 13 ou- r11lueltesturi i I 2 ipm 0 46 nm 3 IlI pm 7 I11 urn liidimi Fhtsii S 40 pail S SO nm Clay City 3 SS pmt 0I 10 am Stmiton I 08 pmill 20 am 1lIslIl1jlj I 1 pmill M nmI I I pmXntIlriilKfjI fTSiTorfV rfJ jI pant 1 10 pm 1jrinlrflft111IIfbrelfJs itutAthlpmJaokWtI Jba 1 anil 2 arrive umlilrpurtfrom C4O ynlan depot tit Lexington All freight trauma arrive and deport Irpm Kctlierlaml Jnl A lilt j JUeul Manager CIIAS SCOTT lien ir scnt I r vise Great Clotingh AND 1 Ovorcoul SuIoiIiI f MMMEBCED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 AT Louis and Gus Straus I LEXINGTON KY 53 f r h0 Lfc liens fine Sutinctto Overcoats at 124 other dealer price 4 1 300 Mens Long Ulsters at o other dealers price 20 405 Cassimcrc Suits at X100 other dealers price 450 350 liens Cassimcro Suits at 5 other dealers price 7O 250 pairs of Boys CortKroy Pants at 38 cents other dealers price 75 cents 750 p otliedealersU EvOnJJ Do artlllOQte t is OvOrfIowing Witu BargaIf t 131acllScks1 i A line of colored shirts at 20 cents other dealers price CQti 300 Joys Gum Coats at 140 other dealers price 261fifi Louis Cus StrausLEADING CLOTHIERS R iEcDAVIiOPRACTICALo BLACKSMITHS AND WAGON MAKER HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY IVAGOkBiWand when you need anything of the kind give me your order Patti Home People get only Honest Work and be happy IN TilE HORSESHOEING AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT Wl employ only skilled Inhnr every maim hillS uu artist ill his specialtyi J your work is respectfully solicitedIti TRAOr taARar BESTIN TtE WORLDFor keeping tho System In n Hoalthy Condition CURES Honda urlfleeTtoodCRUOW91tbAirA ti Story d civt u lo every lurc Iij i twjfftco of Lincoln Toa Pdt IV AtU yor druc Istor l nrciN THA COIMt V yral ill 0 i iJlauuulante 1A Ih nud nul + Ir l lnw rtt11I rln a tol1 I 0111 1rtnlll11lJrtillttl ttu tIIIt I SlIt al tllnrodny10trItItiti1ttrl0J aJ oeaoc oooooaQOOaoooooooooeoeoaooooeomoccoooooet + nunr BSTOJtijL Mpilehrb grentrontedy fur tp i IbruliI TnbscrnornplutnMldcblsuulptlonIntl Fptwoursa itl