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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i Ii t t tlV I- tfoJI i i t 01 t ilc rr iIIfIt i1 tt 1 f I THE HAZEL GREEN I Ht L r ft Y Ua established March 4 1885 Made Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll i CKU 0 E Owner and PrRTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most CDtxrssilYEA1RQuoted Paper iin the Kentucky Mountains tU W ADVANCB J J =iTJRTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY fiENTLCIil TIIURSDAY 1PIIL 11 1893 oru rOR POfDEfaC I 3 WOLFE COUNTY Daysboro Doings There no ue to be whining told stewing willing to ok for my chcwinsji Im want to know what Im fining iilrnt hustling for Tttt IIJmIII Alec SickclI went to Hazel Green Sa t t urdayjI Harry Little is now postmaster at- II Daysboro A u hash of Gillmore was in Daysjm F f hero Sunday I Uncle Dick Wilson of Lee City WitS In town SundnILee Brooks was in Daysboro Saturday J II Kvans of Hazel Green took in the sights around Uaysboro Sunday John Morton Swango of Hazel Green f pas in town Sunday on private husine rJ II Sebastian and wife were visitingi t their son iu law II Clay Lacy Sunday Howard James of Hazel Green WitS tiling in the sights at Daysboro Sunday t Jim Taulbcc lost a fine mule one day jI i Jlast week That li it kicked its lustI timer Parish Tattick anti wife of Gillmoro t were visitingi Harry Little and wife t Sunday lion R A Kush of Hazel Green was j legMrs Mary Alexander and niece Miss Lula Tanlbee attended church at Gill more Sunday Mrs Alec Nickel anti daughter were visiting her sister Mrs Emma of Lacy creek Sundayl Mrs Cynthia Osborn and childreni Hiss Nannie and Sam arc visiting the family of T J Amyx Rev Henry Wnllin of Hazel Green passed through Daysboro Sunday on his way home from Gillmore Miss Rebecca Woods accompanied by that ever smiling young friend of ours Burnio Finch was visitingi in Daysboio Sunday Mrs Harry Nickell and Mrs Jes ji Oldfield were visiting the fancily of Itees Oldfield of Blackwater Saturday und ht Sunday Two of Hazel Greens most charming young ladies Misses Rosa Salyer an Lula Evans were pleasant visitors in ou little town Sunday II Supple1 Jack may know what he saysI when he states that Campion has more i ugly men and some other kind of cattle but we can go him one better rhi I place and vicinity has moro cats and big dogs than any other neighborhood in Wolfe county c At church at John E Brooks Satur- dayt I youngICarrie and Molly Swango Cornia Bie- s andMolly1 withSupplementionSwangopretty women Same contInuesi each week from the good citizens of this Is a beingmadeThenfoundman he 10 Ston a necktie negrowellrirwoff1101Csuppose they cant help ODe atJeealenhog11111 I paid 1Ja totrrywhosoldMrOId5eld1 hintAllio were made in less than l talautea and why not can itit hog sellingOae of coloredtIat Daysboro on the 10th inatr- t rJ I c h conlductedThere was present IOn colored persons and many whites also The best of order prevailed and after we had listened to some of the finest music we ever heard in the w1 y of quartettes duets and solos baskets of and iI eggs candy popcorn were passed through the crowd and betall II there There was 2G dozen eggs weal which were furnished by Prof Austin and the school and the 10 pounds of candy was furnished by Noah Taylor of Hazel Green Campbell Razor acted as usher and one of the best scats in the house was given to Webster in his vocabulary has not left us words with which to express our thanks to our poet Samuel Wilson who has said so many good things about all the writers for Tin HKIATI In the last issue he said something about ourletJcrY C1IuCll1gI i3ai nightIUHtroustheir spheres like the fairest sluts in all thu heaven a check like lily pale with damask dye to grace her a beau t thetilie lightly oer a marble brow a voice like softest inu ic In Mttortdiug cars silverI sweet or mayhap one with eyes of heavenly blue whose lids jetty fringe kiss soft checks blooming tinge nnd whose sunny locks hang round her tern pie like a golden fleece Sow Sumiifl may your joys and euros All be ciniiliincil together Hut please dont write spring poetry hi such cold stormy wenthur April 12 OlIAKUE Leo City Lilacs The lovely lowers that you ay bloom In Lee City is a story i eluEtaul of Lilacs growing there Ill bet its morning glory Clay tins has sold his stock of goods at this place to Uncle Oscar Fallen for 1O3tiFitruierslCe making rapid strides to wards farming this season Turning tho soil and oats and grass owing is the or der of the day Dr JJ U Carroll has constructed n new plank fence around his dwelling which greatly improves the looks of his ofei the inhabitants of this place would follow the example set by our industrious doctor the appearance of the town would be helped considerablyl lastdi11rthe lead for pretty women and Campion for uglymcn and roguishcattle Now Mrl lack in Lee City pretty women and ugly nun arc not known but she is in the lead for lazy men We have a socic sty called the no sweat party with lots of members SaysI you may just bet your bottom dollar that lIon T Y Fitzpatrick is all 0 K in this part of tho district Anti we feel sure that all or a gres t majority of the true democrats will give him their support elsewhere and there are a great ninny republicans who will support this honorable son of democracy in his cnn didacy for the second term of office which ho rightly deserves The engineers who have been survey ing the proposed line of railroad through this part of the county have finished and returned to Jackson where they are awaiting further orders concerning the construction of the road We are confi dent the road will bo built unless Uncle Sam and his toys have to Will Spain and her allies which is the only thing to hinder the construction at present Campion Currency Then let the Campton Currency come 0 haste I111ake no delay i Sail in subscribers right and left Youre doing right today Work on the new railroad from Glen cairn to this place will begin in n few days Mrs Sydney Cable who has been very low for some time past is improving rapidly Johnny Oakley of Bonnie Morgan county who has been attending tho K I I v ici aNk 6J I IW j academy has accepted a position as I clerk in G W Robinsons store John Tyler says that rattler than en gagein a conflict with Spain he will cu all of his fingers oil It v pnrtllJth1t sooniopclI11up o are greatly in needof light broad IfhankR to Uro Sam Wilson for his poem about the correspondents of thoII HKIIALD May hohliomc sweet day capture n churning wife and should hiIgrave be unmarked by monumental spire or pyramidal haft wo trust that fury lingers may bedeck it with fragrant flow I ers mill that the churns of nature may make ceaseless music shove his sacred dust SIITU JACK Stillwater Sparkles oil flows Millwatcrs mighty stream brbntnl11 i pellV And ttni h up the rest Burn to the wife of G W Swango a last week a Democrat boy George Hanlsey paused through hero witha few cattle last Saturday Born to the wife of Hiram Swango last t1 eekn flue Democratic bov 1 M Taylor little baby i + very bnd oil with omo kind of ntvelHng in its jaws J N Chamber bas just returned frollle Clay county where he went to buy Cl1tI tIt but did little goodoBoone leery and Win Stamper had a right smart scrap Monday evening fromI1 which both received bruiser 1 M Taylor our very efficient carpen ter says that lie is really tool willing to volunteer hit services in erect war with Spain iis declared Judge G T Center passed through here last week on his way from Holly whero he had been to see about having some work done on a public road S111elis received about one pint of spring wheat through the mail the other day that was soul him front Utah bII Mormon elder who had frequently been j his guest Klisha Chambers and C W Miller had a unit tried in tho Campion Police court about W gallons of molasses Chambers beat the suit and Miller got judgment for his cots j IJ D Rose failed to get license to re tail liquor by the quart tho County court refusing because it was not proven that it would be more benefit than disad j vantage to the neighborhood Rachel Dunn who has been at C C Roses for sumo time was tried before Judge G1 Center lust Wednesday on a lunacy writ and sentenced to tho usyn linn A T Combs started the same evening to Lexington with her There was quite an interesting meeting at Stillwalcr Bridge church Sunday the visiting ministers being ROVH teary Darker of Grassy and James Campbell of Campion Services every second Saturday J i and Sunday in each month April 11 OMKOA Lane Lilies I Some poets claim the rose IIs queen Of all the lower clime Hilt here Is one wholl over dream Lune Lilies bents its time M F Morton visited his family at this place Saturday anti Sunday G n Slampcr and Ben Sowell yisitedI tho letters old home here Saturday nnd SundayA Ilollon and sonj late of this section but raw of Jcffersonvillc are visit ing old friends on Holly Miss Xcrilda Sewell is visiting nt home this week resting and recuperating from her duties as assistant postmaster at Campton Attorneys O B Stamper and Beni Sewell of Campton bar held kangaroo court at the right honorable Stepping Ben nations Saturday night last Judge Stepping wielded tho sword of justice with much grace and dignity April 12th ROWEXA Old papers 20 cents per hundred j r cjIw y 1 1sit lJI f UORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chit alightingtI or even Hut just keep up your writing On Consolation Clint O W Cecil sold to whistling BII Swango a cow for 25 Rilcy Tnulbce had a log rolling toda and got a good days work done Mori Piurait of Hazel Green was at meeting looking like ho was just sixteen Wo were sorry to hoar of tho sudden death of our young friend Warren Far mar Sebron Walters bought of 11 F Hlankcnship two S mouths old calves for 550 Misses Emma ttlankcnship nnd Kflio McCluro of tho Chapel neighborhood attended church hero Sunday Your scribe took dinner with Tool jHaven Sunday nod we must say that finer dinner we never silt down to for Miss Lillio just knows how to fix up good things Wo met up with little Sammie Cecil Monday and ho said Drake you say to tho HnitAM that Herald mill Tom min Pieralt walked plum over from town just to play with me 1 notice that SHIII Wilson the poet of Hazel Green touched all the correspond i in spicy style of course We all ad mire it Come again Bro Poet wo hey r tire of your verses May onhottell you you eau cut her thats nil so lust go ahead April lUth DIIAKI HCNIFEE COUNTY Pomeroy ton Paragraphs If you want to read something rich and new Of a love rose bathed in morning dew And if it wont unit dont got Into a ttotv Hut rend Ioinerorlon raragniphs Dr Cope lust a lice horse recently M D Dorms hits bought a third in torest in tho mill at this place Married At the home of tho brides parents Jim Fletcher to Miss hula Col linswortli Wo wish them a happy lifo UiedA his homo near Rolls schoolhouse April 1th Henry Border Ho huts been n sufferer for some time Ho was a good kind man aud loved by all who know him Thu bereaved family hnvo our sympathy especially tho wife who for years hen shared his gries and joys But thcro is u happyilhought to comfort her that they shall soon meet again where parting is no more SlOCUM Americans aro the trust inventive peen ple on car tit To them have been issued early 500000 patents or more than one thirdof all tho patents issued in thoI world No discovery of modern years has been of greater benefit to mankind than Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Diarrluro Itemedu1 has done moro to relieve pain nod NtifUring JWVaughn of Oaklon lyysays u f have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarr hen Remedy in my family for several years and find it to be the best medicine over used for cramps in the stomach and bowels For solo by J T Day Hazel Green Stock Sales Last Friday Thin Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives tho following as tho best prices for that day Top prico of hogs 3 95 heat price for cattle 175 Top prico for calves G2o Best price for sheep 176IBest lambs brought SDOO The above wore actual salts but itI should bo horne in mind that they repre sent the best of their class on tho market that day TUB HEKAU will each weekI give the best sales of tho Friday before which is alone worth the price of trio paper NOW is the time to subscribe Wuti The Herald U VirfliUC- OEUCUK I VA March 28 Editor HERALD Kind Sir Enclosed find T O Jf O for fifty cents 150 for j which please send me TUE HD LOne year Respectfully Mae WM H JOHN I j r- 1 jl lrto1 ftp 1 1k NIIIUDICB 4 rFor Mothers= J j nRdiscom forts and 1danqera of childbtrthcan be almost en avoidedlyWineolCarouiret pectant moth erStIt gives tone to the gen italotvaiisand puts theta in condition to do their work perfectly That makes prep nancy less painful shortens labornndbastcuarecovcryaftcrchild beau strong healthy children e t E- LwnjduIhas also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for bringsJoy 1 for n darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this Avofof Carduiioo per bottle speelaldirections DepartmenttThenova Tenn Mrs LOUISA HALE orjofrfcrsonCaiiyi tI When I first took Wlno of Cardul JOlrsIbutcouldmonths later I had a fine girt baby Mrs Kash Will Bo Hove Soon Lot hUtI ltIrll 1- IIr Cooper Dear Sir I send you nn ndor the skeleton of one HO you will a know about what I want You can ar range it xo much bolter llinn I can that I will leave It for you to finish Wo are well as common I am very sorry to hear of Wurron being sick hope ho will make n speedy recovery Guess you miss him very much Jly wife will start for Hazel Green about the pith of this mouth Guess I 1 will get homesick just after she Jell CSIIbut will have to stay until tho first of l lily Mrs Kash joins mo in best wishes to you and Mrs1 Cooper Hope you both are enjoying good health Respectfully S B KASH Mrs A Invcen residing at 720 Henry street Alton III suffered with sciatic rheumatism for over eight months She motored for it nearly tim whole of tills time using various remedies recommend s cd by friends and was treated by tho physicians hut received no relief Situ then used one lulla half bottles of Chamberlains Pain Balm which effected a complete cure This is published nt her request as she wauls others similarly nflllclvd to know what cured her Tho 25 nnd fiO cent sizes for sale by J T DayaHazel Green S Sends Monoy for The Herald IxmADAu Ky April 1 Spencer Cooper EIIlDcar Friend t Please find enclosed 50 cents received the paper all right nnd was so proud to 1got it It gives mo moro satisfnction than to got n letter from home Plcasa D pardon me for not remitting soonertRespectfully Ac your friend WM MARK MCCLAzN t DIAU sou1 heard of Dr Jells Pine Jyy Tar Honey and seeing many recommen dalions from different persons of its k wonderful valuable merits J thought 1 would try a bottle I have been seriously affected for 25 yenta with n cough and pain in my side and breast that were causing mo n miserable life I spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and forfit jY medicine but everything failed until I tried this wonderful remedy It beats the world and has save my life 1 recommend L r Bells Pino Tar HxHifjjr to everybody with weak Jungs tt 3ujt f great succors J B RostiLL I OranUburyIjK r f Hazel Green is very quiet err war trata r Jf ten but if the timeahould relif oqpt 4 b to shoulder muskets jrpji wili dvtt4 rtf5 n- IIGohtateerattwlret j11eeUur- eady f P to arch ifa M Wr N NZus dr6 t y jdj3t f J x 0 1 r otiti H rfl- SJ f h J DI toI 1i 1 fiDE HERJLfcD F saeF HAZEL CRECN KY THURSDAY April 14 1898 Announcement t Wo ore authorized to nnnnunco JOHN E GARNER of Winchester Clnrk county lu n candidate tor Congress in this the Tenth district subject to the action of the Demo IWeI TIIOS Y FirPATHICK of IrfMnnHliurg Floyd county ns n cnmlMntn for reclcctlon to congress from the Tenth dlMrlct mibject I to the action of the Democratic party Consul General Lee linn lift Hnynna r Tho PrcHldontH mcimngo is In tho hands of Congress Tho wnr clout In very 10ii and no ono knowN what nn hour may bring forth Meeting of Dem District Commltttee- At a mooting of the Democratic com mitten or tho 10th Congressional district n held at West Liberty Ky March 28th 1898 pursuant In n call of the chalrlllnllII there won present 1 W Hatcher chairman W Jig Kendall and Robt Murliiill in person and tho following were IUIIII ent by proxy H D Combs A P Cooper L C Wilson F A Lyon C F Spencer P F Ward Isaac Ward Irving I Napier Walter 8 Harkins T J Ken I trick anti O 8 Miller rho meeting was called to order by J W Hutchcr and n W Gardner was elected secretary whereupon thin following I resolutions offered by W M KnnBall and seconded by Unhurt Marshall I were unaniinoiiHly adopted Resolved That it IIs tine sense of the committee that tho Democrats of the 10th Congressional district hold moss convcntioiiH in tho precincts of their t respective counties on Thursday June 10th 1818 for tho purpo o of selecting delegates to n county convention to he hold in each county of the district 1111C Saturday Juno 18th for the purposu of selecting delegates for each county to a general convention to be hold at Went Liberty Morgan county Ky on Thurs day Juno 28th 1S98 to nominate n Democratic candidate for congress The majority of delegates to the county 1 conventions will control the delegates fit i tho generalconvention Revived 2 That each county shall hel entitled to otic vote in said conven tion for every 200 votes or fraction onrII 100 cast for tho llryan elector Resolved JJ1 That tho IDemocratic i papers of tho district bo requested to publish these proceedings On motion meeting adjourned sine IlleI J W JlATciinu ChuirlllllllI W CiAluiNiiii SICrltllrI iChickaluaugnitho year 18r an emigrant from North Carolina on his way to Ten icwee camped At tho Indian vilhigo in North Georgia near where tho famous battlo of Chicka luauga was fought hi IS18on thin ground now constituting tho Chieknmangu Chattanooga National Military Park In this emigrants family wits n girl just approaching womanhood Dining tho night this girl was attacked with violent pains An old squaw ww the girls suffering detected the cause re timed to her wigmum and selecting some herbs made a ten which waa given to the jtiiffercr Relief from pain followed moil the girls menses appeared for the first time Tho grateful mother of the girl begged of tho wjunw n quantity of tho herbs mid among them found mimo seeds which she planted lit her new home in Tennessee These herbs were raised by this family nnd their descendants front year to year for several generations and gained a local reputation as a euro for menstrual derangements of women In tho year 1SSO tho Chattanooga Medicine Co manufacturers of Thvd fords Black Draught tho great remedy kidneytt that had descended from stock procured from the squaw and commenced the a Manufacture from them of what know Carduiapure now a = worldwide reputation and has proved to bcghost a specific in tho cure of all diseases peculiar to women It is sold n i J- t at v 5wr extensively iu every state and territory of the union and in some foreign coun tries and is enthusiastically endorsed by leading physicians prominent druggist and chemists and thousands of tho best women of America JIIJAUTYH IJmVKK Twos only a flower of sweet perfume The dnlntlcflt In the month of June A beauty rich and rare The fainting air seems to impress Upon lldlcnvcH a lovellnc And beautys kiss U there How pretty In Its crimson hue When spangliil oer with penny dew Most beautiful to see Ill pluck It from the trembling spray And form It In u rich hoquct And sweetheart tis for thee SAM WllSON HaVe you a friendlvcstllsint III cat the or north anywhere in fact who for merly lived in this section If HO please bring or send us tho name nnd postollice address and wo will wild them A FREEl I SAMPLE COPY of Tun HIIIAU that will be to them like n letter from home Send us names of AM whoso pnstollico address you know They will appreciate it and so will we Wo can send 100 or 1000 aye 10000 mud will bo glad to do so Send us some names this week Up to Dato Millinery Mrs S R Kash will this spring bring fine lint of millinery goods to Hazel Green Having spent tho punt winter in LouUvillo she is well posted us to styles and requests tho ladies to await her coming before making their purchases Unto of opening will bo announced later of Beautiful Sea Shells Every one admires thorn Since com ing south I have received numerous of inquiries trout northern people for seat shells and now I am prepared to answer ofyes I con send you shells for I have mado quite a collection of lovely shells both from our own coast tho coral reefs soma beautiful ones from the West 1 India Islands I will mail u dozen no two alike to any ono who sends n stamp for postage Yours Rc- Mus F A WAUNKK Jacksonville Fin wlkntc the Grand Old Heraldtt 1111 HATH Co KY April fig j Mr Editor You will timid enclosed fin You will please send mo tho grand old HiUiAUt for six months 1 M1 TitKKT THE GREATEST BOOK OF THE AGE I Should be In Every Home and Library Te Peoples file History It written by Tlliiht Hon William Kwnrt Olnlitnnn KiltPinlnr of Oat llrlllun Mini IrrUiul Cluster 111 IIy Ae II Hnro purenl + IIP n Itnr HmmiM Ho l oral ll Clilmao tlumliMlctil Hpinln rililrnm UliKnt FtmlxrlcW Itrtnr PM KtlHi 11011 of Jantfriturr Canterliurif I niji Ilnr Kiiunr IIUIIMIII IIIIIUA U IIIIIO HIIUIIIolluita- o Frank W Imuniiluv n U Armour ln tltutn Ulilruii 1111 HUT Imrun F Imlnowl DI Munliv tionn IrtwItftTUn Church Iximlon hnui HUT II H MnoArtliur llll Cnlrnrrl nptbt rhuicli NMW York 11n1nHlrrM Iltirtl lll Klnl MHluxlUt ItplCOFI Kvnnlon Ill Itnr W T Mum 1II llin clot- Itnn ViniinnuwfitUli Iiiulnn Knui llor Edtrn- rIrorott llalK lllt Hniith Nniarruitllnnnl hutch Ilntn Ma Iturlnl h Atllr Iirt1111 wodrni ills Itlrhmonil Kniti ltnr Calnr Hi nn Ul1lIn- rlh11I t1I7 lliltirlK tlntlllnlIh Win rifir Wllklnian Dl Chi- rrIO Illi Ito Hiimnul Hurt lllt Tilnil tolI alliirlfnrilVnntlU J Mnnnilllnonlltt ttahn ii w li rKii Church London Kiirf Iv li uriia O uslleulrnrrI 1I9hn Tclnplrl HcMlun MRMI ntn Mil Kill IIIIIIU fulltuiiiit llhutra lions illtt ixIgM clolli IIIgorI l1auC tMU full- JjlJillli 1X KlilTIOfl M pour yn fiillrnsn llliitrn Ilmt Htrln A ulll rltill lOTiutt inn rolilinn I1MU Rl Il lltwKViilumm full Invxiit tufliMl IVP- rrrrnwrtloulornt i 1 11 1 ItTH IIIlIro 11- 11IUlr cunrnsnl trinnn l nil par for at Ill tsuldurri nailI ybsnhrllrr lu- urthrr luforiuutinii write 1ICNKV 0 HIIKIAllit ullb 11 and 211 Munro Htrrrl ChllnIIlIIol CHAS BUCHANAN Practical Boot and Shoe MakerI HAZEL GREEN KY tLadios Goiitlonious Fino Shoosi Undo to order Special uttiiitlon giver to rcpalrliiKituul siitlsriullon uarantfutl I ratiSliop tit Old Rank t Store roEYER WISE 9 K 11IMlOtlTUKH AND JOllllUltS OK FURNISHING GOODSIHOSIERY Uudorwear Whito Goods NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St SniuM It ainyor SSJiufr HUHhrn CINCINNATI ItOLMN A KA- SHYTTOIlNEYatLAW ICYIIt HAZEL GREEN Will practice In the courts of IVolfe mud tho niloinlni countluM lull attend promptly to nil collections entrusted to him JAIDAULBEEMD Physician and Surgeon HAZEL GREEN KY I 19Sargory and obstetrics a specialty j iif 0 t WdI R IlIe I r Hoiteyyour J and cure the cause 3prIOlTUE E E BUTnEBLAND MEDICINE CO PABOCAH KY Some Plain FactsII Grave errors injustice wrongs greater or less degree arise from lack knowledge of the truth and more frequently from deception The most infamous case on record deception and injustice is the attempt to demonetize silver as a money final redemption in the United StatesThere is no learned judge skilled lawyer or court of justice that is capable of reconciling the effort with the constitutional laws that govern the issue of money in this country The people have been deceived IterI ignored their sworn duty and given 1industryonehalf and beggared millionsIThere is no authority of law either specific or by inference by which gold alone is made the only money with which to discharge debts either public or private The effort to make it so is unconstitutional and a national calamity Plain and ample information facts and truth concerning this almost successful scheme to corner the wealth of the people is now being printed newspapermoney has failed to muzzle or buy The Weekly Enquirer is only 70c year The address is Enquirer Company Cincinnati O Spring Term of Hazel Green Academy HAKI OBKKX KY Mnrch 1 1808 Let we call your intention to our Spring work for teachers On Monday March 28th we be pin 8 term of eleven weeks in which we will give to tlioso preparing to teach n thorough review of tho Pub lie School Course with Lectures on Ichlllo y innl on Theory and Practice We will stake n specialty of pro paring persons for the Kxaimnu lion of Applicants for Certificates to Teach If you want a hotter grade certificate come here i if you want to ho better prepared to teach come here You tummy join our regular classes in addition to tho U view Work The cost is for board 200 per week tuition 500 for the term matriculation 100 Payment in full in advance will bu discounted 5 per cent- llcmcinber this is n part of tim- ework wo do every year It is not to catch you but to help you 1500 Six dollars pays for tuition in Typewriting tutu Shorthand forI this torte of eleven weeks During this time tho elementary principles of Shorthand may ho mastered easii Jly and then tho student can tho tion study without further iII UespectfullI Green U CORD Academy I t Grout Clothing AND Overcoat Sole COMMENCED SATURDAY NOVEMBER 20 AT Louis and Gus Straus LEXINGTON KY 140 Yens line Satinette Overcoats at 124 other dealers price 4309 Mens Long Ulsters at 5 other dealers price 20 405 Casshncrc Suits at 100 other dealers price 450 O Mens Cassimcre Snits at 5 other dealers price 750 250 palls of Boys Corduroy Pants at 38 cents other dealers price 75 cents 750 of otherdealersvery DUD artlltunt is Overflowing mi BargainsS 1 Wo HInck80clsprice 121c A line of colored shirts at 20 cents other dealers price SOc 300 Boys Gum Coats at 140 other dealers price 250 Louis Cus StrausLEADING CLOTHIERS ROSE IJ1aVIS0 PKAOTIO- ABLACKSMITHS 0 AND WAGON MAKERS HAZEL GREEN KENTUCKY litiE A WE WAGONSusepricerandIntroaitsomeIN THE WEihspecialtyandyour s P2 r c as aaaaanannanaaanaJZaSZ2Z3 J W V rrL T 2 A rtrtuJJJ JJlL4 J lJPJ U J e Z1V hlZJViJLJh77ZJ7Zi71Lz ZZZ7jJz THE BLUE CRASS NURSERIES OPPEIl EVERYTHING FOR ORCHARD GARDEN LAWN NO AGENTS 1 Strawberry nnd General Nursery Catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER Lexington Ky i 4 jIlndtrd1 j rIII1IIIIIIII r ii IIr Irngn RlIII 1111 I rprIInh wrlin tr IittuiIII at111i C a Cltulua Co II Cr ti INIINN1rl 111t ieeoooeoooooo eooeP+ oeooo eooaoooooeoooooo RESTDRED MANHOODEflyCAf MOTTS 3 WJ PILLSrrnllin llolioucnUrno tJ1I for II 8 or liliersroux niehnrwrpilvl 1 a 1111 JI1 tIIIbfnlhrtet4 i rnrp1nnnIChlradtolxaPnnlptlnnamllnnnllrI unpaN kSUU51ttu norfillIS 111111 tllin moiuy 2nrtU EM ieAlliiIrieladOttW =z a == =A BUSINESS EDUCATION J WIs Isoliitdy necessary velvet to nlnnI or youngvaIIugwho trmtld will sncces In life Ihls hrllag enncedrd It is of the first importmcc ho Sa- tyour i trnlninq nt this school Ihnt xtnnds in the very front sulkthe BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Louisville Kf nootKEEPING1 Wrllrnr IPanllhil hook givlnjr tcsttmoninls from Krmlu t j rlvi prominent positions nil over tho United Slntcslt JW v TELEGRAPHY N mnll IMIRR Pollpro 111 II ell 11 I ni nnin Tllrl nnilJrfrtnji II IIUfIhel MKGHIMIXli CO South Demi Indiana r rf j j jY