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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i t 1xM THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDr j atab11shod March 4 1885 Mado Famous In tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll BIKNCKIl Owner and COOPKIt KdllnrI The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains ON Wint G 1 FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 28 1898 NUMBER 4 WllLfl r SPAIN DECLARED IT SUNDAY First Naval Baltic of tlio War JACKSONVILLE FLA April 22 According to privnto dispatches received by the TimesUnion and Citizen tonight thu firs naval bat 6 tin of tho war took plnco ppposito Bjynlon about 25 dittos southof Pnhn knelt at 10 oclock this morning George Lynmn a rt liable mon nm1soornlotJlIrs who wore fishing in Lake Worth which is separated from tho ocean lIty a narrow strip of land hoard hoavy firing and ron to tho bench Thoy reported to tho railroad ngont and poHtnmstor at Lantann that a U S monitor was chasing and firing upon a Spanish manofwar or gunboat convoying n coal or transport ship Tho Spaniard replied shoe for shot All Uio ships voro traveling with bUMS in their tooth The nion say they watched tho battlo for an hour or until only tho smoke from tho funnels wan visible on Southern horizon in which direction they were traveling A special dispatch to tho Times Union and Citizen from ImnUina says An oyb witness line joss arrived from Boyntonand reports n supposed transport VQSSO south bound guarded by n manofwar pursued bya monitor keeping up n hoavy run of firo This is dated 10 n m First Prlzo Falls to tho Nssuvillo KEY WEST April 221110 U S loot was about 12 miles oft Sandy Key light this morning at 7 oclock when tho Spanish merchantman Buona Vontura was sighted hound north Tine gunboat Nashville ran her down and put a shot across her bows The Spaniard ignored tho shot but nnothor closer to her bows brought her to WatcWng for the Oregon and tho Paris BVKNOS AYIIES April 2Tho Spanish torpedo gunboat Tomar nrco loft hero today It is boliovod that sho has gone to attack the U S battleship Oregon and the U S gunboat Marietta which loft Vnli paraiso Monday last for Montevideo The Oregon withconsort is now nearing Capo Horn from tho Pacific side LONDON April22Iho Spanish Embassy notified Madrid of tho departure of tho steamer Paris It is probnblo that fast cruisers from Cadiz will try to intercept her BULLETINS MONDAY Received at 10 a m April 25 War declared by Spain on tho 24th Spain loads tho way officially by declaring war and today President McKinley will call upon congress to give thom a liko answer Tho efforts of Emperor Francis Joseph to induce Emperor William to join in a European combination against tho United States failed But tho ezL names of our friends at tho Court of Kings is not legion Privateer ing deeply interests commercial nations Russia oxcoptod The guns of Moro castle breaks tho early r morning Sabbath by opening a woll enough intended but fruitless fire upon tho blockading squadron which doos not respond Their steamers and schooners taken are us follows U S gunboat Helena w t k i S 2 captured Spanish steamer Mignel Klovor The Klo ors cargo is com posed of cotton and staves valued at 100000 Tho revenue cutter Winona captured Spanish steamer Fatun n at 10 Ip m Sunday rho Detroit captured Spanish steamer Cunalinn with cargo of 000 tons of staves Tho gunboat Wilming ton takes schoonor Candid loaded with cargo for Havana and torpedo boat Cushing in sating hnotlier at Fijy landing Destination of the Minneapolis und Columbia unknown 1hoy loft Hampton Roads yesterday Nothing moro heard from tho Paris Tho American linor Now York started by tho government arrived safely in Now York Five war ships of tho U S squadron loft hung Kong yesterday under soalod orders Special115l pnn April 25 Shot and shell will bo put into Havana by tho lTnitod States to lay lions inrdment to commence at lark 4Anuounc6niani given and alto eulirdc tin ajpanjo anil tor rfcr stricken people rust frcfin City of Havana Great Britains rep resentatives have notified Spain that she will have no right among their purlf Signed Munmv Operator Written fur TUB HKUAU uuMUumni TIM MAINE R The war Iml come the noldldra brave Are marching on the way To Cubit J tic to meet the foe Anil eager for fho fray Each uoblp heart will light ngaihit i The tyranny of Spain While on their banner high thlto words II Remember the Maine Though our dear ling in blood stay bailie And in tattered fragments cling Twill never wear the stale of slminu While freedoms bells shall ring 0 gaze upon It waving there Sc The terror of old Spain Twill make old Wcyler see that we I ICcmembrr the Maine Charge on charge on Irt nothing stay Your Maud in this great strife Kcmumber our handsome gallant ship Went down with many a life For that and that alone strike hard Avenge our seamen stain Theyre crying from their graves today Is Remember the Maine SAMAVHSON J ORRGPOnDGrijG WOLFE COUNTY + s Daysboro Doingsr JolmvEvhns was in Dayjboro Sunday Jamoj t Wilson wont to Hazel Groom Saturday I rSome aro plant iing corn this week Harry Littlo rondo a ilyinb trip to Johnson Sunday John Will Tanlboo is at Camp ton this week on business Jasper Green killed a wild cat above Daysboro tho othor day W H Wilson wont to Campton Sunday to attend Circuit court Mort Wilson and Harry Caskoy passed through Daysboro Sunday II E Onoy wont through Days boro Friday morning a sealohoot ing lIon John Garner of Winches tor passed through our little town SaturdayD was at tho homo of yo scribo Sunday and while talking about tho effects of tho war said it would make coffoo higher but ho hoped it would not make neckties and cravats higher April 25 JIMIE r Lacy Creek Links John Wilson is on tho sick list with In grippo D D Wilson wont to Torrent on a business trip Monday- C S Samples bought a fine calf from Harlun Trimble for 7 Billy Chambers of Stillwator was on Lacy crook one day lost weok Thanks to Uncle Sam Wilson for his kind words for us in THE llKKAU Miss Virgio James has boon vis iting hor brother A S James of this creek W R Tibbs was visiting his brotherinlaw Bruce Nickoll last Saturday and Sunday i i James Wilson of Oakdalo visit ed his father M K Wilson of this rlcrgpk Saturday and Sunday mid reports lively times in Brcathitt April 25 CAiTJiVK8 Lano Lilies Bad colds are quito provalontin this nock 6 woods Farmers nro very busy this week preparing to plant corn I Mrs Timothy Terrell is improving from a long and severe spell of sicknessK t i Misses Effio Elkins and Zorilda Miller visited relatives and friends r in Campton last week J Miss Phinisah Turner of Frozen crook passed through here lust week on routo to Campton Big John Sowoll who is trying jto become n ladies man started Saturday owning in tho direction- of Win Shackolfords t Taylor P Sowoll who has been attending tho Oampton Wosloynn academy for the past three months has como homo to help Stopping Foot attend to tho farm work Our young morchant Geo Sow ell is being warmly solicited to nmlco tho noxt race for matrimony Ono of his near and dear neigh bors Miss Emma Hollon tolls us that sho admires his daily walks and ugly looks f Our near neighbor and good cit izen Hardin Hurst had ono day last week n perfect hoe downwork WV Llingday Several wore at tho singing and wo are glad to say all enjoyed themselves Tlio most noted thing was a flatfooted Jdanco by one of Mr Kings sons j April 25 Gprn DUG Leo City Lilacs f Miss Mary Taulbeo is visiting relatives and friends in WestLib orty and will return homo about Juno 1 William Clear has sold 1m town property fO125 and has moved to the farm of Buchanan Rose above town Dr J It Carroll was called Friday to see tho son of Win Banks of Breathitt and reports a severe case of measles Judgo Amos Davis travoling for Bettmon Bloom Co was tfco guest of his soninlaw Rev S II Taulbeo one night last weok Prof J B Tapp a vocal music teacher of Bath county han organ izod a class of singers at this place and they are improving nicely Hon W II Taiilbee OfMorgan county was in town Friday taking depositions in cases to bo tried at tho present term of our circuit court t Died on Sunday tho 17th inst George tho little son of Frank Roso of this place aged four years It was heartrending to hear tho little fellow pray to get well His suffering was intense but bravely borno until the Kind Father re leased him Quito a crowd was out Saturday evening to hear lIon John E Gar nor of Winchester speak He is a candidate for congress from this district and is a true bluo Demo crat from bottom to top If ho is defeated for nomination this time wo feel that ho ought to run again as he is a man well qualified for the ofiico and notwithstanding a strong fooling for Fitzpatrick at this place wo believe ho will got several votes But it seemed that tho greater portion of the crowd that was Garnord in seemed to have Fitz a peculiar kind called T Y Nevertheless hurrah for THE HEHAJD and Democracy April 20 TUTOR Campton Currency Prof Curtis Quicksall of Hazel Groan is in town today Mrs Nancy Drake of Cluy City was a pleasant visitor of David Athy and family the past week Miss Della Lovelace of Breath itt is visiting her cousin G W Lovelace and family Mrs Sydney Cable and her charming daughter Miss Dora woro visitors of C C Wireman and family tho past week For tho benefit of those who are net very woll posted we desire to say that tho 125000 volunteers called for by President McKinloy are to como from tho national guardsToday promptly at 1 oclock we had tho pleasure of hearing sonic of tho finest speeches that over greeted mortal ears Dr J A Taulbee of Hazel Green in an or atorical flight amid groat ap plause introduced Hon John E Garner of Winchester Ho fully convinced his audience that ho would make a congressman of whom all Kentucky would be proud When ho touched upon the war question ho drew his hearers out of their seats with his great oratory When ho said that Kon tuckians kneol to none but God tho enthusiasm of our patriotic pooplo was unbounded Mr Gar nor has made many friends hero and it is now conceded that ho will receive the vote of old Wolfe in tho convention at West Liberty in Juno If Mr Garner is nominated tho Democratic majority of Wolfe will bo increased to at least 500 Gillmore Gleanings Lizzio Calhoun of Paxton was visiting at this place Friday Tho infant child of Dave Linden anal wifo was buried Monday last Mrs Marion Ely who has been sick for some time is improving slowlyHarry Nickoll is very low with consumption at tho homo of his mother Mrs Isabel Nickoll The firo got out from Davo IAn dons clearing Friday and did con siderable damage to fencing Married a few days since Floyd Ely of this place to Miss Arzolia Row of Rousseau Broathitt coun ty May they live long and prosper Mrs R M Haddix who has been sickall winter and spring t but had gotten some bettor is now worse again and dangerously bad Unclo Win Tolson is suffering considerably from a soro foot tho result of stepping on a sharp nail whilo working on the house of J t II Vest April 28 UNCLE REMUS MORGAN COUNTY Consolation Chat Prayer meeting at Doc Wells Wednesday night J M Wallis went to Campion on business today- MatNickell killed nine squirrels and a pheasant Friday- J R Wheeler and J L Forgu son preached at Consolation lost SundayThe apricots and plums in this vicinity are as load as a lastyeara jimpson wood Lotcher Barkers wife died Sat urday night and was buried in the Grassy Lick graveyard Monday Barney Blankonship was Satur day summoned as a juror of tho Circuit court at Campton Monday H II Blankonship and family and Mrs W H Blankeuship wore visiting at Salem Saturday and SundayPickett Motley has gone to tho Chapel throe Sundays in succession to seo E L Blankonship who is boarding at Doc Stampers Widow Coldiron had a working Saturday and tho hands did so little work that most of thorn camo back Monday to finish her fence I would bo glad if some ono would tell mo how many Roman Catholics there are in tho United States There arc 9190 minis tors 10278 organizations and 0 a 257871 communicants Editor Unclo Wash Lewis came near j being killed by a falling tree Sat urday Ho was chopping on the treo and stopped to pick up some coats As he turned to go back tho tree fell so near as to brush his shoulder and ho remarked Im awful glad it didnt fall on mo April 25 THE DRAKE F Jambs Jangles FlI Long has gone to Camptoii on business Miss Alma Ross visited Grassy Lick Saturday and Sunday Miss Foley Long took in tho sights in tho Jambs Sunday Mrs Hiram Hanoy of Grassy Lick is very low withconsumption Miss Laura Patrick of Magofiin is visiting her sister Mrs James Shockoy Miss Rosa Chanoy and daughter Sarah Jane are visiting on Still water this week A C Long R F Goso and 0 T Byrd passed through the Jambs Sunday on route to Daysboro Rosco tho little son of Miles Bishop had tho misfortune to have his arm broken ono day last weekrHenry South and family loft on Thursday last for Montgomery whore they will make thoir futuro homo Mrs Kato McCluro owns a hen that laid two eggs connected by a cord an inch long end throooightha of nu inch in diameter Ono of tho eggs was a largo sized ono and thoi other of mediupi size April 25 SCRIBBLER Jr1 a Ii It141 j I i l I ITHE HIBftLD FMCEH COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 28 1898 Announcements We are authorized to announce JOIN E GARNER of Winchester Clark county n candidate tor Congress la this the Tenth t district subject to the action of the Demo cratlc party We are authorized to announce lion THOS Y FITZPATRICK Prentonibuur Floyd county as o candidate for reelection to congress front the Tenth district subject to the action of the Democratic party NOTWITHSTANDING heavy showers I just before the time of speaking a large and intelligent audience as sembled at the academy to hear Hon John E Garner of Clark county give proof of his claims t the nomination for congress by the Democrats of the Tenth Congressional district Judging from the rapt attention frequently puns tured with hearty applause wo must conclude that he establishe- his claims as just and worthy Echoes of his speech are very fa vorablo to him and we realize tha it will bo no easy job for any of his opponents to slip up on his blind side His speech was as have been and will bo all of his speeches perfectly free of abuse When referring to any of his competitors ho did so in polite lan guage Ho says that ho will not place himself in a false position by abusing anyone whom ho may afterward bo called upon to defendI and this wo think is creditable to his head and heart Mr Garner is heartily in favor of the war because it iis u Democratic war in the cause of humanity but he saystt that after Froo Cuba must come Free Silver and that it will come so sure as night succeeds the day We regret that Mr Garner will not be able to visit us again before the election should ho do HO wo will promise him an acad emy full of people three times in one day Mr Garner is a thorough gentleman and will conduct such a canvass as to commend himself I to all decent people And whether I nominated or not ho will be found squarely in lino when wo meet the common enemy JIM WIIMAMB now paper The Pendletonian published at Fal mouth this week visited our sanctum for tho first time Though only eight weeks old she has shod her swaddling clothes and is evenii now dressed as becomes a maiden of sweet sixteen Her manors too are perfect and her language elegant polished polite Her papa is doubtless quito proud of her as he should heand under his proII cepts she will continue to grow in grace and beauty Accept our congratulations Jim and may your own shadow never grow lessC Otm young friend Will Schooler of the Morehead Advanco has just added a powor press to his outfit and last week celebrated tho event by issuing a 10 page 0column edi tion Billy has had his ups and downs in tho City of the Hills as ho calls tho homo of his adop tion and wo are glad to note that ho scorns now to be on top TIlE exigencies of tho case may require an extra session of the Kentucky legislature to provide for tho equipment of state troops and the bare announcement is enough to drive a man to enlist that he may escape its deliberations f JIM AMEN of tho Cynthiana Democrat in announcing that ho will raise a rogimentof delinquent subscribers for tho Cuban war got ahead of the editor of THE lIEn ALD who had already listed in a quiet way 400 invulnerables of which he hoped to form a battal lion and with vanquish the Spanish at one fell swoop Say Jim cant you reduce your regiment to a hat talion and lot in our 400 They are all one two and three year men and no onslaught Spain could make would rufllo them tho least bit The Powers even do not pos project so pointed person one of them could be penetrated Wee tried om under all sorts of fire oven tried to softsoap em and they wont move Now we have picked this 400 because they I are veterans and shall claim for them the sumo Invulnerable Yet gotIsome three six and nine months fellers in your regiment and n little palaver properly applied themoto break ranks at a critical time pay up as it were and then whore are ou1 Having served through one war wo know the veteran can be relied upon and we advise you regid ment Jim let us in your com mand with our 400 Why man willtbe as harmless against our forces as soap bubbles against a brick wall I Cuba libra and without tho loss of a delinquent A LETTER from Allen R Carter chairman of the executive committee of the State Commercial Convention to be hold at Louisville on May 11th and 12th informs the editor of TilE HERALD that ho has been selected as a delegate and we regret very much that wo cannot attend The object of tho conven tion is to promote and develop tho commercial agricultural and man ufacturing interests of tho state and a goaeral representation of all those interests is desired THE proposed issue of bonds for war purposes 500000000 is to be in the extreme sense a popular loan as tho bonds are to be in sums of 50 and multiples of 50 and all subscriptions of 1000or I less be honored in full any neces reduction downIIl sary by scaling being applied in cases only of largo subscriptions Thus nearly every citizen may becomo a bondholder if ho wants tot IN NEED Russia is a friend Of all tho countries on tho continent she alone gives Undo Sam a friend ly word Franco is bitter threat ening many dire things and active interference in Spains behalf is openly advocated in Paris IT seems that Spain has left Havana to her fate not sending any ship to her defense That would indicate that Cuba is al ready abandoned and that Spain hopes for prizes and conquests in other quarters IT HAS been thought that tho Spanish flotilla will not enter Cu ban waters at all but will confine her movements to preying upon American ships of commerce and unprotecod cities along tho Atlantic son coast TilE Mt Sterling Gazette baring politics has always been a good paper and since it changed to aI semiweekly it is even hatter than before John Wood a pintedly J knows how WAR is on in earnest and ovon we of remote districts may know more about it than wo desire be foro it is over 1 THE Cuban patriots 3d not want tajoin tho United States forces and fight under our fling and com mand but want to continue in their own way However little dif ficulty is anticipated in getting them to submit TILE action of Spain is very peculiar and our military people are at soa as to what will be her tactics She talks fight red hot but has made no effort to get to the fighting grounds ACCORDING to the latest dis patches the Spanish flotilla was still at the Caio Verde Islands 1500 miles away Just what movo they wore going to make was not made public HAVANA is probably in the possession of our troops by this time Upon Every Bottleand wrapper of the genuine Dr Dell s PlneTarHoner li printed the above deilcn It li both trademark and guarantee a warrant that the medl cine contained In the bola wUl cur coughf colds and all lung throat and chest troubles more quickly and ectuallT than any other remedy DR BELLS Pine Tar- Honey If told by ftlldrouteti or rent upon receipt of pricelie UK and flporr bow by TN L L athnl1 al r re I tillCC YSlerBank WINCHESTER KY N fl WITHERSPOON President R D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of merchant farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky facllltyrudtbelegitimate banking oc1181y waTCHEs GOOD ONES at 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 oT AND U1WULDS 1 And Watch Repairing OOTO FRED J HEINTZ 135 E Blain- LExtoTON KY TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MT STERLING KY e CAPITAL 200000 I SURPLUS 30000 o M BIGSTAFP President G L KIRKPATRICK Vice President W W THOMSON Cashier 0Werespectfullysollcltthe business of mer chants farmers traders and business men- generahy I throughout Eastern Kentucky A general banking 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letter was crowded out of this issu6 Curtis Quicksall oi this place attended court nt Campion Mon day In our next issue wo hope to give much moro about Cubit and the war than wo have yet published Eddio Iayof this place loft Tuesday for Mt Sterling to attend Ringling Bros circus yesterday Mrs Roo Day huts tho thanks of the editor aid his better for a- very liberal bunch of pie plant Taylor Day who has boon con fined to his bed for several days is said to bo threatened with fever A GREAT record of cures une qualled in medical history proves sSansnparllIaj48sesmeritno known to anyother MEDICINE Rev James It Word will preach at Consolation Sunday afternoon at tho usual hour All invited to attend Tho Racket sUiro has been moved from tho John Rose corner to the main store of J T Dny and con Holidated with it W F Lykins will preach at the Stillwator bridge tho second Sat urday in May and Sunday follow ing at 11 oclock each day Regular services at tho Metho dist church next Sunday morning at 11 clock j also church confer once No preaching at night On account of tho protracted meeting at the Christian church there will bo no prayer mooting at tho Methodist church tonight tYI I A little child of Tom Clear and wife near town is quite ill with scrofula and said to bo tho thin nest mite of humanity ever seen Great Cures proved by thousands of testimonials show that Hoods Bar hnparilla possesses power to purify vitalize and enrich tho blood Hoods Plll mthe only pills to be taken with Hoods Sareaparllla If tho party who took a silk um brella from Pieratts stable Easter Sunday morning will roturn tho same to Mort Pioratt or leave it at appeariin TIlE HERALD Ban ford Mannin had contracted with tho trustees of Sandfioid district 1i to teach their school again Ho taught it last year and gave suchsatisfaction that wo think it a wise stop in getting him again When you want a shave sham poo or haircult call on Mons Noah Cisco at tho postoflico tonsorial if parlors and you will bo fixed up in stylo The patronage of trav eling men is especially solicited told satisfaction guaranteed JTohn Pioratt is fast building up n handsome trado in saddles and I harness His saddles aro said to ho superior to anything of tho kind in tho state and ho is supplying a thorn to many farmers in adjoining counties II Protracted Meeting at Christian Church Elder T S Tineley of Owings villo arrived horo on Monday aft ornoon and as previously announ fid began the series of meetings now in progress At the first service a largo audience greeted him thus showing both their appreciation of spiritual topics for sermons announced on last week on Sunday afternoon ho will preach on tho Cuban War Everybody is cordially invited to attend theso meetings that they may hoar the gospol preached from a Bible standpoint Day service is at 815 p in and the night sor vice at 8 p m Tho Racket Store htfU been re moved from tho John Roso corner and consolidated with my main store Mr McLin will visit the markets of Cincinnati noxt week and stock up on all lines of upto dato goods The store will bo run on tho racket system henceforth that is when you take tho goods you pay tho cash That is tho way I buy and to enable mo to save you money on your every purchase that is tho way you must pay I have retained Willie Pioratt as a salesman and ho will bo glad to see all his old friends at his new stand I have tho stock and prices will be as low as the lowest In fact down down Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future favors I remain Respectfully JT DAY Incidentally we hear that Bob Molin contomplates moving his family to Jakson to reside That ho has been nursing a notion of that sort for some time wo knew but when ho planted a truck patch a few days sinco wo hoped ho had abandoned tho iidea With tho poo plo generally wo should very much dislike to BOQ him and his estima blo wifo and interesting children go from among its but if they do Jackson will have gained largely at the expense of Hazel Green Potit Jury JohnS Cable Z 11 Haulsoy A B Swongo Cr II Gar rison Douglas Evans John T Coons Miko Dolphin GW Haul soy J L Honakor A H Lacy R J Alexander Jeff Wells J F Patton Link Tomlinson Isaac Hollon A J Stark Robt Mur phy Wyley Steele D B Stamper Barney Blankonship Jerry Prof fitt J II Chapel Tom Tolson and James M Roberta Three empty store rooms do not impress occasional visitors nor tho public generally with tho import anco of Hazol Green as an eko ao of enterprise Business men who may wish to locate might rout one of those buildings at a nominal figure and build up a good trade A livo man with live methods could work wonders Elder Houry Adams will preach at Daysboro Saturday at 8 oclock and at 11 Sunday Ho has just returned fromWelhugton Mon ifee county and roports a successful meeting with seven additions to tho church Bro Samuel Whit a preacher of tho Church of God being one of tho lnumbor- Correspondence arriving Tues day flight had to be curtailed and undor existing circumstances wo hopo our correspondents will got in their favors Monday It would save us much unnecessary work and insure tho appearance of their ontiro letters in most all cases The following gentlemen compose tho grand jury Jeff M Rose Kolloy Fulke Milburn Linkous Joo Haulsey S P Howe Lewis Brewer R M Haddix Joo Catron J W Taulbee Joe Leo Wilson B N Spradliug and T B Hanks iL i When you go to Lexington do not fail to see Louis lL Gus Straus about those 400 500 750 and 1000 suits advertised today inI our paper Suffered 20 Years MARY LEWIS wife of a proml Mold farmer and well known by all residents near Bclinont N Y writes 1 For tw ntyncren years I had been constant sufferer from nervous prostration and paid large sums of money for doctors and advertised remedies without benefit Three years ago my condition was alarming the Icast noise would startle and unnerve me I was unable to sleep bad a number of sinking spells and slowly grew worse I began using Dr Mlles Restorative Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills At first the medicine seemed to have no effect but after taking a tow bottles I began to notice change I rested better at night my appo tile began to improve and I rapidly grew better until now I am u nearly restored to health as one of my ago may expect God bleu DrMlle NerTln Dr Miles Remedies Drr b RVgutsguarantee first bottle 1 lintlbenefits or money refunded Book on dis 1+ eases of the heart and nerves free Address DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind BprUf Term ei Htxel Ones Academy HAZEL GREEN Ky March 1 1898 Let me call your attention to our Spring work for teachers On Monday March 28th we be gin a term of eleven weeks in which wo will give to those preparing to teach a thorough review of the Pub tic School Course with Lectures on Psychology and on Theory and Practice We will make a specialty of pre paring persons for the Examina tion of Applicants for Certificates to Teach If you want a better grade certificate come here if you want to be better prepared to teach come hero You may join our regular classes in addition to the Review Work The cost is for board 1200 per week tuition 500 for the term matriculation 100 Payment in full in advance will be discounted 5 per cent- Remembt his is n part of the work we do very year It is not to catch you but to help you tU VtJ Six dollars pays for tuition in Typewriting and Shorthand for this term of eleven weeks During this time the elementary principles of Shorthand may be mastered easi ly and then the student can pursue the study without further iustruc Lion Respectfully WAI H CORD Principal Hazel Green Academy THE GREATEST BOOK OF THE AGE I Should be II Every Home and Library liPeoples me Bistoigg OsdrtoaeUnitt i Ater aamwi ITM OartlM D P Chlcuo TheologicalI itsv rredrlo W Frnr U U itevyIntrLIlr Fr nk W Oonunlai UU Armour Inettt- ntChltrga111Rieorg5 rtcUcort UD Mrf I bon Pnsb rta Church London CDII Ra It K IIOCArtbor vo OeInF1 R pUt burch New York VltVL n Martin tummerbell hU slain St 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every man without further appeal will call on H C QUICK BALL at my store AND PAY his account at once F orItM n der to meet my obligations and j HI IrI make this last appeal before plac m r ing your accounts in the hands of H 1 1anAttorney for collection You will not ignore this appeal p if you have a symaathizinq soul Respectfully- H Fa PIERATT C i RUSSELL BROTHERS I =I MILLERS AND SAWYERS f HAVINGoverhauled and thoroughly repaired the machinery = MILL at Hazel Green we are now pro I Iof attend to the wants of the public In ALL MILL MAT = and willuarantee satisfaction In all cases Grind days v TUESDAYS FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS Toll OneEighth E Building Material of All Kinds We are also prepared to do custom sawing at 13 per 1000 41= feet or on the halves and we cnn on short notice furnish FLOOR =ING CEILING WEATHERBOARDING SHEETING andr= nil kinds of Building Material in wood at the LOWEST PRIOE 41EI When want to r Is the finest ever erected in this section and since we have been = in char c of it we have made AS GOOD FLOUR AS CAN BE PRODUCED IN ANY PART OF THE STATE from tho same quality of wheat white and sweet Bring us good wheat and tofind ih= OUR WATER SILL 3 prer and will GRIND EVERY DAY i1 excepted= THE CREATtNATIONAL FAMILYNEWSPAPER FOlt i3ARMERfi- and VILLAGERJJ AND YOUR FAVORITE HOME PAPER THE HAZEL ME35 HERALD TJH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 100 tSTSond all orders to THE HERALD THE NIY TRIBUNE ALMANAC 840 PAGES A National Book of refer informationContainsofNewYorkMeKlnhysandNavyand dommittees complete articles on the Currency Gold and Silver and a vast amount of other valuable information The standard AmerIcan almanac authoritative and cog plete corresponding in rank with whltlakcrs Almanac In Europe POSTAGEPAIDSend a Green Ky 5m 1 i EVERY DESCRIPTION 5LIBOMITL YKXECUTEI AT THIS OKlICH ASU AT IOWEST 1itiCEelr l lnJ r lni a syi Cow Poas for Stock I have Clipped 10 bushels of cow pens of tho whippoorwill variety to Hazel Green with the hope that the farmer of that section will avail themselves of an opportunity to get n start of the best forage crop known to agriculture You can get a limited supply of this seed from Morton Swango at cost The gov crumcnt is sending out some packages OL this seed and in order that the projrrc sire farmers may know more of this crop I shall give Till HIUAU renders the benefit of my observations There are dozens of varieties of cow pens but I have selected the whippoorwill variety with the belief that it is the best kind for the soils in the mountains Then again this is the best for hay It stands erect oftea yields 25 bushels of seed per acre and has jjood growth of vine Its chief use however is to restore worn out lands to their former fertility Ex periment stations in 20 or more states give it out that peas as a fertilizer are the best known with the possible excep tion of soja beans One station save the cow pea is one of the new crops that leaves the soil in an improved con dition A bluegrans farmer now living in this state told me that pen hay was the finest feed he had ever known and that his mules kept fat on that alone Ibis method of cultivation is about as followsFirst break the land and hnrrow it well Then if seed is cheap and labor scarce sow broadcast one to two bushels to the acre If the land is well prepared it will need no further cultivation If seed is high and labor cheap it will be better to plant in rows like corn and plow it shallow two or three times The yield will be better and the crop more valuable though it will be more expen sire They should be mown before they get ripe if desired for hay In that event a second crop will come from the stubble and afford good pasture They are often sown between the rows of corn when the latter is being laid byThis is a good method of sowing to save seed They can be put in the ground any time from April to July with goodresults The Mississippi station says the best time to cut peas for hay is when the first pods begin to ripen When cut at that stage it cures more ea1i1tnd makes stronger feed The hay is harder to cure than clover and should be placed in an open shed or in a place well ventilated An Illinois farmer now living in this county says ho never saw a place too poor nor too dry for pens They have enormous roots which store up nitrogen in greater quantities than any other crop clover not excepted and nitrogen is to the plant what oxygen is to the animal kingdom I hope the farmers round about Hazel Green will experi meat with the pea and I am satisfied that if they do they will pronounce it a great success If you desire further information address the Bureau of Agriulture Washington D C Every farmer should bo a subscriber of a good paper By clubbing with THE JlgRAU you can get them at half price and farmers that want to keep up with the times can not do without a farm paper any more than a doctor or lawyer can do without a library The Home and Farm published at Louisville is a great paper and I commend it to the farmers of the mountains J II siWAJfao Memphis Tcnn April 23 Nelsons Hawaiian Hair Elizor This is to certify that we handled Nelsons Hawaiian Hair Elixir for ten months and can truthfully say that tin sale of it is phenominal We have sold ten times as much of it as of all other hair preparations combined our sales amounting to over GOO bottles seven other drug stores in the city handling it byfarmarket Respectfully WILSON DRUG Co Lexington Ky Leo Gordon Company East Main Street KyMy two years ago to fall out and I was nearly bald After using Nelsons Hair Ilestoratiye it has produced a new suit of hair and has stopped it from falling out I used two bottles mad find that it will do all that he claims for its Oct 5 1895 L II GonDoxI Spencer Cooper Agent for Breathitt Mogofiin Morgan Menefco and Wolfe counties 1 per bottle Mrs Clevelands Now Photographs Mrs Cleveland recently had a new set of photographs taken the first time she has been photographed since leaving the White House and has given them to Mr Bok with permission to publish them in The Ladles Homo Journal where they will be publicly seen for the first time The set also includes the first authoritative photographs publishedof the new Princeton home of the Glove lands A Democracy and Its Future Judging the future by tho past I think it safe to say generally that so long ns the doctrine of centralization ii opposed and the doctrine of popular sovereignty in tho nation and of state supremacy over local affairs is maintained and BO long as the people fight for liberty fo self govornment and for the controlof public affairs against sordid special inter ests the Democratic party will remain conservaitI are the Republic the Democratic party will continue to bo what it has ever been the exponent of those principles The battles of the future will be substantially along time same lines as those of the past Against tho Democratic party will be arrayed the same powerful influences which opposed it in the last willIcomoI lIatlonlrcnlJLions of the Chicago platform of 18JC funllall1cntnlllquestions fur a century as the permanent creedof the party and so far as they relate toIl financial and purely economic questions they will be repeated and insisted upon I from one convention to another until crystalized into Ilegislation or until elim inated by reason of satisfactory changes in tho industrial and economic conditions of the country- I say this because that platform is a clear conservative comprehensive state ment of the Democratic position Every declaration in is Democratic made alone in the interests of tho common p opleIjI and in strict accord with the ancientII faith of the party Moreover form has the approval of the people themselves it is indeed their handii work and the politicians would not change it if they couldEx Governor W J Stone of Missouri in Forum Hows This 1 We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Fe J CHENEY CO Props Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known K J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business j transactions and financially able to carryout any obligations made by their firm WEST iTnt AX Wholesale Druggists Toledo O WAi iNOKixVANi MAKVIX Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and InU cons surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sod by all druggists Tea timoniuls free a s k j Halls Family Pills are the best Stock Sales Last Friday The Cincinnati Live Stock Record of Friday gives the following as the best prices for that day Top price of hogS 105 Best price for cattle 500 Best price for sheep JCO Best lambs brought 700 A choice calf weighing 130 pounds brougt G per 100 The above were actual sales but it should bo borne in mind that they repre sent the best of their class on the market that day THE HrnAhn will each week give tho best sales of tho Friday before which is alone worth tho price of tho paper NOW is the time to subscribe Two years ago R J Warren a drug gist at Pleasant Brook N Y bought a small supply of Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sums up the result as follows At that timo tho goods were unknown in this section today Cham berlains Cough Remedy is a household word It is tho same in hundreds of communities Wherever tho good qual ities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy become known tho peoplo will have nothing else For sale by J T Day Wolfe County Runs Ahead M D Spencer formerly of this county but for some years past a citizen of Hor ton Kansas was recently elected city clerk of that town by tho very handsome majority of 2M votes Ho ran on the Citizens ticket in opposition to T F Hays Republican who polled a total of 285 votes only 29 votes more than Spen cers majority Spencer ran over 200 ahead of his party which would indicate that ho has lost none of his old time popularity and his Wolfe county friends will rejoice to know that ho is still true to his Democratic faith To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it falls to sure 25c HOW TO FIND OUT Fill n bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates n diseased condition of tho kidneys When urine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire alsorconvincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO UOe There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that iJrKiluieraSwami Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in lelieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder und every part of tho urinary pus aga It corrects Inn bility to hold urine and scalding pain ir passing it or had efleets following use tlf liquor wlnaor beer and overcomes that tin pleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate Tho mild anti the extraor dinary pffect of Swamp Root is soot realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of tho most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug- gistsi price fifty cents and one dollar You may have a cample bottle and pam phlet both sent free by mail upon tin receipt of three 2 cent stamps to cover lentlonIyour address to Dr Kilmer fc Co fling hampton N Y The proprietor of this paper guarantees the genuineness of till offer American Tools Aro the Best Hermann J Olsen a distinguished manufacturer of Norway is now in time United States to purchase supplies for his plant in his own country He says that the United States now produces tools superior to those of either Germany or England and while he expects to- have to pay higher prices for them it 5li- the cheapest way in the end He proposes to purchase in this country a large quantity of supplies for his plant in INorway certainlyI I a high tribute toI American genius and skill Americans are the moil inventive pee pie on earth To them have been issued nearly 600000 patents or more than one third of all the patents issued in the world No discovery of modern years has been of greater benefit to mankind than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhcve Remedy or has done more to relieve pain and suficriug1 W Vaughn of Oakton Kysays I have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarr eernlIyears I ever used for cramps in the stomach and bowels For sale by J T Day Hazel Green now living in the Have a friendyou west south cast- or north anywhere in fact who for merly lived in this section If so please bring or send us time name and postoflico address and we will Bend thorn A FREE SAMPLE COPY of THE HKUAID that will bo to them like a letter from home Send us names of AM whose postofllcc address you know They will appreciate it and so will we We can send 100 or 1000 nyc 10000 and will be glad to do so Send us pone names this week A gratifying development in consider ing the probabilities as to a war loan is the discovery that time United States has more money in circulation today than at army timo in its history time total money in circulation being 1756058615or1 216000000 more than on July 11806 Mrs A Inveen residing at 720 Henry street Alton Ill suffered with sciatic rheumatism for over eight mouths Sho doctored for it nearly tho whole of this time sing various remedies recommended by friends and was treated by tho physicians but received no relief She thou used one and a half bottles of Chamberlains Pain Balm which effected a complete cure This is published at her request as site wants others similarly afflicted to know what cured her Time 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by J T Day Hazel Green Up to Date Millinery Mrs S B Kash will this spring bring a fine line of millinery goods to Hazel Green Having spent the past winter in Louisville she is well posted as to styles and requests the ladies to await her coming before making their purchases Date of opening will be announced later Oscar Cecil of the Consolation neigh borhood on Saturday bought of Jimmie James of Lacy creek a calf about three months old for 15 bushels of corn That lacking cough is undermining your constitutionsapping your strength Dr Bells Pino Tar Honey will euro it This is ono of tho most valuable remedies of modern times for coughs colds and bronchial troubles Miss Loulic Catron of Chapel branch is selling ladies hats at Billy Catrons store at Pomeroyton oh Ir MONTHLY I SUFFERING Thousands of women are troubledatmonthly inter painsIn backI brcast j ehoulderasideshipsand nut they need I not Buffer j These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that I cau be corrected The men j strual function should operate painlessly i Wnofrirduij makes menstruation painless andregular It puts the deli cntcriciistruil organs in condi tion to do their work properly I ptlilIIuferI1oft Cardiil will relieve her It I costs 100 at the drug store Why dont you get a bottle todayFor I requiringIi Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn ee See i iMrs ROZEKA LEWIS I nyilIwith terrible pains In my head and back i but hut bttn entlreli relieved by Wine ol Cadul Ii I I ID 6jRsE1m J J1I II111rnUIllciltI Headache Cured Free by sample moiled you if this paper u mentioned T h e more promptly hcndncli lsnre i rnlUentwlltbeneatly cured Sold bynil I drugttse CO Cit is A lox The Dr Whitehall Meg Co SOUTH BEND IND I YOUR FORTUNE1 your hinlh YonrlnpnlncM In yttr itrvnutta Keep the dead mid Thrimt clear and healthy and mnr mhoil r4 l nwen n r rel andl rn e iI CUNIIMAVS MKVrilOMMIAIIllllMne-pn m t ftnf In niaitkird In ml heed loubte- toimrM coritN Noun lit ltO1l cx TMCIIII That ii v Till mlar fiffiitnrrh dli appear br 110 mo WnIIIII HUT KiTrrand Aittim Mrnrv OMY eUHiisiiVH- If rut Hr II 0 Lwetlld W It II T Kill 10 rriil awe 6 H k n lk l trr lt imS burn 11 tlltKlUN IU 111 A nOIIIN A 1 HAZEL GREEN ICY Will practice In tin court of Wolfe and the iiiljninliiK counties all1llitteml promptly to all collection entrusted to hint y P NORRIS Court Stenographer Examiner JACICSON ICY Court reporting or teaching Shorthand in Drp3slinns They banish pain itI and prolong life 50 YEARS EXPERIENCED II 5 IITRADEand deacrlpttnn mss Y- IQnlfon lron flMiMTO I roe w etbrr an I 111r hnbry IIllnlabl Communtrn lions Mrlctlriitllomfnll Handbook on Patent sent free Oldest ngpnrjr for torntlng patent Intone taken ttir uh Munn A to recclT I I epScieiatifIceRinerIcaii A handsomely I11ntrtr weekly T urgent rlrI raUtton of any clonllBn Journal Terras 13 a T ari four nontbi ft Bold b1I1I newidmlpr MUNN SCB- nacfc YaahtngtonkOflCfl Oli F BU CHAS BUCHANAN Practical Boot and Shoe Maker HAZEL GREEN KY 0 Ladies Gentlemens Fino Shoes hlnIftShop at t Store bfcOCicTicK l WDEHFS1WGE A nook for Young and Old rftoua RECORD lvlc IERVOUS I II I Eshi 1378 DLOOD t 250000 SKIN LII DISEASED1 PRIVATE a DISEASESCUR 50000 CURED H YOUNG MAN fertei1MUCH ignorant if tli trrnIerdmo you werpcmntnlltlnr Ulilrttonlrrnnililer t lire fatclnallnc allurement of tills evil luiMlT Whtii too Ilitoto avoid tho trr ribto result W ro Tur 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