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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u 1 I f t J j if lTtIE HAZEL OREEN tlERLa e If ft 1 Established March 1 1885 Made Famo sin the Story or Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell r rir ami COOPKK IMltor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky MountainspNueHcxr iill Ii I = FOURTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN AVOLPI5 COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29 1898 NUMBER 20l DRY G8QDS1 GARTER I 1IIMIOKTKUS AND DKAUlls ljf 1 I f C I lJJi Iii t 0c r r yS AND NOTIONS LOUISVILLE KYY Kefercnco 1 Taylor Day Hazel Green y CREEM 8O- WHOLESALE S QJ J x 1JCIi 25 W MAIN STREET I olx 4lxaT4s Kv Q1 MENDEL GOSLING g CO JOHHEltd IN ziyy HATS GAPS STRAW GOODS Gloves Umbrellas roO ti 627 and 620 W Main St- LOUISVILLE KY O n ro =1 J LSllht1WOil1 Go 0000 1 t MAXUFACTUKKIW ANI JOIUIKIIS OK 00 00 GtI I G yf West Main Street j 00LOUISVILLEf KY 00 st I TIGEBa Jean Kersey Oassimere Conluroy1 Iauts- p 10r anil fails 3 JtJ DUCK COATS 1Arc acknowledged to ho Superior to nay 4prnducil Sizes giiarantieil marked 00 reSOLD BY I iL r TAYLOR DAY 00 HAZEL GREEN KY OO OOIXJJ11 ROBINSON NORTON CO LOUISVILLE KY X RELIAOLEHUGHES Chills3 TONICCuresI 1tI50c SlOO Bottles Druggists Have p IMPROVEDTASTE PLEASANT at RobinsonPettett CoIor15CitII Incorporated KV J nn BODE HARDWARE COMPANY WJIOIES- AL13I11DW11E 0 o 1 g f Q arxd C4rsr r t CINCINNATI O Q lieferenee J Taylor Day hazel keen aPI Rpi c a 1G57 Raco st i DQl tI Lrt fJLJ CINCINNATI Et io I The loading honso for FANCY DRYi GOODS FURNISHING GOODS and ti NOTIONS Always have BIG Drives JSTSpecial attention to Mail Orders aKflIOMELll rr- I i IMlOKTKUS AND JOII1IE1W OK FURNISHING GOODS HOSIERY Underwear White Goods t NOTIONS FANCY DRY GOODS 225227 Race St ti SIJ t 1uIiCINCINNATI R s 8- t S Xx Manufacturers and Jobbers of BOOTS SHOES 3 RUBBERS- No 3 W PEARL STREET CINCINNATI d GETI YOUR NOTEUEAWSEnvelopwn Letterhead CnmloBue du e I11M 7 Cllrlntrll at HERALU office IIi r III N HEN EIL1j B1rS The government will send troops tll- garrison Cuba enrly in Ootobcr PortoIlil porttQi t Mrs Jcfltwon Davis irontrntnloveri the death of her daughter Mil Vinnio Davis Important work In the evacuation ifCuba iinspected of the military cumminI I Shill in Hit 111 It lloiiMvelts rnughriders till give a proceedstoThe Italian government hni recom mended to tho power that international iitii he taken against anurchUt diedinI afterbeingAt Kushvillc lad MM Mary Murray S3 years old an Indiana pioneer died lit injuries received by a fall two weeks ago Mrs Bright Iliving at Portland Indwas so badly stung by myriads of mad dened heel that SQ may din from her injuries IV W Stephens farmer near Salem Ind threshed MOO bushelsI of wheat oil SI5I new an average yield of II bushels per acre Jaj Gen Wheeler will have command of the cavalry which is to form a part of tho army of occupation of Cuba and Porto Rico CJov Tanner has decided that the bat tleship Illinois shall be christened ac cording to the timehonored custom with champagne Great alarm is felt in Naples and thi surrounding country over the action of Mount Vesuvius which hourly becomes more threatening Win McDonald a prosperous ranch man near Kl Ileno Okla wits assassinat ed by claim jumper who were jealous of his prosperity It is reported at Seoul Corca that a high official of the palace ordered tho royal cook to poison tho food of the ling and Crown Prince New York city council has formally thanked Miss Helen Ciould for her gets erosity and charitable interest in sick soldiers and sailors Tom Cox a well knotiwn citizen of Ful lerton Ind was kicked in the face and chest by his horse thrown from his buggy and instantly killed A Huiigariainnvested iiiOO with two green goods men at New York and succeeded ill beatinir them at their own game and securing 20SO Two difficult tasks before the Ameri can commission in Cuba are the disarm ament of the volunteers and the dis bandmcnt of the Cuban army Gen Joseph Wheeler was unanimous ly nominated for congress in tho Eighth Alabama district Democrats IJepubli cans 11111 Populists participating Wabasb Ind is being Hooded with spurious silver dollars Many have found their way to the banks and many more have been passed upon merchants The attempt on the part of Japan to extend her authority over tho savage tribes in the interior of Formosa has caused another rebellion in tho island Senator Kyle of South Dacota has so far recovered from his recent stroke of paralysis at Cleveland 0 that he is ex pected to start fur his home this week Hones of long deceased Indians have been exumed near Providence H rlIIld- it iis now recalled that the place was nn Indian burying ground over 100 years agoNear Kendallville huh a Granger who gave the name of talon Kennou was arrested for robbing farm houses the stolen goods being found in his posses sionThe United states revenue cutter Grant which went up into Alaskan wa tern in u fruitless search for a Spanish privates has arrivedat Seattle Wash tram Sitka Lee Mills was hanged at Hebor Ark for the murder of Hugh Patterson The execution woe witnessed by 3000 people On the gallows Mills made a full confes sion of his crime An audience in a theater in Havana hissed a play on the Drey fu case and forcibly elected four Frenchmen from the building The repetition of tho play has been forbidden A representative of the rebels in China has arrived in San Franclico He will visit the various Chinese communities In tho United States to solicit money for the rebels in duns w0 0 t f c 4 tiya J LY I JI PULVERIZING A PLATITUDE Life IB Not wit Zlo Mako ItNovor Was and in tho Vory Nature of j Things Never Will Bo I There iis one clas of pmple with whom optillli of remarking in a sanctimonious sort of way that Life is what wo mnke it i Winnever I hear a man utter that trite jI everlastinglyFar I Flat mpttllcomelupuuhimnvantageLife itnoerwas and in the very nature of things never will be We are one and all the i poor paralyzed creatures of Mucking min- dMasterful i Circumstance as I will proceed to prove In tho first place wo have no voice in saying whether we shall or shall not come into this devilish deathtrap of a woefully useless world none When we first become conscience of our existence wo are here and hero we must stay for a certain period unless wo commit fete do seits it has been misnamed a thing that the muscular majority of un are two cowardly to do I say too cowardly for there is no deed i in the whole I Sum uuti- NwCep Of creation that requires more cour ago than suicide Again We have no choice whatever as to whether wo shall be born hand some healthy nod heirs to a fortune or whether we shout inherit homeliness dis ease and poverty that damnedest curse of allI And again Wo have no choice unite as to whether wt shall naturally possess a good bad or indiUcrcnt disposition the General Commander of the Universe determining that little mutter to suit Himself Yet again We have no choice an to whether our brains shall be brilliant or blubbcry or whether wo shall hnvt nay brains lit all for the matter of that And yet again We have no choice as to whether our natal environments shall be ennobling to the premier point degrading to the list degree or a monoto units mean betwixt the two In view ofnil these tlinty facts it must require a desperately tough CUll science to claim that lifo is what we make it- Aprupa54 of the subject in hand I will instance the case ofIL child who iis ush Bred into his cradle under the most favor able conditions Ho possesses all the gifts of the gods He iis n perfect A p pollo in his personal appearance he is noble in his inclinations he is phenome natty intellectual ho lay tho physique of a Roman athlete tend the riches of a Rockefeller are at his command Surely this fortunate young fellow is in a position to make or iinmrko his ca rerrto fashion his fnteto 1 leave the world at least n trifle better or a trillo worse for his having lived in it Nothing of tho kind Ho in just as liable to become the spurt of Destiny as if he had been born the very reverse of all he is We will that ho had tho HCDHO to remain singe for I want him to enjoy every advantage at the beginning of his battle with Fate 111111lOa man mar ried is a man marred you knowis handicapped in a way that I wouldnt be for allI tho Goldand GloryBetwixt me tend the millennium Yes my hero shall ill a bachelor and he shall be as ambitious as Apollyon Hi wants to become a ruler of the race timid inasmuch as he possesses plenty of MindMoney Morals and Magnetism Supplemented ha sovereign popular Sty there seems to side of death that can possihlydefeat his alas But he has reckoned without his host He hasnt figured with Destiny and suddenly that amiable lord buss and master of us all puts in an appearance smites him with paralysis and leaves him a living corpse I The best physicians are called in to his relief They leave nothing undone nothing untried that may restore him to himself Vain1 He may live for a few dayshe may live for many years but bo it days or years ho will never bo able to walk again or talk again or in any way hold converse with his kind Yet life is what we make it I Oh I interjects your pervasive Op timist at this point if you will inquire carefully into the private history of our horn you will find that ho Iresponsible for time disaster that knocked him out that he was addicted to tho cup that kicks up a hooray or had a penchant for females of the scarlet persuasion o- ror something 1 Now I want those pbnriiaic fools to understand that paralysis frequently be falla people whose habits are irreproach I + ih v lj f tlpeoplo who dont puss ton Jjugs people who wouldnt touch a trull with a ten font pole people who dont make hog of themselves either at the festal hoard or in the bridal lied And 1 happen to know that my hero was one peopleWellyour optimistic onagers ho must have inherited a ten done to paralysis from some ancestor who traversed tho laws of hygiene The sins of the father you know Precisely sprungfortho contention that lifo is what wo make it Is a man responsible for tho doings or mindoings of a progenitor I wot nutiI wot never and I lordly think that anyone is ass enough to claim tho contraryHut of boinc a celibate let us say that my hero is happily wedded ton divinely radiant woman whom he rlcillroentcHhiMInstead of being a vitalized stifl let us say that ho is the most virile and vigor i10111acquaintanceWhile of his domestic relations surrounded by a blooming 1 band of his own children lie bejupgles himself into tho belief that lifo is what wo mako it and that hn hits manufactured a signally successful brand of existence for himself Hut one this a rapid change conics over tho spirit of his refulgent dreams comes too without the slightest faultI upon his part A pitiless pestilence is turned loose upon his city by tho irre sistible power that regulates this revolt lug mudball of mortality his wifo and children are tumbled into a trench along with a multitude of other victims and ho is left to cry out in unavailing agony against the fell terrible fatality tint has turned his beatitude into blLlehlH fund felicity tutu II CruelConsummate ConsummateCurse Yet life is what he made it I 10 Lord dlilgrulltlcd1lIllIlipral Hut he rued far better than his next door neighbor whoso semi and daughter went tinsmitten by tho plague for that son became a slayer of men and the hour is moot to strike when he will be left dangling from the red arm of a scaf fold tree while that daughter revels in a litllhouso with her concupiscent kind Their father feels tho disgrace they have brought mown his name feuls it in I every atom of his being and stands ready to send a bullet spinning through his brain He the incarnation of Purity and- Probity Had tried by every mucous that lay in his power to inform hiIIn firing with ifs own virtues Ho failed through no folly of his oyvn rind now I yesIunjust critic of his kind it may be but never in tho judgment of a man or wom an who believes in meting out malice j toward none timid charity for all While Iits living in Iowa several years ago an incident occurred that stair ed itself on my memory forever I hind linen talking with n clergyman of the most orthodox cult one day on the very subject that I am treating of in this mon ogrnph lie wits one of thoxo bigoted old reprobates of whom religion is no prolific your Pit ritanle religion He hind Whanged and Whined Away for an hourandtwentyHoven minutes of my valuable time in a vacu ous effort to convince me that life is what we make it that if we are wretch ed and runky unfortunate andI outof joint generally its becniiHo wochllc gone ngallivmitin off from thin straight an narrer path prescribed by thin Scri- ptllrI40hIl1I1 a mortal lot moro of tho like Rubbish and Rot Are you contented 1 I asked lam ho replied with that mincti tied twang peculiar to the Pull pitcer I have tried to conform to tho teachings of the Holy Hoakaimstud the Lord has blessed mo in lilY goingsin and my com- lugsoutIIIt Had I led a godless life ah had I been a scoffer at the Scripturs mug succumbed to the temptations that Satan confronts us with at every turn ah I feel positive that I would bo the most inferable of men Yea verily life is what wo mako it Poor deluded old dunderfunk I That night that very night a cyclone tore across Iowa leaving a broad belt of Death null- Desolation In its wlmddering wake and one of Its victims was my optimistic friend the foolparson who professed to believe that life Iit what wo make it ills house wan blown in Hinder his wife and himself were crippled for tho remainder of their days and In the ghastly gray of the next morning they received a telegram stating that their only child n beautiful and beloved daughter bad mpt u fright ful fate She was a student at Grin i ell College that structure was torn into fragments by the cyclone and the por girl caught up and carried off by S J i b to 4 10 1 LfH Yqa f f tho hell terriblo winds watt found twlt 4ff cd round and round a lamppott vUU every bone in her hotly broken- If I halt over met her father after that I wouldnt havo been brutal enough to ask him if ho still thought that life Ii hnvebeen ti but Id have kept up a thundering night of thinking on tho subject jtistas stony gcntluthemists file oil forever in tho matchless + morning of their yearnings and their years In plainer parlance I have scup them dumped lute holes in tho ground to bo gnawed into giblets by tho fecu lent wormy that fester there anti i 1 brightdrf1I1It1l theyhndlions that hai vanished in tho viewless void when the minds hearts null HOUH in which they were conceived went out k nightWis lend ntndo It for themselves 1 Did they elect to go away in their gloryftil youth and leavo untrodden tho ttowerful fields and hales on heights that beckoned them on and up to tho untried Jots andrJubilees Of an earthly existence I wet not never 1 Lifo was not what they rondo it or it would have seen the full fruU lieu of their blighted purposes and their Mauled plans Useless their Genius and Graces Useless their altruism and abnegation of self They were doomed to pas through the ordeal of disease through tho agony of death and stiller just itstt much of physical pain an thin damnedest rascal or tho most inv tcrnto idiot that over slipped his cable nod drifted out upon the sea that hats no shore No good gentlemen life is tint what we make it If it were not one of IIH would ever know a grinding grief a den olating disappointment nor the death- sthat Ono acid AllOf us into disgusting skeletons at lust Will HuhlmrdKernan in Cleveland 0 Jailing Gun A CRITICAL TIME DURING THE BATTLE OF SANTIAGO SICK OR WELL A RUSH NIGIIT AND DAY Tho Packers at tho Battle of Santiago do Cuba wore all Hprooa Their Heroic Efforts In Getting Ammunition and Ra lions to tho Front Saved tho Day P IK Butler of pucktrain No H writing front Santiago do Cuba on July 13dsrys We all had diarrhnn in more or less violent form amid when wo landed wo hind no time to sea n doctor for it was a case II rush and rush night laid day to keep tho troops supplied with ammunition limitations but thankx to hamberlalnH Lolls Cholera mid Jarrhom Kennedy wo worn able to keep at work and keep our health in fact I slim cerely believe that at one critical time this medicine wan the indirect envlour of our army for if the packers hud been unable to work there would have been no way of getting supplies to tho front a Them wero no roads that II wagon train coulduse My comrade and myself had thu grand fortune to lay in a Htipplyof this medicine for our packtrain beforo we left Tampa and I know in four canes + Iit absolutely saved life The above letter wits written to tho manufiicturerH of thtu medicine tho w Chamberlain Medicine Co Den MoltiCM Iowa For solo by J1 Hay Girls Living la Country Towns In tho October Ladies Homo Journal Edward Hok tcvoUH much of his edito rial page to showing country girls stud women the way to mako their lives mean more how they can partake morn fully 1 of the true cnjoymcntn of life Ho linn prescribed a method of country livingslr which mn readily and profitably ho pur sued and which will go far toward tho i emancipation of the country wonJan from much of tho drudgery and lighten tho Isolation of farm lifo Take Notes Ir tw To AM WHOM IT MAY CONOBIltfj I Clay hose will not be responsible for any trade that Aea toile my son may mako or nut orany business triune t intoAIc1lurttJerover any property tint ho owns oriiu lav I 11Givent 18U8 CLAY 11ihtL Regret to Bee Hia getRev J U Word and bit eatlwaf uT rifriendsi i go from among ui sad with THK Hint C AfcD tbMe frlendi exprewlhe their lines may fill In pleiftwatJ joBrI Ibur jo Ih Ir Y- hsi ft- s ojt irbJ er Vt f1ho 4 1ioJ i 4 oit SIg i L w J 2A+yI + CrJ 4 f I THE HEtarSPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Sfpt 20 1898 n DEMOCRATIC TICKET 0- F01t ONGHKSS IOTU DISTHICT Kona Titus Y FitzDatrioR Or htnvn COUNTY =J TAYIOII PAY president of the Jduol ircon hair and Driving Park Association iksirca UK to announce that in addition to tlio liberal list of prom Jum ttlrcaly promulgated there will be four additional OUCH olllml namely Ono fur the host lady rider onu for the Ueat Htmtlemnn rider one fur the bent girl rider between 9 mid 3JS ycamof age utid ono fur tlio bent boy rider between I a id 18 year of Jigo Tbimo prciniuiim lire ell specials anti will bo announced on Iho opening morning of the fair at which time the day the contcntd are to tko place will bo also cried out Mr Jiy la doing every thing podhlo to make the fair a greater BIICCCBH this year than ever beforo and his eilortH should bo encourage by all who are intonated in building lip homo institutions iHoveral Jiorsert are now being trained on the fair track and horsemen of Richmond Win chester Ixixington and other points linn signified thuir intention of conning with hornet HO that the sport in that re poet iis nut likely toI tail short Indeed it just now promiacti to surpass that of lust year which in Haying a good deal The display in the floralI hull will equal any yot seen there nod all in nil we see no reason why thin should nut provo the biuiner year of the Haoll been hair Iteiddo thin fair proper there will be nay number ol other attractions mich an a Hying dntchmiin phonograph olcL1 Mr Day is now in Cincinnati buying attraction and that ho will secure the best goes without saying Uemcmbor tho day mid dote Tuesday Oct 111Ith1 POLITlifSLi POTPOURIi i PltlMiwNT McKiviKY in dancing in n political nut and thinks nobody pees him Tlio American people are not Mind Tut reign of Hanna through the channel of MeKinlcy which brought hadiw to the American soldiers Itf near ing its end It fm KtfiKlUKNfK in a teacher which has proven that the chariot of prosperity heralded by Mclvinleyn cohorts lines beets to the business men only n deeper night of gloom Till Hiibsidizcd prcs of the country has taken upon itanlf tho contemptible disk of damning everyone that disagred with tie Republican party policy of en xlnving tho American people to a man cial system based upon bonded indebted tie 1 PlJMOcuACY believes that 1 Labor nil wide as tho earth has its summit in Itenvon i1odurn day Republicanism believes that 111nhor as wide as tho rerthshould have its abiding place in adicol Tho truth of these statements con bo seen In the action of both parties it la ir patriotism to subordinate tho interest of tho array mid navy to tho ad- Vantage of tho Republican party 4 Is it patriotism to make everything that is holy and sacred in our government tho instrument of n political party whose Very power Is cursing tho country today is WHAT Is tho dllleronco between Ann alas and Mark llnnnn About 1SOO years No said my listener tho true iliilcrcnco is Ananias died by lying while Mark llnuna lives by it No said another Ananias was trying to keep his own Mark Hanna to get everything that belongs to others WHAT demon of mischief possesses our ruling powers to force them into economic errors so Contrary to every interest of tho people What prudent business man will make investments when the whole foundation for credit is liable to bo drained out of the country at the dictation of it foreign money power 1 How can this nation hope to prosper vith nil Iti great business resting fOH tin basis of a slender and insecure supply of gold cvery dollar of which oui bo taken at will by a fingle European 1 UcJngheM8e j t tP r Tip general estimate of Republican proApecls this coming full can be gleaned from tho hopeless expression eeen on the face of the Jleptiblicin loaders at their congreRHional headquarters in Washing ton Time elections in Maine and Vcr inorit with the complete turn down given Mr Porter Mr Mclvinliyn pri vote secretory by this Conncrjuut Jir vim bliran convention for governor indi sates tho widespread dissatisfaction oven among Republicans Tint Republican party was elected upon a political 1 issue known as the money question Up to the present time it has failed absolutely to tao mummy ac thou upon that question but on the con trary tho extra session of congress was called for time purpose of bringing pros perity through burdening time people with higher taxation The Uinglcy bill has proven to be ono of the must trans cendent failures for time object sought to be obtained that has ever been known in tho nnnals of American history BRECK AMYX Of the Fourth Kentucky Describes tho Camp at Anniston AlaRopl ment Will Go to Cuba Co D ITU UIOT KY VOJA GAMP SHUT ANNIHTON AlA September iSm J With pleasure I will attempt to write a few lines to lilY home paper as it is the next timing to home with mo Our buys all Hcem toile wIll nut filed here Not much McknoHri except measles MV enil cases of them There were a few left at time division hospital at Lexing ton among them John Rose of West Liberty of Po IX Havo not heard front him since we left One omen of Co I who was left there died this week making threo deaths in the regiment I will attempt to give you a short de scription of our camp Wo are located on a beautiful mill near Anniston n city of about l000 TIll camp is an ideal sue Tents aro on tho pinaclo of the hill while further down the hilt HIlL slopes evenly and gradually are the tents of tho ll000 omen Our camping ground was a wilderness of smith oak and pine hit alter clearing out tho undergrowth it makes a lovely camp We are well supplied with excellent water from a fine spring that hits n capacity of 5000000 gallons per day It Iis about 8 miles from time city and led into a reservoir on top of a high mountain which atlords three times enough to sup ply the city and soldiers There arc live regiments here now and several more expected Tho lib is in tho first brigade first division mind third army corps Chen Franks is both division mind corps commander Our olliccrs think tho Ith will go to Cuba by time last of October Our boys dont go to town as often ns they did at Lexington I suppose the reason iH they mime not net on the streets hy tho sweet Kentucky girls with a basket of fruit in ono hand and a boquet in the other and n smile on their faces that will never fade away WiLhrelocli to editor anti readers of Tin HKIIAU I remain Yours very respectfully 0 15 AMYX Later John lose hums just arrived Says ho is considerably better Hows This 7 Wo oiler One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CIIKXKY C Co Props Toledo O- We tho undersigned Ihave known II- J F Cheney for the last 15 years and be lievo him perfectly honorable in nil bus Ness transaction and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm WKST it TUAUX Wholesale Druggists Toledo O- WAUIJXO KIXXAX MAUYIX Whole smile Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Iis taken internal ly acting directly upon tho blood nod mucous surfaces of tho system Price 7fc per bottle Sold by nil Druggists Testimonials free Halls family Pills are the best What 20 Cents Will Do By Fending tho above amount to The Detroit Free Press Detroit Mich they will send you Tho 1wice a week Detroit Freo tiers from date of receipt of your order until January 11Sft0 This special reduced rate is given to introduce tho to now renders limo Twice a Week Free 1rpss ia a clean up todnte family newspaper anil everyone should titko advantage of this speciall oflbr Time greatest value over oO red for 20 cents Send in your order at once J Old papers 20c a hundred FOR SALifA bran new Alpine safe n bran new buggy two elegant and new sewing machines one a Singer and the other an Eldredge This property came into the possession of the Hustler through a trade and will be sold much lower than the retail price as we wish to get rid of it at once Address Hustler i Jnckson Ivy Floyd Bailey left Tuesday for his home lit Salyersville from whence he goes to Lexington where ho will bo mustered out Oct Ith He will then go homo via White house nod Pnintsville stay at home n day and come on hero to resume his job with John Picratt Then if he can get u house ho will move his family to our town If he cant got n house the town will getwell give us n quarter and well tell you words he uses while gone OYOll onsiiiplion We are sure you do not Nobody wants it But it comes to many thousands every year Itcomcs to those who have had coughs and colds until the throat is raw and the lining membranes of the lungs arc inflamed Stop your cough when it first appears and you remove the great danger of future trouble AgerS w I ICnerrgf pectoral stops coughs of all kinds It does so because it is a sooth- Ing and healing remedy of great power This makes It the great est preventive to consumption Put one of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A whole Medical Library Fro Forfour cnatI tamptnprpeat wo will mliil ynii ilitcuii iiimll nil bookNodical Advice Freo 1t o liavo the exclusive irrrlrrn of same of Iho limit eminent hy lcluns In mho UnlUil Stiitui llIullallluur liitiUlin Hint lung cipcrtnioo iinl tiKiitly lit tinin ins Klvlnuyou medical lulvlcn Wrltn trtrlv all the rnrtlo ulitM In your cur You will recilvo a tiroimit reply without cOil Adlrou im J lV AYKIt Lowell Maaa t FOlt WATCHES I GOOD ONES 8 t 350B- ETTER ONES at 600 J J AND tMtVAKIW ir- And Watch Repairing 10 TO FRED J HEINTZ 1331IK Maui- Lax1S0TON IKY SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SITKGKON 1 rHAZELr REIN KY 0flier at rt iilonii1 ami calls answered nt nil hours Obstetrics n jHcialty ictyttATTORNEY1tLAW HAZEL GREEN KY Will bnutlco in the court of Wolfe and the Aloulng counties null attend promptly 10 phi colleotious entrusted to Uim 4 N- ri YOU GO TO LEXINGTON I Fthis week next week or any other week ASK FOR I iIDOt j JOjOO CUTPRICE SlJ jTS i O They are Great Values and Beauties 1117o AT Louis Gus StrollS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON KY m 1 fl Yo g C crt l yIfetl14lJaPJ XQlwOffers instruct on in Agriculture Mechanical Engineering Electrical KngincciingCivil three BiolegiealanddlgrcurwcntwellcfllllppClllightsmodexpenses given to appointees who remain the full collegiate year Hoard in dormitories 215 uniforum yearFallSeptemberPrellmlnlrySeptemberForapply JAMES K PATTERSON Ph Df LL D President u BAY AND SWANGO SPRINI- Jo TAYLOR DAY PROPRIETOR VAnlli N TO V1 J woxxaD- ont got possession of Swango Springs until December 31st1808 but will ofLKY r 11rIllIUlIJlltI ntltltilt11dIJeMECRIM1N1 TRADERS DEPOSIT BANK- MTSTEULINGKY 0 0 IITA 1300000 jI SuniMus 30000 o J11I JJIGSTAF1 IrtsilfntG L KIKKIATIHCK Vice President W W THOMSON Cushier o We respectfully solicit the business ofmer chants titrmcrs traders nod liiisitiess men generally throu liout Eastern Kentucky A general Im M kin j business done Jive us n chance to send YOhchecksneedR lUdtttWINCIIESTKR KY N II WITIIEKSPOOX President UD HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Dank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and business men entuckYdRndthe most liberal olelUwe jLTJ8BatPTfotV tfftr r TS rOB SAtEDesiring to close out mv business at this place I oiler for snip all of my Blacksmith Carriage and w WoodWorkersl Tools consisting of the latest models AIsnlfa lain and Supplies a great variety and the best quality Also Two Saddle and Harness Horses Inr4lIullerrlctI 1I0nHIlOIDFOHNIrtTHJo psiTPunien in aced of any of time above isms T I 1JOHNI lJllm IDliJ1m lA positive and permanent cure fnrar miss linlfHend ache and mull other forms ol Headaobe or Neitrnljllii Headache Cured Free by sample moiled yon if nlB this paper is mentioned hcadaches are frequentalllbs nently shred S o 11 hr all druggists 5n CANTS BoX I The Dr Whitehall MSJ Co OUTH BEND IND rJ 11t w r 1 Lt CripeitAke Treads Pl1fs big mss you sUgUontcll pills whlcb tear you Itt to iJ not lu It with lIoods Easy to take aroF phces Hoodsad CIlS to oprra bftd3tefesesre PIIISAU fie ertaln and sure druggists 2c C I Jlooll S Co lowell Ma The only Pills to take with hoods Sarsanarllla miE HERALD I 4r Old papers 20c n hundred f Btory that old old Storythe hot candy man will be here for the fair I Charley Goaney is again with Rose f Davis where ho will be glad to see his f friends tElder Pieratteft yesterday for Tick town but will likely preach at French burg en route rrThe White Sulphur band which malIci t such good music last year will play at the fair again this year r Miko and Tom Kerry of Nicholas county who have been at Swango spring for a week or PO left Tuesday morning for home Tho II May of Leo City was here yesterday to contract for the printing of the minutes of Mt Zion Association of United Baptists n job we do annually All parties indebted to me by note or aCfnufit uiuot call and pay same at once as I neid moneyand must have it Do not delay llespcctfully H V PIUIUTT Capt Oscar Cecil our friend and fel low citizen will pleaso accept the thanks of the editor and his better I for three mammoth sweet potatoes that weighed 7J pounds is the cause of un DYSPEPSIAI By taking Hoods Sarsaparilla the digestive organs arc toned and dyspepsia IS CURED Sam Russell of this place is building a steamboat for Nathan Day at mouth of Frozen creek Brcathitt county which will be run on the Kentucky and ply between that port and Jackson The school house and Masonic Hall at Bowen were burned Saturday night a week ago and the Masons lost every thing in the lodge room The lire WitS of incendiary origin of course Elder Adams had a five line notice in TUB HKIIAUJ last week announcing a stray gilt which had been at his place two months and before the paper was out of the oflice 21 hours the owner had secured his hog Verily advertising pays and TUB HKUAU is the medium The news reached hero Monday night that Ernest the little son of Tom Pelfry deceased now at tho Masonic Home Louisville had pneumonia and was not expected to live Tho little fellow hay been there since the death of his father some three years ngo and is now about six years old Dick Russell ho says went to Camp ton on hill bicycle Monday anti made tho return trip in 30 minutes As the distance is 10 miles and the road rough rugged mountainous nUll muddy we shall call that surprising sprinter speed orwelt what wo intended to add we do not caro to tell Nelson Blount n blacksmith of Stanton arrived hero Monday night to go to work for Rose k Davis but took sick and returned home Tuesday morning Should ho be able to work however he will return here Saturday and sot in for a year Then as soon as he can secure n house ho will move his family here Lieut Milt linger accompanied by his wife and two sons passed through town Sunday en route to Salyersville where Lieut Hnger will spend a short furlough with his family He thinks it quite probable that Praters cavalry will be retained in the service and trial in fact no more troops will be mustered out for sometime The Sales of Hoods Sarsaparilla wOlhl1JCCllUSOtheSIlIs1LJlynLI11tLnroWondOlfnI famnilyaiharlicundlivccmcdicine e 1 p Wesley Williams and Joel Wells of Caney wero hero Tuesday to have some wbcatgroundat the roller mills and told us of tho sudden dentin of Berry Stacy Saturday night Mr Stacy was taken sick while at church Sunday week but was not apparently dangerous tho he told his family and friends that ho would not recover and Saturday night at 1 1 oclock ho passed away Deceased was n deacon in the Baptist church a good citizen Iin nil respects He leaves a wife and six children three of whom are with their mother and time other three married Mr Stacy was aged about 45 years The doctor diagnosed his disease as diabetes or some similar kidney affec tion On Friday last Boone Tyro of Still water whom it will bo remembered cut in tho backand arm by Jim Me Quinn one night about a monthago on Holly had his left arm amputated just above the elbow joint Suppuration sup et the flesh was sloughing add tine ar teries involved were rotting so that an operation became necessary to save life and even now there is danger The op eration was performed by Dr J II Stamper of Campion Dr Profitt of Holly and Drs Tnulbce and Nickell of this place and the patient wins resting easy at laxfnccounts Married At tho residence of Charley Mayberry on Tuesday evening the 27th inst Wheeler Gardner of this county and Miss Sadie Graves of Paris Ky The groom is known hero and at West Liberty as one of our best behaved and most industrious colored young men and the bride is said to he a bcllg in colored society circles of Paris where she hits also been highly praised for her proli ciency music of which she is teacher C W Crawford and Miss Rosa Combs were the attendants and Elder Jim Ton Picratt oilicialed Mr S UI bash the fashionable milli ner of Hazel Green requests us to an ounce that she will have a nice lino of fall and winter millinery hero before the fair and auk the ladies of Wolfe mill Morgan to wait and inspect it before TfTaking their purchases She has also received a complcle line of ladies winter wraps that will make the dear girls1 eyes water with wistfulness U Oh they are just too lovely for anything remarked an earthly angel who viewed them The topics for sermons at the Chris tian church on Sunday will bo At 11 aI mU Seven Sayings of Jesus on the Cross and at 7 pIIi II Gospel Salva lion You arc especially invited to bo present The offerings of the church on last Sunday were for homo missions H17 and for church extension 1100 This makes t 887 the church has given to missions sincethe final of March Verily tho missionary church inns a part in everygood work and it grows thereby Unless our plans miscarry filE HKII AM will next week appear in Spngo form Tine price will he increased to 1 a year in advance Hut to increase our subscription list we will extend the fiO cent rate until after time fairnot a tiny longer New subscribers and old ones who pay up may extend their subscrip lion 12 months by paying 50 CENTS any time prior to Monday Oct 17 and the paper will be S pages Ilcnctv today Elder Jim Tom Pieratt returned Mon day from Xachariijh Lce oiiiity where ho says they had a master meeting Saturday and Sunday and time finest kind of singing tine choir being led by George Spradling Bro Picratt also said that tho congregation at that place was raise ing money to fix up their church We forgot to inquire whether he raked any body in this trip but its dollars to doughnuts ho did he nuns does Mrs John A Adams of Lexington who has been the guest of Mrs Lou Day and visited with other friends at this place for a week or so past left Monday for May town to visit her nephew Noah Lyons and fatally From there she goes to Frenchburg where sine will visit her sister Mrs Newt Frisby and brother John Lyons awhile before going homo The following are the appointments of the Methodist Conference for this place and nearby towns Hazel Green K M Lee Campton H A Moore French burg P C Eversole West Liberty J n Nelson Jackson S W Peoples Hcv JJt Word is transferred to time Mays villc district and will kayo charge of the Burtorivillo church 1 Cdrrioral W C Taulbee Co A 6th infnifr regular arny has been admit i I 10Ithe div4lonlhiospipal I Hexk part in the vattJelf of EICaney Juan Lexington Leader i t Picked up in mi Bii A 1q- by utt our poet Womlcr who he menus 1 Fair Warning Your taxes are due and must bo paid at once or 0 per cent will be added H F PIIIIATT D S Several communications are unavoidably crowded out but they will keep till next week Chronic Dyspepsia Cured 6 FTER suffering for nearly thirty years IL from dyspepsia Mrs II Eo Dugdalo wife of a prominent business man of Warsaw N Y writes I orS yows I was a constant sufferer from dyspepsia and a weak stomach Tho lightest food produced distress causing sovuro pain and the forma tion of pas No matter how careful of my diet I suffered agonizing pain after oatlng I was treated by many physicians and tried numerous remedies without permanent help Two years ago I began taking Dr Mlles Ncrvo and Liver Pills and Nervine Within a week I commenced improving and per sisting in tho treatment I was soon able to oat what I liked with no evil effects I keep them at hand and nslnglo dos n dispels any old symptoms- Dr Miles Remedies arc sold by all druggists under a posltlvo guarantee first bottle benefits or money re funded Hook on dig oases of tho heart and nerves free Address UK MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind Snariffs Sale for Taxes fly virtue of taxes due the ShcriflTof Wolfe enmity fur the year isys I will on Monday October 1 lss it being county court day between the hours of 1 oclock n m mind 41 cluck p in ut the court house door in the town of Ciinipton Ky cxpoxc to public sale 1 for cnsli in hand the following real estate or HO iiiuuh thereof as may be neces spry to satisfy tho tuxes rind costs tovrlt District No IAndrew Lvklns 2fi acres adjoining lands ol C M Fallen Tax and cost 182 Dist No 11I10rlcli Fairchild 125 acres adj lands of S II Vilson Tax land cost 503 Dist No lliIcs Itobius M aeres adj lauds of Charley Robins Tax and cost 329 Dist No lIolly Parkins 12 acres ndj t lauds of Harrison Wilson Tax and cost 202Dist NII3ltoht Harper 1800 acres adj lauds off G Tniilbeu Tax and cot5250 Dist No j Pormelia Fisher 858 acres nil1 lauds of Thos Turner Tax and cost 1614DIStNo4L L k It C Flotirnny 800 acres adj lands of Win Iedford Tax and cost 1007 Dist No 4101111 no Spencer heirs WKI acres adj lands of mills Reynolds Tax and cost 1432 Dist No IThoI Turner 3432 acres adj lauds of DS and C MI Potter Tax mind cost JIG9 Dist No 4T 11 Trimble 1014 acre ndj lands of Thos Turner Tax and cost 1520 Dist No IJ M Thomas 3533 acres adj lands ofThos Turner Tax mind cost 30CI Dist No 4 Walkers Creek Coke Coal Co 1500 acres adj lands of Jas Carroll Tax and cost 3907 Dist No aJohll Wyatt 100 acres iidj lands of A C Kash Tax and cost S462 A T COM ft ShcrilTof Wolfe CoUnty J A tJ1A11rnEE M Do rPhysicianandiSurgOO 1fJ J4HAZELa3RESNr t SurSfrr and obstetriwI specialty 1- Y y W w et i IntijlrrItooryI d i In grip na well nncouKtm and colds Itinakra weak tones strong Mn M1 Metcalf Paluch KT oat old out the tit tru you the and for and and sore the cut the and the and ALL I my and mid will feud and full mid who may 1 few or the beat at will tho any time visit nipt t or with team mid I will and on and L J 6 a7111s roaft w UBruunAN nUUU = NfIIIIrrl I 111 M I L S B F j Fashionable Milliner 1 1 1HAZEL KY I a I I I I II I L I I I O 1j1H EIOn+ COUKOTIOXH A AND lll TUiiNrt PTlY MADK 151 JKFiniiBON STKKCT LOUISVILLE KY l t General Merchandise lUlMer 1iMior sisti3foP n Ht1i101Gtoc taSr and DrlvngTht A ton a d the- FsuoneraI 4 ra I XTnTOJrPKJ1tc trine t i- y f syr r fRing the Ring the net King la 1r We bring to new true of Norway I DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most remedy Improved by to a Pleasant Permanent PoeHJve Cure coughs all Inflamed surfaces 3 of Lungs Bronchial Tubes weary coughworn Lungs are w rated microbebearing mucus Is cause of that tickling is removed Inflamed membranes are healed soothed so them Is no to SOLD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 60o and 100 Slsta J BE SURE Dr Bills PIniTarHoniy s 1AININcJJ 1 JFEED STABLES I Imvo opened Training feed Stable keep on hand of a 8111plof traps Parties coining from n distance dcslro horses pastured for n days weeks can have iisturo reasonable rates L1VE1YTfrU4ttj J t L 1ing la J Also fur tile convenience accom modation of of tho ut and L Park ht I have opened nearby two livery I hugglc and for hire at all Per wishing n vehicle to meet at Metausey can telephone mo and nay vehicle or horse promptly- I will also a lull supply of for hire to drummers will In of mad for which they contract by day for length of intending to Day nod Swnngo Springs will bo nt either McCmiMey Torrent have pleasure In plug water lair them whenever Day and bwaugo tied ice tap for guests nt Park TAYLOR DAYF tl RESTORED MANHOOD = Post till wnfli MRS KASH GREEN LI Ij AttorneyaiLcuiuf SlKX IAlTY PROM W Itoferencu Taylor nay Hazel Greed DAYgVhnlesaie1 AlsOr fdV qoJ rIsfHkhoapert Rica false from tine pIney forests natural science colds the The exhMlt out that Inclination cough BY GOOD 26o YOU GET plenty vehicles ami guests flay House Hazel Green Hotel Torrent firstelans stables where keep wndillit horses hacks times sons thom have dciired mldlu hove hanks which bo charge careful drivers can Persons and driver ship desired water fresh Hotel HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY 11DRl 11tlluChoapost and Best I IThe in Eastern Kentucky The next session will be- ginMONDAYSEPTP8 Tho instruction la thorough Tho diociplino 10i the best Tho expense is the lowest I jarHanA for catalog of jiarliculnrx tit- iHWM CORD Hazel Green Ky jol I Rir BRYAN lrHAIKSStAN 19RI r PearsonAClark ftLEXIft I vt- d i ti W tV r l YOLPi COUNTTr 4 I IIIo vff I C wptex Carretloy On Monday JiwttJ being the firat day of circuit court Bow Seit Repub lican candidate for congress made a short speech In tbe interest of his candi dacy tfo butchered the English lan guage in a horrible manner An hour later the tall poplar of the Sandy valley lion T Y Fitzpntrlck arrived In town and delivered ono of the finest speeches ever heard In Campton lie pictured tho criminal treatment of our brave Soldiers hy Aincricnn officers In nn elo quent way which brought tears to the eyes of many of his hearer He arraigned the ttdmlnlstrntlon being rc4Pone1 hlo for the starvation of our boys in blue Ho will carry Wolfe over Seitz by a largo majority He was opposed to war M all other sensible men were A great ninny Jlcpublicans will vote for him George L Athy a Imember of the 2nd Kentucky volunteer Infantry linK re turned to his home at this place He is in fine health His regiment was fur leagued at Jexfngtoti for 80 days at the Iulof which time it will ho mustered out of tho service They turned all of their equipments to the Government at Chickamnuga alt they have to do now is to return to Lexington he examined by u medical hoard and get their dis charge and pay The case of tho commonwealth VH It L and iiowen D hose fulq been in progress all thu past week Will give result of the trial in my next letter Sept 21 HtriiM JACK MORGAN COUNTY Maytown Missives Edgar Kash was in town this weak Charles Clark attended court at Ml Sterling this week- Corngathering anti moIaiucHimiking have been keeping the majority of the MaytownI people busy Tho following drummers interviewed our merchants this week Messrs Peitz Colviu and Moore of Morgan county School reopened Monday after being dUtniHScd ono week for thu Morgan County Institute All are again at work stud doing nicely DiedOn Tuesday last ono of the in fant twins of l1 Childers and wife of catarrhal fever The other one is very hick at this writing The following have been on thu sick list this week a Venue Clark li1IICOIIII Jhcips infant of John Oakley little Ituth Wills and others Mrs Iirziu Kash mother of Mrs Jlichlc of this place arrived Tuesday from Hath county where who has been with relatives for some time Sidney Gardner of Salyersville who has been in camp at Lexington passed through hero this week stopping over night at John Oakleys Tuesday on his wily hUlItIII LATHII Miss brows Phelps is improving Mrs L P Hall has been very sick this week Mrs T 4Aclilmll IM visiting her neph ow Xoali Lyons of this place this week Miss Laura Kawlings accompanied Miss Minnie L Day to her school Mon day mornillgii The infant child of Mr v Mrs John I Oakley is very ill at this writing with spinal trouble Jordan Wills made a flying trip to Gillmoro Saturday and returned witk KOIUO very lino fruit Cincinnati Livo Stock Market Tim Cincinnati Live Stock 1hconlof Friday gives the following as the best prices for that day Hest price for cattle 525 Top price for calves 7fiO Top price of hogs 3100 heat sheep brought 100 lest lambs brought 550 Tho abovo were actual sales but it should bo horne in mind that they repro sent tho best of their class on the market that day TUB HKKMD will each week give tho best sales of the Friday before which is alone worth tho prico of the paper NOW Is the time to subscribe XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIfI paper this week or next or at any time it is a gentle reminder that your subscription is due and unpaid and that wo will appreciate your early attention to the matte- rXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX v I t iy JOHN MORTON ROSE A Patriotic Son of Old Wolfe Writes of t the MoveaeaU of HIs Regiment Pretext and Prospective ANNISTON ALA Sept 20 1898 Mr Spencer Cooper Dcnr Sir I will take this opportunity to write yoji a fc lines to give you tho news of the rbtirlj Kentucky United States volunteers W6 left Camp Hamilton Lexiugtoi Ky on the 14th of September for Cum Shipp at this place and arrived at dar Sept 1C with only two sick boys OU McClcan of Morgan county and W McIMieraon of Dreathitt We have ll healthiest boys in the service althotit they do not want to gu to Cuba Sun say they wont go Oh wo are bound f the Cuban lands We will stand by Of captains suds until he drinks the oce dry and tight a thousand Spaniards ti til we die 14o have one of tho liravi regiments iu the United States servil and none of till boys are afraid to mitt tho Cuban lauds so far as fighting ib concerned although they do not want to go Hut f guess there In no doubt about our crossing the dark waves of Cuban waters Well I will say this about the Wolfe county boys who are now ready to go across the cold waves of tho Cuban wa tern and will now ask the Wolfe county peoplo to pray for IH day by day that wo zany land home safe to see our dear fathers mothers brothers and sisters nil dear friends So I will close Conquer we must when our cause IIn so lost And this lit our motto III GIIIIIlIur trtixtl Anil the Star HJpnogled Itanncr in triumph hull wave Oer the luml of the free and the home of tie brave Ilca OKeinl one HIIAU to I15 F 115ose Leo City and send me one and state the price If I istay here or tgo away J want to take Ill JlKitun to heart out the Wolfe county people while I am far away I will then Hlid you the money for both papers Yours respectfully JOHN MuiuoN RUSKI Co ID lib Ky Inf Anniston Ala Libraries for Country Towns A writer in the October Ladies Home Journal shows how easy it iis to establish and maintain public libraries even in tho small country towns Coopera lion of effort under capable enthusiastic direction it Iis pointed out will briiiR the soughtfor results The arti cle details with exact directness the heal way to proceed oven suggesting enter tainmiiilH by which money can be raised for the library fund At a small money cot the writer makes it clear that every small town can enjoy tho benefit of n good library u Wo are compelled to leave out Fevcrn f advertisements this week but time will ho made up on all of them Ll DRs- I KIKiThe Leading Specialists of America i 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 GURED WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing rm lio moro ilcmorolislne to younifor hhllonaret l wen than tin cnco of hero niithtly IOMC+ Whey produce nrnkncM iiorvniifnoiii ufooltiiK ofryugltomsThey mnllrbourNowcure yo- uNO I CURE NO PAY K- Keotlcr you ureil help Earls nlmfo or M youEziusuto Ij p nro not wfo till eurol Our New Method will euro you ou run 110 rhk K RVnnnirand hlatlu1 nervous trrttablo UIII otcitAble You become forgetful inoro c unit despondent = blotchen and tiimpleii I tonlllnitCormtho blight of your cxUtct- icvWECUREVARICOCELEIK mnyhINEW MKTUOI TIIEATMKNT will rare it Iho wormy vctus return toi their normal comlition nuil heuco tlw- roxuatKK n gaps reeclva proper nourlrh ment Tao prcaus become vitalized nil unnatural drains or lotre case nail manly IHIWCM return No temporary nrsuredNOnON Ntl lJJJiNTION 11WJ1 ItX1i4S1CS3NO CURES GUARANTEED 1Kl We treat nlrUN F IIIIIdB ottIT h tIt IONS UIIOliNC 8fmNAKll l UUNNULTATIONtIUDNKKl TUEATMENTwritotorr Rd KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O K r t LISM rr1 l 1 LiJW LI rEIE UII ffLtAthn M 1 lf IFMIKa ASSOCIATIO AU ue held on their Grounds at Hazel Green Ky I I October 11th 12th ISthf 14th 18 I FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS JJost ami niutcst mndo silk quilt 1 00 i Best and luutest inaclo worsted quilt 1 00 Best and neatest made calico quilt 1 00 Neatest matte piece of patch work 1 00 Neatnst mad 0tNeatest made pieco of crotcheting 1 00 Neatest made pair of pillow shams 1 00 Neatest made sun bonnet 1 00 Neatest knitted pair of white yarn socks 1 00 Neatest knitted pair of brown yarn socks 1 00 Ncatist made hemstitched handkerchief with ombroidorod initial by girl under12 years 100 I Largest and lust wheat A bu 1 00 urgost and best white corn A bu 1 00 Largest and bet yellow corn 4 bal 1 00 Largest and best oats A bu 1 00 argost and best millet 4 hn 100- t Largest and bolt rye k bu 100 Largest and lnsc sugar cane one Luzon stalks 100 Largest std best cabbage three heads 1 00 ILargest and best hefts half dozen 1 00 Largest and best red tomatoes one dozen 1 00 Largest and host Irish potatoes bu 1 Largest and best sweet potatoes A bu 1 0O Largest and best onions A bu 1 0 Largest and best white boans J bu 1 00 Largest and best peaches i bu 1 00 Largest and best apples A bu 1 00 Largest old best watermelon 1 00 Largest and best cantaloupe 1 00 Largest and best kershaw 1 00 Largest and best pumpkin 1 00 Best red pepper one dozen pods strung 1 00 Best sorghum molasses ono gallon 1 001 Host honey iu comb one gallon in glass jar 1 00 Best roll of butter ono pound 1 0 Best loaf of light bread 1 00 Host fruit cake out slice to bo cut 1 00g Best layer cake ono slice to bo cut 1 00 Best pound cake one slice to bo cut 1 00 Best apple preserves half gallon 1 00 Best peach preserves half gallon 1 00 I Best blackberry preserves half gallon 1 00 Best raspberry preserves half gallon 1 Op Best tomato preserves half gallon 1 00 Best currant jelly one stand 1 00 Best blackberry jelly one stand 1 00 Bst raspberry jolly one stand 1 00 Best apple jolly ono stand 1 00 Boat blackberry jam quart 1 00 Best apple butter quart 1 00 Best watermelon pickles quart 1 00 I Best cucumber pickles quart 1 00 Best sweet pickles quart 1 00 Best choWttitrtuait 1 00 ho 1 00 Prettiest flower potted not over gallon size bloom considered 1 00 II Prettiest flower potted not over gallon size foli I 00Icross Prettiest heart made of cedar to ho 1 foot across 1 00I NtTHile remembered that all exhibits will bo nienInigliIin of the last day of FaireI FOR FLORAL HALL EXHIBITSIIRULES on all Floral Hull exhibits free IEntrnnclII exhibitoJII I 11I presenttowith their exhibits All exhibits must bo louvered to Superintendents at Floral Hall by U a m of tho first day of tho Fair at which time all exhibits will be tuggedand entered in their respective Rings Exhibits must not be removed from the Hull until on tho afternoon of the lust day of the Fair Tho Superintendents of Floral Hall shall select anddlnTwo of tho three Judges concurring iu an o determines tho award FIRST DAY Best huckunyngofj Best ewe any ugoIBost buck lamb Best owo lamb j Best hoar any ago Best sow any ago Host hoar under 40 months 3 and 1 Best gilt under 0 months sj03 and 1 Best bull any ago iff and ta Best cow any age f5 and f8 Bost calf either sex under S months 5 and 3 Best steer or heifer under 1 year 5 and 3 Best pair cattle any age 5 and iJJ IitNiN RACK Free for all half mile heats 2 in 35 Purse fiO rJtand 5 R PAn Oil Tuor For horses that never entei race milo heats 2 in 55 Purso 110 JfUO 20and 2tOj tt- jBestj ownlrshlp5dt13 fBostBost nude colt mare or horse 5 and 13 i Best harness stallion any age 5 nod jtf II Best harness mare or guiding any age 5 nndfS J Bost saddle stallion any ago 5 and ifiJ 1Best brood mare any age with suckling colt ifS anti1 Ii I3 v e 0BestI suckling colt 5 amd3 j Best pair of farm mares or geldings any age to J i JFKKKKOUAILPurse 200 100 50 W5 j15 RUNNING RACK Freeforall j half inileheatij 5j Purse fiO j 25 10 1uu15 PACK ou THOT For horses that never enters race mile heats j 2 in U Purso GO 80 20 and I THIRD DAY Best combined mare or gelding any ago 5 and 8 fj Best harness mare orgolding any ago to and 31 Best saddle maro or gelding any age 5 nlHU3 8 Best harness maro or gelding irs and under 5 8 and B Best saddle inure or gelding 4 yrs and under 5 and t3 1 Best iTHOTi mountain counties milo hoats j 2 in B Purse fOOt 2010 BICYCLK RACK Half milo heats j 2 illS PurMi r5 2 and1 r 1 WALK TKOT AND RtN Walk half mile trot l fund run half 2 in 21 Purse t40 17 10 8 5 I- MULK RACK Running half mile heats 2 J Purso 0 a 2 1 FOURTH DAYIBest walking horse inure or gelding any ago 5 l i Best tCUl t i j j t have started in ono or moro races during this Flu i failed to win a race A milo heats 2 in 3 1 FB9i 20 dajXUI1o11tthreequarters filii1hutsecond quarter and 25 to horso that 1 = first s quarter 0 5- FHKKFOHALL PACK ou THOT Mile heats r D I iISTAlar four times around track Purse 50 nOlI 750 tg6JForW H PIERATT Secretaryiff J TAYLOR DAY PresIdent- i t i i