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The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, June 8, 1899. The Hazel Green herald. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1899 haz1899060801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hazel Green herald: n. Thursday, June 8, 1899. The Hazel Green herald. Spencer Cooper, Hazel Green, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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Letterheads Catnlojriios KnveXopes I IG18 printed tUKttAia office LEGl L Monsters Are Trusts And Their Object Is Public Robbery Gi gantic and Growing Evil of the Times For Which the People Themselves are to Blame John J Ingnlls In New York Journal The tools to him who can use thorn said Napoleon Thorn as has gits says the Arkansas man Every ono for himsolf und the devil take the hindmost says time ninoteoth century Hoot hog or die says nature To him that hath slump he given and from him that hath not shall bo taken away oven that which ho seemeth to havo says God All men n recreated equal says the Declaration of Independence But they are not any more than hotves iiit Th hiphotton away backodl lopeared street car steed was not created dcl alto Qrmrtnd tlm king of the turf wj cannot be hough fur a quattT of n million Nor Richard Croker to Dnnill Wuhtr nor Alfred AuatmJto Win 5hakeeponreSiimAilnm l lrltJod1t if hNdid- this haw beepa tough world for the thuitrof iiuCinhaVjtaiiW yot one cbd i1 t IJoft Itt cAvIi IlQcEd iulfete would havo coiut rftTftfrhad they kitIleunttltd Fewer still woulcV rbmairt m ro they sure of Kuythiug hotter gomo whore elf All being endowed with hspPra- iaon for ha+ pincsi multitndatl4 dleIUwltdentils boar the fcame sign Knd etu1 huteolnotnrebomlto hdhtir and sruno to dishonor Some 1li ittOiUfc1 i MMI HtfnSQS and walk un vel vet While others equally tle erving 4hiv0ja in rage a4id lop iu door kithhloo4hut4m reach tote gold V WHINING AND 8QUBA1IX- OThore iin too much winning and pquealinc ill thptlo digwieratn days Urnvo men take their medicine without either and endure adver city with fortitude It would be sardonic to snppoe that th ro is to bn no r paration for the elaborate insults of fat08ometimoaiid I aorno wh re Othewiso Jifo would be an nnintoljgibleiraoUcaljokeplayod bj a lbeing capable onlyI of malignant laughter nt his victims Whatever our errand or mission on this planet it has lung been evident to the impartial critic that we are not hero for recreation and that tho brotherhood man up to this time M applied to human af fairs is like a phraso drawn out of sv lilt Carnage and pillage con tinue popular and while in theory U0111ohjoct 0 Lo number ono lethality of condition of endowment of possession has never ex isted and the divergences now are wider than over before That the inequalities are to increase rather than diminish sooms likely and we must face tho consequences It is apparent also that whatev or progress has boon made hitherto is duo wholly to the effort of individuals States make no invon tions Nations write no pooms or dramas Society is rich or strong or puro only as tho individuals of which it is composed are wealthy and poworful and virtuous Bat tles are won and lost as the indi vidual soldiers are intrepid or timid The Decalogue that statute enacted in tho parliament of tho skies and promulgated amid tho thunders of Sinai has no effect ox copt as its precepts aro obeyed by the individuals to wlipm they are addressedV THE SCRIMMAGE OF LIFE So our social and political sys tem rests on individualism tho highest development of theindi vidunL ns the unit of tho state andj equality and equality of opportunity so that all shall have an equal chance in ttiishnruhirscitruni holtorskolt er scrinnge which we Bali Ufo NQ man- can ask moro than this anti 11000 should be content withi Joss1 thanthis Every arena must bb open Any citizen can orator llo ring if he wishes If ho is put toI sloop tho first round ho can turn to soho vocation for which ho 18I hotter qualified Time Lehislntu e can pass uo law making him equal to Fitzsimmons That would ho unjust to Bbb who is as much en titled to fair play as the weakest manikin to thorn milAwaro of the incompatibility of feudalism aud liberty of tIlt date gets of nniestrioted Mecumutulatunm of wealth null bnly to the individ tied but to 5cxmiety1101of hereditary UmitfitiJti of property our po litical jjiiqcitora Abuliabodrimo thatjutthe deethlctioh ofgfeat wtfttw and for tho frij1 distribution of rya t M wntiottVThey inven tion pf corporations ami trttats tic titioua croattyet xvitirojuti s0ti and yet endowed1 with earthly un mortMlity Njjil monsters incapa Uo of oriiOH but tjhut can rob tjte j citJel1 of ills birthright and do prove pnntority of iU heHl4uo ApVANiK OF MACIllVKM- VTo thearlyliiirt of thc Century tuy GrnndffttJier Iitlgnllbf Mid dltt11f Mass was n blacksmith thawdarethe the hearth iW nvy library ini Atchison as the tmjt valuedof my I Ueeattri bt rJQOma standtb1- old Anvil upon which ho 114101 fahion and Vtomlr the ntcythe tbEihorihis rustic ueighbora wh ii Thomas Jefferson was Protident He wa A man of iufluenco andposition an votive leader of the local Democ racy and diva powoswd of n CQIII TarUble fortniiQ Today there iis not one of the- thi11gstvhich he matin In his forge that in not manufactured by machinery control by trust lit prices which render individual petition iimpossible and the comauhu pation of the blacksmith if one Aly Grndfathor Cliaie of llaver hill Mass r about the same time wan a pionpor in tho wholesale manufacture of bouts and shoes I rite soles and upper wore cut by hand nnd taken home in sets of 00 pairs by the neighboring farmers whore tho women stitched find hound thorn and the neon poggod or sowed them in the intervals of toil in tilt jield or foroat Within tho lifo of tho man of middle ngo all tho boots and shops in the world wore rondo by manual labor My father invented the first ma chino for cutting soles from leaCh or and for burnishing and finishing tho edges and shanks This huts been followed by It multitude of inventions so that now with tho exception of n foe cobblers hero and there no man makes shoos They nro all made in factories by machinery requiring 130 different operation for Ivory shoo so that the trap who makes tho hdtll never seos tho too and tho avocation of the shoemaker is gone and whoa by caprice or over production or flctor1shutho independent handicraft is thrown out of employment his wages stop and ho becomes a mendicant or a tramp In tho same way tho tailor tho carpenter the farmhandcatod Population is constantly increasing and tho avenues of em ploymontaro contiually diminishing I remember a story in my boy hood of a captive confined in a vast apartment from which there was no escape who was startled at midnight by the clang of the bell in his prison tower ins 3 Wakingl4 s rt thatthereroom Tho followingititorning thorn was another oiiomissing and thus ho became aware that day by day olosiuginlater tho discordant boll would toll tho hour of his doom EFFKCf ON LABOR Labor thus having lost its indo pdndonco is becoming degraded nud discredited and losing its self respect as well Society is strati disappearingTile poor are not cordial Tho pros porous are tolorant or patronizing Theyfuelthey do not have equal opportu nities They are right Theraco thetbattleNot long since in Western State J encountered a gentleman who described himself as an agent oC enidhibiscuits or crackers than those made by his mploy rs were sold iin the territory in his clmrgw Dur respuusottwo Gorman who lied felon bakers in Berlin have made a few tthou taucl dollars keeping H saloon in Illinois had concluded to abandon that biifineis aftd make crackers again As soon as he hoard of their intention ho mpnlianetl to them 1Chart it wouldIe a losing ven ture and advined Uiem to d 8JU ybadu to s ll1 hoar and oonimonoe- dbusing whereupon the agent of the trust hired an adjacent store stocked it with tho trusts goods catthe pri1 piper cent bud whtn this was toot cut again I aakwll the Twult and was told with a cotnplncent smile that in three theuneoplietieatwl they were financially strangled tw death This was not competition It was arimo Jt wa4 worsothatt robbery on the highway I because it lacked the courage of the footpad In the dominion of tho Su1 tau or the Oscar there iiill no more execrable tyranny no inoru ubom inhblo violation of thefundnineutiil right of mant UOMPJCLLBD TO CIO8K At the time Chia trust was formed there were unveral bakeries in St jIoseph Atchison and otlitr towns along the Missouri river They wore compelled to olose Tho workmen worn discharged find 0110 of the proprietors now his a large salary for visiting the grocery stores in order to guard against frtie trade insorii illicit food into the stomachs of time people Formerly fhix culture wad an ox cpodingly profitable industry in Eastern Kansas Tho fihro was val uable for fabrics and the send for linseod oil Mills wore sot up at providing yielding good returns to tho own ers When the Linseed Oil Trust was formed those establishments atrn11gtllation turo has disappeared absolutely becomolillcnhostility com binations is not selfish kshown by tho fact that in many cases they products in tho strugglo for lifo oho Stand undouhtedlydiminishod poor and added immeasurably to yetitmonopolyinruthlessly thai any other ithns prUdutition possible INUEFENCEOFTII YEO1LL The chief mason phy the groati- sh jI l JIf- J lj rr Lff ifr 5U r l i 1JiP f c 1 mass of evil things bad conditions cruelties corruptions and tyran mea exist is because the peoplodo not curb to abolish thorn V i Either through cowardice in submitTIw pear in practical affaira tobpoft tS SJl10wiser in lltJrt1nnnd genoration than the children of light It would bo puorilo to classify all the rganjxors 0f these gfaat engagedinagainst tho rights of tho common people Department stores n1O lot wicked Tlioy 110 inoxpodient be cause they centralize ncti vitios thnt ought to bo diffused over vast areas which are sterilized by tholr withdrawal Some of thotrufltsmay bo hrllloltoont but tho tonduucylai destructivg All the ogaici03 ctL civilization ar being dravni witliiiif LimeJrctt i nsthe planots find their ltoll1tq might full into Lilo sun Public opinion when arougQdll is iirristible lty decrees wljl ate fut mulated in UXK In so art trusts and moiiopolioH inter faro with jndi viduaH tnttntl tin erjuaHty Ir rights mid opportunities they will It re atrained The rnai lly iw siinpl The Pewee of Cougr IJ to tux has boon htld to be th power to di1 stroy It was invoked Hgninrt th gtnto bankat It iis tb most form Uiable weapon Unit CUM U wieldedl Uy ansuutsrltted1eIlls ConUiri 25 Years suffered for 56 tars vith a cough rind spent bnhdradH of tlol lam with doctors Lull for inedieine to no avail until I naed Dr Ujll Pinejar Honey Tliia remedy majceio weak lungtf titrong It bas aaveil my lifeJ B ROSHKITI GroUUbnrg Ill Ltttsr rtow JL uxrpcr GaAnrMJVXAAJblyb 2 IlAHj M r Sp nctrCtv ptr Moust HHIH my paper the dear old tlwiGURKN HKKAIH to lug until April I1510X10at r hnvo naidi 1 you up to that date althoughI by i nine meant you hnv failed to chnuge tIll cast I send yrtw this du licaU to you play know tthat I sent tho inonoy f as t tiaml1 1ant a friend to thiH palterr1ut 1 want my duos Kditrtr Cooper If you will par mit mo U3 writo to my old fripnd lathes HVcat of Gillmoro Ordjak throughPiusthin will do for all t1mt krtow nioi I Well leave we hind ft good rain about throe weeks ago My drop is good looks promising Tho reaper will gp into my wheat fold tomorrow It is very hood Oats am not so good Harve we have h fino honlthy country 1 havo as good ft well of water lucre as you over drank out Clnypoolbranch Wo linen nIt kinds of soil and all kinds of pnbple horo good and bad This is the last day of our sovon months school Verve if I could sea you I could toll you moro than I cnn vfito 01oj paper But I must como to a close or it may cause u frown to come mightdrop ll11opoit l you will write soon and wishin THK HEHAUJ success I roman a over your friond tJThe editor of Limo Farm Journa asks Why havo a nmartgnge b 7 the form poor crops rliounltttiy sour bro nd grin Jpakiii tile rpr holo in tho ppqkot Bkoletdn in t 4 closet or any othdtlJnin or troulj WIIOIPYoUcan gottlio Form Jol nttl for tliQ balalico of 1809 and of Slob lOpljlOplnnd2 li03ieaj five years by aying a yoatlrvi vance fot TJI HVZKL GisthfS Hi73 AJiD This you OAt do 1 6jfC1xQ not too late Gall at4h1 r- anlt get ABn f d- 1iPay ijgit 51 + i f 1 J 11iI itb rt f IM r 1 l I A i V t I V4 K ciIIIJjy tll vV U i t y jL l Jo l V y tIr i It In al7 t1 Y 0c I bia rOr W V n t if 5 If- ll S l 1 + tt- T 1- t I t r ii j J Slb t- v 101 t r- r 4- r ftV- s drV1 N 5 air t Gt ltt ri- J r t A L etutt1t r r w m ti t lf 11 I Y r 4M 4I 1 r 4 at i i t s k t Jpr i Y i J 9j iii it ix itI i fa 91BER JSPZMCER COOPER s Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Juno 8 1899 FOR GOVERNOR PPuAT HARDIN OF HARRODSnCHG +Announ ement + 0 For Htntn Auditor We are authorIzed to announce JOHN II CHEKAULT of MnilUon county an n can lldnte for Auditor of Kentucky subject to the action of the Democratic convention in 1899iTin Democrats Wolfo county should bo alivo to tho importance of attending tho county mass con ventions on Saturday tho 17th inst Gon Hard in is without a doubt tho choice of tho pooplo for governor and tho delegates named in tho county mass conventions Bhould bo instructed to vote for him in tho slato convention which convenes on Wednesday tho 21st inst Hut they should also instruct for John B Chonault for auditor C B Hill for secretary of etato nnd Wilbur linger for troas sponkingMrneighborsincoroly believe tho host man who has offered for tho position Brock Hill as everybody knows is a Leo county product born and reared as it woro upon our very doorsill and is deserving of tho Domocrntii support of every county in this distriot Wilbur linger whom wt regret to say is personally unknown to us is notwithstanding n nativo of tho Magoflin hills aunt a Demo crat tried and Inn and is equally entitled to our favorable consider ation Take tho four of tthem examine thorn as to their qualifi positionstonspro character and above all their genuine Democracy and they will bo found tho pours of any politi cinns in Kentucky and all of thorn gentlemen of whom any common wealth might well bo proud Lot us then bo truo to them to the boldlybattlingmass conventions and in tho state convention and with thou stand or fall Wo must bo truo to our friends Till Juno numbor qf the Gat ling Gun is tho most readable publication wo over had tho pleasure of porusing It is always good but Mr Hurt was evidently in n happy mood whoa ho got up tho Juno issuo Evory lino in it front start to finish is full of pith and point and as usual ho hurls hot shot at tho hypocrits In brief it is tho cream of creation and tho mOll or womnn who failed to road it missed a literary treat that no other publication can furnish limo prico is only gl per year and tho address is Walter Hurt Cleveland Ohio Send for itr Muon of our spaco is this week Icon up by an article under tho iptiohuLogalMonstorsaroTriiBts indeed moro than wo had intended to devote to itbut there is so much food for thought contained horoin that wo hope Yo may bo OX QUBod 2 The nrticlo is by lIOn John J JvInglle and dog oryos a cnroful rttding nud fefiditg by every gltisenoftithe country towhom we comiriendjt 7 IOleDMueriU s Welte Oputy You nro hereby notified to meet at Campton in convention on June 17th 1800k at 1 oclock p m for the puposo of selecting delegates to attend tho State Convention to behold at Louisville on Juno 21st to nominate men for tho various i offices of Kentucky to bo 8tntoII at the regular November in 1899 E T KASH Chr Ex Com Wolfe Co Weak Eyei Art Made Strong dim vision made clear styos removed t and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and ottec tually cured by the use of Suther lands Englo Eye Salvo Its put up in tubes and sold on a gua ran too by all good druggists The Kentucky Chautauqua The twelfth annual session of the Kentucky Chautauqua will bo hold in its beautiful homo at Woodland Park Lexington Ky Juno 27th to July 7th inclusive Prominent lecturers will include Rov Thomas Dixon Jr Col II W T Ham lIon l1 Sweeney Dr Newell Dwightllillis successor of Beocher and Abbott in Plymouth Church i Goo E Vincent princi pal of ChauUuqua i S Parks Cad man Now York Citys most olo quont preacher Frank 11 llobor Hon just hack from Manila with Htoroopticon views ofgreat interest lIon Champ Clark of Missouri i Congressman J P Dollivor of Iowa Dr Louis Albert Banks and others Tho readers include Mrs Isabnllo iarghill Ueochor queonof tho plat form i Miss Marguerite Smith un surpassed in child dialect i Mr and Mrs1 Francis Labadip in Shak spnarian recitals and dialogues Al ton Packard cartoonist and caricaturist with instantaneous pictures in crayon null oil Signor Bosco in fonts of mngic now wonderful moving pictures illustrated songs limo music will bo unsurpassed in the history of Chautauqua Sax tons famous band Miss Louise Roman piano soloist Indiana State University Glee Club seven teen rollicking college boys tthe Ariol Lady Soxtotte Park Sisters instrumentalists popular on two continents Miss Sibyl Sammis Americas greatest soprano Mist Qortrudu Smith soprano j Harry Fellows tonor Miss Marling con tralto The school work will bo moro dignified than over Hibical Exposition and Ministers Institute by the Rev Louis Albert Hanks andl Rev 11 M Parkhurst W C T U School of Methods Miss Clara CHolliman Tho School of Oratory of Columbus 0 will have its summer session at Kentucky Chautauqua Physical trainingand olocution by Prof E A Fox and music in nil its departments by Prof S G Smith Sundayschool work in three grades will bo conducted under tho auspices of tho Chautauqua and State Sunday school Association Toro will bo tho usual college contest for prizes on July Oth A groat 4th of July celebration with politicians of national reputation and sumo hero of tho recont war A mammoth childrens night with marches tabloauxandspecial music Mooting in tho interest of Womans Club and Womans Missionary So cietyNo bettor Chautauqua program will bo offered anywhere in Amor ica Hero is a chanco within tho roach of all to secure a pleasant va cation and at the same time to gather inspiration and pleasant memories for all tho days to como 3 will purchase a season tickot thirty magnificent entertainments Tents can bo routed on tho grounds board secured at reduced rates at the hotols and in the homos of Lex ingtonEvery indication points to a most successful season Detailed illustrated program and all information will bo furnished by applying to Chas Scott Business Man ager Lexington Ky Arbury Brooks writing from Camp Coldiron Gloncairn Ky under ditto of Juno 5 says Dear Sir Please send TUB HERALD to the above address as it would bo impossible for mo to live and look well any longth of time without a copy of the dear old HERALD in my pocket Also send a few ox tra copies to distribute in this neighborhood v VA vVA A lA AsA A A H 81200 blade Mans To Suit gr698 tiBY BUYINQ DIRECT PROM 1r t E ROSENBURGER CO 202204 E 102d St NEW YORK CITY Tho Largest Clothing Manufacturors In America OUft QRKAT BARGAIN OPfKHI 5II j with 6SutTSwe Pay CxpretMge- TkiM solo art made mf f All WI Caiilmtrtt trlantd with f it black Sat ca Uitbot efwtrkata hip rat Ilubl DrutUd Sltti j U 9 rrs with withtWtMo4 pltcotf tktcUth ad titra bitUat with each MU Klodlj aioil on If Urt er Imn for as wile rdiriag Nod Pot Ode EipriM Money Order s Rfiitr4Utter al M 51 t lat birthday ud If 1Urge r mall for btu its HOQT bc rfulljr rifaadd If oat MtJtfactory Said ac Uoie for mptea Up masurs m arlaf blk ate i j t FRED J HEINTZ- manufacturing Jeweler DKAIKR IN Watches Clocks Jewelry Diamonds SILVERWARE OPTICAL GOODS Solid Gold and Silver Medals and Class Pins HTUnoxooHed Repairing Families ma 3 K Main StretA LEXINGTON KY Prico List lor Watch and Clock Repairing Cleaning Watch American Make lwO 1 II Old English Lever 00 Mnin Spring 150 Cleiining Clock Amer 8 day 125 IIrench tnnke 350 It Nickle alarm style 50 Multi t iiug in clock Amer make 100 14 IIrench make 250- Mumling soldcrirgQold Sjiectacles 25 35c u tc Steel 25c TrftItopalrini Jewelry according to nature of repair New phis fitted into brooches pins 15c o 13 F5U 1 IISOn+ ilhorneyaiLaw COLLECTIONS A SITCIAITY AND Ri TUIINH PIIOMITJY MADE 451 W JEFFURSOX STUKET LOUISVILLE KY Reference J Taylor Day llnicl Green HG ROBINSON I OF DEATTYVILLE KY warn It1 M IIUGfUES1TOITIKTOU Kentucky Cider Vinegar Works LOUISVILLE KY Your patronage is respectfully solicited R II BRYAN SALKSMAX Volt Pearson Clark WHOLESALE + GROCERS I LEXINGTON KY SILAS B KASH M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Office at residence and calls answered at Ijphours Obstetrics u specialty r PAVKKS Clean luiil Nice for saleQLDI thU oWco at 30 CO uu per 100 t Great CLOTHING Sole At Louis Gus SIrous LEXINGTON KY Beautiful Cassimere Suits at 500 Beautiful Blue Suits G A R style at 500 Genuine Imported Blue Serge Suits at 1000 Best 25c Underwear in theWorld DepartmentisIn nt worKmanship c we defy the world Our stock of Boys and Childrens Clothing is complete representing the products of all the leading manufacturers of the United States We do not deal in Shoddy Goods Auction Sale Goods or Fire Sale Our reputation for GoodsJJ a sufficient guaranteerr LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS Lexingtons Leading Clo- thiersTRAINING J AND FEED STABLESwu ie 10 a ia I have opened my Training and Feed Stable and will keep on hand plenty of feed desirohorsespasture r- atesUVEYETLE rj II iI Also for the convenience and nccom modation of guests of the Day Rouse at Hazel Green null L Park Hotel at Torrent I have opened nearby two firstclass livery stables where I will keep buggies saddle horses and hacks for hire at all times Per sons wishing a vehicle to meet them at McCnnsey can telephone me and have any desired vehicle or saddle horse promptly I I will also have a lull supply of hacks for biro to drummers which will be in 1 charge of careful drivers and for which they utcontrnct by the day for any length ofjj I time 11 I eillterE1lcCausey Iping wnter fur them whenever desired i 3 Day and Swango water fresh nnd free on Iice and tap for jj I J TAYLOR DAYI- F I Tfip iPQifinir PInoiirQTiPP LYONOnpnt nf Eastern=iiGRUJ IHG Luaullty llbUldlbu HydUl Ul j Offices Boattjville Jackson Hazel Groon has charge of the Hazel Green office and all WLJ PIERATT1 s I I business entrusted to him will receive prompt atteup Lion PATIIONIXB A HOME AGENCY RESTORED MANHOOD e DR UOTTSf NEnTEHINB PILLS Thoeront retoedr for nervous prostration and all norroiia dlfeawio 3 Al3InljlIii toCNa1atuptionandhoY ntcotocnronrrefnnil tho money oll1aIiJJDCtperbozO- Sor S500 UiL MUTVH CIUIII04LCO CIeT luadOUt I r v tT 1 ft lF lrk R1T t t Mr t J i i Ji 1i J J II g th t C to l- 7wir J1 1 t14 tC Constipation I Headache Biliousness Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness Indicate that your liver Is out of order Tho best medicine to rouso the liver and cure all these Ills Is found In Hoods Pills125 cents Sold by all mcdlclno dealers THE HERALD Red River Valley Railway Cos TIME CARD E3 Train loaves McCauley G oclock a in connecting with train nt llotliwell for Mt Sterling Returning leaves Kotlnvell nt 4 p ra JAMK3 Agtllotliwell A FARM JOURNAL Creat From now to Dec 1003 Offers Nearly 5 Years By special nrrnngomont made with tho publishers of tho FARM JOURNAL wo aro enabled to offer that papor to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD one year ahead for only 100 Moth papers for tho price of ours only j our pa por one year and the PAIIM Jouit SAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 yours The PAIIM JOURNAL is an old established pa por enjoying grunt popularity ono of tho host art most useful farm papers published This oilier should ho accepted without dolay E D tray of Magoflin county a formerstudont of II G A was hero last week Win Cecil and son of Grassy wore guests of Mrs Ellen Kash Monday night Jim Davis and wife and John Davis of Eol woro the guests of George Wheeler this wee- kVOU MUST have pure blood for health Hoodts Sarsaparilla purIfies tho blood Take Hoods Sar eaparilla If you would BE WELL Miss Sarah Hrton and George Vaughn of Campton wore the guests of Miss Lulu Taulboe Now is tho limo to got your Photos Im aiming to leavo here in a short time M 15 1A non Miss Lizzio Pierati of Ezel is tho guest of Mr told Mrs G H Swango during commencement If you want photographs come on I dont aim to stay hero all summer M B TAYIOU Jim Cecil and daughter Ora Eliza Henry and sister Lillio of Ezel wore in our midst last week Mr and Mrs Bud Caskoy of near West Liberty wore the guests ofT T Caskey told wife this week Mr anti Mrs Frank Cecil of Grassy wore tho guests of Mrs Ellen Swango Monday and Tues day A granddaughter of Mrs Cyn thia Ferguson of Grassy lied Sunday last of consumption aged about 12 years I will remain in Hazel Green until tho 10th of Juno All who want photographs call during this time M B TAYLOR Ova and Carl Kash John Wool ory Luther Pioratt and a number of other young mon and women of Ezel wore hero last week Miss Sallie Hood of Fleming county is tho guest of John M Rose and will remain in our midst for a short recreation this sum morMiss Price McIntosh of Powell county canto up to attend the Commencement and returned with her sister Mary who has boon heroin school N L Varo who has boon con Springforin his back is tho guest of tho Day House By Its Record of remarkable cures Hoods Sarsaparilla has become the one trite blood purifier prominently in the public eye Get only Hoods Hoods Pills are tho best family cathartic and liver medicine 25c Honry Piratt tolls tho following good story on our young colored riond Harry Keoton who stands 0 foot G inches in his sock foot Ho says he employed Harry to plant somo Irish potatoes for him and after waiting a reasonable time to note thoir appearance ho conclud ed that ho would investigate and find out why the snod did not gor uiiuato Ho did so in connection with a committee appointed for tho purpose and found that in drop ping tho potatoes thoy had fallen HO far from Harrys hand to tho ground that thoy were bruised by the fall and in consequence rotted Harry says it may bo so but all tho same ho glories in the fact that ho can look down upon most peo ple in this section and to him that is soma satifaction Mr P Ketcham of Piko City Gal says During my brothers Into sickness from sciatic rheuma tism Chamberlains Pain Balm was tho only remedy that gave him any roliof Many others have testified to thopromptreliof from pain which this liniment affords For sale by J T Day The young man whom wo had engaged to write up the commonco mon toxorcisns entertainment otc was so busily engaged that he failed to got it to hand in timo IIenco wo shall wait until noxt week when wo will give a complete and concise report After 14 year of honest toil it looks as though all our work must spoil WITIIOI SALT TO SAVE IT Just walk up and lay a dollar down and Ill bo a happy man in town I W IL Xickell Prank Young 1 John Childers Putnam Patrick Lawrence and Hubert Gambill and Misses Alma Swango Francis Sweeney Mrs Sarah Wills wore among tho guests from Maytown this week Look at tho date nftor your name and if behind on subscription WALK UP AND PAY TODAY Avo MUST have some money and have iit p d- qtlmt is right away I W II Nickoll the Maytown merchant visited friends hero from Sunday until Tuesday and bidding thorn good byo said ho contemplated a trip to Illinois in tho near future and thought ho would ul timately land in Honolulu Now is tho timo to have your remainMoro1 time Please call at once Sobs faction guanirtwd Very truly yours MI B TAYIOH Wo urn just now publishing a halfsheet to consume a lot of white paper wo have on hand As soon as it iis used up wo shall begin the Spago form again and NOW id time timo to subscribe Among the representatives of Morgan county during this week woro A C S M und K R Nickel Newton Cisco and wifo Miss Nannie Bayos and sister Hill a number of others The mooting of tho Alumni As sociation on Tuesday evening und the foto and ice cream suppor sub sequently hold in tho yard of tho old Trimblo property wore both pronounced success Time following young folks represented Montgomery Co during tho Commoncrmont Misses Re becca Led ford Eva Jackson and sister Chas Dull Jas Young and Emmot Ledford Wednesday was gotawny tiny as the students nearly all loft for thoir homes on that day and now Hazel Green will bo as lullIts a meat ax THE BEST Of THEM ALL I t y LIPPINCOTTSMONTHWJ1ACJA2INJ6 nnmberaJCo eonttn a toritt tl1I01i are tbJeoUonable fo mose readers It should be In every household Subicrlptlon 9300 per year whomtheJ B 1IPHNCOTT COMPANY PublUbiri PHILADELPHIA 0 Squire Vheelor of Pomroton visited his son Judge WheOlaf and family Sunday HW Monday John Davis nindo a flying trip lo Ezol on Sunday to CURE A COLD tN ONK DAY Take Laxative pronto Quinine Tablets All drtiKgUui refund money if it tails to cure 25c The genuine has L B Qon each tablet CONNAUGHT2D3M2 Thin celebrated English Hackney utalllon imported to the Uniutd States on June 3 1813 will muke the fiinn of 18JU nt the stables nflnhn II PItraH III llnzel Green Ky nt the extremely lob price blood earl beauty coiuldcrcd of S6 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Or 5 To Insure A Mare In Foal money dm when tin tact IIs aMertained In either ease A liln Oil tin volt will be ro tnlnud for the sciison iiHineyI and In event the roan is traded oil or bred to mother horse the money will then be due Every care will taken to prevent accident but 1 will not be responsible should they occurDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE CONNAUOHT 2ND 1512 18a beautiful bay full 1U hands high black mane and toil gnarl style stud notion and a tine road Men 9 years old this spring He wax sired by Victor of fleetly 15si dam lloiink IIMS II bytellahceHelltince Cii i by Conlidenee IlVs data by itl lleinan 67- 0NOTEIlis roiiuilete jiedlfrree covers many crosses of the thorontlibred and coach I lioree but N ton lull to quote Breeders lire Invited to call nod KIM him 11111Iexamine his pedigree at inv Ktable Respectfully 1 II VlKIlATT IKE HARTFIELDI lliiul imrtor Ml StorlinUi Kjr rlJrilKHKSTH CUCCENHEEMER Co LYNCH itG VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods No tioiiN and Fancy loads AVe inaniifneture the well known IiEVIS ALL Posits nmid Overalls Hold your orders until you see him Do You Want to Make Money Kiono to SJIOO per AVcck Ouaranteil We want Intelligent liustlliiK rejircscnla tines to handle the must beautiful mid pop ulnr line of fist sell jug hooks and HUdei ever Ismed bj any house tptodatc quick sellers lowl retail prlees libcrnl terms nnd fair denliiif mire the InduecmenU we oiler Credits given and freights pall We want you with us Dont make your pinny till you hear from UK Write IIH bv return ninil THE HUOGINS PUB CO jeS Kiier Huildini Atlanta Un STRERTN AiD VIGOR 1 J p I 30 Days Iria1The nurrf lou power exerted br tnr Electric IJott I auUerlntIi and that you will glsdl JNlr for the use of It To men I wantIElectricity In the greatest twwer on earth Its un seen current pub Life and forte into wbalQver 1it- t4uchrs the constant steady life uxtsnded 117 my Now E1eclrtqApllIaneOllIlItIIlnll4nt 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arid sometimes the heart nets badly kidneyxJeuallyease does not find out what the trouhta in until it Is almost too late bccAiito the first nymptmu are so liko mild sicknewt that they do not think they tired n toed icino or a doctor until they find them Helves flick in bed Dr Kilmers Swnmp Hoot will buildup mid strengthen their week and dicciu VU HlllllUyP purify their ilinc i nvv i kidney poisoned Mood clear their complexion and onn they will enjoy bettor health You am jet tho regular sizes nt the drug Htore nt f0 cents and 81001 or you niny first prove for yonrHOlftho wonder dircaverytvantpRoot Kilmer fc Co ItiiiKlmmptoii N YIIr n Hftinplo iKittlo lord n book that tells all about it both Rent to you Absolutely frcn by mail NVheu writinic kindly mention that you rend this liberal offer in Tltiift HAXBI motor IlrttMn COUNTY NEWS NOTES o JetTo Ilixnre iucertiin tlL corrps iHMidpiue moat lit in thh ullicc by Mnmlny night of oauhwek and that u irby oiv Mwnyay tuutmlUK I IIkI4RE hLEANtNO Hew of he rfannon e1P tot t1 fro jjjaniin yet I 11fiI 1 tllJ nick list fur Hotnt+ tint but iii- n t4a toit lip Asia Vv fi1i Mhittii hn Vnr n v ry rink fr u tow lays feu- LClntoi i hwiGr- ItY J1 W Btjirclm is the ptta jWMjr of what lP woulii Mill a i wn tr jjIliT hisi cuw had acslf tin tlulf ditvtHttl WilHWA tailalul fly f Vn V lI derv + lu utllrrwsys i nd iiV 4 lit heattCbYldth- t1rolt1 TMi ate that it will live Jutlkb rMt ItMrdttel 4440i4 VH u tK kiIWf Aii rinu f o id for Ute kedii iighU clear distitI t jhtn err thI- 1U ILfIhu tyltrNutb + 1latllr Iopi- lttlti Ive fur w aktyHI Rtye ti rt Jtttntt1ful hraranntnte- dlilataltl Iy altlnalr At 2 fi ooi l +MAY1XN 1IJrhIVES JI WJ Phelt the pliheeIf thl- 11drP ntovi d tbii inoruiug to range City IttrLalex1atrickwtulralktd to tt did of her InHghter Mr t tt SatddKy Hr Oscar Young funornl will l Sunduylull1 1fi l1 lit Ul4kwhU and rJil1 iu lifnok iircmwl n tin+ urgan IttHl uk from T T Ooyudou tjuit ri number of pfyM from ihirl pnc + nttoiulbd Mri flugbM fviiivil tindny alToma Branch V II Nukpl went to Mattel Gnfii Sutuitiay Stu take in the citntiiHiictintoal mid to hunt him H- girlllu mlI lfisai1w1Swangnwho hits lxten lyfnr1 homo Saturday C A Sample is onlhe sick list 1Yo tllitkltqisi rievingnvllrthedo larturo fcf his best girl who is jMjns Phelps fi r instunco Arp Sninplu and nicks Miss Lulahnv returned from Mt Storl f visitaugthoi1Mn 00 Mr and Mrs Dye loft this morn- 1t1g for Mrs Ntinnio Knsh near Qn ol Gronn vhoro Mr Dyo is go 1 ing to nut up u Ana portico Tor gr8 1ashtMrs R P Swnngo ontortainod lior homo llotmrsIC M Iioratt KA Siimplo and W II Nickoll Mis osLizzio Plulps J oona Iholpa anil Lillian Patrick Thoy rttport elqlJlb n fine timo ijtlonrv Gray K M Pioratt and 11 58 f4iz Pholps Maud ttlnck iWl Lucy Pholps Francos Sweony I nn Pholps nud Lillian Pnt1lok twrhiod Miss Alma Ssvango on last Kafsclny Toy reported n grand oldctimopn I 8tl Friday morning quito a ntiitrrof Vonug fore mot ixt tho ItpwqJ1111Itgl oid the loavJugfoiQranga f II f to givo thin tip fla we held associ ated with Worn fprquito n while and had become attached to thorn But tho shifting scones of lifo has parted us Vo hopo to moot thorn whore wo can spend a happy btorn ity together Juno 0tOD HAZEl Errs Lung Irritation is tho fororunnor to consumption Dr Dolls Pino Tar honey will euro lit and give suph strength to the lungs that a cOughorva cold yill slot settle thorn 25 al all good diuggistB MENIFEE COUNTY McOAUSEY MNITERSef I JJ Taylor paid our place ft picas mint visit last woleti Goo Caton of Mnrilm wa ini town Monday Swvoral of our folk attondcd the circus at Mt Sterling last Sat urday MrsI SamuelTaylor and daught or Ethyl imid Kathwell a visiti last Mondayt Goo Taylor 1has locjitedl in Lex ington as n grueri l commi loll nurchanU Mr Hrown tae msM ctor fur 1 C I Dumber Company was bore lu1t Thurnday Mr Main of Wmt Liberty paMxl through our pined hint trijj tinyen route homo Mw U1r8t1urof Uotbwi11 vliHWI Sam TwIMW and family Ht- purtluv M A Sunday Shpt Bttk b u acdipUni a 11I si I tien I eriWtti airi Taylor Co in thfif poultry bnin j Tom ColliryKtt wuel ha r11 Uvintf at Blrongi Mill fur suit I tSlfatv uwYvft A Taf KidKH lust j Tutacllty I Dr ITVNKhilUqfKzolpnwtd i thrwifrh h rf 8tinUay t nruuU Ui Ardnlor IT wteru hn wiii 1 1I CIte ntnt practisew i Mr MnrrvlK- bxkkpwr fur tw i 1 City CAlwber Co liarex- I I IFriday for an qxtuochl trip t Unj9u wttY111ieh Mra T V UalN dfAV tn W j horjfntlicrothbr rchair +furwn1tatn t1SlOp I ttirmi 1 b our pac last Alonduy en rfHit1 homo jI Il4Ati Jcwiill of fndiuti Crk whii at Lbecilpu at Mt Sh rlini llust Saturday hAd th iuuifortn i to low W tucMh illwr OOU or lost from avid Mcdt surloay Turner 11iURell mxt dayIIItt n chock for about O hint notifiedJ thu bavik hwfoBo it had Invn pro Mfit kKrl +gd lloyn dont ijarry monoy I I h nII J WM gI nmiotetl with oo nh for several y arM and lout fall bird a moro lvfTQ cough than ever iHforo I1 IIBVM nwnl mnnv nnixutioa without roceiiring mucill rlitf and wing rVO mhlelllled to try a bottle of ChamlwrlhluiiCougb I liomody by n friend wu knowing mo to lw a poor widow gavo it tome T tried it ndl with the most grrtifying rogulti Th first huttlo VftHevod ma very much anti the IPooml hottl has absolutely cured IUH 1 hive uot had as g MHl health 4RespuctnllyMrl Ark Sold by JI1ayI tttv Barney BlanvogBhip will preach ator near Spencer Station Montgomery uonutyan Sunday and subsequently attend tho gon oral association of the Baptist churohos to be held atMt Sterl in bupridoel torn the association from this sec tion Bad immngomohtkoepB mOropco plo in poor circumstances than nay other ono cause Tp bo successful ono must look ahead andplanahoad so that when a favorable opportu nity presents itself ho is ready to take advantage of it A littlo fore I thought will also save much ox prudut1 a I bottle ofChamberlmnsColio Chol I era anti Diarrhooa Kouudy in tho house tho shiftless follow will wait until necessity compels it and thou ruin his best horse going for a doctor and hare a big doctor bill to pay besides ono pays out 25 cents tho othor is out a hundred dollars and thou wonders why his neighbor is getting rich while ho is gutting pooror For salo by J T Day l I i 1 f J rte V M 9f hc y IE ooaooetooooosaaooooeaaoa oooo Hazel GrOOn ffoaeuO Normal and Preparatory School rniMAUY AND INTKHMEDIATE- DKIAllTMEiNTd EtiKllvh Course j- Latin Scientific Cause Irennrnlory Chuslcid Course j Ministerial Course1 lifii HUM Ill InUI 1AttcIIIIIIIChistory of tit school J 2 Second term begun Jununry nd J iiI 1 i X Jan 19 1SW Princil n- tsrD KIKmi 919 4 The Leading Specialists of America 20YEARSINI OHIOI J 250000 CURED WE CURE MISSIONS r Nothing enn lJia inuro Jernuraltting to r 1 youncnr inUlIpnuil Inch than Mu ITCH l hlYlI 1 fit di dILUr ltO I ra lIt f nntohIII tr- T rlifl whether oaumxl lby otil ImbUi in youth natural wpaknof or exuuleYcufunrISow Mietho41 I oure rOil NO CURE NO PAY Iterr you nrtll hHp loutsut or luiir exrtu jniy liuo nvakvtxxl l K llMue thfiv hi dbI1il JdU VuU nmtM t fftlilrtiri I Our I IW dictht Iill cure v U Iii run no rlttr 250000 CURED Vnrniy MrnY it are pule fp lr wl1 hmtftinl iwrxiim irritable and ex Mtahfa You H CIIIIII furtnifttlI tuerorr- Milll iiuipoml tit Itus amt iiiurlin l J etonpingfirm I lit blight of mintitiiii 1 WECUaLVARSCOCELEgKH UIIY1IrNlstt MKII1U J mA 1M tiN 1 will 0oro H Tho w nny voinii return P iluir u rniil tfufil in lad honor tin Mxunl limn rctiro proH r uourilt iiifnl Tho r rnn4 becouin rilalhod nilJ uiiimlurml ilralni ut lofai yeast sod leanly LLwrrs return N a tcnlOnr NOeAtidt n ItrlDllnftt 1 Nu uiiiiiiii C EON NIIIIlI NIJ HEEN- TIOX0 r1OM JttS1Ia9r1 GUARANTEEDB UlLNiVf1 I tpL1IIoIt JJIIIIItH An KIt IittllIIHKstlrkEF1Lc111tmiE1 lolOH 111 If uiuM tI cuu HIt IUME11tGAI1RH KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O n 81 kit lt G atis iJ 1I tE NSIIVINE I 1 Fruit and Ornamental frees ahrubs fjitmll lritKvorythiac for Or6hnrd Lawn and Garden l ETNVo employ no tignntti but sell at roasohnhle prices Straw biMry and TroeCntn loguea on application to II F HILLENMEYERL- EXINGTON ICY Photo 278 i IV MUOXBY I U Anws MALONEY ru ADAMS SILVERSMITHS and JEWELERS LEE CITV VOIVK COfNTY KY Repair Clocks Jewelry of nil Wftfclirs niul hilInl the JllnrnJlllOI Hair Store Wo have in stock n full lint of ITnlr Switches from X100 to 1000 each Wigs ntptreCombsI onclst1StunpedLinens challglngthcwill receive prompt attention MRS M A KETCIIUJf Upper and Church SU Lexngton Ky t r IJO3J f y f m tii YI- 11J T lJ t 1 J t IJ 1 wJoI olo rEA fi C 0f fiL ENVELOPES NOTEHEADS lt j- l f ft BJLLJJIi ADS l l r LETTERHEADSrt I J PROGRAMS CIRCULARS CATALOGS jL MINUTES c CYI jr PressesF9i Experience enables us to Court Com parison and Defy Competition When you want PRINTING cone and see 1 vius Respectfully c SPENCER COOPER1 iu cLt 0ftL O e I 4 j I JU GENERAL WRSMITH LEXINGTON KY1 For rlrmUr nilj tonti iMpcnsftto COMMERCIAL COLLEGE Of KY UNIVERSITY Awarded Ifcttal at W rl r KxpwtfUon Inr fB to thnnn n 1 of srvluntM In potlMnnf tNe1 of ioM baa v ure lnrlo tliiflTii iiin IIkd 1rolIA 111 Mllr uNout I WritingandTeletrsphysthlrer tlrrAerItrdeeacII orlbIGENERAL R SMITH LezJnctoaJ4 udI Anon ijrMIi r n rkt Idi IIIhlIIrttnn m1flnlpklT i cfrttin our uple r an InvtiHIii i 1 imlv IlirriifrtM Cuoiitiunlcn tin tr1ctl ml H1 IIundb mkon lntnu ilrlnJalenttiAIntelutinetalnDllii triicut ilmnrc in the cientific JKtu rjcan A humtdoniPlT Mlii tmfMl wiH ktr Tnnrnut olr oulMUoa 0 f any 1111111 nurnsl Trrni1 1 a F nowdmlortFllrmioli OtOce fi r StM WwbUurt m D Co ROSE JAJT- TIl I I i BIanRSmitQSs AND WagoQrQaRers 9 Have no time to write an ad this week but thatIare the old stand and ready and todoline for cash or prompt paying customers Those indebted to the firm will please be I considerate enough to call and settle at once as we need money to run our business and must have what is due us ts payour own debts = =tt GREENBACKS or Government Money I IAtI close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following policyi lateit betj j then that government will furnish its I money without cost It will have all I the money thnt iis necessary to carry- on its trade and commerce It will precedentint the world The brain and wealth of all countries willhO to North America THAT GOVJRr lgNT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DK i j ONiThe famous Hazzard circular to I j BuellBankers both emanating from London and I inEnglandI seI I Iof The rr walk into my parlor policy II theSpanishi j theIment I j Notwithstanding the famine price fabulousgoldhaspercent and all other values decreased in the proportionFor I understanding of the money question or silver issue uniformlygivenexplain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and i pleasiu IOM Nu TITi ff i i u nnhlnunll i i C MRS S B KASH r Fashionable MillinerI TlIA EL GREEN KY r t i I I iJ I TiI rI UAVJD S ROSE headquarters Kiel Ky 111 PRESENTS SLING LUFF JOHNS CO WHOLESALE BOOTS + AND + SHOESHopkinB Plncc IiAiTi OUR MD Respectfully solicits a share of the trade ot mountain merchants TJEJ HERALD Jon lUST ando cheapest M 1 ttw111 f I 1- w f sa Jyr 6 1t I i t m a f jt 1 tY t I I 1i J I 1I l 1l S C I a c- P