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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t Y wj t 1 TFIJ3HAZi3LttEUEstablishedP March 4 1885 Mode Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and Hit Continent by Max 0 Roll u I FIFTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 1000 NUMBER 41 IJI SIMNCIK owner 0 rtJrrllltTher i n Oldest Most Popular Most IWidely Circulated and Must QuotedI I Paper i in the Kentucky Meuntalnst Alwnvit PKH in TEAR AilvntiQe HAZEL GREEN ACADEMY The fourteenth annual PCS sine of Hiifl green Aivilemy will begin on MONDAY Sept I1 ISWI Intnittioii th1Kh Ih r linr firnl11 nx + I Inr VM II roill Principal HuzelI UrtIII IICy7 1UIti1 t A itA Ui I Boys Watches 8375 and Upwards Mesas Watches S250 and Upwards SOLID NICKLE CASES AMERICAN MADE MOVEMENTS STEM WIND STEM SET EXCELLENT TIME KEEPERS FULLY WARRANTED FRED Je HEINTZ- ffianufaoturiuu JJcwo1r- y LEXINGTON KY mtU t WINCHKSTKU KY K II WITIIKRSPOOX Presidentt IL 1H HlNlTll Iasliicr Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplusl 0000000 Tins Hank solicits tliu accounts of mer chants farmer trailers and hnsiness turn generally throughout lKastern Kentucky mid oiler its customers every facility sad the must lilieral term within the limits of eglthnatP hnllkifIortiN1V J W CitAVKX 11MI I Kslt CRAVEN R ASH 4 We hive a nice hearse sod A full stock oj COFFINS and CASKKlSI on hind at all times which will lie sold on the most rca sonable terms MrI Williu Knsh will net us funeral direc tor mid furnish collin nod henna upon re quest 801it tillt the public jmtronaKe we are rr pltfllllr rtl CISI VKXA KASII i ty iw4 F t1Lr0J lt 01 Leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices Bealtyville and Jackson tl iie r Mr 1 =SOME MOTHERS CHILD At home street11heflevcr to meet A girl that IIs thoughtless or a boy that IN wild My heart eehocs sndlrifs some mother s child lad when isee those yearhaveWhose hearts live grown hardened whll I eoldlieI or man nil defiled A voiee whispers sadly Ah I some iniiih ers child No mutter how fur Groin the IrayellINo muter what inroads dishonor hath made I ptnrllhoaglmothers girl No matter how wayward his footsteps hurt lieen No matter how deep he is sunken in sin I t IIljll1IIlIlIIhmothers boy That lend path been pillowed on tenderest breast- PlittI form hath been wept eer those lips have heen pressed That soul hath heen prayed tor in tones sweet and mild For her sake deal getillywith II some mothers child IleginterSTRAY SHOTS Daniel James of Bushtun III has been trading in rent estate this winter and Is now mho owner of one of tho best small farms in Coles county Ill o 00Trimble Turner of Ml Sterling art doing a good business in horses anti mules in Memphis Tenn having sold severalcar loads during the season o O 0 Howard Trimble formerly of Menifee county is now located in Kansas His brother Thomas hits just finished his school in Illinois and is now visiting his fathers family at Pnmeroyton o o o Frank Combs formerly Clemm of Terre unit Ie Iled is nearly blind and financially on his lust pegs lie is think lag of taking his invalid wife and going back to Kentucky to spend the remain der of his days with his people o o a King Cotton is again on top On year ago the fleecy staple was selling at 5 cents a pound hut at present it iis quoted at IOc It will menu millions of dollars to the south whine financial condition iis now said to he the best since till war With expansion nod tit Niia ragiian canal the south will again be tit ino t prosperous Mction of the western world o e IHarlan amid Ilaronco Pwango Swango IIIare engaging in bleeding Hereford cattle All their herd are pedigreed rind they have some very lino animalsi They recently purehaed a registered bull fur SOO lit weighed 000 pounds They sold their calves at weaning time last year at an average of admit Inn per head tho must of then ring to cattle ranches in Texas o o It Wifall OMair of Paris III has handled over I1XOOO head of cattle ill the lust two years ami only lust two head The past season ho has handlers 1000 pent of mules Hesidos being tho big giststuCk111an in that section of tin state ho iis aNo the best hunter and hi kennel contain fox h mmN that rould IHt lle iHught for 1011 Ills hunting horse iis Kentucky bred and few fences stand in his way when he iis giving rey nard II chase o o D Poor old IKentucky During the last1 four guars of her only Republican rule her treasury hits heal plundered her revenues depleted her school fund di minished and her good naiim everlast ingly disgraced It will take tilt people of tilt state a generation to retrieve her former prestigo aialset the comniin wealth right before the country at large In traveling over a half dozen states re Gently your correspondent hns yet to findIt II1nll who does not condemn the action of Taylor and his armed aswsins MemphisTenn J II S PAPER TRUST- A t Monaco To EdncatlonHopoal of Duties Proposed I The newspaper man of the country will rejoice to learn that Hepreentativc Deviie of California recently introj ducCdIt joint resolution with object of j the repeal of duties on white or printing i j paper and the material from which UHi made nod directing the nttrlIr enersl i in proceed under tho antitrust law ngninst those maintaining a monopoly iiu- such and material The resolutions recIte paper that the existing duty of O tot greatly aids in the maintenance of per the monopoly that the price of paper has been increased 60 per cent to the consumer and this result iilln nination- of popular education and the disse information I IN DEFENSE OF OUR MOUNTAINS Richard T Jacob Tolls of a 500 Mlle trip Through Northern Kentucky and ol Ills Hospitable Treatment In tin year Iasscandidate for the clerk of the court of appeals against llpl TUII I HnryI I made a circuit of I think fully live hundred milts through renilycI traveled a considerable distance Iin North eastern IKentucky Necessarily I clone in contact with a large number of the people of there who voted for and those who voted against me and in these davs of vituperation told abuse of these noble people I feel tint it is a duty I owe to them to lift up my humble voice in their behalf iirrespectivei of their party pro clivitiesAt Vermin when I went to settle niv bill I was told that it was already at tended to fo bath myself and anin III A gentleman next day went fifteen milts- spcnkhlg14111 could not lost my way to II appointment in Jackson county A gentleman took me to his house to stay that night As he approached Ids cubic he said MyI lame iis humble my faro pour but with the air of a thesterlield such as it is it is at your serviceII told him that as a soldier I had been ac customed to hard service and hard Farr but that his cordial welcome was more to me than the best of houses tint fore without it He then asked mo to lie down us I looked tired ant needed rest while his wife prepared food ItunI lion this particularly as it was what happened through the whole MM mile The uonial kind chivalrous welcome everywhere without a cent of cost as they would have regarded it as an insult to have oUorcd it Now in regard to the slur of that local paper about their filling up on bud liquor To my astonishment ami I think I nun mi niiry that tllIhollIIf that liii miles in every town and village was tin ler local option law As I did not use slim ulents that tit tint set m back My distinct iccollection Iis that I saw in the whole journey hut one drunken maiiand this did out diller wail I lint into blue grass region at Richmond Ky To the stranger within their gates they were chivalrous beyond degree A democrat that is ono who opposed me as I was an independent democrat at the time anl1 who rode with me to my next appointment from 1ikeville asked stirewhile I wets speaking at that place 1 answered yes Ho stud some persons without thought wanted to get a half witted fellow to answer me Theo my opponents went to them and sot I wits a gentleman and that Ishould not be in sulted It was nut only at that point lint at all points In Northeastern Kentuckya drunken man commenced interrupting lilt I noticed two gentlemen go and tukc a sent liy him I Iins told afterward theysaid to him Ue will throw you out if you dont keep quiet In one of the Athens of the stalo during a speech I1tyis tint at all well and was very minh annoyed by a drunken soul and exhibit eelley annoyance tend that appeared to please tit crowd and they 1I11tldwith him Among the chivalrous bud nulde people of tho mountains this would not have been permitted fur one moment Wo may well take a lesson from them fur our great benefit They are spoken of as rod handed mur doers mid of shooting met from ambush They are 1llIlcktelllplflII1II111100IIIU of this charge Iis too true IIs this any truer of them Hum day by day tit papers hen und in nil parts of the state speak of cow artily and dastardly murders Infortu natcly this in true not 0111IIf the mouii twins ill this state but every state in the Union the purifying inlluencu of the Gospel of Jesus Christ IH needed tint only in the mountains of Kentucky but all over this great country Ur Uucrrant oldothernobhesoul Wi11ners iirrespectivei of creeds are preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to tho men of the moun tai ns and when they lire fully imbued with it these clashes of temper nod vio hence will cease In the meantime let people who live in glass houses nut cast the first Htone The complaint is that the mountain men went armed to Frankfort with their Winchesters in their hands sad pistols to their sides Which in the highest ideal the man who openly ex po KS his weapons nod that in accordance with Inw or the man who violates law and has his pockets concealed with perfect arsenals and I doubt if there was scarcely a man in Frankfort but wits weighed down with weapons When teen think their lives in danger slfpreIN lion require them to bo prepared They claim that u mountain man slant Mr1 I loehel I dont believe it timid will not until it is proven Iwyond n shadow of doubt I11Ie my theories which are t not necessary to bring forward Noble generous and disposed to conserve the I rights oftill arc the brave men of the I mountains Full of dignity and the jI mot hospitable people on earth I have j always felt and believed that std have I given my testimony to this effect he forelUchard T Jacob in Louisville Post Job work done at this office e I IfI itNr RiFF IIY = un Why Is 1900 Not I D11rDar t There iis more than one endof the century pimle Not many persons are 1 qllelltilJIput us to why the present year is tint a lenp year + nys the Denver lllt Leap yiHr as everybody knows occurs onto in four IIIf It iio four yearo since the llliphII i i e solution Of courso it is tint exactly true that there are IW dnys in the year At a matter of feet the number is lVi 5MJ2H51 This amounts almost to an extra quar ter ofa day Julius Coasar believed that ho was evening matters up when ho estimated that this extra lime unac counted for in the calendar would in four years amount to one day mad he therefore originated leap year or the insertion of an extra day once in four yearsThis was nil very well but not unite exact that iis to say according to Inesars arrangement 007M of n tiny or tiiijl seconds was falsely molded to over tojllwI the error grew larger until handy in time Sixteenthi century it amounted to 12 days Then Pope On gory XIIIl l under took the revision of the Julian calendar I i tllpprlfiI tunes and deciding that every fourth leapThere opposition to the now calendar in fact tho Greek church still uses the old tint The years 1701I mad 1800 which by or dinary rotation of four yearn hould bo leap were tint HO this year I1900 will dRYBlltKveryiiody knows that n year in leap as suns as the two last figures of its thousands sire divisibleI by IiI 1571898 ISI 2 and II81M5 wore leap years the ii tin berg 72 88 J2timid titt being divisible by II- Tho years 2100 2OO tint 100 will not bo leap the yean 2000 and 2 100 will be This Gregorian calendar will keep the seasons accurate enough for nil prac tical purposes for a hundred thousand yearsAfter that we may have to make now arrangements Great opportunity oilered to good reli able men Salary of lf per week and expenses for man with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroy er in the country Font stump Ameri coo Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind tf John Iieratt town marnhal has been IIIIHtBlltinformation He is now better and tilt ting up HOIIIO I think n 1000OOOJEATHS I FROM CHOLERA DURING THE PAST YEAR Thrt forms if this 1ntnl Disease nro LurkiiiK Everywhere Thousands of Dollars Saved by This Wonderful Discovery Hundreds of thousands of dollars has been lost in the poultry business on ac count of the devastation uniting the Hocks Ill I hIII I by cholera croup gape and other fatal disoaws There have been many remedies advanced but nniio ellI to be so successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will cure chickens in the last stage of cholera and roup and in ex cellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from violent diarrhea dropping of the wings stupor or excessive thirst V These urn tho first symptoms of cholera Cholera in a germ disease and being infectious spreads rapidly through the entire lock Take time by the forelock dont stop to experiment with unreliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once nod the sanitary measures they recommend in connection Dont give tho fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease hut thin remedy cures it every time It is also guaranteed for roup which can ho told by hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at the nostrils resembling catarrh Fifty dollars is ollercd for any case the Mix Lure will nut Guru If some of your fowls are diseased it will prevent the rest from catching it Try it It is cheap reliable tend ellcctivc a scientific preparation goes more than three times as far as other remedy i dues more good than all of them combined It ih used tint cn andilargest plain mill fancy pout manuI dont sell American Poultry Mixture lies behind tho ago In that case send 100 for sample box to American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind L Tin Hmuin one year the Courier Journalfor Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect Oct 21 1899 EAST HOUNDn Mo I l Mo STATIONS Dally ex Daily tjt Sunday I Sunday l I 11loxll1gtoll PillAvonput11Iacheterpili1IJllllolIPatlndhuii I putCityJlIII8111I1t0I1 1 i I plcFllsou I piliIhllltlcupwNatl i Torrent 110 U8 nut 1UIIII I putInllegat pmJaeksntiI i 1V11 BOUND 1 I No 1 STATIONS Dally OX No 1- Suudsy 1aily ptnAtholI pmlkatyveputTorrentIOlmNlltlIrhlge pmUuudeepmItlsoupmStantonI pinCloyI amIndianl hitsIkI I pal1111ichetert 1 poiStVO16palIexltlglno MORgerOIlAH Red River Valley Railway Coi TIME OAHD tfrTrnln leaves MeCniiney at 0 oclock a m connecting with train nt Hothwcll for Mt Sterling Itetnrniiitf leaves Hothwell at I II in JAMKS AgtKothwell SPJUNG 1900 Trees Wauls Vines flyer ytbiug for Orchard Lawn mill Garden Tin largest stuck in Kentucky of Fruit and Ornamental Trees ltpnrnJulIthulonr s such eNtahllKliiiient fiencral Nursery and 1IIIcntlllllU I IIILLKNMKVEK Telephdtie 27 Lexington Ky VE3STfiEU6 H It HDIIII v 471v TrialIJloUIInllIcurohni rotoenwhowentThemthat1iciricuyUau Itmushi bYlllJNt1Yr rroubllllJrlwIneknrNaraYorcoantiVitror tiesVlthnvaarlllCOlilloloncltIIIfur lilutratod 6vntjreui with rotrtICllllllhllUOCJ onYeloptJrROrmm 1 To WtUlli It m lGonC8rn The Ohio and Kentucky Jlnllway Com otlnttrktli Kentucky the umpK l law shutting iho locution of fu rtdlrnatly nml property IIIICM lire liullcnted therenn Such t rallrniiil IiU now mnlcr contruetx for con HtriictlnnWhore iebyconsdetetruttiou tLwerernnniier Interested In any Inml covered by F i the rlirhtOlwny trip or In property sdJs cent thereto ure bendy notified that eke 1r grmliiiK of the rail road U now In progrew and will hocoiitlnuoiiflly prokeeutcu to MMvplotlon Jj d wOHIO k KENTUCKY JlAILWAY COxi W i Hy JOHN 0 THOMAS Chief ElfIeor I March 12 IOOOIO4tJ a G NOTgIUCAViJ ouSaJ i i r ap Jt ut 1 t 1Chr fairW c t f- ua r iii I THE HERALD SPENCER COOPER cditoi HAZEL GREEN IKY THURSDAY March 22 IGOO A + ooOUnlemEOr + y Stnh + and Ilblrilt annnuneeuuuts 1000 each county announcement 500 No announcement made until the fen- S paid iwO For Jiiilftn Court of Ai cnN Appellatedate lor Inline ol the Court of Appeals from this District subject to your notion Elec lion Xovemher 1900 It neclfullv ID C OllKAK For Congo ws Tenth DUtrlrt R We arc authorized IIn STA1IIiII I announce A HOW AKDSrAMPKlofCatnpton Wolf county as n candidate fr Congress subject to the notion of the Democratic party DAVISwe arc authorized to nn AMOS DAVISI ol Morgan county ns a candidate for Congress Subject to notion of the Democratic party Fur County fudge nutimrLk thuaoffice of County Judge of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party me authorized to an COlBSIJ A TI C011itSI us a candidate for the otlice of County Judge of subject to the action of the l lDemocratic party For Sheriff Qrn lire authorized to AllfIE1W1 I IFRANK STAMPKUas candidate for the osier or- jj aherilrofltolfecotuttysuhjecttotheactinnii f partyWe Q3 I LINIENWU authorized to an 1DA VIII J LI S a D EX an a candidate for the office of Shell of Wolfe county itnhject to the action of the Democratic party I Fur County Attorneyr ore authorizedt to an FUr lTSeJ C e KlLKS as n candidate for County Attornry of Wollc county subject to the action of the Demo cratlo party Fur In IIIT are authorised to an COtt ntne ISAAC COMHS as n candidate fur Jailer of Wolfe county sub ject to the action of the Democratic party I harkIi We ore n u t hII r i 7 e d to an f1Urlvl nounee W H TITT as a can didate for reelection us Clerk of the Wolfe t County Court subject to the action of the Democratic party tonULlUUlNHOLLON I1t n candidate for Clerk of the wolf County Court subject to the action of the Democratic party 1ForAwrewnn I 1 8PKXCEUVAJUi terforl Auemor of Wolfe county Hiibject to the Action of the Democratic party t authorized 101111 i WILSONnnonce FKANK IKKS t WILSON as a candidate for Asiesor of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party Iur utinlyNoperltitrnuleot V 1111lJIV I I SniterlotetdeulIt the Democratic party t toA1 i I TAULIIBBI an a eandluate for County Su perintcudnut of Hehoola fur Wolfe uoiinty subject to the action ol the Democratic party 11rtltoditorofTuF1IRMuwuul1 bo delighted to hour that a dozen of his frionds in different pnrtH of the county nro in tho nnddlo solic iting subseriptiona to TUB IlKitALi and working as ournostly in tho matter as tiioy do boforo election when thoy are soliciting votes for thoir favorite candidate That would indeed bo glorious vows and why should it not como to pass When a dozen of our friends road this thoy have our consent to con stitute themselves a committee and f go ut onto to workuBut hold on suggests the imp of thoolUoe k maybe you havent hot tho dozen friends and maybe thats the ron son The exclamation paralyzed us wo succumbed utterly dishoart onod and disgusted lHilt hope springsetornal in the human breast and prompts us to ak you dear reader if you will bo one ofsuch a dozonlIGKN OTIS said it is simplyout o rageous that tho insurgents should begin fighting again just as ho hud thorn hopelessly scattered TheI blamed cussos ought to stay whip od TIlE gold bill has become n law I I iwith a small stronk of silver in it rl P A t r z J r THE Into Kentucky legislature was tho most expensive that over assembled in the state Very littlo legislation was done and that which was enacted had hotter have boon loft undone Every act of that assembly tended to throttle tho taxpayer und in the sweet JHubsequiiitly ho will swear well yes hell swear in every tongue ofI langtitigu he can command Tv billsonly two mind call for the expenditure of if 100000 each And fur what Half of this sum is to defray tho expense of delecting tho murderers of Gor Goubel and the other 100000 is to arm und equip a now state guurdor more likely to create seine fat oilices for the young nn n who are afllictod with that delightful disensn ding noswl as elegance of ease But in country folk lore known as luz in MBS Add to this DOOO the c s of maintaining a standing amy tho junketing trips of thn legislature etc and the aggregate is amazingly appalling The mini r Juror of inv Goebel should with out doubt ho hunted down and hung but a much loss sum would have answered all purposes aye have boon more effective And Its to tho other 100000 that was nltogothor uncalled for When our present troubles end and Kentucky is onco more her normal self a slato guard can bo organized und tho arms now in uso utilized Kentucky is too poor a state to squander money in this wanton and reckless manner and tho bur den is more than time taxpayer can boar n THE Morning Herald published at Lexington under tho able man agement of Desha Breckinridge hUH become ono of time host papers in Kentucky und the editorials which appear in it from day to day aro unsurpassed in elegance of diction and directness of applica lion Thoy are the product of his distinguished father COC1 IP Breckinridge and are so forceful as to call forth praise from tho elite press of the oast But wo aro talking of Desha Bn ckinridgo laid the ability ho has acquired in add ing to tho business of that paper and its improvement Ho has made it a newspaper in tthe full sense of that term and yet it iis as clean in tone as the Topcka CapitalI now being published on Chrisllike linos by the Hov Chas Sheldon Mr1 Breckinridgo is up with the lark in allI modern ways of attracting business lust now ho has a scheme to send Otto young lady to tho Paris exposition for another a two weeks stay al Hotel Chamberlain Old Point Comfort Va for a third ono a two weeks stay at Kockcasllo Springs Ky and for the fourth lady a weeks stay at Torrent Ky The lucky ladies will be decided by ballot and there aro Ifl contestants For the two weeks ending Saturday night the 1 17th there lout Iwon- IB2151 votes cast which gives some idea uf tho circulation of the pajjor rocoivIotlThe Herald in tho four trips mon tioned will be about r 00 but tho iincreasing circulation jjustifies tho outlay Air Breckinridgo is also tho publisher of the Kentucky Stock Kami devoted to tho trotting and harness horse iinterests of the state and he will make of that paper tho sumo success ho has of tho Morning Herald Send for freo sample copies of both papers and learn all about thorn UXDBU tho caption hln defense oflnr mountains thero is a lengthy article in this paper from the putt of Col Richard T Jacobs oxlieutenant governor in which he refutes time charges made against tho mountain people in tll111tro politan press Time editor of this paper had tho honor of serving I12 months in tho Oth Kentucky cavalry commanded by Col Jacob anti ho is today proud to know that tle colonel is still time sam humane honest gentleman in civil life that he was as a soldier Asa soldier and an oflioer every enlist edl man and every subordinate offi cur in the regiment loved Col Ja cohoHo was a kind good man in those lays and we hope ho may live to a ripe old ago 91105i0 theTIIEKB are two Porto Rican question but tho republi cans in congress aro on ono side und tho whole American people are on tho other THE HERALD for 100 n year I J1 YY TIlE tooth annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans will Iw hold at Louisville Ky May 8J 81 and Juno 1 2 and 8 1900 and it is thought that tho crowd which will bo brought together on that occasion maybe even greater p11I1l1I same place only a fow yuan sine Wolfo county will sud hor quota timid to that end CUlt LykitJs has isatiod an ord+ r assembling all the Confederate Voterans in Wolfo1 countyI at Campton on April 2nd All honorably discharged Inion Veterans urn cordially invited to attend tho Campion mooting and for one the editor of this paper will certainly attend it till circum stances anti his state of health permit Wo know we should enjoy it lint road Capt Lykiiib order and lot there ho a full attendance of Cox Caoip- CIN1iDCatII VITKIIAN ASSOCIATION OK 1 IxKNTfCKY- GroKciK W Cox CAMP No Guttural CAMPION Older KY1 March IS IatII It Is hereby ordered that the members of George 11 Cox Cutup Xo Mli ofrlI tIll Confederate Veteran Association of Kentucky will meet at Campton Wolfe county Ky on Monday April 2 1JOO at 1ticluck p III to make Mich arrange ments an appear necessary for attending thu tenth annual reunion of the United Confederate Vctcraim at Louisville Ky May MSII JJune J 2 and a 1HOO j And all honorably discharged Union soldiers are cordially invited to attend JOSIPII C LYKINS Capt Commanding Cox Camp Xo 133 THE present congress should pass a bill to exempt paper and all raw material entering into the manu facture of paper from nil duty I The paper manufacturers of this l country have formed a trust timid doubled tho price of newspaper within tho last few months limo blow fulls heavily upon the country newspaper especially and is a solar plexus hit at education for in a general way there is no element of education so broad as tho nows pep r Aflor mastering tho A B Cs tinny of the best business mon of the country have attained their education through reading news papers To increase thcost of paper will work a serious hardship upon tho poor country publisher and unless ho commands a good subscription and advertising pa tronage ho must ultimately go to the wall Time attention of Senators Doboo and Lindsay and Congress man Tom Fitzpatrick und tho oth ers in tho Kentucky delegation should lend their assistance to any measure that will weaken tho trust in its oflort to throttle tho press of tho country ooooooooooo ooooooooooo II A KASII W II Et9Il t KASH KASH fttto1neysatLaLuJHAZEL I I 111111I1 000000044000000oooooa4oooo0000NOTICE To Administrators and Guardians The law requires that all Administrator Shall nuke Kcttlcnicnt with the County Court within two years from their appoint merit and that till Guardians skull tile an inventory of the real and personal estate of their wards within fiO days as u basis for a settlement and make settlement within 0 lays after the expiration of a year from their appointment and in as much as this law has not peen strictly complied with I now wart ull Administrators anti Guardians that they must comply with the law at once Giveu under my hand this Feb171900 0 T CKNTKR County Judge 222tt of Wolf County DO YOU WANT ITALMOST FREE Tna e illustrated Kefl1uoia It is superbly illustrated monthly the size of HarperH Weekly devoted exclus ively to the Historical Industrial Social and Sentimental Side of Kentucky It IN tiuhlNhcd at Louisville by Ycuowine tl Lipscomh at 100 a year 1 If you haven t sien it scud for free sutttple copies We will club It with TIIK lUKh1 GHKKX HKHALD for a trille more than the price of your home paper I fOil will renew or send us 111nsllI siiuHcriplion 1 so we will send you this iiiper ami the liii sTivTin KICNTTI KIAN both postpaid for one year AlliresIi slCNl11m OOI11- Ila 1 Grrru Irr YOUR MAILr ORDERS Tor anything anti everything in the line tit nurds srNiwiKsTonFT1 AUTI CLKS IMUITMIS SOAPS TOHU cos CIGARS and Prescription Specialties will he pruuti tilt filled by us It rite us when you cant find what von want in your OIIstores JAS IK COOPKU Onionst Mti IKXIXGTON ii- Four tuxes n o due und must he paid nov So please call stud fettle nodsave trouble us 1 am compelled to collect lit F PIEUATT D S tftEftTtY DE T n iirtrt a 1l1 aaII M iU lli t I r r1 oQo r rcJ JioJflaKe1oflocIC011 iJ = r c ez The weather is too warm and we can z not wait rny longer on cold weather tZ ea 1 off on every article of CLOTHING opporIgr CENTS ON THE DOLLAR eJiliJEFtIE1VBE E =tllttr Every article of Clothing in our rz higherthanout charging you the advance we give 1= you ONEFOURTH OFF at toas o Prto asas asas 25 1 per cent ofT 1We have now the finest and lar gest stock ofas a ea lImE UERerI Sr in Kentucky Largest stock of FINE Kentucky5E 25 per cent off on 53 all of them I 5 Dont miss this sale lOUIS GUS SIB US- Loadingi Clothierst of Kentucky WANTED 500I MNJ Who owe me on account to call and pay same I need tho money and can wait no longer Please do not ask for credit if you owa me 011 account for Ican not and will not grant you credit any longer I have A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE and will not be undersolcd when I get thlHsh All taxes due me must also be paid now because to indulge you fur ther hurts us both JHow many will respond to my call l I shall wait and see Doors open from 0 oclock a m to Opm Respectfullyice H F PIERATT fiNE SffOESI have just received the finest line and greatest variety of LADIES AND CENTS BOOTS SHOES ever brought to the mountains tumid having bought theta before tho recent fiso in loather I am prepared to save my customers nniuyn every purchase they nuke I want tho ladies Especially to xniunio my stock For tho price 1 can show them a iron tlace sine that is ft worldbeater It is indeed a beauty und to the touch makes one fed that the shoemaker gut hold of tho kidglove stock Uoripoclfully JOHN X HOSE +n s r vwe S ROSE I DAVID Headquarters Kzel Ky nlrrlstxT9 SLINGLUFF JOHNS 5 CO WHOLESALE BOOTS + AND + blIOES Hopkins Place HAITIMOHK Mi Respectfully solicits s share of the trade ol- wuuntuiu tntrchints vJql4 10 Ij Ij RRIOnJJ AttorneyaiL RjTUltSSLOUISVILLE KY 1 Inference J Taylor Day Hazel Green HERALD 1011 ritlNTINO IS THE nEST and the clteape I t w L ODD S 101 LtStic and cure BOOSStJ1 k JlIlml- nusec fJliousat In U ftcnltc Tl1j ar tn- ralU3bk w I rt vin 1 or t reaL up a- tcrerlili7drtlt1t cttintbcyaretvortbyy- ptlt 0111101101 I1 vegetable they tfltcu Uv tliil drcii or dclltuto vomei fuaUaCI11001 mt1W rXj LYEkiiiD0RM kS F CrCat From now to Dec 1003 5 YearsOfferNearly By spocinl nrnmgomont math with the publishers of tho FAIIM JOURNAL wo are onnblod to olTor that palter to every subscriber who for THE HERALD ono yourpays ahead for only 100 both papers for the prico of ours onlyouri paper ono year find tho FARM Jouii VAI from now until December 1903 nearly 5 yours The FAHM JouBNAti is an old ostubhshed paper enjoying great popularity one of the best find most useful farm papers published This offiT should ho accopted without delay p Undo 1res Trimble had a hum stolen from him oiLMonday night of last week Wile Perkins attended court nt Ml Sterling on Monday but did not take down any stock Nathan Hollonof Lane passed through here Saturday Ill route to visit Hurry 3lurphyof the Murphy fork Hnrlnn Tower of Salyersville spent Sunday night with his brother in law Wiley Perkins Lacy creek FoTJfii =A purse containing S5c nnd key Owner can pet by calling on John Davis fold paying tOe fur this notice u II F Iieratt on Monday sold to Alex Dih HipiM coloreda gray mare nbout ID years old for 3J equivalent to Cash Red river was mi a boom Monday nnd ties and staves lire scattered from LeI City in this county to Clay City Tow ell countIThe Day roller trill ini thi + week up on Grinding wheat fur the fmrgt time since July and pirt of thrt time the still was run night and diiy LOOK OUr for the f st signs of SarsaparillaIsenrich mul vitalize your BLOOD Matt Sloan the man who was hurt in the row nt Lee City a week orsoniro WM on Monday said to be better Dr Tuulhee hU attending physician was here on Monday and so reported Elza James last week sold to Monroe Nickell a strip of land nbout three fourths of an acre lying in Dickville and adjoining the property Mr Nickell bought of F M Long for 100 crib The Tohn H Morgan Camp No 11981 1 Frisco California has written that it will attend the Confederate Reunion in Louisville May 30 31 June lJ3 They are coming east and west sad north and south F M Long last Friday sold his steam saw mill toJ 15 Amyx of Sellers and the latter will remove it about May 1 Uncle Dllc will first finish 1m contract with Henry Iieratt which will take unI til that time CncleJ washerecandidate for assessor and would an heIleswesmelling flowers andtoldrohllItI 1aulheesttirnichI WaitfnforWilpy Perkins had the good fortune Mondayl 1 o cul VPS aii1 all of than deep roil without n whlt1 gOOInUnF lf Long trot judgment ncainst X I Vitro at the last term of the circuit of83G60fers the prooert for sale on Mnndny April2nd protltvR residence But the presumptionIiathnt he will lose nothing in the trans inChm r GeTthii week mall TilE HEIULD toII andInteresting I is l bItI conkdentlyfromhimI ushewouldheI rre people of thatheg paragraph to each of the boys from this teclion hllillet now in the moundartily Manila 11 I UfO art at lent 20 or 30 boys from this nodI adjoiningI counties anti the people hcr j would indeed be proiuul to hear from IlutGeorgesttuutiagletteron receipt of this George j IIL 1ttelephoneatigel was received at this place en Saturday morning mi nouncing the death of Mrsl Eliza Trim ble on Friday night ltr death was heartdisease I particularsllrsAsburylriniblrI Hensely in this place in IXiM and was I a brother of Uncle Pres 1 n Frank el I I al1rs1ritnblcI way also the mother IfJSouth 1 ramble the present speaker of the JerrySouthtiary at Frankfort for several years On Friday night last some of the young people of our town gave listCross the music teacher at the academy a little surprise party in the way of a candy pulling The young men furn hydettcandysweetly succulent Those who par ticipated were Misses Maggie Bush Ora Swango mid Nannie tIn es the gentle men being W H Kash Curtis hose Sam NickellandI John Hayes Tliesciiiu of the event was the dormitory mine host Q 0 Daniel and all went merry as a marriage bell Some thief entered the residence of Preacher Pike on Sunday night the 11th inst anti stole three harts They effected an entrance through a window that hadII light broken out and a piece of cloth tacked over it Mr Pike thinks the culprit was a boy or a woman as the tracks were smaller than a man would make The general opinion antivve heurtily endorse it is that a man who would steal farm n poor preacher de pendent upon his parishioners for u support would commit any crime in the calendar do anything that iis mean even to throwing rocks at his grand mother A nevqlaw firm has just been formed in our town till title of which is KHHI Knsh and the star performers are Itollin A Kash timid Win H Kash The first named gentleman Klung his shingle to the breeze a year or so since but the litter was only recently admitted to the bar These young men are both cap blc stud deserving disciples of Hluckstone and should receive a fair share of the patronage of this cectinn By their curd in this paper it will be seen that they make cal ILe imy a specialty and nan residents will do well to communicate with them Thr limn of till wlm sub IItrlbd for Tnr IIEIIALI March 4 III now out arid limy arc rrprcttully urcril iJTrrniw nt our and tnkr ndrnntlgr nf our utuh ruts wills tutu TwtcHuW U Cuurlruurnlll fur 12 inontli tlif Fnni uurrrnd tit IhoathJnurunl t r 1InltIU1 n Tom Graham who moved from Gill more creek to Floyd Hunt county Texas some five years ago paid a flyjng visit to his old home last week arriving on Wednesday and leaving on Friday He had been to Virginia on busines and coming back by way of Lexington he felt that he could not resist the temptation to pay his old neighborhood vis it and therefore ran in as stated He likes his western home very well but says a man has to hustle His wife ill becoming reconciled to the Ii situation though until recently she was never sat isfied Tom says he planted six acres of oats and after selling fUO worthstill had sufficient left for seed Thin amount required to keep tho acad cmyat Hazel GrePu about flOOOJ was eubscrdbed on Monday and when count ed up was found to exceed that sum Our people arc slow to move but when once aroused will contribute liberally as the excess In this instancedemonstrates The before the national matter now goes board of the C W H M It Indianapolis for final adjustment and it is confidently hopetltnd believed that considering the fact that the school was founded nt ttlia place and Is so and has grown up well and favorably known throughout the length and breath of the land Hazel Green will retain it Tell it to the peo plo everywhere Mrs Emily Lacy on Sunday killed a fat lion that had formerly been an extraordinary good laver Thinking to as certain the reaon slue had ceased to lay good health she made while in apparent exami ation while dressinG hero dosea lflllk and discovered a needle lying toi cro wiso of time eg bag That of course the impediment to her usefulness wns detracted front her edwiseinhut it nu dish for she ihle qualities n+ a dinner was as flit a+ nllIJJI he II An Old Friend IN the title of Truths dement for March This fine Jic- turo gup iis reproduction from the original- painting a William Verplnnck I irneyi by only by reason of its anti ill charming not sentiment but bccni83 It 13 thoroughly characteristic of this painters vigorous- work In size tho picture is 17i by J and fs printed on heavy rough coated paper suitable foffrnmlug HAZEL GREEN COLLECE 1IY SAM WILSOX I You may talk about your collfgcH lrufullllrJIsmindInreuowuedllutThat decks time inountnlil scone lightOfyouthCani ouruslointj Their thoiiidit refined were born And liteM the hour when they llrM lathed In wisdoinsi well erane And drunk nt finim ol lennilng from The eolleiteof Ilaacl1 1 1 Jreun Still let its roll1rit ever slrond j Throughout Kentucky dime let U he our pure ueliailu dad priiniplf hIII Still let its t iMhiiiK ba to roll The pureni brighten lieum Still let lit ctrivu to keep it here The college of lintel iirvcn I The buys and girls should rend the harm Journal It will help keep them om the faro 1le will send it live years the remainder of PHH and all of ItHlI I 1JO IIUOa surd HUM IA every tine who will subscribe fur 1111 HlUAli both papers at the price ofours only FJJJiiilgo U It invango nttoiiblod the but I iul ofiov Coebol at Frankfort 11111II r week anti was title of the few ormitltl to See the face of the dead ctatcMimu I He also acted as pall bearer in moving reinuins front the vault to till grave F II Lung lust week Hilda house IIIIlI lot in Dickville a suburb of lIlIzel Green to Monroe NickelI The house contains live rooms and the lot is about SOxIK feet Consideration 200 Willie Alexander on Monday bought of J 11uy a pair of dun mare mtiTci four amid live years old anti full nisters for l100 cash This was perhaps the best matched pair of mules in ICasUm Ken tucky if not in the state and they stood 15 and llilJ hands high respectively Mrs Holly Nickel of liillmorc creek was reported sick on MOllduyhOllr man about town did not learn the na ture of her illnessI but site was suflici cntly so to ret + hire thn services ofa physician and Railroad PhyMcian Taul bee was called to see her Agents on salary JlfiOO per week and expenses j the greatest njienl seller ever produced j every stuck and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Ref Terence Address with tamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute hidify All who desire to wear likely lutindriod shirts collars coils etc should cull on Robert Cord agent for tho Lexington Steam ILimmlry tho work of which is superior to that of any laundry in the state tf p Prevention iis better than euro Keep your blood puir your appetite good and your digestion Ill flL lby taking Hoods Sarsaparilla Hoods Pills act liannonioiisly with Hoods Sarsaparillu Intle ellleiunt OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth If not Time 1VechlyEn quirer wants to study the strides it ha title The first census of the Unitcu States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The re suit has been as follows Year Population Year Population 18107239581 ffflfl 31443321 IS20 9613822 1870 38558371 1830 12866020 1880 50155783 1840 J7069453 1890 62022250 1850 23101876 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States excluding recent acquisitions The result is usually announced in July of the census year THK WEEKLY ENQUIRER is anxious to engage all in a studyof their cotta try1o this end itwill distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solutions received of the population of the United States Census as follows To the first nearut sweet gum received 3000000 ro the second 750000T- o the third 75000 To the faurlh To the fifth 2500r- a the sixth 2000r- o the seventy 1500r- o the next 10 each 100 tnconting to 10000r- o the ntxl 60 each 550 amounting to 2500 00- rothsnextlOO each 525 arnnariwtv 250000 rothoaextb00 ai 0 aisonnuwc to 5000 00- To the cext I JO each 6 anruatirpto 765000 2197 cash presents amounting to 52500000 In case of a tie money equally di vided Every gucs on the ale proposi ion must be accompanied ba years ulscriptiontothe FFKIY ENQLIKHK You can guess ai often as you in o inclose subscription price to live Wrrsur ESQUIKKR This contest will close a month be Tore the result of the census will be mown and officially certified by the 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ATKINRON Addtcn JOtfKIfAl clan y kNCINS llhLAUIILrna x 1 umow iW W P W W Y W 41JXJYI L1aN f 210JAYY4EEbtuI Farm IKXUU UJIrllC IIrll 1111111111 from asycar td with thruo uppllcutloiiw of Quinns Ointment It U tho trot mc l or hcMi or I hvartllyl re- pnrmenunleti1betaover We acne hutulrnli ti f ItiHmunfa- ltrnco8l 0 prr Inrkiicr HnikllertloMcmtii- Atk your nicest for lu ir iii hw not keep It MO l will wtnl irril l on riiHpt of iirlco AcMnwi W Jt KDDY ft CO Whitehall N Y az sW s s2 szZmJ srizZSzs t HOFFMAN SON hTKKMNG 1KY We true and and world paper 11111 mlZ A AIT you I PIERATT 30UCITOK htii IiGXu n1iC + 1g enyi I17 FIUIi COMPANIES HKPJ1KSKNTEDL- onns in told nil btinincKH of the niountiiiiiB Holicit4 sYoRrIFtIIItr i OD- rrr fV wtrr ry xrrYn3t x n M81TS- NEItilRrtoE t PILLS rrrnrprcntmttnnnrrlnllrlorrouadurareuuCIt f JrofiTlxtMaii NJjflillriM + lbn Ynulbful W ytS ii i Sul tt iir J1ri him wiiiii Irpttrgy I i A pururuA MirTOl OHWrlMl j pf 1r ItIcflrrlxCler4t 44 JI 1 1 n r4gt+ tlN1ryEH Nr CFICJ IEw- iiDie iiaiipcru of Wiilfe county will lie ItI- IUt In lie eared fur for the next 12 month Id the lowest rued bent liiililur nt the court jioukc door In the town of Camptoti on TitcMlnj April 31nxll It bring time caiui tinymtwblchtherrnlarflacalcourtfaheldIlddera I approved iccurllv Given under wy hand this day of March 1000 40 3 G T CENTER J W C C r a iP r rg w s Ar Illll U Ring Ring the also true h bring the new tcNorway Improved hj PoiiaCure nil and Bronchial The weary Ire etiet Is the and membranes are that Is BY ALL Only SURE Dr and about turn contain find No about took Cents other J- me ant keep HOIM away lilUULU I rollhllIRhtlt ONE mul IAItM W lhtnclto two fllly lutb W H IIAXKL OHEKN j otintod nn ti iliiiipnrr I iMiiir Mrniililii olunr v I Ith UrVNTKI 8KVBI1AL IKHSONM FOItIDMrict Office Managers in thlll state to reprcmint me In their own mind Mirroutul e eoiiiillca Wllllni to ycarl GO tpnmhlewhir iiniuunl opporlunitieK Reference es t 1 rlucloflliiiCi Chicago 2I4 D +Il- oLll 7F IAIKIIH Clnnn and Nice iflrIiA Abthli omco atsO cent Jf Jltli lq 12 iiiar X jIS1 r ii r7- Y4 Ij M i I J ttU u- i I i L i Thousands Rave Kidney Trouble v and Dont Know It y How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty focr hours a sediment or aet tling Indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys If It stains ycur linen It Is oidenco of kid ney trouble too frequent dartre to pots it or pain In the back is also convincing proof that the Itldnoys and blad f der arc out cf order Whnt to Do There is comfort In the knowledge so SwMlpRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder end every part of tho urinary passage It ccrrec Inability to hold water and scalding pain ii f4infCII It or bad effects following ure cf liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled tto go dieII during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonII derful cures of the most distressing cases tt- J you noed a medicine you should have the best Sold by drunclts In 50c andI sizes You may have a tampon bottle of this i that discovery tells IIwonderful It both sent free by mattn address Dr Kilmer n me ft Bwwnpnoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing men tlon reading this generous offer In this paper UUUNTYI NMWSNOTltlS1 0 CQyTiiliiHiiro intartiiiii AII corron liiinilcnco mini be ill tlll04 Illico by i MimdiiyI niyllt of each wick mill I llntl luiirhy mi Mnnilny IIllIrllill1IIII Our corroHiiiiii nt nn I and WI Wllllt Itt 4I I hilt 11I1I1IfOlrlh they I will not receive piper eXlfpl fur tin I wook thoy lime iiewn letters Veare dependent upon1 them fur the news mid r l lwhun they fail in Hii in their favors t1tint put IH to onll iiuMiivciiifiito 0 = I t DAYrfHOHX pQoINCiS I John Ainyx tlIl Iir was in Days i Itiru Kltunliiy Frank Duke has iii rClrlstIalinei bl morass juck i Unolo Amns Nickell Ii iililo to get out tlllhllnhIoCui II 4 4 lIlt II rook 4 left lhero Mnnilny for I- II1tvi tn Miiiofco cotiniy I01111uyc bus ronliil his Stiito road funn tOil Mr Handy Frank Wilinn nf till Red Uivor fork was in Dayslmro Sunday icnrgo Olilliold hn + employed first class coal digger fur this yoar Polo Kvoret itilltt of Luc City tsar attending church horo Sunday Miss Jennie Amyx of Hollars was at 4 tending church hero Hundav Wnyno IVirk + snld In Vos realm n short two year uld heifer for JO- Jliiy litllinf tillmore IIIH born visit a Ilug in Dayslmro fur n few days MrH A M1 Nickill of Hiiyfl Oroiii was viititn in IDayshnro Suinlay Win I Ilutcrlina innviil from irasiy J deepJI 1 Mi s 15i Trimlilo of Iuiy oroclc vii visiting Mwn Francis Fallen Saturday i I tend Siiuilay- Mi s lnuii Klinrii of MiiruHii county was yiitin Mr 101I Mm KriinkI UIIOt1I f few day this week Ves Norman olio tiny last Week weld to udjuinfugi liirOiiey nflaey creek WHS in 1 Days lorn Sunday nod WHS trying to alimv Waller Maloney all the fights Smith Stumper has niiud Iris Amyx r t fiirm to a lrii nf wtrkiinto lirtici 1 Nickell Wayne and line Iarks Minis Hnllio and lapin Omy Mollie IIStvungu ami Uornie llius rillut the Swiini o Springs hove lieon cnjnyinv tin mccliiiK her- oIliJnulc4IltnIrinlbhShefielI lamesJ Curtis Koo Jim Lucy and lt ion Lacy nllof Lacy crick linxn been attending eliurcli heir fur a few lays IHenry Miles will mnvo this week to the Catiey tunnel mad will at unco be i gin work Henry is an old tumor and loves to burrow in iho unuinil Tho II two KOMM nf LucyI creekI wo mean two of the charming datiehleri + of Jo P HOH Mlsscn Iillio and Stella graced our lilllo villnjo with their pre Once Sunday riuro hits boon u meeting in pro roM horo at tho While school house conduct od by Rees Pike Davis and Mrs Ellen An unusual interest is beingI IIStvtutgnstcd tenet a ntnnber having pro 1I111til llItillll or liolini- Woodsiui s Little bring a good friend nf ours we would lovo to ctnte that Wood son Was not at fault in that IIi lurhnlltl nt IoI City a few days IIRO in which he hit Mr Sloan From tho best Iii brunt v tint we ran ueiMrI iSloiin first starteda rough hotisp II f Quito n number of daze Green bona ties liavo horn visiting in Dayboro in tho past woek Amonir Ihoni wonoliced plisses Kiwi and May Nickoll Mary anti Corda nroniieman IVarl Day Xevntlii Nickell surd Clark Loiu Itttd Little informs us that nn Imlinn nnd tho colored folks Imvo been holding it meeting nt the colored school house But who ever heard of nn Indian thnt onIde Ji aI 1TJ r flr r I I L J t r JiJrnlaII enid last week that he wan in tiOBOcglori of n valentine that Thnrlle I hud wrote He surely dues ni iienn 1111 for I never roil try to write but one mid that wim mnny yean iiuo that nil the young folksciinnot JCCIIII lect it lint then us the 1D nlu in a kind of an incubating bull 1 will leave him IH for II month or two IJooti Lacy of Lacy creek who han hf eii iloiig till cookingI fnhliul1 Lacy jr- rr quiteI a while came over to Days IMIO Jilt day this week to inform the I I f ifIIIf lion that I he hUll nut her n iro- nfr severtl days Hut we lennifd that ISocn hits located him Minewheie in the iieigiibufhiMid the riwango Springs MnciUO ClA li Mil h m Ho Would have No Other Kind lone Miller of Walnut drove belt rII known as Curvy Morgan county WII ilowfi nn Viilnelay Uee UncAt Diivi std WtlllllII to build him n niltvagnn Iliif t cir ago In liiil the JI lbuild him a W Hgon at a rust of P0 which he well coiilintiouly until a Nrek1r t11 ihys Illlid IlIllo told for11 rtt hlt ho he ellI gel oust built furbat Ihe says li wdiiid nither have ono made by Hi1 t Davis at i5nulli if thev could not build him one he would do the next 11 linn r aid IIll from some one a r tlinn itifiilly Hindu by this linn shell uy wngon hiiildorn he thiiiKw have no su periors This peaks vOlumes fur the lurk 11111111111 of these nentlemen and Iis iriniit facie eviijenee thrt they n e only Ihr best imilcrinl in the construction of their vehicles hurry man who haw used- u I wagon made by Ibis linn is practically as win in in priiino of the workmanship sun material used by them hit out so piofusc perhaps However they lire all united iiII tilt opinion that if theyOould enlarge their plant mad con Ii Ill them solves to wagon building they could and wiPild soon inonopoli thin trade of the mountains Orders ahead precluded Ihl- 111flltiliLf making Mr Mil lorn wagon mill he started out to buy kind would suit him t on two or three recently put up and hoped lo got one of them Music In tho Air c L Sheppard and Kugeno Hnrvey two Winchester darkeys who are em goosed on the railroad 1tthe tunnel under IccnrttC Gill contractors paid our town a visiti on Tooday lust and treated the citizens of this place to some of the finest instrumental music over hoard here nod as fund perhaps as was ever heard anywhere Till instruments they lIell in rendering this sweet music were I Irench harps hilt their music was so much better than ever heard hire before that those who heard them pronounced them artists hi their lice We always knew that Winchester was n good town aril contained many of the good things of this limo but we never before knew that it hud such musicians They took our town by storm and the muie wafted on the brcio iis still in the air They Havo Located Under date of tilt Iftlh inst Mrs Maggie hash n ritI from Iturdette HateI county Mo to have piperI ell to that place as they hove concluded to locate there permanently Her husband Dr Silas Knsli has hurl several calls and they think the propect quite good She wanl till th1IIIlIe numbers of tho dear old Hiilll smart they left but we lied it impossible lo send any ono ol them She promises to write again a sunn us they get settled down They nre hoarding at precut hill will son go in housekeeping They send love to all in quiring fricirKh rind hope through tin paper to hear that all of llaxel lireenV citizen are well The Y I S I1 tK rIIIIIIlIlIIllIIhI er The weekly pravermeetingi isi held nt tho Chrilian church Saturday at 7 80 p III The following tin Ithe ollicers 1rrsideiil Miss Mabel Urn Crocs Vito Iresidcnt John H Mays Torrepond Seretary Nlis Nannie Mapel Record ing Secretary Noah Ci co Treasurer MrsI Dora Swaniio Kldor Jim lam 1ieran i tn rout home until wits nt Waco Mo1 with hi hrnlhcrinlaw lim toi iilNiiit tl wecl since From there they will uo to liuh ton III ttjsit Mike Murphy ai flllllil1t1l1 there home They toil arrive hero about the fiat of April MrsI Liie Kit+ h mother of Klai sad C IK Kah is said to Ibe dniig niu Ily III at the resilience of her daiightir Mrs Millard Ritchie of Mavtown I was reported yesterday that he wouldI probably not live throughout the day Sho has ciniMiiuplion John Srvago the painter coal minerr and general utility man who hits so journed horn for uyear or tI1I1I Tuesdnt moved to Let Citytvhere ho hits cngauedI to do some painting for Allison Rsra- tiui others Rev II Adams returned Moiidin from Kreuchburg where he 111IIthllIi1 Sunday He will preach at Ohl l int sy church on Saturday ninhl nod undo morning and afternoon dl Mrs EiiillKish anti dnugiffor iii- linggh left for 11IlklUII1lliII lay far n visit to her daughter Mrs IjloydI Day of indefinite duration IJr Kiiyh hn been there for sonic tiirio y Topics for sermons Sunday nt the Christian church aro Jesus as Ho woo stud ns lie 1It iia in and 1 Soul i Preservation at 7U p m You are invited to attend both sermons enl Cundiir lolls ui Unit 1000 or more tics and staved were run out of Laurel on Sundays tide Have vent dried npnles for sOlo Wo should like to hnvo n halfbushel r vr ImI I with his 10x12 berry patch us it Iis for Itlll1 commercial berry grower with his ttwentyacre field The price in SO cents publisherWilmcr Mrs Frank Cravens died at her home I near Ml Sterling on MondayI the 1tli itihtof consumption Mrs Cravens maid feel iiiunu was Liiu Lykius who was quite will known in this icctinn and many will regret to hour of her dealhii The items about went tttealing shoo d ii 11ave iippoiiied in Tin llmiAIP of lat theylice j 1illI 1 i Ithieves might ero this have been nppre hcndud F u Foil Stllt1Iy farm of liM acres near Leveo ly One thousand 101X1 dol lnrs dnwn luiinre in tvo year Will unit parties al Clay Pity who desire lo limit HI ponce W M WILSON t 1111tI iKy Mrs Inhn MI Roe is at Nest Liberty a the hciNiilu of her brother loop Swango who is dangerously ill with i hllilfj i TO l1 tiucrlSf I 11 AV Take Laxative Itr non Qninino Tablels All driicgiis refuiil money if il foil to cure 25c The gen ninei has L U Qon i each labldII I i i tion of deputy pnstltusterj at Hazel ireen and i + now reading postal cards and watching for the billet duox thin t Ii between the belles sad beaux of this eclion I Dont forget that you can have the CourierJournal or Dispatch and fatHKIIAMI one year for only I 00 rash in advance and besides we will send you tho Farm Journal until the end of the IDOL t I Hud SwHtign of Stillwatpr and Curt j jI Rose of this place wont lo Nest Libcrlj Sunday spout the night watching at the bedside of Chap Swntigo and returned homo on MIIIIIIIIII Park till county hllImoved lo the Canoy side of the Uiii on the Ohio and Kentucky railroad where he is foreman at a salary of 7r Iper mouth Gen Stamper of the Stamper branch fell from his barn loft a week or ten days since mind sprained his right wrist so badly that he limos since been unable to use it Tho matter of till removal of the acad emy front this place to Mnrchcad was to be detenu tied by the National U W U M1 at IndianapolisI cll YIJohn Mt Rose minim Ova Swnngo left Yesterday afternoon fur Wosj Liberty to ittend the bedside of Chap Swnngo who is very ill Will lovedon representing till Power l iroeery Co Paris IKy Wain our towii1I Vednesdny interviewing our merchant IFlem Axliy of Millers crook JPatiol unity recently removed to Laurel in his comity Aimer Trout of Laurel recentlyre moved to llreathitt ejiiintv Copies of tills paper nlll Ill found on fill it the suit of our aiiiniliii oorriMiiniiil I nt 1CI O Siiraers IMS I Street N 1V Vnsliitiifton 1 P C OOOOOOOOOOCCOOOOOOCOOOOOOO o 8rnt11i J Fi U 1 btl11i1 II j J g Un go Food for intellectual Thought 0o- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCO 0 NI in MI VIP tot illicitly Milly null s I ItlillI iiis nily In lhi tuni Iordudl riiiimri nf Wiim the itriatritt aid I tilliiriiit lliinkiiitf Hiul the j brt t1l lor iulrlliurat ahouatt i + ball neaynyier nhulI iin tfrvtitit iiiit licK- lliiiMirtnut l l iliiicilI l IMUCS art iliiily JIItII lug more ioipitrlmit An iiitulllx ntinnlor statulittt mot the paint 11111 nation or a unat lioliiienl pnrtv I Noinciliiin Ito In desired iiinl it U tint dillyof every citizen to thor oughly inform liiiiistll upon the loiilui + tuple + of the day TIIK SKUtNEKKIY UltlTlltll i tn greatest amid beet of all iHlwsiHpers Its uliI tfraphlo Had ealile now r service carols thin rIany jitlier paper It prints tin urn fully out iniHiiiimtivi ooiMiiriiiees but dol l I IIlIlhClllillllllfntt I pIIIhIIf Is sore now inning formed nod the cHiKliilatcs I liretl rrrll Nun in lhi time to suhsirlhe l thu for I l It ittpiliiiin f kcciinir hi touch with the whole uorlil Tint SKMlViKlv Ur lit HrlI No Ier worthy of Httiiition Iis Tim UK iMiuH H Siniiliiy MnijHiiiM It Iis report ouch laser with the best of sn cial iitticlcs written lIv the best of literary talent Ilis liettHtiful fislflrtin illu tri tii ns IlIwllIln111I I wade it tWiiious Had their itinity and ipiaii tits will lie preserved New featuro nf uhsorliiin nil mIl 11111 art ill 111 rill 11 mid calHrueil upon III a milliner vnuHl to the liiitli priced iii tH7lnes IlIIISII ol current iiitermt rn sol forth in enter I luiuiiiK ktyle There Is huiior in Its pages too and fur the benefit of the ladies ihtIlatest Paris fashions are melt week exquis I itely illustratd1 and dacsrthodIRF Iti ItMiitcs Sunday Mnpulnc N standard The Milisoripflnii prim of Tun SKMI WKKKIY ItKifiiuo IsI 100 per year TIIK Kuirniif Sunday Mnpmlnv ll5 per year lloth papers are now hoiiiB tottered nt tinI- oW 0or nrico of 150 for one year To secure this low rate both unisl bo ordered and pnidi for at the satin time Address nil orders to TIm REPUBLIC St Louis Mo 1 tM SEND NO MONEY I1 out OrJ addoeudtnuland 09DRratthle OIADr DRD CASIMir BURDICK ttt9lMe MACHINE Irrnlrb4ruuabJeueuLa- U Yuu an naarnlnelutyuurnearndttrrtlhtdepot and tr ton4- ruffll1 uUoIresactl aartproantedequ Ito ullltII1I-a blAa aiaOU and lilt YOU nreaann nkauu ut pa Special Offer Price 1550 arfrrllat arnl out and frelj1M charged llachlnel weigh lwponniUandthefrtlgrht will PJ rmne7ic nu for etch Maiullri GIVE IT THZEE MONTHS TRIAL 11 G l your own home ant wowlll return junrllj j allT onryouare not K rr TIIOIHInutlnflafore buun511 for lhll UIWP nisi CIIxCT DlRUIC II thr rtnalet nlae tort offered by any hour gwARE OF IMITATIONSbhoeODlrml ttKintnUoirennfC ikMw a orNn under Tanuuinimri with oriiuli Oirruralt 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nronsu r every 0119 nn admiration o tan ertlrtJo dejlni y well 03 a patriotic prlie In the display of till greatest country ca earth la the C10etr6 1 cent Exposition the wtrld shell over Imowt J tdvttotI rxnasut Q beautiful design lover handle with polil howlIII which U cmrrovcil tlwArncicaa cd B costa of nnns each Spoon ponce in nest jtwelera Los O PNlllThe p We will itltirn money to nny psr m who is not fully cmtslieil Tint COUHIEH bo Mpage mncailnc for the home Stories Pnshlnn Came Il wt 1nrrri v yUfSTSa Home Mc licnl Dcixirttnent Cookery Kinbroiilcry end llnnic IWucalion Wt w a 500000 m robscriberj nnttwrnrr IP liiri ey sau mp3crii VK WANT A11ATH to rollcit subscription or Tii town CorRtn etnosrl lliJolt1on Sovenlr Npaun non Iremlunl tent s5cents far sickens r1ahiptag Outfit which include rsimpie hold RO to work for Uf IOU cam make fjxe t Confidential terms to Agent Send stnmps or rave Two cent stairp fcr 5111111 COPy HOME COURIER PUBLISHING CO De A Gln Building Cit wt1L 1 1 wo FOR SALE II a e- v1 rnmwi Near Hazel Green Iiiring to change my place of resi dunce I Otli r my form adjoining the town of Iliiycl Green at private satO for 1 IlimitedI i t 1111 L- r00 ACRESINearly nil of which Iis in a iuod stnteof eultivalion 100 sacs boin rich IK Hum laud Largo Two Story Dwelling with Ion rooms nil of which have jjust trpuir1tvn4aryootbuil1i g IMioro is a Good Onliard and a never fnilint well at the hou e In deed the Invit well in lI IIStern Kentucky The entire place is under fencing nearly now sued Vill he Sold at a TJMijrnin IFur furtherI information see or write to- W TSVAXiO Ilael Jrcen Ky nnCAVEATS TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS Scnil your hnslnrss llrort tn XVniihlucton- Kiivou tlmo roan lcss hater scrvlco- Mf oflr oleo to U B talent OSco ratE prtUmln rtutiACTUAL EXP KIC CC Book now to obUIn PaJllu etc ant tree Patens procard throajh E 0 Sirt n rerehe iptclal notlee wlthoat cliirft la th INVENTIVE AGEWuatraud monthITEInnth rrtnml Ili a Tar r L GitSinGERSLale 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III h1l17 41Lt4 I 412 jcllnIIitnldjW11 1111111 I Itlil l11I l ulIlJtOri xt0tiar CBII Ilan livrlx ciio trcnim itiJot f nr itrunrcptf r f r1 iM V inn ia lew I rlHllfI uxHf fraD k tot f nlli I lllPCrCr vtIIIT JI 1o11GUIII HI 1iutI + 111111- f f n I I IN lll1LliiI 1 x110 J lilli11nmlia111p1ltpli i 1 a I SIlihl n call 1Tril1l olnJ I for II IartJ I ae- ij KENNEDYS KERGAN W FOURTH STREET ii- Vt C CWIKNAI O I tfi r I Gifts for Five Million lad1 Tim Mont lleiniirkntilf o ITf r Fiver flit II y n ltrllnbla Ciiiirprn- IMitor IlAKt GKKUX HKUAIH- IMeiion d tI thnt for a Iltnit rtcrliugsilver IIntedtsnVarshellscholnrl j nnY four toe paturnwt 1 VX tr11ttp- u willItaly in the fiiitiil Stalls tvbn letter still lug that IllSi Ir hr1 ra01 tI1 sue of or soil yetlir gifts We will prolo- Pscud iiilist root toils from whi h l clecon lie iiiHile There is nothing to I8 Iis absolutegilt aoftr nlnkincthissensatidrolijeeo in Valley9a1 f Id litovtii sample of JJuiilter 14e ware into every home III the Inllil a4Terd Hvve it to be the most flWHve that we run lo V I will not send1ft e1 sugar shells to lists of mimes 1 expensive a gift to scud to persons wbohd ask for it Ihemslhps Therefore taeM will plcasu send Jicr own tome only rt0lone ton family and none to churl full dies plnaso write today giving ofticc address MFO CO e QUAKER VAIIKV Morgan and Harrison 8UChIc S 1