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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r l 1j f TliE HAZEL GREEN HERALD 11 Established March 4 1885 Mado Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll 22 u oc =l FIFTEENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 20 1000 NUMBER 48t = = == ======I BFKNCKH Owiuir anil JllIllIrThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in too Kentucky Mountains 0100 1Ell YEAR J I u 4 u Alunjr in Advance 1t I A Woman Only Knows what EttfTerltiff from falling of the F lrTjfularFfemlnlnoorfjarrU A man trny nytnpa thizo or pity hut lio can not know the ORonics bhtKoea through tho terrible BufTrTnp BO J iHnty tottn whlih robs her of bounty hope ami riapri ticsI Yet this buffering really is needless McELREES Vineoof C1r ul will banish it This medicine cures all female diseases quickly and permanently It docs away with humiliating physical exami nations The treatment may be taken at home There is not con tinual expense and trouble The eufferer is cured and stays ctirttt Wine of Cardui is becoming the Ieading romedy for all troubles of this class It costs but i from any druggistL c in cases requiring special directions address the II Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medicine Co l Chattanooga Tenn MRS C J VEST NrmhTllle Tonn wrl Ifhla wonderful medicine ought r girlsandH t i IE A KASH W II KAKII i 1 l KASH 117SIuI GREEN G atLaiv KY I of tin enmity nil 1- f jive special attention to collections 8 oM C JJ 1 mdtCit r n t WINCIIKSTJiK KY t V II WITHEKSIOON President 11 D HU TEn Cushier Paid up CnpitliT 20000000 Surplus i 5000000 This ink iilcis toll acrounts of mer chants farmers trailers IIIH business men Renenilly ttiruivliout Kavtern Kentucky nntl oilcri iits ru tnuers tvfry facility andr the nii Ii iil fins within the limits of estimate bunking octlSly J W CIVIAt WM L KAsi7 f GRAVEN 5 KASFH 01COlJltimes which xvin JC soi on the most rea i termsMrt Knsh will net as funeral direc 1 tor and furnish coilin and hearsn upon reo p flue t ttIJlidtinl the public patronage we are Tespeetfnlly etc CilYVKN KASH JKuleading of Eastern Kentucky OfRQ Beatlyville and Jackson COL R T JACOBS Pays HiolilyObserved Their fflorahlity SiuISnST LorisviMK KY fSiTxcnnf raiK 1 eneloe you one dollar in cur rncy to subscribe trt your paper for one year Kever mind the premium as I take till daily Courier and 1 take your paper only us an appreciation of an old comrade and as 1 am old 75 and in had health I will get you to stop it at end of yinr I receivodyour two papersI and in the first felt kindly for your re mark Jibuti i myself and J think very true That iis thnt my friends were tho privates alid subordinate Ottiltfl Of course I had some friends amount the other lihVcii especially I c irgo U Hill and some others AH you net to higher jiuvrn aintiitiiiii Ill int rfrn I he I I lieve deerved the kind feelings of till privates and Hiihordiniitc illicers I would not permit them to be cur ed or injured bv anyone and 1 IllItd to stand a r iiimi injury to tlui men by circumstances that I could not eon ttol If it had not been that 1 would liavo made some metis heads whirl with the way I would have disposed of them The good of the men made me keep quiet The men often would give me quiet encouragement which was of great value I did not however take my pen up to speak of myself hilt to thank you for your kind words I would ifavc written to you before hut I have been ill I was not well before but the wound for several years pained me which passed so closely to the heart that it is a wonder that it did not kill me at the time has given me great trouble for the lat few years aim will ultimately put an cndto me For the last eight days we have been fighting against heart failure I have enjoyed your miniscnccs of the old time That was Col Moore of the 27th Michigan who fought at Green river I do not know who that Major was that Iicuit brained It was not Major Tom Hullett as lie is htill living in this city We were neighbors for omo time I dill not rejoin till regiment un til the 14th of January ISGJt after Mor gan left the state The death of my first wife whom I had to bury in St Louis prevented me If it had not been for that I would have been I remember the Marrowbone light well as I received the retreating men I see some ass is saying that the mountain men are defendants of convicts sent from Knirlnnd Of course there art some bad men in the mountainsI as well ns elsewhere lint judging from the men of both parties that I met for chivalry of manner kind hospitality so briety and universal defense of the stranger I think it iis a pity there were not a few more men descended from con victs if they developed into Mich noble men as I found in my long rifle of five hundred miles I found local option everywhere and not a single drunken man until I got to the bltiegraw rcgior Lf course at my age and had health III have no political reason to take up their defense It is only what I sincerelyI Ibo iove just nnd right and is their due It looks like yours is a good country to move to as I FCO from your advertise ments that you have plenty of Hash MyI comrade I have been glad to hear from you it does my heart good Tilt old ninth was a glorious nuiiiiiit II love every one of them and I trimt and pray that we may Ill be reunited in that better land of pence and harmony and no more tears and bereavements Com rade vour Old Colonel UHIIAKPT TAftHi MiUiqerg Inn lat st QjJlIHl Snrinfi ulyiuu- I QfulPQl have just returned1 from Cincinnati where I purchased line of TRIMMED AND- UNTRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS c which are of the latest patterns and tip all The ladies of to date in respects I laze1 Green and vicinity are requested to call and examine my stock 0 DRESS MAKING In connection with my MIMJXKUY line of dre s trim STOUK I have a including shirt waists shirt Wl8tImings I etc etc and am prepared find goods make dresses in tho latest styles and I kinds of sewingdo all toI am prepared In both departments satisfaction and guarantee8ell vcry cheap in all cases 11 RS R N DAy Wo do all kinds of job work cheap =I LARGELY ATTENDED Strong SpoecUs at Lexington Sleeting Interest of Pure Politics An event of great moment in the afr firs of thltutl W1 tho meeting held1 on the 17th lift nt the nra limit Lexington for the purpose of protecting against the present political situation in Kentucky The iniluciuv of this Hirelt ing it is intended shall lit fell till over 1 1 prtliitiI0 Hon lolui V Yorkos of Danville Judge IU Morton the Kev James 1 I tarry C fcMiyder and others Mr1 YorkeV speech was the main one reviewing in very general terms the tit iinliii he wiid 101 have fullest conti lenre in the ulti maW triumph of this present reforma tion agitation in Kentucky in iutpiudy triumph citnlMftifv thxt tho variedI forces belt g brought into and cooperation nil working to one end1 the roelMinationof the state will over come nil opposition Study Home of lliese forces and their tttrtlI t- hFirto have in ICcntucky today an absolutely independent political1 ele ment forceful mid growing who e plat form iis composed of one plank hoiienty in eleclions honesty in the hiwmaking the law executing and till 1 IIII trlletill departments of state government lJ elections honest legislators honest ex ecutives and honest judges Second e have today Ithe women of the state aroused tn anonce if our Cull dition as never before and deiiiNiiding personal political legislative nnd judi cial purity in their husbands sons andIi brothers Itecall the old proverb Fur web begun God nend thread VonI women of Kentucky havo begun the weaving ofIt goodly web and God willj scud you a thread Third Tho clergymen of tilllIe nominations lire responding to a call to duty and action and joining with them iis the IHM element in every walk of IJI farmers mechanics professional men merchants gladly contributingt i their time thought and money to this work Fourth The leadership of our wtate press is daily demanding the overthrow of every form of lawlessness force andj fraud Louisville Iost For SmallPox Hclow is an extract from an exchange that is of general interest at this partic ular time The following prescription fur small pox is said to bo now generally used in Great liritian u give what is said about it by a resident of Liverpool I am willing to risk my reputation us public man iif the worst case of small pox cannot be ellectually cured in thrl lays simply by cream of tartar This is a sure and neverfailing remedy One ounce of cream of tartar dissolved in a pint of boiling water to bo drunk when cold at short intervals It can be takenj at any time and is a preventive 1Ii1 WIII known have tiuniiIi as a curative It is to a hundred thousand cases without a fail ure 1 myself have restored hundreds hy this means It never leaves a mark never causes blindness and always pre vents tedious lingering II Ill conciseness of wtalemenl in the thoroughness tfith which till ground has ln rnvered TTo Higglo Hooks have won prai es on every hand Tile boiled down common HCIIKI cream not nkim milk method which characterizes the loiirmil bus been car I M fi of tin Farm ried out in their preparation For me chanical eflecl no expend or pains have been spared nnd till highly finished I paper iho buauliful illiislrnlions the exeellunl typo and press work and the handsome doth binding make these books models of the prinlerH art color work in the Herry Poultry andI Cow Hooks has never been attempted be fore in any book selling for a reasonable price No farm or rural homo is com plete without ludge lilggleH Hooks andII no ono interested in thcse subjects canI afford lo let another day go by without sharing in the helpful things with which their pajrcs arc hlled 1ay JO for at farm library oilier than this and youI will not have more value The price iis llUbliiherl delphiu A Cure for SmallPox and Scarlet Fover Sulphate of 7illC one grain Digitalis ono grain sugar half toaspoonful i wilier two tablcHpoonsful Take ono tablespoon fill every hour Will euro Mnallpox andI scarlet fever in twelve hours at tinyij stage In addition rub cotton oil nnd tirturic ointment on brenut to prevent eruption on face Lynchburg XCWH Judge Lilly Dead ExCircuit JJudge Henry Clay Lilly wto liufftred n Mtroko of nrnlI ro- celltl diel Ht hill home lit Irvine April I Uth tlged I He waM the nther prlentntho W II Lilly of oII countr amI of the Hon B G Illly Richmond He was also a member of- the state senate from 1868 to 1872 TilE IlEHAU one year the Courier Journal one year and the Farm Journal for five years AH three for f100 =Tho friends of Dr J H Taulbco in this district aro very much lUconcerted Idelltlyn1 authentic that Pretender 1Ilpllcnrr the Kastern Asylum at Lexington i will appoint a brother of the of unsavory memory The genial doctor wanted this juicy plum wanted it with IlItIIfitdj pree that entitlesI him to tho of his host of friends who believed him that he hud the placeI nailed down 1Hud iiielK1 lived and become the gov ernor there Iis no doubt thnt Dr Tatil dhutI ofhisI1l1thllltanxious sent Ml Sterling Gazette IILUlIg Irritation iis tho forerun nor to consumption Dr Hells IinoTar Honey will euro It nnd tfiyo such strength to tho UUIJJH that n cough or n cold will not Kotllo thorn 25 at all good1 druggists Tho Farm Journal is unlike any other IllIlICklI takes live year subscriptions and gets the paper to its subscribers the full time if they are anywhere on this planet even if they move two or three limes if they die their heirs Jet it Now we are Jolll nllclii II1lIrll Journal nearly fi years of 1iMi ami nil of IIOlI I1HW HUM and1 1101 to every advanccpaying subscrib er new and old to Tin HiitAU This great oiler hid belter be accepted before It is witdrawn SlronoIdim vision mill I 0 clearI styt OH ro moved and granulated lids or Rom oyow of any kind npoodily and olloe- tually curod by the URO of Sutlior lands ICiigle lJyo Salvo Its put up in luhoi and sold on a guaran too by all good druggists Great opportunity oflercd to good reli able men Salary of 15 Ifr week nndI expenses for mini with rig to introduce our Poultry Mixlum ami Inwct Destroy er in tho country bend stamp Ameri 1rllil Mfg Co Terre IIlInuit Ind If An animal whichI hasl hcim killing cat ofIIJelitTKon nuiiily WitH lociited in n rlA killmlLIt provttl to In a largo wildcat FOUND j GOLD IJNB TVAS IIX JUS POULTRY YARD Man in Iowa Uses a Compound That Makoa Hii Hens Ly Double tho Uiiunl Number Summor nnd Winter Tho Socrot of III SUOCUM People in the neighborhood of Crcston Iowa lire amazed at the number of eggs that this man drives to market with When ftked whnt was the entice of his hens being HO prolific lie stated it was all in a cfrtuin com pound hu was using that kept IH hens in good condition and furnished them with the roper stlllluiul to egg production American Poultry IIIndcII i i by American Mfg Co Terro Haute I lid Kvery man in tho poultry business iis in lerestcd in tho health of his hens nndI their laying capacity In tho eggs lie his profits This mixture is guaranteed b increase the production of eggs 100 per cent or money refunded It will do moro than three times as much as Iho same amount of nny other compound It is concentrated in form and tho result of year of practical experience in the poultry business There is absolutely no doubt as lo what it will do awl you aro invited to try it at the expense InmpleI1 package you got your money back This iis fair find is made to induce practical poultry men to give it a trial Tt is also a miro preventive of such diaenws as iho terri ble cholera and roup which create ouchI havoc in nil purls of the country It nets directly on tho craw and gizzard andI a thoroughly scientific preparation Iill Tho manufacturers guarantee every package or refund purchase money Ift your druggist dont Boll American Poul try Mixture hes behind the ago In that caw order direct from American I Manufacturing Co Terro Haute Ind J 4 FOUR DOLLARS FOR ONE SI00rSOPa Week 200Monthly S400ithrcoifotofSiKNOKii COOPER Lexington and Eastern Railway 1Tlmo Tablo in Effect Oct 21 1899 T3AST BOUND No I Nil tiT 11O S Djilly c x 111 x tinnihiy Nninluy AMIyuI 11 M1 lve Lexington 7 la mil J 10 pm Avon s JO am I 35 pin 1111iI I I t I 11111L1111rI 1 1111II 5 lUllNlltl 1Ul1IIBIlItIvolUllIlIlIlglI InIncklfoll WEST BOUND 0Nil 1 STATIONS Dully ex No 3 tiunday Dally JlaokHim IIIlI nm 1 20 lintI I pinTalkpiI pm BIlttvr J 11111lIrrulII1111NIIIlIrltlJljiniDundeeput 1ilson 1111IpmClayI pmIndianI I pmhiUMiimiiiI 1 jnnfI 1 IIflll li 1111111 4IIfl1IIIoxllllotoll 10 15 nlll R 01 pm J U AltUJuiil Maiiauur C1H ROTI JllI IIIIN 4ucllt fOR SAlli art a mJJ w tJ J WJ t Near Hazel Green 00Desiring to change my place of resill- dence I Iol1r my farm ndjolniiig tho town of Jlliwl irten nt lrlmtu lulu for a limited li- mer200 ACRES Nearly till of which I HJ a good ntntoof ciiltivalion 100 nertwi luting rich bottom land Largo Two Story Dwelling with tOil rooms l1flf which hnvojuit been remodlid and put in good repair Two firslchiHs ntouk burns and all necc9 sary outbuildijs There is a Good Orchard nnd a never failing well nt tho house In deed the best well in Kaslern Kentucky Tim enliro place Is under fencing nearly new nnd Will bo Sold at a BargainFor further information KCC or wrlto to UTHWANOO JlnzeJ1 Green Ivy fTHE BEST Of 7KEM iILIPPINCOTTS j ContAlnn a coapleto novol In ovenr nom her In mldltlon ton Inruoiunntltyoi tuefuL uod cntcrtatnlnit rending matter INo eontlmina mtnrlta tehtch are KA objtctlonubl to tnott r ad r It should bo In every boasebold f K I icrlptlon t30O per year Agenu wanted In overy town to WMm the mOlt liberal InducemonU will be VIN jr B UPHHOOTT coitPAirr rimiiiuM HILADKLa tJOB FKINTIN0 HTM 1 HERALD JJIST tIo Ck 41 i AT r h r 9 f 4 THE MEIALD I e vSFEHOEB COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 20 1000 r + nnounCl8ffiEnT + I State anti district announcements 1000 each county niinuunconientH 500 No IUlIIouncelllcllt IIInde until the feo a paid KwO X Fur IiiilK Court of Appiiil To tho ItcptililirniiM of the Seventh Appellate District of Kentucky I ant a unnili date forJuilKO of the Court of Appeals from this District subject to your action flue lion November iOOO ltpitectfully ED C OltlAIi For CoiiRrmtH Tnnlli District arc aiithorlod Ito STAlWe A HOW AnD srA PJ It OfClI1II ptoll rolf county ni a candidate for Congress subject to the action of tho Democratic party anJLJttYJlDMorgan county as a eandiilati1 for Con riSH subject to action of the Dcmuvrulic party For County Tuiltffl authorLU1MO J WCONG LKTONnHu candidate lor the office of County JmlKO of Wolfe connlv subject to the action of the Democratic party anUUiuJJOI n candidate for the oflice of County Indue of Wolfe County Mibjict to the action of the j Democratic party For Slmrtnr are authorized to an LIlTDENWo DAVIDI I UI N n I7Nas a candldiiti for the olliee of llllllr I of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party are nntboried to SrIl1Ir1Pie IIIt I FHANK STAMlKUns iv candidate for the olliee of uliorin of Wolfe county mibjcet to the action of the Democratic party urn iuitln rieil to nti BUSrfot WILLIAM I IJ IHSH of Torrent as a candidate for the office of ShellH of Wollc County subject to notion of the Democratic party Fur County Attorney TTTTIQl Wu are authorized to an JD ULlJYQ nonnce C C KUIKS im a candidate for County Attorney of Wolle county subject to the action of the Demo oratio party For Jailer authorized to nn CO1Si113Snrt ISAAC COMBS MM i n candidate for Jailer of Wolfe county sub jest to the action of the Democratic party Ior County ionrl Clorlc mum 1 We are a u t ho r iiz c d to an I W H TlTTnonnco as n ran1 1didatefor reelection ax Clerk of till Wolfe County Court subject to the action of the j Democratic party TTHT T nT We are authorised to J J announce RICHMOND 1IOLLON an a candidate for lerhof the Wolfe county Court subject to the action of the Democratic party 1u For Assessor 9 nnrVPl n W IJ announce SIKNCKIl LUU1 OIA COOlHK as n candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic puny WTT CHAT We are authorized to 1111 fJIIOIIIICO HANK IllKS WILSON as a candidate for Assessor of 1lVnlfo county subject to the action of the Democratic party Ior County Sup rlntnno nt ir A CMT We ore authorized to an 1JYM1 nonnee MISS IHA KASH as n candidate for CountyI Superintendent of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party tolAUJjUliiliiI TAlLltll an a candlniile for County Su purlntendent of schools for Wolfe oountv subject to the action ol tho Democratic party p WITHOUT doubt every mini who is now seeking tho nomination for office in this county oxpocts to bo tho choson ono or ho would hardly have tho temerity to give tho idea thought or limo Well that con coded how can any ono who is thus Booking oflico consistently ro fuso to placo his announcomonl in- S his own county paper and that too u paper published in tho in loroBt of tho party ho is asking the patronage of nod published by ono of tho party who has never prac ticed tho artof scratching furth er than to mako n J I under thot roostor Onco tho nominoo TUB HKKAID becomes his nllie and ar dont spokesman and how ho cnnI refuse to givo it his support by placing nod paying for his an nouncement in its columns is n conundrum wo can not untangle f Those who expect Tun HKKAII H support after they are nominatedl should givo it their patronage it I seeking that nomination for by their works ye shall know thorn Gov TAYLOK lugs boon iindicted OfjJt i EDITORIAL BRIEFS Has Piladelphia raised SO00 or has it still 80000 o to raise o o Bobs wont to Africa to dic tate but ho remains to criticis and protest u o o The Porto Ricans translate liEI pluribus untim to moan businos is business o o o Secretary Long can certainly got tho vote of tho navy mutual ad miration sociotyo o o thlltlBritainl to try to defeat tho Boors o o o This will bo Dowoys second sum mol und everyone knows that sec ond summers are hard on babies and heroes o o o What is tho difference between Kansas City and Philadelphia One huts trolls to burn and the oth or hits no funds to burn o o o- Thereportthatlkyan is thinkitr of moving to Toxas must bo incor root as it is well known that his meditating on a move to Wash ington o o o If Adam had tried to run for tho presidency and had slipped up its ton to ono ho would havo blamed it on his wifo Thats mans nature o o o If Secretary Long runs for vice president ho will find out how bit torly the country resents his ef forts to disgrace Schloy in order to magnify Sampson o o o The British lion is too busy with the frontal harassment of Onm Paul to care much about NVobstir Davis exertions in twisting his caudal attachment o oo Now in London they have n now form of dueling which tho Times soriously declares iis too dangerous for common use This is a little bettor than the average witof Punch o a a Will the ropn bl leans rod uco t axes Wo trow not With IfUUUO000 to lend out without i interest amongst favored banks for ftho next year tho G O IP will never want for campaign funds o O n It is now asserted that tho Duke dAreos was tho only diplomat who was invited to tho Chicago Manila Day celebration If this proves true some one should Im punished for this inexcusable insult o o 0- Sonn torI I nnnu sdlc Inrn t ion that Dowoy should have announced his candidacy on April Fools Day will not appeal to the country which will resent tho coarseness of this slur upon a great man o o 0 Mr Addicks of Delaware has not yet boon interviewed on tthe Clark case but it is well known that ho thinks that when a man has paid down his hard cash for a sonatorship ho ought o to hmo itIo nIWo dont want to bo considered carping but wo would really like to bo informed how a man can bo uiltof treason or rebellion against a constitution which is ex pressly declared not to extend to him 0 0 Senator Platts resolutions that mho insurrection in tho Philippines had been overcome appeared in the newspapers silo by side with accounts of two desperate attacks made on our troops by tho over come insurgents o 0 0 Why doesnt the senate take a leaf out of tho book of tho house and resolve in favor of the direct election of representatives by tho people instead of by moans of con tost proceedings in which the dom iI ocrats invariably got tho wort of it- o o o o 1It is not only in regard to Porto Rico that President McKinley has changed front Ho once said that thorn would bo no backward stop hoIono I of conquest would bo criminal ag gossionbut ho is winging ono Irill Dowoy answer the query I to him in the name of tho democratic national committee supI Unless he does his name should not bo considered at all Com I neon honesty requires such a pledge from him- o o o limo republicans object to the word imperialism as applied to tho policy of the government to wards tho possessions But if it isnt imperialism what is itl limo essence of imporalism is tho gov ernment of subject peoples with out a voice in tholon control by aliens a o o Now that gold hits been found I in the Philippines it will ho im possible for tho United States to try to govern it as a crown colony without tho risk of having a war with Grunt Britain to sottlo tho I rights of her subjects thoro Your taxes are due and must be paid nuv So please call and settle ntul aiive trouble M I am compelled to collect II F PlKBATT D S 1t a paper maybe found on file 011 Mice of our Washington correspond I Lii IK n Sixers HIS F Street N W Washington III C a ITKE HARTFIELD Ileudgnnrlorlt Mc rllll K Ky BlllItISS- IT9CUCGENHEIMER Co LYNTlIUtUU VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods Notions nod 1 aiiey ioods Wo manufacture the H ell known It llIS ALi Pants and Overalls Hold your orders until you see hlut SIMKXG 1900 IreasPIonts Vines Ieen thing for Orchard Lawn and iarden Tin largest stock in Kentucky of Fruit anti Ornamental Trees Igrape vines Strawberry plant Asparagus Khiiliarl cud goods ordinarily found in such estalilixhincnt Oencral Nurscay nod Siraxvlitrry 2italii ULs to be had on ajipliua Bolt to 111 lIJIEXm YEn Tflcphunc il Luxington Ky 1UAXTKD SiiUAL IKUSOXS rot1 District Olliee Managers in this state to represent me in their own cud surround lug enmities Willing to pay yearly t00 payable weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities lleferenees cx changed Inelose selfaddressed stumped enveliit S A lAUK31OCaxtoii Build iiiK ChicaKo 26tiui OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth If not The Weekly En quirer wants to study the strides it has made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The re sult has been as follows Year Population Year Population 18107239881 1860 31443321 1820 9633822 1870 38558371 1830 12866020 1880 50155783 1840 17069453 1890 62622250 1850 23191876 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United Stags excluding recent acquisitions The result is usually announced in July of the census year TUB WKKKLY KNQUIUEK is anxious to engage all in a study of their country To this end itwill distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received of the population of the United States Census as follows To tho first nearest correct guess roceived3300000 Tothesownd 150000- To tho third 75000 To the fourth 50000 To tho flub 25000 To the sixth 20000 To the seventh 15000 To the next 10 mil 00 amcuntin ts 100000 To the next 60 each ftO amounting D 2500 00 I To the next 100 eachr5 aracuniingl 2500 00 Tothenextfi03tah fiG araocntinto 500000 To thQ next 1530 etch 5 aaoucting to 765000 I 21D7 cash presents amounting o 2500000 In case of a tic money equally die videdEvery guess on the above proposi tion must be accompanied by a years subscription to the WKKKLY ENQUIRKR You can guess as often as you careI to inclose subscription price to the WKEKUY ENQUIRER This contest will close a month be fore the result of the census will be known and officially certified by the Director of the United States Census at Washington D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUIRE including guess is only 100 a year Eleven copies and I eleven guesses for 1000 For full particulars sec WEEKLY ENQUIRER Sendall orders to ENQUIRER Co Cincinnati Ohio d THE LADING CLOTHING HOUSEH ENTUC V Louis Gus Straus LEXI 7Gc T T u NO ADVANCE IN PRICES NO ADVANCE IN PRICES 440000O Worth off Fine C1otIiil SAT THE OLD PRICES I IyouI Beautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful OIag WOIstaa Suits a000l Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful line of Boys and I Childrens Clothing We will save you 40 per cent Largest in the state When you come to Lexington make our store your headquartersr GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY ieMail Orders Tilled Promptly PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION YEAR And you want time news You also wa- ntt7Fditorials worth reading We make this Viiprcccdcnted oiler for the period of three months 4 You can secure The Morning Herald Of Lexington Ky the Great Paper of the Blue Grass The Kentucky Stock Farm- Of Lexington Ky the Leading Trotting Horse Puller of the Country and The Hazel Green Herald FOR ONE YEAR FOR ONLY SIXIN DOLLARSPrice of the Morning Herald alone 000 rt1VPricePrice of The hazel Green Herald alone 75 60 0AL FOR SIX DOLLARS 600 H F auto fiNI IIIreceived tilt finest lino and greatest variety of LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS SHOES over brought to tho mountains and having bought then before tho rocont rise in loather I am prepared to save my customers money on over purchase they make I want tho ladies especially to examine my stock For tho price I can show them a frontlace shoo that is ft worldbeator It is indeed a beauty and to tho touch makes ono foot that tho shoemaker got hold of tho kidglovo stock Respectfully JOHN M ROSE RESTORED MANHOOD tR9haroatreruedrfornervmuprotrathlanndnltnervu oRrMotr k rnnnThl t 1 qtboaonuratIruri- 1tontnl WorryanalvoluseorTulare rUalumiilttcl iJo WIn rtsumiulonanti uonlly lvlthoteryorderw 110 1 wr 1011 autcot cnroorrofuod thamonc f3ii tr4101 Crbo- x1or9iOO 1 uad 4J11 DU MOTX CI 11CaLUCev r ce9 0 rq- F emu L w e d P2iya a m f J tNi FHE HERALD p FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Doc 1003 Offer Nonrly 5 Years By speciall nrniMgoiupnt mad e with tIll publishors of th KAUMt JotKXvi wo iiro enabled to olio that DiipiT to ovory subscriber who yeapadsahead for only 100 both papers for tho prico of ours only our pa por one year anil the FAUM Joun KAL from now untill December 1903 nearly 5 yours Tho FAUMI JoiKNAiMS an old established pa per onjoying grout popularity one of the bolt and most useful farm papery published This otVor should ho accepted without ddl11Y- 0tl1datedU were plenty this week at Cnmpton Mr wild Mrs A P Dye are confined1 to their room of In grippe Kelson Niekell went to Campton on Tuesday morning to attend court MM John II Hue is on the sick list and was very ill Monday Visa Lulu M KuMiI has been in Camp ton several days this week on IMIMIIC K Mrs G 1 ICon1b8andIrsIr1honiI I I of lel are visiting tho family of Q C Daniel Little IVery wanc has the thanks o the editor and IIH butter J for a inev u- p1CI lout rlieiibarb A protracted meiliii vats begun at the Methodist church on Tuesday evening of this week Ova Kush and Misses1 Cora and LensI Qonibs of lath attended the basket sup per on Thursday night last The tfrirfQ jury on Monday itnli ted Dullard Itarker fur the murder of his wife a fiw weeks since Horn to the wife of Charley Freneh nee Mallic Inoue nf Lexington on tilt 21st hut a hoIL y Foster The tupii for the sermon at the Chris thin elinreh at 7r p m Sunday is True lIi riple4 of Christ Win IL Lord will preach at the Frank Joliiirion school gains on the afternoon of the second Sunday iin May Win IL Cord will preach at the Old Grassy ehureh on Sunday at HMO a in Subject The Money Question Taylor Caskey iis improving tho property recently purchased of n S3udsey by building a picket fence all around it irS hire Wheeler of tin Iunoroy ton iieiirhbiiilumil is quito ill nnd her old age 7 slur renders her condition serioulycritical h Mrs Ellen 1ieratt is visiting ber sun Morton mi the MnrpbyI lurk and lWill tbcr1 vil visiti her motheriii law Mrl Dulrina fPieratt near Muvtuwn Uichurd Clark from aearJudyI Mont gomery county is a guest at Swango drinkingbwaulgo Do not forget the ollering for Home Missions at the Christian church on the first Sunday in May Every disciple of our Lord should have a part in this good YOrk lie suro and rend the adv of John If Rose who advertises in this issue his household and kitchen furniture shop tools a horse and cow etc etc for wile at private contract Mn F N Oiy has an nil on tho first page of this paper which tells of the now millinery stock she has just opened and in which she invites the ladies to call and see her stock Town Marshal 1ieratt corralled few cows tilt other day tenting to impound them when he was attacked by three or four ladies and had to surrender We see where he was right Mrs Terlina ILittle wife of Ceo iit- Suudnytie of Jillinoio creek died on night at 10 oclock of fever aged about 65 years The burial took place on Tues nay uear the residence IIrricllhome1 ter than they did when they left here lllliclltlthatI I l tnorulugIrslanlbeesfatherummoned to attend his bedside neighborhood tohisIrsNickellwiled to see him Monday to perform an operation Later Died on tho 2Hli The lunch basket entertainment which 1 IRS held at tho academy last Thursday n was well attended and some of- tteI young men paid ns high ns 300 for o of eating with one of the felt damsels CllrIbrfois Tho Morning Herald of toni The Kentucky Stock harm and a Hazel Green lilatALD- t I Blcknell firtoti c machine shop Thebuilding will bo aneverythingoperatiosoonl3erea Tho nHItowitborfIW theitRusre onof0 IsISii- r any less n favor ite No milldthlli a vacuum by their departure or be so universally missed In point of good citizenship they will adorn told 1 rununununtHIOIlCOI new home Madison county may rejoice while Wolfe bows whoknoweaumending nttheirJ1llIk I antievery I teatbyOne night last week probably Wed nesday Berry and James Hurton called WhitlOllkcounty n e after being admitted Berry Hurton askfug about his sister Brown replied that he whereuponJim I up say ing theresI theI maleI ail priug ofn dog I t BrowbutthelaUerhilBoI house Mclvco Brown satfitateUed caliberfthatdeathdnfBerry gottlitlaphotographerstI were delivering pictures hero the latter part of the week haying made the neg mOllgtlw IInllIcountry gents congregated a picture of the academyl building with the teachers and pupils and a scene of the town The general verdict passed upon their work was that it is good uttdus cheap as the saute class of work is ever sold at They will be here tho first Friday and Satur havephotographsthat lime J A Mr Dorling a subcontractor on that section of tho Ohio and Kentucky railroad between Lee City and Caney now under construction threw up Iris contract last week after blowing in all the cash assets he had about 800 nod abandoned the work It appears that in tho contract final payment shall not bo made until the roadbed is inspected and received JHe had not the means to hang on until that undefined day and date and hence quit l t0 Siggers Patent Lawyer WlillhI ington IP C reports the following Ipat rats gruntedI to inventors in IKentucky lie will mail espy specification and drawings of any patent for 10 cents in stamps A Con way Louisville seed lId fertilizer dropper N frny Louisville carstep I MI1 Leuget Mt Sterling vehicle wheel J11iyers Louisville hoof plate for horseshoes t N Owens Somerset fastening for folding bedsteads J G Smith Covington journal lu1ri eating boxi A J Whgcldon Small ele valor carrier Capt Hroas manager of the Ohio AndII Kentucky railroad was taken ill the first of last week and John Higgina colored came down from Lee City Kt a hack of f11F leant and removed Mr Hroas to Jackson He was so feeble that he hat to be hauled on n cot and John Higgins says that he has fever and withI it n terrible cough lie was left at the i Palace lintel where he will remain until ho gets HO he can be removed to his homo iin New York John Cox and Harvo Stidham of the Cox Mill neighborhood each boast of the possession of a black bull calf born Saturday night nut as near alike as the proverbial hlnck eyed mssboth black ns crows and the result is sure to prove a cast of Sol your price nod Ill glee or take Frank 1ierntt of Maytown was hero yesterday to get wine medicine for his wife who is dangerously ill Indeed Dr Sevedon her physician says there is but small hopes for her She wasI taken with bronchitis which nnbac qnonlly developed into consumption Agents on salary l1500 per week 111111 expenses the greatest agent seller ever erLaysl ference Address with ttamp AUllrltHl Mfg Co Terro I haute Ind The limn of nil ivlni Kill rllllt1 forrnl IIKKAUI Jllrlh d UI now out and J Ihryit rewprrttn115urgrd 1 duce orland Inhu n uu to taro III once lTtrlcrnlywdab Tutu wllh I Iii Inrw1aurlerduuyuret Itorry1JlIJtU1I1I A Sunday school was organized at Sandficld church lust Sunday with about 30 scholars J L Honakerii the super intPiident Henry stamper is the Bible tencbor and Catron iii Indy teacher of the I3k61ocns while Arbury Swango teaches the juveniles I M C Kasha M D will bo the Day Houpo the last of this week ready to answer calls at all hours UlbtFamous in the Story of Jonathan and- I VOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY Widely Circulated andd rMost Quoted meeting of Democratic County Committee Pursuant to n call by tho chairman of the democratic committee of Wnlfo county tar the purpose of considering time manner etc for holding a primary I or convention for tho purpose of iiouil tinting candidates for the various offices to be voted fur at the November election IiOl met at Hnrel Cireen Ky April S 11100 at 4 oclock p III the follow inn committetmen were present JI I R Carroll precinct No I John M Kose No JI H Stamper No ai Jus Hunks No Ii Joel Gevedon Nu Ii John H Swaiiguho 7i S H Allen No S- It was ordered by committee that n primary election be held and that Juno S liion I tii ilnv and time for h0ldiu I Judge Amos Davis coatis I districtgtllldclllllcrntic party Judge Davis has always been tow auunlgdemocratsforces to victory Two terms elected county judge and two terms fherillof his county and is now one of the com mercial tourists doing a prosperous busiI ness Jndgo Davis expects tho nomina tion and 111 this event would lead the victoryIt nays I have been a voter for more than forty years and always without any scratch or even liikowarmness have + Mipported tho ticket Jin that old fashoned way of getting out nod slinking the bushes The image is getting right down to his work tluIcadMt l iicxcAlUN 1 KY April Jti IJtOO- KIUTOU IlhnA11It would probably be of some interest so the readers of Tni HKIIAIII to know something of the vast timber region which lays north of the IL K K U near Natural Bridge To one who has never beers here it would ecru strange to travel for several milts front Natural Bridge without finding even an hero of cleared laud but that is the cusp hereA narrow gung railroad is now under construction having already penetrated the VHHt timber region fur more thou three miles It is operated bv II lumber Iayisbeing taken out by n nmall train which movea over tho hills sad ravines aunt 11111111relltlcan move across the prairies of Indiana 1 and Illinoisi This section affords some of the grand est scenery that cart be found in Eastern Kentucky Clint two hundred feet hiJ1Ic can be found on nearly every branch and underground streams that never fail are in vast number The sound of the ax and saw and the whistle of the iiron horse has been substituted for the hoot yearsfroththey cant be heard Respectfully e 1 KIMY KAMI MM Hilda Day lias opened her stock tad already mado several good sales among wbicb a nice silk waist to Ml Nettie Wheeler Her line of notions is rtJ hiuilsuwo and slay iis selling at re ed markably low pride 100000 To Bo Given Away 1orni us many Kn Huli words as you enn using oulv the fetters eonlalneil in the text i VAUD DKlCi COMPANY for example In on rag canilv woman rte 1xc no letter in word more times than it appears in Ward 1 rug Company Pont use plurals or names of persons or places Two hundred dollars in gold hill1r Riven IIn the person Im mini the the laigtt tint ofl tnrIIts ail Ib given fur the secoinl liirt st list far llir third largctt list giro for the loiirth and for each of tIll 1th fill and 7th largest liar Dud iOO will he divided among the person bright enough to form 20 words or mort who do not win lilt leading cash prize Complete lint of prices and lull parMcnhirx of the contest Iii1r soul promptly to nM ii contestants This is a legitimate oiler made I by an honorable eomiHny and should nil be elussud with eiitehprnnv nlliiii If v are any good at wonl making you art lIftII of n reward that will pity you many linn iI over Everyone fur your lrullhltII lance nukes no dillerenee It iis iII1 i to make every contestant n pirmiiient ciss tower Vriteyour II II lilt unit i lil lon your list sad numher words mole its I 112 twocent htnnip or Y1 rents siUtr I fr a package of Wards Irio Iills which iin just the medicine every family needs at this iiiisouof the yearIsk your dniKgit iibniit them Contest tows July 11th tHOU In cnse of a tie lor nny prize the mimey will lie equally divided between Mieh titI Icar testHiits Mail your list at earliest possible moment Some one is Kolni to Jt this prize money fortune may now lit knocking lit your Ior Our object Is to tank oUr tinmen hovMhoM word in every hoot Satisfaction positively LUitranlvtd or money eheerfullv refund l fur ihe UHklnp Address WAIM DIUO CO 30 and M Mast 1 Ith Street New York Candidate Stamp A II Stamper of Camptoj Kentucky registered at the LelandTlinhdiiy night Mr Stamper recently announced himself for from thens n candidate congress tenth congressional district The fight for the nomination iyi tlmtdUtrict prom isea to be a hot one mull Mr Htampct feels confident that be will win the will of tho people Lexington Herald 20thc At Salem on the third Sunday in May Wm II Cord will preach in tho Intercut w of Homo Missions I nicely111uudriodshirtscollars should cull on Robert Cord ngont lrrtlwtlmtof nny Ilaundry in the stuto tfj IfICancy who purchased the small portable Tuesdayandnut Grove in Morgan county lumpbunchor any like ailment go to John M l Kose and Hot u bottle of QuinnH Ointment which will re move the obstacle tf This office this week printed bills nd verlioing Dutch Gold Dust jr a linol IIIIiltjudghits thg1 to speak nt their annual convention to ho held in iMriiitnluld May 2lHh June 1st He will speak ulllOur Mountain Mission Dont forget that you cats have the I r CourierJournalI 1 Dispatch and TillI I HIUAU one year for only 100 cash in advance and besides wo will send you the Farm Journal until the end of the IllOl Kemembcr tilt debates at the academy chapel on Friday night There will be two One between young nun i till other between young women Tom Mayne representing the Hall WnrfitUI drug company Ironton Ohio was in town Tuesday and a guest of that Day Mouse Itollin 1 hash on Tuesday bought of A JI Scott M or IT walnut logs for which be pain Sift per 1000 feet J 1 OIl S JJII Having decided to remove from Hazel Green Iwill sellall of my Si IIII htlj1 j I I PLATIvS TIKK SHKINKKIUS BEN DKHS DRILL etc etc too iiiincroiis to mcntitiii in detail ka Tbin illl good clmncu for some enterprisini man to buy t my entire interest in the lira of HOsfJ IA1ISandI reap the reward of my labor in building up the trade the firm now enjoys Hut unless I got an infer at once the tools etc will bo sold in quan titles to suit In tho shop illll largo lot of blacksmith sad waconinakers Mlle rial suds as iron IItcII11I11tH cOasoned j j lumber etc to bo disposed of in the same AI WIIIKITUIII3Nl FUKN1TUKK will bo sold j in quantities to suit jiurchaserH and tllll earlv callers will get iiargalns A lior lIharness two saddled muda good milk I I will be IulilIttA GROUNDHOG CASE tares me in the face and as IillsoonI j eater Hnel Green it is absolutelyI nccc snry that I collect every debt dm mi iII and I recjiicst nilwilt are owing met Iome tora art mudtittle up nl once Those foiling to do mi may have to paw costs of collection as I must and will have my money lilt old man you ftImember tried to coax time goy out of the apple tree and failing in that hrIIIIrL to rocks I hops I wont hose to throw any Respectfully JOIN II ROSE lUAXTKI KKVKIIAI IKltSONs talc Dinlriet Olliee Managers in this htiile represent lilt III their IIln mud surnuunl luj counties Villlnn In pay yearly 000 1I11wlihehnniied Kuclosc Kll itddrc vcd st5ml ivibeI S A PAKK HOCaxlonI Hull XII I lug l hilIgu 26iln aleUi u HOFFMAN SON MANAGERS MT STERLING I I SELECTED BYTIE US GOVERNMENT FoR USE IibJl ALL Trie NVL HOSPITALS AND qLLTI1EI MgRIESOFT E COIIFITRY 3 DISTI LLED BYe JWM CULl H- OWEWSBORO tKENTUCKY IO 92i7 iJJf fHazels Green Academy fifo Tho lourth tarot of tho L- flfe present HOswion will login M on Monday April 2nd as IOOO All opportunity I will bi tfivon to prupunt for ww t hlllXlIlIl llllt lOllS fOltllllh h ttrtjfieitlos i 1lIlhll expect to IIl1 exnin IllI tier rrrlififulo hlalll enroll and take the Teiiilierh Hu v tourxe t WMII CORD Principal tf fo + V tJ 1 GIVES SlIffiTH 1 r 1 AND II 30 tys JeaItotuffrnorinod Unit you will ifluilly IHIJT tar lliuumof It Totuen litjIluttIrctrlcltynixiri ciirrmit pub llfn nnil forco Into wlmtntrr It WNuwTnwtwerFiltly nolIiaaylkdlty V8I i luituitoiilulit hunt frut In iiUIn noultnl vnTi luia I InwectorIIUII i y c ti c J CAVEATS TRADE MARKS COPYRICHTS AND DESIGNS tendour buulnouedlnrl tiptlnsldngton nave time riiii li n linttur arrvfco- UT one close to U C f Unt Offlt FREE prillaU arr uamlaatlon mad Mtri In not dn uill pUtII i u4 rcnxONALATTCIITtONOIVCNKYCAU ACTUAL IIXrCRICNCG Hook How to etUlo PlUnU tk teat nn raloll procord throllarh C U ILm Kin ipiclkl notice without cl rt la ha i INVENTIVE ACElUaiUaUd mouthy tlrnth fhrlll1t Par E Girw Late BIFNOTONNw D iii W Co C WWWWWWVk Hub crlltloll prlco or tlm JATiiNT Racoon ftW jiernuuuiu Humpies lU MJMIIJ IMIIINl Zwc Lmtrlr5rS21wio lak = or011 J1iYmEYELaSEE Mil J1 c ass Hickory Grove Fnrin of JuyKyeHwei Itiicliu Will nosh lux Vr ivn mood 1 n moved u lliiiich O 7t11 yenm Kluinllii Iofyally with tlireu iijijilUutloiiH rIsle tbo liet repnrntlon of I heartily He hart liunilrnli lrlroSIJlllr Piirluiuc Jltr Auk your lriiKil t font 1f ho taw nut krrplt flu- wlil rend ptipiit on rwiiipt fir pruo AiMriwi W ii JSDDV ct CO Whitehall N rOZY2S zmz3 Z1ZS2Sf3 1SZSi 4t3ZSf9Z42t umzmzzm A KY YI60H 1I Trial I IIfor1 free homuI Quinns Ointmentl W H PIEEfliTT SOUCITOlt i iJIAXKL GREEN KY HOFFMANPTERATTr ira11 e + Aenc- IO I f 17 FTHE COMPANIES KISPRBSKNTEDT- LonnH I negotiated nnd all business of tho mountains solicited OF EVERY DISOUIIYfJ NEATLY CHEAPLY NIIPROMPTLY EXECUTED 111IS Ulhlal AND 8AllfjF AUJ1CN UAltANlEED IN ALLOAaF I J I j i f j j Tile Eminent Kidney I f and Bladder Specialist I i Ts Dlicorertr el SwaapRoet at Wuk ia I KU L1 ttorII eres a dieIs I country most dangerous because as decep 1 five Many sudden deaths are caused by If Jit useaa pr moria heart failure l 711Qlye711 I I break dwn and waste away ci by 1CSII Then the richnen of the bloodthe albumen i BriehtaCjCr Kilmers SwampRoot the new cia csc U the true pecific fcr kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands it I of Apparently hopeless cars after sl other effr have failed At druggists Sn fiftycent and ijllar sizes A sample boMe sent free SwampRootft I Dr Kilmer dC Co Binghamton N Y and mention this paper COU XT YNIWS NOTES 0Al 1lYir0 tnMuro IuhALL currtM pMidence moat be Iin thin office by Monday night of Nth weep and that nearby oa Monday morning Our correjMiadeata are derelict in duty and we want to MJ that henceforth tiles 4triil not rive paper except fur the- mm Tree they hare newt letter Wtt art dopoJttloMt uponI them for the uor and I when they fail toeat in tluir fuvur tltcy put U3 to great inconreoience f 3UXKY SIDE Fibbing seeinwi to be the principal oc LIuitSoturdnv nreruoong I II E Oncy attended Snniiay school and church at lland Green umiuy I uprtoI mttbur Uncle ItantH ami lust Darkey Hrvok pHHit StiDdwith their son let Brooks neighborhootIn a private letter to this place from t Gallic Oiiey of hick ou uu that Abe isi getting along real well Iu her echall work Site pooh in the liirhent term of liar pnfe+ or and teachers My that 1theycertainly know how to makoi a stranger feel ut Ionic Scott IIacy called on KiwarU Oner l Friduy fast They are abottt the fame agr unit thtrfr jvarenH being near ncighlvirs + 1 eariyehtliihonddnya1 pleasant recollection of the past and traced their Hot school hftckl to the time that the lbit ViJi Siiiii andl lula Kltb taught our publics I ooh cornrI 1 1rNickell1 Cirecn spent the day Friday with Mrs1 Ida Johnson it Iwing her birthday She s had prepared an elegant dinner tor the occasion She rcceircdseveral nice present Mrs John ion iis H dear good + woman nnd u18yshe have many more birthday+ and each one be happier than 4 the othor iiw the wihoClur many friends I l i Ye scribe acompaniel this Mzzie ctUayhomeliberty called on our oJ school mates Mle Kathleen nod Florauc McCiuire and from there wo went to tae Jaaics dear old prnndum Henry about tlree lucks beyond West Liberty It watt touehugto Itt how the kind old face lit up at the sight of her devotedl graudattgh tar whom she hail not seen for a lout time We returned tl Mr Henrys late that afternoon Mr Henry is t woMto countrylol11Utune with thoo good teople woulu be Nittiog it lightly We came home Sun lay evening feeling that we were well tripAhril PrwilJ SfXBIUM SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS The oornplnntor gives music for the farmer now- Alonii Crnft of Salem was with hs Nirenu Saturday Charley Dale of Mt Sterling was a guest of the Springs part of1at week Miss Jose U6t of Salem iili now with Harrison Svaugo and wife fcr a while Did Misses Callie Tnullet and Nellie Evaoscoll at the Spring on Sunday Somo of the young Indies and tarn of hazel Ureeu seeined to lie enjoying horse back riding out this way Sunday Miss Myrtle Jackson who has been living with Undo Uarrv Swango for several years left Tuesday for her rein Lives in Ucnilec count Richard Clark and sister who have been with us for some time left Sunday t I for their homes At Mt Sterling They seemed to be greatly benefited by the use of the water and contemplate coming again in JuneI April 24 Uso eta vx U a IGILLMORE GLEANINGS gone to Jackson with his wagon T E Calhoun of Quicksand Iis visiting the family of J II Vest Curt Spencer has a very sore hand from being bruised by chopping The click of the corn planter iis now heardon the bill sides in this vicinity iJiMrs Um Little is very low with ftrrI- IIIII expected to live Later DM I lieday night J M Ely has moved his steam milt I from Ijniclcsand back to the old suuid CL this place and is now putting her together I we a new correspondent just loomed up from the Sunny idwbo seess somewhat offended at Uncle Kemus bt iMiimj he pjie of Brother WiUon roe nlrg against Brother Gaper for afriaof and thinks preachers should not engage in politics 1 did nut know there wan any politic in a county otHce I dool want in throw any stigma on Bro Cooper por plnct a laurel from his brow and leave the matter with he and Bro WI1 son Hut the trick about it is who i I Susie Sunbeam From the euutlui the nm1 will give you the title ty HH Su ie Sunbeam and will suggest that you jest it down in your pluh I seat rocking chair lean back and ruck rourwlf lolaby on the Sunny Side and rate the matter with Bros toper and Witaon to settle says April 21I UXCLB REMIS I TOLIVER TOPICS Curti Swanfo toOt dinner with Bruce Bowling undaytt ilis Ave Swaugo spent from Friday I tilt Sunder with her uncle A13ndull tlugCthCleSaturday and Sunday Tom Sexton of Maytown stayedalll night with ilrs O V McNabb one night last week Come again Tom Harry IVrkins arid sisteri Kmnia paid A B swiuigo a pleasant viit Snturday and Sunday While there Mi KIIIIIIH gave them some nice uuiic- O W McNabbI his jjust rinihel a new fence of about 100 uinel on the farm he recently purchased front Mrs Bottle Hose till Clnrs branch Mrs1 0 W McNabb made a Hying trip to Hnzol Green Saturday While there culled to gee Mrs W T McNubb and also paid Mrs Nannie Cravens a pleas ant call- Ilieoldestson of John Hurst met wjth a very severe accident Sunday morning whilV cutting down a tree in onU r to get a squirrel which he had spied in the tops Not paying attention to what he- IIS doing the tree knocked hits down and it is thought his leg wis broken Harry Perkins passed through here tut week en route for Clfty supposed lo be canvassing fur sberill The general uppoMtion of the people isi that lit wns 4 candidate fur matrimony It wouldnt surprise the writer to hear of JlissI i Carrie Swangn casting ballot iu vase of M tie in regard to the election in the heritl race and matrimouia April 21 SrRiBKMOX MORCAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT Corn planting iis the order of the day Iit Bonnie Civil attendel church on the Murphy fork Sunday Hen Chester if Montgomery i pond ing a few days in our midst this week I A J Blankenship and family visitedi I 1 M1 LeeI and wife Saturday night ami Sunday Willie Teterman of Grassy Lick was the guest of Miss Minute Wallace Sun dayThere will be church at Consolation Saturday and Sunday All are invited M attfndII Why I Volney never comes back on this side of the hill anymore Can some one tell The drake was stepping as high as a blind horse in n rye field Sunday but says Ii9 wouldnt marry xt all John Bise hada shrubbing on last Saturday and the girls spread dinner on the ground John means to marry no how llisa Comic Hie hid for her guest Sunday Misses Mary Tyler and MyrtieI illi pie and Ligo Blankenship and Urn I Chester All report an enjoyable time We incidentally learn that Mini Julian l Cecil was on Sunday last murrietl to MrI TarkMHi of Licking river and aII for that place Monday Ve scribe wishen them much joy and thinks they ought to have a copy of the dear old llrlt A 10 in their hone Ben Chester went home with a Hoosier girl but we learn he did not open the gate as it wes a new patent and of course slit had to open it but says she would rather open all the gates than not be with him IBen says ht iIlICO through tho lfield hereafter Ion t blame you lien1pri12 KIXNMM MAYTOWN MISSIVES Mrs E B Boman isi ou the sick list Miss Lorena Ingrain iis very ill at PITS cut The family of Mr Weeks are all quite ick Miss Anna Hylton WM yisiting in town Monday Charlie Sample has returned from Mt Sterling court Mrs Lena Picratt continues very low at her home near town Mrs Lillie Childers nnd Miss Annn Lacy of Maytown were visiting in Ezel Saturday r just opened the l1itiryrJcisaJLaA jtn dr7abS1fJ J w Wa StoRibbon etc ever seen in Hazell Green0Aio ailne of Gents TEW HAT tIECJ TfES Ypetct- Stnj beauty rrU cite 11JwrEt tea rirp lt7 Jr L r 11 0 r Frank tUIIof Stillwater incased through town Sunday Uncle lull awho lha lbeen con tined to hi sick bed iis out again Miss Lillie Oakley rrturneii last week from the feeble minded institute Mr and Mrs Silas Pierntt were visiting i their daughter Mrs Doyl Nickell SundayCharlie Lvnns of Frenchburg wes visiting in town Sunday We think from all reports he will he back again soon Mrsl athllid little daughter of Po111 ecoy ton were visitingI lher aunt Mrs Wills of town and friends at Tol iver Mrs Louis Hylton was vistingi relatives in town Thursday last accompanied by her little ton talkie As Mr Hylton iis a merchant of our town Master Jakie thinks he will be lmc c soon to mid his papa in handling candy crackers etc as his success was so great before April 21 RKX BREATHITT COUNTY JACKSON JINGLES Mrs hart Tyler has been very sick Mrs Rupert Sally remains ijtite ill MrsI Dr J M hash has been on the sick lit Fishing at 4 oclock a m iis now tilt order of the day J F Ka h and wife are very proud of tbvir prtty littleI iluughter Mrs J H Wain has been quite sick for the past two weeks J Bruce Little null wife recently moved into the house vacated by Rev 1 M Little Dr IL II Blanton was here the past chapelSundaylay Cos millat this place made nit a rd1 i t neck by sawing about 11 I fet in on iny- HV T t Hubert on lust Tuesday night doliveriHl an iutrrt till lecture on Home Sweet Home at College chapel Monroe Waliiu closedout his photo graph jjnllery here Saturday prop ratory to going ti Hazel preen mind other Points on a visit andl busiayss April i4 IxiXKvixr The Eafllft King of All Birds is noted fr its keen sighti char and distinct vision o are thus persons who use Sutherlnmis Kng Eye Salvo for weak oyos styos grmulntcdlidsI t If you wants l the news 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