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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i 1 fTtlE HAZEL GREEN HERALD u F z 0 EstabUshedMarch4lS85 ORolltI It1tf YEARFIFTEENTH HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 3 1900 NUMBER 47 1 P Oil 1SIJ Owner scrn nml COOII nTheOldest Mostt PopularI MostI WidelyI I CirculatedI t and MostI Quotedt Paper iIn the KentuckyI M DunIai nsh1Jin TEAR AtUfttte H r C i MilliiieiyC i T6 Latest Spring Stiles have just returnedl from Cincinnati I purchased a line of 1 1II r t DIEL AND- UNTRIMMED HATS IIHAT TRIMMINGS cL I which are of the latest patterns and up todate In all respect The ladies of Haxel1 Green and vicinity are requested 1 it ttoi call and examine my stock r 0 r DRESS WAKING 11- In connection with my MILLINERY i STORE I have a line of dress trim f mlns including shirt waists shirt watt goad etc etc and am prepared to tit and tike dresses in the latest styles and do all kinds of sowing I In both departments I am prepared to sell very cutup and guarantee satisfac don in all cases tH5 R s DAYf it t IKEI HARTFIELD llvniliiunrtrr Mt Merllnp Ky KKIKPS- KSTSCUCCENHEIMER Co t LYNCH HI KG VA r Importers and robbers of Dry Goods No- ltlt tions and Fanev Goods Wo manufacture the well knuV UK ATS ALL lant itml Overalls Hold your orders until you see him i caooM+oooaoopooooocoeoooo or R A KASH W II FASH ftJI KASH HAZEL lCASHII in courts of Itrrnctice attention to collections I ppePOd40000d0000000000000000010ft WINCHESTER KY H WITHERSPOOX President k rN B D hilSTERCashie- rPaid up Capital 20000000 Ii Surplus 0000000 This Rank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eastern Kentucky nnd offers its customers every facility and J the egitimatebaukpngoctlSly most liberal terms within the limits of to tiJ W CKAVKX VM L KASH CRAVEN RASHf TI 11 n 1 We have n nice hearse and a full stock all COFFINS and CASKBTS on round at times which will he sold on the most rea sonable terms Mr Willie Rash will act as funeral direc tor null furnish coflin and hearsa upon re questSoliciting the public patronaue we are respectfully etc CUWES t KASH w 3s ItYONjJR Leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices Bcattyvllle and Jackson i i I To Agnlnaldo Filipino II I doI 1I 5oathingI become a citizen o this grand country oftr our s There isnt a thing else like iit1t under the sun Yon ought to end a del l laudfi IUldIII I l ant I millionnirsthieves libertines rod liars christains I III and chain gangs politicians and poverty schools and prisons scalawag trusts I and tramps virtue mid vice A land where we leave men in congress I who have three wives and a rut in tit WhlrtlrollIeI wives when thle a young one they want Where yotine men ruin a girl old cut her head till Where we make tudogna sausage of dogs and caroled beet ofrick cows mules and horses and corps of people who eat it Where we put men in jail for not having means job support and on a rock pile if he hasnt tlfII Where we have a congress of 100 men to make laws anda supreme court of nine men to set theta aside Where good whisky makes had men and had men male good whisky Where news papers are paid for suppressing the truth and made rich for telling a lie Where professors draw their convictions and salaries front the same source Wher preachers are paid 1000 to 2iHio HI year to dodge satan and tickle the ear of the wealthy Where business consists in getting property in any way that wont land you in ttie penitentiary Where trusts hold you up and reverts hold you down Where men vote for what they do not want for fear they get what I they want by voting for it Wherejuten vote for a thing one tlnnd swear about it the other 8tt days in the year Where we have prayer on the floor of the na tional capitol and whisky in the base meat Where we spend ItltJon to bury a congressman and I10 to put away a poor matt Where the government pays the army oliicers widov 11x11 and a poor private who faced the shell H4 with h insinu ition that he iis a government pauper and a burden because he lives Where to be virtuous is to be lonesome and to be honest is to be a crank Where we sit on the safety of conscience and pull open wide the throttle of energy Where gold is worshipped and God iis used as a wane basket for our better thoughts and good resolution Where wa pay ft15 for a dug and 15 cent a dozen to a poor woman for tanking shirts Where we teach the untortued Indian the way to eternal life and kill him with bad bocze Where we put a man in prison for stealing a loaf of bread and in congress for stealing a bank or a railroad Where checkbooks and signs walk in broad day light justice iis asleep crime ruts amuck corruption per meat our sociel fabric and satan laughs at every corner Come to us Agul Weve got the grandest aggrega tion of good timings and hard things of all sizes varieties tad colors ever exhibited under one big tent Send your del egation and we prove all these a sertions for truth Pocohontaa Kan Sun Be Quoted the Bible Levi Howard of the Mine fork in Magotlin county entertained our people with an exceedingly lengthy sermon at IL F Iieratts store on Friday morning last In which ho quoted tho Bible straight along in a singsong voice lie talked so fast that sonic of his words were indistinct but enough was heard to convince anyone that he knows a great deal of the Bible The remarkable fact about his memorizing time bible as he has is that he iis totally blind having lost both his eyes before he was live years of age His mother knocked one out and Ins brother the other and the only way he could have acquired the knowledge he has of the Holy Word must have been through n retentive memory of the serm ions he has heard preached from time to time He claims to here been a member of the Christian church for ninny years and relies upon the charity of his bearers for n support which judging from hits appearance has been of the short V kind for ho M dirty and ill clothed lie is so deaf that he can only hear by yelling into his ear but a boy goes with him as guide and looks after his wants and he says that he has only received about 400 since be left Magoffin county about one week ago and f2 of this wns- dounted by W T SWAngo and wife who cared for him Thursday eht and gave Whilehima very filthy devout looking in hutsdevotion i seems and it to does be seem that Gods afllictcd followers should fair better in n Christian and civilized community Another report ill that he has a farm oa Johnson fork but this is not authentic II you rant all the news local Rnd foreign a daily and two weekly papersI send us six dollars and we will see that receive for one year The Morning fie rid of Lexington The Kentucky Stock Farm and TilE HEBAIP The farmers are busy this week put- tingI the corn into mother earth Meeting of Democratic County Commute uinuimi to H call by the chairman ofliI the democratic committee of Wolfe county fur the purpose of considering t tune manner etc fur holding n primary or convention for the purpose of nomi t Dating candidates for the various otlite- I tu l e votedl fur at the November election 1I AprilIUII presentJ1 John f ins Xo L 1 IHI Stamper Nq S Jas Hanks No 4I Joel1 Gevedun No 15 i rub- wanguSo III H 7 S H Allen No S IIt was ordered by committee thattI primary election be held and that June ll 00 be the day and time for said primary Also ordered holdingII candidates for judge hehn 1111111j1iler1 11 j primary prey the sum of ttkl three i ildlars each the other Munty otlicersiIII two dollars each aid the candidates fur nomination for just ces of the peace andi constables be required to Pity one del lar etch for the purpose of defraying the j expenses of said primary and that iif mount received be not sutlicient to de i fray expenses that those who receive nomination shill be required to snake up the deficiency before receiving rortifi cite of election It was also ordered that each csndidat- for nomination place the amount of leii registration fee in the hlullhof the chairman at least fifteen days before day of primary The following resolution carried unan i 1 lnouslyResolvedThat for the sake of reuniting the democratic party and restor ing the party to itlIhl tinge principles and to insure the success of the annul aces we akall democrats who have heretofore affiliated with the party to take part in this election and we hereby declare the above named persons to be the legal voters in this primary and that no democrat shall be deprived of otingI in this primary election who will bo IlegalI voters at the November election 19JOResolvedThat the following men be and are hereby appointed election ulli cers Precinct No 1 1C H Allen clerk miL hockey Floyd Arnett judge+ i Ixrander Dunn sheriff j No 2John Evans clerk Jas Klkins 0 W Cecil judge lK 0 Taulbee sheriff No 3 Monroe Howe H HTyler judgesiC Lykinsclerk H IL Stamp j er sheriff No 1Ifenry Cox clerk Jesse Adonis Nick Fulks judge Joel Cox idierilf No 5D F Mellon Isaac Klkins + judges Thomas Hollon clerk David H Hanks sheriff No G Harrison Swango Itobt ClcilJJ jjudges Jell Wells clerk Frank Cecil sheriff Xo 7W W Ptvnngo II I Honaker judges James F Wilson clerk 1rI Murphy shenfl No J5G W Oliver lohn Mulliiis judges i Itobt McCo van clerk Frau Bailey sherifl Resolved That the HAKI Guiutx llEIUln be requcsteil to publish the proceedings of this meeting ar KAMI Chr Ex Corn Wolfe county J R CARKOM Sccy To the democrats of Wolfe county al low me to say to you through the columns of TIIK HKUAIO that the committee wits called to meet by me through the earnest solicitations of a largo majority of the candidates seeking nominations for the various offices of our county believing as they sold that justice would be meted out to them at tho hands of my comIi mittee i1 KASH Chairman Home Missions to the Front On next Sunday the 6th let us Mare large offerings for Homo Missions Remember HS America goes HO goes the world America is the gateway to nit the world Evangelize America and the world will be readily evangelized America for Christ and the world will accept lIim Christ for the world the world for Christ Thn topics for the sermons will b Our Brothers Keeper1 nod at 745 p m The Law of God Brethren andI friends wo covet your attendance WMI II Conn Minister Church of Christ Another Killing in Broathitt Ou Tuesday April 17 just after dusk Jesse Fields was shot scar Corneas store on Smith branch in BreAthitt county t six miles from Jackson by Moses Fellner and died about 2 oclock a m Jesset Fields took an active part in the French Eversole feud in Terry county a fewll years ago At tho time of his death eof IWM under indictment and trend to an ewer at next term of court for time shanty boat tragedy on tho Kentucky riveri near Jackson which occurred a short time ago Great opportunity oflercd to good roll able men Salary of 15 per weekend expenses for man with rig to introduco our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroy er In the country Send stamp Ameri can Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind tf AN IMMENSE PRESS ROOM- i Tho Ladles Home Journal to Have tho Printing Plant In America ji tFinest square feet of flour spares I air sot apart for printing presses in the building just erected for The Indies j I Home Journal It is in tho rear of the I prevent publication office eight stories j in height and within a short time will be I I occupied b the mechanical department of the magazine The constant rapid growth of tho Journals circulation ne cessitated greatly extended facilities for printing and mailing and the new strut ture meets these demands providing nt the same time for future expansion in all departments Specially designed presses and all tilt most approved mechanical devices applied to printing ore being ail dd to the Journals already extensive tutsii CiI l James Drake and Taylor I1 Sewell have I been appointed enumerators to tale census of this county theII S100000 To Bo Given Away Form as many Kuglih words as you cams using only the fetters eontnined in the text cxanydee imssmore times it appears in Ward Drug Company Dont use plurnl or names of persons or place Two hundred dollars in gold will be given to the person funning the the hugest tint of words 100 will be given for the second largest list 75 for the third largest lust fM for time tarns nnil 5 fur melt of the Sth Rah and ith largest lists personsbrightpelvesCoulpleteof the contest will be scull promi tly to all contestants This iis a legitimate other made by an honorablel eompnny nod should not le elated with eatehpennv alTiilr If you lure any good at worth nmkiiiK you are sure of a reward that will pay you sunny tunes over for your trouble Mveryone has an equal opportvnlty lls tance makes no difference It Iis intended to make every contestant n permanent ens 1lnillOilII 12 twocent stamps or 22it cents silver for n package of Wards Iruc Pills which iill just the III 1111I hit evety family needs at this seaMMi of the year Ask sour druggist about them Contest closes July IStb 11KX1 In ease of n tie for any priies time moiiev will Ibe equally divided between such tlc 11 con testant Mull your list at earliest possible moment tannerfortuneOur Ibjrtii to tltnke our haute a7tovsehold word in every home Satisfaction positively guaranteed or money cheerfully refunded r the jukiiu Aifdres VllH Wit i CO tl and 3J inst 1 tlh Street Sew York 1000000 HEATHS FROM CHOLERA DURING THE PAST YEAR Tho Germs of thts Fatal Disonso nro Lurking 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 among time Hocks caused bj cholera croup gape and other fatal diseases There have been ninny remedies advanced but untie scent to bo so successful as tho American Poultry Mixture This will cure chickens in the Inst stage of cholera and roup nnd is ex cellent for gapes Do your fowls sulfur from violent diarrhea dropping of time wings super or excessive thirst t These are tho first symptoms of cholera Cholera is a germ disease and being infectious spreads rapidlyl through tho entire lock Take time by the forelock dont stop to experiment with unreliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once nUll the sanitary measures they recommend in tipeCholera is a terrible diseaie but this rem edy cures it every time It is also guar anteed for roup which can be told by hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at the nostrils resembling catarrh Fifty dollars is offered for nay case the Mix tore will not cure If xomcof your fowls are diseased it will prevent tho rest from catching it Try it It is cheap reliable and effective a scientific preparation goes more than three times I far as any jollier remedy does more good than oil them combined It ii used and en dorsed by tho most exptritriccdand largest breeders of plain and fancy pooh try in all parts of the world The manu facturers guarantee every package or re fund purchase moneyIf your druggist dont sell Poultry Mixture hes behind tho ago In that cast send 100 for sample box to American Mfg Co Terro Haute Intl HERALDJon IRINTINO is TilEIII Bad the FOUR DOLLARS FOR ONE THE HERALD 1 year 100 Published every Thursday 50I250ITotal subscription e 40- 0t1001ciii bring you nil three if you Bond the mono to me Respectfully etc- SPKXCKK COOPER traldl1ckTd shoos Lynchburc Va was lucre Satur day interviewing our merchants nod a guest of the Day House lohn M l HOI has the finest line of footwear ever strum in Hazel Ore n to which he invites an inspection dMiflstra1orsI notice H1 lllr lInl Indebted to the lute Samuel thattluproperlyproven JllnltIwho are indebted to titlillhl orillsdarnlllitoted mirtinut them Given under my head this flat day of11 CIIIIuTHE REST Of THEM ALL It numher stud entcrUlulnc reading mutter Y enUrrudrrlarhlel ar e- l4ftlrael r w1 radrrIt should b In every household duncrlptlon S3OO per year whonttheJ B IJMIHCOTT COMPANY PublUlleW PHILADELPHIA DR M C KASH- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON lOllice at Day Houll- eHJZgl GREEN KY Wilt answer calls lilyar night Sur fiery obstetrics and discuses of females a specialty Keeps n supply of medicine FOR SALE 1 ne aim Near Hazel Green 00Desiring to change my place of reel deuce Iolltr1 my farm adjoining time town of Hazol Green at prlatosolo for 11 limited time 1200 ACRES Nearly all of which Iis hi n good state ot cultivation 100 acres being rich bottom landLargo Two Story Dwelling justbeenrlpaJrTwosary onthuildicgs There is n Good Orchard and a never failing well at tho house InfKentuckytimel nearly new antI BargainFor 1kk WTSWANQO Hazel Green Ky Our fee returned If vre fall Any one Hadt + Vetch and description of any Intention win couccralarhe v r latent sent upon request Patents KCttrtA atourexpensePatents e n011eewitbateharge Tug 1ATKNT KMCORD an illustrated Lad widely circulated jouaatconsulted by Manufactut and IOraSend for Minplc copy FREE Address = VICTOR 0 EVAN A CO Patent AUONJC7fEfIM Building WAIHINCtTOff S i p TO CUUK A COM IN ONK VAX 4= TabiqjiAll s LQeach t aV1- i5 01 fufi r i J I fi o to f u J t r tiiA THE HERALD i 1r 8PCOOPER Edit HAZEL GREEN KY- THUIWDAYor MnyJJ Woo I +AnnoUnLEr2EfT + Inlo MIIII IIIHlrlrl l1l11l1l1rOmllIb 1000 uiitli comityI aiinounoeinentn 500 No IIIIII01l1l1101ll01l11l1lul auttl the roe a 1pultl- i O l or InilRH niirt or AiirnN Alpprl1ati1I date or fudge of tilt Court of A 11111 from this District NuhlI rit to sour Miiiiin Mice tlon Xovtiiiliir limo nuelrully 111 C OKKAi rot 11111111111 II UIIII ln 11I STAMPEKI i IO11IIIII I f rIUI DAVIS I in nn +uwllte 111t1S i 1I11 county us a cuniliilutii for Cnii rt KS l1111Jor to net Ion of the party Vtir County IIIKI Inll1I CONC fEI1ON1t nri niitlior i t W CONMiUriOVmii cunillilutul for the of County liitlxc of Wolfn ootiiity 11111TI to tlio notion of tlm Democratic In rt llmll COMBS IU ti MII A T CdMllS ns filiiut Connty IinlKtt ot nulijint to urtioil of IhlI 111111rRlllllclnlt party rat IV 1 1111111 LTND13N 1iiinliiliilf fur tin IlrllnWolfu coiMty party sulijiit 11111111111 alUiU srllt lP ILlB IPIillll 11 6U BUSH i 11 nro I nuniau 111 l 11111111 H fur tin the Short 11 t err In III- IIClIIII 111 In II N o f N IIC a oilier of 1 i to the I l i t 111 art 1 1111 I I I it lj i Wo ore to i I I I nmmlltllojl IIUIhU PERKINS We nre 1111 nnnounoo II AItlt1 t of Fnoy orrck as a caniliilnte of Shirill of wolfs county the action of tin I 111 I 1111PEIlKIXS lor Nullity Attorney iUIDI FULIC to t r C KIMKS II 1r lor County Utornty III Nolte to thu uHtlllllll1 the nelllll 1 1 IIIIrnndhilitu ral 1 OO rBS art to an I I AC nN IIIIO Iniler of Wolfe eounty JIlr1I1lcI to action of ihl party IIIvr1YJEIt B Wo Wo niiiiini ISA nII fur Mib the tilt Wo I to I It l Its a lor Jailer of e to the nction of the 11111IIf party t Vor Count Court Clock II I TUTT 11111 IOMttS niiTUlc nilI oaiulhlatp county subject lor nt Clerk ot the fillIlIlltb Court subject to the nction of partyIIE1ttns a for Clerk of tilt Court Kiibjcct to the notion II IIIIIIHOrIO Tor A party monitor JI COOPMNts annonuop SIIClUN a onndidate I LI for AMemor of WollV ooiuity Mtibjoot action of the tenit ratio party 11111111 V 7 VILSON Sib nouiiee FUAXKI IllIXy WILSON ns a onntiiuaie fur IsMINMDr eouuty Mibjoet the m the 111 party iU Toi County Snimrlntonilout Illn I TAULliBE IIIIIIIIIUIII nutliiriiil 1tVTTof DcrnoiriUli nnthorlld snlthnrtznd Dcmocriitio uuthuriztl nulhoriml uullioruril Doniooiatio S0iunt innr 1In iiuthoriiil 11111 niithoriiil niithorio nuuniolOlIV Campion nllllInllllet 1 reelection 111 111I1I1I1I1I1I1e candidate anthnruod 1Wolf IIWI untboriicd 1 1I1IIII f I nro 1t lire to nn of to mn uf nro to nn tillIITAUT itii tii n Ill 1111 011 h fur County Su purtutoiidont of dohools fur Wolfe uoniity subject to the netlon nlI the Oiinoeratlo party t UJCDKK tilt hmulin of unnounco inonU for Rhc rill of VoltV cimiity this look uppoars Unit of Harry Curtis Parkins of Lnoy crock who aspires to tlio nomination Bubjwt to tho will of tho democratic party in whatever iniuuior they may do tormiiro upon Harry Perkins 8S born in Mngoilin county July 18 1870nnil thcsonof turatll known and popular followcnintynnin WiloyC Perkins With his parents ho moved to this county when only about three years of age and has lived horo ovor since t except aboutt i if r a yonr spent in Illinois during i misfortunOjto iJ a t lug a foddor shroder Ho has always worked fbr the interest of tho democratic party and since ho caino a voter hUH never failed to support with his sit iTrngo the nom inees of his party Ho was rained on a farm and inurgtl to the labor incident to one of that calling and was content with his lot The misfortune that bufull him in los ink his hand rendered him practi ally helpless to perform mnminl labor and hence his desire for tilt ollico of sheriff for which ho pos sesses all tho necessary qutiliUcn tions Ho has a fnir education is yokel industrious and attentive to bunineH dncltshould ho soeuro the nomination and flection ho will inako the county as Rood an olli oial as it could possibly have Ho pins his faith to the democratic party and knowing that there is nut a man of thorn but sympathies withi him in his misfortune and will do justly by him wo leave him for the present in their hands r A tow the tnlloll11Ctllt1lt 4 in ou paper today will bo found that of John B Tyler of Campion who aspires to tho oflico of jailT of Wolfe county John Tyler was raised in our county and is wull kown to all or most all of our citit i zens nod therefore needs no intro duction at our hands But he is a democrat and has always allili ated with tho purtyIIIkl1 for its interest lind in behalf of its candidates over since 110 became n voter But this is tho first tint ho ever asked for Itllything for himself and now ho appeals to tho democratic party for tho nom ination promising in want of leis election to faithfully perform the duties pertaining to tho position and those who know him I Iitt vouch for all ho promises 111 r Tyler is a poor man and wants thot Mitt for tho Pay thtrtiii jill iit though ho thinks his fealty ttiiitI tonots entitles him to lImn iveou nition Ho is a soberI industrious cition and would mako llu county a good olliciul if elected Ito in a gentleman of much stability of character and as firmness t mpor ed with tho milk of human kind nesa is one of tho 1riIttlitltltittllll cations to tilt uniIIf jailor In i eminently equipped for tho phij lion lie hits a host of pergonnl friends regardless of political lines and is sure to inn kt a strong fight for the nomination On his behalf wo commend him to tit connidor ation of tho democratic party con IltI tit that ho will meet with fair treatmentI nuel prolllisdor himi thatt whether nominated or not ho will bo found in the front ranks fighting for tilt success of tho party when tho battle of the ballots bc gins TIIK democratic party of Volfo county just now represents a di Ionia with two horna and unless a compromise iis brought about in sumo way somebody is going to got hooked As will bo seen in our columns today one committee under E1 Kash as chairman uutt Saturday anti calloda primnry elec tion for time Slim of JunoI to nomi nate county oiHcers to Ibe voted for in November 1001 State chair man Allio Young having appoint od anothor committee s ith Joni Vansant as chnirman tho latter calls a meeting of his committee on the 7th hut to meet nt Camp ton anti should that committee choose another day and dato fort o primary which it 5it1 almost euro to do bore will be a clash Inasmuch as the election iis a year nlt six months off it looks like tho old committee exercised con siderablelnwte in calling a primary null tho question presents itself Which is tho legally authorized Candidate owi not IcommiUOUIIto recognize both ttst pys 1i csra u n TIIK Caney Valley Courier a 71 column folio patent outside with John Chandler as editor anti R J White erbtwhile with TIIK MKKALD as associate editor reached us last wf k It iis published at Caney in Morgan count the prospective tTinintiM of the Ohio and Kentucky railroad and nhotild find good sup punt Whoa that road iis completed Succors to iti Damoerats rake fJotloe PuttI democratic1 committeeL t of Wolfo county art requested to moot tit tilt Circuit CKrku ofliee in Campion Ky on Monday May 7 UHH at looclock a in for the purport of electing a time for holding a primary election or con vention U numinalu democratic candidates for thu various county filets of Wolfo county to bo voted for at the November Inct ion till The ciindidat y for said lies HIV requestedi to l le pr sent fur tilt purpose of con fun fig with said com mitlooi in regard to time tune and manner in which said primary election or convention is to bo loll r iF VANSANT Chairman c Com Wolff county All who desire to wear nic1 laundriod shirts collars cuffs otc I should call on Robert Curd agent Ifor tho Lexington Steam Laundry II hwlJrk of which is superior Iu that oi any laundry in the state tff Fur six dollars ne oiler for oat yvir throe iaperttlii cuniliinid price of wliiili is lOO The Morning HtralilI of Lex ington The Kentucky Stock lKarin and till haze flntii IIiiAU Yolir taxes arc duo and must ho pud now Si plea ts cull and settle HIM save trouble as I am roinpellid to collict 11 lF riBUATT II ti o ttl 1Ir ailIn tutlltl ulilt f Ir 11Ihinetua eorrspifd tiit HI Iii Miijjir Is 1 F Stlrt N W Wasliinirton III C n i Idca50iTILE PATENT RECORD Baltimore Md ijuUbcrintiun price of the PATENT Uucoiiu A per auumn Katui lcb free flOOII CAVEA7SiI1ADE MARKS COPYRIGHTS arts DESIGNS Stinl votirlmil iii i ill rict toAVmlihmton- I lM tilllf rose lOSM haler ft rvlVI Mjrofflreetota to U 3 PatfrlOfflc TREC rttllmlo MV cnuui im1 A sbetenenttpetnt- v ee rr i riIana 1 1 A7i1114nIi H 1iYLAka- A6 r JLo1 nlItaFalaller ef Ittr j Jfl tlTinh E OblkrfM1 Ofoln AVOII liuticr without clurgc In tt 6dV NTIVE AGEtl t 51 rivnnU jrtar Urmi It a you Lao ol C Snow Co 0 ernrnoEnsI OF s NVJ WASHINGTON D CS wbSlMllXG 1000 Trees Plantsl 9Vics9 Kveivthinu fr riliinl llawn and Ciinlenl Tin largest si4Hk in Kentucky of Fruit and Ornamental Troos i i rape VUK HUH htrtt piInti 111I uuimi Ulinlturli Hull goods onlinnrily foundI in Hiuh tMbliNhintnt ifiicrnl Nnrxity and HirtiMberrjr aUlu nes to be had onapplioa lion to II F1 HIIJrNMKYll Telephmif 1T1 lIt xin tun KI y UfANTKI SCVfHAI IMiUSONM FOil 1 1 UUlrKt Otllco MainiKur iii this state to rejirineut uu in their own andl surround leg iMiiintipN Villinir to i my yearly r i- npnrtbltl l wi Uly Ihr iraMr iiiiliiviiicnt With UIIHIIH1 oiiiMiltiinifirx I UCirlirrs fliiinutii Kiui M srlliuldriSMd stiilipil nveiniO S1 IILKiuCHSton1 Build Iltr Cltiengo Jti iiin I I ARI1 11N VORLDWhilr Stplaand rriirdI I r apzrd- P1 attlrtothe1 h iU lir 11 Ctw yU ennlnre All flic 1oI anI atltIM1t IC pri ixrir 11 ot the black tar soar wnii entire freedom front their oUJec ioiiakte futureIt its ntithrr towel nor wash howl for i slather in sn11 Mtc It lathers In IfiorU or ttth eater far mare freely tUan OWl ur soaps andl l mif Ion percent roJuta guy U Uio toicj WMP of equaare Itcurtvin much mnre irhcerlne than other audthitvrthtrwtthitsbolt t1Aicklathtrsours Ita Idlll V4lf liAinKX saps Ill tie uMimnt cl slln nrili tind hui dkrue- rrcatcd cj + of dmlrulf wait head tail n i I i l nMtlrncndedYhlMlrii trot in iits of tl alt ur hcut rash the soap W Ix tu irlyl cUi a n Ask tut r drabs for it MhhtirACTURCO nY CLINTON SOAP I CLINTON IOWA COIII u THE LEAPiNg lCLOTHING HOn C F J ENT1JC Vh- J L0GuiStrausJE J C1 o NR ADVANGE IN PRICES HO ADVANCE IN PRICES 4405000 Wortll f1CiOtillllll gT THE OLD PRICES IyouI Beautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 BeautifuL ClaM VJorsea Suits at1OOOl Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful line of Boys Childrens Clothing andII will save you 40 per cent Largest in the state When you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters I 1 LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY eSllnil Orders Filled Promptly u un PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION YEAR And you want the news You also want Editorials worth reading AVe mall this tTnpivtediMitid oiler for the period of three months You can secure TIle Morning Herald Of Lc install Jvy the Great Paper of the Blue Grass The Kentucky Stock Farm ifiSEIBSS Of Lexington Ky the Leading Trotting agcJ IIorse Paper of tthe Country and TIle Hazel Green Herald VI OK OXK YEAR FOR ONLY SIXU DOLLARSPrice of tIll Morning Herald alone GOO 1riic uf The Kentucky Stock Farm Imbue0OPrice nf The llaxel Green Herald alone 75 600 A y JORs iDOe BS 600b fflc 6JI rr I 0S1 have just received till finest line and Rrahst vnri tyId LADIES AND GENTS BOOTSi t SHOES ever brought to the nmuntains nod having bought them l11 furltho recent Iisu in loather 1 am prepared to save my customers nn my on vry purchaho they make J1 want the ladies especially to examine my stock For time price I can show thou a frontlace shoo that is a worldboater It is indeed a beauty and to tho touch makes ono fool that time shoemaker got hold of limo kidglove stock Kespoct fully JOIN M 1U SE uerot teat tu UlNU l JCUI EST R MAtiOOD Car i ltlr1 CJLlMSL1t YSIlL1 DB MUTTS MJlVLttl c- FILLS Ii n ii T tt m ru rtn nnurl u rrnUecuf Fb11 3ut p IMrI lnaOltlIlerMerI1L xervut911x111 or- Lt 1ruorle t11anhNd nlltcont1 11 411EWtNtocuYUII n ollnclillnnyulreNtveusif fohnrMorO iumwhitIlcItOt f rmuiitltiii nnil ln nnlt j With otorr N5 SuWnt31ulperbunorder tll vlra n iitt1g n110 IOour r- ltf v y gypM 1wt- Y ifr I 1 IrTHE HERALD IOER COOPER Editor I I i q HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Miy l1 WOO + nnOUnllEmEnT + Stntn anil district I 1000 emeh county 500 NoannoiinituniontiiiuiU until the fee 8 paid 0 Ior luilc Court tit AiiMiN 11f1JRtlate lor Judge ol tliu Court of Appeals from this Dlstrlet ultcet to your inn Elec tlon November 1000 ltr ti rlfbllv- KD C OHKAI Fur Conir HiTiiitli DMrlut IIlI r l1g 1 1111 D for the purl Ior fur tile tithe the tin1 In t1UJU lIU nnnmiiiGenieiit annnuiieeineiiu srpA to nn I AMOS DAVIS ol Morgan county its u eundidiite subject to action of Comity Jiiilie IIH ILIVc Kiitlmrlifd IInuIIIAVIS11I nntliorixid 1111 Democratic outtrrss CONGLEPONI author i7II1I111101l1l111I1III I 11ortIDUI rBS I 1 of County ilnduii I tft I IIIIIIrRlulltlulc part1or subject Shlrln to action of U t U LINDEN t 1 r tare 1111 ore are of art tlIOtlrI11I IIIIj iionnee In A ID I F Nits n eOndnlntr this uairr or If I InWolfe Democriitu county party Niihjeet to the 111111111 in STAMPED We arts I I nil n ramliilntrI the UIISTAMPI1l 011 eouiitvatibjeet putty to 1111IIfl BUSH Torrent us n camlhlntc till otllee of of Wolfe County subject to action 1 the Democratic party tP PERKINS nnnounco Wu are HAUUY InII of Lacv creek UH a camliilntc I of Shirill of Wolfn county the action of the Democratic 1 i f II Tor County Attorney FOLKS Wti ors to an iiiiuncii C C us a of Wolle to the notion of tho Demo I Ior fuller lJnf 1 COMBS TYLEE TUTT 1i11I1 IIOLLON1Ve IIlt1lD COOPER WILSON uut 1 Wi M 1 for fur 11111IIIIIIIICI 1111or for nuthorueti IIl1EHKINS Authorized KlLKS for County Attorney 111cnntlhilltu We are IltthIoriFi1l to nilII iioiinoi ISAAC COMBS1 candidate fur littler of Wolfe county IIIn hllhlj to tho notion of HIP Denmratlo Mmnt TAULBEE 11111IIfllIlIl lIutllOrllllllnI Wo ore nittliorlxnil to OilII noitiiKf JOHNI I U Jiinipton nn n ciuniliiiitr lor inner dl comity miliject to the notion of Iho- emocrttlc III IIof party For County Court Clark 11111lloulleei t lor roeleotlon ley Clerk of tliu Wolfe 1111IIMnhr Court party subject to the notion of the nre nnthorlreil RIII110n to I t HH n oniultilnte fur Clerkof the If Court subject to the action IIIIIoIlO jmrty Tor IMMflMMtr ICOIIIEHI fur Assessor of Wolfe eonnty subjecti 1 to notion of the Demoorntie party 1lll HK nllj1I111I1eo if1 WILSON ns n eiindidnte fur Assewor of f Wolfe county suhjeet lo the action of the Democratic pnrty Ior County Yuperlut relent I V nre autlioriieii to 11111 I hAS11IIJJ I We We nre uthnrled 1111 nnnomue t tIN TAULUKKI ns a enndinnle for County hu iiorintondout of selmolH for Wolfe uonntv 4 party Bubjcot to tho notion ot the Heinoerntie UNDKK tho hotulin of announce ments for sheritY of Wolfo county this wook appears that of Hurry Curtis Porkins of Lncy crook who 4aspires to tho nomination ubjoct to the will of tho democratic party in whatever manner they tatty do tormito upon Harry IVrkins vns born in Magoflin county July 18 tlii 18TOandisthosonofouraellknolvn nUll popular followcountymnn WiJoyO Perkins With his parents ho moved to this county when only I nb mt three years of age and has livod horo over since except aboutt a your spout in Illinois during which timo ho had tho misfortune to loso his right hand vrbilo food LlvI a It rr 1 Ri ing n foddor ehrodor Ho has nit ways worked for the intorest of tho domocratio party ludsince IK Snub a voter hay never failed lo support with his suffrage the none inoos of his party Ho wits rnispci on a farm and inured to the Inboi incident to one of that calling and was content with Kitt lot Tin misfortuno that bofoll him in los- ingi his hand rendered hint prnctii eally holploss to perform Imanun labor nod honco his desire for th ollico of sheriff for which ho pos eesses all tho necessary qualifica tions Ho has a fair education iis sober industrious and attentive tui business and should ho secure the nomination and election ho will mako tho county as good an olli cial ItS iit could possibly have lit piny his faith to tho democratic party Bud knowing that there is not a man of thorn but sympathize with him in his misfortune and will do justly by him wo leave him for tho present in their hands F AMONG tho announcements in Ol paper today will bo found that of John B Tyler of Campton who aspires to tho oflico of jailer of Wolfe county John Tyler was raised in our county and is wull town to all or most all of our citi Zuens and therefore needs no introduction at our hands Hut ho is a democrat null has always allili ntoil with tho party worked for its interest lind in behalf of its candidates over sinco he became a voter Hut this is Iho first time ho over asked for anythingi for himself and now ho appeals to the democratic party for the nom ination promising in wont of his election to faithfully perform till duties pertaining to tho position and thou who know him IJIt vouch for nil ho promises MrI Tyler is n poor man tend wants tho ollico for tho pay there isi in it though ho thinks his fealty tu itI lonots entitles him to sninn ree ir tuition Ho is a sober industrious citizen and would make I Ito county a good oflicial if elected lie is a gentleman of much stability of character and as Krmnes temper ed with Limo milk of human kind ness is one of the ld jnlial Utulitl cations to the ofliee of jailer he i eminently equipped for the posiii tion Ho huts a host of personal frionds regardless of political lines and is suro to make a flrmis light for tho nomination On his behalf wo commend him to th consider ation of tho democratic party con fident that ho will meet with fair treatmentt nlHl prom i il Cor him tthat whether nominatedi or nut ho will bo found in the front ranks tight ing for tho success of tho party when tho battle of the ballots begins THK democratic party of Volfo county just now represents a di lema with two horns and unless a compromise is brought about in sumo way somebody is going to got hoolwtlJS will ho aoen in our columns today ono committee under l1 IKashas chairman uut Saturday and calloda primary elec tion for the Sth of Juno to nomi unto county ollicorK to be votnl for in November 1001 State chair man Allio Young having appoint ed another committoo NiLl Jona Vansant as ohnirman tho latter cullf meeting of hit committee on tho 7th inst to meet at Camp ton and should that committee choose another day and dato fort o primary which it is almost sure to do there will be a clash Inasmuch as the election is a year n 1 six mouths off it looks like the old committee exercised con sid rnhle hlUllf in calling a primary and tho question prweuU itself Which is the llegally aruthoriztxl committee Candidates can trot bo expected to recognizo both ate TUB Cuney Valley Courier n 7 column folio patent outsido with John Chandler na editor and K J While erstwhile with THK HKHALD as associate editor reached us last wk JH iit published at Canoy in Morgan cmmtv the prrsppctivo tTtuinuH of thu Ohio iindKuntueky railroad and should find good support when that road is completed Success to it- fuavoretg THki Notice Tho democratic committee of Wolfe county an requested to mout at time Circuit Clerks ofliee in Campton Kyon Monday May 7 1000 at loVclock a in for the purpose of Delecting a time for holding a primary election or con vention to nominate democratic candidates for tho various county apices of Wolfe county to be voted for at the November election 1001 The candidates for said dUos art- rcquosttd to bo present fur the purpose ofconforing with said com mittoe in regard to the time and manner in which said primary election or convention is to bo held r iF YANHANT Chairman c Com VoKe county All whoi dosiro to wear incur1 tumdriod shirts collars culls etc ihould cult on Robert Curd agent fur tho Lexington Steam Laundry he work of which is superior U Ulatof any laundry in the state tfj For sir illara we oiler for one ycur three puperVthi coinliiiii1 price of wliiih sSJOO The Morning MeriihlI I of Lex ngton The Kentucky Stock harm mid thl Ilnxel G frIll IIlrUAU Your taxes sire due and must bo paid HIV So pleaso call mid settle iiid save rouble as 1 am compelled to rolled JJ IIf 1MBKATT 1D 6 ii C tli l Itl rr hilly li Iuiind on lilt t Mir Wt hiiiKtou eorrespond clIl IE lii Miirfi rY tlti F Street N 1- ViVnsltinlott III eIn for acceptable ideas State if patented THE PATENT RECORD Baltimore Md bubicnpUon price of thu IATUNT KBCOIIU flOO per nuuuuu Sawiilca free CAVEATS TRADE MARKS i COPYRIGHTS AND DESIGNS Semi yourliiiiUirMiUriol to WushliiKt n time CoMli leis hitter tiervleu dote to U 3 ron OOce FSEE prtllmlo aattII At a tortduvnllJ tnt PIRn n ATiTHTIoK lilVtN IJYtAKtf j Ia 0 1 tour lLtasr rlfl1u11aVK r Tl V t J ltruh E O storm ctt Hotter TIVE without cUAHt AGE in U iJ liy El v nth yt r fl rtrIn f7haloot dAs Co FIT N Wf- Jl1 LLtitIIWASHINGTONi D CS E + vSN wN Yi 4N11wV VNWNW sriuxa 1000 Trees Plants VisEre- tytlllitc for Orchurd Iinvn and fJnrdei Tin ltr n st toek in Kenttteky of Fruit and Ornamental Trees tinttc VIIICM Mrawbtrry plunU Asjiarunus Uliulmrlil mid goads ordinarily found in uch e tHblikhiiie nt l ieiieral Nurscay and Strawberry raUlo lIes to he had on appliea lion to II F HIIllNMFYFI TulephoueLeRilglon Jvy- UrANTKl SliVrllAII IKllbUNS Fun 11 Uifctrict Otlleo Manw ers in this state to repreneut me in their 1x a and surroiuid itiKi riiuutim Williiitf to imy yearly t till jmynlile wifkly IrMlrablel nnpliivinciit with 11111111nrlllnii HftHIIOIS c X chuuged LIIIluM 1 lfmlilressiil stamped snrelapo 51 IAUI 320 Caxton Itnild leg t lllCHgO i l III h I WIIITAR I IIONLY Wll1Tl THE WORLD TR SOAPff 1Vhitar Snap U A luxurious a mlI iiiiiirj t i 1111 olDk1 the trtU el j 0 yll cnnturi Oil flic hillnail unicgRic priipcrtrA of the black tar 1 utJJeUvIUlilIeIt txNlt neither towel nut wash howl for Us Uther h tno t hle It latter In lli r4tr toll water tar more trrcljr than outer tar vwpw and lninij 100 j cr PolIt contains roach mere flycerlne than other 1OaJi od thii t t trrwithitsaftthicklather inite it ft kin iin nKshaolYnaura In the ficUTOont olI fcUin seal and hur divans aiKi vjl lca i t dyiilrulf icaM head lull ICliiL I IC 15r j L glly r mmcndc- dhcsktsirh n IL for Daisies lathe un1 in C crs o tlbur heat rub the soap id ciub irly etLMko slak your dealer fop It MAUjrACTJHLDBY CLINTON SOAP CO= CLINTON IOWA THHLHATIING 1CLOTHING Hon1 E TUCJHY= j Louis Gus StrauS xIL EKJ Ce ILr NO ADVANCE IN PRICES r t NO ADVANCE IN PRICES 400004 9 O Wortll of Finie C1Ot1i1ll 9SAT THE OLD PRICES butlBeautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 nnlodlilliUlI 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 headquarters ute LOUIS 3 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY TMiil Orders Filled 1rolu1- tlyPRESIDENTIAL n I ELECTION YEAR wuntoWF r Eilitorials worth1 reading We makeI this1 trL iPii1lCCCIeliItdtiler for the period of tliree months You can secure The Morning Herald Of Lexington Ky the Great Taper of the Blue Grass The Kentucky Stock Farm of Lexington Ky the Lending Trotting M1 Horse Paper of the Countryand The Hazel Green Herald FOR aXE YEAR FOR ONLY SIXQ DOLLARSPrice of the Morning Heraldl alone 000 Price of The Kentucky Stuck Farm alone tOO Price of The inlet Green Herald alone 75 60 O1iiFOsix DOLLARS g30 0 rr 11 i t Jim uN riit n 0rI have just received the finest line and grin tut vnrit tyif LADIES AND CENTS BOOTS sf SHOES ivor brought to Urn mountains and having bought tlum Infi re tho recent rise in loather I am prepared to save my customers nun y on very purchase they make 1I want till ladies especially to cxninino my stock For tho price I1 can show them a frontlace shoo that is o worldlwtttor It is indeed a beauty and to tho touch makes one fool that tho shoemaker got hold of tho kidglovo stock Respectfully JOHN lr ROSE c co= = = RESTORED r Ar HOOD cat rryK2itJarT2S1t2hC Er 4lx1LWSQI O DR MDTTFS MJIVMB15 PILLSt l1rn t I r us 1n to atunantiI IU8ai rrli11 vr iraorltStal1lOdlmtent1isttrlmtlawsrnIIinta151otry 10 M- etuotttunantlln fttlthomryt aamittrary ulert131tntsarDuxzMUee Jourta a i r- J x I j i l IJ u 7- j I Head Be oten n warItu thit tbe l11l I 119ipypldI 1 l eaJclcnt ttroab1C31DAy crier oilulacbc unl all uver trOl1ilAt 8Df1 r taJZrndCA Yl1IJ tIY 1 I I 1 r 1 a 1 IdII 11111 they rf du I r 11 r 1dI11d rtIrritate i L r I IIa d y1tbutb3Hrqnnil drU sts or ty units ofpt C1 livvd Cy Lowell railY y =1t IE NPAiDn kJr FARM JOUR JAL Great From nnv to nee IOO3 Offer Noavly 5 Yours By spKhtl iirrangointMit mode with the publishors of tho FAUX tlubled to oilerJoons tl HJ ut + that pnlwl tl try subscriber win ppyd for TIlE 1IKUALU ono your ahead for only r 100 buth papon for tho price of ours onlyour5 pu per ono your nuts tho FAUM JouU AIIfrdll1 noxv untilI Docomboi 1903 nourly 5 yours Tho FAUV JotiiXAf is sii ohl Istablishod pa per enjoying grout popularity one of tho host Iand most useful farm papers publish il This nfll shiuhl ho accepted witlu ut cltlny e Douglas Hackney of FrouchburK ans here Saturday1 nod 011111111I Ca + nr ami t11I1I Hurst wire here Mon day to toe the lase ball game Jolin liiy of this place made a living trip to Mi Sterling one lay last week The wife of Frrnlc Pioratt of May town still continue in a critical condition 4Quilt a number of JJILIjUrl1I pv1 I j lastSuudity1iI Mrs Nelson Nickell who ha5leen sick with fever for buvoril nooks is con valesc nt- TV indicatioin ai jtr+ eiil look ar thntijri w1 are yIJi te tr have u fair crop of fruit this year Dr John Carroll of Luc Uityurns hero tfiturdiiy attending the mooting of the dii r it1 c i lIlt iiiiioitce KMT list Ton tit r nt prracI latthin irtVHV church in Miir un county last fcfuu lay with IK v lliiix stains Little IIVery StViUijo hiw atom placed the i illr iris hu list tr tender obliga tions fur a hunch of Ides spring onion Uv H IK Triude of Ml Sterling delivvcI un interesting miruion at the Chriiii ciurfJ thiplae Sun lay morn ingMr TuI Tr Iflr and i irInlnv Mi John 1P4111 wen here Mon day and bought tiro hate of MrsI F N Day Art lUr Lyklnn of Jntiey1 was hero on rlivcn mote from Onmpton vrherc Ill hu bjvo visitingi Iiu fatlirr ifir on time Mii Nina Xickell anJ Miss Sirili Will of Mnjtown were lnre Friday and the latter butt ht u hat of Mrs Day tlit milliior John Torn Uevodon of Vflat Liberty has bi Mi in town thU week and is talk ing of locating in sisals Green in the near future FrnV Stiiui r IlirUti Smnipfr andl John Tyler of Oimptnn attendedl the meeting of thu dor1llJmtic county com mittee here on Saturday Ribert Dty is at his uncl X Frank Hiriuii Cumariio and hal4 IMMMI quite sick fr 4 vi r1Ihyh past withs mo pnl monury trouble Willie eanenr the Uuikoy school houe on rra ny crock died Sunday last of fT id ab nit H years He leaves a wifi aol1 four children W II Cold lilllii appointment nt occupiedhisof thin place in the eVvniug CkCOO NUVVS cumca Stout those uiio tako Hoods Sartaiuirilla for Sq 1ypph nJllt rlllHnllll lll- L H0003 CURES rtllil Kliuii of near Wt Liberty nod tt1I M1 + 9es I1nu14yIf Grassy creek Were b pping leer Thuwdn iMid Mill loam nod mine of the tatter bought u lust each of MM P N DIY Jhn Vaten and vliiMren moved I to MfnHyI MandIlY and MM Craven we Under uid will also gr there to reside nl Hltl ay her hotitth will permit W T McViibh and coif havinjr rent their town property will return 99lI1I11t r dintrr to reside and take their t10 Murphy fork for rwidfnw r111tr Jim Tom 1icratt httA not yet H1 lP bye mindl whether he will r main 1rrt or pCI treat nltlin slut IIK will dot ie this week and eUould he conclude tholeea wou v I DefeatedQuito basebalV8I1 thoCIIIlltOIlluul t11u nlllptOIInbuuU0l huthII i blhrle1 i IiiI srruriugaIi I 1 wrro It try illIl1Iworkwhit e I the home team did imro heavy hittintr ovethelime homo boys SVell I nyingtuti i I rtrn team 0 lolllasersI playetittatlrdayt i I flings 1 TUrIIILILEI ofi 01 UI tjl i i1iI tKr llIlIplnllI7 nI131II In sattoni ympiro John Davis trylutoo1 RunQufcksthllhreu a nltr- lIett Two Huso IIit311ard1anfoli Unroll and McDiarmid- Passed Hall Daniels 2 Buys I HUH sell 1 I I 11lIlCnmptonTime of Game quartorCapt Tucker Corrects Us ViNriirsriu IKY April Li Kditor HKKAIU There are HOIIIO ei Grcclljhllrj i follows t1u tin1 l hpimf b I ttr tr-I rOUljcOlllpullilsI the buys were sotting it on lire I examin 1orIgIIIKMoore was ill command1 and came out i with a smile on hi Cat e tOIll snits that i j it wan on any other day lint tho 1th of July he mijlit surrender but to cole orate the Ith lie would have to give us a little brush I knew thru it would be a regiuleutChen11tlts1185 tight Ih tlli1lIot last forty minutes our regiment lost Co men aril six ulliccrt who were killed outright or lliedIIf wound + received It was lilt fiercest tight I was ever in Wo lost so IIInll enlisted men My hat coat and pant- twerepllut through nod the bnek of my neck was searched but 110 blood was drawn Yours etc loriWIl T TbCKKU- Dr MI1 e hash who Iris just located in our town with his slice at the Day House iis prtlarnl to answer alltcalls y or nfeht end makes a specialty IfI Ida Ir obstetrics and diseases of women which he hay gained quite a rcpntu linn ill Iaxllm eonnty where he hits prietiivil fur overI live years In all IIP has bred priutiiing nuilicino for 1 years Inckson one year j Catnpton one year White Oak three years Farmers narlIt year At the latter place he reicive 1 tf ipjiiiimi of peiisioii tx luiiiner and removed to Salyersville la1j go Hi n county retaining time appointment which ho still holds lie isi registered illIJ three counties Kowan Morgan 111111iI Magollin old of nurse will register I 1v IfLit 1111Itj veiive prajiiC liming tue 12 year cuveriiij ns It des I every I illlllrlIrjIIY and all female this eased has nipped him for proficient practice 11111 he asks tie eoplof this suction ill event of their illness to give him a trial confident that IIP will please them i e his card in this paper j Tho Farm Journal is unliko any other paper j for one tying it prints no quack medical llhlrli1I1IIIt fur another it take live yeir i rrptioi aid ets thlI pa pp toits nrlilrI the fulll time il they are anywhere on this planet welt if they move two or three times if they die their heirs get it Now we are going to combine with the Farm Journal and wnd Till HniAili one yar and the Farm 1otiranlnearly r years remainder of woo and nil of IIti01I IItO 1W1 and 1001 to every advance pavinu sitbserib or mien and alts to Tin llriiAit ThisI greet oiler hud better be accepted before it is withdrawn The debats Mt the mideiny on the ereninjc of the Till tilt wereHtnom tIl bi al ever held in the school TIll speeches made lby the young women were epe dally RosIi and ff the mst prt were well delivered Some of the your men who spoke hud studied tlcirqups lions lout little nmlof course addtcl no laurfl to their record + These de bale have I ItI1 a vrv prntaM purl tithe f work of tin aridmv mind they are I JlrlJIIill III Inttr+ t lime II rtlt iliiliiillt or the nod seenion will he the evening f September iLt JJev K K Pike will preach at the Methodist chHreh in this piers on Sntnr nish before the third Sunday in Idat II Mur andnu Sunday morning at I nclrk he will prtsarh un the subject o- ilaptiem I Ile will preach d JHIC rhaiw at l8 oclock on the sumo day Ever- yfey Iis iuviell to hoar both feClinOIII t and etwcially the liscOllrSti Oil hap lijin GronteV lkr o7 BMrbutrvIliti wa+ Mora Friday with George IOassnI of tilt 11111-LnuiMVilfe I olothhllC otmltanyI 1rny another dnunwoi Thomas Jabinrdn IormevHIe who travels for II 10ullI11I0- II house Tlicy were guests of the Day house y- t- t I succrs4leI i party next April would Primaryt beII John Davis thinks tho primary not bo called until after tho Xovembu election iftYP ox 11 t snccvs Robert hash says tho idea of a primary a year nnd H half IMfelr the revular el vii js prlpateruuwthat half the cundi dotes might be dead Harry PIrkinsJ think the primary bus been culled too early for the liuccus- r Iof tho party I I I J IIII1 that Ithe primerv should not bo call P1PCtlonIJ A1nllllllol nut of the upiuie fnrollnlyuffllwhItIMIH uM I think it would be belter for parts roc cuss Yrt I will vote for the 11111101 lot the vote be taken anytime csii Ivl Tiulbee thecase prinmrr nN pr miiljjHted by the comminep Hut Nnur day iis too soon for the success of tlc party i Ho Wants the Dear Old Herald AUSTKIIIIAM Mo April 2415 PHiO Iviitor I hmIIIllftr sir IHiiehMtiyou will find money order for I 100 t 1jt whiih you will please hend me Tin HniiAln and the Courier Jouninl frone year presenFannersI iI nicelyPreCooper YOUM truly fef j I I I Cid Julian S Cnrr tilt millionaire to I I haven manufacturer of IDurham X C will lirinir a lir 1 dclixatin 1 to the n federate iteunion in Louisville 118yo tuttIfirmedlina comiiiMid will bring its famou legend II hint at llrig Holhel Farthei at lettysbnrg 111111n st at tpptr Itllx illiain llensley ol the Upper loiij h h Morgan eoiinlv died on Attu tiny Lust of la grippe agedalmiolI I lie was our of the land marks 1f flint section rued considered one of tin best eitiens in that section Ile lyres quite a fnumilyof grown up children most of whom ore married pad livingI in the west Isis wife preceded hnI to theij i j grave having died about three yenix ago i wilefon the Mb of April was tried in tore cir cuit court last Monday and sentenced to generalaopinion of the public was that lie would bo hung hut the jury probably consid Bred till fact thou ho wens not overly bright and gave time Mntcncc an above tated Ship your wool to Klkhorn Wooen I Mills They make the best blankets i coverlids flannels jpiuis litiscy tweidn satinettH and yarns over dripped to your j section and at less than it mists you to work your wool at home toy Write our j agent at traspy Creek 1 Kyfor priers or eee local apnts with siniiles Watch for posters and dates fur Iollilpillgi i 11 Mr Hemingway the secretary of tire Jersey Cattle Club says that Higgle j Cow Hook i iII mot comprehensive little volume ono of tore best things on tilt cow question I havi ever looked into 111 r II leininiwiiv ought to k11o1he price is M eta fret by mail addrcKH the pub lishcM Wilmer Atkinson Co Phila delphia I IIlhll Tom Jevedoni I of14est Liberty has rented of Mrs W T MeNnbb hi residence on the corner of Uroiidwav IlIIellli State streets and will move his family i I here on Friday to reside with us for our veer at leist On IIIhalfof our citizens lIIu111hI ojuurllII You May Bond tho tin1 trif Vlin 11111 IMTHHII bronl IIIno 01 i atrd iti llolIrn ifilllIll ti cu v IIts That I IIIn r aii wloi t i l 11 toiuki lliMid Sursmiurilla wliuii tlistuse llrnt shusvs ilwulf Hoods Pills are u favorite fatally cathartic Lige lIIallkll + hip WHS ill town sitar tiny 81111our1 tarn about town nskcd him the news Wait until I study up lie uiiid he and our m a t thinking the flirt that Hi mad to study over a hit of a hiii like that a god item of new s jutted it down Miss Hanks and Miss Pollock tWill of pleHWintgems Compton were creekoI ij and on Saturday they a moo to Ilstrdl i iGreeni stud enjoyeil the afternoon at tilt j sale fall ground+ alf your horse or Hole hoes lamp I sphUljor1r j MI l liose and gut a hot tie ol Quinnri Ointment which will t11 nigvo tho olislaclu tf IltrlIulllkI I night NOd Sunday at K oclock in lilti afternoon and night 1111oxI 1 ll I produced j evry stock and Miultry raiser ii buY it nil srht IIutlere aerated t t ference lltIrfIII with ItllllllJAmeriai Mfg Co TrreI Haute Ind tf I lIhlnllllllI to roasts lit urea mill luU lulviintnm 1 our club rltln with Ilii TwlcruWirh CIIIIIltrIIIrllul fill tit inoiitho tin Ilirm loiiriuil every stems until end of Ire FOR111ILtL11 l I eIIUMN llnelmrlloiHy 1ItInlaIecalltoI new false rt the from A 7 nil are 5 i umnuaifUitMifu WY d IMM r L bi htire Tarns liotno M st I Kiiiiiif vin raps Alter try iJjiiu i vcrv it ivnilv 1 IIMIIOVH u larutI Jliiucli in two mri tuiiu fi Illly with g nts- r KIt tho lieu l I I orhoanl tof 1 hCIIIII nviiiiHiii it ion llndsrniu u llVftnr f 1Intiyual1 lrlcuSI iol 1iioltaiie Miiiullirki iMifiii if AiW yoiirilruiiRlnt fur It HfiMl prrpulit on niflpl nr preit Aliln p w BRll1tO wMtchuii v R + n r1J2SZ3lJvS INNS SZ 14 WML1 A HOFFMAN SON MANAGEUS MT bTKULINCJ 1KV fet JAYmlliMit1 o- fnilltr If tJ I 1 h I tf JI J7 COMPANIES IM IPJ Q negotiated and nil IIUHMIIHH of tin eolieiUd 1 Vr nlI I DIXCKIPTIONr tiJ t l JJ J I j 1 1 I 1IS i SATISFACTION il lr1 TTIIl 1 I A1M w 011 IIlw t9t OJi o Ikv tk J decided to remove from JIll l I willroll allof my SIM IIII torloduIPLATIS TIUIC SMUINKKH IKN DKItS 1ItIIIetletlI I too I lu mention in dt BafThU iiis a J chance for HOIIIO ontciiri iii man Ilo I it my entire interest in the linn of HI I it DA VIS and reap the itward of Ii- labor Ill up tin trade time Gar now cnjoyH Hut UIII K I get 1111 ullir a once the tools etc will be Mold in II uir lilies to HUit In till shop illl lnrIi- of I Idackntnith and wiijjoninaleih iuit rial such an iron hteel 1oltn tcintoni r etc to be IlhIoctlof in lb ritlne nay Alxo till of my llomUKM ANI1 1 KI1CIIKN Flit nUHI will be MI flcllllrulIIulllolIrlI larders two Middles pad a mi cow will bo Mold nr IA GROUNDHOG CASE me in the face nod its IIwill snot leave Hael it in absolutely imv tarry that IculltctI every debt due III pull1 I recjiieHi ply who are owing me to- come forward and nettle up at once Thuxe failing to IIIIfI play have to JIHV of collection as I miitl pad wM havo my The old mitt yon re member tried to coax the hoy nut of lh apple trot and failing in that lie nestle td l rocks I I wont have to tbrw all v Itfpcctlully JOHNJ II KOSK Itlho Hazel Green 1bun Ii of tho prf11t8t1L uml jOn will beginlier on Monday April 2nd I9OOI An opportunity lv will ln givon to piopwr for tf lhfxlllllillnliolllfurtachI tcry l ined JI I t y- bvre view WM Ili CORD Principal f1 t 1T nPn w r U Ring out tho old Ring in tho Ring out the Ring In tho true We bring to you new and true tlluApiney foiuts of Norway DR BELLS PineTarm bysclenceCure coughs colds and Imlamcd suraccs of TubesThe eIhln rated the inlcrokbearinK nuiviis Is cut out tiro cause of that tickling Is removed and the Intlxnicc thereIsSOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS lottlai Only 25c 60o and 100 Sltad BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bells PlneTarHoniy n 1IVMIMMMttI1 J44JWaw it Irma ofJayKji hun tiultii uuycarold tlirox uiiiiUcalloiiH rcHiri ton hlrtvniseml AIIIIIIOK per 1fhidaw llutktrqItwu will r3zmz nYMn w IiiHi HOFFMANPIERATT Iti- uI w lnlii1auA A J V VI1U3 MSIONMKD- yioanH mountain PM ANDbrJAirN IrrJ IVKHY UhhIii AND ALL rwsaaurarr Having Irccn IIUIII tail building Uniibi good stares Cireen costs money hope Academy term IrtifitflllJ for W T1IEI1EY 111 I a w h1 i d I L SI 1 SELECTED BYTF1E dSG- OIIERNMEt4T FOR USE IN LLrFIE t VAL I OSPITPLS9ltJDr PRESCRIBED IIiil iLL THE LED N G INFIR Mrl ESOF xtlE COdt1TRY DSSTSLLED BY j0W0tCULLLaayW01Vt OWEiSRORO KENTUCKY STtfiTH I Alta flOOR Ii 3O5vSI141ia1TK hn u PIrmt + r uttrtiliI b7 luy JUenrl Iln- ltiirdaDd AIII eta to tarr It to IlUtrflrlnrt mr e rI1il l t1lhllfIIUcUoIlad lalt t INdiyry for III 111Jotl 111 than I 6 Id Ir raalCh4 Mttldrnaa I wpatk4Ii I I i f r ji at r Uatt- ltoeU wIS tit 1 atL Irn rural lq nn i rll lIt p 1 l11r N pSfie Isla ttlIr 1- 1Iir r Tit r It Iltn IASl 1 I rot r Vptt IIV II tmid1In JIerI- k to u 1i 11110 hr1NIIhylrIIJtltuty li ru + 11 Irw1 krr Nor rrun 11111iP u1LfJltlJrltalllY 1 IIJ V nt Iacr faab m r IW IAIIic1r1 AI z 11 arId aO J4 hr I find yin will avn rrNttr WhlllllltI arh eonlldmiql lnd I I wtiMos 1fnrInntlwwlW1 twat rr l01INm atuludonrolo9rr i r fROFrA HrYBTALt rlSlflllIIL 1 + i1 1 IU14 +NIAa f7 Iuil Nice ft + ile ttOnt fhb ultlco at 20 cents yes Ielh t4 ltl r i 19f1 rya i trv1 kit g t1g Sr 1I IJ- Oi 1 ai t t t 4 d- c 1 i f- J Headacfae Jl oidotIInntrti a thnihteyrlrnts 1 1lIe Clay gash I 11 i etAdrat II1it tRrrr of- xlitatIa e uut sill liver UOnilJJ H ttP4r ycJ7 While ITtner tlIr matnro- tall Tr II ln uI 1J iwsi t4 du It rrhu r Icl i do not tht1 Irttatc t iiliU lilort av buthavtafeAll IrU te or by tuna of I- IjCluvWat i Cw Lowell Maw II o- NEPA1jt R 1D0 A FARM JOUR JAL Great From nnv to Dec 10OS OfferNuuly G Vrttirs By bpvinl nrrang MW nl nlntlo with thl Publixllora of tho bARM1 JOUKNU vo arty inableil1 to utT1 that miPr1 to uvory subscriber who for TIIK HKIIALD ono yotpaYs ahead for only jilUU both pnpoi for tho prico of ours only our pa- perI ono your mul tthu FAIIM Joui NAIl froiu now until Docombc 1903 nonrlyI 5 yours Tho Ihutu1 JotKXAi a1 Ild ostabhshoa pti per eiijoyinjj gnut popularity ono of tho bolt and most useful form papTS publish ThH 4I11Ir should ho iiucopto with ut dlny MVMMYYS Douglas Hueknoy of Frenehburg 1 ivaa here iviturday and Sunday Ctesnr mil Sum Hurst wore here Moi day to see the base hall game f 11I HIYIIf this place made a flying trip to Ml Sterling one tiny last week The wife of Frank Iiuratt of flay town still continues in a critical cuml tauQuit pro ldit i idl church on CJraiwjr creek last uudiiy MM NeUon Niekell who has been sick with fever fur sovoril weeks is coi valescntTi iicHiion si preeiii Irtoka + though w in eoin t have a fair crop of fruit lhN year Dr John Carroll of hue Oily was hero Silurlny attending the averting of the 1 lritie eninfv enmmiMce Ell T Jitu To a Pir Itt prtuchedat the irviiv church in Morgan county last Siu lay with Kv IJIII4 Adam LiliK1 IVery fctaiiuxo has ngnin pieced for n Mtr Hi1 hi bettor under ohlifH lions for a hunch l nice spring U onion llv IIi 1F TriiuMe of Mt Sterling delivttiuI interesting wruioii at tin Chriiii IYiroh tulra u1l111vl morn Ire Mr + T1 It anti andMlMtrhii law MIi 41hnl Wnlli won here Mm1 tiny anti Luiijjht ftro tHtsof Sirs IF N Day Aumr Lyklttf or Quuuy 1 was here ou Siur1 iv n roots fr m Plimpton where hllil tin visiting l iu fttI r for OII time M Nina Nickel and MIM Siral Wilof Muytown wero here Friday and till haN bought u hut of rx1Ily 11K miliiirl- ohn 0 Tom Ueveion of ViMt Liberty liar bt in town this week and is talk IngIlf locating in IHUMl Green in the near future FriJik Siin r irirlau rtlrtiapor sad Julia Tyler of Cunptin xltndrl the mcttin r of tha democratic county com mittce lurf nn Saturday llibort Diy Ui Mt his ranch M Frank- ILlrton Cainar D and has heen quite sick fr vral days put with emu pill monary trouble Willif feel uenr the Uaskoy schoolhouse on rjrM iy creek died Sunday last of fMvr i abnu M yours lie leaves a wif hurl frir children W il Cid flllod hisi apMTntmenti n t occupitdIsof this place in the ovvitiiiK Cc 0 D N EWS tunica from those t uhf fako floods Sureaparilln furs t dh IIfph Olllt rhenmtlttun l i i t HOODS CURES n rlili iWain of ntar Wiwt Liberty and t Mimni I1ixuI4 vof Jrwwy crel were II riling Kerr Ttiur dlay crud Mil Klnm and one of the Utter bought a hatt each rl Mrs P N Day Jhn ruvan and chlMren move- d1it l1 1 IIYi M inlay and Mn Craven we un1rIw1ll slsn Rfi there to n Me nl Hmn H her h nltb will pefnlit- lv T fabbmid iii hnvinj rent IIlit thir town property will return t tin r iinirr to reside and take then horn MM tII Murphy fork fur residence FMvr Tim Tom Ii nm hits not ye- itEnd np hU mind whether he will rr tnah hlr fir gn treat gsin Jut hfl will hei a taint week and ibould he conclude to go won ho will locate in IIHnolft tho he thinks Kansas a wonderful atute r R r i DefeatedQuitebnsebi I tllCluupton1 ubtlUtItI t contented game by the cluso score of 1 Iij I bthree1 jj securingaIi were near itillgh1I1Ii o hlttillJIovi r the game They might have with fiiirnrj playingbuten team ix quail before tiny aggregation uf star halll playtjutI taturdapniogslluel 1 rrrlIIii 11 I Y UI of U II l li III T- 5uup 1 b in1 j III Ii I 21 l 1 11 UI BtUIIi I Umplro Idhn Davis hItllllHome Run JuicLsull Tlireo Base Mu JIcDiarmid 2 Car nett 1- Twti lime Hits Ward Daniol Itussel and McDiarinid- Passed I Hall Daniels 2 Bays 1 KUH sell 1 Irrors ItInitiplnii S llad1 lirern 11 CIUIIItOilquarterCapt Tuckor Corrects Us WixciiisTiit 1C Y April 2i lEditor UIIIAID Thuro taW some er OuelllHIlrI follows On tlie t iiiiiiia hflrtt lbt light lien Muigan detailed me with fmiir comiianies to burn the stockade Whilt I the buys wore ettillg it on tire IIexrunin ed the situation fully cud on lieu Mor guns lost raid he sent me with a flog of truce to demand the surrender Col Moor1 was in comet utti and came onl i with a suiiiroati fist aud saidI that iilf it was on any other nay but the lib ol July I he might surrender but to cele l brute the Kb he would have to give UsM a little brush I knew then it would In a regimentC1luuaults light that slid not last forty minutes our regiment lust 05 inun and hix olliccrs who were killed outright or lietof wounds received It was thin Ifiercest tight I was ever in Wo lost HO many unlisted oleo My hat coat and pout were diul through eau the hackof my neck was scorched but no blood was drawn Your1 etc loiilUll T TUOKFlt Dr M C hash who has just located ill our town with his ollice at the Pay House iis prepared tit answer till rails lay or night and makes a specialty inrgery obstetrics and diseases of women in which I he has gained quite a repeat true in MiiKillin county where ho has Mdiced fur over live years IIn all ho iia4 lnrn practIt tag niedicino for IU kears Jackson1 ono year Campion one iear White Oak three years Farmers nearly a year At the latter place he etiive1 tf IIqjalllllIt nf pelisinil rXI nation and removed to tfalycrsville IaiI ollin retaining thecounty I1IIJilltIlHlItI which he still holds Ilit iT registered illIl hreo counties llowan Morgun Magoflin tutu of course will HlIIIII IIl1tllllilltI I 1 every Kind1 1of surgery and Ill female dis ased has llllilluIhilll for proficient iraelice people of this cction in event of their illness to give Mitt a trial confident that ho will please theta Ye his earlI in tliU paper The Farm Journal is unlike any other paper for one thing it prints no quack medical advertisements for another iit lakes five yeir stjIiMriptiiri a IIICIt the l inptv to its fiiliiiilior ill full time il they are any wliera on tub planet even if they move two orthreo times if they the their heirs get it Now w lire going to combine with the Farml Journal and send TIM HiiiAiD one yar and thi Farm Jeerednearly i years rentniudu- of won and all of IHOlI 11102 IJOl andiI 1101 to every advance posit snlnerib er new and old to Tinl HriiAiu This jront other had better be accepted before it isi withdrawn The debate Ht the Hcidemy on tin- ereniugIf I thin 7th ult wcreamonq tho- bul ever held in the ch Mil fhttoleodu made by the yuitnx women wero cap ially good and fr the inst part were well delitcrwi Some of the young men who spoke had studied tVirqiUM tines but little nllllof cotirto addidI tlO laurels to their records Three do 111ll1IIIIH 1 ha M a vrv pretnhh part ufr l the work of this ncadeniy Mud they are I irniriiii illi Internal The first debate of the next sfxaion will hi the evening o tptumbor 7ti thaitlthoIUI 1 lay dun Sunday morning at oclock I11I he will preach on tIll subject o- Baptism f ILIlie will preach Itt hose I nt 8 oclock on the saute day Every body jis invited to hear buth sermolllli and especially the dUeours on IInp1 i tllII I ficor Faulkner of liarboiirtllk was thetl olothiiiK Lonhyillo nn I 1 companylimy I another drummer lfMumlll Gnbbnrd n I Ltonnovllle who travels for a IoUl 810I muse They were guests of the Day I House f tv SayII think fur tho success of the party that next April would 1bc- I amply early to cull u primary I I John Davis thinks the primary should NUtHIIIllrjyItotertI ICash says tho ilea of a prlnmr a your and H half l fIre the regular el yHm j jrtIhr4lllutt half tin catid dates might IIw deadI Hurry Pttldllll think the primuhas been called too early fur the MUW of the party i t John ID Ruse ir Iis nf the npinin that the primurr should not lI liillr- l uniil titter the Nmemlier election If A ClutlbeoIxml of the ujjthat the primary fnrrnuntrollirrMMhu he held nfNrlhe November i coiii n M tu I think it would be better fur para su cexs Yet I will vote for the nntiltlcM lot the vote be token anytime Kd THII I bee sayn the prhnarv a Ir eurdirypartjIHo Wnnts tho Dtar Old Herald AUSTKIIHAM Mo April Lii PNIO1 1 JiIr HrRAll DMU fir Fneli ri you will tied money order fur 1 1111 l Itjj IIli1IIuuti one year presentFarmers InicelyIrcicntI IIICoupcrI Gil Julian S Cur the millionaire to I I bacio iiiainif ctiirer of Durhnni X will lirilllT tl LlrglelllirtnI III t IrI I federate Ueunion in Louivilli iliIIJune a1 They will bo attractively uni formed Another famous North Caro lion aauundwillI bring its faium I legend hint nt Brit llothcl Farliu tat Oetlysburg and Last at jji it tox ugItrl day last of la grippe ngclulxitu years He was one of the land in irls f that section clod considered one of tin best eitiens in that section Ill k1IIluitu a flllliIIIf grown up cbildrtii most of whom ore married cud 1 living in I His wife h thett the west preceded m to grave haying died about three yeah ago Mallard Marker who murdered his wife on the sth of April way tried in thcir toti JwllIrulIopinion of the public was that he would bo hung but tilt jury probably consid fed the fact that ho was nut overly bright and gave the sentence as above j stated i I Ship your wool to Elkhorn Wooen Mills They make the Ibest hlnllhlIcoverlids llaiinels jeans linsey tweedn IIlItillettllIIj work your wool at hump Kai Write agent at Gritty Creek 1 Kyfor ollrII or eee local agents with unples Watch for posters mud dates fur shipping Mr I Hemingway the secretory of the I Jersey Cattle Club says that Higgle ji Cow Hunk jIjII iiint comprehensive little volume ono of the best thingt on the cow question I have ever lookedI I into pricelis 10 els free by until addrers tIll pub lishers Wilincr Atkinson Co Phila delphia i John Tom Govodon of WIlt Liberty has rental of Mr W TI McNnbb her residence on the corner of Broadway mud I State streets crud will move Iris family hero on Friday to reside with us for 011I year nt leit On behalf of our citizeui j we bid them welcome to our lown and bespeak for them a pleasant sojourn You May Bond tho Sapling but not j thereon Vhin iltiii + hill 1M1OIln chronic nail il ii rtr4l it l14 uftili itiflirult In cure II lnllIU tin niiii u liy i lent totuki 111 Sarsaparilla whuii ilisiune taut oliuws IhIlMII Hoods Pills art M fnvoritu family cntllRrtlt1I Iige Itlaiikciiship was in t nskettl iiirI I I lie said he and our m a t thinking the fact thnt Hi had to andover a bit I I of a thing like that a good item of IICI jutted it down Miss Hanks nod Miss Pollock two germ of Campion were plrnnanl1 colter M al Miss Hertha Sample of lacy cftkII sail on Saturday they came to Ii thpe I I base ball grounds Ifyour horse or rattle rain lump bunch IH MU spavino curb splitL nr any like oilman go to John i M1 IHUM soil gut H bottle u uinnd Ointment which will ref inpvo tho obstacle U- Itev1 Tl Pierattj will prench at the prank JohiiMin schtxd hoiuo SutnrdHV night and Sunday at ti oclock in tilt afternoon and niuht Igtnt on salary f1 tftK per week atull oxK HHes the greatest agent roller tr-I produced every IIItOCI and poultry rai fr buy it on Mbt lustlent wanted 10 f ference Addr w with stamp Amerlcuii1I I Mfg CaIrrr Haute1 Ind tf trI Umo fIr all tvlio iuh riilHit for IHIi IIIItILI March t U now alit art t lluy nn ri innirnll iirccilI nTriiM nt nun iinil iiiU rulrtulagu four club role with thin TtrlrinVfi Cniirl T loiiriiHl rue I IS inontli Ilif I wrni Toiirniit vrry moritli until end of J i IUE1LCIU1Ii drnyI lnTarJlunrrnnvrnnuitntrrllefInwralc I uncn trolijfAln M 4 MciotUB t iVUucnli liy coughs Inflamed surfaces removedand ottteOnly lMMlInq91IA lnw IlHo JAYmEWrE CLY 1 iliiUorv fro InnnorJ11tiI M ry two iiuiii u ayoiir tliroo npjillcntloiiN or Ooinns Ointment J 1rlcoSi1prrluclutflta Hiuullvr iio Mi nln J Ark your for II If In iliKniini ki will relwi tin nf Ail111 lrt 4- W1IJDI AC X T I1 SOCOtIrlrfNWtwY + YYYJWd A HOFFMAN SON MAN Aj1m MT STKRL1XG 1ICY Slew- OE lYMUJmll zmJrnmzf IJI1S C + AgCU Jrf FlliE COMPANIES lUPlEHI lED fJSTLoniiH negotiated mud of eoliciUd F 1 rn J1 I I otJJ5iJ tr Ir I I I t 1 i I I oMrJn O II 0 c rt Ii 1 1 rA J laving decided to from Ilse Credi IIwill Mehlnil of my SIIIIP ILATIiS TlltK SlimNKKIlS IN IIhit IHILLetc etc ion noesr lo mention in tit LVffThis ii + a get chance for IIIHII tu Ih my entire interest in the linn of fi I DAVIS and reap the reward of in in building up trade fflII now cnjoyH Hut unlecu 1 an will jI once tools etc will be wild in 11Ito Hiiit In uhup isI n lad1tI of blacksmith tend wiigonmakcih1 putt rial such as iron wteel h halts nlimin liiuiln etc to be dinponcd of in IIi way AlsoI nil of my IJOrSFIIOIl AM1 KllCIIKN FUijMTUUK will be salt in iiiiuititien to suit inuclinccrp mud the herli harnosH two Middles nail a good i cow be sold 0- H A GROUNDHOG CASE I store me in face nnd nil I will mioi Ureen It in absolutely nie I I OnceIIhiulrei costs of cdlleclion UN I iii hit raid wilt have my money The old man you re member tried to C MIX Ifreqout of th apple tree mud failing in that he rcMir- i fed t treks I hype I wont have to trees any 1Grprctf ally II UOSIv r tc t trho fourthr of the I I undent st afiioii will Iwgin li Monday April 2nd I9OO An opportunity Y will 1 bt Kivi n to prwpun for r thMxuiiiinntioiiH forUach vy rS eertilllnteayY I for rrrlltitalea rxperl shnnld1 lrulIhere lukcjjiw TvurliVm 1Ylew iiiut8 WK H CORD Principal iIf J a n on w r Ring out the old Ring la tho now Ring out the false Ring In the truer We bring to you the and true from tbt piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PinoTarlloney 1 byscienceCurl for colds null nil of TubesThe urn exhlft rated 5 the InLrobe bearing mucus Is cut out tho cause of that tickling Is the Inttincrr membranes are healed and soothed so that Isi no Inclination to cough BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS 25o 60o and 100 SURE YOU GET Dr Dells PineTarHonijv vUWllhIliIQ Cr I Immu tryIIIlluncliot yiMiM uiiu old Ally wlLh hC4Il11ofiiruuiflflt illuupriimlil riwllil prlcv wrwYY W H PIER TT IIlnOH 1II AI U iRKFN KY HQFFMANPIERATT ULQLU 17 till btiHiilll4f11 tln immnlains 1 I r r Gr1IIi1YIXITTEPAlfelt t h 1IIi1YIXITTEPAlIT remove iurlutlnitail Home enterprioiiu HO mbar the the get r the titles ihe r dame ini will ihe luavo HoKol upsIthe rIIIterns on C I Ined nntl new tbcr SOLD Hn SELECTED BYTIIE USr- CoERIvMEt T FOR USE IN ALL THE t11 VgL HOSPITALS nFJD- UPRESCRIBEDI I hiI ALL TILE LEPDI t4 G INFII MFclESQFTllECOllrJTFy DISTILLED Bye WMCULUCH O WE4SSORO KEWTPJC GIVL- B1ftEI61l I AUDVISOJL 3onzTria1 7 nun IIK i rur vtrrtl 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wonderfully successful In promptlycuring lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Bright Disease which Is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested I In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to purchase I relief and has proved so successful In u every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble yenerous1IIIregular fifty cent and Homo of swamp nnoL- ii dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists i COUNTY i EfNO1Ctrt S o f BQrTo insure insertion AM corrcs pondetice must ho in this office by Monday night of each week nnd that nearby on Monday niominj jI Our correspondents are derelict in dutyifi- fi i and wo want to say that henceforth tillfi will not receive paper except for tinr week theyI have news letters We are itt dcpenlent upon them for the news nndc j i when they fail to send in their favors 3 j ii they put us to great inconvenience II K SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Heros my hand Uncle Item us come every week- Landford a Craft paid Salem a flying visit Saturday Little Blanche May is suffering withn i panned wrist thisweuk j Key Eo 1C Pike of hazel Green took dinner nt the Springs Friday I Harrison Swan 1I last week bought a cow and calf of Frank Duke paying 10 ill for themMiss Elsie Nickell of Hazel Green Visited her sister Eliza at BJOIIC Mays Sunday Clmrly Craft accompanied Holly Car 1 pouter to his homo at West Liberty sit urday returning Sunday 1 llav Bruce Trimble of Mt Sterling passed through here last week in the in terest of lush paper Several of our elect attended the do j bate at the llael Green academy Friday night and report an interesting contest j st mid nil enjoyable time W P Cecil mid Mrs D It May took dinner with their sister Mrs JHarmon Swango Friday and wo believe they ate a few inters April 30 UwnSUNNY blDE Undo Newt Lacy paid us a business call Saturday- pA ore J D DoBusk spent Saturday and Sunday with J A Trimble and family Ml s Lula Taulbee of Daysboro at s tended Sunday school and church nt Hazel Green Sunday 1 Crocket Coldiron and family were vis ding the family of Uncle llastus Brook 1 Saturday and Sunday neighborhoodher daughterJ Mrs O II Swnugn- l1rll Dora Swango spent Saturday at A Sunny Side Como again Dorn you willII I find the latchstring on the outside The following young ladies were visit ing your writer last Friday Misses Dan Cravens Mattio Evans and Daisy r and Pearl Day- Cliarley has been employed by a 4millI company at Olencairn Wo think BOiiio one onld take his place anti give us the lOayaboro news To scribe called on Mrs Mn Cecil last I week and was sorry to find her in such delicate health Hoping that her visit to Kentucky wilt be beneficial to her Saturdayaen route to Grassy Bring that bird i over nnfonl nUll give her sumo Spring water Wo got such a licking last week wo a thought we would not bo able to give you any news this week but wo have tied up our bruises in a rag and will do our best Wo Nero su prised to hear Undo Ko mus say that ho thought that wo were offended at what he said about Mr 1 Cooper and Bro Wilson running for an i office Such u thing never entered our head wo are not so easy to get offended He said that ho didnt know that there pas politics in n county office Well we must confess our ignorance for we tw thought there was politics and all other L kind of ticks in it And be seems to think that there in a trick about our name nnd adds Miss to it When iiit might ho Peeks bad boy for nil he knows He suggests that we take a plush rocker and let Mr Cooper am lire Wilson settle the says We thought took tho vote of the people to teal the matter in question It would he ia hard mutter for us to sit still that Inns unless Uncle Sam would give us a pos office nod let UM sit buck end rend postn cards Then my dear uncle we would take your profiered chair nod thnnk you iMay 1 SrsiKStMiiAM BREATHITT COUNTY JACKSON JINGLES The normal department closet Ma 12th UPV Logan is expected homo thIs weekFishing and boat riding is the order ol dayUncle Ben Big tnff was in our tridst MondayMiss Maggie Nash u suffering from afflicted eyes- Schools on both sides of the river art progressing nicely Mrs J 11 Wallin who has been quite sick for some time is improving slowly The contest among the normal depart meat for tho J C M Day prizo will be IllId next Monday The Presbyterian church at this place will soon be completed milt will be dedi tatted in about two weeks Dr H O Guerrant and daughter Mis Annie of Willmore were pleasant guests in our midst Monday Rev Kash who hits been preaching at the court house fora few nights returned- to his homo in Winchester Mnndav May 1 LoniiuxK MORCAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT candor Khun was visiting Geo Old Sunday Little Pearl niankenship h very sick this writingITim Trimblo nnd John Disc attended here Sunday i Wm Lnwson and wife were visiting n Still water Saturday John U Wheel r ronched nt this t place Saturday and Sunday I Miss Ada Cecil assisted in the singing it this place Sunday A J Hlankcnship is improving nicelj under the care of Dr Gevcdon I Rev J It Wheeler was the guest of lVf Wallace and family Sunday Miss Ella Cecil and brother Clav vis ted relatives on Lacy Creek Saturday i Volney Oldfield hits again made his I ippenranco on this sido the ridge Wonder what is up now Ur Curtis Gevedon was on last Thurs lay called to see A1 Blankenship whoJJ inn critical condition r Miss Ella Cecil met with a very pain ful accident on lust Sunday by beinjI brown from a horse j John Taulbee was visiting his father nlaw Sunday and his two littlo daugh I ere Lillian and Grace accompanied tim Two charming young ladies of Consola ion were stricken very badly last Sun J layone walked bile tho other hind the rimblcs Misses Annie Hlankenship and Myrtie lillispio Lige HlankenshiplimTrimble iml John like were the guesti of yo scribe siinday Jim Trimblo was inquiring about the heartier Sunday Wo believe ho means nisincss any way but the girl hasnt said- nothing about it yet April yi EINXIM GRASSY OKKBK Corn planting is tho order of the day MM Josh DeHutk is very low at thbIwriting Miss Either Prowcr was visiting Ilcsfct Jishop Sunday Born to tho wifo of Nelson Bishop a irl named Tressio May Misses Ida Oldfield and Emma McGuire ire visiting in the Jams today lushI think then will be a wcddiu to report by and by Keep still luu Miss Lillie Havens and Mort Wilson intended church at old Grassy Sunday Monroe Qovcdon of Grassy Lick won to Maytown Saturday on legal business Billie Wilson who has been confin ui to his bed for somo time with fever is nblo to be out again Can any ono tell why Willie Wilson huts not been back on Grassy Say Willie the Lillie has not fadedaway yet Harry Caskcy came down from Rod river to nttend church at Grassyand from his smiles ho must luvo seen hit sweet heart Tommy Daniel George Fnnin and Mart Adlcins have justcompleted II fine lot of yawing on Grassy and now are doing to move their mill to Little Hrcnthitt Died April JOth Willie Vest living on Grassy loaves a wife and four little girls and a host of friends to mourn hiI loss Buried Monday at tho Cecil and Carter grave yard near the mouth of Grassy Death came and took our old brother Billie Hcnsly April the 27th lie died at his home on the Long branch leaves several children n host of friends and relatives to mourn his loss You sco we diilnt conic here to live always A sleep in Jesus blessed sleep From which none ever wakes to weep A calm and undisturbed repose Unbroken by the Inst of foes April 30 CAHMA l MiLLENERI r 1 i MIZE MITES I Elias DeBusk went to see his best girl Sunday in Menefee Mrs Ellen Caskey and brother Bruce Lewis were visiting on Grassy Saturday II Klld Hu I 1I Miss Emma McGuire of Omer is visiting I her cousin Miss Ida Oldtield at MieI this week Married April 22 at the residence of the bride Mrs Itilia Henry nee Cecil to IU S Jackson of Magolfiu Rev Pike jfliciating Died at his home on Fillea branch April 29 Willie Vest after a long illness of typhoid fever We extend our sympathy to the friends of the deceased Miss Ida Oldfield had for her guests Lulu Evans Emma lcGutreI 11 Bliss Bruce Lewis Jesse Halley and Rev Ilarlcn Murphy They lIlt report a line time April 30 YEP TUB HKRAID one year the Courier Journal one year and the Farm Journal or live years All three for 100 K1 Book and Old ti OUR RECORD Esti 1878 K 250000 f R MEN CURED WE CURE KK K K J against nature when icnbrnnt of tho terrible crime you were committing Jid you only consoler the fcinntiiiff allurements of this evil Unlit When too Into to avoid tho ter riblo results were your eyes opened to your peril lIitl fOil later on In man hootlcontmetnny lIlI An or 11LUUI dlfoncoY Wcro you cured Do you now II nud then sea 501110 alarming symptoms U Hare you nmrry in Sour present con J dltlnn You know LlKli FATIIEK IY2 IAKKI SON If married nro you con KIfyl Fin Ittly living in trend Is innrrinco a 7 failure ulth youon account of any weak f7T ntss caused by early abuse or Inter ex r ai CCMOS llnvo you been druRecd with r2 mercury This booklet will point out to K1 41 you tho results of thcw crimcn and ixilnt out bow our NKW METHOD TllKAT MKNT will positively euro you It show how thousands have been sated by H our NEW TUKATMKNT It rovci I how wo cnn OUAKANTEK TO CUHK U ANY CUUAULK CASE Oil NO PAY fWo treat and a VAUICOCEIU SYPIIIIiIS OLEET r ST1UCTUHE SE P CIICT DRAINS 11NNATUttAL DIS U lIIAItOES KIDNEY and DLADDEI diseases Tho Wages of enclosing Jo itamp KIIKB If nnnnlo to call write for BLANK for HOME fllBATMENT DTt9 122 W T O a state to represent me in their own urn surround jug counties 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