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II i Y r l t runHAZI3L GREEN IIEkALby Established March 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of 1 Jonathan and HIs QOntlnent1 bv Mt Z ORe11 f lIl u j SIXTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN VOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY I THURSDAY AUGUST 0 1900 NUMBER 8 1 iijj IIii n Im The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 TKIl TEAR t i I n fJ Y 1 S NOTES JJCOUN e SJTo Insuro l naertiontlacorr- e ea- e 1ti must bo in this office by Monday night of each week fled e f that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty f f theyfI p F week they have news letters We nre- e e f dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favors they put us to great inconvenience tItII I I Y TOLIVER TOPICS S r Hurrah for Sunny Side Alex Tolivor is on tho sick list FrrRev Billio Davis spout Friday night with A B Swaugo EO Taulbee and Curtis Rose it paid us a pleasant trip lust look Miss Emma Cox was visiting her z friends and relatives at Glencarin i this week Prof Cord and Ed Taulboo f passed through Tolivor on route to Hazel Groon Harry Perkins was slinking hands ttWith friends in Tolivor and Clifty t4last wool ik Dr1 M Kash extracted some t toeth for Allio Landrum which tt gave roliof immediately Jim Hanks and wife of Camp ton wore visiting F Coxs family r Sunday last Bro Billie Davis gave us an in terosting talk at prayer meeting r Friday night t Shiner had tho priviligo of casting a rayon tho Drake i last Sunday Misses Mollio Clark and Hilda Cox wore pleasant guosts of Miss Etta Swango Friday night Bro B M Mnnnin has just ro turned from a protracted visit at Morohcad and other points I wondor what is tho attraction down thereR V Mrs Margarott LawPl whoso illness has loon ropoitod several it times is at this writing much bot tar and visiting her parents A B R Lnudnnn and family it 0 say Susio Sunbeam dont lot suspicion enter your mind You IJnro right it takes n groat deal of music to do mo and if youll prom ft iso mo sonu music Ill call at Sun ny Side soon Quito a number attended tho L campmeoting at Grassy from Tol- ll iver among those wore 1V A Oldfield and family J B McNabb and family J J Catron and funi ily H A Mannin Misses Lucy McNabb and Etta Swnngo W f fi Sweeny Clotis Swango and yo r scribe Wo had a good time you bet Aug 6 SlIISEK J DAYSBORO DOINGS Miss Callio Onoy passed through fif Daysboro FridayI Mrs M J Onoy sport tho day Uth Mrs J W Paulliee Sun day i1 Quito a number from this placeI 11 f attended tho campmeoting Sun I day Miss Clara Nickoll spent a fow l pleasant hours with yo scribo Sat 4 r Urdny J Rov Dawson loft Monday for West Liberty Wo wish him much success r Miss Addio Shokoy of Lee City is visiting her brother Alex Shokoy E of this plnco r Tho mooting at this place which 9 i ias been conducted by Rev Daw f son closod Sunday night d f Harry Perkins of Lacy creok Was tho guest of Willio Alexander front Saturday until Sunday o Sunbenmtbatfirst column because they are so- tt- interesting Aug 7 LENA e 7 7 rr6Ja x SUNNY SIDE Ova Swango nnd yourwifetor noonMiss plonsnnt Saturday LulnTaulbeecrook Sunday afternoon ki i neighborlmoodness call Saturday Lena nowslettorovory weokwo onjoy them BO muchCharlie 1 ono of your live on orgotic traveling correspondents gavo us a brief but ploasant call SaturdayMrs ow Lacy who hns boon on the sick list for tho past two or throo weeks is improving and will soon bo herself again Arbury Brooks in company with Crockot Coldiron of South Hazel Green made a business trip to Bronthitt county last look Miss Minnie L Day ono of Volfo countys most onthusinstic touchers in company with Lanford Craft of Index gavo us a pleasant call Saturday evening Mother1 How much thoro is in that word If thorn is ono earthlyI blessing for which moro than an other wo fool thankful for it iis still spared to mo to whom I cnn apply that endearing name Brother Dickey of Campion passed through this section Friday on his way to Pinhook This good brother is a great church worker anfta man who loves his religion his daily walks in life iis n big sermon for tho people Of such iis our ideal Christian Thank you Spicy Hill for your kind invitation to como to Spen cer and will Rally do so as soon as an opportunity presents itself Vo know that we would enjoy our self with our old schoolmates thoro and wo could locate you also Your writer had the pleasure of calling on sister Pike Saturday Found her very sad over the recent loath of her dear mother Wo can think of tho coming of death and how it would be nnd knowing that it always aims a bright light but imagination will fall short and wo fool alarmed when wo find that it is headed for ono of our dovotod parents Tho world will lose its brightness and our homo its joy nut God is tho best medical skill Cheer up my dear sister your hold on this world is broken but Gods lending and you can follow after you can overtake your mother on tho top of Zions hill or life will bo a failure Jesus wants to toll you what this strange providence means and it will heaven to heart May Gods host blessing bo on you my dear sistorand yourlonoly father loft behind Aug 7 SUBIK SUNBEAM SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Harry Cecil of Grassy was tho guest of his grandparents Tuesday night Samuel Goodwin and wifo of Kzol spent ono night last wook with Harrison Swango and wifo James Cnin wifo nnd little son of Carlisle arrived Satudny for a recuperation at tho Springs- A Mr Case of Flooring county is now tho guost of Harry Swango and drinking Swango water Lanford Craft who is teaching at Index Morgan county epont part of Saturday and Sunday with his parents Judge G T Center of Stillwator wns around with us Friday in the interest of time roads which arc in no good condition C F Combs of Campton who J I V fnrnttof has boon assisting Hazel Green in marking tho tolo phone lino through horo gavo us a vory pleasant call Thursday M T Byboo Matt Cornolispn nnd John Baumstnrk jr agents b vaM1a for tho Baumstark stoneware house at Waco Ky camped with us Thursday night on their way to deliver goods thoy had Bold to S C Alexander nnd Oscar Fnllon of Daysboro i Aug 6 UNO MORGAN COUNTYC- ONSOLATION CHAT We hnd a pleasant Clint with Shinnor Sunday Ho seemed to bo enjoying tho campmeoting fine Johnny Bhinkonship who has been quite ill for tho past two weeks is able to bo out ngnin Lonzo Craft attended tho camp meeting Sunday nnd caught ont of tho flnnst spncio of Byrds wo ever snw Toro wore supposed to bo about grJundSundnseen together for some timo Yo writer visited May town Tues day Although wo have boon in Kentucky for quite awhile this was our first visit to tho beautiful little town Wo have been attending tho cnmpmeoting amid did not get in n letter Inst wook but hope tho edi tor will oxcuso us this time and wo will promiso not to do it any moro H II Blankonship who has boon visiting relatives on Licking roturnod Sunday bringing with him Miss Lizzio Long tho charming sister of Mrs Blankonship Miss Lizzio will remain in our midst for some weeks Died Tuesday night July 31 at 10 oclock Mrs Darkoss Tyler nged about 65 years Sho was n member of the Baptist church and a good christinn woman Sho suf fered but a short time being sick only about five days Sho loaves a husband and several children besides a host of relatives und frionds to mourn her loss Aug 7 KINNIM EZEL DOTS F M Lykins of Malone was inI town Saturday on business Buford Piorntt of West Liberty hns removed into tho property va cated by Bro Combs Misses Clara Pioratt Lizzio Cox and Miss Browning have returned to their respective homes Borry Piorntt who hns boon out drumming for tho past two yonrs is nt homo for awhile C S Sample null wifo of Lncy crook wore visiting Mr Samples parents Saturday and Sunday Dr H V Nickoll of Ardmoro 1 T surprised his parents by stopping in homo last Friday own ingOur streets tad roadways are bo ing crossed considerably by tolo phouo lines limo lino to West Liberty will ho completed this wook and Dr A B Nickoll hns just put up n lino from his homo to that of his soninlaw Millnrd Dennis on Groasy Rov D G Combs family re moved to Morohead last wook to make that place thoir homo Wo yore truly sorry to soo thorn go Ezl has lost a good citizen and tho young peoplel will certainly miss two social lights Cora and Lena Wo wish thorn all ploasuros possiblo and trust they will some timos think of Yo olden time in our little town Aug 0 LuAiirTH ANN 65c Wo want 600 new sub ecribcrs nnd for 30 days will take them at 65 for 12 months including the Farm Journal until December 1901 Now IS the time to subscribe Come on with your cash II All who desire to wear nicely Inundriod shirts collars cuffs etc should call on Robert Cord agont for tho Lexington Stonm Laundry tho work of which is superior to thnt of any laundry in tho state tf Copies of this paper mnyjbo found on file at the office of our Vnihlngton correipond ent Eo 0 Slcgen 018 F Street NW Washington D C v f Lotter from Jim Tom Pleratt BUSHTON ILLS July 81 1000 Brother Cooper you will find enclosed 05 cents for which please smid Tin HERALD and Farm Jour GrangoIllshave Tin HKUALD for it gives him tho news of his childhood homo Wo have very warm weather now and thoro is a groat deal of siok ness Broom corn cutting will bo FnyottJamesbo in demand Mrs Kvolino Ohinr of Paris Ills is visiting her sister Mrs Alice Fraizor Little Sunbeam wo are glad to road your letters they give us so much news from Sunny Sido Con yourlettersdont think I over saw 1 cloud on your face News is ecarso this weok Think T will have moro subscribers for TUB HKUALD soon Best wishes for the school and TUB HBHAID As over your friend r T PIBUATT J Cciis anfCj anion Why Heed away from hom for pinnoos organs Bowingmachinos buggies ito whoa wo can nnd wills you money nnd goods will bo firstclass Wo soil direct from factories and Have you tho jobbers profit which is always big enough Wo will repair your sowingma chinos watches clocks t c in first class style and nt reasonable prices Vo chin astonish you in prices on fino bibles picture frames watches jewelry etc oct Kindly solicit ing tho patronage of Wolfo andI surrounding coutiofl Mail orders shall have special attention When answering this advertisement tiny you saw it in the HAZBI GKBBN HBIIAMI I am Very truly J1 GBVKDON 3tf Hazel Grooms TO TIIK IAv A nick lady cured of her deafness nnd noises in tho head by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his IiiHtitntc HO thnt deaf people tumble to procuro the Ear Drums may have them free Address No +156 The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NcwYorlc 1ly T f your horse or mulo hasa hlumpl bunch bone spavino curb splint or any liko ailment go to John M Rose and got a bottle of Quinns Ointment which will ro movo the obstacle tf Foe SttA scholarship in tho Commercial College of Kentucky Univorsity By early application at this office some young man can save several dollars tf The blackberry season is about over for this year It has been ono of the largest for several years Richard Franklin one of our colored citizens and threoof his children are all down with fever t I r I Y j 1 0 h Milliqorg 1 I110 Ffip Latest ujllilfy Qnrinir Styles II TRIMMED AND- UNrRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS 0 whichare uptodateufBlUol rrequcstedto0 DRESS MAKINGI MILLINERYSTO1t1 mlllS lncluding shirt waists shirt waist good etc etc and ate prepared to tit IluldosewingIn I am prepared to attdactlonI MRS F N DAY ooooeoooaeoop AAAAAAAAAooooo r yyyyy p tn A JAItI W It KABIt I KASH KASH v fttto neY8CLtLCLWJ HAZEL GREEN KY Practice In courts of tho county and give Hjicclnl nttvntlon tooollectloiii OOOOOHOOUO JPJlhtdc ttI lallI1i WINCHRSTKU KY V II WITIIB118POON President 11 IIUNlEIt Cashier Paid 20000000Surplus merdntieiieriiily tlirouglioul KfUtoru Kentucky andIleegltlinntB bnnklnir ootl81y W Citvlt WM L KASII CRAVEN 5 KASH4 A IIAZKL GRKEN KY 7a C a = r We have a nice livnmo and a full dock of COFFINS and CA8KJ7ra on liaiul at all time which will bo sold on tho mot tea donnblo tams Mr triple Kiwh will act an funeral dirc4 tor nnd furnish coffin and henna upon request Solliltlnq tho public IRtronnRtkw8 are respectfully etc fKE HARTFIELDI llnniliiiinrtnr Mt HtnrlltiB ZyptKKPUKH- KNTICUCCENHEIMER A Co IiYNCHllUIlG VA Itaportcrs and Jobbers of Dry Goods No hour and Fancy Goods Wo manufacture tho well known It IlKATSALL Iant and Overall Hold your orders until you see him STREKGTH DIVES j IAIID t ysTrla1Tltttnd ArplianeM Induce tna to olin It to uRtrtfiff nn on IJ la7 Trtiil acertaInamIuutIt WjUcuraI 1 mid that rpm willIladr Inv blltllI Tome lio ban Matt real Uetrtntnch trlU drea I wa gets to tTertIu their Judll8men IIId co4ld 1k1- 17nctrldtr N thx Rrh tat OWII on sate Its nn- n 1 currant Vutw m nd force Into w llliIr IIt- Wch rho content rtJIdrIItIl stended hr ln r 3 fW Elldrl 1 ancl = r ti- AnU tnnirn tt umllmbacaechlrweer atliIMAy1 rnulLbi TrOUa Itnr yxrv It UQIYIIlopel fm l1hlr Y11 mAr not JIIIYO tUb In U IOW bUt J it- VJJAR xP FOR 130 cotbtdente tlot you will ihtn tIIIllltt wiir I haro inch iiltfi toMnllltOTVttpNTUIAr WrtUUxtaV for 1IIrI lAm With refersqceeandsiyael- utuuuulle DMnt free In Mann MalIlCS IIQyIOI9o 11 enventornn Mtairt1 TO CURE A COLD Wf OKK WAIT ti 1 1 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine T jjM Xrl All druggists refund money if Itjwli cure 25c The genuine tall Leach 1 jPi tablet I ipfitIi I tl I loA r f tti1 1 t WC i 1 lrr a k- J pO 1 k11T1T T 1 JE THE HERALD J IpCNCEI COOPER Miter HAZEL CREEN KY tio THURSDAY August 9 1900 + nnoUn gmgnT + For Judge Court of Approl AppeltaLe1 1 date for of the romthllDlstrlcI ZiletioaED C OREAR For Itei rt entntlve0liit DUtrlrt We are nuthorized to IIn wijaaj nounce JAMES II CECIL Heprelentatlre anWolfetIllDemocratIcFur County Jude CONGLETON We are nillhor announceJl lhte eoulltyubJeotC partyCOMBSWe are authorized to an A T COMBS at ai candidate for the office of County Jtnlce of theDcmocmtlupartyYur Sheriff We anJjllMi 11DJ of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party RANISTAM1EltK u I j gherlO of Wolfo county subject to the notion of the Democratic party We nnIofShellfff of the Democratic party toLJJlXlVliXO cPEJtKISe for the olline of bherill of Unlfe county subject to the action of the Democratic party For County Atlitriiity anTas n candidate for County Attorney of Wolfe county subject to the action of the Demo critic party For Jnllrr milUlJJlJlJlXttt n otndidatc fur tin office of Jailer of j ttote county subject to the notion of the Democratic party CO nilnUN a candidate for Jailer of Wolfe county sub jeot to the action of the Democratic part- yTYLEIL1Ve arc authorized to an JOHN IJ TYLER of Catnpton M n candidate far Jailer of Wolfe county subject to the nation of thei Democratic party For County Court Clerk rnUIvIeDre nil Ihndzt11I to an W 8 TITTT as a candidate I for reelection ns Clerk of the Wolfe County Cotirt subject to the action of the Democratic party HOT T n TWo nuthoried to ranllOllllce RICHMOND HOi I OY Ri a candidate for Clerk of the Wolfe County Court subject to the action of the Democratic party For AlleUllIjj SPENCERLiUUl I tor Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the Action of the Democratic party t anWWILSON as n candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to the action of the partyr are authorized to nu CRUEYWe G W CRUEY us n candidate for Assessor of Wolfe county subject to action of the Democratic party For County Superintendent anJVM ft candidate for County Superintendent of Wolfe county subject to tho action of the Democratic IRrtjj toTAULlXbLTAULBEK IU a candinate for County Su j perlntendent of schools for Wolfe county subject to tho notion oJ the Democratic party EXCZAU REED snid 11 mad hill McKinley whoa I appointed him chairman of tho committee on ways and moans and it was tho worst job of my lifo WOULD it not bo a good idea to send Rathbouo and Noely over to i j tho Philippines so thoy could stenltI t the insurrection What about itr Mack THINK twicoof your honesty or l before takingyour dishonesty any i of Himnaa filthy lucro for your Ibo Iotefor his Little Willie 1Yl 4- u i 0 11 l 4 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR JnESIDE T WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN 1ofNebraska FOR VICE HIKIDKNT ADLAI E STEVENSON of IllinoisI FOR DOVE ItNOII J C W BECKHAM of Nelson County JOlt CONGRESS J BANFORD WHITE of Estill County Iv our paper today appears the announcement of Alfred Miller who aspires to the office of jailor I of Wolfo county Mr Millar has always been a democrat and in his precinct Lee City is considered wheel horse as ho is an indefatigable worker Weather never pro vents his going or stays his coming when n democratic candidate is involved and though a poor man ho never fails to coutri ute his mito to the good cnuso of demcc racy He was a candidate three yours ago for the same position and ho and his friends claim that ho was thou fraudulently defeated in short foully dealt withor ho would today have beets our jailor But notwithstanding he voted and worked for the ticket and has never had illfeeling to wards the party to the extent thatt he couldscratch a single nominee Ho is n simon pure BryanBeck ham democrat and will bo fount in lino in November whether ho gets the nomination or not But in respect to his past service and tho fact that he is n cripple having lost n leg some ton years since ho asks the nomination and1I promises in event of election t give it his entire time and those who have known him always assure us that ho will make as good a jailer as Wolfo evor had if indeed he does not prove tho best Ho has boon unable to make n personal canvass but appeals in this way to tho democratic voters and for Choi suffrage in tho primary will over feel grateful ONCE moro wo appeal to tho dom ratg of Wolfo county to give us tho nomination lo tho oflico of as sossor and we ask it not because wo are desirous pf holding office No indeed Far from it As be I fore stated we want this office that the salary may enable us to live withoutencroachingupon tho earn ings of tho paper so that wo can uso tho income from tho papor in making it butter Wo are ambitious to publish tho best country paper in Kentucky but with tho monger support it getsI from tho pooplo of the mountains wo can not do so Could wo have tho office of assessor and uso tho salary of that office to livo upon wo could uso tho earnings of tho youehole us in this matter THE gold democratic committee men of Indiana Illinois Ohio Michigan and Wisconsin till agree with Old Brother Simon Boliver Bucknor that there is no more uso ifor a third ticket in tIll field thou n wagon with n fifth wheel FROM all signs at prosont Wm Jennings Bryan is more populnfI i I than ever before Tuo other bar ref that Hanna is filling will not sufficient to warty his Littlo through in November e i AMONG the announcements in our paper today is that of W G W Cruey who aspiers to the office of assessor Mr Cruoy held thet position of assessor for two terms and is for thntreasoll better posted in affairs attending the office of assessor than any man that has yet asked for the place Besides he ii- a isi cripple having lost his left arm roars ago and he is therefore un able to do work on a farm or any manual labor He is a simon pure democrat Never scratched his ticket and always done all in his power for the success of the party He is a god citizen in all things and is elected will make the county one of tho best officials it over had With this wo leave him in the hands of tho democratic party confident that they will treat him right WHILE Senator Foraker stiffens his neck and holds his head brave Ily and keeps step to the music ol Hnnntin baud doesnt look quite Int home in the procession THE Seventh district congns sional muddle has been referrer hack to tho people but Mr Moody who claims to be tho nominee of the Paris convention says ho will stand to his puncheon and claim his rights Mr Trimble bolted the Paris convention clad ho shouldI abide tho consequences and retire from politics McKiMEV asked Who will pulll down tho American flag Ifind at 0the samo time ho presented Oren Britian withi a portion of Alaska MONEY may not bring happiness Hanna will find it so after the November election r 6JMHIl AR ONLYr WHITE TAR SOAP IN THE WORLD Sropis and IlurUicJ- tollct oap and- Fuwrirtothe c11 black tar Uc apiln every way It contains all flic ticaltrt IlnllI J naps Vh entire freedom from their objec UOllatte features It soili neither t nvel nor wash bowl for its lather It snowxvhite It lathers in Hard or soft water far more trecly than other tar reaps and being too per plfl Itc ntnini much more glycerine than other soaps and this together with its tall thick lather make it A ktngamong shampoo snaps In the treatment of skin scalp and hair diseases aggarated cues nldandtua scald head fail recommendcdlhsieLnsand In cases of chafe or heat rash the soap is peculiarly efficaciousAk your dealer for it MANUFACTURED BY 9 CLINTON SOAP CO CLINTON IOWA mlDedellrlDIgoodu1TkSPUING 1900 Trees Plants Vines GzmlclITh6Fruit and Ornamental Trees tarneuslUtubarbi ntlllInpplieatfon II F JIILLENMEYEIt Telephone 279 Lexington Ky HERALD 1 IUJI THB LEADING CLOTHING 1 U i I E JT CI Vtt rx Louis GUS trau a u LE I CiI N l- 1m r ADVANCE IN PRICES = NO ADVANCE IN PHI CRj 440000 Worth of P1110 ClotMilLt zAT THE OLD PRICES y ilyouil Beautiful Suits at 5001 Other Dealers ask 1000 l BBa a01811 Worded Suits at JUt Other Dealers ask 1000u iBeautiful line of Boys and iChildrens Clothing We will save you 40 per cent Largest in the state j When you come to Lexington make our store your headquartersLOUiS 5 GUS STRAUS j LEXINGTON KY 2rMail Orders Filled Promptly rtrr Jp r J rI0 t 1n b oo I 3 bG 1o k1o i 0 a Mri1eA1 YQUdrial l c f I onetJ5 2 Companys Qr p fet fitting Suits you will never he eatlsfictl to year anything else This greatp theyknowlookThey mtdeeby is honest Inside andout measureby lhoi2s for custom mtiUe garments mutt othcrspM rockboUom P BIG SAMPLE BOOK Cnll Overflo DISPLAYED BY r SOLE AGENTGAMPLES r J EY i HAZEL CREEN KY ti ll l2YWi2TrTsdsTel4frTT TsT7MRTe4s k + Fw 1r QUINNS OINTMENT- FOR HORSES stands at the head ofallvctcrjua remedies Such troubles as Spavins Curbs WitidniiflTe S iiMi have oo terrors for a Horse if the master keeps and appliesQuinus Ointment All tvcll known horsemen speak or it to the highest ternh vied Mina qulnnl t Slbl r of Franklin Paortnere or SI B1 brother of lste BI DOT write tl nsrs Woc6ertolllrecoawrndittoourfriend buuuPricc r mailW I L WHITEHALL N Y f 1 1 i4 J JJrj 11l li 1Lq fflliII SffO S 1 the finest line and greatest variety of LADIES AND CENTS BOOTS fSHOE bcrorrIIrecentworldbeater rtco Ican show thorn n frontlace shoo t1ef onethat1 stockRespectfully y ROSt 5 I y4 r r c r7TrA i LM r r 4 u = F4tHoods PD8- 1sJAre prepared from No f L1tures mild laxatives and fwhile gentle are reliable r TheyrCure Sick Headache Bil- iousnessI Sour Stomach t arid Constipation Sold H everywhere 250 per box 1 prcparedpyCIfloodCoLowelMasi fMI HERALD AV FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Doc 1003 OffernNearly 5 Years By spgcinl arrangement miule with the publishers of the FAR JOURNAL we are enabled to offer that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD ono your ahead for only 100 both papers for tho price of ours only jour pa por one year and the FARM Joint XAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 years The FAHMt JOURNAL is an old established pa per enjoying great popularity ono of the best and must useful fern papers published This oflfT should bo accepted without dolay The hot weather has something to do with the scarcity of news A M Miller of Lee City candidate for jailer was in town Wednesday There was about 1000 people nt the campnieuting at the Cash school house on Sunday lust JIV T Sxviingo last week shipped a car loadof hogs to Cincinnati and accom panied the shipment lIon Finley Fogg of West Libirly pxssed through hero Sunday en route to Camptoii and returned Monday Monday wad county court nay at Camp ton and quite a crowd attended from tlai place The town was full of candidates Robert Kash went to McCausoy Listl Urday evening where ho visited his mother Mrs John Cravens until Sun day evcuug- Sam Wilson the buss painter leftl Monday for Frenchburg Ivy Sun says he hni several large jobs of painting ina Mcncfce John M 11 ise and wife left Wednes day morning for Still water Mr Hose went on business while Mrs1 Hose will visit friends There will be preaching at Lee City next Saturday night and Sunday morn ing The services will be conducted by- Re II D Adams H F 1icrntt and wife went to Camp ton Sunday evening and returned Mon day They were the guests of Mrs Pieratts father S S Comb Robert Kash is agent for the 1lom Steam Laundry of Mt Sterling and willI send his basket every two weeks Shirts I collars cuff etc laundered in the best styleII I SfQOOH 1300 01115ohL MijiHWi I Bsaiis saloon fci io7jijA pint 1lIJ11IIII 8qI Rev 11 D Adams returned home the latter part of last week from Shulo KyI where ho had been holding a series ofI meetings Eighteen new members were added to the churchIHazel Green was very quiet on Sun day last The cause of it was on account of nil who could get a conveyance of any kind took in the campmceting at the Caskey school house I a tUiilk l F A L1tON JRJLeading Insurance Agent of Eastern KentuckyO- ffices Deattyvlllc and Jackson I 1 LINES TQ PUtiTS BY BAM WILSON Sept the 11th year 1000 ordWUlagainAnda9ordTodaughterAud strifeTorunny scenes In the great arena of life 0I1 delayWhile timeThisonooWhileprim 0send GreenTheWhere IClrnlngsllurcst rnWillle More than three hundred teachers Can truthfully declare This gem adorns their thankful hearts An emblem rich nnd fair And carries tlicm oer lIf stormy wave No matter in what clime tiThesparkle of this brilliant gent In shining all the time givenOfAt the closing of the school in June So bear tidy in your mind Let every young man try his bull And woman do likewise To giftsFrom Toachors Institute CountyTeachers CamptonJuly Profllnoied m itlicient work as our instructor 2iid7Ittt we tender to Prof J J Dickoy our thanks for his cooperation untiringlutenst3rdIlia we appreciate the succeys ful courts of Superintendent Lncey in milking the institute a success also tho patient and efficient work of J W Taul wee as secretary dab=That we through Prof E 1K liishoj for his appreciation of the schoolwork in giving to the teachers of Wolfe county the use of the school building during week of institute 5th=That wo extend to the people of Campion stud surrounding country our heartfelt thanks for their hospitality and kindness during week of institute presentssystem of Kentucky and ask tho next general assembly to dcvio sonic plant or enact cormltionI ers fth That we as teachers of Wolfe county condemn the press for maligning and abusing the mountain people as u whole as outlaws tool uncivilized W H CiiAMiunis lJONATHAN EUirninus Com E T HASH j Track laying along the Ohio andr Ken lucky railroad will begin about tho 15th of the present mouth From the point where it intersects with the L K to Leo City the grading has been practical ly completed and as soon as the rails art laid down the irons for the bridge across Kentucky river will be hauled to their destination and put in place rafter which the road will be speedily constructed The editor of this paper paid a lying visit to tilt little city of Lee City on Sat theoninny evidences of business thrift and prosperity abounding It was the first time wo ever lad the pleasure of visit ing the place which we think bids fair to be quite a business place as soon as the Ohio and Kentucky railroad is built to that point and that will be within the next few mo- nthsreee Nursing Mothers dread hot weather They know how it weakens and how this affects the baby IneedImore abundantf- Aem and e1 All druggist M Who says so Farm Journalsays to and if the Farm Journal says it is eo You must have it j so march up and pay for TUB HIRAU a year ahead We have clubbing arrangement by which wo can send our paper and tho Farm Journal for nearly five years the balance of 1900 and all of 1901 1902 1903 and 1901 at the price of our paper alone which is only CO cents Iay up and be happy WuntcdAny where from 100 to 250 bushels of wheat to be delivered nt once For particulars call at this office Tim HERALD and Farm Journal both papers for G5 cts u AutaayTho Academyduringing More pupils than usual are make tythetlrtmontthey will patronize Hazel Greet 1cnJ ciny during the coming session Tlu courses of study will be full and com tillbestj unexcelled The session of lJOO1101 itshistorySeplentber IUgglcCowtutu photographs from life There are eight colored paintings of as many different breeds Higgle Cow Book is cream rich Jersey cream you ought to have it Price iis 50 edits bmail j address the publishers Whiner Atkinson Co Phila delphia Music at Hazel Green Academy Miss Mabel Grey Cross who wits in charge of tho music class of Hazel Green Academy during the last session will be in charge during the next session She need no words of commendation from our pen for her work here among her pupils speaks for her ability as n teacher She is a thorough tip to date teacher of music and every ono should take ad vantage of the opportunity elf red mere for obtaining a musical education Let every pupil who wants mirh an educe tion be ready to begin in her clatsc at tho opening of the session Tuesday September 11th Among the registered guests at the Pay House last week wo unto the follow ing Frank Stamper Pat Howe and Weed Congleton of Campion jGrorge Salluy of the couty j DrHrcck Tu ill bee wife toad little hey of Mt Sterling j Mrs John Craven of McCauley and Julia Lynch of tho world at large Henry Wilson of Davsboro on Thurs day lust bought of John Jose of the same neighborhood two blood buy geld hugs half brothers and 0 years old each for 200 cash in hand They are 10 hands high with black manes and tail work any where and are as sound as Spanish mill 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this well known Iimtl tutlnn For calulog or any par ticulars call on or write = WM II COW FOR SMAU FAHM of 50 acres 4 milo iof North Middletown Bourbon county Ky good plenty of water firstclass ordor Call on or address J S SWIKSKY 528t North Middlotown Ky GETI YOURNOTCtt1ADBEnvelopLetterheads i brace Jill 8n printed at HERALD offlo of 1- r J HOMEAND hUH for many yours boon ilho loading agricultural journal of tho uouth and BouthwcHl nmdo by farm1 urs for farmors Its Home Department by Department Department and over tHol1ow for rnEEti Preparatory FARM SALE- A improvements FARM JOHH BURNS ADAMS Silvarsmitn ana Jeweler LEE CITY KY lleimlra Clocks VateItef and Jewelry ofy all kinds at the lowest prices tumid gusran yi tees Bntliinptlon hi nil cases y- jltirtjpeclnl attention to orders by mall L CflSH iTHE tI BltltkereJllru of the PAr rr0Mi1pereuwn kuanINss OLUPAIERBClevee4tlgsrt is2 t t 4- r t Y itl r a r ivfb i f kt + n r 9 YF 5 T A u f I1 J I 1 TRAGIC DEATHI The Story of An Eye Witness to the DeathI r ot Gen Lunar In the Philippines PANIQUI P I Juno 8 1000 To the Editor of THE HERALD I solid you the story of tln oyo wit ness to the death of ion Pillar- Dol Lunar second iin command p tho Insurgent army which occurred near San Isidro ono year ngo to day The story was given mo in Spanish by Lt Col Abecollio first on tho staff of Gun Lunar at that timo Gen Fuuston was leading the advance up tho railroad north from Manila during tho months of Apriland May 1899 and tho first of May found our boys in tho town of San Fernando about twenty miles north of Manila During an attack on this place Gcu Lunar was dangerously wounded The following story by Col Abocollio will explain all that transpired from that time on to tho day of his death one month afterward Tho fighting was very hot said tho colonol and Gon Lunar and stall wore in a vory exposed position Lunar was sitting on his pony with his fluid glass directing tho firo of his troops against the American Hues I was just behind him and was intonly watching the movements of tho ouomy I could plainly see by tho aid of my glasses tho faces of Gon Funston and staff about ono milo from our linos Gon Lunar soomod to In1 dirooting tho firo on Funston and staff intend of the Amorican sol diers Whilo tho firing was warm est Lunar turned to mo and grave ly remarked that Funston was a bravo man Ho had hardly ut tored tho words whoa a Spring foul ball struck him in tho right silo seriously wounding him Ho foIl from his horse in an uncon I scious condition I slang from my horso and restored him to life again by administering small quan tities of bins tho native drink After ho came to I carried him off tho field to a sncludwl village milos away whore ho was nursed for ono month under my nyo before ho was uhli to return to duty Aguinaldo had boon diyun by this limo to his mountain capitol Ilnynmlmu on tho Rio Grande river ono hundred milo north of Manila Gmi Lunar and 1 winl undor disguiHO to that placo died III reported for duty Tun BII Ho was at ono assigned to Irisi com mand and ordered to Sun Isidro a I i town sovornlI miles southeast of i Hayambau in tho heart of tho mountains Wo arrived at that place after two days hard march ing without food or rest The ovoningwo arrived at our destina tion jjunar received orders from Aguinaldo to como back to Bay ambau immediately with his on tiro command Ho being tired Hick and not being fully recovered from his wounds refused to comply with tho order from his chiof Aguinaldo at onco soot ono of hit captains to investigate tho matter for ho suspicionod him of boing in league with tho Americans Tho captain arrived and proceodod to pour forth upon tho head of tho gallant Lunar vile epithets too dirty for a decent man to use A quarrol was tho result and tho captain ordorod him under arrest i by tho order of Gon Aguinaldo I Lunar rosonted this insult by striking him tho Captain and placo ing him in irons That night ho managed to escape and hired two cowardly cutthroats to kill the general next morning Tho fol lowing morning Juno 8th Lunar and I woro walking in front of tho convont whon wo woo fired upon by tho two ours employed to kill us Gen Lunar was shut through by a Mauser bullet but managed to keep his foot and pulling his gun succeeded in killing ono of his slayers before tho second ball end od his lifo It was a horrible sight After ho foil two soldiers sovorod his head from his body and pitched it into a ditch near by I wont out and covered it with earth Thus 4 4ended tho caroar of tho truest bravest officers in tho Insurgont army Aguinaldo not oxcoptod 1 oathiynand surrendered tho wholo com mand to a Captain Rico of tho American army tho next day I ate now n peaceful citizen of Lu r zon and am anxious for American i government s 1 This IB the story given mo by w Itheabove named Colonel who i3 f tits mostintoIUgcnt man I t isII y YSK met in the Philippines l If is of Spanish decent and has u lino education Ho is now a rico merchant and it was during his stay at this place I mot him and hoard the above story from his own lips Ho showed me the receipt of his surrendor to Capt Rico also his parole Very respectfully CAUJnFRfManill1PJ 11ONLY 11 ONE DOLLAR Less ttan a cent a day THy 10RNIN6 HERALD of Lexington Ky The Great Newspaper of Ik Blue mASS t t The Most Ably une Pay per in the South j From Now Till December I Send Your Name and Your Money NOW 11ONiY1 Jsi1 o JR M C KASi- lPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ollico at Day House HAZEL GHKKX KY Will mwvor Titles Jay or night Stir gcry obstetrics and dice i os of females a ipucitiliv Keep n mipply of mrdieiiioH Lexington and Eastern Railway lImo Table In Effect May 20 1900 EAST BOUND STATIONS T I o exlSuudny I I I AM ILye I IMI 11Loxinitoii 7 411 inn t t pin palIviueheneerI 1111IputIndianpmCbtyJlIIIsllllltouiI I JlIIIIIhllllhwI I 1 pmt1Itllegnt i j Athol 10 I10 antII r1t piul Jackson i 130 111111I tI li pail WEST BOUND No I STATIONS pntlycx No 31 Suiuluy Dally Jackson G 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