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TTTY1 7- y t J h iTHE1 H EL GREEN HERALD i 1 1 Established Mwfc 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max 0 hell H 1 SIXTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 10 woo NUMBER 0 4 1 fr aovvcKR piry loflmThet Oldest Mist Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky MountainsIAtw y KK IB TEAK AdvB i rCOUNTYJEWSI NOTES S i eSTTo insure insertion ALL corres r byhipI A10UII ft V that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they will not receive papers except for the I week they have news letters We i dependent upon them for the news an I1 1when they fail to send in their faun they put us to great inconvenience I SUNNY SIDE i 0 Lena you spoke too quick We lost a nice hog last eek- I liko quinsII with something f Mrs John Brooks was visiting friends on Lacy creek last week India and Mollie Coldiron wen to see their sick grandma Sunday i Brothor Pike and family spou Friday at Sunny SIde Come again Brother Pike you are welcome Thank Uncle Jim Tons we i 1 I you feel highly complimented by the j sentiments you expressed and we most heartily return it We aijj ways read your letters with great pleasure1 Arbury Brooks and Moody Lacy spent part of last week in Monefee county Moody didnt want the girls down there to find out that he was engaged and Arbury didnt tell it as he is not much of aij talker Howard James sat on the front seat between two thieves and drove to Goodwins chapel Sunday but neither of them stole his heart for he didnt have it he had sent it to Cincinnati to be repaired OhlI we did have such a nice trip to Goodwins chapel Sunday Saw so many of our old school mates and some of them said that they would join us again the 11th of September j No Shiner wo wont sing for you after you done went and been i to Campton with her pap Noth ing short of a charming belle will satisfy you and we dont have f them at Sunny Side Uncle Rastus and Aunt Darcus Brooks was visiting their daughter Mrs Tonnie Spencer last week and while there Aunt Darcus was taken very sick and has since kept i her bed Brother Mills pastor of the J Methodist church at Jackson took jt dinner with us Friday Come again jt brother we like to have the broth t er preachers visit us Our dear j i f dear father was a minister and E diedwhile at work in Henry ji c county when your writer was a I f baby four months old 0 how thankful children ought to be whoI J v hayo had tho happy privilege of j y being roared by both parents Wo i have always felt that something j ki very near and dear has been missedAug 14 SUSIE SUNBEAM r TOLIVER TOPICS K Chester tho little son of Vm Toliver is very low f Mrs B F Bowling spent Sun fjday at 0W McNabbs t Lula Tr1 was slinking VmtwlfJI f CliftyhstMiss Mollio Cox is visiting CamptotthisOld Uncle Rastus Brooks and I 5 5lfli past through hero Friday i 4 and gave us a pleasant call 5 Old Uncle Joe Ross of Monofoo I Paid B F Bowling a visit Satur dayR1 MRev B M Mnunin and his Path erbnyo boon attending protrncted IUmeeting near Morehoad Quito a number of the friends I and relatives from around Tolivor I o Unclsamif chapelSunday I livery day should be distinguish Ii fef byat least one particular act of HazolGreenwellThe inthis1 Monday will spend n month or so and while there look him out n loca lion theInight Maytown a notorious wretch mounted his horse and rode off They are after him but have not caught him yet I hope they will catch him and give him the benefit of the law Aug 14 SCIUBEMOX SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS Miss Minnie Dayof Hazel Green gave the Springs a very pleasant call Thursday Miss Eliza Nickoll spent Sunday oftSquare tooktMay one day last week daughterMisstheir farm at Salem Misses Sullie and Nina Cruey two of Lacy creeks bright sparkles I were the guests of ye writer Tuesday I Harman Swango and wife W P Cecil Mrs lyH John and Mrs j D B May took in tho memorial services at Goodwins chapel Sunday j conducted by Rev E K Pike in honor of Samuel Cecil de i ceasEd J M Jones and wife of Ewing f H B Robinson and wife Chas W Wood and wife of Carlisle H B Bramlett of Winchester and James Cain wifo and son of Carlisle are tho guests of the Swango House this week Rev J J Dickey editor of tho Mountain Messenger at Camptou I gave us a very pleasant call Tues I dayon his way from Caney whore he had just organized a largo Sun day school As ho is so interested j in that work wo Sunday school workers are always glad to meet Bro Dickey who is so ever ready to give us advice which wo feol in need of at all times Aug lB UNO GILLMORE GLEANINGS Rev H H Little still remains in a critical condition James ElyI is moving his saw fixtures from Quicksand prepara tory to go to sawing lumber for the people- D H Limlon who has boon con fined to his room with sore eyesI wo are glad to state is fast improv ing and will soon bo able to bo out again Yor Haynes and family of Grassoy creek Morgan county passed through hero tho nth inst on thoirway to Quicksand Broath itt county to visit friends and rel atives there for a week Miss Rachel J Vest of this place also accompanied thorn On tho 8th inst ono Miss Car oline Gibbs and Mrs Liz Gibbs wife and sister of James Gibbs both of bad repute attaced Miss Nannie Graham while she was out in tho orchard gutting somo apples and unmercifully boat her on the andywould have killed her had sho not boon rescued by hor mother and verymbadly bruisod uplmtnot considered fatally Sho is doing very well and will soon bo out again Esq J D Roses court convened- on tho 2d inst at 0 a m with HO cases on the docket Thirty mis demeanor and six civil actions all of which was disposed off ox I which was continued Attorneys present AH for tho commonwealth JStamperII R A Hurst of Duly G H Stampor of Cumpton- O 0 Cardwell J M Tester of Landsnsv 1V II hush of Hazel Green and S T Amp of Days Jboro Squire Rose though young dispenses business wIth a VIm and to N accuracy as if though he be one of the older ones i becoming so well versed in the law we predict ho will bo heard from in the future Wo hear that ho has declined tho sorrytofriends and relatives ho could not do otherwise Well that makes his chances bettor next time Aug 14 UNCLE REMUS MENEFEE COUNTY FRENCHBURG SPARKELS D H Phelps is building a nico veranda to the front of his resi denceDr Will Lockhart of Ezel has boon hero for the last two weeks on professional business Mrs Amanda Pore who has been on tho sick list for threo months is no bettor Sheriff I T Hedger left Tues day for Wellington and Slado on oilicialI business and returned on SaturdayThe i gaining ly meeting with sonic 15 or 50 members Mrs Annie luddof Jackson iindjMiss Lulu Phillips of Stanton ire spending tho week at Green vwade Hotel Seed ticks made a raid on time farm of Abo Spradling noar Mc Oausey and destroyed largo por tion of his corn Garfiold Mitchol who was shot not long ago by tho accidental dis charge of a gun was around town Sunday on crutches proounontfurnsnor Saturday last with flux Ho loaves a host of friends and relatives to mourn his loss Charles Turner of tho Oil and Gas Company of Mt Sterling was hero last week abstracting leases and made his headquarters at tho Grroonwado Hotel An ice cream suppor was hold hero last week for tho benefit of jtho 11 E church Quito a neat sin was collected and improve mont will begin at once Sam Wilson tho pnintor from Hazel Green is hero at workonJ Odd Follows hall Ho is rcdoning and striping tho brick When com pleted will bo tho gem of the town j other work will follow Not a stones throw from town is a hugo rock its equal perhaps does not exist anywhere in Kentucky Its height is 200 foot stand lug on a summit of a mountain n sentinel toworing oer other rocks and cliffs Through the middle of this gigantic stone iis an opening about 3 foot square whore daylight peeps through at early dawn Somotimo in the fall of tho year as the sun is traveling southward Old Sol does not forgot to gaze through this opening with magnif icenco and splendor If you wish to behold tins work of nature If you wish to sOP something that is beautiful You must pay an early visit in the last of October to a ridge north of the town just as Old Sol is rising to grout the day and you will behold him winking and blinking at you through the opening The name of this colossal stone is Donothan Rock Aug 11 P 0 E T MONTGOMERY COUNTY SPENCER ITEMS News is scarce Rain still continuos Mrs Emma Duff is quite sick C E Duff returned from a busi ness trip in the mountains Miss Rebecca Ledford who has boon quite sick for some time is improvingC has accopted a po sition as bookkeeper at Rothwoll with Tabor Bros Miss Lucy Owings of Mt Sterling was the guest of Miss Lydia Ledford Sunday 1Misses Rylda Horton and May of Camargo accom fit dy nYy panted by Bruce Dun and Frank Lockridgo attended church at An tioch Saturday night Mra Sophia McEwing of Win chester is tho guest of her sister Mrs Allen Myros Misses Esther Wilson and Lou Stephens of Mt Sterling Carl Mizo of Hazel Green woro pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs D L Godsoy last week Miss Lydia Lodford who was quito sick a few days last week is out again and will resume her work in tho school room Monday morningMiss Miller who has born visiting hor uncle J David ORoar returned to her homo Saturday youngladyWhile wrestling over a knifo Saturday last Bill Johnson was seriously cut in the abdoman and Newt Jowett on tho hand Bo careful boys how you play in tho future James Crooks Colo Virgil Goo Barnes and sister of Preston Misses Mattie Young Hattio Conner Lida Jackson Andy and Frank Lockridgo J M ORoar of this place wore entertained by tho Missesi Lodfords Sunday The Barnes seem to bo taking the day on Spencer Wonder what time attraction is I Aug 13 SPICY BULL MORCAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT Little Johnny Blankonship still continues ill The campmeotinfi closed at this place Iuosdny night with but few convertsW Swango was on this crook Monday buying hogs for tho Mt Sterling market Mrs R ID Motley and MraEF Cecil wore the guests of Mrs W J Wallace Monday T 11 Loo and wifo spout Satur day and Sunday with tho family of Gal CundiiT on Lacy crook Win Blankonship will leave Fri day for Clifty to attend tho Burn ing Spring association to be hold at that place Quito u crowd attended the fun oral ut Goodwins chapel Sunday and all report a good time and n woll behaved congregation wodcliugtoI any moro on the subject just now Lot dnmo rumor have her sayings Pickott Motley and mother who have boon visiting friends and relatives on Grassy for a few days past returned to their homo at Spencer Tuesday Rev Barney od in Montgomory Saturday and Sunday and on his way to that place spout tho night with Brothor Dick Childors and his good wife of May town Bro Willie Lykinn of Grassy Lick was elected moderator of tho B0lmtistchurchu hero on lust Saturday and time meetings will bo hold on tho second Saturday in each month Tho church at this place mot Saturday und appointed W J Wallace Lige BlankoiiHiiip and II II BlankoiiHiiip dologatos to tho association to ho mold with the Bethel church on War crook bo gnning Friday before the fourth Saturday in August 1000 Aug 14Ermurt BREATHITT COUMTY FROZEN CREEK FROSTS The school at this plnco is progressing nicely Eating wattormolons is tho principal enjoyment of the day Misses Nettie Combs and Loula Strong woro in this neighborhood Sunday Harlin South and sister Miss Dora attended tho street fair at Jackson Friday rime Sunday school at the now church sin a flourishing condI- tion May time good work go on 1 J ILuther Day and sister Mis Carry wont to Jackson Thursday and returned Sunday Mrs James Ward of Jaoksonctwas visiting her brother Will i Smith this week Taylor Hurst who has been quito sick with fever iia rapidly improvingRev B Flinchum will preach at our school house the third Sun day All nro invited John Beatty clerk in the Day store at tho mouth of Frozen was seeing after ties on thus crook last weekAlex CundiiT of War crook at tended church on this side Sun day Ho ia teaching his home school Rov Walton of Jackson preach Sundayturnoon house Tenpin say their crops are ruined if by so much rain and their cattle will starve to death this winter as thon will bo no nubbins To road Susie Sunbeams letters it sooms as nil tho sunshine had left Sunny Sido and gone to Froz on Well wo need plenty of suns shine to thaw us up occasionally Dr Center who lives at tho proparingto ocoupytho LU torEdward toaohiugthe i i over hero to see his sister last Sat urday and on hearing that alma had flown towards Sunny Side ho didnt got any further than patchYo of taking supper on the South fork of Frozon Sunday and wo dont rblame tho Judge for going there fishing for if any ono wants tho coveted gravy thats tho placo to itLast week Poter Rich of Ohio visited us and carried away ono of our fairest flowers a Miss Turner This was tho result of an advertise mont never Hoeing each other un j jI til about one week boforo they I wore married Now girls if you want to got married just advertise it is a safer plan than to gOout groaning as did Ruth of old y Aug 14 CALOV MiIIiqerrg Y Tile Latest Spring ulyluu QfnlPOlII TRIMMED AND- UNTRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS 0 t uptodateIJnrol Green anti vicinity are requested to call mid examine my stock 0 DRESS MAKING In connection with my MILLINERY STORE I have a line of dress trim s including shirt waists shirt waist goods etc etc find nm prepared to fit and make dresses in tho latest styles and do nil kinds of sowing In both departments T am prepared to soil very cheap and guarantee satisfac 4 tion in nil cases MRS P N DAY TRADE MARK- COPYRIGHTIANDDEIdHQ t Blind yonr btulnef direct WMfalartaa tears time emu teat better eon 0e 1Isav L rttet Ocf noalalar1 uaaluUOU eil AUY to et 1 ee111- to 1 actM r1e0lf1LJ17CMTIeaetfta 3 TIAIA- C1I7AL mUIua JbotaorNE4Nthtw4- b Mot nM rust L e 141m nctlr iPftUl fet riiviHtloK iMrIt M Mo v NYIYtEtern19 J I a unApnn Latest C A Srl r r EM OinDLnOWACHINaTON 913 F ST NW j r t1 TO CUKK A COLU tNOJUC DAY Take Lixatlve Bromo QuininelTablels- All t druRglsU refund mQaey1tltlLL cure 25o The geriulMfhMJLiM QOIL + each tabletr t0 oJ c r t- r- c vf 91 tW l+ fr 1F I3IE HERALD i BPSKOER COOPER r Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY August 10 1000 I + nnOUnClEmBnT + tt For Indira Court of Appeal Appellute date for Jud u ol the Court 01 Appeals fruit this District subject to your action Klce tiou NovcUlher fOOO Respectfully KD C OllKAIt Fur Krpro iMitatlvrilUt DUtrlrt lilt CECIL C1CILIII JndgrItli i I i i We are to nn arc author I IIIIIIOIIIICIIII c partyliii IBS Wo are to an IIfhIIIL0 A u for tho olllco oi amn I11rtulllltlalo party subject to the notion of thinrl I CENTERyenre to nil J egSTlmI1IIIlflll LINEN I I f l i II tjilofpartyliiiWtt are to II 111111 IIII r i IGtg t for the oilier of partJIsubject to the action 11111 BUSHlVe nru to an I IItTSIJIllnrl pllrtIIIII err to I IIAltltl C ItttoruryIJ Uellllllrllt1r ciiiiilldate lllIrlllYI1IIr to nn nv n for County of Wolle to thu action of the Demo IIlIII11111nleI Iurlttller III HILLTSI Uo are l to tin I 1I1LIltIIf partyliii0 rue to nn na I 1 partyIIIII TYLER Wo nre to fur TYtlatii f III nmrivr authorized authorized uiithorlrcd uiithorird authorised authorized Attorney ituthorltiil nuthorizcd ISAAC COMIIS authorized Rnl1I0IICOfor reelection in Clerk of tho 11lhtatb Court party subject to tho nation WolfeII III HOLTJON J I N M n cniidldnto for Cirkoftiic County Court subject to the action IItlOi Demoorutlo party Foe tRAsir 111 lOOPEft Wo announce COOPER as n cnmlidnto IIforAsscMor ol Wolfe county subject to the I of tho party I III WILSONWe SPKNCEIl Democratic are authorized FItANK to RIII RII n candidate for Assessor o 11WnsON party subject to tho action of the h CRUEY AVo nfl autnoriieu 10 nottnce 0 W CIIUEY 1111II n candidate for Assessor of Wolfo county II subject to Action of the Democratic party For County SuporlntriiiUiit III DASH1Vo are authorised to nn uco MISS LULA KASH 11aftc DemocrAtic feitlatecountyo party subject taSIIIlJrllltCIIIClltI I TAULBEE nllln IIIlIlIntlllrll 1Ve are nuthoruca Htinntinro JOHN toII TAUIiNEH M n caudlnnte for County hu perhltendnilt or schools fur Wolfe uouuty- rr subject to tho action ot the Ilcmooratlc partyJWITH tho ropoftl of tho Goobel law which nn oxtra session of tho legislature is now likely to do about tho end of this month tho E Brownies like many othor atTec e f tipuato but wayward boys will full i Info lute kiss mothor and promise fitilUty for tho future Mother will gladly forgive COMC Browuioi and fall into 1iue fQrt8lreat feast and fan dtngo to be held on tho 12th ofJJ I fAonmbtr jJ 1- t i t DEMOCRATIC TICKET you IMIK8IDKNT WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN- of Nebraska IoOIt VICE IKKHIDKN- TADLAI E STEVENSONof you GOVERNOR J C W BECKIIAM of Nelson County FOR CONGRESS J BANKORD WHITE of Etttill County THE fmnounCOlllon t of Jiulgo G T Contor for county judge appears iu our papor today Ho is so well known that an introduction at our hands seems suporfions Born and roared in Wolfe ho has always boon a voter in tho county and always voted the democratic ticket IIo was school commissioner for the two years 1SSOS2 was elect sheriff in 1SS1 entering upon the discharge of his duties Jan 1 1885 and at tho end of his term wan nominated for reelection by acclamation and roelectud without opposition Ho was elected county judge in 1805 and is tho present incumbent That ho has made the county a painstaking careful and economical executive ollicor is pat out to all who will take the pains to inquire Like all won who feel that they have done their duty Judge Cortor believes that ho lots earned and deserves an endorse ment for second term at tho hand of his constituents Under his management tho fiduciary condi tion of tIm county is bettor than ovor before Prior to his adminis tration of affairs a claim allowed in this your was not pail until tho levy of the next which worked a hardship upon tho claimant in many instances in that ho had to discount it The claimant can now liquidate his claim nt once for tho reason that ho can realize upon it so much sooner Tho clerks statement in settlement of sheriffs account with tho county shows tho county to bo 2200 ahead of usual management Judge Center sub mits his claims to tho democratic party of course and in doing BO asks that his administration from A moral standpoint bo compared with that of any or all former offi cials con fidon t that tho lairing moral christum citizen is his ondorsor And soliciting tho vote hisfcase with tho democratic primary Saturday Sept 15 1000 WONDEK if Rooovolt now that ho is enjoying temporarily tho lux tines of life rendered in elegance by tho emoluments of an office presented him through the gallant ry of tho Tenth Negro cavalry nt San Juan hill ovor thinks of ro warding tho blnrstod black imps The black devils did tho fighting while Toddy and his rough riders starched off with tho laurels n wreath of which Toddy now un worthily wears as tho hero of that hill1nh I c THE United Status having knock ed tho etuffm1 out of merry ould Hougland on divers occasions that old cuss is trying to ropo her into tho war with Chinn lest when tho chestnuts arc roasted John Bull will not got his part Ho fears tho lion but far more does he drojiri the eagle 1- T 1- rr 1- t 1 WITH Bryan ns tho groat loader ofN tho groat democratic party of the groat United States Richard Croker presiding oer the forum of Taminy Burke Cockrnn com manding tho gallant forces in Now York anti tho young hero of the hour lIon J C W Bockham with an army numbering 40000 more than the enemy enfilndingI the Hanks tho cause racy will win by 85000 to 40000 majority and millions will bless tho name of Bryan and Beckham Kali I Hah I Hah I We nre IJeckhamltes hush lisp I We are fur Bryan too I Three cheers for old Kentucky For she will pull you thro BitYAN and Bockham will bo tho slogan this fall and tho democratic hosts will shout it until they are wearied with hoarsnoss whilo Mc Kinloy and Roosovolt will receive a rebuke so stung as to drive thorn into political o scurity forever and forever Tin eagle is a right noble bird and when ho whets his talons to protect tho Boer nestlings John Bulls bellowing may bo heard all ovor South Africa Why send away from homo for pianoes organs Howingmachines buggies itc ivhon wo can anil will save you money null goods will be firstclass Wo soil direct from factories and save you tho jobbers profit which is always big enough Wo will repair your sowingma chinos watches clocksjttc in first class style and at reasonable prices rn can astonish you in pricey on flue bibles picture frames watches juwolry etc ect Kindly solicit ing the patronage of Wolfe and surrounding cout ins Mail orders shall have special attention When answering this advertisement say you saw it in tho HAZEL GHKEX HERALDI I am Very truly J T GEVBDON 3tf Hazel Green nicelylnulldriol should call on Robert Cord agent for tho Lexington Steam Laundry the work of which is superior to that of any laundry in tho state tf IUl11pbunchor any like ailment go to John M Rose null got a bottle of QuinnH Ointment which will re move tho obstacle tf Fou S1LEA scholarship ill till KlntuclyUnat this office some young man cur save several dollars tf r ass MHITJiRONLY WHITE TAR SOAP 1 IN THE WORLD Soapis and purified tntktu apand Fiiicri rtotlic olil black tar- slapsh every WAV It contains and all the pro the hcallnlII tltciroblectianuuteeaturesr I It tU neither towel nor wash bowl for Itt la IherissnowohUelathers or soft water far more percentsoapsofIt contains much more glycerine than other- soaps lndtttistogether with Its soft thick lather thetreatment fallInrecommendedihand In cases of chafe or heat rasa tbe soap Iu peculiarly efficacious oak your dealer for t MANUFACTURED OY S CLINTON SOAP CO CLINTON IOWA oreaureminddceirtan iooJfalRrl llio VATJtaiT lUiCOUU UUUmorc Md SprUNG 1900 Trees PIaQts ViQes Eyct GartlenThtFruit and Ornamental Trees AtllungulIthubllrby nud8trlwbrrjthou to IIILLENMEYEnTclephene ley n THE LEADING CbOTHJNG HOUt I CF ENTUOR vljj Louis Gus Straus LEXINGTOl T NO ADVANCE IN PRICES NO ADVANCE IN PNICESI 440000 Worth of Fine Clotilllli SAT THE OLD PRICES llYOllll I Beautiful Suits at 500 ff Other Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful Olay Worsted Suits x1ooOther Dealers ask 1000 ItRChildrensI I LargestinWhen you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters A LOUIS 5 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY- zty11ai1 Orders Filled Prom- ptlyYouY t d i w Whan G r w t e t 1 1 Yours lf in one P of ftoss 3 ompanys Pr feet fitting uits toSjiurent7jtknow how to do It hence nil their lookWnutPnitidofft put iHinmle strictly to mensure perfectFare The Originators of Low Irtccs for custom made narnuiitH tutu othersPWe hnc thclr111111BIG SAMPLE BOOK Call OvercoatP I V0SOLO AQENTSSAMPLES DISPLAYED BY fIJl lW rr S EY 9j HAZEL GREEN KY h h t QUINNS OINTMENT FOR HORSESAstandsatthehcadofallretcrina remedies Such troubles as Sparins Cuncc tV o i UtU luntl4 UUIIU I lin i Mtvc11111 tic highest terms Miller Sllll of Franklin 1ownrrotp I brother W harP ustluinns Olntruen with oflsteltelaor write CbfilIIhasnoVULPricesoc by nU druggists or sent by uaatlIW U3 EDDY co WHITEHAIL N Y iUlq 6 i1 I rtLtil I tltW c flhScII r S ttflI 0 r S tho finest liuo and greatest variety of LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS fSHOES L+ over recent brought riso to the mouutaiiiB and having bought them beloro the nwneyievery JlmyJl Jlt thatlsworldbeatoret and to the touch makes that the shoemaker got hold of the kidglove stock R Respectfully JOHN M RJoE I 1 X3 r- r Y 4- e jii J illI f 0ODS- l II- Y ILLS l Rouse tno torijld liver and cu biliousness Jaundl nausea etc They are In valuable to prevent a cold or break up fever Mild gentle certain they are worthy your conIM no Purely vegetable they can be taken by children or delicate women r Price 2c ut till medicine dealers or by mail j of C I Hoon t Co Lowell Muss cr s 5 r 1JtHE HERALD l S FARM JOURNAL I Great From now to Doe 1903 Offer Nearly 5 Years By sjjuvmi ui nujguniuiiL mnda with the publishers of tho FAIL f JOURNAL wo aro enabled to oft that paper to every subscriber who pays for THE HERALD one your ahead for only 100 both paps for the price of ours only our pa t per one year and the FAUM Joel XAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 years The Fan JOURNAL is an old established p per enjoying great popularity one of tho best and most usuful farm puhlishtdJThis oflor bo accepted without clolny Sebo Walters on Tuesday bought of S M Tyler one hog and five sheep for f 1 i cash Rov J J Dickey of Campion attendJ l ed the teachers institute at West Libi- tertythis wee- kPatiIowe of Campion way here sat- urday t J night and they say h tulks o running for sheriff 1David Linden candidate for Sheri fl was shaking hands with his ninny fritnds and fellow citizens hero Tuesday Serepta Rawlint of Covington will1 arrive tomorrow and be the guest of Mist Minnie Day for several days Ova Swango and wire went to West Liberty Tuesday morning to attend the teachers institute of Morgan county HUMORS boiln pint 1s and all aro due to impure bbod I and by purifying the Mood with I Hoods Suranimrilln they are CURED W T Svvango on Tuesday bought o fit j John S 1ieratt o the Murphy fork seven stock hogs that weighed a total of SIS pounds but the price was out made publicIIMrs Ireland and Mr mill Mrs Cord accompanied by Master Robert Cord left on Wednesday morning for Mason I county where they will spend three or four weeks visiting relatives and friend Judge Steve Tint accompanied by his sawyer a man named Wood was here on Wednesday looking after an edger to I attach to his sawmill now located on the Trace fork near II Bad D Roes r J J Catron of tho Chapel branch last week sold his farm on that creek to Henry Stamper about 90 acres for COO cash nod Mr Catrou is now in the weal I pMsiwclliiR fur a permanent location Huron Bryant of Parker Kansas is visiting his fatherinlaw Recso Oldficld i of Blackwater who is in bad health i r Iilackwaterrt wo believe but moved to Kansas about 25 years ago and this is the first time he has visited in this section since A big Methodist camp meeting began at Cares spring near Ezel on Wednes day of this week lays Horace Cock tell J J Dickey and E K Pike wnt 1conduct the services in which they will i be assisted by bevcral other ministers of the Methodist churcht 1 i rklbfjElreading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices ii Beattyvllle and Jackson I w TWAS mi TiE UAOT Twee onn the bank anereThewere aAndwith gdnmThe MayWhile UIlreAs we watched IJluCRettectedTwas on the banks we loitered aAnd told our tale of love The rippling sprays kept ou their coursanti birds still sang obese The tender light of those eyeUsee- I whiterIllTwas quarelledAbout thingYoutreasureThe iTokwuetAndenjoyedIVould decayAnddestroyedtitOrTwos on the banks we parted byTheotr sighr8The dragging goneAndregrettHut memories of those bygone days forget1IWttsoNn I A False Report Corroded Tho report that David Linden is not candidate for sheriff of this county I absolutely false and without foundation in fact Mr Linden is himself our au thority for the statement that if ho lives he will beIt candidate for the nomina tion for sherifl of Wolfc county until till polls close on Saturday wept 15 1900 all reports the contrary notwithstanding IDnc says he may lie III the way of some of the aspirants to the oflicc and the theytsays he was the first to announce for the ollice and God willing he will be tilt list to withdraw Indeed le will not withdraw at nil and the only way to getii him off is to get more votes than he does 1and drive him oil and this he does not think they inn do as every lay encour ages him to believe that ho hats more I votes than any other named man und that his army is growing Ho says he has not been able to see his friends and constituents for the reason that he hnII lutlVred with sure eyes the result of ex h posnre and cold But they arc growing jotter lay by day mat be hopes from now on to ice every one of them In een tthowever he fails to do so remember that is because of his physical disability to do so and dont under any circumstances get it into your head that he iis running n the interest of any man or set of men le is doing and will continue to do all he can in an honorable straight forward way to elect himself sheriff and this dour he will see that tho people IlIlef only competent and popular deputies to lid him in the duties pertaining to tlaeII ofliee but he will make no swaps or trades to compromise either himself or ils constituents Never I ooeeeoooooooooNOO + oeee+eaeee + SCROFULA Ithin blood weak lungs and f IiiIiI It is creamy ant UlstlngIsoc tad Itm I all drurts- 4oso rmtie rrmo + ooH ++ wft c j Thoy Wont On a StrlkoII All of the men who had teams on the Ohio and Kentucky railroad between Lee City and the Caney tunnel about 100 of them went on n strike Monday becauEC the contractors reduced tho price of team and driver from 3 for 11 bouts toI 2 50 The people who had teams heM meeting and demanded r3 for a day of 10 hours rime shovclers also quit to show sympathy with the movrme11t nmiI will stick to their demand for l5 for 10 hours work They have been work ing 11 hours Ike Combs the present jailer and can didate for the nomination and reelection on the Democratic ticket was iin ton Vwlnwday shaking bands with his constituents Mr Combs ban made a good jailer and for that reason there are many who will give him their support in hU race for reelection WantcdAny where from 100 to 250 bushel of wheat to bo delivered at call at this office once For particulars Tile HEKALD and Farm Journal papers for 69 cti fVo 115 I f Belles and Beaux ypungAfofkelhls from UiSawhilatoUlnylttstnthcInrr 110ticed111 I of Carlisle and Miss Carrie Swungo Grant Lacy and Miss Alice Wills Howard James and Mlssea Cordie Hrennemcn neat Mollio Hanoy anti last but by r means least among those who occupied I seats in that hack was Iho pctitapaSr j Robert Knsh and Miss CallIe Taulbee In tho vehicle immediately following the aforementioned sundownwas Miw Carrie Rose accompanied by tout Day tvhel presented pretty picture to look upon A Horso Stolen and Recovered Some one stole a horse from Oscar Me Nabb at Mnytown on Saturday night while that gentleman was attending tltoI Masonic lodge meeting st that place and pursuit of tho thief was begun In a fo minutes It was found that ho wout iin by Spradlings mill thence to the Calm boose noighboihood where tho pursuing party learned that ho hind probably gone to Quicksand in Ijrcathitt county 0 Sunday night Harry Perkins town mati DaylItytovuFrankMc- a of Nabb of Chapel branch and others per 5hnps started in pursuit but with what success we have not yet learned Later They succeeded in getting tho horse but not tho thief Higgle Horse Cook contains more horse sense than ninny volumes ten times its size It tells all about breeds Whoa feeding and watering about stable andIJ road management of whims anti vices of harness of diseases and remedies of breeding of colt education of shooiii and indeed it covers tho whole subject in a concise practical and interesting roan tier It contains 12S pages is profusely and beautifully illustrated and hand comely bound in cloth Every man or woman who drives a horse should have a copy The price is 60 cents by mail address the publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadelphia To the Democrats ol Wolfe County Having been solicited to make th- race e Il for sheriff after making a canvass of a few days I lied a great many that J have committed themselves to other ClnIII didate + And after limo consideration III beg leave to be excused from this race hoping the tints may come I when you all will rise up and say come Tliauking friends for their many solicitations and love towards all anti malice toward none Respectfully A S P Howl It took a ribbon of paper four feet wide and Lfr miles long further than A rain Philadelphia to Ilnston to print he January Farm Journal You should ave the Farm Jounral It fairly bristles A Aith good things We have a clubbing arrangement by which we will send itS for nearly five years tho balance of 1900 and nil of PJ01 1902 1903 and 1901 i to every ono who pay up for fitF I limA u ut the prico of our paper Slate which is only CO cents lion Green Garrett of Bowen and Crlt Childers were guests of tie Da- GarrettHouse Tuesday for dinner Mr is a largo buyer of tics and staves along Red river and its tributaries and WI1J1I here looking after his business interests j Some miscreant entered the resident of Allison Rose near Leo City on Wednesday night of last week and cut 1120 saddle lillerully all to pieces Such an act deserves the worst punishment that could be inflicted upon the perpetrator and Mr Rose should use every means t see that he is brought to justice Rev K K Pike will till his appoint ment at this place on Saturday night and Sunday morning nt 11 oclock which will be the last service hero during this conference year and everybody invited He will also preach at Rose chapel on Lacy creek on Sunday afternoon J Weed Congletan candidate for the democratic nomination for county judge 1 nnd Frank Stamper candidate for sher iff were hero Saturday night in the in east of their respective races Willie Caskey of Morgan county a former student of Hazel Green academy 5boouhouse and was a guest of the Day House Tuesday and Wcdueulay Robert Kosh iis agent for the Homo Steam Laundry of MtStcrling anti will send his basket every hvo weeks Shir collars cults etc laundered in the styletfCoplet thls paper maybe nun d on file at the office of our Washington correspond 1ent E 0 Skater 918 F Street V W WaabwtoD4Jt 1 14 irl ti CAUSE UNKNOWN J eleThe following lines were written by a who committed suicide in Chicagot I am standing on the threshold of eternityi tit IUllt j An reckless of the future ni I have been of Limo Int 1nut void of nil ambition I am dead every hope 1 The roll of life is ended and Im letting go tothe rope II Jhve drifted down the stream of tuna till I oppressedrnm ot notion and simply want a rest 1 lat u tiutud all the pleasure that life can bold for man have rearmed the whole world over till1 theres nothing left to scan I have heard the finest music I have rend tho rarest hooks I have drunk time purest vintage and facie all tho cooks horn run the scale of living smith neonate every tone tv5n theros nothing lett to live fur nod I long to be alone Alone and unuioUbtcd where the vulturea do not sass And tho only refuge left tnc Is time quiet placid graven I am judge nod jury mingled and the ve diet that I give In that minus friends anti money it I loolisncM II to live In a day or two my body will lie found out in the lake J The Coroner get a riuter Hot a- Uike j CIIIThe urn tl verdict cause yet unknown t jffi1 ttAIIII another blink a mound without a toiir To ilmngo the nsnul verdict I will give tlc seas1I1I now Hufore the rigidl wealof death Is Mumped upon niy brow Till the old familiar story of passion love and ensue Septiited tjn ugh the iiges kliiui Cleopatras- tinfi A u IIIII IrtmIall inalX l A niiidiiia vircr fit l i oaUMO the utrongikt man to full A wedded life SOIIKI lilljHfulyeiirH and pov IIartydropsI II With Cure nail doubt and liquor from whisky down to din- Time story told by Tolotot III ciimparUon with mini Is inoonllht unto sunlight ns water unto whit The jiiiliMin pnngi I suffered thu hideous nighlii of woe pray no other tutorial muy ever undergo Hut Ive sold enough I limey to make my grenlous plain Knoujh to slaw Ihr Iliufeit of shattered heart and brain What wondur then that life holds nit u single tit reud to bind i hIIr Imptf to live for an IntiTfU In c manhlnd Already dual but lnvllhhgn fliut that rugret C man without dvtlro now oxveptlng to forgo l I lad xlnco tlmt N denied mt why thonld I linger herii duail Ilirnf of the forest of a loiigforgollin year o an revels old cronies If thcieit n meeting place beyond Ill let you know In spirit and I know you will respond Im gulag now old Commit ales to heaven or to hell Ill let you know which shortly farewell a n lung farewell r TO TII1C IHAl A sick ladcured of her deafness and noises in the head by Dr NichoUonn Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 to his Institute no that deaf people unable to procure tie gar Drums may havo them free Address No HSO Tho Nicholson Institute 730 IKigluli Avenue New York 1ly 4t Ho That Any Cood Would Wino should be provided with uaNl health nnd every one who would hlirixid health iilionld rcmtm twr that pure rich blood IN the first requisite Hood Saraiiarilla by Klvini uoodl blood mid food health ban helped many A mnii to succcii I J W CKAVKM WM L KAKII CRAVEN KASH w I ttN HAZEL GREEN KY I We have a nice hearse and a full stock olI COFFINS and CASKKTS on hand at nil tlmes which will be sold on thu most re direbeetjnnblelenrs ao tor and furnish co n ana upon re quest Soliciting the pnbllo patronage we sirer respectfully etc CHAVEN KA8II TTri JOH PUINTINO 18 TJ nALD WEST Arad ho at f ekeapeA I Ws F TAKER 1CrpaARKPRHSKXTIKU ticflar son IrosSfteeCoD Nashville Tonnv Manufacturers and Jobbers Uf BAPGK oftoOur Ice returueil If we fall Any one KtvdlBg sketch end description of any Invcutloa win ptoinptly receive our opinion free cenctruluB the patcutablllty ot saw item to Obtain a securedthrough quefarnotJournatconlullCdInvestorsSendVICTOR U EVANS A CO Aturaeysitvana D 0M FARM FOR SALE A SMALL FAUM of CO norcs i inilo of North Middlotown Bourbon county Ky good improvements plentyl of wntor firatclnes order Call on or address J S SWINNEY Diddlotalrnlyr GETI YOUR NOT VOUI1UlIrhuRh lI1 ts- rln prlnteil nt IIKIIAM oltlrn Hazel Green GoaaenlU 0 NormalPreparatory School 0 Will Fifteenth Session of VhllAXBLl ailKIiN A CAD TEMY will begin on Tuesday Sopt lltli 1000 Full cou PCI hmill department will be innlntiiincil- Vin l II lonl n jirliiuiptil niui u full corps ot eoiiipotent nwUt nuts will limnre tlu continue MtrreM of thin well kniiwn ItiM IlbrticulllrllWMI II COUD t r H JOHH BURNS ADAMS SiIvofsmitn ana Jeweler LEE CITY KY I LL LLL LLLa a A LLL L LLLALAA vvcwcovavuu uuouuuuuu u UniiilrK iloekh Wiittbew amid Jewelry ul 11 llil mil the lowul prices and llinrllll lets vntUfuntlon In all costs rjpclnl attention In orders by menu for acceptable Ideas State If patented THE PATENT RECORD Baltimore Md iUubscrlpUon price of tho PATKNT HKOOBD IM per uinuin Uounlct frxlo eoeoaooeoeooooeooooo000oooooao K A KABH W II KA8II KASH KASH ftU01neYDoatLaw HAZEL GREEN KY Practice in court of the county and special attention to collcetloni IIIuoeoooooooaooooo000000oooooeo 1itdtt1drJltudt WINCIIESTJitt KYtH WITHEIlSrOON President 11 D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 Tills Dank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and business men generally throughout Eontern Kentucky and offer Its customer every facility andythe mot liberal erns within the llmftrt off ecltlratf bankltiK octlgly 11KEI headquarters krlluKl J l KKJUKSKSta- I GUCCENHEiiWER A Co LYNCIIDURG Vl Importers and Jobber of TJy tlon and Fancy seeds WfV the well known II BJCATSAtlU q I fi Overall Hold your erdtrl f d 71k e ej r hi i WIIesss1 ft11tt11al eelti j t i Y n tY kN I F kS u V c o- rt t x r rl OUR LETTER PROM THE ORIENT iC81J8fll Gee Taulbee Gives a Descrlp UCla et the Phlllpplnoo Fourth of July in the I To the Hiuol Green IlKUAUi- PANKJUI Ltvov P I l July 7 1000 J Thinking it niigut intoront thoI ninny rondo re of TUB HKUALD to iWO nnothor lot tor from tho Orient i nuid to know how tho Fourth was spent ntul colohnitod BO far 1I liomo I will try our givo udoscrip lion of tho progriun participator in by this rogiinont on that day Tho fourth of July onu year ago wna spont in tho trenches around Snn Fernando n bittor day for boys who had always laid aaido nil work to partako of luxuries andI enjoy tho day which inarkod our lrot dom yours years ago The leoling of rogrot could bo plainly soon upon the countenance of all Folks at homo wore enjoying thom solves in every way possiblu in tho mind of tho noldior while ho was in n dirty trench tired hungry 4ind with the sun boating down upon him with all iU orioijt fury It was enough to niakn the Httong vst heart turn sick and hunt w its regret A year has passed since that novor to bo forgotten day and another fourth has been spent hero in our far away powsHioiiH by till name mon who lay in the trenchen one year ago Hut with tho your that has conio and gone came changes also Tho fourth this year was not so rigrotfnlly spont the territory over which we wore struggling last year is now ours Tho trench is not 1 known today in this vicinity Of course there are a great ninny contented places yet hut none wo ctnt and wont win Tho Philip pines are practically ours So note it bo The day canto with joy for us at reveille on the fourth of JulyWOO was a now ern awakening upon our now posses sions The band of this regiment played all national airs while woldiors crowded around and cheer after cheer Thu was oven grouter than when we lacoil1 tho dusky googo in battle Tho mon had collected upon tho plaza in front of tho convent in i which wo are quartered Ono thousand boys in blue mingling mid cheering with ouch other till tears of joy coursed down each nuntanned chuck It was indeod a glorious fourth At lust after playing long all familiar airs the iijind struck up that song which hearts Tho Star p1ngluLBanner tool thou the mon wont wild officers and mon alike cheered till they could cheer no longer from sheer exhaustion All at once tho bugle call for moss broke Hhrill upon tho balmy nirI md the hays retired to moss withI cheerful hearts Breakfast over wo went at once to tho ball game where a game was to take place between tho baud anti our com pany The gamo was very inter sting and lasted until very hoar iioon Tho game over propnrn tions wore at once made for din nor Our cooks had long saved up Kxtraa for this occasion and wo naturally expected a good meal You may imagine wo woro very anxious for moss have to race around expecting such a feast after n yoar eating hardtack bacon null drinking black cotVoo At 12 m din nor was announced and hero is what wo hnd1I1ln with cream roast beof warm biscuit porkI pickles onions corn bonus butter French fried potatoes with enlco null ponchos for desert It was n dinner such as make so diors forgot their hardships for a moment and brings comfort to their stormbeaten hearts It is needless to shy the evening was joyfully spent after tho excitement p of tho morning followed by such an excellent dinner It units of till kinds were participated in and all wont as nary as u marriage boll till the biglo call announced ro treat thou our dream of happi I ness was broken anti our duty as 4 woldiors once more lay before us I shall novcr forgot tho fourth of Philippines1Vo associates but our toil mid hard Huddonlylightonai I forgot tlt8ltlbsonco We are vory expectant over tho trouble with China However wo hopo it willt riwmlt in nothing serious Vehave just hoard of tho nom wtatibn of Bryan The aristocratic gytkart jubilant ovQrtho uowss J I 1AllAR ru If if was loft to tho inhabitants of tho Philippines 11rl1n would cor thinly b tho next president of tho United States I havo just returned from Au glis whore I was sort for register ud mail Tho above place is fifty miles from horo and is our nearest post oflico Thorn is only four nost offices on this island ono at Manila ono at Angus and the other two at Dagupau nisi Batista think our government should es tablish a postal service hero at onco for tho bonofit of the soldiers and officers It snonis that our freedom loving people aro more intent upon establishing saloons and billiard halls thaw something useful and bonoflcial to us as woll as the natives When Downy took Manila thoro wore nine saloons in tilt city today there are thirtysix and moro going up A shame and disgrace to our government With regards to Mrs Cooper and success to the glorious old1 HKKAID I am rospoctfully CEO C TvruiKK Corp Co lF t1J Tufts Manila P 1 11ONLY I1 ONE DOLLAR Less than a sat a ity Till lORNINfi HERALD of Lexington Ky The Great Newspifer if tile Bite Graspe The I Ably Eiltil Paper ii tie SeitL e IIFrom Now Till December I Serf Tow MUle ulYour Money NOW 11ONLY J 1le JR M C ASH- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Olllcu at iny J louse 1IAZKL UllKKK KY Will answer calls day or night Surgery obstetrics inul Mediae of femnles a specialty Keeps u supply of medicines Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in EUect pay 20 1900 EAST BOUNDu hNo I I No a STATIONS Daily ex Dally cxl Sunday Sunday I I AMLvc PM Ivi- aLexington 7 15 ntn ai pin pin11ineheelerinnII putIndianputClayplcFilsonpalNntliridgeTorrent 10 08 am 4 ID pin llcnttyvu Jo 10 ail am 5 11 pin I TrtllCLll 10 51 am 5 33 pin 11111Jlek WEST BOUND No 1 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