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F W- z L J 0 C THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD r Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In tho Story of Jonathan mid His Continent by Meat ORell L lEINTII YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 28 1000 NUMBER 10 ara0T COOIKK The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky Mountains11K0iytit 1 A kYReL 1 r COUNTYJEWS NOTES Insure insertion AM corrwX t SJenM mt ho ill this omce bX i Cmhv night of onrh week and Lthat nearby 1n Monday mornios tiy Our correspondents life derelict in duty Iiodd we want to say that henceforth they Irt will not receive papers except for tho- week they have news letters We are for tho and I dependent upon them news f when tboy fnil to send in their favor in tomcat iinconvenience L they put V Ll1ERTOP CStt Tho storm horo last woek blew I sItp f Tolivor quite oftenI fe Jim Oldllpid of Consolation WIIH in Tolivor lust week E Isaac Munnin of Gross crook isI SaturdayII 1101 Green f was in our littlu city Sundny 1 MreOarliindDoniuBofKolwna K visiting Mrs Joe Cntron last week r Wo aro glad to note that there L will ho n school at Hazel Green t Utt I but is auditarm n few days ago tagnint 0 Oldfiold and wife have ro Ib turned from n protracted visit in p Bourbon county ft rIi tll1grcampmooting at Ezel Sunday fft Miss Ettn Swnngo is in receipt 1 k of a letter from Curtis who is now on his way to China r 011 McNabb and 1 L Ilonnkor attended tho association at Cliftu Saturday and Sunday Misses Kiisy and Callio Wills kcttio Clark and Hilda Cox attond rcdthoi association at Clifty Sun day p manypt i v weeks paper Why cant wo have f them oory wools Dontget lazy I is Howard Tames passed through f at necontpnn101by I Guess Howard was on mute to Gin cinnati to gotlitho Inart sent for repair i 0 Susio Sunboam sorry you T Wont sing for mo and 1 think Sunny Side has itHhuro of nee xomplishedyoungladieslandcharm N ing belles of tho highest typo I Quito a crowd of young folks of Toliver wOre at tho association Sunday Among those present were Minsos Etta Swungo Mollio LucyMcNabb I MillerII i Swango Jnm and to say wo onjoyed tho day would bo voicing it i II Aug 20 SiiiSEK SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS c It is quito hot out this way i Nows is very brief this woek I Loan rguvo us n short call Sun aay i Charley and Alonzo Craft are Visiting jin Pnlyorsvillo t Frenchburgft House Saturday I ElizaJ1ickellI jt0 Ezol Sunday I ofOltl too Springs Saturday night I joinedtheSpringsaroI Lexicgtoni of11Iuchosturlittle laughter from TPXUS Mrs lspry Crncrnft and napliew of Mays Lick Mrs Wi1l Swnrts of i 1 CnrpontorofJJenung Aug 21 UNO N lY k SUNNY SIDE Loo Brooks has a daughter very1 w with foyer littloholoi cNewswasntitEdwnrd Onoy sold Hon Murphy K hdollJ Ponder f oMenofeefamilyofI rum Friday V4I1Monday i Miss Lilian Evans of your town Gillmoropnasodthrough is wayto utthinyour I morning and church at 11 I We would lovo to have attoodedtJf that apple paring at A iTaulboos last weok but into said no as ho always does Lona ow of your brilliant cor respondents spent Saturday night withonr writer and AIlnzrlpreach goodletter t4outton ulCl sunscorched boys across wnlerstlMiss Lula Taulbeo of Daysboro was at Sunny Shin Saturday has ing some cutting and fitting done preparatoryj to attend tho institute at Jackson this weok We had the good pleasure of cnlln ing on Miss Serropta Kawlings of Covington who is spending a fowll dayswith Mrs IF N lay She is quite a pleasant lady Ellis Johnson and family of Lacy crack and Richmond DoBusk family of Grassy crook were visiting tho family of r1 A of Ta ul boo Saturday and Sunday A stray hog hUH been getting inf our corn and truck patches Guess that thin owner dont know that wo havo n yellow dog with teeth od like a two edgedsword and an old title gun But a hint to tho wise an sufficient Mrs rr Taulbeo took dinner this place last Wednesday and in tho afternoon in company with our mother wont to Ilazol Green to do soma shopping and while there culled on Mrs IP N Day and MM E K Pike Ed Onoy and his sister Miss j Callio are attending the Breath II itt county institute this week which is being taught by Professor- Ship 1 of Winchester He taught tho sum + + institute lust year WoI nlmoBt envy those children the hood time they aro hllvingt While in town Sunday morning wo noticed among tho ninny who 1 loft for tho campmoeting Rich mond DoBusk trod Miss Calla Taulbeo Missos Cords JJrounomon tool Alicb Wills Howard James and n MrCambell one of MrHhllen Kashs boarders Aug 21 SlHK SUNBKAM GILLMORE GLEANINGS Joe L Wilson has boon very sick J fora fow days James Knsh has boon on tho Silk list for n fow days John Clark of Jackson is visiting relatives and friends on Gill moro Courtney Wilson sport Ihurs day night with his brother Curtis I Wilson Lillian E Evans is teaching ft very successful school at tho Gibb school house W P Nickoll and laughter of G 11Ij Ezel have boon visiting Gibbs and family Harry Perkins has boon syfaxing Gillmore seine time and by on Fall his object will bo completed Curtis and Edgar Walliu of are visiting MinrfrnndJnckeOf pnranl Mr nn1 Mrs Chas Ful1 lou Edward 0 Tnulboe and David H Lindon wore seen among their f J p- w Uo many friends one day this week Lookout for sheriff Mrs George Sowoll nnd her ou charming daughters of C l n r mothertMrsAs Susie Sunbeam has been your rttt favorite for sumo time wo 1010 to bo tho only one now Susie you object Emma E Fallen Curtis Wallin and John Clark were highly 4ntori mined at thin homo of tboir cousin Laura IE Wilson Friday night TTnelo Harry Little who hue boon confined to his bed for snare timejj now visiting his daughter Mrs Tom Caskey of Gransy KyII Laura E Wilson and Lilian D Evans worn pleasant visitorst of Emma lE Fallens Vdnesday night Watermplnnswerothe groat attraction Just ask thorn and youAug FE W DAYSDORO DOINGS News iis scarce this week a Hurrah1 for tho dear old IhuI11 I Miss Lulu lull passed through- our town Friday Kobt G Ruse of Lee City at church lnro Sunday IJMiss Montio Fallen spout the with Emma Fallen Sunday nj8boro SunnySideSideOhl I Cll1w enjoyed your interesting totter so much Curve gain Rev JTestorman of Grassy doC livored an interesting sermon horo Sunday Lulu Tatilbou lust Sunday for Jackson whore Shin will attend time u institute this weak Mrs Amanda Elkine nee Hingoii Mt Sterling has been visiting I hor sister Mrs 1D D Davidson tho past week Mrs M J1 Alexander accompa niod by Willie Alexander attend thin cumpuue ting at Ezol from Friday until Monday loaf report enjoyable time Aug 21 IKNA i 1 MENEFEE COUNTY FRENCIIBUHG SPARKLES Charlie Clark formerly of Stan t ton moved to this town on Friday last Dr It B KaHh of Stanton is 1 horo visiting his fatherinlaw Williams Quito a number of our people left on Sunday for tho campmcot ing at J zolII Sovornl stack passed throughi 5 from Limo mountains en routo to Mt Sterling court i Miss Sadie Sexton of Adonisi I branch was thin pleasant guest of Miss Annio Greonwado Miss Arln Williams was the guest of Miss Maud Cnudoll about a weektJudgo I I L Caudel II D Combs lord A L Alums woro at Welling ton Saturday on legal business J W Borders representing W f White Medicine Co of Louis villo is stopping at tho Greonwado HotelBon F Frisby of Mt Starling in visiting his father R E Frisby Tho visit is prolonged for three weeks Win Causing rind family moved1 from horo on Friday to Stanton Ky whore they will rosido in tho futures Tho poot is sojourning at Groon wados hotol during tho timo ho iis at work repainting tho churchMiss Bothol Woodard ono of Boonovillos most accomplishedj young ladies is tho guost of the Misses Williams K S Mitchol is suffering from n Lad foot in which blood poison tins sot up Caused by picking a small sore on his foot with a pin Win Groenwado and wife aro taking in tho fair at LexingtonI i I II tlN w From there they are going to Jaok son to visit friends and relatives excelk1 made n pleasant visit to her homo 1 WednesdayInst 1 1 lastElder II D Adams of Hnzol Green filled his regular appoint mont at the Christina church horo Sunday and delivered throe excel lent sermons Tho republicans of Monofeo county met in the court house on Saturday to select delegates to at ttond the congressional convention to be hold ut Irvin and instructed for Stafford At Owingsvilb Ky last week Levi Goodpastor and IEdgar Con Lvolvod1 matter when Conner shot Good pastor through tho heart and then turning the weapon on himself shot himself though tho heartSTn whatever section of tho town person mummy locate you can al hear some swoot singers voice blending jiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiHiy with rich melodies from an organ or piano The most gifted are thin daughters ij of f H WillianiH whoso skill as musicians and singers is marvel ous and are without an equal in this locality Aug 21 P 0 ET MORCAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES = Autumn will soon bo hero Henry Noll is measuring tho = Wo enjoyed tho newsy lotto from Fronchburg last week Millard Richiit has returned from husinoss trip to Floyd county Mrs Annio Lacy of Ilazol Croon is visiting her parents at this place Dr Grant Spradlingand family of McCausoy passed through town Sunday Willie Bolin of Jackson was a pleasant caller in our town last week C C Lyons of Frenchburg was in town Sunday tho ILth to son his best girl Many of our pooplo bothold and young attended the asHocia lion at Clifty Sunday Robert Bowman and wife of Stillwator loft for their home lh Isdn lust 1tini I 1 section considerably Noah Lyons Charlie Sample and Louis HyI ton aro attending Mt Sterling court this week Little Hazel the sweet infant of Mr and Mrs MillardI i Ilichio wo are glad tt say is convalesing Miss Laurie Bowman loft Sat unlay for Bethel at which place she will assist in the public Hchool Good morning Mr Editor again I the pleasant opportunity of ad dressing tho dear old HKUAID pro wonts itslfII Quito a number of tho youn I men of our town loft liter wook for Illinois whore they contemplate working in tho broom corn bar vest Miss Lizzie Wilsoni loft last week for Fairgrango IllIICI will pur hapsromainthoroHomothne Adieu Miss Lizzie and may pleasure and prosperity attend you Mrs Lizzin Bog ley and two sonst of Boonovillo have returned to their respective homos after a vial of several days with hor brother Bert Bowman and family Ceciltwho attondud the teachers insti taro at West Liberty taut wool have returned Wo woro glad to moot thoir sunny faros again iin tho school room Tho body of Frank Sample who was killed by tho wreckage of a train at Aurick near Pino Bluff pIneothofriends Mr Lwe ntid Jlr Brown of Ping BluTt also IB and ItI I I c L tiny and families of near lit Sterling Funeral eorvicos wore conducted nt the church by nOVA Adams nnd Kondriok after which tho body was interred in the family untying ground at this place Aug 21 LKOIKNE rolnUesLibertyKyJ R hays made a flying trip to our town Saturday t Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Tablo In Effect May 20 1900 EAST BOUND = N u 1 No 2 Dnlljr ex Dally ex Sunday Sunder I I 1 LveTaxingtmtI pmAvonerntlluehaelor1111ItlJunan putClaypmStnntnuputFllrnnpmItuodrupmNntmiridgupmTorrantpatItrnttyvapro75dlrgnpmAtholpmJnakenn WEST BOUND I I I STATIONS IImalty ex No3 untny Itnlly I pmAtltnlt pmTnllogn7pmtanltyrel 1111Turrent lIntNpmItundon1 pmFilsonptnHtnnU 1mCIII 1111IIIIIIIn1 pmt1luohastar pmironpmLaInglon111 i J It iIARILOenI Malinger Oil AS SCOTT Hon 11lM A- gentMiIIiorgI i I II- ii Qnrinn QtiitPOl llo palest ujllliyj uiyiub TRIMMED AND- UNTRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS 60 which nro of tho latest pattern and up tu dnte in all rcspoctn The Indlrn of Hazel Green nnd vicinity nro requested to cull and cxiunno my stock 0 DRESSMARING In connection with my MILLINERY STORK I have n lino of droll trim niin n including shirt waists skirt waist fitgiio nil kinds of sowing In lath departments I nm prepared to sell very cheap and guarantee satiifac Itton in nil erica MRS F N DAY TRADE MARKS COPYRIGHTBArraDEildNi- t Snnil your lia la M illrwct to Wiuhlnrtoa surre Umo cntU lest better senice MIHa NCiM AttTi MN rOI W f I7 ualNtloo w MM au eare IR1afM ATTIGN BITMI r YUU- ACTCAIIIxrwzCZ 1khow 1e et la rsl kr+ ru Jrocvo4 tIIrftI L GIIM ala u dUP 11 Y11l T 1g LYrSlGtYi RS UUoIQAN Wet iWASMINQTON D O DR M 01A 3Ii- PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 4yOlflco at Day Home h t UAXBL OIIEN Ks It WlltROIer calla day or ulllht t rxgery obatctrlcs and dletisnea+ of fr 1 YpCCtilltfrKClFYI A IUIJIIlr Ct l t4 tw + t t rb r u- n t 7o 11 Yr f t J F C II t t 4r ArAD E f THE HERALD flPZNCEK COOPER Editor I +1tnnOUnClEmenT + Ior Jndgn Court of t1IeRI Appcllatodale tor Jiulgo ol the Court 01 Appcnli from thin District sub cat to yournrtlon Elec tion November 1000 ltipeotfiilly Ell C OAEAK Fur UrprrrnlntlvrOUt DUtrlcl CECIl We are authorized to nn JIIOlilleo JAMES II CECIL of Morgan county ns n candidate for Ilcprc RCitntlvo to the LcKlalaturo for Morgan and wolfs counties subject to thu notion of the Democratic partyFor Juil- EiPfWfJT lrPmVT W are MlnrJ hodI to announce J W CONOLirrOX n cnndidnle for the office of County fudge of VVolfu county lubject to the notion of the Democratic party anUJluNlJilXits n caniliilnta for County Judge of Wolfo county nubjwct to nctlnn of ilcinooratlc pri mary Hut unlay Sept 15 WOO Inr Slinrirr LIND1 NWI arts authorized DAVID LIN to nn DEN its n ciutdldiitu for the onion of RholifT of Wolfe county xuhjuct to the notion of the Democratic party RrP A PEt lWinro nuthorUnl r FRANK- STAMlKHm to n fniiillilntn for the adieu of nherifl of Wolf rntinty Mihjcot to the nation or the Dnmocrnlli party IJTTQIr are Rilthnlo1I to nn J3UOM nounce WILLIAM It lltSII of Torrunt a n cainlUUtit fur the ofllce of IhellUof Woll County subject to action of tlio Duinncrntiti party toLil PKHKINS of IMCV crrcl nit n tlIlIclhllllI for the tilllcc of Hhtrlll of Wolf countv luhjcct to tlin nation of thu Dumornitlo IllulyIIor dimity Attormy Fur itS1Ve are niithorittd to 1111I J UII C 0 IlTLKSI an a candlihito tar County Attorney of Uollu IMUnty unhjiut to tilt artlon ot lieu need orntlo party Nor duller TVf TT T liM We nroauthnrlard to nil lUliJlJULX I at a cundldnte for the nltlne ol Jailer of Uollo iMiunly tiiltj et to the nation of Ihejj Democrntlu party anUUIUDOI j n oandldnte for Jailor of Wolfo rounty IIuhjj ji ot to the nntlon of the Doniocmtlo party 1 r to 1111II 1 A JJLiLtIltlttiieeIQ1iN U TYIIJtjj of tnutptou III n oanilitlale Jar Iwllcr of Wolfo oiiHiity Niitiject to thu notion of the Diimoorntlu Party I Ior County Cinirl CltUkII rp WI nre authorisedI to an 1 Urlvl1 nouiicu W H TlJT HR N oan I i didittb tar roolootJon as Turk nfthe WulfII County Court utiUJftt t the action i Doinuornllo party C1 A 11 Tere IlhnrbtllloIUO IIIIHUT I CAllllOLI nit u onndldnU fur County Court I Clerk Btibjuet to the adlim of the demo erotic jirinmry Sell 1 If WoO I Tor tPAnr SIKNCHUV I lor Assessor ol Wolfo county subject to the notion of thu Deinocrutio party I JrILSONWI ore niilhorUed to RIIII lnirr IUANK 1MUW WILSON nl n Miulldntii fur Amiouor of I Wolfe imunty auhjwt to the notion of the Domocntlo Party loanUltUl n cnnilldilo for Aasuo41r of Wolfo countyI t subject to action of tho Dcinocnitic IIIIrltt Veer County 8uttflrliil iid nt 1 authorised to anArc KASllWu MISUS 11IA HASH candidate fur aunty Su urlntcntlantIat a of Wolf county nuhjcot to tCite notion of 1 tho Democratic party llnTAUL15UIUTAULHKB iw n cnudlnMo fur County hu Ieerlntmidrnt of sehnols for Wlllfe untuitt I subject to thu notion ol the Detnuerntlu 1 party I ow Till jury in tho cnso of Caleb r loors charged with1 complicity1 in tho murder of Got Goobol which was tried at Georgetown Inst wouk nftor boing out 15 minutes brought 1 in ft verdict of guilty nUll fixed his j punishment ftt conllnomont in thoj ponitentinry for life Thoro is n diversity of opinion ns to the juu tico of tho verdict but it is notlII ble thnt thoBO who claim it wnsI unjst nro generally republicans and Brown domocrnttlI TIN republican commiltoo had a bettor got n hustle on and got thntI a tout nUll saw dust ring ready for Toddy is coming to Kentucky with I his military paraphernalia on to perform 4fENono glances at tho changes I f4t 1101itIicalkaleidi08ool1o r 1 mustjbtheholtthiniJJ- t DEMOCRATIC TIGKETj FOR IHKSIDKNT WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of NfJbrAikft Fort VICK IllKSIDKNT- AD LAI E STKVENSON of Illinois Fun OOVKUNOIt J 0r HECK HAM of Nelson County Felt UOXOUKH9 J IJANFOIID WHITE of Estill County KOIJKHT CAUIIOU of Btillwator IIIIH his annottncoment for county court clork in this issue of our paper and ho asks tho demoorats of tho county to carefully consider it Bob Carroll is a aolfiuado ninth his father having died when ho was but two years of rage His mother was poor and to secure an education ho had to depend solely upon his own effort Not only dill ho have to work to support himself but ho had to contribute of his earnings to support the family after which his utipond was small tacked lint being of a tempera disposition he Hvod so economically in nil things that he was ably to secure an education at the public schools of the county and his study hour being at night tilt midnight oil ho burned was frequently reflected front a pint torch Kvor sinco he llocamoI of the logttl ngn ho hits voted nod worked for tho democratic ticket and its candidates and long before ho attained his majority hu worked as a Irojan whenever and wherever tho party managers directed Ho wns a candidate four yoara ago for the sumo position he now seeks but was deformed for tho nomina tion by less than 100 votoa Not withstanding however ho put in his brat licks to secure the election of his successful rival and for thu ticket II from oond to oend II Ho has never before asked th + county fur an ollico but feeling that his work in tho past entitles him to Homo consideration and conscien tiously fouling that ho is compo tent to discharge tho duties incum bent upon county cleric ho asks for it this term Ho is sohor in linslrioua null onorgolio and should ho bo Iowardod with tho nomination and election ho goes upon record in this paper avowing that ho will give tho positioni ovary hour stud every minute of his tine necessary to a complete discharge of his duties Indeed ho says his ambition will bo to have it said Bob Carroll is tho host clorkWolfo county over had i ho koops his pa pers and everything in porfect or for With this introduction and tho implied promises to tho party to which ho is devoted wo leave his claims in tho thuds of his con stituents knowing full woll that they are not disposed to lot any democrat go unro Warded who has boon devoted and true to the tenets I and teachings of democracy Tho limo is short and he may ho unable to see sonic voters in which case ho appeals to thorn to member this stud promises to fulfill all ho horo says I Got BKCKHAM has snood tho legislature to moot in extra session Tuesday next tho 2Sth hint Ion names for consideration tho modification or amendment of tho Goobol election law Ho will prob t ably sot forth in his message to tho legislature his ideas concorn ing tho iimondmoutH to tho law and outline a bill which ho will rocommond An absolutely non partisan law ill what tho people want null if tho legislature will I j pass such a law at tho presont sos cii UD lnirtnnriiii majority i- tNvenlbor I will ho not loss thar ioUOO and probably go as high ns I 85000 Kentucky is safely domo cratin on a fair count but n lurgfI majority of tho democratic ipart i want n nonpartisan law The f popular rote in the last prosidon tinl flection gave to Mr McKinioy 2SI majority But if n non pnrti san law bo enacted ho will this time ho buriod under a democratic majority HO largo that ho will hard 1 ly realize that his name is on till Kentucky poll hooks C C FUIKH of Oampton wnb I horo Tuesday looking after his in terests in his race for county attor ney null seemed sanguine of suc cuss So far as Itch HKKAID is informed Juke huts a cinch on tlH nomination linked he is the only man apparently who wants it ac cording to our list of announce ments as Iris is the only name that appears as an aspirant The dem ocrat who wants an ofHto and iis not willing to support his county paper when that paper is of the tllIiollieomUtljlhoofthnLclns will seo to it that he has tho votes whim the convention is railed By their fruit yo shall know thorn and those who do not contribute to tho support of democratic insti tutions cannot consistentlyexpect democratic support TRUST PRICES Ami How IInI I j IllterestsII It requires per more whoaI to uy a stove than it did I I in l1805- It I I t requires 20 bushels more corn to buy a wagon than in 1S90 It requires 100 per cent morn corn or wheat to buy a copper kot tic than in 1SOG It reniiroa twist as much corn to buy a coil of rope as in ISSij- i t requires 10 per cent moro grain to lIltly a plow that in 118ln It requires 7o per cent more Jmill to buy a hoe rake or shovel than in 1 Isllti A sot of common wheels that cost iin Ism now costs H2 The prico cultivatorsi and other farm implements has gone up pro portionately Galvanized barbed wiro costs iron fl1 to 150 per hundred more than in 1800 It requires 10 per cent moro corn or cotton to buy a pound of sugar than in 1800 You have to pay 10 por cont moro for glass than in 1S1G Freight rates have climbed back to tho exorbitant figures of u few years ago Tho prico of oilconI lumber tools nod hardware has gone up from 10 to 100 por cent And all thoso things hobo boon done by trusts A trust robs you waking or bleeping eating or drinking work ing living or dying and the CoUin Trust got you in the end Why send away from hoot for pianoos organs sewingmachines buggios vtc rthon we can and will save you money and goods will ho lirat class Wo soil direct from factories and Sault you tho jobbers enough11oehinos Watches clocks itc in first class style and at reasonable prices We can astonish you in prices on lino bibles picturo frames watches II jwolry utcf act Kindly solicit ing tho patronage of Wolfo and surrounding coutios Mail orders shall have special attention When answering this advertisement eay you saw it in the HUEI GKKKN HKIIAII I am Very truly- J T GBVKDOX 13U Hnzol Groon X THE LEADING CLOTHiNG HOUJS J F ENTUO V Louis Gus Strans- L I xrcl 0 NO ADVANCE IN P81CESNO ADVANCE IN PRICES 440001 Wortll off Flue C1Uth- illSAT THE OLD PRICES 1you1 Beautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 aOIII OrS1 a 811118215IOO Other Dealers ask 1000 1IChildre1 will save you 40 per cent Largest in the state When you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters j LOUIS GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY r arMail Onlor Filled Promptly n J YM MFYNrrlwwrwMw YwNNwhwrLMeaw 1r oWjfin Orator peaks with Ctraee only Win ibis clothes fiti ijim fi C rae fuUy 0 r Like every one ho would ho III lit cnw in mIUUfik cliitlicx You will never foil I Hut wny It lyou wear clotliua iniiilv I b- ylose W 1Company r textknnwnthe ChtciiKo TiiUiira A Ptiit or Overcoat mulls by tlittn will FIT YOlK VKAMK COIIIL In noel pick out the geode yourwclf from the IruHt line of KiunpleH you ever sow You will win ruts If you have on tile of them millH Tin Kit and the Jimmy lire there What more 110 you want If the price IH right We will see to THAT nnd you will wet inure satisfaction then you ever laud before IF YOU COME EARLY you will get u shade the halt of It BO do uut delay SAMPLES DISPLAYED DY u u JU IHAZELI Iakwutarszo rr r s w zrMs sMsr sas JAYEYEEE l MH J L CASE Hickory Orovo 1nrni porno IBunchI Quinns Ointment It U tho l c+ t prcpfirntlon I have ever wed or heard or I heartily recommend to all llonvmcn frsllrnaredh1nMLSnudlerIsotAtratAkkofI1I U MnMW Vt wnZWiv2S2sJZS1J1 S ZdZSZd Yl 3GS59nnS2 z zit fl tSltotSjj 1 have just received the Guest line and greatest variety r LADIES AND CENTS BOOTS fSHOES I over brought to tho mountains and having bought thorn leforo the recent rise in loathor I nm prepared to save my customors11101o ft every purchnso lhov make I want tho ladies esnocially to xnnnA 5 my stock For the price I can show them n froutlaco 1100 hunt reet4 Iiw worhlboater It le indeed n beauty null to tho touch makes onO that the stockRespoetfully M BOSS ii- JF ww 4 ft 3V r ti AX Mi Ofl4 Tells the story When your heart BCbos rI Id feel bilious coned r puled unit oui t f tune with your h d 110 upi ctlte lust + buy is put sourut HoodSs Pillsr f pulefthey will I nr tw Irk iuro your headache unit iiiiu i nuao the liver Miit r IPV nKaln jft UJcuiitv mouifiiir itouurs O I 4 qt4JAAIa A I FARM JOURNAL Oleat From now to Doc 1003 Offer Nearly 5 Years By Bpin rimiigomunt nuule with thy publishers of thu FAUM JOURNAL wo nro oimltlod to oilor thnt paper to ovrry suKscribor who pays for THE HERALD oUt your ahead for only 100 both papers for tho prico of ours only our pa por out yoar null tho FARM Joust OAr from nnv until Dicomber 1903 nearly f your Tho IKAHM JotMNAii idi an old Oetublishod pn poronjoying grout popularity ouo of till Ixst mitt most useful fern papers pulilshd This ollnr should bo accepted without dlr + liv 4 Burn to the wifo uf Viii Sperm on Monday ix boy tf John M Krto la at Ml Sterling with 65 cattle and iOO lioml nf cheap Toni Mayniw of tliu HuUWarlieldtV was in town yesterday iiitorrlowlng uurI merchants J 0 Trimble of Ml Sterling iiti vie itingiYfci daughter Mrs J1I1 IDay ulIlii other relatives horn Willie Kiuh who was on liillmoraon X Saturday tolls us thnt Spiire Voit had a fine cow killed by lightning 1riday Pjyoti own a horse 1 Thru got IHg gin Verge IJjok Irico W Vents by mail addreH the publisher+ ilmcr Atkinson Co Philadelphia a Hmi to the wife of Herbert Nickoll t near Paysbiro on Kri lay a boy Dr Nickell thiiikH he will Ihe a rcpiitilicnn when the time conies to rut- sTHE BEST t Lollh1 hOU dint buying imdUlnc set lloodH sarsiwnlln and hurl tux best niidicliiH MONEY CAN BUY Ihe rcpdbltutnned rtliib countyi met at Campion on Saturday lalli nod elected deg a to tin Irvine convention in sheeting thrill for Sowaitl of Tike It rCcongu6i Dr Nickcll on Thurday liwl nmpu tAted a toe from Ulo foot of John White 1 of tho Stamper branch White cut lily foot in making ties nnd it wN necciwnry 1 to take the toe oft to prevent blood of poison 1 A letter received Kerr Saturday night brought tho information that Miss Lulu Johusona daughter of our fe IIow county i man A F Johnson who U now visiting relatives stud friends at Charleston III has typhoid fever Grant Lucy and Kd Titilbee attended tho camp meeting nt1t1 on Sunday Grant was looking for a Vest pattern notwithstanding it was Sunday and the 0ijcct of his tristo according to Mirj ii wild to bo a divine connII f liThe Fnrm Journal IH all writes J II Lisle the great fruit man and Tin UKIIAUI thinks so- cc t too pet for tho remainder of J1000 andnil of 1JOlI 1902 1 non and 1901 to every one who pay up for Tin HIUAM at the price of our papor alone which is only 05 cents 1 1 I II f Jra t LYlS JRII Leading lnsuranc8Agentof Offices t Llenttyv111e null Jackson A t1N PALIQUIP1 June 18 1900ITo EdItO of TitRHRKAU Dear CooperEnclosed nnd a few reI- N I to I haro saved IWltOTem1 The small pickupmequeens ofonoThe leaden I strutwithindlrectly twcon Privates Wood and Turnbull this inhoi rn clllnK nn n t 1hotwoartnronowsquadThetrlllkuthighlyan old client In tho city of Camcllnj shorts after that setWheelerI i Tho ring Iin one I took from the brut I ofnn IntheI Tho Hiuall unHHilicd shell iis ono I ll1molllllIerII lIcurHonolnlu tAkc1Ibarm ofn fair native brunette The largo Hiring of black beads were given mo hII native attIglllotto 1I1t c worn by the mountain tribes The clip of Mausers were picked from the Insurgent trenches at llambau Oct 2S The HhotildumrnpI I IIM one taken from a dead insurgent ollicorti uniform He WIH killed near Halista by tho Itli cav alry Nov lUlh The npectacles were taken from the tune oflicors pocket flit single MIIUHT bullet was imappcd1 at ono of our boys bau iiuurgent but missedl tire when our soldier nln rt him dyad unit took the bullet from the blear atoms gun I am sorry I cant send you Mimithim iiioru vnluuhli but the native ore not very extravigant in buying such nrliclw ns you will retllillll by examiningI I jjio o enelosod Will bring yon homo native wrappers when I como home It IK ruining very hard here now every day never cwising I Hon MuAMU of the iiiurgfiiuriny I Hurniidered his entire command the 1Ith- int 1 to Col Discidini of the title cavalry at Torino I Regard to Mrsf Cooper wail iiticcotti toII Tar HIXAII RcsIurtrnlly I GiKO C TAIJmICo IF lath Infmitry I I1 N Success to your uflort fur Its+ te or CI C T1 Sunday eight while slanding in n croivdln troupef II F Iwrntln tOIl Mimubody till ow n ruck from the direc I lion of the Day Home corner suit hitI urt Lucy on the right hand knocking down the knuckle of thu third finger nail j t tearing all the llish oil the 11II1txinglrt Notwithstanding thvro WM tlre or four I men in the crowd Curt was the only one hit fluid hu is anxioiu to lonrn the name the ono who threw the missile iit tlilltIi he may return the favor in kind O I J 4 iIs theEhin J this summer 1 Then add a little SCOTTS EMULSION tohismillUhrcctimesaday t It is astonishing how fastII he will improve if he nurses let the mother take theI Emulsion soesndfiooi all drerelxls MrtYY MIS Some one stole a new bill hook CallC taining ollicial papers suit I11l In mOllcyII out of the pocket of HArry PirkiiiH lout which wan lying on the reenter IIIII 1L F Picratts store on Friday telling last He will give 200 fur the roturlltt of the book anil Its contents and ask no questions if it be delivered at once hut If not tho person who is known will ho II prosecuted to the extent of tho law j Elza James and C H Htlse took in the camp meeting at Ezel Sunday anti report j a nice time Curt Is eiithusJnstic over a pattern of calico at f=act anti say 11I Hazell to anything aboutit iIM superior Green It In of semi French fashion i is rumored being a Iiertitt pattern andI exquisitely beautiful Klw1 taste run sI to flower of which the Ko o Is hi I favorite anti tilt one that blooms at that place surpnl nil others In swcetaIess- I You May Bond tho SaplinSI but hiltt the tree When disease JIM become chronic ud deepestvd It U often dUBeult to cure it That lIs the reason why It Sa beet to take Hood iJ t3arenparilla u heu dtllcaele fIrst shows Ituft Hoods PIIlsareafavorltafannllycthl ax VilA IS IImm T l hcarlr gnrdcnWheregrowSSllern a ray cdWhero tens of ympathr law Home IIt where the circle hi formed truthCIIholll conununluu every day youtitkhtIcllImuidoi sweetest drain ofA plncoI thnt eon be gurninlict with gruu Without n mnr or ntnlii Homi iis where the wnywurd child din nlwnyn fluid relief 5 11TIlt uiKhlne of n mothern lovo Will henry every Brief Home own then byes and brightest rrnt- Tliciuli wn bo fur away A vUiou iuro that never fade stayIlome yeiir Itobs not thnt lintel molls I1h111 hnlluwlllllHluls thCflitlll As when wo were n child Frvnrhbun Ky SM WllAON Reportd ofrpupils in district No 311ttI the Anti x thenfirst months oxamlnation ending Au gust 10 UltADK V nsComI us1ernieSIIIIIrllsfttfJoej- iniiAiut iv Addle Oldfiuld 01 grIlnudsiKnwiillI tijiiKdthersoInllii4Iiblue1 0 SOuI spins IiarelerliugI i Do hull 1 1IMteillmiK N Much interiMt in being manifestvd by piijdU ofOil grades Tho average ntItendanco fur the last two weukuMviw 00 i enrollinent 71 Ever exertion on the port of lelhl teacher xnd pupil is bring made for lieu advancement of t lie school rl11anx Teacher W S Tint our tllleliiit county court clerk was hero this week looking after his JCIICM in Ids race for rononilnation tool judging from wlUlt we could learn suitwhwt wo HAW ho rrpaKd all thoI gapM if indoodI burn wore any not seemed quite well pliimcd with liii pros punts Silas Tint lull made the county gfm clerk always attentive to burlI and nceinimodaiing to the public ho hiss now many encomluniH for leis uniform courtesy and upon the tine him d oral custom of giving the clerk a xocund torte bway of cndomumunt for hlM ull ciency lItf will hnve quite a strong fol lowing wall prciMnt M f nnidolile front at they primary next month And ngiin luidv from his crllcieDry null fidelity tuny con iler that lWing a cripple iron iliciiuii tiMn It wmild1 bo a litiiniuir ul to cndvrav him for a cecond time on I lliot accomtt Ur J II Tiulbce of Mt Sterling a by his brother Dr John A Taul I bee unit Miw Stinwin a profc ional J tutee performel xncceNHful operation upon MM John IVato of the State load lurk of Ked river on Friday Illd Mrs Prnltr has been confined to her Ird I for the pest three years but tho Indica flans now are that she will soon be up unit oboes and again enjoy life I Horn to the wife of John Murphy of tho Murphy fork on iundiy night the I 12th inst n girl Dr Nickell the com miwdoncr in the ciue nays it Is the only dlHfrauchlijcd republican ho hens Intro deceit in several mouths Hut tho young Indys papa U HO Htrong in thu faith that her Influente for lieu party will bo great Hob Brooks and Jack Sally left Mon tiny for Paris Cole county III The broom corn harvest In that section in what attracted them M hand are now in demand lit good wages Ho we shall expert tho young men to come home this tall with plethoric purges Henry Lee the 12 year old boyof Tom Hall was kitten by n copperhead sulk 0 today two weeks ago on tho right I ankle and his tether split open n chicken and nppllcd it to the wound which ex traded tho poison and tho boy Ilea xiiirci hown no signs of the hlteIt j If you arc entitled to tho Farm Journal and are not now getting it please notify I lititI J llKitMD for one year In advance tdiould have the Farm Journal null If you ore not getting It notify us anti it will come j Robert Ka h mid Harry Perkins at tended n watermelon cutting at Joe Leo Wilsons on Glllmoro Tuesday night Miix Lilian Ev ins disbursed the melon anti all who participated aro loud i their prune of the affair w tr n Carl Milt who has been away for a mouth past vtniUiig At Lexington Mt Sterling nUll other point returned home tutdlnd says no never did enjoy a months outing so mlchILoc Caskcy of Caakey houco neighborhood and Undo Andy Nickell i IIC j the Cox Mill neighborhood are re I ported by Dr McC Knsh an on the hick list tlJlu Trimble and laud Mupel left on Tuwluy tnornliiR for Lexington with I tho avowed intention of joining tho reg ular army TO CUUK A COLD IN ONE MAY Take Lixatlvo promo Quinine Tablet All dote fats rotund money If it toll t cure 25c The genulno has L H Qon each tablet IU litIMAK A sick ladcured of her dcufncim sad noijtea in tho hone by Dr NicholsonI Artificial11Mir Drums gave 10000 to his uRtituto so that deaf people unable to p roc tiro thl Mir Drums may have them tree Addrcn1 No tusn The Nlcholhon Institute 7S0 Eighth Avenue NcwYork lly Robert bushU ngcnt for tho Homo Stump Laundry of Ml Sterling anti will send his basket everytwo weeks Shirts collars culls etc laundered III the best stylelt Cupid fir thlll pnpur tuny be found on file At the Blllee of our VtithliiKlon uorreKponil ent IP 0 HIlIltrll IU8 K Street N14 Washington D C LWYM VMYPNa MM rY 0M M YrYYMrY MO VtIHIfAR 79 I ONLY WHITH TAR SOAP 1YOftLDirIpIsI and 11r1- Ihtpianl u NI l thelt itaid III CY It rntable all te Mall K rind RIIIIVIhQ tirupcnlM ul Ilia black Ur r ih tHiic HtcJom from their o JctII Xujc rttiifv- i was Iu M r tuwtl our wuh bowl for its is tlr rInI ju ti rr IIn Etiint nr wif water fit mare Irrrly than oiliri Ir 414i edict lIY inu ten rr ci nt put ouilaUtt soy ot the lillcil wwjn ut CIIIII If Iarn mutts niitr nljrccrlnf sum niticf fn hint 1IIhrwith lu inift thak titlirr iiiiko it M kulgnungkImlcoI Miiii In llic rifirne nr Ain alp mill hour tliseaif tk rbdrMefI i dniilrtJlI Kohl liriit fa- itntr rte Uhlur It highly it nllnenaet l IlvMiUn rwomriu nd II leer MIIMI b h- Ind fi IIMa uI cdulv ii heat rail the soap is I uly t3 a1111 1lrfndtdrulerfor41-r T MANUiACiunrDUYd p Coe CLINTON IOWA os an H Y i slINr 1001 rM il r4Ps11rPars lilies 1 MwivlliliiK fur dnlMiil Latvn null1 iiirden Hit Inrgekt Htuck fn Kviiiiiely offFruit and Oruauiontal Troos InrllIthuhlul III kiifheiUilillnhiiifiit ieiiiiul NuiHcny ono t Slruwlerry ntalniii r Ito be hud uiinpplitn lion In 4 LlttTclcphsmiu1 W IltAVIiS WMI L KAHII CRAVEN 5 KASH f4 HAXKL IKHKN KY I We have n nice hiiine and n full stock of POlTINS nr I CAHKKTH on hund nt nil lines which will lie told on thu most reu toimblu crimes Mr Wllllu Bash will net 1111 funeral direc tor and Ill rn lull eoflln nnd lieami upon re quest Hdllclllmr till Pllllr mire JI1lronnlfkcrcupecifully Itr HE HAL I IfllIIlJUNTUUI I CO YEARSII FTRADC MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone eonlnq a skMrb snA desalptlgn maf- quickly scertern our olnlllnfree whether an Commuiilr tronatrlctllaMtarondentiAL lUndtxiokonlatcDU for Mcadnn alenu- laCIII taken tbroutrh tnnntheco receive rprewlalts without charge la Scientific Jfttericati A bsndaotne11111atlntM xaktl JrweL oils mlatton or any clot tae oora eruI w rnboa vane dpi V Bt WMilaou r r 1 1 JfJIl wBF RAKER SfllcydyaarterN latlnill t ilir iy narxaeaTlk- aRica1dS0I Pros S II II Naskville r rosinManufacturers AIM f lieu of 8TAPlB and rtWOXl 8liOlu t tfrici il full lies of miiiiiiUs said solicits your trade 9 ty Itchand ifeCI1itlciaofV invent t wHi lllihI4C1IC4throulhetjKiitcrnlctiU i jouruato I send lot wuiplc copy TREE Addicu- VIOTQ3 0 KVAN8 it CO Silent Attorneys tons Building WASHINGTON D C FARM FOR SALE A SMALL FARM of r0 wires i aisle of North Middlotown Bourbon county Ky good iinprovoiuoiKe ordersCalloraddrosHJ S SWINNKV 52St North Middlotown Ky f CT VflllD HJllulul1IUtrluuh CAtRlllluatill Hazel Green UOaaBIl1U 0 Normalr Preparatory SchoQI IIF Fifternlll Scssian or lidSZlIdilllilN etL11l l E11Y will begin on Tuesday Sept Hlh 1000 full souses Ill nil llllIrhlll nC- Will hen IMUilllllllllll Win IL iiril H prlnrlml nn l j n full carps ol t0inu lciit neINb- nntN l will iiikiiHi the iioniluuti MIII rCM or Mill well liifivvn mitt JlhrIiutnuVM1 n conn JOHN BURNS ADAMS SiIvcrsmitn ana Jeweler LEl OlJY 3 Y OO OOOOOOCGOCOCCOCCCCOOCCO It piths Clocks Wnlrlie nail Jewelry are I kindttt iliu loatsl pricer anti guarnn i iK iiliiifiiciKMi In nil cimi- tpaSIIIIIII iitltiillnn In order liy ninll 1 t for acceptable Ideas Stoto If patented THE PATENT RECOBD Baltimore Md tiu IICr p floopoM tf4444440 OHss4O 0s 0 OHfII A KANII W II KAHII KASII KASH- a to7neyu cttLaWJ HAZEL GREEN KY Practice In court of the county and give Kjieolnl attention to collection J e4waoou1o44o1oooa441WINCIIESTEIt K II WITIIEI18POON Ireildent It n JlUNTJm Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Ilnnk Noliclti the Account of mar distil furinern traders and Ijiulucii men generally throughout Lantern wedotTerlt cultlUUJtI very Rclllty enttrthe mot Jlbv1 term within the Uln III of- eceltimatehsnkln netIRl- riI KE HARTFIELDlleuiliiinrler rullr Ky aitrmtRrYTN CUCCENHEIiVlER Co LYKCIIIIUUO VA Importer and Jobbers of Dry Good Nfl lloiin strict Frtiier flood We ninriuiaetiir4r tho well koowu IWATe ALL JII UaiH ywiK1him A himtJl T O Mta j i 1i- t f rlA f ta r Ir U S i s e == OUR LETTER FROM THE ORIENT 1 CfrpsMl Deo Tanlbeo Gives a Doscrlp tloa of HU Trip Across the Pa cilia Ocean To the TTnzei Grc n IlKnAtn- IANlQll P I July 9 1000 Editor HKHAIII Dear Sir I take pleasure In molding yon this diary kept by mo while cro ling the Pacific Ocean It covers a wtiA of thnu tinting fromI AuRiut IP 1895 to November 27 189U In some pintos it is imperfect yet not varying great way front exactions I San Francisco Aug 151S99a henntl ful morning am to leave for tho Philip pines this evening on the U S transport Senator May God blew those I leave behind me131 p m on board ship I and Im bidding adieu to friends 5 p m Il wo ore now pulling away from dock out In tho buy giving nccesrnry salutes AII linn of tugs nro following us out of tho bay J20 p m passed through land en OntftI1l cut riinco Into the Pacific Tho band is playing the Star Spnnglml JJnnnerj Gi0 p in have just bad supper and Im now on leek watching tin light I along tho abort grow dim and slot as we glide out into the broad ocean 9 p in Im going to retire good night Sunlay Aug 1No mutt in night this morning a clear warm morning break fact 630 beef codec and potatoes Im feeling Honicwbat sea sick Dinner IItClI carrots mill onions Supper bacon hard tack and ten Im very sick good nightTuesday Aug 1RI was taken to the transport hospital lust night at 12 clock have a very high fever this morning toII n soda cracker and drank n little ten for breakfast I miss tho tender attentions of mother in my illness No dinner no supper urn hardly wrilo good night j Wednesday Aug WIm fueling some what better this morning alo some peach preserves n cracker and drank a little I cream for breakfast Surgeon ayi Ic mut stop writing Noon MtifTbroezo blowing anil vowel I + rocking fearfully Chaplain Grigg canto in to ceo mo this Ii evening Ho iRI1 tine man Ate IIIIIIUII per good IIlghtcThunulay Aug 1 OSln calm IlkII clear Im sousing myself by watching the tiny wave+ from my window We rrr neon ring tho Hawailn Isles Ato nothing today Im very sick good night Friday Aug 21Ate a hearty ImnkI fast this morning consisting of milk toast rice with cream and peaches Surgeon told me I am to bo left oil ut Honolulu I in the general hospital Im pleased to I bear it for I am tirwlllof the oca I Saturday AUK 22 A InMtttiful morn ing tun Iis shining in at my window 180 p in hand sightedwilll arrive at Honolulu tomorrow morning Sunday Aug lllArrhcliint the hnrII bor of Honolulu this morning and Im now awaiting an ambuliince to take me to the hospital 130 p m At tho Hos pital a beautiful place Im attended by lady nurses Mr Cooper IIwill not give portion of diary covering my stay at Honolulu I was attended well and soon nursed back to health Sunday Nov 1lntI to leave this evening on transport Newport for the far oil Philippines MO Im on board vessel and Im amusing myself by casting pennies into tho water and watching tho native boys dive for them 180 p in Wo are now pulling out to sea The baud lis playing lI My Old Kentucky Home and as I write tears are stream lug from my eyes I wonder what they arc nil doing at homo this evening t Good bye scar parents and may God bless you Supper Uolloo and beans Monday Nov lOllt of sight of land A beautiful sea Wo lira running Hinootho and steady breakfast Fish bread and potatoes noon clear and warm 030 retreat 930 taps good nightTuesday Nov 3Cloudy this morn log with alight breeze blowing from S SR 10 a in Surgeon gavo n Ilecture on wounds etc noou tew rice pudding and cot o for dinner supper stew and pie Wednesday Nov IlCleaarand warm paused n schooner 9a in Im now sail big due west supper beans bacon anti onions Thursday Nov 5Raining this morn ing scfcalui a vessel sighted ahead 430 a m pawed vessel which proved to be H merchantman mtpper fish and potatoes Fridayfioy ft Clou anti very warm t 6i A w Im sitting on deck thinking of home Iwonder U I wilt ever bo per initted to tvacli home ahPa 950 p m = Up good aljjM- 6fcturdyiNbv fCltnf and sultry JM feeling u tuttally vroll Mope to be w U thereat p the trip i Via articles J 4 1 I lor war read to us by our adjutant i sup l I rruncliI Clcnr and lint n good breakfast this morning drifting of French tried potatoes bliculta and lash 930 A m services held on deck by i Chaplain Rice of tho 23tb Infantry We sang many old familiar tongs and closed with hand slinking and prayer How my mind drifts back to tltns I love anti how I long for them once more but my duty lies blow mi u 1 Iutit Ilrlufm it Mope they arc all well and enjoying themselves 11t home Supper tea old stew Monday Nov 9Clear and warm Im on guard to day1ta are toll out at sea Millions of flying fish are sail ing around tho vessel It is very amus ing to watch them Sea birds ore wheel ing anti sidling around tho masts of the IInllli sonic are brave enough tofalight on our rigging and challenge us with their doleful oroaking An old suitor told me that tho birds way a lUfet sign ofa nioim Tuesday Nov 10Hazy and cool n I dente fog tilling thetir 11 a m raining Im very ti nrlu iln son would I liko to be at home today Supper IQs matoes apple sauce nile corn Wednesday ovIICIlnr1 and warm Passed vt tl this morning nlll1 oclock It wits a liner hones from our far away possessions the PhiHppiies i Up m a man fell overboard but was saved by n rope thrown to him by a sailor Supper Stew onions and cutloe Thursday Nov lGlolltly and cool The flnilon are washing down the decks Im feeling unwell today Ate no supper Friday Sov laChar rind warn A boxing contest on deck this morning be tween two soldiers very amusing Im feeling very lonesome and tired Saturday Nov HClcnr and warm 130 pin very hot no wind I would lots to bo up among tine mountains of old IKentucky about now but plus I can not Supper oysters Sunday Nov 1i1 Still clear and heat increasing 1 am wearing u white duck suit which is very cool Services again on deck Dinner plumpu iding earn anti pie30 p m pa+ od another liner This evening was spent in rending uno 0111 letters fond memories of home sweet home A photo figures in my amusement also Suppor Stow and po tatoes Monday Nov tliClenr and warm Wo arc nearing a meridian Tho vessel sails beautifully A glorious sunset this evening Hope they rare not anxious about me at hours Supper Iteuns stew and soup- Tuesday Nov 17Cloudy and some what cooler this morning Looks liko a storm approaching IHope it will out serious I wonder what tho people WII Hiizel inHMt are doing to pm luvay t1l 1 time IHello night IEditor and Curtis Z- lapsgoo11 I i11eatherI i meridian this morning at oclock have f lust 21I hours time Noon Transport iTartar just a rend of us Supper Fish a beans anil potatoes Our vessel is now up with tho Tartar and wo aro holding communication with her Taps Thursday Nov 19Cloudy and very windy Vessel rolling considerably j can bardlywrito jII Friday Nov 20till cloudy and wind high Sailors preparing for a storm Dinner Corn potatoes and valid sup per Beef 1l1I111IlI- hSatI1rlIn Nov 21Cloudy with high wind Great waves era rolling and toss ing tho vessel around fiercely i 10 a in lost sightI of tho Tartar t5 p m raining heavily Supper Stow anti beans Sunday Nov 2Highsea Waves like mountains aro tossing us about Otto moment wo are seemingly up among tho clouds rout till next we seem far beneath tho turbid waves God protect those at homo and may they never have such experience as this Monday Nov i8A terrible night at I last over Soa inerDiwing In fury I wrote u short note to mother this m ri ing corkod it up in a bottle and throw it overboard If I am lost I pray it reach her Vessel rocking so I can no stand up- Tuesday Nov ileal still high We are drifting out of our course Noon Sea sonic calmer Hope it will soon bo over 1 p m our food was nil washes1 overboard by a high wave breaking open tho entrance into pun try ninth washing iit all away Supper Rice and prunes Wednesday Nov 2rSen calm and clear Our vesselI looks like n petted wreck this morning with nil her mast and rigging gone But the sailors aro kept busy repairing lien Will get to Manila the day after tomorrow 2 Ip m Luzon sighted The land looks invit r i t ing with lu green groves of palm andi bnnann tree a Thursday Nov IJIenr and calm very warm arid uncomfortable on deck Wo are now pausing around the northern extremity of Luzon Supper Rico i and prunes Friday Nov l7We are now in Ma nila bay and will go ashore this evening Thank God the voyage la oer All around us can be seen evidence of the i 4ImlIngfur sale Tine tug is tinting to take us ashore Com Good byeII t Co IF 12th US infantryiJ i Manila P1 I j All who desire to wear nicely I laundriodshirts collars cuiTs etc i should call on Robert Cord agent or the Lexington Steam Laundry tho work of which is superior to that of any laundry in the state tf If your horse or mule linen lump hunch hoar sjwino curb splint or any Ilk ailment go to John M Hose told nett a bottle of Quinns Ointment which will re move tho olistnclo tf Fon SIIA scholarship in the Commercial1 College of Kentucky University By early application at this office some young man save several dollars tf InII rr trItA ttv u = tf SL Q1 1 D OrK 11 r 7t rII 1 I Mil UF u NCW til t IJtt11 I The Leadins Specialistst cf Arcsrlca J 20 YEARS 111I I CHID s3 I 25QOQOJURED j VIE CURE EMSSON S j Nothing can lx nvirn Icuiorilinitf tutr I young or mUillcnjod1 incu than tho Irri j cneo of theo nUhtly j I MO iVirf prolucatsrtkne ncrvoitsnc1 n frrhtiK Y nf iliiriirtnthtnuliilotrani f liWIo n i They until n man for burins + wnrriol1 W Ufo and foclnl liti inc+ f N inatlvrl whether caused liy evil ImUM In ynuth ft natural iTrakne n or fcxual rertnt nurlKi Now Method Treatment nll iidtivvy K cute Ju- uNO CURENO PAY I Hauler you ncrl lirlp Iftrly rlnifnrr hj litter oJtccrfc may hivo weakeatl Vii yj Kxo uro icnv have dlfraviil yrn lcal v nro not sofa till Iliroi 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