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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h- Y6c r M J J J I 4 eIILLJAZnLtt w Established 1 March 4 1H85 Mado Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and Ills Continent by Max ORe11IU SIXTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN I WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1900 NUMBER 18 =ettuersrpYe1tt a- aturd1oldIItrThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In tho Kentucky MountaInst4 v 1Kll in TKAK Atlvaaot = I r couKTrMiws NOTES To Insure insertion A 11 co A res 1- ondfiice y mtmt bo in thloffico by Monday night of eneh week and Lthat nenrbyon Monday moruinj dorcHct in dutyOur corrc wmltiits arc to Hint henceforth theyTO want say I Iond not receive papers except for the- week they Imvo news letters We arc dependent upon thorn for tho news and when they fnil to send in their favors IIIIthey put us to great inconvenience it SWANGO SPRINGS SAYINGS- It still onlinnoB to bo hot Somn of our hoy tiro preparing to enroll with tho school at Hazel Green this week Miss Norn Lon visited her undo larkin Lowos fancily ut Consola gStutdnyg of Grassy apont Saturday night with Ernest uiul Pory Swango South Trimble mid G B Swnngo- of of Hazel Greon gnvo tho Springs 1n call Wednesday Mrs L H Byres of Cnrlislo is e here for = tho benefit of tho wolf t known Swango water John Henry of Ezel bought a fine calf of Harrison Swnngo fore which ho paid 1250 Landlord Craft who is teaching at Index is homo on a two weeks vacation with a very sore arm South Stamper of Grassy wet in this community last woek on business and talking politics Osa Byrd of Salem and Bruce Rose of Stillwator were very pleasant guests of Rush Swango Saturday J D Henry and wifo of Ezol anti E F Cecil and wife of Con solation were visitors at Uncle Harry Swangos Saturday Unolo Harry Swango gave his old barn grtat honor lust wook by putting a new roof on it That is some improvement isnt itl Harry CNilof Grassy was in these parts last week anti says ho is n candidate but as iit dues not tako the votes of tho people to car ry him through ho will not make it public Sept 11 UNO TOLIVER TOPICS Corn cutting is tho order of tho dayDlissElizaNickollpassod through Toliver Saturday flyingtripElzn James of your town paid Us a pleasant call Sunday Miss Mollio Miller spout Sunday with Miss Lucy McNabb spoutTbttrsdny Mrs Eliza Kash and May Nickoll Wore soon in these parts Wednes dayJ spentSunday ifeMiss throughheret dayMrs SatdayE HolingQuito folksfromwaybogyMr Little of Detroit and Noah c spuntundityaught SwangoJaniPs daughtorNiBSJ SaturdayI3anford boon rtisti cotmnliesliunninCbarloyendedcourt ut Ezol Friday rottrnodbongohas f beon visiting for some time 1 W McNabb doputy sheriff b I LibertjjnlQuite youngfolks SundayHollo1 never PhialIllhomtfromat Stillwator and reports a flat timo Jim Linden is seen in Tolivor quite often I wonder if it is tho Squire or his daughter ho comes toseeM1 i Lizzio Kashof Hazel G rcen was visiting her cousins Misses EfHo told Elma Wilson Saturday night and attended church at this plow Sunday Among those who attended tin Speaking at Cnmpton Monday SwnnioJO W McNabb Yo scribe took dinner with A B Swango and family Sunday and was highly and pleasantly en tertained by his charming laugh tors Misses Etta and Carry Sopt 10 SmxKK SUNNY SIDE Mrs Pike is visiting on Grassy this week H E Onoy made a business trip to Jackson Saturday A wolf told story is as welcome in a sickroom as n sunbeam Your writer enrolled in school Tuesday anti the outlook for a good school is glorious No ono can accuse us of peeking news this week for wo havo noth ing to toll We are no news pack- or The teachers association for Broathitt county wns hold at the mouth of Frozen creek last Satur lay Coma Bico and brother John passed through hero on their way to a beau hulling at Sobern Trim bels last Saturday evening Drew tho little son of John IL Brooks is quito sick at the homo of his grandfather Brooks Dr Nickle is attending him AlwaysI greet your friouds with a smile they carry too many frowns in thoir own hearts to be bothered with nay of yours Uncle Bonus has wont anti boon a candidate for justice of the peace If ho gets thoro which wo hopo ho will wo will have to keep our ponce Wo spent Sunday most pleasant ly with Miss Lizzie Craft and wo liad a good dinner too and tho way wo did oat corn and chicken gravy was a plenty Scott Lacy who has boon visit ing his parents for some months past returned to his house in Kansas last week Wo regret his departure tho young folks will miss his manly presence Mrs Mi Onoyof this place spent tho tiny most plenty with the family of Dr J bco lFriday and in tho afternoon was treated to all tho watormellon ho could oat by tho generous hearted doctor and hdwanl Your writer hind n phonsnnt drive to Leo City and back Friday with Mr Bronnoman nUll charming daughter Miss CordSa and just horo wo want to say that if ho had cnndidnto ho could not have boon n treated us with moro generosity and politoQOM and ho has our thanks Wo hail such a good timo at the tonehors nssociatiut Friday Mot friends andoldvith BO many oolinates but tho lest ofnIl Jo saw that dear boy who has boon brother to U9 but our than amoro sister whom we oxpectod to nb 40nt ovas not UHP and again vo to into and hear hun lad to yield wokSusie wait another SIn no IU1d whinm still be gratifiedyour wiin r wIth the utmost nnt yvo ore impatience Sept 11 SOBIB SUNBEAM rjB MORCAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES Miss Lola Young has returned from n visit at Canoy Ky Mrs S J Dyo is at present suf toying from throat troublo Mr Caskoy of your town was here on a business trip last Mon dayStove Piorntt of Ezol was at tending to business in town last Saturday Miss Etta Swnngo of Tolivor was calling on our merchants last MondayMr Mrs R A Childors vis ited tIll family of Thorns Wells on Sunday Mrs T TI Williams of Clifty was visiting liar laughter MM John Childors Saturday Dr Taulboo of Hazel Green was attending to patients in town Monday Mrs Dye told Jordan Wills Uncle James K and Aunt Martha Nickoll of near Ezol wore visiting relatives in town Friday and Saturday last Mr Wills who was stabbed on Monday last by Bud Bolin is ro ported to ho some lbettor at this writingMrs F N Day and two charm ing daughters Misses Minnie and Virginia of yo editors town wore visiting Mr and Mrs Wills last SundayMr Mrs B Bowman have returned from StiUwator whore they have boon to attend tho bed sido of tho lattors mother Mrs HoggMiss Ida Rose principal of tho public school at this place in at present very ill at tho homo of James Cecil near Ezel We hope she will soon bo able to attend hor dutios in tho school room Mrs Sarah Wills and brother visited thin fnmilof Wiley Per kins on Lacy crook from Thursday until Saturday taking in the teachers association at Loo City on Friday They report as having a nico timo Henry Putt and wife who have Noon visiting relatives and friends in Maytown for some time will leave for their homo at Louisville Thursday much to tho regret of their many friends The funeral of tho twin infants of H A Childers and wife noel also tho funeral of tho infant daughter of Henry Murphy and wifo will bo preached at this place tho second Sunday in October at the grave yard at tho homo place nnar town by Revs Adams aim Blankenship Sept 10 LEOLKNK CONSOLATION CHAT Mrs A Blnnkonship is quito sick at this writing- S II Elam and wife visited on Johnson last wook Dr Curtis Govedon and wifo passed through Consolation Fril tiny T M Loo hs bought tho farm of Jas Brewer on Bookers branch price not known W F Lykins of Grassy Lick was tho guest of W J Wallaco and family Saturday night Clay Cecil attended tho teachers association at Loo City lFriday rein roports a nico time Luninio Long and littlo son of Linking who haveboon visiting rel atives hero for a wook past ro turned homo Sunday We are having ono of tho heAL schools hero over taught in Morgan county have a total average of GO pupils per tiny Hollo Lizaboth Ann when did you return and what did you do with tho hired man Toll us all about it Every ono from Consolation to Satisfaction is preparing to at tond tho annual mooting at Old Grassy church on next Sunday Candidates aro ronming this neighborhood with a broad I grinw j 2to a smilo n yard long on their fRcoI nil because election timo is draw ing hoar Sept 11 EIXNIM EZEL DOTS Susie Sunboam lots have another snake tale- Friday as Squire Burgess law day and candidates woro plenty JrillnytillMrs Vic and Miss Lizzio Pioratt returned from Cincinnati Satur day Mr Hylton has recovered his monoy It was fttttndon tho rond between Jericho nail Ezel Judge 0 P Carter and wife passed through town Saturday on thoir way to tho annual mooting in Menofeo Sept 10 LirAHKTH ANN MIZE MITES vistingthemild Sunday Bonn hnllingi and applo cuttings are in vogue now in this neighborhoodScott rondo n flying trip to Mt Sterling Friday Why in I such n hurry Scott I Tho annual will soon bo horo and wo hope to havo n lot of nova next week Sonic throo or four weddings to report no the littlo birds toll usIJ T Perry and Uroy JFugato came in from Illinois lridntlho boys had been working in thin I broom corn harvest and they say wages are high and hands hard to I gotSopt10 CAKFAX I MENEFEE COUNTY FRENCHBUKG SPARKLES Turner Wells and wifo paid a flying visit to Wellington on Sunday I There woro n host of drummers and visitors hero this week i space will not allow their unities 00 Cole of West Liberty nnd W M Wilhoit of Louisville woro horo last weak on court business I Quito a largo crowd loft hero on Sunday to attend the Missionary I Haptiat association to bo hold at IIR Ingrain church J milos from this plncoIII II Wall of Chicago Il1I spocial tl1 Ill of tho Continental Insurance company was here on Saturday adjusting losses of the Annonto Lumber Co and paid the losses of tho company satisfactory to all concerned I John Payne of Scranton Pa is with oxJudge nay and is looking I at a largo tract of laud in Menofeo county with a view of buying Mr Payne is interested in the Annonto Lumber Co anti an ac tive capitalist I Rev J W Hardiman and J B Lowis ministers bolonging to tho I Methodist Protestant church from I Oslo and Broathitt counties stoppod over Sunday in this place I and preached for tho people They are on thoir way to tho minimal con ference which takes place in Bath Ky Rov Rhodes Hill and Ezokiol Spencer lay delegates ac company thom Yo scribe baa learned since tho wedding announcement of hint nook that time ago of Parson Moore I is t4 yours Perhaps tho oldest preacher in the state if not in tho I United States to perform this suorod rite When this county WitS made this old divine and Oliver P Wells wore tho only Masons in boundary Yo scribe had tho pleasure n few evenings ago of hearing Adu Will iams the peerless musician render some choico inusioon time orjjan Her singing springs from a voice that is clear and as it vibrates through the nil it strikes the ISaUming our with pleasure nnd all those who hnvo hoard her piny and sing have classed hor tho prima d nun oUbis little village Yo scribe was sitting on tho porch of Groenwados Hotel on G Thursday ovoningwhon who should drive up but Prof Cord wifo nod son Robert It was nn ngrooRbl surprise Tho Professor observed mo reading n pnpor ho asked mo tho mare of it I told him it waa TUB HiMiAin Ho said if I did not hand it to him quickly I would lose my job I did so and ho on joyed the contents of tho dour oldrshoot as ho hail not soon a copy for three or four wooks 1ho party stopped over night nod early in journeytowards Sept t11I1 P 0 ET = i nnOUnl8m8nT + CoarWl nr Jmlgn AtpinU ArretInu i time for liulge nI thin Court nt Appcala front 1100tlonKD C OJlEAIt Fur UI1IrIItnlhUht DUtrlrt CECIL or Morcnii connlv ni n onndtdntu fit Mulnttvo to the LittUlntiire fur Uolfo uonntlc Hiilijcot to the nctlo Domoornllu jinrty 4I For CouUly Jntlgc party I BUST FULKS TYLER 1IIOIIIIrUOIraI CONGLETON nt0touuceJcountyntbjeet 1CENTER Wo nro anthorUcd to an 11nunucu 0 T C1a nI InilSTAMPER1vu n nro authorlied IPANK to 1 1 111IIhcrlli11111I1I1I1Irlof Torrent nil n cnndldato for thin ofllcu offt Shellir of Uolfo County xubject to notloQ of tho Democratic party For County Altnrnnr l J MILLER COMB1V rI1UrlvhWcnru IIIIIIIUllrn JCRUIIIIUhjlrIVo nro authorized1 to nn 1 nouneo A 1L MIIJKIl AH A rnndldntn fur the ofllro of Jailer of Wolle county subject to thu notioi of tho Dcmocrntlo imrty u anti nnthorlxcd to nn U Iy111 LOMI9I cnndldntc for Jnllerj of Wolfo county nub to tho notion of tho Democratic party 111Wuof Cnnipton na n cnndldnle lot Jnller or Wolfe county nubjcut to tho action of glue Deinoorntlo party For tfoiiiitr Court Clerk J nuthorIae d1 tORn 1v S TUfT ns II can didnt for rnclcctlon na Clerk of tho Wolfe County Court subject to the notion of the Dcmocrntlo nnrly CAUROLI OAltUOU RII n cnudldnlo for County Clerk Hitbjoct to the nctlon of the credo prhunry Sept IB 1000 For Anvcxor COOPER WILSONWo CRUEY IlCASFWo Wo nnnounco HPENCGR COOIKIl m a cnndldnte AMOIIOT of Wolfe county nubjoct to tho Ior1011 of the Domocrntlo pnrty nro authorized to nn rilANK PILES IVIUSON ni n cnniiumtc lor Amcnor or Wolfe county nubjeet to the notion of the J Democratic imrty We nro nuthomod to an nouiico 011 CUUKY III n cnndldnta for Awewor of Wolfe county itibjcct to Bctlon of tutu Dcmocrntlo party for I nro Hiiinnritoii to In MISS IUJ A nA n cnndldnto for County Bunerlntendent of Wolfo county nubjeet to tliu notion of tho Deiuocrutlo party TAULBEE RuthorhlII II11111l01l1l11 CIit1I Cnnnty9nperhtlmtdenb IKA8HV JVo Bro Authorized tofnnnounco JOHN W j TAIIMMiK ni n cnndlunto for County 8n purlntetutcnt of rhoolll fur Dentouratlo inhjcct to the nctlon ot the Iparty 1 SPIRNG 1900lTrees Plants f Vines r Bretrtblng for Orchard Lawn nag Garden Tlib Indent stock In K ntucly of r Fruit and Ornamental Trass = r Ornpe vine I Khulmrb and goods ordlnariyflountl hirsuch ritabUihtnent General Nur8f yaii4 Strawberry 3aUlog f to ba b ul oa appfee lion Jrp toII P UU4J1 JUCYL1J Telephone 27DLfXl t lv JtcJ a r A nP i5 Yw v 1 d n- t r f- rLa 4 v i hr r t = oJJ 4 a JU = 1JtHE HERAL n SPENDER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY II THURSDAY September ly 1000 DEMOCRATIC TICKET roc 1MIKHIDKNT WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of NoLrnnkn roe VIOK IHKBIDKN- TAD LAI B STKVENSON of lllinoiH roii OOVKHNOK JJ 10 W JIISGKIIAM of Nolson County roll COMWKHH J FORD WiriTlC of ttstill Countv UNDKU tho most fnvoruhlo nu apicoH tho largest unrollinont on tho opening tiny of Hiizol Groan uuiuluiny heretofore wits tin and tho recent mlvorno circiiinHtiincoH lOll many to hot iovo that novor ngnin could that figure ho roachod But tho friends of Prof Cord Homo limo Bincoavowod their dotcrminn tion vindicate his reputation an a tonohor and the ros111LiH told in alto onrollmont of Monday which was 00 21 more than over showed up on tho first lay Tho 01V B Ml hits notion in ttransferring its prin cipal J patronage to tho Morohead Hohool was calculated to throw a dnlnpor upon thin proHpoct of Jfaxul Groon academy and Prof Cord as woll and Jtho profesHorw friends folt that since that gentlemen had apont 10 yours in earnest ondoavor to establish Hnol Grown academy no tho loading educational insti tution of lEastern Kentucky his 4 efforts should moot with proper endorsement Hence they wont to work With IV Will nUll1 1 Ivory man woman and cliltd in this aflctlon boonmo ti living advertisement for I tho noadomy aniVenngitoponnsof praiso whenever null wlierovor op portunity offered Nor is this nil Ero another week it is confidently hoped null expected that tho enroll mont will roach at loast 120 Not only hues tho academy become a household word among tho pooplo horo nnd hereabout but its fame as n seat of learning has reached1l othor states and territories with tho rosult that many will matric ulate from states far away Else whoro wo record tho names of fou who will matriculate this wool or next and thoro aro moro to follow lj Lot tho good work go on and lo l everybody put his or hor shoulder to tho wheel and givo it n push If interested in horses cows or sheep take tho Farm Journal It is a wonderfully good little minor and you ought to tnko it Wo at can Bond THK HKUAID one yonr and xr Farm Journal nearly 5 yenr8 ro ti mainder of 1000 nil of 1001 1002 1008 and 1001 to every one who willI subscribe for THK HKUAID both papers nt tho price of ours only 05 coots fty4 FOR BALEA scholarship in tho t Commercial College of Kentucky University By Dearly application 1 tfoft t thii office some yours man pan tf I ilI wreral doUml1 tr 10 ItItlti It f 1 Jsf i OIT That the Powers case wns a cost ly ono there is no doubt as hurt are BOUIO of tho bills Tho wore pnid 2 a day for urlliI vices and n dollar n day additional wns paid for tho board ofiiimh making 21 a week for each titan They woro on duty 88 days milking a total costof 1808 for juror The foes of tho commonwealths witnesses including their mileage will amount to ovor 10000 Tho trial was tho moat celebrated and prolonged in tho history of the state It began July 9 and lasted five weeks and six days In all 101 witnesses woro examined nud 8015 pngos of typowritten testi mony was given from tho stand There wore thirteen lawyers for Powors and eight for tho common wealth The first testimony was hoard on July 18 and tho last witness for the dofonso loft tho static on August 18 There was also 1800 in Powers pocket when ho WilY caught while on his flight to the mountains Tho tplophono lino to Leo City will bo in operation by tho latter part of this week or tho first of next It is not yet known whore tho box will bo located at Loo City as it will bo lot to tho highest bid tier but it will bo of great advan tngo to tho man who controls it as he will not only got his own moasagos free but its location tint urally brings more or loss trade Jamos S Williams of Sellers Morgan county was horo Tuesday evening on route homo from Tor rent whither ho hud boon to take1 his sister Miss Mnttio 1hipps who loft on Limn evening train for DUll ville to attend tho leaf anti dumb iinstitute in which situ IIIIH been u student for throe previous tnns John Tyler one of tho candidates for jailor who was hero last Satur day in a talk with tho editor said ho was sanguino of success His neighbors and those most inti mately acquainted with him say ho would make a modelI jailor I am in a position that Ir can not ho at homo all thn timo but when I am at homo I stay until 1 do till impairing that is loft nl my oftico So bring your watches clocks sow ing machines and gut thong repair ed at reasonable prices and lit hood style 1011 can loavo goods at my homo Guarantee satisfaction JJ Tl GKVKDOX Mr Fitzgerald paymaster of the Ohio and Kentucky railroad pass ed through hero Sunday on runtyt to Torrent to take the train for Chicago whither ho had hoot HUIU monod to the bedside of his mother who was satin to be dying H Milliq rg- J Latest Sjirigg StgIRS I r+ fRIMMED ANU- UNTRIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS c which aro of tho latest patterns nail up loilute In till respects ho Indies of hazel Green fled vicinity arc requested to call and examine my stock n DRESSMAKING In connection with my J1ILLINKUY STOUK I hnvo n lino of drees trimmings including bhirt waists shirt waist goods etc etc mid nm prepared to lit nnd stake drew + in tho latest styles and do all kinds of sewing In Roth departments I am prepared to sell very cheap tool guarantee satisfac rtiou in all casts MRS F N PAY GIVES SliiiST AWD tJu tr 1 s U 130 Days riirowr utnrtnI br njr Koctric Pelt juauttnnttntonmlJlUatxftla tillwhoi thatlarctrlcltr IttSCrt1I1I wtIwssstierl I Siftfc IN 12 entelopawN nsw 01 y iliSrr J W ClIAVKN WM L KASU GRAVEN S KASH = y II HAZEL GRKEN KY I n s Ao have a nice lionrmi nnil u full stock ol COFIINN mill CASKETS on Inind at nil Mutes which will lio sold on the most rea Miimlilu tcrniK- Mr Wllllo Knoll will net tfunural iHrco tor anil furuUlt coliln nnil hearso upon re quest Soliciting the public patronage we tire respectfully etc tHANKX it KASH DR M C KAS- HPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON UIIIcu ut lay house 1IAHKLI ClltKKN KY Will answer calls tiny or night Stir fiery obstetrics and IforuMs of fonwloH n Kpccialty Iveqin a supply of mcdiciiiCH ri 1 itflTAi I WHITE TAR SOAP IIONLY TUB WOULD Whltar snap il 1 lUAtltl Ui 11 l purist I t its alndMiiicri rtotlie IJI luk ttr- UI j slu every wayIt contain iil liclicilini nnil nntl clll- I1ptItlcl of the Miitlc ur amps with entire freedom from their oojrc tluflilhI cttiirei It suns ncitltrr t wtlnor wn libovl for Its lithnr l mni wuliitp- U Indicts in Card or sod water far mnre Itcely liui other tar fM nnil twinir percent pure outlasts any ol II tile liilCil soaps uj cual iiie It contain much more glycerine than othrr soaps iuiil ihii tlRcthcr wltli its Mift thick Ithr- ue itII king among sliani lo noun In the rioitnutit of skin scalp and hair ilUeaM iKk ivattl ct+ r1r iliinlriiff scoliJ licnil Lilt mis hair etc Whltar IU highly riconiuicinlc- drlyncliim rcconimriul it for lialilci li thi and In town of chafe or heat rash the soap is pccutiaily cffi4tiju + ltt flour Pettier for II- MANUFACTUItCD DY iT- GLiOTOM SOAP CO CLINTOH IOWA u intdt tqt 1J ttltt WIXCHKKTKll KY N II WITIIUKSIOON President U ly JIUNTKU Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 0000000 This Dunk solicits the iiccoiintN of HUT oluiiitu lariiiors triulort nndl litisincss nuii unuriilly thriiiigliixit 1 Eastern Kiiiturky and otters Its customers every tneflitya aiitj the most liberal terms vitliin the limit cl uifitiiimteliuiikint ortKSly Ii Hazel re- effoaog I III 0I l i SchoollII ofRIlt N EMY will begin on iI 11t111900iIwill lie maintained II miditit i II ants will insure the contintnil i success of this well known instiII parlieularsWMI ii conn for acceptable Ideas State If patented THE PATENT RECORD MdIi SlOOI I I 50 YEARS V EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIQHTB lYc Anyono conrtms n tkctcli nntl Ooscrlptlon wnj nnlrklr narartnln our opinion rroo wnoUicr An 11IlOtIIII x pr hntlr pMonUtiln Cdmtiniiilrn y mntIAnntlot 1 11I1IUOOIk on Inlonll rcurtnQ1uttentt1ntntatpeekii notice without clanro lu tbu Scientific Jlinerican e A hllnltlom 17l11ullralfo1t weekly I ircMt rtro nilitlon of any Mlontiao lournnl Terms M a- turifnurtnouthsLy Hold by all nonitlcnlcrm Yorknraun5 I 41Ilfiaifi 41 it Till LBAPING CLOTHING HOUSEH i j C tr- Jf Errp rLTC Y t i I Louis this Strausii JLsE LJ INO ADVANCE IN PRICES NO ADVANCE Iii PRIC- ESC1Otillll54 Ai THE OLD PRICES 1you1 Beautiful Suits at 500 Other Dealers ask 1000 BEautiful Clan Vorstcn Suits iltflOOther Dealers ask 1000 Beautiful line of Boys and 1 Childrens Clothing We will save you 40 per cent Largest in the state When you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters LOUIS 5 GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY arMail Orders Pilled Promptly rww w wuwuwtwwww A Il t rr t A y i W J Y K i Y IIlfprm9 end cummr mj i Openin9 of q Company r- 1o 5 dewone gj of jamples milt received from which you ty cnii mnko your Holcctlon for your vonriiiK npptrrel with n KUiirnu tee of HiiUHfuctloii ThiH Cou corn la the IiiHt Itnowii Firm of Nerclintit TiillorH In ChlciiRO mid do the I urgent htiHliiotiH of Mercliaiit tnllorltiK in the Unltcil Staled Ire can nhuv you HIIIII titteriliac111111Itand uialo dale patteni till new Htylet and lobby creations pricoH arc right too anti you hill Kotn Kiirment now with the proper cut and fit and with good linitiKu to correspond 1 fluke Your Selection Parly SAMPLES DISPLAYED DY SOLE AGENTS VT ASi Jic Y I HAZEL GREEN KY rQ1iiiifs I g T 4t iiTmf FOR HORSES stantTSit the hcntl oran veterinary remedies Such troubles ns Spavins Curbs Wimlmitfti Splints Hunches have no 3 terrors fir n horse if the master keeps and npplicr Quiuns Ointment ft well known horsemen speak of it in the highest terms il slrr kHlLtnynt iratkinlaotrannut St nl brother or Ut + UI hey writetw hlJUliOII1eAgniuntatnhunntwltllgrtsur nlbrlp ratttnitilixsrrlumtiriNrcltrrtfully rftciimnidiiil It to our fruunU Kut curbs Hiitit htihTln ur ilunclx It 11x100 noil Price 1150 Smaller size soc Sold by Itll11rum ill or scit ly m1iI1 1 W S EDDY G CO WHirCHALL N Y OT5 v2 SIW 44 Imf cn In 11 nqL p 1 r I ttJiOyijiIi fcjjEa HjT I rocoivcil tho ffinest lino nnd grontoBt variety if LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS fSHOES ever brought to tho mountains and having bought thorn before tb- srecent riso in llljuiituvi I ant propnrod to save my CUBIOIIIOIB mOl1oyoe every mirclmso thoy mnko I want tho ladies oppecinllyl to exn my stock For tho price I cnn show thorn n froutlnco shoo thntiworldbontor It is indeed n beauty and to tho touch makes ODO qtJ that tho shoomnkor got hold of tho kidglovo stookaRespoctfully JOHN M BOS i yrr Jfl l a irI nd F rt = l t ConetijDatlon Headachy Biliousness Heartburn lndlgestion Dizziness Indicate that your liver la out of order TJw bust nioillclno to roust Iho liver niul euro till thuso ills Is found In rJJJVI JplyHOBS Sfc23 cuts Sold by nil medicine ikuLrs ra JIME IaERAlr A FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Deo 1003 Offer Nearly 5 Yuars By special arrangement trade with the publishers of tho FAKM JOURNAL wo aro onablod to offer that paper to ovary subscriber who pays for THE 1IKRALD out year ahead for only 100 both papers for tho price of ours only our pa per ono year and the IFARM JOURNAL from now until December 1903 nearly 5 ywrs Tho FAKM JOUUNAI is nn old oatitl1ishadpa per enjoying great popularity one of tho best and most useful farm li papers published rrhis olYnr delay should bo accepted i This is a pronibition county hut oh my 4t Democrats remember the pri nary election Saturday gand vote i for tho host nun i i Rose and Brown have bought 1JtHirmd of cattle for the Ml Sterl iig market Stevie Samples son of Charley 8muplof Lucy crook matricu lated Tuesday in the academy aMoudarii and iinforms us t Caney w Courier will bo revivedo1 the 20th b inst Ck Sam Wilson the painter re xtI turned ffrom Frencbburg on Tues day uf turn four wuoksstay in that town Courtney Combs of Camplm iil- f hero this week auporintending the f btrotching of the wire OWl the iLee City extension of the telephone it liner tr MERICAS Jreutest Jhuluine SIs tI II Hoods II 4I Hat ilhtbccuuSl it pt fes c imiuiniillcil cunilive IHIIIS mul its record of euros is GREATEST t Tho last wtolc or two has been quite warm anti dry but the heat wo will not say anything about tho dry dont stop the candidates r for tho various ollices swarming Fovor the country r irYUIIt outI studios now iis tho time for you to enroll your names on the books of r Hazel Green academy Tho doors f wore thrown open on Tuesday lust to receive nil who dg ttn1Owing ucntiol1 of the Murphy fork u letter Monday front his sistor Mrs Dr Silas Kash of Am sterdam Mo in which she stated that sho had improved wince the 1nrrlvnl of Dr Mason Kash mud ox pected now to pull through with out further suffering Levi Johnson a colored divine of Mt Sterling has been holding t ft protracted mooting at Daysboro tl81nco last Friday night and with goodcongregations IpI to Mon r day night inclusive there worn Hght additions to the church nod t tho intorost seemed unabated N r 1 A XjSTOH altt Loading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices t Bcatty vlllc and JacksonI u I bsottn0Anneal GC1 I rlBsy ofiil1JollI8JlIl countiesptomLor PllOQllAM- FrljUjr 1100 a mDcvotloiml ServicesPrayer for the l howskeSneerZt1A A- MrSO I DeyolfoUal8vrvire 1 m Sununu1IMeeting7iSatnlay1000I G lnhcvntion Services Scnnou I0 n a m I nTheiunOI I I Serris1 l Evnngelhlii100 V I nlBH Meeting chuichbass schoolIiServices1otcI 1 VXXn McctniK11 11 u u Sermon I I ServiceVScrvIce3OI I VdlonmmentWM On Saturday mind Sunday dinner will bo sorvudat tilt church All neighboring churches and friends Iare kindly asked to bring woll filled baskets on thoso days The members of the local congregation and their neighbors will take curt of till delegates and pursues fron a distance each night Nothing olllyfnulsl day crud Saturday Noah Cisco accompanied by his hrotwrJ S Cisco and his cousin AlonxoI Cisco arrived hrro Satur day evening and will again bo omit plnynl as assistant teacher at the academy Tho ttwo young mon who accompanied him matrictilat od in tho academy on Tuesday mind will attend the next ten months Apropos Mr1 Cisco informs u thatI in Morgan county the academy has an impetus this year totlllll sill anything in the past and he thinks tin attendance front that county will lie quite largo But it appears Ito be so withall sections Every priuinct in thiu county wilt increase its patronage and on the whole the outlook iiti better than ever Infore wn w urvuwwwww = How To- Gain FIehPers- ons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce of SCOTTS EMULSION It is strange but it often happensSomehow the ounce produces the pound it seems to start the digestive machinery going prop erly so that the patient is able to digest and absorb his ordinary food which he could not do be fore and that is the way the gain is madeA amount of flesh is necessary for health if you have not got it you can get it by taking ScottsI f ii- You ISIOn will find it just ai useful In iimmcr as in winter and If you are thriving upon It dont stop because the weather is warm yocad 4100 all JruggWi SCOTT UOWNU ChemUtt New Yuck Annual Olforiros for Ciiurch Extension and Ministerial Relief On tho fourth Sunday Si t niber 2ord tilt Christian church nt IrUle Greun will make its annual olVer logs tto thiso two mot worthy noses There are no other two divisions of our church work that appeal more directly to our 1people Church 1Extension helps to house tho liouwlea congregations thatt thy nfterawhilo runty bcuoino helper in this work of tho Lord Ministerial Relief holes ti take care of diraablod ministers and their fnmlies Thew mon have homo tho heat and burden of tho day tad we have filtered into thoir labors Vo would maul prnyorful ly urg and persuade every mom bor of our congregation to make n liberal offering to tliofio works Koniombor tho lato Sunday Sop tomber 28 Earnestly in Ills namo 11x11 Conn Minister clrcumotnncoo Altor Cases In canon of ilr Ptln l3 nervouinomi cntArru iliiunintl eruptlous ctctl oclrcumtauc rear bo nltercil 1 V purlfylnff Mil curie ilnir the blood with Meals SaMoparllla Try It Hoods PlllB cure blllouinei headache F k Somo Sooslblo Advico CotnraunlcntoO to Tnlt HRUAU R proaonting tutu majority nnd voicing tho sontimonta of all tho whosehmonuvisitor I doflire to nmkoA fow aug Roetiona in regard to noVBpnpor corrHspoiulruta tuul thoir duties while connected with a country nowepnpor I do this in tho in terest of humanity and without any ill fooling toward any of the IllIthntaIm benefit of all nod not an advertisement for any family r a moan for thorn to place thomsolvos promi nently before the public As one who lilts had somu experience in nowapnpnr work I want to mako lunyhopublic dont want to know what some country swain told his sweet heart on his lust visit or which particular rib ho broke when he t hugged liar good byo They dont want to know what girl Bill Smiths son Sam is courting or whether it is serious or mortal The public dont want to road n thosis on the visitors of corre spondents family and friends es pecially if they are minus the quality MrI Correspondent dont devote a column to yourself and what you do Dont announce yourself as a candidate and writs yourself a puff sign your name do Plume and think time public will remain ignorantt of the feet Dont write about insignificant people i write the happenings of and visits of prominent peo ple to your vicinity Jf you haw a wedding tonnnounce do so but dontIaay some one is going to got married guoss who We know someone is going to got married because if they didnt what wouldl bo our grandchildren and great grandchildren etc 1 say this for your good tithe it only and profit lIIy it Yours truly COlt IIJ HIOO l1 1 Kolw Nickell who was raised in this section hut loft horn some LO JmIil1son and daughter and two IthII young Indies presumably HiHt rn inlaw of MrI Nickell and tho four young pooplo will matriculate in llaxel Green academy for the meat Ili months Mr Nickell visited relatives and friends here lnt yell t and evi rywh0rostoing the improve ment wrought by tho academy at once determined to avail of its ad vantages for his own children Willie Cnldwell the IHynnr old I non of Andy Cnldwell our follow cunuttimttn oil Wednesday left for I Danville to Miter time loaf and dumb institute at that place He hUH nova hind tho advantage of training of any kind until recently I Charley Huchanan the mute uducatod at Danville hits boon giving him some instruction and Charley says ho is a remarkably bright boy Jio thinks that with education null training ho will Provo on exception As Rev W E Moore was riding along tho road Monday afternoon and just as ho was in front of O W COCild residence ho was over taken by Grown U Hanks cold Miss Nannie Kutlilf and requested Hov Moore to marry thom then and there in the middle of the rowel showing him the marriage licence Mr Moore then dismounted and rondo thom man and wife They then rode off as happy as two doves Ova Swango maul wife wit nessed tho ceremony Tho colored paintings of poultry in Higgle Poultry Hook costf 1000 to plant mind reproduce Tho work was done by ono of tho loading live stock artists of the country Higgle Poultry Hook costs but GOc by nail address tho publishers Wi liner Atkinson Co Philadel phia Alf Miller and Brock Little dooming i it unwise to both make the race for jailor as thoy lived in tin sumo precinct concluded to loan a it to tho voters of Loo City tho hindmost man to withdraw The polled the vote and Mr Little being the strougor of tho two Mr Millor withdrew Tho annual mooting of tho Christine church will begin at Old Grassy church on Friday next nnd Bivoral of our young pooplo will bo there Noah Cisco and Curt Rose are arranging for a hack load r w A 6 h 4 T TO THE DKAV A sick lady cured of lien donfncss nnd noises In the head by Dr Nicholsons Artificial Ear Drums gave 10000 whiR Institute so that dent people unnblo to procure the Enr Drums may have them freo Address No 41SG Tho NlchoUon Institute 780 Eighth Avenue NewYork lly Hobort luuti Is nRont for tho Homo Stonui Laundry of MtStcrlltiR ami will send his basket every two weeks Shirts collar culls etc liuindorcd in tho boot stylelfAll nioolyInundriod ngontfortho work of which is superior to that of any laundry in tho state tf lumpbunchor any like ailment go to John M KOSH mud get a bottle of Quinn Ointnuiit which will re move the obstacle U- OI1 IAIMMIH rirmi niul Nloo rnr male tlil uilluK nt ViOiintM per loo JOHH BURNS ADAMS SIuersMitfl aid Jeweler TKE CITY KYh OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUUUHIJllltfH ell klodait 111 lotrrslI priers nod K iiiran tlla Sti + furinm In nil runs jrC MHiiiil attention to urdu liy nnill CAVEATS TRADE MARKS u i COPYRICHTS AND DESIGNS Mr 111ubloglouoweoOe clait to It H TtUnt OQc TBCH rttllnln mi ijamln tliMi cnkJn Allr i fM nnl doe nnlll ptn- lIurJ ItlUONAL ATTENTION OIVHH II YCAKII ACTUAL CXfER1CNOC nook Hew to obUln FaUDU tit lIai tin rUnU i xnttl tLtruih 10 alapr rclrpoll not c mhot chug In th INVENTIVE AGElUutetJ monthly t1L enth yor drnu 51 y1 Il of C A snow A Co E SIGGERSLIII F ST N D W C W WWWfeWVt t 1141II I I alJC Fine jraim OEtSHaving determined to locate at Art Ii jcontractI county Ky containing 81ac10 acres of which Iin timber land of atoll qnnllly a On the plnco IIs a modern Groom realII- dellco amid nil necessary ouUniilflinip A never fnillnp well of fine water n store room 11x211 foot with full length mare room along uldo AN ORCHARDitit of 40 Young Trees repreHentliiK several varieties of fruit IB now in bearing tutu n source of revenue A Ohurch and Schoold neighborhood sobriety etc 8100000 WILL BUY ITt twd time terns bo mndo to suit nny reasonable purclu her P M LONGeor 8111 Cp0P11hazelI to cum A uoin IN ONI DAY Take Laxutlvo Uromo QuinlnoTablot All druiffjiHtH 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cuSPENOER OOOPER Li s u L a 1 Iii r OUR LETTER FROM TIlE ORIENT To tbo Hazel Green ilHUAiu- PANIQUIu P I July BO 1000 Tho island of Luzon is tho larg oat of tho Philippine groupo Tho fnot coining baforo ua that wo nro in possession of n groupo of night thousand tnilos from our Run ti of governmentt stirnmmlod by ROY oral groody powers who nro ready at any moment to gulp thorn in habited by a rneo of Havngo blacks who are in n serious state of robot lion and to make matters worse who can not bo trusted with self govorumontisindeed ajlcnotty prob lour Our high olliumls do not seem to ronlizo just whoro wo are standing or just what wo nro do ing Wo seem to ho drifting alon with tho tide rognrdos3 of ovor dnngor presenting itself Our nttitudo toward China iH n prodont everything but pacific Russia Hoeiim to bo holding a dnng orous handall in favor of our enemy in fact wo am on tho vory verge of n dangerous warfare With those facts before us our position Booms any thing but ploasuntJWhon1 Doivey won IIIH latinI ly dostroy taldllgMnnilal winding around us a nut with threads of steel and placing us in n position more critical than that of our forefathers in their heroic struggle against tho power ofII king at Lexington Yut notwith standing our present predicament we can not givo way to a fouling of despair and lost all The blow has boon struck and wo must figh it out Our possession nro ton wealthy to lose our pride too grunt to rolont Our warfare is on and wo must support that power prosiding ovor us whether right or wrong If wo win no doul- but what time assisted by untiring energy will bring us our ro wardTho i tnigll05tioninoted ovorywhoro for itH hardwood timbers hemp and rice the finest mahogany ohony and ci unnon species of tho world are found hero The Manila ropo is widely known everwhnre and iis fortnilI in every stato of the Union Tho rico cultivation is steadily increasing and Hinco the oppressive powers of Spain have rolinguished their hold upon lands and people rico has advanced in price and demand The sugar industry has become a paying investment mills arts going up all over tho island and the in troduction of machinery is decid edly evident Schools are being established in every known tongue Red tribe Tho greedy friar is l ping rudely yet justly exposed and will soon vanish from alto belief of the native entirely In short every thing seems to bo in a valuable progressJiut at the bright I tiido of tho question we must not forgot thin dark In the bogining wo paid to tho Spanish government 20000000 in lieu of contain im provements said to have boon rondo by that power Wo hoped to ho able to establish a form of govern ment among tho natives entirely satisfactorily to all lint alas Aguinaldo was trusted too far con sequently tho downfall of our plans and hopes When tho first sound of strife rang out on the midnightt air in the city of Manila it marked thin bogining of a rebellion hard to rouol Ever since that memorable night host wo drove the enemy from their strongholds in and around Manila wo havo fought mlnR true Americans can fight and for a cause unquestionably similar to that which fired the patriotic hoarU of our forefath victoryinTho support of our army requires somewhere near one million anti a half dollars par day Tho quos tionJ wanting consideration iis Will our new pinaenaions ovor progress far enough into tho chan nels civilization to pay for thorn solves A quontion decidedly hard to answer Should MTK surcwd in closing the rebellion and establish ing n selfgovernment under thoI supervision of our own wo eventually develop V indlhllrifHII which cambium with those O 1foltII w ing nt present may produco traflio Btiilloiont to lift front our should w ers the milk of oxpouso incurred by tho wary fii The civil commission now in ftlOJl horo rooms to bo hopeful +1 C Etta booH is generally bo c dtUat their tjonolusiona will t Jit 7- tt tfis p t have a decided influence over tuo future of tho Archipolngo Al though they have made no decla rations whatever it is believed they will establish form of gov ornmont which will moot nil pros out requirmonts and satisfy tho native as well The insurgent army tiis prncticnlly disbanded and a groat many are developing into true Amigos Tht mountain tribes are not conquered nor never will1 be until time drives thorn into the interior of tho island for means of existence They have the idol that the Americans are as oppress ivo as tuft Spaniards and that we nro only Hooking thom to onslavi thorn lout live from their labor It is honed that this delusion willI soon bo made way with and thatl 11151y1 nlrenly1Ou + v nnrnbtof civiliod life and become usefullI citions The friar means father in ong lish is unquestionably the greast block to civilization wo have to contend with Ho boliovos in keeping the inhabitant in iignorance bouause by doing HO ho holds uponl the gatway to his financial stir cess Ho charges tho common native Hix pesos 300 American money for baptizing a child twenty pottos for oiliciiitini at a marriagnoight posow for mumbling a pray or over tho Ilof sOU11 human who perhaps has diedo starvation brought on by his im poverishing hand The very first stop that should be token towards tintnative is to remove tim friars 01 Drive such agents of poverty awn from tho doors of the in 111111 tan of those islands and you improve their financial standing to an as l0tevery man of influence and high political standing unite thom solves into n bodyof liberty agents told repeal the cruel laws of op pression now in forco hero Lot till words of th valiant Adams Givo mo lihertyor give mo death hI an inspiration to al1I liberty loving people to act wisely in all things giving freedom to tho oppressed and in every way sowing the RInllof a governmentI none cnn criticise I5y so doing the Philippines will ho ours and1 ours to enjoy01ItTJt1 Cor Co IIi 12th F SIInftv- milt 11 Lexington and Eastern iRailway Time Table In Elloct May 20 1000 EAST BOUND 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