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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d 11 f II I U t r THE Z IIERALDTI1EatablttthodSIXTEENTH YEAH HAZEL GREEN =WOLFE COUNTY 111KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOVEMBERS 1900 NUMBER 21 r Owner nml ttttnrTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper In the Kentucky MountainsSLOb 1KU In YEAR Advance 11 t iM 11 j MCATICN IejI I BUT McKINLEYS ELECTORAL VOTE IS 277 h aJ I J r I J fIIj I I 4000i i r riI AND HON J1B WHITE HAS SAFE MAJORITY I u I KENTUCKY EiiCTS 6 DEMOCRATS TO COflGB 88 1 ri i YiGtory iQKentUGRgJ now They Voted iFOi MrKIXlKYR- TVTIW I ItlHUTOKJU VOTBS California 0- Ponnccliout 0 Delaware 8 Illinoisl l i l J I Indiana 15 Iowa 18 XniNnyuu uueunaunnuu 10 Iahleuuna mnn nruumom G Maryland 8 MnmehiuetK uu u 114 115- Mlcliijcmi n 11I thashSUtitu nuuUNew llaniiliirun 1 New J1nI etonl10 New YorkN M North Dakota 3 Ohio 21 0rlgounanu r 1 Icniifcylvniiiuf u 32 Rhode Islnml t l erlnotltn nu II IIasliliiStonn 1 West VirKiniii C Wisconsin 12 Wyoming 7 0111111 uonrr- T 1111 uumu otal ron 1IHYAX STATES KIHCTOUAI VOTKS Alabama 11t Arkansas g- Caloiailo 1 Florida ai 1 13Kentucky1 iouisiannmeIkallSlpplt U- 1III iirn tar i 17 Montana y Nevada 1NCarolina1South11Jl UTenntlI TeJa 16 11Iah I Virginia1 1 Total I ti 8Maho vM I DEMOCRATS WIN IN NINTH r LoiisYiiiK KY Nov iIt iis tacitly confessed llIy both sides Into tonight that Bryan will carry Kentucky by n narrow margin and in torost contors in tho governorship which both continue to claim Practically complete roturns of tho congressionalI districts iindicate that tho republicans carried tilt fifth and olventh and lost in the ninth on tho fact of tho returns II lIen will haven majority in the third hut wholesale frnuds invol ing fully 1000vntes are alleged null Moss is already preparing n contest From appearances Kehoo wins in tho ninth by 200 Gilbert in tho eighth by SCO Pugh will likoly contest Kohoos sent CHAIRMAN COMBS CONFIDENT Republican Chairman Combs tonight says 11o will have n clear majority for Yerkes on tho faco of tho returns of 2000 nod there nro WOO republican ballots which are contested on technicalities and which will ho counted for us Wo have no figures on tho presidential race OUenr wins by 1800 Moss was certainly elected in tho third but may bo counted out 1 by frauds and hundreds of Republican ballotsII woro withhold in Warren and Lo 7gall Authentic returns woro receivedI tonight as follows Counties giving republican ma jorities Adairi 2S5 Leslie 1000 Laurel 1018 Clay estimated 1 010 Jackson estimated 1100 Jnckson estimated 1100 Greene 101 Mngollin 870 Giving democratic majorities Nelson ono precinct out f010 Tho chief fear of tho republicans IB that ns every county hoard iis in tho hoods of tho democrats the roturns will bo hold back in tho democratic strongholds until the mountains are hoard from and thou that padding will boattompt ode Good morning Gov Beckham I I VOTE IN KNOTT AND PERRY JACKSON Nov iKnott gives Bryan 1001 McKinley IOS Hock ham flJS Yerkes 170 Hull 9t1S Oltoar 170 While for congress 980 Hopkins for congress 175 Perry county gives McKinley f5 majority ORonr 525 majority nUll Yorkia 530 majorityI 1 93a39339p339333393333It I To TakC11j wjn IItI IIw need a fatty food to enrich j their blood give color tou their checks and restore their a health and strength It isj I safe to say that they nearly all reject fat with their food iii SIOItEM COD LIVER OILM ITH HYPOPHOSPMTZS orLIME SODA l i is exactly what they require ii i it not only gives them the im portant clement codliver oil I 5 in a palatable and easily di ii gested form but also the hypo j j phosphites which are so valuaIble in nervous usually accompany an mla W j sSCOTTSff fatty food that is more easily imi flesh is necessary for health m You can get it in this way j j n We have known perm j i sons Jto gain a pound a Im m day SCOTT isoci 4et t4eei+ EOii4 VOTE IN BREATHITT To NO71n Hroathilt county Hryan received lIfiSO votes Heckham 1559 Hall Ifi58 Mc Kinloy SiW Yorkos 827 ORoar 8B5 for congress Whito dom 1551I Hopkins rep SHB RETURNS HELD BACK 7IKontuokyg0vornorsbipisstillbeing the Stnlo capital tho democrats Ilockhuutsrunt to 0000 while tho republicans claim tin election of Yorkos by 2500 Tho indopondont voters are charg ling that tho republicans are hold ing back returns in tho Eleventh district that the democrats have done likewise in tho 1 First Re strongholds Mchwllilillg for tho other silo to ntnko n slum rospoumibloforascertaining result BECKHAMS MAJORITY 4000 Lonsviui 1KY Nov 7111 CourierJournal returns from 1700 out 18S1 precincts in Kentucky puts Bryans mnjoritnt W00 and Beckliom doniocrat for nutjoritios than those claimed for Iho demo cratic candidates but the remain purldomocrnUc show increased mojorilios forUryan and Heckham dispatehostoof Kehoo democrat over Pugh republican in tho Ninth congres sional district by a majority of 250 is conceded BELL COUNTYS VOTE PJNBYILLB KY Nov 7Tho givesMcKinloyI Yorkos 2077 Bockhan 725 Rah for Becklmm and Kentucky 1 Bryan Goes Up tho Spout BECKHAM 5000 AHEAD 1 CINCINNATI Nov 7A Western Union bulletin tonight about Ken Lucky says Returns front 75 conn liON complete or nearly eons rj plete embracing 1215 precincts out of a total of 1877 precincts in time state givo Bryan 157759 Mc Kinley 1H7215 Bockham 151 000 Yorkos 138877 Of 44 coun j ties not hoard from 10 gavo in tho last p evidential race 7218 Domo j jcralic plurality and 18 gavo 10 527 republican plurality BECKHAM CLAIMS IT BY 5000 Louisyuii Nov 7Gov Book hum said tonight at democratic headquarters Inm absolutely certain I am elected by a majority of between 5000 and 10000 Tho CouriorJournnllmtsDryanl majority at 8781 and Bockhams at about 1008 with 021 precincts to hour from Mrs K N Day has just received ono of tho finest assortment of overbroughtl theIndicsine thorn before buying olHOwhert 5 A1 Mrs Day has also n Ono BSorK mont of trimmed and untrimbra 1 I hats ribbons tacos etc whTfjjjSi f can not bo excelled in aoralthecities Call and examine And ftther prices i k 5 r Oj fta a THE HERALD SPENDER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY November s1 1000 + nnounflEmEnT + For HflireMmtiitlvo 111 DUlrlrl CECIL We arc nnthnricd to an nniinru J1111s H CIXIIi of Morgan countyt aN a candidate for Kepro Koutntive to the Lrglidiitiire for Morgan nnd Wolfe counties subject to the action of the Democratic pnrty TIIK oloction on Tuesday was a aurpriso to a groat majority of thu democratic party at least and thoso supposed to know the most woro apparently tho worst fooled From tho oast count thu most en couraging reports for tho success ol the democratic party and when the news was unshod over tho wires that McKinloy nod tho re publican party had won everythingi in sight it hurt told hurt kindly Hut tho only thing that could ho done was to accept the situation on mho principle of tho old man who asked if his Hon who had just died was ready to go replied Willing or no willing ho hid her to cut nnd whether tho democrats wore willingi or nut they kind her to cut That there is absolutely no reliance to bo placed in partisan papers and their predictions iis self evident Ins prediction of Tin JlmiAin lust week was this wool verified with regard to tho election of Hon Ed C OUoar and his majority is something like 1000 But wo were nway oil in regard to Mr Bryan whom wo honestly believed at that time would sweep tho country These instances show that we ore neither prophet nor the son of a t prophet TIIK now house of represent atives will probably bo as follows Kopublicans l0 j democrats lotI unionists fi j populists 2 Total 157 j republican majority 111I UUYAN curried Wolfo county by 217 which iH a democratic loss of 157 JIo and Heckham rum about oven SoII I Told You John JF Ruse nod wife of Boron nrrivod horo Saturday anti have since boon visiting relatives anti friends Mr Roses friends are urging him to again locate among U8 nnd ho is considering tho mat tor Horn to tho wife of Goorgo Rice of Hazel Green on Wednesday tho 7th inst n daughter mid Mr Rico is being congratulated A littlo son of Harry Nickoll of Nickoll fork of Grassy full from a stable loft on Wednesday and fac turod his skull Howard Little was thrown from his horse on Tuesday last and had i a his right wrist very badly sprain od Hon A IL Stamper of Camp ton was in town Monday mingling with his friends i Arbury Brooks who has boon in Monefoo for sometime was in town I Monday I I x Senator Jones Democratic Cliairnian rWo mot the unoiny Tuostlny and they otitniuuliorud UH almost two to one and jjavo us such a thrush ins that will long bu roinomborod by tho democratic party Kami Journal iB tho oldest farm monthlyI published Hu tit is not old and moss grown it is bristling and brimming over with good thingsi You should know iit Horns a chance Wo will send you tho Farm Journal nearly f years ro maindor of 1000 all of 1101 I9O11 lOOUaml 100 1 to every one who will subscribe for TIIK iIiiAi lboth Ipapers at tho price of ours only Oo coots TO TIIK 1111r A Hick lady cured of her deafness nnd noises in the head by Dr Nicholson Artificial Ear DriiniH gave 10000 to his Institute so that deaf people iiiinblo to prncuro the Ear DniniH may have tliom free Address No I IS5 The Nicholson Initiliitc 780 Eighth Avenue New York Ily Copies of this paper nuts lie found on file at till olliee four Washington correspond nent I n Hitlers U8 F Street N W VnidiiiiKtoii I1 C I ally Tammany TigPICrolll is dead CO YEARS a EXPERIENCE f k TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC Anrfino onilln n ketch and ilcscrliitlnn mnj qulrklr nriTMlii our iiplnlon fro whether nn InYontlim isI ipr ilmlilr imtiiitnlilo Communlm tlcnimrlctljr ntlilt iillnl llnnitbookon IatcnU tvnt free oiilMt nuinrr for Mcurlni patent Intmita taken llirmiuli Miinn t to rcculv peel tl nodes Without CI1JTKO 111 tllO Scientific American A Imnitnomoljr IllmlrntriJ weekly I rifcot dr dilution of anyrtentlllnlnurnnlI Terms 13 s- yenrt four newedeIIkr MUNN Co3otntoadwa New York lirmicli Oinco 35 K Bt Wn hln toiu D R 7 I TIE rRJJSr EOfif3 I CAMPAIGN IN 33 YEARS Y IS NOsV O- NBvrybolyf in list havo n F Oilly Pipr- J v J Tha Campaign k Offer of 100 i Frol1 NN tJ Nii15 i male by THE LOUISVILLE EVENING POST j BY MAIL ONLY t Th only unbiased nnd lmpirtlil dally In the South Iit8IU1Alt UATUS- OiaI month SOc Thresmantll35125Six 1 wave MonlllsSJ00 Sent for Sample Copies I THE EVENING POST KyI A Farm f r Sal I will sell my farm of 159 ACRES Confuting of about Mo acres of cleared moro thou hall eif wliuh is in gransnndl- ie rest in good oak timber wish one Good Framo Dwelling House of four room and n good drilled wdi of never failing water and outhouses cribs nnd stables also two tenant houses There is u Kino Fein of tho BEST COAL ruin which several tboiiHiind bushels are sold cnch year The farm is one nnd one half miles from Hazel reed A good bargain cat be made by applying in per sun or writing to WM II Conn hazel Green Ky AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TIm Toledoo Blade TOLEDO OHIO Circulation 178000 Tim 1rent Xational Wrikly NVwspaper of America The only IklltliI11 trx pixHsly for every state and territory The News of tho World so nrran eil tliiit Imsy- iieople can more casly ininn lnnil than rninliersoini eolniniis ol ilailli S All current topic1 ramie plain in each issue by Npeeiiil iiliti riil iniillcr rillin Lora inception dnun to date The only paper published cspeiinlly fur people ulio ilo not reail dailyI newspapers nod yet thirst for plain torts Unit obis kind ula ncwspnper IS popnlnr Iis proven lII y thu net that the- IceklyI Itlailo now bas user tI7WO vinrlv siiliKerilierf nod is elrenlateil ill all purls ol the Initnl States In aililiiiiii tto the news The lllaile pnlilishes short and serial stories and iniiiiy ilepiiilnientsI of mutter suited Ito every member of the fntnilv Onlv OXK DOLIAU A YHAIl ytfr Write for npeciinen copy Address THE BLADE ti1l TOMl no O- IIIOMiIHr Tna Latest V1ii1orSIie TlII 1 0UIMMED HATS HAT TRIMMINGS c which art of till latent patterns and up to dale in all respects The ladies ol Hazel Green and vicinity are requested to call and examine my stock o DRESS MAKING I In coniieiion with my MIIMNKUY STOIIK I Inivo a line of drew trim iniiiKH iniliiiling shirt waists shirt waist ioiil4 etc etc anil nm prepared to lit anil miiko dresses in tbo latest styles aid do till kinds of sewing In both department I am prepared to sell very cheap nnd guarantee mitUfac thou in till cases MRS F N DAY WNITAII ONLY WHITE TAR SOAP j IN TilE WORLD xipisnml luniinl1 t i ctviiparul- F liM ri rto the 11I tilnlc tar- sJ ipi In every way It contain oil ate hIiIlJntiil niniscptic prnicric3 of the black tar ubjeUOIt wils nculicr twcl nor wash bowl for Its lather Ii5nuv ahrIt laticr In hard or soft water far mnre Irccly than otltrr tar ap4 nod bring ii0 per c lit pure outlasts any of tile Idled fcoap of equal site It cunt iim much more glycerine than other soap andlhisttogether with In soft tlilck lather make it a king among hautMwnals In the liCJlmrnt of skin KCilii and linr dlvasri alIIIitc1 cases 01 itinilriiH scaM head fall t1 l recnnuncadcd1hystlans and in car of chafe or heat rash the soap is peculiarly cilkaclptiAtti your dearer for it MANUFACTURED DY J CLINTON SOAP CO 7 CLINTON IOWA DR M O KASI- IPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OIHco nt Day JIIous- pHAKL CillKKN KYI Will nnnwcr culls dttyor night Sur gory obstetrics rued diveiiiicH of females n spccnlly Keeps n supply of medicines r TT q n p DESIGNSPATENTSI TS FREENoUcoCtorgt modtrrttt No foe till patent La tocorod ddreuEob C w F BAKER Itendrlunrturs ltnrbourlllle Ky rmiKSKXTIMI COsINtt1lvillo Toiin Maiitilucinrrrs null JobbeiB of STAIMh ami tSTOM1 SllOMS curries a full line of iiinjUs tutu holiiits your trade H Ily KE HARTFIELDII ll t atltiirter Ml SKirllng Ky naiIullSE- NTHGUCCENHEIMER Co LYNCIIIJtWa VA Importers nut Jobbery of Pry Goods No lions and Fancy Goods We tlmuutaeture the well known BKATSAL1 Iaiitsund Overalls Hold your orders until you see him 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AHPAHAOUS GUAII VIMH SMAII Fuurrs nnd everything needed about the home country or town rockinuoniVntulogucfill H F HILLENMEYERLKXINCSTON KY I1 v CIIAVKI WM L KASII CRAVEN 5 RASH4- IUNDERTAKERSI IIAXKL GKKKN KY stockCOFIINS olI nilIIIIIC8I reaso11nblo directorrequestHollcltinjj the nrerespectfully TO Ct UK A COM IN ONK DAY TalJ1elllAll Qoeache IGffsrCs i PETTiS Go I CASH PflODUOEBUVEQ3Dressed CamFurs 204 DUANE STREET VWEW YORK Write for Our Present Paying Prices PUBLIC SALE 01 SUburfi8Q Farms I 0110 On TUESDAY November 20tb thepremisestwI urthernsuburhsIs tIle Toll House on the Ironworks Iilu with tIi Jd8111herlllllliI wish1ttenty CO Acres ol Land This hs helhiluMetcTheyI thentIswillhrllllintlIIISI JlaiaStreettorospcdJ SCOTT K2NICK 1SlI SYrAMiIK IKY l ii I l 1 it Greenit o NorrnaIJt Preparatory School 0IIIINI ecu tb Session of11 ihIAEI UHtIX ACAD- I I KM Ywill begin on Tuesday Sept lltli 1900 I I hJlllrhllcntsIIIm II Cord its principal and i PHbtI I I tilluNIIticulars call on or wriic VMI IL tOHI 11 fir D 1 l ntuttt1 l WIXCIIHSTCU KY V II IPIflIJItslOON1rosi lent It ID 11 UNTKK Cashier Paid up Capital 90000000 Surplus 5000000i This Boost solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers trailers tend husintss men generally throughout Eastern Ii and oilers its customers every facilityand the most liberal terms within the linutiol Kiimate hanhint octlSly Al I1IiI Our fee returned if we fall Any otto sending sketch ami description of any invention will promptly receive our opinion tree concerning the patentability of samp How to Obtain 1atcnt + sent upon rctniest 1atcnt fectireJ through ns nilvcrtiscd for sale nt our cxj IUCIPatents taken out through us receive nolifr without charge In Tun JATISTRKCO R an illustrnttil nml widely rirciiliteil journal constiltcil by MantifartnreMniiil Investors Semi lor sample copy FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS CO Patent Attorneys Euns Building WASHINGTON D Co for acceptable Idcas State if patented THE PATENT RECORD Baltimore Md subscriptionprice of tho PATENT KUCOUD pm per nuuum tauilcs fus c HeG ROBINSON BEATTYVILLE KY General Salosmaii for R iAI HUGHES G CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HljjhGrado Ii itTSnliiits orders from till imnliiints of the ninuiiiniiiH and fjmirantcTs 1ljICIIIIIIA mail order will receive jnoiiipt ntlcnli- onWARFIELDpATON S tO Wtolrtii tl +Ott HAZEL GREEN KY Hair Cutting Shaving Sliampooln der- in thu latest style Shop open ctluc6t111 mid Saturdays only fur till present J T01111tINTI7h J HERALDIfHT nml the cheap i t tlio tor ftld tvcr and cure Rouse licudndho Jiumdlcos sickbIlOUSI1Cl IlulllCsetID etc They are In pausea lalaablo to preVt lIt II culd or break up n Mildgcntlceertntnthey ino worth fever r confidlIl dcllcntollvouuI1- rrlce cctn be tnk n tycchlldrt it or IlIl alt htcdl hto killer or lIy nutll of CI shwa S u luweU o11I41 ti iiMiLe- A I FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Doc i nsto 5 Years OfferNearlyarrangement mndo- with sivcinlBy the publisher of tho IKAIIM1 WII no enabled to offor v1ithatI l o pnya Vr THE II E HALl ono year utforI tuUl tho lKAHM ono ymrper front now until ocombor+ r NAT1 5 Tho IKAUMI 1903 nearly years Jouirnr is an old establishedl tin- poronjoyin groat popular ty J of tiro bust and most useful farm pannrs published This olVnr should bo accepted without dohiy u rL Taylor of Still vator was in town Monday idol gave us Ia pleasant call non W t Mi0 anti lolort McLin kft Monday morning for Campt n on business rfile academy has enrolled on ho books III names This spunk well of the management of tho in stitution The regular services at tho Christian church on Sunday at 1 II1 a m nnd 7 p m Sunday school atg 080n m On Sunday afternoon at hnlfi past two oclock wlIln1 1 Cord will1 ordain an older for tho Lacey crookI church at tho Johnson schoolI house NEWS comes froth those GOODJ ttke Jlooil8I SamijMirilln for scrofula dyopopsla ami vlieutiialiiin HCpOlllil tfivc that HOODS CURES Mir Lillie Evan who had the misfortune to got her nil kJo broken n slmrt timot ngo iis improving nicllUIIlI expects to be ablo to get about soon CitiiH tiiko warning anti see that every Iliac is disinfected nnd nil old garbngo is cleared away for Jthnt dreaded disease small pox is nil arnund us Jut prior to the olection rodJ Dye and white eyo Mowed quito freely in this section A few o tlin I laddies were happy for the tiro boing but oh I Flitnhtg tho youngest son ofI NelsonI I NiekollI fell Sunday morning uliilc playing in tho yard and1 frielitrd ono of the small hone in his 1 Ift armt- lrirCt1111StArICOf Alter Caoco In CUTS of lj KiHpstH iiorvMuniKnH oatHrrli rhiiiiimt I I11I1IHllllol iUtnHiircuiitiiiiili Jwiy l nlicird liy purifying HIM ciirlililuc tin1 Mmxl with IHoods Snrsuimrlllu Try It Hoods Pills Guru liiliimsmwH licmlncliu Bob has not subdued tho purl otic Burry yol IntolligoncoI has reached horn from Pretoria Octo ber 551 that Commandant Goners1 Botha is marching with a strong force to invade Capo Colony nearI Konhardtt where it is said their rocouciliablo Boors are ready to jiin him 1- aoe ra y iQlI J Leading Insurance Agent KentuckyOOicesa d- t lltu thing through Georgia Hazel Groou Academy enjoying of tiny in her history Tho en rollment null tho dailyI attendances nro much hotter than any hnd an ticipated and most of tho pupils rare doing good honest work in their studios Tlio prospects are bright for tho winter null spring term Jinny front othor counties will ho in attendance then Tho annual enrollment will far exceed guy prior enrollment and time friends of our Academy may woll ho encouraged Tho conference hold in Kansas City sumo dray ago botwoen sumo of the olliuors of the C W H M1 nnclJWin 11 Cord was encouraging for tho futuro of littxol Ciroun academy Friend arc you doing your port for tho welfare of tho institution Are you urging young men and women pdII unto schools will spring up luring tho winter months but they will have only 0110 tracker with poor facilities and will continuo only a few weeks you cannot nlYord to send your childreni to thorn if you can possibly send them to 1 lael been academy Private subscrip tion winter schools have their mission lot them have their place but you patronio tho best school oven at a sacrifice The Finsl Still Wives Judge 1igglo not only knows a great deal about horses but whet Ts more important ho knows how fluimpnrGllisiuforulItiuninawnyt not have to wade tthrough a mass of undigested unimportant mat tor The Higgle Hooks are models of clearness and conciseness The 1price is oO cnts by mail address tlio publishers Wilmer Atkinson Co Philadelphia Bible Institute Postponed On account of sickness in tho family of Prof 15 C Deweoso wo have decided to postponoour Bible Institute No 0110 will regret this more than our beloved instructor 15 C Dewefso All who heard himi last year are anxious to hear him again and wo postpone tho I nsti into that he may again bo our ins t mct or The ttinei for the JInstitute will ho announced in the future II will notifyeachi preacher andl1 church ollicor just when it will hOt Ilomembor it will not ho in ttmi s month WM 11I Cotta Prin Nov 7 1UCO Tom C1Knstorling of Wlnto Onk Kywns hoar Saturday and1 Sunday and called on his milliner ous friends Tom at ono time was 0110 of the employes of 7Uh IlKiivi1 mind in fact learned his trade in this ollice Now postoflicos wore established in Kentucky last weok as follows Smithlioro Knott county with Jeo IFrancis as postmaster i VolI ford Morgan county with W r McCl lone as postmaster Rev Millcr of Mt Sterling ho gnu IV series of meotiugs It tit e Presbyterian church on Thursday night Everybody is invited to at toad these meetings Now is tho time to subscribo All 1lnundriod1 that of any laundry in tho state tf JC WIno Phipps is ngont for tho Homo Steam Laundry of Mt Sterling as lumpbunchor any liko ailment to John 0MQuinns Ointment which will re inovo tho obstacle tf Why semidaway from homo for sowingtnachinesbuggies save you money and goods will bo firstclass Wo soil direct from factories and sawn you tho jobbers onoughWo chines watches clocks itc in first pricusWo I Ia lino bibles picture frames watches r jewelry etc oct Kindly solicit 1Mail1 attention When answering this ladvertisement say you saw it in the HAKKI OUKKN HKIIAID I am jJTotf hazel J roomi Fort StttA scholarship in thofrfr Commercial College of University By early application j2 at this oHico sumo young man can i BIIVO several dollars If j Wantea9OOO men TO J3UY i TUB Great Brag Pants II jHj j SOLE DEALERtjit HAZEL GREEN KY 1 FineFarmIlnvi- ngi P t i frOIIt 8XM1 o determined to locate nt nn other point I alter for sale nt private Coil tm et my farm near Salem Morgan county Ky containing 8 acres10 acres of which is timber laudof good qualityOn place U n modern firoom rrsi lencoand nil necencary oiilliuililingH j n never failiiif well of fume water j a store room HxiM1 feet with full length ware room along Hide AN ORCHARD of 40 Young Trees reprecentin pcvcral varieties of fruit in now in bcaing mill n source of revenue 1A Church and School adjoin the premises rand the neighbor hood is unexcelled for good behavior sobriety etc e 100000 WILL BUY IT 1t aml the terms he made to suit any reasonable purchaser V M 10NO or SIKNUKH COOPK hazel Green Ky JIVE3 TfiEMGUIi t 11g Alto VlBffll I J 3f flays Irlal liestand AVpltancram Induces fno to utter It tll eulmertn- Usrmennnr + lrllll1IO erlaln Rill I bat ltwlllcnt anti luau 01 lKliidlr j ur for lhou ooflt Tame who have bittcrml ttinlr rUnnneli with druvn 1 want I tem loecere o their JudlClJlmt anti elllhlar tau Ur trlctty ml till Ifrelltt nn cetlh Ira UD fen current rnli Ilfn nn1 fusorce Into wbslrver IIt ouetia Tho con lmt Ktnuly Ida uzteuded by ray Ye sFIrctno tunlmncMrtrtwlnrtanlrrllehtndnnre r AtlUbiMii Ilti iinitl inUvtncliiKltlrioyTrouble bitlr 1111 Mht ffIOlojl Iick nl Norm 1rtico and lanr Nrrri11 IXblllty Iml rnlnpvinunt and IXM IIIbtlltr V ii tray rant born futlj in It now but VJCA it rr FOI oo X AY I mdyou still thrn 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fifty g + N I cent and onedollar slz H toII IIft = j estYou may have a I II sample bottle by mall Homo or swampHoot free also pamphlet telling you how to fin out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co BInghamton N Y COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0BQjrTo insure insertion A ll corres pondence must he in thin oflico by Monday night of each week nod that nearby on Monday morning Our corrcMpomlcntH lire derelict in dllti rxnd wo want tomiy that henceforth they will not receive papers except for tilt week they have news letters We arc dependent upon them for the teats and1 when they fail to send in their favor they put us to great inconvenience r u SUNNY SIDE Mra Dr 1 A Taulboo and children woro pleasant visitors at this placu Saturday i 111 Taulbeo who iH nt Torront passed 1hrouhlwhingI i Friday on his way to Dayaboro Miss Eliza Nickoll of tho Swat go Springs was on this side last wook having some sowing done Prof Smith of tho hazel Groon academy passed through Moro Sun day to fill his appointment at DaysboroMissoa Cordon Uronnomon Not tio Payne Maud Taulboo and Win Alexander woro out buggy riding Sunday Arbury Brooks who has boon in l Menofoo county for sometime canto homo Saturday to be hero to cast hia vote Misses Rosa and Carrie Cold iron of South Hael Groon spentl Saturday night with their grand parents J E Brooks and wife Miss Julia Nickoll and brother Kolsoy and Noah Cisco and broth er John all of tho Hazel Croon academy passed through horn Fri day on their way to Whito Oak Morgan county- A serious accident happened to our horse while wo woro in Breath itt county last wook Ho got his right hind foot fastened in his mouth and was down when the fancily found him They prodI his mouth open with a stick to roloaso him Sinco that timo ho has boon n cripplo auld has a very aoro mouth Whilo on our way homo fromI Broathitt last week wo called atl tho houso ofn stranger to make flonio inquiries and the good lady of tho house asked our name andI on being told she exclaimed Oh I nro Jyou tho one that writes for TIIK HBUALD Wo told hor that wo work and she snidUroll I fuelI like I am acquainted with you for I road all your lottors 1 was so glad to loam that tho dear oldI paper hud such a wido circulations That good lady treated us to some nice apples and wo came on our way rejoicing until wo reached the dearest spot on earth Homo Swoot Homo NOV 0 SlSIK SUNllKAM it TOLIVER TOPICS Jim Linden osq of Gilmoro was iii Tolivor Sunday Miss Lou Ward spent Sunday nt homo with friends Mrs Jim Ingram has been visit ing hoppareuta last week MissLuoyMcNabbwaatho pleas ant guest of Misses Etta and Cnrrioy Stfaugo Sunday evening t ClaUs Swnngo made a flying trip to McCnusoy Friday Wm Sweonoy was soon visiting on Chapel branch Sunday Honry Ward of Hazol Green wee in Tolivor Friday evening Oliver tho little son of A B Swango is on tho sick list- r J T Sexton of Gloncairn was atO WMcNabbs Saturday night A U Swango and wifo were ova to see Bro Miller and wifo Sun lay Rev Henry Stamper nltomloi prayer mooting nt Sandiiold Fri day night Etta Swango and Mollio pox spout Saturday night atl J Cn Irons Misses Lou Ward and Amiir Belle Nickoll wore Keen in Tolive Sunny evening Frank Holing line Wilson and Henry Stumper spent Saturday with Mrs Joo Catron Iud Swango of Hazel Greens and Mrs Highlargor of Illinois called at A B Swangos Sundaj ovoning Mrs Lizzio IulVof Long Branch who has been ill for a long titled is now able to ho moved to hoi fathers George Clark W II lash E 0 Taulboo ani A T Brooks a trio of domocratii bonoknockerspnsaed through Tol ivor Sunday Nov 0 SHINER MORCAN COUNTY MAYTOWN MISSIVES Carl Bowman was sudenly taken ill Sunday afternoon Long Henry was smiling in our our little village Saturday Charlie Lyons was time wolcomr 1nest of Miss Mina Nickoll Sun 1 dmtydl lrnlltI Mrs H A Childors nlld Charlie Day wore at Campion Fri day Honrlof Blackwator at this place Sunday Mrs F N Day std daughter Minnie+ hFro visiting in Maytown Sunday night Mrs N H Lyons and little son Corbet male a flying visit to Kzol last week- Mrs Luia Pioratt who hits been visiting her mother of near Both 1 returned homo yesterday Mrs Hachol Koso and sisterin law Miss losio of Stillwator were visiting in town last Saturday- Mr Wills of near Hazel Green was in town last Sunday to hear tho gospel expounded MissLoolonoI hits boon absent for sometime Guess she has gone olV republican Perry Nickoll Miss Lillian Nick oIl 01 Patrick and Leo Nickoll wore at West Liberty Thursday Miss Lizzie llylton tho charm ing belle of Blackwator was the guest of Miss Maud Blnckwell Sat t1 relay Brother Sartin of Fronchburg preached us an able and interest ing sermon Saturday night and Sunday lTnclo Johns Adapts and wife wore visiting friends and relatives at West Liberty from Thursday until Saturday- Mrs Klbert Samples of Chant hers Station who has boon calling on hor friends at this place will roturn homo soon Mrs Fannie Davis of Swords Crook Vft who has been visiting her friends and relatives at May town tho past two weeks loft for her homo Saturday Nov 0 BOXNIK BKMK EZEL DOTS Marion Davis little son is very ill with fever Mr and Mrs Chas Duff visited in town Saturday- J M Myers and wifo of Mont gomery wore visiting Mrs Myers1 parents Saturday and Sunday James McGraw and little laugh tor have been very low with ty phoid fever but are improving slowly J M Pieratt and wifo returned from Illinois last week whore they have boon visiting relatives for sometimeMiss Henry who has boon visiting hor sister at Judy for tho past two weeks canto homo Saturday accompanied by Ernie Houry Judgo Amos Davis who has boon in Monofoo in tho interest of tho I democratic party passed through town Sunday- J D Spalding has returned from a business trip to Edon Martin county Wo understand that Silas Pie ratt has contracted his farm to his son Willie Wo didnt learn tho consideration Chins Samples of May town was in this vicinity Sunday in quest of a rose We dont blame you Charlie roses are rare and fair and greatly to ho desired Miss Ida Hose ono of our most progressive nl1l1 successful teachers Spout from Saturday until Sunday with ye scribe Wo enjoyed hot visit very notch null perhaps would have has her with us longer hutuwoll laid plans of mice and own often gang agley Mr and Mrs L G Murphy on Sunday lust gave a birthday din tier in honor of Mrs Murphy mother Aunt Juicy Lockhart who hits lived to see 75 revolutions of Old Father Times wheel Undo Elijah is also nearing his 75th year This aged couple is known and loved by till tho country around TheirI joys und sorrows have been mutiny but wo truly hope that they may live to see many moro birthdays and each bo hap pior than the lust Mrs Murphy Imd propnred an excellent dinner to which tho followingpersons did duty Mr and Mrs MI WIMoratt G Y Lockhnrt and wife Rebecca Lockhart A M1 Griffith and wife J N Fields wife and daughter J D Spalding and wife Nov 0i LixAUKTii ANN BREATHITT COUNTY PEARTREE DOTS Mrs Juno Measles is very low with consumption Mrs Kstilo Deaton is very ill with typhoid fever Miss Gallic Oney spout Sunday with S II Hurst and family There tore six cases of small pox in this section Hurst it Moore are very busy this week taking up ties and staves S ID Fleenor of Jackson visited 1eartroe SlIuduyI11 Ilollm ntd son Curtis ol JlIII SMI through hero bu i Iwr Miss Mollie Oney passed through how Monday on lien way to Days boro Taylor Sowell of Lane passed through hero on his way to Leo City Misst Alice Howman visited Misses Fannie aiKfLillio Hurst from Fri tiny until Sunday Miss Fannie Hurst of Peartree returned homo Sunday from a three weeks visit to Cincinnati Lexington and Winchester Nov 0 T J n Lexington and Eastern Railway Tlmo Table In Effect October 21 1900 EAST BOUND = rso 1 o 2 STATIONS Dully ex nailXSunday Sunday A I1e PMI Ivc Lexington 7 15 ate 12 10 pin Inni1tuehesler tunLtpalIndian1111CII1111StrmtonIuuEilsou patatI pinlorrenpalItealtyve 11111AtI131 t piliJIckson WEST BOUND STATIONS lolISunday Daily pinttholputtallegnpintettttyveputtorrentpinlat1111UIIIIeptnIlsonI patilanloa PfltInsI pili1IIIIIan1 putathJunon1mWinchesler 1111lcxlngtollIIOpmtyon9I 011 onager1711x9 A Free Trip to Paris ttlertllablO 11 nonI or a mrchanlcal or tnnnthc mln4 aoalT THE LEADING CLOTHING llOUgER KSNTUCKV Louis Gus traus EXIlt Tc NO ADVANCE IN PRICES L fNO ADVANCE IN PRICESI 4 1OO W rth of Fill C1othiu- a l AT THE OLD PRICES j l Goods have advanced 50 percent but 8 P you can have them at the old prices Beautiful Suits at 500 i Other Dealers ask 1000 Be8llhitllI61ag WOIstaa Suits Ot5t00Other Dealers ask 1000 n s Beautiful line of Boys and Childrens Clothing We will save you 40 per cent Largest- in the state When you come to Lexington make our store your headquarters h LOUIS S GUS STRAUS LEXINGTON KY 161 Mjiil Orders Filled Promptly n n n cn3S e 331JJioojr y X rx tfI 1 prin and Summer I 01enin Of t RoseI q J companysfewl m sine o ampI l just received front which you eat make your selection for your wearlnj apparel with n utiarnn tee of satisfaction This Con cern In the best known Firm of Merchant Tailors in Chlcnjro mill till the largest business of Merchant tailoring III the United States We cuts show you snot f leerhhtefabrics ore matchless In mini ity the newest importations flint uptodate patterns nil new styles mid hobby creations prices nre right too and you can pet a unrment now with proper cut and lit and with linltiKS to correspond themm Slake Your Selection Early SAMPLES DISPLAYED DY SOLE AGENTS AI T 3 EYHAZEL GREEN KY flNtI SffOi n S the finest lino and greatest variety of LADIES AND GENTS BOOTS fSHOES ever brought to tho mountains and having bought them beforo the recent rise in leather I am prepared to save my customers money on every purchase they make I want tho ladies especially to examine my 1Jboateri that tho shoemaker Respectfully got hold of tho kid glovo stockSE 1es I MlcFN UGtIbt1 3tk ISW lt ttaorot t Reference lInguDBookkeeningmeth Ponmanhtp CurreipunJruce ant Commlrcll Law Dd Utaduatc wrttwtul Phonography Trr wrltlnc T lrcr plir ban fpwlal dfr rttncnti and tcarlcrf No Vatau to S65 to 90 haspId tuition twob and ooal11 for young mrn at thle rI1II1rrerlrlagholdlue Mo + nlont a1 Itnokkrrper troaraphrr Telegrapher IIVrtMlnry par year Krnlurky VnlTcnlty Diploma under sralaaantni ourgradI niril IOMAKI II rallnad rrntcr notrl tar hcmlthftilnrM ud Iautr has JJoorder to iar ynrr main rrarh as cuUrru 01K j WILBUR R t I r1oItKnoleq narersOv aut Y 1m eiapsew 0 profeaort fa Ui Literary ei odffiwnw err IOUIrdrW tau rear lIJDlDUlum Wit IIIWI A