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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rd r I T i l ft f THE HERALDTMarch 4 1885 Made Famous in the Story of It Jonathan and His Continent by Max 071011 SIXTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 18 1000 NUMBER 24 1 YEAdrrNcERAirla Adrne W f BAKER UUendqurtrtor UnrhonrTllIn Kjr UIUltFSKTlrcOI RlcnardSBn BIOS Shoe Coe r Nashville Tonn Manufacturer anti Jobber of STATE gad CUSTOM HIIOE8 cnrrlrs n full line or samples anti solicits your trnde 8ly oeaoeNOOeooooo00YEARLY 9 0 0YEARLY1 nfter to woman Chris our growing business in this and nd joininll Countl08 to not as Man ogur und Corrospnndont work can bo dono tt your home En close solfnddrosBod stamped envelopo for particulars to H A Sherman enoral Malinger Cor coran Building opposito Unitod Stator Treasury Building- WASHIGTON D C- ooo4oeo4oooooeooooo00oooooe0ee +Je B ADAMS SIIvofsmitn ana Jeweler f LEE CITY KY S Hipair Clock Watches ami Jewelry o- aU f kinili nt tin lowest priced ami gimrnti ten ntnfiiRtlon in nil rutan rffSieelnl nttiMitiou to orders liytnnll fOooo0 0 0 0 ooooo +OO- 0Ittf KAHII W II KANII KASH KASH ftUorneysatLawHAZEL Practice in courts of tint county nnd give specialnttcallnu to cullectienv4- 44000800000I100I00000400600000 I Hazel Green caffeIIlUg e n Normal Preparatory School 0The next term will begin on TUESDAY JANII19011 I I Full courses in nil depart mcntH special attention will llie givenI to thu HusincsH CoiiracH and to tho Tcaclinrx Course llookkcepiiu Shorth nnd nnd Typewriting for 30001- VM1 n conn lintel Jreen Ky l CAVEATS TRADEMARK8- COPYRICHTS AND DESIGNS Send7onrhallnfIIlIrfd WnihtiiKtnn invpi time rniti Iris hotter rrrlcnVj eCN egos to U I rtUol one TAIL prallmla itatJtwH JT PLSONALaTTLT1O5iVilfIYCU ACTUAL eXrEKIENCE ool1lotoobWrtaU etarmnttsAGEmutrtd tEEGE ERSWASHIMOTOND 6 Co C BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES o FALL 1000 o EVERYTHING FOR OUCHAIID bythemental AaiAiiAouH GHAH Visra O NALf FKUITH and everything needed about tho home country or town rockbottlJm j On application to H F HILLENMEYERLEXINGTON i ra- r COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0J6To insuro insertion A1t corres 11Monday I that nearby on lhmnday mornlllJ Our correspondents nre derelict in duty and wo want to say thnt henceforth they will not receive papers except for tho week they have news letters We nro dependent upon them for tho news nnd when they full to send in their favors they put ua to great inconvenience BUNNY SIDE Undo Rnatit3 Rrooka and wifo woro out visiting Sunday MiRR Alice Morkins is spending ft fow days with X P Lacy nulli family Edwnrd Onoy spent Saturday night with J W Tnulbuo anti fam fly Miss Lula Taulboo wont to Cnmpton Saturday and returnedt Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Lacy who wasI glndisTho Sunny Sido children wont t Haze Green Sunday to hoar Prof Cord thoir old teacher preach ntHIgI visiting friendH in Duyshoro Saturday and Sunday 1tov1 K Pike who in holding a protracted mooting at West Lib orty came homo Saturday and1I wont hack Sunday and while on hiH wily preached at GoodwinsI Chappie Tho Sunday school at tho Moth odiflt church in in n growing CUll dition Mrs Ellen Swango tit fliiperintondant in on the sick list hut Edward Onoy presides in her place anti tho good works goes onIf all our business mon would advertise liko J T Govodon our town nod our county would soon bo on a boom and it would give tho dear old HKUAII the lift that it needs So help tho editor and by HO doing you will help yourselves DOC 11 SUSIK SUNIIKAM MORCAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT Charley and Lonzo Craft passed through horn Saturday Ligo HlankonHhip says ho in suf fering with olophantitch John Hise has gene to tho Phil ippino Islands to fight some E 0 Taulboo of your town visited Tommio Leo a fury days alga Yo ficrilo had for her guests Sunday Misses Ada and Nannie Cecil Mrs A J Blankonship is im proving nicely nnd hopes to be woll soon Tommy Leo visited tho family of John Barker on Lacy crook Saturday night John Taulboo had a shrubbing Friday and was woll pleased with his days work Jas Lawson and wifo of BrcnthI itt county woro visiting his broth er Win Lawson Sunday Grant Kickoll and wifo and daughter Mrs Efiio Byrd visited on this crook Sunday A1 Miller of Lacy crook was visiting friends and relatives in this community Saturday and Sunday Doc 11 EINNIM Messrs Poyntz and Fulton thoI holdovor members of tho Goobol state election commission on tho 1th inst elected Charles II Duty of Mt Sterling a member of tho republican state executive com mittee in tho rocont campaign to tho vacancy created by tho resigna tion of Commissioner Yontz The election of Mr Duty as tho third member of tho state board is be liovod to indicate that nil idoa of n contest against Judgeelect ORoar has boon abandoned ESCAPED THE NOOSE Now Congressman Once Under Sentence ol UlnglDIIAmong tho seven now members of thy liouao of representatives who took the oath of ollico Monday ii- n is man who was once sentenced t mostIexciting onisodon of tho civil war In 1808a young Confederate from Alabama named William Richardson was captured by th t Fedora forces in Tennessee an taken to n prisoners camp in In dinnn Ho made his escape nnd got back to Nashville whore hot had relatives who sympathized nrrnngolliwith n Confederate spy known as Mr Paul Tho couple were captured by Gon CrittoNdonH forces taken to hit headquarters at Murfroosboro hondtcourt martini woro sentenced to tho ignominious lentil by hanging which is the fate of npios who under tho rules of warfare do not deserve honorable donth by shoot lugO In somo manner tho news was carried to Gun Forest 17 miles 1awaythat ammo tho mostvaluablo moo in the secret service of th Confederacy was about to be hang ed by Gon Crittonden and hou or two before daylight on the morn ing appointed for tho execution Forest surprised CrittendenH demoralizing them killing n good many and taking a largo of prisoners During tho light M r Paul and young Richardson managed to escape After the war Richardson return hisufather who was an eminent mont her of the bar of that state and now goes to congress as tho sue cessor of Gun Joe Wheeler Lex ington Lender Why Thoy All Changed Their Drinks Tho Rov Thomas Colson was booked to speak at n prohibition mooting tho other night whoro W T Wardell was tho chief attrac tion Ho was unable to como hut sent a note of regret Before rending the note Chairman CuinmmpH said ho would toll tho crowd a truo story about Rev Mr Colson Several years ago said Mr CummingB ttllr Colson was out West Ho Htoppod oil at a town which was the loafing place of n largo number of cowboys when thoy wero oft duty Those rough looking follows with revolvers strapped to thoir sides and wearing bolts filled with cartridges met Mr Colson anti asked him to take a drink Ho declined at first but they insisted and ho went along with them When the party reached tho saloon tho biggest of tho throe called out What are you going to hnvo 1 Tho other two said Whisky II Give mo whisky too ho said Whats yours ho added to Mr Colson II Water nnAworod Mr Colson II Water oh V exclaimed tho big follow Seo hero stranger you drinks what thom other gusts drink or Ill spring n few leaks in your swallowHo drew out his revolver and handled it menacingly II Yon didnt dictate to those gentlemen what they Hhould call for did you said Mr Colson ti tatWell you cant dictate to mo oithor My drink is water 1111 ways thought you would ho too much of agontlomanIavoto tion a mans right to choose his own drink when ho was your guest I1Vo11 string mo up if it aint Toni Colson exclaimed tho man who had recognized his boyhood friend Mo and Tom used to go to school together fellers Well if I aintt glad to son you I I want to npologizo to you Toni for what I snuff und I want to say to you fol lore that youll change your orders and drink what Tom drinks or pop goes tho glasses Detroit Free Press Get the Almanac That PreiUtii tt iJv- estoa Storm Tilt Ladies Birthday lmana beingdlstribl1tclinourcit Sops0of tho Galveston storm The No York Times Sept 18th said Gal vestona disastrous storm WAS pro hythoBirthd lay Chatta nooga Tenn last January It ordinnrytcheap patent medicine almanac r that it has become very popular and tinge has a circulation of 15 000000 copies annually Our readers who have not received n copy of tho 1901 odition can got iit from their merchants or by send ing thoir address to the Ladies Birthday Almanac Chattanooga Tenn Fine cigars and Dukes mixture tobacco at 1F DAYS Biggie Poultry Book is tho most comprehensive anti helpful poultry book over gotten out In addition to tilt vast amount of valuable in formation covered in iits seventeen chapters there aro soxtocn beauti efill colored plates showing true to color and shape twentythroe Chickensrducks turkeys and goons aro nil pluningtisand with cough honk anti shanks possibleri to produce Also fortytwo hand some engravings in halftone and sixtyone other helpful illustra tions of houses nests drinking ves sols etc The price is 50 cents by mail j address the publishers Wil mor Atkinson Co Philadelphia Fou SIA scholarship in tho Commercial College of Kentucky University By early application at this oflice some young man can save several dollars tf CollsllmpIioois growing germ precisely as mouldycheese is destruction ofcheese by a growing germ If you kill the germ you stopthe consumption You can or cant accordingto when you begin Take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil take a little at first It acts as a food it is the easiest food Seems not to be food makes you hungryeating is comfortable You row stroiinThe Rriinllic itr+ maretakenot too much enough is as muchas you like andagrees with you Satisfy hunger with usual food whatever you like and agrees with you When you arc strong again have recovered your strength the germs arc dead you have killed them If you havo not tried It sond for froo samplo Its agrooablo tasto will surprlso you BOWNEMChomlsts 409 Poarl St Now York SOc and 100 all druggists I A KentnokliB Wtthlngloai QrtttMt OerrespoBdeat Nowras Savoyard outtho countywpublic aa c a Waahington correspondent for over twenty years Ills reputation is national publicmenany moue in the United Stator The Louisville Evening Post ha secured his services and iis now throotimos torturod yoar stepdaughter with n rodhot iron sufokoopingGilt inat by Grifllth Davis nod inCnrtorofGraysonthohorrahloinCntlcttslmrg Two ramous Weeklies ThoChicagofor 1 each poryoaror both for2 populnri j uiiiuiuiii towns this being tho original method of placing them before tho public Occasionally however thorn is town whore no ragouts has boon appointed It is from such towns that the W D Boyco Co of Chicago receive ninny cash sub Hen ption The circulation of those two weeklies is now over 500000 copies per issue Their many col ored iillustrations are the finest over soon in n rows or story pa per Lunch oysters cove oysters sardines large and small cans deviled ham Vienna sausage and mince mount nt J T DAYS KxGovoror George W Peck of Wisconsin has accepted position on tho Now York Sunday Vorld as editor of the comic supplement which will bo enlarged to eight nagos fHo will revive Pocks Bad Boy undor the title of q Pocks lied Boy Grown Up Mr Pock needs no recommendation as- a comic writer as ho is well known throughout the land Why send away from homo for pianoes organs sowingmnchincs buggies tto when we can und will save you money and goods will bo firstclass Wo sell direct from factories and Rave you tho jobbers onoughrochinos wntc IOAcllckRtoin first pricosWofloe bibles picture frames watches jewelry otc oot Kindly solicit ing the patronage of Wolfe nnd surrounding coutios Mail orders shall have special attention When answering this advertisement say you Hnw it in tho HAKI GIIKKV HIHAU I am Very truly JJ T GKVKDO- NJtf Hazel Green Collector Atkinson was hero last week I THE NEW YORK WORLD TllltWIAWUCI EDITION ALMOST A DAILY AT THE PRICE OF A WEEKLY y prcftldcntlal campnlvn In over but fllKworld gone on Jut the Ilimn and It I lull of news To learn tliU news UK It U promptly and Imimrtldlly nil that you have to do tU to look in the M columni or The ThrlccnWrek Edition of The Now York World which comes to tho y yearIhe dlllcence ts a puhlUlitiror tint news haa given it clroula lion wherever tho KnxlUh language IIn aiiok 7 ennod you want It Tho ThrlreoWcck Worlds regular nub Hcriptlon price li only 100 per year We offer tide unequaled nova paper gad Tlaa or 125 T The rcguhirubscripllou price of tke tx papcra U 105 k w I 1 c 8F 1G rM f- w THE HERALDSS SPENDER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Docombor 13 lOOOf 0 +Jtnnoun EmcnT + For Itepr iinntntlvellt Dlntrlot an1YLUJV1V1Onl Morgan county ni n cnndidntc for Hep rcicntntlve to tin Legislature from Morpm and Wolfe counties subject to action of the Dumncrntla party We are authorized to nn CECIl F Jnollnco JAMmS1 H CECIL of Morgan county UH candidate for Uepre DPutntlvu to the fiKUliiture for Morgan and Wolfo counties subject to the action of the Dcinocratlo party BY ft voto of U50 to 1JW tIn house Thursday passed tho army roor ganization bill Two democrats voted for it and ono republican ngainat it it was passed by n strict party voto The most importnnt amendment to tho bill wits ono that abolishes tho army canton Tho effort to retire Shafter as a Major General and Wilson and Leo as Brigadier Cienoraln failed COXGHUBB is wolf under wny end tho republican measures tine boom ing all along thu lino Somo of 4 thorn may boprovonted from passing at this session but if so they will got through noxt timo and thoroforo tho chances are that tho democrats will content themselves with going on record in opposition and then lotting tho G 0 P do its worsti ONB of tho worst hilly of its kind over proposed is now ponding in Congress By its provisions all veterans whether disabled or nut a proforencoforappoinla 4 ernment service If tho bill pusses it will moan that tho entire gov j ernment service will bo put into tho hands of ttho veterans to the exclusion of all civilians By tho way some one may pickup a fate Btmvll sums by wagering I that McKinloy has not yet boon roolectod The electoral1 Jcollego has not met yet you know and thoro is nothing in tho laws to prevent its choosing somebody olso i when it does However must mOil 1 1would bo willingi to give a good deal for Macs chances IT is reported that 1200 bolo mon have surrendered in tho Phil ippines If so so good But bo not hopoful brethren that the war is over There have boon sin ilar surrenders before only to have tho surrendered go back to tho fighting lino after they have had a fow full steals and hind soon their families TUB Sultan is to pay up through tho purchase of a cruiser and tho Unitod Status has professed itsolf satisfied It may be pointed out by tho way that payment could I Imvo boon had months ngo by this moans but was refused and tho very idea of its acceptance was t thetl MHS LAS UT1tY huts again made a matrimonial change this timo in tho direction of shedding her latest husband Pretty soon silo will got a now ono wo presume How ovor it will tnko something moro than ii divorce case to bring tho lady to tho front onco more LIKE Bomo of his distinguished predecessors Ambassador Choato lies slopped over in an address made in Groat Britain Before ho gots through with tho incident ho + nay wish ho hadnt 4 rJ s ANY democrat who can cast back his political memories for n fow y6arBJmuBt laugh to recallI the1 fulminations of tho republicans of that timo against any seeking to orator tho foreign markets and thei declaration that the homo markets woro good enough for them Now that things have changed they contend of course that thoy were in favor of developing our foroign trade all tho timo instead of being bitterly hostile to itnti they wore AFTER all tho talk of tho deead once of tho merchant marine of the United States thoro may bo somo surprise at tho statement that tho United States stands second among tho nations in tho ton range it has afloat It is exceeded only by GreatBritainand no sub sidy bill is likoly to pass that country BIIITISH enthusiasm over tho South African war still oxists though it is not easily understand able outside of Groat Britain it solf Hut when the cuolinJtdml1ghts- of taxation proposed to settle tho cost of tho war canto to bo admin istered tho nation is likely to ox perience a sudden drop in iits temperature TEnOY doos not propose to allow himself to bo buried in tho vice presidential chair True this had been the fate of most former vice presidents but then Toddy consid ors that seldom indoed in tho past hits anyone of his attainments ac cepted tho post TUB Isthmian Canal Commie sion has reported in favor of the Nicarauguan route as tho only real ly feasible ono although it admits that it will cost about 50000000 moro than tho Panama TUB gold democrats assort that the old party loaders are with thorn Possibly I Anyhow it is curtain that at least a thousand of tho rank and file of tho party still adhere to their standard u WiiBN will coal go down Au gustuslI Wo are nut a prophet nor tho son of a prophot but wo are willing to bot that it wont go down until tho mercury goes up Tin latest thing on the exchange is a corner in November corn en gineered by a young man named Philips So far it hUH succeeded allright and tho end of November is close at hand AND yot this is tho very sumo Kaiser Wilholm that sent Kruger a telegram congratulation after thosupression of the Jameson raid Mow tompora do mutantur TUB republicans should bo proud of tho senate they hove created What with Quay null Addicks and Tanner it will bo u most lovely place to keep out of GBN JOHN WILSON in n report to congress urges tho appropriation of 200000 to build a loveo between Hickman Ky and Slough Landing Tenn TAs WAS predicted President Mc Kinloys message was as dull as a market report and had all tho scintillating brilliancy of a bluo book TUB other nations of Europe may take tho crude old fashioned way of borrowingmoney Franco does tho trick simply by sending Bornhart over Tin cheers for Oom Paul sound much like a desire to givo him a coLsolation prizo- Y= = = TUB Christmas present problom will bo tho paramount issue for tho next fow weeks IT is to bo hoped that will not do a thing to congressI WHIRED THE iONEYI YOU NEED THE GOODS OWING TO THE UNSEASONABLE WEATHER WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED WITH GOODS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT IL I 3 T We have too many goods Costs and profits not considered We offer for sale one of the most elegant stocks of Clothing in Ken tucky at prices unheard of r Y7qVoqt7117fTt17r ffrrvFVTifg 1iJ pens1 Clothing from Alfred Benjamin Go j lLZorrLT7LIrZ7 t7 r7 o TJ=sj 1 FROM ALL MANUFACTURERS IN UNITED Z2D tXZw 717 777rr rzj7zzz7 i z7AL r d L LJL LLLYihj A 000000000000000000000ooooodooooo00ooooosooooo00000000ooooo ooo MEWS OVERCOATS Our stock iis not only the largest but the most refined HtjlesI in Lexington Our ILGluS OVEUCOAT by Alfred Benjamin iis the real tiling Our SSOJ COVERT OVERCOAT manufactured by e Hros is a daisy Other dealers auk 800 for the IICo overcoat I BLACK HEAVER OVERCOATS at 50 Other ask 10 00 I Uo save you from 200 to 500 on every overcoat you purchase I oo SHIRT DEPARTMENT W soil MONARCH SHIRTS STAR SHIRTS Cruni I ng the best makes in the United Mute + We will piton sale Fifty Dozen Shirts Regular price 1GO i CSaTOur price 75 centsomoo UNDERWEARt We carry a full line of American Hosiery the stan dard line of America We have them from 1Jc up to 250 a garment KflrITLL LINE BOYS UNDERWEART3a 00 TRUNKS AND VALISES tWocarry the largest stock of Trunks and Valises in Lexington and our prices ore the lowelti000000ooooos0oooo00000000000oooooaooooo000000o00000 OF Good Luck old i Belle 4 years old White Corn 4 years old Vernon years old Apple Brandy old Apple Brandy 4 years old i Peach Brandy old Poach Brandy 4 years old fas Clothing trrcrwy from Bros Baltimore MdJ I CLOTHING LEADING THE hlllererllrCllelltlIg Bogs Milieus Department The Stock of Boys and arf IOurI Wo sell the Newburgh NEVER nIP tPANTS best in tho world oerIcOl1lIWe only carry the celebrated Peerless Brand the in the wrld Night Shirts f and upward They cost the bestII inferior oneswhy not have 00 the best at same price AND CAP DEPARTMENT 41 Full line Leading makes Stetsons in nil styles FULL LINE OF CAPS FROM 2flc UP o U Night Robs- Smokingi Bathiag Jackets Robes i t ARGEST STOCK IN TIlE CITY ti a- 0oooooaooooo00000000000000000000oooooaooaaoaoaoooooco oooa0aooos NOT INVEST A DOLLAR UNTIL YOU SEE OUR PRICES 4 Lows CUS STRAUS 4 k LEXINCTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS = c = = IRICHARD has charge of our Department and he is Lexingtons Only Cutter TttE ftjM y coy= LEXI1IGrc y andPeachx A FEW OUR PRICES Whiskey 2 years Kentucky Whiskey Whiskey Mt 8 2 years 2 years Strops MENS and Largest Childrens CORDUROY oc SHAT P4DO SHRYOCK Tailoring K READ Whiskey per gallon 8150 i per gallon 175 per gallon 200 per gallon 250 per gallon 175 per gallon 200 per gallon 175 per gallon 200 Wo will1 send 4 Full Quart Bottles of Bello of Nelson Whiskey 10 years old packed in a nice box no marks with corkscrew and frnldritmnm nlnoo i rt I propnidOn111 Court nt Louisville Ky wo cull not in future ship Vhiskoy C 01 to our customers You cnl1 Bond us the money with your order and wo eau ship your goods by express without violating any law and you will thus save charges for returning monoyIWRITE US BEFORE ORDERING ELSEWHERE ordersdirectpricesRenluuIborgoods you recoivo do not please you In every way return thorn and your money will bo refunded ADVERTISEMENTlieyou will favor us with your orders Jto TJBCE JHE JVL RYE OO 4 45 E Main Street LEXINGTON KY y tr t = Ir t c v i iII h 0 KCr r d rifle la often a vrnrnlng that the liver Is torpid or Inactive More cerloua IromptIliver troubles tako ernIk1f While they rouso the liver restore full regular action of the bowels they do nut gripe or pain do not Irritate or Inflame th Internal organs but have o positive toriii cfuxt 3c at oil druggists or bt mall vi Cl flood S Co Lowll Jf- assIRHEfALD z n p FARM JOURNAL Great From now to Deo 1003 Offer Nearly 5 Years By special nrrangomont made with tho publishers of tho FARM JOURNAL wo nro enabled to offer that paper to every suhrirJer who ppys for rUE HERALD ono your ahead for only 100 both papers for the price of ours only our pa the FARM JOURNAL per ono year and from now until December 1903 nearly 5 years The FAUM JOORSAT i s an old established pa per enjoying great popularity one of tho best and most useful farm papers published This otT T should bo accepted without dolay =Old time Fiddlers Concert Jan uary 1 1901 Will Kash made a Hying trip to McCausoy last week Buy your oranges bananas figs and raisons at JJ T DAYS IJdward Taulbeo mado a Hying trip to Red river Sunday Dr Nickoll was in Ltm City one day this voak on businessi It is reported that leattyvillo has several cases of small pox J T Day has the largest stock of Christmas toys in town Who said turkey to tho editor for his Chritmas dinner l lion W 0 Mio and son Carl nro visiting in Pourtsmouth Ohio this week Tommio Loo of Montana is vis iting the family of his father on Grassycropk A big lino of ladies clunks jackets and capes will bo sold at not cost at J T Days Store Hog killing sausago staking and sauerkraut is in order at this time of the year Xmas is only one weou t rout next Tuesday thou turkey and other good viands will gram I tu table It is now in order for Krugor to face Berlin and sing that old fa miliar song I dont want to play iu your kopjo II TO CLKU A C01I IN ONK 1Y Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets All dnmgists refund money if it fnil to cure i5e The genuine has L B Q on each tablet Robt Anderson of Lee City has sold his timber interests mills etc to his partner Logan Terrill of Broathitt county KEEP your blond Jlure and your and digestive organs in a healthy condition by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla and you will bo WELL Tho show which was hold at the academy on Monday night was quito a treat not only for tho larger ones but especially the little folks The dogs done somo very fcico tricks u 51 A LYON JRJ k Leading Insurance Agent of Eastern Kentucky Offices Beatty vllle and Jacksonr it lyf DO TOe EVER THINK Do you ever think while oer a mound 01 awayTlyitsuourrAt rest beneath a bed of clay Do you ever think that short is life You know not nt what future time To youth amid age in joy and strife The reaper comes thy fate to sign Do you ever think youd give thy wealth byIfWhen you are nailed upon to die Do you ever thinkcan thought recall One instance where that wealth coul l save Ah I no my friend youll leave it nil Wheneer you reach the silent grave SAM WUSON Wedding Chimes On Sunday ovoning 9th inst at 030 p m William Clark of Cox neighborhood led to the hymotiial alter Miss Nancy Clark of our town The wedding was a quiet one only the immediate friends of the families being present Wo congratulate those young people on tho choice they have made und earnestly hope that life for thou may bo full of joys and all their sorrows littles The ceremony was performed by tho Rev H D Adams On Sunday at tho Christain church tho subjects for sermons will be at 11 a in Culled To What How 1 and at u15 p m EvorybOlly tend both services and will receive a hearty welcome No ono should fail to hear the evening sermon it being the fifth ono in tho series on the church All kinds of staple and fancy groceries dry goods boots shoes hats nail caps notions etc at 1 r T DAYS Incidcntly wo learn that Taylor JohnsonJ will againi move to Missouri this fall Having already sold most all his personal property and Ioas6d his farm Werogrot very much to 10s1 Taylor und his must otslimablo wife but heartily recommend thorn as a valuable ad dition to any community Molvin Htirlingamo of Chicago who has boon with Decreet Gill at tho Canoy tunnel having just recovered from n sovoro attack of smallpox left Friday for Loxing ton and Chicago Ho was accom panied by Dr ilarcoll and Roland Taulboo It is noticed that quite a number from a distance are in attendance at the academy It speaks well for our institution but there are quit a numbir within five stiles of Hazel Green who do not attend i i and if they would only consult their own interest they would also I have their names enrolled on tho academy book- sThoMissinnaryHallyThoCross und tho Flag5 will bo given at Daysboro next Saturday afternoon Everyboy is invited to attend tho I rally at tho Christian church It will not cost anything to outer Our proposition on the Farm Journal expires Jan 1 1901 and tho price of tho CourierJournal will bo increased to 100 at tho same time So if you want to subscribe now is tho timeI Never Burn aCandloat Both Ends I Dont co on Irnwinir vitality from the blood without tlolnir Mouicthluir to rephico It Hoods SarKBparllln gives nerve mental nndilliretitlvo trcncth by cnrlchlnif and vitalizing the blood Hoods Pills aro mild nod non irritatinr I olso Nickoll hUB routed tho Day property on The Heights occupied by Mat Adams Tho latter will move to tho property of Ova Swan go who will shortly leave for Louisville to attend school Robert Nodloy and family will shortly remove to a farm ho has rented in Clark county Wo are of course sorry to lose Rob and his interesting family But wo are assured that our loss is Clarks gain Born to tho wife of J1t DoBusk un Friday 7th1 inst n girlMary Richmond is doing nicely but its grandfather J A Tnulboo looks several years older at this time Rev E K Piko will commence a protracted meeting here Monday evening week andvih1 be assisted by Rev Andy Johnson All are requested to attend those meet I iugeI A Grand M OfferlIj From now until January 1 igrjl we will receive subscribers to I THE HERALD the twice a week CourierJournal the Farm Jour nal and Boyces Monthly all for S100 The latter is a 32page corndplete stories and illustrated with colored pictures Now is the time to subscribe telegramlastmother Mrs Lucinda Cecil was daughters Sword Crook Vu William Cecil started Friday morning to ho at her bed side Mrs Cecil loft about dnnghtor the Farm Journal is all sun shine writes J II little tho groat Connecticut fruit man und TilE IIKUALD thinks so too You cue got tho Farm Journal for tho ru mainder of 1000 all of MI01 W02 100JJ und 1001 to every one who will subscribe for TIIK HKIULD j both papers at tho price of ours only 05 cents The state election commission on the 5th inst completed the presllOntial over McKinley is 8008 Judge Miller of Hroathitt cattle down Thursday to consult Dr J A Taulboo in regard to his wife who is quite ill at her homo on HuntingI creek Frank Thomasof WalnutGrove huts routed the II F Pioratt prop erty on Tho Huights and will move to this place immediately nicelylauu1rieI ngPlItfortho work of which is superior to that of any laundry in the state tf George M Rico und wife of May town wore visiting his farther and family bore Tuesday and Wed lies day Mr Rico thinks his little half sister is a darling For nil kinds of fancy Christmas und holiday goods go to JT DAYS Rose it Uhoolors now shop is almost completed This will give Hitol Greon two No 1 carriage factory and all round blacksmith shops Dr J A Taulboo was culled to Maytown Sunday night to see tho daughter of It MChilders of that place who was reported dangerous Ily ill IFiddlers take notice Sond your atones to Vtn JL Cord to in suro ontranco in contest on Now Yoar night Born to tho wife of Boone Lit oral of Toliver on tho Illth inst n girl Dr Taulboo officiating Curtis Quokanll of Exol was a visitor horo Saturday and Sunday Win Kash who has boon con fined to his room with jaundice is improving William Caskoy and Miss Lizzio Honry of West Liberty wero pleasant visitors horo Sunday Mrs H F Pioratt visited tho family of Mort Pioratt on Grassy crook Monday THE HENRY SWANGO COli MAYTOWN KY Begs leave to announce to the people of Wolfe and adjoining counties that they will have the handsomest line of HOLIDAY GOODS ever seen in the mountains which they will sell nt rockbottom prices lor the cush Our Mr Swango it in the city tills week purchanini the latest novelties in nil depart inents and they will play both Jew nod Gentile during the holidays Jly time endof the year they hope to add many new custo mers and retain all old ones who by pay othfelsewhere lI lty d 8WANGO r 1f1Illy V ynoPJiipp8 t eaiit tor tho Homo Steam JLiaundEy7 of titStorming f fV1 Copies of this paper may be found on filet nt the oflice of our Washington correspond sent l1 G Sk gera 913 F Street N W J Wellington P C Ei DialltOndBings SPARKLING GE- MSlE150 1000 1500 Up Ia 4 i WATCHES II- ft 1ti Fur both 111 dIUIII IIJlllall1 Guaranteed l Santa linickcepers 300 500 Claus and 100 GClltleI I fm for 1UWELHY and kindred articles Jv IfiJ y J FRED J HEINTZ Jeweler IM- anufacturing i II 1li Miiln lrIff lJJ JIIXISOTON KV l 11 near PostuflleeIhffir v n r- I J MifiLneruTfleLatesl gi I I I TRIMMED AND IIHATII which are of tIll latest patterns and II poI tUdutu in all respects The ladies ufI Hazel Griiii and vicinity are requested to call nail examine my I 0 IItockIIII DRESS MAKING In connection with my MILL1NKUY I riTUHK 1 have a line of dress trim minis hid ti li0g shirt waists shirt waint I nndx Ole ete11111Ion prepared to fiLl I I mind make InwiH in tho latest Btyles tin all kinds of tewing- InI hotli Kpiii tnicntH I am prepared to tell very cheap and guarantee natiHfac tint in oil eases I MRS P N DAY I IttI fEKENTUCKfS GREATESTNEWSPAPER I hamsSteanisend his basket every two woe kit 8blrrtcollars culls otc laundered in the beet styletfKwahteffGo1i w I3TW Inn Great Brag pants ll- aH F PIERATtSO- LE DEALER HAZEL GREEN KY CuA LYNCH nInItl BENTI- NUABNERBARNES CO Wholesale Dry Goods NotipnSjC- IIAULKSTON VT VA Solicits n share of your patronage and asks you to hold nn order fur him H G ROBINSON DEATTYVILLE KY General Salesman for II M HUGHES CO LOUISVILLE KY Manufacturers of HighGrndo V111 cg I l Ol C1 Holliits nrderti from tilt merchant of the nioniitaiiiH uml guarantee satisfaction A IrnlllltiluelltiollIpATON S WARFIELD 9 C COnSORIflLI ARTISC gird 0 v HAZEL GREEN KY Hulr Cuttinc fchnvinir Slminiinoiiip Ac 1111 tin latest fiyh Shop upiii Yudiiu iliiyN ntnrdiiVM only fur the prfNont Our ice returned If we fail Any ourr stadlng- skclctt nod dcscrtpuun of nay Invcllllon will jitomptly receive our opinion free concerning the utentntiility of wane How to Obtain a Iatcnt ocnt upon request Patents secured through 1111 advertised for wile nt our expense Patents tnken out through us receive gtccfuf liollrr without charge Ill fun 1ATKNT KliCOttD Illn illustrated amid widely circulated journal consulted lIIy Mllllllrntllllrll nod Inventors for nniptc copy FREE AdilieM IScull VICTOR J EVANS dt CO ID IVttcnC Attorney CIacceptable Idou If patented mfor PATENT RECORD Baltimore Md IATICNT Ri coon 100 per annum Suoetes ran cant to without It especially YOU it only costs you at the of ONI CUNT A DAY THE LOUiSVILLE EVENING POST The Great Department Paper of the South 1 I A Department for Everybody from the Child to the Lawyer from the Laborer to the Bunker 10 to 20 Pages DailyBiggest Paper in the South RATES BY MAIL ONLY One Ycar 33CeThrccI Months312ssIx nOl1tl11 200 I I One Month 50 The livening Post his an admirably equipped Washington bureau which will cover the doings of has tote full Associated PrsNews Report complete and accurateMarkets All tile New All the Time Drop a Postal CarJ for Sample Copy THE EVENING POST LOUISVILLE KY 1- Cloihes I l Makothot MuntiV- ear a nicely Tailored garment and when you enter a gentlemans place of business you impress that individual as being of some importance If you arc in the society of the gentler sex and better dressed than others in the crowd you ills at once the favorite People who dress better than others in this community have their clothing made by the GLUBB TAlLURING C MPANY r LOUISVILLE KY fx 1IForla suit Satisfaction gU ranteedf H- Yr J CI y4s Ify PV r k l rw Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and llessens ambition beauty vigor In by and cheerfulness on disappear when the kidneys are out of orde- or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon for child to be afflicted weak kidneys If the child urin ates too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon if the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheofSwampRootdruggists fifty and one dollar IIby You may have a bottle mall a born with step with awpltontIngthousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer ti Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper T At Homo and Abroad According to tho Now York Sun nmny of till illhnhitlllltH of Puerto Rico nro fur from appreciating the i bonolitH of American occupation and consider thoir American do purtinily Tho Puerto Rican corrtripolldunt of tho Sun gives tho following il lustation of descriptive of the HconoH in nn insular court where the presiding ollicial In u native and nn American ono of the parties to the plIi- tConrtYou are the plnintitT in Mm sui- tLilignntYoi V Your Honor CourtYou urn an American I pr 14 surnotlitigantYos Your Honor CourtYou lose ThiH man soom n trifle itregain to those who Htill fondly believe t that justice in always hlind and might load to tin boliof that tho Puerto Kicans worn utter barga riana It iid not improbable how over that tho Louisville police force could furnish some Ruggos tiona to the Puerto Hicanu along thin line that would make them J innlginaryhutlogo in this city is as follows I violatingIi the law J believe Y Suspect 1 am and I am obtain ing both ploasurojtuid profit there IylOlIC0ltntltYtnl gnmhlorthonStLHpect1I am Policeman You win TO 1111 i ivrA sick Indtcured of her deafness and noises in tho head by Dr Nicholson Artificial lair Drum gave 10000 to his Institute HO Unit dent people unnlito to procure the Knr Dm ins may have them free Address No US5i The Nicholson Institute 780 Eighth Avenue New York 11 v- Sonic two months ago II K Pio rntt lost a bundle containing a brown cloth overcoat two suits of undorwoa necktie e between High Falls and the residence of Granville ICvans The finder will ho Ii born ly rewarded by leaving tho bundle at 111F Pioratts storo or this office tf Remember tho debate at tho Academy chapel tomorrow Friday night 1 Everybody should attend Jim Reoder tho boss clothing man was registered at tho Day House liric1ItwIlAnvARP is still a goon place at which to educate boys whatever play bo thought of its athletic at tainments TiiK Czar is out of danger Bays n bulletin from Livadia Not theythink lumpbunohor any like ailment go to John M Rose nncl got a bottlo ofI Qninns Ointmont which will ro move tho obstacle tf av vin Ri io lIgnt WOrld son OUR SAVIOUR IN ART NEARLY 100000 TO IMIO iOST Contains nearly 100 full engravings of our Savior ami paintersrTrue copies of the greatest Masterpiece In Jhe nrt Rullcriei of Europe Every picture Is nil beautiful ni a sunrise over the hilltop Contains description of the painting Mop rnphy of the pnlnters the names nnd loon lions of the galleries in Europe where the orlxlnnls may be seen Also contains a Child Department including n ChlldV Story of the Christ and His Mother beauti fully written to fit each picture Thli won derful hook mntchlcbs in its purity mid beauty nppenls to every mothers heart timid in every Christian homo where there nfl children the hook sells itself Phristinn men and women are making money rapidly taking orders A Christian man or IWlllltrI- enn in this community soon make I1000 taking orders for Christmas presents Mrs Waltc our agent In MassacliiMctts law sold over 3000 worth tit the books in n very short time Mrs Snekott our ngentittNew York has sold over il1500 worth of the books in a very short time The hook iin printed on vclvcttlnhhrd paper beautifully bound In Cardinal lied and Gold std ad orned with Golden Roses and Lilies IHs without doubt tho most beautiful hookot this century Write for terms quickly and get the management of that territory You can work on salary or commission trail when you prove your success we will pro mote you to the intuition of Manager and Correspondent at u permnnet salary to de vote your time to unending to agents and the correspondence Wauled also u State Manager to have charge of ollice in Leading City of the State nnd nunaic nil the bust tress of the State Send fur terms Aildros THE BRITISHAMERICAN CO Currornii Multiline app VTreasnry WASHINGTON I C DAY + IOUSE FOR SALE IIIillllOproperty known as tho It I DAY HOUSE UIUP Oreun Ky This lintel Is well and fiivoruhly known to the trtivrlniR public mill has been for years It in now the only hotel In lliutl Jrotti It IIIIH 11 rooms hi cltiiliiiK n large nnil commodious SAMlLK UOOM nnil nil ntcessary ouiliiililiiii etc- t lnrn lee IIOIIHO KIIOI iinlcn hilt never Iitilinwellof pure water are vnlitnlile iiljunrtN the house is in gaud repair and welt rurnlsheil throughout A iernnnal III speelion and investigation is invited Fur imrtiiMiliir address MrsI LOT DAY Jif Hazel ireen Ky IKE HARTFIELDI I llitnil imrtttrn Sit StorlliiK Ky KKIKKS- KNTSCUCGENHEIMER Co LYNCH HI KO VV Importer anil Jobbers of Dry lomlx No minus and Funcy Goods Weinamitaeture the well known 41 HKATSALIj Pants anil Oviriills Hold your orders until you esu him Fine Farm I o f 11J 0 having determined to locate nt another point I oiler for sale at private contract my farm near Salem Morgan county Ky containing 8 r acres10 acres of which is timber laud of good qualityOn place is n modern fironin rosi denclIultlnil necessary outbuildings i a never failing well of lline water n store room Mx21 feet with hull length ware- room along side J AN ORCHARD 1of 40 Young Trees repre enti ip several varieties of fruit iis now in bering and n source of revenue A Church and School adjoin the premises and the neighborhood Iis unexcelled for good behavior sobriety etc IIt 100000 WILL BUY ITIi niul the terms be made to suit any reasonable purchaser F M LONG or SPENCER COOPER Hazel Green Ky CHASSI L PENS GO CASH PRODUCE BUYERS iDressed Poultry Came Furs Eggs Butter 204 DUANE STREET ONEW YORK Write for Our Present Paying Pric- es1Iinc1tc1r JllIIt1t WINCHESTER KY X H WITIIEKSPOON President It D HUNTER Cashier Paid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Bank solicits the accounts of mer chants farmers traders and businessmen generally throughout Eastern Kentucky anti oOerll its eustonuers every facility ana the most liberal terms within the limits of ultimate banking octlSlT A Farm for Sale1 I will soil my farm of 159 ACRES Consisting of about 80 acres of cleared more than half of which ill in grassandti- me rest in good oak timber with ono Good Framo Dwelling House of four rooms and a good drilled well of never failing water and outhouses cribs and stables also two tenant houses There iill n Kino Vein of the BEST COAL rom which several thousand bushels nre sold each year Tho faun is ono and one half miles from Hazel Green A good bargain cult bo rondo by applying in per sun or writing to 1Ys111 CORn hazel Green Ky Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Effect October 21 1900 EAST BOUND NoJOo 2 STATIONS M I nullII AM Lye PM Lye putAvnni pmltIJuncnI I gnulodiumitunClaypinFilson1 l patNat1 luridlknttyve1 1 purlAtholJaeknon 11 80 am C IItl pm WEST HOUND TRnlIStimlay Dally Jackson ti 25aut 1 2t1 pot- pm1nllegui 111111IItI 1111Dul1clcl1 patFilsonpmClay pilihllI1t I putslvnn11111llIclllRlcrI pili1lxlIgtoll MoungerC111SSCoCr AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY Tile ToleUol Blade TOLEDO OHIO Circulation I 178000 Tha gent National Weekly Newspaper of America The only Weekly edited ex presaly for every state and territory The News ot the World so arranged that busy people can more easily comprehend than liy reailinn cumbersome columns of Iln III Ill All current tlllIClIIlule plain in each Iissue liy special written from I inception down to date The only iiaper iII publishedespecially for people who do not rend daily newspapers and vet thirst forII netvspnperis I Weekly Blade now has over 17SOOO yearly I subscribers and Is circulated in nil parts the Initcd States In addition to the news llI The Blade publishes short nnd serial stories and many depnrtmeiitii of matter suited to every member of the fatally Only OXJIDOLLAR A YEAR I I yCWrite for specimen copy Address THE BLADE 174t TOLEDO 01110 SMJo ofM ffJoo o o o An Orator Speaks with Qraee 1 only ui1en his alrlp IOI fit him 1 Like every one lie would bo 1 ill at enttu in ill fllting clothess You wilt never feel thnt wny ifyou wear clothes by tA fithe best known Chicago Tnllors A unit or Overcoat nincle by will FIT YOUR 1 KAMK Conic In anti pick out the Roods yourself from the finest line of samples you ever saw You will win sure If you trove on one of these suits The Ht nnd the Quality ore there What tunic do you want If the price M right T We will see to THAT and you will get more than you ever hull before IF YOU COME EARLY you will get a shade the of it ao do not delayS- AMPLE ADISPLAYED nvrJSOLE AGENTS l CPi I EYHAZEL GREEN KY rniI SffOEStho finest lino nnd gji tt mutest variety of LADIES BOClSf I SHOES over brought to tho mountains nnd having bought them before the recent riso in leather I nm prepared to save my customers money on ovary purchase they make I want tho ladies especially to examine my stock For tho price I can show thorn a frontlace shoo that is a world beator It is indeed a beauty and to tho touch makes ono feel that the shoemaker got hold of tho kidglove stock Respectfully JOIN M ROSE Pre- sM N uG I N V 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