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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e iO q 4 L f t is 1c J i H J k 1 TITlE HAZEL jREENHI3R L tr jl Established March 4 1885 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and HU Continent by Mix onll IG f I t SIXTEENTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 26 1901 NUMBER 42- aeExoEit Owner and UUU1TI Ed1U r The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper IN the Kentucky MountainsseenIFU t In YEAH Advance T r Ii f4ht A han ii- iij CLARENDON HOTEL BAR t DENNIS J IIICKEY Proprietor rKo2l NOKTH LIMESTONE STIIEET KYLf Bond h Lillard I Old Barton WHISKIES Pugh and r i880 H C Bowen J f 1 ffM MARTIN SON PEAIEUH IN AWDERSOWV COUNTY v fWHiSREY WINE DEBIt CIGARS TOBACCO No 40 VINE STIIEE- TLEXINGTON KY 2rThc proprietors arc mountain mint nndniountiiincers miike Hill Martins theirj headquarters for 10ccnt whiskey 1 h tiltt E T CRAVES t KB 8 NOUTH LIMESTONE STREET f LEXINGTON KY Winos Liquors and Cigars ROSE 5 WHEELER PRACTICAL BLACKSMITHS AND WAGONMAKERSHAZEL DFInite the attention of the farmers of this vii cinity to their unproved facilities for blacksmilhing and wagon making as well as repair work of all kinds A full force of first class mechanics insures promptness in the execution of all work entrusted to them and satisfac tion iis guaranteed in nil cases Buggy building and wagon making are our specialties Your patronage is re spectfully solicited and will be dulyup preciated Respectfully c- HOSE WHKELKU WF BAKERlt- endquartern lliirliourvlllo Ky ItelItESEN- TfSO1CllaiIsoHIOs SnOB LID Nashville Tenn Manufacturers nnd Jobbers of STAPLE and CUSTOM SIIOKS carries a full line of samples anil solicits your trade S- lyWANTEDfete ble near for Manager of Branch Office wo wish to open in this vicin ity If your record is O K bore is your opportunity Kindly give good reference when writing THE A T MORRIS WHOLESALE HOUSE CINCINNATI OHIO k Illustrated catalog W stamps I KE HARTFIELDI llntiiliiimrtarH Mt Sterling Ky KKIIIKS- KNTSGUGCENHEIMER Co LYNCIIIJUIia VA Importers and Jobbers of Dry Goods No Ions anil Fancy Goods We manufacture the well known BEATS ALI feats aid Overalls Hold your orders until you sea r him BLUEGRASS + NURSERIES 0- I l SPRING 1001 e Fruit and Ornamental Trees Shrubs Hoses Grapes Small fruits Asparagus Hhubnrb and everything for Orchard Lawn mum Garden Prices rightI CSSNTo AGENTS EMPLOYED and rock I bottom to tho actual planter Cataloguo i on application to H F HILLENMEYERLEXINGTON ji GETI YOUR NiTKIIKAUHKnTeIopej LetterheAd CatAlogu- ehle DUll roPrl ted At UEnALDoffloe COUNTY NEWS NOTES 0tSTTo insure insertion ALL corres byMondayi that nearby on Monday morning Our correspondents are derelict in duty and we want to say that henceforth they willnot receive papers except for the week they have news letters We are dependent upon them for the news and when they fail to send in their favorsI they put us to great inconvenience For fine Photographs come to Taylor gallery at Hazel Green SUNNY SIDE Mrs J II Brooks is quite sick at bcr home near Dayshoro J W Taulbeo and H C Alexandeio Daysboro were at Campton last week Aunt Kitty Nickell of Orassyis visit ing her brother J R Brooks this week Charley Craft and son of Salem pass ed through here last week en route to Hazel Green Scott and Moody Lacy left Ilast weel for Kansas and other points in the west with a view of locating Old Granma Parks is perhaps the old dost person about here from all account she is more than one hundred years old and she dont smoke a pipe Edward Oney spent Sunday with uncl Ilastu Brooke and wife He would jUlt as soon spend a day with this aged couple as to ho with time gayest of the gay Charley called at this place Sunday He has abandoned the idea of writing up his courtship since the Kdt shut jowl OH time poets Wish ho would get Uncle Sam to write ih up or decide to write iit in prose While in town Monday wo saw Ton Powers and Harry Perkins two of our old schoolmates whom we hind not seem for some time They are traveling jr the interest of a portrait company ir ChicagoYe received a letter from Gallic Taulbee last week They had settled nt Perry Oklahoma they had bought n lintel and were doing n good business with more boarders than they couM take care of She seemed to be happy in her western Forrest homeItinned sometime ago was so far recovered as to bo able to be carried from Taul bee heights on a cot by some of the schoolboys to his fathers who occupies tho residence recently vacated by Ambroa Nickell What a perfect day this has been For sonic three days last week the heavens poured down their bounty on this dusty II earth and we saw once niuiu the rise nndfall of the beautiful Rhine in front of our Sunny Side home Then the whitewinged snow flakes began to fall and clothe these vine clad mills in a beau tiful white robe But now it has ceased snowing only for a few moments and the cool wind steals gently through tho boughs of the trees and creeps in at my window j making everything look fair- and glorious Such is the condition of the weather today The wind weather and providence would not permit any of us attending church Wo all intended to dress out in our new spring hats but none of us could cope with tho snow which God put in sight April 28 SUSIE SuxiinAM MORGAN COUNTY CONSOLATION CHAT Hush Swango of the Springs was the guest of Lige JJInnkensliip Saturday John Taulbee had a log rolling last week and they say Volney Oldficld was there too Dr W S Gevedon will preach at the Caskey school house on next Sunday evening at 3 oclock John use of tho Swango Springs neichbood was the pleasant guestof Joe Lykin and family last Saturday Dr Marion Center was called to seer M Lee who was taken suddenly ill last Tuesday but we are glad to say he is much improved and able to attend his farm duties Rain and high Vatcr8rrevcnted ye scribe from being but wo do hope tho U Ds laid the H IJn so far under ground that they wont get their toes bit oil this cold snap Glenn little daughter Blankenshipthe who of Mr liP been visiting the family of P MI Uo on Lower Grassy returned home Sunday much delighted with her trip Tho snow storm last week was quite a Jraw back to the farmers of this neigh borhood still the most of them havo well done and sometheir plowing pretty hare their corn planted For further information call on Nov II H Blank tnship Ligo Blankenship 8I1Y8IITalk about frogs hollowing he heard one hollowing your under the snow the other day If any of the correspondents have any would be glad yellow corn to spare Lige f for them to call on him at his homo neat the Swango Springs April 23 EINNIM MAYTOWN MISSIVES sicilistJohn Brewer of Toliver is in town at presentCharlie Lyons of French urg is in townNoah Lyons has returned from Cin cinnati on a business trip visitinghisMiss Frouu Neff and sister were visit ing in Ezel lust week Robert Bowman has been visiting on Still watei tho past week Mr and Mrs II A Cbilders made iia flying trip to Ezel last week Miss Eta Dennis and brother of Ezcl passed through town last week Miss Ova Cecil was a pleasant visitoi in town Thursday Miss Laura Bowman spent Wednesday with Mrs Stamper of Stamper branch Hubert unmuvil of hazel Green wall calling on friends in our midst Thura dayT W Taulbee of Daysboro has beet calling on friends and relatives at thi1 placeA P Dye has recently finished a mica cottage for Jerry Murphy Mr Dye iis a hustling carpenter and wo wish lien all HUCCCSH April 23 TEMPEST From another correspondent Wade McCluro was in town Saturday John Oakley went to Campton Mon daySim Hamilton of Frenchburg was in town Thursday Willie Childers made a business trip to Hazel Green Saturday- It A Childers is attending court at Campton this week Willie Kash passed through this place ono day last week Oscar McNabb of Chapel branch passed through town Sunday Onio Oakley spent Saturday night with his grandparents Mr amid Mrs G B Swnngo of your town passed through this place Tuesday Charley Lyons of Frenchburg waN visiting his brother N B Lyons of this place Saturday and Sunday Miss Mary Lovelace of Valeria purchased a fine spring hat from MM Sarah Wills Friday John Childers nnd wife of this place wcro visiting tho family of Mrs Wil linens of Valeria Sunday night H A Childcrs and silo were visiting their daughter Mm Henry Murphy of Valeria Sunday and Sunday night Miss Ora Cecil was in town a few days ago railing on her ninny friends Como again Orn we are always glad to havo you with us Tho largest snow fell here the 20th that has Leon known to fall in April for several years Tho fruit has nilI been killed by tho freeze Mrs Sarah Wills has opened up n fine lino of millinery goods tints etc in time phi store house of U A Childera Cull on her for bargains John Curtin of this place was taken suddenly ill on Thursday aunt it wan thought ho could not live hut a short while n doctor was immediately mini moved and gave him relief lIe is doing very well at this writing April 23 MiM iui SELLARS SUNSHINE Burn to tho wifo of John M Chancy on the 18th inst n girl Mary E Born Oil tho 1Jth ins to the wife of George Uyrd agirl Kathcrine L Matt J Long was in West Liberty lust week looking after some legal matters Mrs Laura Nicknll of Hazel Green has been visiting ut her fathom M W Jones last week Buford Nickell him moved to his farm on tho headwaters of time Byrd branch where he will tend a crop this season The information was received hero last week that Mrs Rico Day of Caney had died of dropsy the 17th inst How true this report is wo are unable to learn Should it provo true many friends and relatives in this locality will be grieved to know it Dr W Long the well known cancer specialist of Jeflersonville Ky linK been at the home of Isom Long for several lays past treating Mrs Nancy J Havens or n tumorous cancer Mrs Havens has been suffering for several months with this cancer but under Dr Longs reatment she is now past all danger nit will soon be as wenItS usual April 23 JOYCE M B Taylor is now in Hazel Green waking fine Photographs If you want fine Photos come at once rd KENTUCKYKERNEL8 Lucy Lifer aged 109 died Thursday neon log at Hicks Store Horlnn county of a stroke of piralysli George Jones n drug dork who had JUlt returned from Morehead where there arc several cases of smallpox has been ordered to leave Owingavlllc Robert WInkler of Wllllamsto vn tho son of Druggist II C Winkler was take 111 after eating raisins and died in great agony in n short time Dr James Madam who about n moot ago returned to Lexington from the lhilii pines on Thursday received orders from the department at Washington to return at one to the Islands Gov llecklmni has appointed Attornr Robert Hiddell of Irvine special judge to try the cases of Tye VH Tye nnd Solomon Hamnions vs Elijah Hammons in time Knox circuit court At Lawrenceburg Leroy Strutton was set tenced to the penitentiary for life for the murder of Newton Scarcy Holly Strutton a brother was sentenced to Iu hanged for the same crime at n former trial At diifvillc Miss Mallnda Hums aged 1 t years and Solomon linker aged 13 years were married in the county clerks ofllcc The parents of the young people were prep emit and gave their consent to the match Gov Ueckham offered a reward of MO each for the arrest ot Solomon Potter J M Potter Dow Johnson J II Mullins Rrlll Noah Reynolds who are charged in Letchei county with the murder of William Wright of the shcrlfls party At Ilopklnsvllle Roy Courtney lately discharged from an iniane asylum boom ids aged mother with a clothcslino am pitched her Into an open fireplace She wai frightfully burned before aid reached her Courtney was sent buck to the asylum Thomas Potect a merchant of Penni CliaiiLl Warren county has hind u most va sled mutrimonial experience and according to his own statement lynx seven wives living and IIs not guilty ol bigamy He lived in the west for several years and four of hie former wives are out there Two live in Kdmonson county this state and one is now living with him Ito wits divorced from hip fur HUT six wives on diflercnt grounds He does pent know how many children bo has but tho number is between 18 nnd 22 Mr 1oleet Is 51 yeans old Ills Report It was not until along in Limo 50 of tho lust century that tho post ollico department had reached such n Htato of Hcioncy as to doniand quarterly roporlH front tho post miiBtorfl of small oIlicoH Homo of thong wore remarkably odd but tho funnicflt ono of all Como from Watorford Fulton county thiH state says tho Mt Carmol 111 Register It is a model of com pro hensiveness if not of gramatical precision It is on filo at tho post oflico department and reads as fol lows Waterford fulton c ills July tho U 1850 muster jimos huchanin president of tho United States Dear Stir Roan required by tho instructions of tho pofltodico to report quarter ly I now foolfill that ploasin du ty by roportin as follows Tho Harvestin has heon goin on purty well an most of tho Tabors have got their cuttin done wheat is hardly an average crop on rollin land corn ie yellowish an wont cut moron tint or fifteen boonshil to tho akor Limo health of the commu nities is only tolerably mooslpB an colory havo broke out in about 2 nibs from hear thair are a pow orful awaken on tho subject of ro ligun in Limo potts nnborhood an many souls aro boin maid to know thar sins forgiven miss nancy Smith a nicer nabor had twins day before yistorday and one of thorn- S a por scraggy thing an wont livo half its days this is about all iino in have to report tho present quar ter give my respect to Mrs Bu jhanin an subscribe myself yours 1rooly Abigail jerkins p in at fulton Co ills Last winter I was confined to fly linrl with ft very lbud cold on tho lungs Nothing gave mo relief Finally my wifo bought a bottlo of Ono Minute Cough Cure that of fftod n speedy cure I cannot peak too highly of that oxcollout ronJdyMr T K Houseman ilanutawnoy Pa H F PIERATT 1 0 Job Couldnt Have Stood It If bed hind Itching Piles Thoyro terribly annoying but Buoklona Arnica Salvo will euro tho worst ease of piles on earth It hate cured thousands For Injuries Pains or Bodily Eruptions its tho bosiaalvo in tho world Price 25 cents a byJI S S Combs Son Campion Books You Want Famous Comto Recitations Famous Dramatic Recitations The Minstrel Show Chtirvoynnco1opulnr Model Hook of Dialogues Art Ventriloquism Parlor Magic sM Famous Dialect Recitations Mondern Kntcrtalnments v lUoneyMme CourtehlpI v In Ills Steps Comedies and FarcesmThe Complete Fortune Teller Humorous Dialogues Humorous Recitations Lessons In Shorthand Volutes Detective Stories Lena Rivers- TcmpcKtand Sunshine hPracticalI Fancy Work Manual IteautyIwerybodys Rules of All Game tii East L1 one Jauo Lyre Retribution y Meadow Rrook OrplmnnsIontf Any book too Any four booksSCo With order for dollars ILfUUlIllIl1I i WMORLEYPubJames JA mA wr wr W W= wr wr W WV4 RENEW AT ONCEtr t So The time of several i hundred of subscribers expired with our issue ofMnrch 8th and since and we should like to have them all renew at i1 once We intend to enlarge rUg HJHALD FIJI within the next 30 lays 11 sill the prioe will then 1 bo 1 a year in advance Jv renewing now you will save 30 cents and enable us the sooner to relayilllroppcifrom RENEW AT ONCE 44-w DAY HOUSE HAZtiL QUEEN KY N B GRAHAM Pft01Jm TOn This IIOUBO has recently been refurnished nrlll renovated timid under the preseltt loan IeputatlondeJlnrtmentfhe a fibrils anil tho patronage of the public u rCIIPcctfllllflollcltcII Suinplu rooms for I Livery stable In connection where horsesmmil vehicles will have tho best attention FFEED Je HEIJIT- ZHanufaoaringJowelor 135 E M un Sro t near poitof- flcoLexington Ky A Postal Card will brlag yrtia any dfsired Information e 69 r Y b w- Lr r rT r T r- n j Y I THE Ii- PKMOElOOOPEI IER Ltiller HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 25 1001 +AnnOUnctEmEnT + For Keprei ntntlvo 0lit Dlitrlct CECILWo nro authorized to nn JAMES B CECIL of Morgan county at a candidate for Ileprc neatatlve to the Legislature for Morgan and Wolfo counties subject to the action of tho Democratic party anllLUJLVLUQof Morgan county as a candidate for Rep resentative to the Legislature from Morgan and Wolfe counties subject to action of the Democratic part- yAPaoros of the early completion Of tho Ohio and Kentucky railway which will run within fivo miles of our town thoro is a disposition upon tho part of some of our on prising citizens to build connect ing lino between Hnzol Green and Sam Henry Wilsons which is tho nearest point Judge S wan go thinks a joint stockcompany might bo organized to put in an electric plant hero with which our streets could bo lighted and a road opor atod to that point Tho road would bo standard gunge so thnt cars loaded with freight could be snitched onto tho electric lino and pullod to this point to unload Toro will bo several gentlemen connected with tho coal company who would prefer living away from tho noise and turmoil of a mining town and to such mon Hazel Greet would be a haven of rest With tho educational advantages offered in our academy these mon could ho induced to make this place tthwr permanent resi dence nod if wo could organize a company and put in an electric plant they would almost surely avail of tho opportunity to locate hero Our st rents could bo lighted tho stores would use electric lights and tho now residents should wo bo so fortunate ns to secure thorn would use elortricity In brief there are many things that would ouablo U8 to support such an en terprise and onco it was inaugu rated it would ho but a mutt tor of a year or two until Hazel Groon would double its population and bo the ideal town of Kentucky Ifour homo pooplo will show a disposition to aid such an outorpiso thoro is no doubt but wo can got outside nil to insure an electric plant Tho road way from horo to Wilsons is ono that would requiro very littlo grading Indeed tthere is not a hill along tho lino that would bo an obstnclo and tho right of way east bo easily secured Wo hope nur people will seriously consider this matter and wo invito all who may ho interested to air thoir views through our col umus Agitate is tho word and if wo will agitate tho matter sufli ciontly arrangements can soon bo mndo to inaugurate the oloctric plant Think of tho vast benefits to accrue and tho dividends thatI would como to tho stockholders and lot us hoar your views UNDER tho heading ofI Com mont 11tho Lexington Morning Herald has for somo tinge post hoot running a column editod by h 0YVau Pelt and that department has become BO interesting that Herald readers sigh with sorrow when it fails to appear It is ono of the most interesting features in that intorestiuKpaper R You cannot enjoy perfect health n rosy choofca and sparkling eyes if your liver w sluggish and your x bowels ologed Dowitts Littlo rllRisor8Dlftu sothoYholo BYe rawtllVrplpoIfF PJlnA t V ti 1 I i Tins paper last week published a picture of R A Childera ono of the aspirants to tho legislature from this district together with his card to the dour people and this office later printed n thousand bills with the same picturo and card Mr Childers is a firm be hover in the efficacy of printers ink and through it is wading into the aflfectfons of the pooplo with rapid strides Other candidates should look to their laurels and emulate Mr Childers example unless they expect to bo loft at the post TIE scandals at Manila have taken the same lino that those at Havana did At first the man who exposed them was punished by expulsion and his charges wore denounced as false then the frauds wore admitted but wore said to bo small now the administration pats itself on the back and declares that its zeal in running thorn down is unequaled in history TUB republican loaders are rallying to the protection of the trusts threatened from within by Bab cocks antitariff bill Thus the republicans are throwing away their only chance for continued supremacy and uredolivering thorn solves into the hands of the demo crats 1 No tariff on trustmade articles will bo the slogan in tho noxt campaign TIIK decision of the Supreme Court in tho Stroitwolf case will break up tho divorco market in the Dakotas Oklahoma and else whore but it will bo sail news for thousands of people who thought themselves divorced and who have married again on the strength of it TOM JOHNSON is making n big splash in Cleveland at present It remains to bo soon whether he willcontinuo to splash or will go to tho bottom of the tureen and re main quiet there- Coataflssmostn IloDKMiuiia says that ho boliovos in tho spirit of civil service roform Perhaps but it iid with its practice that ho will have to deal and ho is on ro cord against that McKiNiKY would bo glad to care for all the lame ducks but unfortunately thoro are not enough good jobs to go around unless ho creates a fow now commissions PATHIOTIO turns are all tho rage in vaudovillo nowdays Tho latest is In Washingtons Time which is one of tho brightest little plays on record OK course tho fact that tho Cuban delegates draw 10 per diem as long as they remain in session has nothing to do with tho mat tor ACTUALLY it scorns that tho vicepresidency has cast a blight over Toddy Ho hasnt figured in the paper for nearly a month now COLORADO is certainly up to date in its womens sutYrago methods Ono of tho fair sox out thoro was recently arrested for repealing Ho Kept his Leg Twelve years ago J11 Sullivan of Hartford Conn scratched his log with a rusty wire Inflamma Lion and blood poisoning sot in For two years ho sell rod intonso 1ly Then tho best doctor urged amputation but ho writes I used ono bottle of Klectrto Hitters lain 1 boxes of Bucklons Arnica Salvo and my log was sound nod woll OH over For Eruption Ec zoma Tottor Salt Khoum Sores anditil blood disorders Electric Bittors has no rival on earth Try thorn J Taylor Day Hazel Grom CnnPlJndrug tion pr refund money Only JOo Iv L REGAIN YOUR HEALTH WITH 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reproduction of Pop few =FROM WOMEN IKCUMAIt MO Vltw Ore hits cured me of Rheumatism of 20 years standing Stomach Trouble Palpi tation of the Heart Constipation and Indi gestion It also cured my husband of Diabetes loud Rheumatism Nits A A BIIADSHAW CKIUHH ALA- I have been using Vit 0re in nay family ever since December 1894 and am pleased with it as a household remedy I can re DvspepriaSoreit is good for everything for which I have used it lips W II Iu ns- syIrivc Iliitulroil Done for Only St it VITORE is 100 a Package Mailed to any address on receipt of price It makes 1 Quart of Elixer Dosel teaspoonful KyExclusive FIRE FIRE GRE TEST SALE ON RECORD Our Great Fire Sale Still Continues THOUSANDS MADE HAPPY Mens Suits at 250 3 4 Mens Overcoats 2 3 and 4 40 Beautiful Raglan Overcoats at 850 Regular Prices 1516 and 18 Mens Corduroy Pants at 150 Worth 250 Good Kentucky Jeans Pants at 40c a pair Worth 125 which is half of the original priee Boys Pants at 10c a pair Over 300 pair on hand Boys Suits at 49c 69c and 75c Great Bargains Boys Overcoats at 50c 12 and 3 Some of them cost us 10 Such values never offered at these prices before Mackintoshes at 25c on the dollar All Colors and Grades 150 doz Fancy Percals Shirts at 23c each 40 doz Colored Shirts at 48c Worth 150 Crum Rushmore Star and Monarch Brands Best in the world Bargains in Every Department 1VI IXEr T E1V LOUIS Be CUS STRAUSLEXINGTONS LEADING CLOTHIERS ia = RICHARD SHRYOCK has charge of our Tailoring Department and he is Lexingtons Only Cutter t i N