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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 25 March 1892

m w m h w hi WITH WOODEN KEYS A Cliy CHtUy Murderer Curves Out llio Menu to Freedom Manchester is the county scat of Clay county and In tho jail on the charge of in u rdcr was Tip Day He ki I led a man two months ago and after a long clinso was captured and put in jail Ho had many friends in the county and was him self a bold man willing to undertako any enterprise to effect his escape The jailer kept a close watch over him to prevent such a tliintr and it was ouly by shrewd work that tlio prisoner was successful Ho knew that if hecouldoncc get out side there would be friends to help him and ho at once laid his plans After sev eral days work a heavy block of wood was cut from a bench in his cell and hi ding a knife which was sent in with his dinner ho carved a rough key This was to open his cell door When the jailer was talking to him one day he noticed the size and shape of the key which opened the frontdoor and made another like it When the jailer awoke last Tuesday moruing ho fou...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 1 April 1892

I xlAZEL vjtIvEEIS SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor RIGIITIE YEAH CTCTSC3V2vCVOTfi5i We Mourn Hie Loss of Profits GKEAT FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR SALE CLOTHING We are going to iwke tome improvements in our store room after January 1st The contract is signed and sealed with the contractors consequently we are compelled to sell our -stock or pack it awav We pre fer selling it at a sacrifice mm Bfil i mm tough and seamless J - J - i i and made in three pieces only it is absolutely safeaxn unbreakable Like Aladdins Of Old it is indeed a wnnr1rfnl limn far ic mo VelOUS light IS nurer ind hrifrhtor thnn rric yru Every suit of Clothes every Overcoat every Pair of Pants marked in plain figures We will just split them in half This means f0 cents on the dollar The cheapest sale of fine ready made Clothing in Kentucky Our business is not conducted by fakes and guessing schemes The man thats selling watch chains on the street corner for 1 throwing in a watch just to show his generosity needs wat...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 1 April 1892

Hazel Green Herald 8FXN0ZR OOOPXR FaMUktr HAZEL GBEEN t I KY i n - STUDENTS ABROAD Amcrlcnn Youth Tlml SccltH tho Culturo of tho Old World A rccontstatementfrom Merlin shown to whnt an IncreaHlnff extent In these daB young Americans especially grad uates of our colleges after llntsliliitf their homo education go abroad to study AtJlorlin university alone it Is stated thero arc two hundred and eight Amer ican students pursuing the regular uni versity courses Uesidcs these there aro many other young Americans in Ucrlin engaged in special studies for which Germanys high state of advance ment in science and tho arts affoids particular facilities Some arc busy investigating Or Kochs supposed cure for consumption some arc studying music under eminent German masters some are learning the German language some arc being taught painting drawing and sculpture Our larger colloges such as Har vard Yale Princeton Cornell and Johns Hopkins aro most numerously represented and there aro more med ica...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 1 April 1892

WAITING FOR YOU Hoavon la MuoU Closor Than Somo Pooplo Think The DlMnnco Vrom Earth I Onlr n Flash A Clmlr Uonldo Your JoyocI One U Vacant jiihJ WjiUIiir Sormon by Itov T IJoWitt Titlmitgo I I Dr Tnlninjjo preached Sunday at Oskaloosa la His text was taken from Luke xv 7 Likewise joy shall bo in Heaven over ono sinner that re pentcth more than over ninety and nine just persons who need no repeut ance A lost sheep Nothing can bo moro thoroughly lost I look- through the window of a shepherds house at night The candles aro lighted Tho shepherd has just placed his staff against tho mantel lie has taken ofE his coat shaken out of it tho dust and hung it up 1 see by the candle light that there are neighbors who have come in Tho shepherd fagged out with the long tramp sits down on a bench and the wife and children and tho neighbors say to him Come now tell us how you found tho poor thing Well ho says this morning I went out to the yard to look at the flock No sooner had I looked over the f...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 1 April 1892

i Hazel Geeen Heiuld 1 SPENOER COOPER - - - Editor Assembly Vfv bflPwlL r Bm HAZEL GREEN KY Friday April 1 1892 For Congress IOth District Wo nrc authorized tonnuounco MARClS C LISM2 of Winchester Ky an a Demo cratio cnudidntc for CongresH from the 10th Kentucky District subject to the action of the Democratic jmrly tf Wo are authorized to announce JO M KKNDALL of Floyd county as n Demo emtio enndhinto for Congress from the 10th Kentucky District subject to the action of tlio Democratic party tf Current News and Comment Tin counties of Brcnthitt and John son will both go into the Convention at Campton next Monday with two sets of delegates and at this writing it is impos siblo to toll what tlio result of the pri mary in Montgomery yesterday was Doth Mr Kendall and Mr Lisle will have u strong following in tlio Convention and it is now thought it will be a hot fight for choice between them Let us hopo however that tlio choice of the Convention may be mado without trou ble and that no ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 1 April 1892

ffi t mumipCT p mits iok Kroriu Auvkutimnu IVYAIIIi JfAKTKIIIY ON HKMANI Address SIU NCKU COOIMlt llucl lireen Ky Hobby sou of Ired Day and wife has lever The Mt Sterling Journal says Robert Trimbcll is quite ick Lou the wife of our colored fellow citizen Henry Linden is quite sick Robert McLin of Roo Hill Va was the guest of the Day House this week Dr Taulhee reports P X Day still very low with rheumatism Also horn to the wife of Andrew Hlankenhip a beautiful cirl Panola Foutella To the wife of Noah Collins a boy William Zachariah Taylor South Collins Tho disciple of Faust now employed on Tin Hniuiii returns many thanks to Mrs Surah A Cooper the genial whole souled wife of the proprietor for the Mimptuous repast given in honor of his birth day on Monday evening last The sidewalk leading from tho Chris tian Church to Main street is so badly deformed that pedestrians from the north end of town having shopping to do are not cctnin as to whether they will land at the post oilice or in ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 1 April 1892

v i Hazel Green Herald inMCatJt GOCMPMt PiMUrtr KAZXL GXKlir t t KT EVENTIDE At eventide at eventide Tho dny drops anchor In tho west The far horizon crimson dyod Ucurs not a cloud upon Its breast With silvery chlmo or tlnltllntr bolls The cows come slowly wending home Kncc dcop they wndo through grassy dells Their dripping dowlaps flecked with foam At cvcntldo at cvcntldo 1 Tho young moon shows his sllvor horn Tho noiseless bat enmes forth to Rlldo Above tho fields of rustling corn Tho owl bestirs bim from bis sloep And lilts abroad with muffled wing While from tho vale whero shadows croep The whlppoorwllls 80ft numbers ring At cvcntldo nt eventide Tho glittering fireflies ono by one Swing tiny lanterns far and wldo To tell tho beauteous day is dona The daisy shuts her starry eye The tuneful woodblrd socks bis nest While evening croons hor lullaby And rocks tho woary world to rost Helen Whitney Clark In Good Housekeeping vi stopy oFtepf life lteWVP jftelTFflRL CHAPTER XXIV CONTINUD...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 1 April 1892

f HOME HINT5 AND HELPS Hot Lemonade For breaking up a cukl there is nothing better than hot Icmomulo taken upon retiring This is made by putting the juico of two lem ons in a pint of hot water lloll one minute Sweeten to taste nncl drink ns hot ns possible Ladies Homo Jour nal Deviled Crabs Two cans crabs one cup cream two good tablespoon uls Wor cestershire saucepeppor and saltalittlo nutmeg jolksof three hard boiled eggs nnd half a cup cracker crumbs rolled fine Bake In shells cover with crack ur crumbs and dot with butter Har pers liazur llroiled oysters are not troublc Bohio if u clear firo can bo secured Drain them from tho liquor slip a half dozen on a silver skewer and turn round nnd round over the coals until a light brown Dip each shower full into hot melted butter lay on a very hot dish and serve with lemon and parsley garnish Old Homestead Stewed Veal Cut a slice of tho cutlet In small pieces season it with pepper salt and If you prefer it a lit tle grated lemon peel nnd ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 1 April 1892

J fWeWf timtmtt y In the nelftkbor Koi jn wltWi t4w BevMrvNew rlk4 il1i rrrf tin and am vorv inditt Mrit ov the eoWr4Jy Actio of a band f howJInwwho hva fursomo Urno in frMed but neighborhood Ifcv MrJ New UwMjth quiet und law abiding i mm incurred the disfavor of this rn ami hilt HMlr tllHV WrOtO Mil anH yiniiui letttr to Dr New telling him if Jiodld not loek out the would takohlm out and whip him To make tho threat more imnrcinivo they pinned the letter to 8G witched which they left on tho ministers doorsUp Dr New lias consulted with United States District Commissioner Porch of Somerset and prosecution under the Ku klux statutes wilt be pushed as soon us the miscreants can bo apprehended The Now family aroery much pained over tho rowdyfsh act They have tho sym pathy of all the good pcoplo in tho neigh borhood CoMuutnilon Vurml Ax OLD physician retired from prac tice having had placed in his bauds by nn East India missionary tho formula of a simple vegotablo remedy for tho speedy an...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 8 April 1892

SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor rcmiiTH YUAH M44444M to444464HH MOST 15 OCiXTlTT mimmSk inT m tin A nj zMjmjim m HKBT IX QVALITT WORMS WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS Has ted all Worm Remedies EVERY BOTTIE GUARANTEFD SOLD EVERYWHERE frtpirfdl IUIIUHUSOVTjIYMIII MKII CO bTI0119 Mr v m W9wa imxvx 11 tablersdii c buckeyeOLC OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Known for 15 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES 1rtpifd lf IlltlUIIOHOWTAtlXniMKU CO 8TMCI8 Seeing is Believing JrMe 5v6tf4 And a good lamp must be simple when it is not simple it is not good Simple JBeautlfuL GVW - 9 - - - w w words mean much but to see 4Thc Rochester will impress the truth mnri AH niotol tough and seamless and made in three pieces only it is absolutely safe and unbreakable Like Aladdins oi oiu it is inacea n wonderful lamp for its mar velous light is purer and briehter than piq lVht softer than electric light and more cheerful than either 12 w Short Street Lexington Ky Kmriilin Ml In - r...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 8 April 1892

M 1 Hazel Green Herald PJENOJCR COOPER FwWUfeir HAZEL GREEN KY LOOK TO THE KITCHEN Keep Thin Portion of tlio House In Perfect Onlcr Thoro is nothing moro demoralizing tlian n disordered hitchen It is impos sible to dq work to tiny advantage with the room upset and In confusion Eve ry mistross and maid Bhonld be specially trained in tho art for it is an art of al ways having tho kitchen in perfect or der It is nu exccllont plan to go nbont tho room tho last thing at night and see if everything is ready for tho morn ing No ashes scraps or rubbish of any Bort should bo left either in tho kitchen stove or sink The floor should bo swept tho room dusted and tho furnlturo arranged in the most con venient fashion Articles used in tho ldtchon should have ono place and should always bo kept there This is a much moro important point than tho young housekeeper mitrht at first imagine It is woll to insist on this under all circumstances A sud den illness possibly in tho night may necessitate hot...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 8 April 1892

m J GO AFTER RELIGION For Thoro Is No Othor Way of G owing ir Dont Mlrawhnr Ilke Watt For thlnfe to Turn lip Tlioro Is n orcnt Surprint Coining to Every Chrl Ottn Sermon by Rov T De i Witt Ttilinrtfce U I Dr Tulmngos text on Sunday was I Kings x 75 Behold tho half was not told inc Solomon hud resolved that Jerusulom should bo tho center of all sacred regal and commercial magnificence Ho set himself to work and monopolized tho surrounding desert as a highway for his caravans Ho built tho city of Palmyra around ono of tho principal wells of tho east so that all tho long trains of merchandise from tho cast were obliged to stop there pay toll and leave part of their wealth in tho hands of Solomons merchants He manned tho Fortress Thupsacus at tho chief ford of tho Euphrates and put under guard every thing that passed there The thrco groat products of Palestine wine pressed from tho richest clusters and celebrated the world over oil which in that hot country is tho outlro substitute for ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 8 April 1892

W Hazel Gjreen Herald SPENDER COOPER - - - Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Fhiday April 8 1892 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congresa Tenth District JOSEPH M KENDALL of Floyd This week wo hoist nt tho head of these columns tho name of Hon Joseph 31 Kendall of Floyd county as the Demo cratic candidate for Congress from tho Tenth District Mr Kendall is thor oughly equipped for tho duties of tho position and not only the Democratic party but the people of the district with out regard to politics may rest assured that their interests aro in safe hands with Joe Kendall as our Congressman Hav ing been a long timoom ployed in various positions at Washington both with his lamented father and the lato lamented Preston Taulbce ho is thoroughly versed in the work in the departments and goes thero ready to begin work as soon as he is sworn in We have written tho above without stopping to think that he may havo opposition in his race but in the event ho does thero is no dangei of his defeat if every Democrat will...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 8 April 1892

Hazel Geeen Herald nut will illlll It Tlii I1IWT MKDIUM tllMllith which to secure Mountain Trade ADVKIITISINC HATKS Til ANSI KXT Advertisements Inserted for lcs tlinn month will lie 7 cents an inch for the I rut insertion and 25 cents an inch tor each miI sequent Insertion JiHh TUAN8IKNT AllVKItTlSlNO MUST in paid in advanci S rASIUNti AOVrKTISKMKNTS 1 inch 12 mouths 7 50 J inches 12 50 t incltOH 15 00 I Incites 5 inches t inches Liberal rates en l 7i 22 00 21 00 on lamer advertisements A made known on application Local notices to he interspersed among reading matter 10 cents a Hue with a dis count of 25 per cent where they run a month or more Obituaries tributes of icspcct etc 3c a line Count six words to the line and send money with tlte manuscript We will write fthituurics and publish at 5 cents a line Marriage and death notices not exceeding ten lines solicited and published Iltm XlfHlMS IOIl liKOlIAU AllVIUTININO JAVAltlK QUAItTKItlY ON DKMANO Address SIKNlFlt COOPKK Hael Green...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 8 April 1892

v TLmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammammmmmtmmmfttm I Hazel ffreen Herald UrjOHM OOP KAZILGBU i I t KY till ii n l II wxwtrfiwx M marmot w Stotfvfttwlif ftRfoHTFKr Cj9VMI eAWllrNC CHAPTER XXVL CotmNOKD Ulatchford was conducted without do lay to Scraggs ofllco whero everything was explained to him Ho listened quietly to tho wholo story but aa Scraggs revealed to him tho sufferings of John Greens family and tho villainy of Hurry Poarson tho old minis faco jrrow ashy and Ids gray head dropped low on his breast while over and anon b heartrending groan escaped him It ws a mlnuto or two after Scraggs fin ished his hurried account boforo tho old linn moved or Bpokc but at last ho nlsed his head and cried My CJodl my God how I havo Binned My child dying of want and tho viper I havo warmed to my breast betraying ray childs child to ruin This Is more than I can stand men I can not bear It another Instant Show rao this scoundrel and Ill put a bullet through his black villainous heart Come I must see him It...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 8 April 1892

IT HOME HINTS AND HEUPG Vonolsc Pudding Tnko five ounce of brond crumbs four ounces of sugtir tlireo ounces of rnlatns two ounce of citron ouo tonspoonful of vanilla ono lmif pint of mlllc tho yolkn of four ctfgs ono ounce of brown nugnr Add tlie mlllc to this pour over tho yollcs and tlio vnnillii last and steam one hour nnd twenty minutes Dotrolt Freo Props Halted Pudding ltotl n quart of mlllc and pour It upon tho grated pulp of a coeoanut to which tho milk of tho nut has been added Then add five beaten egg a cupful of sugar and half tho amount of buttor with nuch flavor ing nB may be preferred It Is baked In a deep enrthon dish either with or without an under crust Old Homo stead Jarples for Soro Throats An ex cellent garglo Is mado of ono tnblo spoonful of cuyenno popper half a cup of boiling vinegar and threo teaspoon fuls of salU Mix well together and when settled strain Garglo the throat every half hour Anyone subject to sore throat of any kind will find a cer tain cure and ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 8 April 1892

WUHtel nnplkntlonK as thoy cannot rch UpHt of the tlltease Untatrli i h Mood or emmtitutiuriiil disease and in orttor to chw H voii have to take internal reNedkfl Illilr Catarrh Cure la taken internally mid acta directly on tlio blood and mucotu surfaces Ilalla Catarrh Cure U no quack medicine It was pre scribed by one 0 tho best physicians in this country for yearn and i n regular prescription It ih composed ff tho best tonics known combined with tho best blood puriflorfl acting directly on tho mucous surfaces Thu perfect combina tion of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Sold by druggists 70 cents A Sovwre Storm In MiiroMIu A destructive cyclone paswd over Ma goJHn county on tlu 2Jth ult It was a quarter of a milo wide and destroyed nearly 10000 worth of property Over ono hundred houses wero blown to piece leaving many families homeless Tho farm of Andrew Howard near the tittle vill...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 15 April 1892

t v SPCNOKR COOPER Owner and Editor EIGHTH YEAH - IV fllffVITTVVVVVVf rTTTr ii A iii i i i i i i 4 1 1 i i i i A i i 1 1 i A i i i A 1 v 1 1 1 1 i i A u 4 8 t t It HI JQHN M ROSE fffcMsMfmt OF 11 1 o IN HeWeeeefr IjtIvEEIS Wvvwv G oW v OG BH HmttHIUMMIMIII ll MMMI The Greatest Effort QUAL THE ED i l A i i History Lexington Louis Gus Straus 1 DisplaYoSprigClothinc MS fi tn Every Department Overflowing to ha utmost capacity This ia not n catch penny sale of nny kind but good honest values and qualities at fair prices During the eoming week wo will display full lined of Mens and Boys Clothing -representing the lead ing and best manufacturers in the United States and Europe We will forfeit our reputation of thirty years standing in Lexington Wo have nev er failed to keep our promises heretofore That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 5 x nut wu win sun you uio oust auun s ouil uupiu That wo will sell you the best Men s Suit at 15 I That we will sell you the best Mens Suit at 20 That...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 15 April 1892

Ul m Hazel Green Herald sntMout ooorxn raMkfctr KAZ1L OXBWr KY CONVENIENT AND PRETTY Article Tluit Aro Incul Ornamental unit Kim I Made A pretly sachet for loiifr gloves is murie of two pieces of cardboard meas uring sixteen Inches in length and slc lnohcs In breadth covered on tho out side with olive green brocade cut in onu piece and lined with palo pink quilted silk Edge it all around with a quilling of olivo green ribbon and finiBh with bows of olive nnd pink To raske a very handsome handkor chief sachet cut a piece of terra cottn plush fourteen inches vfide and ten inches longerabroidcr a spray of daisies on it in the natural colors line it with very pale blue satin and make tho two pockots of quilted satin sprinkling the wadding with delicate sachet powder Finish tho edges with palebluo silk cord Fold the Rachet over pass a ribbon through the folded part and tie in a bow on tho outside putting in an in visible stitch or tvo to keep it in place Fasten two little silk balle of d...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 15 April 1892

A CONSISTENT RECORD rh Democratic rarty U Steadily Op posed Protective Taxe The proposition thai the democratio party shall abandon rcvenuo roform and take to the woods is ono of those propostorous suggestions that como only from men who uro ignorant of political history or devoid of political principle Mr Crisp and Mr Springer could not If they would and would not if they could abandon revonuc reform or roverso the position of the party From tho tlmo of Jefferson to Clove land the party has been consistent in Its opposition to protective taxes Tho declaration of independence was tho formulation of a demand for free trade Tho first democratic platform adopted by the part called lcpubllcan to dis tinguish it from tho federalist came from a congressional caucus at Phila delphia in 1800 the year when Jeffer son was first elected president Its second resolution is as follows Free commerce with all nations political connection with none and lit tle or no diplomatic establishment In 1S01 ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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