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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 10 May 1894

P f LtJk m Jr c H j ti w TALMAGES SJURMON rrr The Noted Divine Preaches on Easter in Greenwood Can Not the Almighty God Return Volec of One Departed Mys tery of Resurrection the Tho Easter services in the Tabernacle Sunday wero attended by immense au diences Hcautlful floral decorations almost hid the pulpit from view and the great organ gavo forth its most rap turous strains in honor of the day In the forenoon Rev Dr Talmago deliv ered an eloquent sermon on Eastor in Greenwood the toxt being taken from Genesis xxill 17 18 And tho Hold of Hebron which wab in Maehpolah which was before Matnre tho field and tho cave which was therein and all the trees that woro in the field that wero in all the borders round about were made sure unto Abraham Hero is tho first cemetorv ever laid out Maehpolah was its name It was an aborescent beauty where tho wound of death was bandaged with foliage Abraham a rich man not be ing able to bribo tho King of Terrors proposes here as far as possible to eovc...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 10 May 1894

m f i A w I - f It svf I ZZJ l I f v - VJfc rMz ffttVCsV ft I fcjry p t Ir - k 5i - F R I Kir rs - ft i r tn jf 4 1 V 39QE355 V i Jr k At V tft J V A M titDHfaliip JW HtHnrnl J VtyVerrf It jtwt returned froK it trip to MorgMti coHMty In Kut m Kentucky Accompmiylii the juelc on the trlji were iwverHl jiienibvrH of tlw PlilUddphU hiiU IJoton ttywliciuo tlmt hJ ttiukrUken the develdpnieot of the tml eoAl Helda of Morgriii county The syndicate which Iihk pUruhHscd the land finil which intends to open up the Yftt resources of the county to theworlJ h tasked ivltli r capital of 3 000000 Htnple evidence tlmt the project will not lack for money Judge Perry is tin Attorney for the syndicate and In speak ing of the outlook ed to h Leader dihii tliatthq railroad to be built from More head to Pinliook a small town Hbotit ten miles beyond West Liberty had been purveyed and fopntod and thnt ground will bo broken about Juno 1 Tiio road will bo standard guago and will bo called the Mnrehcadi West L...

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. — 17 May 1894

4 I 1- fjjff K - ij lr 1 Mfc I fcl -0 vs Am r i A n -Vv w MM fflVl 2Tj loVi 7iT Vv ACTPtt VjLI I I fSl rJ I g i Wloiesler Bank WINCHESTER KY H 11 WITIIEllSPOON President JiuNTER Cashier Taid up Capital 20000000 Surplus 6000000 This Hank solicits the accounts of nier nhntitH farmers traders and business men i rally throughout Eastern Kentucky and oilers its customers every Vi the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking VICTOR BOGftGRT lanulactoiii s Jeweler 17 E Short Street LEXINGTON KY t Diamond Watohe and Jewelry ReUable Goods Fair Dealing and Bottom Prioea A Goods and Work Guaranteed r i - i f 3BgllplBM When you como to Lexington drop in and sco us and wo will show you tho biggest stock of j JfWSond for our Prico List r Hats and Furnishings for Men and Boys W Wholesale and Retail you ever saw It you can t come write to us and toll us what you want Mens Suits from 5 up Boys Suits from 125 up s You will make more than your expenses though if you come in person an...

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. — 17 May 1894

II V 4 h J r Mm Srw4 l A ISV Ti Hazel Green Herald nmatR ooofxk rMiaar JLULQXIKX I i i rr sss CURIOUS SOFA PILLOWS Cnt for CftUctliK Tlirm Tlinao tlmi llHvn h Moaning Onu Would think Mint iomlniuo llclcle itiww womht Vanish sofa pillows from the popular place they occupy but they arc as much In voguo as over Whether one lives in largo houso or 4lny apartment there are pillows One or two aro not onoitgh no seven any way for one cqnch mid extras In n -tiny up town lionao belonging to an actress aro forty Bcvon pillows anil materials in a drawer for tlio three to complete the half hundred Sho has -window scats and couches and chairs for them Thoy are all sizes mid shapes and kinds from bro cade to ginglmiin Jlrooklyn too has the fad and neighbors vlo with one another as to how many ban be put in the bowr window It seems not only necessary to have your pillows pretty but thoy 11141 Kavo a meaning as woll Sou venir pillows aro as popular as spoons The oMier day a young matron showed her ...

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. — 17 May 1894

l vlV tfW 1 Kv IE u in T WRtp Hazel Green Herald rimcPKR ooorxii hMUw XAZKL QKIIM I Cra for ColltotliiK Thorn Him IIhvh h Meaning Ono tfoulcl lilnlctltnt feminine flclclc news woltt banish aofu pillows from the popular place they occupy but they arc as much In voguo as ever Whether one Uvea In largo houso or tiny apartment there are pillown One or two aro not chough no mjyoii any way for one conch and extras In a -tiny up town houso belonging to an actress aro forty seven pillows and materials In a drawer for tlio three to complete the half hundred She Iiiih window Boats and couches and chairs for them They aro all sizes aiid shapes and hinds from bro cade to gingham Jlroolclyn too has the fad and neighbors vie with ono another aH to how many ban bo put In the boyr window It t scorns not only necessary to have your pillows pretty but they uyist Have a meaning as well Sou venir pillows are as popular as spoons The other day a young matron showed hor pillows which woro an Inviting lit...

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. — 17 May 1894

N ftw I 1 f r v wTiWM Tf jiTf vSt1T2 4r ilS AGRICULTURAL HINTS PROGRESSIVE TXANS What rrttvla County Una Done to Improve It lublln Rends About two years ajjo wo furnished Travis county Tox with a complete outfit for stino road making crusher eniflno and roller They had previous ly been using our roadgrndlnfr ma chines and we present herewith an il lustration showing the kind of roads that county is now building An ur tiolo by John C Edgar of Duval Travis county Tex inny no doubt be of in terest to our renders as t shows how it was possible for Travis county to se cure a better condition of public high ways Mr Edgar in commenting upon the road situation in Travis county says While it Is true that our road and fums will not permit of any ex tensive system of road malting it is pos sible to do a gnat deal more than to at tempted Many have been deterred from doing anything by not knowing any thing about road malting and through fear of bankrupting the county That feeling seems to have p...

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. — 17 May 1894

LM 1 w H up N If C V Pv r nt4mGwtin fit Mr - MMKhlOVK KOADIN Til A VIS COUNTY TKX Hulli on soft Mnck prairie nol by fiirmors un- tier rfticution of a county engineer and laying the foundation of a grand hystem of county roads 1 may state that this county is about two thirds black prairie and the btihiucc mountain land The black land furnishes a good dry weather road but a bad and often impassable one in wet weather The mountain roads are lough but never closed to travel and do not give the travelers much trouble Komi improve f ment is therefore eon lined to our black mud lanes For some years the county has owned a number of scrapers mule teams plows etc which were used for road purposes but the controlling pow er deemed content to do small repairs and had no plan of road making Now we have a good grading ma chine drawn by twelve mules which excavates tho soil on the sides and dumps it in the middle of the road leaving good ditches n Wo have also got a stone crushing machine driven b...

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. — 17 May 1894

K t N t h h I T R ii r P s v4 r tf 1 N sV If i x c F f - l v in ooain is OV i WV r - - -v LTr t j M RfXMCER COOPER f 1 uT l39K3B THfTMHff iffiiTii TI PAGE YOULL FIND IT HERE lion John II AVllsoii of llarbourviile formerly congressman from this district will bo n Republican caudidatu forgovcrnor ytFlndlay0 Inul Kwlng a precocious yottth of fifteen committed suicide because Mb ardent IoVo Vfi8 spunfod by young girl Ocorgo Ross who murdered Kail lCnlil assistant postmaster at Cottonwood Fulls Knn was tnken by a mob and hanged from u bridge There is n mini in Ohio who bus madu 50000 with bis pony ami baa never written alino for publication except advertisements He sella thoroughbred hogs Lucius P Wilson was eleetrocuted at the Auburn N Y penitentiary last Sunday morning at ball past one oclock for the murder of Detective James Harvey last July Congressman William L Wilson linn ie turned to Washington from his trip to Texas and Now Mexico Ho is much recuperated in health and resumed his ...

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. — 17 May 1894

wfc2as3neisn vaa WWff5lff5S Wl m WlPAUfSH B 8PEN0ER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Tiiuhsday May 301894 MO ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Ilrlnrixl to innounee lOSKIII M KhNllAM of Floyd county Kentuckv as a candidate for Ionj ress from the Tenth toiiLresM onul District uiililwt t ii of the Democratic party V xr V1IV f 1 1 1 1 1 M I iiiriiiiitliirlaMl to announce MAUCTS U IilSLh of Clark county as n ouutlliltitu for Congress from the Tenth OonjrisHiomil District KiihJLVt to the iictlou of the Demo cratic part v For Sheriff itiVlV thorizc to aniiouiicc SAM V WISOX hh a candidate for sherill nt Wolfe countv Hiihject onlv to the will of the people at the polls in November lSiH For Justico of tho Peace lire authorized to nmwmiin IAMIN II SICMASTIAX of Davshoro as a candi date for Justice of the fVaec for the Hazel Hruuii mid Lee City Ministerial district subject to the action of the Democratic par ty Primary election May JO 18i J We arc authorized to announce It M OK i ll ot Millwater as a ca...

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. — 17 May 1894

rw 1 tt - T ryu V T i - i n mfttf4 iJliilLllI Mil I I ii i ii i mm i Ctmvlet Likes Me Mora Thnn Hioed Warden Ceepw V iV Frankfort JCy lfc 8 MJWlter Who UhUs iiHiwiRyv ffi9l4tprfgy iMt wti Blade iHlUflW tfc mh Mk I would llke fave It tlift feW WMki I am licrc fM4oore I am in jtigj penitentiary BrTorvlwo years- My time will be up1 friMiviitfito Myljaf ydu will tie so kintLari to aerid me tho WiTJWf f Wl drop n and seo you on thij dkyrny lime in out and pay you jtorwh6 Mr filoord I am olork in tho office of tho Jfientuclty chair company and am outside all tho tlmo lut Sunday niicl I atway ljAtfc to scq Sunday come I go to heart the sinters talk Bometimeg hut I noVcr go to hear Brother Cbopcr I will be in Lexington on tho lt and may be I an giro you a little piece for your paper Hoping I will receive- a puper this wcok J ani respectfully -I lOlIARLKY J BllOWX Brother tho Blade will come to you rcgtilarlyWrit6 me tho piece Come and see mo as soon as you get out 1 havo been in two jails a...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 17 May 1894

IV- Vt A lITy p F 22 Jf rjiirMjif 11- - ty yyyywiiilp f SlSlSlltliS The mooting nt tho Christian church with Elder Tinder in tho pulpit in still in progress JphuuII Pierntt is now in Covington where he is n petit jurer in tho federal court in session nt thiit place Miss Roso Trlmblo whoso illness has several times been mentioned in these columns is still dangerously sick Dr Stamper requests us to publish a call for an examination of non graduate physicians which wo will do next week Mrs Hello Qodsoy who has been suf fering from rheumatism for sometime is now using tho Klcctropoisc and improv ing rapidly The congressional muddlo in this dis trict promises to bo very interesting before the finish and a dark horso may win the pi Tho Vieat Lexington Presbytery re cently in session at Cynthiana appointed Rev E P Mickel of Jackson to assist Rev James Little in his work in this territory Rev E W Redinger of Anchorage will begin a meeting in the Presbyterian church at this place on tho Frid...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 17 May 1894

ni u A L V w m it IWU r T hA - V ft LaH vt fUj r rV KVr Ff i II 4 V4IW I d If t Jr a - ill1 1 b I I If I U f I L - V f Q t r i n IV sY 0 tV its V t s fcV r lv rtftTA v fcsa nar YTiirtii tKNCH iXKiPKR PuWUVer AAii ORE EH i t I KV PHILOPENA Wv m two phtlepetias oace oe little Use ago 0e ef them was a Olvo or TaUo Ani eae a Yes or No Although sho tried to catch mo oft And either point to gain She always failed and I Ukewlao My efforts made In vain At length 1 murmured Ilo my wifo In passioned tones and Ions t thought ahe more than Ukod mo but She promptly answered No I Htunjr to the quick by this reply And my true state to screen I looked at her Indifferently And muttered Phllopcno She bit her lip sho seemed so Bad That strange to say I thon Thinking I saw another chance Offered myself again Hbo brightened up and smiling said I really havo been moan 111 change my mind and tako you and That othtr phllopono Puok UV A CONAN DOYLi FAIIT XI CIIAPTKU VII CONTINUMU That ifl tmo said I 1 havo ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 17 May 1894

C M fcV wu i r B ItroBRth round in tho Truo ilotlRlon Wlint tio IitrnolltoA Did Dra Ib tho Kf ypt Land While In blavcry The toxt chosen by Dr Talmage last Sunday Was Psalms lxviii 13 Though ye have Iain among tho pots yet shall yo be as tho wings of a dovo covered with silver arid her feathers with yel low gold I suppose you know what the Israel ites did down in Egyptian slavery Thoymndu bricks Amid tho utensils of tho brick kiln thcro were also uten sils of cookery tho kottles tho pots tho pans with which they propared their daily food and when these poor slaves tired of tho days work lay down to rest they laj down among the implements of cookery and the imple ments of hard work When they arose in the morning tcy found their garments covered with the clny and tho smoke and the dust and besmirched and begrimed with the utensils of cookery Hut after awhile the Lord broke up that slavery and he took these poor slaves into a land where they had better garb bright and clean and beautifu...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 17 May 1894

K 5 - i kr r l lit I ltn Uf V fcj n m my K y X it Si V teVfti P u p At r - v V Vlt wWy V IIZ 1 OOt XMKYX Mw X4hi TU k ftmart Attraay ef Twt ttvfrrnl day nlxmt a down lioboa wrt mimjmnI m th river near Lawrence burg Iml Becoming a nuleAnco by b9tHC ffOM Itouse to house tho pollco 1H wtok routed them One of tho gang wm recognised m an ex convict who emt yaani ago wm arrested on tho charge of robbery and tried in Dearborn ooMHty 0 B Liddle then an attorney of JUwrenceburg but now of Donvor Colorado defeuded tho fellow wlio had half a dozen aliases Tho prisoner prom ised to pay 60 for the lawyers services but receiving a two years Bcntcnco in ik penitentiary and being removed to Jeffersonville without paying anything the attorney nover oxpectcd to henr of his unfortunate client again or rcccivo a cent on his fee But when tho prisoner had paid tho penalty inflicted by tho court ho returned to Lawrenccburg and stolo a 200 horse from tho unpaid attor ney took it to Cincinnati sold it for 1...

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. — 24 May 1894

Ik I i rJSwf tt ii- V- IP eiay c V YT Mtabto Goods Fair Dealing and BottdmPrlow AllQoodB ana wu 0aranted iJkV r3 vwx i I1 VJ4 -ex SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor TENTH YEAR jft jiHtiaAijmw -- KV m MMMWM MMmMJvmCm J0 When you come to Lexington drop in and ace B 11 O A fc t 1A 1 I ab - 1 n 1 nJ SSX r r -V rtl 1 IfiftvU ak h iji ixrifrM 1 ffim b TlMfr 1 I WSETZWS JL W vv noicsaie ana ivctau you ever saw If you cant come write to us and tell us what you want Mens Suits from 5 up Boys1 Suits from 125 up You will make more than your expenses though if you come in person and make your selections ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE M KAUFMAN CO 54 E Main Stroot LEXINGTON KY MERCHANTS JOB LOT HOUSE W WHOLESALE ONLY 137 and 139 Race Street m Cincinnati Ohio Big Drives in OOKIIH SH01S for our Price List M CLAY CITY KY Capital 50000 FLOYD DAY President J F COX Cashier No Bank in Eastern Kentucky has better vaults nor better facilities for keeping your account Managed entirely by homo people who know you a...

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. — 24 May 1894

liff Br W - BM if1 fH f 1 4 f i It i iV f I k t i b 4 KING CORN tKC Cora to Jolly old fellow AimItbIm wllhAnrovldonthAtxtl waw MMealR autumn so mellow L4ea oa rrlWt rtefe i tores for thrifts HI ciruiosiB ak totlo f lUi dyhusty oldea Mts fcceptor u tiiutfioal wand VMb VRg has his thousands of cattle Nono hotter the world ovor kuovv And ho Kiattfftho coin Jlnglo tind ruttle it fid piles up 5 billion or two Whon t murlict ho poos At tno UfUt wlnltir duows With the herds that on his farm grow Ring Corn feeds all of the nations The richest and poorest and all Se sends them caoh year such rich ratlof Whon harvest oomos on In tho fall That ho makes them rojolco To rceclvo each tho choleo Of this kings richest gifts at their oalL When potatoes are short in tho island The Emorald Isle of the sea When tho drought brings distress to the rjre land And Russia sonds out a sad ploa Ills ships heavy laden Oer the billows do hasten With food for tho starving you soo Tou may talk of Kins Cottons domi...

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. — 24 May 1894

ii V I 3 at M PTy TJ AGRICULTURAL HINTS POTATO PLANTER Good Ono Constructed Tor a Bright Voting Ohio Varmor On my return homo from tho Ohln Rtato UnlversltV fwhoro Rfc all ntn lmil turnl ntticlttiits should I spent a ffrcat ileal of time in the mechanical labora tory I purchased a second hand sot of uuioksmith tools and went to work on rainy days repairing our farm tools Not feeling- justified in buying1 a potato planter for the planting of six or eight nores and being too luzy to carry a lond and drop as heretofore 1 resolved to construct a planter of my own tho cut being u representation of the re sult It is very simple and yet does its work completely It consists of u frumo supported on machine wheels which can be bought for price of old iron Wheels th a rim of cogs are preferred The shoe is made of quarter inch steel eight inches wide at heel und tapering oft narrower and is cut or bent something the shape of a corn planter shoe or hoe The roar should be spread apart tho two bei...

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. — 24 May 1894

ntT V VI 1 m r fy hi vv 1 r - -1 Ni r Ffi i FjJ r r t 1r - P v M 1 - - -- i 8WW0BR OOOFEK a riWs Editor aWw3iU0 aTvUbMEfl HiQ HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday May 24 1894 I AG YOULL FIND IT HERE Flro In riilladclphla Suiidny caused a loss of 250000 John Hansen was hanged at Astorin Ore geon Friday for wife murder Sovcntccn year locusts aro thick in the vicinity of Uonno Torre Mo Whilo Henry Barton was on his way home from Hninlln W Va ho wns fired upon from ambush KxCongrcBsman Clark of Missouri is lying dangerously illhi a private sanitarium at Washington A train wrecked at Helprc Ohio by striking a cow resulted in the serious injury often persona Judge Bccknor of Winchester last week won his suit against Ashcr the Ford timber man for 12000 for legal fees II E Carter a leader of a branch of the Coxey army at Salt Lake Utah was fined 100 and five days imprisonment Tho National Blade a Democrntio paper published by and for colored people has made its appearance at Louisville Dennis Dunn of An...

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. — 24 May 1894

II j KM Ph r7 U ill 1 x s J ifci lliijimiiywMtpl lufcJfWmff IKaWAkH 1EXZ v4mh lix3Xw BHI foVtfl 1 n VBrrEK HAZEL GREEN KY Thuksday May 24 1894 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress Wc iro nuthorieed to announce JOSEPH 51 KENDALL of Floyd county Kentucky ns a candidate for Congress from tho Tenth Congressional District subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce MARCUS C LISLE of Clark county as a candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional District subject to the action of tho Demo cratie party For Sheriff We are authorized to announce SAM HENRY WILSON as n candidate for sheritl of Wolfe county subject only to the will of the people at the polls in November 1894 For Justioe of tho Peaoe We arc authorized to announce JAMES H SEHASTIAN of Daysboro ns a candi date for Justice of the Peace for the Hazel Green and Lee City Magisterial district subject to the action of the Democratic par ty Primary election May 26 1894 We arc authorized to announce It M CE CIL...

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. — 24 May 1894

J r k 7 k HfBKU7JHBRw4 JBaKVSHfrEi 4UM rr rM W t foldtlife fM Folk ttylttcfim is it- tlik tbd steady young men of sUld old West VirginiR olop6 with their best girls and marry them in spito of hor parents 0MKiUor but whenoyer thero is finIoiMHMtat the af aUgeirliyMiiipiii mio highly scnwitiowa a uabikc wuaner This waslimoiiitrated t ptliw day when fttjOaXley a yoUnf couple boarded the lMJpscngor train wmmwuihI from IHntb to Hutlngton in great haste ac companied by minister and paralysed tho conductor by Informing him lhat they intended to got married then and there Tho condutor who was It H Willinmi Bon protested and said that it would be against tho rules of tho 0 and 0 com pany but tho groom wouldnt havo it that way Ho was u big follow ami ho proposed to marry tho girl on tho train or pommel tho conductor Tho argu nicnt attracted tho attention of tho pns songers and they advised tho conductor to let tho performance go oil otherwise thoy would not protect him from any harm that migh...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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