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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 7 June 1894

if I ff i fltL a i w p ftrti IBfffyT iJ tr 1 I If the following lottors lind been written by your best known mid most esteemed neighbors they could bo no moro worthy of your confidence than thoy now are coming as thoy do from well known intelligent and trustworthy citizens who in their sevend neighborhoods enioy tho fullest coulldcnco nnd ro9Decc of nil who know thorn Tho subject of tho nbovo portrait is a well known and much respected ludy Mrs John G Foster residing ut No 3U Chapin Street Cannndaigun N Y Sho writes to Dr R V Pierco Chief Consulting Physician to tho Invalids Hotel and Surgicnl Institute ut Buffalo N Y as follows I was troubled with eczema or salt rheuni soven years I doctored with a number of our homo physicians and lwihed no bensfit whnlavcj I also took treatment from physicians in Rochester Now York Philadelphia Jersey City Blngliumton and received no benefit from them In fact I have paid out hundreds of do Inn to tho doctors without benefit My brother came to vis...

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. — 7 June 1894

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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. — 14 June 1894

j itjJUfftWlHI STlg r 7 i SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor TENTH YEAR Biff Drives in i s mm ip i iliAtu Ufa iiiipi XHMur ill Hi an or n Tl y World With Ncwn From All Nntlonr TuinVrhifC nt HI Hack sun laughs out with face of dazzling gold almost every day in the year con stant but mild and bracing breezes fan our faces bronze there are no freezing winters to chill the blood the seasons come and go in our soft round of spring One would judge from the hundreds of invalid tourists here that the injunction Honor thy father and thy mother etc has been changed to come to tho Florida east coast that thy days may be long etc I would not have you be lieve that our seasons if they may be called seasons arc always on schedule time and suited to demands quite the contrary sometimes Droughts are some times followed by repeated drenching rains crops of extraordinary value aro followed by direst failures and wo are thus led to wonder whether Florida is a bountiful kind parent or a merciless Florida ...

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. — 14 June 1894

-a ftp ty Vt L 1 r l Pto Vw wrought o Mf M iiniiwjijmwWm iawniaawwnjjiBiJLaiiWTJi5 assBuSptiz tPXXOEX COOPER Editor OLDEST IN AMERICA Cnntiiiel fnun lngc I wen and beyond nil ns fur a the eye CMn sec 11 110 illimitable hou Three of us one having been there bo fore spout Boyeral Iioum in trying to find the channel that leads to this lioncc We several times found miraolvea in pocketH or in narrowed clianneln that were ovcntually lost in mangrovo roots that would tax the navigating ability of a frog Wo were at liiHt rewarded and I am now prepared to believe the story that this hoiiHo wan for years the rendez vous of a baud of marauders and pirates who would sally forth through Mosquito inlet upon the high seas and couth to the thousands of ishiuds so dangerous to navigation where they found rich booty After one act of great brutality in which a vessel was wrecked near the inlet and the crow butchered they left tho rock house but left a victim suspend ed in tho doorway Here the skeleton...

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. — 14 June 1894

1 H e ISSfewU r i I ssr uJC wii i ninmiiini A GLORIOUS TIME Groat Enthusiasm Evoked by the Declamatory Coutnst Stanford Wlim First lMnce With Our Own Curry Second The pride nnd hope of our country are our public schools The gravest charge that has been laid at the door of the blue grass region for yearn has been tho want of appreciation of this fact How ever true this may have Wen in the pas it is true no longer and the skeptical would have been convinced had he been here Friday The city was ablaze with enthusiasm and the criniMin and jold of our public schools was to be every where Everybody from the gray bailed lawyer to the infant in tin nurVs arm 1 fil pIiii1i a from the heavy transfer wagons to the baby lumpy wore them The horse and even the dogs were decorated Nearly eveiy win dow on Main street was dicorated many of the d signs being extremely aitistic and the man who failed to decorate had the attention of the pner by called to his want of patriotism by being conspic uous in...

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. — 14 June 1894

Si b iv i Fjrawmw i MM HBBWHWH SFHTCIR C00PE1 Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday June 14 1894 No section of Kentucky is today more earnestly interested in educational mat tors than the mountains of Eastern Kentucky The prominence attained by two young men of our own town Godsky and Swanoo as orators of ex traordinary ability and eloquence has together with our improved school facil ities demonstrated to our people the importance of education as they never before viewed it and now that they are aroused they are enthusiastic Every good father and good mother is now try ing to devise ways and means by which they can educate their children and as a consequence many of them attended the exercises at the academy here last week Further proof of this interest is manifested in the daily inquiries which wo hear about an exclusive school for young ladies a boy college a business trilling school etc etc which shows that they are seeking the best Our own Hazel Green Academy and oilier schools supply...

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. — 14 June 1894

P 3T1 1 Wf Hi IK M c VSS ZESEULi8 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress 1lrtVvewVorCl tn nee JOSEPH M KhNDALI ot Floyd touutv Kentucky as a candidate for Congress Irom the Tenth CoiigrcBslonul District subject to the nctlon of the Democratic party For Sheriff XruthorzcJ t0 announce 9AM HLNKY WILSON ns n candidate lor shcritl of Wolfe eouiitv subject otilv to the will of the people at the polls in November 189 J Do sure nnd rend the nd of II F Co if you wnnt to save money Undo Ilemua has sent us n Biblical ABC poem nnd it will appear in next Issuo Uncle Joe Clark who has been at Jnck on for Botne time is now nt home with his family J Taylor Day who has been in Win chester for nbout n month past returned homo Tuesday evening This pnper is nil home print nnd you -will find interesting local and generul news on every page of it Read it Those who have heard the academy yell should hear W W Itingos little 3 year old boy give it He is a show by himself The Elocutionary and Glee Club will give an ente...

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. — 14 June 1894

b1 i iW let ft I r r i mm m TTW SMWCBX OOOPXR HARD- TIMES Eiittr Whs In Knponlble for Them crm llnimclty Appnrontly The Democratic party Is not ble for thcsn hard times Not until after the 4th of March 1803 did it have tho power to pass a law Both houses of congress must unite- in tho pansago or repeal of a law and tho Republican party had the majority the Senate for thirty years prior to that time The hard times en mo upon us a few months after that and before any new law had been passed or old ono repealed and before tho present administration had any op portunity to put its politics into effect Wo must then look to bad laws and ad ministrations prior to that time for the causes which brought our present vnrn and it is not dillicult to find them For thhty years tho Republican party has maintained a system of tariff taxation which took from tho consumers of im ported goods about six times n much as actually went in tho treasury to pay the expenses of tho government It voted filivny...

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. — 14 June 1894

mi W W t r 1 I 1 CHAPTER L CpPYRIQHT ia02BYiB1PPINCoTJ CPMRANX NLY spirits nd vcnturotis to audacity made settlements on the western bank of t h o Oconee river prior to erson who in one way and another acquired landed and other property and by tlie time when the town of Alii ledpreville was laid oil and made the -capital of the state was what in that period people called a rich man When he became old he was induced by his elder son Wiley who had done re markably well in business and married quite beyond expectations to leave the hi plantation on the river bottom to the management of an overseer and build or occupy a house not very far from his own on Clarke street His wife accustomed to be dragged whithersoever and made to do what ever he would oilcred no useless re sistance and what time she lasted managed as well as could have been expected It troubled her a jrood deal to see how proud the father became of Wiley and his wife compared with his liume for Cnllen the younger and his -...

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. — 14 June 1894

T l Iri It BBBBBBWMswPWS ww nt m n i i f t i ijjIL TTffiiijKiViiHliiJ i U1 jSSSjSWitTTiKSAMlDIKSjlIiBMISSBffiCMiB ft 5 yr It WOWK COUNTY NKW8 IiO City I ocrIh Our town can now boast of a first class barbershop J F James and wife of Lacy creek are visiting Mrs James1 father Allison Row Patrick Elnm of Morgan county lino opened up a picture gallery and will continue the business indefinitely James F Gose of Grassy creek pass ed through our town on Saturday last on his way homo from Jnckson wlcro ho had Wn on business Judge 0 B Allen killed an unusually largo copperhead snnke in his cornfield last Friday I failed to got tho sizo of hissnakcship but it is said to havo been a huge monster Leo City liko Hnzcl Green hns com menced to repair her streets alloys bridges c Marshal McPhcrson has already begun the work with n vigor that -warrants a continuauco until everything is ppnpletcd OImha 1 ln MnilinH linn n st In n h1 3IUCU VIIU Will in ntHHiui nun nuii in iiuu winter summer has broken u...

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. — 21 June 1894

ft h iiV VV a 1 A v - 1 niH TTT riTKlttLUBjaii ffimliM V 1 flf k PEIITI1G V5wllilKAIS roUuii mi with tvnu K fflf HERALD OFFICE UAZEL OKEi SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor rp TENTH YEAR rrp iiliHH For 1000 The Weekly Courier Journal has an nounced another of its popular guessing contests taking the temperature at Lou isville during the month of August as the basis One thousand dollars in cash will he given free as presents to the new or old renewing subscribers who miess the hottest day at Louisville during August and give the closest guess to the highest temperature the weather bureau thermometer will reach on that day The subscription price of the Weekly Courier Journal is 1 a vear Each guess must be accompanied by one yearly subscrip tion No newspaper published in the United States has been so liberal to its subscribers or has offered such liberal prizes to secure new subscribers as the Courier Journal During the past 18 months it has given away in presents absolutely free 17 100 i...

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. — 21 June 1894

i j v it a E in u nt f tiuitfjin mtdtoki ooorsR wittr 1 i H M THE LOCAL PRESS Keftd nt tho Vrvn AommIhIIoii by Henry T Blmitnn However well mans toll inny tell In uirettig lifes ilemiimls However great ho Ills entitle In tenements and hinds However free his dnyn mny ho From common debts duress Ho never know how iiiuuli ho owes Ono thing Tho Lucid IMcss For proper food to serve his brood For garments guy to deck for nil die ills of household hills Ho promptly gives his check He pays accounts in tdl itmoitntH For diet and for dress But Hover knows Just what ho oivm Tlmt thing The Local Press It may ho true his Hfctlmo through Ho pays subscription price And pays perchance in long advance To do the printer nice To ndvertisu and pay for size In columns more or lees lies prompt and fair but is not square With it The Local lrcss Now this may seem a sort of dream A mere poetic thought To those who pay from day to day Just what they think they ought Dut let us sue if this can he From any dre...

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. — 21 June 1894

X m 3 ap JV 11 IB EvSr J r v i - K h i 1 1 JET -V p ki i L - ir o a3cgMarsusBKifcoT3tcinigTWgmB OHAlf PAUQUA 94 Fonturos of tho Eighth Annual Ses sion From July 3 to 13 A ltrlllluul hiiiI Attriutlvo Imnimine With Something to Iiitnioat Ono iitiil AllA Seml OIIIelul AtlllOIIIK1IUIllt The eighth atiiiiiul soion of tho ICoti tucky Chautauqua will he held in its beautiful homo in Woodland Park Lex ington Ky Inly 3 to 13 The niobt brilliant and attractive programme ever offered to the patrons of this assembly will be presented this year It has been prepared with great care by the success ful and well known Chautauqua worker Dr W L Pavidson who for the third year in succession is the superintendent of instruction at the Kentucky Chautau qua Eleven days will be crowded full of the best thing genius can devise or money procure Kecreation and profit have been happily combined at minimum cost There will be brilliant lectures helpful schools superb music and a wealth of novel entertainment Spe...

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. — 21 June 1894

If 1 f I 1 I Si I j 5f w A CJW WMi WBBBiBIWHB WBHfPBS fWL SPXXOBR COOPER J Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday Juno 21 1894 Every day or bo wo hoar pooplo Mound town complaining of tho hard timos and woaro lod to wondor if thoy road tho nows of tho day or if roadors if thoy understand that which thoy road To Hay tho louBt of it thoy do not think for suroly tho mountain pooplo of Eastern Kontucky havo causo above all others to bo thankful No army of idlo trumps has invadod our soil no strikes havo been inaugu rated to produco strifo and a short supply of fuel no famino or pos tilonco has attacked our families and no cuso of absolute want has appoarod among us On tho othor hand wo aro wonderfully healthy wo got throo moals a day and all tho work wo euro to do And moro tho prospoot for a good blaokborry crop is tho best over known If for all thoso blossings wo aro not thankful whon othors aro sulloring for food aiul fuol to cook it thon indood aro wo ingratos and there fore not dosorving of...

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. — 21 June 1894

tt 1 J it- fc i7 aWr 1 - I I V V - - ii WlBTTMmiani i i - -1--- I r nfc in i i rm WB sm maiax ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress MkVvnVVior1 tn aMico JOSEPH l KhNIULL ol Moyil couiitv Kentucky iuui candidate rorlWcBS from the S ConarMslomil I strict subject to the actio or the Democratic party For Shoriff ifKvvwitLVvIua l0 SAM ny0N ns a cntullchito for hfrill m i or Wolfo county subject onlv to tin will or The Day House is for sale For par ticulars see au next week Kelly DeBusk started to Mt Sterling Saturday night with about -100 spring chickens Miwcs Rachel Nickell and Corn Combs of Ezel are visiting Mra F McGuircol ttltft place A Porter Lacy of Lee City is here this week holnimr tn muni tlm utrt i o vrv bau oivrifc ill J Taylor Days store MifHLNlio Evans of this place is visit ing the family of her grandfather Gran ville Evans of Campton John M Koso and Chap Swango were at the Mt Sterling market this week with n bunch of nice cattle Henry F Pieratt and Willie Swango left Friday for Mt St...

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. — 21 June 1894

KAy V mmfW ffr r jfWyr i mX H2IlJELXUO Bl lWiwK5Hl gjin yrtj fwj bb bbbb bbbbi l SPIXOM COOPER Editor A POETICAL LIST OF THE ALPHABET The Koftdor Will rind Sorlptura Bnttnlilo for Knelt Letter Written for tho Hazrt Gukkk Hkiiald A la for Adnm who was tho first man Ho broke Goda command and thna sin began B Is tho Book which to guide us was given 1 hough wrote upon earth the words came from Heaven C Is for Christ who for sinners was slnin From him oh how freely salvation wo gain P Is tho Dove which waa sent forth by Jtfonh who back to the ark an olive Jeaf bore J3 Ta for Elijah who by tho brookside daily wfflj fopd tho wild ravens Frjs fay jcliy who 6qnt Paul away nnd designod to repent on eomo future day - i Goliah Sco how ho lays prone slain lv J1 youth with a sling and It etQUP H ft for Hannah How happy was bho luC son littlo Samuel so holy to see J Isforlsiuic Like Jesus he lies stretch ed upon the wood as a meek nacri ilco tfls for ifoseph who trusting GocIh l word was raised fr...

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. — 21 June 1894

ffl v hi l iW - V 1 - TCTwwwwllf1wlyawwalwKi Ifj 5 1 J ibSsSS5 CHAPTER IIL In time Cullen had to admit that Hannahs policy seemed to have been wise and trudent When her baby was born the messenger who bore the news took with him the word that it -was a boy and named Pearce Amerson The grandmothers hope to be spared to see the sight was fulfilled and when she hnd seen she blessed it and shortly afterwards set out alone on her last journey Cullen iMy dear your father has promised me to do right by you Ive no doubt hell keep his word Indeed thenceforth the change which hitherto had been slow and gradual quickened apace The old man grew more and more fond of Cul len and Hannah often had the latter and her child at his home for several days at a time and sometimes stayed as long at Cullens As for the babj it wus plain to see that for the loss of his late companion he felt compen sated over and over by the coming of Tcnree Amerson Junior Kven Wiley although he made no demonstration such b...

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. — 21 June 1894

I m c F ft iv If V l M AT 1 fW W Il WH4 fer THJt IlKKAIl The Aomlemy OtitlHg Twm oh the morning of the 13th wo left tho town of lifted Green There everything is brightness kindness nnd nothing that is mean There were three rigs full of people and decked with our colors drove out of town One rig was so very rickctty Professor wns feArful it would break down We drovo along very slowly nothing hap pened of any note Only lllohmond would jnmp out every two miles to see if something hadnt broke At last we came to Greer Springs nnd stop ped to cat our dinners there We all enjoyed tho shade so well and es pecially the fare Yes oh cs wo nil enjoyed it for it was Dinner on the Ground Bichmond didnt know on which sido his bread was buttered till it fell with tho butter bidu down After dinner was over we contrived to sing a 8ong For the benefit of tho people who kindly helped us along Then we rolled out on the hill nnd down tho Little Ciuiuy AVc wero in quite a hurry for it looked n little rain...

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. — 28 June 1894

rtwty 1 v Mt mm tb3KrF o W n THE FIFTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF THK ISfrroii M lEVMRfp - - i iiuusuiu una jlvuuiu you over saw it you can t come write to us and tell us what you want Mens Suits from 5 up Boys Suits from 125 up cYoii will make more than your expanses though if you come in person and make your selections ONE PHIOE CLOTHING HOUSE M KAUFMAN CO 54 E Main Street LEXINGTON KY wMw WILL BE HELD September 4 5 6 and 7 1894 It will this year be conducted strictly as a mountain institu tion and our mountain people are thus assured that their interests will be protected And paid in Cash without dis count of any kind JSTow mountain people prepare your stock and produce and be on hand to compete for these handsome prizes xJFor further particulars address tho Secretary Pre miums will be announced in a short time H F PIERATT Pros 11 A KASH Sccy FOR MINUTES An thing that enn li IKTTKK HUAIS 4ltttoii lip ultli tii EN VKLOPIM Inlc mill imper call at THE HERALD OFFICE HAZEL GltEKN ICY wwriww...

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. — 28 June 1894

V Pil snufoix copPKi Jul WOLFE COUNTY AkXljAJn dk j 4 i Editor When It Whu 1oriHotl It Arn Iopuln IIbh roMofflcne Wrnltli Kto Wolfe county wan formed in 18G0 out of phrts of Morgan Breathitt Owsley and Powell counties being the one him and tenth in tlicorderof formation It whs lmincd inhonorof Hon Nathaniel Wolfe Rdintinguiflhod lawyer and states man of the city of Louisville who after representing Jefleraon county with great Ability both in tho senate and lower kouac wns defeated for congress in 15G3 as Collins tersely ami significantly pays by federal bayonets He died in 1805 aged fifty four years Wolfe county is situatod in tho central eastern part of the state on tho waters of lied river a continent of tho Kentucky which runs from east to west through tho conn ty while tho north fork of tho Kentucky river forms its southern boundary It is bounded on the north and east by Mor gan on tho southeast by Breathitt on the south by Lee and on tho west by Powell county The area of Wolfe ...

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