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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 September 1894

w i i r V 1 -A Ha 1 W ZHH SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor VOL I MSBlJlimHXlllJHBHi IUUUmUHHIUHH THE FAIR PROGRAMME First Dny OIorniiiK Best Lamb 2 50 Best Hack any nge or breed 2 50 Uest Ewe nny nge or breed 2 50 Best Male Hog any nge 2 50 Best Female Hog any age 2 50 Best Puir Pigs pigged in 1891 2 50 Best Sleer Calf under 12 months old 5 00 Best Heifer Calf under 12 months old 5 00 Best Bull Calf under 12 months old 5 00 Best Bull nny age 6 to 1st 4 to 2nd l6 00 Uest Heifer from 1 yr to 2 yrs old 5 00 Best Cow nny nge 6 to 1st 4 to 2nd 10 00 Best Pair Cattle from 1 to 2 yrs old 5 CO Best Pair Cattle from 2 to 3 yrs old 5 00 Best Pair Cattle nny nge 6 to 1st 4 to 2nd 10 00 WAU entries for forenoon of ench dny must be made by 9 oclock a m and by 1 p m for afternoon exhibits This rule will be strictly adhered to Entrance fees ns follows towit On purse of 2 50 50 On purse of 5 00 100 On purse of 10 00 i50 On purse of 15 00 200 On purse of 20 00 250 On purse or 25 00 325 On purse of 30...

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. — 4 September 1894

LW u bv J J i SA f r Mfck W SnUfCER COOPER Editor mWiDBMis 1Ht1m Ruru DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress Short Term Hon W M BECKNER Of Clark County For Congress Long Term Hon JO M KENDALL Of Floyd County t County Ticket For County Judge 0 T- CENTER For County Attorney A 11 STAMPER For County Olerk J U 110LLON For Sheriff A T COMBS For Assessor JEFFM HOSE For Jailor JOHN R 1I0BIJS For Coroner JAMES PELFRY For Sheriff Wo nre nuthorizert to nimouiicc SAM 3IENUY WILSON as u candidate for slieritl of Wolfo county mibioot only to tlit will of the people at the polls in November 1SK1 Tub IlAKii Gkken Hhkald daily odition this morning inakos its bow to tho public It is tho first time perhaps in tho history of tho Stato that a country uowb papor and ospocially ono in tho anonntains and romoto from any railroad ovor liad tho temerity to mako siioh an ofiort and wo truly feol proud of tho distinction To koop in lino with progressions swift and onward march tho on torpriso of a few of our libornl m...

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. — 4 September 1894

11 r I A r m i A I V M yjwjjuimijjinujiwujmijLi tiTintMmi tm hiiiihi wwummiai VBS ESEQaS MULTUM IN PARVO By doing our duty wo loam to do it E B rusoy Bight conduct is connected with right views of truth Colton Every ovil to which we do not succumb is n benefactor Emerson Without economy none can bo rich and with it few will be poor Johnson By tho very constitution of our nature moral ovil is its own curse Chalmers Those who exaggerate in their state ments belittle themselves C Simmons lie that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else Frank lin Virtue and genuine graces in them selves apeak what no words can utter ohakspeare A vile encomium doubly ridicule there a nothing blackens like the ink of fools Pope vs DU FUlll mill UC tllll 1IUI UU of some service if only as a witness of his time Fauchet Talkers are no good doers be assured We should use our hands as well as tongues Shakspeare More firm and sure the hand of cour age strikes when it obeys the watchful eye o...

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. — 4 September 1894

w 1 m VwV mK QROVKR WRITES TO CATCHINGS Ami Tells Why Ho Did Not Sign the 11111 Executive Mansion 1 Washington Aug 27 1894 j My Dear Sir Since the conversation I had with you and Mr Olark of Ala linmn a few davs uco in rcirard to my action upon the tariff bill now f before me I havo given the Btibject further and most serious consideration Tho result la T n mnrn unfn tlinn ovnr in 111V d WW JV V - termination to let the bill become a law without my signature When the for mulation of legislation which it was hoped would embody Democratic ideas of tariff reform Wan lately entered upon oy UOtlgrcsS notniligwiisiurwicriruui my anticipation than a result which I could not promptly and enthusiastically in dorse Tt ih therefore with a feelinc of the utmost disappointment that I submit to a denial of this privilege 1 do not claim to oe better than tho niassca of my party nor do I wish to avoid any responsibility which on ac count of the passage of this law I ought to bear as member of the D...

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. — 5 September 1894

W Id t 4 f faamrmtwnn imiujt n pltjIlMHiiiiiif PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE Happenings on tho Streets at the Hotels in the Storos and at the Fair Grounds A DIGEST OF THE DAYS DOINGS Tho Willmore Hand is n jolly good sot All hail fellows and very well met Their uniform it looks so fine And niyl how those brass buttons shine Will Cox of Greasy is taking in the Fair Mcnofco Patrick of Salyersville is in i town John ToIbod of Campton was in town yesterday A J Nickell of Black Water was at the Fair yesterday Dr Jonathan Carroll of Lee City was lat the Fair yesterday Will Byrd deputy U S marshal was lat the Fair yesterday Volnoy Nickell of Ezel helped to swell tho crowd yesterday Ike Combs of Stillwater was in town yesterday and took in the Fair J C Swango of Maytown was a pop ular judge at the Fair yesterday Ex Sheriff Mason Cope of Jackson is booked for a good time this week Whats the matter with the Daily Herald Sho is all right you bet If you want the finest Beef Mutton or Pork buy from H F...

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. — 5 September 1894

ITZ1 u V ilJ ffHffRPHBftiWSgglBW WLWBIftC SPENDER COOPER itfiTiiiro fV7oWx EOltor Hii PBWTVv AMtHfl1 lKX9u iimMfl K30 KflEfli liVvTSv H9n DEMOCRATIC TICKET or Congress Shdrt Term Hon W M BECKNER Of blnrk Cduuty For Congress Ioug Term Hon JO M KENDALL Of Fjoytl County County Ticket For Coilnty Judge G T OENTKR For County Attorney A II STAMPEft For County Cldrk J B I10LL0N For Sheriff A T COMBS For Assessor JEFF M KOSB For Jailor JOHN K ItOBBS For Coroner i JAMES PELF It V For ShorilT Wo are authorized to announce SAM JIENRY WILSON as a candidate for sherifl of Wolfe county subject only to the will of tlHJrjicjtplcnt the polls in November lSSM No in u n knows tho propor plnco for a Proaidontinl voto hotter than Grovor Clovolnnd TJioro tiro prouishora who uro always puzzling thoir hnnda for Honiolhhig to proach about who pass a saloon ovory tuno thoy go to church An English symlicato has prac tically arranged to purehabo tholM appr and pulp mills in Wisconsin for 14000000 half of which...

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. — 5 September 1894

ES i r - r 1 J p i wuiajuui jmif SSS SEfcAB on GREAT MEN AND BOYS 1owqw tho sculptor uncut his youth n fnnn Jnmcs lonroo spent his boyhood in the country John Cnlvin wna nnnpprentico nt tho coopers trade Turner the pnlntcr spent his boyhood in u bnrbcr shop Paganini began his career as nchild laborer in a factory Edward Irving the preacher spent his Washingtons boyhood and youth were passed in the country Rousseaus boyhood was spent in tho homo of a watchmaker Rutherford R Hayes was a good scholar and r modest kindly boy George Fox was brought up in the humble homo of a weaver Schubert was educated for a school teacher but preferred music JCnut the great German metaphysician spent his youth in a saddlers1 shop lames Buchanan was a studious la borious boy not bright but diligent Molicre the French dramatist began life as an apprentice to an upholsterer Claude Lorraine tliulamlscapc paint when a boy was an apprentice ipastry cook ter Cardinal Mezzofanti the phenomenal linguist spent h...

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. — 5 September 1894

i KK k v ft I it K 4 V iT f Jrs ACADEMY NOTES Mr 0 E French of Stanton will have clutrge of Bomo classes in this Academy otitis year About two hundred volumes havo been -Added to tho Acndcmy Library which will now bo kept at tho Home Lloyd Jones of Hedges Clark Co came in Monday and is at the Academy Homo ready to begin his school work Mrs Buo M Ireland was called to Oklahoma Territory on August 124th to thd bed Bide of her daughter Mrs Sallio Neal who wns dangerously sick Mrs Kcnl taught in tho Academy two years ngo Tho Kentucky Hoard of C W B M bus recommended tho National Hoard of O W B M to add two recitation rooms to tho Academy The rooms will be quito an addition to the building and will afford ample room for all pupils The Board of our Academy will employ two additional teachers to assist in tho school this session They aro negotiating with Mibs L Etta Rannclls of Wilming ton Ohio to succeed Mr J H Swaugo and Miss M Alico Smith of Boone Iowa to succcd Miss Nettie Robertson AC...

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. — 6 September 1894

ft PU r t - Hazel Gr IPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor VOL I PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE Happenings on the Streets at the Hotels in the Stores and at the Fair Grounds DIGEST OF THE DAYS DOINGS The Fair Is h daisy she Is She is run on principles biz Bouie boys nre quite frisky But the police do cm briskly And thats just the way tho thing is Bro Hopkins preached at Jackson Inst night Ex Sheriff C C Hanks was at the Fair yesterday Wm Duy of Frozen is at tho Fair and taking it all in Jo Boon Nickel 1 of Black water was In town yesterday James Ingrain of Maytown was at thc Fair yesterday Dont fail to get a glass of milk shake at Taylor Johnsons Jeff Phipps of Morgan county was a popular judge yesterday Gjftyer Cleveland drinks milk shako and so does The Hkuald County attornoy elect A Howard Stam per was on tho grounds yesterday Ex sheriff Sam Dennis ot Ezel was in town yesterday taking in tho Fair If you waut the finest Beef Mutton or Pork buy from H F Pierntt Co Deputy Sheriff Sara Wheeler of ...

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. — 6 September 1894

I zr a UaMwM isooKuor i -V qpP5 t V As tho why tho county u his por coiil tends to tl ft Bocknor a tl WinchostJ TlD would lio iv lau anu a o Winchester Hoathon flitnntion w liominatpd l tourtns ot will got hal I will got a Rabin Mos a big slico bocauso I a - Coach Bill i Billy Brook od bill of t fow proaclu stripo and bollitoa boc sUvtod thoi help torun ornKit t will it VlfMii witjl ii roco glt and si linitMliPiWiaTi Oouiin Willie there Eli an 1 T R c Edlfor HI3Dff vCTkfl R7 MEBs lvv53Iw BiM 1nPk Vy DlMUTIC TICKET jil Wr IHk aIBtImmWr t If ill For Congress Short Tcrtu Hon W M BECKNER Of Clark County For Congress--Long Term Hon JO M KENDALL y Of Floyd County nai ii ii ii n County Ticket For County Judge G T CENTER For County Attorney A H STAMPER For County Clerk i t J Ii HOLLON For Sheriff A T COMBS For Assessor JEFF M HOSE For Jnilor JOHN R HOBBS For Coroner JAMlvS PKLFUY N For Shoriff Vv nn authorized to announce SAM IIKNRY WILSON nfc a candidate forslierlll of Worfti county subjec...

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. — 6 September 1894

KIHQ OF THE GULF V Tlio ItcMldont Htut 111 Homo Anionic the Motley Crowd of Itunhlro Hushtrc 5b thu capital of tho KnpHsh protectorate in thu IVndan tfulf Mure our resident lives who may bo styled IciiiK of tho ffulf ami before whom all tho i tily potentates nlonjf its shores be tJi on tho Arabian or Persian side ow down Ho has his steam yacht 4ml li tinn Inuiuh provided for him a Ilritiflh man-of-war is appointed to be always In readiness to do his bid- dlnj and the Uritish residency with its lhiffntnlt and extensive compounds Is by far tho most conspicuous build- injf In tho town says tho Fortnightly Review lushiro is a truly horrible place built at tho edge of a split of sand run ning out into tho gulf Its population is very mongrel -Arabs Persians Hin doos are all hopelessly mixed up there in It has an English bank What with its English residency Engllh bank English telegraph English steamcrJ agents and English men-of-war Hushire is as English as could well bo wished Lawn teunis...

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. — 6 September 1894

r 1 1 I s KUpiei a most eo 3 IK US Vh of tilt arriut historical i ltjii lt f 11 rv fcswrrs in fCowida XWijhiC ZTfaem There Than In Any Other Vnrt or tho World ar -are more tints to the nqunro tw Ic in Florida tlmu In uiy other emm topjisx U world Miyji a vi iter in tho IdternnTinTj News There are untnwhlch tll rpensnre mora than hnlfnninuhi m length and then there tiro ant so fxxmvtt tbnt they can scarcely be scon to Ktiore with the unaided eye There are iwfl artts tind black ants and trouble- jmta But as bad as they ure I resve wcrer heard of them eatlnjf out I 3e -Neat of a nuuia trousers aH u mis asJ Mftiry Uev Mr Wilson oneo told the wrflter ho tmwtho army ants do In India while tho man was silting on tho earth SSbr a few minutes beside him iiul tho Florida ants will take out hr Induce- and othor minute seeds JRrum the soil in which thoy are planted xad actually destroy tho bed They will suck tho life out of acres of young triicnmbcrs and melon plant uproot wlmwburry plants or c...

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. — 6 September 1894

r c W D if ririi ft1 hr r W J P t iF i i h m I 1 i Hazel Green iENTH YEAH p OUR FAIR A DECIDED SUCCESS THE LARGEST ATTENDANCE IN ITS HISTORY MORE HORSES MORE RACING MORE INTEREST MANIFESTED uvrnvTiiiscs 1WSSKI OFF QUIKTIY Relow will be found a partial list of visitors to the Fair each day ns taken from our daily and such other occur rences as presented themselves to the eagle eyes of our rcportorial corps The list of premiums as awarded by tho As sociation will be published next week From Tuemlnys Dnlly Jesse Staten of ill Sterling is up for the Fair Robert MeLin left yesterday for his homo in Winchester Miss Nancv I lord who is teaching in Lee county is at homo for a weeks visit Dock lliclfsror Harrison county ar rived yesterday and will take in the Fair M iss Rosa Trimble is not so well to day Jlermother Mrs W P Trimble is better lion Jo M Kendall addressed the Confederate Association at Frenchburg Friday W1I DoBusk who is teaching this year in Lee county is at homo for a weeks vi...

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. — 6 September 1894

res I fck w - vxi sbhrjuud STOCK 0PER L i Edlter GREAT MEN AND BOYS Keats it Is Biild was born in n livery atnhlo Power tho sculptor pcwt his youth on h farm James Monroo spent his boyhood in tho country John Calvin wnsnnupprcntlco nt tho coopcrVtrado m Turner tho painter spent his boyhood iu a Lwirbc r shop Pngnnini began his career ns child laborer in n factory Edward Irving tho preacher spent his you ih iu a tan yard Washingtons boyhood and youth wcro pushed in tho country JlouHaeaus boyhood was spent iu tho homo of a Watchmaker Rutherford D Hayes was a good scholar nnd r modest kindly boy Oeorgo Fox was brought up in tho humble homo of a weaver Schubert was educated for a school tenchcr but preferred music Kant tho great German metaphysician spout his youth iu a saddlers shop J u huh Buchanan was a studious la horious boy not bright but diligent Molicro tho French dramatist began life as an apprentice to an upholsterer ChuidoLirrnitie tho landscape painter when a boy was an appr...

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. — 6 September 1894

ry - ai v 8T W - naRnMmmmn GROViR WRITES TO CATCHINGS ntul constantly guarding against trench- Anil Tolls Why Ho IUH NotSlKii tliu 11111 fr i ii Exccutfvo Mansion Washington Aug 27 1891 To Hon T 0 Catching My Dear Sir Since tho conversation I had with you and Mr Clark of Ala bama a fow days utio in regard to my jiction upon tlio tnrilF bill now beforo jfue I have givon the atibjcct further and finost HerioiiH cotiaidcriuion Tlic result is I am more nafc than ever in my de termination to let the bill become a law without my signature When the for mulation of legislation which it was hoped would embody Democratic ideas of tariff reform was lately entered upon by Congress nothing was further from my anticipation than a result which I could not promptly and enthusiastically in dorse It is therefore with a feeling of the utmost disappointment that I submit to n denial of this privilege I do not claim to lie better than the masses ot my party nor do i wisn to avoid uny responsibility whic...

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. — 6 September 1894

- u -- n W rv r CT3B lEMSHiAEa1 anxoix omkx JSTJa w j EEm Eilter HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday Sept 6 1894 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress Short Term Hon W ML BECKNER Of Clark County For Congress Long Term Hon JO M KENDALL Of Floyd County i County Ticket For County Juilgo G T CENTER For County Attornov A H STAMPER For County Clerk J B HOLLON For Sheriff A T COMBS For Assossor JEFF M ROSE For Jailor JOHN R HOBBS For Coroner JAMES PELFRY CURRENT NEWS AND COMMENT No man knows tho proper plnco for a Prosidontinl voto hotter than Orovor Clovolancl tt Thoro nro proachors who aro always puzzling thoir heads for aomothing to proaeh about who pass a saloon every time thoy go to churoh An English syndicato has prac tically arranged to purchaso tho 84 papor and pulp mills in Wisconsin for 14000000 half of which is to bo paid in cash It is now said that tho frionds of Kolb in Alabama have abandoned thoir intontion of contesting tho governorship and will run him for CJongross in tho Sovonth district Th...

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. — 6 September 1894

A T aro IOIIY gMiTHIS PAPER is all home liflHr print and i yon waat all jlW the good things it contains Ton should read every article oh each ot tne eight pages Yon will Hid all the local nows that way j For Sheriff authorized to announce 8AM WILSON us a candidate fbr shcrifl of Wolfe county subject only to the will of the people at the polls in November 1804 i SPENCER COOPER Editor THK FAIR From Thurntlttys Dully Qur old friend P B Winn of Win cheater is hero attending the Fair and shaking hands with his friends of whom no man has more Phip divides his time between Winchester and Hazel Green and his love for our people is such that to hear him talk ono would imugiuo him identified with us rather than the Win chester bank in which he is the individ ual book keeper During the recent ora torical contest at his town in which Ha zel Green Academy had a representative in the person of Clay Lacy Phip wore the Academy colors hazel and green and yelled for our boy louder than anybody The Hr...

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. — 6 September 1894

M K ii5 m r WWOIR O00PIR l frv Editor ORIGIN OF COMMON THINGS 3Uterlcfil lielim Von Should Keep In Yottr Ilenit Jicl I58 originated in England in HS03 V IKWycrs were known in Babylon 2300 TJLC wcrS U8C1 o houses in Rome GOO i tf joDKKopiti0it nrat mentioned in Italy5 UUUb JUUU Cock filllttllfr wnu itiirnltinwl T fllHnd in 1101 TitC8ar9 Idcr than written history j Xing 1h tlio Wdcst Painting in both oil and water colors wn known in Egypt 1900 B O Shoes nro first mentioned in Egyptian annals 2000 years before Christ 1 - Stamps for marking goods wero in uho s Jitltomo beforo tho Christian era i Chcwj was of military origin and known ju India beforo tho Christian era a Ink is mentioned in f Bcriptions about tlio dus the Egyptian in timo of the Tho uso of tho Christian era in -logy began in Italy in 625 It was not employed in England until 81G Hanks wero first established in Lombary by the Jowish moneylenders The first publie bank was that of Venice in J 500 Notaries aro first mentioned ...

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. — 6 September 1894

tlr - 1 i ijP CHAPT13K XVI ooNTisrnn Of course Mr Amcrson you under tnnd my persish which Im simple n otlleer of the court nnd isnt nupposed to Itnow anything about the merits of the case Certainly I do Mr Ennis nnd youve been sheriff long- enough to know that often where theres a great erj theres mighty little wool as Ivo no doubt youVe heard the expression Ive al ways respected you Mr Ennis as a man and us a sheriff uot to suy any thing as a friend Occasionally I wouldnt undertake lo say how often its been my pleasure to help you in your election and other times and things in trilling little ways we wont say how it not being worth while I liopu that next time they wont press on you so hard Hut if they do Ive no doubtyoull know who are your friends and that theyll continue to stand up to you Good morning Yes ho made a point always to have the sheriff on good terms with him In the case of this one who in his too yielding indulgence to defendants in execution had several times been r...

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. — 6 September 1894

1 Pf IK n W v Ys v Eft F ft r fc 5 ftO V f J 1 v ANTa 111 FLOhUA MMtm mi Tim Tkere Thh Ih Any Otker Tmtt f the World are more ants lo the Bqimro Ue in FlorkU than In any other coun try i the world Hya a writer in the SaTaanah News There are ants which will measure more than half an inch in length and then thero aro ants bo small that they can scarcely be seen to move with the unaided eye There aro j good airxd congregation leumiwj anu uiacK ants and trouble Home ants But as bad as they are I have never heard of them eatintfout the seat of a mans trousers as a mis sionary Rov Mr Wilson nnon inlil flin writer ho saw the army ants do in India rl u vuu iuhu whs hiiuu on the carta for a few minutes beside him them ThcV will iret Into nln nlntM sauci sirup suar on meat in hnnh will riddle a eako or fill a loaf of bakers broad till it is worthless All remedies ailinfr I took to baiting thenw near Ihoir nests with slices of meat nffiicsy apple and pear parings and when I had from ilfty to o...

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