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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 13 September 1894

it j rV J fc I I 4 Hazel Green Herald Efltabhshod March 4 1885 nnd Made Famous in the Colobratod Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell SPENCER COOPER Owner and Editor TENTH YEAR ONCE OFFICE BOYS FAMOUS RICH MEN WHO BEGAN AT THE BOTTOM Wanamakcrn Karly 8truRKlRWhert Homier Got 111 SturtCarntiioN Strange CarucrKuHNul Siiko anil the Orocuryltcln iilnj of Other Great FortunuH CO THOU AND DO LIKEWISE Boy Wheres thnt boy This is an exclamation that is heard a thousand times a day in the great oflice buildings where the big financial opera tions of tho world are conducted and in tho marts of trade and mnnufnctuio And the little messenger thus summoned by call or bell appears at the oflice door either willingly or reluctantly and re receives the order for the execution of which he is paid anywhere from nothing at nil to great riches 4 a week But if these small men of trust could know a little of tho histories of those of their kind who like them have been of fice boys and have ri...

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. — 13 September 1894

I l J i Bi v - gjgga s9fese IPEXOE COOrER it - r Editor THE FAIR Coutlniiril from Friday lnjy A JUST THINK Ol IT Think o fnll time drnwln nigh l Sweet iierlntcrspuuklii jilc JJeiul iwlmicin on the rye Ulg fat possums roofltin lilgh I CliicWons ftit enough to fry 1 Apple citler on the sly I Sninclc your lijis an wink your eye Think o lull time drawn nigh - Over n thousand- people nt the Fnir ycrturdny Mrs Sainh Mnxoy of Went Liberty in nt the Day JIoiwo HHonriorHilIofSiilt Lick Ilnth couuty was nt tho Fair yesterduy Mfiw UisMid Conlcyt of Wert Liberty attended the Fair Thursday Mw Loula PiiTUtt a ulster of Hon Jo Kendall to over for the Fair Dr W G Carter of West Liberty waa 611 tiio Fair grounds yesterday Harlnn Hcnty and Miss Pattio Malum left for HenttyvillethiH morning Charley Card t ell was at tho Fair yes terday He wu h u popular judge To Taulbee tliccliahipion young orator ol the mountains is ovor for the Fair Miss Nannie Diyt of West Liberty was ovor to attend the Fair Thursd...

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. — 13 September 1894

rB 41 1 I H TMBTfTfTTWlTllfMWinTrTITMiWI II HHUllWIJWlJ UUJ Ml NOVEL WATER POWER Tlio Invention of u Nunlivlllo Man Which Claim to Mlnlmlro tho Iliwor font Alcohol iiH 11 1oIhoii Wo put a drop of alcohol into a mans oyo It poisons him Wo try it upon tho lining of a living stomach Again it poisons il Wo study aftor death tho stomachs of drinking mon and find alcohol producos in regular stages rod- doss intonso congestion niornm secretions doopor liurr destruction of parts utter ruin influonco upon tho stronuth of sailors sion thatovon modoruto quantities of alcohol weaken the musclos and broak endurance Wo visit tho training grounds of oarsjnen jied estrains and prize fightors and learn ovorywhoro tho samo loason alcohol is a poison to musclo nnd brain Dio Lowis THEIR PLOT OVERHEARD Muriloron DohIrii of Convict to Kacnpo Front tlio Frankfort Prison ons wny tno prico 01 wnoai does not advance and why it will not do so for a long time to come The rocent decline in the price of wheat is...

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. — 13 September 1894

1 1 i ii r i i t i l II n i i y I- i r - E7aER aRSlCJbS ftntxosR OOOPKR Editor II I j I mtmm JVAJMUrc Vk1S xvETjC HAZEL GREEN KY TimnaPAY Sopt 13 1804 DEM00RATIC TICKET For Congress Short Term Hon W M BECKNER Of Olnrk County For Congress Long Term Hon JO M KENDALL Of Floyd County County Ticket For County Judge 0 T CENTER For County Attorney A II STAMPER For County Clerk J B IIOLLON For Shorifr A T COMHS For Assessor JEFF M ROSE For Jnllor JOHN R HOBBS For Coroner JAMES PELFRY Our mountain friends nood not foar tho rosult in Clark Tho Dom crata promise to give an inoroasod majority for Kendall and Booknor Winohostor Democrat Spencer Coopor of tho Hazel Gheen Heham with that tiroloss ontorpriao for which ho is noted ianuod a bright daily odition dur ing the Fair at that place last wook It was tho first daily over printod in tho mountains of East urn Kentucky Winchester Demo crat Evil nows ridospont whilogood nowa baits Tho truth of tho first part of this quotation may bovori fiod in t...

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. — 13 September 1894

s M 3H For Sheriff We nro authorized to announce SAM IIKNHY WILSON ns n cnntlidntoror shcrttl of Wolfe county sulijeot only to the will of the people at the polls In November 1R91 fHteTIHS PAPER is all homo FiAP print and if you want all 8ili5 tho good things it contains You should read ovary articlo 01 each ot IjHio oight pagos You will find all tho Nrocal nows that way Albright the life insurance agent is registered at the Day House Tom Wells a commercial tourist was registered at the Day House Wednesday Swango licratt havo a nice bunch of cattle for he Mt Sterling market next Monday A drove of nice cattle from some of the upper counties passed through town Wednesday Miss Snbinn Taulbeo lias so far rccov ered as to bo at home where she is now convalescing Win H DoUtok who is teaching at Fincastle Lee county is at Heuttyville attending the Institute this week Rose Swaniio are gathering up a very nice lot of feeders for the Mt Ster ling hmrket and will start them Friday C D Moore of...

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. — 13 September 1894

m 1 1 Hi f 1 I 1 1 7 l 1 1 rw J hi a Fmlj FROiPERITYIN THE SOUTH TImb Oflrtllltfnli of ike Country 1m a Very IlepcfRl Anpect From al 1 par ta of tho South como xpellont roports of material pro grew Tho Southorn corn crop is groator than ovor boforo tho cot ton crop is largo nnd of fino qual ity In Toxiib tho lattorie tho lnr 9l that tho Stato has ovor raised mnHho prospect of tho markot is urdd NVhild cottoii is nov ohoap it Will not do ttfovorlook ho faot that six conts a pound for Cotton nowadays is a vorvdilToront tiling from what it vns a fow years ngo Pooplo gonorally have not yj t loathed to tako into coftfirlorn tion the fact tliat tho modorn byo products of cotton aro worth noarly two conts a pound moro so that tho farmers six conts is really equivalent to eight conts fTho corn crop is so largo that tho South will this yoar havo a surplus instead of being compollod to im port corn for hor own consumption Tho outlook for hor manufacturing industries and hor cotton mills in pa...

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. — 13 September 1894

t r uj lJ RlClARDLCLMJoHH5ToN IV 1 em come up to me CpPYRIQHT tGOaBYB LlPPINCqTT CPMPANY CHAPTER XVI CONTINUED Certainly Mr Fllht Why Mr Flint my notion is that the main ob jecuon the old gentleman una to Miss nit now he have moren took back by naked and by them thats en the cOmporhiike ho offer to Harnah Huniuilill decide for herself jlfcel muejisgratified Mr Flint tliat you take such sensible views of a very grave situation If the matters in dispute can be accommodated in the way proposed I shall hope and so I know will you that it will nrove to bo warmed up in the case I wish vou mighty well Squire Watson in all your healths After transacting the business with Mr plainer first informing him in a very loud whisper what he had been wanted for at the lawyers ofllqe and suggesting that he be careful about mentioning it to too many people he repaired again as always just before leaving town to the Hig Indian to get what ho called Ins finualclosin request to station themselves at the l...

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. — 13 September 1894

il i I M JL MONTHLY CHOP REPORT Wit CM44M4Mr McDawell linn t 8y f the Present OHtlAHk Slue my report of July 1st there have AM rain in Inner portions of the State ffotne eounties having been more arortd than others Reports from fojv ceuHtles state not enough rain to do mh good Thoro is a much better feeling among the farmers Both tho corn and the tobneco crops have been Teryjiifuch benefitted Tho August report of the Statistician of tho U S Depart ments Agriculture shows n decline in corn of nearly 2G points from July 1st to August 1st In somo localities thcl crop was injured beyond recovery while in others timely rains have improved tho crops very much and the indications now are that tho crop will bo better than was anticipated not only hero but in all tho States I will venturo to say that thcro was never a bettor crop made with as small a quantity of rain The fanner has dono his whole duty tho crop was uover bottor worked and those who were fortunate onough to get an early stand ...

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. — 20 September 1894

1 1 iS A 1 SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor TENTH YEAR MJUJUWPl CHINAS WAR FORCE STRENGTH AND EQUIPMENT OF THE ARMY AND NAVY Troops Commanded hy Gorman nnil Amor Iciiii Ollleers mid Armed with Im proved Wcnnons Tho Chi nese an Soldiers PROVINCIAL FORCES ENLISTED China hns made great efforts in the Inst few years to bring her army and navy nearer thw standards of those of western nations says the New York Tribune The total strength of the army is about 000000 men of whom more than 200000 are permanently stationed for the garri son of the city of Peking and others being scattered throughout the various provinces of the empire Besides these there is an ill formed organization which might be called a militia which gets small pay and never serves with the col ors The discipline of the army is good and so far as military punishments are concerned there is hardly a more strin gent organization in the world As a fighting force however in the opinion of most foreign military men the Chinese 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. — 20 September 1894

1 T I c - h i l 1 V v f nliTr MULTUM IN PARVO OTKB BEEGR AXB 1PIK0EK COOPER Editor i It is tho soul thnt builds itself a body Schiller Simplicity is natures firststep nud the ln9t of art P J Hailcy He can never speak well who knows not how to hold hispcacc Plutarch He that is not open to conviction is not qualified for discussion Whatoly Didst thou never hear that things ill got had ever bad success Shnkspcarc We can do more good by being good than in any other way Rowland Hill Politics is the art of being wise for others policy of being wise for self Bulwer If liberty with law is fire on thehenrth libcrtv without law is firoon the floor Hillard Suffering itself does less afllict the senses than tho anticipation of suflbring Quintilian Wheres that palace whereinto foul things sometimes intrude not Shaks pea re He who despises mankind will never get tho best out of others or himself Anon Get a thorough insight into tho index by which the whole book is governed Swift I saw one excelle...

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. — 20 September 1894

r i ii w i Ii Ii 3 l h1 i Ii tf yv a i r fc V S r I f 15 hK i h TCBDR 3KEEAI4 IPEXOER COOPER - rr Editor ffig MULTUM IN PARVO It Is tho soul that builds itself n body Sohlllor Simplicity is natures llrststop and the Inst of art- P J Hniloy Ho can never speak well who knowB not how to hold hiapeacc Plutarch He that is not open to conviction Ih not qualified for discussion Whately Didst thou never iiear that things ill got had over had success Shakspearc Wo can do more good by being good than in uny other way Kowland Hill Politics is the art of being wise for others policy of being wise for self Hulwer If liberty with law is fire on the hearth libcrtv without law is firoon the floor Hillard Suffering itself does less afflict the senses than tho anticipation of suffering Quintilian Whores that palace whorointo foul things sometimes intrude not Slinks pearo He who despises mankind will never get tho best out of others or himself Anon Get a thorough insight into tho index by which tho wh...

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. — 20 September 1894

IBr i i APHORISMS Tnlce hell out of the way and who would prny Sinner do you bclicvo there is a heaven 0 yes Well why dont you start that way If men love God as much as they do their money why dont they work for Him ns hard L5scver punch a dog to make him prowl there is enough of growling without punching Dont shoot at the squirrel after it has crossed the top of the hill If yon do you lose your ammunition and get no game Dear sinner do you think that the devil can do without your service Then whv dont vou ask him to let vou rest awhile Everybody says it pays best to work for God in the long run Then why dont you quit working for the devil aud work for tho best pay Most peoplo would rather work for the pay down This induces many people under a false conception to work for the devil because he always pays down Down where Down to hell There never was a man or woman on earth but what was a murder but the worst case of murder is when the truth is assassinated And there is not a man or w...

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. — 20 September 1894

to APHORISMS Tnko hell out of the wny rind who would prny Sinner do you bclicvo there isn henven O yes Well why dont you start thnt wny If men lovo God ns much ns they do their money why dont they work for Him as hi lANcver p mrd punch a dog to mnko him growl there is enough of growling without punching Dont shoot nt tho squirrel after it has crossed the top of the hill If yon do you lose your ammunition and get no game Dear sinner do you think that the devil can do without your service Then why dont you ask him to let you rest awhile Everybody says it pays best to work for God in the long run Then why dont you quit working for the devil and work for thu best pay Most pcoplo would rather work for the pay down This induces many people under a false conception to work for the devil because he always pays down Down where Down to hell There never was a man or woman on earth but what was a murder but the worst case of murder is when the truth 3b assassinated And there is not a man or wom...

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. — 20 September 1894

i I I I i i I j y i i ii fl 1 e o i VSEX KSnS JkXtX3 SPKKOER 000121 i Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday Sept 20 1804 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Congress Short Turin Hon W M BECKNER Of Chirk County For Congress--Long Term Hon JO M KENDALL Of Floyd County County Ticket For County Judge 0 T CENTER For County Attorney A 0 STAMPER For County Chrk J II IIOLLON F Sheriff v A T COMBS - For AbhcbhoY JEFF M ROSE For Jailor - r JOHN It HOBBS For Coroner JAMES PELFRY NEWS NOTES Fill DAY Tho gold reservo is stoadily swell ing - Gov Altgold pays his first visit t6 Now York City Minister Don by will romain at tho China mission Judge Daniol Scully of Chicago dios of pnoumonia Tamos Barrott murdoror hanged at Eddy Now Mexico Tho colVoo crop of 1894 ostimatod tho largest over known White caps Hogged a man and woman at ML Oob Ohio Snow foil at Omaha Nob fol lowed by a heavy rainstorm Secretary Carlislo decides that salt usod in fisheries is still froo Tho Capac arrives at New York from Chili was on firo ivo d...

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. — 20 September 1894

a i Vh t6au mm na MVTmarrjnwni CSS 333SKc3 For Sheriff We are requested tonnnouce that there will be a union meeting at the Murphy school house on Grassy creek on the fifth Saturday and Sunday in this month Dinner on tho ground Sunday All de nominations arc invited James H Swango the young orator will in a short while enter the Center College Taw class at Danville and com plete a course in law Ex Gov Proctor Knott will have charge of tho law de partment and we expect Jimmie to emerge from that famous old institution as a full fledged limb of tho law Charley Duty representing Curry Tu nis Norwood wholesale grocers of Lexington was registered at tho Day House last niuht Mr Duty was for a while editor of tho Fiemingsburg Ga zette but was compelled to abandon the newspaper business last spring on account of ill health and even now he is only a shadow of his former self Judge Ked wines charge to the grand jury on Monday is said to have been one of tho finest ever delivered from the bench...

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. — 20 September 1894

kMP ri fcll 7 m - if 1- 1 Ki T I I M rti Us lv ni nKmXMlltii trilfOM OOOFEK Editor THE IAN1 OF PKKTTV BOOK I know oi a Innil where the streets nrc paved With the things wo meant to achieve It le walled with the money we meant to have saved And the pleasure for which wo grieve The khld words unspoken the promises broken Aud mnny a coveted boon Are stowed away In thnt land somowherc Tile land of Pretty Soon There nro unout jewels of possible fame Lying about in the dust And mnny n noblo mid lofty nltn Covered with mold and rust And O this plncc while it seems so near j v J farther ftwny than the moon Though our purpose is fnir wo never get thorc f To the land of Pretty So6iu The road thnt leads to that mystic lnnd Is strewn with pitiful wrecks And the ships thnt have sailed for its shining strand Hear skeletons on their decks It is farther at noon than it was nt dawn And farther at night than atiijon O let us beware of that land down there The land of Pretty Hoon -Kiln Wlicclcr Wilcox...

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. — 20 September 1894

I 0 w tl A A V mimiawm foi w - - VVWMW CoPYRI0HTiaO2BYrfB LlPPINCqTJCPMPANX CII PfEK XVIII C0NT1MMD I cant bear to hear any more of it Mr Flint Then she roso and wont into the house Well Mrs Bnlow said the go be well get such a hold on mens minds beaming sun Weve got him as sure j as God is in Heaven Now my lad you step down town and got Rainer to come with you Your legs are more activo than mine The old man Flint trades with him frequently doesnt he Almost entirely Thatll do Run my son and bring 11 tu Poll liim that both of US Seaborn Torrance I see is in Mil- ledgevillo Uotween you and mo I believe hes the biggest man in tho whole stato of Georgia Youre going to see some fur fly before ho leaves this town What do you mean tho others asked Never mind do j ou coma to tho courthouse Mouday morning more fully betray his own self As you know Im not a church member but Im not more sure of my own exist ence than that this world is governed by an Intelligence which is as just and merciful...

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. — 20 September 1894

i 111 Hfl i 6 I i I I tr H 1 ii i I f m WOLFE COUNTY Qlllmnro GlrnnliiKn Born to the wifo of Andrew Htuldix jr on the 10th inst a girl Mrs Wm Fugnte who ling been ill with fever for aomo time is fiomo better MaryEIlRrpcrmo9tcottimonly known Aunt Polly Hnrper died of paralysis on the 12lh inst after nn illncas of nine teen days Slio was getting very old be ing about 88 and had been a consistent member of the M E Chinch for about 70 years Sho was the youngest of thir teen children all of whom have beon dead many years Sho had five children and they have long since preceded her to tho spirit land but sho has several grand children and great graml children and many friends to mourn her loss Ungm Remub Ioo City Lornln Drs Maddox and Carroll went to Lou isville last week and while there Dr Maddox made application to tho Stnto Jilcdical Board for a certificate to prac tico medicine 0 V Iloso D N Wilson Clay Rose E 13 fladdoxJ II Cottlo F 0 Arnett and Monroo Patrick went to Jackson last vec...

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. — 27 September 1894

D I 1 i m Al H Hazel Greein TENTH YEAH TRAIN ROBBERS SOME HAVE GONE WHERE MONEY WILL NOT PASS Whilo Othurn Iuuk at Mm World hi a DIN furont Light Through tho Hiiin o Mnnoy Hut So in of Thout llavo No Uho for It THEY ARE GIVEN A RECEPTION Tho Colorado and Ulah express on tho Santa Fo was hold up by robhors at ttMQ on tho morning of tho 18th nnar Gorin Mo Owing to Iho fact that tho rail road and express officials had a spy on tho trail of tho bandits whon thoy stopped tho train I hoy mot a hail of buckshot and bullets and ib is said at loast two lio load in tho surrounding woods while as many othors rodo for their rendez vous twenty miles away tilled with loadon pellets Thoy woro novices in tho art of train robbery and brutal ones at that for thoy shot Dad Prescott the engineer bo fore thoy oven gave him a ohanco to hold up his hands His wound it is believed will not provo fatal Tho raid was planned threo weeks ago When the train loft Chicago railroad and express detoctives all walkin...

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. — 27 September 1894

I k r z 44 I - rCE CMPER j Editor K v ARTISTS IN THE NAVY How Jolly Jack Lovoa to Docorato His Body Tattooing Still Flourish n IrofciMon Kflpvclnlly Among tho MiiifoMVfira Men It I Not Inlnful Sor Is It Very Ikiuitlfu How or where the custom originated It is hard to wiy but it is certain that about nine tenths of the Mm fori n men of the world arc tattooed on some parts of their bodies Among the uncirilixcd of almost every cliino this custom of marking1 and defacing the body lias been quite common and it is very probable that the sailor in thoir cruises to foreign lands un traveled by civilized people picked up the ctutnm In my experience among Miilors write Dion Williams in the WaahlmrUm Star 1 have often noticed tlie many queer device tattooed all over tho bodies or on some part of these hardy good natured fellow that love a life on the ocean wave better than tho dry land It is probably among men that the custom it moat near ly univenml and there Ik scarcely a ship in the navy but...

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