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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 27 September 1894

4 f i f ff 1 1 vft kf t WBmum j i j i uhjj lit f mf mmttixuumwtu ulamdat immai fdimxliijit umiiui ALL HAIL ALIX THE WONDER REELS OFF A MILE IN 203 3 4 AT GALESBURG ILL j lv Horne Driver ami Owimr Cliforcil ly t AnKctiibltit TIhmuihuIa Tim Crowd niioni irom iiio Mmri iMivor Mcllowoll Klutftl A MOST REMARKABLE HEAT Fifloon thousnnd pooplo yelled theinselvofi lumreo on Lhu 19th inst whon tho tvottingqueon Alix bout tho worlds record coining in in 208 Jt was u noblo porfonnanco from start to finish justifying Williams boast about tho fastness of tho track and Jones assertion about Alix The weather and track woro perfect Jt was 5 oclock when Alix passed the grand stand for her preliminary work In the stand whon tho time arrived for Alix to bo sent oil were iMr Jones and Monroe Salisbury joint own ers It was 510 whon McDowell finished up Whon in readiness Williams announced Alix now goes against tho worlds record of 2 0 i Tho crowd was silent from that instant Tho start was made in splend...

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. — 27 September 1894

i V3S EEEEftiX SHEHOEK COOPER VW iJa Editor iJCr HAZEL GREEN KY Thursday Sept 27 1894 DEMOCRATIC TICKJiiT 31 10 For Congress Slmrt Term Hon W M BECKNER Of Ulurk County For Congress Lung Term Hon JO M KENDALL Of Floyd County County Ticket For County Judge G T CENTER For County Attorney A II STAMPER For County Clerk 1 II 1I0LL0N For Sheriff A T COM 113 For Assessor JEFF M ROSE For Tailor jotin it nouns For Coroner JAMES PELFliY Tho Into contost in Iho Snvonth District Congressional raco and its result loads to tho quory Was ro ligion loworod or roulotto raisod in tho estimation of tho massos Tho fino Italian hand of United Statos Senator Joo Blackburn was plainly visible in tho lato Seventh District Congressional race and wo should not bo surprised to soo Mr Breckinridgo enter tho contost for his shoos Toronco V lowdorly tho ex labor loador has boon admitted to tho practice of law and will opon an oflico in Now York Mr Pow derly is one of tho best executive ofticors tho labor organiza...

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. — 27 September 1894

f M Bk A 4iL fr T WJlmUUajUUgUUJKLUUUIMUmtllIHMllUlimiM plfj iJWwIiudI WVJfttfRJlWb KftWwalp - For Shoriif Wo arc authorized to niinonnco SAM inllY WILSON - n candidate for sherill HIS PAPER is nil homo print and It vou want all tho nood thinas it contains Yon should raad ovory nrticlo on ach ot llio eight pajoi You will find all tlio local nows that way mwiiBi Mr Alhricht the insurance agent is in town the gueit of the Day House Elder J A Howard will preach in Hazel Green tomorrow Friday night If you have some good bacon hams that you want to trade for Tin Hkuald or cash bring them to this ollice Wanted We wish to purchase at once 1 bushel anil 1 peek of clean seed rye to be delivered at this ollice Unolq Sammy Havens has our thanks for a very line large head of cabbage the biggest we have seen this year also a large beet Dr John Taulbc was on Tuesday night called to Magofhu county to see Miles Linden who lives on Johnson and has typhoid fever During the hot weather impurities in t...

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. — 27 September 1894

A u 3 1 -3 f6r IKXOER COOPER dttoi VALUE OF DYNAMITE The Many Usoful Purpoaoa Whloh It Borvos Ilarmle and Snfo to Handle if Frernu tlona Are Tnkoti lloiit nml 1ercunMon Needed tn Kxploriu e It MotlmiU of Manufacturo i Dynamito Ib a name that to the ma jority of people is synonymous with murder ruin and nmfrchy In reality it is a very safe and useful commodity when properly handled and will not explode except under peculiar coiidi tionH When a match is applied it will merely burn and sizzle as the ordinary red flro does says tho Providence Jour nal and ninety nlno times out of a hundred it may bo thrown from tho lop of a building1 without doing any itmn To explode tho substance there must bo the heat and concussion com blnod and this can bo obtained only by the uso of tho dynamite cap or fulmin ate of mercury discharged either by a lighted fuse or by tho passage of an electric current The explosive substance itself is a mass of sawdust or lamp black soalced in nltro glycerlne Hither ...

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. — 27 September 1894

n nflsT V V CHAPTEU XX Early after breakfast on Monday morning Torrance and Dalmey went to the courthouse and waited for Rachels and Carruthers J feel iirst rate this morning Dab ney Jood faitli I feel nigh as young m you look What a man is there in Knehels to say nothing of the sort of toddy lie can make for an old fellow lileo me to go to sleep with I dont take em often specially at night but I thought I would last night as much for politeness sake to Itachels as any thing else Yes he a good man The older I get the more I admire how it is that the good Lord often puts in lowly places men such as him Hut yonder they come What a graceful mover is Carruthers in spite of his crutch and how tastefully got tip Well Otis Jlow do Mr Carruthers The top of the morning to you sir If you and 1 were bettor aequaintod Id call you Owen knowing and respect ing your father as 1 did Uut on such us that well tulle hereafter I want to have a little chat with you about this paper just handed me by the...

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. — 27 September 1894

a i ft tvl 5- Hfc iv BE 1 k k fch i MORE LETTERS TO COL BRECKINRIDGE AND NOT TO l THE LADIES 3There nre Seven In All from DltTornnt t Section nntl Thny nro nil Itoil Hot for tho Colonol Ho In Still tho Clioloo of tho People INK SLINGErtS FROM WAY BACK Xoxlngtoii Transcript niitlllroeklnrldo J3g1ow will b found aovon lottore wlivbli nro Biunplod oT n ecoro or nioro roeoivftd by Colonol ritlge Thoy nro solf oxplanntory United Stntca Court WWorti Hist of Missouri J F Phillip Inclo V Kansas City Mo Sept 10 MM J My Dear Breckinridge My whole heart goes out to you in sympathy and yet congratulation In victory nr defeat Huuahiuo or shadow my friendship and admiration never turns from you In that rnro conjunction of tho priest and tho blackleg tho LMiarlsco and the alastical bigot of tho uucoufcMcd liber tino and Kinctiiied hypocrite that you should have made such a showing or strength at tho polls in in defeat a splen did tribute to your manhood Preferring Owens to Breckinridge only demons...

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. — 4 October 1894

r Co- -- Hazel THE TRUE HISTORY OF CAPTIAN JOHN SWIFT AS ESPE CIALLY CONCERNS Hit lUlnliitf Opomtions for Sllvor In Wlmt 1 Nnw Known it tho Mountainous llivt of l Inn tor u Kouliioky InttircitliiK llomlliiff WRITTEN BY ONE WHO IvNOWS Wo first hear df Capt John Swift shortly after Brnddocks defeat at the French port Dtiqueauo in 17fl5 Among tho exchanged prisoners that came with tho Colonial army to Alexandria then one of tho loading seaports of the colonies was a man named Mundy who had been captured by the Indians when about six teen years old and remained with them near about eighteen years Mnndy had been so long with the Indians he seemed somewhat out of his natural element among tho whites in Alexandria Capt John Swift at that time com mandcd a sailing craft between Havana nnd Alexandria his cargo consisting principally of rum and molasses He had landed in port just about tho time Mundy made his appearance in Alexandria Capt Swift noticing the singular ap pearance of Mundy inter...

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 October 1894

m omit V fir r 1 EKi m 1 SfjK t 7 J jV K J - if 1 mm VSf A W JJrV VA V - VXBSl SCBKBUftJW mmojrk ooohhl s Editor - - -- - r -I r i i SCIENTIFIC SCRAPS Tbr British Isles lmvo au avorago of lxty Gbe jftleB u year f oitoufi jjlnsn -which permits ventila tion and oxclutlcH draughts la used In somo of the Parisian dwellings Tub average speed of the transmis sion of oarthquako Bhoelcs Is nearly sixteen thousand feet per second IUOF Masso the Italian scientist Is authority for the statemont that eels blood is as poisonous as vipors venom It Is nsscrted that in nlnety nhio cases out of one hundred the left side of the human face is the more perfect in outline Aw known chemical olemonts are represented in sea water They are not always capable of being detected by chemical analysis Tjik oucj hundred and thirty two thousand citfht hundred and ilfty six craters which havo been discovered on the moon arc supposed to have been caused by a bombardment of aerolites WICKED WITS CbQUETTKB are the qua...

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 October 1894

f u 4 W T w j A i MaMtmMMiHULjMi jwi wb iw 11 - - -1 t DAVID B HILL FOR GOVERNOR Tho Now York ptmiocrncy wnnt lllm for Governor Ojioo tfnro Tho nomination of Senator D B Hill for Governor of Now York by tho Domo crnta of that Stuto was no surprise hut that ho should bo induced to accept tho nomination astonished every one No ouo dreamed that Senator Hill would ac cept it Secretary Herbert when informed of the conventions choice throw himself back in his chair nnd after silently thinking over tho rowa said slowly but emphatically It ia a strong ticket and seems adapted to sink tho sectional dif ferences that have vexed the Democratic party in New York I think it would win Assistant Secretary of the Navy Mc Adoo of New Jersey an ox member of Congress said With united action in New York that ticket ought to bo elected Tho ticket ia well balanced geographi cally nnd otherwise Representative Tarnsey of Missouri said Mr Hills nomination is an ex ceptionally strong one Mr Hill is a man of ...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 4 October 1894

R ft I kv 1 KW- Mfc P v BY f J fry r r - t i iTIFTilP rasr ffmw titSZi fc A i M A su ko ti fr if Ut W iVT m TieMrt m W2E3B 33SSEmfctXt3P IPBHOSft OOOPKJt HAZEL GREEN KY -Thursday October 4 1894 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For CongrcsaShort Term- Hon W M BECKftiER Of Clark County For Congress Long Term Hon JO 1 KENDALL Of Floyd Cqunty County Ticket iViH For County IiKlgo GT CENTER Ht aiv For County Attornoy A H STAMrER For County Cleric i UKJIjUVIX ror 8herlff A T COMIJS K T - r AsHesaor - For Jailor V S474 it poupio 01 ilia uisinet u mail wmi ih in dVv1 touch with the fanners and would to tho iuterest of tho musses Wo t t u I p VY ft3r - tVs l1 jkt l p r - 1 J V HPt dlr For Coroner JOHN R HOHBS JAMES PELFttY Wo may bo u littlo pruiunturo hut cthon it is in us and must come out Who is to bo our next representative at Frank fort It is Wolfe countys time to fur nish the niun according to previous arrangement Wo all know our sentativo should bo an intelligent man V f ono who is posted on tho need...

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. — 4 October 1894

W V V tV F - - 1 T C A A -- cj - ni 1 - w r 4v Hi - 4fS r 1 7 s rrTL J For Sheriff Wo tiro authorized to nnuounce 8AM HKNItY WILSON ft cnnditlnlo for sheriff of Wolfe contv subject only to the will of the people ut tins polls in November 1804 PAPER is all homo fuTMKTHIS and H you vant nil jfv fj10 H00 thintis it contains n should road ovory articles on molt ot tho eight pages You will iind all the local liova that way fKUMtftVCMl Morn to tho wif of John Mahab Sep tember 20ih a girl Court Court convened on Monday und Tuesday tho Court of Claims was in ses sion Willie Swnngo and Henry Picratt are over in tho far Hide of this county and edge of Leo buying cattle Mr and Mrs It D Motley have our thanks for some extra nice eating apples among which was a twin applo with two stems J T Day of this place loft Inst week for Winchester where ho is largely inter ested as head of the J T Day Grocery Company John Itosc attended court at Campton on Monday and Tuesday and Inter on bought some cattl...

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. — 4 October 1894

i K Bf - k l 30 - I y wr i i f v lA fcft l V ft IBS s t IV v- T i If t J V 5 V V rM w yjt K t 4jT flP 5 V j k A -A Hstt OOOfER MutM KENTUCKY klVER A RICH AND VARIED REGION AWAIT ING DEVELOPMENT 3NivHMtlfH fin far n Tlifno Iorlcn Will Imtn Nt llHHdootno JtoturimoVinu ChI Iron ami Tlm1or Tlmt feheuhl Ilml tv Market THE PEOPLE ARE INTERESTED t The people of Uiq upper waters of Ken tucky river aro looking forward to tlio timo when that stream shnll bo navigable from its mouth to tho forkn at Jlentty villo almoBt at tho foot hills of tho mountains-and in tho center of a Bection of Une mineral country lacking only means of transportation to cause its develop wont Tho improvement of Kentucky -river is ono that is of deep interest to tho ntiro eastern half of the State and of especial importance to Louisville whose merchants and manufacturers havo never fully appreciated tho value of river com muuication to tho now undeveloped coun try of tho eastern part of tho State Tho belief is growing ...

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. — 4 October 1894

n - r i yr I vl v t ui F J U - Lf 4 a S Si Kfik bpYRIQHT lS92BYB1PHtCo CrCTieNX CHAPTER XXT COSTINlRD May it pleaso your honors I have lived long- enough to note many results of human actions done in secret whoso discovery seemed to me the ordering of the Divino Ueing who wills not that certain among the special objects of his caro shall long be outraged with impunity Your honors some of whom I know perhaps all are more familiar than I am with texts of Holy Scripture may recall some in which widows and orphans are mentioned in tonus of pe culiarly tender commiseration Some times not very often yct homctimofi in the strivings of this knu r life when men are in conflict with men equals with equals one more skillful or more enduring or more fortunate in acci dental circumstances seems to be al lowed to prevail without justice while the other itleft to his hopes of a bet ter day Hut when the battle is be tween the strong and the weak who are fitted to wield no sort of weapon of warfare ...

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. — 4 October 1894

l 1 v- c J 7P M l - m - J 1 4J Wt iM V difefe wfSMmavwwmsKK m f KW ESSIE - 1 V7T 1 v i IteU s BicTnBrBw vr iv J6 fi Vmooimyi Nllw4r jyMlrUn ThAM WIU ta liaA nvnut1 of nnnnla n F Pasuro of meoting Hon Jo M Kendall yeatorday IIo is in fino Jkaltl and la the very picture of our w A yj hf lUyn HowaVd Dmicgnn and Taylor tt Mtig the funeral of old Undo Daniel Whmwiw Ceoil son of Hubert Ccrii and Try conspicuous figure In the social direfa who lefj homo n fow weeka ainco with the intention of finding nit occupa k tfon to pWTtttw fltntca in n letter dated at Jhmland Ky Sept 21 that ho ja well jm well wttiaftcd Our old Hhooof luck - to Hereby hurled ntlrtm Dr Tames Tutts family formerly inhwbltauta of tho sunny kissed climo of thin country baflo adieu to the once - lughly praised Toxna and aro now all but the Doctor and hi two hods who aro n their way rejoicing in our initial housekeeping basking in tho golden sun light of God bleascd Kentucky The constable race in thin district hna aroused ...

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. — 11 October 1894

II- 1j V i i o a y i sfl w i - ru Hazel Green rtpUO i that it is almost impossible to get a horse near the place so extremely dillicultwas the way wc never took our horses nearer than six or seven miles of tho place There was quite a thicket of holly nquar ter of a mile below the furnace a small lick a unto above there is a large buffalo lick five miles from the small lick an other water course we called Lick creek The creek the furnaces are on forks three miles below the furnaces and the left hand side is Furnace creek Relow the forks thecrcek is a smart stream of water running generally northeast direction Retwcen the forks and holly thicket find my name on a beach tree in the year 17G7 About a mile below you will find Messrs Guest Mundy and Jeffersons names in tho years 1 757 Ni 02 Near the last important forks of thecrcek and between small lick and tho furnace is a remarkable rock It hangs quite over tlw creek and iho water runs under it giving it the appearance of a natural bri...

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. — 11 October 1894

mm I W 1 - - T l A -A - H i 1 i 1MW0ER COOPER Editor ru J UL flfcf I Fi llBh INTERVIEW WITH JUDGE BECKNER The loople intliiiitliiHto nml IIIh IroH fiortM llnttorlu Judge W M Ueclcucr Democratic can didate Tor the abort Icnn In Congress was at home last week and one of the Win cheater Democrat reporters dropped In on him for an interview What do you think of voiir pros poctH waa iwkud They are very fluttering indeed lie answered I have been over twelve of the sixteen counties in the District and tho Democrat are wide awaku and greatly Htrengthened by tho improvement iu bu itiesH aiuco thu repeal of the Mc Kinloy act Where havo you been this wook Judgo V Tn ICIliolt county where 1 spoke Mon day Tuesday and Wednesday Wiih Mr JJosluy with you No I left him at ilindmau Inst Tues day week Ho said that ho was going from thefro iu tenrch of Mr Hopkins whom he had never seen It was n touching as the departure of Jason in March of tho Golden Fleece or I lie legen dary quest for the Holy Until...

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. — 11 October 1894

I A MUSIC DY ELECTRICITY Wthulnrfiil Orcnti Tint Iroctotl tu n -Now York Church With tho recent completion of its now organ St Unrtlrolomcwa Church now tnkca rank in its musical equipments with tlie finest in tho world snys tho New York Sun This great orgnn which i divided into three widely separntcd parts exceeds in aizo any similar instrument in this country with the possible exception of that of the Auditorium in Chicago The one in tho Cathedral at Garden City L I was planned on n greater scale but is not complete Tho unique feature of St Bartholo mews organ is that it is operated through out by electricity which isapplied to tin entire key pedal and slop action In stead of the old fashioned mass of levers and rods there are miles and miles of sillcwound wires crossing and rccrossing within and stretching in u bewildernit maze from keys to pipes There nrcsev cral electrical organs in churches in thi city in which large mngnets and powerful currents are necessary but this va jt or...

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. — 11 October 1894

ffEsffl mm 11 v - f H Ji - nA K Mpt liJIifR pAiifaiA it4MMi mmt WftNOEX COOPER aWiiiiS JBijTLKyS I0lbMvvfl tKJ UnitHs vivfSV 3FtsMl DEMOCRATIC TICKET aft MjkvC3sV flsWswCTIsVXii S Vl For CongrcP8 Short Term Hon W M BECKNER 1 Of Clark County For Congress Long Term Hon JO M KENDALL Of Floyd County County Ticket For County Judge G T CENTER For County Attorney A II BTAMPEU For County Clerk J 11 1I0LL0N For Shcrifr A T COM IIS For Assessor JEFF M ROSE For Jailor JOHN R IIORBS For Coroner JAMES PELFRY Wo havo said so much about a railroad to Hnzol Clroon and havo boon so of ton disappointed that for Homo tiino past wo havo hold aloof Now howovor wo havo a straight tip to uso tho languago of thogon tloman who givos us tho informa tion and wo can state with ruason months or two years All wo havo to do i o tho peoplo along and ad itioont to tho lino running from Moth well is to hoop a sliiV upper lip and demonstrate a willingness to aid in tho good work by grant ing right of way and ties and...

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. — 11 October 1894

tjf fflK a j I V V rV ITTTTT1 T 1 JMWJ tCW Wo nrc imitii nffi For Shoritf nutiioriMi to onuounco local nows that way - Mm Isaac Murphy and Mm Win II Murphy of Murpiy fork of Gnsy paid us a pleasant call on Wednesday Wanted The editor of this paper -wishes to purchase 25 bushels of corn -suitable for fattening hog Cash Ohas II Sliopnrd agent for the Equit able Life Insurance Co of New York is a guest of the Day House this week Rnso Swango started Wednesday to Mt Sterling with a nice drovo of cattle SI head many of these as nice as blue grass stock Mrs rnmes Lacy who has been quite sick for a week or ten days is now suffi ciently convalesced to be nbout her house hold duties To all of those gentlemen who assisted ua in the removal of our Campbell cylin der press on Monday we return our most sincere thanks Thousands of new patrons have taken Hoods Sarsaparilla this season and real ized its benefit in blood purified and strength restored Do you wear pants is tho attrac tive heading of t...

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. — 11 October 1894

wtt i fr WHfe1rWl Wffn9LfffS MW0IR OOOPIR Editor WHAT 18 OOOI What fa rent good I asked in r niueliig mood Order Bald tho liw court Knowledge said tho school Truth Bald tho wlso mnn Tieaauro eald the fool Love salt tho maiden Beauty mid tho pngc Freedom mid tho dreamer Homo said tho sqo Fame said tho noldicr Equity Miild the qor Bpako my heart full Badly Tho answer 1h not hero Then within my bosom Softly this I heard Each heart holdu tho secret Kindnc83 is tho word John Boyle OIIkimky INTERESTING FACTS rt H Mi A v Four ten tha of tho oporating expenses of an electric plant aro for coal Aurora III was tho ilrat city in the world to illuminate ltd etrectH with elec tricity Tho annual gross income of tho rail roads of tho United State exceeds 1200000000 A patent for a railroad snow plow ban been inaued to John Kallauner of Topoka Kan Tho American District Telegraph com pany of Chicago iu going to try girl as uicucngcrs Folding fans wore invented iu Japan tho idea being suggested by tho...

Publication Title: Hazel Green Herald, The
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