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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 2 March 1888

It h Wu i ft Hi - u IV S ajw nglliimiwu THEJJAIRY Tho gonoral aspect of tho dntrt Ani mal Is thinner sharper and more iuigu lar than tho Joeillng unitnul N Y Voice Breod your owi dairy herd and raise it to a high point of perfection if you would enjoy the business and make money in future yoars Prairie Far mer Whats good for tho gooso is good for tho gander No farmer would think of feeding his horses poorly during spring or fall plowing Why not apply tho samo horso sonso to the dairy eovs tain World If cows are fresh in milk each would bo the better for ono plntof flax seed jelly mixed with her feed onco each day This jolly Is mado by boil ing flaxseed in six times its bulk of water till it forms a jelly This Is worth all it cots as food besides keoping tho digestive organs in a healthy condition Countri Gentleman Tlio results of accurate and expen sive substantiate the theory that variation in focub docs not change tho amounts of solids in a cows milk But i thce tests prove that fo...

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. — 2 March 1888

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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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Hazel Green herald. — 2 March 1888

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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. — 20 March 1891

r s 1 X Si SPENCER COOPER OwncC and Editor wwt PRICES J miimiin i uw jlim touisaqu riSSky S STftAUe Clothiers of Kentucky LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Stocfc 1st of lew M HONEST VALUES HIGH GRADES When you Visit Lexington do not fail to give us a call SMAIIi ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO NEW STORE Rose NEW GOODS Swango Are now ru n a Fresh ami Choice Stock of Fall Winter Goods To which tliey invite the attontioijif the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity consist- Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing c Also FARM IMPLEMD fs AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS Mens All Wocl Suits Only 750 nnd the clothing dcjirtmciit is chock full of bargains iT4nTniXG GUKAXrEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY I IAZKI ipJIEEN KY UNDERTAKER AND DPALKK IX COFFNSCASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds vnH vViWiVS10 rnnMb illor iiml at low prices COFFINS OF AM w i tviMJa AM SIr from tin Ilitimusf ik vi i i i k i 1 i i -- nm minimi riiinni c i i r nan von can hnv the trimiiiiiicM Pr 1 i tfhns from i i t a - - win ilcllver colhns cheap n j 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. — 20 March 1891

ft L Vfl iiCStnrfof Love and War y UY MAJOR ALFRHI It CALHOUN CUAPTEK I For Gods salo dear Harry cotno to mo at onco Brother Frank was capt ured by your people at Lebanon ten daya ago Ho was charged with being a npy takon to Camp Dick Robinson and tuon after a trial that must havo been a judicial farco ho was sontenccd to death Mothor Is so prostrated by tbo nows that alio can not leavo her bed and I feel as If my senses wore deserting mo If brothor bad fallen In battle light ing for the causo so dear to him and to his family tho blow woilld havo been still hard to bear but It would havo boon as Heaven compared with bolng hanged like a dog and this for an offonso of which ho Is entirely Innocent I did not think during this strupglo to ask a favor from any man woaring a blue uniform nor should I do so under any othor circumstances I am em boldened to appeal to you when I recall that your family and mino woro neigh bors since long boforo wo were born that you and Frank wero playmates ...

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 March 1891

m i m ISi 3jTl1xi MR SPKVnll PnnniM T of I ob 20 1 see a letter taken jD Lexington Transcript signcclnui iof in writing up Torrent lcttor Oampton in order to ntho Swjft more interesting refer V 1 mines and the one Hit woman who searcher the od dr 1 Vn fruitless search Jias spent a fortir st 1 HndisstilUcaS wrr iHlcncoshehafornrrITytny I will Airly three old tlnt j sixty years from tllc oW Kentuckv am dese pionccniy paternal grandfather having lost pltf0 protecting the whites from IwHn ravages I rather partake of the rnininc typo of that period as I now perforin as much physical labor as most of my box at thirty and forty years of age Now as to the fortune spent The amount has been only about 2000 not much considering the object of search But having to superintend the business in person I have had to endure many ri vJr M ffl rdships Though I have realized noth ing financially up to this date I regret neither the labor or money and am still searching It has been something over fifteen...

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 March 1891

KA ejt a in c sin -S w it WA- mmC 1 FOll LIEUTENANT GOVtillNOIt HON M C ALFORD OF PAYETTE COUNTY Subject to action of the Democratic Party With tlio present isauo Tub IIbuaio cntcra upon its seventh year and wo hope at the end of that time God will ing to write n moro successful ono than the six preceding it The- paper first appeared as n six column folio all home print and was started under anything but favorable auspices Hut realizing that work alone could do anything to ward the attainment of success in a field in which it was the pioneer paper wo at once enlisted our ovcry energy in that effort A few months demonstrated that wo had struck tho keynote to popular favor and we enlarged to a seven column folio patent inside This was maintain ed for a year or more and tho popular demand was then so groat upon us that wo again enlarged using an eight paco patent inside Elsewhere in our paper will bo found an ndvertisonientof the Courier Journal nnd tho attention of our people is direc...

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 March 1891

Hazel Queen IIekald Hush lnrirer Hrttnliitloii In Vnlf Mm iruit and Ilreatliltt tlmn nil nthor iiuiici h In tlin fvOhristinn Church Saturday and Sunday 1 Tho religious and social ostracism of tho few by tho many seems to be the order now Measles are raging in tho neighborhood ofCoxs Mill and there have been sev eral very severe cases reported Tho trial of Harnes for killing Kclley Day will come ujat a special term of the Mcnefee Circuit Court Juno 8 Instead of the second Sunday Rev J Z Haney will preach at Gillmore on the first Sunday in April at 3 oclock P jr Miss Maggie Stevenson who was teach ing school in Morgan near Lykins Ma goffin county has returned home and is attending school here Vicie South wife of our colored fel low citizen Taylor South near town died Monday night of heart failure She leaves a family of children Tho Masonic fraternity should not for get the called meeting of Mizpah Lodge this Friday night and all who can do so conveniently should attend Squire Billy Ha...

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 March 1891

riwEJP 5t4 1 taX ft a v M i i iMHn VH - iHKa aLHaKr - HE 1 rag- Kl uH IBS l NKl IK I H K X I 1 t i la Mk t l f fWlWWWIFTI7 - - - i Ill I -T -- u - - - - -1 - -- - t - I V - 7 I Hazel Geeen Herald Fkiday - March 20 1891 SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY An IiitorcHlliiR History of the 1liHt Oiioh Established In tho Statu It will bo necessary to go brick to tlio Primnry Schools previous to our Com mon School system Tho first school teachers wo lmvo nny account of in Ken tucky wcro Mrs Cooms as early as 1770 at Ifarrods Station and John May at McAfees Station in 1777 who was aft erwards killed by tho Indians At that time tho boys wcro required to carry their guns to school and as tho school nouses wcro orcctcd far out in tho wilderness tho teachers were often at tacked killed or captured School books wcro rare oue boolc often served for six or eight pupils Thoy often used a pad dle on wliich were cut or written A B Cs It is amusing to think that this paddlo often served two purposes After they had c...

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 March 1891

Ml Hv - iih i i - I S3 i I I I i 1 Mi Hazel Geeen Hebald Friday - March 20 1891 SCHOOLS OF KENTUCKY An Intoreiitliijr HUtory of tlio VI rut Ouch Katnhllahuil In tlio Htutu It will bo necessary to go back to the Primary Schools provioiw to our Com mon School system Tlio first school teachers wo liuvo any account of in Ken tucky woro Mrs Cooms as early aa 1770 nt JlarrotlH Station and John May at McAfees Station in 1777 who was aft erwards killed by the Indians At that time tho boys wcro required to carry their guns to school and as tho school houses wero erected far out in tho wilderness tho teachers wero often at tacked killed or captured School books wcro rare ono boolc often served for six or eight pupils Thoy often used a pad dle on which wero cut or written A li Cs It is amusing to think that this paddlo often served two purposes After thoy had completed their paddlo courso thoy passed to Dilworths spell ers and Dilworths arithmetics Such wcro tho doviccs for education at that t...

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 March 1891

UDGE LYNCH is to Open Court at Mt f r for tho Trial of a Family fi rft r wljt Willi U1IMIHIMK - thotrt Tins AmihuI Confess tost atrocious crimo ninong the list of murders occurred in Mont- lory county three and onc hiilf miles hi Mt Sterling on the Gth instwhcn Ilium Ferguson nn old and respected icr his son-in-law B 0 Watts and inddnuuhtcr Gociu Boyd wero pol led from arsenic placed in a coflee pot Ferguson and Watts have died tho h who drank but little is still in a IticiU condition The whole affair at it was one of those mysteries from licit a clew seemed impossible but ler a weeks trail of frhrewdness ion rested on John Wiggintoit and sons Frank Charlie Jim and Fred Id they wero arrosted and brought be ta Judeo J W Groves of tho City lurt aud they were sent to jail for safe Benincc I Tho excitement ran high and a mob nili1nd lioliovimr tho parties wero 1 1a 1 i I i 1 I tV and were uuiurimuuii una muy ild suffer death by hanging but by inititiJ 11 vT ttten Miitiur1 tlinvf 1 llllV...

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 March 1891

KSEfil JUDGEJJYNCH Troatons to Opon Court at Mt Stir ling for tho Trial of a Family ltiaiK1 With rnlHoiilnj Throe of TliHr Neighbor Tliu AtTUHOjl Goiiiphn I Tlio most atrocious crimo nmonc tho long list of murders occurred in Mont gomery county three and one half miles from Mt Sterling on tho uth inst when William Ferguson an old and respected farmer his son-in-law B C Watts and granddaughter CJocia Itoyil wero poi soned from arsenic placed in a colleo pot Mr Ferguson and Watts have died tho girl who drank hut little is still in a critical condition The whole aflair at Hist was one of those mysteries from which n clew seemed impossible but after 11 weeks trail of shrewdness sus picion rested on John Wigginton and his sons Frank Charlie Jim and Fied and they were arrested and brought be fore Judgo J W Groves of tho City court and they were sent to jail for safe keeping Tho excitement ran high and a mob assembled believing tho parties were k B 1 1 1 I lift tlwtt jy ann wen uuwmiiiihuu...

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 March 1891

L i i r i 4fa v t c i ilt - VJJ Jh i r rv - v i yS L III fti M MffGERN KENTUCKY i W T 4 Sayings and Doings of tho Citizens in Our Neighboring Countios A Ilniirilntul Soon 1 IlornW Corrtnnoii tdunH mill Hastily Wrltlon up for Our Army of Kendo im MORGAN x Wont Tilbnrly VIhm Roo Patrick and other particH wore ar rcyted and bound over for trial for tlio illicit fielling of intoxicants in thin place Charley Keyser has returned from a trip to Covington with timber Ho re ports good results considering losses in timber David Lowis Jr and Miss McClain wero married last Thursday near this place May peace and plenty over hovor around them Dr B F Carter one of our ablest physicians has been prostrated for sev eral days with something like la grippe but is now able to bo out Frank has taken special caro of himself which is ono of the beat remedies yet known to sickness according to our opinion As Tin IIkuam can no more be called a patent sheet its work being all done at home why not homo patron...

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 March 1891

VK C lATO UV MAnTy s Son wmr Haz SPENCER COOPER Ownor and Editor SKVEXTIl YEAR LOW PRICES feWb MtaW JMyiwwJWr w Immww tMWmZkmiirA r - - - m K fMJiuiiivKiynvniimmmm numLLUurxrtT touiaatGussTpAus wango Are now receiving a Fresh and Choice Stock of Fall Winter Goods To which they invite the attention of the citizens of Hazel Green anil vicinity consist ing of Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes Clothing c Also FARM IMPLEMENTS AND SEEDS OF ALL KINDS Mens All Wool Suits Only 750 and the clothing department is chock lull of bargnins K5T EVERYTHING GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED OR MONEY REFUNDED JWT ORAVEIKT HAZEL GREEN KY UNDERTAKER AND DKAIKIt IN COFFINS CASKETS And Trimmings of All Kinds to 1 am prepared to furnish on short notice and at low prices COFFINS OF ALL KINDS AND SIKS from the cheapest to the verv finest I can furnish colli us cheaper than von can buy the trimmings Trice of Collins from 5 up I have a fine hearse and will deliver coilius cheap FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS REPAIRED IWJH lOLUI V...

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 March 1891

k ft fH r M k K WV 8L tf k if f v j V- 1- i w lt T f T BPENOER COOPER - Hazel Green Herald Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Friday - March 27 1801 x rB2Bk I X ft tSfftJtKKrfmftrfP 0S8 fillk A Story of Love and War J1Y MAJOIt AliFllKI It CALHOUN CONTINUED CHAPTER IV I had no appotito for my supper with Gonoral lloylo Wo loft tho food un tastod whllo wo discussed Frank Brontsohancos Thoro aro two KontuckianH in Wash ington 1 said who should havo weight with tho Prosident if they woro to intercede I am suro thoy know Franks kinsmon if they do not know him Who aro thoy asked tho General Tom Spoed and Judgo Advocato If on oral Holt IJyTovo Captain I did not think of thoml oxolaimod tho old man as ho started to his foot Join mo in a tele graph and wo will send it at once N IJAt thiB timo tho word tolo gram had notoomo into uso Wo hurried into tho telegraph ofllce and within ton minutes thomessago was hoing flashed to Washington thoro to bo duplicated and copies sent to Tom Spoed and Oonoral Holt Aa ...

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. — 27 March 1891

where vl lint a can e Col MM I IHIWHIIJU AGjAlNST ALIENS Foreigners Forbiddon to Purchaso Lands or Interests Therein in Kontuolcy NoiShutl liihiU llo Held Uy Allen Ioiik m Than Ullit IVuri Tho Constitutional Convention seized tho opportunity to take n whack at pret ty uear all those portions of ereation not already covered One of the adopted sections expresses the antipathy of the delegates to the alien land owner and serves notice to such wealthy English gentlemen as aro now engaged in building up and civilizing Eastern Kentucky that they aro not wanted and must keep hands oh Salaries were tampered with some more and the rulo was laid down that no oilicial in the State should he allowed to receive over 5000 annually except the Governor The ollice of Pub lic Printer was abolished and a provision inserted requiring that all printing in tho future shall bo done under the con tract system Of course it will be sad to say adieu to that popular and distin guished printer journalist and wa...

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 March 1891

ik M N i i V- wrf Ml I 4v Hazel Green Herald SPENOER COOPER census Ithodc Island is a very small State but she has four Gubernatorial tickets in the field this year and she has no Farmers Alliance either La grippe seems disposed to make an other tour of this country Ft will not be difficult to get along without this llussian importation Every man feels disposed at somo pe riod of his lifo to write a book It is said that United States Treasurer Hus ton is rapidly approaching that period He has our sympathy It looks now as if the Chilian insurg ents would soon be in absolute control of the Government IJow few of us appre ciate as wo should tho privilege of living under a stable government Senator Gorman is to bo presented with a silver punch bowl by the Balti more Democrats The punch that the Maryland Farmers Alliance will try to givo him this fall isnt the kind usually put in bowls San Diego California and Pensacola Florida according to a report of the Marino Hospital Bureau have the...

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 March 1891

Hazel Green Herald lfns a larger circulation in Wolfe Morgan tind Hrcnthltt than all other papers in the Htnte Ami merchants in Mt Sterling Win UheAtcr Lexington Louisville ami Mucin natiwill find ItTHKiiKST mkdium through vhlch to secure Mountain Trade ADVERTISING HATES Tit ANSI KNT Advertisements inserted for less than 3 montliH will lu 7 cents an inch for the first insertion and 25 cents an inch for each sub sequent insertion fSrALL TltAXSirNT Advkhtihinu must 1111 PAID JN ADVANCK STANDING A D V KIITISKM KNTS 1 Inch 12 months G 00 tl inches 10 00 inches 12 00 -1 inches 15 00 5 inches 17 f0 inches 20 00 Liberal rates on larger advertisements made known on application Obituaries tributes of icspect etc 3c a line Count six words to the line and send money with the manuscript Wo will write obituaries and publish at 5 cents a line Local notices to be interspersed among reading matter 5 cents a line with a dis count of 5 per cent where they run a mouth or more Marriage and denth notice...

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 March 1891

- I i V t V Hazel Green Herald SPENOER COOPER - - Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Fihiuy - March 27 1801 THE GRIP WE HAVE TO CARKV For each nnd nil In wnys nlonir It mattcra not if vvonlt or strong Or whothor young or whether old Tho way bo poor or Htrown with gold Thoro Is n grip to carry It may bo glided or bo worn 1 Itll nil tho Hitmo it muut bo bnrno Thororf no usenpo no uio to try Tho hotter way In Hhnulder hlgli Thu grip wo liavo to curry Our brother Jiwt noross tho way Scorns highly favored duy by day Womuriniir at our lot and pine To think ho has tho best of wluo And has no grip to carry But ah I his grip Is tlnsol tlppod Ills wtno too bitter to be dlppod Wo can not lift tho weight ho board We can not know anothers cares Till wo his grip would carry To each and all Is stinted out Tho ono adopted for the route If largo or small If old or now Tia suited friend to mo to you Tho grip we have to carry Thon lot us march with shout and song Twill mnko tho way loss hard and long Tho burden bo...

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 March 1891

wjafcwiuniuiuiiimjiunMjBjim THE ALLIANCE Ex Sonator Ingulls Glvos Ills Opinion Upon tho Subjoct Tlie ist Ihiilm vntlmiitoK tho SlmiHi niul tin KtiiNoii of tint Or liitnlrutlnn Ex Sonutnr John J Inpiills of Kansas was in Baltimore- Mil recently niul in ripcakiug of the Farmer Alliance Mini This movement is liiiiltlititr irreator Eastern alone aro willinc to admit It presents one of the most interesting po litical problems of the ago Here in tho East whero industries andinployments aro diversified its progress is not appre ciated and tho strength it is gaining is not understood In tho West a purely agricultural section it has taken a deep hold on tho public mind and tho evolu tion of tho movement is closely watched by our deepest thinkers and political economists These farmers have concluded that there are wrongs existing that need ad justment Tho growth of tho organiza tion is not ethereal or spontaneous but has como with a strong undercurrent of reason that will ultimately laud it o...

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