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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Jnu WOK Tfrr P T T rT i t it1ti r 1 t ImiLHt i jf fI Id- iJ L f THE HAZEJ GREEN HERALD 4 0 Eattibllshed March 4 188 Made Famous In the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell O SeKNCKK Ownnranil COOlKU Utlltnr The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains Year in Advancer = m- S1008 fji TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 24l 1908 NUMBER 20 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND UliIex1lJllilYllnll Stnidny U STATIONS l A1LLvcPMLreAMJILve Sunday ulIJackson 0 10 HIM 2 20 pn 710 uru OK Junct Ii Ifipm 2 a pin 7li uui amTorrentS20unrNatCampion Ju 7 4S arrl It 67 plLIIIS tau atanton 8 1C ntu 4 20 prUU4 uu- illljiClay City 8 2511111I 5 pn inn LEJuiicn 9 00 nm Ii 07 Pa am Winchester 0 lliarn r0 1111 i1U lOb UUI Lexton iir 0 C5 ntn e 05 pld EAST BOUND No2 1104 Dally Sunday ex 7 STllONII II I y hails Sunday and PM Lve AMLyi 2 25 pm U LexlllgtuIlN U 7 3b am 2 38 pill YO Wlllcllc II 13 am 2 48 pin 1 ter120 a 21 pin 3 60 put 40 Clay 0 UL IUI- Ja 58 pin 44 tlllltuuII44 H 10 am 4 30 ii ui jtainptun luntui1 SII 38 pro 435 pui 67 Nut Urulsel 579 43 Bill 4 J7 pm 0J I 95011111 oforrelltIIJ5 10 pm iu lU Ii aUl 8 05 pm OUOKJuncu 15 am 610 pill U4 JuekMin IU411 0 am CONNECTIONS L E It11101JIII Nos land will wake connection with the C Olty tor Mt Sterling OAMITON JUNCTION Trains Isos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for 1ine Uidgo and Ciunplou- IiEATTYVU1 JtsCTIoN1 l ruins No 2 will make connection at lleattyville June with the Jnlll A Hallway for passengers to and from Ueattyville iI OKJUNCTIUNTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the 01 K Kailway for locall stations on the O I K Kailway W A MuUOWKLL General Manager 011AB SCOTT Ueuliui Agent y Ofiio KenlURU Bailwaura tTime Table May 21 1906n WESTBOUND No 33 K 1 No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS = DnllYJex Sunday f PM Asa 0 27 PM Ann 5 20 0 Cannel Cltr2 12 35 465 11 Helcclmwa 20 12 19 J 45 13 Lee CltYN 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 0 11 44 310 27 0KJunctioul 0 11 15 3 00 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 IKI No 22 Dally ex AI STATIONS Daily u Sunaym Sunay AM LVE PMLVK t 7 10 7NCanncl City 0 1 00 7 33 21 lielechawa 0 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 11NHI1IIIllolIM 13 1H 8 37 10N Wilhurst 20 1 51 925 1 OK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 t Nos 21 and 22 will make elosoconnectioi l at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Ball way M L CONLEY Superintendent mountain Gentml Railroaff No1 No 2 DEPAKT AKIUVE 000 tv mCamptonll30a m 200 pm Campion 000pm No2 No1 AIUIIVK ImPART 7 80 amCampn June 10 05 am 3 00 pmCampu Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E passenger trainsI r SV HENRY JnckmniKy BirniSKNTIN COAI PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of East k ern Kentucky and guarantees prices and quality ot gouts Hold orders for him 1 E T llOSli S O HA1HPLK ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and CounselorsatLaw r CAMPTON KY Title firm will practice in all the Courts k of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention given to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers and J1r I Traders Bank If i Jtv 1 t i 0t 0 It So i JtrlPaf TiMr i wrUltl r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral I interest to a majority I of our readers especi ally distant fliendsI DAYSBORO DOINGS I I Mesdames Annie and Lizzie Che ney gave the writer a call Sunday I Quite a crowd of the young folks attended meeting at Consolation SundayGeorge Brewer and wife visited friends and relatives at Pekin Saturday and Sunday Herbert Nickell Boone Oldfield and Carolus Cheney are at Mt Sterling on businessIVolney Oldfield and wife wore guests of Miles Fallen and wifeI Saturday and SundayIf Deloren Stamper and family were the guests of Mrs Herbert Nickel Saturday and Sunday Dec 21 SWINOEUAT Marked for Death Three years ago I was marked for deathA graveyard cough was tearing my lung to pieces Doctors failed to help me and hope had fled when my husband got Dr Kings New Discovery says Mrs A C Williams of Bac Ky The first dose helpedme and improvement kept on until I hud gained 58 lbs in weight and my health was fully restoredThis medicine holds the worlds healing record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases It pre vents pneumonia Sold under guarantee at all dealers 50o and 100 Trial bottle free LEE CITY LOCALS Born to thewife of J C Taut bee a girl W T Rudds baby is very low with pneumonia fever- S J Wilsons1 baby died last Saturday with pneumonia fovor David Lindon who has been at Jackson under medical treatment has returned porn- oThCemocrats of the precinct met Saturday and elected Floyd1 Aruott temporary chairman an H L Taulboe secretary TheI chairman made a vary interesting speech Doc 21 LiiMK i qtrJ 11 10 ioIw6 It T f TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your Items early so they will reach our oflice not later thanTuesday morning Monday If possible NPR received after llint will not be published unless of unusual im parlance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper onlyI IROGERS RAEINGS Wayne Bryant sold Floyd Hal soy a milch cow for 21 Rev P R Legg preached at this place Saturday night and Sunday- J D Kincaid passed through here en route to James Cables of t TorrentFloyd Halsey passed through here last Thursday with a bunch of cattle J D Spencer sold James Profit a pair of horses for a consideration of 150 Richard Riggs left this place last Thursday with a bunch of cat tIe for the Mt Sterling market W W Bryant bought a pair of mules from George Brewer last week for a private consideration The school will close at this place Christmas eve All tho pu pils are expecting a Christmas tree and Santa Claus Miss Edna Cole was buried noar Torrent Thursday She was a nice young lady and lived wth her father near Campton At a mass meeting held here Saturday Clay Brewer was nomi nated for magistaate and Fred Adams was chosen for constable as he had no opposition Dec 21 W B Medicine That is Medicine- I have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach com plaints but 1 bave now found a remedy that keeps me well and that remedy is Electric Bitters a medicine that is medicine for stomach and liver troubles and for run down conditions says W C Kiestler of Halliday Ark Elec trio Bitters purify and enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy to the 1weak Your money will be re 50cdat all dealers There is lio ease for the mouth where the tooth is aching t J- sb tLJ I rJ io k L r CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 AL F Horton of Lane is in town this week T P Sewell is at work again in the Campton post office Wm lL Brewer of Laurel creek was in town yesterday on business Ottis Kash of Stillwater was in town this morning on business Hon A H Stamper made a business trip to Frankfort one day last week IWm Smith of Taulbee Breath itt cnunty was in town on busi ness for a few hours this morning John Aikman is now moving his butcher shop back to his old stand iu the 1 S Miller store building Mrs Z T Hurst of Wilhurst visited her daughter Mrs S G Sample trom Thursday until Sun day Rev J M Tolson preached at the Baptist church last Sunday morning and evening to large con gregationsMrs Tolson of near town who has been dangerously ill for some tinge is reported to be some better Dr Carroll is attending her Attorneys G C Allen and A D Lykins went to Menifee county last Thursday and took depositions in the case of Brown vs Sorrell o FridayRichmond Horton who has been traveling in Kentucky and adjoin ing states for the past several months has returned to his moth ers near town Jeff and Wm Bush of Torrent are in town today looking after their interests in some important land suits now pending in the Wolfe Circuit Court There will bo a number of civil suits on the appearence docket at the coming term of the WolfeCir cuit Court perhaps more than at any recent term of court The magisterial conventions hold in the various precincts last Satur day so far its heard from resulted in the nomination of the following named men No 1 James Arnett No2 Robt Brooks j No3 James Roynold No4 H Clay Brewer No5 no nomination No G I W Combs No7 Shiloh Swango nee 22 S G S je 4ht j AI STILLWATER SPARKLES o J W Maloney and family were guests of RJ Rose Sunday Miss Emma Rose of the Cala boose neighborhood visited rela tives here Sunday Hon Stephen G Sample of Campton passed through here Sat urday evening en route home R J Rose whose illness was reported in last weeks issue of THE HERALD is able to be out again The OHair brothers have open ed a 42inch vein of coal on the farm of their father M E OHair J D Edwards says there is a great excitement over mad dons on Frozen creak in Breathitt county Grant Brown and wife of Red river visited Jeff Brewer and family or this place Saturday night ii JamesjGosney and Charles L Wireman of Campton came over today to have S C Rose fix up some lagal papers Uncle Newt Lacy stoppedwith John Ratliffe Friday night He had been visiting his son Clay La cy of Pine Ridge- D B Tyra and family returned Friday from Holly where Mr Ty ra had been baling hay and the family visiting relatives Miss Stella Edwards who is vis iting her grandfather R J Rose and Miss Ninaie Brewer attended meeting on Laurel Sunday Granville Rose son of David Rose Sr who has been serving in the U S Marine corps in South Carolina for the past year return ed home Friday At a Democratic convention held here last Saturday Isaac W Combs received the nomination for justice of the peace and Hew ey Spencer for constable Jeff D Rose who has been liv ing at Weedman Ill for the past 10 or 12 years writes that he will soon move 11 miles South of that place where he will locate for the year 1909 Dec 21 DOMIXOO There ii more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put to gether and until the last few year was supposed to be incurable For R great ma ny years doctors pronounced It a local dis ease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local treat ment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufac tured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it falls to cure Send for circulars and tes timonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation GRASSY GAB o May haye a wedding to report soonJ P Haney was in our village MondayQuite a crowd attended meeting at Old Grassy Sunday Aunt Juda Ward of Hazel Green is visitingj eie this week- J D Henry who has been sick for some time is able to be out again Several of young folks attended a social given by G L Rose Satur day night Joe C Stamper who has been on the sick list for a few days is bettor at this writing- J H Day and Edgar Lykins took a fine bunch of cattle to Mt Sterling last week Dec 21 GKNFVIEVK J 1 4 n ifEZEL EVOLUTIONS 11 A merry Xmas to all Quite a crowd attended churchrtat this place SundayhJohn Whitakor of near town moved to White Oak Friday Newt Womack of West Liberty was in town Sunday and Monday Xmas time is drawing near and there will hen tree at this place j Charley Cecil visited his broth er Raleigh of Gillmore a few 1 daps this week j Raleigh Cecil of Gillmore vis ited his parents Joo Cecil and wife Saturday and Sunday Miss Ninnie Motley has been on the sick list for the past week but is better at this writinKfMiss Winifred Sample spent Saturday and Sunday with her grandparents S D Goodwin and wifeII Mr and Mrs r E Goodwin and little daughter Eliza stayed with his sister Mrs Ollie Sample on Tuesday night Mrs J D Henry accompanied by her sun Daniel visited her daughter Mrs Volney Nickell atJJ West Liberty this week of 1BobFriday 1h1 jWestj called to help count votes + J M Pieratt of Mt Sterling j t1SteeI here Monday en route to LibertyDec Westjj ARBOR VITH A i Dangerous Operation is the removal of the appendix by a surgeon No one who takes Dr Kings New Life Pills is ever subjected 1 to this frightful ordeal i They work so quietly you dont feel thorn They cure constipation headache biliousness andmalaria 25c at all dealers INSKO INSPIRATIONS 0South Arnett of Dale was in j jHarlanj this vicinity Sunday bUSineSiJ1trip1 Dennie Conley spent Saturday j night with Henry Bailey Rev H J Dorthick of Ha1elJGreen was here last week K H Risner made a business trip to Cannell City last week j A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to aUHEHALi readers Charley Rose our new merbhant 1 is at Cincinnati to buy a new stock of goods dg Bob Bailey and family of More head aro here visiting friends and relativesMalcomb Patrick of Netty passed through here Saturday en route pp- to Lee City John Anderson and Miss Blanche t Taulbee were married last Wednes day at the home of the bride Rev Wm Lindon performing the cere monyBurns 1 fublicvisiting friends here for several days went to Magoflln county Fri day on business iIDec 21I U N The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac For li09 ready Nov 15 bigger and bettor than ever by mail 85 4copymonthlyI magazine at 1a year Word and Works Pub Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo l 1 I j I pI t I i j1 1 o iY ff I t WjIyJJ L rtll fIII WL1 J r It I C r i I r THE HERALD l Entered atthe Ilacel arson Pout oHloeatReoonil elnnsmntter4 i I SPENCER COOPER tt Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Dec 17 1008 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0 WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge r4r KKILY KASH Commonwealth Attorney J R HOUOX Clerk Meets third Jlondnj in January first JtoAiiny in May third Monday in Septet ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT O T CENTER Judge o n STAMlKn County Attorney JtoiiKKT IL CARISOU Clerk Meets first Monday In each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday In April firstt Tues day In October K MAGISTRATES COURTS District Xo 1C M1 Fallen third Fridn In March June September slid Decem- berl ia9District No 2 Kobert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August mud No vember District No 38 F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No d11 It ItS first Friday 1In March May August and November District NoT 0 llollon second Fri 4 4dayin March June September and De cember District No fRoy Hunt third Friday in February May August and November iri District No 7li T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September aud De cember District Xo sl M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and N o vemberrB DEMOCRATIC TICKET For County Judge W IL DUFF it For County Court ClerkIt L CARUOIJ LINDONsrwFor ShcrlffOKOllOE W SAILEY a For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE j f For Asses orJ T CENTEK k For JallerI C B LITTLE 1 For Co Superintendent W TAlLBEK t r orSIIreorIE J CIIEECH- vor Coroner J FRANK SAMPLE t Rules for Christmas Giving willinglyrJGivetactfully Put thought into your giving Dont consider return gifts a Never give to others what you wouldnt want yourself ti The unexpected gift insures a k speciall appreciation- To give ostentatiously is the height of bad taste Give to tho sick and the sorrow ful if you would know the true joy cf giving Never give more than you afford Your friends know your circumstances afl well as you do u yourselfand the pleasure of both giving and receiving is lost rACollect for Club Women t The following prayer deliveredI II at the opening of a omens club meeting at Sagiuaw Mich has considerable value We commendI readerstqtt- I tKeepI usO God from pettiness i let us bejiarge in thought in word in deed Let us be done with fault find ing trod leave off selfseeking ay we put away all pretense t Jmeet each other face to facer tolfpity and withoutprej J ndico May we be never hasty in judg ment and always generous Teach us to put into action our better impulces straightforward tt und unafraid Lot us take time for all things i make us grow calm serene gentle Grant that we may realize it is the little things that create differ ences i that in the big things of r rJ life we areas one f fAndji may we strive to touchand 1 to know the great common wom I ans heart of us all and 0 Lord God let us not forgot to be kindt 1TheJanuary Delineator- r The man who is always trying jbo fiud out what people say of him J Ie la never happy I F f j I 1 1 f r t Aa KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Joseph OBrien of Louisville was ar rested last week on the charge of beating his 16 year o1d wife Ito Farmers of Clark county are preparing grow the largest crop of tobacco ever planted in that county Roc J A Dennett an Ohio county farmer died last week from the result ofr being run over by a wagon The nine Grass Poultry Shows comes ofT at Lexington Jan t to 9I inclusive promises to be the best ever held in the stateIThe SwannDay Lumber Cos store at Beattyville was burglarized one night last week and about 300 worth of goods curried oil tThe police of Louisville are taking a census of the worthy poor and destitute of that city as a guide to facilitate the charity workers Sam Moreland an employe in Indian oil refinery near Georgetown was last week instantly killed by a large build- Ing stone falling on his bead Finley Robey of Franklin died las Wednesday from an injury he received several days before while felling trees in the forest He was only eighteen years of age 5Kentucky congressmen have been no tilled by Secretary Wilson that theirsup ply of garden seed to be distributed to their constituents has been curtailed o per cent rGrady Tucker the sixteenyearold son of W T Tucker a prominent farmer of Stanford who accidently shot himself while hunting Thanksgiving Day died last week of lockjaw The Judge of the Bourbon Circuit court must be a very obligin and accommodating gentleman Duriugthe recent cold snap he adjourned court to allow the jurymen to 0 home and kill hoes The body ot W H Kevil who died at the Masonic Home in Shelbyville r was buried in Princeton last week He was one of the oldest Masons in Kentucky Laving joined the order in Julyt 1S40 J H Hamlin an alumnus of Kentucky University and now a citizen of New Mexico is in Washington to see what he can do about securing statehood for his adopted home He is a native of this stateMrs Elizabeth Stevens of Mt Sterl ing was thrown down by a large shepherd dog and had her right hip broken Owing to her advanced age 90 years her condition is serious and her recovery is doubtful Gov Willson was In Washington the first two or tluee days of the week and Lieut Gov Cox held down the executive chair presumably all who asked for pardons got them provided they were properly indorsed Mike Monyban who shot and kille- R C Benjamin a negro editor at Lexington at an election held in that city iin the fall of 1900 shot at Policeman Hy song of that city Sunday but was arrest ed after a struggle Eight children of Brent Powell and the family of Wm Denson of Danville 1are on the verge of death from the result of drinking what is thought to be poisoned water It is believed that poison was placed in the cooler to poison the two familiesC Holle a former restaurant man of HIckman and who was reported to be killed in Cairo III two weeksago turned up last week Ho was arrested for violating the local option laws and fined 50 in the Police Court He appealed his case to the Circuit Court At the adjournment of the Court of Appeals last Thursday Judge Ed C ORear retired as Chief Justiceand Judge W E Settle will become Chief Justice in January for two years Judge ORear has been elected for another term asI Judge and becomes Chief Justice again f January 1915 Judge Jeremiah R Morton one of the most prominent and best known lawyers in Kentucky dropped dead from heart disease at his home in Lexington Mon day night last and his remians were laid to rest in the Lexington cemetery Sun day by loving friends and old comrades of the lost cause While sealed near an open grate at her home in Danville the clothing of I Mrs Armstead Patterson ignited She I ran into the yard the flames ascending I above her head She was thrown into a rain water barrel by her husband who was also badly burned Although horribly burned Mrs Patterson may reoE coverJWhile running a sawmill in Boyle county Isaac Terry became entangled in he belting and was being rapidly carIried to a horrible fate when the broke just as his body was about to come in contact with the whizzing saw His hand waa frightfully mashed and be was otberwine bruised buthii wouodi I l j l are not of a dancerons character II 4 wrtitmc Easy to Mix This What will appear very interest ing to many people here is the ar ticle taken from a Now York daily paper giving a simple proscription remIedybladder derangement if taken before tho stago of brights disease Fluid Dandelion one half ounce i Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparilln tlmn pupas Phnlce well in a bottle and take 11 iji spoonful doses after each mealI and again at bedtime A well known druggist hero atI home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the in gredients are all harmless and can bo obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or tho mixture would be put up if asked to do so He further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rhumatic affliction with splendid results he wouldtnot be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and back ache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure clean sing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from the blood the foul acid and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our readers who stiller can make no mis take in giving itu trial Greed often gets itself mistaken for necessity o n o DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure to know of the wonderful I = JcuresI j made by D- rI Kilmers SwampRoot 1 the great kidney liver I L and bladder remedy It Is the great medi nineiiilI ofVUI y Dr nKhmers the eml nent kidney and blad der specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou bles and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root Is not rea- ommendedforeverythingbutifyouhavekid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a sample bottle sent free by main also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to troubledwritingmentlon reading = generous offer In this paper and ffK address cDrhamton N Y The I regular fifty cent and n m o8wunpRoot dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists 3oamake any mistake bin remember KJIITIIrSamRootN Y on every oottie Commissioners Notrce WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT A C OIIVKK Plaintiff I EQUITYENotice Is hereby given to the creditor of the Jackson Publishing Company that the undersigned Master Commissiune- of the Wolfe Circuit Court under a l order in the above styled cause will at tend at the law office of Rose Sample iin Campton KY from the brim day off January IJOJ until the 7th day of tan uary 1909 to receive and hear proof o r thatItironby a specified above will be forever barred E T ROSE Mast Com Wolfe Circuit Court Uy B D HOSK D M C W C C GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKE HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on tljo moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse aud will attend all burials when o requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE DAY HOUSE J Hazol Creen Ky Mrs IOU DAY Proprietor Deaf table fare in Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and lighted by tILl throughout and special ac commodations to traveling jnen fliL ii w I Every lady in the hind should avail of our offer nnd secure a pair of 1 patent 8inch shop a for 25 cents Every now subsilibor who adds 25 cents to tho uriof Tnrj HERAIP and every out who pays up and renews for one year cal al so have tho shears by adding 25 cents to the price of the paper u Some SHY I am too high Prove the truth give me It try t TCome in and see me and I will surprise you Have mo fix your tooth and if you are not antis fied I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TIlE TOLEDO BLADETO- LEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per In the United States CIRCULATION 2OOOOO Popular in Every Staten I many respects the TOLEDO II IADI IsI the remarkable raperpuhlishEdonly newspaper especially edited for nation ul circulation It has luau the largest clr emulation for more years than any lIeHpnlwrI printed in America Furthermore it is the willbej us for terms The Xuws of the World so II1eUlilprehendlIlIIeff plnlllinwritten from inception down to date The peoplewholint yet thirst for plain facts That this klJlltof provenbyover 200 subscribers and is cir culated In allparts of the United States InbIishespartments of matter suited to every member of yearWrite i THE BLADE Toledo O Buggies I BuggiesI I i i I I The citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy firstclass buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont han die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere I Y Remember if you want a FIRST- s CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can youCall 1 HazeGreenRespectfullyJOHN H ROSE THINKING OF MOVING WEST II not then make up your mind and write MissouriKansasl ductivc loud that will grow anything under sthe run at prices ranging from Sl15 to 40 an acre and come where lite is made toler funniugAhyxleealnout a mere miserable Hiiblvimnru from the rock rihbed root lnced hillsides as your fur timer and fathers father did when there Is so much goodl laud to be hall yet awhile for rotsbreakfkeepstIs resolution and a little nerve Write me and let uie help you to a better condition IIIN PHIPPS Chart Kansas FIUiteOIQ811tBQtaIe Trees andRrGarden1a 111 WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS- H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY- DR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profeitlonal services to the clil zeni of Hazel Green and nurrouudmg coun try and will answer all calli of affliction Office at his residence adfoinfug Hazel Green Bank 1 I Irf iAll Our Fall Opening- We invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We will show an exceptional array of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including the y famous ACH Trimmed Millinery IIMISSi FALAY LONG BlNlUCKY Ir- I AZELGREEN ACADEMY Winter Term Opens Dec 29 1908 ISpecil1lnttontion will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in proparation for Spring Examinations Time COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for tho SOPH OMORE YEAR in College Tho Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free Write for Catalogues M O CARTER Principal I Money to Burn If you have money to burn d Keep it in tho house where it may be burned lost or stolen r but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank account will give you a hotter business standing inc the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will be pleased to see it there beforo the close of the year 1008 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite tho attention of the people of Hazol Green and vicinity to tho non stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores andVegetablosShield Brand Clothing Dress +1 Goods Latest Prints Domestics eingICQuickhope to merit by fair dealing we are respectfully yours KashftfEUia f uptadateLivory t1 hIiIiJvJi jp Ntt I t 1 1I r P j 711 r 11 rtwrf 4 TJl T W TOWr j ai A Cough Medicine 1rAyers Cherry Pectoral is a regular cough medicine a strong medicine a doctors medicine Good for easy coughs hard coughs desper ate coughs If your doctor i endorses it for your case take it If not dont take it Never go contrary to his advice we publish ourrormulu We banlth aleobol- rromourmadlotoss A1IonreThe dose of Ayers Pills is small only one at bedtime As a rule laxative doses arc better than cathartic doses For con stipation biliousness dyspepsia sick headaches they cannot be excelled Ask your doctor about this Made by the J C Ajar Co Lowell Mtu THE HERALD An infant child of Tom Haddix and wife died Tuesday about noon and was buroid yesterday Friday a young man named Will Center sold to 1 R Legg n weaul ing horse mule for 4500 t Buford Murphy has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a fine mess of birds Several of our citizens attended court at Mt Sterling Monday among whom R II Patton John 11 Rose and Mitch Campbell A twoyearold daughter of Jack Wilson and wife of Bolknap died Saturday night of membranous croup and was buried Sundays afternoon H F Pieratt of Richmond came up Friday was reelected President of the bank Saturday visited some of his friends Sunday and Monday morning left for home Miss Lula Belle Manker who has been attending the Hamilton at Hagerman College at Lexington en route to her home at West Liberty is the guest of Miss Roxie Daniel of this place i At a meeting of the stocks hold ers of the Hazel Green Bank held at the bank building on Saturday Dec 19 1908 H P Pieratt was reelected President E F Cecil Vice President and R H Patton Cashier Seborn Walters a few days ago sold to Lee Ferguson of Morgan county one yearling and one three yearold heifer for 52 He also bought 14 short yearlings from parties in Morgan and Magoffin 1 oountiesbMiss Daisy Day has the thanks t of the editor and his better seven eighths for a nice lot of oranges j tangerines grape fruit etc which l was direct from Florida It was a delightful treat tour and most thoroughly enjoyed SDontfail to read the ad Farm for Sale in this issue If sold at once the purchaser will get a bar gain as it is well improved in a good neighborhood and convenient to cnurch school and storehouse right at the door Dr Vaumoter a surgeon of the eye throat nose etc and Dr Land a voternary surgeon of Lexington were guests of the CecilI House a few days last week during which time they bagged some birds and Saturday morning they left for home Jim Faulkner a young trapper and hunter of this section last week bought 25 steel traps and re marked that he was going after mink muekrut polecat etc He thinks too he has a chance of animalhoreaboutsThis is Worth Reading Lolo F Zeliuski ot 08 Gibson St Buffalo N Y says I cured the most annoying cold sore I ever had with Buoklens Arnica Salve I applied this salve once a day for two days when every trace ot the sore was gone Heals all sores Sold under guarantee at all deal ors 25c i I His Word was ills Bond Frfinkfort Ky Duo 20To keep his promise to Federal Judge Coohran of Muysville Elliott Sal in vers of Magoffin counay left his dying child walked 32 miles to a railroad station spent the last cent be had for a ticket to get to this city and surrended himself to Jail or Bridges to serve a sixtyday sentence for having sold whisky I without a Government license four year jlJoDWhen convicted last spring the sentence was suspended tempor arlly by Judge Cochran so that Salyers could raise this years crop the respondent promising to go to jail as soon as the crop was harvested He wanted to prevent his wife and three babes starving this winter His brother was stricken with measles aud died two weeks ago after Elliott had nursed him Then toe entire family was strick en with the measles Fearing his absence would be misunderstood Elliott set out on footIICecllToliver Married at the residence of the a brides parents Andy Tolivor and wife of Grassy creek Wednesday Deo 23 Miss Bertha Toliver anda Arlie Cecil After the wedding ceremony which we believe was per formed by Rev Harlan Murphy the bridal party repaired to the residence of the grooms parents where a handsome repast was served The bride was a student at the academy hero a few years ago and so deported herself that all her ellowstudent liked her very much The groom is the fourth of Mr and Mrs Ed Cecil near town and is one among the best SV boys in this section sober industrious and honest THE HERALD wishes them all the joys of mar ried life and hopes their pathway may be a long the route of pros perity Henry Ward who is now living Myton Utah recently wrote to- his home folks that he had just purobased two Navajo blankets for which he paid 25 and 20 respect a Lively He also bought a rug for F5 The peculiarity about the workof those Indians is the fact that they turn water like a ducks hack They are made entirely of wool and in coloring weaving and many other peculiarities they defy Yankee ingennity Why is itthus ai Hon Jos P Rose near town has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a nice z roll grown spare rib a whole bine and two large rolls of delightful sausage In presenting it je remarked that the only thing he asked was dont mention it in he paper But we cant refrain from noting such beautiful gifts and we hope he will not take offence For SaleFarm of 100 acres 75 sores bottem fond all timber necessary for farm use good 0 room dwelling and all out buildings barn80x82 Located on State road 8 miles N W of Hazel GreenJ in a good neighborhood school hurch and store at the door fencing in good repair Terms Halfoash and balance on time to suit purchaser 0500 will buy it 4809 At a mass convention held in this precinct Saturday last to nominate a candidate for magistrate and constable respeottively Robt t Brooks present justice peace re calved 69 votes His opponent t Wm H Blankenship received 42 when the former was declared the nominee by acclamation George Byrd candidate for constable was nominated by acclamation The trial of Beach Hargis for killing his father is progressing very slowly at Irvine Up to Tues day night the jury was not com pleted and it is quite procable I that the trial will drag on until after New Years day Later Ten witnesses have been examined Marreid at the residence of S M Tyler near town Wednesday night Deo 10 Miss Pearl Dennis ton and Courtney Barker Rev Jeff Edward tying the nuptial knot J The Rev Irl R Hicks AlMaaa For 1909 ready Nov 15 1008 best ever sent7fit beautiful covers j colors fij portrait of Prof Hicks in colons all the old features I and sevefil1 now ones in the took The best astronomical gear book and the only one containing- the original Hicks Weather Fore By mail 800 on newsstands I 80c One copy free with Word and Works the best 1 in America Discounts- on I almanacs in quantities Agents i wanted Word and Works Pub Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis II- Mo Every citizen owes it to himself to his fellows and to Prof Hicks to possess the Hicks forecaststhe only reliable PEKIN PROBLEMS 0J H McGuire went to Cannel City Wednesday Several from this place ottoud ed church at Ezel Sunday Otis McGuire of Omer is visit relatives at this place Finley and Stanley Ward made trip to Mt Sterling last week Milt Lykius was here taking an part in the recent primary- W T Ward and 0 W Clark bought a nice bunch of cattle last weekG F Neff is moving his saw and grist mill to the Lower Long BranchMiss Roetta Gibbs of this place spent Saturday night with Miss Ada Henry of BonnyPC E Clark principal of the Cannel City graded school visited T Ward and fancily of this place last week Frank Wnrd had thQ misfortune- of losing his house by fire Wednes day night But luckily he had it insured for 1000DDec 21 BUCKt SANDFIELD SIFTINGS o Mrs Rilda Oldfleld is very sick it this writing il Miss Annie Wills was a guest of fancy atron Sunday g Andy Toliver and wife were guests of J B McNabb and wife Sunday q Kelly Cox of Hazel Green was guest of his sister Mrs Rilda Jlark Sunday W T McNabb and wife of HaD el Green spent Sunday with Ot V McNabb and wife Misses Bertha Toliver Cora Murphy and Manifred Toliver of Grassy creek were guests of Maud IpNabb Saturday and Sunday Dec 21 GLENDORA t At an executive meeting of the Ladies Aid Society Monday after noon Mrs F N Day chairman of Soliciting Committee for Bazaar reported that the proceeds of the Bazaar amounted to 9270 Of his amount 1175 was paid by ur treasurer to Mrs Jno H Rose reasurer of church of Christ for ouch and organ sold for church sirs Belle Godsey received 440 for books sold 8880 was given Miss Lou Ward for Cemetery Association and 8880 to Mrs H J erthick for Centennial Offerings for C W B 11 We take this opportunity to hank everyone who io cheerfully lavo to aud assisted in any way the work of the Bazaar Mrs J P Bicknell Pres Mrs Clark Cecil Vice Pres Mrs M 0 Crter Sec Mrs Jno H Rose Tress Cracker Noose who has been a tenant on the farm E F Cecil for the past two years Monday moved to the farm of Uncle Harry Murphy of Murphy fork Crdck er is one of the best corn raisers in tbis section and Uncle Harry is to- be congratnlrtcd that ho secured liraEd McNabb eon of Buen Mc Tabb and Miss Maggie Childers I were married at the residence of the brides parents Richard ChildersI and wife of May town Wednesday Dee 58 SHERIFFS SALE Wolfe Circuit Court Kentucky FARMERS ASM TRADERS BANK against Plaintiff ROY SMITH ETC Defendant Under and by virtue of Ii Vendltio Exponas which issued from the Clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court No 1470 on the ttth day of December 1908 mydeputle1lMONDAY JANUARY 4 1909 it being the first day of County court sell ut public auction to the highest Hlld best oidder at the front entrance to the court house in the town of Campto Wolfe countlKentucky between the hours of 12 oclock m 4 oclock lp m the following described property to witOne house and lot in the town of Campton Wolfe county Ky said house being known as the Columbia Buildii and being the house in which John E Drake now lives and tbe lot being tbe lot on which said building is now situ tedAlso the undivided interest of Roy Smith in and to the S B Smith and Maranda E Smith tract of land situate and located on Devils creek in Wolfe county Kentucky the sale of both tracts of said land being subject to any andal liens existing against same and encum brances thereon at the time of the levy of tbe execution in this case Said sale will Ihe made on a credit of six months the purchaser being require to execute bond with good security for tbe purchase price payable to the plain tiffin the above styled action and bear- Ing six per cent interest from date of ale paidThis 01908 I W COX Sheriff Wolfe County THE VERY BEST tHave any of ourreaders seen are- cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to- send for a copy if for no other pur jse than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers- to criticise and suggest improvements and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father and children in reaching higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supreme 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ouieiIIeand caD do better foe you than- agenn ot eonusion outdone Rdueace soy Bask is LouimIIe Wriw for lzII pots tut sod dipping tags M Sabol A Sons tlBLihcketst WDISVILLEKY J I t L I HOWI KILLED f MYFIBSTjisAII i l INDIAN4 i thi FROM BY BUFFALO BILL PLAINSI1857 I was barely eleven when INI shot my first Indian He was chief I knew that from hl I headdress His namo I never learned Here Is the story My parents with their seven children bad moved from Iowa to Kan sas three years earlier My father had taken up a claim In Stilt Creek valley and built a comfortable home But he was not to enjoy the good daysI that seemed to be dawning for us Kansas just then was torn by t6 slavery feud and in the bitter strife o the time my father after malting an antislavery speech at a nearby post traders store was mobbed and his life breifen d Oh this occasion one of my fathers Irate audience a man Charles Duune by namestabbed my loved parent in the side At the time of the attack I stood unarmed over my wounded fathers body and tried with childish strength to fight off his assailant but though he escaped with life in him from the place where he was assaulted be subsequently succumbed to his injuries and in the following spring be died This calamity deprived my mother and our family of a worthy and esteemed head of the household his death being an incident in the horrid internecine strife that eventuated In the tragedies of the civil war I was then ten years old I could ride any horse alive I had a knack of shooting straight and I knew something about herding cattle I thought these qualities might earn me a living They did A firm of overland freighters Kus sell Majors k Waddell were at Leav enworth One of them Mr Majors had been a friend of my father I asked him for a job as extra on one of his wagon trains The pay was 43 a month a fortune it seemed to me then The work was the sort usually intrusted to a grown man and it meant not only perpetual hustling but a lot of danger as well for the plains In those days were anything but free from Indians This latter thought frightened even my brave mother Boyllke I was delighted at the idea Mr Majors said he would take me on as extra for one trip If I did well I could have a regular job I resoled to do miracles as an extra The train was made up of twenty five loaded wagons each carrying 7000 pounds each drawn by six yoke of oxen and guided by a bullwhack er a driver with a long loud cracking whip Then there was a bunch of loose cattle On this occasion the train was made up of only three wagons and we were driving a large herd of beef cattle to Fort Kearny for the use of Colonel Albert Sydney John ston and his command who were on their way to Salt Lake to fight the Mormons I was only one of several extras Though we always set guard no Indians bad appeared stoppedjthe grass waiting for the pot to boll we heard a scathing volley of shots from a copse Some bullets and a dozen or more arrows whistled into camp Everybody had Jumped up at the first shot But three of our men tumbled over at once as If they had been tripped up Then a number of things happened almost too quickly to describeTwo of Indians were gallop Ing toward us One band stampeded and ran oft our cattle while the other rushed us Our men gave them a warm welcome and sent them back 011 the run But the fight was not over The braves only cantered out of range There they were Joined by oth ers They outnumbered us eight or ten to one We could not hope to stand against such a multitude We bolted for the South Platte river with the savages at our heels and found shelter behind the steep banks From there we opened fire again and drove the following redskins once more out ofrangeFrank McCarthy our boss said our one chanco was to follow the Platte river to Fort Kearny keeping out of sight under its banks So the thirty five mile march began through knee deep water and quicksand Half a day wo kept it up I was dead tired but it was no time for rest or complaining Just the same by nightfall my short legs wouldnt keep up with the proces sion I dropped back little by little still plodding on as fast as my aching feet could move We thought we had given the Indians the slip but I still lugged my short heavy rifle It was a muzzle loading Mississippi Jaeger and carried a slug and two buckshot to each charge The moon had risen and I was try- Ing to catch up with the rest Sudden ly In front of me and at the top of the high bank I saw against the moon thu head and high war bonnet of an In dian chief He was bent double The men ahead could not see him but he I bad his gun leveled at them I knewII If he fired bo could scarcely miss at II that range Some one of my friends must be killed I had halted at sight I of him and he didnt see me I had DO time to think out the situation- I I brought up my rUle and took what aim I could In the deceptive moon UL Whets my fcbta were Just tsSav ti asar boasfa leafier I l 11 Ipulled the tripper The stillness ui the reportstum bled the clilof over tho edge rolling over and over like a shot rabbit till ho landed plump in the water A yell from the band he hnd led and a score of Indians swarmed up to the bank But our men drove them back and they gore up the attack as a bad Job At dawn we limped worn out Into Fort Kearny The soldiers there start Inf slashed scalped bodies of our dead were found beside tho wrecked looted wagonsWhen I I was thirteen my mother was building n hotel for the use of gold hunters for this was late passingII when the gold fever swept and all roads led to Pikes peak Our Salt Creek valley homo lay on one otI the most traveled routes I Hotel building and furnishing are not on the free list So I wanted to help raise money for our Valley Grove House With an older boy named Dave Phillips I planned a trapping trip Winter was setting In when we startedWe bought an os team and wagon to transport the traps camp outfit and provisions and took a large supply of ammunition besides extra rifles Our destination was the Republican river It courses more than 130 miles from Leavenworth but the country about It was reputed rich In beaver I acted ns scout on the journey going ahead to pick out trrlls locate camping grounds i and look out for breakers The infor mation concerning the beaver proved correct The game was indeed so plen tiful that we concluded to pitch a per manent camp and see the winter out We chose a hollow In a side hill and enlarged It to the dimensions of a decent sized room We had seen no Indians on our trip out and were not concerned In that quarter though we were I too goodI plainsmen to relax our vigilance There were other foes as we lscovIered the first night In our new quar nternWe were aroused by a commotion in the corral where the oxen were I confined and hurrying out with our rifles we found a huge bear intent upon a feast of beef The oxen wereII bellowing in terror one of them dashI Ing crazily about the luclosure and the other so badly hurt that it could not get up- Phillips who was In the lend firec1l first but succeeded only in wounding the bear Pain was now added to thersavagery of hunger and the infuriated monster rushed upon Phillips Davetleaped back but his foot slipped on atbit of Ice and he went down with a thud his rifle flying from his hand as IiheA bullet from my rifle entered the distended mouth of the onrushing beargand pierced the brain and the hl1getI mass fell lielcss almost across Daves body The ox had to be killed jDaveswith me came a fortnight later WeI I saw against the moon the head of an Indian chiefIJwere chasing a bunch of elk when I fell and discovered that I could not riseIm afraid I have broken my legal I said as Dave ran to meaPhillips bad once been a medical student and he examined the leg witht1 Youre DII t1IThen he went to work to improvise let splints and bind up my leg and this done ho took me on his back and borecl mo to the dugout Here the leg was stripped and set in carefully prepared splints and the whole bound up se curely He made a pair of crutches tor roe II n I 1 I JMjlojJt 4 rt t1 Tell you what I think Id better do said he Tho nearest settlement is some eighty mlle away and I can daysSupposofor our wagon and come buck for you The Idea of being left alone and well nigh helpless struck dismay to my heart but there was no help for it and I assented Dave put matters into shipshape piled wood In our dug putIting and fetched several days supply of water Mother over mindful of my education had put some school books In the wagon and Dave placed these beside the food and water When Phillips finally set out driving the sur viving ox before him he left behind a- very lonely and homesick boy j During the first day of my confine ment I felt too desolate to cat much less to road But as I grew accustom j ed to solitude I derived real pleasure from the companionship of books Perhaps in all my life I never extractII ed so much benefit from study itA bullet from my rifle entered the mouth of the bear ing that brief period of enforced Idle ess when It was my sole means of making the dragging hours endurable A fortnight passed And one day weary with my studies I fell asleep over my books Some one touched my nnd looking up I saw an in war paint and feathers How said I with n show of friendliness though 1 knew the brave was on the warpath Half a score of bucks followed at the of the first squeezing into the little dugout until there was barely for them to sit down With sinking heart I saw them en but I plucked up spirit again when last a chief pushed In for In this warrior I recognized an Indian that I once done a good turn Whatever Los faults he never for gets a kindness any more than he for ets an injury The chief who went the name of Rafa 1n the Face at once recognized me and asked me why was in that place This chief was the father of the Rain In theFace who n a later year killed General Custer at the memorable battle of the Little Big Horn I displayed my bandages and related the mishap that bad made them necessary and refreshed the chiefs memory of a certain occasion when a blanket and provisions had drifted his way Rain n the Face replied with proper gravity that he and his chums were out after scalps and confessed to designs upon mine but in consideration of auld lang syne he would spare the paleface boy Auld long sync however did pot spare the blankets and provisions and the bedizened crew stripped the dug out almost bare of supplies but I was thankful enough to see tho back of the last of them Two days later a blizzard set in I took an Inventory and found that economy considered I had food for a week but as the storm would surely delay Dave I put myself on half ra dons Three weeks were now gone and I looked for nave momentarily but as night followed day and day grew Into night again I was given over to keen anxiety Hud Phillips lost his way Had he failed to locate the snow coy ered dugout Had bo perished lu the storm Had he fallen victim to the IndiansThe day dawned Star ration stalked into the dugout The wood too was well nigh gone But great as was my physical suffering my mental distress was greater I sat be tore a handful of fire shivering and wretched and despondent Harkl Wrs that my name Choking with emotion unable to articulate I listened Intently Yes It was my name Dares familiar voice and with my remaining energy I made an answering call My voice enabled Phillips to locate dugout and a passage was cleared the snow And when I saw the door open the tension on my nerves go and I wept like a girl God bless you Dave I cried as I my friend around the neck j j I 1IJ Wy Every Monthr tlusedpressiiigdowuTains and could hardly walk At last I took Cardui and now I feel good all the time TAKE I J It Will Help You Cardui is a medicine that has been found to act strengthening cause their work is too hard for them It is not a pain killer but a true female remedy composed of purely vegetable ingredients perfectly 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