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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 w T ww q rr rV rrT Tf r- w r VP ttt t j f 1lh J J i t tl THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD I r t 1 oc= = Established March 4 188S MadeFamonetntheStoryofJonatbaaudl16OoRtiaeatbyMaORell 0 r n- J rfEKOKB OD oShctorrThe AdvancerOwaerTWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THUItb DAY JANUARY 7 1909 NTTMBER 22 1 ttxintton and Eastern Railway Tint Table Elleot June 21 1008 WC T OUND Jo1No3 06- BTATI0NS I DalIxIIy DaUY8ndjSlIlIday I AM Lve PblLveAD1LvcI Jacbaa 6 10m 2 20 pml 7UUuu- Ok 7o n- mIattwe tunct 016 pm 2 26 pm Jo 7 o71Im I 20 pmI to UI- II1orr lt780am 3 41 pmII UII um 3 b0 pmB2u 828Campton au UIIIStantonuwclayLEJnncn 9 00m 507 pm 1U12 um- Wlaobeetir 912 am b 20 pm J UhUIU Ltxton tar 0 86 am 6 05 pOI EAT ROUND No2 Ii No4- II Daily ex = STATIONS Dally an III Bandar rl Sunday H I11225p4l LexingtoD lLo I 7 35 am 2 38 WlDoheter 20 8 13 am 2 48 pSriiancUonV 8 KO pm I 60 pm 40 Clay City 40 II U2 IUDS 68 pm 44 DtOD1144 9 10 am t 4 30 PIDCmpton Jantu 9 38 put I 35pn b7 NI Bridge b7 9 93 IIID I 47 pm 62 Torrent 6l 9 56 am 510 pm 70 BettyveJe Ii am 6 OS pm 1901 OAKJanon 70110 15 am 0 10 pm 9f Jtokion 20 am CONNECTIONS L A E JoHcxiOM Trains Nos 1 and will make connection with the C 4 Olly lo rMt Sterling CAittTdx JuMOMON Trains Nos 12 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Centralf By for Pine Ridge and Campion- BEATTYYUE JuacrioN Trains No 2 will make connection at Beattyville June with the L sad A Railway for passengers to and from BtattyTille OK JUNCTION Trains Nrs 3 and 4 connect with the 0t K Hallway for local itationa on the O k K Railway W A MCDOWELL General MMuag- erOHABJiCOTTaenPaiij Agent i I r Dtllt IetllCU 11a11Wa J I Time Table May 21 1906 WEST BOUND ff 21Dallyez Banday I m Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB 6 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 455 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 a 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 62 22 Wllhurst 6 11 H 8 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 8 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND NO3t = III No 22 Dallye4ii STATIONS = Daily ufldnday SunaP t JEt7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 ftHamptou 13 1H 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 151 B 26 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 t Net 2l and 22 will make cloiefconnectioi art Oj A Ki Junction with No 3 and 4 for point on the Lexington aud Eastern Hall jay M LCONLEY Superintendent nailroaaINol No 2- AIIR1VBDEPART BOO a mCampton1130111- U200dpin0ampton 000 p t No2 No1 ABBlVS DKIART 7 80araiGaTnpn JunolO 05 am 8 80pmCampn Juno 440 pm The Mountain Oentral ntak connection with all L E pas ttttgtfr trains WJ5iarlqurt r Jackson ny i BBPBBSBNTINO THE JOSEPH GREED CO- WviUMl try 8esia and Notions K PoltnMOUTHOHIO Solicit he trade of the merchants of Kant era Kcsntttckyt and- wgiiaranteei prlresi ur qulltyof ioo Hold orders for him IB THOJjE 8 G HAMllK ROSE SAMPLE Att6rneyB and CoanaolorsatLaw CAMPTON KY Thla firm wlUtiTBCtlceln1 all the Courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special ttMdM tffea to Corporation Law and UaMLUfeiguL OfttM JM M Floor Farmers and N JnftJail r 1t t- di I r a tt11 f1 t J t iHhj L COUNTY NEWS0 LoenlllrrrrsofrraerctialICPnSI of w readers espec- ialII distant friends CONSOLATION CHAT I n Asa Millnr wont to Murphy forkl last wool Roscoe Wilson of Dnysboro attended churclrhoro Sunday Arlio Cecil and wife will begin housekeeping in a few days Mrs Myrtle Giblt8 of Glllmor- visited relatives hero Saturday Greene Nane visited friends o dl andSunday brasiefork in Magoffin county last wee k on business Sidney Bishop of Pekin visitedI friends and relatives here Satur day and Sunday lames Parkins visited Mr andI Mrs Wm Puck of Mize Saturm day and Sunday Harry Gardener col ot Days boro preached here Sunday to largo well behaved crowd Jan 4I MONK There IS more catarrh in this section ot the country than nil other diseases put tto- gether nnd until the last few yearn wasi I supposed In lie incurable For a great man years doctors pronounced it a local Ills vase and prescribed local remedies and b constantly Calling to cure with local treatt ment pronounced It incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional 1 disease and therefore requires constitutional 1 treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure manufac 1 U UIt It is taken internally In doses from 10 drops to u tcasjiooiifiil It acts directly on the blood ii nd mucous surfaces of the systemi They offer out hundred dollars for any case iit fails to lure Send for circulars and tes tlmonlals Address F J CH KNKY A CO Toledo 0 sold by druggists T3o Take Halls Family Pills for constipation DAYSBORO DOINGS 0Mrs James Shockey is on the sick list Miss Ida Nickell is on the sick list at this writing Quito n crowd spent Sunday with Dl D Davidson sectsyo u lost week on business James Shockey made a businessI trip to Leo City last week Leonard Nickell left last weekatfor Puducah to enter scholl John Mayaljb sold Jrhu Brewer a miloh cow lost week for 30 pnssedthsoughGreen IJ H Caskay says ho enjoyed his Years dinner as he had a fat gander hisIIl school on tho Wilson fork of Grassy I John Brewer sold C F Gannger a largo boundary of timber Price private esSeveral of tho young folks at tondod mooting at Consolation Sunday I dungtor meeting at Salem Willie Alexander and wife we the guests of James Taulbeo Sa urday night and Sunday SamueldBolknap worn guests of tie writer Saturday night and Sunday Several of the boys wore In this huutingOoorgureport a tine race TAIL 4I SWINOKCAT The two grout lacks in every womans life seem to be love and money k t y A HItli yonrItemsmornlngrondayIfnot he published unless of unusual 1m portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only LANDSAW LACONICSI 0 Hiram Swango lost a horse and1 I steer lust week Lillie the little daughter of W H Dean has been very sick for some time tRollinI Henrier Swango last week wasda Guiro Saturday night thinkd steam grist and saw mill IMiss Sarah Combs has been em ployed by N L Combs to teat I his children this winter IGracie Kash has been very sic with pneumonia fever but seemsI jto bo improving at this writing John Madden lobo aaI tended court at Camptoti Miss Carrie Chambers gave a social Saturday night and all the young folks reported a nice time Misses Sarah Bertha Jane an Susie Combs visited Miss Gracie Kash who is sick Monday even tugj jtoli the farm ofJM Swango for some time will move to the farm of L W Combs We ore glad to say that Rev Robert Murphy who has been illl 11 for some time was able to go to On nipton Monday TiThe following took dinner with 1 W Combs Sunday Misses Ollie Swango and Carrie Chamber i JMessrs W H Kash Roscoe IVell Cleveland Chambers Eugene Hor ton and Emery White Jan 4 ANON The Rev Irl R Hicks Almanac For 1009 ready Nov J5 bigger and better than ever by mail 85i cents on news stands 80c OnoI copy free with Word and WorksI monthly magazine at 1 a year Word and Works Pub Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo 1 LEE CITY LOCALS 0Everyone reported a flue XmasI this place The roads are pretty bad from here up to Camps We are not appreciating the nice weather enough protrnc Several left here Thursday for Borea where they will enter echo bliss Efiie Bryan who has bee n sick for sometime is intprovi a very fast Vise Pearlio Taulbee has be I I visiiting her sister bireJHDun for a few weeks The Craigs and Waukins had a little scratching match on Green- brier Saturday Misses Gallic and Addie Rose of Trent attended church here Saturday I and Sunday Greere Satt urday and Sunday Mofn Cable were married Thursday at tho home of the bride Roe and Price Taulbeo visited Taup1 Jan 4 LHUE Ask a girl what she wants for Christmas and who will answer Dont givo me anything more than you can afford 11 Hltid d J1mJ STILLW1IGr l 0Mrs S C Rose iavoryBiokwith fever at this writing J M Rose Srj his jUst corn plated a tWorottm lxiidinltobeas a kitchen to trisdwelifng- Shenff J W fx r0mptoni exlptoSII on Red fiver The eenosot miftltitfgi Ire itiH1 being held at the bridgo by Rev J J Tact and J 0 Barker with good atteaairicv Chas B Rose ft tortateaitlttan of this pbtirity b ndirgTeirlrhmt I of Woodman Ill toobBfok tfliiB day bat the wrtter7eooitlid slet stating that hisftitig Willie Sho mk rhQwasI intooebcWelisstorei Y jI before Judge G T Conterat Htilf water church house but was not proven guiltyt DoMINaotThe ROT Irl R Hicks Almanac 1008hbest ever sent oat beautiful covers Pankthe old fea tares and several tiew ones in the took The best astronomical year coutaininye g cast By mail 85o on news stands 80c One copy free wit iWord and Works the best Discountdon inquantitici Agents wanted Word and Works Pub Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis 1 Every citizen owes it to himself to his fehowe and to Prof Hicks to possess the Hicks nI forecasts the only reliable GftftftYGll o J D Barker is assisting J D Co in invoicing thei goods IThe school at this place closed sBtteacher qevedoDlpentWodnesday er and familyIMiss Nolda Davis of Ezel isi visiting her sitter Mrs Delta Gev edon this week A social was given by Wa ran Patton Saturday night large crowd was present Stephen G Sample passed through here en route to West Liberty on legal business Rev W F Lykins left last1 Saturday J for Stillwater whore he will assist holding the protracted meet Jag IHon J P Hariey arid wife oC West Liberty visited their ma friends at this place during the holidays Married at the residec8 of H1Barker Thursday December 24 Miss Oassie Henry and Roll Nickell of Ezel 11Dr E C Gevedon wife and little son Victor spent Saturday Jgtil Govodon and wits o Methne I ante but the oily thfrigJI received i was a package of chewingKum v Revs W L Gevedon and J L Johnson have just closed a series of protracted Bvices tvthe Beth any Therewere 18 additions to church and many convdtts yournig I el1 ii Green this term Among thetn c Miss Evalena Stabp r Claude McClude and Leonard Stamper Jan 4 DouNo J EZBL fiVOLtridVl I j oSchool closed here Wednesday J E Goodwin will leave for Hazel Green Monday Colds have attacked quite a number in this section Charlie Cecil made a bruinea trip to McQittifffy Friday I j- J t lfl Ova Kash J pnssad XAYMiss Ninnie Motley who too improvingvery Quite a crowd was well enter MurphyThorsdayevening Miss Bertie Cecil visited her ofGrassyMiss Winifred Sample Daniel and Ezra Henry and Ben Davit G1Monday i Misses Lizzie and Lena Childere spent Thursday night and Friday JncobHenryMisses Nanny Lou and Xell CH t cil were guests of Misses Winifredi II allcSondaylIissii jII the visit Thursday night Jan 8 AKHOK VITK j INSKO INSPIRATIONS 0Robert Burton of Dale was here Sunday David Rndd was horo a few days on businessago II K H Risner made business trip to Lee City a few days sinceII busineiAllen Meadows and wife ofj Cannel City visited here last week Sam and Tom Lykins of Cane wore here a few days ago on hue nelBHenry I I jj IsfeettabSunday r I W H Elam visited his brother r SatudayalidSundayII frIlanElamJ W oen the Spinnel fork to R L Baileyy of Morehead for 250 tAlvin and Harlan Oldfield of Grassy passed through hers enjcjI routs to Magoffin county Jan 4 KATII MINUTESt oAof Red river sot his farm to Jim Wilson for gpF Rev Harlan Murphy is hoMing 01 j j echohouseSilas Nester ol Chapnl IIrl1l1chII II moved to the Henry I last week Flave Cecilof Cnnsnlntiou 18 Cee Ben Murphy sold Tint Haven of Long Brunch night headof l calves last week for 05 ieSam Hensley sold his fnrm ntorPekin to Billy Hnlsey MrHeu sley will move to Kansas As gas was a scarce article this week the writer had to catch U news from other points spentSnturdavI of Mrs Laura Belle Murphy Uncle Hiram inner of Evill visi iited friends at this place lust woe k Ho gave us some fine solutions on his old fiddle while Lora Wellington Rose of near fLee City owns a cow which will bo three years old in the spring ami is the mother of two pair of twin calves Uncle Hiram G veer of Ezil raptly bought a farm from Mrs Fannie McGuire 1of Pokio for presenttheet1tu 3 rs Sarah Sheets who will occupy itI j Jan 4 JOTII ItI If you have any saddles or horII i ness that need repairing take thomIjI to S F Reynolds ami sue how neatly and cheaply he can do ti I obul4L I KENTUCKY KERNELS errtChronicled fachkI riers car Gov Willsou refused to nccept the resignation of Dr J G Matthews as admember of the State Board of Health hilt wrote and asked him to hold on a 1 while BuyersatFranklin have bought 2000 000 pounds of tobacco at an average of cents mill the farmers of Simpson county ended tilt year in a very proM peroux condition Fire nt Sanders Thursday morning de stroyed the residence of Mrs lames Hnr low who was so badly burned that she died jut after her rescue She wns wid ofx 1r0M t Norman magistrate of Bonne county for 211 years died at Union Thursday last and Magistrate Hubert of Konton county died the same day + so the Governor will hoer two vacan cooties to fill After a three dnys examining trial Frank Prater and Fred Prater were held over to the Carter Circuit Court in the sum of 110000 bail each on the chargemf StamperI 4s At Pre+tonsburg Wednesday night of lust week Geo Hunt was instantly kill seriouslyI i escaped to the hlllit and has nut been arrested r The Missouri Pacific railroad has tofu promised the damage suit for the death 3104Yttogether with all cost On July 2 1908 SimpsoDjo ICha Schwab the great steel magnate ays that Kentucky with her 1GOOO square miles of coal lands rivalull the cool of Europe and that the coking coal loff Katern Kentucky is in every way to that of the Connellsville district I10 lPennsylvania The 20 round busing bunt scheduled y ito come oil lit the Lexington opera house Thursday night last was stopped before Marvin Hart of Louisville and Juke t fc chreckof Cinuinnat appeared on the tnge Over 4000 people were III the ity to witness the event welltoImouths duration of a complication ofSonedl WAS an old ederal soldier and drew n pension M At a stormy meeting of the City IIcelleII id lF Iitensesl UlltilIJanunrylDlitfho primary election held in the Twentyfifth Judicial district Thursday lat between Judge tae M Benton present cumbent and Hon JJ Smith Days resulted in an easy victory in Judge Benton who carried every precinct in the four counties of Madison Jessamine Powell and Clark but two nighther Lyon county accidently inflict ed on uim elf proved fatal While returning with his wife from a neighbors Ihouse to his home Christmas eve Fox lt is sold was flourishing a pistol when It was discharged the bullet entering Foxs stomach He was expected to be a wittne s for the Comomnwealth in the night rider cases The 1eoplos lank incorporated as Niiccessor to the bank of same name 1 which was n branch of Citizens Bank of Brudhed opened for business at Bit Vcrnon Thursday in its splendid new i000 building It starts with a capital of 20000 and deposits to the amount of 10000 I 11 Baker is presdent and leJL1 B Sulin cashier Mt Vernon has t u banks both solid institutions kf presia1Cllthow will never end lames H Parrish president of tho Oweusboro Saving Bank and Trust Company und T S Anderson president of the DavlessCounty Bank and Trust Companv wart indicted by the juryIhuradsyutterno0nonchargesie money under faire prelcnresI I 1f A Jjt I THE HERALD I Entered at the Ilniel Oren Po oiaoeaiteoond claitmntter SPfiHOEB COOPER Edit HAZEL GREEN KY i THURSDAY Jan7t 1909 OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU WOMEN Nursing the Best Paid Occupation The Philadelpha School for Nurses 2219 Chestnut Street Phil1 adelphia Pa offers Free Scholarship in Trained Nursing to young women in every State in the Union The Scholarships cover the full c Two Years Course with rooml board uniforms laundering etc included and railroad fare paid to home town or district upon the completion of the Course- A home study course and a short resident course are also provided which quickly open the door to opportunity Via and enable students to render a noble service to humanity and at the same ti acquire for themselves a substan tial income from the best paid occupation now open to women be sides qualifying every student to deal with emergencies in the home that may mean the saving of loved ones life- Farseeingi philanthropists are ijtladding to the resources of this t Schoolwith the view of ultimate ly extending these benefits to earn est energetic young women in all1 country districts and in all the I cnller towns andcities The Institution is approved and Yfendorsed by leading physscians and educators of the entire country I Some of the leading men of this i State are its strong supporters and endorsers as will be seen by tbeI t catalogue which will be sent to any one who writes to the School for it CAMPTON CURRENCY a A F Byrd of Winchester is iin town lt5Claude Stamper went to Lexing ton Monday on business v vMrs Ellen Drake is very low r rwitha cancer and is not expected i liveMrs Lou E Tutt of Gosneyville is visiting friends and relatives here this week t Miss Effie Elkins who has been here visiting left yesterday for Winchester where she is in the millinery trade Mrs Gertrude Ouey and son ot I Haze Green have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Isaac Elkins for about two week f Miss Edna Shackelford Sa Shack and James Tutt of Gosney ville accompanied by 0 S Gos ney of this place left for Berea Mondayt1 The following young folks were guests of Miss Inez Gosney Satur iidaynight Misses Alice and Maud Tyler and Verna Hanks Messrs Finley and Fred Hanks and Geo BumgardenerJohn and Lon Tutt wh e have been in Oklahoma for som time visited home Christmas They left for home Monday ac I companied by Jim Gosney and r wife and Ed Cope I Jan 4 Tops FORK ROAMINGS t DOSE 0James L Duff went to JohnsonI Friday Addie Shockey was at Lee City I Monday JMFv Frazier Cecil of near Ezel s on business there Hurtof Greenbrier was her on business r Steve Allen of Campton visit ed here from Saturday until Mon dayEarl the infant child of Ed r Lewis was severely bitten by a dog but is improving Andy Elam who has been on the sick list for about two week is able to be out a ainEMrs E BOney of Hazel Green 1 Jwas the guest of her daughter Mrs A A Duff during the hall daysJan 4 ROBE Dr J N Rankin a prominent J physician of Winchester and Miss Hazel Ringo of Hazel Green wore married in this city last Thurday rMt Sterling Gtwtle p L Z W4 i A t J NETTY NEWS t oat Roe Patrick sold his farm to J H Lykius for 400 r1ArthurI Keeton went to Salyers ville Saturday on business Miss Letha Patrick and W B Adams left for West Liberty Sat urday to attend school rGArthur Keeton and Leonard Patrick visited J R Prater of Bloomington Saturday and Sunday 1Pearl Gullett and sister Maud Kivenbynight Jan 4 LACK Indigeston Ends You can eat anything your stom ash craves without fear of a case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach iif you will occasionally take a little Diapep sin after eating vefour meals will taste good and anything you eat will be digested intomacid or poison or stomach gas which causes Belching Dizziness a feeling of fullness after eating Nausea Indigestion likes lump of lead in stomach Biliousness- a Heartburn Water brash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptoms Headaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedy is used Diapop sin really does all the wark of a healthy stomach It digests your meals when your stomach cant Each triangule will digest all the food you can eat and leave noth ing to ferment or sour Get a large 50cent case of Popes Diapepsin from your druggis andI start taking today and by tomorrow you will actually brag aboutI your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and everything you want without thei slightest discomfort or misery and every particle of impurity and Gasi that is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away without the use of laxatives or an other assistance CIVIL SERVICE JOB OPENS Announcement is Made of Com petitiyo Examination to be Held in Lexington Competitive examinations are to be held in Lexington to fill the following positions in the Unite- States Civil Service on the dates indicated Applicants are direct ed to use a postal card in making requestsInspectors Assistant male1 tmo 1200 Jan 13 Assistant Curator male Nati oual Museum 100 per month Jan 4 Assistant Bureau o f Mines 1 i Philippine Service 1800 Jan 4 Assistant Engineer of Test 1200 Watertown Arsenal Mass i Jan 6 OperaeHull Draftsman 100 to 12 per month January 67 Editor Office of Experiment Stations Dept Agriculture 1500 i Jan 67- Land Law Clerk 9001600 1 Jan 67- Local and Asst Inspector of Boilers New Orleans La 1800 Jan 67 Draftsman Marine Engine and Machinery Jan 678 Electricians Helper 50 perr 18eMetallographist Water Arsenal Mass 1200 January 18 Medical Interne Female Government Hospital for Insane 600 with maintenance Jan 13 Chemist and Assistant Chemiet Ptcatinny Arsenal Dover N Jf16001400 Jan 1814 Juniori Physicist Geological 10801500 Jan 1814 i For application blanks address W Rucker Seat Civil Service J Board PO or C W Moss See dCinoinnatidj A Kansas City woman has asked for a divorce because her husband does not talk to her Now it will be the duty of the court to fiud out iif she everpave him a chance I tif I t tJL J U ow Women Tis Well as Men Are M Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls courages and lessens ambition beauty vlgo I L t and cheerfulness son 1dluppearwhen the kid neys are out of order or diseased 1asbr il thatltlsnotuncommonfora iJ afflfcftd with weak kid t = nets If the chU1 irm ales too often If the urine scalds the flesh orifwhen the child reaches an age when It should be able to wllhbedwellingthe difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttrouble thekidneyssupposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheofSwampRootby lrurgIstJ1ln fifty cent and one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall uomaaswawpoorlog thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer ft Co Blnehamton N Y be sure and mention this paper pot make any mistake but remember llw name Swamp Root Dr Kllmrri BinghamtoaN A red nosed man may not Ibe a drunkard but he will always be considered one WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge AttorneyItI Meets third Monday in January first j Beltlember WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge G IJ STAMPER County Attorney KODEIIT L CARKOLL Clerk Meets first Monday lit each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesday In October MAGISTRATES COURTS FrIdayInber District No2Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and November FridayinDistrict No4I It Legit first Friday in March May August and November District No 5T C Hollon second Fri day In March June September and December District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District No7D T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and De cember District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and No vember A critic says no unmarried woman over 45 is fit to teach Do any school marms ever reach the age i of 467 QUARTERLY REPORT OF TilE riil i iiiDSii i JAtAt the close of Business Dec 31 1908 RESOURCES 1 Loans and Discounts 5248290 2 Overdrafts secured 8 Overdrafts unsecured6x22394 Due from National Banks 707441 5 Due from State Banks and Bankers 6 Due from Trust Companies 7 flanking House and Lotno 427702 8 Other Real Estate 9 Mortgages 10 US HondA 11 Other Stocks and Bands 12 Specie 103150 13 Currency 152900 810050 14 Exchange for Clearings 15 Other Items carried aa Cash 10 Furniture and Fixtures 193375 17 Fund to pay Taxes 18 Current Expenses Laqt six months 02538 Give description location value and how long own edall real estate except banking house and lot if any owned longer than five years 7015109 LIABILITIES 1 Capital Stock paid in in cash 2000000 2 Surplus Fund 120000 Profitsd 2800 Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to cheek on which interest is not paid i 0v no 3840391L paidDemandis Time paid certificates of deposits on which interest j is paid 1042545 Savings Deposits on which interest is paid Certified Checks 5 Due National Banks 3307 6 Due State Ranks and Bankers f 7 Due Trust Companies 8 Cashier Checks outstanding ti 9 BIlI rediscounted 10 Unpaid dividend unpaidll SUPPLEMENTARY 1 Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including in the llablli Ity of the company or firm the liability of the in indirectlyifbtat stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of that bank None 2 How is indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured See Section 583 Kentucky Statutes 3 Highest ainount of indebtedness of any director or officer If the amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank None lSee Section 683 Kentucky Statutes 4 How is same secured Personal property 6 Does amount of indebtedness of any person compa ny or firm including in the liability of the tompa ny or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 per cent of paid up capital and actual surplus No Ifaostate amount of such indebtedness 6 Amount of last dividend Passed 7 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes deduct ed therefrom before declaring dividend andwas not leasTtbmn 10 perceat of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend car riedto the surplus fund before said dividend was declared t Yes See Section 596 Kentucky Statutes 8 Are any branch institutions being conducted by your Bank No Heft your institution yet started business in its trust department Rae none 17015109STATECOUNTY OF WOLFE j 811 J P BR1BPEY Cashier of the Farmers and Traders Bank a Bank organized 1902 located and doing business in the town of Campton in said county being duly sworn sayi the foregoing report is in all respects a true state meat of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 31st day saysthatf elsewhere that no branch banks are being conducted and that the above report IsIin compliance with an official notion received from the Secretary of State the 31st day of December 1908 as the day on which such report shall made alD1 JNO L COX Director heGSubscribed and sworn to before me by J P BRISSEY the 6th day of Janu ary 1909 8 G SAMPLE Notary Public Wolfe County Ky My commission will expire June1910r j I irr kJ tmoih L M Our Fall Opening- We rll t invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We StylishStreet f t 4famous ACH Trimmed Millinery v MISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GREEN + KENTUCK H HAZELGREEN ACADEMY Winter Term Opens Dec 29 1908 r Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in preparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the tk best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet SfATJpLThe ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPHOMORE YEAR in College The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers ya 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 Money to Burn VIf you have money to burn Koep it in the house where it may be burned llost or stolen but if you want to keep it safely where it will always ba ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank Y account will give you a better business standing iu tho community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is iiot onoiir books wo will be pleased to seei it there beoro tho close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK It Kash JohnsonKashDEALEII General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the people of hazel Oreon and vicinity to tho 4ff new stock of goods they hove jest roceivud embracing gowirnl stores Staple and Fancy GrnceriuH toots and Shuts Clothinir Fruits and Vegetables in season Funnem Hardware itfand especially their Shield Brand Clothing Dress of Goods Latest Prints Domestics IeingQuickto merit by fair dealing wo yoursKash Kash uptodateLivery l +L t iY J t 1 Ifoj7r T V rIlrTL TH IfI WWl n 9 rSJ Oj THHJUI ii zt1I-r j f 1j w 4 3 I j L 4 J = 1 f J1olf Wag II NeedltAsk your doctor atfut the wisdom of your keeping Ayers Cherry Pectoral Iip the house ready for colds coughs croup itbronchitis If he says its all get a bottle of it at once j Why not show a little foreslghtln such matters Early treatment early cure publish our ronaalM Aw9frombmnlh our zn alcohol d1tnu Its wpyens N- eoaeaayear dour Many a boyls called dull and stupid luylivertor will tell you that an occasional dose greatdialrte+ iIbte3 a Ayer Co LonxauT TliE HER1L j Robert M Cecil of Stillwater visited his sister i Aunt Nancy Swnngo one night last week Blair MoLin of Jackson came in Tuesdnjf and has been visiting yhis brother R J McLin of this place Bufold Nickell above Daysboro a fow days since opened a vein of clear clean coal measuring 42 inches Miss Salve Long will close her school in a few days when she will go to Hyram College Ohio to take a course there Say if you area behind with your subscription dont you think it is about tjme to pay up We dont want to dun you Drs Nickoll and Stamper paid Winchester a flying visiting last week going down Tuesday and re turning Friday evening John and Clny borne Johnson of- T lega wore guests of their kins men H H SwiniRo and family from Sunday until Tuesday fJE Goodwin dentist is located at the Cecil HOUBO for a few days and in prepared to do first class work tin the guarantee plan Misses Pulay Long Lula Nick elland Virginia Day left Satur day for Cannel City where they woro guests of Mrs Everett Bach Mrs Lee Caskey has the thanks of the editor and better seven eighths for a lump of nice souse and she sure knows how to make it Doc Stamper was in town Mon day to bring his son Leonard and his niece Miss Evalina Joe Stam pers daughter to the Academy Mrs W T Caskey who has been confined to her bed about t three weeks with some head and throat trouble is able to be out againeThe many friends of Taylor Day will be glad to learn that in all f probability he will be athome in a few weeks and take charge of his affairs W B Johnson having resigned the Board of Trustees of Hazel Green at a meeting held Tuesday night appointed Ellsworth Lacey town marshal John W Cravon has been em ployed by the Cumberland Pipe Lino Co to take up all recent cases of damage andhas entered upon the wornk Miss jIbr pcoMillor who spent the holidays with homefolka at Louisyirlo hlJ rettfrned and re siTuied llier ilutiea as instructor at Hazel Green Academy Frank Trim bio tof South Elk Icvhorn tfrniikUii county and a sou oxCongressnfan South Trimble of the Ashland district has boon visiting relatives herV for a week + past The regular meeting of the C W B M will b0 hoed at the resi deuce of MrsEf SIRusaellt1on day afternoon t280 oclock i Mies Hines wilj be the leader and all are invited The subject for ducuBsiou ie What the C WB M line accomplished tr j L1 L r r A Horrible HoldUp Abotit ten years ago my brother was held up in his work health and happiness by what was be Ilaved to be hopeless consumption writes W R Lipscombs of Wash ington N C He took all kinds of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no help till ho used Dr Kings New Die covery and was wholly cured by six bottles He is a well man to day Its quick to relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lungs Hemorrhages Cough and Colds Bronchial La Grippei Asthma and all Bronchial affec tions roc and 100 Trial bot tle free Guaranteed by all dealers The town board met Monday night pad resolved henceforth to strictly enforce the town ordi nances The town lockup was or dered to bo put in first class con dition and hereafter all who are finedand do not pony up the push will be incarcerated in that hostile at night and work on the streets during the day until the fine shall have been paid The Board is de terminod to put down all forms of lawlessness and calls upon all good citizens to aid them President Helps orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The Industrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Insti tution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and KidnoyII troubles We regard it as the best family medicines on earth It invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetitej To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children or rundown people it has no equal Best for female cumplaints Only 50c at all deal ets Auxiliary Program of the C W B M Day Sunday Night Jan 10 at 6 30 o clock Orghn VoluntaryMrs Poteet Invocation Mrs Frank Presidents AddressMrs Carter SongThe Kings Business Congregation The C wn rIAlma nnd Purposes tlIel Hines The 0 W B MA Fulfillment of the Great Commission Miss Miller Kong By Juniors The C W B MA Spiritual Forco in the- Receptiun ChurchlIrs Pnteet Is It Nothing to You- Rowena Kash Circle of PrayerLed by Mrs Derthick SoloLead Kindly Light Mrs Poteet The Message of the Postage Stamp Angelina Rose Susie Rice Golden Shackelford PantomimeIndia Sad India Congregation- C W B M BENEDICTION Brave Fire Laddies r often receive severe burns putting out fires than use Buckleus Arnica Salve and forgot them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Boils Ulcers Felons i best Pile cure mace Relief is instant 25c at all dealers For SaleFarm of 100 acres 75 necIeSBarydwelling and all out barn 00x82 Located on StatenI road 8 miles N W of Hazel Green in a good neighborhood school church and store at the door Fencing in good repair Terms Half cash and balance on time to suit purchaser 6500 will buy it 4809 Mrs Maud Kash of Fronchburg a graduate of Hazel Green Academy and lately student at Ham ilton College Lexington will soon leave for Hiram Ohio wnore she will take a course study and com plete her education at that far famed educational institution She will go at the same time Miss Susie Long does I Clyde Davis son of our follow townsman John B Davis who now lives in Lexington has been visit ing friends at Ezel and in our town and vicinity for a fortnight pnatII o 4 D B Collinsworth of Neola was in town Tuesday morning to enroll four of his children at Ha zel Green Academy Ho will soon remove to Hazel Green if he can rent property to suit him Monroe NIckell of Grassy creek p prominent lawyer of of Morgan county was here Monday taking depositions He was engaged Tues day Wednesday and the case is bo tweon Brewers and Taylor iI 1 Clayborne Johnson and Miss Della Legg graduates of Hazel Green Academy and John John son a former student of the same institution left Tuesday morning for Hiram College Ohio A watch meeting was held New Years eve night at the millinery store of Miss Falay Long which was attended by several of the young people to watch out the old year and welcome in the new The two young men who took from an outside corner of our office a walking stick Friday last will confer a favor upon us if they will return the sumo to thisyjflice and no questions will bo asked In a blind tiger fight in Bridge Hollow just outside of Jackson about 2 J13 oclock Monday after noon William Douglas was shot and killed by Arthur McPheraon Douglas lived about one hour after he vas shot Miss Maude Johnson who has betm keeping house for Ellis John son loft before Christmas for her home on Canoy and Mr Johnson and his children luivo been taking their meals with OHO Dyer and wife since tthat time A reception was tendered young John Bellof Lexington at the home of Hon Joe Rose near town Saturday night Soveral of the young ladies and young men of our town were in attendance and all enjoyed themselves nicely Fred Haddix and his dog last Sunday morning killed an otter measuring three and a half feet from end of nose to the endof back bone He has the skinI stretched and anticipates a fine price for it It is the only otter ever captured in this immediate section Trenton N J Dec 15 100S Editor HERALD Hazel Green Ky You will find enclosed 100 to pay for TilE HERALD from Oct IS 1008 up as far as it goes Please change my address from Mercer yule to Trenton N J R F D 8 Yours trulyMrs LIZZIK KOEDEB Aunt Jude Wills who makes her home with Sebron Trimble andwho fell and hurt her hip and backon the night of the Dec 15 suffer ed terribly for a while but under treatment of Dr GM Center has so improved that she feels better than for a year past Miss Poarl Troy who has been visiting in Jackson for several weeks past returned home Friday evening and with her running mate Miss Nancy Mnpel is non prepared to trim ladies hats null do other things to enhance the beauty of our beautiful girls Cull upon her and see Some man who owns land and could muster up a littlo public spirit and energy could make a good sum of money and at the same time increase the population of our little town if ho would build some neat three to five room cottages Ho could rent or soil them without trouble and either way havo a nice income Who will tithe hold and attend to it Inadvertently we last week fail ed to mention the visit of a young lady to the homo of Mr and Mrs Sam Kasb where sho is a most welcome guest and the apple of Lucilles eye Indeed the latter thinks she is the prottiest little baby in the land and their papa thinks ho now hoe two of tho pret tiest girls in Kentucky Dr A C Nickell was master of ceremonies and the mother is doing well a a aw no- I I IRhenmatism Recipe A wellknown authority onI I Rheumatism gives the following t valuable though simple and harmless I prescription which anyone cast easily prepare at homo Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce j Compound Kargon one ounce j Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and tako n teaspoonful after euch meal and at bedtime He states that the ingredients can bo obtained from any good prescription pharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable ex traction are harmless to takeIThis pleasant mixture if taken regularly for a few days is said to overcotjo almost any case of Rheu matism The pain and swelling if any diminishes with each doso until permanent results are ob tainedand without injuring the stomach While there are many socalled Rheumatism remedies patent medicines oct some of which do give relief fow really give permanent results and tho above will no doubt be greatly appreciated by ninny sufferers here at this time Inquiry at tho drug stores of this neighborhood elicits tba in formation that these drugs are harmless amid cun bo bought sepa rately or the druggists hero will mix tho prescription for our read ers if asked to Dont bring a lot of old clippings to an editor and tell him they will do very swell to fill up with but bring him a cabbniro and spareribs IIu can fill up hotter on them Dont get a Divorce- A western judge granted a di vorce on account of ill temilper nod bad breath Dr Kings N r Life Pills would luwo prevtiitd it They cure Constipation cassias i bad breath and Liver Troiii the illtemper dispel colds inish headache conquer chills jk at all dealers Every lady in the land should avail of our offer nrtd sicur Ui pair of 1 patent 8inch shears fur 2a cents Every new subscrii er who adda 25 cents to the uric of THI HERALD and every one who pays up and renews for one year can al so have the shears by adding 25 cents to the price of the puperI Some say I am too high I Prove the ttruth give me a try fpflfCome in and see me and 1 will surprise you Have me Ux your teeth and if you arc hot satis fled I lose Aint that fair J H STAMlKH Dentist Huzel urnm Ky W i b WW Nile Wiuonaslafg BoURq x WINUllbsTEK KY X II WITIIEUSIOOV President 1 IMIil Up Cilptlnl I SIOOOOOOO Uuillvllel Trolllx I 11000000I- IiiiuMomp Y l ti ult nt UJfuvur I t t sooooooo This hank solicits the accounts otI imerchant 1unners traders ami bus lues men tijiiitrallytbroughoiit East ern Kvntiickv and ewers Its ersHVery acuity ami the terms within the limits of CU811I011 I basking j a i 4 Mt B F BOLEft- GUNDEETAKBE CAJWPTOW KY the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS ii itug counties that lipiarrii a line of Collins inkels Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away IIboarsI II I I JVann iiinl hacks Ilirninhcd fnneraU Also can till union for toinlM nip + fit QEWELL C 1 tINotaiv Public STILL WATER KY Oders his irote annul services In citizens o Wolfu county nun solicits rho patronage ol allwho way iave legal papers to execute Office at fill resilience on Stillwsler = I I CHRISTMAS j I I WILL SOON BE J JI I i HEREI I MISSES MAPEL TROY have just received a pretty line of Christmas Gcntls something that Is useful as well as ornamental Do sot full to call mid buy KtincihiiiR that will gladden the little ones Clitei up your wife or daughter by buying them a prttty coat mid bat priceWe TREEinI I presentsII I I line lemollsI for the bananas apples cranberries etc etc Auy young man can bo suited in our Christmas line if he wishes to buy some thing for his best girlall and see uf IAZEiIJIGRBBN and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call andexamine our new stock of fall and winter goodsIwhich for cash will be sold lower than ever before PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yardjjI Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROSII Sam Kash of the firm Kash c Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept soII busy that they have notime to jj- write an advertisement and he says if they had a new ad theyIwould have to hire another as sistant for which they can not make room with the goods This offer of The Herald will appeal i especially to Wome- nSELFTIGHTENING SHEARS t- F u L= L c jOi tj I I iii un Ii i NeuralgiaPains Are the result of an abnormal condition of the more prominent nerve branches caused by con gestion irritation or dis ease If you want to relieve the pain try Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They 4 4often relieve when every thing else fails They leave no disagreeable aftereffects Just a pleasurable sense of re lief Try them I have ncurnlpla hendaelia runt v over my OVCK and I nm really afraid that my eyea will burst II nlxo hate ncuralpla vain uround my heart I havo been talslnc Dr Mle Anti Pain Tills recently and find they rev lieve these troubles quickly 1 seldom find It near to take more than two tablet for compldo relief JIH8 KATHKKIXl3 11AKTOX 1117 Valley St Unrlhnite Xto I have awful nptlu of neuralgia find havo doctored n grant deal with out KtttlnK much benefit For tho last two years 1 have been taking Dr Miles AntiPain nils lint tlay always relieve me I have been so bad with ncurnljrla that I sometimes thought I would igo crazy Sometimes It Is necessary to tnko two of thim but never more and they are afire to relievo me MRS FKUTUEU 2434 Lynn St Lincoln Nob Your druggist sells Dr MHts Anti Pain Pills and we authorize him to return the price of first package only If It falls to benefit you Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind f ot ySrtWB The lowest priced good substantial lawn and jar den fence built Write for catalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb Ill Kansas City Mo T i A BOOK O- FMYSTEif f- IS fr fi r i L The YeW 1Y l Mary Harriott Norris w t 12mo Cloth 309 pales SlOO Order of Your ttpoksclltr or the Publisher f RICHARD G BADGER i Publisher Boston t asiasarrns KILLTHE GOUGES ua CURE THE LUNGS WITH DrsKiogs New Discovery FOR COUCHSPRICEtree I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACXGll Oil MONEY REFUNDED qya isWeFURSHides and Wool Feather Tallow Btef wax Ginseng q Golden Se lVtIowRoot May Apple Wild Ginger etc We are dealer nubliihed in 1856O r Wf a centur ia lDuinojlJeandCUIi do betterlm you tdati anon or conunitton merchant Hdrur Dank in LoaiiviHe Write for mi U t pnot lilland thippuig ta- N Sabcl Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY t I 4 p lIoh V m FMIfINfi TIlE BAD MINOFTEPLAINS BY BUFFALO BILL FROM u TRUE TALES OF THE PLAINS COFnWCKT wooBY WILLIAM r CODY InAYE often been risked for sto I rles about till bail nun of the West In tlio riirlv diV S I nm go liiK to toll now of my first run In with the worst kind nf white men that I then Infested the frontier These were horse thieve andl horse stealing In I tmse days was n crime that came rlvp in ranking with cold blooded murder Ont I wanted n frlrxly bear skin or rather one of my sisters wanted It forj n ru I had promised ns soon as I should have time to Ret her one for evcu in those tlniM a big grizzly could not Ili shot In ones dooryard It meant a lou trip through the hills and more than n little danger It After shoaling n beAr nnd skinning him I started blot but the going was i bad fir uuunet 1 aw I couldnt hope to irit hack to ramp that night So I looiid about for a good sheltered spot to ramp JnBt then my horse vhln nil Ills call was answered from a i hollow Juat behind the creeli bed along i Whit b I was ridlni 1 dismounted listened him and rifle In hand went on to Invpstirate- Tli re hloUra In a little gulch were about twenty horses They werent guarded IioUiiiff round In the dusk I saw a dugout about a hundred yardj up the hill Llfjts appeared through the crates 1 tlaiubered up to learn Who will there 1 UmxktMl nt the blanket door The voices I hnd heard as I climbed the slope were litihod nil nt once Then 1 heard a half drien sharp clicks That mrnit the ivkliiK of rlllcs or revolv ers I began to wonder what company I bed ctumbed into Before 1 could mote bark tonic one called Whos tl rec A friend nul a white man I replied The door opened and a big ugly looking follow stepped forth and said Omi in I nIIIted the Invitation with some de rte of fear and hesitation which I endonvorod to conceal ns I thought It was too late to back out and that It would never do to weaken at that point whether they were friends or foes rpon Ptiterlng the dugout my I eyes fpI upon night an rough and vll laln1t looking men ns 1 ever saw in my life Two of them I instantly rociiiilzed in teamsters who had been driviug in Lew Simpsons train a few moths before nnd had been die charged They were charted with the murder big tiud robbing of a ranchman and buvlg stolen his horses it was sup fio cil that they had left the country 1 pave them no signs of recognition however deeming it advisable to let them remain In IIgnorance as to who 1 was It was a hard crowd and 1 concluded1 the sooner 1 could get away from tlicai the letter it would be for me I felt confident that they were a band of Lose thieves Where are you going kid and Whos wit oui asked one of the men who i i cared to be the leader of the gang 1 am PU Vely1 alone I left Horse shoe Stan us morning for a bear hunt and rl fludlng any bears I hud tletpriiiltK to camp out for the night nnd wul till morning said I and just aa I VMS going into camp a few hundred yards down the creek I heard one of your horses whinnying und then I came to your camp Wheres your horse demanded the loss thief I loft him down at the creek I an I swered- I iI They proposed going after the horse but 1 thougut that would never do as f lIt would leave me without any means of escape and 1 accordingly said In lopes to throw them off the track Captain Ill leave my gun here and go down and get uiy horse and comeback and stay all night I IDut my lever little game did not work at all as one of the desperadoes poke up and said Jim and 1 will go down with you after your horse nail you can lleave true sun here all the same as youll I not lived It All ugh I replied for I could certainly have done nothing else i owe along said one of them and I together no went down the creek nnd j Boiti came to the spot where my horse was tied One of the men unhitched il the animal and said Ill lead the horse j Very wo said I Ive got a coo j IIiiof sage lams here Lead on I picked up the sage hens which 1 hud killed n few hours before and f itowed the iwn who was leading the Iiirsc while Ills companion brought min tthe rear lie nearer we approached tilt dugout ithe more I dreaded the t acctt of gttlif buck among the villain OHM Cutthroat 3Iy first plan of es rape having tlcd I now determined Upllll another I had both of my rev volvers with v the thieves not bgv ing thought it dwessary to search m- elit 1 in now qijp dark and I purpose dropped our of the sage hens and l till mun hind me to pick it up t le he was inntlug for It on the I ground I quickly pulled out one of my 4 Colts revolvers mad struck him a j I tremendous blow on the back of the jI head knocking him ccufldcsa to thee I ground I then Instantly wheeled around nnd saw that the man ahead who was only n few feet distant had heard the blow and had turned to nee what was the matter his hand upon his revolver We faced each other nt about the same Instant but before he could fire as he tried to do I shot him dead In his racks Then jumping on my horse I rode down the creek as as possible through the darkness and over the rough ground nnd rocks The other outlaws In the dugout having heard the shot which I had fired knew there was trouble nail they nil came rushing down the u creekii = I r shot Mm dead n Tits tT suppose by the time they reached the man whom I had knocked down that he had recovered and hurriedly told them of what bad happened They did not stay with the man whom I had shot but came on In hot pursuit of me They were not mounted and were making better time down the rough mountain than I was At last they came so near that I saw that I must abandon my horse I jumped to the ground and gave him a hard slap with the butt of one of my revolvers which started him on down the valley while I scrambled up the mountain side I bad not ascended more than forty feet when I heard my pursuers coming closer and closer I quickly hid behind a large pine tree and in a few moments they all rushed by me being led on by the rattling footsteps of my horse which they heard ahead of them Soon they be gan firing In the direction of the horse as they no doubt supposed I was seat ed on his back As soon as they had passed me I climbed farther up the steep mountain and knowing that I had given them the slip and feeling certain I could keep out of their way I at once struck out for Horseshoe Station which was twentyfive miles distant I had very hard traveling at first but upon reaching lower and bet ter ground I made good headway walking all night and getting into the station just before daylight footsore weary and generally played out I Immediately waked up the men of the station and told them of my ad venture Blade himself happened to be there and he at once organized a party to go out in pursuit of the horse thievesWe a brisk ride and arrived In the Immediate vicinity of the thieves rendezvous at about 10 oclock in the morning We approached the dugout cautiously but upon getting In close proximity to It we could discover no horses In sight No one was inside and the general appearance of every thing indicated that the place had been deserted that the birds had flown Such Indeed proved to be the case Among one of my earliest acquaint ances was a young man older than myself who was destined to become famed in frontier history while at the tame time legendary gossip has caused his career to be somewhat mlsundcr stood owing to Its varied haractcr This was James B Hlckok who al though his name was James will live In song and story as Wild Dill While probably no man In western history had so many notches on his gun It may be said that no man recorded them oftener in defending right enforcing law and dealing justice Jn our early youth we were associated In many adventures on the plains In Indian warfare wagon trailing hunting and trapping and we hap pened to be on the samo side of the fence when the civil war between the north and the south left the plains al most alone to the red man Wild Bill soon became one of thet most noted men In the confidence of the Union geaerala In the extremet southwest 130 wu a magnificent = m specimen of manhood and one of the most deadly shots with rifle or pistol that over lived In his en thusiasm ns n Union spy he made n detour around down into Texas omit back to southwest Mlsrotiri and Jollied the Texans under an assumed name and iiieeptod wnvlco as n Confederate spy tonsequoiitly giving himself tin douM IICI of a spys fate Therefore Ijy iliiM menus he became of 1m men mice to Ihe Tnlon forces FIr rniiy iu nni he was confiden tialI iivifet cervlre nireit fur the Con federate tIc nndiT Ciinral Irlee In nil Invasion of KIUIMI pad In one bat tIe while IUIIIIIK their ndvaiict guard he wiw n maneuver of yhih he thought the tnlon irenernl should be informed lie thetvfi re math n dash from toe rebel1 to t te oppuslu lines ltls ivilrni VMS s vinrtcMi that the Boutlierteri tthought his horse had become unruly The nmhtcliy of his iiioveinei is did not dawn ou ibom torn fro Moments when with yells a squad trek UI lint pursuit Both ar males wntehPd In brenltilosMI suspense hut always famed fur ph blur miperlor mmiiN IIP quickly dlKiaiieed all save one who followedrlnsoi up behind him- firLrt revoral hlis which whistled close to Ids ear Tist when Illekokn hone was oomiiplled to vault n small creek 11 tturned In hlc saddle anti with his ocot rug film dropped the gallant pursuer from his horse and rode safe ly labs time Union HIIOH Here he de livered1 his information to General rieasonton which tturned the tide of the day IrobaMy the most1 noted event In his career was Ids single handed light with Jacob MrCnnuIcs and his gang of note tacit ttt hock Creek weshr- uIinro while riding pony express in 3SU1 Thin was his first great fight while ioverln his route armed only with two CVlt revolvers lie halted at 1111k Crook Station to find the stock tender dead null his wife ereited by his presence As be approached site OSPI lined My bcaviis Dill McCandles and his get ro in the neighborhood or were this iiiorilnKl This gang uC bandits had been lay- Ing n trap for Hlckokl to got him out of the war Hushing to the door to rev mount tvul get bark he saw several heady pep up ut of the grass and a hull rt sirucl tte door jamb Jumping hack and telling the lady to escape he was fortunate to find a loaded rifle left by Ithe husband which the Me Candles pans did not think of us they stir that Hill was nrmed only with fix hooters There wore some raillery and brilnaxe between him and McCandlwj of a defiant nature when McCaiulles and nine bandits rose and with a yell charged for the door They depended on taking the chance of losing some of their men and made n quiet charge Bills Instructions were to me lu such cases Will al ways get the lender This be did as he Fred pirMtflit nt McCnndlos the Mullet citcbiii him full in the heart and ho tini pi edI Instantly By this line the de j radncs were close upon the cabin lumping aside he emptied the rev hers through thu cabin door Four UII1i r1 dead Ix ldps McCan lies nt I tills sMge of the game Alt lhou h wounded with buckshot mud btilet itid struck over the head with n iri u that rnnned him to bleed nt thf niiiii and nose he still stayed with cii At thin lime as he told me hliicif the Cabin was filled with mole and anythliv he struck or hit was an enemy and In the gloom prob Wnc bandits churycd fur time door ably they assisted him In their dc etruetlon Bui with his faithful bowl knife ho never fullered untilI nil was imlct calm full still for he had struok ravage blows following the devils up one side of the room and down the other and Into corners striking anll yelllns until ho felt sure that ever ono was down Illckok was wounded by three bullets mid eleven buckshot raid cut h thirteen places It was six months be fore Wild Bill fully recovered from the results of what was one of th most thrilling exploits In border storj ono that Is not created by tho ro mnncer hut in well authenticated that Wild Bill in single handed con filet killed ten men men of the moat desperate character i r Suffering Ladies 3 are urged to follow the example of Jlhdiwah b txtheir sisters and take CarcUd CArdui 4s a opj mineral nonintoxicating medicinf forVOmem B is for sick weak ladies withliibk fetoiletijrgftnfe TAKE KYY Sm It Will Help You It is a genuine curative mediums that buiM + up lepainMrs itt Before taking Crdui I had hn ii ill htgetting well I had suffered r8 wtra Wtfea left side and was confined to my bed80iI toekII and now Cardui has aboutcur d mylf iiiiderro4ibl i AT ALL DRUGS tTOBli V QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE I r Hazel Green Bank At the close of Business Dec 31 1008 RESOURCES 1 Loans and Discounts 208729 Overdrafts secured a Overdrafts unsecured 69700 4 Due from National Banks tl0641 9 6 Due from State Banks and Bankers 0000 nI Due from Trust Companies 000 W64119 i Banking House and Lot 164719 8 Other Real Estate Iii Mortgages 10I U S Bonds 11 Other Stocks and Bonds 90000 1J Specie 748JG I a Currency 3076XK 882386 14 Exchange for Clearings Hi Other Items carried as Cash 11888 In Furniture and Fixtures 804827 117 Fund to pay Taxes IS Current Expenses Last six months 72894 72894 Give description location value and how long own IIJ11 real estate except banking house and lot lf any owned longer than five yearsiii4868707 i 2II 1I J Surplus Fund 600o a Undivided Profits 123823 4 Due Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to check on which interest la not paidi ih4170979y paidDemandI Is- paidl Time certificates of deposits on which interest is paid I Savings Deposits on which interest is paid Certified Checks li Due National Banks II Due State Banks and Bankers 7 Due Trust Companies r 31 0379 S Cashiers Checks outstanding 9I Bills rediscounted II0 Unpaid dividends t II Taxes due and unpaid I Capital Stock not paidr tSUPPLEMENTARY 1 Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm including in the liabUi Sty of time company or firm the Bebllityof the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent oftapi i I tal stock actually paid in and actual amount of surplus of that bank None 2 How ia indebtedness stated in above item 1 secured See Section CSS Kentucky Statutes 3 Highest amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if the amount of such indebtedness exceed f Nonef4 How is same secured Personal property 5 Does amount of indebtedness of any person Company or firm including in the liability of the compa ny or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 80 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of such indebtedness G Amount of last dividend 4GOOO 7 Were nil expenses losses interest and taxes deduct ed therefrom before declaring dividend and lias not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend car ried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yea 8 Are any branch institutions being conducted by yodr Bank No See Section 596 Kentucky Statutes i 98687jJSTATE1 i COUNTY OK WOLFE j 88 n H PATTON Oalllier of Hazel Creen BanlrBaDkorglalzerJut 1906 ttIt11einldillycondition of said Bank at the close of buslnewWlbe Slit day of JWmfiir 1908 buutolJdhankbanks lire being conducted by said bankadd thatthe aborl re rtltiesadln com WitltatJBctho rE ra BEN MURPHYiTelltur iJI Joe P ROSE DirectAlr tlie81bdayMy mmlieftlneaplrea Feb 2 1910ss I I JOB PRINTING so tlyt4lit- tle ta s cheaper than the other fellow Weddiaf vitatloee laturhu 4d4- ule bills statements dodgers cards etc all fcli tile ama niIi1 iislMit t just a little better than seems neceuary t e9 alstya I T J J r 7I Utlr I lii l ki r14r r 5 4