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My M t J f i1 r THEI HAZEL GREEN HERALo = Established March 4 1886 Made Famous Inthe Story of Jonathan and Hla Continent by Max ORoll nn 0 4 Onn nnapKNOKit coornuO- wnnrnnd Billtnr The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Oifoulaitd And Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year ifAdiice f 1 =o = IJ TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 14 1909 NUMBER 23I Lexington and Eastern RailwayY Time TatiloJn Effect lone 21 1908 I 1 1w BOUND 0 Ii rooul lIIo STATIONS Dailyux Dail and S0naiay 1 SUll ayluduYI r AMlACrMJAC IVam Jackson l lirn Y rmilaS1 j 0KJunct 7lnmDeaUyve Jc 7 U7 nun ItO pm 3 41 5InutTorreut 7 8011111 pw Nut IIrldge 74 Hili 3 M pws CUOIltoll oIn 7 4R urn HmStanton 8inun Clay City Iit 4 351loui n- wLEJtutdn 9 UO b 117 JIIII uuII Winchester 912 6 Sullurouw Lexton air 9 o U I EAST BOUNDcIKI1No4NoJ ASTATIONS I allli Sundaytluuday c PM LveAJ1LyeI O 7 3b HIULexhifitouJ 25 pui 0 20Ituehester 20 Ii 13 HIUC2 II put 2 4S iwu JEJ lIuctlollI 82Upni tatyI4Ui u ut aw t 3 50 luu 40 Clay U 10 an3 68 piu n 6tiintou144 4 30 iiiiiil iCauipton Juutii i pmi4 35 pw b7I Nut liritJi IIUI 4 47 pu tJJ Torre lit U2 J 511I1Ui I 510 10Deattyv 17 urn pm iiui eJcIIIJ11lJ 10 iim 6 05 90 2U anJuck i 6 10 pin 14 CO mCTIOSSI1 L iE llJMiHNJii llh Nof land will make coniicttiiiu with llif C k UJty for Mt Sterling OAMITON JUNCTION Trains Non 1 A 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Kv for Pine lUilgu mil Campion- BKATTYVIJK Jwiius =rains No 2 will wake connection nt Ucattjvllle Juno with the L and A hallway for pusneugcn to and Prow lieauyvll- le0KJCxcruNTraiua Nrs3anal 4 connect with the O K Hallway for local stations on the 0 I K Railway W A McDONVhLL Utneral Manager l7llAb8COT1UauPaas Agent OMUo klit1Wlla u Time Table May 21 I9O6 NEST ROUND NoaC M K Nol Dallyex STATIONS lJIIIlYJex Sunday I y I PMABU 0 27 PM ABB it 5 20 0 Cannel City 22 IS 35 r 455 U Helechawa 20 12 JO- J 45 111Leu City 13 12 13 4 11 11 51 t4 3 I 6 1144 t 3 0520I11111111ItulI 0 11 16 111 IIS t 3 EAST HOUND No3t Itti Ko22 Daily ex STATIONS Daliyex o butaaiaySunaym EAI s 27 Cannel City i 0 1 00 r 33 21llelecluata e i Ii 745 19 Lee City 11 1t3 8 21 13 Uall1pLou 13 I 54 8 37 10 Wllhurst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 t iNos 21 and 22 will make closcconnectioi at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for t points nu the Lexington and Eastern Kali wayM L CONLKY q Superintendent c mountain llBtr1 Railroad No1 Nu 2 DEPART AU1UVE 000 a nlCamptou1130 ft m 200 pntCumptou 000 p m N 1oI ARRIVE DEIAUT 7 CO iimCampn JunclO 05i am i 3 80 pmCampn Juno 440 pm a Tho Mountain Central makesI conunotion with all L E pas senger trains B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER1 CAMPTON KV- NFOUMS the citizens of Wolfe itndI tlm adjoining counties that he carries I a line of Uufllnit I iwkeU Burial Clothes J land everything necviry to put away p the d encl in decent Ktyle II YapccinleasketaI ulllinHnfl nil 24I t Laura notice fined made if ordered gt TeamaatidhackafurnibhedfuneralaAlso Ac f SEiVELLOj ROS- ENotary PublicST- ILLWATPR KY 1 Ofiers hia profession services to citiiens of Wolfe cfiunty Arid noliclU the patronage of mil rbu may eve legal papers to ixec4ite OlGce at hb rtaJdtuce on Hlillwater r t 1 l tI I 1I1tt t r+ 1 Jc l1r COUNTY NEWS 1 Jcnc7allinll l I of our readers especi ally distant friends DAYSBORO DOINGS I J H Day soldHB Oldfiold I two calves for 10 John Little passed through hero Monday buying cattlo Shade Combs sold to John Fu gato ono mare for 140 Taylor havens sold his fine bird dog to Ed Lewis for 10 James Wilson sold Sidney Bish op a yoke of oxen for 95 John Brower sold 11 head of cattle to J II Duy for 120 Misses Nettie Brewer and Ethel OldHeld wont to Salem Saturday Jeff Halsey and James Little were hero last week on business Miss Emma Oldfield paid Miss Ida Brewer a pleasant call Saint day afternoon Logan Shockey of Lee City is visiting his brother James Shock ey of this place I Mr and Mrs J Fallen were the guests of Mrs June Nickell Satur day night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Green Cheney of Salem visited friends here from Saturday until Monday Mr and Mrs James H Nickell pent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Deloren Stamper Mr and Mrs James Taulbee yore the guests of Mrs Ellen Da vidson Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Patsey Oldfield of Pome roytou who has been visiting hero for tho past week left for home weekMisses Fannie Adams GracieI Bishop and Lydia Ann Nickell were the guests of Miss Lucy Nick ell Sunday David Wilson sold John Brewer a yoke of oxen for 7750 Brew er sold thom to James Wilson for a profit of 850 Mr and Mrs Volney Oldfiold and Miss Olemma Oldfield are visiting friends and relatives at Pomeroyton this wee- kJad11 SWINGKOAT A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was held up in his work health and happiness by what was be hoved to bo hopeless consumption writes W R Lipscombs of Wash ington N C Ho took all kindj of remedies and treatment from several doctors but found no help till he used Dr Kings New Dis covery and was wholly cured by six bottles He is a well man to day Its quick to relieve and tho surost cure for weak or soro lungs Hemorrhages Cough and Colds Bronchial L a Grippei Asthma and all Bronchial affec tions COcandllOO Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all deal ors LANDSAW LACONICS u IMiss Maudo Miller visited at Landsaw Monday Miss Lotha Madden has beenI very sick for some time ISylvanio Hatton has boon very sick but is some bettor at present J M Swaugo one of the Board of Supervisors came home Satur dayH LWhisman one day last week sold to Fred Salleo a twoyearold horse forO0 F A Fields a commercial tour A L d TO CORRESPONDENTS Mail your hems earlso they will reach our office not Inter tlinnTuesday morning Monday ifpossibln Mown received after that will not be published unleii of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones bubiBeSs and write on one side of the paper only ist stopped over Monday night with E T Kash Oliver Kash of Campton visit ed his sister Mrs Laura McGuire the first of the week Arthur Kash who has been on the sick list for the post tan days left Monday for H G A Otis Kash and Howard Haulsev who are attending H G A came over Saturday to see home folks Married Saturday night 9th inst at tho home of the bride Miss Lirio Tester and Robert PuckettBen John nnd Henry Murphy Harlan Nickell and W W Swango worn in this section recently buying cattle Dorsey Murphy of Maytown passed through here with a nice bunch of cattle bought in Breath itt county Robert Murphy who has been confined to his room tor some time is again able to look after his business Preaching at Murphy schoolhouse last Sunday by Revs ButI cham and Madden A good crowd in attendanceJan ANoN An Interesting Letter Mary Bogguley of 117 Peace StI Syracuse N Y writes to tell ofI the terrible suffering of her sister who for the past 24 year badI been tormented with side ache from female trouble keeping her weak and ailing She took Wine of Cardui and is now well Oar dui has been a Godsend to us both1 she writes For allI womens troubles Cardui is a safe efficient reliable remedy At all druggists j 100 LEE CITY LOCALS o C F Taulbe was in town last week Mrs Pros Patrick is very low withconsumption Miss Mahala Arnett of Bolknap was in town Monday Taylor Shockey and wife passed through here Saturday C B Allen moved back to his farm on Trent last week Dr James H Dunn made a bnS iness trip to Jackson Friday Aunt Martha Walter of Belkuap is moving to Caney this week Miss Trinnie Walters of Bel knap is visiting her sister Mrs Clay Rose A C NlCkoll moved back to his farm on the head of Red river last week Miss Oliva Wilson of Wilhuret is visiting her sister Mrs Hoi brooks of Belknap Misses Alice and Martha Elyqf Gill more were the guests of Mrs j LeA Taylor Sunday David Lindon and little grand son Oral Arnott made a businessi Itrip to Jackson last week Jan 11 LiLLIE Dont get a Divorce A western judge granted a dl vorce on account of illtemper and bad breath Dr Kings New Life Pills would have prevented it They cure Constipation causing bad breath and Liver Trouble the illtemper dispel colds banish headache conquer chills 25o at all dealers STOLWiTER SPARKLES 0The protracted meeting closet Suuday Mrs Jeff Brewer is very low with lagrippe A F Byrd of Winchester wa here Thursday Joseph A Rose of Hazel Green Wai here Sunday Bruce Rose closed his schoo on Laurel Friday Mn 8 C Rose is improvin lowly at thii writing Miss Stella Edwards of Trent it here visiting relatives Stolla Edwards and Ninnie Brew er attended meeting here Sunday Ben Murphy of Murphy fork in Morgan county was here last week buying cattle Kelly Kash of Jackson passed through here Saturday en ruute to Hazel Green Emma Tyra was kicked in the head by a mule last Friday in flicting a serious wound Misses Emma and Miranda Ty ra and a Miss Vanoleave of Holly visited S C Rose and family SundayJan 11 DOMINGO Prefiieit Helps orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The Industrialand 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 Kidney troubles We regard it as one of the host family medicines on earth It invigorates tho vital organs purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To atrengthen and build up thin pale weak children or rundown people it has no equal Best for female complaints Only 50c at all dealers TXENT TOPICS 0A wedding to report soon at this place Mia Ida Beasley visited hor sis ter Mrs Miles Trent from Satur day till Sunday There will be preaching at this place every third Saturday and Suuday iu each month Mrs John Barker visited her sister Mrs Sherman Elam of Ha zel Green Saturday night Miss Estella Edwards visited Miss Myrtle Buchanan of Still water Saturday and Sunday Tom Hall bought the Cal Cun duff favor last Thursday but the writer failed to learn the price Oharlie the little son of G P Dyer ahd wife of Hazel Green has been visiting relatives here for the past week Jan 11 1100 REWARD J100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all IU itagei and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure U the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires n eon stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure iii taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith iu its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any ease that It falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address K J CHENEY l CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggists Take Halls totally Pills for constipation GRASSY GAB 0 E W Day sold Miles Bishop millMrs Frank Andrew is very sick at this writing Squire Murphy held a court at J D Henry atom Friday 1 j I lij w fg E W Day made a business trip to Caney a few flays since- J H Day left for Mt Sterlini with a nice bunch of cattle Whit Kemplin of Caney was in this section buying produce Edgar Lykius the noted hors jockey is now buying poultry Miss Lily Cecil who has been sick for some time is improving Frank Cecil swapped a fine mule to U W Fugate for a nice of cattle hunohI Three line bunches of cattle pass od through here Monday on route to Mt Sterling Tom Henry and family of Greasy visited J D Henry Saturday and Sunday Tan 11 GENEVIEVE Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns puttin out fires them use Bucklens Arnica Salve and forget them It sdoi drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickl cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Boils Ulcers Felons best Pile euro made Relief is instant 25c nt all dealers INSKO INSPIRATIONS 0Harlan Conley is having a new store house erected R S Robinson of Belknap was in this community Sunday John Burkhart made a business trip to Breathitt county last week J S Elam of Hazel Green vis ited relatives here a tew days ago Harlan Dykes of Caney attend ed meeting on the Spinnol fork SundayWillie Bailey bought a fine pan mules from Roe Patrick of Netty for 325 L C Elam and Marion Bailey visited friends on Grassy part of last week Harry Terrill of Breathitt coun ty was in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday Rev Wm Linden is very low with typhoid fever and is not ex pectod to live Mr and Mrs Preston Crase visited relatives in Breathitt county part of last week Samuel Caudill of Rigloy our former merchant was here last week on business Rev James Davis of Montgomery county visited relatives here most of last week Mrs James Risnor who has been very sick for the past few weeks is improving W M Bailey Sr lost a flue milchcow last week for which he had been offered 10 J L Burkhart gave a social Saturday night and a large crowd of young folks was present Jacob Patrick and Jeff Prater ot Salyorsville passed through hero last week en route to Jack sonWm Cheeke of Sulyersville passed through here today en routo to Mt Sterling with a large bunch of cattle- Cornelius Cnudill of Morehead came in Tuesday to resume his duty as hook koiper for J H Strickland Co Rev J R CaudillI preached a- very interesting permon on the Spinnol fork Sunday and a large crowd was out to hear him John and Thomas DeBoard of Maloiie passed through hero en route homo with a nice hunch of young cattle they had bought for the market Mrs W R Davis died last week Shu was about 80 years old an- dr4ta I I ii Io + besides her husband arid children she leaves a host of friends to mourn her lloss J F Walters is teaching his second singing ecboolon tho Spin nel fork Tho community istaking a great interest in the work rand it is hoped that it will do much good Jan lh NAT Stomach Distress Eyery family here ought to keepI i some Diapepsin in the hod8etMftoy one of you may have an attack of rfR Indigestion or Stomach trouble tit any time day or night This harmless preparation willYdigest anything you eat and overcome a sour stomach five minutes after taking- If your meals dont tempt ypu r or what little yon do eat seems toIfill you or lays like a lump of lead in your stomach or if you have heartburn I that is a sign of IndigestionAsk Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Tapes Diapepslh and take one tnangule after supper tonight There will be no sour riciugs no belching of undigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullneestriieavyf- eeling in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness or Intestinal griping Thur will all go and besides there will be no sour food left over inthe stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors j Papas Diapepsin is a certain cure for all stomach misery beIcause it will take hold of your food and digest itjust the same aa if your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief fpr all your stomach misery is at your Pharmacist waiting for you These large 50cent cases con tain more than sufficient to pure A case of Dyspepsia or Indigestion r FBKIN FROttttll I 0Seeley Neff is on the sick list at this writing Sam Hensley and family will r soon move to Kansas Ben Murphy of Murphy fork was here Wednesday r J C Ward and Johq MoGnire went to McCausey Wednesday Revs Harloh Mnfcph and BiIl Yocum held n very successful meeting here last weektI think when the Murphy fork correspondent need any gas he ought to examine himselfI While working at a mU1 Joe Veat of Bonny had hia legbrpken Ho is in a very critical condition James McGuire hat just return ed from Menifee connty where ho bought some hogaand calves 4 Lelio McClure of Grassy creek and Ada Henry of Bonny atpgk sinner with Edna and Stanley Ward Sunday The people of this neigbtoroootl gave Mrs Sarah Sheets a pound party Wednesday night She re s ceived several needed articles of which she was very grateful Jan 11 BUCK The Vote ik jerks Tho finest political speech I ever heard said a Pittsburg men was made by a German farmdr ip PennsylvaniaThere try schoolhouse and after tho ipeeohes a leading German was sailed on for a few remarks He aid Fellow ciiizeus We haf tort d chin music yes J Und d time has now come ven ve must aU git togedder und undo thatrvioh ve haf not dit AU git to odder und roll tip a Demo ratig naiority in Berks county that it 1 rill roll und roll und roll until it eonpdjallforifer the Uhited States vill roll cross de ocean und vill roll up to Queen Victoria vere she it sitting yGoodI majority Berks coundy dit roll p1rI Saturday Eveningtw I r i u fJJ J t j I 2 I II 1 r I of f UlQndttbi flout Urn Post gaobtsdotaanatter iiliNtlilcirzit Editor JMAZEL CREEN KY THfptSjDAYiJBn 14 1909 E- 1 CWflY COURT DIRECTOR I 00WILTS ISJBCDIT COURT uuut1AD4K8 Judge AttorneyJs xClerks in January first i SeptemifhiS r IJ yf W 4tOetJHTY COURT G TtCtxrE Judge O B BTAJIIIBR County Attorney BOBBRT L CARROLL Clerk r Meets bat Monday ineach month G t 4 s LPE1fCiL COURT Meeta first Tuesday in April first Tuesday in October J dr jliQHTBATES COURTS Distill1 No 1C M Fallen third Friday IrfjBorcb June September and Decem D etNo 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri larrHa1tAOgulltBDdNoremberD I aqiD Mardb June September and De amber District No6Boy Hurst third Friday in rebrbary May August and November- D let No7BT Helton fourth Fri tr ia March June September and De oeaiber District NosJ M Lovelace tlrst Fri dayio February May August and No 1 umber DEMOCRATIC TICKET ij ForConnty 3ndeW B DUFF i FprlCounty Court ClerkR L CARROLL ClerkJ C LINDONFor Circuit Courtil P rSttriffOEOBOE W SALLEY Far CoBMjr Attornty S G SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTER For JtllerJ C DI LITTLE e For Co Superintendent W TATJLBEE x 4ForSgrvevor =E J CREECH For CorontrJ FRANK SAMPLE SURELY itmust be gratifying to eysry citizen of our town who has the prosperity of thoplacoatheart to ieeothe increased attendance at r Hazel Green Academy Notwith f atantlingthofaetthatmany teach y ers nowengaged with publicachoola iarey to matriculate the attend j moo at the close of school Wild t netday evening was 275 Every year aye every session the attend ance atthis school increases and it ae well to say that the school alao improves with each succeeding teiiD= To where in the state iCanyonng man or yonng woman 1 secure so much instruction and at the same time be comfortably roomed and fed as they can at our own Hazel Green Academy It r behooves every parent in the land to encourage the school by sending their children to it and speaking a good word for it The liberality of the 0 Vf B M in maintaining the institution with a full faculty at an immense outlay should be appreciated by all our people It is with the 0 W B M indeed a 1 labor of love as the revenue de rived from it is not more than 25 r per cent of the expense Citizens inch Christians good people all should do everything within their means to help along the good I oas te of education Look at the yoqmen and women who have j ii been students here in the past and in the positions of trust and honor they now hold by reason of the instruction received hero We r could namo scores and scores of them but many of you know of them as well Hazel Green Acad t eay has been a Godsend to this section of the mountains and we w can not do too much for it with 4oBr utmost efforts but Jet us do all we can- AaAIN we rise to inquire why the lash of claims allowed iin this coun ty has not been published Many tax payer want to know what use is made of the money collected for county purposes and they inti v suite that fraud could easily be practiced where the claims allowed are not published And in this they are correct while no one will eay that it is so in our county The law is very explicit in the matter and says they must b- eIublilhed in the paper if there be tl paper in the county Whoever z in ro1sfkowlA see to this at r1 j1M Hon Kelly Kash THE HEPAU is not disposed Ito take the position as an ndvoca of the tcause of Republican candidates but when it is a contest between Republicans or a contro versy in which there is no Democrat to choose it seems that tits eo tlYto among camp 1Ie enemy Kelly Kash the present Com monwealths Attorney in this dis trict is a candidate for reelection and while we BrA not informeds to whether he is to hnvo opposij tion for the nomination in the Re publican ranks we feel that it f not improper to say that ho should have the nomination without op position He was appointed to fillI a vacancy in this office by a R publican Governor and within few mouths after his appointment1 and less than a year ago there was a spirited contest waged in a lie publican primary for the nomination to fill the unexpired term andII by his own party he was given HIP nomination over two other strong candidates by a majority of morei than twelve hundred over the can didate nearest to him and wasI afterwards elected to the office ii- a in heated contest by a majority o 780 Thus it will be seen that hisI appointment by the Governor ati his official record have beep en- d rEed not only by his own partyt but by all the people as well and it seems that it would be nothing less than injustice to give him op position for the nomination- Mr Kash is a native of Wolfe county was educated in the pub lie schools of the county and in tIi Hazel Green Academy and hasI always been recognized as a young man of integrity highcharacter non sty and ability He is sober and in fact a foe of intoxicating drinks and intemperance wit I good habits and Christian charac ter For the past eight years he has been a resident of Jackson i where with able associates in thet practice of law he has won dis tinction in his profession an where he ranks with the younger members of the bar inIi Eastern Kentucky and where his held in high esteem by the peo pIeWith no desire to dictate thej conduct of anyone in politics as to their choice of officers there ap pears no reason why Kelly KashI should not be given the Republican nomination to this office with out opposition Stray Shot From Mexico Your erstwhile correspondent iis9 now sojourning with his family inI the republic of Mexico It is a long journey from home to Yen Cruz and return 5000 miles but it is well worth the time and money spent Three days and a halff brings you to San Louis Potisi tin ancient capital of the republic sit t200 miles in the Torrid Zone I is 6000 feet above sea level andl has a delightful climate as ha nearlylall Mexican towns never ho and seldom frost Three fourths of the people in Mexico are Indians and are in no higher state of civili zation than they were when Cortez found themin 1510 The Mexicans are Indians with an infusion o r Spanish blood San Louis wa over 800 years old when the pilgrim fathers landed at Plymout- Rock In fact Mexico is old The traditions of the Aztecs aud Tol tecs go back to 608 A D Lot those who can lead Prescotts his tory of Mexico or Lew Wallaces The Fair God and he will be amply repaid both in knowledge and entertainment We next visit ed Queretaro near which city Max imillian was captured in a cav and near which he and his generals were shot a chapel now marks the place Maximillians coronation chariot is here in the city of Mexi co It was covered with pure goldI and brought over from Austria to impress the natives I witnessedI a bull fight at Omerton Sunday It was a great society event Eight thousand people turned out and six bulls of ferocious breeding were killed It is very cruel sport yet every visitor must see one to make his trip complete During the next three weeks we expect toI visit the principal cities cathedrals temples and ancient ruins an fpyramids in this strange land I I find occasion I will write yo againMexico City J H S There IB one atato in which divorce can not be obtainedthe ate 110 blessed r raspti tJ KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely 0ChronicledA company Is being organized at Rich i niotui to start n warehouse fur the seta I of loose lent burley tobacco While waiting on n pnMompr In his store nt Frankfort Ueorge 15 Salemler Srnged 55 yens dropped dead jjThe Lexington Chapter U D Cwill hold memorial services January 19 the aunivrrearqof the death of Gen Robert lK Lee The Fayctto county gun club now has n home of its own A plat of ground IinI the luI mil of High licet leaiogbiu- was secured for the purposes For the first time in its history the McCracken county board ot tax supervisors adjourned two days after conven ling without making a single raise I startsns of hay and a lot of fencing belonging to rgram brothers In Bath county President Roosevelt doubts the possi bility ofstopping over to visit Louinvillu wIll nn his way to and from the Lin coin celebration at Hodgenville nExt month Oovernnr Willson last week appointed W C Hilbert of Vanceburg special judge of Whitley Circuit court to conduct n special term to clear the congest ed docket killedfEssie Cobb also colored in a Paducah toIwas only minutes tIrs Lizzie Howe aged 75 diedat Flemingsburg last week She was the greatgranddaughter of William Kennan countySheMrs Xannie Myers wife of C J My ers a member of the Lexington school dledfromtheffects porneIlytic fstroke sustained thirteen months ago She was 57 years of age William Bouhvare aged 94 years one of the pioneer citizens of Madison couu ty died llAst week at his home from the Inlirmltits of old age Ho was tbe old est residing in the county hGeorge Taylor a resident of Russell county was restored to citizenship last week by Oovernor Willson In 1883 Taylor was convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for one year on a charge of shooting at to kill neardcuttingta tree on fatally injuring him One of his spinal verte brae and three ribs were broken He has a wife and three children While handling some pups in a box John Gauss a Bath county farmer was bitten by a rabid cat and died in terrible agony within twenty hours Two of his children were bitten by one of the pup and ore in a precarious condition George Gordon who had been out on ball for soma time for the killing of Robert Brewer a neighboring farmer publicjailIAn indictment charging murder was welltty who Is alleged to have forced Vernon drinkfwhiskey boys thetwhen a burglar tried to effect an entrance Theelivelytno capture W As a result of a misunderstanding over the resignation of RevW P Hines pastor of the Calvary Baptist church in therprobably organizes another church Andrewhresiding near county was burned to death last week She was playing before an open grate when her clothes caught fire and before any of the family came to her aid was burned to a crisp A H Cliism the veteran jeweler of Tomkinsville has in his possession one of the oldest pieces of money in the state It Is a fourdollar bill and well- e preserved The hill was authorized by the Continental Congress and is dated February 11 1776 The Daviess county armory located at Owensboro and the second largest in tbe state was destroyed by fire at an early hour last Thursday morning The state lout 08 rifles with bayonets and belts 860 rounds of ammunition three swords and three pistols Will Hornsby the negro charged with attempting to assault Miss JJjla Powell in Paducah last summer was last week sentenced to 20 years in the penitentiary An effort was made to lynch Hornsby takenIto Louisville for safe keeping erwaathecausef Ginubuilding in West Hickman They were together in tbe building and Nicholaon laid his pistol ana desk to make his andethe pistol had disappeared followed Evans who shot him when he damunded the rerojver I Cot L to I BuggieS Buggies Tiio citizens of Hazel Green mid this vicinity are herewith informed that they rim yon buy firHtclaxH buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best mode and nt reasonable prices I dont ban dlo anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere SSTRemember if you want n FIRST CLASS BUGGY ono that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear Iclln supply you HazeldJOHN H ROSE IRTC ioB8torr ank WINCHESTER KY Z N H Virmiu POON President X- A Inlil TIi Clililliil i MOOOOOKI w Undivided Imlltx i loOOOOO 2 IlnnilAomo Deposit iif cover I I I 800000000 This bank solicits the accounts off f merchants farmers traders and bus inessmeu genernllythroughout Knit X ern Kentucky and offers its custom fers every fnciHtynnd the most terms banking within the limits of Ioct IIblfI1ljj GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the moat reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE AMERICAS GREATEST WEEKLY TH- ETOLEDO BLADE TOLEDO OHIO The Best Known Newspa per in the United States CIRCULATION 200000 Popular in Every State In many respects the TOIKDO HIAIH is the must remarkable weekly newspaper published ill 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season Farmers Hardware o and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOESrspecialty Wo have thorn in all the varied styles and quality for profitAllof our former immense stock including in the lot some very fine andepiiirb of suitable form shoes every pair a bargain will be sold At Cost and Carriage Kagh1 and EvenKQf Lest r 11 i I tI f I L i TTIi rrwi f3F rz0 i I J I L 7I en u eeeeeeer TheCoughof J ConsumptionYour fresh air and good food are the real cures for consumption But often the cough is very hard Hence we suggest that you ask your doctor about your taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral It controls the tick ling quiets the cough We publish onrlormulss We banish alcohol A from our medloln lJpCLLTers to One of Ayers Pills at bedtime will cause an Increased flow of bile and produce a ollowingFormula yourdoctorglanceDoseLade by the J O Ajtr Co Lows Mut THEH HERALD Mrs M 0 Carter has the thanks of our butter seveneighths for a dozen nico oranges Mr and Mrs 0 W Cecil of town visited friends and ttnear at Ezol Sunday Mrs Frank Young left on the hack yesterday for Jackson and will make that her home Will Ayers moved from the farm of Annie Murphy to the Tom Tol eon place on Murphy fork Aunt Liza Nickell of Lacy creJk has been under treatment of Dr A C Nickell for a week past Howard Bailey of Insko visit ed friends and relatives here from Monday until Wednesday morn ing Miss Susie Long will leave Friday i tomorrow for Hiram Ohio where she will matriculate in Hi ram College C Women as a rule preach econo i my a great deal but as a matter of fact really economical women are scarce f Joe Lykins and wife and Curtis Walters of near town are attending i the bedside of Mr Walters mother who is sick on Canny Sunday night somebody broke out the glass in the front of Ma pel R Troy millinery and took a Jot of bananas oranges and apples Mss Garnott of Columbia Mo a graduate of Columbia College arrived hero Monday and will suc coed Mrs Wayne Long as teacher Ivy James of Illinois and his brother Andy James of Montgom ery county are visiting relatives and friends here at their old home If you have any saddles or hart ness that need repairing take thorn to S F Reynolds and see how neatly and cheaply he can do tho job i A postal card received from J Taylor Day of Oxford Ohio a few days since says he is in the best of health and hopes to be at home Boo IL Miss Caroline Tolson formely of Middletown Ohio is now house keeping for Dr Harry Murphy of Murphy fork during the illness of his wife The ottor which was mentioned last week as having been killed by Fred Haddix now turns out to have been a big black house cat that belonged to Hiram Ulaukouship Mrs Wayne Long one of the teachers at thn academy will leave today for her home at Newark 0 and will bosucceoded by another teacher whose name we failed to learn Milt Lykins sent word to Ben Murphy that he cant bring his gas machine on the crook for some 44time so he appointed Jolly Dave Banks to fill the place until he returns Mrs William Davis of Insko died Friday afternoon andwas buried Saturday She leaves be side her husband Uncle Bill eeverol grown children among hem Henry Wise ttfj ro iff e PnckettTester A quioj little homo wedding oc cured Saturday Jan Ittli o home of Mr and Mrs Austin Ten tor at Halnga when thoir daughter Miss Lizzie Tester was unite 1I in matrimony to Robert Puckett of Lane Only a few friends at tended the coromony as it was something of a secret affair The groom is a thrifty young man while the bride is one of the most accomplished young ladies of her neighborhoodOur who isa cousin of the hrido and a student at H G A wishes the young couple much joy pence and prosperity i through life with but few troublesI I to mar thoir hnppiness in which I THE HBIIALD joins Billie Franklin Schooler an erstwhile employe of THE HERALD now located at Lakeside Ohio has written and published a song en titled Be Happy which is se to ragtime music that is very catchy Wo acknowledge the receipt of thin song and tmiaic anal express tho hope that Billie will gain an international reputation through it and make wads off money It retails at 60c and he willlUailcopy to all why wish it at that price Address him at Lakesido Ohio Our columns wore so crowed last week that wo failed to notice the condition of the Hazell Green Bunk the statement of which appeared in last weeks paper But allwho are interested in the success rf the institution will be glad to know that it is steadily growing under the management of Cashier Patton who has increased the business of tockIholdersthe right manC S S Combs of Richmond last weeksent us through the courtesy of Charley Rose a pint or more of rice which was grown in Jackson county Texas His son Harry Combs who removed from this county to Texas raised 8085 worth last year and if it were equal to tho specimen we received it was sure a flee crop as all pronounced it nice Mr Combs has our thanks for same Tho Farmers and Traders Bank at Campton published in THE HERALD last week its semiannual statement an examination of which will show that it is in a very healthy condition J P Brissy tho cashier has given the stock holders of the bank a very eco nomical administration of its af fairs and they are well satisfied with him Our lady readers should avail of TimE HERALD offer to get a pair of Patent Tension Spring 8inch Shears Every subscriber who pays up arrearages and a year in advance may have a pair of these shears for only 25 cents They re tail at 1 Both new and renewal subaciitershavo the same privilege Call and see them at this office Boone Lucy of Lacy crook lost a work mare a few days since under mysterious circumstances Sun day night she was sound and well and Monday morning when he went to the barn to feed her he found that her shoulder was broken There was no place whore she could hang her foot and ho is at a loss to know how it was done G B Reynolds a brother and L M Reynolds a son of our fellow townsman S F Reynolds came in last week from Owsley county and brought Mr Reynolds two hogs a lot of Irish potatoes cab bages etc They remained here over Sunday and loft for home Monday Uncle Jordan Wills who makes his home with his daughter Mrs CFKasb bns been very sick for a week or so past and owing to the infirmities of old ago is in a critical condition Dr Nickoll his attending physician says he will pull through The careful reader of n few good can learn moro in a theirJgreat L tIlK j JI An Old Subscriber Malone Ky Tan6 1009 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky I Dear Sir Please find enclosed f I for which extend my siiUHoripi tion one more year I am nearly S3 years old and have been subi scribing for newspapers for GC years and have lived three milesj south of West Liberty for nearlyr 02 years I dont remember howr long I havo been taking TIlE HE ALP but after taking many different paper from different states I will say the HAZEL GHEEN HERALD gives more interesting news in leas space thou any paper I over read Old as 1 hra I cant be satisfied without it and how any family ca keop house without a newspaper is what I dont understand Takeaway or stop the press and a fte government is gone As I am on borrowed time I may not live the year out but my youngest son J Kiteite Murphy with their 9 children are living with me and if I should nott live to rend it some of them may f am now taking threo weekly papers The Clinch Valley News of my old home I have been taking for many years Education andI reading are tho powers that keo this government together Hoping you will excuse me as this is the first time I over wrote to THE HER ALD I am respectfully J W STEELE Save This Anyway Here is a simple homemade mixturo as given by an eminent authority on kidney diseases who makes the statement that it will1 relieve almost any case of kidney trouble if taken before the stage o Brights disease He states that suchsymptoms as lame back pain in the side frequent desire to urinate especially at night j pain ful and discolored urination are readily overcome Here is the recipe Try it Fluid lExtract Dandelion one half ounce j Compound Kargon ono ounce j Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces Take teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtimeA druggist here in town is authority that these ingredients are all harmless and easily mixbd at home by shaking well in a bottle This mixture has a peculiar healing and sooth ing effect upon the entire Kidney and Urinary structure and often overcomes the worst forms of Rheumatism in just a little while This mixture is said to remove all blood disorders and cure the Rheu matism by forcing the Kidneys to filter and strain from the blood andsystem all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cause these afflictions Try it iif you arent well Save the pre scription N ormal School at Campton At Kentucky Wesleyan Acade my Campton Monday January 18 1909 a Normal school will be opened with Mrs Sue Barnes as principal and Misses Mazie Boothe and Emma Wells assistants Young people desiring to prepare themselves to teach in theI public schools will receive special instruction Pupils in the inter mediate and primary departmants are solicited and will receive care ful training The music depart ment is in charge of Miss DessII Adcock of Lexington who has been connected with the institu tion as music teacher for several terms and who gives entire satis factionFor terms etc address I MHP SUE W BARNES Campton Ky C W B MDay The C W B 111 day was cele brated at the Christian church Sunday night and drew the largest crowd that has been within the 4 walls of that edifice for yearsIt The program was a very interest ing ono as were the addresses of all who took part in the entertain ment and all in all the occasion was one long to be remembered in Hazel Green Standing room was ta premium which showed the esteem for the C W B H in thislI l dace j Mf QMu For Sale Form of 100 acres 7i7 acres bottom land all timber nw weary for farm use good 0 nun dwelling and all tint building ibarn 00x82 Located on Htat road 8 miles N W of hazel Groon in a good neighborhood school church and store at the door Fencing in good repair Terms Half cash and balance on timo to suit purchaser 8500 will buy it CooperRHazel Green or F P Clark Toli particularsIHon W 0 Mize and son Carl loft Monday for Louisville whore the latter will consult a specialist 1and take treatment for pulmaner whitnho will go south for the remainder of the winter The former will- e return the latter part of this week Charley Clark of Maytown was taken down with pneumonia a few days since and was so ill Tuesday that his son Prof Estill Clarkof Cannol City was summoned to his bedside and passed through here Tuesday evening A woman physician of Philadel phia says that tho sweetheart kiss is the paradise of all kinds of differencepas long us it is tho paradise of the sweethearts toot Almost every American girl has boon voted the queen of beaut at some kind of a festival or fair ITHE VERY BEST 1fIHave 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MAPEL TBOTf i TIlE PEOPLE OP HAZEL CRHBN tlr r and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call and examine our new stock of fall and winter goods which 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 yard 1 Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROS Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and ie says if they had a new ad they would have to hire another as sistant for which they can not make room with the goods 4 1q- This offer of The Herald will appeal especially to Wome- nSELFTIGHTENING SHEARS tJ r r r y 1a tor I II c llhWItd NC4riT Wr l r 1 r I Ir leep Sleep is natures re building period when the energy used by the brain muscles and organs is renew d Ifyou lose sleep i your system is robbed of the strength sleep should give Continued loss of sleep 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purposes whlcli wns carried In canteens In the ambulances fur the generals orders were tint be would leave Fort Xnrruli at U a m so as to iet a good start over till dry country Our chief of scouts nnd guide at that time was hick Curtis The outfit was composed of three ambulances with saddle horses for the peneral and In dian commissioners and when the Run oral and commissioners wore riding h the ambulances their waddle horses were led by orderlies The genera had three or four staff ofliccrs a com pony of cavalry as an escort and about thirty scouts and messengers well mounted These scouts and messen gers duty was that whenever the general wished to send any quick dis patches back to Fort RIley at that time the nearest telegraph point these men were to carry them I was at the time a young scout employed for this purposeIt about 2 oclock In the after noon after leaving the fort that a young officer one of the generals aids was riding along talking to me and asking me about when I thought we were going to get to Council Springs where the Indians were I told him that If we kept cm In the direction we were going we would never get there lIe asked Why not I replied that we were not going In the direction of the Springs that we were bearing too far to the west Uo said Why dont you tell the general this lie Is up there In the ambulance I told him the officer that I was not guiding General Sher man that Mr Curtis was the guide and that I had no right to Interfere with him whatever nor did I Intend to do so This young officer I have forgotten his name tumbled to the situation and galloping ahead he rude alongside the ambulance and told time general what I had said and explained to him my reasons for not mentioning the situation The general appreciated It at once nnd called a halt climbed out of the ambulance sent for Mr Curtis to come back to him and also for the scouts to come up of whom I was one He laid out a large map on the ground and when we all got near him he said to Mr Curtis- I wish you would show me on this map Just where we are Mr Curtis told him which was perfectly true that the maps were all so Incorrect that It was impossible to go by them The general remarked Well then Mr Curtis how far nro we from the Springs From the distance we have traveled since leaving Zarrnh at 2 oclock this morning we should be very near them Mr Curtis replied General this is a very level country as you can see There are no landmarks nnd there are so many thousands of buffaloes all over the prairie that It Is pretty hard to tell just where we are and how far we aryl from the Springs Further more I have not been over to the Springs for several years and when I last went there I was not acting as guide Consequently I feel that I am rather lost myself The general looking at the other scouts said Do any of you know where the Springs are The young officer had pointed me out to the gen eral and he was looking straight at me when he asked the question I said Yes general I know where the Springs are How far are we from them asked the general I told him about eight een miles lIe asked In what direction and I answered saying they were due south from us now and we were headed dead west Dick Curtis spoke up and said Billy when were you ever out to the Springs I told him I had been there on two or three different occasions with Char lie Itath the Indian trader and hind killed many buffaloes all over this coun try Time general called for his horse mounted it mid suld Young man you come and show me the Springs I will ride with you Mr Curtis come along No disrespect to you sir I appre elate how hard it is for one to find his way In a country where there arc no covered1 headed due south the general rid- Ing by my side and during this ride the general asked me many questions how I came to know this country so well etc I told him that my father had been killed In the border ruffian war of bleeding Kansas and that sauce his death I bad grown up on the plains with the freighters trappers buffalo hunters Indian traders and others thlJountry r1 I f fcr i liat Hiimii up thiii ytI vlll look down into aI low depression of the prairie and se Council Springs and tinI Indians Tho Springs rise In Ithis vast plain nndI they tun for only about four or five Wipes when It becomes a smallIj I sandI fore the generals eyes were hundreds und hundreds of horses and a large Indian 1 said1IIngeII There are your Indians campedI I I I j k rr r ra i General Sherman riding by my tide ashed me many questions around the Springs He patted me on the back in a fatherly way and said My boy I ntn going to know you bet terThe general and the peace commis sioners counseled here for three days and In the evening of the third day an orderly came to me and told me the general wished me to report to him at his tent The general kindly Invited me In and sold Billy I want to go from here now to Fort Kcarny on the Platte river In Nebraska How far Is It I told him the way that he would have to go to have good camping places and that it would be about 300 miles He asked Can you guide me there I told him I could and he said All right We will start tomorrow for Fort Zarrah and from there to Fort RIley nnd from Tort RIley I want you to guide mo to Fort Kearny Which I did and on arriving at Fort Kearny the general complimented me and said From here I am going to Fort Lenr en worth I wish you to guide me there I told him that would be easy for there was a big wagon road from Kearny to Fort Leavenworth He said That is all right It will make It easier for you You have guided me safely for over 300 miles where there were no wagon roads and I am not afraid to trust myself with you on a big wagon road On arriving at Leav cnworth I parted with the general and be said General Sheridan was com Ins out to take command In a short time nnd that he would tell him of me This was the last time I saw the dear old general for several years He was one of the loveliest men I have ever had the pleasure of knowing 00One18C8 1 mounted BrIgham and started for Smoky Hill river After galloping about twenty miles I reached the top of a small bill overlooking the valley of that beautiful stream As I was gazing down on the landscape I suddenly saw a band of about thirty In dians nearly half a mile distant 1 knew by the way they Jumped on their horses that they had seen me as soon as I came in sight The only chance I had for my life was to make a run for it and I Imme diately wheeled and started back toward the railroad Brigham seemed to understand what was up and he struck out as if he comprehended that It was to be a run for life He crossed n ravine In a few jumps and on reaching a bridge beyond I drew rein looked back and saw the Indians comI fag for me at full speed and evidently well mounted I would have had little or no fear of being overtaken If Brig lam had been fresh But as be was not I felt uncertain as to how be would stand a long chase My pursuers seemed to be gaining on roe a little and I let Brigham shoot ahead again When we had run about three miles farther some eight or nine of the Indians were not over 200 yards behind and live or six of these seemed to be shortening the gap at every jump Brigham now exerted himself more than ever and for the next three or four miles he got right down to business and did some of the prettiest running I ever saw But the j Indiana were about M well mounted I ijI t i+ ifirltr ji 1 i 17O as I was and one of their horses In particular a spotted animal was gaining all the time 1all1 behind for a distance of two miles but still chasing after me I The Indian who was riding the spot ted horse was armed with a rifle and would occasionally send a bullet tvhl tling along sometimes striking th ground ahead of me I saw that this fellow must be checked or a stray bul let from his gun might hit me or my horse so suddenly stopping Brigham and quickly wheeling him around I raised old Iucrctla to my shoulder took deliberate aim at time Indian and his horse hoping to hit one or the other and fired He was not over eighty yards from me at this time and nt tho crack uP my rifle down went his horse Not waiting to see Brighameand In a moment we were again fairly flying toward our destination Wo bad urgent business about that time and were In a hurry to get there The other Indians had gained on us while I was engaged In shooting at their leader and they sent several shots whizzing past me but fortunately none of them hit the InteQded To return their compliment I occasion Wily wheeled myself In the saddle an I fired back at them and one of my shots broke the leg of one of their horses which left Its rider horse do combat as the French would say Only seven or eight Indians now re manned In dangerous proximity to me and as their horses were beginning to lag somewhat I checked my faithful old steed a little to allow him an op portunity to draw an extra breathor two I had determined If It should come to the worst to drop Into a but falo wallow where I could stand the Indians off for awhile but I was not compelled to do this as Brlgbam carried mo through most nobly The chase was kept up until we came within three miles of the end of the railroad track where two companies of soldiers were stationed for the purpose of protecting the work men from the Indians One of the outposts saw the Indians chasing me across the prairie and gave the alarm In a few minutes I saw greatly to my delight men coming on foot and cav alrymen too galloping to our rescue as soon as they could mount their horses When the Indians saw this they turned and ran In the direction from which they had come In a very few minutes I was met by some of the Infantrymen and trackmen and jumping to the ground and pulling the Iblanket and saddle off BrIgham I told them what he had done for me They at once took him In charge led him around and rubbed him down so vigor ously that I thought they would run him to death ICaptain Nolan of the Tenth cavalry now came up with forty of hIs men and upon learning what had happened he determined to pursue the Indians He kindly offered me one of his cav alry horses and after putting my own saddle and bridle on the animal we started out after the flying Indians who only a few minutes before had been making It so uncomfortably lively for me Our horses were all fresh and of excellent stock and we soon began shortening the distance between ourselves and the redskins Before they had gone five miles we overtook and killed eight of their number The At the crack of my rifle down went hfs horse others succeeded in making their es cape On coming up to the place where I had killed the first horsethe spotted oneon my home run I found that my bullet had struck him In the forehead and killed him instant ly He was a noble animal and ought to have been engaged in better busi nessWhen we got back to camp I found old BrIgham grazing quietly and con tentedly on the grass He looked up awaywithchased us I 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