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V lWilPilpC 1 tJ Af1 f H HTHE HAZEL GREEN HERALD0 Established March 4 1886 Made Famous in tho Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell = = 0 f or scEx-oEnandoOOEdiTEltorThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advancefm no mn n- hm TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 21 IflOO NUMBER LMI 14 Lexington and Eastern Railways Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 I WEST BOUND Nol No3o5STATIONS Daily ex Dally and Sunday Sunday Suudaycult MLre FTtlLveAMLve rawJacksonOK Junct 6 16 pm 2 25 pm 751 am Beattyve Jc 7 07 am Ii 20 pm 815 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 25 um I Nat Bride 7 45 am 3 O pm 821111m 7 48 am 3 57 pmCampton a 851 um IStanton 8 15 am W pm 902 pw 8 25 am 36 pmClay City 1VU3 um LEJuncn 9OOam 14 07 11m1O1aw Winchester 912 am 20 pm ie2R am Lexton ar 9 65 am pm EAST BOUND No2 IKIr II Kl No4 Dally ea STATIONS Dally and Hnudiy I IS Sunday PM LdeAMLye2 25 pm 0 LexIngton 0 7 3b am 2 38pm 20 Winchester 20 8 13 am 2411 pm 14 III1C lolIII 826 pm 3 i0 pm 40 Way 40 U 02 IUD I 58 pm 44 Stanton144 9 loam 430 pm Campton Juntnl 938 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 9 43 am- r 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 62 956 am 5 10 pm 70 ReattyveJc am 6 05 pm 90 OKJuncn 011017 am 6 10 pm 94 Jackson am CONNECTIQNS L E JUNCTION Trains Isos 1 and will make connection with the C A OKy tor Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTIONTrains Nos 1 2 S and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky for Pine Ridge aud Campton BEATTYVUK JUNCTION Trains No2- t will make connection at Beattyrille June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville O t K JUNCTION Trains J os 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local statIons on the O it K Rulhray- W A McDOWELL General Manager OHA8 SCOTT Uen Pass Agent Ohioo KontUGRgg Bailwag Time Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND i iNo33 a KNo 21 Daily ex K STATIONS Daily ex Sunaym Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 465 11 12 19 i 45 13 Lee 12 13 4 05 20 11 51 3 52 22 City13f13f 11 44 Jg da 310 27 11 15 f J 3 00 11 05 EAST BOUND No3l r k No22 Dally Sunday ex n STATIONS m Daily Sunday ez A1ILvEPMLvE7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Heleohawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 837 10 WllhuriU 20 161 925 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Not 21 and 22 will make closeconnpctioi 13at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for on the Lexington and Eastern Rail L CONLEY waySuperintendent r mountain Dontral 1RaHmaa No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mCampton1130 a m 200 p moo Campton 000pm No 2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCompn JunclO 05 am 8 BO pmOampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L 31r E pas senger trains B F BQLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON 4t the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties thathe parties a lino of Coffins flaskets Burial Clothes r and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style I fSrSpecial caskets supplied on 24 hours notice fluent made if ordered Team and hacks furnished funerals Also call fill orders for tombstone c 0 HOS- ENotary SEWELL Public I STILLWATER KY ti tiOilershisprofeulonalservices to citizens of Wolfe county and solicits the patronajc of all who maylAve legal to executepapers tl tO u at iris residence I I 0 fi iiV A at r COUNTY NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of bur readers especially distant friends CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 Mrs B F Thomas is very ill at this writing Miss Etta Carroll of Booth is visiting friends at this place Fred Lovelace and Granville Hose Jr started for Beroa college this morning Our school opened this morning with Mrs Sue Barnes as prin cipal Hurrah for K W A- Miss Sarah Gosney was thrtwu from a horse Saturday and bruised up very badly but nothing serious Mrs G A Tutt of Gosneyville is visiting her sister Mrs Ellen Drake who has ben seriously ill for several months Misses Grace Smith Bessie Ad cock Maize Booth and Etta Car roll were guests of Miss Inez Gos ney last Sunday afternoon Jan 18 TOPHEY Another Correspondent Writes Kelly Kash who has been at Jackson for the past week return ed Saturday A protracted meeting to be held at the Methodist church will be gin Monday evening the 25th Miss Etta Carroll daughter of Daniel Carroll has beeii visiting friends and relatives at this place for the past week Jon Stamper while standing on the c rner at the companys store fell in a faint Dr D H Kash the nearest physician was called in He was carried to the home of Larkin Stamper his unclewhere he has a case of pneumonia Circuit court is now in progress It is thought by the good people of this community that great will be the result of itj that law and order instead of violence and mis behavior will be the ruling of our future days A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my brother was held up in his work health and happiness by what was be lieved 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 tillhe used Dr Kings New Dis covery and was wholly cured by six bottles He is a well man today Its quick to relieve and the surest cure for weak or sore lunge Hemorrhages Cough and Colds Bronchial L a Qrippoi Asthma and all Bronchial affec tions 50c and 100 Trial bot tle free Guaranteed by all dealers LEE CITY LOCALS 0R tI Shocky was in town last weekBorn to the wife W 0 Dunn a loll boy Miss Effie Bryant is very sick at this writing A large crowd attended church hero Sunday 0 W Rose made a business trip to Jackson today Mrs Eli Allen was the guest of Mrs J H Dunn Sunday J C Tanlbeoa little boy Perry is very sick at this writing Mrs R M Shoqkey ias been on the siok list for a few days Jerry M Dunn of Belknap was in town llast week on business Miss Mary Niokell was the guest of Miss Mallie Taulboe Sunday The Campbell and Bellamy gen eration passed through hero en route to Campion to attend court Jan 18 LILLIE If you have any saddles or hart ness that need repairing take them to S F Reynolds and sea bow neatly and cheaply be eau do the job i i4LJJ J14iM TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your items early so they will reach our office morningMondayIfnot be published unless of unusual 1m parlance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only ROGERS ROAMINGS 0 W B Spencer last week sold to J H Stamper twelve head of cattle for 115 Mrs Lorna Lyons of Beatty ville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs E J Rogers boughtfromnice steer Mr Riggs was on his way to Mt Sterling market W W Bryant bought from Lar kin Stamper hut house and lot in Campton Consideration 1000 possession given March 1 J H anti Larkin Stamper pass ed through here last week with a fine bunchof cattle on their way to Clark county where J H Stam per owns a farm Floyd Aruett of Neola passed through this place Sunday with a colored boy whom hA had arrest ed in Columbus Ohio on the charge of murder which occurred near Lee City several months ago 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 Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles We regard it as one of the best family medicines on earth It invigorates the vital organs purifies tine blood aids di gestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weakchildren or rundown people it has no equal Best for female complaints Only 50c at all deal ers STILLWATER SPARKLES o Quite a lot of Stillwater folks attended church at Ti ent Sunday A number of people from this section went to Campton today to attend court Erna Tyra who was kicked in the head last week by a mule is improving nicely Squire 0 B Linkous and Geo W Lovelace have been butting up chickens for the Cincinnati mar kets Otis Tutt who has been living on Trace fork of this creek for the past four or rive months has gone to St Louis to locate 9 D B Tyra who was selling hay rakes hay presses mowing machines etc for the International Harvester Co last season is mak ing arrangements to represent that company again this season Jan 18 DOMINGO Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns putting out fires than use Buckleus Arnica Salve and forget 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 made Relief is instant 25o at all dealers MURPHY FORK MINUTES 0Dave Ross and family spent Sun day at the home of Ben Murphy- J S Pieratt last week sod to Doe Murphy six head of cattle for 14250Dr Murphy swapped his horse to Miles Yocum for a four yearold filly giving 5 to boot Arlie Cecil and wife nee Bertha Toliver and Miss Ethel Cecil were guests of Mort Cecil and fain ily SundayA of youngsters gave a surprise social at the home of Har lan Taulbee Saturday night All report a grand time Jan 18 PORT t le L1 INSKO INSPIRATIONS 0 Mrs Rebecca Elam is on the sick list- South Arnett of Lee City was here a few days ago I Clay Rose of Lee Jity was here I a few days ago on business George Conley made a business trip to Clay City a few days since Thomas Phipps of Caney pass ed through here a few days ago Will Rudd of Belkuap passed through here en route to Cannel CityJoseph Banks of Belknap pass ed through here en route to Can nel City Jack Burton and Riley Keoton of Dale paused through here a few days ago- Shelby Risner of Grassy pass ed through here with a nice bunch of cattle Rev W 11 Linden who has been on the sick list for soro time is improvingHollie uson of Grassy at tended tho singing school on theII Spinnnl fork Saturday and I dayJan 18 NAT I Make It YourselfI There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice will be highly appreciated by those whsuf ferGet from any good pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dan delion one ounce Compound liar gon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Shake these j well in a bottle and take in tea- spoonfulI doses after each meal and at bedtime i also drink plenty of good water I It is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and tortur ous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple home made mixture and in most cases a permanent cure is the result This simple recipe is said to strengthen find cleanse tho oHmi1 native tissues of the Kidneys so I that they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which cause not only Rheumatism but numerous other diseases Every man or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suf fers from any urinary trouble whatever should not hesitate to make up this mixture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after a while Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask themII Ballentine Miss Mise Anna Parrent of Frankfort Ky is visiting her uncle R A Hancock of this place and has made quite an impression on some of the Mississippi boys and none so much as Oscar St John as ho was overheard to remark to his chum W H Knight the other night I have always heard that Kentucky was noted for pretty women and I am now made to be hove it- James Sargent and wife attend ed church at McKeaver Sunday Mrs H L White of Sardis Miss is visiting Mrs M B J onesI of Woods Hotel while hor husband selects him a locution somewhere in Oklahoma whore he will move shortly and practice his profession as a physician i Mrs J C Wilson who has boon sick fur some time is improving I Born to the wife of Charley Craddook Thursday night a 10 pound boy R A Hancock nud wifo woro summoned to attend the burial of I their aunt Miss Annie Iowors of Frankfort Ky the 8th She was DO years old PIKKIIA When children are told what a smart man their father is they look at tbeir mother as if asking der if they nre to believe it M C1 fJofJ i Baby Has 60 Grandparents oulyinstuncegenerationsII Wyalusiug Grant county Wis leIt allover Iowa and Illinois The woman who stands at the- head of these generations and hasIi established this unparalled recordl is Lydia Thomas AultShrake who has attained the ago of 95 years yet is remarkably woll preserved and fondles the child of her sixth generation as if it were her own One other remarkable thing iisIi that every one of the six genera tions is a female For many years most of the members resided within the town ship of Wyalusing and have lived many of them within 10 miles off eachother since their birth The more indirect descendants Ire scattered allover the Northwest- In the Shrake family all the girls married early in life as the Hnvebirthet has narrowed the time limit down to 95 years for six generations numI the world is challenged to produce itsequalBaby Gulley recently born is familyThee grandparents than any living child This is a condensed record of these six generations First GenerationMrs Lydia Thomas Ault Shrake born in Cou nellsville Penn in 1814 Mar ried at 18 to William Ault To this union were born fire children yearsjcob Shrake and to this union were born five children Grandma Shrake sent five sons to the Civil War and her last husband was a veteran of the War of 1812 Second GenerationMargaret AultElder born in 1HH5 married at 15 and is the mother of 10 children seven of whom are liv ing Third Generation Rachel El der Goff born in 1851 married at chilIdren GenerationMalissaiGoffSpnuldiug born in 1873 marred at 15 mother of three chldren alllivingFifth Cora Spauld ing Gulley born in 1891 married at 15 mother of one child Sixth GenerationAgnes Elder Goff Spaulding Gulley born Aug ust 51008Chicago Journal J100 REWARD I 5100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learnt that there IIs at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to CllreII In nil its stages and thai Is catarrh Halls t Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh t being a constitutional disease requires a cun stltntlonal treatment Hulls Catarrh CureI Is taken Internally acting dlrtftly upon the blood and mucous surfaces nt the systemI thereby destroying the tmuuhitlon of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the conttllutlmi rand assisting nature in dolug its work The proprietors have so much faith III Its curative powers that they oiler One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fills to cure fend fur list of testimonials Address 1K 1 CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all Druggist Take hulls Family fills lor constipation Bonrbon Red Turkey- sII in Farmstead flquest for information coiuiurning bourbon red turkeys and unulose1 an ar title describing them I wrote it a year ago I am rather an enthusiast on tur keys and bourbon red turkeys in particular as they an so easy to raise I used to brood the oldI fashion bronze turkey which ifI one succeeds in raising and keeping from running wild in the woods before fall is u slightly huger tur key than is the bourbon red but Icc hud to look so tar ahead for the i nest to find thuigga and little tar keys were so hard to raise that it t was a discouraging task Finally just as I had made up j my mind to quit raising turkeys a friend told inn about Imurbon reds and their various good quali ties and L decided to ttry them I have never regrettedIit I find i bourbon red turkeys are easy to I raise easy to keep and hard t equal They are as domesticated as the ordinary barnyard fowland I lay their eggs at home in the same Ii nests as the chickens Instead of J two clutches of eggs in a season L d I they lay three and lust clutch r ris as fertile as the first and bar I ring accidents every egg will hatch Ia vigorous little turk whichwill not wilt and droop and Jsleop and die hut grow and feather up and fatten on a diet of whole whent bread and small grain till it is six weeks old after which time IhoyIare selfsustaining foragars and livingAnd ns orna mentalas peacocks Gorgeous glittering goldenbrown lh i r d u withwhite in wing and tail and buff undercolor they are fit sub jects for tho pencil of an artist Compact full breasted blocky and heavysot they are equally iiitnr esting from the standpoint of the connoisseur and goulllIetIBut the main thing I like about bourbon reds is that I do not havo to put in any tune hunting turkey nests or driving the little turkeys homo to roost Thin turkoy rais figurethatloss per pound when ready for market than hog went and sellI for double the price at half tho lobar And the demand is always good I consider bourbon red turkeys the i most profitable turkeys over raised as while they do not grow quite so large as the mammoth bronze which discarded I always have about three times as ninny to sell in the fallas I have almost no lesseeB Horse CIO Ky In Five Minutes Take your sour stomnchorlmaybeyou toll it Indigestion Dys pepsia Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomach i it doesnt matter take your stomach trouble right with you to your Pharmacist and askIhim to open a 50cent case of Papes Diapepsin and let you ont f one 22grian Triangulo and see if within five minutes there is left any trace of your stomachmisery The correct name foryour trouble fis Food Fermentation food sour r ing the Digestive organs beconui a4 weak there ism lack of gastric juice your food iis only half di i gested and ydii bocomo affected j with loss of appetite pressure and fullness after outing vomiting nausea heartburn griping in how els tenderness in the pit of stom ach bad taste in mouth constipa tion pain in limbs sleeplessness belching of gas biliousness sick i headache nervousness dizziness j and many other similar If your appetite is symptomsII nothing tempts you or you belch I gas or if you feel bloated after eating or your food lies like L lump of lend on your stomach you can make up your mind that atff the bottom of all this there iis but one cause fermentation of undi gested food Prove to yourself after your next meal that your stomach iis iw goodas any that there is nothing really wrong Stop this f nm nta tion and begin eating whit you want without fear of discomfort or miseryAlmost instant relief is waiting for you It is merely a matter of how soon you take a littloijpiapip sin Looking For Madstone E 0 Tutt of this county was in Lexington last Wednesday look ing for a madstone which he wishjj- ed to apply to a dog bite was as sured by Dr Ernest Bradley the city bacteriologist that there was no danger He was bit some time ago while fooling with a dog in his yard and as his friends hud great confidence in a uiadstono which is owned by Mrs 11 Burgin of Woodland avenue ho went right 3 on to Lexington He was unnblo to find the mndstono and vas told 1 rrthel ifDontM A western judge grunted n di 1f1badPills would have prevented itrlcausiugbad a illtemper dispel colds bunish headache conquer chills 25c nt all dealers f L L flrrr p T1f Flrn gp re 1 iyryrI tiI f1ft i Jitft a t r 2ttt tll = o rb = 3FHE KUJALEdtereiiittte hazel Oren Jldst umceRllulcoucl dlnab matter JW SPENCER COOPER t Editor t A r HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 21 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY i 0 WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY HASH Commonwealths Attorney I n IIOLIoNClerk 4 4s Meets third Monday in January first Monday In May llilrd Monday In Septem ber T fa WOLFE COUNTY COURT Q T CENTER Judge 0 11 STAMPER County Attorney Jerkamonth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuei lay in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No lC M Fallen third Friday in March June iieptemoer and Deceit f ber District No 2Robert Brooks fourth Fri- dayi in February May August and No vember District No 3S F Allen second Friday iu February May August und November District No ofI K Iegg first Friday in March May August and November District kob7 C pollen second Fri day in March June September unit De cember District No frtoy Hurst third Friday In February May August and November District No iII T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and De cember District No 8J M Lovelace first Friday in February May August and November I DEMOCRATIC TICKET For County Jud eW B Dun For County Court ClerkI L CARROLL- For Circuit Court ClerkJ C L1NDON ForSherlfiGEOltGF VSA1LM For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AsseseorJ T CENTER q For JailerJ C i UTILE For Co Suncrintem lntJ W TAULBEE For Surveyor E CREECH Fur Coroner J RANK SAMPLE Many of you who are subscribers I of TilE HERALD also take a paper at other points a daily for instance I and you know that you have to f pay for it in advance The people to whom you pay this advance cIrfrmoney are absolutely strangers 4 I have been here nearly a quarter of a century and I ask you in alll confidence why should you refuseI to pay me in advance The Post master General insists that I have pay in advance and if I take a subscriber who is not paid I for I tyfeitright to the pound rate Now think it over and see if you cant treat home folks as good asClfor eigners There is a move on foot to es tablish a telephone line between Hazel Green and Helechawa Ev ery enterprising cit zen should beI interested and take stock We areI not prepared to say what the stock l will be fut we do know that it will be in shape that any of us I laboring men can take a share Ir The idea mainly is to have a line I of communication between this town and Helechawa Think of it citizens There is not a place on Gods globe where a line is more needed Be up with the times and keep posted Maybe youwill want a doctor quickand if yon have a telephone you can get him There is a movement on foot to start a tiling plant at this place L and there never was need for any thing more Jack Rittenhouse and S John Fetterly are the prime movers and if they can start with t7properencouragement we will soon r have a plant iu our midst There are thousands of acres of land along the creek and river bottoms 1thatcan be made to double their J product And aside from this the health of the people would be much better M The Republican district com v mittoomou met at Jackson on the 15th inst and decided to hold a R candidatesjfor r wealths attorney Subsequently Sam Hurst of Beattyville who had R Announced for attorney withdrew b nnd it ifl probable no primary will bold r 1h tI 3 L Ihouands Ne4tV Kldney Trouble and Never Suspect iit Prevalence of Kldnoj DUoiiC Most people do not realize the alarm- Ing increase and remarkable prevalent of kidney disease- Whilekldncydis orders arc tinm JTVrmost common y diseases that pre- vailI they art almost the las- trecojnized by patient and pliy sicians trio con 3 fact themtfltfi irifh Aortorlnff till frig wliIct the aril inal ilitraic undermines the system What To Do There is comfort iiu the knowledge so open expressed tint Pr Kilmsr SwimiPKoot the great kiilney remedy fuiiillji even wish iu curhijt rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver Riildei and every part of the urinary passafc It corrects inability to hold watt and scalding pain in passing it or bail effects following use of liquor wine ot beer and overcomes that unpleasant tie cessitv of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up iiianv times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need n medicine vou should have the best Sold by druggists in fift lent nod onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and n hook that tells all f P about it both sent free by mail Address Dr tdlt 111 Kilmer S Co fling hamtonXY When nomotswrnpiioot writing mention this paper and dont stake ally mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y MexicoIStray Shot From Special to fun IIEnatn We have now been on tho old Cortez road irons Mexico City to Vera Cruz The distance is over 200 miles by rail and the old road was paved with stone two centuries ago and is in fair condition On our trip to Vera Cruz we descended the mountains 9000 feet high to the poa level in four hours All day lung the train ran at the foot of several mountains on which the snow never melts although we are ic the torrid zone It is wonderful trip down these mountains The train skirts along canyons from sa tew hundred to 2000 feet deep and one can see the Gulf of Mexi co 80 miles airline which looks a great mirror At each station the natives bring loads of fruits of almost every variety to sell I bought a threegallon basket of finest oranges basket and all for 50p Mexican or 25p our money Mexico is now on gold basis and our money is exchanged for Mexican silver at two to one Vera Cruz is a fine town Has 20 miles of ashpalt streets and many lovely parks as all tropical cities have The manufacture of panama hats and cigars is the principal occupa tion of the people We now ascend the mountains by another road and enter the country of coffee and bananas At Puebla we rested two days and enjoyed the city Puebla is a city of churches and the cathedral is said to be the fin est church in North America Dur ing the 375 years of its existence it has constantly been improved and more than 7000000 has been expended on the edifice The nu merous altara and shrinks are of carved onyx trimmed in silver and gold There are great railings ten to twenty feet high covered with gold leaf and four large sunbursts 15 feet in diameter of pure gold The ceilings are over 100 feet high and the tapestries on the walls are nearly a thousand years old The church has refused a million and and half dollars for them alone Words can not describe you must come and see Near this city is a pyramid 200 feet high and coy r ling 44 acres on the summit of which is a church led to by 500 stone steps up which thousands of people go on their hands and kneee once each year The church ie pYJaImid was there took this country about the eleventh century Ancient ruins are found all over Mexico and sci entists claim many of thong are thousands of years old No one knows who built them but it ie believed they were placed there by a race of people closely akin to the people who erected the Egyptian pyramids and other ancient structures No doubt they were erected for religious purposes The Catholic church holds full sway incur sister republic and has since the Spanish conquest The common people mosly Indians are very superstitious and the country is priest ridden and poor Puebla Mexico J IL S For Sale Farm of 100 acres 7f acres bottom land all timber nec essary for farm use good 0 room dwelling and all out buildings barn 00x82 Located on State 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 0600 will buy it jgjfjp Address Spencer Cooper Hazel Green or F P Clark Toll veraKY for y i furthorjarticularsf iIBNTUCIY IHkBL8 Carefully Collated and Condselj Chronicled If A 28acro tract of land in Bourbon iI I rnnnty was leased at g3I an acre for cul tivation of tobacco A fourteen foot rise In the Kentuckj Ij iI runningIIIi solfi I This surpasses any previous record The citizens of IHlllrp bur have or ganized n law and order league for the t uirpnc of I utting down bootlcggjiu and gambling Cysts Dawsons arm was broken as ra IlopklnavilleDawson ra hole in an empty whisky barrel fl Deputy Sheriff Hammon attempted to serve asummons on R L Connor n farmer near Albany Both commenced shooting at once and both will die A new bank with a capitalization of JlOOOO was organized last week by citi zens of Little Rack In Bourbon county This makes eleven batiks now In that countyBad Jefl Evans who for three years has eluded the officers was placed in jail at Inez in Martin county last week MuucyInWinchester Is to have a new weekly paper called the A Sof E Tobacco News As its name indicates it will be devoted to the furtherance of the tobacco interests John Watkins a log boom tender on the Kentucky river near Jackson was drownedwhile at work assisting to catch logs in the recent tide He leaves a wife arid three children A fight which is said to have started at a country dance near Williams town resulted in the death of one woman who was instantly killedand probable fatal wounding of two men- The jury In the case of T S Ander son the Owensboro banker charged with false swearing returned a verdict of guilty and fixed his sentence at three years in the penitentiary Mr and Mrs Amos Garnerof Hardin county are the proud parents of triplets recently born About fifteen months ago Mrs Garner gave birth to twins who are now healthy thrifty children In the local option contest at George town a decision was handed down by the contest board in favor of the drys by a majority ot two It is stated however that the liquor people will carry the case to the Appellate court One of the longest fox chases on record came oft in Adair county last week when 30 hounds ran a fox from dark until dawn next morning covering over 60 miles in the course Not one of the dogs gave up the chase Arlie Van Tine a 17year old Mays ville boy was run over and killed by a C O freight train He attempted to jump on the train but missed his hold and fell under the wheels His dismembered body was scattered along the read for half a mile A special venire of 100 jurymen from Clark county was ordered by the Fayette Circuit court to try the case against W H Campbell of Lexington who is chargedwith the killing of Policeman Michael Murphy in an election fight in November 1907 Fire supposed to be of incendiary ori gin would have wiped out the entire town of Owingsville early one morning last week had it not been for the heroic andstrenuous work of the fire brigade As it was a large part of the business center was destroyed Bill Britton whose case for being im plicated in the Cockrill murder at Jack son several years ago was recently dis missed in the Fayette Circuit court was last week arrested In Morehead and taken to Virginia where he is wanted for a murder committed there before he came to Kentucky While Wade Hurd was being tried in Richmond last week for forgery Isom Cox a young man entered the court room and declared himself the guilty party He said he wrote the check got the money went to Cincinnati attended Salvation Army meeting became con sciousHtricken and returned to save an innocent man from disgrace At Faintsville Jailer Geo W Spears was shot in the hip by Mends Brown a prisoner The jailer and his wife entered the cell corridor with supper for the prisoners when Brown assaulted his keeper and go his pistol Mra Spears assisted her husband whereupon Brown fired and escaped into the street He was chased by citizens and captured John Robinson who by his own con fession is the principal in twentyfive or thirty burglaries in Newport Coving ton Bellevue and Dayton was arraigned in the Police court in Newport recently When informed that he could have the services of a lawyer he replied I dont want a lawyer I plead guilty to every charge against ma His case wu con Jotted a tw4C a +w Let Others Do Likewise Rothwell Ky Jan 12 1908 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Friend I have your goer munication ot the 1st inst re questing that I send you 2 for thi man that runs Tin HEUALD Nov this is is butter way than marking up tho paper with a blue pencil because it comes under cover BO that the whole world does not know a fellow is ahind with his infer mation The fnller tlw prints those blue slips dont cure how hard ho does your patrons but everyone who knows Spencer knows that he would not give his account to a eternity even if he had to shed tears sufficient to blot out forever the amount and he further knows that he would not blot out his name from the role of subscrib ers who has lived as long as Trim HERALD has I am a firm believer that he who takes TIME HKRAMI and reads it and keeps the editor fairly paid and obey the Bible will never come to the bad Now I notice an extra 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Kash I i ir r t fII s63 a diaiA Jaix aJ t 1 dFffL friiFJ i oJ JrI r rL t it t 1F n M1 ft 71 F Hen the 11 I railtrs- TV Stop it I And why not Falling hair is a disease a regular disease and Ayers Hair Vigor as made from our new im proved formula quickly and completely destroys that dis ease The hair stops falling out grows more rapidly and I all dandruff disappears Doer tioichange the color of the hair ToranU with Moh bottle I Wi to yew eJ9s Art him dooo- rtontll r thin to M h Myi The little book in each package gives the formula of our new Hair Vigor tells t whtf each ingredient is used and ex thingsAfterII hair preparation does its work so we- llMad by the T0 yes Co Lowell KUl + E HERALD Doo Kash add Ellis Johnson wept to Camptdn yesterday Dr A C Niokdll and Squire Bob Brooks ut toCarnpton Tues day A Miss Roland j ot Qwsley coun ty visiting her cousin Mrs Roberts of this placE Uncle Jordan Wills who was reported to be dangerously ill last week is able to be dut Harlan Trimble of Lacy creek was recently the recipient of a very handsome meerschaum pipe a gift from Andy James of Mont gomery county John Brewer sold a boundary of timber to the Richmond Cooper age Co for 1200 D B Rose has the contract to cut it ready for hauling and Brewer is to log it in Kash Johnson S Kash as will be seen by bills printed at this office are selling a lot of clothing shoes dry goods etc at sacrifice prices Now is tho time to get bargains The Cecil Bros that is the younger firm consisting of Henry and Forest have just opened a first class feed and livery stable which they announce in a lot of cards issued from this office Charley Claypool of Morgan county was here Monday to bring his boy to school The young man had boon in the academy but had r some affliction which called him home and his father escorted him backStrayedFrom Campton Mon day 18th hist a brown horse 15 hands whito hair and short tail A liberal reward will be paid for his return or information that will t get him Boqne Childers Lee City Ky Dr Andy Nickell and Dr J H Stamper the former au allopath i physician and the latter a doctor of dental surgery will go to Louis ville in a few days and buckle down to get a diploma The for mer however has the sheepskin but is trying for a post graduate courseWe are in receipt of a card from Wilmer Texas announcing the birth of a girl to the wife of Dr Jeptha Fallen Miss Josephine La Verne Mrs Fallens maiden namo was Swango Miss Ava and the babys first name is in honor of h er grandma Mrs Josephine Swango Tho Bible says Man is made of dust Dust settles You are a subscriber But are you a man From the number of statements we have lately sent out and the few returns we have received we incline to the opinion that some of our subscribers are not made of dust Maybe they areinud 4Hon W 0 Mize returned the latter part of the wQek fro LOuis ville where he went wilh his son Carl The latter is located In the Anti Tuborcnloris Sanitariumi which is about seven miles from Louisville Carl has a host of friends here and he will be glad to bear from his intimates any time S i 1 L I I T i j61 COIliisro MIItOltg is visiting her motiib in Ohio The new students are Hattie Day Arthur Graham Arthur Kash and Richard Hurst The number of matriculates is now 270 Some have not gotten their numbers yet Followingstudents wont home ovprj Sunday Green Lacy Curtis Teatgrrhdn Dennie Nickell Glenn Honey Luther Olaypool and Albeit Hylton Miss Gartin is progressing nice ly with her primary folks The little ones hater to give up Mrs Long but how they stem delighted with their present teacher The rain and snow ot last week gave usquite a lot of water in the dynamoIWhile yt ill raining we are deprives or the sunlight of day but have he electric lights at night This is a division of light Bro Derthick gave a compli mentary + talk in the chapel last Friday by saying that the general Juporttnent of the school is hotter jthanne over saw before We hope hat we shAll continue to hold the championship the remainder of thb year Bro Dprthick preached Sunday morning and night There was one young man that gavo his heart to God at the morning service seven at the svotrng service At the baptismal service which took place Monday 100 more young men made the noble confession and were baptized atthe time It certainly was a joyful time We Wore all glad to know that the young men and women are givipg their lives to the Master and con secrating their services to Him Roll of Honor The following have responded to our appeal and have paldup their arrear- ages and renewed and tome are new subscribers H Clay Lacy Pine Ridge fiquth Rose Lee City Rev 0 E French Tallulan Il- iJakeT Patrick Silvefcreelr- A J Wood Beesle Okla KK Spencer Leb City Andy Tollver Murphy John Pleratt Hazel Green W R Tabor Rothwell Ron Patrick Netty V 0 Davidson Day boru Sire Mattie Bishop Thomnsvllle Ga S S Combs Richmond O W McNabbToliver R A Childers Maytown List of Jurors GRAND JURyI W Roberts Eras tus Buchanan Isaac Proffit Roy Hunt H N Horton J E Nickell Colbert Payne Bracken Brewer J L Snwell Ira Wells 0 H Garrison foreman PETIT JURY No IH W Taylor Rolly Cecil Sebron Walters P R Hobbs John D Little Fielden Bush Mack Oldfield B Cox Jos Ely Wm Lawson Henry Patrick H Alexander PETIT JURY NoIW B Bush John Pelfry J L Alexander Owens Cold iron 0 0 Cain L C Tolson Elijah Oreecb John Schull Jas Whitman Jos Campbell Ed SimpkIns J 0 Barker Struck by Lightning Mrs Nancy Cleary of Brewer N C suffered as if struck by light ning She says I was almost paralyzed from my waist down and my back hurt me constantly from female troubles I had head ache seemed always tired and felt as if I was dying I took Wine of Cardui which cured me and now I feel like a new person Cardui relieves periodical pain andmakes sick women well 100 at drugstores A Prompt Response Silvercreek Ky Jan 12 Dear Uncle Spence Your ap peal forwarded me has just been receivedand I hand you check for one years subscription to THE HERALD The whyness o f my promptresponse is not that I intend annoyance but to save you from both time and tears Hoping you are all well and happy and with best regards to you aud your better seveneighths I am faith fully yours JAKE T PATRICK Mrs Roe Day and her daughter Miss Daisy left Monday for Mt Sterling where they will meet JL T Day husband and father re speotively and with him visit many relatives in and about that city Possibly Mr Day will re turn home with them and assume charge of his business which has been in other hands for several years The many friends of Mr Day who dealt with him for years will rejoice if ho again comes into iris own t L a 41iYW Il LANDSAWLA00HI08 Miss Sarah Combs visited homo folks Saturday and Sunday- H L Whisnian went to Camp ton last Saturday on business Miss Helen Cornice of Seminary fork is visiting her uucle N L CombsSylvania Hilton whose illness was mentioned last weak is im proving John Taulbee last Friday sold a cow to Nelso Cheney of Grassy for S 2750- Clarence Madden went to Win chester last week and will probably locate there General Dalton left Sunday for Lacy creek where he is setting blocks at the Hanpy sawmill Wm Shackelford of Frozen took dinner with E T Kash Mon day en route to Campton court Arthur Lykins an attorney from Campton was here last week tak ing depositions in a divorce suit StevhenRosesteers for 70 cash and two heifer calvesThe supervisors raised the asses sed value of some lands in this section which caused quite a dis turbace verydespondentgot so bad flint he cant haul ties to HelechawnJohn Bruce McGuire and James Teaterman who are attending HG A came over to see home folks Saturday returning Monday N L and Rollin Combs H L Whisman J M Tester Joe Curt and Mort Halsey and Francis Madden all of this place went to Hampton today the first day of Circuit court- Amongthe boys from Gillmore and Lacy creek passing through hors Monday for Campton we no ticed Logan and Cmsar Lindon John D Stephen and Railey Rose and Irving Carson Jan 18 ANON SANDFIELD SIFTINGS 0Miss Cordie Oldfields visited friends at Pomeroyton recently Mrs Gk W MoNabb was a guest of JJ Catron and family Sunday Hampilobiuson of Mt Stoning is visiting his sister Mrs W A Oh fieldEd bought a farm on Buck creek frmt Clay Boling and moved Monday Mrs R A Childers and son Wick spent Sundaywith Mr and Mrs Ed MoNabb- J JCatron Will Hollon J B McNaob Clay Boling and W A Oldfield went to Campton Monday Jan 18 GLENDORA EZEL EVOLUTIONS After reading the following items your rehders will think socials Are the order of day at this place Quite ft number attended the so cial at the home of Dr and Mrs Waldeck Wednesday night given in honor of their son Harde who has boon in Illinois for the past year and returned last week Saturday night a social was given at the home of James Denis Monday night at the home of Mrs Ollie Sample Tuesday night at Joe Cecils all given in honor of John Bell of Lexington Friday night a birthday recep tion was given Miss Lena CLilders at her tome Billie Wells of Wellington was in thin section Thursday Mrs Lizzie Stamper of Grassy is visiting her daughter Mrs JF Havons Mrs John Smith Nickell has been on the sick list for the past two week Mrs Bessie Rose made a business trip to your town one day last week Jeff Rose of Lacy creek was a guest of Joe Cecil from Sunday until Tuesday Miss Audra Kash will leave Monday for H G A where she will matriculate Mr and Mr Oscar Cecil of near Hazel Green were guests of their daughter Mrs Floyd Rose Sunday Mrs Bessie Rose and Miss- Emma Sample are making repa- ratIons to enter school at EL G A- in a few days A protracted meeting begins at Flatgap school house Thursday night lasting over Sunday and perhaps longer Mrs James Bell son and daugh ter of Lexington have been visiting rolativ a and friends in this section for the past week Jan 18 ABBOB VITA Poi bf 4ach Dr IrUlM AaU Vlm Pub 1I y r 1 1aU A A Lilitthettd Uase ittfprodentative John WLahtlot- of Kentucky is endeavoring to dd- eliver the dying message of a Union soldier to his mother who is sup posed to live in Harlnn county Kentucky In 1801 a private sol dier who was unablo tokoep up with his regiment on a forced march to Menifeei county dropped out of the ranks and stopped at the house of a farmer named McCormickwho lived near Frenchburg While there ho was taken sick and died His last words to McCormick wore Tellmother up in Harbin coun ty that her son diod hero He was so feeble that the farmer was unable to understand where his mother lived- McCormick buried the soldier on a mound near his home and carved on a rude stone James Comstock Union Soldier At the request of neighbors Repr sentativo Langley made an appli cation to the Government fqr a headstone to mark the soldiers grave In investigating his record Langley found that he had enlist ed from Harlan county and has written several loiters to prominent people of the county with a view to finding the soldiers moth or if she is alive and delivering to her the sons deathbed message School Examinations State Supt John G Crabbe has sent out a list of tho school exami nations for the present year and has announced that no special examinations will bo authorizedi The teachers examinations will be held at the usual time during the months of May June July and August Fordiplomas forstudonts ofcounty school January 20th 80thand May 14th15th Ex aminations for teachers State certificates will be held in Juno and August For State diplomas June Both and August 25th IFor qualifications of County Superin tendent July HOth 81st and Au gust 27th To the surprise of everybody in this section the Holly Wilson gas considIeredHazel Green gas Mold went out two weeks ego tomorrow and Mr Wilson is now burning coal This it will be remembered iis the well drilled in by the Hazel Green Gas Co of which Mr Wilson was a director but hj subsequently sold or leased it to a syndicate at West Liberty and the Hazel Green com pauy sued for its possession claim ing their contract was good It was carried up to tIle Court of Ap peals which decided for Mr Wil son and now it is questioned as to what he may realize Two young men were dismissed or expelled from Hazel Green Academy Tuesday for smoking ciga rettes subsequently they promised to do so no more and were reinstat ed In this connection if any young cigarette smoker will come to the editor of this paper ho will see cause never to smoke the vile thing again Some say I am too high Prove the truth give me a try jfpVCome in and see me and 1 will surprise you Have me fix your teeth Bud if you are not satis fied I lose Aint that fair Dentist J H STAMPERII Buggies I u99yes a i The citizens of Hazel Green and this riclnity are herewith informed that they can now buy tiratclaea buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont ban die anything but Uralclass buggies and thute who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere I i Remember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can youCall see me at my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE For headache Dr Mites AiitllaJu 1UI 0- r 44 ij = I f io 7trI i Closing Out 1 rPiTrrCO- ST AND CARRIAGE 1 ALL OF CHK Winter Goods ts s MISSES MAPEL TROY hayejuat received a pretty urn of Christmas Goods something that Iin useful as i thelittle t andhat I We have everything appropriate io drew n beautiful I CHRISTMAS TREEin decorations etc etc PRICES CHEAPI lit sure to I call and iuve tignte our complete line of handsome ChristmaM presents OUR FRUIT I Anvthin ntln this line for the i i1bananasj Any young man can be suited hi our Christina line if ho wishes to hay seine thing for his Let girl Call and see MAPKLI TIIOY 1- THE PEOPLEOF HAZEL GREEN and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call andexamine our new stock of fall and winter goods which for cash will be sold lower than before fever PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard 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him Brigham after the prophet Dur ing the construction of the Kansas Pa cific railroad now the Union Pacific In 1807 the construction of the end of the track got into the great buffalo coun try and at that time the Indiansthe Sioux Cheyennes Comanches and Arap ahoes were all on the warpath It was before tbe refrigerator car was in use and the contractors had no fresh meat to feed their employees The men were grumbling considerably for fresh meat for they coma see fresh meatthat is the buffalo deer and an telope in every direction and they would growl because the contractors did not kill the buffaloes so that they could have fresh meat to eat This was a little more difficult job than they thought as the Indians were con testing every mile of railroad that was being built Into their country Besides having military escorts to guard the graders every man from the boss down who went to work on the grad ing of the road carried a rifle with him as well as a pick and shovel and when he was using them his gun lay on the ground near him as the Indians would daily attack them Tbe construction of that road in 1807 was nearly a continuous fight and It was dangerous for a man to venture any distance away from the troop and the graders to hunt the buffalo They tried several hunters who claimed that they could kill buf falo and bring it into camp so that they could have fresh meat for their men One or two of these men were killed by Indians while doing so and the others gave up the Job At that time I was guide and scout at Fort Hays Kan and had quite a reputation as a buffalo hunter Some one told the main contractor that if be could got me I would be able to kill all the buffaloes he would require lie came to Fort Hays to see me Of course I could not accept although he made me a very tempting financial offer without permission of the military department commander General SheridanThe was even discussed at headquarters In Washington and after considerable delay evidence was pre sented that it would solve one of the main labor problems In the great work of constructing the great transconti nental railroad and facilitate matters greatly Leave of absence for the purpose was given me with the un derstanding that in case of an impor tant outbreak I should resume the duo ties of my position As roving In dlans generally followed the herds of buffaloes I was really In a certain sense performing scouting duty also I started in killing buffaloes for the Union Pacific railroad I had a wag on with four mules one driver and two butchers all brave well armed men myself riding my horse Brigham We would leave the end of the con 1 would ruth my horse into them and shoot them down traction work to go out after buffaloes and had an understanding with the commanding officer who had charge of the troops guarding the construc tion that should a smoke signal be seen in the direction in which I bad gone they would know I was in trou ble and would send mounted men to my assistance- I had to keep a close and careful lookout for Indians before making my run Into a herd of buffaloes It was my custom in those days to pick out a herd that seemed to have the fattest cows and young heifers I would then rush my horse into them picking out the fattest ones and shooting them flows while my hone would be run BfaaI0Bftid ot tileD I bad happy tlftltr It tsairip Your to inset doim J e ti I IIIw ieuuoru uuu gut the Uellll to run lu j t i f irk I hun killed from tweut f i it1 u luy buuiiloLM SvJiJli 1Merlt- ins t I tidLg and ihoy vuulJ all bo dropped very close togetherthat is to say In a space covering about five acresWhen I had the number I wanted I would stop shooting and allow the bat ance of the herd to get away Tho wagon would drive up and my men would instantly begin to secure the Shams the tenderloins the tongues and Injcludlngward mounted and used for an advertisement I for the said road loading the wagon until it was full We would then drive back to our camp or to the end of the track where the men were I at work and wben the men would see me coming with a load of fresh meat they would say Ah here comes BillI I with a lot of nice buffalo For awhile they were delighted with the fresh tender meat but after a time they tired of it and seeing me come would I I ectIname together and that is where the foundation was laid to the name of Buffalo Bill which afterward I defended as a title with Comstock before the officers at Fort Wallace with success- I killed buffaloes for the railroad company for twelve months and during that time the number I brought into camp was kept account of and at tbe end of that period I had killed 4280 buffaloes on old Brigham This was all accomplished with one needle gun or breechloader which I named Lucre tia Borgia During those twelve months I had many fights with the Indians On several occasions they jumped myself and little party while several miles from the end of the grade We would always prefer to have them Jump us after our wagon was loaded with buf falo hams for we had rehearsed our little stockade so often that it did not take more than a few minutes from the time we saw them coming until the mules were unhitched from the wagon and tied to the wheels We would make our breastworks around the wheels of the wagon by throwing out the meat and would protect our selves by getting behind the buffalo hams In this manner we held off from forty to sixty Indians on one or two occasions until we received assistance I would make my smoke signals at once which the soldiers would in stantly see and rush to our rescue I had five rhea killed during my con nection with the Union Pacific railroad three drivers and the others butchersShortly after the adventures just recited I had my celebrated hunt with Billy Comstock a noted scout guide and Interpreter who was then chief of scouts at Fort Wallace Kansas Com stock had had the reputation for a long time of being a most successful buffalo hunter and the officers in par ticular who had seen him kill buffa loes were very desirous of backing him in a match against me It was accordingly arranged that I should shoot him a buffalo killing match and the preliminaries were easily and sat isfactorily agreed upon We were to hunt one day of eight hours begin ning at 8 oclock in the morning and closing at 4 oclock in the afternoon The wager was 500 a side and the man who should kill the greats num ber of buffaloes from horseback was to be declared the winner The hunt took place about twenty miles east of Sheridan and as it had been pretty well advertised and noised abroad a large crowd witnessed the Interesting and exciting scene An ex cursion party mostly from St Louis consisting of about a hundred gentle men and ladles came out on a special train to view the sport and among the number was my wife with little Baby Arta who had come to remain with me for awhile The buffaloes were quite plenty and It was agreed that we should go into the same herd at the same time and make a run as we called it each one killing as many as possible A referee was to follow each of us on horseback when we entered the herd and count the buffaloes killed by each man The St Louis excursionists as well as other spectators rode out to the vicinity of the bunting grounds In wagons and on horseback keeping well out of sight of the buffaloes so as not to frighten them until the time came for us to dash Into the herd when they were to come up as near as they pleased to witness the chase We were fortunate In the first run in getting good ground Comstock was mounted on one of his favorite horses while I rode old Brigham I felt confident that I had the advantage of Comstock in two thingsfirst I had the best buffalo horse that ever made a track the second I was using what was known at that time as the needle gun n breechloadlng Springfield rifle I oldII readerIwhile was Henry rifle and although be could Ore t few abets quicker than I could yet I fuss pretty crtta ttftt it 440 lotJ 42 carry powder and lead enough to do execution equal to my caliber 50 At last the time came to begin the match Comstock and I dashed into a herd followed by the referees The buffaloes separated Comstock took tho left bunch and 1 the right My great forte In killing buffaloes from horseback was to get them circling by riding niy horse at the head of the herd shooting the lenders thus crowd- Ing their followers to the left till they would finally circle round and round On this morning the buffaloes were very accommodating and 1 soon hud them running in a beautiful circle when I dropped them thick and fast until I had killed thirtyeight which finished my run Comstock began shooting at the rear of the herd which ho was chasing and they kept straight on He suc ceeded however in killing twenty three but they were scattered over a distance of three miles while mine lay close together I had nursed my bhf faloes as a billiard player does the balls when ho makes a big After the result of the mnIbeen duly announced our cursion friends who bad approached to the place where we had stopped It frightened the ladles to seethe buffalo coming at fvU speed set out a lot of champagne which they had brought with them and which proved a good drink on a Kansas prairie and a buffalo hunter was a goodman to get away with it While taking a short rest we sud denly spied another herd of buffaloes coming toward us It was only a small drove and we at once prepared to give the animals a Uvely reception They proved to be a herd of cows and calves which by the way are quicker in their movements than the bulls We charged in among them and I concluded my run with a score of eighteen while Comstock killed fourteen The score was now fiftysix to thirtyseven in my favor Again the excursion party approached and once more the champagne was tapped After we bad eaten a lunch which was spread for us we resumed the hunt Striking out for a distance of three miles wo came up close to another herd As I was so far ahead of iny competitor in the number killed I thought I could afford to give an ex tra exhibition of my skill I had told the ladles that I would on the next run ride my horse without any saddle or bridle This had raised the excitement to fever beat among the excur sionists and I remember one fair lady who endeavored to prevail upon me not to do it Thats nothing at all said L I have done it many a time and old Brigham knows as well as I what I am doing and sometimes a great deal bet terSo leaving my saddle and bridle with the wagons we rode to the windward of the buffaloes as usual and when within a few hundred yards of them we dashed into the herd I soon had thirteen laid out on the ground the last one of which I had driven down close to the wagons where the ladles were It frightened some of the tender creatures to see a buffalo coming at full speed directly toward them but when he had got within fifty yards of one of the wagons I had shot him dead in his tracks This made 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