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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t AZ L REEN HERALD0 = rrrr = Established March 4 1880 Made Famoui in the Story of Jonathan and Hia Oontinentby Max ORen 0 i 1i y T =SPENCKIl nodoiJirorThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advance u = YaTWENTYFOURTH YEAR u HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 28 1909 u NUMBER 25 Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table la EHaot Juno 211908 WEST BOUND No3obNol SundayDai1yandSTATIONS 8nnday Sunday only AMLve PjLve AMLve I Jackson 8 10am 2 22ipm7U YOtpm7UU aw aw OKJunct 815pm 764 am- Beattyve Je 7 07am 320 pm Iii KW 41II7 30am S Torrent 820 UID Nat Brld e 15 am 360 pm 828 aw- CamptouJ n 7488m I 67 pm 8ogaw Stanton i 8 15 aw 4 26 pm 902 uw Clay City 8 25 am 4 35 prt 0Wul- uLKJunon 9 OOawJ 6 07 itIU12uw Winchester 9 12 am 620 pm lU2fi uu- Lexton nr 9 b5 am aM pw II EAST BOUND 3 No2No 4 Dally ex STATIONS andaSunday PM LnAMLT2 25 pm 0 Lexington o 7 3b am 2 a8 pm 20 Winchester 20 813 am 8 26LEJunctlon pm2 48 pm 3 60 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 3 68 pm 44 9 10 am 4 30 nml tltantoD1144 38 pm 4 35 pm 67 19 43 am 4 47 pm 62 56 am b 10 pm 70 BeattyveJo 7U 1Q 17 am 6 05 pm 9110KJunon 90 1115 am II 10 pm 94 Jackson 99 1120 am CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Irains Ixos 1 and will make connectionwlth the C OKy for Mt Sterling JCNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 4CAmTON with the Mountain Central Rr tor Pine Midge and Campton BEATTYVLLK JUNcTION Trains No2 will make connection at Beattyrille Juno with the L and A Hallway for passengers to and from UeattyTille p K JUNcTIONTraln No 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Hallway W A MCDOWELL General Manager t OiASSCUTTOenPaesAgentDM0 Time Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND No 33 IS = No 21 Daily ex = STATIONS Dally ex SunaySunayJ PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 36 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 1 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 61 r 3 62 22 Wilhurst fl 11 44 3 10 27 0 K Junction 0 11 15 I 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EASTBOUND t No34 = No22 Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex r Sunayi1 i Sunuay AM Lvii PM LVE 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 1H 8 37 10M Wilhurst 20 161 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 1 Nog 21 and 22 will make closeconnectioi- at 1 r at O K Junction with Noi 3 and 4 for i LECONLEYaliwaySuperintendent mountain GOQtralnailroaa No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mCampton1130 a m t 200 p m Campton 000pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 30 amCarapn JunclO 05 am 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas sdnger trains I B F BOLIN- CUNNDERTAEER CAMPTONeKY tho citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that ho carries a line of Coffins Rackets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style Special caskets supplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered 1 Teams and backs furnished funerals r Also can fill orders for tombstones lic f QEWELL C HOS- ENotaryr Public STILLWATER KY Oflers bis professions tervlcei to citizen olf Wolfe county nd solicits the patronajp ol papers to extent j alp liitabbesldeoca on mmater libr rh 4r t S iFa a J COUNTY NEWSJ Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends f BELKNAP BLAZES 0 The mud is very plentiful in this sectionDavid Lindon of Insko visited here Saturday and Sunda- yJ H Dykes of Caney was here a few days ago on business Quito a crowd attended meeting on the Spinnel fork Sunday Uras Phipps and family will leaye for Wisconsin in a few days W C Sebastian and Miss Mattie Rose of Daysboro were here a few days ago Miss Lona Minnix ofHendrioks is visiting friends and relatives at this place Logan Lindon of Gillmore was in this section one day last week on businessDavid Lindon and little grandson Oral Arnett made a busmess trip to Jackson last week Mrs Rebecca Lindon of this place attending the bedside of her daughter Mrs Lizzie Dykes of Caney Cager Center and wife took din ner with Mrs Mahals Arnett and Myrtle Lindon Sunday Theiri presence was highly welcomed Jan 25 BLADE 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 kinda 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 the surest cure for weak or sor lungs Hemorrhages Cough and Colds Bronchial La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial affec tions 50cnnd100 Trial bot tie free Guaranteed by all dealers HOLLONWOOD HAPPENINGS Q J B Hollon is at Campton on businessClyde Haney visited friends at Helechawa Sunday Hiram Haney went to Helecha wa Wednesday on business Mrs Southoy Lacy went to Camptou last week on business Mrs Rose Hollon was up in the Hollonwoods Saturday on busi nessMr and Mrs JlI Beueley visit ed Mr and Mrs JamesElkins last SundayMiss Laura Hollon of Campton visited her father J B Hollon from Thursday until Monday Jan 25 Busy BEE Dont get a Divorce- A western judge granted a di 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 bunieh headache conquer chills 25o at all dealers LANDSAW LACONICS 0 Gorge W Salley nominee for plocelastLevi Dickison bought of A B Landrum of Tolivor a 4yearold mare for 05 Howard Hnlsey and James Tea ter of H GA visited home folks Saturday and Sunday- D B Tyra passed through hero Monday on hi way to ZT Hursts on Frozen whore ho is baling bay E T Kash went to Hazel Green Sunday to see his boys Arthur and Otis who are attending Hazel Green Academy R S Rose bought of A R list ton lest Friday six head of oat 1 I i i L d TO CORRESPONDENTSMuil your items early so they will reach onr office mornlngMondRifnot be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only tie three cows and three heifers for which he oaid f110 Harrison Taokett who has been visiting relatives and friends in tarter county for the past two weeks returned home Saturday James Little and Will Childers of Maytowu passed through hero Monday on their way to Knott and Perry counties to buy cattle The grand jury seems to have a great deal of business with the citizens of this section judging from the way they are having the boys hunted up Seminaryforkooe Wells for 000 and will move to the farm of George SeweU on Murphy fork H L Whisman lost his shop tools and everything in it lust Satnrday caused by a spark from the forge igniting some fodder stored in the house Tom Dunn of this place re ceived a voucher I Iron Uncle Sam permonththe SpanishAmerican war The dweiling of Sam Burchfield caught fire last Wednesday and came near being destroyed but was saved by the timely assistance of some neighbors Considerable damage was done to the house and contents Jan 25 ANON President Helps orphans Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of The Industrial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Insti tution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medicine Kidneyethe best family medicines on earth It invigorates the vital organs purifies the blood aids di gestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale peoploitcomplaints Only 60c at all deal eta LEE Cliff LOCALS 0Mrs Pres Patrick is not ox pected to live Rob Huff and wife visited C F Taulbee Sunday James Arnett was in town Saturday on business W 0 Dunn was in town Saturday on business John A Graham is visiting home folks at Lexington A large crowd attended church here Sunday night Mr Henrv Clair visited home folks Saturday and Sunday Mrs Logan Center has been on the sick list for a few days past James Rose and wife were the guests of Eli Allen Saturday and SundayNip Strickland and wife of Insko were guests of Riley Patrick Sunday Mrs Laura Hollon was the guest of Mr and Mrs James H Dunn SundayJan 25 LILLIE SIOORBWARDI J100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Iis at least one dreaded disease that science has ben able to cure in all its stages and that is catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a coo stltntional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the bloodand mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by bulldlug up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its work The proprietors have 10 much faith in Its curative power that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY A CO Toledo 0 Bels I aU Drams Tab 011 Finally1 Pill ty eoMtljptif r f i I 1i ROSE FORK ROAMINGS e Ed Lewis and family visited at Mize part of last week Dr Wise and family were visit ing in this section Wednesday Frazier Cecil and wife of Mize have moved into the house with Ed Lewis and family John Childers and wife of Gill more were the guests of Charley Rose and wife Sunday Mesdames Florence Lewis and May Rose Cecil were the guests of Mrs A A Duff Sunday II E Oney of Hazel Green was the guest of his sister Mrs A A Duff the greater part of last week Monroe France of this place moyed his family to Frozen last week where they will he located for a while James Dnff and family return ed Wednesday from Wilhurst where they bad been the guests of Mrs Price Brisco Miss Addie Rose and brother Curtis left Saturday for Ezel where they will visit their ale ter Mrs Wise Bach Jan 25 ROSE Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns puttng out fires then use Bucklens Arnica Salve and forgot them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Boils Ulcers Felons i best Pile cure mane Relief is instant 25c at all dealers STILLWATER SPARKLES 0Grant Rose expects to enroll at Hazel Green Academy today Forest Bailey is offering his set of blacksmith tools at a sacrifice W1 Brewer and John Bush exchanged 20 acres ot landon Little Laurel Robert J Rose Sr went to Menofee county Friday and re turned Sunday Frank Curt aud GranvilleRose and Fred Lovelace left Monday for Berea College Esquire 0 B Linkous held his first court at the Murphy school house last Saturday John Will Maloney and family are moving to the farm of Sam Taylor ou Big branch D B Tyra and James Bush went to Breathitt county to bale hay for Elbert Hargis and others completinghisturned to his home at Maytown last Friday Quite a number of farmers in thie section are busy clearing new grpnndand preparing for this years crops Spencer Marshall have moved their machinery to the Leonard Tutt farm to drill for oil It is hoped they will be successful Married at the residence of the brides mother Tuesday last Miss Laura Hounshel to Kneese Brew er Judge G T Center officiating Miss Stella Edwards who has been staying with her uncle S C Rose for the past two weeks reo turned to her home at Trent Sun day evening Judge Adams went to Jackson last Thursday to look after some legal affairs and Hon A H Pat ton is special judge to ry the cases of John Lane and Dykes A T Combs a former citizen of this county and who recently removed to Montgomery county was here visiting friends and at tending court at Campton Thomas F Dunn a Spanish war soldier has been allowed a pension of 0 a month His claim was pending since February won He will now have his horse shod S C Rose has been suffering with more or leas bleeding at the nose for the past 24 days The cause is unknown to him and he is considerably weakened from the loss of blood- S C Rose George Buchanan D B Rose Kelly Salley and several others who were summoned as special jurors to try the case of Dykes charged killing with Hawk Tutt about two years ago were re jeotedand returned home On my way to Campton last Friday I noticed a fine bunch of white goat pn the farm of Jame I 1 I IiI enquiryheprofitableall the shrubbery and briars are quick to increase and fine to eat when properly prepared Jan 25 DOMINOO TRENT TOPICS 0Grassyisthis weekIThere will be church at Laurel every first and third Sunday in each month Cal Cundiff and son Ova have been visiting relatives in Broathitt county for the past week Miss Stella Edwards has been visiting friends and relatives on Stillwater for the past week Malcom Barker attended church at the Johnson school house Sun day He reported a nice time Misses Maudie Campbell and Ida Beasley spent Sunday after noon with Mrs Walter Maloney Edgar Edwards Joe Beasley and Johnnie Shears were the guests of Malcolm Barker Sunday after noonJan2 J V W CONSOLATION CHAT 0 Aunt Nancy Swango of near Daysboro is a guest of E F Cecil and family- A sawmill belonging to Bascom Perkins has been set up on E F Cecils farm There is a lot of timber to be sawed Clay Cecil was the proudest boy on the creek last week He dis covered that a bunch of twin lambs had dropped in to see him Clay Cecil iill cutting logs this week He cut one pine which made 80 feet of saw logs This is very seldom seen in the mountains Arlie Cecil and wife are hard at work papering and fixing a house preparatory The old green color on the home of E F Cecil has given way to a resplendent white trimmed with blackwhich makes it more pleas ant to look upon Sam Wilson did the work 0 W Cecil and Sam Low while preparing for crop burnt off a lot of sage grass which caused several panels of the division fence be tween 0 W and E F Cecils land todestroyedJan POET GRASSY GAB 0 James McClure Jr of Salem attended church at this place last Sunday Rev J L Johnson is holding protracted services at Caney with i good success Quite a number attended the Baptist church Sunday The services will be protracted D H Gevedon and family of Little Caney have gone to More head to make it their future home Clarence Havens had the misfor tune to get tin eye put out one day last week completely destroying the sight Uncle Holly Amyx who has been living with John Amyx died of consumption and wad buried ThursdayJ who is interested in the hickory timber business at this place will soon have 1a car load ready for shipping We report the following mar riages Monroe Havens and Rosa Lee Rose and Slim Ferguson and Roetta Gibbs Good luck to thbm allEvalina DI1YClaudeStamper returned from H G A Saturday to spniid a few days with home folks Jan 25 Duovo INSKO INSPIRATIONS Mrs Elam is improving Coal ionsers were in this section last week Dave Rudd of Hnger was hero SundayAnderson Gevudon of Cnney was visiting hero last week Rev Wra Lindon who has been on the sick list is improving Elieha Burton acid wife of Cow creek visited herepartof latweek hJ I1IJ u ofBelknapSundayAndy Craso and Sam Lindon atbusinessplssedthroughCannel City l We should have said Georgela GeorgeConley Mrs Henry Hammonds and children of Netty are visiting her father Pros Crase Willie Marion and Pres Bailey attended the Masonic Lodge at Lee City Saturday night BudJoohero last week on business HozelGreenday We are expecting a large crowdParis Benton of Caney and Roe Patrick of Netty in Magoffin county were here last Sunday on businessRevs Grant Dennis of Lee City and Harry Gardner colofDaysboro preached here last Sun day to a large and attentive au dleucex+ Jan 25 NAT MURPHY FORK MINUTES 0 yo George Tackett moved to Green brier last week J S Pieratt sold a pair of 4 year old mules at Mt Sterling for 825 Jeff Hals y and family of Mize R spent Sunday at the home of J S Pierott Henry Murphy bought nine head of cattle from Arbury Kash of Gillmore last week Horse Swapping Silas Helton tryhis 1 againiAlthough tis the month of Jan uary yet Miss Nora Pierdtt can boast of having a Rose Bud last Sunday Harry Murphy was called Sun day to the bedside of Kelse Couch ot Fills Branch He reports tnat Kelse is very sick A refined social was ln hl Sot nt day night at the homo of Mary Murphy A large crowd of young jollytimL a timeMr and Mrs J C Couch and Flem Arnett o Magoffin county MurphySunday F Campton court Ben Murphy says the last Mt Sterling market went off Republican as he was forced to ship a car load of cattle to Cincinnati but went Democratic there r 1 iJingreatly improved by an additional J l room Cracker Neace occupies the grand old manson at present As he is something of a botanist it is possible that the new room may housed as a compounding room for A botanic remedies Why Newspapers Lie ItWhat makes you newspapers tell so many lies asked a rather inconsiderate Peorian oa news paper man the other doy flays the Peoria HeraldTranscript Because we have to get most of our informatin from liarswas the jollying rplyiWhen a newspaper reporter asks you for information do you tell r him all the truth or only BO much of it as will help your cause When you have a chance to give your side of an affair in the nevsv t paper dont you take precious good care to make a good argument for yourself 4 A newspaper cannot manufacture knowledge It must collect it Every news item that is published provided it is not of court record and newspapers have been sued for mistakes in court records toola based on information secured from some one An enthusiastic investor calls n reporter and informs him that lie has purchased piece of property + f and wll erect immediately a finn buildind that the value of the I property has increased fifty per t ThQbuildingvelops that the property has been it sold at a lose The paper stands 1 the blame for the inllccuraoyI r 1i I tafj1 th4IEHi t J 1ir 01 I 1tA 1I I I r If r J I THE HERALD Entered at the Hazel Green Pott p ofllceasincond olammatter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY Jan 28 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT h tlg JAMES r ADAMS Judge r KKLLY KASH Commonwealths Attorney 1 R IIowoNClerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in September WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge Q B STAMlKK County Attorney JlnnEnT L CABBOIL Clerk Meets first Monday in each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday In April first Tues day in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No lC M Fallen third Friday in March June scpteiuoer and December District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and November District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No ofI R Legg first Friday in March May August and November District lo6T C Hollon second Fri day in March June September and December District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday in February May November District No 7i3 TgMelton fourth Fri day in March June September and December District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and No vember DEMOCRATIC TICKET I WOLFE COUNTY For County Jud eW B DUn For County Court ClerkI L CARROLL For Circuit Court Clerk oJ C LINDON For Sheriff GEORGE tVSALLM For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE js For A6 essorJ T CENTER For JailerrJ C i LITTLE For Co Superluteiu elltJ W TAULBEE For Surveyor E CREECH For CoronerJ FRANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32nd y DistrictJOHN J WAUGH For County JudgeJ C EROUSON For County AttorneyJ P HANE For County ClerkJ H SEBASTIAN For Superintendent T N BARKER For Circuit ClerkR M OAKLEY For Sheriff H B BROWN For Jailer H C COMBS For AssessorWHIT KEMPLIN For CoronerZACII HANK For SurveyorM P TURNER Stray Shot From Mexico Special to TilE IIERALD I In my last letter I told you about the great cathedral at Pueb la This is said to the finest church 111 America but not the a most expensive At Mexico City the cathedral is seveial times as large and more than twice as ex pensive having cost about fifteen millions It lands on the site of Azteo temple which was down by the Spaniards in and the foundation of the was made of Aztec idols National Museum at Mexico IIidolscontains hundreds of these carved from stone represent various deities of the Az The great sacrificial stone on which as many as 201 people were sacrificed to the gods in one day Also the great calendar stone which represents minutely the history of the Aztec race for hundreds of years as well as giving the divisions of the solar year which is quite accurate At the cathedral in this city are many works of artl The only one ot the I six originalMadonnas is here and is valued at one million Max An offer of onethird this sum was refused years ago This is a fine city of 125000 people The streets sb arg well paved and the city has 6foetno lights and all modern im Y mprovements La Baranca a can z yqp 2000 feet deep is three miles away and this affords great water power which is utilized by the city lll Jn manufacturing electric power i for all purposes It is a delightful rangingtduring l yeitir although in the torrid zones 1 II aTho pity is nearly 6000 feet above I a tI yea Jeyel which makes it cool Wheat is raised all over Mexico4 and I have seen them harvesting rid sowing this crop in the same field at the same time Nature 1 has done more for Mexico than any other part of the continent tI bat the native labor is poor and f indolent very religious all Cath olics and generally worthless Farm bands get 80p a day and t Mexit can which is equal to onehalf r our money Tropical traits are plentiful andthoro is no place on r earth where a lilviinjcan be wodo 4 I L n with less work I forgot to tell you about President Diaz He iis hale and hearty at 81 and bids fair to serve another term as pres ident of the republic I attended his New Year reception which was the greatest event of the kind I ever witnessed All foreign ministers and attaches in gold lace aud state dress were present to greet the aged ruler of Mexico who has governed twelve million peo pie for over thirty years and whose power is more autocratic than the Czar of Russia The elections are a farce not one man in a hundred casting a ballot J H S Guadalajara Mexico Down in Oklahoma Elk City Okla Jan 18 W Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir Will you please pub lish this for the benefit of my friends who may contemplate com ing west as this is MY OKLAHOMA LIFE Stewart linger is my name From Jackson Ky I came You will find me out west Ina country of fame- StanllIg to death on a government claim Hurrah for Mills county the land of the free The home of the grasshopper bedbug and flea Ill sing of its praises and tell of its fame While goernmentclaim My bouse is built of the natural sod The walls are erected according to boil The roof has no pitch but level and plain And always gets wet when it happens to rain MT clothes they are ragged my living iIs roughMy Iis corndodger both solid and tougham But happy and live at my ease On sorghum molasses bread and cowpeas How happy I am when I tumble In bed A rattlesnake hisses a tune at my head A gay little centipede all above tear Crawls over my pillow and into my ear How happy I am on my government claim Jve nothing to lose and nothing to gain Ive nothing to eat end nethlng to wear From nothing to nothing Ive harvested air Now all you claim holders I hope you will stayAnd hardtack till youre old and gray But for me Ill no longer remain And starve like a dog on a government claim Farewell to Mills county farewell to the west Ill go back east to the one I love best Ill go back to Jackson and work In the store For since Ive been here the crops wont grow any more Farewell to Mills county where breezes arise Where the sun never sets and the flea never dies- Where the winds never cease but always remain Till they blow us clear off our government claim With best wishes to yourself and better seveneighths I remain Yours respectfully Route 1 STEWART HAGER The Lincoln Centenary One hundred years ago the twelfth of this month a great man was born There is no need to trace his history You lyjow it Every child in the public schools has the wonderful story by heart the story of a man whom circum stances could not bind whom ob stacles could not discourage whom ridicule could not deter whose height and breadth aud depth oj vision so far exceeded those about him that impervious to all with out guided only by that within he followed the way we know not of It is a question whether we of lesser vision see clearly even now fifty years after his death what his life has meant to the nation We have seen enough to raise him above criticism above censure to place him among the heroes to which mankind is pleased to do a perhaps the bigness of mind and heart that makes him our greatest American The lengthening perspective gain ed by the passage of each year has but added to his prestige and none can foresee his final rank We recognize by applause aud laurels many forms of socalled greatness We respect the man who achieves whether the produc tion be a symphony a paiutiug a miraculous cure of disease or the invention of a new battleship The teachtr who evolves a new cult has always a devoted follow ing the scientific investigator the philosopher these have be n accorded their meed of praise Let all those who attempt be en couraged This is wise and right lest any good that can come to mankind be lost But in the last analysis there is but one true measure of greatness It is the measure Christ gave us two thousand years agoand which we in our vanity oft forget That measure is service Tested by this standard the life if Abraham Lincoln stands out supreme above that of his fellows Utterly forgetful of self even to the disregard of his personal ap pearance his mind his heart and his very existence were given freely without reserve to a nation which sorely needed himTho February Delineator tLL w 1 KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely I Chronicled- The Hardin county board of equalization raised the county nsaepsincnt 161 J5ii Boyle Lay aged IS years was accidentally killed by his younger brother Lytton in Garrard county while hunt lug A No C shell exploded in the hated of Robert Dunn son of Col IMDunnl- of Danville blowing off three fingers The cause of tho explobimi in a 1llrI IOdd Fellows ofOwingsvlllo have pur n lot and will nt once tcuin tile erection ofa o story lirick building costing f6000 to be used for lodge par poses The grand jury of Boyle county ad journed after finding indictments against thirtythree olind tigers operating in Danville Among them was a county officialWith the head beaten to a jelly the body ot Talbert Howard a prominent merchant of Harlan was found in Cat ron river Three men are in jail charged with the crime Newt DufT fell from a barn loft at his home near Spencer and in falling truckI a crossbeam He sustained juries and had a narrow escape but is not in a serious condition Eight boys of the colored high school at 1aris ranging in age from 8 to 10 years were arrested and lodged in jail on the charge of larceny One of the boys confessed which led to the arrest of the others Congressman Edwards of the Eleventh district has introduced bill in the House to appropriate 7000 to erect a monument at Cumberland Gap where the state lines of Kentucky Tennessee and Virginia join Mary the 4yearold dauehter of Dave Kennedy of Stanford was attempting to dry her dolls dress before au open grate when her clothing caught tire and she was so badly burned that death en sued in a few hours Sparks from a passing engine set fire to a field of hemp belonging to W H C Woods near Bryants Station and had gained such headway before the fire was discovered that the entire crop was destroyed Loss about 700 Belle Ely a dusky damsel of Mt Sterling and Clarence Snedaker an ebony huedsport of Owingsvile became in volved in a difficulty at the formers home The woman bit Snedakers lower lip completely off Both parties were arrested and are in jail Sherman Insley of Harlan killed an Indian giving his name as Hatfeather He was a fugitive from Oklahomawhere be is wanted for murder Insley was seek ing to gain the reward of 1COO and engaged in a besperate fight with the redskin whom he had located on Brush mountainCharles Eoutt was wakened at his home in Lexington early one morning last week bA a grating noise at the door His son Woodford aged 1C satisfied some one was trying to pick the lock fired through the door When be open ed the door he found a file a key and a trail of blood Owing to the absence of important witnesses for the commonwealth the third trial cf W E Campbell charged with the murder of Policeman Michael Murphy in Lexington in 1907 was postponed until April 6at which time the special venire of 100 jurymen from Clark county is summoned to appear Turner Nichols of Marshal county watt fatally injured in an odd accident A pole had been bent across hIs wagon bed to hold down the contents and it suddenly slipped loose at one end and sprung up with great force striking Nichols on the head His skull was crushedand all hopes of his recovery are abandoned Beach Hargis Breaks Out Again Jackson Ky Jan 23Beach Hargiu again broke loose yesterday in the approved Hargis style shoot ing up the neighborhood and ter rifyiug the citizens generallyI I However his outbreak this time did not take place in Jackson but on the Clear Fork uf Frozen creek at the home of his cousin Harlau SouthLewis Smith a messenger from the South home came hurrying to town in the afternoon to ask aid from the county authorities for the suppression of young Har gisSmith leavingherezen crook Hargis procured some bad whiskey Smiths story of what followed in substance fol lows Hargis first went to the house of Obediah Roberts and ex hibiting a pistol announced to Roberts that he was going to have whisky Roberts gave him some whisky and while Hargis helped himself made tracks for the other side of his farmI- mpressed Souths Horse A short distance from the South home he met Harlan South on horseback Again bringing his fortyfive into view Hnrgis invited South to het off of his horse a- ndtYf 4 Aiji tlMII N Tl let him ride South who is him self half Hargis demurred to such a proceeding but being unarmed finally complied- As soon as lie was mounted Beach fired a few shots around tin feet of his cousin by wiry of fare well and sot out for Smiths homo His arrival thorn was so alarm ing that Mrs South her mother inlaw and the children fie through the bnck door and ncross fields to tho homo of Blniie Short Mr Short was nl the time out on his farm hut came to the house in a abort time Upon learning the causo of the trouble ho wont over to the South homo lIe came to the house just at tho same time that South cause in Shot Dishes From Tables They found Hargis amusing him self by shooting tho dishes off the dining room tahle Upon trying to remonstrate with him Hargis order them to clear out South and Short took refuge upstairs barri elided the door and called from a window to Lewis Smith who was passing to hurry to town for an oflicor As soon as Smith reached Jackson ho swore out a warrant be fore the County Judge which was placed in hands of Deputy Sheriff Grny Haddix iSo sooner was the warrant is sued than Call Crawford negro servant of young Hargis secured a horse and set out for Frozen creekSheriff Haddix declined the task of going to arrest Hargis unless another mnn went with him He finally secured the cooperation of Constable Shelton Combs and they went out to try their luck They had not reported up to a late hour Friday night Pulled up Lame Bench Hnrgis is at present in capacitated for further mischief by a shot in the foot inflicted while drunkand engaged in shooting promiscously at o v e r y t h i n g in sightDeputy Sheriff Gray Haddix and Constable Shelton Combs went to arrest young Hargis but theyiHargis in wounded He is now at the home of his mother here in Jackson and is not seriously hurt Some say I am too high Prove the truth give me a try 4WComo in and see me and I will surprise you Have me fix your teeth and if you are not satis fied I lose Aint that fair J H STAMPER Dentist Hazel Green Ky We Bu- yFURS S Hides and Wool Feathers Tallow Beeswax Ctcueng Golden SeaMY dIow Rood May Apple Wild Ginger etc We we dealers MUltihed in 18S6oer hills century in Louiivflle and on do better for you tHn tenu or cocunraiOQ merchuU Reference any Bask ia LouinriDe Write rot weekly price list and ilupsang Us AlaSabol A Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KV There arr more Jd nll JnltprDod In the United Stitet than ol any olhtr make olna iiJrihiS il on account ol theirI style accuracy and Mu niennUH MnnnrlnrfTheQii of Fhlon has more ewbcntlonitrauebrrsrn nma0cntana raest- numbr1 cent I very ubcrib rienaMcCall IM tern Free Subscribe today Lady Agent Vnnlrd llandnm pnmlumi or liberal caih commti ln tattemCeralopuetoltrodir- epro and Premium Catalo ue bhowlng ego premium sent free Addrui THE McCALL CO New York Fruit OrnaIIlBntaI Tiees Everything for Orchard Lawn and GardenA WRITE FOR FREE CATALOG WE HAVE NO AGENTS- H F HILLENMEYER do SONS LEXINGTON K- YBB 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers hU profestlonal services to the cltl tens of Hazel Green and urrouudmg coun try and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adioiniug Hazel ireeo Bunk jJf W Our Fall Opening- We invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish Fall Millinery We willshow an exceptional array of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including the 1 famous ACH Trimmed Millinery r MISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GREEN + K NZII- CRYCLEARANCE I SALE r To make room for our Spring Stock we have determined to sell at sacrifice prices for the next THIRTY DAYS r We quote a few but if you want bar gains come and see for yourself Mens Suits were 1500 now 1050 850 500 700 400 Boys 500 375 250 125 Mens Shoes were 300 now 225 Ladies Shoes from 115 to 150- All Outing Cloth 8 l2c per yard Brown Cotton 7 12 to 8 l2c per yard Extra uC Sugar 6c per pound Granulated Sugar 6 l2c per pound In fact everything in our store Cheap for CasheKash Johnson Kash By C F KASH Hazel Green Ky Sam Kashof the firm Kashe Sample says they are selling goods so fast and are kept so busy that they have no time to write an advertisement and he 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 THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then make up your mind and write mo for descriptive list of farms Hi Missouri Kansas and Oklahoma All line level productive land that will grow lIuytlllnl under the tnn prices ranging from 15 In 40 au acre und conic where lllu Is nude toler able hy easy punlitrble farming Why sweat and fret life away In the vain effort to eke out fi mere miserable Kustctmiire from the rock rihbed rootlaced hillsides as your fa titer and father father did when there Ii so much good laud to be had yet awhile for a mere sung Get out of the ruti break away from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose lo the grindstone All It takes is resolution lend u little nerve Write me and let me help you to a better condition 1 Hr PHIPPS CkaflolBj Kansas e La I i4II I WincnBstBQ Bask WINCHESTER KY N WITBERSPOONPresident Paid Up Capital i 10000000 Undivided IrulllH i 11000000 Uaiidioiue Deposit of- CJlrover t i i 820000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus Iness men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers Its custom famlityandthemostliberalterm legitimatebankfnl t I l e i J t f f1w qr 7 liii II r I a IM w- I t1 L t w + When You Tale Cold One way is to pay no attention to it at least not until It develops into pneumonia or ff- J bronchitis or pleurisy Another way is to ask your doctor 1 about Ayers Cherry Pectoral If he says II The best thine for colds then take it Do as he says anyway oar rgrmalu bath tleohot r AWPblll our midlolnM W urtyon to oO eonialt 40 7011ff When tho bowels are constipated polii sonous substances are absorbed Into tbeJ blood instead of bein dallyfemovedfrom i the body as nature intended Knowing this danger doctors always inquire about the condition of the bowels Ayers Pillst bytbJCArorCoLowilMstHE I Wanted several yards of home made linsey Apply to S F Reynolds Mrs Frank Elam near towu who i t has been quite ill for a week or so is improving ii- I i tiOliverKaeh of Cnmpton is hors this week helping invoice the stock j of Kash Sample Prof F W Long of Hazel Green Academy faculty preached at Frenohburg Sunday Squire Kelfle Couch of Grassy is down with rheumatism Dr A C Nickell is waiting on himtDr A C Nickell reports tbeJ birth of a boy to the wife of Clar j ence Trimble of Lacy creek Mon day night the 25th inst Rev M V Roberts preached at the Johnson school house on Lacy creek Sunday and had n very in teresting congregation J See the ad of Heinrich Tochey Helechawa who are in the market for full feathered geese for which they will pay 40p in cashIIJohn Smith Nickell of Ezel was in town Tuesday morning and reported that his wife who has been quite ill was improving Born to the wife of Henry Law i son a tenant on Dan Davidsons place Tuesday night Jan 26 a girl Dr A C Nickel1 officiating If you have any saddles or har ness that need repairing take theme b to S F Reynolds and see how 1 neatly and cheaply he can do theII Job I1 Ben Collinsworth and family recently of Helechawa now occu I+ py the residence of Mrs Emma n yEvans recently vacated by Rev James M Little and wife I 1 c George Dykes who was charged J with the murder of Hawk Tutt was tried by a jury at the present term of Circuit court at Gampton i1 1andfully acquitted of the crime Prof W H Cord formerly principal of Hazel Green Academy is at the head of a movement to establish t t a school at Mt Sterling t to be known as Montgomery col legeII Mrs Hal Smith of Hazel Green Heights has the thanks of the editor and his better seven eighths for a fine spare rib a mess of tur nips a large head of cabbage and some delightful sweet picklesI Bro Biokuell of cur town basI been conducting protracted services at the Amyx school house near Neola for shout 10 days pastI and at the last account had 15 additions to tho Christian church 1Mesdames Salina Sample of J Chambers Station Manifeeccmntv I and Ida Sample of Maytowq jass f edthrough town Tuesday morning en route to Lacy crook to visit Curtis Rose poninJiaw of tho formerIEvery one wbt wants a good hearty laugh come to hoar Jemi ma or The Witch of Bender at Pearre Hall Jan 30 at 8 p m Proceeds are to go toward secur ing new seats for the Christian t church Most comical play ever NlldHAd 1 a lt iJjS i I A Slick any- One Jay Bates passed a forged Chicago draft for 45 on Cashier Patton of tho Hazel Green Bank about ten days ago and investiga tion leads to the fact that while a country raised young man of Lotch er we believe he is a professional forger Several of his crooked drafts uud chocks have come to light and ho is apt to light in the embrace of the law j HIS CAREER ELSEWHERE HAZEL GUEEN BANK Hazel Green Ky Jan 2000 Sheriff of Letchor ofuntyIWhitesburg Ky Dear Sir Will you please in form us if you know a young manii in your county by the name of Bates He claimed to live in Letcher county and that he was representing the FranklinPrice Co of Iowa City Iowa and that was selling perfumery and toi let articles We want him hereI for passing a fraudulent bank draftAny information you mav be able to give me concerning tbisI gentfeinau will be greatly appre elated Very truly yoursIR H PATTON CashierI J Bates does not live in Letch or but has practiced his profession of forgery and fraud in this county in the past Has a splendid record in his line His father lives in Magoffin county I believe He lives on the road I havo no idea whore he is at this time RespeotfullyCCCRAWFORDSLC Law Offices of HOPKINS HOPKINS Prestonsburg Ky Jan 23II Dr C H Williams Hazel Green Dear Sir I have your favor of 21st relative to transaction with Bates Am sorry to say that this young man has an exceedingly bad reputation for forgery and like offensesHe indicted in the Knott Circuit Court for forging a bankI check in the Magoffin Circuit Court for similar offense and in this county for otaining money uuder false pretense by buying I from one of the Aruetts a horse paying for him with a check on the Bank Josephine representing that he had funds to meet it Itis a mistake that his father good Arnett followed himI and after coneiderable trouble recovered the horse The young fellow has shown such- a determined disposition to procI tice this kind of traud that I do not believe his father would help him if he could and about the only way to break him is to send him to the pen where he wont have a chance to carry on such business Business is exceedingly dull here Middle cieek coal mine shut down this week for the first time since it started and the good people around here who voted for Mr Taft be lieving that it would make times better have nothing to say Wishing you and your family a happy and prosperous New Year am your friend F A HOPKINS C E Clark was here Sunday en route to his home at Cannel City He had been attending the bed side of his father Charley Clark at Maytown who has pneumonia and he reported him as consider ably better Apropos it is rumored that Estill Clark will be a can lidate for the nomination for Rep resentative from the Morgan Wolfe district on the Democratic ticket Should he be nominated the Democratic party may be as sured that it wilt have a representative who will do honor to him self and his constituents as well The National C W B 11 will organize in the highlands of Ten nessee a school similar to the one herM in Hazel Green The C W B Mof Michigan has so far do nated 7000 to the cause and it is believed tho organization in Tennessee will raise a like amount R vH J Derthick has charge of the missionary work in Tennessee and beginning February 15 he will conduct series of missionary services in that state covering a pe riod ofabout three weeks The many friends of Roger Bry an senior member ofBryan Good win Hunt Lexington will regret to learn tbathe has been confined to baa bed for the past ten days or two weeks and therefore unable to make his regular visit here A gen tleman by thb name of Biggorstafl one of tho corps of commercial travelers for jbat firm was here Tuesday in his stead Dr A C iokell a few days ago bought of John Childers of Mav town a handsome bay saddle mare 14t hands high seven years old for t12O She is a picture and a pet with several tricks to her crod it i r SANDPIBLD SITTINGS 0Miss Alice Wills called on Nancy Catron Sunday Miss Aquilla Haddix went to Ha zel Ureen Saturday Mattie aud Lonnie McNabb visited Stella Catron Sunday The little sn of Mr and Mrs J B McNabb is ou the sick list Mr and Mrs Ed McNabb spent Saturday night with J J Catron Nannie and CarlStamper spent Saturday night with Aquilla Had dixAnnie Moore of Long Branch iis visiting her aunt Mrs W A Old fieldMesdames Roll Clark and D B Stamper were guests of Mrs Willie Clark Sunday Mr and Mrs R A Guilders of May town spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Ed McNabb Tho following young folks attend ed the candy party given by Miss Cordie Oldfield Saturday night Misses Maud McNabb Emmo and Annie Belle Landrnm Nancy Cat ron Frances James and Vernio Clark Messrs Byrd and Roy Mc Nabb Rollio and Courtney Stamp er John Osborn Robert Wick Charlie and Joe Childers and Willie Catron Jan 25 GLENDORA For SaleFarm of 100 acres 75 acres bottom land all timber necessary for farm use good 0 room dwelling and all out buildings barn C0x82 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 13500 will buy it WAddre88 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green or F P Clark Toli ver Ky for further particulars Enjoys Reading It Thpmasville Ga Jan 21 Dear Mr Cooper I was pleased to receive your bill n few days ago I bad forgotten just when my sub scription expired so I enclose the 2 to pay up to October 1910 I get TIlE HERALD quite regularly now and enjoy the Rowe of its pages Ourwork is going on nice ly Weather is fine We enjoy fresh vegetables from our garden every day I often wonder how cold it is in Kentucky Hope you are having a nice winter Givemy love to Mrs Cooper I would like to see all my Hazel Green friends Very respectfully MRS MATTIE BISHOP Vashti Indian School Our lady readers should avail of TilE HERALD offer to get a pair of Patent Tension Spring 8i n c h 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 subscribers have the same privilege Call and see them at this office Here is a good item for news papers tocopy and place in a con spicious corner It is from the Fourth EstateliThe man who subscribes forn newspaper and reads it is better qualified for citi zenship than the fellow who bor rows his neighbors and steals the news it contains Floyd Day last week sold a tract of timber land on Frozen to WH Winterbottom Sou of Grand Rapids Mich for a consideration of 85000 a cash payment of 80 000 being made Tho buyers will put in mills at once and begin cut ting the timber John A Adams of the U S mail service station d at union depot Lexington was in town Monday en route home from the bedside of his father Rev Johns Adams at Maytowu who has been quite ill Mr Adams reported him as better that morning The Republican committee of this the 84th Senatorial district composedof the counties of Ows ley Breathitt Magoffin Morgan and Wolfe has called H convention to meet atWest Liberty March 5 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for senator Rev W B Ragan a few days since wrote Rev James M Little that the reason he did not fill his appointment last week was on ac count of illness of himself and famiybutsaid he would bo hereto preach the coming Sunday God willing IReoiprooit or youtioklome andIlltickleyou spirit is a commodity between the newspaper publisher and tho patron that can not bo successfully dispensed with Th + paper that booms a town and iU people ought to be boomed by its beneticiariew t tYSldatt +pitirl = r Shako in a Bottle Now is the time when the doc tor gets buoy and tho patent med icine manufactures reap the harvest unless great care is taken toI dress warmly and keep tho feet dryI This is the advice of tin old emiI net authority who says that Rheu matism and Kidnoy trouble weath er is hero and also tells what to do I in case of an attack I Get from any good prescription pharmacy onohalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion a n u ounce Compound Kargon threo ounces Compound Syrup Sarsapurilla Mix by shaking in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after meals and at bedtime Just try this simple homemade mixture at tho first sign of lUmen matism or if your hack aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said to be a splendid kidney regulator and almost certain remedy for nil forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the blood which thekidneys fail to filter out Anyone can easily preparo this at home and at small cost Druggists in this town und vicin ity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these ingredients or if our readers prefer theywill compound the mixture for them Denny and Neal Nickell last week joined the United States army enlisting nt Jackson They separated at Columbus Ohio and the latter is now located at Fort Hancock NJ but tho first named had not been assigned at lost accounts Both are young men of fine promise one being the son of Dr An NickoM and the other of W Nelson Nickoll and if thpy apply themselves properly ttiny tiny emerge from the service as professional I mon of prominence I Misery in Stomach I I Why not start unw today and forever rid yourself of Stomach I I trouble and Indigestion A dieted I stomach gets blues and grumbles Give it a good oat take tapes Di apepsin to start the digestive juices working There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of uiuligestiid food i no feeling like a lump of lend in the stomach or heartburn sick headache and Dizziness und your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Popes Diapepsm ccsta only u cents for a largo case at any drug store here and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in live min utesThere is nothing eW1 better to take Gas from Stomnch and cleanse the stomach and intestines nnd besides one trinngulo will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood nil your food tho saute as a sound healthy atomacJp would do it When Diapepsin works your stomach rests get8 itsolf in order cleans upand then you feel like eating when you conic to the table and what you eat will do you good Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon us you decide to begin taking Din pepsin Toll your druggist that you want Tapes Dmpepsin be cause you want to be thoroughly cured of Indigestion Buggies I BHuggiOS a i Tile citizens of Hnzel Green and thin vicinity nre herewith informed that they can now buy tir3t class buggies at home I nm prepared to ftmiUh the hest made and at reasonable price+ I dont list die anything but lirntclnaa buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere t Remember if ynu want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will glvo satisfaction in comfort and wear 1 can supply yen Call and see me at my shop in Hazel Green UopecifiillvJOUN H ROSEN i i 1J I Closingi Out IrrJJTatartill- y COST AND CARRIAGE ALL OF OCn11 t Vii il Winter Goods MIA v V ti MISSES MAPEL TROY have just received a pretty line of Christmas Goods something Unit Is mrliis thelittleandlint v We have everything appropriate to drew a beautiful CHRISTMAS TREE i 71callpresents OUR FRUIT ILINE IS COMPLETE Anything you want in this line for the Holidays we have itorange lemonstbananas apples cranberries etc etc day young man can be suited in our Christ inii line if ho whilei to bur some thing for his best girl Call and see MAlKL it TIUJY THE PEOPLE OF HAZEL GREEN h J 4 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 k r ever before f PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yard Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROS Money to Burn If you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may bo burned lost or stolen x 7 but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be = rowdy for you when needed deposit it with us Aback tl account will give you a Letter business standing in l the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will be pleased to see it there before the close of tho year IflOS 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there was no one to see lilt liinmoir his horses a boundless level of prairie grass the blue sky above with Its sun by day UH stars by night At first the Ianll seemed strange but 1 onII understood how a man who haw till his life In dally touch with Broad way might go melancholy mad In a single tiny In n region where bo couldl sec nod hear absolutely nothing but the wonderful panorama of nature and Its voices There was a multitude 0I things around him to arouse interest j which to tine plainsman meant safety j or danger life or death but whirl j would mean to such a man indeed lIulI more than so many blades of grass This silent excitement of the solitary ride over the broad prairie where tin city man would see nothing but dui monotony was something more excite ingly fierce than anything I had seen In n town ami 1 had seen Wall street crazed I have watched street riots I have witnessed royal pageants mid I have seen men lynched These things I stir the blood but they all seem pale to what I have felt when out alone on r n scout Consequently the scout on duty wan compelled to invent ruses of his own to assist him in emergency And when some extremely dangerous mis slot had to be undertaken the scout often puzzled the commander by refusing aid in the shape of a squad or any chosen number of soldiers to ac company him But actually it was tin part of discretion to do so as going alone or with one or two chosen com ratios whom you knew to be true blue was n precaution that favored your own safety as every scout naturally picked tho very best mounts and rode ono and hind what la called a lead horse well trained to follow and stand by him in every emergency lie had only himself to loot out for anti with a good lend horse In a rare for life had a fresh remount Therefore I always kept myself well provided with well trained steeds who became wonderfully proficient in scenting dan ger and even game The fact that your horses were unshod was another puzzle to a trailing Indian as a shod horse print gave him a clew to a white mans presence or the proximity of the military One of my ruses was to take with me a bugler of the Fifth cavalry named Kershaw who devel oped a capacity for comradeship in such adventures Kershaw after retiring from the army became chief of police at Chester Panear Philadel phla and died there several years ago Generally I preferred like others go Ing alone as then I bad only myself to look out for I took Kershaw with me often as I knew the country was infested with F yus bugle call threw them Into confusion large bands of Indians when it was too dangerous to travel in daytime and your object could bo best accomplished In the night Ills value as a striker can be best explained by the following incident On one occasion we slept duroI II ing tho day in a well wooded box canI yon near n little stream of water withI plenty of grass for the horses to browse I on and at the same time wo were hid den from view Toward evening whenI we thought It convenient to continueI our scout Just as we wero about to emerge from our hIding place a large band of Indians assembled down tho canyon to camp for the night Mount ed as they were It was useless for UII to attempt flight so moving farthrII backward In the woods we remained I concealed until they had settled downII There was no way to get out except aII gash through the Indian village We tret of stay WI 4yUgbt M they J L I iJ wzy would I 0 riI I fro quietly wolfed J1 hill to- at r r l tIIt edge Ior the vlliiv wluiv there WitH nn ave nut of siiip Tlulrl faithful dogs of coinso alnniutl the coup so the best we could do was to make n dash out wheel and lire its quick as we could and Kershaw with his faithful bugle blew the charge Hiding quickly around the village we made little firing nt them and anotlterI I bugle charge again A repetition of this at another point and a bugle charge threw them Into confusion stampeded their pontes prevented their quick mounting and while they went In one direction bold Kershaw and myself were riding In another Natu rally of course this gave the Indians htI0101111 Hoyal and with Major Drown Captain Bache Lleuten ant lack Hayes and a detachment of cavalry went on the trail which was followed for two days and the Indians were severely punished with but few casualties on our side Getting fresh meat for Fort Sheridan we were greatly annoyed at times on our buffalo hunt by being Jumped by the Indians who In those days were generally out with the same object Many a hot skirmish or many a run for it was necessary Buffalo natural ly were some distance from the fort and I thought of a trick by which I could give my red brothers a surprise In a run fot it n few miles from the fort was a hogback that furnished n good defensive position and I bad often noticed that It had a long deep bushy ravine It was In the nature almost of a natural fortification So I thought how I could get them to re peat their many attacks on me when I ran to this particular point from which I could signal for help to the fort with hasty grass fires and smoke that talked Buffaloes were at the time plentiful so I secured Kershaw and about fifteen good marksmen with provisions for the trip and start ed out before daylight for the hunt Hiding the soldiers in this ravine we proceeded on our Journey nnd had not tho wagons half filled before my striker Dill White announced Indians in the distance and a big band too said Bill Away we went for the hog back and it was IIckety split with the Indians gaining on us every min ute We reached it threw our wagons into position packed our buffalo hamsI out for breastworks threw some straw about and gathered up some J dead grass to make a signal The In dians seeing it knew that relictI would come and they hadnt a mo ment to lose if they wanted our scalps On they came dashing around My self and teamsters and five or six of us banging away at them they ell clod around and drew off as they I commonly did and at a distance ofII about scvcntyflve yards from the ambush As usual they bunched togeth er listening to the wrangle of tbeII chief Bane Bang Bang And the I old Winchesters began to talk from the ravine while Kershaw with his bugle blew the charge the Indians tumbling here there and everywhere out of their saddles the rest scattering J with the speed of Jack rabbits in all directions Assembling on the distant hills they realized that the Jig was up particularly when they saw theI cavalry coming In the distance Some how or other during the remainder of tho season they never seemed to mo lest the buther wagon with the same I appetite And the fort always had fresh meatIA country of such vast expanse unsettled I save for a few forts as places of refuge and succor so comparatively j few In number as to be as it were likec pebbles on the seashore rendered theII campaign in winter with the blizzard conditions not only hazardous and dangerous but even if successfully l combated attended by excruciating suf feting This the old army officers nnd t soldiers of the early campaigns will I never forget the physical discomforts and mental worrying with climatic j conditions far excelling those that de 1 feated Napoleon in his winter campaign t In the region about Moscow- I I relate two or three examples On I one occasion I was out with some of the Fifth cavalry under the command t of Lieutenant Bache a descendant of Benjamin Franklin and a member of a well known Philadelphia family and by the way a magnificent young oil cer who in various campaigns showed a bravery and dash that one wouldE not associate with his aristocratic bear lug and extreme gentility A blizzard J nrose Fortunately we wore near shell ter In the shape of some bluffs and jI scattered wood When the blizzard was over It was necessary for us to strike out on the path of duty The thermometer was away below zero andII the wind cutting and sharp On coming back from the lead to con suit with Lieutenant Bache I passed by him to caution the sergeants to look out for their men from the cold and see that they did not become drowsy and on my return I found Indications of numbness and drowsiness even In the case of the IIJeutcnaot I arooied t 1L d rc 4 him and appealed to him frf pull himself together but ho was Just In the humor to resent it In consequence I had to take the law Injo my own bands and shake him up In lively style first taking the precaution of slipping his revolver and placing It out of his reach As he did hot respondI ttr my efforts on the horse I simply dismounted pulled him from the horse and used him In what one would think a rather rude mid rough ninnner In fact I had to make a punch bag and football out of him much to the astonishment of some of tine young troopers who cline up and were golhg to nvftigo my apparent dlsvturtcsy to their olll Cer though sonic of the older men ex plained its necessity Kventnally I pit the lieutenant on his feet and whle our horses were being taken care of an old sergeant and myself hustled him along on n little foot race until we WitI his blood in circulation and so overcoming tine danger we eventually ar rived safely nt the fort On another occasion when out with General Eugene A Carr with whom I consulted and who by the WilY was one of the best posted and equipped Indian fighters and frontiersmen on the roster of the army we both con eluded that on account of the peculiar balmy condition of the weather a bliz zard would be the next thing In order So we resolved to strike camp lrlyI as we were then In a bleak country i In the blinding LllrranJ I I nnd over fifty miles from wood and water This wood and water were IllnI lower country where there was onlIone gap which would furnish descent Into the valley and that had to be reached by careful attention to direc Hon Starting early and getting the point of the wind we had not gone far 1be- fore old Boreas began his revels Gun eral Carr of course gave orders to the commanding officers of companies In regard to preventing drowsiness of the men and to quirt then in case of any of them succumbing to the cold I shall long remember that trip for It was necessary for mo to go by the wind and not flinch from it for In thpI blinding blizzard we would all soon be lost The direction brought the wind against my left ear and as thc storll soon became so blinding that even n black horse could not bo seen ten feet from the picket ropes lariat lines were scattered along to guide the men who kept so close almost as to touch end horses tall But I dared not change my position for fear of losing the di rection so for eight hours I held my left cheek and ear against the storm and of course suffered greatly from frostbite I dared not dlsuiourit nn did many of the others General Carr himself walking nearly all the dti j tance leading his horse I hind stulllllII my ear with a piece of saddle blanket 4 1 but notwithstanding that the cardn i was frozen and for a time It gave tott Intense pain sand suffering and up I tho present day It has quite affected my hearing on that side But by this pertinacity wo reached the gap nod when I bad made tho point success jI fully and the descent down Into canyon became assured there tillII never 1500 men who let out such yells and paeans of Joy I On another occasion I had n very try Ing experience when General Pcnrtisoi command had been sent to reconnoiter the surrounding country by General Sheridan and were known to have been somewhere In a blizzard Xot hearing from them for several drays we knew 1111trailst snow was a problem to find them General Carr of course consulted with me in the mat ter and he relates the incident In der tail la Carrs Campaigns of my sw cess in finding tho men In this Instance knowing in what direction tlllIj had gone I had to travel fifteen miles to find a ridge that they would cross nd that the storm would blow tin snow away from and leave bare Fol lowing this ridge for five tulles or I found tho trail of their horses and wagons where they hind crossed and by the hoof traits located the di rection In which they had gone I suc ceeded In reaching them snowed In in a terrible condition for every thing hind been enter up to such nn extent that tho horses and mules had eaten the manes frnd tolls off each other netnrnlng the next day relief was sent anti tho commands became reunited 1Jr t t 4 MyYounBSister writes Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss tookXmy advice which wasio take GarduL She was OarduiI e f- TAKECARDUII s It WillJOD wasinbegantoam in better health than ill three years Every and cureirregularitysimilar female troubles Cardui is safe reliable scientific Try Cardui JAT ALL DRUG STORES I F AZELGREENACADEMY Winter Term Opens Dec 29 1908 Special attention will be given to teachers ivho wish to review all the Common Branches hi preparation for Spring Examinations t The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so OB to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bettor prepare themselves 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