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T 4 IY 3f IiI ijAf fi1 IW kFjf Ii i ThE i Jt HAZEL REEN BLIALD0 klltabtti edMatek 4188yMaz0Rell 0 91 fBKOEB Owner r0Oad 4ctorTheOldest Moat Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advance TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 4 1909 NUMBER SO r 1 Jjdqton and Eastern Railway J JrimeTale In Effect Jane 21 1908 WEsTBOUND i 1 o3 NOdi- 6TATIONS Dallex Ilailyaud Sunday A Sggtlay Sunday only AMLve PMLve AMLve 4 Jaokon 6 10 am 2 20 pa 700 m- 04KJ Janet 6 lb pm 226 pm 715 am BeMtyve Jc 7 07am S 20 pm 754 am Torrent 7 SO am 8 41 pm 815am Nat Bride 7 46 am 3 66 pm 826 am Gmptou 7 48am 3 67 pm 828 am I Stanton 8 16am 426pm 864 am J Clay City 8 26 am 4 36 pm 902 am LAB Jnnon 900am 6 07 pm 1003 am- Wlichester 0 12 am 6 20 pm 1012 am LeJttonar 9 66 a8l6 05 pm 1025 am l ROUNDli No2 K No4 r Dally ex c STATIONS Dally andtY I Ib1 Sunday 3 Sunday PM LnAMLYIa 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 36 am s 2 88pm 20 Winchester 20 8 IS OBI as 2 48 pm JAEJ unction 8 20 pm 3 60 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 3 58 pm U Btauton1 44 9 10 am II 4 30 pm Campton Jnntn 9 38pm f7 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57l 9 4S am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 56 am 6 10 pm 70 BeattyrtJo am 1 606 pm 90 OKJunon 7011017 r 6 10 pm 94 Jackson am I i CONNECTIONS L 4c E JoKCTlOK lialng Nos 1 and will make connection with the Cit ORy for Mt Sterling lC PTONJUNOTIoKTraln Non 1 2 4 connect with the MouutalnCentral a By for Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVLtKJUnCTiOK Trains No 2 will make connection at BeattyvllleJuno with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Btatly ville- O t K JCKCTION Train Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O di K Hallway for local stations on the O A ii Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager t t OHA8 JJCOTTUenPass Agent onto 8UtUUtyBRaIIwB4 Time Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND No SS JiI IKI No 21 STATIONS Daily ex DaUYdex a Suay PM ABB 0 27 PMARH- A 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 36 4 66 11 Heltehawa 20 12 19 A 45 18 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 5 62 22 Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 8 00 Jackson 11 06 EAST BOUND No34 II II No22 t Daily oz STATIONS Dally u 8auaySunayAM LyE PMLv 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 I 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 1 f 8 24 13 Hampton IS 1 44 8 87 10 Wilhurst 20 161 025 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 9 SO 0 Jackson 27 2 30 tl Nos 21 and 22 will make close conneotto at O 4 K Junction with NOl 3 and 4 for If points on the Lexington and Eastern Railway M L CONLEV f Superintendent r l1tat lraltaiIl No1 No 2 DEPART ABB1V BOO a mCampton1180 a m k 200 p m Campton 600p m- E + No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn Juno10O5am 8 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm t Tho Mountain Central makes oonnBo ion with all L dt E pas senger trains t BU If SOLID t UNDER1IADR KYI1 and tcL edfoiningrpui tlea that he far Mallne of Coffini OiakeU DnH Ctetjiea j awajtkedeattJ dx Ijrtrflpeclal cMkota eupplie I P24- honnPnotice fhre t made if ordered t upcralpAlto c 1 fFr J t EIVEGL Olt08E4 t h N9taJTwFubhc STILLWATBB KY I t oearabiaprofeaelonaleervlautWdtlseatofW a1wYaw Lrltyltltele4tliet r Ofd Jt s t tlaae+ ea- f ptmnIftjj rYb COtTNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi allydistant friends DAYSBORO DOINGS o Coroius Cheney went to Pike county last week on business J H Elam who has been very sick for tho past week is improving Green Brewer of Still water moved to this section a few days agoAndy Toliver of Mize passed through hero a few days ago en rotate to Pikeville Sidney Bishop of Pekin moved to this section temporarily a few days ago to do some logging Harlan and Alvin Oldfield moved their stow mill a few days ago to John Brewers to saw the 0 F Garmger boundary of timber Feb 1 SWINQEOAT r Iidigeston Ends You can eat anything your atom ach craves without fear of a case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or SQnr onyour stomach if you will occasionally take a little Diapep sin after eating Your meals will taste good and anything you eat will be digested nothing con ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gas which causes Beloliing Dizziness a feeling of fullness after eating Nausea Indigestion liken lump of lead in stomach Biliousness Heartburn Water brash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptomsHeadaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedy is used Diapep sin really does all the wark of a healthy stomach It digests your meals when your stomach cant Eachtriaugnle will digest all the food you can eat and leave noth ing to ferment or sour Get a large 60cent case of Popet I Diapepsin from your druggis and start taking today and by tomor row you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slightest discomfort or misery and every particle of impurity and Gas that is in your stomach and intes tines is going to be carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance I BONNY BLUNDERS 0As I have never seen any news in the interesting and newsy HER ALD from this part thought that I would write a missive WG Henry was interviewing our merchants Thursday Ada Henry was visiting Mis Lizzie Cecil of Grassy last week Eb Henry is visiting his sister Mrs 0 0 Armstrong at Prestons burg Miss Pearl Cox of Omer is visiting her sister Mrs G W Blan kenship Mrs T H Vest spent Thursday with her daughter Mrs J D ba- klotat Pine Ridge John Gibbs and wife of Pekin vieltod A B Lawless and family Saturday arid Sunday i burs 0 P Carter was called to the Bedside of her sister Mrs John Smith Nickef at Ezel who is very low wIth pneumonia Quito a crowd gave Rollie Cecil nightM3prepmti edy they are going backjigaifili Fe 1 vSo J yome reguarly each week Sybil lJot sigtf your full namenot for vetficatlonEDno 1evoltsatt CoIl Steel rYoutonlyhopo said three doctor to MrerMi E Fistier Do tfpiti Mj jbi ptifforlnS from severe rectaltronblo lies Jp ani opera KingaNewLice appebdici1lsdo at a114Mleri f 1 4 J TO CORHE8OHDEHT8Mall your Item earlyjfb they Will reach our office morningMondayifnot be published uuleu of unusual Ira perinea Advertise no ones bnlneu ana vrrite orfbdfside of the paper dilly P lILLIlIT R9PARIiLS Jeff Brewer0Sris on the sick list at thia writing D B Tyra bought five head of voting steers for which he paid 00 Geneva Brown of Trout wont to Campton Thursday returning home Friday General Tyra bought a mule from Neese Tyra for a considera tion of 9 14750- S C Rose visited Alf Kasb at Campton Friday night and par took ofa sumptuous supper J D Edwards went to Campton Saturday to attend to some legal matters connected with Circuit court ROBCOO Shackelford of Hazel Greeu bought of Green Hatton of Holly 110 bushels of corn for 8500 JosephA Rose and little son Dewey and Willie Clark all of Hazel Green were on Stillwater ThursdayNinnie and Omar Brewer Ella Edwards DB Tyra Arthur Bush and J W Maloney visited S C Rose and family Sunday T t Friday Tim Graham bought B s ofr land from J R EI njiideratioD of 2500 eadow through hei of cattle wh1 j the uppor conn u cow had a stick her head and seeme B piRrr ib return home I wish fc correct an error made in the last issue of TUG HERALD in regard to Andy Phipps com pleting his job of carpenter work on Stillwater He has not yet fin hhed hifbontraot D B Tyra who has been baling hay forZT Hurst on Frozen says the Rodaah coal company are now operating their mine in full force and shipping coal over the 0 k K via Wilhnrst The past few days seem to have been dovbttd to changing the own ership of cows The following Chaneyboiightonefrom 2750 John Tanlbea bought one from G B Rose for 80 Miles Cookram bought one paying 30 for it Merida Brewer sold one to D B Tyra for 2750 cash Feb 1 DOMINGO Washutoa Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept in bed for five weeks Blood poison from a spiders bite caused large deep sores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Bueklens Arnica Salve completely cured me writes John Washington of Bosqueville Tex For eczema boils burns and piles its supreme 25o at all daal ers MURPHY FORK MINUTES o Lewis Ashley moved last week from J R Leggs place to Jeff Haleys r John Sally moved last week from Pleasant Hill to Mike Ohair on Laurel Judge Day and J B MoNabb left last wekfor Breathitt coun ty on a business trip Tom Tpjson bought of Will Nes tor a bayvmare and buggy price paid f12 The mare is a sister of Nancy Hanks Tom Rasuio of Salem stopped at Wash Swangos during the stormy wpather He was n route to Mt Sterling Tho writer was forged to stay in the house the past tow days the grip holding him down gripTIllthingItWhile storms around him sing Feb 1 POET The man who wins iii the man who holds on fat a little longer than he thinks ha ce tii tN h f4 aya L LEE CITY LOCALS 0Roads are pretty bud hero at presentMiss Taulbeo visited homo folks last week Jerry M Dunn visited Eli Allen the first of the week Dr W P Wise made a business trip to Campton Friday Dr J H Dunn made a busiuosB trip to Jackson Saturday Cess Holbrooks made a business visit to our town Monday H 0 Rose spent the greater part of last week at Camptou Dr James H Dnnn bought a fine mulch cow from Newt Naw last weekA largo crowd attended the Saints prayer mooting last Tuesday night 0 F Taulbee and wife visited Rub Huff and wife Saturday and SundayOnly one store is being run in our town now and they are doing a big business J 0 Taulbee visited his daugh ter Mrs James H Dunn Satur day and Sunday John A Graham of Lexington passed through here Wednesday en route to his works J 0 Taulbees little son Perry who has been very bad with pneu monia is able to be out again L P Allen has been appointed deputy sheriff in this section and he is taking the people to Campton rightMiss Wilson who has hern stopning with her sister Mrs Hoi brooks went to Wilhurst Monday where she will stop with her broth er Kisor Wilson Feb 1 LIUTE Soldier Balkg Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil war veteran of Kemp Tex that a plot existed between a desperate lung trouble and the grave to cause his death 11 contracted a stubborn cold he writes that devel oped a cough that stuck to me in spite of all holies for years My weight n JSOpounds Then I began o use Dr Kings New Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe colds obstinate coughs hemorrhages Asthma and to prevent pneumonia its unrivaled 50o and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers ROSE PORK ROAMINGS o Andy Elam is on the sick list Cecil Hurt loaded two oars of lumber recently A A Duff made a business trip to Jackson Saturday A Mr Julian of Ohio was in terviewing our lumbermen recently Newt Lee of this place attend ed court at Campton part of last week 0 F Carriage moved a mill from this place to the head of Red riverGreen Puckett is selling out with the intention of moving to Wilhurst Green Nickell has bought a farm in Magofiin county and will move there soon Reese Rose and Joe Banks of Lee City were transacting busi ness here one day last week Misses Nora bhd Ethel Wise Pearl Taulbee and Bettie Lee were guests of Mrs J L Duff Thursday Times seem to be opening in this part of the country The timber men are getting sale for their ties and manufactured stock Hurt Bros now have an order for ten care of ties Feb 1 ROSR The Secret of Long Life A French scientist has discover ed one secret of lung life His method deals with the blood But long ago millions of Americans had proyed Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sick and debilitated people Kidney trouble had blighted my lifo formonths writes W 11 Sherman of Gushing Me but Electric Onlyboo i 1i TRENT TOPICS o Walter Malonoy rocontly moved into his ueW house Taylor Vancleavo has just finished building a chimney for Wal ter Maloney Miss Nannie Barker of the place visited relatives at Consolation the latter part of last week R E Nickoll and Rev Ira Wells of near Daysboro were WtdilyThursday Feb 1 J V W HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and finahancially able to carry ont any obligation made by bit firm WALDiNd RINNAN Jc MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucon surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by Druggists Take Halls Family Pills lor constipation IN8IO IrtRPttlTtoNS 0Alfred Crase made a business trip to Lee City a few days ago James Fugate of The Flatwoods was here a few days ago on business A B Little has boon in Breath itt county for the past week buy lug cattle L A Lykins and TF Nickell of Malono were here a few days ago on business David Phipps and family left Monday for Wisconsin to make it their future home Miles Wilson of Gunnel City has moved here to take charge of the Polly Wilson farm H H Risner went to Magoffin county a few days ago and bought a nico bunch of calves The protracted meeting held here by Revs Wm Yocum and Harry Gardner has just closed Mrs Polly Phipps widow of the late Georgp ph s sold Thomas Phipps twr fers tor 29 J R Rat Tom Phipp of Cuney were here mouday buying cattle H R Davis sold them a fine yoke of oxen for 76 Feb 1 NAT Print by Reqctgt Mix the following by shaking well in a bottle and tai o in tea spoonful doses after meals and at bedtimeFluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces A local druggist is the authority that these simple harmless ingredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our home druggist The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and inactive kidneys overcoming Backache Bladder weakness and Uri nary trouble of all kinds if taken before the stage of Brights disease Those who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain the back clears the urine of sediment and regulates urination especially at night curing even the worst forms of bladder weakness Every man or woman here who feels that the kidneys are not strong or acting in a healthy man ner should mix this prescription at home and give it a trial as it is said to do wonders for many persons Weather Forecast for February February 1 to February 4Be tween thesb dates storms rain and wind4th to 7th Betwtoti these dates generally fair weather between 3d and 4th and changeable rainy and snow aud colder oth to 7th 8th Unsettled 9tb and 10th cold wave and snow 12th to 22d Between these dates unsettled woather on 11th Colder weathor cold wave and snow from 12th to 18th and occasional snow to rain between 10th and 22d 23rd to 25th Between these dates generally fair weather will prevail20th to 28thBetween these dates snow to rainW W MAKSH in Cincinnati Enquirer Dont get playful during working hours I ki4LiJ Some Farm Law i JudgeLafferty mattersivented if the persons concerned had only had a slight knowledge of law He pointed out that lawsuits Often arose over boundary lines and corner stones This is useless if we only under stood the law No survey can mako a change in a boundary lino if thorp has beon a definite andItyearsAnd Jl- stones will hold it matters notJJ what the survey calls for Agreements between the land lord and tenant should be in writ ing and must always be so if the contract holds for a longer time alwaysbefor each party The tenant is re quired to comply with the terms of the contract and in case the ten ant fails to cultivate his crop in a husbandlike manner the farmer may hire laborers to cultivate the crop properly and pay the cost out cropAmung ed by the lecturer was the subject of lawful fences which he said must be built of solid material four and onehalf feet high either rails plank or wire or by a ditch 3 by 3 feet with a hedge on one side may be used No man can use barbed wirerfor a partition fence unless his neighbor whose field is next to his consents When stock a 1break1F I stock broke over belonged to the + owner of the stock otherwise not Water courses must take their t7 natural thoughitway and no man can place 1 in any way damage some other person Lexington Leader Printers Standpoint Somo merchimts tell the printer he should make war with the mail order houses and keep trade at lhome for the good of the community y Thats exactly what we Hove in keeping trade and beJJ at home says the Guernsey Gazette But the person wh sends i- tt lil order house for an order ol i is no more guilty of trea I son iiuii is the person who sends away for his printing and especi ally when ho could get what he wants right at home and at a prico that is just ae low in the end OB the price of the mail orderprintll rUj1printingprinter there and at home has no thanks to bestiw upon the pur chaser for the business he has given out If he had bought the sprinting from the home printer that same printer would have a thank to to he ittomerprinting would be spent by the printer and the man who bought the printing would get his shafe ofrit There is certainly a moral in trading at home even for buyerslJ of printed goodsIKentucky Educational AssociarJtion Will Assemble in Jane Supintocdentcalls attention to the next meet ing of the Kentucky Educational Association as follows The thirtyeighth annual session of the Kentucky Educational As sociation will be held at Estill Springs Irvine Ky on June 22 23 and 24 1909 There is prob ably no place in Kentucky so well equipped and so admirably adapt ed to the entertainment of the as sociation as Estill Springs The large oldfashion homelike hotel b can easily and comfortably accommodate 400 people The surround ings are beautiful and the meeting this year should be the great eet and host in the history of the associationtthe citizens of Irvine to secure this tlmeeting of the association will be ja net saving to the members of hundreds of dollars The only n man who never had diedbe r A 1If l 1 t = Jl 71 F frY i t f l r Ii I t tto I postjit SPENDER COOPER Bdltor1 HAZEL GREEN KY r i THURSDAY Feb4 lOOt WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTOR y b WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KABH Commonwealths Attorney 1 1 It HOLION Clerk Meets third Monday in January firs t Monday in May third Monday In Septcm her bar WOLFE COUNTY COURT- G T CENTER Judge O n STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday lu each mouth 4 WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday In April firs Tuei day in October I I IMAQISTRATES COURTS District Xo lC M Fallen third Frldn in March June tepteinner and Deceit ber District No 2Robert Brooks fourth Fr1 day in February May August and Ni vember j District No 3S F Allen second Frida Y- In February May August and November District NosP IL Legg first Friday IIIIi March May August and November District No bT C Hollou second Fri- dayr cembcr in March June September nod Di District No C Itov Hunt third Friday In February May August and November r lrllr1 vember DEMOCRATIC TICKET- s s j WOLFE COUNTY For County JudjeW U DUFF For Court Clerk 1 L CARROLI For Circuit Court Clerk J C LINDON For SheriffGEORGE tVSALLiY 1 r For County AttorneyS 0 SAMPLE For AssessorJ T CENTER tJUTTJE lIt1 V TAILIIKi For Surveyor E CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNA1 For Commonwealths Attorney 32n- dDlstrlcthJOHX M WAUGH For County JudgeI C 1ERQUS01 1 For County AttorneyJ V HANE For County ClerkJ II SKUAS IA I For Superintendent T N BARKE1 C OAKLECI I For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN For CoronerZAClI 11ANK1 For SurveyorM P TUKNEI it Stray Shot From Mexico Special to TilE HERALD This is a country where eterna r spring prevails Mercury never Loldw 65 and never above 85 This Lake Chapala is the largest lake in Mexico 00 miles long and na much as 80 miles wide It iit the next highest lake in North America being 5000 feet above sea level Mexico has all kinds of climate On the sea coast they have summer always From 4000 rto0000 feet higher they have eternal spring From 0000 to 10 000 feet altitude they have tempera a3ate weather for coldest season The tops of many mountains are snowcapped all the year Most of the largest volcanoes are ex tinct but many are smoking and a few are active Nearly all of the interior has been volcanic and millions of acres are covered with volcanic rocks and ashes The valleys are wide and level and very fertile We are now at a hacienda or ranch of 8000 acres There are 500 people on thj place all but a dozen being native Indians The methods of farming are quite I interesting being a combination J of 15th and 20th century Elec s trical power furnished 100 miles taway is used to run the shops and 4mills A 10inch pump is also run in winter for irrigation pur poses ns it never rains in winter and this pump propels 8000 gallons of water per minute which is used to flood the fields With n all these advanced ideas the na tives still harvest wheat as did people in the time of Moses One day I counted 00 ox teams turning tile soil with one handled plows and with yokes leashed to the horns n of the oxen The native will not give up the old method of doing business However he is vary i skilled in many things They turn out many artistic things in leath er feather shell and clay prod note They are also skillful stone- cuttersn and do all the fine work y on the palatial buildings in the cities My family went lathing ovary day in this lake in a place I where hot water comes up from the bottom It is certainly a nov elty to find such a place in mid winter and we shall regret soou r to leave the laud of the Montezu jnas for that of Old Tecumseh Lake ChawU Mar JH6 I I Lo r Strength off the Local Paper I The local newspaper should be round in every home No child says the Coutroville Observer wil growup ignorant who can be taught to appreciate the home paper It is the stopping stone to intnllgenc in all those matters not to be learned in books Give your children a foreign pape which contains not one word abort any person place or thing windy they over saw or perhaps neve heard of and how can yru oxpcc thorn to be interested I But let them have the homo paper and read of persons whom thwj moot and places with which thov art familiar and soon nn inteivsl is awakoned which increases with every arrival of the local paper Thus a habit of reading is form ed and those children will read the papers all their lives and bu come intelligent men and women a credit to their ancestors strong in their knowledge of the world nit is today Infectious Imagination After all there is a good deal in talk Let a man talk dull times and it is infectious everybody talks dull times Instead or rust ling around to take care of whin business there is they all go sit down and mope over dull times If a customer does happen to drop into one of these dull times stores he actually gets frightened out of onehalf as much as lie ox pects to buy because things look sc blue He catches the spirit of the store and resolves to hang on to nil his money with a death grip even if his business goes to pieces on account of running short of goods to fill up the empty shelves Tht bugbear of hard times should bt sat down upon It is doing mon to kill business than anything else Tell a man he is sick keep t up and you will eventually hound him to death Roll of Honor- J H Pieratt Winchester C E Clark Cannel City Andy Haddix Mt Sterling- J T Henry Mavtown John T Center Oosneyvllle John A Grahem Co Lee City Finley Pope West Liberty- M H Blankenshlp RichlandB Va W H Cord Jit Sterling J D Henry Murphy Marion Phllhs Mire 0 C Fulta Eliiaso Texas Alonzo C Junes FnrraingdaleS D D S Murphy Hazel Green DayshoroBailey John Futterly Hazel Green Mrs EJ Boyd Honaker Va Miss Nannie E Fields Wen Liberty Winchester cannot be very far out of the woods if the following from the Democrat is the way they do in that thriving city While making his rounds one night last week Policeman Albert Tanner saw a suspicious looking coon prowling around the railroad yards He threw his club and was fortunate in killing him The coon with other delicacies was served for supper the next night md a number of his friends eii oyed the feast The hospitality of Kentucky is proverbial and when it comes to Eastern Kentucky it is absolutely phenomenal No people in the state are more ready to respond mud while they have not the chris ianiziug influence of Central Kentucky may boast they still have a supply of the milk of human kindness as several cases noted in- Cur columns will testify The one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln on February 12 will be celebrated in many parts of the country The ornerstone ofa monument in his onor will be laid at his birth place in Larue county and President Roosevelt will make the prin ipal address Dont we need more backbone for the interests of humanity Not a spinal column that can not yield or band but upright and that will fearlessly express upright and just opinions a gentle honest teadfastness which is cruel never The year just past has been to many men a difficult one the memory of which will bo hard to erase but looking back upon it- wilJ not help to forget the past or to preparo for the present or future Jim Faulkner the hunter and trapper who has been a tenant on- Dlc Kashs farm will move to cranttm about April 1st He says there is more game in that part of enifee along Licking river than in these parts A tIL KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Fire believed to be incendiary destro eela burn on the TI pan county poor fern together with 7000 ipounds of tobncc nut sure linv- Thurniaii Wnrren ti 14 year old boy of Dciirii Green county was killed by n window falling on his neck and choking him to death Mrs Mary Ingram aged 91 years died in lath enmity She never wore glasse and only had the service1 of a physicin once in her lifetime Tho fiscal court of Franklin county MI o county jndpe and nil the mncNtrnt Lave lieen indicted for failure to tubli h- It iiimncial statement of the county At the third trial of the case of Blanch Brashear against the 0ck 0 railroad for killing her husband several yearsagc the jury awarded hern verdict of 8750 While seated at the table eating dlt Her cud talking with some friends Mn lames Hixhup aged SO of Fountain Rut Hirren county wan choked to death un u IllKCIllt At n trial in Judge W G Blairs coin at West Liberty last week five brothers Edward Willis John D Joe Roe and Hoonc Wells and Claude Wells a son of Edward composed the jury On account of the death of HIllis Lizt county attorney of Henry county Governor Wlllson will be compelled to appoint a Democrat to fill the yacanc lit three Iis not a Republican attorney IIn the county At the recent term of Lawrence Cir cult court William Hot cliffe was set penitentiaryfurHuneyYuntzfug his jaw and knocking out seven teethMoses SmokyYalleyu farmer were shot by their brotlierirI law Dr JJ H Jones Quails was shot IIIn the breast making a fatal wound and Dean in the legs Family trouble was causeWm Fox aged 34 years of yes port despondent because he could not get work kissed his invalid wife good bye then rent into a dark cellar and rut his throat with a razor His lifeles body wax found about an hour later by his mother iu1nw There 1 is a movement on foot among the colored people of Ixiiisillo to start n hank It Is proposed to start the iustl lution with a capital of 410000 and in justltielof bunks throughout the state Scott Hudson was in Lexington last week buying general purpose horses for the Atlanta Ua market He fours them by making trips into the sinalle towns of CentralKentucky but he saY8 prices have advanced 20 per cent sine last fall Tim kind of horses be bough Cll3t him from 1175 to3uO each While the sheriff of Lloyd county waIJ passing through Mt Sterling with two prisoners en route to the penitentiary at Frankfort they jumped from the train Toe men were handcuffed together and lifter a short chase were captured by tl e jitizena The she rid took his prisone s to Finnkfort on the next train Motion for a new trial in the case 01 Ruck Cottongame formerly of Breathit xninty was overruled and he was set tenced to life imprisonment His attorneys then moved for an arrest ot sen ence which was also refused Hi rime was the killing of Parish Arnet In Ohio last September An appeal wile taken The Boyd County court has ordered an election to late the voice of the people on the Iloc ilIoption question The ordei lirects that three separate elections glial be held in that county on the first Mon lay in the coming month of April Out leetion for the entire county one for tbe cityof Ashland and one for the city If Catlettsbiug A petition was last week filed In Circuit clerks office at Jackson against Mrs Louellcu HargU widow of the late lames HaigicI by creditors asking that the real estate be sold to pay his debts It II is alleged that Hargis left debts mounting to over 30000 and that the lersonal property is being wasted by his xtcutrix Mrs Hargis Rumor has It thut the engineering nip of the newly projected Cincinnati Kentucky and Virginia railroad will begin work at Yale in Bath county about the middle of February This new road will open up some the richest undevel ped country in the stole and will extend into the Moriiiin county coal fields It III backed bII company of Chicago cup aliets Raw ParsProfit for Country Boys This is tho time of the year when tho average country boy not only ets a great amount of sport and pleasure out of fur trapping but onsiderable profit and pocket money Raw furs in recent years have brought remarkably good prices Fashion has ordained that very Ilady must wear furs conse uently the demand has increased Prices of furs are higher than they WHe last season 11 Sabol d Son A Louisville Ky make a jicciulty of Raw Furs and a visit to their fur 1OI11S is an interesting sight for hero can be found furs from every section of the United tates They receive shipments from all over the country in answer to their weekly price list which lioy issue every Friday This prico list is furnished the shipper poll application j fit L L J l Wlfy iis it that nearly eer1 body who attends church likes to sit in the end of a sent anti holi onto it like grim death and over person who gets a berth in that row must stumble over them Well wo confess wo do that sIrt of a thing It is to got out quick ly in case of firowe sinners an quite strongly reminded of fire flumes and brimstono that is pur suing us and ui cant trill just exactly when it is going to como Wo want to bo in position to muk a quick getaway- THE VERY BEST ttro Have any of our readers seen a re cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all thing that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improvements j and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce in paper that exactly fits needs ofiin family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample informatioi that guides in the where when met how to regulate and increase tin income from his efforts Tin mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and frivolities of life and encouraged tto emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that A are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Sttukti Pastor Chas T Russell a ft reminder of the spiritual poral rew living life that b to the home Other deps are above the 6 mous verdict of ilig The cleanest an amil Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati O Mlle Nor FURSHides and W ol- FsUitr Tallow Bcetwwc CUwnf GoUtnSMUYcmRooOMarAppU Wild Closer etc W sn ddratibKiWt l656Ow Lalla cal7II1 lc4nilssdcudobttufoeyouthan llOIIlIet coaoUco crchutk Rdenac ur Bik IB LednOU Writs let wttUy price lilt and liPPA tsp Mi label A ions lit t Market It LOUISVILLE KY 00 0 Te wincnostof Bank WINCHESTER KY N H YITuERsrooNPresident- Paid Up Capital I 810000000 Undivided ITollti i 11000000 Uandiome Deposit of j1 over i i i 50000000 This bank solicits the accounts ol merchants farmers traders and bus Inen men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers Its custom era every facilityand the most liberal o terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly 4 THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then make up your mind nod write me for descriptive lIt of farms in Missouri Csncns and Oklahoma All fine level 11r- oducthe laud that will grow anything under the sun at prices ranging from 15 to 440- m acre anu come where lilt Is made toler blebyeasy paofitrble farUllug Why sweat and fret life away in the vain effort to eke ont a mere miserable sustenance from the ockrllibed ront laced hillsides as your fay her and fathers father did when there is- o much good land to be had yet awhile for II mere song Get out of the ruts break way from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose to the grindstone All it takes II resolution and a little nerve Write me and let me help you to a better condition I N PHIPPS Ciianute Kansas Fruitf aDrnaIIlontat Tre88 veryihing for Orchard lawn and Garden rM VRITE FOR FREE CATALOG VE HAVE NO AGENT- SiI F HILLENMEYER dt SONS LEXINGTON KY I Luc JW 4 Our Fall Opening- We invite you to inspect our excellent ssortmcnt of stylish Fall Millinery We willshow an exceptional array of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including the famous ACH Trimmed Millinery MISS EALAY4 LONG 4 HAZEL GREEN + K1K1UCKY lHL SeSSESiffifUEBSS Ir 1- y LOO WANTED WE WANT t 1same1 1 nnd yellow root i + THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house now Remember we pay CASH for ovnrvthing wo buytComo and see us or drop lis n postal HEINRICH TOOHEYP- ost Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA d o o + o oo S3O r= v = u ==v v A = I Ei m ttDlm1 T I l ft fti+ i i i Itffi t t ffit 5 W SURPLUS 5 00000 n- 2O555I j i + UNDIVIDED PROFITS IJHUm H u 6 t + AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY tI JJYOURJJ ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITEDee lotn11Ml L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice Prest 5 CUSTER JONES Cashier 1 PV1 = = ==+ v ooOoo o 8 = = Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE c r HAZEL GREEN KY i Invito the attention of the people of Hazel Greon and vicinity to the now stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Slued Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware tfec mid especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES u specialty Wo havo thorn in all tho varied styles und quality for VOMJSiTAND MEN nnd sell thorn ut the lowest margin of profit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes- of our former immense sto k i unl iirtl lir Vn tutu lotl some very fine and 1 many pairs of suitalilo farm shoos evory pair a harmiin will be sold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less 1 Kash Johnson Kash II I 0 U WILLIAMS DR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Otters his jirofestlonal services to the clll gene of Hazel1 Green unil rurroundniK coun try and will answer all calls of udlicllon Office at his residence ndoiuiug Hazel reea Bank DAY HOUSE Hazol Croon Ky JUn LJU DAY Proprietor y Best table fare in Jntlcrn Kenlucky A large kiiiiiplu room coniifctcd Heated and lighted by iRS throughout and special ac commodations to trawling mea 1 ti I i irii 2 r U o J t ri r it t LIh 7 yt12 I 3 I J oew i la J 0 l tirl i Colds on I i I i the Chest Ask your doctor the medical name for a cold on the chest i He will say Bronchitis j Ask him if it is ever serious i Lastly ask him if he pre t scribes Ayers Cherry Pec toral for this disease Keep in close touch with your family physician yourAl to t When you tell your doctor about the bad taste in your mouth loss of appetite for I breakfast and frequent headaches and when he sees your coated tongue he will I sayU You are bilious AycrVPills workwell In such cases Mad by the J 0 Ajar Co Lowell Mata THE HERALD Monroe Nickell of Grassy creek was hero Sunday to visit his broth or who is sick at tho dormitory Mrs Frank Elam who has been J quite sick was able to be about it Monday and attended her house hold duties A Mr Eversole and a Mr Jones both of thorn commercial tourists were guests of the Day House for dinner Monday Harlan M Conley has been appointed postmaster at Insko to take thE place made vacant by the resignation of S 11 Caudill The infant child of Sam Kash and wifo has been quite sick for a few days past so much so that a doctor was caled to see her Tho man who is never at home has only himself to blame if his children turn out badlybut he is mono apt to blame his wife If you have any saddles or liar ness that need repairing take thorn to S F Reynolds and see how neatly and cheaply ho can do the job Tho ice in Red river was three and a half and four inches thick Tuesday morning but so far as learned no one in town put up any at all A Washington scientist claims that ho has found a way of mak ing whisky without a worm What is really needed is something that will eliminate the snakes In the current issue of Mission ary Tidings the official organ of the C W B M published at I Indianapolis Iud the title pager is embellished with excellent pic tures of Fords Industrialschool i nIl Miss Colemans sewing class of Hazel Green Academy The comedy Jemima or the Witch of Bender which was to have been rendered last Saturday night will come off next Saturday the Oth and all who are interested are urgently requested to bo present and patronize the cause In clemency of the weather last Sat urday caused the postponement I The advertisement of John 11 Rose Co will be fourd in our columns this week and as thoy i are selling out to quit business our readers will havo a chance to secure I some rare bargains But look at the reduced prices theyanuounce and judge for yourself However 1cashwill bo demanded in all cases People around here are always complaining about tho high rate of taxes 25o on tho 100 when any public improvements are con template How would they like to live in Lexington where thooity tax rate this year is 1 75 on the 100 or seven times as much as it is here By the way are you taking your yousexpect to keep abreast of the times Set your brain to work and your muscles wont have such a hard y task Only three weeks remain in which to secure THE HERALD i and those excellent selftightening soiflsora for 125 Come right in- end ubecribe today I DISASTROUS FIRES Dr J H Stampers Dental Office Earned Friday night last tho dental of fice of Dr J H Stamper was to tally destroyed by fire together with all of the paraphernalia of his profession Crockett Coldiron who lives near by the scene of the rliS1coveralarm of HIIIE I ho hastened to do whnt he could to save the con tents of the building But when he attempted to open the door he found the inside an inferno so in tensely hot that no one could enter and nearly everybody in town being in bed at tho time 1180 p m tho building and contents woro consumed ero aid reached tho scone Dr Stamper estimates IIIH loss at 850 but it is learned that ho had 200 iiiHiir anco John Wards Residence Burned Fire broke out in the residence of John Ward Tuesday afternoon about 230 oclock and oro aid could arrive to fight it the flames had gained such headway that it was beyond help The prompt ar rival of some of the students and especially those who were board ing with Mr and Mrs Ward on abled them to save the cook stove and several1 articles on the lower floor including a quantity of meat in the smokehouse nearby The cause of the conflagration as we hear was through a look in the gas pipe Miss Lou Ward discov ered fire in a clothes closet in one of the upstairs rooms and not wishing to disturb the people near by especially youug Ira Nickell who was in the neighboring house she attempted to put out the blaze and fought it until she was phys ically exhausted by which time it had gained so much head my that a well organized fire company could not have controlled it The loss to Mr Ward including hundreds of articles that cats not bo replaced luust have been 1500 to say the least His son Henry who is in the west lost a very fine rosewood guitar and a fine magazine gun But on the house Mr Ward carried a policy of 1000 and if this be paid promptly it will be of much help but the affairs of tho company the Ohio German are in the hands of a receiver and if he docs not recover from it his only hope is through tho agency which issued the policy which was F A Lyon Son who are respon sible under tho law A coincidence in connection with this conflagration is the fact that some time since Miss Lou who discovered this fire found fire in a closet and smothered it out possibly the same place Mr Ward and his family have the sympathy of all in the community and under all circumstances they will be cared for by the charitable people of town An alarm of fire yesterday after noon about 5 oclock caused our people to rush to tne rescue It was discovered that the roof ot Aunt Eliza McNabbs cottage was ablaze but quick work pravented what might have resulted in a do structive fire the third within a week Two Children Burned Two of the younger children of Raleigh Cecil aud wife of Gill more wore so badly burned Satur day afternoon that one died that night and there was no hopo for the other Sunday afternoon the latest report from there The particulars as we hear thorn are that Mr Cecil was attending court at Campion probably on a jury aud there being no one else to do the chores Mrs Cecil was out loading tho stock when she heard a scream and hastening to the house was horrified to see her lit tie ones terribly burned One of thong was about threo years old and the other only about a year old The ono which flied first ex pirod before Mr Cecil arrived homo from court Mrs Cecil has one other child by her former hus band David Liridon LaterRo urvivingI 1 r tie Lost Everything Kelly Cox an orphan boywho was boarding with Mr and MrsI John Ward when fire consumed their residence nnd contents in his desire to savo tho furniture and fixtures in the house lost every thingou earth he possessed Know ing his condition Dr Stamper started a subscription in his favor and wo are proud to say helped him couuidorubly Ho lost ovory thing but what ho had on his back and our charitable citizens helped replenish his wardrobe some ol tho mncohanta donating under clothing some money etc One lady in our town who would not wish her name paraded donated 5 cash albeit she was less able than many whoso names wo noted on tho list that satisfied their con science by paying 25 cents What is the beauty of having monoy uultss you can help those in distress The Cold Waye The storm king reigned supreme throughout tho country last Fri day and Saturday and reports from everywhere indicate there was great suffering In this sec tion there was a fall of forty de grees between 0 oclock Friday evening and 5 oclock Saturday morning About six inches of snow fell during Friday night and Sat urday morning Many complaints were made by our people an ac gllSIand those who could piled coal and wood on their grates to assist in making heat Lessons at the academy were suspended Saturday on account of the cold It would be advisable for all who are using gas for heating purposes to have a supply of coal on hand on occa sions of these sudden changes of temperature Helped the Destitute Saturday morniug the attention of our citizons was called to the wid ow Mrs Edwards and her sister Rachel Gilloy with several chil dren who woro said to be both starving and freezing Jesse Kash Gabriel Banks and one or two other boys started a subscription for their benefit and it was dem onstrated that the milk of human kindness still flows in the veins of some for they soon had a sup ply of both food and fuel to last for ton days or more at least A Good Instintion The Morgan County National Bank located at Cannel City is advertised in our paper and our readers are invited to give it due attention M L Conley Supt of tho 0 K railroad is president Joe C Stampor the popular mer chant of Grassy creek is vice pres ident and Ouster Jones cashier The capital stock is 25000 and with such officers to handle its af fairs it should prove a popular and profitable investment for stock holders and B safe depository for all in the vicinity Hendricka Lykins one of the boarders at John Wards residence when the fire occurred Tuesday afternoopj was painfully injured by a piece of falling glass He responded to the call for aid and in helping take out things exposed himself so that a frame of glass hit him about the top of the lead and cut his scalp for about three inches Dr Nickell assisted by Dr Stamper dressed his wound and no serious consequences are anticipated South Rose one of the boarders with Mr and Mrs John Ward in attempting to rescue his trunk from the fire Tuesday afternoon jumped from tho second story win dow with it and falling upon it dislocated a floating rib and bruised his abdomen But ho was able to be about after that although ho suffered some pain Wednesday morning Ira Nickell a student at the academy has pneumonia and has been ddngorously ill but under treatment of Dr A C Nickell is improving slowly His father Seborn Nickell of Panama Mar gun county was hero to see him the latter part of the week and again thus week I 14 AWth Jiia view of establishing a tiling factory at this place MessrsI Rittonhou and Fotterly tho ROD tlemen who have undertaken the enterprise are negotiating the pur chase of necessary machinery In this connection we ask all farmers to investigate and take tock Hon Don J Sowell hue annouced that he will not be a candidate for senator from this 34th district to succeed himself and A H Put ton of Jackson is tho only announced Republican candidate for tho nomination The convention is called for March 5 at West Liberty Henry Gillaspie who has been working at Bnscom Perkins mill on Grassy had his back hurt Mon lay Ho says he was helping put a log on the skids when it turned and a limb on tho log hit him be tweon tho shoulders and the small of the hack ITo was nbout Tuos day but very sore from the hurt Old Mrs Gilloy widow of John Gilley is dostitute of clothing es pecially underwear as wo learned Monday morning Sho is about 70 years of aye nnd it is hoped the ladies of our town can find enough castoff garmnntH and yet service able to relieve her wants Hence this notice 1JJ Taylor Day who hits been away for sumo months returned home yesterday evening and as he has gained in weight sn that ho now brings down the Learn at 225 pounds WII warn nil that he will ce dnugorou to tackle However Taylor is more anxious to meet his friends in peace and we hope nil citizens of the town will give him an old time welcome Fey lor Days worth Of nn ontorprising citizen is beyond compare For Sulo Farm of 150 aor a ial acres bottom land nil bulbar neci essary for 1ttrtti USH good ISI room i dwelling and all out buildings j barn OOxyi Located on tutu road U miles X Wof JInji rtfIII1I in a good niighrorleul tllOol1 church and store lit the door Fencing in good repair Terms Half cash aunt balance on time to suit purchaser ii 5500 wilt buy it- LrAddress Spencer Cooper Hazel Green or F P Clnrk Toli ver Ky for further particulars I u BuggiesI Buggies Tae citizens of Hazel Green anil this vicinity lire herewith informed that they can now buy tirstclass buggies nt home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at rcnwnnble price I dont han die anything but fir tcla s buggies and those who want cheap claptrap will have to go elsewhere 86TKemember if you want n FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will giveI satisfaction in comfort and wear I can supply yon Call and see me nt my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Collins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to ordor and on the most reasonable terms I uluo have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 2tf GEO RICE I ThcrirtmorOIcCnll inertIn the Unilf4 Stltci thin oltnr ollltf mace and 4 v IMlllI Bil aunt ol ttulr style accuracy tin 111 McCII MnznzlncTia uenniF + hlgn ha- atearautedherath any c hr ldbt nln On yoar nuberiptrnna mnnber r l JO cvt Latent b15 cenl FtrobsntbertetsaMcCall IM Mm Bee Subscript tod +y- LaldvAtenuaWaaied ltan4vtnpremiumsr loauioirodu- tie Pstlami Catdo u lboU1t loo priJOf ftffr A4aI TUX WcCAJX CO Nw Yak L1itr nia u I Closingg Ou- trAT 1 +e 4 COST AND CARRIAGE ALL OF OCR y Winter Goods I MISSES MAPEL TROY have just received pretty line of ChriiitninHI Goods iomethinK thnt is useful ns well as ornamental Do not foil to call and buy something tint will gladden the little ones Chcei up your wife or daughter by buying them a pretty coat and hut nt n reduced price TRCEinf I I 1 call anti iuvestignto our cpmplete line of handsome Christmas presents irnngeseletmnnsrbananasAny young man can be suited in our Christmas line if he wishes to buy some thing for his best girl Call and see MADE R THOY t THEH PEOPLE OPHAZEL 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 Iever before 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 i1 C1OI1QOtJTTc QUIT BUSINESS 1 K- Beginning February 12and1 ending March 1 1 1we will sell FOR CASH ONLY all the 7 goods in our stock Note the great savingand if you want bargains now is the time This sale is absolute and nothing will be charged Gj0 Calico per yard now4C12Ac Outing per yard now 7 12 p 1 oOc Dress Goods per yaid now38c100 Shirts now 78 503 Shirtsnew39cL50hints now 17 SJ500 Stetson Hats now 350 P 50 Shoes now 265 250 Shots now 198 12i Shoo now 98 1500 Overcoats now 998 1000 Overcoats now 798 I1500 Suits now 1249 J 1000 Suits now 798 now548800 Suits 378500 Ladies Skirts now 198J5100 Ladies Skirts now JNOMMUROSECOIHAZEL I I i Sam Kash of the firm Kash Sample says they are selling 11buwrite an advertisement and he 1 says if they had a new ad they 1 j i would have to hire another as notImake c f 1 I T m e TI J rIc W 0 I bII r ttlllfWhy f J R SufferIf pain from any cause Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills will relieve it and leave no bad after effects Thats the impor tant thing Neither do they create a habit More often the attacks become less frequent or disappear rs altogether Dr Miles AntiPain Pills have no other effect except to re lieve pain and quiet nervous i irritation- We are never without Dr Miles AntiPain Pills My husband and son aged 15 were always subject to sick headache until we began using these Pills and they have broken them up entirely Dont think they g have had to use them for six months I recommend them to every one A t few weeks ago I heard an old lady friend was sick I went to see her She awfulbackache- I nearly crazy with gave her one of the AntiPain Pills and left another for her to take In a short time They helped her right away and she says she will never be without them again Last winter my r husband was taken with pluerlsy on both sides and I know he would have died It It hadnt been for the Pills In less than half 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General Custers regiment the Seventh cavalry United States army was at Fort Lamed on Pawnee Fork near the Arkansas river One evening the general arrived at Fort Hays from Fort Harker He had with him only two officers and threo orderlies The general told Captain Ovenshine who was In command of Fort Hays at the time that he wished to leave Fort Hays the next morning at daylight to Join his regiment and wanted a guide who knew the country one that would make no mistake well mounted to guide him to Fort Lamed I Captain Ovenshine sent for me and told me to be ready sharp at daylight I The mute wouldpct ahead of the horses to go with General Custer and that he wanted me to have the best mount there was at the post At that time the horses at the fort were pretty well run down from many chases after In- dIans but I was riding and had at the time as good a long distance horse as I have ever known and he was a mule The general himself was riding a Kentucky thoroughbred At daylight I rode up to the com manding officers quarters and Cap thin Ovenshine Introduced me for the first time to General Custer The gen eral seeing that I was mounted on a mule said to Captain Ovenshlne Captain I havent got time to dilly dally along the road with a mule I see that my guide here Is mounted on a mule I want him to have a horse and a good one I said General this Is the best horse at the fort and I assure you that he wont be much behind you when you reach Fort Larned The captain explained to the general that the horses were in pretty bad condiO at the tort and that he hadI heard me brag so much about that mule that he felt quite sure that the beast was all right The general seemed a little displeas ed and said Well if that is the best you have I will have to put up with It We mounted and started out on the road For the first fifteen miles to Smoky Hill river there was a good wagon road and as we rode along the general asked me numerous questions In regard to the country and the In dians and thus we talked along mile after mile But the general was going at a pretty rapid gait and my mule was not very speedy on the start but I knew he would finish nil right So when the general was not looking 1 would put the spurs to the mule a lit tie to wake him up However I kept alongside of the general until I got to Smoky Hill river I noticed that the old mule was not panting much but the horses were- I told the general that this would be the last water for fortyfive miles un- tIl we got near Larned that it would be best to water the horses there and If the men required any water they bad better fill up their canteens which they did- From this point we struck Into the sand hills leaving all roads It was pretty sandy and pretty heavy travel- Ing for horse or mule but I made up my mind that I would show the general from there on that I had spoken the truth about the mule So when the general was not looking at me I would I put the spurs to him and as bo would lunge ahead I would say Whoa there Take it easy old fel low Dont get to frettln We went on like that for a mile or t BO The mule would get ahead of the horses and whenever the general wasnt looking I would spur him and iu the mule would forgo ahead I would pat him to calm him down I WzwJl I the general twnwlwd What II c Jik I 11 really glihc n horse you art ridingf r Oh lu Isnt vnruicd up vet general I said lIe doesnt go good un til be gets his second wlud By this time the mule was really be ginning to show his staying qualities over the Kentucky horse that the gen eral was riding and the general could not keep up But the general would not give up and we went on mile after mile through the sand hills until finally I had actually to wait on theI general a little Every once In awhil I the general would remark about mule But we went on and the geneII email still would not give In We con tinued going until we got within about fifteen miles of Fort Larned Here we stopped on a hill to wait for the officers and orderlies to overtake us When they got up I showed the gen oral a depression In the sand hills and j told him that that was the Pawnee Fork creek nnd that all we had to do was to follow the creek down and we would come to the fort Now general I saId If you have any urgent dispatches that you want taken to your commanding officer If you will give them to me I will take them on and have them delivered to him You cannot help but and your way Ah he said you are kidding me about what I said in regard to that mule Well turning to one of the officers you bring the escort In Fol low the direction we are going and I will go on with Cody And we started I giving him as lively a ride as his horse could stand until we reached the fort That night the generals horse died The next morning at guard mount I rode up to the headquarters of Fort Larned which was commanded by Captain Dalnger field Parker with whom the general was stopping and reported to him I said that If he had no further use for me I would return to my own fort and that If he had any dispatches hewaotcd taken back to Fort Hays I would take them as I expected to get there in eight hours on the same mule He laughed and said Well I will never say anything against a mule again S a a a a e a Among the many army officers under whom I have served one of my earliest experiences was with Major General Eugene A Carr retired General Carr was a graduate of West Point when cabins were more plentiful than frame houses In upper New York state whence he came Graduating in 1850 be went to the frontier and graduated In that old school that made him one of the best of Indian fighters In 16GS I first met him when I was a scout for Colonel Royals command whom he succeeded It has been the pride of my career that be being an officer of such wide experience and ability I secured his esteem and friendship and in his writings he has been very generous in alluding to my services I bad the honor of serving with him In maby trying campaigns notably in that which culminated in hIs success over Tall Bull who had long been the terror of the plains with what is known as the dog soldiers who were renegades recruited from a dozen disappointed tribes and were composed of the most vicious fanatical Indians who were opposed to the white mans intrusion in the west The depredations were of a terrifying na ture and Carr was delegated to punish them at all hazards Their contin uous pursuit for many months was a- very trying one as they employed the Indians methods of annoyance In at tack by safely scattering when hard pressed Knowing that only strategic cunning could eventually effect subjugation or dispersal General Carr proved by his persistent energy and strategy that he was equal to the sit uation It was during the continuous pursuit of these warriors that I met one of my closest calls In an incidental fight which occurred at a point called Elephant rock It was In the spring of 1809 that we reached Elephant rock which Is a point on a rock on the south side of Beaver valley where I found an Indian trail going down the Beaver and following it tbe com mand went into camp The general ordered Lieutenant Ward to follow It I being already on tbe scene I was keeping the Indians In sight while coy ering my presence from them when somewhat to the left almost parallel with them I beard firing and I after ward ascertained that Lieutenant Ward was in a skirmish so premature that at one time it threatened to cut mo off General Carr left the command un der Major BMWB to follow wills Uw wagons and the Indians skirmishing with great daring put up a game fight General Carr followed them until nearly dark and returned to meet and protcet the wagons Forming his men in n hollow square he made an orderly retreat the Indians showing great per tlnaclty in their skirmish tactics so much so that tbe general got a bullet through the scabbard of his saber Meeting the wagons and getting into a Rood position bo went into camp but the Indiana stayed wound all sight emitting the erica of ants uA coyotes a o= 01- 1f Ai usual Next day the Indiana were followed and skirmishing was kept up incessantly Lieutenant Schenofsky oh that occasion came near being ambushed and bad a few men killed This continuous skirmishing was kept up for three days with myself almost continuously in the saddle and while we were in front the general sounded the officers call for consultation i will permit General Carr to tell the tory of an affair In which he punished the Indians severely while the story relates also to my connection with the matterI heard some firing In front where the advance guard had gone out of sight My orders were for the ad vance guard to regulate on tho mall ItbutW P Hall now Gcperal Hall were so ambitious and anxious for n fight I thought I would give them a chance and so I let them alone After hasty consultation regarding lack of supplies I sent n bugler to recall the advance guard He came back saying he could not reach them as they were sur rounded by Indians The Indians had got Into four ravines which headedInear the trail two on each halt dozen had led tbe advance on with insulting gestures and defiant words some could speak and swear in English and when they came between the ravines the whole poured out around them Babcock dismounted his men and formed them in a circle and stood the Indians off I sent Lleuten ant Brady with the next company to open communications and the Indians supposing the whole command was coming went on as before licachlng tbe scene we could see the Indians scattering in retreat A figure with apparently a red cap rose slowly on the hill For an instant it puzzled me as it wore a buckskin and had long hair But on seeing the horse I recognized that It was Codys Powder Face and saw that it was Buffalo Bill without his broad brim med sombrero On closer inspection I saw that his head was swathed in a bloody handkerchief which served not only as a temporary bandage but as a chapeau his hat having been shot off the bullet plowing his scalp badly for about five Inches It had ridged along the bone and was bleeding profusely a very close call put a lucky escape However it would hot do to turn back Immediately after such impudence so I took to the gallop and ran them for twelve miles to and across the Repub lican and up the bluffs on the south side where they acted In their usual aggravating style by scattering in every direction after dropping a good Veal of plunder W torrid M then on the distant hill but could not catch them under the circumstances or with out means of some counter strategic cunning so we went back and camp ed north of the Republican The ad vance guard had been relieved and the Indians severely punished with a loss on our side of but four or five killed and a few wounded this with Babcocks horse wounded and Codys narrow escape as the resulting casual ties Tbe object of the campaign was nearly accomplished but our greatest need was supplies which the hot trail had 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