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Digital page images are linked to the text file. sviPi ato r J P Vs J tt I iierr- f tlI j n r + c 11ifTHE HAZEL GREEN HERALDr 0 Established March 4 1886 Made famous In the Story ot Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll 0 N MountainsOwarII 100 a Year in Advance h h = t TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11 1900 NUMBER 27 J Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect Juno 21 1908 WEST BOUND Nol Ao3 06 STATIONS Doily ex Jail mid 1Sunday Sunday Sunday only jAMLveJacksonj 04K JunctHII lo l m I a6 pw 7l5mu Beauyve Jc 7 07 am I s 20 pw I 7tiI utii Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 iu 815ura Nat Bridge 7 46 am 3 b6 pu 8J 11111 Campton n l 48 am 3 67 Ill 82S am- titantou 8 15 am 4 2d pw 8b4 um Clay CltYHII 25 are 4 3b pw 1U2 uw LEJunon 9 bUam I 07 pm 1UU3a- mWlncheater II 1211m 6 20 Ill 1012 alU Lexton ar 9 b5 am U U6 pm 1U25 om EAST BOUND No2 I No4 Dally ei kl STATIONS Dally and I Sunday dmI Sunday PM Lye I A9tLyt 2 2b pan U Lexington 3b am 2 38 pw l0 14 tucaeeter 12018 13 am 248 pin 1lulietlulI1I 20 pm 3 6U iiui 4uHlay City40 02 km 3 58 pun 14 HtstKutuu1 44i 9 10 am 4 30 pm jCamptou Juntnj U 3S pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat ltrtuge b7 9 43 am 4 47 pin82Torrent I62 9 50 am 5 lU pm 70lieattyveJc I7U It 17 am 6 05 pin9uOAKJuncujltill 15 am 6 10 pm 04 Jackson 94 H 2U am CONNECTIONS- L E JEKOlJOK luiin Not land will make connection with the C Olty for Mt Sterling CAMITON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky tor Pine Ridge lId Camptou- BKATTYVJLB JDHCTIOX Uralui No 2 will make connection ut lieatty ville June with the LKnd A hallway tor passengers to and from Ueattyville O 4 K JUNCTION Tran Nos 3 and 4 rf connect with the O K Railway for local station on the O K Kmlwuy t W A McDOWKLL Uueral Manage- rOIIAb4CUTTOeuPasa4L Agent oiiio KanluoRuI k Bailwag Time Table May 21 1906 WEST BOUND No 33 I SI I t No2I Dally ex = STATIONS yI Daily ex Sunaya m Iunuay r PM ABa 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 IS 35 4 65 11 Uelechawn 20 12 19 A 45 13HLee CltYH 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22H WJlhorlltH 6 11 44 3 10 27 OKJnnction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 ijji r EAST BOUND No 34 wNo 22 Daily ex STATIONS Daily ex Sunaya Sunday AMLVB PM LVB 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 llelechawa 6 1 17 in 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13HHamptouH 13 1 i4 k 8 37 10 Wilhurtt 20 1 51 R 9 25 1 OiK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 I Noi21 and 22 writ make closcconnectioi at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington aud Eastern Hail way M L CONLEY Superintendent PIountain GOntraI Railman No 1 No 2 DEPART AKUIVE 000 a mCampton1180 a m 200pmCampton 000pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn Juno 10 05 am 3 80 ptnCampu Juno 4 40pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L S E pas conger trains B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER tCAMPTON KY the citizens of Wolfe andj INFORMS counties that he carries a line of Coffins askeU Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away t athe dead In decent style r 83pecial raaketa supplied on 24 fir hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnUhed funerals r Alao can fill orders for tombstone c 1 aUSESNotary Public STILLWATER KY tj Often his professional Cervices to rillrnl of Wolfe county jnd solicit the patronage of till who way uv Jtat pipers lo extent Miee at his retldoe on BUUv t rr r y fii 1 a 1 j 1 tJW J p COUNTY NEWS J u Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especially distant friendsjj BELKNAP BLAZESII E B Haddix is moving to Sand field to make his futun limn J W Wilson made a bueinere trip to Breathitt county met week Mre Fanny Shockey and little eon linger epont Fridny with Ma hala Arnett J B Howard of Cannel City passed through here one day meet week on route to Salyersville Jonas Robbins has returned from Estill couny where ho had been for the past week on business Miss Loia Minuix of Hendricks has been visiting Misses Myrtle and Mahaln Lindon for the past few days Henry and Frank Murphy of Grassy passed through hero one day last week with a nice bunch of calvesC F Garringer of Lee City moved his saw mill to this place Inst week where he has a considerable amount of sawing to do Old Aunt Bettie Allen aged 84 years who has been living with David Lindon for the past four years died Fob 1 from a stroke of paralysis Her remains were taken to her old homo on Quicksand end laid to rest in the family graveyard She has a number of friends to mourn her loss Feb 8 BLADE Soldier Balks Death Plot It seemed to J A Stone a civil wan veteran of Kemp Tex that a desperatelunghis death contracted a stub born cold he writes that dove oped a cough that stuck tome iu spite of all reme lies for years poundsThens- Now Discovery which restored my health completely I now weigh 178 pounds For severe colds hemorrhagesAsthma nia its unrivaled 500 and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers I LEE CITY 0LOCALS I S P Allen made a business trip to Grassy Friday Miss Jennie Rose was a guest of Miss Pearlie Taulbee Sunday Kelly Ely of Gillmore attend ed meeting here Saturday night Eli Allen and wife were guests of A 11 Miler and wife Sunday DrrRob Huff and wife moved beck to the farm of II M Willson last weekA large crowd attended church at this place Saturday night and Sunday Mrs May Rose and children are visiting C W Rose and wife of this place I A 11 Miller moved from Trout last week to the C B Allen house at this place Miss Bessie Arnett who is at tending school at II G1 visited home folks Saturday and Sunday passfdthroughMrs Childers sister Mrs Charlie RoseDr James II Dunn was called to Hampton last eek to see Guil la Dunn who is very low with pneumonia Fob 8 LILLIE Washington Once Gave Up to three doctors was kept in bed for five woeks Bloods poison frjm a spiders bite caused largo toPIsores to cover his leg The doctors failed then Buoklons Arnica Salve completely cured me writes Jolla Washington of BosquovJHo Tex For eczema boils bilrns and piles its supreme 25o at all dealers Nathan Day Is in Cincinnati buying goods for hiss tore arNeola e oOj H TO CORRESPONDENTS Mnil your Items early no they wIn reach our office rIfnot he published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side ot the paper only ROSE FORK RAMBLES o Floyd the little son of Ed Lew- isi has been very sick H E On y and A A Duff made- a trip to Wilhurst Friday Frazier Cecil made a businss trip to Helechawa Monday Miss Calla Rose is visiting her sister Mrs Steve Wilson of Hele chawa Miss Ann Rose has returned from Neola where she had been visiting relatives John Childers and wife of Gill imore visited Charlie Rose and wife part of last weekIA A Duff i IIInewJim firaig and family of Quicksand have moved to the Frank Rose farm on II E Oney GreenbritrII ited his sister f SaturdayFeb i The Secret of LOUR Life A French scientist has discovered one secret of long life His method deals with the blood But 1 long ago millions of Americans had 1proyed Electric Bitters prolongs life and makes it worth living It tpurifies enriches and vitalizes the blood rebuilds wasted nerve cells imparts life and tone to the entire system Its a godsend to weak sink and debilitated people Kid- neyi trouble had blighted my life for months writes W M SherI min of Gushing Me but Electric j Bitters cured me entirely Only j 50o at all dealers- STILLWATER 0 SPARKLES I There seems to be a good deal ofsickness in this vicinity J W Maloney is finishing movii ing his household effects to the Big branch of Red river Forest Bailey is moving to the Calaboose neighborhood after a residence of twelve mouths at Still waterJeff Brewer after spending sev oral days with his family returned yesterday to his logging interests on Dot creek GeorgeHalseyhorse a cow and 98 in cash for a pair of work mules Samuel J Elkins has severed his connection with the Farmers and DougEvansJohn Chambers who was tried in Circuit court accused of putting poison into Joe Whismans spring was acquitted by the jury James Meeks had the misfortune to lose his house and household effects by fire supposed to have been caused by gas Loss 1000 Mary Ella Brewer who has been staying with her aunt Mrs D B Tyra for the past two months returned Sunday to her home on Holly accompanied by Herman Tyra Crit Back an able Jackson at torney assisted Commonwealths prosecuteLouIslo Allen but the jury returned verdict of not guilty Tho writer received a letter from Charley E Rose of Weedman Ill in which ho says that ho is not enjoying the best of health Ho also complains of the tough sticky mud iu that section Big John Murphy of Grassy LyingJohnday with a fine bunch of cattltv lIe says he paid Henry Nickellof the Tar Ridgo neighborhood 85 for two steers and from Isaac Mil ler he bought a two yearold heifer and a yearling for 4150 Buyiug and selling of live stock seems to bo the principal industry in this section just now Walter Maloney taught a cow from Sam eel C Cecil for f85 J W Hnlo TInr1 g hey sold a brood sow to D B Ty ra for lo Miranda Tyra bought a cow for which sho paid 22 G B Lipps who is selling off all his effects let D B Tyra have a two yearold brood sow for 20 James tiMeekB sold to George Halsoy a fouryearoldcow with calf and received 25 for them James Rose Sr received 80 from George Byrd in exchange for a cow TiiKHKitAU comes to mo each week and there is no need ofn further word appreciation asit is a pleasure to read it It is as clean and nice a weekly paper as I have over seen It is always a welcome visitor as it gives special interest to its home people and to all who live in the mountains East rn Ken tucky A spirit of selfishness has no part or lot in its columns and we should do all that we can for TIIF IlKiiAin by getting more aub supportitcontinue the good work you are prosperFeb Ask Us to Print To relieve the worst forms of Rheumatism take a teaspoonful of the following mixture after each bIJdtil1leI one 1 half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar saparillu three ounces These harmless ingredients can drugIg1dl9J t stinking them well in a bottle IRelief is generally felt from the first few doses This prescription forces t Ih o cloggodup inactive kidneys to filter and strain from the blood the 1poisonous waste matter and uric acid which causes Rheumatism As Rheumatism is not only the most painful and torturous disease but dangerous to life this simple recipe will no doubt be fgreatly valued by many sufferers hero at home who should at once Iprepare the mixture to grit this reliefIt is that a person who would take this prescription regularly a closo or two doily or oven n few times a week would never have serious Kidney or Urinary disor der or Rheumatism Cut this out and preserve it Good Rheumatism proscriptions which really relieve are scarce in deed and when you need it you want it badly TRENT TOPICS I Walter Maloney spent Sunday with his father on Gilmore John Barker spont Saturday night and Sunday with his son Courtney Ill Gassy familyStillwnter and o Sunday with his fatherinlaw Cal dunlin nnd family moved to Breathitt county one day last week to the farm of his brother Toni Hall moved to the house vacated Iy Cal CunailV The following persons took din ner with Ji IL Barker and family Sunday Mrs Lizzie Islam and three children Mary Boulah au PenninJttonFeb S J V W HOWS THIS We utter One Hundred Dollars HowardI for any case of Cntnrrh that eau not lie cured by Hall Catarrh Cure P J CHKXEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J1 Cheney for tin lastll years nnd believe him perfectly honorable in all biislntM transactions avid lfinuiiMiclally able In carry out any obligation made by Ms linn WUIIINU KINNAS A MARVIX j Wholr +ale Uru pitsl Tulcdol O Halls Catarrh lure isI taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonial sent free Price 7i rent per bottle Sold by Druggists Take Hulls lFamily Illls forconMiimilon INSKO INSPIRATIONS Kelson Cheney of Grassy was here Saturday Burn to the wife of Ransom Elam Saturday a boy CityFriday I F P Bailey made a business trip to West Liberty a few days ago JI1 Nickell and Wm Center of Belkuap wore hero n few day s ago I Shelby Risuer of Grassy passed c through here a few days ago witha nice bunch of cattle Rev Will Lindon who has been on the sick list for several weeks jis able to be out again givenhyAll report a nice time James Rudd of Dale was hero a few days ago and sold H P Davis a fine horse for 110 Isaac Center and Charley Rob hills Jr of Belknap were hero a few days ago on business A Mr Kashof Mt Sterling was hero a few days ago looking after the blind tiger business There is a prayer meeting in progress on the Spinnel fork We hope the good work will continue John Bailey one of our most prominent business men has been in the cattle trade for the past week Rev M V Roberts of Hazel Green preached here Saturday and Sunday We hope he will come again in the near future Feb 8 NAT Revolts at Cold Steel Your only hope said three doctors to Mrs 11 E Fisher De troit Mich suffering from severe operationLife Pills she writes till wholly appendicitis25o at all dealers CANNEL CITY CHAT 0-A protracted meeting is in prog russ here Emmet Kilgore who has been in the west for some time return ed home Sunday Prof C E Clark of the Cannel City Graded school visited his sick father at Maytown over Saturday and Sunday The Ciceronian literary society centenaryprogram day night February 12 Ono hundred volumes have been recently added to the school li brary through the efforts of the school improvement league John Burton a citizen of thQ county near here was killed by a train near Mt Sterling last week Several Masons from here attended the obsequies Friday near here Feb 8 SOLDIERS THREE Stomach Distress Eyory family here ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house as any one of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble at nightThis willfyou come a sour stomach five minutes after taking- If your meals dont tempt you or what little you do eat seems to fill you or lays like a lump o youhavef Indigestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Papos Diapepsin and take triangulo niter supper dtonight There will be no sour ricings no belching of uudi ested food mixed with acid no stomac heayfeelinDebilitating Headaches Dizziness or Intestinal griping This will all go and besides thnre will b no sour food loft over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin is a certain cure for all stomach misery be youfoodr t s if your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief for all yourPharmacistyouThese cou tain more than sufficient to cure a ease of Dyspepsia or Indigestion KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully ConciselyChronicled Winchester now has an automobile I Ihose carrinao in connection with her other lire lighting equipments recently taken together with coven registered pouchs anex elllplllf city Last Friday there was hot n single case pu thedocket and there was no wiion ofthe jx liw IurtII V JIv H Meyers who conducts a restaurantburglarwhopoint of a revolver and marched him to the police station Appealshllve nlltcourtJudge McBeath has been reporter for that court 11 number cf years The Winchester Bank last week filed againstthe 0DUONim France was lodged in the Knox county jail last week charged with the murder of John Oiitnbricl The two men andFrancedomen nhj1TbeI by burglars last week and an unsuccess fun attempt was made to blow open the kr hybycash drawer In the store farmerofMasonj onhisf4Bledyears old and left n large estate A horse trampled on a match igniting j barnbelonging rRpldlythatabout 12000 with no insurance Ir youngladyculoNis last work She is the thirdonetto die ot that disease in the same family 1 brothershaving being ty court n pair of mules was sold by theJpound buyer nodseller being unable tofiTlitf Will Spurlock member of n prominent Dig Sandy valley family was last week taken to Ia local asylum at Lexington viiolently insane his insanity being due IiwhenIi 4lingty from Murehead by the railroad com I puny He leaves a widow and nine children twentythreetimes 1withoutwould keep his oath sHis innocence of the charge on which i ilconlesslonconvicted as principal Gregory Doyle n bythe theEddyvflle bythel warden of the penitentiary at lorankfnrtr xtimei ofGeorgeernor Willson a abort time since The home of Nathaniel Workman on 1 Three Lick creek iu Rowan county was destroyed by fire one night during the 1 weoburnedman barely escaped with their liven iJ milefthrough driving storm to neighbors house clad only in their night clothes EdnaTherkins It iideathiJcoverlnmothcriIn AhthohouePoliceman Georce Aldridge Stooped over to put n shovel of coal into the furnace of the court house at Danville when andewas discharged The bullet passed through his body penetrating his lelt Jung III the vicinity of the heart He walked half a square seeking assistance before he collapsed The wound Is considered fatal Mrs S A Thompson living four miles south of LoiiHyIlleemptcd a lot of chickensdrinkingof 100 choice buff rock chickens bad n glorious time Like some men who partake too much of the cup that cheers they had to be put to bed when night came as they were unable to fly to tlnir roost iWhile digging pond on the place oC George W UooherJr in the lower edge of Fendleton county the skeletons of verylargefoullrlThepreserved but those of the small ono were decayed and almost returned to dust jreighteenThe jury in the case of the Com uiouwealth against Floyd Spencer for the killing of Millard Brewer sat Tar Ridge church returned A verdict of trot guilty i rF fFT I I I1 9 4 =oL I I I PHE HERAI D 1 gnteredatthe oMoeasecondolaaapatter lraiel Oren Poat SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY Y THURSDAY Feb 11 190 COL JACK CIIINN Democrat candidate for the llegislature from Morcer county in a letter to the Lexington Herald of Saturday February 6 makes some very sen 1 sotional charges against the prig on commissioners as a body and against Eli Brown one of the rcommissioners especially During April of last year the Lexing ton Herald contained s i m i 1 a r charges over the signature of Goo China who resigned as warden of rrtheFrankfort penitentiary on ac count of the inhuman and cruel treatment of the convicts and iif the statements of either or both of these gentlemen be true the men who compose the prison com mission are unfit for the place and deserve the censure of every hon 1 1estcitizen in the state and there n can bo but little doubt that many of these charges if not all are well founded When the editor of this paper first heard of the cruel ties being perpetrated upon the poor unfortunate prisoners he reo fused to believe that Hon Finlei Fogg of West Liberty one of the commissioners would san o t iion L such inhuman treatment Jack Chinn in the article in the Lex- ingtonI + Heiald to which we have referred makes the specific charge that a colored boy from Louisville was whipped until he became unconscious was then taken to the I prison hospital and died the next day He also cites the case of ia man 50 years of age who was brutally whipped tvice for failure to complete his task although hi had done his best He begged that a guard be placed over him and I if ho shirked ho would tako his punishment without protest This was done and ho again failed be cause physically unable Ho was S again ordered whipped when the Mirden countermanded the edict Mr Chinn further charges that women with only a thin calico dress to cover their nudity an r submitted to the same inhuman punishment And bear in mind this is done solely to enable the contractors to enrich themselves through the blood of these unfor t tunates Is it not time that the people should call a halt and stop this inhman treatment Besides the inhuman treatment of whip ping prisoners under any circumstances the task system all fair minded men muet agree is wrong because no two men are likely to have the same physical ability We have no personal interest in this matter but in behalf of hu manity we do protest against the whipping of prisoners and call upon all to raise their voices 1 against it- WITHOUT t disparagement to any gentleman who may be an aspirant for the same position in Fayette county THE HEUALD desires to- T say a few words iu behalf of the editors old friend Ben Freckman who is a candidate for sheriff of that county Ben has been a dep uty under three of the last sheriffs holding office in that county and notwithstanding the fact an officer who does his full duty generally makes some enemies we doubt very much if Ben Freokmau has f an enemy in that county and all who know him know that his duty is the first law with him Ben Freckman is a man whom every r one like because of his sunny gen erous dispositon and should he be Mlle nominee of the Democratic 4 party lie will bo elected and mat Fayette one of the best officials i it ever had Wo have often heard propounded the quaryliDo YOlt reckon Ben Freckman has anent my in nil his vast acquaintance and we have yet to hoar the quei- I I I bon answered affirmatively Whil- theI is social and compauionabl I there is nothing boisterous in hig i behavior and being over ready to do a friend u favor all love him for his sterling qualities Wo htiv no voice in the mutter furthr than to wish him well 1iit w 1 should like to see him shoriu bt cause of his genial disposition nnd the fact that he is a brotheriiila of oue of our native boys now do ceased Curt Adams and we hop our good wishes may be the mean of his receiving the vote of som of our former friends Freckina forever Study Postal Law We know of nothing that would be of more practical benefit to tho students of public schools colleges and private schools than n studs of the Postal Laws and matters incidental to the use of the mails Thousands of letters go wrong from a failure to correctly addres them It is best to use envelope of standard sizes A very soul envelope is liable to be lust a very large one is inconvenient to handle and will not fit into the boxes that are provided at the postollices The address should be written 01 the lower part of the envelope and written plainly and in full such DICof the envelope it is liable to uei marred by the stamping On the left hand upper corner should be written or printed a return address I The stamp should be placed on the upper right hand corner Children are taught how to write letters correctly but not how to address them No better instruction could be given than to have cheap enyelopes and give the children practical lessons in ad dressing them There is a person al reason why a letter should be addressed correctly A mechanic is judged by the character of his workand this is true of all pro fessions If a letter is poorly1 ad dressed a bad impression is given of the writer before the letter is opened Useful Household HintsIWhen buying cotton goods and in doubt as to fast colors cut oil a small piece chew it a minute and if it fades let it alone To set blue colors soak in strong salt water before washing To whiten goods which have be come yellow with age or from neg beet in washing soak in buttermilk at night and hang in the sun in daytime with the milk still on for three or four days then wash und boil and the goods will be enow white This is a good way to fade goods which have alreadly become too faded to look nice Lawn can be made into nice white dresses after giving them this treatment Wash machine and axle grease in cold water and soap and see how quickly ths spots disappear- A few uses for soda To make vegetables tender quick ly add a pinch of soda To keep cut flowers fresh put a little soda in the water To freshen strong meat or make it tender add a little soda To cleansa milk vessels or scour chinaware you will find soda to be excellentTo milk from curdling when making soups add a pinch of soda to the milk To get dandruff off babys head mix a little soda and castor oil together rub on the scalp lot stay an hour then wash with warm water and a good toilet soap Mrs R L Keys Mission Work in the Mountains Prof and Mrs M 0 Carter of Hazel Green arrived in this city Inst night on the Lexington and Eastern train to spend some time in Lexington Prof Carter is the principal of the C W BM Mission school at Hazel Green and will ro turn to resume his duties after a few days Mrs Carter came to consult a specialist about her oyes- and probably will remain in time city for a mouth or longer Prof Carter says that the school- is progressing entirely satisfactory ind that the enrollment is unusally largo for this time of the year Vn industrial department has ro iently been added to the school tied great results are expected from this This department is much on the order of the manual training and domestic science department of the High School hero Lexing Jon Herald CommissionersSale IIWOLFE CIRCUIT COURT ET AL- NoticeI I of Sale on Petltlc I By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Wolf Clrenlt cOllrt rendered nt itN Imiunry lerm 1909s in the ahove styled cause I small proceed to otter for Mile nt the front door of the court house 1111 the town of Campton Wolfe county Kentucky to the highest bidder at lub lie auction oil a creultof six months on 190IatII I tho InI tiny of tbe Mnruh UUJ urui of Ilho Vtilfe County court the following iliacrilied i property to wit A tract of laud oil Hear Pen crock 1 b inc u part of the G l vans tract of luud bounded as follows Beginning at n chestnut standing on the north side of the county road opposite the Mrs Cassidy house and near a large maple tree stand- Ing on south side of the rond on bankiof creek nt P on plat thuice n 10 o 260 ft to a small white and black oak 2 on plat n 24 12 c JO ft to 4 white oab from same stump 3 on plat n 14 e 21 9 ft to e hickory 4 nn plat n 30 e 135 1 ft 1to a bhiclc oak n 33 31 w 30 ft to a blnck oak n 05 12 e 140 ft to n black oak n- IfillI o 125 ft to a white o ks85e99ftI- n to white oaka 70 e 116 ft to a black cal s OC ISO ft to a black oak s 70 12 e 95 ft to n white oak s 04 14 e 134 ft to a hickory a A8 1 2 e 117 ft to a black oak B 40 e DO ft ton black oak a 22 e 101 It to n hickory on top of a point corner tto Robert Carroll F on plot thence with his line nud top of ridge s 2812 w 113 ft to n largo white Imks 35 w 110 ft 8 S 1 12 w 182 ft s 10 w 275 ft to Rosa CnrrnllV lint with her line M 42 w 31 fie 51I w 141 ft s 53 12 w 2all ft s 61 12 w 100 ft s 63 w PO ft to a corner to Wan Smith at fence ROil plat thence with his line and fence n 39 w 323 ft s 52 12 w 382 ft to n stone at the creek T on pint thence up the creek with its gen erolI meanders n 20 12 w 294 ft n 81 e 170 ftt n 7 12 w 142 ft to the place of beginning coutniuing 28 110 acres in eluding county road the distance it runs through said tract by survey For the purchase price the purchaser withapproved surety or securities mus execute bond bearing legal Interest froc the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bid tiers will be prepared to comply prompt- lyI with these terms Witness my hand as Master Couimii sinners aforesaid tile the 8th day uf February 1901 K T HOE Mas Com W C C BY H U Itosn D M0W C C CommissionersSale WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT F P WILSON Admr Plaintiffv- s Notice of Sale IOAXXA WILSON EEC Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Orde of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court rendered at its January Term 1909 In the above styled cause I shaltproceed to utTer for sale at the front dour of the Court House in the town of Camptoi iVolfe County Kentucky to the hljjhei and best bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 at 1 oclock pm or thereabout being the ht day of the March Term of the vFolf County Court upon a credit of six an twelve months the following describes real estate towit 1 One tract of load described in n deed rom Shelby Hisner and Martha lUsnei IH wife to Andy Wilson dated Jan 8th 1900 and recorded in Deed Book 17 page 88 and is bounded and describe as follows Begiuningnt the County road near tbe creek thence a west direction with And WiUounline to the top of the hill thenc leaving Wilsons line with Wm Linden line to the head of the branch to U A sickells line thence down the fork ridge with said G M Nickells line to- H M1 Wilson line thence with said n M1 Wilsons line back to the County road thence with the County road to the be inning 2 Another tract is described in Deed from S Jf Wilsou and wife to And rtilcon dated Oct 21nt 1901 and recorded in Deed Book 17 page 180 and ib hounded and described ns follows Beginning at a stone near the spring thence across the branch to the mouth 01 1 small stream to a stone thence to the top of the point to a stone thence following the point to the ridge to Leande Dunns line thence down the point with Iuullees line tbe dividing fence to e chestnut oak on top of the ridge thenc from th chestnut oak down tbe point or ridge to a stone at the old fence thence with the old fence to a stone near he barn of U Mf WilsonV thence up through the middle of the road to the beginning For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities mus execute bond bearing legal Interest iron the day of sale until paid and having the force and eflect of a judgment Bidder will be prepared to comply promptl with these terms Witness mv hand as Master Commie sinner of the Wolfe Circuit court tbi ihe 8th day of February 1909 E T ROSE Mas Corn WO C By B D Bon D M C W C C Commissioners Sale i WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT i L B SiKXCiai Plaintiff against Notice of Sale ivvis BIIKWKK ELLEN BBEWEK AUAII COOMEU und TYLER COOMEB Defendants hvvirue of a judgment and order of Tale of the Wolfe Circuit court rendered at its January term 1909 in the above cause for the sum of 110 with interest I thereon front the 29th day of December I lOOt at the rate of six per cent per an mm subject to n credit of 2552 on Jctohcr 19 1907 and the costs theron 1II lull proceed to ofler for sale at thr ourt house door in Campton to the highest bidder at public auction on MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 1 lit 1 oclock pm or thereabout being time find day of the March term of the Yolfe County court upon a credit ot L f six months the following described property to wlt A certain tract or parcel Off land sltll ate and lying in Wolfe coUnty Kentucky and bounded as follows towi Beginning at the Spruce Gap thence around with Gn Spencers line to Wayne Brynnts line thence with Dry ants line to George Snencera lint thence to n point opposite the falli thence down to the fulls thence with the meanders of Mill creek to the beginning containing 20 acres more or less said land being a part of the Bush bVIplaintiff from the Extern Kentucl I Timber and Lumber Company on Ni vember 7 1904 and conveyed to him by deed which deed is of record in the Wolfe county cerLsoflico iu Deed Book No 110 page 243 Or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the purchase with approved surety or securities must execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Rid I promptlyon n credit of six months Witness my hand ns Master Cominii sinner aforesaid this the 8th day of Feb runrv 1909 E T ROSE Mas Com W C C By B I Rose D M C W C C Commissioners Sale 0 WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT o TilE FARMERS A TRADERS BAXK Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale C C KriKs nOnA SSIITH A ROY SMITH Defendant By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court reudcre at Its January term 1009 in the above styled cause for the sum of Five 1 1 nnd red Dollars 50000 with six per cent interes per annum sliereon from the 10th day of April 1007 until paid and the costs In this action I shall proceed to ofler lor sale at the Court House door front door In Camp ton Wolfe County Kentucky to the high est bidder nt Public Auction on MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being the Imat day of the March Term of the Wolf County Court upon a credit of six months the following described property towlt A certain house and lot situated on Manor Street In Campion Ky and known as the Columbia Building and bounded by begin nlug at tbe Northwest corner ofA T Combs lot and house used as n barber shop thence Northwardly with Marlon Street 32 ft to a stake thence Eastwardly with the line of the Columbia Building 45 feet to a stake thence parallel Southwardly with Marion Street 32 feet to A T Combs Jlnt to the beginningFor purchase price the purchaser with approved suretyor securities must execute Bond bearing legal Interest from the day of sale until paid and having tin force and effect of a Judgment Bidden will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my hand as Master Commissioner aforesaid this the 8th of February11100E Master Commissioner Wolfe Circuit Court By B D ROSE D Jf C W C C Commissioners Sale 0 WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT a HENRY ELKINH ic Plaintiffs vs Notice of Sale FIUNK COM us ke Defendants Dy virtue of a Judgment and Order ot Sale of the Wolfe Circuit Court renderei at its January term 1909 in tbe above styled action I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the Court Houi In the town of Campion Wolfe County Kentucky to time highest bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY the tat DAY of MARCH 1909 at 1 oclock p m or thereabout being the 1st day of the March term of time Wolfe County Court upon a credit of six am twelve months the following described real estate to wit A tract of land on the HuntI ing Fork of Holly Creek ond bounded ai follows On time North by tbe lands 01 James Banks on tbe East by the hinds 01 D C Miller on the South by the lands 01 E M Elkins and on the West by the lauds of John S Banks For the purchase price the purchaser with approved surety or securities mush execute bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment BIdders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my hand as Master Commissioner of the Wolfe Circuit Court this the 8th day of February 1909 E T ROSE i Master Commissioner Wolfe Circuit Court lIy B D nOSE 273t D M C W C C BuggiesI BuggieS I Tue citizens of Hazel Green and this vicinity are herewith informed that they can now buy first class buggies at home I am prepared to furnish the best made and at reasonable prices I dont ban die anything but firstclass buggies and those who want cheap claptraps will have to go elsewhere rRemember if you want a FIRST CLASS BUGGY one that will give satisfaction in comfort and wear I can youCall see me nt my shop in Hazel Green Respectfully JOHN H ROSE 6 4 t Our Fall Opening Y We invite you to inspect our excellent assortment of stylish Fall Millinery Wed will show an exceptional array of Stylish Street and Trimmed Hats including the ifamous ACH Trimmed Millinery MISS FALAY LONG HAZEL GREEN + xiNlUCRY y 11 LOOKI WANTED I WE WANT 2000 full feathered GEESE will pay 4Oc for w same delivered here in the next 10 days poultry 4 and yellow root THOS HEINRICH Be SON are in charge of this house now Remember we pay CASH for buyCome or drop us a postal HEINRICH TOOHEYP- ost Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA = rfvv orrv Fi v v V = =o i =+ fP MORGAN COUNTY Ii k tf NATIONAL BANKS I li ffi- 1 CANNEL CITY k i1it itOF KYnl S25OOOOOE ESURPLUS 6000OQ ii- fUNDIVIDED i J I PROFITS u u- 06661jj AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY p YOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITEDffI IjhjMj L CONLEY President JOE 0 STAMPER Vice Pros fij s CUSTER JONES Cashier 1P = = vo = fl M t= = WI Rash JohnsonKash i DEALERS IN General Merchandise 11 COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attontion of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetablps in season Farmers Hardware c and especially their HAMILTONBROWN SHOES u specialty Wo have them in all tho varied styles and quality for I t WOMEN AND MEN aud sell thorn at the lowest margin of profit All ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stork including in the lot some very flue andhmany pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair n bargain will be sold rr At Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kash Johnson Kash- DIt 0 II WiLLIAMSDAYHOUSE KyHAZEIMrs IAU DAY Proprietor I it Offers his profestlnnal services to the cittlestl table A s fare lnaetern Kentucky tens of Hazel Green and surrounding couu ple room con acted Heated andand will all callsofanswertry afflictionlightedOgee at hil residence adio I j ygas Ibruugb Jt and special ao Green Bank fommodatioas to travtiUlg men I M s i 5Jf t =N f Ii t 7 lpm adfe t1II i r a r L I r1 b i rLJ i 4 Coughs of ChildrenI II 1 Especially night coughs Na ture needs a little help to quiet the irritation control the in flammation check the progress of the disease Our advice is give the children Ayers i youriHe knows best Do as he says j publlih our rormulM We bnnl h aloohol Aw from ourindKlni s ores you to I swooadootoeour If you think constipation is of trifling consequence just ask your doctor He will disabuse you of that notion in short willhI say about Ayers PillsI A mild liver pill all vegetableI td y thin T O Ayer Co Lowell Mm f THE HERALD Taylor Dav is building a new ti tiwarehouse to store salt lime oils paints etc Cecil Bros request us to say that they would liko for all who aro r 1111owing them to como in and pony tip at once Sam Kash last week bought a 1 1milch cow from John Miles Wil son of Red rivor for 25 She is part Jersey and gives rich milk Kash R Sample one of the firms that patronize this paper roqliest us to say that people who are in debted to them must pay up at once Kash Sample say they do not desire to dun any of their custom ers but request all delinquents to come in and settle their accounts at ouco If you have any saddles or har ness that need repairing take them to S F Reynolds and see how neatly and cheaply he can do the job If farmers will make a strong solution of borax and dip their hams and shoulders in the boiling fluid their meat will uoyecbe invaded with bugs or ii sects of any 4kindOliver Kasb of Campton who has been assisting his brother Sam in his store and the postof fice will matriculate at Hazel Green Academy the first of next week Will Alexander who was reported j sometime since would go west to locate has rented a farm near Neola having abandoned he idea of trying the winds and drouths ot i the westu i Mrs Lucy McGuire of More i 1 head is visiting her sister Mrs i iQC Daniel who last week re turned from a visit to her parents Elder D G Combs and wife of Morehead J T Day is having a very large field plowed with a view to putting it in spring wheat With the mill he owns every farmer would be justified in putting in a large crop of this cereal I i Curt Byrd and Miss Jennie Tay 4 lor both of Lacy creek were mar nod at the residence of the brides parents Lisst Taylor and wife on f Tayf James 0 Perkins will offor for solo at public outcry in the town 1 of Hazel Green on Saturday Fob a 27th a thoroughbred McDonald Chief Stallion and farmers should t be on hands to look him over R goodRas you can buy at f office and got one for 1 We also 1 1have a few watches good time koopors that can be had for 1 each Dont wait until supply is goneuEdgar Asburg a young man wno worked in TUB HERALD office at one time and a longtime at Camp ton from where he went to Rich mond is now in Muskogee Okla where he is pressman on a daily paper The report comes to us that fi Charley Clark of Maytown who was reported as having pneumonia t has now developed typhoid favor q and is iu a critical condition Mr Clarks many friends however c hope for the best Rev Frank Pros Wilson of Ne ola was here Monday to return to school his son Ghent who had I taken French leave But whether he went home or was fleeing from parental control Our Man About JTowu did not learn M cJccI t7 u A Cute Child Little Mabel Daniel of our town is certainly a prodigy She iis about eleven years of age SLId sinceI she was five your old she has taken part in nearly every play or exhibition that has been hold at HazelI Green Academy and whatover the start site renders it to perfection Frequently she is down for n song or recitation by herself and she iis always the same self reliant littl maid Never has sho faltered or taken stage fright and being a fa vorito sho is the pot of the town So sweet and amiable is her dispo sition that little girls of her ownn age never onvy hor the honors that are bestowed upon her but on the other hand are always ready to accord hor tho praise she deserves A Good Entertainment The play Jemima or tho Witch of Bender tho comedy which was renderedat Peair Hall Saturday night proved a success in that everybody present was amuscu and entertained for an hour or so The sum realized from admissions was 20 75 which is to buy now seats for the Christian church of our town All who took part in the play had their respective parts well in hand and it Was pulled off without a hitch Little Mabel1 Daniel rendered a song with piano accompaniment by Miss Poteet r and the latter executed an instru mental piece accompanied with cornet by Milo Carter Fire on Lacy Creek J B Hollon of Lacy creek had the misfortune to lose Rome 00 000 feet of rough lumber esti mated at about 135 per thousand on Sunday morning or Saturday night There was no mill or fire near the lumber and it is almost I a certainty that the fire was of incendiary origin Indeed it is said that pine knots were found where the fire originated and that a fire was started at another point which would have destroyed all tho lumber Mr Hollon had So far as we know ho has no conception of who the party can be There is a movement on foot to have property holders of our town build concrete sidewalks While this will do very well for the cen tral part of the town where the most valuable property is located in our humble opinion a good system of plank walks would be all sufficient for the outlying part or suburbs Concrete would perhaps last longer and render greater sat isfaction but a good plank walk would render pedestrianism much more pleasant than tho mud through which we now wade in many places George Johnson Esq is trying to reorganize the Order of Red Men which has been out of com mission for the past 18 months He already has nearly 20 members pledged and with that number they can secure a charter The order pays 5 a week as sick benefits and a member can take out a policy of insurance in any amount he desires The writer is not ac quainted with the good points of the order but is satisfied it is all right if members live up to the ritual The Ladies Aid Society have very generously agreed to quilt for Mr and Mrs John Ward a lot of comforts and quilts to remunerate them in small degree for their se vere loss of all their household goods Other citizen of this town also donated goods to be made up and it is hoped that every citizen will do all they can in this direc tion Surely they will want to do by those people who wore so unfor tunate as they would wish to be done by That is the golden rule and should be observed Through misintormation last week TUB HKHALD stated that the John Ward dwelling caught from escaping gas Time fact is there was no fire on tho place so far ns known except the burning soot I near the top of the chimney which probably caught from a wood and coal fire made the day previous In tho firo at Dr Stampers office there was no gas whatever and the fro at Aunt Liza McNabbs was caused by a wood blaze and de fective flue Gas was in nowise responsible Jud Day a prominent young merchant of Grassy Creek wherehe is identified with tho firm of J D Henry Co was in town last Thursday to have us print some stationery and also handbills onInouncing a cut price clearing saleI He also transacted some business at the bank Senator James B McCroary hasI the thanks of tho editor and his better sovenoighths for a package of garden seeds from tho agricul tural department at Washington including peue onions turnips lettuce etc i i t The juries of Wolfe Circuit court were discharged last woejc afrittl quite a number of misdeqieapor and felony cases passed but courtii held several days this week toolean up as many equity md civil casesI as possible j Tomorrow Friday February 12 I will be celebrated throughout theI United States and more especially corne memorative of the one hundredtttl anniversary of the birth of Abra- i ham Lincoln limn HRKAM is sorry to nay that rumors are current to the oiled agalnsecases hathI political parties are involved and if this he so he has lost his pres tige as a presiding officer Harlan McClain a former citi zen of Hazel Green was sick in a hospitalat Stillwntor Okla reI cently where he fell in lovo with the lady who nursed him with the result that they were married They will go to Fort Worth Texas to live Floyd Arnett of Neola went to Snlyersville last week where heI received license to practice law Ho has been constable and dnputy sheriff and with his experience in those two offices he should Lave some practical experience in his new profession Tommio Dhniol of West Liber ty accompanied by a Miss McGuire of Jackson came in the latter part of last week but left Monday after visiting his parents Q C Daniel and wife Miss Mc Guire is still herb visiting the Daniel family ii IJ Taylor Day last tweak filled his ice house with ice measuring I three to four and a half inches and had it thoroughly packed with oldsawdust to preserve it Should I it keep it will be a God send to thoI people ofour town especially should an epidemic of sickness vis it this village Our readers will remember that Friday the 12th inst is the day John M Hose Co will begin their closing sale to quit business and should avail of the opportun ity to buy bargains For particu lar note prices quoted elsewhere in our paper rind see bills distributed about South Coldiron and John Old field who are working at the mill of Bascom Perkins o n Grassy i creek Saturday morning last killed a snake three and a half feet long which seems to indicate that i spring weather is upon us But I when we lemember that Mr SitU sage yclept the ground hog came out on the 2nd and went back to I his hole it leaves a doubt So what I will the weather be is still a ques tion Since our last issue Sam Kash sold a yearling mule to Allison Rose for 0250 a yearling mute to Oliver Kash for 75 and a four yearold work mule to Capt W 1IHurst of Campton for 110 Also C S Sample sold to Charley Rose an aged mule at private price Charley Rose bought a fouryear old mare mule from BudSwango- of Stillwater for 110 and sold ore to Copt Bill Hurst of Camp I ton tor 105- Crockett Rose of Lacy creek and Miss Maude Hurst of Still water will be united in marriage at tho residence of the brides parents Little Bill Hurst and wife today Dr G lI Center per forming the ceremony The groom ii a son of our fellow county man and friends Jeff lI Rose and is a nice young man while the bride is one of the prettiest girls in Wolfe county and calculated toI make him ti helpmate through this vale of tears Lon Sherman who was last week arraigned for trial in the Wolfe Circuit court at Campion for tho killing of Islow Allen was Saturday acquitted of the crime It was rumored however that threats wore made against Sherman if he continued to live in Campton In deed it was reported here thatero the trial was over it was said ho would not live 21 hours in eventt of acquittal but there is no au thenticity to those rumors and it may be a bluff game For Sale Farm of 100 acres 75 acres bottom land all timber nec essary for farm use good 0 room dwelling and all out buildings j barn 00x82 Located on State road 8 miles N W of Hazel Green in a good neighborhood school church and store at tho door i IFencing in good repair fermsI Half cash and balance on timo to suit purchaser 8500 will buy itIAddress Spencer Cooper Hazel Green or F P Clark loliIvor Ky for further particulars t rrdLYli 1 cc t r li1 i MUflPHY PORK MINUTES s o J S Pieratt swapped three calves to Will Ayers for a cowj- jMrsAJInliEsa Creekbaum moved last Vcok from the Cecil Hurt farm to Ezel Tom Lawson moved from MilI j lard Dennis to Bill Murphys farm last week Bud Little of Mizo has a bunch ofcattlo 011 hands for tho Mt Ster ling market John Harvey moved from Bill Murphys to Jeff Murphys on Blackwator lust week Milt Lykins passed through our village last Friday en route to Breathitt couty on a business tour The poot is still using cough medicine and liniment to beat the hand The trouble is grip and thou some Tho two Murphys John and Bon handstThere is no telling how many they will have by the time of the next Mt Sterling court Last Saturday night a crowd of young folks 10 couple in all met at the home of J1 S Pieratt and tendered refined social to Johns oldest daughter Miss Nora Roses and beauty sparkled th ro and with their plays music laughter and songs the hours wont merrily by All went homo delighted with the occasion Feb S POET HomeMade Fire Extinguisher In this day of efficient fire ex tinguishers no farmhouse or barn should be without such protection It often happens tthat a fire is easily extinguished when it is first discovered if the means is at hand for doing ttho work Here is a good formula which will prove effective Take ton pounds of common salt and five pounds of nmriiitH of ammonia and dissolve in four gallons of water When dissolved bottle it and keep for an Jinenjency In caso ofa fire ono or more bottles should be thrown into tho damns with such force as ji to break tltemEx I Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and I beIJi cause table health restoring I L1 properties Swamps Root fulfills almost I everytvisli in over Hurlj coming rheumatism U I11 pain in the back kid 1 IlJil neys liver bladder 111 B and every part or the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects followinguseof liquor wine or beer and overcomes tint unpleasant necessity of being compeller t go ortcnI through the day and to get up many times during the night SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will bu found just the remedy you need It has been thor testedl in private practice and has prove so successful that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not al ready tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail dso a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to fiudoutifyouhavekid ney or bladder trouble- 1Vheuwritiguuentita Y ttiIC reading this generous =offer in this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer it Co darn olrmlixl- DinglraitwN Y The regular fiftycent nnd otmc dollar size bottles are sold by al druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot flirt the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle SHERIFFS SAlE lly virtue of nu Ixecutlnn Ko 147t ill recteil to nit which Issued from the Clerks ollice of till Wolfe Circuit court In favor of 0 M1 Center against K II HudilU and C I Terrell IurI one of my deputies will on MONDAY the 1st DAY of MARCH 1909 between the hours of 10 oclock a iu and 4 oclock p na ut thlullrt house door In Campion Wolfe county Ky expose to Iubllv Sale to the highest bidder the fol lowing property or so much thereof us maybe necessary to Kithlyl PlalmilVt debt in terest mid cask iiiwll A cert iia tract or boundary ol html fug and being III Wolfe Countyt Icyon the Widow pork of lied River mid hounded follows towit lie trlmilng on a Chestnut tree near the old school house brunch above the County hued rnntiii a lralilit line to the the of the ridge thence with the ridge to topII rile Huddlxs line to a stone r thence her line across the volley to the top ot the ridge where IK M Wallers and Thus Will IBM Jr Intersects i thence with C MI Walter line to II stone thence a straight line to the forks of n small drain ton Wal nut on the right of said drain thence n slnilght lilt across the valley to the begin ning Levied on as the properly of K IS lluddix Terms Sale will hu made on n credit of six mouths the purchaser to execute Lund with approved security tc hove the forco and ellect of a replevin bond Wltnest tny hand hubs Sth day of Febru ary 190U JOHN W COX 27U Sherirt1 of Wolfe County I Jj W P l I IJg I ATrCOST AND RRIAGEjjALL OF OUR Winter Goods MISSES MAPEL TROYIf have just received a pretty line of Christmas Goods something that is uAetlll fts thelittlenndhatpriceWe TREEInI I call and hivestlgHte our complete line of handsome Chrlstmiw presents t OUR FRUIT ILINE IS COMPLETE Anything you watt in this line for the lemonsbananasAny young man can be suited in our Christmas line if he wishes to buy some thing for his best girl Call and see MAPEL TMOY THH PBflLFopF HAZEL GREEN j and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call andexamine our new stock of fall and winter goodsRwhich for cash will be sold lower than ever before PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 15 cents to 100 a yard Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROS CLOUQOUT F QUIT BUSINESS Beginning February 1 12and ending March 1 1we will sell FOR CASH ONLY all the goods in our stock Note the great saving and ifyouf want bargains now is the time This sale is absolute and nothing will be charged life Calico per yard now 4C 7 1tiC2Ac Outing per yard now 50o Dress Goods per yard now 3c100 Shirts now 780 50c Shirts now 39 f soOHatslolV500 Stetson Hats now 350 l 850 Shoes now t 265 f250 Shoss now 198 98125 Shoes now t 9981500 Overcoats now tp 7 9o1000 Overcoats now H 51500 SHOw 1249 1000 Suits now 798 800 Suits now 548 500 Ladies Skirts now 378 WOO Laities Skirts now 198 JNOMROSECOMHAZEL f Sam Kash of the firm Kash 5 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 assistant for which they can not ii make room with the goods 1 I t i 4I t i r rft4 RANGE REVOLwNG 1 S+ hFwrWIRESTPOH1 OrAt rnCSI N BILL KnNSnscmtoor t Union Look Poultry Fence bnu ainh Tb mort Mnlctabl ben on Ui nirkrt for = jardi orchmrdi and e rejni 14- uo l tmlir Colbwflt Sot eataior oI toolow for on pnqw union tattoo co iHXiibni rnru City eta- r I A BOOK OF MYSTERYIS f The Veil BY Mary Harriott Norris a 12mo Cloth 3O9 pnrfes 5160 Order of Your Bookseller or the Publisher RICHARD G BADGER Publisher Boston i KILL THE COUCH urn CURE THE LUHC8 KingsNew f fOR COUCH s PBICE TrW egttle Fns AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLE8 f GUARANTEED SATISFAOTO1 OK MONEY REFUNDED lr We Buy FURSHides Weel FeatJaen nowBMwu CInMBf 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OF TKB PLAINSI oopYnioHTioooBr WUTA scoot BlacVt k great Indian chiefs received stinging defeats and were sent to the happy hunting grounds themselves the pages of frontier history teem with sanguinary successes which will show that the red man did not always get It In the neck One of these successful red warriors who for years was known as the Terror of x1 Plains well earned that title and s my present Indian friend Red now living at Pine Ridge ag over eighty years old Among lib many feats was the wily cunning with The two colonels were found lying tide by ride which be engineered what is known as the Fort Phil ICearny massacre Red Cloud was then a young ambi tious and a most powerful rising chief of the Ogalnlla Sioux and Ignored the actions of the older Indian chiefs In 1865 at the HarneySanborne treaty be boldly denounced the white mans In vaslon sprang up from the council called on the discontented to follow him and went on the warpath From that time that section became a veritable burying ground wherever the wily chief could succeed In finding subjects for his vengeance Red Cloud kept the fort in constant agitation even making it dangerous to collect wood on the surrounding hillsides In the first six months there were 154 per sons killed and a great number wounded besides hundreds of animals cattle and mules stolen One of these attacks is famed because of the fall of Colonel Fetterman and his men were practl cally victims of gallantry and Indiscretion Colonel Fetterman was a than with a splendid record Although he had several experiences In one of which Lieutenant Bingham was killed together with several soldiers and only the timely arrival of General Car rington himself saved them yet be still expressed himself that with a hundred men he could ride through the Sioux nation On the fatal occasion the wood train had been sent out to se cure wood and bring timber to finish building the hospital for the fort Soon Information was brought from one of the outposts on the hill to General Car rington that the train was in peril Colonel Fetterman was put In com mand of about a hundred men and started to form a junction with the wood train lIe made a detour hoping to take the Indians In the rear The Indian scouts on seeing his advance from the other side of the hill left a few to occupy the attention of the wood train and concentrated on Fetterman The wood train broke cor ral and went off seven miles northeast of the fort to the Piney The Indians massed In overwhelming numbers and notwithstanding the bravery of the lit tie command simply wiped them out of existence and then retired to cele brats their victory In one spot was found a pile of about fortynine men stripped of clothing and mutilated Colonels Fetterman and Brown were found lying side by side some bellev ing that at the last moment rather than be captured they died by each others hands The news was received all over the country with great hor ror while from one end of the plains to the other among the red men rang peana of praise for the great young Red Cloud and his achievements gave him a power In the Sioux councils that he held through many long years Red Clouds continued success drew to his ranks ambitious braves from every section until he had such a formidable organization that If It were understood that these tribes were of as many nations as distinct In a way as among the white races onehalf of his followers would be entitled to theI name and devilish recklessness of the most tame foreign legtoM To ny out fee test the wt tbMter of CDI t w 0 t t ttest In hot wntor n continuous stew or uuuU iIe iihiliiH as active as n picnic party or u horuutu nest is nut exagger ation lie kept Fort Phil Kearny prac tically Invested for a year and with predatory bands sent here and there over the plains he carried devastation and destruction to the most unexpect ed quarters possessing aa he did an organization that conditions permit ting made his force as effective aa light horse cavalry However the Inventive genius and commercial spiritt of the white man In shop and factory was actively engaged in producing fl te- ruedle I arms so improved that like the gun in the Prussians hands In the European jI I wars of 1800 to 18T2 they created In his simple mind an astonish ment that he could not believe or dream of until he suffered from a tear fill demonstration of the fact Myself and others of course kept up our per sonal pull by adopting every Improvement from the old muzzle loader to the brce hloadlng Springfield and the repeatersHenry Remington and WinchesterwhIch gave us often the necessary protective advantage Thto improvement In arms was destined a little over a year after the Fetterman massacre to give Red Cloud and Mr Injun the surprise of their lives and something to think of as bad medl cine Savage as we have called him the Indian In his primitive state was most loyal in his belief and appeal under all circumstances and conditions to the Supreme Being always appealing for guidance assistance and success to the Great Spirit Whether It was In following the chase for subsistence suc cess In war for rapine murder plun der or horse stealing for abundance In crops and grasses or In conquests in love he was strikingly imbued with the necessity of the Great Rulers friendly assistance or Good MedlI cine Failure in all these pursuits he attributed to the preponderating in fluence of the Evil Spirit or aIMedicine So after several cam paigns of continued success the reader can imagine the surprise not to soy consternation and depression that re suited from his audacious attempt toI at last annihilate the garrison at FortII Phil Kearny He assembled nearl1JJ 8000 warriors for this purpose all well equipped with carbines and inns zle loaders but was unaware that tbeII fort bad been supplied with the new Allen modification of the Springfield I breechloading rifle Besides the rifle carbines etc the Indians were mighty well equipped for closein fighting with the bow and arrow With the latter in time of war and in a close fight with the whites an ex pert archer could keep up a stream of these death dealing missiles with a rapidity equaling the best Winchester of today and limited only to the num ber of arrows a hundred or more that his quivers held In the scheme of battle that Red Cloud had designed on this occasion he had Intended to over whelm even at great loss the ability of a muzzle loading enemy to with stand his attack backed with the are row experts whose work would be far superior to that of the revolver This had been done in minor engage menta successfully but had never been tried on as complete a scale u Red in tended It on this occasion though the idea Just simply happened a little too late Suddenly Investing the fort he thoulhtInbeen under Fetterman but experience had taught the troops who armed magnificently and under the capable lead of Captain James W Powell and Lieutenant Jenness had been long preparing for defense in case of surprise- In hauling the timber and wood for winter use the wagon beds were not used the wood and timber being carried upon the running gears and the wagon beds were used to form an ob long corral with openings at each end so that in emergency they could be closed by wagons which had the beds on them The wagon beds were usedJJ to store all the camp equipage cloth lag commissaries etc while reen forced with sandbags and anything that would stop a bullet and If I remember correctly they were linedII with boiler Iron with riSe loopholes As preliminary to the attack on theII fort Red Cloud thought to repeat theII Fetterman result and sent about OOaa picked men to surround the little car I ral to which Powell and the woodmen had retreated numbering thirtytwo in alL Wagon sheets were thrown over the tops of the wagon beds to screen the defenders from observation and tare them perhaps from the 111 erects tt the arrow fire at close quartersl there was plenty of plenty of rifles Every man had at least three and some no fewer than eight Some men who were not conbsidered deadly shots were told to keep cleaning up for the others There was a quartet of old frontiersmen led by one renowned as a dead shot Joe Merivllle and others whose names at the present time I sincerely regret that I cannot remember who averaged eight or ten weapons apiece Powell himself took ou et4 of the corral and JeaaeM tile other 91 eueyblat WM Prepared to DIv btits 6ft0Uf eI WE a x Jesl on In the range power and won derful rapidity of fire which the new rifle permitted At the same time the Indians had really surprised them and appeared In such numbers that the lit tie garrison from commander down on hasty consultation decided that It was a forlorn hope to think of escape though all were determined to fight to the last breath The Indiana spread out and gallantly charged while the main body of Indiana between them and the fort look ed on exultantly fully prepared to take advantage of any opening Powell had commanded not a shot to be fired until his orders and inspiring his men with bis own coolness it was reserved until the yelling horde came within 150 then 100 then 60 yards from them when Fire boys firer was shouted and a perfect sheet of flame burst forth Horses and riders tumbled and a drlv Ing sleet of bullets struck the charging mass To the Indians astonishment the fire did not stop at one volley as usual but continued to belch forth un interruptedly Then the foe circled around at a mad gallop but like the blazing spark from a fireworks pin wheel the corral responded with death dealing effect which at last the sur vlvors hurriedly escaped from The result to the defenders was cncourag fag aa a mass of horses with dead and wounded Indians lay in all dlrec fleas as a forest of trees falls by the striking of a tornado The corral lost the gallant Lieutenant Jenness with a bullet through his head one soldier wile killed and two were severely I wounded leaving twentyeight at the post To the Indians the whole affair was a terrible puzzle and they actually I believed that the corral held ten times the number of men for they now adopted a new method by preparing to surround the corral with skirmishers the bow and arrow men creeping for ward ahead of those with rifles taking advantage of every depression In the ground until within range then to overcome the besieged with gun and nrrow fire when the main attack would be made by the entire body of wi r more This was wonderfully skillful In execution but the defense was almost impregnable and the defenderSwere silent under the fusillade that tore Into the wagons and the arrows that pierced through the sheets So terrific was the fire that it sounded like crackling thunder and the strategic silence thatIensued caused the Indians to think that it had been effective although ac tually not a defender was hurt in this second attack Under a heavy fire from the sklr mishers a thousand Indians broke into a charge encouraged by the silence when again rang out the merciless fire led by Powells own rifle On they pressed until almost to the wagon I beds suffering from a slaughter almost t unheard of when back they again rode A few feet moro and It would have been all over In a hand to hand conflict But so close had they come that some of the men threw mis sUes in their faces This was repeated for six times the sixth being the final charge and re pulse which If it had been followed d liming sled of bullets struck the Indiana by another would have been success ful as many of the rifles had become overheated others useless and the ammunition was nearly exhausted Then to add to the general joy the distant sound of a howitzer was heard and Major Smith from the tort with 100 men was seen In the distance and a shell burst in the midst of the Indians as another puzzle In the use of arms The principal effort the Indiana made then was to carry off their wounded which they eventually sue A needed in doing after making a stand for awhile against Smiths command when disheartened and dismayed they sullenly retreated Captain Powell in lib report says that another attack would have been successful ow- Ing to the exhausted condition of arms ammunition and men Tbe In diana bad a splendid opportunity In the open to check Smiths command ut believing In the Great Spirits anger and that there was Bad Medicine in the neighborhood they thought it best to retire from the In fluence of the Evil Spirit The Indi vas lost 1137 men H If y CrampsThous- andsof ladies suffer agonies every month 4 If you do stop and think Is it natural Emphatically and positivelyNO r Then make up your mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering1 TAKE 1 J ale It Will Help You I suffered 9 years writes Mrs Sarah J Hos kins of Cary Ky Ihad female trouble and would nearly cramp to death My back and side would nearly kill me with pain I tried everything to get relief but failed and at last began to take Cardul 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