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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iIffii I HEEALDJt 0 Established March 4 1886 Made Famous in the Story ot Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORel 0 tt n 9 sit Owner I and Killtor The Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year In Advance = = = = =I TWENTY FOURTIi YEARHAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 18 IMS NUMBER Mi I Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table in Elfoct June 21 1908 WEST BOUND ho1 InoSTATIONS Dully ex UallyuuJ Sunday SuuUuy Siuiiiiu only AMLve I IMLve AMLve Jackson U 10 aw J40 pu OOlim Oti J unct H lb pm 2 25 ptu 7V5 am I IJeattyve Je 7 U7 am aw Ill 754 am Turreut 7JU am a 41 pa 81 nm Nut llrldgt 7 45 KIIJ a 6111110 b21 am I Caw1ton Ju 7 48 Km a 67 pa 828 ant Stanton 8 J5 hili I14 2U Pm 854 am Clay City 815 amII 35 PUU2 am LEJuucu 9 OUtuu 5 07 pro IUU3am lUil2 am- Lextonar Winchester 1112 um 520 un 9 5 Rill U U5 pw lu 25aw f EAST BOUND No4I Daily No2 ea Uaily and tluollay iII Sunday- Pbit live Lexiugtuu1 I AMLr c 07 st2 25 VIII U alUC 11 tneueter 20 tt la lio- II 2 J8 tllJl LO 2 46 put Lki Juucuuu 1 sLU pm 3 60 pm 40 ttuy City 40 llI2 IilUII a 58 put H blautooII44 9 IU lilll 4 au pm Cuuiituu Juutu 9 all pm 4 35 pm 57 hut llrIl1K 57I 9 43 am 4 47 put t12 rurrent 9 5U am b lU pw 7U llelluyvuJc 17 am- U US pw IO OokKJunn 011 35 am- U 2U am10 1111 114 dauksun CONNECTIONS I L ok E JtJtlluJi limns Noe 1 and will wake CUDutctiou with the C OKy- lor ill bterlitiK CAMITON VNCTJoTrnlns Nos 1 2 I 3 and 4 connect wltu the Mountain Central Ky lur Trite Midge aid CamptooII BKATTYVLLK JUNCTION 1 rains No2 will wake connection ut Ueuttvllle JUOOII with the I amidit hallway tar passengers to und iroui Beattyville OK JUNCTION Trains Nos3and4 connect with the Or K Hallway lor local nations on the O k K Hallway W A Mol OVKLL Ueueral Manager OUAbdCOTlUeu PUSH Agent u OMOo KcntuoRg1 g Eai1wag Time Table May 21 I9O6 WESTBOUND No 33 I S I No 21IDaily ex = STATIONS flUYdex 8uaay PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 8 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 1219 A 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhurst C 11 44 3 10 27 OiK Junction 0 11 16 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 g No22 Daily ex = STATIONS g Dally ei Sunaym Sunday AMLvaPMLva7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hamptou 13 1 H 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 iiIiNOB 21 and 22 will make close cnnnectioi f at O fc K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for I points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail fi wayM L CONLEY Superintendent mountain GantlaI Rail man No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600 a mCampton1130 a m 200p mCampton 000pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 760 amCauipn June 10 05 am 3 80 pmOompn Juno 440 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON i I the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that be carries a line of OnfliiiH c usketa Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead in decent style Bgydpecial casketa supplied on 24 it hours notice finest made if ordered i TeaniH and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c r t Y SEWBLL C ROSE t Notary Public f STILLWATER KY Offers his professional services tnritlteniofr Wolfe county And solicits the patronage ofr tIl018ccathisreaideuceon3t1Dwaterc Iair tifT- tr 1 r ffAi I v viw v- t r COUNTY NEWS Local Itemsofgeneral interest to a majority If of our readers especially distant friends BELKNAP BLAZES I e Lloyd Powers of Soitz was here a few days ago on important busi ness Clay Wilson of Neola was iu j this vicinity buying cattle a few days ago- Hnrlnn I Oldfield of Daysboro was in this vicinity Saturday and Sunday visiting friends j I Daniel Burton of Stevenson in I Ureatbitt county moved to this vicinity a few djjys since I The protracted meeting which J closed hero a few days ago result ed in 15 additions to the church- J J B Howard ono of Cannel Citys most accomplished young men visited friends here Saturday and SundovII William Watson and Margaret Dunn were married at the home of the bride a few days since We hope thorn a long and successful lifeSeveral of our attractive young girls attended church on the Johnson fork Sunday Among themI were Rosia and Rinda Allen Eva Center Lona Minix and Mahala i ArnettIMarch 15 BLADE Near Death in Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For yeara a severe lung trouble goveI me intense suffering she writes and several times nearly caused my Heath All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then i Dr Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so perma nent that I have not been troubled in twelve years Mrs Soper lives in Big Pond Pa Itworks wonders in coughs and colds sore lung hemorrhages lagrippe asthma croup whooping cough and all bronchial affections 60o and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers LEE CITY LOCALS 0Dave Lindon of Belknap was in town this week on business T T Day of Hazel Green was in town several days on business Miss Sallie Taulbee of Belknap was a guest of Mrs J H Dana SundayWillie Manker of West Liberty was a guest of Mrs C F Garinger last Friday Born 9th inst to the wife of Nathan Hollon a tenpound girl lr J H Dunn officiating South Rose who is attending school at the H G A spent Saturday and Sunday with home folksBro Bicknoll of Hazel Green filled his regular appointment at this place the first Lords day in the month Misses Ethel Wise and BettioI Lee of this place were guests ot their sister at Wilhurst the first of the tfjek A large crowd attended Sunday school here last Sunday and the secretary reported the best lessons for several months Mesdames J L Duff and J W Gordon wero guests of Dr W P Wise and family lust Sunday and attended church Both joined and will be baptized in the future Mrs J 0 Taulbee who has beAn attending at the bedside of her daughter Mrs James H Dunn who has been very ill has returned homo as Mrs Dunn is conva lescing March 15 LILUE Kills WouldBe Slayer A morciless murderer is appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stim ulate stomach liver anti bowels I preventing that clogging that in vites appendicitis curing constipation buiousnees chills malaria headache and indigestion 25c at 1lU1 dealers 1 J fL j M TO CORRESPONDENTS llIil your Items early 10 they will reach our office not later thanTuesday morning Monday possible Nuws received after that will not be published unless of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only LACY GREEK LINES 0 Aunt Eliza Nickell is on the sick list J B Hollon is getting aloe fine with his log job John Oldfield was in this neighborhood Sunday hunting for his dogJoe Lee Wilson recently moved to the ElliH Johnson place itijthi sectionMort Wilson of Grassy passed through hero Sunday en route to Millers crook Aunt Juda Wills who makEs her home with Sebran Trimble iis on the sick list As the weather has been so bad Green Trimble and Robert Brooks are behind with their hunting Misses Lucy Nickell aud Clem ma Old fields were visiting witl Miss Rosa Trimble thefirst of tht week March 15 BERTIE The Lurid Glow of Gloom was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Adams of Henrietta Pa His awful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and bullied the best doctors who said the poisoned blood hadeffected his lungs and nothing could say him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For erup tionR Hczoma salt rheum sores and all blood disorders and rheumatisn Electric Bitters is supreme Onlv 50c Guaranteed by all dealers NEOLA NUGGETS J D Rose of Lacy creak is here today on business J L Williams of this place u now in the tie business W L Patrick of Grassy Crook is clerking in N C Days store at presentUncle Tom Heinrich says the poultry trade is getting to be quite good at this place George McQuinn had the mis fortune to got one of his feet badly mashed by a tie falling on it N C Day has gone to Cincin nati to purchase a stock of goods for his store here and while in that citywill make selections foi J D Henry Co of Grassy Creek Quite a number of people fron different sections of these party get on board the 0 K trains foi various parts of the country Only the other day the following wen seen George Trimble of Morgan county was destined for Denver Col Taylor Havens of Grassj Creek for some point in Iowa R B Bishop of Grassy Creek for Charleston Ill March 15 GRAY EYES CASTOR IIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Haw Always Bought Bears the s J ISignaturooC SANDFIELD SIFTINGS o Rev John Wilson will preach here every second Sunday Willie Clark started for Mt Sterling Saturday to attend court Ed MoNabb and wife visited home folks at this place last Sun day Maud McNabb was a pleasant guest of Nancy Catrou Sunday nightStella Catron and Nannie Stam pers wore guests ot Bertio Clark Saturday night Miss Mattio Oldlield of Grassy was a guest of her cousin Cordie Oldfield from Thursday untili I SundayRev John Wilson D B Stam per and H S Stamper with their families were guests of 0W Mc Nabb and family last Sunday March 15 SUNSHINE f tIiia Y a STILLWATER SPARKLES- Ed o P Cecil of Convolution wan in this neighborhood last Thurs dayRev JamesBrowiij of Red river visited with R J Rose last Sun dayDennis Hollon of Laurel paid Steve Rose 0250 for two heifers recentlyBoone May of near Daysboro was interviewing our merchants hero Saturday Jonathan Childers bought a pair of twoyearold mules from a Mr Spencer at a private price W H Chambers was here last Thursday looking for some hogs which had strayed from his place Buddy Brewer and wife went to Breath tt county Saturday to seethe latter father who is said to be daugetkisly ill Sheriff John W Cox recently bought 200 acres of land on StillI water from Boone Brewer forI which he paid 800 Andy Phipps is building a coal house for S C Rose and when that is finished he will begin on a house for Oc McNabb Saturday last Frank McQuinn of tho Calaboose neighborhood bought HO bushels of corn from R C Wells at luC per bushel Mrs Susan Tyro whose illness has been mentioned several times lately in these columns is convalescent we are pleased to state Jim Combs traded a mare a horse and 80 in cash to Johnny Kash of Red river for two mules aged respectively 5 and 0 years Bob Rose and George Hampton of Stanton were here a few days sinew and snid they wore going to Farmer Tity Ill to hunt for a jobBoono Tyra is busy selling farm machinery to all who want to buy and he also has a lot which he will lease to the farmers at reasonable rateBuddy Brewer moved to his farm on Stillwater last Friday He had been living on Dog creek for several months where he was engaged in logging Isaac Miller bought an engine mind boiler from Tames Tyler of Campton for 275 and as soon as the new burhs which he ordered have come he will be ready to do grindingJoseph P Rose passed through here Thursday eu route to Camp ton for some grass seed he had shipped to that point Joe is one of our most progressive and enter prising farmers The derrick and all necessary rigging for drilling has been erect ed on the Leonard Tutt farm and hopes are entertained that this section will yet prove a good oil producing field Spencer A Marshall the oil men who struck a flow of gas on the G W Lovohice farm while prospecting have piped the same into Mr Lovelaces house and he is now enjoying all the luxuries of natural gasWhile walking in the power house in the oil field Cy Cables son had the misfortune to get struck on the hand by a piece of the machinery which severed the fingers from one of his hands The dsmembered fingers were pick ed up and he was taken to a Lex ington hospital by Dr John L Cox of Campton for treatment A nine by the name of Crabtree who claims to be a former citizen of Hazel Green but now of Beatty ville passed through here Saturday with a young mule which he said he bought from the Red Ash coal company at Wilhurst for which ho pnid 00 including a saddle and bridle He claims to hnvo worked for the company about 15 days While crossing Stillwator at John Centers ford about two weeks since Andy Phipps with his wife tad four children iUI1 buggy had a narrow escape from drowning The tide was running very high whichwashed the buggy around and threw the horse on his side With great difficulty Andy succeeded in rescuing his family from the water and finally got the horse nnd buggy to land but not until all the goods in the buggy had been washed away March 15 DOMINGo 1to CANNBL CITY CHAT 0 Blanch Whitmer wat in town shopping Friday J S ORoark is in Cincinnati buying a spring stock of goods We ara wondering where the Poet will next hang out his shin gle Mrs Loe Lumpkins is very ill with pneumonia She is not ex pected to live Dr Whitaker purchased fine mulch cow from Kelly Peyton for n private price Sam Freeze left Sunday forI Louisa where he will visit home folks a few daysIMr Urfer the passenger engi neer is in Louisville to attend the funeral of his sister Joseph Estep of the H G A passed through hero Friday en route to his home at Bloomington Cupid is certainty at YOlk here There will undoubtedly bo five or six mere weddings to report with in the next change of the moon Mrs SnsanLykins moved to the property vacated by Sam Freeze and Charley Byrd now occupies the house vacated by Mrs Lykins March 15 ETHEL It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Bucklens Arnica Salvs cured it sound and well Infallible for skin eruptions eczema salt rheum boils fever sores burns scoldS cuts and piles 25c at all dealers CONSOLATION CHAT 0 Mrs Sarah Taulbee visited S H Elam and family Sunday Ed Cecil and wife spent Sunday at the home of Dave Rose at Mize Oscar Cecil and wife spent Sun day at the home of Billy Pack at Mizo John Harvey moved from the Susan Wells farm to White Oak recentlyLittle Glenn Blankenship who has had a case of pneumonia is up I and going Manford Toliver of Nanny paid Arlie Cecil and wife a pleasant visit Sunday Flave Cecil recently sold a black polo calf to Arlie Cecil The I paid was 8 priceII Tom Lee has 21 Jersey hands ready for the corn crib any old time the door is opened One of Ed Cecils firy young mules got into the sheep pasture and killed a very valuale sheep Floyd and Emma Jackson double cousins were married Fri day Rev Bill Yocum officiating Jim Barnett recently moved from Billy Packs to a cottage on Ed Cecils farm recently vacated by Asa Miller A bright little lad hailing from Murphy fork was a guest at the home of Ed Cecil He says his name is Lovoy Dovoy Bascom Perkins mill has just finished Ed Cecils timber The mill will be moved to Columbus GillaspieB to saw timber recently bought by Bascom Perkins Mort Cecil and family of Murphy fork passed through our vil vaga en route to Gillmore Per haps Mort went to take political lessons from Ciusar Lmdou the favorite circuit clerk March 15 POET MDeafness Cannot be Cured by local application as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only one way to cure denJuess and that Is by constitutional remeillrt Deafness Is cuied by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lin lug ofthe Eustachian tube When this tube lis inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when it iID entirely closed deafness Is the result ami unless the inflammation can be taken nut and this tube restored In its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is troth ing but an inflamed condition nf the mucous surface We will glee One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh th5 cannot he cured by halls Catarrh Cure Send for circular free K J1 CHESKY i Co Toledo O Sold by Druggist 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Carelessness is really laziness under a more polite name MI iA rjr Lyj C INSKO INSPIRATIONS 0 John L Burkhart visited friends on Grassy creek recently Harry Terrill of Breatbitt coun ty visited friends here Saturday and Sunday Shelby Risner the groat cattle man of Nickell was in our section a few days ago buying cattle The prayer meeting whicn is conducted by Rev W H Elam is doing much good for our com mnnity Taylor Shockey of Neola moved ShockeyhasCharlie Roses store lThe following from Magoffin county attended church here InstJSunday Misses Lethn and Mol Ii J fLeonardand Samuel and David Linden y rMrGlenn in Perry county have been visiting friends and relatives in pastMrptce and will probably move to it in the near future March 15 NAT Rheumatism Recipe A wellknown authority on Rheumatism gives the following valuable though simple and harm less prescription which apS5 one can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion ono half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce j Compound Syrup Sar saparilla three ounces Mix by shaking well in a bottle and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime He states that the ingredients can be obtained from any good t prescription pharmacy at small cost and being of vegetable ex traction are harmless to take iii This pleasant mixture if taken regularly for a few days is said to overcome almost any case of Rheumat-ism The pain and swelling if any diminishes with each dose until permanent results are ob 1 tained and without injuring tho stomach While there are many socalled Rheumatism remedieflpatent medicines ect some of which do give relief few really give permanent results and the tij at this time- Inquiry at the drug stores of thineighborhood elicits the in formation that these drugs are harmless and can be bought sepa rately or the druggists here will r mix the prescription for our read t ore if asked to JI MAYTOWN MELANGE 0 Mrs Rebeccn Swnngo will learn for Oklahoma Tuesday Miss Ruth Wills was a guest of Addio and Ethel Neff Sunday Miss Bessie Hobbs was a gnfifc t of Lottie McCiiiire Sunday night t Wm Childers and IJH Muiv phy are attending court at Mttlt terI Ilw Rev John Wilson held prayer service at the home of Preston Gilley Sunday night Prof L C Swango and wife oC your place are guests of Mrs1- M 1 Richie at this timu Misses Grace Chililon and Lila Murphy were guests of their neph ew Stanley Murphy Saturday nightThe following H G A student are spending their vacation with homo folks at and near this place Albert Hylton Luther Claypool Alvin Dav and Katie Swango Mrs S J Adams left for Leb r anon lad Sunday morning where she will make her future home with her sou W P Rico Shi will stop for a short stay with her son John Adams at Lexington t Vo regret very much to give her e up Aunt Zilpha as she is famil iarly known will be much missed by her many friends in this community all of whom esteemed her very highly March 15 UOSK Ii Has a New CornSheller jj- J Taylor Day has just a brand new power corn his already thoroughly instnllmltmill and will shell corn many customers He continue to give the usual premi turns of soda glassware etc aud grind at the usual water mill toll oPo J c A 1 Jttt d 1 rdq M xy cr1I rtecij r J I If 1 0 u Yy 1 4J II r l 3ftHB i RAIi Iosti i SPEHOER COOPER Editor B 1 HAZEL GREEN KY 1f THURSDAY March IS 1909 f WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY i WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JudgeKELLY AttorDes I ft HOLION Clerk Meets third Monday in January first rM Monday In bier third Monday in Iptelut1 toer WOLFE COUNTY COURT t+ G T CENTER Judge r O B STAMPER County Atturney ItnoEiiT L CAKROLL ClerkUMeets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT ve Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesday In October I y MAGISTRATES COURTS District No 1C bL Fallen tnird rldlll+ t In March June aejiteuiocr and Decem ber t District No2Robert Brooks fourth Fri day In February May August and November District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August and November District No il U Legg first Friday In March May August and November District No 6T C Italian second Friday in March June September and December f District No 6Uoy Hurst third Friday InbFebruary 101Angll t and XovemberfDistrict No Helton e day in March June September and De cember District No 8T M Lovelace first Friday in February May Angn t nod No vember rDEMOCRAt IC TICKET WOLFE COUNTYtFor County JudieW B DUFF For County Court Clerkk L CARROLL For Circuit Court ClerkJ C UN DON I For SheriffGEOKGE W SALLM For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTER LITTLEttYiTAULUKE For SurveyorE CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY f For Circuit Judge a2nll District I J B HArfNAIl t For Commonwealths Attorney 32n- llDlstrlctJOHN M WAUGH For County JudgeI C 1 Etta USON For County AttorneyJ1 HANEY For County ClerkJ IL SEBASJ IAN For Superintendent T N BARKER For Circuit ClerkIt M OAKLEY For SherllfII B BROWN For Jal1erlI C COM11S For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN I For CoronerZACII HANEY For Surveyor31 P TURNER BEST WORK AFTER FIFTY Statistics That Will Cheer the Heart of those No Longer Young Indianapolis Star We should like to have the name of the paperwhich we unfortu nately have lostwhich recently printed the following in its ques tions and answers column Percentage and character of I average man does at the livariousperiods of his life accord If the evidence gathered by in vestigators among the Government employes at Washington the per feet percentage being 100 At 20 to 25 years of age 80 per cent 25 to 80 90 per cent 80 to 85 95 per h cent i 85 to 55 100 per cent 55 to 00 00 per cent GO to 05 85 per cent 0570 81 per cent 70 to 75 78 per cent over 75 72 per centI dayBuchand we have no doubt that they are quite accurate Why should they not be when they agree with the conclusions reached by every man over 50 Yetso full is the world It many will be surprised to learn that the man of 50 is within the 11 period of absolute perfection with live years ahead of him before the time of deterioration begins N- oL worker attains his 100 per cent be fore his thirtyfifth year More than this the decline in efficiency after this period has passed is slow At 00 years a man in more than at from 20 to 25 and worth as much as from 25 to 80 At 55 indeed the man does begin to go back but it is only from the perfect standard of his earlier years Such facts as these ought to so ber the youngsters who have oft late years been rather unpleasantly arrogant and aggressiye They t ought also to put heart in thoset c oldsters who have been only toot ready to abandon the field to those who are as we now see unfitat least comparatively to do theI worlds task Msn who havo attained perfection ooght surely to have some confidence in them selves while those who are stillI short of it should be modest inI thinking of their own attainmentsI and respectful in their attitude tot ward their betters While those misguided onea chiefly corporations and churches that draw the socalled dead line away back in h day of a maua infancy should t 4i 5 i 0 0 bo severely dealt with by the Com missioner of Labor But our main purpose now is to- put spirit and courage into those i distressed people who think that they are down and out by the i tune they have reached 40 Thpir mistake is serious Thoir wholo attitude toward themselves and toward life is wrung It is in fllCt1 deplorable Instead of mourning over a supposedly vanished strength they should rejoice and i be glad at their absolute and por fect olliciency In some tiling of course they ore lofuioiit nni mutt strength for exn unpin They cannot chew gum nn vigorouslyH t tho boys or run nH Iiit or us 111Il or throw a baseball across the die mond or row four miles at top In a football game they would cut a rather sorry figure can theyut least they do not wear a little hat on tho buck oftt pln1whilethe serious business of life If the of men is to attain they should look forward to the fiftieth birthday as really tho crown lIft their career Even after elliciency os begins to decline as it does after 55 there is still opportunity for progress in wisdom and virtue at the same time efficiency is about what it was in the early years of lifelSo much for the inspired eta tistics and the interpretation of them That theywill bring joy and encouragement to ninny we sincerely hope Hereafter when a fiftyyearold man is reproached as old or when some one trios to give 1 him a seat in a street car ho may fairly answerIII am not old butL simply perfect and I have figures to prove it 41 Doubtless it is duo ii- to presentday lack of knowledge J af the classics that people have for jotten the precoleut of Cato learn ing Greek at SO a precedent which used to be mightily comforting When Greek comes again into its iis own our minds will no doubt Leii cleared on this subject as on all other isubjectsAbout n Pistol Toting j A reader takes exception to areI I cent article in which packing aI J- gunor toting a pistol if you pleaseis condemned as a habit that fosters homicroes In many parts of the South I writes our correspondent our I women are not sate front attack on the part of criminal negroes there firearms about the IIhouseII tol and a knowledge of how to use ii- it has saved a woman from a fate worse than death III The point is well taken and gets at the crux of a situation which i have been more thoroughly mentionedjlIhe j t possessing a pistol 111when111 1 necessity for its use ns sometimes I happens but the very prevalent habit of carrying revolvers at such j time and under such circumstances I that they are not at all necessary In the majority of cases they are carried rather in the foolish hope that there will be some occasion or excuse for their display or use than because of any real danger which oxistsin a spirit of silly vanity which is nonetheless dangerous beIcause of its silliness When a couple of deluded creatures who share this sensationalism have a falling out over some very trivial t matteras frequently happens their first thought is not to fight it out with their fists but to pul a gun and kill Every village audI town in the South has its quota of youths of this description not as a rule bad boys in any general sense but lacking in a sense of values The village quarrelwhich started over nothing important mud would naturally end in a rough and tumble fight if theI brawlers were not armed fre quently winds up with a fatal shooting simply because thu braw lers happen to have the pistolsI with them The matter mentioned by our correspondent is in a different category altogether Not only is the proper place of the pistol in the homesince its presence there im plies that it is to be used for pur poses of legitimate defense butt the acqu ilion of pistols for such purposes is to be advised insteadI of merely excused Every man should see that there is one in his home and that his wife and daugh ters know how to use it quickly andJ effectively What our correspond ent says about the necessity for their use in this way is unfor tunotelyonly too true in many parts of the South and an effective firearm simple in mechanism should be in every home Don Marquis in Uncle Remuss The Home Magazine for Marc- h10A19i I f O 3EL X wOL 8eeneIGi Kind You have fAlways Bought iiptma t Jd I 141 I Roads vs Rivers If tho money expended by the Status and the Government for the improvement of the waterways wont for the roadways the benefi to the people would be many times groa or Hiv rsfllovonly natural line Persons living along theso line ratty to honefitted to a limited extent hut in numbers they are UB nothing compared with the vas numbers that would be benefittoi rondsI country nf fhi 1 IIIIPIlIi rainy seasons irountnin section of our own Stat thi present time it is almost im possible to get from one place to another The people that need roads the most are the ones that are least able to build thorn We hays a practical illustration of that fact in this county The western and larger part of the county is marked like a checker board with pikes while tho east orn end has but very little of pike mileage And yet the farmers in section have been paying tax for half a century to assist ii building roads in the more favored section What we need and should have is a comprehensive system of road building To do effective work we must have the cooperation of the Government States and the counties Wiucnts ter SunSentinel IInFive Minutes Take your sour stomatihox- maybe you call it Indigestion Dys pepsia Gastritis or Catarrh of Stomach it doesnt matter take your stomach trouble right with you to your Pharmacist andask him to open a 50cent case of Papos Dinpepsin and lot you eat one 22grian Triangule and see if within five minutes there is left any trace of your stomach misery The correct name foryour trouble Food Fermentation food souring i the Digestive organs become weak there is a lack of gastric juice your food is only half digested and you become affected with loss of appetite pressure and fullness after eating vomiting Heartburn griping in bow cis tenderness in the pit of atom nch bad taste in mouth constipation pain in limbs sleeplessness belching of gas biliousness sick headache nervousness dizziness and many other similar symptoms If yr ur appetite is fickle and nothing tempts you or you belch IIS or if you feel bloated after eating or your food lies like a lump of lead on your stomach you make up your mind that at the bottom of all this there is but 0110fnnsoferll1entation of undi gested food Prove to yourself after your next meal that your stomach is as good as any that there is nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin eating what you want without fear of discomfort or miseryAlmost instant relief is waiting for you It 1S merely a matter of how soon you take a little Diapep sin A Newspaper Ad A merchant in one of the large eastern cities says an advertisers magazine composed a circular let ter recently that looked to him like a tradewinner He mailed 20000 copies of it to a select list of names at an expense of 580 The net profit ou the resulting orders was 2780 He showed the letter and the results to an acquaintance in another line of business who persuaded him to print the same letter word for word in a local newspaper The newspa per ad1 cost j124 The profits on the sales directly attributed to it within three days were 90250 with mail orders still coming in at the end of that time What is the moral There are several The most obvious moral is that the newspaper carries business a u nouncements at a much cheaper cerI tainty of effective delivery than Uncle Sam Fairs in Kentucky- So far as we can learn the fairs sched uled for Kentucky during the present year are as follows- Georgetown July 27 to 31 Henderson July 27 to 31 Madisonville August 3 to 7 Danville August t to 7 BLUE GRASS FAIR Lexington August 9 to 14 Uniontown Angust 10 to 14 HorrodKburg August 12 to 14 Hrodhend August 17 to 20 Harboursville August 18 to 20 hepucrdsville Angust 18 to 20 Tompkinsville September 1 to 4 ScottHvllle September 2 to 4 Paris September 7 to 11 Seottsburg September 13 to 17 STATE FAIR Louisville Sept13 to 18 Most of mens troubles are causedI by an imagination too active andI n liver pot active enough 1 1 If you want a fine razor=as good as you can buy for 2oall this at office and got one for 1 We also have a few watches good time keepers that can be had for each Dont wait until supply 1II goneSHERIFFS SALE I Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION B No 1481 directed to me which is sued to me from the Clerk office of tho Wolfe Circuit court and by virtue of nn execution No 1482 directed to toe which Issued from the Clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court tho former in favor of Haynes Henson Shoo Company and the latter Iu favor of Streng Thalheimer and both attains L C Lin don James Stacey and William Smith I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY APRIL 5 1909 between the Noun of 10 oclock n m and 4 oclock p in at the court house door in the town of Campion Wolfe county Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder tho following real III estate or no much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the two debts inter n IIforeII witA certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in the county of Wolfe and IIII5trnightcreak and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at a poplar near the branch a corner of J D Graham thence with his line s 5 e 20 po to a dogwood and two IIIIlIkII w 20 po to a locust s 15 w 26 po to twoSS IItoII locust H 42 w 40 po to a chestnut oak s CO w 20 IM to a hickory s 42 w 10 14 po to two black oak s 85 w 12 po to two chestnut oaks 30 4 to maple i IItoII Gillmore Lacy and Stillwater creeks n 58 w 14 po to a double chestnut oak U 39 w 14 po to a chestnut and chestnut oak n 10 w 12 po to a hickory and black n 20 w 4 12 po to a chestnut n 15 w 14 po tcfa white oak in a low gap n 20 e 23 14 po to two chestnuts n 7 w 20 po to a black oak and chestnut oak n 10 e S 12 po to three lines and a chestnut aka5 e 14 po to a chestnut oak n 5 c 14 po to a chestnut oak n 57 e 13 po to a chestnut oak n 47 e 10 po ton hickory a 20 e 28 po to a black oak n 43 e 20 po to a maple n 64 o 20 po to a rock n 72 e 28 12 po to n chestnut n 52 e 8 po to a 3heftnut oak and poplar s 73e 12 po ton poplar on the end of a point thence straight to the beginning containing 140 acres be the same more or less and Deluding therefrom all the timber on the said tract of land heretofore sold by William Smith to Stella Lindon Levied on as the property of William mlthTerm8Sale will be made on a credit Ix months the purchaser to execute kind with approved security to have the force and effect of a replevin bond Witness my hand this 2nd day of March 1909 J W COX Sheriffof Wolfe County BllarB OpporIuiI I offer for sale my residence consist log of sevenroom cottage good lot and arden and outbuildigs owe of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general re pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur lished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also quipped with power and machinery Will sell all together or separately For further call on or address JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my hop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most easonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse aud will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is espectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE wJ Se HENRY +JackoonI Headquarter Kf BEPBESENT1NO THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants oi Eastern Kentucky and guarantees prices and quality ot goods Hold orders for hi- mDlt 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Jflers his profeetlonal services to the cltl ens of Hazel Green and surrounding coun ry and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adlolning Hazel reen Ba- nkDAY HOUSEH- azel Creen Ky Uri LJU DAY Proprietor Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and lighted by gas throughout and apeciul ac commodations to trarellog men 1t t7cWE WANT YOUR EGGSiii i f 1 DURING MARCH APRIL and MAY WI altip in carload lots and eau pay better priresi tit- i1Ve iln pn tin Inchest prices for nil kinds ufPoult v Van ted if ides Fur Old lnhlitri limas upper Feathers Ginseng find Yellow Runt THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house now y Remember we pay CASH for ovorvthing wo buy HEINRICH TOOHEYP- ost Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA Imo f q Si f rT= O JV = = ijjI J11- ii COUNTYt1 14MORGAN ii NATIONAL BANKS ri 1 OF CANNEL CITY KY + f ffi CAPITAL 2500000 t sjI SURPLUS 5OOOOO fe UNDIVIDED PROFITS 2 0 666nn AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY f1 tvii s J YOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED IhiMj L CONLEY President JOE C o STAMPER Vice Pres OUSTER JONES Cashieraa I J IL = =O v = ==OilirVi1f 4V y wWt THE PEOPLE OP HAZEL GREEN and the surrounding county are very cordially invited to call andexamine our new stock of fall and winter goods which for cash will be sold lower than ever before PRINTS OF ALL KINDS 5 cents per yard DRESS GOODS from 16 cents to 100 a yard a Our Shoes are the best to be had So bring your money and see what you can buy at CECIL BROS i Money to Burn If you have money to burn C Keep it in the house where it may bo burned lost or stolen but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank i account will give you a better business standing inII the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will bo pleased to see it there before the close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK o Tide winCnUSt8f Banl i N H WINOHIiBTER WITIIERSPOON KYII o Paid Up Cnpitnl t Undivided rrulllR t 11OOOOOO- UnnclHoino i- o l epult of over i i I 830000000o This bank solicits the accounts ol i merchants farmers traders and bus mesa men yenerallytlirougbout East and offers Its custom itermsii banking loct2ly M FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREESEverything ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON KY Write for Free Catalogil Wo Bu- yFURS Hldos and WoolrsFcathen Tallow Beeswax Gttucnr Golden SeallYdJowRool Mar Apple Wild Ctnccr etc We ate desui nullified in 1856 Over Life century i- nlaunri1and can dotetter for you duo agent or coouusuoa merchant Reference any Dink in Louirvilfc Write for wally price lilt tnd apprguge Mi Sabol Sons mtMarket St lOUISVILlE KY t letefiaM ITHINKING OF MOVING WEST iI III not then make up your mind and write me for descriptive list of tunas in Missourir producthe e the Min at prices ranging from 15 to 40I uu acre nnu come where lite in made toler able lby easy punfitrble larmlug Why 8reat and fret llle away In the vain effort to eke out a mere miserable sustenance from theii I rock rlbbed rootlnced hillsides ai your father und fathers father did when there is j much good land to be hud yet awhile for Isomere song Get out of the ruts break from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose lo the grindstone All it takes Is resolution and u little nerve Write me and let me help you to a better condition s IIs NI PHIPPS Chaniite Kans- asKILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS t WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR aEeaOLDS t AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG mOUBLE- SGUARANTEEDSATIBFAorOBY OR MONEY REFUNDED SWEET CLOVERtI IThe best fertilizing hay grazing pleat known 5 I NO FAKE i For seed or descriptive circular address J T MARDISMFALMOUTH KY t Reference Fcudletoii Bank Falmoutlu r I t I yl J JP fi t cw r J n 1 II X 1 f f t 1 i f j1 hr h5dI ri If d t J Alcohol j not needed Ayers Sarsaparilla is not a strong drink As now made there is not a drop of alcohol in it It is a nonalcoholic tonic and alterative Ask your own doctor about your taking this Impurebevery time He knows publish our formulu W binlih alcohol Aw r from our mtdlointi I O Wu i you to J eoniultyour doctor Ask your doctor What is the first great rule of health Nine doctors out often will quickly reply II Keep the bowels regular Then ask him another ques AyersPillsU do by the J C Aytr Co Lowell Mass 0 THE HERALD Born to tho wife of Alex Duff nee MollioOney Friday March 12 a boy C F Knsh Doc is confined to his bed with something like pneumonia fever and has been quite e ill Miss Arty Dye will leave in a fow days for Bowling Green where she BueilnessJohn Will Taulbee and family of Daysboro are this week visiting his daughter Mrs Alex Cundiff of Campton Junction Miss Kate Gault Miller of Louisville is visiting her sister Miss Florence Miller one of the faculty ot the academy John Craven and familywho were all on the sick list last week are now able to be up and about though out entirely well If you have any saddles or hare ness that need repairing take them to S F Reynolds and see how rJneatly nod cheaply ho can do tho job Robt Cecil and wife returned Saturday evening from Cincinnati and Cecil Bros will next week give notice of the stuck of goods just laid in- Heury Pieratt president of the Hazel Green Bank who lives at Richmond has been here for a week past attending to private business matters ONIONS WANTEDAny farmer having a bushel or two of good sound onions to dispose of can find a ready buyer by calling at THE HERALD office The wife ot durt Wilson of Ne ola who for six weeks has had puerperal peritonitis is improving nicely under the treatment of Dr G M Center cud Dr Wise of Leo City Tim types made us say last week that Sam East bought tho Cord property for 500 when it should have read 1500 But mistakes will occur in the best regulated families Miss Mattie Rose daughter of our friend and folluwcitizen Hon Joseph P Ruse has boon quite sick for somes time with lagrippe find malaria Dr A C Nickell is attending her Ed Cecil and Hon J P Rose tvo of our most progressive farm ers have just introduced combin ed corn and fertilizer planters i that is a corn planter with fertili zer attachment We inadvertently failed to mention in our lust issue that Sam H Patton of Breathitt county had nominated by the Republican 4Been committee at West Lib I arty as the candidate for State Sent ator from thus district GreenlAcademy opened Tuesday morning under very favorable auspices 1 Indeed the prospect is very flatter lug and if interest is maintained i throughout the torm us it now develops it will bo a big school by Jhe end of the term Death of Aunt Martha Mann The many friends of Aunt Mar tha Mann wifeof Mereridth Mann of Dan will regret to learn that her beautiful and solfsacrificin life of 00 years with us is ended God needs her more in realms be yond On Tuesday March 2 af ter a few hours of suffering from muscular rheumatism the palm reached her heart instant loath being tho result The remains were placed in the homo cemetery Wednesday She had boon a mem ber of the Christian church for 8f years and her goodness and purity were widely known for she was everybodys Aunt Martha She was never more happy than when sacrificing herself for tho comfort and happiness of others Sht loaves a husband eight children and a host of other friends and relatives upon whose souls will ever be engraved tho image of that sweet smiling face and who real ize that when they too are called to servo on high It will bo sweet to know there is an eye will mark their coming and look brighter when they t u comeHenryCecil Married at the residence of the brides parents Frank Cecil and wife on Grassy creek Morgan county Wednesday night March 10 Miss Lillie Cecil and Albert Henry of Tuttle Okla The bride is known as one of the most lovely girls in the mountains of Kentucky and the groom is the owner ot two tonsorial parlors in the thriving town where ho lives TIlE HERALD wishes the happy young couple all the joys that fall to the lot of mortals and no jars to mar their hap piness Comes Back Afflicted Sam Wilson a son of Rev John Wilson who married Miss Lizzie Center sister of Dr G M Center and has been living in Albuquer que N M moved here Friday lost and is visiting relatives Some two months ago he lost the use of his right hand the cause of which as diagnosed by physicians there was a case of neuritis abcess which continues to discharge pus Ho is practically disabled and thought it better to be among rel atives than with strangers Obstetrical Cases Dr G M Center reports the fol lowing births To the wifof Monroe Spencer March 11 a boy ito the wife of Jerry Brewer of Trent March 14 a boy i to the wife of Miles Fallen of Daysboro March 15 a boy In addition to the above he had eight or ten cases in January and February Fee 5 from now on unless unusual time or distance it may be more Come to my house and set me Dont ask in town Taken to the Childrens Home Three of Caroline Edwards chil dren were taken to the Childrens Home at Louisville Judge G T Center was here last week and had Dr A C Nickell examine them and make out certificates showing that they were not diseased and since that time they have been fix lug them up for the trip It is a good place for them ad Mrs Ed wards was not able to provide for them For SaleFarm of 100 acres 7 5 acres bottom laud all timber nec essary for farm use good 0 room dwelling and all out buildings barn 00x82 Located on State road 8 miles N W of Hazel Green in a good neighborhood school church and store at the door Fencing in good repair Terms Half cash and balance on time to suit purchaser 8500 will buy it Address Spencer Cooper Hazel Green or F P Clark Toll vor Ky for further particulars At the meeting of the Republi can Judicial district committee held at Beattyvillo last week Judge tIJ P Adams and Kelly Kash were declared the Republican nominees I for Circuit Judge and Common wealths Attorney respectively There were no other candidates and the primary election called for March 21 was declared off i t TRENT TOPICS o George Pennington wns a guest of his father Dave Pennington SundayMrs Mititm Bnasloy and Nannie Barkor were gueets of Mrs Ellen Pennington Sunday Mien Maggio Brown of Bothol huts boon staying with Joe Brown fr the past two weeks Mrs Gouova Brown accompanied by her son Charlie went to Hazel Green Saturday David Pennington Mrs Mollie Brown and Rebecca Edwards are on the sick list at this writing Married at the residence of the brides father Bill Brewer March 12 Nannie and Jeff Brewer J D Edwards officiating Miss Nannie Darker Robert Sal ly and Fred Stamoer were enter tained at the home of Miss Maudie Campbell Sunday afternoon with flue music March 15 MOONSHINE Sand Large numbers of people have brilliant qualities i they know a great deal are well educated but they lack sand staying power They cant stand by a proposition and see it through thick and thin to the end They lack that bull dog grit which bahgs on until they triumph or die They lack the clinging ability that never lets go no matter whatcomes They work wellwhen things go smoothly they are fairwot ther sailors but are terrified in a storm paralyzed in an emergency Staying power is the final test of ability Any ordinary merchant can do business in pros porous times whon everybody has money but it takes a great mer chant to steer a big business through hard times through pan ics with short capital It takes a man with staying qualities with a cool clearbead to guide u busi ness through great commercial crisis Success Magazine Fire tit Noahs Ark Smoke was seen issuing from Noahs Ark about 880 oclock yes terday afternoon and the alarm of fire was sounded People immedi ately began flocking to the scene and a bucket brigade was hastily organized which heroically wont to work and in a short time had the flames subdued The house was occupied by the Widow Sparks who saved all her belongings The house is owned by J Taylor Day Defective flue supposed to be the causeMrs I June Jett of Jackson whoI was visiting her father Wm on Frozen creek Sunday last while standing in front of a grate fire got her clothing ignited and before as sistance reached her she was so badly burned that her recovery extremely doubtful Carrie ISI will be remembered as a at the academy here a few years since and her many friends deeply I deplore the sad accident Miss Falay Long returned Sat urday from Cincinnati where she had been buying her spring stuck of millinery notions ladies fur nishing goods ready wade suits andskirts net waists etc which is suitably for the mosty tasty Look out for ad and opening an nouncement next week J F Heiurich the enterprising poultry merchant of Hokchawa has our thanks for a flue mess of rooster and drake fries a dish fit for a king Indeed it is a dish any epicure might be proud of and shows that Mr Hetuich himself knows what is good John Ward and John 11 Rose left Sunda for Mt Sterling via Holechnwn The former goes to investigate his chances of securing insurance on his dwelling recently burned and the latter to attend the stock market Troy Jordan and Larkin Sparks contemplate contracting with a bluegrass farmer to raise tobacco this year and are trying to rent a house for each familof three people A man named Dunn was regis tered at the Day House Monday and the fact develops that he is an agent of tho Weber Wagon Co for phom he is collecting r I KENTUCKY KERNELS II i ntStanII I StnnI to freight cars and rubbing them I Fire last week destroyed the slop drier at tho 0 F 0 distillery in Frankfort I Taws about 10000 with 9000 insur unceAs the result of a quarrel over a genie of checkers nt Skill mUll in Ibuaek county Olareuce Ray was killed by if I ConeyPinkeye a disease much ilrprli IIII owners of hares has become epidemic in Newport It in said that over 100 horses in the city ore affected As a result of n dispute at Rosevlllp III Barren county over the burning ofa thbllIlIrairntnntlv Lightning Ilast week set fire to the barn of J T illdley near Cerulean In Trigg county and thirteen head of cat tit seven mules ten tons of hay and liiO i bushels of corn were burned The highest price every realized for mules in Kentucky was pull Rod War field of Sonora when ho sold to Lex inuton dealers twenty mules for 225 eachor S4 OO for the bunch A check for 14 000 was last week received by M1 T McEldowney from the postuflice dep rtnient at Washington D C in payment for rite of the new goy ernment building soon to be erected in Winchester Hull nun hiiHines was practically at a stuiiilsiill in Kentucky during the past year according to the annual report of the state railroad commission No im provements were made during the pat I twelve mouths Lnst wokl Judge1 feorgo Mr Pivid of Coyingtoii nil behalf of the gov 1son merit paid to H Cliiy McKee Rt Sons of Mt Sterling a check for IfIJ for In1 IrplrlyIIn which the new govern i meit building is to lie erected The jrrnnd jury of Hnrilin county re turned two indictments against T lllce Ieiik former cashier of the Noun B lIk- ing Co of Xolln One of the indict meats is fur forgery end the other for obtaining money under false pretenses Last fall the Ohio river was so shallow I thlII I the river that it is encroaching on some of the railroads making tiavel by rail dangerous on account of washouts and landslides Tames Hood who was under General I Glisters command until a day before helrlICity and Stanford the other night Two men have been arrested and charged with the crime Andrew Ftrougbton and Charles Major were last week indicted by the Joyle county grand jury for the murder of Mrs Aunie Major the young wife of Charles Major and a sisterI of Urolith ton at a family reunion tart CluNtrms Both men were held without hail Roll of Honor Ilhe following parties have paid their subscription since our last report Itollie Cecil Grassy Creel Mrs WT terry Mt Sterling Josie Wiion lulltr Ok la- The Sandy Hook Fair Sandy Hook Kmma Trimble Hazel Green Susie Long Hiram Ohio F U Ely Gillmore- Hosco SiMtkelfnrd Hazel Green Clitliird McLull Murphy1 Junes M lFaulkner Hazel 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Green anti vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of IIAnnolll1lr Ij S ES GENTS IInnd Fine Clothing Hats Caps EtcII that their general line embraces fine Dress Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etcjj to which they invite inspection NOTICEPllBLIC101E reasons best known to myself I Itwill dose out my entire Stockof General Merchandise at Cost and a ureat many articles far below The stock amounts to 7OOor 8000 consisting of Dry Goods Gents Clothing Boot Shoes Hats Caps Groceries Hardware Queens f ware Tinware Drugs Paints Oils In fact the completed and hest line of goods tit any Country i Store in Eastern Kentucky To show my good faith in th i 5 above IIIsill quoten few prices 1 7 pounds of Arbucklcs Ariosa Coffee for 1005UO Ibs Arbuckles Hulk Roasted Coffee per podnd 10 8 barrds Extra 0 Siiirar Xo Ii5 per pound6u3 cans 3lb Pie Peaches 26lii i 3 elms 31Ib Pie Pear 26tf3 cans Mb Apple Jelly 25 3 barrels FirelVouf Coal Oil per gallon 15 t 8 pounds Arm and Hammer Brand Soda fur 20 j 2 barrels Best Stick Candy 2 pounds for 155 A complete line of Fancy Dried Fruits Apples Peaches Apricots and all kinds of Fancy andl Staple jmceries nr J cost Nor more titan 100 worth of above to each customer 500 yards of American find Simpson Calicos 4c per yardI All Prints and Best Grades Calicusbe2- J i pieces Outing Cloth hest grades at cost 100 Gents Fine Shirts at 30u each A full and complete line of Ladies mind Gents Furnish ing Goods at cost k 50 pairs I allies Fine Shoes at 90c per pair A full anlltcomplete line of the celebrated Hell Shoes Gents Fur limits jrom U5c to 2 25 each Remember we carry a complete line of Hardware South Bendl Hillside ami Oliver Chilled Plows also all parts anti JJfJ SfCome 1111I1THI stay late nod be sure to get a slice ot these rare bargains i SALE BECINS MARCH 5 1909 Dont askl for Credit on these smiles If goods are hooked r regular prices will be charged Highest prices paid for Country Produce cTOE C ST MPERGRASSY CREEK KY 1 M rvtit jo 1ra A fIIt WT 4 frvw J 7 r r ti I l I ert+ etA A+ S kveeerr r141 j + 4iq L F I L u tI STI I THE VERY 41 Have any of our readers seen are y 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 things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on rt earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father p mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life awherei content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and I f how to regulate and increase the TheCr practical economy rgovernment of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of d questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan f ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatIIAs are our Homes so will be the Community State and NationIA most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being j t The cleanest and best family known to them A AMeekly copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati O t REVOLVING s STAOH4HEAVY 6 wmmroNRE Q OE KALBILU KANSAS CITY MO r t UNION LAWN FENCE I y V rl If I a Y u U Y l Costa yen lltOe proves yen tatio I factory for lawns door yard gar dell We make fencing for lawn door yards Held hoe and poultry Writs for catalog UNION FENCE CO DeKaft 111 Kansas City Mo A BOOK O- FMYSTERY I IS The Veil A SY Mary Harriott Norris 12mo Cloth 3O9 potfes 5150 Order of Your Bookseller or the Publisher RICHARD G BADGER I Publisher Boston Pfcoto rnphy loutou eIrdy AMRRICAU- PnOT40RAtIIY IUchdlc BtMOt pictures month IIfjidiewotntiplctutt oUcUo quMtioM to endIrmple PYrm t uyaumeotwlhtaOarlctfFJtOtf h lIaaaa o CTRiciANjDd MECHANIC I a nigada frr everybody Loam about electricity the coming tdcnietnd how to UM toots Simple prac llcdfuaotplcturn Sara pie copy tree If you name tijj paper tlOOAyea- ral peon Pub Co UjJjqcIoa Mu nm cusmts fiGHT AND- fORMlfS SIIEGE BY DUfTAL BILL FROM TRUE TALES OF THE PLAINS corvjuoni9oeDY imuAii rconr KNTTVt G Id tlbtnI I style andriiiiimiMl ilioui tin der the most liuiv ier dlllI ill II In the winter Among IIIN nbloxt and most daring HiUioimiit nt the time waR General Goorpu A Ouster the dualling cavalry hero of the Army of the Ioio mac His final campaign Is so strikingly remembered thntlt IIs well here to rivi a short dtsiTlptlon of ono nf hl+ thrill InplyI successful liatllps sonictlmci called CuKters Victory of the Wnslil tn General Slierldnn who watt In com mand of the department was himself In the Held These Indians having perpevrated many outrages popular Indignation seconded and demanded active retribution The Indians nut urally In winter drifted southward if possible and Sheridan had made a rendezvous at Camp Supply In Indian Territory a hundred miles south of Fort Dodge Believing that they were in camp In concealment somewhere Sheridan elected to detach Custer aullI his regiment and scud thorn on a scout while he himself would seel In auoth er direction with Camp Supply ns a base On Novat 4 oclock In morning In a snowstorm Custer theI ported himself ready to march with his usual evidenced anxiety to fight On the 2Gtu the Canadian river was reached and Major Elliot was sent a prospecting tour while he clos loaII the river with his Immediate mand The Ice was not strong enough to bear them up so they had to break through It In fording the river After crossing Scout CorbIn brought news that Elliot had struck a trail on the south side of the river This he was sent orders to follow until night anti then to wait for Custer and his men Leaving the wagon train behind him under an escort abandoning some and taking theIr pack train of tunics a hundred rounds of ammunition and commissary stores of one days rations of coffee and hard tack and some forage for his horses he hastened or Troop after troop was relieved at tie front for breaking the road and the horses were pushed to the limit of their condition of safety as the Inv dians If they were In as large a number as believed might ambush Elliot and his men They reached Elliot at D oclock A council was called nnd It was de cided to watt until the moon rose and then to follow the Indian trail The rest did the command some good the saddle girths being loosened nnd the horses given their scanty supply With an able disposition of the seoul li advance Custer led his men and In about an hours ride Little Beaver ap proached and said he smelt fire A halt and Custer and the scouts welt forward crawled up over the ridge I With a cheer the cavalry charoedI tutr a little fire smoldering which theIscout said had been used by guarding the ponies The main camp was ut no great distance Whispered commands were given and Cooks sharpshooters dismounted and Advanced The regiment was divided Into four squadrons Major Elliot wu to go around on the left and get in the rear of the camp Thompson on tin right was to connect with Elliot Captain Myers on tho right nod Thompson on tho left with Custer and four troops In what would be the center Hoping for no discovery by the foe Custer was to gauge the time necessary and give the signal to attack with tho bugle About an hour before dawn Captain jtfyers troop took up the last and nearest position A moment before tho general was about to order tho charts rounded a rifle shot signal was heard from one of the Indian guards In the CSp BO4 posters bugle sounded ir 4at 4seaq n lt- ti t taldv t 11I MVS iMii ojvrei Junin lu from t tflr lidjv I hiding behind theft or hula ilu bank of the little slrentn thntI acted ns a rifle lilt the reds fought In vain Black Kettle hlnwclf was killed besides 103 of his warrior The village was captured tbo pony herds were shot as they could not bi carried awns taking an Lour to kill S7j of them The village and all its ISIIIlcllI of winter provisions In eluding a thousand buffalo robes hun dreds nf pounds of dried meat etc were destroyed Over fiOO pounds of powder and a thousand pounds of lead were at the same time captured Fifty three squaws and children were made prisoners thus entirely destroying Black Kettle Elliot and n party of fourteen who had followed some flying parties were missing having run Into n larger hand of Indians In a large adjoining vlllijp which threatened now to rush on the command and give tit fer tat but Custer rallied every man threw out skirmishing parties and ad I vanccd with his bands and bugles playing and after some sharp fighting the Indians believing that he must have reenforcements nnd seeing Major Hell with an escort coming dashing with a load of niniuunltlon which by ha1jnthey away An unknown number were killed and wounded during the all day fighting A white woman and child wore found In the village who were killed by the Indians for revenge during the opening of the fight Our loss was seven killed and olovcu wounded Owing to the condition of the weath er etc It was necessary to get back to Camp Supply to recuperate which was successfully accomplished That same winter Custer repeated the same trickon a larger village and wiped It from the face of the earth and cap tured Satanta whom he held untilI many white captives were given up In exchange After some rest following the battle of the Washlta a search party was sent out to find trace of Elliot and his men whose remains they found the story being afterward learned from the Indians how catas trophe overcame them Flushed with success In the Black Kettle village Elliot pursued the flying band and ran Into the midst of n big band of braves coming to assist In the fight They were seen an ambush was quickly effected and they were surrounded Their horses were shot down and others dismounted and they stood back to back till nil died gallantly fighting Often the white men had narrow escapes from extermination General George A Forsyths siege on the Arlclc nrpe river la September 18C8 being a famous example General Forsyth was In command ot- a body of about fifty plainsmen env listed as sr outs and camped beside the Arlikarco river a small stream In northwestern Kansas Tho Indians had beta reported as uprising and the expedition was projected for the pur pose of finding out the true state of fflrr It being a season when very Halo valor was In the river the party rniuvfd Its camp to an island In the middle of the stream There their worst fears were early realized for nt 0 oclockl on the morning of Sept 17 1SOS Chief Roman Nose entered the rifer valley with his braves squaws null children and prepared for an attack Itonrtn Nose was a heroic spec m a of the Indian warrior and hILeaded a party of nearly a thousand hostile braves General Forsyth Immediately began making the best preparations he could with a vilely to fortifying his position digging rlfin pits and placing saddles and other available material In a circle around his men There was so little water In the river bed that he knew hand to hind encounters would result from tho Impending attack unless the ndvan tug lust could be repelled be toll they readied the Imperiled sol tiers Indian sharpshooters ranged In hiding along both banks of the Stream began pouring into the Forsyth posi tion a deadly lire at close range The besieged mm crouched In the rifle pits they had dug In the sand their fire arms In readiness awaiting the word lof command Closer came the canal cade of redskins until their fellow sharpshooters were compelled to cease firing for fear of killing their own men Then Forsyth shouted Now stud a crash of musketry rang tromI fifty puns It was apparent that the Indians vcre bent upon riding down their prey anti killing them on the spot The first volley made no change In their Intentions At a second volley they did not waver but when others followed too rapidly to count the rank 1 bean to thin out and at last Roman Kosij went down shot dead from his horso Tho death of their defiant lead er seat constfnutlon Into tho ranks of I hits followers and when they were within n hundred yawls of the minia tutu fort they broke In a panic Inuring the nest two hours the For syth party dug their rifle pits deeper BtreiiKthpne1 their barricades with the bodies of their destroyed horses and protected themselves as best they could against II second attack At 2 oclock I 4 llntelr Ithe Indians Were lignin driven oft and for a third time they returned at 4 oclock to be once more and finally r pulsed The Forsylh parly suffered se verely In nil three of the attacks All their horses and mules had been killed thus cutting off their means of escape Lieutenant Fred Beechcr n nephew of Henry Ward Bcecher the distinguish ed Brooklyn divine and five of lips men had also been killed or mortally wounded and seventeen men Includ ing General Forsyth had been serious ly wounded Practically only seven men out of the original number were unbumci1Ipost was a hundred miles away andI tho situation was Indeed desperate for General Forsytb and his men without food and surrounded by nearly a thou sand Indians The dead horses were cut Into strips for food and a well Inside the circular breastworks wnllIdug for water The defense was ther strengthened as best It could be and ever watchful they passed four days with no sign from the Indians save an occasional shot when a scout Indiscreetly rose to stretch himself On the second day the horse meat I The1l crawled into the buffalo skeleton for rcfuGeII could not bo Intense and sending for help was ab solutely necessary else the command would perish Jack Stilwell a noted scout then a beardless youth In buck skin volunteered to go to Fort Wallace Old Pete Trudeau a frontiers man said he would go with him At midnight the pair crept out from the breastworks and were quickly lost sight of Stilwell decided that the best route to take would be by going directly ashore and over the bluff and not to detour up or down the river or follow the ravines Into the Interior for he judged that the Indians would guard these seemingly less perilous avenues feeling that no one would take a chance of escaping over the duff Crawling on their stomachs and sometimes on their hands and knees three miles were covered before dawn They saw Indians on every hand Tho first stage of their long journey brought them to the top of the divide between the Arlckarce and South Rev publican rivers There they concealed themselves for the day In a washout or head of a draw where the banks had been overgrown with tall grass md sunflowers From over the hill they could hear firing all day which told them that their comrades still held out Text night they crept away across the south fork of the Republican and the morning of the fourth day found them on the prairie at the head of Goose creek Tim Indians seemed to have been left behind and the boy and man decided now to travel also by day This piece of recklessness near ly cost them their lives for about 8 oclock In the morning they saw Indians coming toward them and they dropped Into the grass Fortunately tho Indians had not discovered them but It was necessary to hide quicklyI In looking for a place to conceal themselves on the open plains they discov ered some weeds growing around a buffalo carcass Crawling to their prospective shelter they found that the buffalo had been killed about a year before and that the skeleton was intact with little bits of hide hanging to the ribs In places In a moment they had crawled Into the skeleton with Its almost unbearable stench The tenseness of their situation cou pled with the dangers at hand began to affect Trudeaus mind and he al most broke down completely He wanted to shout shoot his revolver and leap out from their hiding place but Stllwell persuaded him to remain quiet until dark when a refreshing drink of water revived him and they traveled on through the night The next day was foggy and they traveled by daylight without trouble About 11 oclock when almost utterly ex hausted they saw coming out of the haze of tho Denver wagon road two soldiers bearing dispatches Tho coo rlers were on tho way to Colonel Car penters command lying at Lake Sla ter about fifty miles from where Gen eral Forsyth was besieged Spurring their horses they made all haste to Colonel Carpenters camp and hIs force was quickly marched to General porsyths relief waa naarremrs A Simple Remedy 1 Cardui is a purely vegetable 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