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Digital page images are linked to the text file. l rw I fI 1B 4 iri J to 1 J r f 1 r 1 rHE HAZEL GREEN HERALDEstablished March 4 iSBfi Made Famous in the Story ofjJonathan and His Oontlnontby Max ORoli 0 S tCJfOKII Ownarnndlu ldltoI00a Year in Advance ti m = 1 h TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 25 I 10 NUMBER PO Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table iu Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND 0STATIONS 01II I DailyaadlSunday Nob Sunday AMJve IilLvc I AMLvc Jackson 0 10am I 2 20 iIll 70U aw OK Janet li I16 pm 2 ib pot 7Uoam lleattyvu Je 7 OiIun a OlDI 754 um Torrent 7 30 uw a 41 pw 815 um Not Bridge 7Jii uw 3 b0 pw 82u ow- Cawlltoll Ju 7018 uw S 67 pw 828 11- mttllllton 8 15 tuft 4 26 pOI tbI am Clay City II 25 am 132 pOI a02 a- mLEJnncn 9 UUaw 6 07 pm IUU3nn- tWhtcheatcr j 12 IlIU 5 20 pw 1012 aID Lezton ar 9 MaID 0 U5 pw 1U25 um- t EAST BOUND No a IK No4 = lIlATIONB Ballvan- dduu aymI Sunday PM liveAblLyeI 25 pm 0 7 ab am 2 ill pin l0 II 13 am 2 4u imi WlneueaterI20I20 S 20 pm 3 5U pin 40 U2 lUl- lI RU I U 111 ampm H ttautou1j44 4 3U put 9 all pm 4 35 pul i57 hut Bnuge11571 I 43 HID 447 pUl U2 II 56 am 5 10 pui 70 17 amt U5 pm lu Juekbon11I4111 35 am tl lU pm II 20 am CONNECTIONS- L E JuMlloNliiiiiu Nos land will uiiike connection with the C OKy for Mt Sterling UAMITOX JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 5 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky tor Pine itidgu and CamptonU- KATTYVLLE llCTIONlralus No2- will make unuiieutloii at Ucattyvllle Juno with the L uud A hallway for passengers to and front Heattyville- O K JUNcTIONTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with this O fc K Railway for local stations on the O K Hallway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OllAI ICUTT Oeu laBs Agent OHIOo KentunRg Hailwan Time Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND No331x k No21 Dally ez = STATIONS Daily ex SuuJayC r Sunday PM Ann 0 27PM ABB 0 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 35 455 11 Ilelechawa 20 12 19 a 45 19 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 522 MWilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OiK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 t No22 Dally ex STATIONS Daily eJ BttnuaySunday m AM IVEPllLvB7 10 U Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 t 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 u 8 24 13 Hampton 13 X J4 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 2- 5i 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 Nos 21 and 22 will make close connecttoi i at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington aud Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY Superintendent mountain central Rai1Ofl No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600u mooCamptonll a m 200 p in Compton 600 p m No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 80amCampn JunclO 05 am 3tlOpmCampnJunc 4 40pm Tho Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains B F BOLIN- GUNDERTAKER J CAMPTON KY 1s NFOUM3 the citizens of Wolfo and 1 rj the adjoining nouutiex that he curries it a line of Cofllns duskcts Burial Clothes 5S and everything necessary to put away se the dead In decent style J ti DSySpocial caskets 24 ttjl hours notice finest 811Py1ledon II t 01IllIlIllIlId lwckn furnished funerals Alan can fill orders for tombstones c 1r C aOz- ENtarv SEWErr Public i + STILLWATER KY Oflers his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county ind solicits the patronage of execue1Officei tF- Aa r COUNTY NEWS J Local Items ofgeneral interest to majority of our readers especi ally distant friends CONSOLATION CHAT 0 Frank Elam and two of his boys have been doing some clearing for Ed Cecil Ed F Cecil swapped a span of mules to John Brewer for a three yearold filly and 120 Flave Cecil spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Joe Lee Oldfield and family at Mize I notice that Arlie Cecil is in the ring of fence builders He is improving his place from away backThe moving of the big sawmill trom Ed Cecils place to Columbus Gillaspies was awarded to G W Oldfield Sons Hiram Blankenships little boy Bruce one of the triplets is very low with pneumonia and is not expected to live Joe Lee Oldfield of Mize recently bought a tract of land near his place from Clay Murphy Pri vate consideration Mrs Josie Blankenship and son of Holly spent the past week at the bedside of W H Blankenship who is afflicted with lagrippe Flave Cecil took in the Ellis Oldfield moving picture show at the Mize school house Saturday night and reports it a fine enter tainmentThe of Consolation will try his luck with J E Oldfield at farming near Daysboro Such a team as this ought to have corn to burn next fall Widow Sparks and family dis embarked from Noahs Ark at Hazel Green and found dry land in a cottage on Clay Cecils farm The moving occurred Saturday Miss Ethel Cecil has just fin ished beautifying the fence around her home with lime etc using one of Uncle Sams paint brushes The writer attempted to help but was only in the way In answer to Eth61 of Cannel City Poet always hangs out his shingle where there is a chance to catch any news for THE HERALD the ideal paper of the mountains as he is always prying into the world of gossips Willie T Blaukenship made his usual Sunday trip to the beautiful village of Daysboro it being his fortieth consecutive trip without change Some think he is looking for new fields to conquer but he prefers an Oldfield March 22 POET Kills WouldBo Slayer appendicitis Dr Kings New Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently stim ulate stomach liver and bowels preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis curing constipa tion biliousness chills malaria headache and indigestion 25c at all dealers GOSNEYVILLE GOOSEQDILLS 0 The following who are attending school at Berea College are ex pected to return home about the 20th inst James and Rollie Tutt Sam and Edna Shackelford and Bertha Fulks There will be a box supper at Bethel Congregational church Sat urday night March 27 after a sermon by Bro Paul Dertbiok of Jackson The proceeds to be used for repairing the church Rev F Agar of this place will preach at Big Branch church Sun day 28th inst assisted by Bro Paul Derthick of Jackson Mr Derthick will organize a Sunday school in the afternoon at 280 oclock Leroy Buchanan of this place and Miss Leona Wilson of May town wore united in marriage at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs William Wilson on vounKmenweddipg James F Brown Luther Tutt and Nick Center X iJ 9 TO CORRESPONDENTSJlail your items early so they will reach our office morulnJrMondnyIfnot be published miles of unusual im portance Advertise no ones outlines and write on one side of the paper only 1I LACY CREEK LINES 0 Mrs Southey Lacy was called to the bedside of her father near StantonMiss Emma Cox was a guest of Sobron Trimble and family Satur day and Sunday Bro Roberts of Hazel Green will preach at the Johnson school house next Sunday J P Lacy and daughter Miss Oleinma were guests of Aunt Eli za Nickell Sunday 1 CiDsar Linden and wife were familySaturday T C Trimble and Cleveland Rose have just returned from Pri or branch of Stillwater Misses Ella Carrie and Viola Center were guests of Mrs Clayton Center Saturday atd Sunday Mrs Rosa Coldiron and daughter Miss Estella were visiting with Harlun Trimble and wife Mrs Clarence Trimble and little daughters Beulah and Mazey vis MoloneyfromMondayMarch The Lurid Glow of Gloom was seen in the red face hands and body of the little son of H M Adams of Henrietta Pf His aw ful plight from eczema had for five years defied all remedies and baffled the best doctors who said the poisoned blood had effected his lungs and nothing could save him But writes his mother seven bottles of Electric Bitters completely cured him For eruptions Hczema salt rheum sores and all blood disorders and rheumatism Electric Bitters is supreme Only 50c Guaranteed by all dealers STAMPER BRANCH 0G- eorge Brooks visited his moth er on Gillmore from Saturday un til Monday Green Stamper and wife took dinner with James Stamper and family Sunday Tom Stamper bought a horse from Virgil Robinson the other day at a private figure Mrs Green Stamper and Laura Stamper were guests of Fannie Brooks Sunday evening Center Phillips are moving their saw mill on George Stampers farm on Stamper branch John Nick ll was seen going in the direction of Boone Stampers Sunday night Whats up Drew Stamper who has been confined to his bed for some time with pneumonia is able to bo out againLeslie and Charlie Stamper and Stanley Clark were entertained the home of Miss Lillie Stamper Saturday night Miss Lillie Stamper attended church at Laurel last Sunday and reports a good sermon and large congregation t March 22 SPRINGTIME Near Death in Big Pond It was a thrilling experience to Mrs Ida Soper to face death For yeara a severe lung trouble gave me intense suffering she writes andseveral times nearly caused my death All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable Then 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 It works wonders in coughs and colds sore lung hemorrhages lagrippo asthma oroup whooping cough and all bronchial affections 50o and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers if you want a fine rdzoras good as you can buy for 2callthis at office and got one for 1 We also have a few watches good time keepers that can be had for 1 each Dont wait until supply is gone if M JJJJ MAYTOWN MELANGE o Mrs Maggie McNahb wad in town Saturday shopping Little Mary Patrick is confined to her room with a severe cold Mrs Jeff Cox visited her mth er Mrs J Finch severalI days Bert Toliver was interviewing our merchants one day last week Ruth Wills was entertained by her cousin Ella Murphy Monday nightRobert and Wick Childors were guests of their brother John Chil dors at Valeria Saturday- Mr and Mrs R Ai Childers were guests of their daughter Mrs IJH Murphy at dinner Sunday Clinton Spradling of this place was a guest of his aunt Lizzie Bays at Wtst Liberty from Fri day until Sunday The following were guests of J It Little and family Sunday John Neffand family Misses Boruie Spradling Grace Childers Mary Phipps and Lizzie Murphy March 22 ROSE ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT WRITES Married on the 20th inst at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Wm Wilson on Buckcreek Mise Leona Wilson to Roy Buchanan of Gosneyville Rev John Wilson performing the ceremony Married on the 21st inst Mrs Calli Palfrey of Stillwater to Jimmie Wilson of Buck creek Rev John Wilson officiating It Saved Bis Leg All thought Id lose my leg writes J A Swenson Watertown Wis Ten years of eczema that 15 doctors could not cure hud at last laid me up Thou Bucklens Arnica Salvo cured it sound and well1 Infallible for skin eruptions eczema salt rheum bois fever sores burns scales cuts and piles 25c at all dealers NEOLA NUGGETS 0 Mrs N C Day is visiting triends in Mt Sterling J S Williams is loading out two cars of ties Charles Peyton is building a neat little cottage for himself John Patrick of Grassy was doing business in Helochawa Sat urdayN C Day who was in Cincin nati on a business trip hIs return edhomeMiss McClure of Grassy is visiting relatives in this neigh borhoodUncle Bill Davis who has been on the sick list for some time is improvingMr Mrs Charles Peyton were guests of N C Day and wife Sunday night Cudgc Gillmore and family of Camp Christy were guests of Geo McQuinn and wife Friday night Dr Center of Hazel Green pass ed through here en route to Trent fork where he was called profes sionally About 1030 oclock Saturday night an alurm of fire was sounded and it was soon discovered that a house owned by the Frick Mill Co and formerly occupied by Charley Peyton was in a blaze The flames were communicated to a house owuod by F P Wilson and both houses wore burned to the ground As two letters were receivedwe have taken the choice itenu of each and made oneEnT- RENT TOPICS 0 Miss Lillie Stamper was a guest of Mrs Bello Hall Saturday Quite a large crowd attended church at Laurel last Sunday Courtney Barker was a guest of his father J II Barker Sunday Cal CundilY and son Ova are spending the week visiting friends Misses Ida Boasley Dorcas Bar ker and Maudie Campbell were in Hazel Green shopping Monday Misses Stella and Ethel1 Edwards and Marion Centers took dinner with Laura and Stanley Edwards SundayMisses Nannie and Dorcas Bar ker and Maudie Campbell were lastIMarch 22 MOONSHINE STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 S H Garrison of Campton was here Friday Kelly Kash of Jackson was on Stillwater Friday- S H Rose went to Hazel Green Monday returning the same day D B Tyra and James Bush went to Wilhurst Tuesday to finish balI ing hay Andy Phipps loaded up all his carpenter tools last Wednesday and left for home Asocial was given in honor of Lillie Rose at the residence of Eli jah Rose Jr last Saturday night Mrs James Bush informed the writer that Harrison Taokett and Miss Caroline Taylor wore to be married Sunday The county educational board met at Campton last Saturday for the purpose of redistricting the school divisions George Buchanan of Menefee county visited with his uncle neighborhood FridayJohn Tolson Jr who joined the United States Marine corps about three years ag is here on a IJO days furlough His command is stationed at Washington D C Edward Buchanan the profes sional ladies man bought a fine puit of clothes in Hazel Green last Friday and contemplates devoting more time to interviewing the fair sexR C Wells and Carrie Cham bers were married at the home of the brides patents Mr and Mrs W H Chambers on the Buchan an fork last Thursday Rev Jas Rose Sr joined the happy pair Buddy Brew r went to Breathitt county Sunday to bring home his wife who had been there nursing her father William Hatton On his arrival there he found that Mr Hatton was dead and that the remains would be taken to the family graveyard on Holly for in terment Tuesday March 22 DOMINGO Deafness Cannot be Cured by local application as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only one way to cure deafness and that U by constitutionalremedies Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the raucous lin ing ofthe Eustachian tube When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when It Is entirely closed deafness Is the result and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is noth- Ing but an inflamed condition of the mucou surfaceWe will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot he cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circular free V J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation LANDSAW LACONICS 0Miss Zuda Chambers spent her vacation from the H G1 A with home folks Oliver Kash of Campton was visiting his sister Mrs Laura Mc Guire recently Richmond Brewer lot a brood mare on the 22nd just after drop ping a fine colt S H Kash of Hazel Green was here the other day looking after his farming interests The mill belonging to Kash Halsoy lackttt will be moved to the E T Kash farm The little child of Jack Hollon died last week and was buried in the J 1I Cockerham graveyard Born on the 22nd to the wife ot Marion Campbell n girl Mrs Lizzie Miller being the attendant The meetings at Murphy school house conducted by Revs Isaacs Robbins and Yancleavn did much goodWill Smith of near here died on the 22nd of lock of the bowels and will bo buried on Frozen the 23rdMrs Manda Rose wont to Fro zen Saturday to be at the bed side of her father who is suffering with pneumonia Dogs killed and injured ten sheep for R S Rose on the night daysbeforeD B Tyra stopped over here last Saturday en route home from Breathitt where ho had been bal ing hay for Hunt Bros J M Tester attended Squire C M Fallens court at Gillmore last Saturday G B S tam per of Campton was also present Mrs Lizzie Murphy who had been in Hazel Green for sometime under the treatment of Dr G M Center returned home Saturday Misses Winifred Sample and Sadie McGuire of H G A visit ed the families of Robert Cecil J M Swango E T Kash and H B McGuire during vacation U Y verylow fisment of Dr A C Nickell of Hazel Green Died on the 21st William Hat ton who had long been a resident of this section but for the poet year had been living on Frozen pneumonia 4 death Ho leaves a large family and a host of relatives and friends r March 22 ANON Save This Anyway Here is a simple homemado mixture as given by an eminent authority on kidney diseases who makes the statement that it will relieve almost any case of kidney trouble if taken before the stage of Brights disease He states thlltI TVinurinate especially at night pain t ful and discolored urination are readily overcome Here is the cipe Try it reJt I Fluid Extract Dandelion half ounce Compound Kargont I one ounce j Compound Syrup Sar r saparilla 1bedtime three ounces Take n I j I A wellknown druggist here in town is authority that these in iieasilywell in a bottle This mixture haFlia peculiar healing and ing effect upon the entire and Urinary structure and soothIovercomes the worst for Rheumatism ill just a little whilflIJj This mixture is said to blood disorders and cure the Rheutt matism by forcing the Kidneys to 11 filter and strain from the and system all uric acid and decomposed waste matter bIOOllI7cause these afflictions Try you scription arent well Save the a CASTORIAI for Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Slgnatnro S7J 42Jfo+ 0of JiaTCUctA 4 CANNEL CITY CBATIo ti Mrs Susan Lykins contimu 8 very lowiN L Barnhart spent Sunday at HamptonWe glad to report Mrs Let a Lumpkins a convalescent t Custer Jones spent Sunday with home folks at White Oak Virginia Dayof Hazel green is visiting her sister Mrs Everett BachMiss Roxie Daniel of Hazel Green is visiting her sister Mre T Charley Byrd Bro Kanard the Presbyterian minister from Jackson filled the pulpit here Sunday George Rogers sawyer at thu Steinman mill met with the ac ident of a broken leg Forrest Caudilla student of cJ Valparaiso Ind University is i spending a short vacation at hometiRoger Bryan of the firm Bryan Goodwin Hunt after a protracted illness is able to make hia y round again He was noticed in our city Monday March 22 ETHEL t JtBasi J Taylor Day has just installed a brand new power corn sheller to his already thoroughly equippedl mill and will shell corn for his ri 1many customers He will alsot l continue to give the usual promiR1R1 i urns of aoda glassware etc and grind at the usual water mill toll t jtr rI e fi1tr 1cr 4 M + V 7irJyYW71e JF Lt II Z J Fy 1 1 1 i f If THE HERALDc Entered atthe IIfaeel Green Pout oRlceaiieoondclnnimatter SPENCER COOPER t editor I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY March 25 1909 lI WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0JtWOLFEi CIRCUIT COURT Judgey Attorney Ii f1JI R H0LL0NClerk- MeetsV third Monday in January first s Monday lu May third Monday in Sejitem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT O T CENTER Judge G B STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meta first Monday to each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesday In October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No tC M Fallen third Friday in March June rKepteuiocr and Decem herDistrict No2Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and November District No 3S F Allen second Friday in February May August aud November District No 4P R Legg first Friday iu March May August aud November District No bT C llollon second Fri day in March June September cud De cember District No aRoy Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District Do7ii T Helton fourth Fri day in March June September and December r District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and November I DEMOCRATIC TICKET v WOLFE COUNTY For County JudseMV B DUFF For County Court ClerkN L CARROLL For Circuit Court Clerk f C L1NDON For SheriflOEORGE V 8ALLLY For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AssessorJ T CENTER For JatlerJ C iLITTLEo For Co Superintendent J W TAULHEE For Surveyor K of CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY w For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH I For Commonwealths Attorney 32- ndDistrictJ01IN M WAUGH For County JudgeIC FERGUSON For County AttorneyJ P HANEY For H SEBASTIAN x For CountrClerkJ T N DARKEU For Circuit Clerkll M OAKLEY For SherllflI B BROWN For JallerII C COMBS For Assessor WHITKEMPLIN t For Coroner LACK HANEY For SurveyorM P TURNER KENTUCKY NEEDS TEACHERS n State Superintendent Crabbe has Issued the Following List of Examinations for 1909 The recent enactment of tbb State Legislature yhich provides for the establishnTut of one or more County High Schools in each county of the State will increase the existing scarcity of teachers In numerous counties of the State manyof the public schools have been without teachers for two years past and the demand for High School teachers will increase the scarcity There is a splendid field c in Kentucky and a great opportunity for trained teachersM All persons must be examinee and interested parties should write to the County Superintendent of Schools or the Department of Edu cation Teachers in the rural schools are elected on the last Saturday in June July and August j A list of the State exami nations with dates follow Common School Diploma White and Colored May 1416 County Certificate White May 2122County Certificate Colored May 2829County Certificate White June 1819 State Certificate White June 1819LCounty Certificate Colored June 2520 State Certificate Colored June 2520 State Diploma White and Col ored June 80 t County Certificate White July 1017 J+ County Certificate Colored July x t 2824 i i County Superintendent qualifi cation July 8031 1 ire tiCounty Certificate White Au Rust 2021 kI State Certificate White Auk ik gust 2021yf State Diploma White and Col ored August 25 Connty Superintendent qualification encf August 27 t County Certificate White Au gust 2728 StatoC ertificate Colored Au gust 2728 This list covers all the examina tion for the year 1909 Special examination will bo authorized 1Y4+ iJa1 N fa + oIAi Kentucky at the AYP Exposition Seatto March ISThe state of Kentucky evidently realizes that the AlasknYukonPacifio Expos tion to open at Seattle Juno 1 will bo an excellent means of advertising for the governor has ap pointed a commission to arrange for participation nt the Pacific exhibition and the Blue Grass state will be well represented This was encouraging news to thousands of former Kentuckians now residents of Washington Oregon and California who desire to see their native state represented in some mat per ut tho exposition Kentucky is following tho luail of several eastern and iniddlowcHt orn states in this matter and whtm the exposition opens in a couple of months this grand old southern state will be there with flying col ors and will join with the western states in extending a welcome to the world at large on the shores of the Pacific Kentucky will have no need to be ashamed of representation at Seattle for the exposition has long ago been pronounced as one of the most beautiful ever planned and it will be ready a month before the opening date This is a yery safe statement to make since the expo sition as a whole is now more that ninety per cent complete and there still remains two months to add the finishing touches The United States government will have more space at Seattle for exhibits than any exposition held in recent years not excepting the great fairs at St Louis and Chicago The government structures are fast nearing completion and Uncle Sam will have separate buildings in which to house the displays from Alaska Hawaii and the Philipines The main building will show the exhibits from the various depart ments at Washington and other buildings will be used by the gov ernment fisheries and the biograph departmentAmong larger state build ings on the grounds will be the handsome structures erected by Oregon Washington California aud New York Canada has ia magnificent building and the Grand Trunk railroad a dignified lookingstructure near by The auditorium fine arts machinery hall forestry building Artie Broth erhood and the womans buildings are permanent structures to revert to the University of Washington The manufactures mines fisheries foreign palace oriental build ing as well as the group of govern ment buildings form the main picture of the exposition and surround the cascade and geyser basin the main oriental features ot the fair The majority of the buildings were finished three months ago and the structures now in the course of construction will be complete in several weeks The landscaping of the grounds is progressing and every street and walk has been paved with asphalt The amusement street at the ox position is called the Pay Streak und there will be assembled some of the greatest shows in the history of the amusement world The de partment of special events has seaside July 30 as Kentucky Day when it is proposed to have as many native Kentuckians possible assemble on the exposition grounds to do credit to their state Appro priate addresses will be made and a special program carried out The exposition is now so near complete that every building will be finished and every exhibit in place bofoie the opening day aud the exhibition will go down in his tory as the crowning enterprise of the city of Seattle and a credit to the whole Pacific Coast Misery in Stomach Why not start now today and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieter stomach gets blues and grumbles Give it a good oat take Papas Di apepsin to start tho digestive juices working There will be in dyspepsia or belching of Gas 01 eructations of undigested food j no feeling like a lump of lead ilJ the stomach or heartburn sick headache and Dizziness and you food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsm costs only J t cents for a large case at any drug store here and will relievo tin most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in fiyo min UtOH There is nothing else better to take Gas from Stomach and cleaini the stomach and intestines and besides one triangule will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your food the earn as a sound healthy stomach would do it Whoa Diapopsin works your stomach rests gets itself in order cleans up rand thou you feel like eating when you come to tho tableland what you eat will do you good jVbaoJato relief from all Stomach J Misery IS waiting for you as soon as you decide to begin taking Dia pepsin Tell your druggist that you want Papos Diapopsin because you want to bo thoroughly cured of Indigestion To Freahen Bread When a largo quantity of homemade bread has been baked at ono timo some of it if kept long iis unappeIan new by a very simple method I Din the loaf in cold water put iit in a pan in the oven and bake until it is heated through After iit- haR lioiii tnkon uufc wrap tr in a unntpeJth and whorl cold it will bo quite as good as when first bakedIf bread is desired for break fast the above method may bused for reheating Broad muffins and rolls reheated in this way are just as appetizing and are said to be more healthful than freshly baked hot breads Certainly less time and trouble are necessary to serve hot bread by this method than to mix and bake it fresh Farm and Fireside CAMPTON CURRENCY 0 Kelly Kash of Jackson visited his parents hero Thursday Dr A C Nickoll of Hazel Green was in our town Tuesday on business A C Knsh who has been confined to his bed for the last few weeks is improving nicely Miss Sallie Hurst who has been visiting friends at Lexington for some time returned last Thurs day Ely Kash has returned home from Lexington whore he was tak ing a business course in the Smith Business College Misses Nancy and Sarah Sam pie of Hazel Green were visiting their brother Stephen Sample and wife Saturday and Sunday Dr D H Kash one of the lead ing physicians of town will move to Jackson Wednesday where he will continue the practice of med icino Wo are sorry to part with Dr Kash although if he can do better at Jackson thats the place for him March 22 0 K An Inexpensive Trial a big handsome magazineI IJust inches with from forty to sixty pages each month Youll j want to read every hue too in each issue because they are full of human interest You have sentiment in your choice of this Maga zine also because it was founded by Joel Chandler Harris and will be kept clean sweet and whole some always Julian Harris eldest son of Joel Chandler Harris is editor and you will like the snap and ginger of the Magazine and its features unlike any other A widely ap pealing Magazine from every view point abounding in the best of ev- erythiugstories articles illus trations home department fash ions poems wit and humor comprehensive science and powerful editorialsThink of this most liberal of of fers we are authorized to make Write to Uncle Remuss The Home Magazine Atlanta G a saying you saw the offer in this paper to send their Magazine three mouths on trial If at the end of three months you do not want it longer you pay nothing and the publication is stopped j but if satisfied you send them 100 paying for the Magazine raeeivedand for nine months more When you are ready to pay they have some splendid premiums with dollar subscriptions Address now Uncle Remuss The Home Magazine Atlanta Ga INSKO INSPIRATIONS 0 John Bailey was at Caney last I SundayDave Rudd of Edna was here a few days ago on business- J L Burkhart was at West Lib erty Monday on business F P Bailey made a business trip to Blackwater last Friday H P Davis sold a yoke of oxen to Polk Rose of Lee City for 90 W F Lacy sold to James Center of Dale a rattle for a consideration of 50W T Clair and wife of Lee City were visiting friends and relatives at this place recently J H Elam and wife who were visiting relatives at this place for several days left for their home in Perry county Thursday Tho following persons took in the meeting on Grape creek last Saturday and Sunday Misses Em ma Lykins Mary and Lila Elam Rev Hoary Elam and wife and Audrew Crase March 22 NAT 1 I Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OferWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are reo sponsible for much sickness end suffering kldnLac trouble is permitted I j to jIM continue serious re V suits arc most likely to follow Your other organs need attentions I but your kid- neysI most because IIndIyour kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty If you are sick or feel badly bcgln remedyKiinrers Dr convince you of its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized 1 It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress lUg cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and onedol mar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mail free also a rtomemprtahow or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mis SwampRootsomething in place of Swamp Rootif- you do you will be disappoi- ntedSHERIFFS SALE BY VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION H81 directed to me which iIs- sued to me from the Clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court and by virtue of an execution No 1482 directed to me which issued from the Clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court the former in favor of Haynes Henson Shoe Company and the latter in favor of Stren Thalheimer and both aeainst J C Lin don James Stacey and William Smith Ii or one of my deputies will on MONDAY APRIL 5 1909 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 4 oclock p m at the court house door in the town of Campton Wolfe county Kentucky expose to publicsale to the highest bidder the following real estate or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the two debts inter est and costs of the plaintiffs hereinbe fore named in the said two actions to witA certain tract or parcel of land lying tad being III the county of Wolfe and state of Kentucky and on the waters of Straight creek a trbutary of Gillmore creak and bounded aa follows towit 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 chestnut oaks a 9 w 8 po to a chestnut oak s 42 e 14 po to three chestnuts s 4 w 20 po to a locust s 15 w 26 po to two chestnuts Lindons corner s 67 w 8 po to two sourwoods n 75 w 20 14 po to a locust s 42 w 40 po to a chestnut oak s 60 w 20 po toa hickory s 42 w 10 14 po to two black oak s 85 w 12 po to two chestnut oaks 8 30 w 4 po to n maple Is 22 w 16 po to a chestnut oak B 32 w 8 po to four black oaks on a knob between Gillmore Lacy and Stillwater creeks n 58 w 14 po to a double chestnut oak n 39 w 14 po to a chestnut and chestnut oak n 10 w 12 po to a hickory and black n120 w 4 12 po to a chestnut n 15 w 14 po to a 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 s t e 8t 12 po to three linns and a chestnut oak n 5 e 14 po to a chestnut oak n 5 ce 14 po to a chestnut oak n 67 e a chestnut oak n 47 e 10 po to a hickory n 20 e 28 po to a black oak n 43 e 20 po to a maple n 64 e 26 po to a rock n 72 e 28 12 po to n chestnut n 52 e 8 po toa chestnut oak and poplar s 78e 12 po to a poplar on the end of a point thence straight to the beginning containing 140 acres be the same more or less and excluding therefrom all the timber on byVilliamLevied on aa the property of William mlthTermsSale will be made on a credit nix months the purchaser to execute bond 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 Sheriff of Wolfe County I ale Opporfunig I offer for sale my residence consist ing of sevenroom cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the moat desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being furnished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also equipped with power and machinery Will tell all together or separately For further particulars callI on or address JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky WJ S afiaN lonKY BEPBESENTING THE JOSEPH Ga REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants ot Eastern Kentucky and guarantees prices and quality ot goos Hold orders for him DAY HOUSE Hazel Green Ky Mri LOU DAY Proprietor table fare in Eastern Kentucky A IBetsample room connected Heated and by eas throughout and apecUl ac commodations to traveling men y 4 idrr WE WANT YOUR EGGS DURING MARCH APRIL and MAY We ship in carload lots therefore can pay better prices than othors t We nli pay the highest prices for all kinds of Potiltiy Eggs Beef Hides Old Rubber hnus Cupper Ginseng anti Yellow Root J t THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house now Romomber we pay CASH for everything wo buy HEINRICH TOOHEYP- ost Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA t i r6Ir == = 1 i +i j ItCOUNTYt S KYLEJJ t i CAPITAL 2500000fftt SURPLUS 500000 t J UNDIVIDED PROFITS 205551 II- AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY L LYOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED I 1 rr iMi JOE 0 STAMPER Vice Pres L1CUSTER JONES r Cashierff tCECIL BROS F Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our stock of Spring and Summer Goods is complete t- All tho latest styles in Dress Goode and Linens J CALICOESat 5 Cents a Yard OUR FINE LINE OFii SHOESand OXFORDSare uptodate nnd will astonish you 7 If You Dont See What You Want Call For It Money to Burn r e If you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may be 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 u account will give you a bettor business standing in 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 BANKaa TnOe Winonostof Bank I WINCHESTER KY x N H WITHERSPOON President Paid Up Capital I 810000000 Undivided Iralltn I 11000000 ilancUouio Deposit of over i i I 800000000- j This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus iness men generally throughout East era Kentucky and offers its custom era every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H P HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON K- YIWrite for Free Catalogjrtf We DuyII FURSrHides and Wool Feather Tallow Beeswax Ginseng Golden SeIYdlow Row May Apple Wild Ginger etc We are dealer etuUujwd iu 1836Our half acenUirrla LouiiUoJIdcan do belter lot ycu than agenU tt conunuaon merchants Reference aiy Bank In Louisville Wril let weekly ocflulaadiUpcugUfiI Ma Sabol A Sons 2I111arbt SU LOUISVILLE KY i THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then make up your mind and write i me for descriptive Hit of farms in Missouri productlve J j the inn at prices ranging from 16 to 40 au acre and come where tile is made toler able by easy paofitrble forming Why sweat and fret lIe away in the vain effort to eke out A mere miserable sustenance from the r rockribbed root lneed hillsides as your fa ther and fathers father did when there Is so much good land to be had yet awhile for a mere song Get out of the rutsbreak away from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose to the grindstone All it takes is resolution and a little nerve Write me tfand let me help you to a better condition t- IsI HI PHIPPS Ctaule Kansas a KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COUCHSrBlca Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNOTRDUB- LESGUARANTEEDBATI8FAOTOR OR MONEY BEFUNDED SWEET CLOVER f The best fertilizing hay and grazing plant known NO FAKE For seed or descriptive circular address J T MgRDISnFALMOUTH KY teferencet Pendleton flank Fjdmonti ii- f lr r rf1TWlJ3JV 1 i 1 I f n I 1 4 l j j tl Throat j Coughs Ask your doctor about these throat coughs He will tell you how deceptive they arc A tickling in the throat often means serious trouble ahead Better explain your case careIfully to your doctor and Sy him about your taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral j NI pubrlbur finamUl WI wnlm Utfr- om A our mdloln lJe rIr- I N 11 1 I Who makes the best liver pills The J C Ayer Company of Lowell Miss They have been making Ayers hills for over sixty years If you have the slight ost doubt about using these pills ask your doctor Do as he says always Mid btthe IetnnLwnH = THE HERALDMe- sdames Oscar Fallen and Boone Oldfielde of Daysboro vis ited friends in town Friday Misses Nancy and Sarah Sam + pIe visited their brother Stephen Sample at Campton Sunday and Monday Mrs Charley Sample of May town came up Monday to visit her sister Mattie Rose who is quite ill- Judge G T Center was a guest of C F Kash Sunday night and left Monday morning for Lee City on legal business Sheriff John Will Cox passed through town Monday en route to Lee City to serve some papers on a writ ot delivery S F Reynolds has moved his saddle and harness shop frpm the Day property to the room next to Kash Johnson Kash CAa3TORt1slB0- t7ue The KM Yon Haw Always Bought Blgutu dof tG JJimCombs of Lacy creek has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a fine mess of fresh mountain oysters Jolly John Murphy of Murphy fork has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths for a fine mess of pork sweetbreads Joe Lee Wilson has rented his farm on Red river near Amyx school house and rented a farm from Ellis Johnson on Lacy creek Miss Katie Galt Miller of LouIs- ville who has been visiting her sister Miss Florence of H G A faculty left for her home Friday If you have any saddles or harness that need repairing take them to S F Reynolds and see bow neatly and cheaply he can do the jobMissRoxie Daniel accompanied i i by her aunt Mrs Lucy McGuire left for Morehead Friday for an extended visit with her grandfa ther Miss Lou Ward returnod Mon day from Louisville where she had been to place the three Ed wards children in the orphans homeDr A C Niokell left for Win Chester Tuesday accompanied by Mrs Boone Oldfiolds whom he takes there for a medical exami nation ONIONS WANTED Any farmer having a bushel or two of good sound onions to dispose ofcan find a ready buyer by calling at THE HERALD office Curt Rose representing Watts Ritter Co Huntington W Va with his wife and child of i Jackson visited his parents here the first of the week- S Charley Rose the hustling stock 1 trader was so indisposed the first of the week that a 100 yoke of rt interrt P For SaleTwo of the Pieratt 1 cottages f6pjpasthnnJ the lumber and lot can blbonsht One nbro in each lot rooms in each jiQBW Apply at this coca 1 dJ t wo 7 Oot a Ductl Some of our citizens were fishing iu Red river Thursday last including Mesdames Emma Evans qnd Ada Kash The editor of this paper stepped upon the edge of the bank where the high water had washed under and in he went up to his arm pits Ho had noth ing to hold to his back being to wards the bank and as he could not touch bottom he was in aII precarious position to say the least when the ladies named rush ed to his assistance and heroically rescued him at imminent peril to theirown personal safety When hf shot in feet foremost Mrs Kash who was within 20or 30 feet was the first to scream She caught him by one shoulder and Mrs Evans by the other and pulling manfully or wbmanfully they pulled him out Persons nearby heard Mrs Kaah say Pull Emma pull and Mrs Evans replied I am pulling as hard as ever I can but I have no place to brace myself and he is awfully heavy 151 pounds While it was fun for the ladies they were soared all the same and as the rescue was at their own risk wo insist that they should bo awarded a Carnegie medal as they already have our sincere thanks Temperance Rally As the Sunday schools have their regular quarterly temperance lesson for study next Sunday the officers and teachers of the M E Sunday school want to especially introduce the Meson with tho fol lowingPROGRAM Song Seryine Our KingSchool8c- tipture Reading and PrayerJ P Ruse I The Crises and Comments io Superintendent Appeal for Temperance Charles geale Saved on the lirlDkMolly Swango SoTo Throw Out the Life Line Familiar Quotations Nancy Sample ThOMau Behind the Vote iIi Elmer Barker Song When the Chrlntian Shall Vote as They PrayschoolST- UDY OF TilE LESSON A cordial invitation is extended to all to be present i Cud oi Thanks The Lady Macabees of our town of which my beloved wife was a devoted member met at my residence Saturday afternoon last and did some much needed sewing for my motherless children for which they have the thanks of my chil dren and myself individually and collectively Through THE HERALD I wish to assure the ladies composing the party that I shall ever hold them in grateful re membrance and if possible at any time in some way prov my faith by reciprocating the kindness ELLIS JOHNSON AND CHILDREN A Falsehood Nailed In contradiction of the rumor that Hazel Green Academy has gone under we hear from authentic sources that by actual count there are twentytwo more students in actual attendance than ever before at this time of year With this fact in view it is bard to tell what the motive for circulating such an uncalled for statement could have been Anyhow every friend of the school can say on authority of THE HERALD that the statement is ab solutely false to use no more strenuous term Will Sue Wolfe County W B Culbertson the gentleman who was crippled in the Spradling bridge disaster a year ago has brought suit against the county of Wolfe for 8000 dam ages Since the accident he has been disabled and is now only able to get around on his crutch and cane The only question in the case is whether or not the bridge had been properly condemned with due notice of the fact From evi dence adduced so far it seems that Mr Culbertson has a case ourIscripts MUST reach this office not later than Monday evening and that all communications for pub lication should be addressed THE HERALD Hazel Green KVand not to oy individual sloe thor stay bo orerlooied I 4 if PINE BLUFF HE 0Mrs John Ratliff is on the sick listMrs John E Henry is still con fined to her room Miss Ada Henry was visiting at Pine Bluff Sunday Walter M Henry was in this section ono day recently Farming seems to bo tho order of the day jp this section Joss C henry made a business trip to Cannel City Monday Timber men have had some fine tides to get their timber off Mrs Wm Patrick of Netty is visiting relatives at Pine Bluff Everett Ratliff was the guest of Miss Alice Henry at Pine Bluff Dan McKinsey a timber man was in this neighborhood recently Jose C henry who has been laid up with rheumatism is able to be out again Vance Arnett a pipe line man passed through this section one day last week J D Yocum and wife were vis iting with James R Henry and family Sunday night Mrs Nannie Cox and son Jacob Oldham and Miss Fannie Henry spent Monday evening with Mrs John Cox March 22 UNCLE ZIP Kentucky Arbor and Bird Day 1909 is the title of one of the handsomest apd most interesting pamphlets soot out by any of the state departments It is compiled by Mrs J G Crabbe wife of State Superintendent Crabbe and replete with useful and interest ing information for both teachers and pupils in the public schools We hereby aofcnowhidge receipt of one through courtesy of State Supi erinteudent Crabbo Some person or persons have circulated report that the Hazel Green Academy faculty has been dismissed all the scholars gone home and the principal resigned It is impossible to tell who started this slander or the object in doing so But there is no foundation in fact for it as the school is now in a more prosperous condition than it ever was before at this time of the year Friday night last at West Lib erty Mrs Lu Dyer was robbedof the sum of 18 Two young men one of them her own son called Cudgel Dyer and Leroy Peyton a son as we hear it of exJailer Pey ton are accused of the crime and as we have learned they have dis appeared things look suspicious against them The HazelGreen Ball Team need some money io buy bats balls etc and every business man in town should contribute something It is indeed a blind man who can not see that a good ball team brings money to the town Strang ers come to see the game and sev en out of ten will spend some money Married Thursday of lastweek at the residence of the brides parents Supt W H Chambers and wife on Stillwator Roscoe Wells and Miss Carrie Chambers Mr Wells is a merchant there and Miss Carrie was until recently a student at the academy here J F Heinrich the enterprising poultry merchant at Heleohawa has again placed us under obliga tions to him for a bountiful mess of those delightful rooster sweet breads for which he has the thanks of the editor and his better seveneighths Crockett Rose who recently mar ried Miss Maud Hurst has recent ly embarked in housekeeping on the Miles Wilson farm on Lacy creek the property of his father Jeff M Rose The young folks of the neighborhood gave them a pounding Miss Fala Long the milliner is in receipt of a large part of her notions dress skirts and a lot of underwear Her millinery prop erty has not yet arrived but for all that she has done a large busi ness in the past few days Read Cecil Bros new Spring ad in another column then call ou them and see how cheap thy aro aolling I t I t KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Governor Wlllson has declared him self as against statewide prohibition and pays he will not call an extraordinary session of the legislature to take action The little fiveyearold son of Ira Berry living in Mason county while run ning across the dooryard tripped and fell breaking his neck and tilling him instantlytt Mrs Margaret Lawrence aged 80 years was burned to death at her home in Boyle county last Friday Tier eight yearold grandson was badly liiirnfd in trying to save her The Court of Appeals has affirmed the 10000 fine assessed by the Franklin Circuit court against the Indian Refin ery company of Georgetown for pol luting the waters of Elkhart creek with refuse from their refining plant Night riders are again beginning their dastardly work in the tobacco districts In Nicholas county they are sowing grass seed and wheat in the tobacco beds and in Caldwell and Christian counties the same state of affairs Is said to exist Great excitement was caused at a revival in the Methodist church in Brod head recently when Mrs Elizabeth Sowdere an invalid who bad not walked for thirty years jumped from her inva lid chair during a sermon and walked acres the room She was overjoyedat her sudden recovery The Union station at the foot of Seventh street in Louisville need by five railroads entering that city was destroyed by fire last Thursday entailing a loss of 400000 It is probably that Louis ville will now have one large union sta tion for all passenger trains if the work of the Commercial club amounts to any thing Mrs Josephine Hnzelrigf widow of John T Hazelrlgg died at the home of her sou Clarence Hazel lipg at Clay City Thursday last as the result of in juries puslained in an accident about two weeks ago Her remains were taken to Mt Starling Saturday and placed beside those of her husband iu Mach pelab cemetery State aid in building oond roads in Kentucky was the rally Ing cry at a meet ing of the board of directors of the Ken tucky Good Roads association recently held In Louisville To secure state aid the association will labor for the success of the Bosworth Wyatt goad road amend ment to the constitution which will be before the voters of the state at the next November election While engaged in chopping down aII tree in Pendleton county William Gil len miscalculated his efforts to stand from under and was struck by the fallII ing tree fracturing his skull A tre phining operation was necessary and two large pieces of bone were taken out He was alone at the time of the accident and walked home It is thought that heI will get wellII Curt Jett who is serving a life term ID the penitentiary for the killing of James B Marcum and who says he has been converted to Christianity has made an exemplary prisoner and is said to be one of the best biblical scholars in the prison Jett has written a story of his conversion In which he says God has pardoned him and thinks that Governor Willson shnuid do likewiseIAsbury College at Wilmore one of the largest Holiness schools in the Uni ted States was destroyed by fire lastI week The tire started from a defective flue in the music hall which is a frame building and spread quickly to the ad ministration bnililing which was a largeI brick building and both were complete ly destroyed Loss about 40000 with 22000 insurance Two ladies of Winchester have each a bottle of wine in their possession that is nearly two hundred years old This wine has been handed down from gene raton to generation with the request that the seals of the bottles be not broken Naturally this wine is a prized posses sion and the only reason the ladies have for withholding their names from pub lication is the fear that some old toper will rob them of their cherished treas ure Winchester Democrat Fairs in Kentucky So fur as wo 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 Madison ville August 3 to 7 Danville August i to 7 BLUE GRASS FAIR Lexington August 9 to 14 Uniontown August 10 to 14 Harrodxburg August 12 to 14 Brodhead August 17 to 20 Barboursville August 18 to 20 Shepherdsville August 18 to 20 Tompkinsville September 1 to 4- Scottnville September 2 to 4 Paris September 7 to 11 Scottaburg September 13 to 17 SUfi PAIR LoiiiTflle SojtU to 18 t L h Jt Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borno tho signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy 1 I Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trine with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTQRIACas- torla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pareg- orIc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Eood regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend t GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ri riifa A Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC eCNTAUH COMPANY TT MUIIIIAT CTIICCT NCW ORRertr KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of HnzdJ Green and vicinity that they have justtreceived magnificent line of Tf LADIES SHt ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc j jand that their general line embraces fineDress Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etcIi to which they invite InpeCllonttjj- TO ili fJi NOTICE THE PUBLIC 1 1 For the next Thirty Days or until further notice for Jf reasons best known to myself i will close out my entire Stockof General Merchandise at Cost 1 and a great many articles far below The stock amounts to 7000 or 8000consisting of Dry Goods Gents Clothing Boots ShoesiHats Caps Groceries Hardware Queens ware Tinware Drugs Paints Oils1CountryStore y above I will quote a few prices r7500 Ibs Arbuckles Bulk Roasted Coffee per pound 10f 8 barrels Extra C Sugar No6 per pound5t3 cans 3lb Pie Peaches 26c l3 cans 3lb Pie Pears ggct 3 cans 3lb Apple Jelly 25r 3 barrels FireProof Coal Oil per gallon 15o 4 8 pounds Arm and Hammer Brand Soda fur 20c 2 barrels Best Stick Candy 2 pounds for 15u A complete line of Fancy Dried FruitsApples Peaches Apricots and all kinds of Fancy and Staple Groceries at cost Not more than 100 worthof above to each customer yardAll25 pieces Outing Cloth best grades at cost 100 Gents Fine Shirts at 30c each A full and complete line of Ladies and Gents Furnish ing Goods at cost Jl 50 pairA JHr Bell Shoes iiGents Fur Hats Worn 65c to 2 25 each h Remember we carry a complete line of Hardware South Bend Hillside and Oliver Chilled Plows also all parts and 7 repairs for these plows If you are sick we have the Drugs to make you well i f IiirCome early and stay late and be sure to get a slice ot f these rare bargains SALE BECINS MARCH 5 I9O9 Dont ask for Credit on these sales If goods are booked regular prices will be charged Highest prices paid for Country Produce t JOE C iTA1VIPE t GRASSY CREEK KY 1 d JtI dhn LJ rjCiKV 1 W u j i j t 711 115 1- r H LL d I 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pie copy free If you name this paper 1100 a year Snmpion Pub Co S Deacon St Dotton Masc GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKEB HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in ml shop and am prepared to makE any style to order and on the mos reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse Bud will attend all burials whet so requested Public patronage iit 1 respectfully solicited 26tf GEO RIOE I1hererenreMCCnn PnupI Unlt- atll than set tar ohr soak and rtem nlsls Ot- II account set t rlrryle accuracy elwpkar + IrrtelerngnylnThQnrrnntFshlonhIknanyutber Lid Sag e umterea t11I cents Loieet 1tnoraubscnurr 1 = FmYubCn sc7eubaaibergeaaMclllar iLndmepnmlumtotI QTLRdvAawtWisd lbnl cash emmil unrr t 4erologuel env den I nt rIslhmti olall ph nnt4M p i emuml i1Ien CO Nw York jne trrv Address TlllZ ilcCAU 1- ll e DR O H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON e HAZEL GREEN KY jI Offer his profestlonal aervlcea to the sit emu of Huol Green and arronnding coun- tryr ud will ftiwer all cilia of affliction i r Office at fab rMiuee adjoiatug Hue preea k t A 1ft Cjf W X T J J V II J rw5 RESCUING OOJTIm AND SAVINGAHED BY BUFFALO BILL FKOMTRUE TALES OF TUB PLAINS COPiriUaHT19OeEYWlUIAM FCODY T7NE IS 1vSSi Mi i r nMl Kit ge1111 rilY 11 i f1l t J a baud of ii a iiiiiicfi who were HUu the Irlshmanu flea here thorn and at times every whereNebraska Colorado nnd Kansas were nIl excited over the depredations of these renegades They had murdered right and left had captured several hundred mules and horses cud destroyed wagon trains as we could tell by the trail of some shod animals What Intensified our desire to punish or cap ture them was the fact that they hall some white captives Mrs Aldcrdloi whose husband and children they hall killed and Mrs Welgcl whose bus band and family had also been mas sacred and these two women were known to be still alive and with them At last wo got on their trail and had almost dally skirmishes and General Carr decided to use some stratagem to see If we could not get them In u tight place He consulted with me and after a day of continual skirmish ing and a night attack he ordered a retrograde movement which created a good deal of discussion between the I officers and men at the time Appar ently abandoning the pursuit he re tired as If going back to the fort and In two or three days as he surmised the Indians were nowhere to be seen having come to the conclusion that we were disheartened and that they could with Impunity take a little re pose themselves This was exactly what our wily commander desired ns he Intended to retrace his step and catch them sleeping So being sure that there were no Indians In sight he packed all the grub possible on the mules burned the wagons and 1m pedlmenta and immediately started to make forced marches In their direc tion As I had surmised they were head Ing for Summit Springs a few miles south of the Platte river and among the sand hills which formed a beau tiful little oasis as It were for a camp ground Striking their trail by judging from their dally campfires wo made in one day the same distance that they made in three but when near the Springs as we saw the trail getting fresher we covered four of their days Journeylngs with all their impedimenta and village outfit in one day and landed at the opportune mo ment ready for business while the one my had been thrown off their guard and gave us an opening that resulted so gloriously that this battle is recog nized as having been one of the most effective in the early breaking of the power of the red man on the plains In Carrs Campaigns General Carr writesOn Sunday July 11 1SG9 I was thinking of going to the river to water my horses when Buffalo Bill came tllCI I slat Mm off hu horse and got animaIback and said 1 have seen the village It is over a ridge away from the river valley We had not seen the trail for some time They had followed an old rustom of trailing along the ridge where we bad dlsmounted to cross It end going over the high ground so that any one following them would be risible from camp Codys idea was to get around beyond and between them and the river lie changed horses quickly and went on and I took to the gallop for several miles through tho deep sand and got to the top of a sand hill or mound Some Pawnees away off to the left on the blurt beck oned me and I went The Pawnees pplnted over the ridge and said Hoss pose I saw what looked like a band pf ppnles but said No buffalo They said ffo no boss boss They took my I glasses and looked and said Yes boss I I looked and sure enough they were iponlas grazing and the camp no doubt I troa below I permitted the Pawnees as Jw 9 i 4t L J utLL LI q 1 dO i i d1 i iIJ oft u i ii i in liorms but to lii rip mi Iholr drawors HO as to be recognized an friendly I had sent word to Colonel loyal and he sent up Major Walkers company and came on with the rest I placed the Pawnees on tho loft and two companies of the Fifth cavalry In the center and one of Captain Prices on the right I told Major Eugene Crlttenden to take com mand of the center and I would take reenforceImcntsbugler behind me to sound the charge and we were among the enemy before they had any idea that we were with- In a thousand miles Then I heard the rattling of rifles on the right and left plainly distinguishing the basso sound of Buffalo Bills trusty rifle old Iu cretin Borgia Buffalo Bill got pretty well around the village when he went in on Cap tain Prices right As he advanced he saw a chief on a horse charging about and haranguing his men He nnd his party laid for him and as he came nearer Buffalo Bill shot him off his horse and got tho animal This was the celebrated race horse Tall Bull which he Cody rode for a long time nnd with it won many exciting races When he came into camp Mrs Tall Bull said that It was her husbands horse leaving no doubt about the fact that Buffalo Bill had killed the chief On this occasion the Indians had two white captives Mrs Alderdlce of Missouri whom they killed during the fight and Mrs Weigel of Kansas who had been shot In the back with a pis tol bullet which broke a rib but was deflected and passed around and lodg ed below her left breast Fifteen hun dred dollars In gold silver and green backs which was gathered in the camps was given her and she went Jack remarried and proved up her claim Nest morning we dug a grave nn a hill above the village and burled Mrs Alderdlce the surgeon reading the service I detailed a board of officers to lount the dead Indians and notwith standing that It is their custom to car ry away the wounded and to hide or bury the dead we found sixtyeight dead bodies on the field- S a a a a a a As chief of scouts under General Phil Sheridan I and the men were rest- Ing at Fort McPherson after a hazardous expedition and a long and suet ccssful chase It was a quiet June evening nnd we were enjoying refresh ing breezes A detail had left the fort to water the government herd of uorscs and mules In the nearby Platte river when shots were heard Everyone was on his feet in a moment fort was learned that a party of Sioux Indians had dashed from the cotton wood trees shooting shouting and waving blankets and bad stampeded a herd of about 400 animals The In Hans had killed two of the herders and wounded another Some of the herd ran for the corral where they were accustomed to go for the night but the Indians got away with about 200 and started for the bluffs south of the fort All was excitement but as was my custom I had my war horse Old Buckskin Joe near at hand and was mounted in time to make a recon naissance and note the direction in whHi the Indians had disappeared with the government stock General William n Emory had his bugler sound the boots and saddles and by the time I returned for in structlons live troops of cavalry were busy saddling up getting their arms ammunition and some supplies One ompanyI Fifth United States cav alry were the first troops saddled and ready for the chase Their officer a young lieutenant by the name of Earl D Thomas now Brigadier General Thomas and In command of the de partment of Colorado was Just out from West Point full of ambition and delighted to bo In command in the absence of his superiors General Emory and myself agreed on tho necessity of quick action and to the delight of young Thomas he was ordered with his troop to follow me while the other troops as soon as ready would follow Fours right Trot Gallop And we dashed off We followed at a gallop until dark but did not get a sight of the Indians and the tracks showed that they were whooping it up on the run A halt was called to give the puffing horses a rest and Thomas con suited me Ills orders were to follow and recapture the animals I told Thomas I could follow the trail at night if necessary and awaited his an swer I will follow you Mr Cody as I was told to do so and I will go when over you propose After a short rest Mount and forward I was the order nnd the chase was continued During the night the Indians repeatedly doubled on their trail We did not reach Medicine creek where we got water for men and horses until 11 oclock the next day The trail showed that the Indians were headed southwest in the direction of Bed Willow Springs Knowing that there was no water between Med clue creek and the Red Willow I was sure that the Indians would make a LL JJ J Stop there as It was many miles fron there to the next water We decided it was best to keep continuously on the job and as the Indians must make some stop to rest and cat we could overlap them When the horses were rested and as we had nothing on hand to eat to delay us and hind had noth- Ing since dinner the day before our best possibility for a meal was to over i take the Indians surprise them whip them and capture what dried meat they bad After leaving the creek the Indians began their old tricks in trying to bide their trail by devices well known to me but 1 paid no attention to this knowing what must be their next stop ping place and I was as familiar withII that part of the country as they Straight on we kept to the Springs ex cept that occasionally we went out of the direct line to keep in low places between the sand hills so as not to be seen At D oclock that night we halt ed four miles from the Springs Ad vising Thomas to allow the men to un saddle and unbridle letting each sec ond man hold two horses by their hal ters and so let them feed on the grass changing the men every two hours so they could get some sleep I dicgulsed myself as an Indian and started off to locate the hostllcs and be back in time so ns to attack them at daylight No fires were to be lighted and all were I The one bullet went through both Indians to be silent until my return Before I left half of the tired men of the little band were slumbering One hour later I had seen the camp just as I expected In fancied security believing that we could not be within a days march of themCrawling back till I could hoof it on the run I found the boys as I had left them Quietly they were called to saddle up InstrucUons were given men were detailed to pay particular atten tion to recapturing and rounding up the herd and others were Instructed as to the attack on the camp I estimat ed the Indians to number about thirty and there were fortytwo of us Ten were to creep up to the sleeping In diane on foot and be ready to work in open order Twenty besides the lieu tenant and myself were to charge on horseback The rest were to bring up the remaining horses attack the herd ers and round up the entire herd We attacked at break of day and the whole scheme worked well The tired lot were surprised when awakened ID meet their foes Nine of them were sent to sleep forever Many had kept their war horses near them and hastily mounting they escaped with several picked horses from our band Among them was one of my favorite war horses Powder Face which one of them who probably knew him had appropriated for his own use As soon 8 q the fight was over and I saw that we had captured some of their herd as well as our own I saw that Powder Face was not with them but I recognized him half a mile away his rider heading for the hills This made me hot and knowing that the Indians would think others were fol lowing me I dashed after them Old Buckskin Joe soon began to gain and I got near enough for a shot My first shot killed the horse that an Indian was riding alongside of Powder Face and his rider was soon up behind In the usual manner thy try to save a warrior riding backward shooting at me with his revolver Powder Face was as swift as Joe Being in the rough sand hills and having a double weight to carry Joe in a few minutes got me near enough for a good shot II kept closing on them as I did not want to hit ray old friend Powder Face When I thought It sure as they were riding up over a mound I fired The Indians fell the one bullet going through both and when Powder Face heard my voice he ran toward me whinnying and with two of the boys who bad been ordered to follow close behind me by the lieutenant we returned to the camp in high glee They round a lot of dried buffalo and deer meat and some fresh antelope and deer with accompanying pepper and salt and copious drafts of spring water so a few minutes rejoicing was had A detail was quickly made fipto bury the dead and as we had but three slightly wounded and five horses knocked out the enthusiasm can hardly be described fi a MyYoun S terJwrites Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss tooK my advice which was to take Cardui She was staying with me and was in terrible misery but Car dui helped her at onceod TAKE I f I i It Will Help YouJLast spring Mrs Hudson continues I was beganto am yearsEvery to cure irregularity falling feelings headache backache andasimilar female troubles Cardui is safe reliablerfscientific Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES HAZELGREENACADEMY j Spring Term Opened March 16 1909 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all tho Common Branches in 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