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Digital page images are linked to the text file. raQ i 1VT wrp tA 1 1 rr- Kt t t rlg r it THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDp EatablfahadMarch 4 188S Made Famoni lathe Story of Jonathan and Continentby Max OU u 0 I PKNOER Uwneraad COOPER CrTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year to Advancer 0 n0 TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY PARIL 1 1909 NUMBER JO r t Lexington and Eastern Railway I lImo Table In Effect June 21 1808 WEST BOUND Nol Noa No6 STATIONS Dallyex Dally and Sunday Sunday Sundoyouly AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 lOaui I a 20 pu 700 am OK JunctH 6 16 Im 2 25 pm 7U5 am Beattyve Jc 7 07 am S 20 pm 764 am Torrent 7 30 am S 41 pm 816 am Nat Bride 7 46 am 3 b0 pm 82d am Campton n 7 48 am 3 67 pa 828 am Stanton 8 16 am 4 26 pm 864 om Clay City 8 26 am 4 36 pm 102 am LEJuncn 9 UOam b 07 pm 10U3am I Winchester 912 am 5 20 pm 1012 am Lextonar 9 65 am 0 05 pus 1026 am c EAST BOUND No2 IKI Nol Dally u = STATIONS II Dally and Sunday Sunday PM LyeAMLVI 45 pm 0 0 7 3b am 2 88pu120 20 8 13 am 2 4t pm LeXlngtonr 8 28 pm 3 50 pm 40 40 U 02 am 3 bs pm 44 Httanton1 44 9 10 am 4 3U pm CawIton Juntn 38 pm 4 35 plO 67 Nat llriUKu 57 19 43 lAm 4 47 pm d2 Torrent 62 b6 am 5 lU pm 70 HeaUyyeJ am d OS pill 90 OKJnnon 701117 am- tI 10 pm 14HJaokson am CONNECTIONS- L E JUNCTION Iralus Nos 1 and will make connection with the C ORy for Mt Sterling I CAMPION JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 riF 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ry tor Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVLLK JUNCTION Trains No2 will make connection at Beattyvllle Juno r with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyvllle OK JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local l 4istations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL UenerallMnnage- rOflABJlOOTTOenPass11 Agent 4 OHioo KeQtucKg flailwag Time Table May 21 1908 WEST BOUND No 33 r 11 No 21 Daily ex n STATIONS Dally ex r Sunaym r Sunday PM Ann 0 27 PMAi 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 11 Heleohawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 62 22Wllhunt 6 11 44 5 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 j EAST BOUND t No34 11 11 No22 t STATIONS DallyexDally ex Suuay Sunday AM LVE PMLVB 710 17HHCannel City 0 100 I 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 ika 8 24 13HHamptouH 13 1 44 4 8 37 10H Wllhurst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 I 25 t 9 30 0HJaokaon 27 2 30 Nos 21 and 22 will make close conneotioi If at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail wayIIL CONLEY + Superintendent mountain DontIaI ailroaa No 1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mCampton1130 a m f 200 p m Campion 000pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPORT I 7 amCampn Juno 10 05 am 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40pm r The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains B F BOLING UNDERTAKERCAMPTON y the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that he carries t a a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes awayaXSTSpecial caskets supplied on 24 orderediAlso can fill orders for tombstones Ac I J FfSEIVELL 0 KO- HENotarytt Public BTILLWATER KY 4 Ofiers bit profeulonal unlett to citizen ot prr4twKeilawkos ot Oeeat 111 vsi4eaeep BtWwster- y r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to majority of our readers especi ally distant friends CAMPTON CURRENCY 0B D Rose is moving his sheep and other property to his farm on StillwaterEli has been visiting his brother S H Kash at Hazel Green for a few days Misses Sarah and Lizzie Combs of Stillwater slave been visiting relatives and friends at this place for a few days Capt Hurst is having his fences along Washington street remodel ed tearing them down and build ing them over Mr a1dttrs Tom Hollon of Holly were visiting Mrs Hollone father B D Rose of this place Saturday a14 Supday A H Stamper a former resi dent of Camrjtflu but who has for the pqst twp or three months been viewing the situation in Oklaho ma like returned Capt W L Hurst of this place wan notified last Saturday that if he did not got rid of some base women that are living in his houses he would beJjurned out tf house and home Ha does not know who wrote the lletter as there was no name signed Chas Reynolds died last Thurs day night after a lingering illness of fever He leaves a widow and four childrert to fight the battle of life Ho was a member of the Masopio L Q OF and JrO U A M and was buried in the Evans graveyard under the auspices of these lodges Our town at present is blessed with plenty of fires Harlan Stam pers store on Main street near the St Cloud hotel in oonueotipn with a dwpllipgburned lastThnrs day night A store building across the street owned by Coble Drake was saved bj the exertions of the citizens It is not known bow the fire originated but is thought to be the work ot an incendiary March 29 OKAY Yorsto Freeze the Soul Your son has consumption His case is hopeless These ap palling words were spoken to Geo E Elevens a leading merchant of Springfield NO by two expert doctors one a lung specialistJ Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings Hew Discov erjAfter three weeks me writes Mr Elevens he was as well aa ever I would not take all the modeyin the world for what it did for my boy Infallible for coins and colds its the safest surest oure of desperate lung die- easeaon earth 60o aqd 100 at all dealers Guarantoa satisfac tion Triall bottlefree- TRENT TOPICS G9James 0Hair left one day last week to enlist in the U S army Miss Ida Beasley was the guest of Miss Maudie Campbell Supday SundaywithMiss Stella Edwards was the guest of Mrs Mollio Brqwn Satur day night Jamett Drown is still a candidate girlsdontEdgar Edwards Joe BHasley and Garrett Hall spent Sunday oven ing at the home of Taylor Van cleaveRobert Sally and Willie Haize were entertained at the home of Misses Nannie and Dorcas Barker Sunday evening March 29 MOONSHINE Id Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut off said M PrincevilloIllbut which had eaten away eight toes if you dont said all doctors Instead ba used Buokleqs Salvq till wholly cured Its euro for eo ants fever sorer boils burns and pile astound the world 2o att illtf skra 014 M TO CORRESPONDEHTSMail your Items early so they will reach our office morningMondayif not be published unless of unusual im K rtance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only LEE CITY LOCALS 0John A Graham Gos bookkeeper has boon very ill but is now improving nicely Mrs Lula Rose is ill at this writing She has ben under treatment for sometime Rev W L Lacy preached at the Christian church last Sunday night and had a good crowd Born to the wife of Brack Banks a ten pound girl Drs W P Wise and J H Dunn officiating visitedjlKWise reports a firie horse back ride Lpm Belamywho had the mis fortupo of throwing his hip out of joint the 21st Sunday had it re placed Sunday list Mart Garringor whp has b en away for something near a year has returned and is visiting his fathers C F Garringor Mies Dona Miller Freeland AI lbn Mid Creasy Allen have return ed bottle from Berea where they had been attending college- J T Day has opened up a full line of goods at this place and is doing ft nice business with George Ringo Jud his wife as clerks There has tweenI an epidemic of mumps pn the heSS of Rod river around the Graham works but they are all cofovalesoing nicely Miss Myrtle Lindon who has been visiting Her brother at the mouth jtjfjBuckljorn has returned home and reports a pleasant visit Miss Pearly Tanlbee who has been staying with her sister Mrs Lillie C Dunn for some time is contemplating going home frr a short visit H C Diamond who was badly mashed with a tree while working for Hurt Bros is doing nicely and the physicians have good hopes of his recoveryDr H Dunn made a fly ing trip to AVilhurst last Thursday night on the hand car to see W K Wilsons wife who gave birth to a seven and One half pound girl March 20 LILME swprOnr Niagara This terrible calamity often hap pens because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warninggrow- ing ripples and faste rcurrent Na tures warjfings a r ekind That dull pain or ache inthe back warns you the kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal maladies dropsy diabetesor Bright diseases Take Electric Bitters at once and see backache fly and all your best feelings return After long auf fering from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankenship of Belk Teun Only 50o at all deal ers SANDFIELD SIFTINGS o Mrs Maggie McNabb is on the sick list J W Cox of Stillwater visited this place recently annie Stamper was a guest of Nora Wills Sunday Mr and Mrs Willie Clark wore guests of Rollie Clark and family SundayWick Childer of Maytowu visited home folks at this place last SundayEstella Catron spent Sunday with her cousins Lana and Mattie McNabb Miss Cqrdio Oldflelds and Mrs John ipsborn attended church at Public Square Sunday Dorsie Stamper of upar May town WM U guest of his cousin Carl Stamper Sunday Maud McNabb and Nancy Cat ron wore guests of Mr and Mrs Ed MoNabb one night last week Willie Catron was a guest of A B Landrum Sunday But we pre sumo Mies Emma was the attract lion Much 9 SUfKI a6 LAND SAW LACONICS 0W L Kash is visiting his sister Mrs Laura McGuire The children of this section have the whooping cough W H Doan has been very ill paininMrs Wm Hurst was to see her daughter Mrs Crockett Rose who is very sick Sam Burch field traded a cow lost Saturday to Roe Banks for a yearling mule Rolla Ceoilof Gillmore was here Monday and bought a lot of corn from E T Kasin W L Hurst is having timber cut and hauled preparatory to having it cut into lumber D B Tyra and son were at this place Sunday and reported that he would farm on a large scale this seasonN Combs has rented a portion of the Goodloe Combs farm and groundMoudayMondayRollin Combs has been helping move the saw and grist mill be longing to Kash Halsey Tack ett to the farm of K T Kash It seems from all reports that Laudsaw is soon to lose ope of its most accomplished young ladies If such he the case we will report soon as the ceremony is over Harrison Burchfield a hard working young man with a moth er and two sisters to look after lost his only horse last Saturday night from something like colic W L Welch of Stanton who is selling flour for the Paris Milling Co was in this section the first of the week and stayed over Monday night with his cousin Laura Mc Guire March 29 ANON Up Before the Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pittsfield Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without them For chills con stipation biliousness or sick head ache they work wonders 25 at all dealers STAMPER BRANCH 0George Brooks is on the sick list Born to the wife of Boone Stam per on the 25th a boy Mrs Laura Stamper was a guest of Lillio Lawson Sunday Green Stamper has just completed a new barn on his farm Mort Stamper and wife wets guests of George Brooks and family SundayMiss Lillie Stamper was visiting on Stillwater from Thursday until Sunday Mrs Tom Stamper was visiting her father on Laurel Saturday and Sunday Mort Lawson of Stillwater was a guest of James Stamper and family Wednesday night Robert Brooks the hunter was a guest of George Brooks andfam ily one day last week Drew Stamper and wife were guests of the latters parents Sat urday night and Sunday March 20 SPRIXGTIMK FROM ANOTHER Born to the wife of Brack Banks March 20 a girl A B Little passed here en route to his home at Insko Bria Perkins is ready to plant corn as soon as winter breaks W M Haynes and wife visited Sam Haddix at this place Sun dayJoe Whitman attended church on Gillmore and reports a large attendanceMiss and Lona Haddix were guests of their cousin Miss Eva Haynes Saturday night and SundayGeorge and John Smith were quests of Joe Whismau Saturday night and attended church on Gillmore Sunday Jim Niskell and family spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Nick ells parents W Z Shumaker and wife at this place March 29 Oro ZIP COON BTILLWATER SPARKLES 0R 1 and Polly Rose visited at Jeff Brewers Sunday Billy Wilson of Buck creek passed through here Sunday even ingHenry Buchanan took a load of Irish potatoes to Hazel Green Sat urday Miranda Tyra and Ida Bush vis ited Jeff M Rose and family last Sunday Last Thursday night Buddy Brewer had thn misfortune to lose a cow valued at 40 Rollin Combs of Landsaw trans acted some business with SC Rose last Thursday Clinton Creech of Glencairu was here the latter part of labt week buying corn Rev R C Wells and his young wife spent Friday night at the home of the letters father W H Cham bere Revs James Brown of Gosney ville and James Rose of this place held services at Trace schoolhouse Sunday Dr A C Nickell of Hazel Green passed through here Friday en route home from a trip to Lexington and Louisville neighborhood expecting Your correspondent was inform ed ofa difficulty between Bob Halsey and Taylor Hatton iin which the former came out second bestMarch 29 DOMINGO STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY lIS Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Ito senior partner of the firm of FJ Cheney Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every cue of ca tarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day oi December 1886 A W GLEAHON SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure ii taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimoni ale free F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation CANNEL CITYCRA 0Two weddings have come off this week Pierce Little and Verna Howard Dona Howard and Rebec ca Little We wish them much bliss as they journey hand iq hand through this vale of tears From somo unKnown cause Oliver Praters house burned Tuesday morning together with most of his household goods Mr Prater is an iinvalid The good citizens all shar ed in his loss and his goods have been restored Uncle Neal Frisby an od con federate soldier died at his home last Wednesday He was 80 years of age and stood as patriarch of five generations being the oldest man in this section Our sympathy is extended to his many relativesLast evening a brilliant social event occurred at Mr and Mrs W E Bachs in honor of MIES Virginia Day of Haze Green All the lads and lassies appeared with their most pleasant smiles Judging from the frequent peals of laughter heard at different points we presume that all had light hearts and enjoyed the evening to the fullest At intervals Miss Vir ginia entertained with most excellent music March 29 ETHEL CONSOLATION CHAT 0W M Blankenship is getting better at this writing George Oldfiold and wife paid Hazel Green a shopping visit Fri day 01V Cecil and wife paid a visit Thursday to their daughter Mrs Floyd Rose of Ezell returning Friday Joe Leo Old Held and wife of Mize wore visiting at Consolation at the the home of Mrs Bonny Oldfields parents Monday Ed Cecil set his big threshing machine in motion one day last week and threshed n lot of oats for himself Turn Lee and Lee C u key Rev Bascom Ragan a M E di vine was the guest of Ed Cecil Monday and Tuesday and left Wednesday for Cannel City to holda series of meetings Mort Cecil came oVqr from Mur phy fork Friday with 82 chickens and put them in with Ed Cecils 30 then Ed and Clay took the bunch to Helechawa disposing of poundsMarchPOET CASTORIAPor Infants and CWlifsm TIll Kind Yoi Have Auras Bttttt Bears the- Signaturo of INSKO INSPIRATIONS 0 L C Elam sold to J H Strick land a young bull for 80 qtrip1 1 L C Elam visited relatives on Grassy Saturday and Sunday Harrison Crass made business trip to West Liberty recent Preston Crase sold lyIyoung 18 calves to K H Kelson Eisner made a business trip to Magoflin county a few days since Rev Wm Lindon attended the meeting on Caney Saturday atnl SundayWm Prater of Bloomington was in this section a few days ago on businessJackson Phipps solo his house RoodsGulletRev Wm Lindon bought a nice horse from Dave Lindon Jr for a consideration of 150 t Porter Davis recently bought R yoke of oxen from Hiram Wages for a consideration of 75 J S Elam and sister Mra Al fred Crase visited relatives on Ca ney Saturday and Sunday r plJpentinEtCrase relativesinHayden Lee and F Lyfeius of Edna Magoffin county were ttthis section a few days abovisit ing friends and relatives Several went from here to Bel kuap llast week to organize a pjaj er meeting to be held every Vpd nesday night We hope it will succeedMarch 29 NAT MURPHY FORK MINUTiSr sLasthorse to Ed Smith tor 100 syfaxing day Flovd Rope and wife of Ezel were visiting in this section a few days since Lena Childers of Ezel and Ebh Henry of Bonny were married last week at Ezel Misses Nora and Zelpha Pieratt i spent Sunday at the home of Miss Cora Murphy Forest Cecil and wife spent Fri day and Saturday at the home of Buchanan Rose Miss Jane Toulbee spent a plea aut Sunday at the home of Miss Golden Murphy Ben Murphy has secured Jack Fraits an 0 K horse from Gill more to work on his farm Clarence Havens of Fills branch was on the creek Sunday looking very happy He had seen Miss Cora Last week Den Murphy bought the city of Tolsonville from Tom v Tolson Ben will at once tear the principal hotel down Revs Yocum and Honaker preached Sunday at the Public Square school house and left an appointment for the tourth Sun day in April March 29 POET Has a New Ceu Sheller J Taylor Day has just installed a brand new power corn shallot to his already thoroughly equipped mill and will shell corn for his 1 many customers He will also continue to give the usual premi urns of soda glassware ota and grind at the usuall water mill tolls I III ttI oM rc i r- irFF t 1 j t I1 F THE HERALD fEnteredaUb BBl Green Postf ono aiiecondoliiH Batter SPENCER COOPER t Editor I HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 1 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY WOLFE OiTCOURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY HASH Commonwealths Attorney 1 R HoLLONClerk- i Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday In September I WOLFS COUNTY COURT O T CENTER Judge i O BSTAMI KB County Attorney I RODEBT L CARROLL Clerk eh Meets first Mondayin each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Sleets first Tuesday in April first Tues day in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No 1C M Fallen third Friday in March June tepteiuper and Decen o berDistrict No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No lvemberlo 38F Allen second Friday iu February May August and November District No iP it Legit first Friday in March May August and November District ivo6T C Hollow second Fri day in March June September and De cember District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District No 715 T Helton fourth Friday in March June September and December District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and November DEMOCRATIC TICKET t WOLFE COUNTY 5 For County Judge W B DUFF 4 For County Court Clerk B L CARROLL For Circuit Court Clerk oJ C LINDON 1 For SheriffOEORGE tVSALLLY l For County AttorneyS 0 SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTER I For JailerJ C JLITTLE For Co Superintendent W TAULBEE For Surveyor E j CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLEr MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNA1 For Commonwealths Attorney 32n- dDlatrlctJOHN k WAUGH For County JudgeI C FERGUSON For CountyAttomeyJ P HANEV For County ClurkJ H SEBASTIAN For Superintendent T N BARKER For Circuit ClerkIt M OAKLET For Sheriff H B DROWNr For JallerlIC COMBS For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN For CoronerZACR I1ANE For SurveyorM P TURNEI As AN indication of what can bt made by raising tobacco we note the case of T S Terry of Madison county who rented ten acres of to bacco land for half the crop Whet the tobacco was marketed Mr Hag an received 372 per acre or 872 t for the ton acres Our land will not produce in weight like bluegrass t land but the fibre is so muck better that better prices may biI r obtained Say it will make two fifths in weight the fibre being very superior will make up for part of the loss in weight by bring ing a better price It is sate indeed to say that if only 10 outfit per pound be realized that a man can make 50 or 00 per acre What other crop will net him as much Tuck Creekbaum deceas ed got 17 cents for all his crop Think it over and put in a few acres r Walter F Warnook editor of the Chronicle published at Inverness Florida has this complimentary notice of our old friend ond erst while employee on THE HERALD Since February 1st G S McAfee a practical printer from Kentucky has had charge of this editorial department and to him is due the credit of its superior excellence We regret to note that he leaves us on April Brd for we will surely miss him He is not only a good F allround printer but is a fluent thoughtful and competent edito- rialh writer and we heartily com 1 1mend him to the craft as each L The postal authorities at Washington recognizing the liability of c postmasters to make mistakes in getting letters in the wrong boxes have fixed a penalty of 200 dollars on persons taking mall out of the office other than their own and not returning it at onco This Law al eo includes newspapers The ex ease that it is the poetmoatera r fault makes no difference If you have been getting other peoples mail you had better take warning R or you tay get jotnelf into tron fJe a Io i SEED CORN Mr Bamberge Gives Good Advic Concerning its Planting and Cultivation Lexington Leader Do not plant a grain of corn until the ear from which that grail came has beon tested for germina tion strength If you buy RCOt DoutlbuyI sures a good stand a good staui assures a good crop It is just oeII easy to have a good stand as a bat one It is cheaper to cultivate a good stand than it is to cultivate tia bad 0113 Then why not have i1 good stand A convenient way to test corn is as follows Make a box the size of the paper partitions of an egg case but an inch deeper Put in the paper partitions and fill the spacnt full of clean sand If no sand inconvenient soil will answer Rotten sawdust will do Joggle down what ever you use until well packed and the sand or soil is even with the tops of the papers Give a good watering Make a notch in the up per left hand corner of the box sc as to ascertain where work is begun From one of the ears or corn selected for seed take six grains from six different parts of the car in cluding the but and tip Place those six grains flat on the sand or soil iu the square under the notch and mark the ear from which the grains came No1 Do the same with the second ear placing those six grains in the square under the first and mark that ear No 2 and so on until the ears you have selected for seed are represented in the box or boxes if more than one is necessary When the box is full spread a piece of cheese cloth over the top of the grains and fill the box with sand It will require on ly about half an inch of sand or soilSet the box in a moderately warm place out of a draft and let in re main for 120 hours Then bring to the light lift off the sand and cloth to examine the grains Save for seed only those oars of which the six grains in the box have shown a full strong germination Those ears which have not shown a full germinaton should be thrown into the crib for feeding purposes By this simple process a perfect stand of corn may be had After the corn is planted cultivate shal low and keep up the cultivation until in roasting ear At the last plowing plant cow peas peanuts soy beans aud follow with some other crop cornW BAMBERGE Agricultural Superintendent the Q tt C Railroad Make It Yourself There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the following advice will be highly appreciated by those who suf forGet from any good pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kar gon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Shake these well in a bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime also drink plenty of good water It is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and tortur ous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and in most cases a permanent cure is the result This simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimi native tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons acids and waste matter which cause not only Rheumatism but numerous other diseases Every man or woman here who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suf fers from any urinary trouble whatever should not hesitate to make up this mixture as it is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering afte ttvhile Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask them State Committee Meeting Henry R Prewitt chairman of the Democratic State committee has called a meeting of that body to be held at tho Leland Hotel in Lexington Friday April 2 It will dispose o- fFirstAll contests growing out of the selection of committees in districts and counties notably the Kenton county wrangle SecondDetermine tho advisability of at once establishing the permanent headquarters for cam paign purposes which has been frequently discussed ThirdThe selections of a sub committee of the Committee to whom will be delegated the direc tion awl control of this permanent headquarters which will be in f JlbllrJt6nf a secretary lw e rMaLi PY11M J Learn to Laugh A good laugh ie better than med ioino Loam how to tell a story A well told story is nwolcoinoeu beam in a sick room The world is too busy to care for your ill and sorrows Learn to keep your own troubles to yourself Learn to atop croaking If you cannot see nny good in the world keep the bad to yourself Learns to hide your pains and aches under pleasan smiles No one cares whether you have the earache headache or rheumatism Dont cr Tear do well enough in novels but ure out of place in real life Learn to moot your friends with u smile A good humored man or woman iis dyspeptiisnuisance as well Above all give pleasure Lose no chance of giv iug pleasure You will pass through this world but once Any good thing therefore that you cai show to any human being you had better now do not defer or neg lect it for you will not pass this way again An Inexpensive Trial Just a big handsome magazin 10x15 inches with from forty to sixty pages each month Youl want to read every line too in each issue because they are full of human interest You have sentiment in your choice of this MaRa 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 Joe Chandler Harris is editor and you will like the snap and ginger of the Magazine and its features unlike any other A ridely ap pealing Magazine from every view point abounding in the best of ev erything stories articles illustrations home department fashions poems wit and humor com prehensive science and powerful editorialsThink of this most liberalof of fers we are authorized to make Write to Uncle RemussT he Home Magazine Atlanta Ga saying you saw the offer in this paper to send their Magazine three months on trial Ifat the end of three months you do not want it longer you pay nothing and the publication it stopped but if satisfied you send them 100 paying for the Maga zine received and 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 The Peace Oak The great oak trees in the gar den at the White House are known as the Peace Oaks They were planted previous to the Civil war by John J Crittenden and James B Beck of Kentucky These men who were representing the state of Kentucky in the United State sen ate attempted to defer the war by means of a peace conference Their failure was symbolized by plant ing two acorns from which grew those carefully guarded trees Two small seedling oaksPeaco Treessprouted from acorns the fruit of the Peace Oaks have been sent from tne botanical gar dens in Washington to be planted in one of the public parks of Ken tucky SmallPox In Powell Andy Ledford living on Snow creek this county has broken out with smallpox at his home Dr Martin is attending him and re ports that while he has hada pretty severe attack ho is getting along very nicely now Several exposures in the family have been made but aside from this it is likely that the disease will not spread furtner Mr Led ford has no idea where he contracted the disease as he has not been out of the countv for nearly five weeks than to Mt Sterling court All of the family exposed has been vaccinated and it is thought that the disease will be confined to them alone Clay City Times A few days ago Dr Geo 0 Grayes sold to A Floyd Byrd four teen acres of land in the western suburbs of the city at 050 per acre ora total of 9100 This land was purchased a few years ago by Dr Graves at something over 400 per acre Mr Byrd has one of the handsomest suburban home in the city surrounded by spacious grounds and desirably lo cated Winchester Democrat Memories of the Past Some of our friends suggest that we run a Twenty Years Ago column in the paper All right How is this for a starter Twenty years ago John Dobbins promised to pay his subscribtion when he sold his wheat Now the questions Did John lie or is he still folding his whoattILouiitLlla Pres a IndigeitoiEiii You can eat anything your stomach bravos without fear of a casa of Indigestion or Dyspepsia oor that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach if you will occasionally take a little Diaper sin after eating Your meals will taste good and anything you eat will be digested nothing can ferment or turn into acid or poison or stomach gat which causes Belching Dizziness a fooling of fill1 DOBS after eating Nausea Indigestion liken lump of lead in stomach Biliousness Heartburn Water brash Pain iin stomach and intestines or othe symptomsHeadaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedy is used Diapep sin really does all the wark of ia healthy stomach It digests you meals when your stomach cant Each triangule will digest all the food you can eat and leave noth ing to ferment or sour Get a large 50ceut case of Pope Diapopsin from your druggie and start taking today and by tomorrow you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can eat anything and everything you want without the slightest discomfort or misery ant every particle of impurity ard Gas that is in your stomach and intestines is going to be carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance- a =SS= Boost Your Town It is easy but almost inexcusable for a man to run down the plac in which he lives his home town No talent whatever is required to do this All that is necessary iis to persistently talk about its short comings which usually are few And to ignore its advantages which m almost every case are many The kickers and knockers on their home town would do well to culti rate a little local patriotism ia quality that IB too often sadly neglected Madioonville Hustler SHERIFFS SALE VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTJOBy 1181 directed to me which Issued to me from the Clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court and by virtue of an execution No 1482 directed tc me which issued from the Clerks office of the Wolfe Circuit court the former In favor of Haynes Benson Shoe Win tiny and the latter in favor of Streng i Thalheimer and both neainat J 0 Lin Ion Jamca Stacey and William Smith IIf 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 courthouse loor in the town of Campton Wolfe county Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following rest state or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the two debts interest and costs of the plaintiffs hereinbe- fore named in the said two actions Lo vitA certain tract or parcel of land lying md being in the county of Wolfe and Mate of Kentucky and on the waters of Straight creek a trbutary of Gillmore creak and bounded as follows towit Beginning at a poplar near the branch a corner of J D Graham thence with his line s 6 e 20 po to a dogwood and two ihestnut oaks s 9 w 8 po to a chestnu oak s 42 e 14 po to three chestnuts B 4- w 20 po to a locust s 15 w 26 po to two he tnuts Lindons corner s 67 w 8 p to two sourwoods n 75 w 20 14 po to II ocutit a 42 w 40 po to a chestnut oak a 60 w 20 po to a hickory s 42 w 1014 po to two black oak a 85 w 12 po to two chestnut oaks a 30 w 4 po to a maple is 22 w 16 po to a chestnut oak s 82 w 8 po to four black oaks on a knob between Hllroore Lacy and Stillwater creeks n 68 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 16 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 e 8 12 po to three lines and a chestnut oak n 6 e 14 po to a chestnut oakn 6 e 14 po to a chestnut oak n 67 e13po to a chestnut oak n 47 e 10po toa 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 72J e 28 12 po to a chestnut n 62 e 8 po to n hestnut oak and poplar a 73e 12 po to a poplar on the end of a point tHence trafgbt 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 Yilliam Smith to Stella Lindon Levied on as the property of William tlmlthTermsSae will be made on a credit Hlx months the purchaser to execute bJnd with approved security to have the force and effect of a replevin bond Witness my hand this 2nd day of larch 1909 J W COX Sberiffof Wolfe County Bt Rare OrIuiIg I offer for sale my residence consist+ log of sevenroom cottage good lot and arden and outbuildlgs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country fatting fur nisbed with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also quipped with power and machinery separatelyForI ad dJft JOHN H EOSE March 11 Haul GnB3C iSiii n tjii WE WANT IIIJL IIk I DURING MARCH APRIL and MAY- We ship in carload lots therefore can pay better prices than others We I IIIa1 the highest prices for all kinds of Poultiv Eggs Beef Hides Old Rubber JJracs Cupper Ginseng and Yellow Root y THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house now J Remember we pay CASH for everything we buy t HEINRICH TOOHEYP- ost Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA 4 q I r MORGAN COUNTY r q NATIONAL BANK I 1 OF CANNEL CITY KY CAPITAL S25OOOOO It SURPLUS 600000UNDIVIDED PROFITS 2O656I 1 J I DEPOSITOKYI jj fl X L CONLEY President JOE 0 STAMPER Vice Pres R r i OUSTER JONES Cashier S J i CECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our stook of Spring and Summer Goods is complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens CALICOESat 5 Cents a Yard OUR FINE LINE OF SHOES and OXFORDS are uptodate and will astonish you v If You Dont See What You Want Call For It V Money to Burn If you have money to burn 1 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 batik account will give you a better business standing iu the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will be pleased to see it there before the close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK GRAY JOH10T f Iwill make tbe season of 1009 at my barn on the head of the Nickell Fork of Grassy 1 mile north of Davsboro on a part the old Caleb Nickell farm at 6 to insure living cult ar ellt 1 THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then make up your mind and write me for descriptive list of farms in Missouri Kansas and Oklahoma All fine level pro ductive laud that will grow anything under the sun at prices ranging from 16 to 40 au acre and come where life la made toler able by pnofitrble larnilugWliy sweat and fret life away In the vain effort to eke out a mere miserable sustenance from the fajthtra 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 aud let me help you to abetter condition IsI N PHIPPS Chart Kansas w J s HENRYS S Headquarters JackRonKri BEPBESESTINO THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of Eastern Kentucky and guarantees prices and quality of goods Hold orders for him r JMr iiMMlnche nrMJlfa AntiPain PJIW i J r i mares given special attention with im pregnator Money due when mare is parted with in any way or bred to an other hone or jack and lien retained on i colt until seaflou money is paid This Jack is 14 12 hands high the best breeder in Morgan county and in OrayJack t- Allr care taken to prevent accidents t e but not responsible should any occur COROLUS CHANEY Daysboro Ky Tije 1WiIlonastaf BalkAYWINCHESTER KY N H WIT ERsPOoNPreAldent Paid Up Capital t 10000000 Undivided ProUts i 11000000 Handsome Deposit o- fborer I 1 t 80000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus lures men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers Its custom ers every facility and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking loot2ly c DAY HOUSEr ff Hazel Creon KYIIMrs LOU DAY Proprietor J Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A ttt large sample room connected Heated anilii y 41 lighted by gas throughout and special ac comniodationi to traveling men J I beei adr O ntlnee kr M sr t1s14MtI YY Ia Pftis bra tr I I- Li f h 41t1 r f f IjfI J tfj r h- rim 1 ifd- 1l f d tt 4 i L J Iiti J SJL1V t Nonalcoholic r 4 1 Sarsaparilla ask your doctor If you think you need something for your 4 blood ask your doctor If you j tryAyersa rilla ask your doctor Con closeytouch with him W publish our formulae4 W banish ileoho- lhomonrmdleob toPdootor i Ask your doctor to name some of the it itresultsof constipation His long list will begin with sick headache biliousness dyspepsia thin blood baa skin ask him if he would recommend your t using Ayers Pills Mad by the J O Ay r C Lowell Xui THE HERALD Mrs H J Derthick visited Jack eon Saturday returning Monday MIES Frances Nickell visited her grandmother Mrs M W Jones near Daysboro Monday Mrs Mary Dyer has the thanks of the editor and his bettor seven eighths for a nice mess of cabbage Misses Myrtle and Katherine Ce oil who were on the sick list last week were both able to be out Monday fr Remember that this is April 1 commonly known as All Fools day Be careful of that cotton doughnutLet t sotplant n or and thereby commemorate the annual Arbor day Wayne Long one of the profes sors at the academy preached at Frenchburg Sunday returning Monday morning Miss Lula Belle Manker a student at the Academy left for her homo at West Liberty Saturday I and will not return Dr Taylor Center of Campton came over Sunday to see his wifo who is visiting her parents Crock ett Coldiron and wife Miss Roxie Daniel returned Mon day from Cttnnel City where she had been visiting hor sister Mrs Charles Byrd for a week or so If you have any saddles or har ness that need repairing take them to S F Reynolds and see how i neatly and cheaply ho can do the job J D Barker of Grassy Creek was in town Sunday Should you bo so inquisitive as to ask why we would answer He was searching 1 for a Nickell For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre tIr in each lot j five rooms in each house Apply at this office Mrs Polly A Center was initiated as a full fledged Lady Maca bee Saturday at the orders regular meeting New members are being added at each meeting Born to the wife of J M Faulk ner on the Doc Kash farm Mon day Maroh 29 a boy Dr A 0 Niokell officiated and thinks it doubtful whether it lives tBenMurphy has six or eight new Weber wagons he wants to dispose t of at cost They can be seen at the store of N C Day at Neola who will give all information in regard to them Johnny Kash one day last week sold to Capt Jack Rittenhouse a Jersey cow five years old for 75 cash Johnny bought the sameto r when a calf three months old 1 1cowfor 8 and bought her from Cap P JackPt Henry Cecil and wife have been confined to their homes with sick 1 f ness for a week past and their ill I ness coming just when Misses Myr tjeJiDdJ atherine Cocil wore con i vaiefloidgji maekthefAmy JM ono of miction DrO 1sWellrss ti jtendiugatbem t 1 JO Was It a Case of Kidaapiag One morning recently when Miss Ethel Cecil daughter of Ed F Ceciland wife of near town went out to feed the chickens she dis covered that a flue white pullet which was quite a favorite with the family had mystoriously died appeared Search was at once in stituted but after many fruitless hours of hunting all over the farm gave tip all hopes of over finding it again Finally it was decided that I stoppingIearly in the morning of the dis covery of the loss had perhaps surreptitiously appropriated tho fowl and brought it to THE HER ALD office which proved tp be a fact and in due course of time the editor and his better seveneighths together with others partook of a luscious feast of stewed chicken and allat the expense of whom Oscar Cecil one of the most pro gressive and DrosperouB farmers of Wolfe county says he has planted an acre of ground in sweet potatoes for 25 successive years Ho uses the same kind of potatoes each year and says they produce as well now as when first put out Also he has planted one bushel of Irish potatoes every year on a certain piece of ground for the same time the average yield being 25 bushels from one bushel planted This coutrover s the theory that a species of seed will run out Every sufferer from rheumatism will find an effective relief in the use of Thachers magnetic insoles The writer has been a sufferer from rheumatism in its various forms for years Quite recently he se cured a pair of the insoles above mentioned and is glad to say they keep tho feet from perspiration and relieve pain In all cases not chronic thoy will afford relief The price is 1 Address Thaoher Magnetic Shield Co 159 Wabash avenue Chicago Joe Long the most notorious moonshiner known in these partsI since Uncle Mat Greers was captured Sunday at the home of Grant Nickell on Byrd branch Grassy and six gallons of moon shine liquor found in his posses sion Joe Long has never been apprehended but twice before al though he has been in the business for years His partner Marion Peyton said to be was not taken and the business may go on indefinitely Bro Derthick last week return ed from bis tour of Tennessee and says Livingston has been selected as the location of the C W B bL Mission school The citizens of that place have donated ground and other adjuncts to the value of 75 000 and the prospect is flattering except that the building ot that school will probably take from us Bro Derthick and his very ami able wife a contingency every good citizen will regret John Fetterly has ordered the machinery for his tiling plant and ere the frost loaves the ground he will be soliciting orders for this much needed adjunct to the im provement of our land Every farmer should encourage the enter prise Thursday night of last week the store and contents belonging to Harlan Stamper at Campton was destroyed by fire The total loss is estimated at 3500 The dwell ing connected with the store was also destroyed at the same time At a meeting ot the Town Trus tees Monday night Joseph A Rose was elected town marshal to fill the vacancy made by the resigna tion of Ellsworth Lacy who re cently moved to Illinois Incidentally we learn that our sister city Jackson is soon to have- a Republican paper It is said batmen prominent in National and State Republican affairs are jacking the enterprise John Neace of Owsley county who has been attending Hazel i Greet Academy during the winter term lbtMgadayforBeceawh- etlseli take tttsrieekr4oarpy- i r eti 1 1 4 Importait to Teachers I Under the new school law which I isi known as the County Unit School Law the county becomes the unit The present school districts are called sub dietricte and have one trustee each who was elected last August when the first election un der the new law was held We have not learned the boundaries of the new educational divisions of the county nor the subdistricts comprising same and are conse quently unable to publish them For the guidance of those why de sire totoach in the public schools we append tho following informa tion On the last Saturday in June of each year the teachers are placed by the trustees of the educational division in which the application of the teacher is placed The teachers application for a school must be in writing stating plainly salary length of term not leas than six months jjanitors hip etc enclosing certificate of qualifi cation with application If appli cant has no living certificate and expects to be qualified in the July or August examination provisions can be made accordingly- All applications must be filed with the secretary of the educational division in which the school is located previous to the last Satur day in June- Contracts for the service of all teachers shall be in writing signed in duplicate by the teacher and by the chairman and secretary of the division board in which the teach er is employed The ladies have ben making a herculean effort to fence aud clean tip tho new cemetery of our town Being anxious to get it set in grass this spring they appeal to every body id town and vicinity to help themnext Monday to finish fence and clean up Lot every man wo man and boy feel interested and bring out some kind of tool Some a hoe some a rake an axe a shov el and a wheelbarrow A plow and team will not be objected to Please turn out and help CEMETERY ASS CIATIOX MAYTOWN MELANGE o verybusyAndy Phipps is building a store house for Mrs Rachel Clark and sonJeff Oakley of Pomeroyton is the guest of his grandfather at this placeMisses Mary Phipps and Mamie Little were guests of Grace Child ers Saturday night John Childftrs and wife of Valer ia were guests of James Ingram and wife at this place Saturday night John Neff and family left for Woodford county Tuesday where they will make their future home We are sorry to give them up Miss Mary Phipps who has been- Mi the home of R A Day for sometime was called to the bedside of her mother near Pomeroyton J SundayII Misses Grace Childers Maud Wilson and Ruth Wills Messrs Joe Ohilders and Donnie Pieratt were guests of Bernie and Clinton Spradling Sunday evening March 29 ROBEI Bro Bicknell preached at Neola Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Results three additions I to the church aud an enthu astic sentiment against bootleggers and liquor venders A Sunday school was also established Some hungry hound on Sunday night stole three sitting hens fromii the hom3 of John Ward As theyI would each have come off with a brood of young chicks within five days an epicure may imagine what a delicacy he enjoyed Millinery opening next week Line of wash suits tailor made I skirts etc on display We also c have some pretty selections in dress patterns Valenciennes neck wear eto MAPEL TROY Mrs Ollie Sample accompanied by hot daughters Misses Emma t and Winnifred and son Asa visII itod THE HERALD office yesterday t afternoon to look into the mysteries of a print shop I CTO IABean theits Kind You Hm Always Bought I efggtands i I Uncle Sam Wilson has just fin I liked ornamenting the Hazel Green 6atUk ith a now iCIII 0 JJt L 0rjki KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled County Judge H C Harmon of Whit ley county wns thrown from his horse and his neck was broken Despondency caus d Emma Martina fd 19 years an operator in the trie phoe exchange at Paducah to commit suicide by taking morphine Beginning with the coming term the course in law at the State Unlvcrsit in Lexington will embrace three year Instead of two years as heretofore The roof of the boiler room of the HIP chnnlcal hall at the State Uiiveisitv In Lexington was damaged to tin extent of 1600 by fire last Friday morning Rogers Moore 10yearold son cf T E Moore Jr of Paris was struck in the eye by a rebounding bullet while prac ticing target shooting with a flobert rifle Governor Willson has posted a reward of 100 for the apprehension and convic tion of each person guilty of sowing to bacco plant beds with grass or weed seed Bernard Seidt Jr aged 3 years died at his home in Louisville as the result of hot water accidentally thrown on him from a window under which he was playingThe National Bank of Jackson which was organized lust November will be formally opened for business today Judge 1 1 Adams is president and Ulnir McLin cushier With both eyes blown out and his face badly lacerated through the explo pion of u gasoline stove Nathan Johnson of Paris was taken to St Joseph Utspi tal at Lexington for treatment Moved by the teary of Greenberry Lin ton a prisoner in Franklin county jail County Judge Pol grove pardoned six days of Lin tons sentence 110 that he could attend the funeral of his mother Arthur Wilson a negro who was charged with criminally assaulting Mrs John T Watson wife of a sewing ma chine agent was found guilty by a jury at Uopicinaville and sentenced to be hangedWhile walking along a cliff near How ards Mill III Montgomery county Jailer Charles Wilson slipped and fell a die tance of 40 feet His left shoulder was dislocated mud hiItrlll and body badly miisetl Examination of the water from iO city pumps in Louisville by the city chemist shows that in nearly every instance the water to be unfit for drinking purposes and public hydrants will probably supplant them Winchester now has an incorporated stock yard known as the Farmers and Shippers Stock Yard Co The capital stock is 4800 and articles of incorpara ion were filed Inst week with the county clerk of Clatk county State Senator Ben Sewell is circulating a petition asking Governor Willson to pardon Walter R Day recently conyict id in the Breathitt Circuit court for forgery It will likely be granted as all rho parties are Republicans Steps are being taken by some of the residents of Covington Newport and ad joining places south of the Ohio river and opposite Cincinnati to amend their charters and have them all known under the name of South Cincinnati Byrd Savior of London beard a noise in his chicken house the other night and went out to investigate and on returning found that thieves had entered his house during his absence and made away with a purse containing 1500 The state board of equalization sitting it Frankfort took preliminary action upon the assessment of farm lands and personal property in a number of coun ties and fixed dates for hearing any ob iction that may be made to raises in valuation Charles Hprudon was sentenced to life npriaonment fur wife murder No proof was taken The womans relatives agreed with hia attorneys as to tho verdict The crime was committed in Whitley count twelve years ago He was captured in Colorado about a month ago Thieves broke into the postoflice at- Trnnton and curried off money order blanks numbered from 10838 to 11000 inclusive SB well as the money order ntino stamp Postmasters tbroughon the country are warued not to cash then orders as the government will not honm them Governor Will on last week order th officials of Carter Boyd and Elliott nintlos to show cause why military force shall not be sent to those counties I toi aid J W Peck collect the railroad rax in those counties Peck l dulllla n it that mobs and organizations prevent hiii from collecting the tax If you want a fine razoras good as you can buy for 2onll this at- office and got one for 1 We also have a few watches good time 1Ieach1I one r l I ALCOrrOL S PER CENT AVegefablePreparaQatforAs linglSte saidButvls II I1I1I1I1I Promotes Digeslionrlrtdii ne saM st0ontalnsiit hlrr 0 iIII OmuMorphlnenorlhaenle- u IIIINOTII pbir NARcoTIC SmI R II l1QriQse r- AperfectRemedyforlbasl1a IIhSml 1111I tion Sour S tomachDlanttoa WormsconvnJsaansFm nrss andLO SS OF SIEI 111 lacSimiIe Sigletare orI- III NEW YORK Atb months old I OSES 35 CENTS e Exact Copy of Wrapper andI itLriini TREESEverything foriORCHARD 1- CASTOR1A For Infants and The Kind You Have Always Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Years CATORIAM1OtNTWN00raNt rase 1TtI1 1 KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of LADIES SHE GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces fineDress Goode Dry Gouda Xot1oneA SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc which they invite inspection MilliNERYIOur of must of our gest line TO line 9 from we full of tlon of and offer atmoderateour may from startfrom our and a 11e have exeeptionally nioo line of net and voile woman a apelook will you Call and see ALAYLONG Hazel Green We Hide I Br wax Ciiutnc CoLJeaScaJYeIIowRoocMaAppleI I i tceati or coomiaioa awrthuu Rcfmac ur Bask ia Writ let weekly LhdsadhtepiegryeMs I 2tt I Market lIMJISVltU KT I FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL I H F HTMENMEYER LEXINGTON KYII tWrite fee Fyne Cataleda oJt r r Children Bought wNt Ntw I J j to I i i collection millinery was e aprinthereforefastidious TRni3irnITA7s j iment style to customers styliMhheadweardoublypreparedever before embracing 2 PATTERN extremely modintf READY WAlt in latest shapes firosllectlon J A complete of MISSES and OHIf I DRENS HEADWEAR DDonil1gQ Dates Dril99 10 Your Inspection Solicited Aside style Millinery have a stock Fancy Notions Careful selcequality enables us to finish Milady array herself III counters reappear smartly gowned In waists Silks j inlty A convince MISS Ky Buy FURS Feathers Tallow LotwrOle Soot It SONS carried HATS skirts F SWEET CLOVER The best fertilizing hay and grazing plant known NO FAKE For seed or descriptive circular addresa J T MARDIS s y FALMOUTH KY Reference Pendleton Bank Falmouth i KILLTHK COUCHYutr WITHUQca 1 New Diseoviry l fORC8LBrTrIa180IIHrH 4It 1 All AlL THRMtHlUNITl8U11n x V 8AftUmOYIIOIIU UwuaDx I a 134 91i u 7 0T Ii aEI y I of j 1 NerVOUSL 5 Collapse I have traveled for thirty years continually I lost a great o deal of steep which together with constant worry left me in such a nervous state that finally afttf having two collapses of 4nervous prostration I was obligedto give up traveling al i together I doctored continually k but with no relief Dr Miles Nervine came to my rescueI cannot describe the suffering which this Nervine saved me Whenever I am particularly nervous few doses relieve inc A G C LIBBY Wells Me There are many nervous wrecks There is nervous pros tration of the stomach of the At bowels and other organs The brain the kidneys the liver the b nerve centers are all exhausted There is but one thing to dobuild up the nervous system by the use of Dr Miles Restora tive Nervine Its strength ening influence upon the nerv ous system restores normal action to the organs and when they all work in harmony health is assured Get a bottle from your druggist Take it all ac cording to directions and if it does not benefit he will return your money REVOLVING W1RwrenINe IPENCE I OE KAiaiLC KAMSAS CITY MO I SfMl Wtl Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood The lowest priced good t garden t hoaandDEKALB FENCE CO 4 DeKaftni KEBSU City Me AIlil BUCTXICIANUd MlCHAKIC 1 I ij t b mijiilne for emgrbody t iJ Leirn about electricity the Y mmdgrdencendbottar entMlotplctnteSamIiI 1 aeaon at9oao uan Photography Interest y rartxxtr AMERICANA + PHOTOGRArHYIetcbetlt Beautiful pktum month I lypdemnttpictmPHOTO ftered StBpl cop fret 1 U yvu mention thll taper t hhyyt f RICEfHAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop aud am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when f ao requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 26tf GEO RICE TII Mrfa r irfMYe RoIA nhie- Alethut any othrolpsttem 7b41M- acWwlutkrstyle rearur IW7paaf- McCntt nflllravtDfITbeotoI + hkt- dYMthan aryotbr LaddMttIY On taetmla atttr- imb yhbjairdNttnombrnj cent r11Ib Nyu4albTLt Li- ttan ter 7lod- rLalrAealWatpa ttndnmptnlam- aVnlch c1 CIIocCol600d el n nd rmast CAIdw AILoo l Iouu- t I 7i fr 1JUuccuLCOJhY E 0 H WILLIAMS tD iYJOftlCIAN MID JOIfKOV jtJ1lZEL OREEN BY O tern rofeiUonal idvices to the riff elldAwflsYelapuleraalldeiUiof adtikttipUO trT L1 sJJJJat- HI1Pf i ib ii THE PLAINS GREATESTHUNT BY BUFFALO BILL HROMTBUE TALES OF THE PLAINS ccmu0tnu oeBY WILLIAM rCODY t rnntlotSj friendship exhibited by Russ- to the government of the United States during the civil warthe courtesfe- ahown to the young Grand Duke Alexis Among the events arranged In the programme was his visit to tho far west to hunt for big game TheI whole affair was under the directionI of General Phil Sheridan and Ouster from his youth distinction and suita bility was particularly selected toI chaperon and have charge of the grand duke and at the same time show him the horsemanship and admirable qual ities of the American army officer had been ordered by General Sheridan to take charge of the matter and have everything In readiness for the grand duke and a large number ot noblemen I find officers of his star I had located a camp sixty miles from North Platte on the Red Willow in the heart of the buffalo country Lieutenant E M Hayes now brigadier general retired familiarlyknownassigned the duty of arranging the ma terial and equipping the camp There was no limit to the efforts to provide every luxury and comfort that lavish J expense could procure Provisions wines etc of the finest had been freighted In from Chicago tents for the royal guests were beautifully fur nished with carpets rugs robes and with a stove In each tent It certainly was a most beautiful camp named Camp Alexis and Lieutenant Hayes must have been Inspired by some of the oriental tales of kingly camps In days of old and tried to go It one better Runners had been sent out and conferences had been held arrang ing for an assured peace meeting with Spotted Tall and other powerful chiefs to attend and give zest to the sport I quote from the dispatches of the day to the press from the New York Her ald relative to the same Some forty odd superior wall tents were properly equipped for the guest alone The arrangements of the camp In brief were complete not to say lux urious when the remote and wild sec tion of the country Is considered Besides the cavalry escort there wero two mounted companies to guard sate ly the Imperial tourists and sportsmen from the wrath and revenge of the nu J merous dog soldiers Indians under I Chief Whistler The chances are however I that the reds will unite in rendering the dukes visit one of pleasure rather than one of fear or harm Sher idan and Buffalo Bill have persuaded them to such a course and furthermore to procure their good behavior the general has brought out thirty wagon loads of provisions which he has promised to distribute Impartially I among the red men at the end of tho hunt if they restrain themselves from j any violence These presents assure such result This perhaps may be con I U jftli ttU to UM prrxl dukeII taenkl A questionable way to secure a foreign fnest rom scalping or murder la thf United States but when It Is I known that the Indians ore armed ontBwnber the soldiers ten to andII wm be admitted that Sheridans Jl nt arid I win tickle you policy I Ki7 sate one to pursue From tickleII I GOO Indians are expected TOO arrival m North Platte is thus escribed Ja dispatches of Jan 3 1872 fko pike alighted from the tram Uu mtlvM of the llttjo station formed In line atone the platform and almost Involuntarily simultaneously cmovedII tfeelr hats in honor of the distinguished visitor tittle Phil was master of ceremonies and be was bound that not a I moment should be lost lu starting for I the camp sixty miles distant He or I weed with Buffalo Bill to be on I bsd and act as guide and the re I armed scout was promptly on time I MtffcMdJMfrieneat fft way seated 2ii a L tL1 IID vnT ftr 11 vlti lls iInI Irilr nvd onifk Ir UsIdn suit byIIndianssare alike moved by his presence none of them daring to do aught In word or deed contrary to his rules of law and civilization After the ducal party had alighted General Sheridan beck oned the famous scout to approach lIe advanced carelessly yet respectfully Your highness said the general this Is Mr Cody otherwise and BtIIIBillI heroIthe plains come out here so the general tells me to shoot some buffaloes Yes answered Alexis and I hope to have n good fine time I beard of you before and I am glad to meet you here i i Thank you thank you sold Bill with a smile as honest as that of a maiden If the weather holds good well have one of the finest hunts that I there ever was on the continent Buffalo Bill Is the famous west ern scout employed by Sheridan for I Indian service and one who Is efficient and reliable Bill is about thirty years of age is about six feet in height and I with other proportions he has a pleas ing face and fine address and would have been prominent In other walks of life had not circumstances made him famous as a western hunter The tales that are told of Buffalo Bills hunting experiences since he was old enough to ride ahorsefor Bill was born and brought up on the plains are truly wonderful to hear related as they are around our blazing campfires and In the presence of all of the paraphernalia of frontier life upon the plains Bill was dressed in a buckskin suit of trimmed fur and wore a black slouch bat his long hair hanging In ringlets down his shoulders As he dashed from the railroad sta tion he was closely followed by the grand duke in an open Concord wagon drawn by four powerful horses which carried the distinguished representa tives of two powerful nations escorted by the cavalry at a fearful rate of speed over the rugged prairie i Of course there was a glorious time In camp in fact high jlnks as far as the natural military discipline the dignified and courteous qualities and manners governing both guests and hosts permitted After n day of rest following the sixty mile ride and a night l of social exchanges my scouts and In dian allies reported the presence of a herd of buffaloes We gave a first run a In which General Custer myself and many officers gave an exhibition to our guests of the manner and method of hunting buffaloes showing and explain- Ing the necessity of trained horses used to the job and the method of shooting either through the loins or nnder the heart The grand duke eventually mounted probably the best buffalo hunting horse that ever lived Buck skin Joe and soon adapted himself to the sport General Custer especially gave u magnificent exhibition of skill dash and expertness He and myself accompanied the grand duke and the latter acquitted himself splendidly We cut out eventually two or three of the finest horned buffaloes colossal In size which he brought down The magnificent heads I secured sent them by express to Chicago to the taxider mist and they now ornament the royal castles In St Petersburg During the hunt elk antelope deer and coyote heads were treated In the same way and sent home as trophies Photographs were taken of the camp and i some of the scenes ami It is to be regretted that photography had not beer sufficiently perfected then to get what would be a sensational connection of the men tbd horses the buffaloes and the guns 11 action But the grand battue or roundup was reserved for a the last which was an Indian hunt for buffaloes Camp scenes and Indian war dances powwows and feasts proved of Interest to the royal guests who expressed delight at all they saw Gen eral Custer gave some practical mili tary drills and evolutions as accom panylng exhibits and In the socials education they received practical in structlons as well in the game of pokerBut of the Indian roundup of buffaloes j I might say that such n picturesque as conditionsI of able varieties of big game magnificent savage allies In all the rainbow brilliancy of their native garb and fantase tic adornment mingled with the flower bf the veteran cavalry of Uncle Sam commanded by General Phil Sheridan General E O C Ord commander of the department of the Platte with the gallant Custer Colonel Mike Sheridap tho Forsyths Assistant Surgeon hi- V Ash Major Sweltzer Colonel Palm er and Lieutenant Hayes a brilliant i array of fumed officers and the gor geously accoutered foreign officials admirals and generals and a detach ment of the flower of oar army made a pageant TO spirited M to linger to memory cm a Ktaf is Avery respect I itf ci1oIi i iTil1tj I unique beyond compare up to date and one well migh Impossible in the future to duplicate I had located an Immense herd of buffaloes and all arrangements waveded at daylight The Indians wore painted In a variety of colors had discarded nil their artistic adornments different colored ornaments Jewelry feathers and other apparel and looked like real children of nature almost in Adams costume only a brcccbclont around their loins moccasins on their feet no saddle no bridle the ponies with only a thin leather hackamore between their teeth some with only light bow and arrows others with their rifle revolver ammunition no unnecessary weight so that they could ride like lightning They even spared their horses and walked most of the time I but with such speed that It kept every one hoppIng to go the pace This lick kept up until the herd was In sightA was held and the calumet was passed around and everything I was ready while every Indian cd his horse which seemed mountII 0 ralgl 7 With the roar of Niagara the Indians dashed on their prey I cited than his rider About 200 were in the front line 100 In the second line and 100 composed the rear The chiefs were in the front snapping their whips In the air and holding the riders together with the ponies foaming prang ing and stamping their feet Impatient as their masters each seeming to form one soul and one body centaurs all waiting for the signal all with one feeling one desire to gain ns many laurels as possible when the chief suddenly gave the signal to go Thunder and lightning What a tornado I What storm of horsemen as with Impet uosity these nomads dashed on their prey With the roar of Niagara the speed of u cyclone the swiftness of an avalanche these strange figures threw themselves in a mad wild rush on their fleeing victims and soon in the midst of the dust cloud one could only see an Indescribable mixup of flying arrows accompanied with rifle shots galloping horses falling buff loes and fleet riding Indians on their wild ponies It was a confusion in one sense and regulated action In another forming almost a delirium of delight to the huntsmen Some went flying from one end of the prairie to the other after stragglers whUe the male guard formed in such a manner as to make the buffaloes circle The signal to halt was given and as the dust cloud rose little by little like a curtain In the theater the horses were seen at a standstill and the prairie was strewn with the bn aloes that fell Calm and practical fellows were these Indians i Even the horses began quietly pastur- Ing on the grasses while the hunters proceeded to pull off the hides and cut out the tongues and favorite pieces of their native cattle and preparing the meat in strips for preservation During the progress of the hunt the grand duke expressed a desire to have test made as to the use of the bow and arrow of the Indians Two Lance with a reputation as a buffalo hunting chief was selected for the purpose While riding at full speed he shot an arrow from his bow which pierced a buffalo clean through from side to side The grand duke con- idered the feat so remarkable that betook the arrow home with him as a memento of the occasion The commissary wagons assisted in bringing fresh meat to camp and great festivities marked the closing this grand hunt Guests and hosts had tasted of one of the most glorious feasts that ever true Nlmrods attended Sheridan was delighted everybody was congratulated and the picture still lingers in my mind with young Gen ral Custer predominating the grand assemblage He was the life and spirit one might say of the occasion and to me U is sad to think of another picture that depends almost alone on Imagination and of which more anon that of Cutters last battle a of otljJDOre 1- Ir I t i 1f r tl 1 Remarkable 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