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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r AI v1 iJ r jar Aelr Tr t r Vi P J i I f ifIt itIt finI r k HERALDS I + 0 Establtshed March 41QQ 6 Made Famous in the Story ofJonathanand11teOonttnentbyMexOItell 0 PENCEIl Owner IdoE J torTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Mt Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains Siao a Year in Advancer 1 h- h i h TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 8 woo NUMBER 4J ftxington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND 01 o3 o b STATIONS ex Dallyand Suuday Sunday Sundayonly AM Lye PMLvc AMLve Jokon 60 aw 2 20 pn MMl um OK Junct 6 1b pm 2 25 pOI 7U511- wBeattvve Jc 7 07 um 3 20 pm 754 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 JIm 81li um Nat Brldae 7 45 am 3 b6 pm 826 am Campton Pn 7 48 am 3 67 pm 828 am Stanton 8 15 am 4 26 pm 864 am Clay City 8 26 am 4 35 pm IIOl am LEJuncn 900am 507 pm 1003am- Wlncheaterl 912 am 6 20 pm 1012 am Lextonar 965 am G 05 pOI 1026 am EAST BOUND Dally No2 ex n STATIONS Dally No4 and Sunday r I 11 Sunday PM LyeAMLye2 25 pm 0 Lextugtoo 0 7 3b am 2 38 pm 20 Wtncbeeter 20 8 13 am 2 48 pm LEJunctioo 8 26 pm 3 60 pm 40 Clay Clty40 I 02 lAm 3 68 pm 44 tt8nton1 44 9 10 am 4 30 pm Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 4 35 pm 67 Nat Bridge 67 9 43 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 66 am 5 10 pm 70 BeattyveJo am 6 05 pm 90 OKJuncn 7011017 am 6 10 pm 94HJacklon am CONNECTIONS- L dy E JUNCTION Irains Not 1 and will make connection with the C ORy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains NOB 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By tor Pine Ridge and Campion BEATTYVLLK JUNCTION Traln No2 will wake connection ai Beatty rille June with the L and A Railway for pa a ngeri to and from Bealtyvllle O K JUNCTION Traini Non 3 and 4 connect with the O fc K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager i OflABJ3COTTUenPa i Agent Oltioo Ksniocky Hallway 1 I1me Table May 31 1906 WESTBOUND No 33 r iK No 21 Dally ex1 = STATIONS Daily ex- SundaySunday 2 1 PMABE 27 PMABB 5 20 88Cannel City 22 12 35 4 56 11 Heleohawa 20 12 19 4 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22Wilburst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAKJunction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 r IKI No22 DallY1Sunaayi u AMLVE PM LVK 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Heiechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 WUhnrst 20 1 61 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 30IftfC NOB 21 and 22 will make close connectioi tatO K Junction with Not 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY ti Superintendent mountaIn ealiBlIfoag No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a moo Campton 11 30 a m 200 p m Campton 000pm No 2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn June 10 05 am 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains BaFa BOLINC t UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens of Wolfe andINFORMS counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes 4tt and everything necessary to put away styleSpecialsupplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered i Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones Ac rlit SEWELL 0 HO- SENotary tt PublicI iiSTILLWATER KY fI Often hii profeuonal lerrieei to cItlaanaof- Wolfe oonnty and olleIU the pairaas of J1I who way rue legal Hfcn tocuMtau Dace dfata ml4eMM water w j t is llL7tL d1 COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of onreadeTsrespeci ally distant friends LACY CREEK LINES o Miss Nancy Miller was visiting with Miss Zola Childers Sunday The Sunday school at this place progressing nicely with a large IIis attendanceJeff and Lemon Maloney IJeffguests of Clarence Trimble and wife Sunday John Wilson of Gillmore was a guest of Curtis Byrd and wife Saturday night Marion Center was seen syfwcing around this creek Sunday look ing for a little bird Aunt Juda Wills who has been very sick for some time is some what better at this writing Rpscoe Wilson of Grassy pass ed through here Sunday en route to Stillwater on a legal mission Tames Beatty wife and little daughter Caroline were guests of Sebron Trimble and family Sun day Hiram Haney the sawyer and J B Hollon returned Saturday evening from Heleohawa and seem edto be much pleased with their tripApril5 BERTIE Words to Freeze the Soul Your son has consumption His case is hopeless These appalling words were spoken to Geo E Blevens a leading merchant of Springfield N C by two expert jcfoqtprB one a lung specialist Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discov ery After three weeks use writes Mr Blovensrhe was as well as ever I would not take all the money in the world for what it did for my boy Infallible for coughs and colds its the safest surest cure of desperate lung dis eases on earth 50o and 100 at all dealers Guarantee satisfac tion Trial bottle free STILLWATER SPARKLES 0 James Bush is on the sick list Robert J Rose has been sick most of the past week J T Day of Hazel Green was here Friday en route home Martha Moore is said to be very low at this time with fever George Buchanan went to Hazell Green Saturday to look after some business matters J D Edwards and James Brew er of Trent were on the Stillwater side Sunday evening 0 B Ljnkous recently bought a yoke of twpyearold steers from Willie Rose paying 90 for same John Beasley the professional ox driver came up from Dog creek Saturday and returned to his work MondayLee who has been living in Lincoln county for two years was visiting George Sally and fam ily Friday Roscoe C Walls will move his store this week to his residence on upper Stillwater near the old Bap tist church house A number of people from this section and Caleb Allen and Floyd Arnett from Red river are attending court at Campton today Frank Hatton and his mother Mrs William Hatton of Breath itt county visited Buddy Brewer and wife here from Saturday until Sunday Mrs Jeff M Rose and daughter Berrilla and granddaughter Susa D B Tyra and wifo and J A Rose visited S C Rose and family Sunday SH Rose has six of the nicest specimen of milch cows we have ever seen in this section and most of them are giving milk in no small quantity Sometimes on stormy days when longing for employment I get out yoarlbackhad forgotten i s r J TO GORRESPONDENTSMail your items early so they will reach our office mornlngMondnyIfnot be published unless of unusual importance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only The division chairmen of all the educational divisions in this county will meet Supt W H Chambers at Campton today being county court day to receive the census blanks for their division Mort Rose a former citizen of this county who has been living at Shirley and Grand Okla for the past six years writes that ho willsoon return to Stillwater to make it his future home Spencer Marshall who are drilling for oilon the Leonard Tutt farm have struck the oil sand and have found oil but Mr Spencer received word that his brotherinlaw at Nest Liberty was ill and they had to shut down for the present but will resume operations in the next few days Farmers are getting along very nicely with their work in this sec buyin neighbors instead of ordering fresh seed of a reliable seed manand the result is run down inbred seed and hard work for nothing In buying seed it pays to get the best It is a good cook that can always grade the salt exactly to the queens taste and it is a Rood farmer that knows what and how to feed his fieldsT K Tutt returned to his home at Gosneyvill on the eighth inst from Sardis Miss where he has been working in the timber busi ness for quite a while He was manager over a large crew of men and says he can place a few more and send them there so if anyone here is seeking employment of this kind they can see Mr Tutt at his residence He says he has a pleas ant and paying position and en joyed hisstay splendidly but also says there is not a spot on earth so dear to him as old Kentucky April 5 DOMINGO Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often hap pens because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warninggrow- ing ripples and fasterourrentNa- tures warnings arekind That dull pain or ache inthe back warns you the kidneys need attention if yon 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 suffering from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankenship oi Belk Twin Only 50o at all deal ers STAMPER BRANCH 0 Mrs Rosa Tolson is visiting her sister Mrs Will Stamper George Brooks who has been sick for some time is abe to be out again Mrs Boone Stamper is very SICk at this writing Dr Center is at tending her Lewis and Mary Coldiron were familySaturday Mr Phillips and son Cleveland were guests of Drew Stamper and family Sunday Cravens Bownen the pipe line daylastFred and Miss Lillie Stamper called on Miss Lucy Sweeney who AcademySunday Jeff Phillips who has been con fined to his room all winter was able to visit his sister Mrs Drew Stamper the other day April 5 SPRINGTIME Up Before the Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pittsfield Vt writes Wo have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for Koodfamilywithout them For chills constipation biliousness or sick head alldealers j uuINSKO INSPIRATIONS o Henry Elam was at Canoy last SaturdayHewey Armstrong was on Grits sy the other day I IMarion shopping Bailey Thursday and wife wore at Harrison Crase went to Paints ville a few days since on business Rev L A Lykins of Malone was in this section a few days ago Bill Reed of Cow creek was here on business one day recently Lee Arnett of Middle fork pass ed through here en route to Gras sy Grant and Roscoe Elam visited at Malone from Thursday until SundayJ Bailey made a business trip to MagofUn county one day recentlyJim Strickland attended the prayer meeting at Belknap Wed nesday night A Mr Kashof Mt Sterling was here recently looking into the blind tiger affairs Tom and Will Reed of Magoffin county passed through here en route to Belknap a few days ago Mrs Rebecca Elam whose ill ness has been mentioned in these columns still continues very low John Bailey and Andy Craso bought a boundary of timber from James H Crase Jr but the writer failed to hear the price James IT Craso Jr Pete Wages and Floyd Watson loft for West Virginia a jew days ago where they will work for about a year A little child of Elisha Burton of Cow creek caught fire Friday evening and was so badly burned that it died in a very short time Miss Hnnie Crase who has ben staying with her sister Mrs Ei Stacy of near Jackson for about six months returned home Satur day A large crowd from this place attended meeting at Belknap Sun day Among thorn were Misses Clemma and Rowena Crase and Crete Bailey j M ssrsHowaid and John Bailey Grant and Roscoe Elam Howard Bach Jim Bailey Will P Taulbee John H James and Andy Craso Honry Elam and Win Lindon March 5 NAT STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOJFDO 1 LUCAS COCNTYss Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the linn of lJ Cheney Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE IIUXDIIED DOLLAHS for each and every case of ca tarrh that can not be cured by the use of Rails Catarrh Cure FPANK J CIIEXKY Sworn to before uie and subscribed in my presence this Oth day ol December 1810 A W GIEASOV SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure iis taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimony als free V JJ CHKXKY i Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation TRENT TOPICS 0Eiard Trent was visiting on Stillwater Sunday Abner Trout has gone back in the goode business at this place Several from this place attend ed church on Big branch Sunday Several1 attended the working at David Coldirons last Wednesday J D Edwards preached a very interesting sermon at this place SundayJames OHair visited relatives- in Powell county the latter part of last week Owens Coldiron loft one day last week for Colorado to attend to some legal business G P Dyer and wife accompa nied by their son Charlie were guests of J II Barker told family SundayApril 5 PANSY Id Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut oft1 said 11 L Bingham of Princeville III but youll die from gangrene which had eaten away eight toes if you dont tt said all doctors Instead ho used Bucklons Salve till wholly oured Its cure for ec zema fever sores boils burns and piles astound the world 25c at nil dealers Ytv = =b PINE BLUFF PIE o Joe Rosa has been ill for a few days with la grippe Mrs John Sam Henry is still confined to her room W R Campbell was a guest of the writer one night recently Mrs loo Gibson is improving slowly from an attack of fever Clay O born and Roland Amyx worn at Pine Bluff last Saturday Mrs George Kemplin spent Sun day with tho writer and his wife Some unknown persons made a raid on French Mays house Satur day night Miss Goldy Bartley spent last week with her sister Mrs James R Henry Mesdames R A Ayers and Jess Henry spent Sunday evening with Mrs Nannie Cox haulinglogswagon and sprained his ankle quite badly Rev Harlan Murphy has just closed a series of meetings at Flat woods He preached to a crowded house every night Walter M Henry one of Mor gans best school teachers has made application for the Carters school district No 18 In a race for magistrate in the Goodwins Chapel district between William Williams and Sam Music the result was Williams 40 Music 29 All members of Franklin council of the Junior order are requested to be present at the regular meetings on the first and third Tuesday nights April 5 UNCLE ZIP I CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bough Bears the- Slgnatura T Sf a+of- CANNEL JutyrjCUc4 CITY CHAT w Joseph Catron of Toliver was noticed in our town Saturday Cleveland Stacy returned from an extended trip to Now Orlean- sJ H Wittermeyer returned Sat urday from a business trip to Par agonJohn Branard has been to Cin cinnati during the past week on businessMr and Mrs Malone Lykius were guests of Asa Carter and wife Sunday evening Misses Hester Patrick and Em ma Day of Caney were in town shopping Friday Ida Walsh of South Liberty grandfatherJudge Virginia Day after an extended visit with her sister MM W E Back returned homo Monday After meeting with the misfor tune of getting his house burned Oliver Prater moved to Caney Bro Ragan after looking after some church matters left Tuesday for his home near Nicholasville Mr Steele has moved his mill from this place to Frozen creek where he will do some sawing tor 11 G Conley Claude Stacy has returned to Jackson after spending u week in our town to see his aunt Mrs Susan Lykins who continues very lowWhile playing baseball Sunday Kiser Wilson of Wilhurst met with the misfortune of a broken limb and was brought to Cannel City for treatment A primary election was held in this magisterial district Saturday resulting in the nomination of Bony Haney over Asa Adams with a majority of six votes The school observed Arbor Day by planting a number of trees The Senior class planted a class tree with appropriate ceremonies as did both literary societies We have been searching the col umns of THE HERALD for product of some spring poet If nobody else will sing why not a song from the sweetest of singers the Poet who makes it his business to gather news for THE HERALD ifso be it he is not out of tune April 5 ETHEL t GREENBRIER GREETINGS 11 Fred Hurt paid Cumpton a visit laet Sunday Hurt Bros bought C W Ronoa store at Lee City Jessie Arnett returned from Hr Eel Green Sunday i1 Jeff Rose and wife were guests of W H Rose Sunday Elmer Wilson is visiting his grandfather W H Rose Addie Rose and Addin Shockov spent Saturday at Lee City Addie and Lillie Shockey at tendedchurch at Belknap Sunday Elza Htinoy of Malone visitol relatives nt this place the other j day W II Rose visited hip daugh I ter Mrs Wise Back at Kzel last weekJames Hurt who has been nt tending H O1A lias returned to Greenbrier Logan Shockey who is runnin a sawmill at Belkiwp visited this place last week Addie Shockf visited Hour Rose nnd titniily from ThumlyIuntil Sl1tunl IIAmil11ingreturned home Saturday Mrs Green Rose and little son who havu been visiting at Mt Ster ling arrived home Monday jI Calla Jennie and Addle Rose Bettie and Ethel Wise spent Sunday afternoon at C W Roses j Albert Cregg Fred Hurt Curbsff Calla Esther and Addie Rose at t tended church at Lee City Satur day night I April BELKNAP 5 StXflIIIXEII tripto0 I Farmers are the most industrious class in this section at present Quite a crowd attended the sin ing at David Lindons Sunday night Miss Addie Shockoy made n pleasant visit with Mahala and Myrtle Linden last SundayrThe prayer meetings at Belknap every Wednesday night are wAl attendedand much interest is manifested There was quite a crowd attend ed church at this place Saturday and Sunday Many from a ilis tance took part in tne exercises the entire singing class trout Spin nel fork being present April 5 BTADK CONSOLATION CHAT 0 Curtis Walters of Cauey was 1 here a few days ago Clay Cecil made a trip to Neola j on business Thursday Flave Cecil visited Mrs Maggie Jackson and family Sunday 1 Ben Murphy of Murphy fork was in this neighborhood one day recentlyMiss Mattie Joldiron is visiting at Pine Ridge IE F Cecil and wife visited cu I Lacy creek Sunday Pearl Miller of Menofee coun ty was visiting here Sunday April 5 MONK Fairs in Kentucky- So far as we can learn the fairs ached uled for Kentucky during the pre year are as follow- Georgetown fntttJuly 27 to 31 Henderson July 21 to 31 Madisonville August 3 to 7 Danville August i to 7 IBLUE GRASS FAIR Lexington August 9 to 14 Uniontown Angust 10 to 14 Harrodiburg August 12 to H Brodhead August 17 to 20 Barbouraville August 18 to 20 Shepherdsvllle August 18 to 20 Tompkinsville September 1 to 4 1 Scottsvillei September 2 to 4 HAZEL GREEN FAIR e6 to 10 Paris September 7 to 11 Scottsburg September 13 to 17 STATE FAIR Louisville Sept 13 to 18 JandJ make more usually doesnt have i that many whoa he dies wc r 1 W rr 0 If j- oI ra r- Z 1 J ji iiiff 3 r I I rl THE HERALDEntered at the Hazel Green Po ItofUoenmeoonil olassmatter E t SPENCER COOPER t Editor a HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 8 190 i WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTOR 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JAtES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASII Commonwealths Attorney I K HOLION Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday in Septet ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge Q B STAMPER County Attorney j ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday fu each month 9 WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues day in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No IC M Fallen third Friday in March June fiepteumer and Dece ber District No2Robert Brooks fourth Friday iu February May August and November District No 3S F Allen second Frida in February May August and November District No lP K Legg first Friday iIn March May August and November District lye 6T C Hollon second Fri- March Juue September and December i District No GRoy Hurst third Friday IIn February Mav August and November District No 7n T Helton fourth Friday in March June September and December District No 8J M Lovelace first Friday in February May August Iud November 1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY For County Judge W B DUFF r For County Court Clerk k L CARROLL rr For Circuit Court Clerk J C LINDON For Sheriff GEORGE V SALLtY For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTER a For JallerJ Ct LITTLE For Co Superintendent W TAULBE For Surveyor E 01 CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32n- dDlstrict1OHNi M WAUGH P FEIt6USOPL For CountTClerkJII N DARKEn For Circuit ClerkItI OAKLE For SberllfH B BROWI For JallerlIC COMl- WH1TKEMPLII For Assessor For CoronerZACU HANE For SurveyorM P TURNE l F DIRT ROADS ADVOCATES Farmer Shows They May Be Had JEatSmall Cost HUNDRED DOLLARS PER MILE P J Jewett a farmer near Butler Mo has written to the Kansa City Star as follows on the subjec of good roads J w I have been reading with inter est the various letters and editsr k irialsin the Star on the subject of f interestMAlthough a farmer I am also 8 f good roads man I I am pleased to see the interes c shown and while I dont want to rknock I am afraid the cause iis being injured by its friends who i in that they seem to thin Ilwrite a good one unless it iis Il of rock at a cost of 8000 to milefir a I will state as briefly as I can tl how the subject looks to me and I 1 1believo I will voice the opinion of r 75 per cent of the farmers in the t corn belt It is evident that if roads an made in the country the peopli who live there farmers mustj l either do the work or pay for it Individually I have little interest in roads other than those in mj immediate neighborhood BEd those leading to my market In twenty five years I hava not driven so fat that I could not get back the same t day If I have to make a trip oi any considerable distance I take a train I am not yet able to keep a motor car for pleasure and am not willing to make roads for those who are I live in an average township in western Missouri that has sixty miles of road Our asseessed valuation is 850000 To make rock t rroads at the lowest estimated price r per mile 3000 would cost 180 000 or more than half the value of all the property in the township To make one mile at 8000 would require a tax of 83 cents on 100 A rock road is never the beet road If it was we would not avoid it as we always do when the ground is dry and speed rings would be made that way It is not permanent c iandthe cost of maintaining six miles would be more than we now r pot ou sixty I know that the idea M to improve the moat im i 4ooQo portant roads first and the other later but the one who lives a mile from the improved road can take no more than he can pull over the unimproved one I note the argument that I enn take larger loads make better tim got better prices all of which I admit but my present income would have to be increased very much Itto enable me to stand this cost I also note that good roads will or able me to sell my farm for a greater price Suppose I dont want to sell We are not all spec ulators Would an acre produc more if its price was 100 than i it would if it was 50 Without doubt I would pay twice as muc tax If I want to sell its different though much like life instil oncea game you have to die to beatDo you see why farmers promptly vote down anything along this line In Missouri the farmer killed the ten cent state road tax that was really in their favor be cause they thought it was to build a state road in which they had no interestDont think we are mossbacks We want good roads and appreci ate their value but if we mus make them we insist that they beI of a kind that we can afford and that will suit our needs Why not try good dirt roads With the exception of a few miles say 10 per cent near the towns where travel converges a good dir road properly maintained would be the very best possible eigh months in the year a good one ten and passably the other two I believe 100 a mile would make good dirt roads in our township aDd with 200 more we could grad down th9 hills grade up the low places tile ont the wet ones prop erly grade and ditch them and put in concrete culverts where bridge were not requiredin fact make a modern rock road without the rock As to maintenance a mile of thirty foot road can be dragger once for 50 cents An average often times will be ample But lets say fifteen and we hays a cost of 750 A grader should be run over the road once a year to opei ditches and maintain proper shape Two horse graders are now mad that will do this work at 250 a mile j plowing furrow in ditches 50 cents To sum up then we have this resultCOST MILE Construction 300 00 MAINTENANCE ONE YEAR Dragging 7 50 Grading 2 50 Plowing 50 10 50 A permanently good road get ting better every year as all dragged roads do Looks good doesnt it Best of all is its true I hays kept a mile of average road for the last six years in such condition that an ordinary good team could draw a ton over it any day in that time and the whole cost constructioi and maintenance for the whol time is less than 100 Give us road laws based on common sens costrnction that will provide for constant maintenance and we cai have good roads Missouri has ia- very good one in the special road district act that will apply if we can get rid of the idea that the on ly good road is a rock road Stomach Distress Eyery family here ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house as anyone of you may have an attack of Indigestion or Stomach trouble at any time day or night This harmless preparation wil digest anything you eat and over come a sour stomach five minutes after taking- If your meals dont tempt you or what little you do eat seems to fill you or lays like a lump of lead in your stomach or if you have heartburn that is a sign of IndigestionAsk Pharmacist for a 50 cent case of Papes Diapepsin and take one tnangnle after supper tonight There will be no sour risings no belchink of undigestet food mixed with acid no stomach gaa or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness nr Intestinal griping This will all go and besides there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors Papas Diapepsin is a certain sure for all stomach misery because it will take hold of youi food and digest it just the same at if your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief for all tour stomach misery is at your Pharmacist waiting for you These large 50cent cases contain more than sufficient to cure a mse of Dyspepsia or Indigestion For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber lad lot can be bought One acre in each Int five rooms in each lopes Apply Jit ihifl office Sr u Commercial Convention People in this county are interested in tho commercial convention which has been called to meet in Louisville April 28 The meeting will be hold in the Red Room of the Seelbach Hotel and will last that afternoon being follows in the evening by n banquet tendered by the Commercial Glut The delegates will be given tho freedom of the Southern Electr cal and Industrial Exposition which will be open at that time A call sent out by the Commercial Club of Louisville which i is arranging tho affair has gone to every commercial body and count judge in the State It is nske that delegates be appointed by them to represent each count The convention is expected to have representation from at least 00 counties in Kentucky so that iiit will be the most inclusive gather ing of the sort since the last Stat Development Convention The object of the meeting iis to make the men of all sections of Kentucky known to those of othe sections The McCracken count man and the Carroll county man are to get together and the Bul litt county man and the Bell county man are to exchange ideas The delegates will bring information of the resources and needs of their respective counties and this information will be filed It wil be the first time that a systemati effort has bean made to compil such information Florida Flowers Tampa Fin March 29 Spencer Cooper Hazel Green Ky Dear Sir and Friend Uncl Green Trimble his son Rober and myself Jeft Mt Sterling on the 18 inst for this place to visit the family of T D Jones and enjo the lovely climate beautiful flowers luscious fruits and scenery of the sweet Sunny South all of which is a great treat to me for I am indeed charmed with Florida En route we stopped at Windso Hotel Jacksonville spent 12 hour in that beautiful city In the aft ernoon with a party of 20 tour ists in an auto with a splendid guide we visited all the points of interest among which was the os trich farm where we were entertained with races by the fast running birds and other amusements We arrived in Tampa March 20 and found our Kentucky relative and friends contented in theii r southern home This is just like June weather in Kentucky and the breeze is fine Tampa is a fine city situated on the beautiful Tarn pa bay Some of my friends have kindly remembered me with letter from Hazel Green but I must hav TILE HERALD too as I expect to be here for a visit of several weeks so I shall have to ask you to change my address and send my paper to Tampa Fla box 292 in care of Mrs T D Jones I want last and this weeks papers Cousin Bruce sent me one of week before last for I always enjoy reading Tin HERALD especially so now as lam so far away from My Old Ken tucky Home 1 have patronizes THE HERALD ever since the day iit came into existence and I have al ways made it a point to pay in ad subscriptlonfind enclosed one dollar for renew al With kindest regards for your self and dear Mrs Cooper and other friends at Hazel Green I am re spectfullyMRS NANNIE 11 KASH ThoiHnds Have Kidnej Trouble and Never Sispect it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a brick dust sedi ment or settling stringy or milky- appearance often indicates an un I healthy condi tion of the kid neys too frequent desire to inthethe kidneys and bladder are out of order and need attentionWhat To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers remedyfulfills kidneysliverpassage Corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad fleets following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often manyimesmmediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest be ause ofitsremarkable health restoring prop jledicinej I byIruggists and onedollar sizes nor tmrt cYou may have a sample bottle sent free Binghamton SwampIlN yv OB ererj bottte s HAZEL GREEN FAIT To Be Held September 6 to H Inclusive- J Taylor Day our cntorprisin fellow citizen requests us to announce that ho will have n fair this year beginning Sept t and closing on tho 10th He request all citizens interested in tho im provomont of stock and crops to cooperato with hiinbut says their failure to do so will not doter him pushing the enterprise The snnn ground as formerly used for tin fair will again bo used but then will be several beneficial change in tho erection of tho amphithea tor lien Murphy has six or eight nov Weber wagons he wants to disposi of at cost They can be seen It the store of N C Day at Nooln who will give all information in regard to them Rare OpPOrtllnhlg I offer for sale my residence consist log of seven ronm cottage good lot am garden and outbuildigs One of tbs most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur nished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also machineryWillseparatelyFor ad dress JOHN H ROSE March 1 1I Hazel Green Ky THE VERY BEST nMI4 Have any of our readers seen a re cent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other pur pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of nI family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and frivolities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in lifecThe Grand Idea being thatc As are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and temporal rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home- Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unanimous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati O or no fee Write for our ProiU1obtained L worhmonqI Llt Wo THAT PAY and help inventors w success Send model photo or sketch and we lend IMMEDIATE FREE REPORT ON PAT ENTABILITY 20 years practice Regis tered Patent Lawyers Write or come to u at 606607 7th St WASHINGTON 0 C I Your Stationery Is your silent representative It you aell fine goods that are up todate In style and of superior quality it ought to be reflected la your printing We produce the Uod that you need and will not feel Mharned to have represent you That la the only kind it pays to vend out Send your or derv to ibis ofljcs I drrn a u WE WANTii YOUR EGGS I It t DURING MARCH APRIL and MAY We ship in carload lots therefore can pay better prices than others We also pay tho highest prices for all kinds of Poultry Eggs Beef Hides Old Rubber Urass Copper Ginseng and Yellow Root THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house nowtiti Remember wo pay CASH for everything we buy J HEINRICH TOOHEYP- ost Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA R O bI = G = = = =Ov= rv v= l 11 MORGAN COUNTYtFiJi NATIONAL BANK I 3 OF CANNEL CITY KY 1 i ffi 2600000ElkI il K- 2O555I I t UNDIVIDED PROFITS j AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY LE lJYOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED i iM L CONLEY President sJOE C STAMPER Vice Pres CUSTER JONES Cashier t1ti f g ri CECIL BROS i r Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our stock of Spring and Summer Goods is complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens CALICOESat 5 Cents a YardyrOUR FINE LINE OF SHOESand OXFORDSar- eI uptodate and will astonish you j If You Dont See What You Want Call For It 1 I Money to Burn 1 u 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 account will give you a better 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 be pleased to see it there before I the close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK GRAY JC HNIIwill make the season of 1909 at my barn on Nickell Fork of Grassy 1 mile north of Lthe old Caleb Nickell farm at i6 to insure I COROLUS OHANEY Daysboro Ky r THINKING OF MOVING WEST It not then make up your mind and write me for descriptive list of farms in Missouri Kansas RIll Oklahoma All flue level pro ductlvc land shut will grow oiythinlt under the inn at Irices ranting from 10 to 40 an acre unu conic a here lite Is made toler able by easy punfitrble arming Why sweat and fret rile away In the vain effort to eke out a mere miserable sustenance from the rock rlhbed rootlaced hillsides as your fa ther and fathers father did when there IIs so much good laud to be had yet awhile for n mere song Get out of the ruts break away from the timeworn habit that keeps your nose In the grindstone All It takes is resolution mid a little nerve Write me and let me help you to a better condition IIt NPHIPPS Ghanulo Kansas WI J P HENRY tteadrtuurtersJucksonKynErnEsEN THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants ot Eastern Kentucky and guarantees price and quality ol goods Hold orders for him For hwulacho Dr Mlles AntiPate Pill Ki r itea 1r mares g Yen spec uu attest on w t0 m j pregnator Money due when mare Is 1 ti parted with in any way or bred to another i horse or jack and lien retained colt until season money is paid This Jack Is 14 12 bands high onjj best breeder in Morgan county and widely known as the K M Couch Jack and needs no further description- All llIcare taken to prevent accidents I but not responsible should any occur f I I 14 BankIN H WITnERsPooN President Paid Up Capital t 10000000 t Undivided Profits i 11000000 Handsome Deposit of j over i i i 800000000 This bank solicits the accounts ol merchants farmers traders and busy iness men generally throughout East j ern Kentucky and offers its customers every facdlty and the most liberal It terms within the limits of legitimate banking loct2ly DAY HOUSEFt tr Hazel Green KyIi Mrs LOU DAY Proprietor Best table fare In Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and1i J lighted by EM throughout and special so 1 commodationi to traveling men Ii i IIAatri ftMe NA M b 1- rw w A WIb Per s F w IW w l I 5 yO JoJTFr 1i r a ij 1 h r 1 T1IIJ 1 iN iti2 h I f Ito f h s i Without AlcoholA Strong Tonic Alcohol A Body Builder Without Alcohol- A Blood Purifier Without Alcohol A Great Alterative Without Alcohol Il A Doctor Medicine Without Alcohol Ayers Saruparilla Without Alcohol J i auD11 tone roraalM Wo rawa AlHIaI AWo from ur n4i lM I 7oaN i rswnrp jom Ayers Pills are liver pills They act directly on the liver nuke more bite secreted This is why they ire so valui Iable in constipation biliousness dys t pepsli alek headache Ask your doctor If he knows s better laxative pill Kado7 the J O Ay srceLwttM i t i THE HERALD Mrs Charley Hurt is visiting her daughter Mrs Chester Coop er at Louisville Mrs Mary Brooks has been very l sick for the past week but is able to be out again Henry Cecil continues quite ill and has now been confined his house for two weeks Roger Bryan of Bryan Good win Hunt and Bill Perry with Van Deren hardware company s were in town Tuesday Mrs Hazel Rankin came up Fri day to visit her father Taylor Rin go and family She returned to r her home in Winchester Tuesday OJSkBXOXXX9 9g tb y1 Kind You taw Always BooQhl Blgutin t Mrs H H Nickell and daugh ter Miss Emma were in town shopping Tuesday and the latter s FalaysLongSam Spencer who is drilling in a well on Trace fork promises to let us know the result in a day or so and he thinks indications are good for oil A little fouryearold son of Jack Sally of the Toliver neighborhood died Thursday night last of mem branouH crouo and another is now dangerously ill i A brandnew Websters Inter national Dictionary 1009 edition and dictionary holder for sale Cost 15 will sell for 10 cash Call at THE HERALD office I Easter comes next Sunday and should the weather be propitious the ladies will come out decked in all the finery which our millinery establishments can furnish Arbor day passed off quietly in this section as nearly all the schools had been closed some time since However we learn that quite a f number of trees were planted Miss Virginia Day returned Mon day from Cannel City where she had been visiting her sister Mrs W E Bach She was accompa nied by Mrs Bach and little Miss Hallie Day Rev Stephen Owsley the war horse of Boll county is here this week He will preach at Maytown and return here Sunday to fill the appointment of Bro Ragan at tho- M E church South If you want a fine razoras good as you can buy for 2oa11 this at office aud 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 Wo are in receipt of a pamphlet containing the charges of exWar den George P Chinn against the CommissionersACo of the state convicts Mrh Chinas charges are very strong and his appeal for an investigation is very emphatic It now only remains for the general assembly to take up the matter and see that thee convict Are spore homjneljr I j A Correction THE HERALD last week announc ed that John Nenco who had been attending Hazel Green Academy would take a 20 weeks course at Berea the inference being that he had left this school for Berea The fact is that Mr Neace gradua ted at this school over a year since and later feeling that he wished to attain more knpwledgo ho matriculated at Boron moro to try the the different systems of teaching than anything else Mr NtlRce has every respect for the school here and the way it is conducted and as the error was ours wo hope this will conect any false impression Killing In Magoif In In a difficulty at Hqndrioks post office in Magoffin county on the first day of April Millis Arnett shot and killed George Anderson The particulars as we learn them areas follows George had gone to the postoQice which was also a store to purchase a single tree Sam Arnett was present and made a pass at Anderson when the latter hit him with the single tree Instant ly Millie Arnettt opened fire upon Anderson shooting him twice in the face and once in the side with a 44 calibre which resulted in the death of Anderson almost instantly Died of Pneumonia Sam Neal a son of Henry Neal of Neal Valley and a brotherin law of Sam Spencer the well known oil driller died at the home of his father on Thursday morning last of pneumonia He had just made a trip to Farmers with a log raft caught cold and had to return before he disposed of his raft Doc tors who attended him however state that is was his abnormal growth that caused his demise He was just 17 years of age and stood 0 feet 8 inches in his toot feet while his physique in other respects was not proportionate 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 the feet from perspiration and relieve pain In all cases not chronic they will afford relief The price is 1 Address Thacher Magnetic Shield Co 159 Wabash avenue Chicago Aunt Polly James has been quito ill for a few weeks past and for a week has been dangerously so She is the mother of a large family of children many of whom live in Illinois Indeed she has raised two families but all are grown men and women who live to them selves She lives with her son Clark and in her present illness has every attention that her de voted children and friends can give her An infant child of James Faulkner and wife died Monday morn ing about six oclock and was bur ied at the Holderby graveyard late Monday evening Mr Faulkner and wife are profuse in their thanks to James Dyer and wife who stood by them in all their trouble at tending to burial clothes coffin digging the grave burial etc Such neighbors as Mr Dyer and wife are godsends to any community At an expense of considerable time labor and trouble we have compiledand printed a pamphlet embodying a number of Helpful Hints to Correspondents In sending them out we may have missed one or more of our regular correspondents and should any of these desire a copy they can get one by calling at THE HERALD office and making their wish known Uncle Sam Wilson the painter poet hied himself to the now dwelling of Harlan Nickell above Daysboro Monday morning and will show his artistio skill by decorating the exterior and interior From there ho expects to go to No ola whore he will fix up the inter ior of J B HoiIon a fine residence with oak and cherry stain and hard oil fioUfa f1 8ANDFIELD 0 SIFTINGS Mrs Callie Toliver is confined to her room with la grippe- J J Catron made a business trip to Cannel City Saturday- J B MoNabb le suffering severe ly with a boil ou his hand Will Hollon and family wore visitors at W A Oldfields Sunday Rollie Stamper of Maytown was a guest ot Willie Catron Saturday night Miss Cordie Oldfield has just re turned from an extended visit on Long branch- J J Catron wife and daughter Estella were guests of 0 W Mc Nabb Sunday Mr and Mrs Ed McNabb of Buck creek were guests of R A Childers and family Sunday Misses Maud MoNabb and Nan cy Catron made a flying trip to Maytown Friday Miss Grace Childers was a guest of her sister Mrs Maggie McNabb a few days recently Miss Maud McNabb and little sister and brother Mallie and El mer spent Sunday with their un cle J M Toliver Omar the little son of Mr and Mrs Jack Salley died at his home Wednesday March 31 He was stricken Monday with membran ous croup He was a bright little Boy of three years and six months and was the idol of his parents and grandfather W M Clark siuce he could lisp their names nnd had an affectionate smile for all whom he met While death has thrown a shadow oer this home and they are bereaved and brokenhearted in this world we teel assured he is a shining angel in glory where there will be no more sickness nor death Weep not for the little one for of such is the kingdom of heaven We love them yes we love them lint Jesus loves them more And so he calls our loved ones To that bright and shining shore We can not tell who next may fall Beneath the chastening rod One must be first then let us all Prepare to meet our God April 5 SUXHHINE Has a New Corn Sheller J Taylor Day has just installed a brand new power corn sheller to his already thoroughly equipped mill and will shell corn for his many customers He will also continue to give the usual premi ums of soda glassware etc and grind at the usual water mill toll Someone entered the residence I of Hoy Childers on Lacy creek Sunday night last while the fami ly was a leap and took a box con taining all of his private papers and money The box was found Monday morning and the papers in a pig pen but 14 in money including a specially prized coin had been taken Mrs Ed French who before marI riage was Miss Mallie James one time crowned queen of mountain maidenhood has been dangerously ill in a hospital at Jacksonville Ill Her husband as many of our readers know is Ed Frenchwho is a prominent minister in the Christian church and at present located at Ashland Ill By courtesy of State Superin isudeut J G Crabbe we are in receipt of educational bulletins en tiledHealth and Disease Whirlwind Campaign 1908 and School buildings and Grounds issued by the Kentucky Department of Ed ucation all of which contain much Interesting matter and information- for the friends of education We are requested to state that there will be special Easter services at Bethel church Gosney yule next Sunday morning at 1045 oclock conducted by the ator Rev Frank Agar An ex tra program of appropriate recitations and special music will be rendered and all are invited to be presentIWe are in receipt ofa copy oCI AlHadaIIThe Guidance a Syrian newspaper published in New York It is quite an interesting sheet to thoso who can read it but wo must be excused from com nouting ou any of the articles as we are more interested in reading papers printed in the English language A discontented person is almost as big a bore as one who ia self iitisfied KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Shelbyville was last week visited by a 10000 fire Five boys were taken from Johnson county to the reform school for stealing chlchnsII killed George Anderson a farmer of I Magoffiu county apparently without causeIn the Maysville Circuit couit n num ber of indictments were returned against various persons for selling tobacco after it had been placed in pool While directine tome laborers in their work on his farm in Jefferson county James A Pritchard a retired attorney aged 68 years died of heart failure Ira Shubert while out snipe hunting with his friend Luke Abbott in Scott county was accidentally shot in tho foot by the latter and amputation may be necessaryA belonging to J A Wagoner of near Paris last week foaled n mule colt with seven feet The hind feet were normal but one front leg had two die tinct feet and the other had three feet The colt died One year in the penitentiary for each chicken stolen and disposed of was tho verdict in tho Bourbon Circuit court against June Fields a negro Fields stole five chickens ate two and sold three to u dealer An unknown man entered the home of Joseph Gernert in Louisville and catching hold of Miss Irene Gernert an 18yearold daughter cut off her hair with a razor or knife and made his es cape before she could cry out What is thought to be the work of in cendiaries was the burning of a largeI stock barn belonging to William Hay of Hart county Four valuable horses a lot of feedIntI a number of farming implements were also burned The corner stcne of the 100000 add tion to the Odd Fellows Widows and Orphans Home at Lexington will be laid next Tuursday April 15 All Odd Fellows in the state are invited to partici pate in these impressive exercises J W Thomas Jr the recalcitrant young man who barricaded himself in the Thomas homestead in Shelby county for several dnA has agreed to leave the state for all time to come the family making a money settlement with him In a disagreement over a game of craps In a Mt Sterling dive Jim Burnam hot and wounded Lee Butcher Will Stoner and Hays Hall and escaped him self unhurt None were seriously hurt hirnam was later arrested in Richmond where he wigs masquerading aa a woman Allwere negroes United States Marshal Jackson de stroyed in Elliott county one of the lar gent and most complete moonshine I1tllls- In the mountains of Kentucky Andy Brown and Dan Black and wife were ar rested and 440 gallons of the product were destroyed A request from a New York firm to send them a toast to Kentucky to be usedon a post card was recently recelv ed by State Librarian Frank Kavanaugh- Mr Kavacaugh says that he would like to have every Kentuckian whether a resident of the state or not to send him- a toast The best one will be selected to- go on the post card A subterranean fire which has been burning in Buttonhole Knob between SOuth Park and Brooks Station in Jefferson county has led to the discovery- of coal sulphur and oil in paying quan titles in that section A fire was started I by a forest blaze and it can not be exIinguished Already a hole 12 feet wide f at its outlet leas been burned into the ground In making mention of the move in- Mt Sterling to have an oldtime county fair in Montgomery county this fall the Owingaville Outlook truthfully says The citizens of Montgomery county met in the court house at Mt Sterling and committees were appointed to work up an oldfashioned county fair for Montgomery If the citizens of Mt Sterling and Montgomery county could ever agree on anything Icng enough tn make a success of it there would be much rejoicing among the angels in heaven We hope they will get to re juice this time A preacher was called upon reo tautly to tell a dying man that the end was near He said nothing bout repentance or boll i ho told the man ho was about to go on along jourmy and that at its end ho would meet all the good friends who had gone before Ho must not he afraid he told him i all would be well And the man died with a pleasant smile on his faceII The incident is an illustration of the great change in sentiment Two generations ago the preacher would have talked brimstone to the man about to depart Atchi son Kan Globe j The Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borno the signature of f and has been mndo under Ills per sonal supervision since Its Infancy S Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Jnstnsgood arc but Experiments that trlflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorln Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago 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 tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving 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cavalry from Fort Abraham Lin coin to scout In the north and north west of the Black Hills and to return through the Black Hills back to his post At the same time he sent Colonel Anson Mills from the department of the Platte leaving the Union Pa cHic railroad at Rawlins Wyo on an expedition to scout the Swectwatcr country the Big Horn basin and Big- Horn mounttln country and to return by way of the Powder river country back to his department I was sent to guide Colonel Anson Mills expedition The two commands one under Custer and one under Mills came within com municating distance In eastern Wyom ing on the Powder river the two com mending officers and scouts meeting nnd holding a consultation This coun try was then comparatively unknown except to the scouts hunters and trap persMills marched from Rawlins to Independence Rock on the Sweetwater river where he made a supply camp and left his wagons General Custer continued on through the Black Hills exploring It In every hole and corner and then returned to Fort Abraham Lincoln This meeting of the two commanders was the last time I ever saw the general It was on Custers expedition through the Black Hills that the old timers assertions of Its wealth In gold were confirmed and practical ly demonstrated Therefore although the governments Intention was to keep out Invaders of this section many of the first being arrested by the mill tary the efforts were a failure for the rush became so great as to render It Impracticable to arrest It This brought about Irritation on the part of the Indians During 75and 76 the whole Dakota nation the most power ful Indians and their allies listened to the harangues of Sitting Bull and other medicine men to prepare to go on the warpath to gather their best horses and secure all the ammunition and long range rifles they could General Sheridan In view of the situation and the gathering of war riors in the northwest commenced massing the United States troops In The scouts reported to General Ouster that they had teen tepees the different departments adjacent General Alfred Terry who was In command of the department of Dakota and the station at Fort Snelllng was to send the troops In his department to Fort Abraham Lincoln to take the field from there under the command of General George A Custer General John Gibbon who was In command of the department of Montana was to take command of the troops in his de partment move down the Yellowstone and form a junction with them Gen eral George A Crook in command of tho department of the Platte was or dered to take the troops from his de partment and proceed north by the way of Fort Laramie Fort Fetterman old Fort Itcno old Fort Phil KeatnyI This latter command was the one I accompanied It might be mentioned here that during the preparations cer tutu scandals in the construction de partment of the government both for army and Indian supplies had attract ed consnsiwisJ attention ao 3DtenII threatutac to Dnodre UonalJJ L taA I n SOMSC closely connected with the CnestlgluloueWashington to give testimony This thentruth that it brought him into dls favor and when he returned to his post he found that the command of the main expedition was taken from him and that he was assigned to his own regiment simply while General Terry was ordered to take supreme command To a soldier with his rec ord to a man of his sensitiveness this humiliation was deeply felt and no doubt was one of the many causes that warped his judgment at a time when It was most needed General Terry showed his sympathy and con fidence in him niter the Indian trail was discovered when he ordered him to take his regiment with ten days rations ammunition and private scouts along with Charlie Reynolds Bloody Knife and others and take the trail and follow It He struck the trail and followed It at a rapid pace on the 23d and 24th of July At this point the trail left the Rosebud and headed toward the Little Big Horn As the march had been very rapid the horses were tired and camp was made while preparations to start by 2 oclock in the morning to cross the divide which separated the two streams was de termined on At 2 oclock the regiment was again on the move with the scouts ahead and by daylight they had crossed the ridge The command was keeping in the ravine or canyons out of sight and moving as quietly as possible The scouts in advance came back and reported to General Custer that they had seen tepees or Indian lodges which was true but as it afterward turned out the tepees which the scouts had seen were three or four tepees that had been put up for smallpox pa tients away from the main Indian vil lageGeneral Custer divided his command into three parts taking five companies himself Major Reno with five compa ales and Colonel Btntcen with two companies to bring up the rear with the pack train Major Reno was or dered to march straight on to the Little Big Horn while Custer would move obliquely oil to the right making a deItour of some seven or eight miles and striking the Little Big Horn at whatI he supposed would be the lower end of the Indian village while Reno was to strike It from the upper end Cus ter was to work up the river And Reno down while Reno was to keep on com ing down the river until he Joined with Custer and Benteen was to follow up with the pack train As near as we know Reno struck the Indians a little before Custer did and of course he as well as Custer was surprised at the Immenso size of the village There were ten times more Indians in this village than was Indl cated by the Indian trail which they had been following up the Rosebud It is a fact that the Indians whom they were following had just at this point and at this time joined the main band of Indians in camp on the Little Big Horn The principal chiefs among thelIndians of course were Sitting Bull Gall Crazy Horse Itam ln the Face Little Big Man Grass and many others At first the Indians were taken com pletely by surprise for they were so numerous that they had failed to keep scouts out at the usual distance and Ronos attack was the first that they saw of the soldiers Reno instead of charging held back when he saw the Immense numbers in front bis heart indeed failed him and abandoning audacity which is the true motto of the cavalryman though he failed to recognize it at this time he dismount ed to fight on foot In his first charge he was repulsed and as near as I have been able to learn It was only n weak one not on account of his offi cers or men but It was the lack of faith and confidence in himself that took away the vim and dash that the charge should have had Reno in looking over the situation preferred defense in preference to attack He recrossed the Little Dig Horn and took up a position on a bill where be dllly dallied around until the Indians taking courage at his apparent weakness made the fight on him all the fiercer Most of the men that he lost were lost while crossing tho Little Big Horn In retreat so as to get into the bluffs on the east side Major Reno although having a good civil war record through his inde talon in the emergency on this oc toslon seemed to have completely lost toIdUrly Intelligence The Indiana us was afterward learned were com pletely taken by surprise and the great war chief Gall personally directed the attack on Reno and was making prep arations to surround him on the hill evidently unaware of Custers proxim- Ity on the other side of the village This shows what could have been dune had Reno charged onward and kept this greatest of the war chiefs occu pied instead of thus permitting him to leave a few men to threaten Reno while be concentrated his warriors on the other side of the village against frolllJ I anti bring the packs hnd caused that gallant officer to hasten but overtnk ing Reno who outranked him be was ordered to join his demoralized forces nnd was compelled to obey The lat let thought that the two commands combined which numbered 400 men would soon take measures to got into action But the appeals of such officers as Bentccn Weir French mid others to lead on were without avail The last seen of Custer as he start ed into the ever to be remembered bat tie of the Little BIg Horn was when he went over the ridge and waved his hat in salute to the other commands Custer making a wide detour to fall on the rear of the village or what he thought was the rear immediately struck a very strong band of Indians led by Chief Gall They had crossed the river nt n point where they were concealed by n large ravine and got on Custers flank and so astute had been Chief Galls arrangements that be found himself attacked in front and on all sides Cus ters first charge was successful until he saw the immensity of the village He saw tha It was a city Instead of a village There being a high bill a half They all died In the proper military formation mile back from the Little Big Horn Custer decided to take this as n stand point He sounded the recall and tried to make this bill lIe bad to turn his back while doing so The Indians are never so brave as when they get any ones back to them On their retreat to the hill half of his men were killed The rest took up positions but the In dians being so elated at killing so many of his men from the Little DIg Horn up to the hill and the failure of Reno to attract the Indians continual ly coming down the Little Dig Horn almost all the fighting Indians concen trated on Custer and fought him to deathFighting desperately to gain a point higher up no doubt he was however compelled to dismount hte men and act on the defensive Unable to ad vance or retreat and probably unwill ing to do so he must have based his actions on the diversion that the other commands vould make Steadfastly believing this from later Indian acv counts they fought coolly hoping and expecting for reenforcements which never came but succeeded In keeping up the fight for some time The In dians well armed and in overwhelm- Ing numbers circling and riding at speed kept up a continuous and ef fectlve fire while skirmishers and marksmen crawled through the grass picking off officers In the meanwhile Reno was still lying on time hill al though they could hear the reports of firearms below and notwithstanding that Benteen Weir French and others continued their appeals and that the echoing volleys cried for assistance he remained there until all wile silent the Indians eventually killing Custer and everyone of his gallant baud Reno was kept annoyed by the savages until the arrival of General Terry and Gib bons command while on the second day the Indians set fire to the grasses to cover their movements with smoke and drew off Afterward a visit to the battle scene told the story of Cusjorn last battle showing that every one had at least done his duty and though deIfeated was not disgraced They all died in the proper military formation every officer nt his post and every nllllIIn line Custers body was found nUll although all the others were mutilated or scalped his body seemed to baeI been untouched except by his death wounds this being a tribute from the savage foe to his courage and gallan try His brother Captain Tom nnd his brother in law Captain Calhoun with a nephew were among the slain making an unusual family uflllctlon The bodies of all the officers were found with the exception of Dr Lord Lieutenants Porter Harrington and Bturgtoa and some ten men The tat ters fate has never been known whether they were captured and tor tured or whether their bodies hall been thrown into the quicksands near the bed of the Little Big Horn It Is not clear the only certainty being that they were dead Two hundred and twelve bodies were burled on the till the losses to the regiment being In two days 205 killed and 52 wounded 60 per cent of the command CrampsY1Thousands of ladies suffer agonies every month If you do stop and think Is it natural Emphatically and positively NO Then make up your mind to prevent or cure this needless 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