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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t itt 7iflj W =rj f liL r lIP ii1f tf l THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDp EstablahedMarch 4 1886 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell 0 c 0 PEN-OERnWndOPERltonTheOwner Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advance TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 15 1905 NUMBER 42 Lexington and Eastern Railway 4 Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 xy WEST BOUND Noi I STATIONS Sunday es ljoSjNo6 AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am I 2 20 pn 700 am- OK Junct 6 15pm 2 25 pui 70onm Beattyve Jc 7 07 aw 3O pm 754 am Torrent i l 7 30 am 3 41 pm 81511m Nat Bridge 7 45 am 3 6 pm 826 am Campton Jn 7 48 am 3 b7 pis 828 am Stanton 8 16 am 4 26 pm tb4 am Clay City 8 26 am 4 35 pm 902 am LEJuncn 900am b 07pm W03am Winchester 9 12 am 5 20 pn 1012 am Lextonar I 65 am 6 05 pw 1025 am- y EAST BOUND No2 tS No4 STATIONS n Dally andDaily ex a SundaySunday PM LyeAMLye2 25 pini 0 Lexington Oi 7 3b am 2 S8 pm 20 Wlncheter 20 8 13 am 2 48 pm LJoJunction 8 26 pm 3 5011W 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am- a 68 pm 44 lItanton1 44 I loam 4 30 pini Campton Jnntnji 0 38 pm 435 pm 67 Nat Bridge 87I 9 43 am 4 47 pm 82 Torrent I 56 am 5 10 pm 70 lleattyveJc am 6 05 pm 90 OKJuncn 7011017 am It 10 JIm 94 Jackon am CONNECTIONS L E JUKCTION 1 ruins Nos 1 and will make connection with the C ORy for Mt Sterling CAMPION JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky tor Pine Ridge and Camptou BKATTYVLLE JUNCTION Trains No 2 will make connection at Beattyville June with the L and A hallway for passengers to and from Beattyville OK JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local stations on the O K Railway W A McDOWELL General Manager OflA8dUOTT Gen Pass Agent Olioo mtnii Bailwajja- rlimeTable May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND No 33 IK r No21 Dilly ex = STATIONS DallYlex Sunday S a Sunday PM ABB 0 27 PMABB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 i 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22N Wilhurat 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 MNo22DallYlu = STATIONS Daily ex Sunaya r Sunday AM LVK PMLvg 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wllhurit 20 151 I 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 t 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 + NOB 21 and 22 will make cloie connecttoi tJratO K Junction with Not 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY Superintendent mountain OBtfil1 Inallroad No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mCampton1180 a m- 2OOp mCampton OOOpm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampn JunclO 05 am- a 80 pmOampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that be carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away t the dead in decent style jTSpecial caskets supplied on 24 f 11 hours notice finent made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c C UO- SENotary SEWELL 4 Public STILLWATER KY Ofleri his professional cervices to citizens of Wolfe caucty sad solicits the PatrOIUll of Ell ezeepteOree 1 I JJ r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority ofour readers especi ally distant friends CAMPTON 0George Halsey of near Mt Ster ling was iu town recently Oliver Kauh has been on Still water looking after the interests of his fathers form- Commonwealths Attorney Kelly Kash was in town last week en route to Frankfort The Methodist quarterly meet ings conducted by Rev E L Southgate closed Sunday night with a large crowd Gardening is the important thing of the day at this place Everyone or nearly so have onions peas btans etc out It is reported that Dr D H Kash is having a nice practice at Jackson We hope that he may continue to be blessed with a good practiceJonas Campbell one of the old est citizens of our town died Fri day morning April Oth Mr Campbell was a good old man liked by everybody He leaves a widow and several children to mourn his loss There was another killing near Campton Sunday evening Golf Profflt being killed by an unknown party The coroner and other of ficers of the town were summoned this morning to hold an inquest over the dead body It is reported that the oil well on the Trace fork of Stillwater owned by Spencer Marshall is dry It is not known where the next well will be put down but probably pome where in the surrounding neighborhood Mr and Mrs D B Redwino and their two girls Elsie and Isabelle arrived in our town last Saturday on the night train Judge Red wine went to Irvine Monday to attend Circuit court while Mrs Red wine and two girls will visit Capt W L Hurst for a few weeks April 12 OKAY Words to Freeze the Soul Your son has consumption His case is hopeless These ap palling words were spoken to Geo E Blevens a leading merchant of Springfield NO by two expert doctors one a lung sp eo i a 1 lisi t Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discovery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he was us 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 50c and 100 at all dealers Guarantee satisfac tion Trial bottle free LACY CREEK o spentSundayClyde Haney was a visitor at our Sunday school Sunday after noon J B Hollon went to Holly on business Saturday and returned the same day Mort Wilson of Grassy creek passed through here Sunday en route to Stilwater Miss Golden Trimble spent Sat urday and Sunday with her grand father Nelson Maloney Walter Maloney and wife wore guests of his father Newton Ma lonoy and family Sunday Mrs Southey Lacy and Nannie Trimble were guests of Jim Combs and wife Sunday afternoon J C Trimble attended singing school at Daysboro last Saturday night and reports a large attend anceThe placeiscreased attendance Let the good work go on Jack Salley visited his grandmother Aunt Juda Wills who is making her home with Sebron Trimbld 3anday April 12 BKRTir 1 k TO CORRESPONDENTSMail your items early so they will reach our office morningMondayIfnot be published uuleca of unusual Im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only STILLWATERo Rebecca Edwards is confined to her room with la grippe William Faulkner and Taylor Swango went to Maytown Sunday Loss Shull of Devils creek call ed to see the writer Friday on businessRev Isaacs preached at Still water bridge Saturday night to a good sized crowd Leonard Tutt said he would go to St Louis Mo about the 18th with a view to locating Saturday last S M Brewer of Trent sold to Bud Brewer of Still water a 2yearold horse for 70 Boone May who is traveling for a Lexington grocery house passed through here Saturday eL route home W H Manker of West Liberty who is traveling tor a hardware firm called on the merchants of this section Friday Wm Faulkner who goes by the name of Never Sweat Bill has been raising coal for G W Salley on S C Roses farm Prudy Brown wife of Asa Brown died last week at their home in Pomeroyton Besides her husband she Ileaves an infant child Arthur Kash and Miss Emma Wells and Cleveland Chambers and Miss Lizzie Combs attended church at Stillwater Sunday Jackson Tntt preached an able and interesting sermon at Still water church Sunday to a large and attentive congregation Sun daySuperintendent W H Cham bers went to Hazel Green last Fri day to look after some business matters connected with the public schoolsW Chambers informed your correspondent that on Wednesday night of last week a lot of dogs broke in on his flock of sheep and killed 11 of his nicest ewes He expects to recover damages from the county Miss Caroline Taylor was visit ing Mrs S C Roso Friday Miss Taylor has heen teaching in the public schools for a number of years and has a record behind her as being a good instructor and a pleasant instructor The writer received a letter from Charley E Rose Farmer City Ill in which it is stated that they are done sowing oats and are busy preparing the soil for corn He says the roads are good and dry and the winds very high- S C Rose will go to Farmer City Ill in a week or ton days to visit his brother J D Rose and family On his return he will be accompanied by his mother who has been in Illinois for the past 7 months recuperating her health She writes that her health has greatly improved and now desires to return to her Kentucky home April 12 DOMINGO Id Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut off said M L Bingham of Princeville Ill but youll die from gangrene which had eaten away eight toes if you dont said all doctors Instead ho used Bucklens Salve till wholly cured Its cure for ec zema fever sores boils burns and piles astound the world 25c at all dealers HALFWAY 0Thu singing school at Daysboro conducted by Rev Frank Tones has closed Rev Frank Jones of Demund preached at Daysboro church last Sunday night Will Alexander recently bought a farm near Neola from Harrison Wilson for 2500 Rev Bioknell of Hazel Green preached at the Oldfield school owe Thursday night Je eie Arnott and Mattie Rose RG u spont a pleasant Sunday at the homo of alloway Sebastian Charley Cnskoy last week bought a fine yoko of steers from Jimmie Wilson of Daysljoro price not knownMrs America Alexander wife of S C Alexander of Daysboro who has been on tho sick list for some time is up and doing Uncle Tom Caskey had the mis fortune of being thrown from horse recently and receiving a painfuli I injury on tho leg Charles Caskey a merchant of this village says he will move hi stockof goods in the near future to Laurel where he has a store Richard Tester of Murphy fork has been engaged to work on the farm of Harlan Nickell near this place Goodbye Murphy fork belles goodbye Any one wishing to hear sweet singing and playing on the organ can inspire its beauties by nassing tho home of Harlan Nickell Miss Roxio Nickell iis tho star performer Miss Minnie Fallen and brother Carl Willie DaVIS and Younger Davidson spout Sunday at the home of Miss Roxie Nickell to hear her piny on the organ and sing some choice songs April 12 POT CASTOR IIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughs Dears the- Blgnataro of STAMPER BRANCH u Farmers are getting along with their work in this section James Stamper and wife were in Hazel Green Friday shopping GeorgE Brooks visited his moth er on Gillmore last Thursday Mrs TJG Stamper who has been on the sick list is convalesc ing Charlie Stamper visited his sigI tar Mrs Fannie Brooks Saturday nightLizzie and Howard Coldiron were guests of Mrs Tom Stamper Sat urday night George Brooks bought a cow from Tom Stamper paying 8250 for tho same Mort Stamper and family spent Sunday with his fatherinlaw Dennis Hollon Centers it Phillips now have their mill in operation and grind every Saturday Tom Stamper bought a cow and two linn red hog from Steve Rose at a private figure Nick Centers who is working at Centers it Phillips mill is board ing with Ton Stamper James Stamper and daughter Miss Lillie took dinner with D B Tyra and family Sunday- A J Hughes was in this section quying stock and bought a cow from George Brooks for 22 Sowoll C Rose of Stillwater passed through here Thursday last and took dinner with L G Stam perMrs Fannie Brooks and two daughters Beulah and Ora took dinner with Mrs Drew Stamper and family Sunday Miss Stella Clark who is attend ing H G A visited her grandpa rents George Stamper null wife Saturday and Sunday Mrs Taylor Booth who was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Dennis Hollon several days re turned homo Sunday JolT Phillips who has been sick for quite a while is improving nicely and is at present visiting his sister Mrs Drew Stamper James Stumper and daughter Lillie attended church at Still water Sunday nod report a good sermon and large congregation James Stamper went to Ca tpton Saturday to nerve Dr Taylor Cen ters goods to Iltizol Green where the doctor will nwko his home again Fred Stamper and David Cold iron wero delightfully entertained at the homo of Miss Lillio Stam per Sunday night with some line musicApril t12 SPRTXOTTME h LEE CITY i u dotlooking after his store at this place- T P Taylor tho bookkeeper for passedthrouhis home in Jackson- It is thought by the old men bore that our peaches are all killed ane I thaR B Rose has quit the black smith shop and gone to work for sayss shopIwork C F Garinger has been shippin- out some ties this week and has been buying them right Bring iin your ties buys and get some money to spendBorn to the wife of Bruce Banks of Taulbee a tenpound boy r a very severe attack of puerperal eclampsia Dr Tames H Dunn officiating The trustees of school division No1 completed the census report of their various subdistricts took them to Hazel Green and file them with the county superintend ent Asa Rose who has been contem plating on going west has about abandoned the idea and we think that he is going to remain with us as our agent for the 0 K rail roadIt seems from the fresh plowed soil that there will be lots of oats and grass in this section of the country there being more grass sown in this section than there has been for many years Mrs Clarence Pratt of More head is in this vicinity visiting her father Clay Rose and sister Ha ney Lewis She says her husband has contracted for another job and would not be back With us for quite awhile if ever April 12 LILUE Asa Henry was in town Friday and Saturday Kelly Arnett was in town Satur day on business C F Cecil and wife attended church hre Sunday Calla and Jessie Rose were at Helechawa Monday shopping ElBa Bryant who has been low with consumption is improving Edward Oney was a guest of his sister Mrs A A Duff Sunday Curtis Addie and Calla Rose at tended church here Sunday night Stephen Wilson and wite passed through here Saturday en route to- W H Roses Albert Gregg Dennis Elam and Mart Garinger went to Vaucleave Sunday to paly ball and report a good time April 12 RAINDROP IINSKO 0IWilliam W bon of Belknap was in this vicinity Saturday- L C Elam and wife were at Ne ola a few days since shopping- J L Burkhart attended church at Salem Saturday and Sunday Rev W H Elam made a busiI ness trip to West Liberty tho other daySeveral people in this commun ity have the mumps whichseem to be hurting them Kelson Risner bought a horse ofI Rev W IL Lacy a few days since for a consideration of 00 Mr and Mrs Noah Murphy vis ited M M Perkins in Magofiin county Saturday and Sunday- H P Davis bought a nico milch cow from Harry Terril a few daysII ago for a consideration of 80 Leonard Patrick will move his mill to White Oak thin week where he has a largo boundary of timber to sawH R Crase while working at a saw mill a few days ago accident l ally cut a gash in his head measur I fug about two and one half inches H P Davis barn caught fire from a null near by the other day and was completely consumed by i the flames after all attempts toI save it- Revs Leborn Lykins of Malone j Cityandj j I some very interesting sermons at this place Sunday J April 12 Tf MAYTOWN 0 Fine weather for farming Wick Childers is on the sick list at this writing Mrs C P Dennis was calling on her sister Mrs Emma Kash of Valeria Sunday Bruce Nickell was entertained andeMr and Mrs Edgar McNabb were guests of the latters parents Mr and Mrs R A Childers Mr and Mrs V C Bryant were visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs C P Dennis recently andscolling r SundayMrs Frances Little of thisii ofr Jt is dangerously illili Misses Ollie B Phipps and Mag ir1 rThursdnchased herself a new white dress ddWard schoolhouse Sunday morn fug and they reported a good meeting i Miss Alice Nickell and Buford Bartley of Ezol wero married at parentsMr Y Blackwater Heres wishing them a happy and prosperous life t April 12 SNOWDROP CANNEL CITY 0IM L Conley is at Lexington this week on business Hubert Gambill spout Friday I IinessI is in our midst this week doing t some church work jBessie Lyons and Albert Fugate were married last Thursday at the home of the brides parents Mrs Harry Vaughn was called to the bedside of her daughter Miss Florence Vaughn at Lexington Will Vance ot near this place 1 met with the misfortune of his residence burning last week The loss is estimated at 2000 Ho carried no insurance Great preparation is being made for the close ot the Graded school at this place which will occur on May 1 Three nights entertain youngladiesApril 12 ETHEL Up Before the Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pittsfield Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for goodfamilywithout them For chills con stipation biliousness or sick head ache they work wonders 25 at all dealers CONSOLATION 1 0 Sam H Elam was at Insko last ThursdaytSam H Elam lost a nice cow re cently which valued at 30 Tommie Walters was in Magoffm icounty a few days recently Mrs Courtney Barker visited at Trent Saturday and Sunday- W R Taulbee bought an organ from Al Dye of Hazel Green for 85 Miss Nannie Barker of Trent visited relatives at this place last Sunday Larkin Sparks and family of Hazel Green were visiting at this place Sunday April 12 MONK Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often hap pens because a careless boatman warninggrowing tures warnings a r ekiud That dull pain or ache inthe back warns you the kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal maladies dropsy diabotesor Bright diseases 1 Take Electric Bitters at once and see backache fly and all your best 1 feelings return After long snf faring from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankenship ofi1Belk Teun Only 50o at all deal 1 I Iy cc fxalM C tiM1 f ct 1r T THE HERALD OIIot1I SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY April 15 1900 WOLFE COUNTYOOJJRT DIRECTORY WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT I JAMKS P ADAMS Judge KKIIY KAMI Coiuiiiutiwenlthii Attorney I n HoUov Clerk Meets third Jlomlnj in January lirst Monclny In Mar third Monday In Septcm her WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER luJgc 011 STAMPER County Atturney JtoiiKOT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday In each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday In April first Tuesday in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District o IC M Fallen third Friday I1J J anil Decem sberDistrict No 2 Robert Hrooks fourth Friday 1 in February May August and XoJJ vember District No 3S F Allen second Friday i in February May August and November District No iI IL JegR tint Friday in I March May August and November District No 51 C Hollon second Fri day In March Jute September and De cember District No aRoy Hurst third Friday In February May August and XovemberII District No iII T lichen fourth Fri day in March June September and De I cember District No 9J M Lovelace first FrlI day in February May August and No vember t DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY For County JudieuW D1UJ1F for County Court Clerki L CARROLL For Circuit Court Clerk J C JINUON For Sherifl=GEOKUK V SALL1Y I SAiIPLEIl f For JuilerJ C1 UTTIE f For Co Snpcrlnteiu entJ VTAtLBEE For Surveyor E CHl ECU i For Coroner J HANK SAMPLE K MORCAN COUNTY rorCircuit Judge 32nd District J D HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32- mlDIstrlctJOJlX M1 WAUGH For County JutlgeI C tEIJGUSOX For County AttorllcJ P HANEY For County ClerkJ11SEBASIIAN For Superintendent T N BARKER For Circuit Clerk It 31OAKLEY- tt For Sheriff u n BROWN For Jailer HC COMB- SWHITKEMPLINFor Assessor For CoronerZACII HANKY S For Surveyor MPTURNER THE CARNEGIE HERO MEDAL Not long ugo THE HERALD noted f inits local columns the rescue of the editor from a watery grave in the tawny flood of the Red river by two hbroic ladies of this town Mrs Emma Evans and Mrs Ada Kash It was suggested in the article that in addition to the sin core thanks of the editor the ladies should have a Carnegie medal for heroism Our able and dis tinguished contemporary theNe York Sun which is published iin Mr Carnegies home town has 10 ported the story on its editorial page under the heading Kentuck Candidates for the Carnegie HeroI Medaland as Mr Carnegie al ways reads The Sun and I it highly we should not be at allI surprised if a couple of medal- were I received in Hazel Green erelong I But dont we get anything for falling in and giving the ladies a chance to pull us out The Hazel Green Oil and Gas Co are continually and continuously complaining of the waste of gas by the consumers Reversing th old saw Saving at the spigot and wasting at the bunghole is so ap plicable that we must needs use it For instance In a few instance- called to mind where a kick was made because a light was burning in daylight while in one case tho gas from tho main stem in the reg ulator was escaping continuously for several hours A numher of times the samo thing has occurred but wo have never mentioned the affair However when complaint is made on the Penny wise and pound foolish principle it is time to calla halt One time for 48 con secutive hours the gas escaped from the regulator near TUB HERALD of fice continuously and that com jjaccountwith the light case woul for more wasted gas than I Jill that has been wasted by the consumers since tho line was first fonstractod THERE has recently beent so llCll1 aeroplaneslorof this paper is reminded ofone that was constructed in in the late 10s or earl LexingtonI was built in the old Briton factory on Water street and constructed Ion the line of the American eagle Its weight was several tons and when steam its propelling powor was applied it literally flapped the life out of itself Ono who wa present at the trial told the editor of this paper 40 years ago that had not the machine been strongly cabled it would have torn the roof off tho foundry We forget who the man was that conceived the idea and constructed the ma chinery but while ho mastered the propelling power he failed to I counteract with a governor Mr Vaughn who recently retired from the L X shop can probably tell all about it Anyhow there is n whole lot of unwritten history about Lexington that splice writers could build up to some advantage It is not generally knows for in- tance that before Fulton started his steamer on the Hudson Prof Barlow of Lexington propelled a boat in Town branch and the model was destroyed during the civil war In many instances correspond ents have their letters delayed and sometimes entirely omitted be cause of addressing them to individuals connected with the office If all correspondents will bear in mind to address their letters Special Correspondence to TilE HER ALT Hazel Green Ky there will be no delay Sometimes when lot ters come addressed to an individ ual the party may bo sick or ab sent and tho letter is laid aside When addressed to the office there is always some one on hand to at tend to the business From a number of our exchanges we note the people of the towns have set aside a day when every body turned out and gave the streets and alleys highways and byways a thorough cleaning Why not have a general cleaningup day in Hazel Green Who will take the lead in this sanitary work The AYP Exposition SeattleApril 10 Kentucky will participate in the AlaskaYukon Pacific exposition at Seattle this summer and is prepared to make a creditable showing at the great Pacific exhibition Edward M1 Flexner chairman of the Kentucky exposition commission recently appointed by the governor is in Seattle to make arrangements for participation at the fair While it will not be possible for Ken tucky to undertake anything in wthe way ofa state buildingor very much in the line ofa very large state exhibit funds be ing raised by private subscription oryganizations throughout assures excellent representation at Seattle for this grand old com southsCommissioner Flexuer is ar thesexhibit palaces on the grounds and Kentuckys display will no doubt be given a prominent location in he agricultural building This ttructure has a frontage on the sascades and geyser basin the cen tral ornamental features of the fair Tho space will also provide a room to be used as a headquar ters for visitors oxe hibit reaches Seattle the fair will he complete to the smallest detail On March 1 the exposition was more than 95 per cent complete ares1now busily engaged in completing a few remaining buildings and add ing the finishing touches to the landscape features The exposi tion is now called the fair that is ready in Seattle For all of the larger exhibit buildings are complete and the government is just completing a group of handsome structures at the head of the cas cades Dialogue in Song In a certain Georgia town the Presbyterian and Methodist churches are quite near each other Some one passing between the two churches on prayer mooting night indsong Presbyterians = Will there be any stars in my crown when at evening the sun gooth down Methodists answered in fall cho rnsoJnotune No not one 4 An Old Debt We wonder how many citizens of I Kentucky are aware that Kentucky may bo called upon to repay the Government nearly a million and a half of dollars Wo presume those who keep themselves partic nflfnirswhen we read it in an editorial iin tho Now York World which is as followsThe In Debt to the Government Twentysix States allof them Jlying East of the Mississippi river except Missouri and Arkansas are affected by Representative Mtir docks bill directing them to re turn the sums deposited with them by the United States Government out of its surplus revenues under the act of 1 880 For 70 years they have had the use of 28000000 without interest During Jacksons second torn propositions for distributing the public lands had been common and were followed bothers to distribute the revenues from that source In 18JJ5 it was estimated that for the following eight years there would be an annual surplus of 0000000 Calhoun was at the head of tho Senate committee which submitteed a plan for the distribution of this surplus revenue a proposal that Benton op posed on the ground that the money should be devoted to the national defenses Calhoun proposed that the sum be divided into as many shares as there were Senators and Representatives adding two for each Territory and the District of Columbia and that the shares bo nlloted on that basis Nothing came of tho Calhoun bill that year but in 18HO the Senate passed a similar measure both Clay and Webster supporting it The House was unfavorable to it but finally a compromise was agreed upon which provided in stead of a distribution of the sur plus that it be deposited with the States in proportion to the repre sentation in Congress to be return ed when Congress should call for it It was called a deposit with the States and the faith of the States was pledged for its return Only three installments were paid to the States as Congress suspended the deposit system in 1880 al though it provided that past de posits should remain with the State until otherwise directed by Congress The Murdock bill more ly puts into effect this last pro visionThe following amounts approxi mately were deposited with the States Maine 956000 Maryland 910000 New HamHuireW9OOU Vermont GC9 000 Mnssnchueetts 1338000 Connect icut S7050UO Rhode Island 382000 New York 4015000 reniiHylyania 2818000 New Jersey 705000 Ohio 007000 Indiana 860000 Illinois 4i8000 Michigan 87OOO Virginia 2199000 North Carolina 1444000 South Carolina 1051000 Alabama Gti9000 Louisiana 478000 Mississippi 382000 Tennesssee 1434000 Ken tucky 1434000 Missouri 382000 Arkansas 287000 Delaware 287000 Georgia 1051000 In most of the States these Gov ernment deposits have been ab sorbed in the general funds and disappeared New York however has kept a separate account of its deposits using the fund to make real estate loans through special commissioners in each county and turning the interest into the school und Lexington Herald Why Assessments Are Raised At a recent meeting of tbe State Board of Equalization Clark coun ty which hud been raised 5 per cent on land and town lots was re duced to the original assessment John Garner of Winchester a member of the board who was ex pluming why Jefferson couutyt assessment had been raised tenta tively said- According to the assessments as turned in Clark county with only about onetenth the popula tion and about ont twlJntiAth the wealth pays onehalf as much on diamonds as Jefferson county and Ill bet that I can name twenty people in Louisville each of whom has more diamonds than are own ed in the whole of Clarkcounty The deposits in the banks in Louis vine woro over fifty million of dollars according to the bank reports but the taxpayers turned in only 1600000 just about what the deposits are in one bank in Winches tor continued Mr Garner The only way we can reach these per sonal possessions is by raising the assessment on lands This auto matically raises the assessment on personality A brandnew Websters Inter national Dictionary 1009 edition and dictionary holder for sale Cost 15 will sell for 10 cash Call at TILE HERALD office Every literary society has for its foundation a littlo of the mental admiration idea Commercial Convention More than a hundred delegates have been named to attend the commercial convention to bo held in Louisville AprilI 23 The meeting will bo hold at tho Seelbach Hotel under the auspices of the Louis toIthet t have two sessions instead of one The first will bejin at 1030a m I mIhasucceptedIn invitation to bo present and speak Others who will make addresses are AttorneyG e nor a 1 James Breathitt and Senator Thomas A Crmbs ot Lexington who will speak on revenue and taxation J W Porter of Lexington who will talk of the Stall Development Association Prof Vi McConnthj of Louisville en county museum clubs J P Atkinson Burlington on foresty and Dr J H McCor meek of Bowling Green on the state health Fiveminute talks will be made by delegates present In tho evening thorn will be a banquet at whish informal talks will bo made by tho representative of the various counties Invitations sent out to this have advised delegates not to bring thoi dress suits as it is to bo a gathering of tho plain people Among the counties which have named representativos thus far are Anderson Ballard Barron Boone Breckenridge Carroll Cai fy Crittcndon Daviess Edmonsoi Elliott Estill Franklin Green Hart Hopkins Lyons Marion Monroe Montgomery Nelson Pu laski Spencer Trigg Trimble Washington and Woodford Coun ty judges and commercial clubs appoint representatives If you want a favor ofa friend ask for it straight and plain No amount of palaver in advance wlil make tho favor less easy to grant THE VERY BEST 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 fo 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 ia paper that exactly fits needs of a 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 hisi 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 fri volities of life and encouraged tto emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that As are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon eachweek ns preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcibleI reminder of the spiritual and tem poral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home I Other departments and features unaniImous verdict The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRER COMPANY Cincinnati O naI8 ODDorIunhlU I offer for sale my residence consist lag of sevenroom cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations In Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superior to anythin- of the kind in tbe country being fur lished with a complete outfit of tools and stock of materials and supplies also equipped with power and macuiucry Will sell all together or separately For further particulars cull on or ad dress JOHN H HOSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky Mrs KOU HAY Proprietor Beet table fare In Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and lighted by CM throughout and special ac ommodatlous to traveling men 0 JJ u n MILLINERY I was lietcl utmost our do Aside from l i n Hinurlly Downed 1 We have nn nice of net waists and voile skirts a ape j cialty A look will convince you and sec j i We ship in lots therefore pay better prices than others THOS SON in charge of this house now we pay CASH for wo buy Post Office Point J Twill Imake the of IIlfIlit my barn on head of the t Nickell Fork Grassy l mile north the old Caleb Nickell farm nt g6 to Insure living o F P WILSON Admr etc Plaintiff I vs I Notice of Sale- JOANXA WILSON etc Defendants II By virtue of n Judgment and Order of Side of the Wolfe Circuit court ren I deredat its January term 1001 in the above styled cause I skull proceed to offer for sale at the front door of the court bouse in the Town of Campion Wolfe county to the highest and best bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY the 3rd Day of MAY 1009 at 1 oclock p in or thereabout being the first day of the May term of Wolfe Circuit court and County court upon a credit ofsix nnd twelve months the described real estate tOWit IOne tract of land described in a deed from Shelby Risner and Martha Rianer his wife to Andy Wilson dated January IS 1UOC and recorded in Deed Hook 17 page 88 and Is bounded and described as follows Beginning nt the county road near this meek thence n west direction with Andy Wilsons line to the top of the hill thedco leaving Wilsons line with Win Lindens line tI- the head the branch to G A Nick ells line thence down the fork ridge with G MI Nickelli line to It M Wilsons line thence with said R M Wilions buck to the county mad thence with the county road to the be ginning 2Another trAct Iis described in deed from S J Wilson and to Andy Wilson dated October 521 1001 rued recorded in Deed Rook 17 page ISO and Is bounded and described as folloWH I Beginning at a stone near the thence across the branch to the of a small stream lo n stone I the top of toe point to a stone lowing the point to the ridge to Dunns line thence down the I Taulbees line the dividing from the chestnut oak down the point I M Wilson thence up through time mid die of the road to the beginning I For the purchase price the with approved surety or securities must execute bund bearing legal interest from ji the day of sale until paid und having the force and effect of a judgment Did Witne my hand as Master Commis sinner of the Wolfe Circuit court thisI the 8th day of February 1109 E T ROSE Master Com Wolfe Circuit Court By JJ D KOBE D 11 C W C C For headache Dr Niles AntiPain Pills Our collection of millinery se l with tin cure this spring flI1oUV curry the FAMOUS ACII TniMMEli HAIS mid thnt moms ibo very embod IniiiH of style to customers prcpiircd to so now having the lair vest line cIr carried before embracing 1ATTKliN HATH extremely modiste IIHADYTOWKAH in latest shapes FHAMKS with a fine selection of trimmings A com litp line of MISSES nnd OHIL DltKNs liKAUWKAU v Datose Your Inspection Solicited Carefulseleotlonatmudendetofinishreappear wllmtlujfJtceptlolially line Silks Call MISS FALAY LONG Hazel Green KyjWE WANT i- YOUR1T EGGS DURING MARCH APRIL and MAY carload can HidesOldHEINRICH are Remember everything HEINRICH TOOHEY NEOLA Shipping HELECHAWA 5rRA n Hl Iseason the of of Davsboro ellitbarren Commissioners Sale Kentucky following of said line wife IIprlllgI LelllldrI thenceg Itspurchaser promptly J stylishbeudwcnr rXTKIMMKI QpeOiH Hpnl9no ores giten special nucution with JUJ predator Money due when mare is pnrtfd with in liny way or bred to another hone or jack and lien retainedon colt until 8CII OIl money Iis paid This Jack is 14 12 hands high time list breeder in Morgan county and Is GrayJackI accidentsICOKOLUS OHAXEY Daysboro Ky FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything forll ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN II1 F HILLENMEYER do SONS LEXINGTON KY i Jp2TWrite for Free Catalog ufcjf 0W i2 Tnc Wincncstcr BanktVIXUlili8TER KY 5 tN H WmtKusiooN President Pahl op CnllInl I loo00000 Umllvlilfil rrnlllM i 11000000 if lluiiilitiiiiie Deposit of i I i 830000000 ItItlUursolicits the accounts of throughout traders and East bus 4 ern Kentucky and oUers Its customers every lalllity anti the moetllberal t legitimateyMrIl + r KfiLLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCSii WITH Dr Kings I New Discoveryii FOR ooOLDSSO I 1 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFAOXOB OP MONEY REFUNDED wJ PmtlJgNBXaOnKY IMvlIUCSENTINO THE JOSEPH G REED COwWholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits till trade of the merchants of Eastern Kentucky and puarunteea prices Mid quality of goods Hold orders for him r e 0 Q4 R r 4 1 u 3 I d Freefrom JJr Alcohol Since May 1906 Ayers Sarsaparilla has been entirely free from alcohol If you are in poor health weak pale nerv ous ask your doctor about tak ing this nonalcoholic tonic and alterative If he has a better medicine take his Get the best always This is our advice we oubliih our formulii ws bulih alcohol AouriedfefassgeTs 4A sluggish liver means a coated tongue a bad breath and constipated bowels The question is What is the best thing to do under such circumstances Ask your doctor if this is not a good answer Take laxative doses of Ayers Pills iI i Made by tho J C Ayer Co Lowell UIII a THE HERALD DKINK WAINSCOTTSROXA KOLA Dr C H Williams hal boon t confined to his homo for a week past by illness 1 Miss Nancy Sample the popular assistant postmaster has been on the sick list this week Rumor has it that the Beach Hargis case will bo called at Irvine next Monday April 19 liHoward James of Bushton lit C came in Tuesday to attend the bedside of his nephew Steve James O iF3T RZ1iBean theTMKind You Nato Always Boughtll- Blgnatnro 11 J ofJMrs Cleveland Mann of Dans spent last week with her mothers i Mrs Al Dye of this place and leftr for home Sunday d Dr Taylor Center who sometime f r rsincolocated at Campton to practice his profession had again re i turned to Hazel Green as his first loveMiss Katie Galt Miller who has been a visitor to our town on several occasionscame in Tuesday and will henceforth be a teacher in the academy For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot j five rooms in each house Apply at this office Will Ross a well known charac ter about town ran amuck Tues day afternoon and after smashing a showcase in J T Days store spent the night in Castle Rose I Al Dye well known around hero as carpenter contractor and build i er will leave some time this week next for Covington where hey 5 5orhas secured a situation for a year i or more I Bro Owsley the warhorse of Middlesboro will fill the appoint i ment of Rev Mr Ragan at the M f Sundayfnext and our readers to make a note of the fact ai A very prolix letter from A L Henry Tuttle Okla giving an ac count of the safe arrival of him self and wife at that place is unavoidably crowded out on account i of its extreme length and lack of space 1EThrough an oversight we llust weak failed to mention that ac cording to the program laid out the ladies of the cemetery association f together with a number of I willing workers cleaned up the city of the dead by clearing away l all the brush briers dead grass etc burning up the refuse and making tho cemetery take on the semblance of a beautiful park An interesting news letter from1 Daysboro was received this week but not knowing who the writer is h4as no name was signed according to our rule same is excluded If you want your correspondence published t sign your full name not for 1j 1 publicity but for authenticity elseI 0114 the communication will be con j signed to the waste basket ThisI I1 1holds true in all cases where theI riter is not personally known to iI lu- gi i a q w11a1r7 J IV I HouseCleaning Time Father dear father come honn with me now for ma has some car pet to beat j shes got all the fur uituro out in the road from thu r front door clear down to tho street The stove must come down and be put in the shed and the yard must be cleared of dry grass its time t to clean house and the deuce is tc I pay and the front window needs a t now glass Father door father I come home with mo now ant bring me some bologna and cheese j its almost twelve ocock anc theres nothing to eatIm so hun gry Im weak in tho knees Alljj the dinner well have will be scraps and such and well have to eat j standing too for tho table and chairs are all out in the yard i oh I I II wish spring cleaning was through Father dear father come home with me now for ma is as mad asI Turk j she say youre a lazy oldI thing and that she proposes tc put you to work Theres paint inn to do aud paper to hang and windows and casings to scrub for I its house cleaning time and youve 1 got to come homo and revel in suds and cold grub I A Worthy Family to LeaveII H J Derthick and his very estimable I wife will leave Tuesday next for Livingston Tenn where they will locate for the future That is the place where the new W B M school is to be locatedI and Mr Derthiok will work to build up that as he has to promote Hazel Green Academy While itI may be best for the interests of the C W B M the pEople generally in and about our town are selfish enough to wish that it were these two beloved people could remain with us It is with no in tent to flatter but the true feeling Df the people when we say that no two people ever left this town who will be more sincerely missed and ve have had some mighty good per pie go hence They carry with them the best wishes of our people and their children are perhaps is popular in their own class Steve James Very 111 Steve James the orphan son of imraio James and wife both of vhom died when ho was quite small vas taken with pneumonia Wednesday of last week He is rather delicate aud grave fears are enterI timed as to his recovery We believe we state the concensus of I opinion of the entire community vhen we avow that he has the sincere sympathy of every citizen inII town and the surrounding country vho knows him He is one boy off whom it can be truthfully said II He is as near perfect as boys ever grow to be Indeed orphan as he is everybody seems to be his friend and it is earnestly hoped hat he will pull through this trial for he sure has tho elements of m exceptional man when once he ully develops Will Have Now Depot The Lexington and Eastern rail road which is the natural outlet from this section to Winchester Lexington and other parts of the iluegrass and in fact to every part of the world is contemplating tinny improvements in the equipment of the road this summer moug the most important thus fur made public is the building of aI nea brick and concrete passenger depot at Winchester to take place of the ramshackle building low used for that purpose The new edifice when completed will be m ornament to Winchester and the finest on the entire line between Lexington and Jackson IGeorge Rice and Taylor Whaley have contracted with Cecil Bros to build their storehouse and began putting down foundation last week The building will be 28x50 feet with stone foundation on one side and heavy peeled locust post m the other The contractors have until July 1 won to complete theI york but without bud luck hopet to have it ready before that time S F Reynolds who has beenI visiting relatives and old friends inI Owslev county for a few days returned home Sunday Afternoon Ib r A social was held at the horn of Raleigh Cecil and wife on Gill more Friday night and among the amusements was candy pulling Misses Cora Murphy Bertha Rot e and Betty Cecil who wore participants sent the ditor and bis bettor seveneighths some of the toothsome caudy pulled by the pretty maidens present for which they have our thanks STATI OF Ohio CITY OF TOLFUOss ssLUCASFrank J Cheney makes oath that he IH senior partner of the firm of FJ Cheney Co doing business In the City of Toled County and State aforesaid and that sold firm will pay the sum of ONE IUINI ltK DOLLARS for each and every case of cn tarrh that can not be cured by the use iof Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CIIKNKY Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence this fith day ol December 1880 A W GLEASON SEAL Notary Public Hulls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testlmon als free F J CHUNKY Co Toledo lO Sold by all Druggists 7uc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation Rev Stephen Owsley the warhorse of Methodism who is well known in our town will preach at the 11 E church Saturday night Sunday morning and night A cordial invitation is extended to alland hearty a welcomew ill be given all who attend Hazel Green and West Libert ball teams crossed bats at Wes Liberty last Saturday with the score of 12 to 5 in favor of Haze Green boys A return game IB to be played in our town in the nea future but we have not learns the date Fairs in Kentucky So far as we can learn the fairs ocher uled for Kentucky during the preeen year are as followsIHenderson July 27 to 31 Madlsonvllle August 3 to 7 Danville August i to 7 BLUE GRASS PAIR Lexington Augm 3 to 14 Uniontown Angust 10 to 14 Harrodxburg August 12 to 14 Brodhead August 17 to 20 Larboursville August 18 to 20 Shepberdsvllle Angust 18 to 20 Tompkinsville September 1 to 4 Scottsville September 2 to 4 1 HAZEL GREEN FAIR Sept 6 to 10 Paris September 7 to 11 Scottsburg September 13 to 17 STATE PAIR Louisville Sept 13 to 18 Henry Cecil had the misfortune to lose a valuable work mule by death Saturday night and being sick in bed things lookvery gloomy to him just at present but he it getting some better and my yet discover that behind tne clouds the sun still shines The process of wearing out is a- very painful one The pains and ohes a man feels after he passes 50 never cease until they have laid rim in the grave In Five Minutes Take your sour stomachor iiaybeyoucall it Indigestion Dys epsia Gastritis or Catarrh of Itoraach i it doesnt matter take sour stomach trouble right with you to your Pharmacist andask him to open a 50cent case of apes Diapepsin and let you eat one 22grian Triangule and see if within live minutes there is left any trace of your stomach misery Tho correct name foryour troubles Food Fermentation food souring i the Digestive organs become weak there is a lack of gastric uice j your food is only half divested and you become affected with loss of appetite pressure and iillness after eating vomiting nausea heartburn griping in bowels tenderness in the pit of stomach bad taste in mouth constipa ion pain in limbs sleeplessness elching of gas biliousness sick icadache nervousness dizziness Led many other similar symptoms- If your appetite is fickle and nothing tempts you or you belch gas or if you feel bloated after tatiug or your food lies like a lump of lead on your stomach you can make up your mind that at he bottom of all this there is but one cause fermentation of undigested food Prove to yourself after your text meal that your stomach is at good as any j that there is nothing really wrong Stop this fermentation and begin eating what you want without fear of discomfort or MiseryAlmost instant relief is waiting for you It IS merely a matter of how soon you take a little Diapep sin slur111 i 2 t KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisel Chronicled While tearing down an old building 1In Lexington two laborers found an old Iron pot containing 8600 in gold and sllvc coinsNelson Bishop of Morgan county wh was sentenced to the penitentiary in Jun 1008 to servo two years for voluntaryI I manslaughter lies been granted by Governor Willson John Jones an Ohio county farmer iin tryini to rescue his little fuur year ol child from the coils of a large ritttlennxlc was bitten by the reptile and died mi hour later The child was not hurt While plowing in a field near Cropper Station in Shelby county Thomas Don oven a farm hand was struck by lightning and instantly killed Both horses he was driving were also killed At the local option election last wee Lloyd county and the city of Ashland went dry while Cattletsburg iu the same county went wet The drys will contest the Cattletsburg election In a fight over family troubles at the home of Curtis Bellew in Carter count Lewis Bellow a brother was shot nnd killed Curtis Hellew phot in the back and John Atkins shot in the hip Because he had a suit of clothes strip ped from him in u street car accident lit Frankfort F H Preston of Paintsvilli has brought suit against the Kentuck Traction Company for f5UOO damages J J Kennard aged 63 years committed suicide at his home in Mason count by shouting himself In the head with II shotgun He had been despondent for some time on account of suffering from a cancer lMcKee llrusof Woodford county wh bad in a GOacre crop of potatoes last yea will put in 176 acres this season The realized handsomely on last years crop and claim that it made them more none than tobacco at l10 cents Harry Halla section foreman nea Ashland was shot und fatally wounded by his wife He returned home unex pcctedly and found the house locked He then tried to force an entrance nni was shot Mrs Hall was arrested Because he thought he was paying loo much rent for a large farm he was culti vating near Thompson Stationis Clark Bounty Elmer Cook committed suicide jy blowing off the top of his head with ishotguu lIe leaves n widow and three children The jury in the case of James H Par lab president of the defunct Owensborc Savings Bank and Trust Company on I trial on the charge of accepting a depos It in a bank be knev to be insolvent reI urned a verdict of guilty and fixed lib lunishment at five years in the peniten iary G L Kirkpatrick and J Will Clay of Mt Sterling have leased the largo warehouse of Capt C H Perry which in onnection with their own warehouse will give Mt Sterling the largest tobacco rizing warehouse in Kentucky The apacitywill be 100 hogsheads per day direct on the cars without hauling At the regular April term of the ireatbitt Fiscal court Charles Terry former tremlrerwaselectedcounty tieaa urer by a vote of four to three one justice not voting over Dr A M Arnold Mr Terry agrees to do the work of the reasurers office without charge or ex pen e to the county A school tax of SU ents on the 8100 was ordered Judge Charles E Booe late clerk in the state auditors office who is serving a five years sentence in the penitentiary was taken before Franklin Circuit court and iven two more sentences of three and fhe years reepectively making thirteen ears iu all The other thirtyodd Indictment against him will be dismissed ounting behavior Booe will be a- free man in ten years Warden Mudd of the Frankfort penitentiary has under consideration a pris on reform which it is thought he will soon endeavor to have enacted into e law His plan is to have all prisoners under sentence of two years or less put to work on the roads while the long termers are kept at work inside the prison walls He thinks that under this plan Kentucky would soon have the finest roads in the country After an all night search for Ben Iranie an 18 year old nogro who at empted to criminally assault Miss Ruth Gee the 17yearold daughter of William Gee u prominent Trigg county farmer he was found and brought before the girl and her sister who identified him lie training the father from shooting him tho mob numbering nearly 300 took him to a tree on the Trigg and Christian county lute hanged him and quietly dis jjP erred If you want a flue razoras good you Gnu buy for icall this at IIas null got one for U We also ave a few watches good timekeepers that can be had for 1 each Dont wait until supply is gOIlP J 0 i h jniiii j- im ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT PreparatonfcrAsslmllatlng ling Ule Stornadls 1IId1Juoe1s of iL INFANTS I o oiiii Promotes DigestonQleerfulu bal ititnessandltestcontansnehour a 0 untMorphinenorMheraL NOT NARCOTIC Q I- tl mItlIjoo7ethU1tttIItm IStartmdttifeflSf ylir CtaaMStair ay 4i t1onSourStohDlar aWorms ColwulsimisFewrish ness lllUlLoss orSLEEP Ii Facsimile Signature of ctNEW YORK At 6 months old J5BOSES33CENTSt ee un Exact Copy of Wrapper A a W CASTORIA ForInfants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought I Thirty Year- sICASTORIAI 1 THC CertYC CC PANY rtlr YCal CITY j 0 KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hazt11 Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of LADIES SHtL1ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces fineDress Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspe- ctionCECIL BROS 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 Yard OUR FINE LINE OF SHOESand OXFORDS are uptodate and will astonish o- uIf You Dont See What You Want Call For It i ooro lo=7 = = =Jr 4MORGAN COUN- TYNATIONAL 1 i BANK I OF CANNEL CITY Kymm 2500000tjr rfi lt J l UNDIVIDED PROFITS r J tDEPOSITORYt rHi f M L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice iJONES Cashier PreJir ritCUSTER1 P = =+ = = = rTC1 I Money to Burn 1If 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 bo ready for you when needed deposit it with us A baukJJ account will give you a better business the community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our 1 books we will be pleased to see it there beforo I the close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK Ij 1 a 4yj dr i1 i i v m k w etd rttvf lI d w TJ1wi 0 i Jt tn r r It t4 Rheumatic t Painsti My mother is a great suf ferer from rheumatism and Dr Miles AntiPain Pills is the only remedy that relieves her MRS G DAVENPORT Royccfield N J i The pains of rheumatism arc almost invariably relieved with Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They also overcome that nervous irritation which prevents sleep be cause they soothe the nerves To chronic suffers they are invalu able When taken as directed they relieve the distress and I save the weakening influence of 5 5pain which so frequently pros r tratcs Many sufferers use them i whenever occasion requires with the greatest satisfaction why 1 n not you They do not derange the stomach nor create a habit Why not try them Get a pack age from your druggist Take it I according to directions and if t it does not benefit he will return I your money REVOLVING S11tON4hEAVYLE WIIITL ep RRIC S SIN FiN Ca r DE KALBILL KANSAS CflVHO rjj I UNION LAWN FENCE i i w II I II a Li II J II U U II Costa very little proves von aatis for lawns door yards carI make fencing for lawns f Jtitifactors catalog field FENCE hog and CO poultry H j I III KaniM City Mo ELICT1tlCIANla 1 MECHANIC1 jteomlC for electricity everybody the sciencelnd how to pnaANDpie copy free If you name I this paper 11Wa year Sampson Pub Co + t Beacon SU Sato Uli Photoernpliy literati j everybody AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY leaches It Belutiful pictures month i LphotographyL PHOTOy pt GEORGE RICE l i t UNDERTAKERHAZEL t I have several Hue Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have t A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when tisorequested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE TretesremareMetall rauernodlnthVnhed Suit thin of w otbei maka o l P ivTbi Leo account ol llitir Wyk ICCVICI Snd impluitr Mcnlle llanztoeThueenof rahlonhast- i otine On titianuhsuibeethuuiynllatr ua0cente Latest c r numberAcent tyryboUIIIoruaMcC1ll Free iulotriw today 1lorA Agent Sauted 1100liioi pmlumr- i 1 11cub emmieein PanemtuofI two d lienI and Premium Cjlllc u iho inf 41 a premium t t free AmlrrasTltgltcCALLCONwvotki O H WILLIAMS DR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY I 0Ten his profetttooal serviced to the cttl zen of HM Green xod surrounding coun try and will anwer all call dDiatBtiol0 lot kId danef ft3ieeaRaek r Lmi AN ARMY MANS CLOSE CALLB- Y BUFFALO BILL iraOM THUE TALES OF TOE PJAIIft oorrmmyriaoaivf WILLIAM r coov NK of tae inn t liirllllnR per O satin cspcr1 ITS tit I ever 1h1I1I via ttat of IItutenaft De Iluillo who vns cut oft from Renos command nt the Little Big Horn and spent two days and nights filled with such narrow escape and blood curdling dangers as to make under tho conditions the most callous mans hair stand on end In the fight he was guarding a pony crossing with eight men when one of them said Lieutenant get your horse quick Renos retreating But as no trumpet had been sounded and no order had been given he hesitated and waited for the call As the men had seen the others retreating they uncere moniouslyI left and De Itudlo seeing the guidon left behind rode hack to get It which he did but saw thirt five or forty Indians coming He dashed off and they fired a volley but lean Ing low on his horse It went high over him He rode Into the thick under brush when they fired many shots Into the woods the bullets cutting the branches all around hIm He crossed the creek scrambling up the bank when suddenly he saw hundreds of In lions In front of him not fifty yards distant shooting at the retreating sol diers with their backs toward him He instantly saw that he was entirely cutoff While thinking how desperate a run for it It would be the thought of wife and children nerved him and he was about to brave It when a young Indian about thirty yards distant on his right tired and killed his horse The shot attracted the other Indians and DC RUdio Jumped down the bank hiding in an excavation and several volleys were fired so accurately seem ingly that the Indians thought he must be killed A terrible yelling began among the Indians and all at once the firing ceased Peering out he saw the cause Captain Bentecns column was com ing over the hills and had attracted their attention It aroused the hope that they would come near enough for him to Join them but In a few minutes they disappeared and the Indians all started oft in that direction Renos command had evidently rallied and they all got together so his only hope was to crawl around under the under brush and get as near Renos com mand as he could which ho could plainly sec At the same time there was a movement on another bill on the right and he thought he saw for a moment General Custer and some of ficers and then they disappeared While quietly going through the brush he heard a whispered Lieutenant lieutenant Then he recognized Pri vate ONell of G troop and Gerard In terpreter and Scout Jackson The two latter had horses but ONells had been killed Gerard and Jackson would not desert their horses fearing they would neigh or be seen as Indians were passing They hId in a deep part of the rrtek Back and forth attracted by heavy firing on the village which must have been the Custer fight As they refused to leave tho horses he started with ONeil afoot on their own hook At one time an Indian rode within a tow feet of them cut a switch and went on They were then at the edge of a clearing which they dared not cross until dark and they bid them selves between some driftwood In a hole placing their cartridges all around atItackimity and they thought they were gone Peering out they saw that It was Indian women who were mutilat ing the bodies of some dead soldiers Searching around the ground they came so near that they wore tempted to flro at them Tho Indiana seemed to be oltbottfb ooenpted au pWons that pme irttt j I still nrouiil the tin 4 s nr 1 s ppt lire 1111t the tlinltii iilic Sinn t rend dailies them oui of thiir hiding place Just us iirkson mid Gerard jollied them having left their horses where they first met stulllng grass in their nostrils to prevent them from attracting attention Wrapping their blouses around their heads they succeeded in escaping into the thick brush along the bank of the creek From here they saw that McDougall had Joined Reno with the pack train At the finish of the firing In the direction where Cus ter was hundreds of Indians returned and phc tight on the hill was kept up all night The two scouts got their horses and with ONell and De Rudlo holding the tails decided to ford the river under darkness at the place where they had crossed In the morn ing By making a detour round the Inv dians and as it was dark they passed close to three bands of red men without molestation OXell and De Rudlo on the occasions keeping alongside the horses and out of sight The fourth party came along and shouted to them in Sioux and Jackson and Gerard cut loose and the two afoot dropped and hid In the sagebrush I The Indians pursued the horsemen a short distance firing shots at them but did not see the two men in the sagebrush although they passed in sin gle file within three or four feet them ofIi I I OXell and he reached the ford and decided to secrete themselves and wait until daylight The moon came out but dimly and they saw a party that looked like American cavalry as they were on American horses and dressed in the soldiers uniform the leader riding a sorrel horse with four white legs He was sure that It was Captain Tom Cus tcr Elated he cried out Hello cap taint The rider stopped and although they could not see him a fiendish yell and a volley of bullets told them they were Indians They rushed through the brush the Indians firing at the moving bushes volley after volley Their escape was miraculous It turned out afterward that these Indians by their firing spoiled a bit of stratagem they had arranged to deceive Reno by dressing in the clothes of dead soldiers of Custers command and equipped with clinking sabers ami on American horses they expected to deceive him In the night by pretending to be men of Custers party This firing at De Rudlo and giving the In dian yell put the Reno men on their guard Proceeding on their way two Indians came hunting for the fugitives believing of course that It was only huntingII yards and evidently having seen them one Jumped from his horse when De Rudlo fired and dropped him dead ONeils carbine knocking the other one out of his saddle and killing him The Indians in the bills saw the flash and puff and fired another volley In that direction but the two desperate men hastily concealed themselves be hind a big log which severalI bullets had struck The bullets struck the ground within a few feet and even inches of them continuously Again the woods were fired at this point but as it had been rainy In tho evening the smoke was stronger than the flames and was thus their salva tion and they hid in a deep part of the creek with only their heads out of water but with their cartridges and firearms on the bank ready for action They remained there and in a little oasis of bushes that the fire had not touched without moving or speaking until I0 oclock on the 20th of June About 4 oclock there were two signal pistol shots fired the Indian vedette left his post at the ford and a loud voice was heard haranguing the Indiana and a band of three or four hundred passed closely and rode off They could see them for miles down the river and heard them singing a pecul iar chant By 030 they had gone as far as they could see and It was evi dent that something had caused them to move away as It appeared to them that the troops must have also left the hillHungry exhausted and dispirited their condition can be Imaginedthe command gone and they a hundred miles from the Yellowstone river However when everything was quiet in the dark night they started in the direction of Renos retreat and after about five miles they came to a high hill from which they saw a tIre At times the fire disappeared and they concluded that there must be human beings passing around It which hid it occasionally from sight But what kind of human beIngsIndians or White There was the rub The crawled on with great cautiousness beII raised by the braying of a mule Still he might be a captured mule so they crept along on their bellies cautiously until they got so near that they heard voices talking in English They crawled within a hundred yards of the visible party and called out to the picket who they were De Budlo and ONeil For Gods iakt dont ehoot A cheer from the picket sad la A few I surIIorsmunching crackers und coffee with Captain Varnum De Kudioa reception by his com rades brings to mind the thou when nn army was drnwn up lin battle line to receive me I will refer to one of the press dispatches sent from Terrys command to give an account of this Incident Our march now lay through a succession of abandoned Indian campsI showing that we were on the trail of the Sioux The bleached hone of huf faloes und now mid then tilt Hlingpy j head of this monarch of the plains testifying to the recent passage of In dian hunters were met with from j time to time scattered among the I wickiups or temporary shelters made of saplings and tree branches hilt so far no signs of the hostile Sioux were encountered Our picturesque Crow and Cree allies had brought informa tion of the near approach of the Sioux and we were In hourly expectation that the savages would appear to dispute our progress Plains scarred by deep canyons we passed which might con A tingle horseman advanced from the timber coal an army from view and yet were invisible at a few hundred yards dis ant Right and left ran continuous lines of bluffs on either hand offering positions that defended by resolute and well armed men would be almost impregnableSuddenly while standing around a fire at a temporary stopping place we were startled by a quick succession of unearthly yells and soon after a baud of Crows painted hideously burst Into camp at full gallop They reported heap Sioux coming toward us more Sioux than they had over seen before This our Informant expressed clearly in sign language showing us the Sioux mounted and coming to cut our throats The interpreter soon after arrived and confirmed our Interpretation of the India sign language Soon we were startled by a simultaneous rush of the Cree scouts who announced the Sioux The troops immediately formed in line of battle and the scene was an animated one Two companies of the Seventh cavalry under Captain French and Lieutenant De Rudlo were to sup port the scouts in case of attack while the column was properly arranged well as the difficult nature of ground would permit asII One battalion of the Seventh cn airy under Captain Weir formed amounted j skirmishing line at full gal lop aided by the Second cavalry drawn up In column on their flank un der General Grlsbln and Lieutenant Lows battery of three guns The trains were closed up and the com panies of the Fifth Infantry under General Mlles the Sixtysixth under Colonel Moore and the Twentysecond under Colonel Otis were extended along the flanks and moved In the rear as supports For a few minutes all was expectation and anxiety A single horseman advanced from the timber and there was a nattered exclamation from many mouths There they rome As we strained our ears for the report of the first gun the horseman advanced toward the skir mishers making signs of friendship It proved to be Bill Cody the scout better known as Buffalo Bill dressed in the magnificence of the border fash ion lie announced that we were In front of General Crooks command and said we might put off all IoodyI thoughts for that day Such a recep tion probably no man over received as warm in its greeting as would have been the warmth of the reception of the hostile Sioux The Thundering Legion In the year A D lit a Roman legIonI made up wholly or In part of Chris flans fought under Marcus Autonlus against the Mnrcomannl The Roman army were shut up In a defile and ready to perish front thirst when u severe thunderstorm with heavy rain relleII ed them of their distress and at the same time so terrified their enemies that a great victory was gained The Christians attributed their deliverance I to the prayers they had Just presented I and considered it miraculous and the term thundering legion was applied to the foldlert Netr York American t l A Weak Women f jtfrequentlychange of life It is at this time that the beneficial effect of taking Cardui is most appreciated by those who find that it relieves their distressii TAKE I Jai It Will Help You Mrs Lucinda 0 Hill of Freeland 0 writes Before I began to take Cardui I suffered so badly III was afraid to lie down at night After I began to take it I felt better in a week Now my pains have gone I can sleep like a girl of 16 and the change of life has nearly left me Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES GREENACADEMY Spring Term Opened March 16 1909 Special attention will be given to teachers who wish to review all the Common Branches in proparation for Spring Examinations The COURSES OF STUDY have been revised so as to afford the best advantages possible for young men and women who desire to bet ter prepare themselves for teaching or wish to prepare for the STATE CERTIFICATE or the STATE DIPLOMA The ACADEMIC COURSE well equips the student for the SOPH OMORE YEAR in College + The Faculty is composed of TWELVE Teachers Careful attention is given to each student TUITION IS FREE Incidental Fee of 500 is charged for the term Board with Heat and Light 200 per week Furnished Rooms Free tWrite for Catalogues 4 M O CARTER Principal RN IMPOSING DISPlDY OF EXQUISITEMILLINERY i together with a large array of original models and becoming nations Tf millinery artists The artistic arrangements of the trimmings should command and win the admiration ap proval anti patronage of the lovers of correct headgear MISSES MAPEL TROY THE MILLINERS One Door West of PO Hazel Green K- yKash 1 JohnsonKashDEALERS General MerchandiseCO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY nvito the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in BOUSOII Farmers Hardware Rc and especially theirjTI HAMILTONBROWN SHOESrni specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for YOMEN AND MEN aid sell them at the lowest margin of prof- itAll ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes J- ourif former immense stork including in the lot some very fine and ninny pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sol- dAt Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kpthy Johnson dh KathI t 1 I t