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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j1tr fc m f 11 L THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDL I 0 Established March 4 188fi Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll 0 PIi NwnUEt3raOUndOPEIEditJrThe Oldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advance I 1 TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUOKY THURSDAY APRIL 22 1909 NUMBER 43 j Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND No1 No3 o 6 STATIONS Dallyex Dally and Sunday Sunday Sundayonly AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10801 2 2010 7UO am 0KJunct 6 151m I 25 pm 715 am- Beattyve Jc 7 07801 3 20 pm 764 am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 815801 Nat Bride 7 45 am 3 60 pm 820 am Campton Jn 7 48 am 3 67 pm 828 am Stanton 8 15 am 4 26 pm 854 am Clay City 8 25 am 4 35 pm 902 am 9 00 am 6 07 1003 am Winchester pm 1012 am9 12 am Ii 20 Lexton ar 9 b5 am a 05 pm 102fi am r EAST BOUND No2 llfejl No4 Dally u = STATIONS Dally and Sunday 1 Sunday PM LyeAMLye2 25 pm 0 LeXlngtonMo 7 3b am 2 38 pm 20 Winchester 20 8 13 am 2 48 pm LEJuuctioa 8 26 pm 3 5t pm 40MClay City 40 II 02 am 3 58 pm 44 MStauton1 44 9 le am 4 30 pm Campton Juntn I 38 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57I 9 43 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 9 56 am 5 10 pm 70BeattYTeJc 70 le 17 am 6 05 pm 90 OKJuncn 90 1115 am 6 10 pm 94 MJaokson 94 1120 am CONNECTIONS- L E JtJNCTlONlrHini Not 1 and I will make connection with the C OIiy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By tar Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVLLE JUNCTION Train No 2 will make connection at Beattyville Juno with the L and A Railway for pawcngen to and from Beattyvllle OK JUNCTION Tralni Noi 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local itationi on the O A K Railway W A McDOWKLL General Manager OHA8SCOTTUenPftSf Agent Olio inpni Baiiaj lime Table May 21 I9O5 WEST BOUND Mo 33 121 I g No 21 n STATIONS Dally ex Dal1Ydex t a Bunuay PM ABB 0 27 PMABH 5 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 15 4 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 J 45 13 Lee CItYM 13 12 13 4 05 t 20MHamptonM 11 11 51 3 52 22 VllhuratM 6 11 44 3 10 27 OAK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND 3- ox r te No 22- Dally STATIONS Dally ex Sunday i 1 Sunuay AMLvEPMLvE7 10 27MMCannel City 0 100 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 J 7 i6 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 44 8 37 10 Wilhurat M 20 151 j 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 9 30 0MJaokson 27 2 30 4k Noi 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at O K Junction with Noi 3 and 4 for LECONLEYIIways Superintendent mountain GCtIaII1llOa a No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mCampton1180 a m 200 p m Campton 000pm No2 No 1- DEPARTARRIVE 7 80 amCampn Junc10 05 am 3 80 pm0ampn Juno 4 40 pm Tho Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKERI Itt CAMPTON KY I the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that be carries i a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead In decent style i Special caskets supplied on 24 hours notice finest made If ordered x Teams and backs furnished funerals 1 Also can fill orders for tombstones c 0 HOS- ENotary SEWELL Publicf STILLWATER KY Oflera his professional service to eltiieni of Wolfe county and solicits the patronage of Il who may Late legal papera to exeeue Once at hJ realdeace on BWlwater- t k t c r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority readersespeciallydistant CAMPTON 0Mrs A C Kanh is on the sick listNewt Chambers of Stillwater was in town Saturday Dr Taylor Center was in town this week on business Miss Lizzie Combs of Stillwater was visiting in town recently John Creechs family are very low with fever and whooping cough Judgo Center and son George wero in town last Monday on bus moss George Spencer and wife of the Calaboose were in town last Sat urday Charley Sample of Lacy creek ffas in town one day last week on businessCharley Gosney Jr who has been attending school at Boron has returned home Ely Kash and Copt Wm T Hurst made a business trip to Stillwater Sunday Mrs Jane Buchanan who has been running the St Cloud Hotel for the past few weeks vacated last Wednesday with Kelly Neil as her successor Albert Ro Marshall one of the leading oil men of our town has loft for Falmouth where he means to locate for awhile We are sor ry to give up Mr Marshall as he is such a gentleman in every respect The school at this place eloped last Tuesday night with a nice en tertainment A large crowd and perfect order The school has been under the charge of Mrs Barnes fcr the past three or four months Mack Whisman and eon Arthur who were arrested last week for the killing of Golf Proffit were brought before Judge Center Wed nesday to be tried There being no strong proof against them they were turned loose April 19 0 P K Up Before the Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pittsfield Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills for years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without them For chills con stipation biliousness or sick head ache they work wonders 25 at all dealers M1DDLESBORO 0Harlan Nickell and wife attend ed church at Neola Sunday Fred Hurt of Lee City passed through our settlement Sunday The Sunday school and prayer progressing Mr and Mrs James Wilson of this locality visited parents on Gillmore Sunday Finley Ward of Pekin passed through here last Thursday en route to Lexington Mrs Addie B Wilson and little son Elmer Reece were calling on her sister Clema Oldfield Sunday eveningMarion Center of Hazel Green was delightfully entertained at the home of Miss Esther Wilson Sunday night Mrs M K Wilson is at present visiting her daughterinlaw at Torrent who has boon very ill with fever for some timo Mrs Cora Nickoll was pleasant ly entertained at her home Satur day night by her sister Miss Es ther Wilson and Clema Oldiield Pearl Gullet who has been at Huntington W A for the past few months writes that he will be home soon The girls will all be more than anxious to see him paidHartsionbut was more highly entertained by the daughter Mies Nannie He left in good spirits and whistling in high glee April 19 C ANt E t iftU- tLIt I w L tu TO CORRESPONDENTSMall your items early so they will reach our office not later thanTuesday morning Monday If possible News received after that will not be published unless of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one tide of the paper only HALFWAY o There is a good attendance at the Neola Sunday school John Nickell a student at the folksG A spent Sunday with home Richard Tester spent a pleasant Saturday and Sunday at the home of T S Pieratt on Murphy fork Misses Emma and Bessie Nick ellof near Daysboro were visitors at the home of Miss Roxie Nickell SundayThe in this vicinity are in good shape at present Crock Cold iron is the only one driving the main road from start to finish Say I leave the Halfway place today and will open up at Neola next My next letter will tell all about it have not read THE HER ALD since I left Hazel Green John W Taulbee Jim Williams George McGuire and S M Nor man attended the laying of the cornerstone of the Odd Follows Home at Lexington Thursday of last week Revs F P Wilson and P EA Gullett and Harry Gardner a colored divine preached some for cible sermons at the Neola school bouse Sunday One conversion and two took membership J H Nickell received a message from White Oak Wednesday night that his mother who lived with one of her sons was not expected to live He left at once but she died before he arrived there She was 84 years 2 months and 11 days old and leaves three sons and one daughter to mourn April 17 POET CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bought 0Signatureo LACY CREEK 0Fred Sally and wife were guests of Noah Tibbs and wife Sunday Mrs Rilda Day of Hazel Green spent Sunday with her mother Aunt Juda Wills daughterMissthis creek Sunday Bro Roberts of Hazel Green will preach at the Johnson school house next Sunday Newton Maloney wife and daugh ters Nannie and Mollie attended church at Laurel Sunday Miss Lena Hollon and sister Ivy visited with Miss Zerilda Per kins Saturday night and Sunday Miss Katie Gault Miller of H G A faculty was with our Sunday school again Sunday afternoon and all seemed to enjoy her presence Aunt Eliza Nickell who has been very sick for sometime is not improving much Dr A C Nickell of Hazel Green is attend herMrs S G Sample and little son accompanied by Mrs Charlie Sam spoutThursdayof Doe Perkins and family April 19 BIRTIK Words to Freeze the Soul consumptionHis palling words were spoken to Geo E Elevens a leading merchant of Springfield N 0 by two expert doctors one a lung specialisti 1 Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discov ery After three weeks use writes Mr Blevens he 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 diseases on earth50c and 100at all dealers Guarantee satisfac tion Trial bottle freo t M LANDSAW 0 John Childors of Bloody creek has been hero for a few days The farmers are very busy plant ing and getting ready to plant cornCurt Halsey and wife spent the day with E T Kash and wife SundayWilliam Shackleford of Frozen was at this place Sunday and MondayKash Halsey fc Taokett have their steam grist and saw mill iin operationSilas of Maytown was here last week and bought a wagon load of corn Mrs Ollie Swango has been very eick for some time but is much better at this writing J H Johnson went to Lee coun ty this week on business and while gone will try to buy a work mule Mrs Lillie Rose nee Swango j went to Frozen last week to visit her sister Mrs Mary Hurst returning Sunday Harrison and Robert Taokett and Joe Landrum left on the 9th inst The two former for Wisconsin and the latter for Illinois Why dont the people of ou county go to raising wheat andi fattening their own hogs and stop paying out so much for meat and flour Rollin Combs has contracted with Heinrich A Toohey of Hale ohawa to deliver the poultry and eggs of this section at their placeI once a week There is a great deal of sickness in this section especially children with whooping cough The little child of J M l Cockerham is not expected to live Corn has raised 15y a bushel iin price in tthis section in the past wEekand there are more buyers and from more different sections than were ever known of J P Tackett last season planted two bushels of Irish potatoes He has a large family aud theY used from them until digging time and then stored away CO bushels and during March sold 80 bushels all from a twobushel planting April 19 ANON Id Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut off said M L Bingham of Princevillo Ill but youll die from gangrene which had eaten away eight toes if you dont said all doctors Instead he used Bucklens SalvoI till wholly cured Its cure for ec zema fever sores boils burns and piles astound the world 25c at all dealers SANDFIELD 0 South Huddix was a guest of Willie Catron Sunday Mrs 0 W McNabb spent Sunday with Mrs Joe lugram W A Oldfield visited friends iin Menifee county Saturday and Sun dayJack Salley and wife were guest- of D B Stamper and family Sun dayNancy Catron spent a few daysI recently with her aunt Mrs Mary StamperJ wife and childrenI spent Sunday at the home of An dy Tolivor Miss Maud McNabb and Wick Childers were guests of Nancy Catron Sunday- J J Catron and son Kelly made a business trip to Caunel City a few days since There will be preaching at Sand fold the third Saturday night and Sunday iin May Everybody invited Miss Nettie Cox and sister Mrs Alice Creech of Oklahoma ar I visiting relatives and friends a this place- A large crowd attended the so cia given in honor of Miss NettieI Cox Saturday night at the home of James Cox Among those pres ent were Misses Eunice Clark Ruth Tutt Mullio Bird Nora Ro sit and Alice Wills Annie Bell and Eunice Landrum ludie Co X and Nancy Catron Messrs Porter and Marion Center Troy Wilson Courtney Stamper Roy McNabb Willie Catron Kelly Cox Buford Ingram RHOCO and Georgie Cox All report a tine time April 19 SVXSIIINE LEE CITY 0herSundayPres Patrick has moved into th property of Mrs Fannie Bryant CaunelOity1 RostthisJ H washerethetieRoe Nickell a prominent attor of West onbusinesB tVancleaye wittheI Boyd F Wells is contemplating steeling a nice dwelling in the eastern part of town Albert Wells of Morgan county passed through hero Sunday en route to Mt Sterling H W Bryant Sr has jutt moved the postofiico to the build iug once occupied by his son The roads ore getting dry and tasilvthanpastthreeClarence Pratt and wife left here Monday Jor Rigloy where he iis Moresrhead North Fork railroad W R Youmans lumberman with the Pioneer Pole Shaft Co of Anderson Ind was here Thursday and Friday taking up a car of walnut lumber for Hurt Bros A C Hurt Bros who recent ly bought the general store of H splendid ryan advertisement in THE HERALD though Belknaphads thumb anti second finger sawn off Thursday while working at a saw DrINickell of Caney were summon ed Garingerhave theYfor two of their number five ma jhines which are recommended to be the best on the market April 10 N I Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often happens because a careless boatman warninggrowing totes warnings I no kind That dull paiu or ache inthe backwarns you the kidneys need attention iif you would escape fatal maladies dropsy diabetes or Bright diseases Take Electric Bitters at once and see backache fly and all your best feelings return After long suf faring from weak kidneys and lam back one 100 bottle wholly me writes J R Blankenship of Belk Tenn Only 50c at all deal ers STAMPER BRANCH 0Farmers era planting corn in this section sJames Stamper made a business trip to Campton Monday Jouce Russell and family dined with Mrs Geneva Brown Sunday Mrs Will Stamper was a guest of Mort Stamper and family Sunday J W Cox bought Centers inter est in the Center sawmill on Stam per brooch Fire broke out one day last week and burnt a lot of fencing on John Coxs farm Tom Stamper bought a cow aud heifer from the Minix drove at a private figure Miss Julia and Ed Stamper were guests of George Stamper and family Sunday There will be meetings at Laurel SundaytJames Brown will preach at Bothcl Gosneyville the first Sun day in each month Sam Roe of Pomeroyton was through this section Saturday buy ing poultry and eggs litX Green Stamper Sunday It is thought by all that peaches are about killed and we will have to go elsewhere for the fruit Rosa Mary and Lizzie Coldiron wore guests of their slater Mrs Tom Stamper one day recently Miss Stella Clark of HG A visited her grandparents George Stamper and wife Saturday night RatlifTeeand Charlie Hollon went to Red river fishing Saturday returning Sunday jr t 1 ttraiseShe now has 100 turkey eggsIa settinJames Stamper and wife went to Hazel Green Saturday shopping and the latter purchased a hat from Miss Folay Long r I EverhG 9tampers with a drove of cattle for Mt Sterling market James Wilson and wife of Buck creek attended church at Laurel Sunday and took dinner with Owen Coldiron and family importantthing ponebeans f i Drew Fred Leslie and Miss Lil lie Stamper attended church at Laurel Sunday and report a fine sermon and large congregation John Robinson and Jas Faulk w ner came down and the latter pur TradingTomRev James Trent of Breathitt county and Rev Jeff Brewer of veryinteresting dayMrs Phillips son and daughter came over to visit Jeff Phillips who is confined to his room at the home of his sister Mrs Drew Stamperjj Jessie Stamper who is staying with Ellis Johnson and family at Hazel Green visited her father A George Stamper and family Sat urday night James Stamper last spring intgrainsthatplanted them There grew two stalks from each grain and on two of the ears produced he found eighteen grains that are double heartedApril 19 SPRINGTIME WANTED One hundred milk cows fresh to pail within 90 days Apply to Chas M Rose Hazel Green Ky SNOWDENVILLE 0Farming and gardening are the order of the day C 0 Rose was at Helechuwa Saturday on business Born to the wife of Bennie B Rose April 10 a fine girl eG W Sally purchased a fine Duroo hog from J Cresar Lindou for 5- Mrs David Vest of Frozen visited her daughter Mrs Bennie B Rose Thursday MaytowufilledRose Chapel Sunday moruiug While burning off a new ground John D Rose Jr had the misfor tune of getting 150 panels of fenoa burred Hon Joseph P Rose and daugh callingFridaysee Miss Matlee out again NancyRose + by Mrs Raleigh Cecil Friday and f also the candy party Friday even ingMrs S S Snowden and little J liOk ed by Mrs L W Rivers Saturday afternoonThe is in receipt of a let ter from Sam J Elkins who has just organized a bank at Lane City Tex and says he expects to be per manently located there within 90 daysAmong those who partook of the sumptuous Easter dinner at the home of L E Smith were J 0 Lindon aud wite S S Snowden tiwifespent April 19 BANJO rl WANTED One1 hundred milk y1c- ows fresh to pail within 90 days JiApply to Chaa M Rose Hazel P Green Ky 4 Jo r I t 1 II II f I r 1 11 11 Hfll = t THE HERALD2 2Enterelatthe Ilnzel Grrmiloitt elnssmattero ant SPENCER COOPER Editor I HAZEL CREEN KY THURSDAY April 2i IflOO WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY o WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT i JAMES P ADAMS Judge Ii KELLY KASH Commonwealths Attorney hIR HOLLOX Clerk Mjj Meets third Mondn in January firstt I Monday In May third Monday in Scjitcm r1j19T ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge O U STAMilin County Attorniy KODEKT L CAiinoLi Clerk yo Meets first Monday in each month tWOLFE FISCAL COURT jo Meets first Tuesday In April first Tues t day iu October fI MAGISTRATES COURT District No IC MI Fallen third Friday t i iInMarch June vptemoer and Pefen ber District No 2 llobert Brooks fourth Friday In February May August and No ember District No 3S F Allen second 1rldnj t In February May August mud November ii iDistrict No iI It Legs first Friday In Novemberh Fri day in March June September and le I i cember District No ultoy Hurst third Friday in February May August and November District No7it T delta fourth Fri day In March June September and Ue cember District No aJ M Lovelace j first Fri day In February Mny August and November DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY For County JudieulJ DUFF For County Court ClerkIt L CARROLL For Circuit Court ClerkJ e I1NDON For Sheriff GEOHUb V SAIJtV t For County AttorneySi SAMPLE For Assessor J 1 CENTER l For JnilerJ C i LITTLE For Co Suiierinten cutJ1 W TAlLDKK Y For SurveyorE CItEECH For CorouerJ HANK SAMPLE S MORCAN COUNTYG For Circuit Judge and District 1 11 HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 3S- udIbstnietJOhIN MI WAUGH For County Judget C F EKGttSON For County AttorneyJ111ANEYF- or County ClcrkJ 11 SKIUS1 IAN For Superintendent TN IUIIKE1 r For Circuit Clerk1 MI OAKLEYI For Sheriff H II HUOWS FOrJallerIl C COMBS t For Assessor WHIT KKMlLIN For CoroncrZlIl HANKY a For Surveyor MPTLiRNEIt- t I t I countryIties Why is it that the merchants t l and business men of Hazel Green r do not come together and formu I late some plan whereby our city f may be the pride and gateway to J the mountain district as in days t spinttto display itself for the betterment of all Get bettor acquainted with f one another and work for the go t ahead spirit which is infesting our neighboring towns While w t might not boom the town an improvement association might be ti started the good effects of which would be felt in a short time An i association of this kind it tt proft I came from it Will not some off the business men make a move of this matter A meeting once or twice a month for the welfare and improvement of our town would bring results that would put to shame to greatest pessimist in our f community t impressionrthat there was an immense waste of gas at the second regulator that is the one close to THE Him ALD office we scored the company for crying waste to consumers Since that time we have learned that it is not a needless waste but a necessary escape of tho gas and a protection to the patrons As its was decidedly our mistake wo make the amende honorable and give the facts in the case Instead of a wanton waste the gas which es capes is like the steam escaping through safety valve on an en gine and on the same principle r All patrons of the gas company should recognize the fact that the more thay economize the longer the gas will last It is absolutely ta uncertainty about tho life of a gas wolf but common sense a J i 1 LP l lIteaches that every particle of waot must necessarily lessen the supply Heucei it is everyones interest to hirsisnlf and neighbor as well to husband overy bit of gns he cm and trust to Providence for results TIE announcement is made that II the second whirlwind campaign for education in Kentucky will bo I started Juno 27 and continue un til July o inclusive State Superintendent Crabbo announces that plans are being made for the most vigorous assault on ignorance that linn ever heel made since Ron tuck hits boon a state The funds necessary for this onslaught ure being furnished by the Southern Educational hoard and private subscriptions There will be ia special rallying day for each count y and everybody interested i n better education is invited to come out Speakers will be present for morning afternoon und nighi t meetings Superintendent Crnbbi says that tho coming campaign will be inaugurated 011 Sunday with a pulpit campaign each min ister of the gospel being asked to call the attention of the people to whom he talks to the great work which is being undertaken WANTED One hundred milk cows fresh to pail within 00 days Apply to Chas 11 Rose Hazel Green Ky INSKO 0 L C Elam sold two bee hives to Mrs Nannie Dennis of Lee City John Gullet of Caney was in this vicinity the other day on bus iness W T Clair of Lee City was in this section a few days ago on business Rev W II and Sherman Elam made a Uisiuss trip to Caney last SaturdayPreston Crase went to Lee City a few days ago to attend to some business mntter8- LenndelElam sold nine head of sheep to Mrs Polly Phipps for a consideration of 28 James Rudd of Dale passed through this neck o the woods en route to Cannel City on important businessKelse Risnor one of our most enterprising business men bought a very nice milch cow from Willie Bailey for a consideration of 2f11 Rev W B Yocum who held one of the most successful protracted meetings at this place a few weeks ago which resulted in about 50 converts is here again preaching some very interesting sermons He will organize a new church on the Wheelrim May his reward be greatApril 10 NAT Original Documents at Exposition Seattle April 17The original documents in the trial of Baron Burr for treason which have beet a part of the records of the federal court at Richmond Va since 1S07 will be sent to Seattle as a part of the exhibit to be made by the Uni ted States Department of Justice at Washington at the AlaskakonPacific Exposition this sum mer So valuable are these documents that they are kept in a vault in the Richmond federal building personasThe papers have remained in the undisturbed possession of the federal court since 1807 the trial having taken place in the summer of dustfand yellowed by the flight of years the old documents will be removed from their resting place and ship ped to Seattle for display at the fairThey comprise in all sixty sep arate exhibits among which are the original indictment against Burr for treason the bench war rant issued by Chief Justice John Marshall the affidavit of Aaron Burr requiring the letter from General Wilkinson to the Presi dent dated Nov 12 1800 to be produced as well as the memoran dum of the court for the subpoena duces ttcum for President Thomas Jefferson and a subpoena duces tecum to Thomas Jefferson requiring him to produce certain corres pondenceThe include the af fidavit of Edward Hale concerning certain statements made by Luther Martin exattorney genera of Maryland application for a writ of habeas corpus for Aaron Burr application to the governor of Virginia requesting the use of certain public buildings such as a jail and others and many other documents of a similar nature The documents will be given a prominent place in tho display to be mado at Seattle by the Depart mont of Justice J J + Jw = tI j rihh r =m == ffit v = I Ii5 III1WILVP1 SHALL o WE SAY IIIJ lIiJlEtI l heaven sent light shines clear and strong j 1 liJIIi IJl I a ruthless n censeless needless wrong l i thereE1I i lIJI That friends why that is n child of seven tillChrist said Of such is the kingdom of Ilenyn only in rags with no food no lire ifitt Ji i F gaveFJi j say Vii When He maketh inquisition fur blood m mThe t t-J ground is nil white with the fnllen snow tJheresnn icy sting in the winds thnt blow peals loud from the church tower high lift 5 tall spire points to the starry sky Ci 1 IWhileI j the deacon comes tliiougli the portals wide J his portly wife by his portly f jlWith ideliilii fedII LII- i JJJJ- They humbly says us p- rayE1le oflers u fervent prayer and then I L deacon responds with a loud Amen ll- t IJ jIi1ffjJ I U Let the terrible rum fiend have his way E EForI men will drink so the people say fft i And one of these men goes reeling along i I1As the choir floats upward its closing sons f a newborn babe and a starving wife I y- lil From n fireless room pass out of this life t- Ii I 1 And what shall we say 0 what shall we say J jiWhen He maketh inquisition for bloodtii In lovely home in n lovely placettIiJl E JIGoesJI J jI i t r I j f sayfi i l numb i rfil i comeIJi i l Drawing near nnd nenrer adown the streetii ltlInlJ a woman comes with pitying lllf gathers her close in tender embrace tj1Somebody whispers Too bad 0 too bad f11tt- ltJl He wns stabbed in a drunken brawl poor Ind l his wounds when his mothercoyer krJeelsIi1t 1 1ButIJ her heart strings snap and her poor brain reels l And from that day forth as a child she sits ilAnold old woman with wandering witsIfIf While her lips for all other speech are dumb iJOnlythese sad words 0 why dont he conic Ilfi shudder and sigh ns with bated breath Lii We read of this crime this terribla death r fin tt I We preach our sermons we pray and we prateIp greatp we say Iljf1- c When He maketh inquisition for blood fl1Mas IMINNIE LVSK Myrtle Point Oregon l1 t q 1 Vp = Tl o+ 4O 0 KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled The sight of a negro chasing his step daughter with n gun along the principal street of 1ikeville afforded amusement and excitement fur time people of that town lust week While John Scott nnd Alfred Crooks of Owingsville were out driving their horse scared and their buggy turned over Both were bully bruised and Crooks suffered a severe sprain of the legThe jury in the case of John Hawkins for the murder of Horace Reynolds In Montgomery county iu 18J5 found Haw kips guilty of manslaughter and fixed his punishment at two years in the penitentiary W B Croppers store at Burtonville Lewis county was blown up by u bomb thrown by an emery No one was hurt by the explosion though the house was badly wrecked The poatoiBce is in the same building State Veterinarian Eieman announced a quarantine by the tat board of health on the farm of I H Christie at Penick near Lebanon Tile quarantine is the result of an outbreak of u disease which he diagnoses as glanders- In the State Fiscal court at Frankfort Indue It L tout decided that taxes older than five years could not be col leered and granted a restraining order ngalnst Auditor James trying to collect taxes in Franklin county For tho peculation of 1813 that be longed to convicts while he was a clerk nt the penitentiary in Frankfurt M1 W Rowland of Cyntbiana was convicted und sentenced to one year at hard labor in the prison where he was so long em ployed W A Campbell become insane on a train en route to Louisville und was afekeepIng havo a large amount of money and a letter in his pocket signed by J A Campbell promiuent quitted on his second trial in San Francisco for the murder of Joseph Cordey on board the whaler Bowhead while in the Arctic oceau The jury disagreed at the first trial After this year Commissioner of Agri culture M C Hankin will raise no more tobacco on his faun in Henry county mad his advice to the farmers of the bur Icy district is to raise fewer acres of to bacco and turn their attention to the ruining of stock Because of the lax system of account log funds due thtltate Inspector and C Examiner Thatcher in a report to Governor Wilson recommends that there be established uniform accounting system coupled with a law providing for more frequent inspection of public offices Prominent millers of Louisville appear ed before a committee of the council to protest against an ordinance to eliminate buyingflouri log claimed that short weight flour is I being sold by grocers at the rate of 14 per barrel Col Chas J Bronston died suddenly at his home in Lexington last Thursday morning of heart trouble He was GO years of age a leading business man ex member of the legislature chairman of the Democratic county and city commit tee and an honored citizen well known throughout the state Dr R N Roark president of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal school widelyknowncdIllesdaythe Good Samaritan Hospital in Cincin nati where he had been under treatment j for the past three months suffering from a general breakdown due to overwork 1Ifyou want a fine razorns good as you can buy for 2cull this at office and got one for 1 We also timeIeach Dont wait until supply is gone i are Opporillflh1e I IIoffer for sale my residence consist seven outbuildigoodof and garden and the most desirable locutions 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 equipped with power and machinery separatelyForad dress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky DAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky Hn LOU DAY Proprietor Best table fare In Eastern Kentucky A large sample room connected Heated and i lighted by JU throughout and special uo rnnimndatinnn to traveling men = t r 1 Crllln 1 to MILLINERY 1toi Aon our A Aside our CITY atpries 11 i We ship in can pay than l SON in this now we pay for we buy make the season 1909 at ray on the head of the Fork of 1 mile of on a part the old Caleb farm at 6 to living colt Barren mares given with im Money when mare is in any bred to other horse or jack rand lien on I colt until season money is paid This 14 12 hands high the best in county is but not should any occur Ky o P Admr etc vs I Notice of Stile etc By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit court dered at its term 1DG9 in the above styled cause I shall to otTer for wile at the front door of the court house III the Town of Wolfe county to the and best bidder at Public on time 3rd Day of MAY 1909 at 1 oclock p in or being the firstt day of the May term of Wolfe Circuit court and court upon a credit of six and twelve months the real estate to tract of land in a deed from Risner and Martha Risner hiM wife to Andy Wilson dated 18 1900 and in Deed Hook 17 paye and Iis and an follows Heginning at the county road near the peel thence a west with Andy line to the top of tho hill thedce line with Win line to the head of the branch to G A Nick ells line thence down the fork ridge with said G MI line to R M line j thenct with said II M line back to tho county load thence with the road to the be 1 tract is in deed from S J Wilson and wife to Andy Wilson dated 21I11001 re corded in Held Book 17 page 18li is and as follows Beginning at a stone near the thence across the branch the mouth a small etreani to a stone thence to the top of toe point to a stone thence tho point to the ridge to Dunns line j thence down the point with line the fence to a oak on top of the ridge thence from the oak down the point or ridge to a stone near the barn of R M Wilson thence up the mid the of the road to the beginning For the price the surety or must execute bund legal from the day sale paid und the force effect of a Bid my hand as Master sinner of the Wolfe Circuit this time 8th day of 1909 E T ROSE Master Corn Wolfe Circuit Court By D host DlL 0 00 For Dr Miles PHI I Our of was te J I most S- Vc I carry the HATH and that ineaim the very embod i Invent of style I to do tn now the lar gest line ever carried bcforo embracing j PATTERN HATS extremely modiste r 11KA1 It in latest 4 INTUtMMKI with a fine of trimming line of and OHILsIIEADWEAR ODoQing II1esa Your Inspection s selectioncustomers STYLES moderate tofinishspecialtyMISS FALAY LONG Hazel Green Ky WE WANT- YOUR EGGS DURING MARCH APRIL and MAY carload lots therefore better others HidesOldTHOS HEINRICH are charge of house Remember everything TOOHEY Post Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA GRAY JHleTwi- ll of barn Nickell Grassy north Daysboro of Nickell insure 1 special attention pregnator due partedwith way or an retained Jack is breeder Morgan and descriptiontfresponsible COROLUS CHANFA Daysboro Commissioners Sale F WIISGX Plaintiff JOANNA WILSON Defendants ren January proceed Campton Kentucky highest Auction MONDAY thereabout County following described wi- t1Otte described Shelby January recorded 88 bounded described direction Wilsons leaving Wilson LindonH Nickclli Wilsons Wilsons county ginmnc Another described October and and bounded described spring to of following Leander Taulbecs dividing chestnut chestnut through purchase purchaser with approved securities bearing interest of until having timid judgment promptlyWitness Commis court February B W headache AntiPain collection millinery springthereforefastidious Fuiorfl TKJMMKD to customers stylishhcadwearprepared laving YOo shapes THAMES selection complete MISSES DKENS Apri19d10 Solicited woman11e prices CASH HEINRICH GraYJack FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREESEverything ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER S SONS r LEXINGTON K- YlWrite for Free Catalog 0f Tlie WICii I WINCHESTER KY yl N H WITlIElL8 NPresldentI S Paid Up Capital i 810000000 Undivided L rants i 11000000 f handsome Deposit o- tcov r I i i 830000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus i Iness men general throughout East era Kentucky and oflen Its custom era every faculty and the most liberal terms within the limits of legitimate banking ioct 2lyrt c KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew r FOR COUCHS l1flTrlai Bottle fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATI8FAOTOB 4 y OR MONEY REFUNDEDii WII J S HENRYS fir Headquarters Jackson Ky liUlUKSKNTINO THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicit the trade of the merchant of Eut- ern i j Kentucky and guarantee price andr i quality ol goals Hold orders for him 1- I 4p l Jcc tC f7 PId t iTic r Irff+ 7 j r r IIt 1 1 j 3 t f 1111 p oU H f 1 I 1 rc rlVlf Nota drop p k ofAlcohol Doctors prescribe very little if any alcohol these days They prefer strong tonics and altera i tives This is all in keeping 41 with modern medical science It explains why Ayers Sar saparilla is now made entirely free from alcohol Ask your 4 doctor Follow his advice we publlih our formulae Wib nlih loobal 1 ArromourmedloacegeTs Unless there is daily action of the bow t eta poisonous products are absorbed causing headache biliousness nausea dyspepsia We wish you would ask your constipationbyMad by the J 0 Ayer Co Lowill Mu THE HERALDH I DRINK WAINSCOTTSROXA KOLA J W Graven made a business 4 trip to Mt Sterling Sunday returning Tuesday Born to the wile of Claud Day of Toliver Thursday 15th a girl Dr Center officiating Miss Daisy Day left Monday for a ten days visit with refatives at Winchester and Mt Sterling Misses Lucy and Lula Nickell spent Sunday with their mother Mrs Jane Nickell near Daysboro Born on the 12th inst to the wife of H C Lacy of Pine Ridge a tine Republican boy Taylor Ray mondWANTEDOne hundred milk cows fresh to pail within 90 days Apply to Chas 11 Rose Hazel Green Ky Prof F W Long accompanied i by John H Williams conducted reaching services at Old Grassy church Sunday r Mrs Sam Wilson recently of 1 1p Albuquerque N 11 visited her brother Dr G M Center and family last week Joe Rose accompanied by his daughter Matlee went to Winches ter last week for medical examina tions of the latter I Mesdames John Goodwin Will Kash and Sam Lee Kash and Miss Emma Sample of Ezel were in town the first of the week Walter Henry and Dudley Bar ker of Grassy creek attended the debate given by the literary socie ties at the academy Sat-urdayinight Aunt Ellen Pieratt who for f months was the guest of her sister Mrs Lou Day has gone to RIch- mond to spend a few months with her son Henry Pieratt r openrand will continue so throughout i the season They also will keep V a nice line of fruit as usual i For SaleTwo of tho Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot i five rooms in each s house Apply at this office 1 Rev Owsloy occupied the pulpit at the Methodist church Saturday r evening and Sunday morning in stead of the regular pastor Rev I Ragau Bro Owsley left Monday for his home at Middlesboro t Howard James of Bushton Ill who was called to the bedside of his nephew Stevie James left for home Monday and apropos we are glad to say that Stevie is very much botter r Jesse Kash the ennoble clerk of iYthewell known summer resort L thsr 1 seveneighths for a nice mess off I mountain oysters f Dr Wheeler of West Liberty was here Monday night to see Dr Williams who has been confined to his home for several weeks and was accompanied by Lee Williams p pophow of tho doctor 1 ll L iVp I PllIIfJlnfl WI Iif u rlWi Three Nights of Entertainment Prof C E Clark principal of the Cannel City graded school is preparing to entertain the patrons of his school in a grand display For instance on Thursday night the 20th inst the boys and girls declamatory contest comes off and there is said to be some excellent elocutionists among the contest ants Friday the graduation exer cises come when five young ladles will gradute with honors Supt T O Coates of Richmond will deliver tho address to graduates and Saturday night some of the student body will entertain the public with the seriocomic plav entitled The Deacon which is pronouncedone of the finest amateur productions ever staged in this country Prof Clark a graduate of Hazel Green Academy deserves muph credit for the progress he has made with the Cannel City school and his friends predict for him a pro nounced success from end to end pf his triple program A Great Game Who West Liberty When April 24 Where Hazel Green For whom Everybody Saturday next will be witnessed on the campus at Hazel Green one of tie fastest ball games ever played in this section West Lib erty has had in former years the reputation of having the best ball team in the mountains But of recent years Hazel Green has given rise to a successful team In fact so successful that all other teams have gone down before her in de feat The next game is scheduled between these two rival teams and the result will inmain to be soon on the 24th Carthago had her Rome Troy had her Athens and we hope West Liberty will have her Hazel Green This will be the best game of the season and no one should miss it Cisco will twirl for the visitors and Long for the locals Game called at 2 i10v Dead What is the matter with the base ball teams of the mountains They are either dead or afraid Hazel Green wishes to schedule some games for the season if possible but so far no team has deem ed it wise for some cause or other to accept any challenge We wish more towns would enter into the athletic spirit and try to help cre ate an enthusiasm along this line Any team desiring a game ot base ball during the coming spring sea son address FI W Loxo Mgr Base Ball Team Hazel Green Ky STATE OF 01110 CITY OF TOLFDO 1 BSLUCASFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of FJ Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that sold firm will pay the sum of ONE UUNDUED DOLLARS for each and every case of ca tarrh that can not be cured by the use of flails Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHEVKY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December ISgtf A W GLKASON SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimoni als free F J CHKNPY Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75o Take Halls Family Pills for constipation There is a move on foot to or ganize a company of state guards hors at Hazel Green and if the re quest is grol ted the Governor and all other officials of the state are assured that no company in the state would be composed of better material It is safe to say that young men of the mountains have nevor dissipated like city boys and they are therefore endowed with better manhood We hope the company will be organized and if so we promise it will be a prizewinner The case of Beach Hargis for killing his father was called at Ir vine Monday morning and aftur deefeuse to have the case continued Judge Adams overruled the mo tion Tuesday and the work of se lecting a jury was begun Clay Cecil who is one young man seeking real good helpmate for the rest of his days has placed the seveneighthSjunder ial1Ii 171 I W IIJJ r I STILLWATER 0A large crowd attended church at Laurel Sunday Several people have planted some corn in this section Judge G T Center visited D B Tyro Sunday evening Hon S G Sample passed here Sundav evening en route to Camp tonJames Trent from War creek Breathitt county preached at Trent Saturday night Mrs Buddy Brewer and Miss Ninnie Brewer went to Campton to day on a shopping tour Squire 0 B Linkous and his children and Hon G W Lovelace and daughter attended church at Laurel Sunday 11 S Campbell of Hazel Green passed through here en route to Lexington Wednesday to be at the laying ot the corner stone which came off Thursday The writer leaves today for Farm er City Ill and will not write up any news from Stillwater next week but after returning will reo sumo the usual correspondence April 10 DOMINGO TRENT 0Quite a number from Stillwater attended church here last Sunday Miss Lillie Stamper was entertained by Mise Nannie Barker Sun day Miss Maggie Brown was a guest of her aunt Mrs Geneva Brown SundayMr Mrs Pres Brewer were guests of Mrs Geneva Brown Sat urday and Sunday Revs James Trent and R T Witt preached very interesting sere mons here Sunday Misses Ida and Lula Creech were guests of their uncle Abner Trent and family Saturday and Sunday There was quite a large crowd entertained at the home of Miss Maudie Campbell Sunday after noon Among them we noticed Misses Nannie and Dorcas Barker Stella and Ethel Edwards Lillie Stamper and Ida Beasley Messrs David Coldirnn Enard Trent Fred Stamper John Nickell and Cleve Phillips All reported an enjoy able time April 19 MOOVSHINK GRASSY 0J D Barker and Walter Henry attended the debate at Hazel Green Saturday night Rollie Nickell and wife wore visiting H 11 Barker Saturday and Sunday last The singing school under the instruction of T H Barker vocalist is doing fine work organizedSunday Amyx as superintendent Born to the wife of J M Geve dayDr ing physician Miss Kate Pieratt of Dayton Tenn who has been visiting here since August contemplates return ing home soon Miss Nolda Davis and mother visitingMrsher Easter flowers Among those who attended the laying of the cornerstone of the widows and orphans home at Lexington were J M Gevedon J D Barker Josey Gevedon T F Gevedon E B McClure Estill Gevedon Warren Patton Bruce MorganLongThere were 4000 in the march April 10 DOUNO CANNEL CITY 0 Robert Caudill was at Lexington this week on business Mrs Frances Lumpkins of this place died Monday morning Miss Lula Allen of White Oak is again at work in the office of S M Freeze Captain Ennis and wife of Lex ington have been in town for the past few days Miss Willie Mae Watson gave a reception to the Uno Voco literary society Saturday evening from two until four All reported a fine timeApril 19 ETHEr Grant Nickell says he wishes us to correct the report that Joe Long the noted moonshiner who was ar rested a few weeks since was captured with six gallons of whisky at his home It now tranpires that the whisky was captured on the hill above John Geved- onsvafsTORaBMmtb I I 7P- 4 dlJSB4uy r PINE BLUFF I Corn planting is all tho go in this section Born to tho wife of Aaron Cox April D5 a boy Farmers are wishing for a good rain at this writing Little Carrie Annie Cox was on thsick list recently Jesso Hoe did business in West Liberty lust Saturday Mrs John S Henry is convalescent at this writing Mrs Nannie Cox spent the day with Ilrsr C Henry Saturday Mrs Jo Gihson is able to ho out ngnin after a severe spell of sick ness Miss Mile Henry has been the guest of Nannie Cox for several days Jesse C Henry bought a cow of John Patrick recently paying 50 for same Everett Bath ilie paid his respects to one of the fair sex at West Iib orty recently W A Henry attended Odd Fel lows lodge at Goodwins Chapel last Friday night Rev Harlan Murphy conducted a series of meetings at Flatwoods a short time since April 10 UNcrE ZIP CONSOLATION 0 D Walters of Caney is here on businessPolk HOBO of Lee City passed through hero Sunday Mrs Junes Burnett is on the sick list ut this writing Dave Lawson of Gillmore was here last week on business Andy Tolivor and wife of Nan ny were guests of their daughter Mrs Arlio Cecil Sunday Arlio Cecil bought five calve3 of his futherinlaw Andy Toliver of Nanny for a private considera tinelpril19 MONK Misery in Stomach Why not start now today and forever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and Indigestion A dieted stomach gets blues and grumbles Give it a good eat take Pupes Di apopsin to start tho digestive juices working There will bo no dyspBphi or belching of Gas or eructations of undigedtied food no feeling like n lump of lead in the stomach or heartburn sick headache and Dizziness and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors Tapes Diapepsin costs only 5 cents for a large case at any drug store here and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and Upset Stomach in five min utes There is nothing else better toii take Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and Intestines and besides one triangulo will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood all your food the same as a sound healthy stomach would do it When Diapepsin works your stomach restsgets itself in order cleans upund then you feel like eating when you come to the table and what you eat will do you good Absolute rc lief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to begin taking Dia pepsin Toll1 your druggist that you want Iapos Diapepsin be cause you want to be thoroughly cured of Indigestion Women as Well as Men an Made Mlsaiablfl by Kidney and Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessensambition beauty qIvigor and cheerful- nesst soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or dis easedKidney trouble has vi il become so prevalent c f that it is not uncom j mon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys If the child urinates toooftcn if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bedwet tinge depend upon it the cause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty W cent and onedollar rsize bottles You mayihave a sample bottletiltLby mail free also a pamphlet telling all about SwnmpKoot Uoa M Ihllwlincluding mlanyof the thousands of testi monial letters received front sufferers who found SwampRoot to be just the remedy needed In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Ilinghnmton N Y on every bottle The Kind You Ilavo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tho elgnaturo of rt nnd has been mado under his per T 1I V 2 sonnl supervision since its Infancy S AtM Allow no ono todeceive you in this AH Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgood nro but Experiments that trite with mid endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORI Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gorse Drops wad Soothing 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and Summer Goods ia complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens CALICOESat 5 Cents a Yard OUR FINE LINE OF SHOESand OXFORDSare uptodate and will astonish you If You Dont See What You Want Call For It r i = T = TTYTTiT Tt T11 TT1 + = = = = = =II ii4MORGAN COUNTY 1i NATIONAL BANKS I 1 I OF CANNEL CITY KY JejJ1 J t UNDIVIDED PROFITS 2O555I l 1 i AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY ttYOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED t lidrte L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice Pres j JONES Cashier tCUSTER fIf o O = O Money to Burn If you have money to burn Keep it in the house where it may bo burned lost or stolen but if you want to keep it safely whore it will always bo ready for you when needed deposit it with us A bank account will give you a hotter business standingin tho community and a prestigo that you may never have enjoyed before If your namo is not on our books we will be pleased to see it there beforo the close of the year 1908 THE HAZEL GREEN BANK aA- s 011x s w r a 2 yi vwmi PRPP JWJH t i 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M N S POULTRY FENCEVery Close Mesh ComplUd heebttr cod 0cfewpn then 60tll- 1frllot tot catalog showlm tall lln or ueta tot HI iic iruaCO DoEal1l nt Lntu City Il- II KLBCTRICIANind MECHANIC tilt msgulne for everybody C i Learn about electricity the r f coming science and how to j ui tools Simple prac 1i ANDtlcelfullofptaure Sam pit copy free If you Memo t fl 00 a year CNQropaper Pub Co Boston Mm ERICyxoTOG141PI pictures t lypdieCoalesxpicturePHOTO Sample copy fra qpCGEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have f E HearseEisso requested patronage respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICEi TheremmntrMenll I ratteraedLrhUnttrd Slates than of any other make of Mllcrnl Thin too account ol their siylrI accuracy and simplicity DIcCalli MntttrfncThQoof FsWonJkM morwbwtdre Wn eyaber LdiaNepeine ere rr vrrs subwiptlnnilt Letet EeeiyLecrloerqtnMCaII lubumkr 5 cent I tom Iree Sub crlU today Vnnlr eI llandaernepremiumOr 4IndrAtent is lii Fittern tal lotuof 6cfl do elan end hlllm eolau 1 ohoetrq 400 premium vut tree AddraTlla UcCAIL CO Nw Yo- rkDR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers kli profestlonal services to the cltl l zen of Hazel Green and urrouuding coun try sad will answer all calls oftaffliction Office at nil residence adjoining Hazel Green Bank t 1 a aww t HOW IKILLED CHIEF YELLOWHAND BY BUFFALO BILL PIONTlUB TALES orTill PLAINS oorYHioHTi9oaHriUtAwr cony I KXEHAI pun SIIKRIDAN G lllUIIKitl tills ruiilpillgll SO tlisit ihtniiiiiHiits of the army would liiive several points and with various objects to be accom plished while the eventual objective was to concentrate and corral with a cordon strong enough to crush forever the power of the northern Sioux and Cheyenncs and their allies Expedi tions under Major General George A Crook General Wesley Merritt and Major General Eugene A Carr started from different points but with active relations in cutting off the southern Indians especially the Ogallala and Brule Sioux mind the Cheyennes from II Joining en masse with Sitting Bull or to obstruct and prevent any Junction of the northern Sioux with them as such Junction would have given them a strength almost equal to the army and many times larger than the forces In that section of the country These three commanders will always stand in the front rank of our most experl enced soldiers In the civil war and es pecially in Indian warfare had grad uated at both games and had on their rosters of officers men destined to be come equally famous and successful Merrills command worked successfully and had many skirmishes finally cutting the main body of the Indians off and driving them back to their agency southward while driving back the porthern Indians coming south On July 15 while I was scouting for Information General Merrltt ascer tained through Paymaster afterward General Stanton that 800 hostile Cheyennes fully equipped for the war path had started to Join Sitting Bull These savage horsemen probably the best In the world would have a start of sixty miles if Merrill pushed to time agency to make certain of their Inten tlon and then pursued them He did nothing of the kind As we had been retracing our steps they felt perfectly secureso much so that the white chief they thought could not double on his tracks and cut them off before they reached the timber fringe of the Cheyenne This they could not Imag- Ine for one minute and Merritt bad to plan a ride that would test to the utmost the possibilities of man and horse to overcome the advantage they had of him To discomfit these scien tific fighters he had to ride clear around them In the arc of a circle while they went In albee line and must do It without being discovered bring every horse and man to the battle front In good condition as with seven companies of cavalry that were avalla ble they outnumbered him two to one and by leaving the wagon trains and Impedimenta behind men and horses would have short rations It was an adventurous ride worthy of extend ed comment and the old Indian trail was found The Indians had not They were an astonished lot of redskins passed yet and dust covered and weary at 3 a m of the 17th of July the command to unsaddle was given on the bunks of Hat creek across the Indian front with the Cheyennes in camp not ten miles away We had outraced and were then ahead of them having made one of the most remarka ble rides In cavalry annals We had come seventyfive miles in twentyfour hours and were ready at daybreak and the Cheyennes appeared simultaneously They were an aston ished lot of redskins and hero occur red what Is known as the battle of War Bonnet Creek It was In this en gagement that tate allotted to me the duty to meet personally and successfully the war chief Yellow Hand A matter of detail that I well remember the chief yelled to me Come on come on White Long Haiti Coon cooa PeHaHeHasKal In Chey enne We both fired simultaneously my first bullet going through tho chiefs leg and entering the body of his Gorse Ilia bullet glanced op my Md i aaiW J3 w die and my horse sUmMitl in n prai rie dog linle but I lauded on my feet Kneeling quickly I put a bullet through tho pond of his horse coming on at speed Thus we were both afoot and In close proximity The story Is better told in the press dispatches of that day and by Lieutenant now General Charles King In his book Campaigning With Crook The dates and arrivall of these dis patches will show how Isolated was i the country and the length of time It took to communicate with the east The Indian WarDetails of Colonel Merrills Charge on the Chey ennes A Short Struggle The Indians Utterly Surprised Hush Back In Disorder The Latest From General Crooks Army Fort Laramle July 22 1876 At noon on Saturday the 10th Inst the Fifth cavalry under General Mer rill were bivouacked on Rawhide creek eighteen miles from Fort Lara mle to which point they were ordered In from the Cheyenne river 100 miles north en route to join Crook A cou rier suddenly appeared from the agency with dispatches stating that 800 Chey ennes were making preparation to leave for the northwest to Join Sllllnr Bull that he was to throw himself across their line of march in time to Intercept them and Merritt had to make eighty miles before they could make thirty but off he went and Sunday night found him with seven companies hiding under the bluffs on War Bonnet or nat Creek square up to their front At daybreak Monday morning Lieu tenant King commanding the outposts to the southeast sent word that the war parties were coming over the ridge from the reservation Joining him at the advanced post General Merrlt found the report correct The com mand noiselessly mounted and was massed under the bluffs a quarter of a mile to the rear and out of sight of the IndiansAt same time the wagon train under Lieutenant W T Hall now Brigadier General Hall was some six miles off to the southwest slowly ap preaching and the Indians were close ly watching but keeping concealed from the view of Its guard The two companies of infantry with him were riding In the wagons Al 6 oclock the Indians were swarming all along the ridge to the southeast some three miles away Suddenly a party of eight or ten warriors came dashing down n ravine that led directly under the bill where Lieutenant King and his six men were watching The object was as suddenly apparent Two horsemen unconscious of the proximity of the foe had ventured out ahead of the train and were mak ing rapidly for the creek They were couriers with dispatches for the com mand The Indians utterly Ignorant of the rapid move of the Fifth were simply bent on Jumping the couriers and getting their scalps Buffalo Bill chief of the scouts lay on the hill with King and Instantly sprang to his horse down off the hill All keep out of sight said the gen eral Mount now and when the word Is given off with you Then turning to the officer of the picket he said Watch them King Give the word when you are ready Crouching behind the little butte Bill and his party of two scouts and six soldiers were breathlessly walt Ing Halfway up were the general and his staff The lieutenant lay at the crest watching the rapidly advancing foe Down they came nearer and nearer the sun flashing from their brilliantly painted bodies and their pol- Ished ornaments Then Just as they were dashing by the front of the hill King shouts Now lads In with youl General Merrill sprang up to see the attack just as a tall Indian reeled In his saddle shot by Corporal Wilkinson of K company An answering bul let whistled by the generals head Just when King still on watch sung out Here they come by dozens The re serve Indians canoe swarming down the ridge to the rescue Company K was Instantly ordered to the front but before It appeared from behind the bluff the Indians emboldened by the rush of their friends to the rescue turned savagely on Buffalo Bill and the little party at the outpost The latter sprang from their horses and met the daring charge with a vol ley Yellow Hand a young Cheyenne brave came foremost singling Bill as a foeman worthy of his steel Cody kneeling ad taking deliberate aim sent a bullet through the chiefs leg and Into his horse Down went the two and before his friends could reach him a second shot from Bills rifle laid the redskin low On came the others bent on anal hilating the little band that opposed them when to their amazement a long blue line popped up in their way and K company with Colonel Mason at Its bead dashed at them Leaving theIr dead the Cheyennes scattered back helter skelter for the ridge but timely fire was wild aqd their stand a short one Company after company debouched from behind the bluff and ut terly disheartened ye Jadlans rushed 4 tor tho reservation leaving behind all their provisions General Merritt pur sued them until night when time whole command went Into camp at the agency The Indians left their dead and ad mil having more wounded They lost six ponies Their friends nt Red Cloud say they never dreamed that the Fifth cavalry could get there in time to head them off The regiment sustained no loss It arrived at Laramle yesterday and leaves for Crooks command tomor rowThe above Is from the Xew York Herald Sunday July 23 1870 From Captain Charles Kings Campaigning With Crook published In 1890 By Jove general says Buffalo Bill sliding backward down the lull nows our chance Let tho party mount here out of sight and well cut these fellows off Come down here every man of you Glancing behind me I saw Cody Tall and Chips with five cavalrymen eagerly bending forward in their sad dies grasping carbine and rifle every eye bent upon mo watching for the signal Not a man but myself knows how near they are Thais right close In you beggars Ten seconds more and you are on them A hundred and twentyfive yards a hundred ninety Now lads In with you Theres n rush n wild ringing cheer then bang bang bang and It to now close quarters knife and knife in a cloud of dust Cody and his men tumble In among them Buffalo Bill closing on a superbly accoutered war nor It Is the work of a minute the Indian has fired and missed Codys bullet tears through the riders 1 ler Into tile ponys heart and they tumble In a confused heap on the prairie The Cheyenne struggles to his feet for an other shot but Codys second bullet hits the mark It Is now close quar ters knife and knife After a hand to hand struggle Cody wins and time young chief Yellow Hand drops life less In his tracks after a hot fight Baffled and astounded for once In a lifetime beaten at their own game their project of Joining SItting Bull nipped In the bud they take hurried flight But our chief Is satisfied Buffalo Bill Is radiant His are the hon ors of the day I General Cook commanding the de partment who had started early In spring was up In the north and hut fought the same Indians who after ward destroyed General Custers com mandHe fought them in the battle of the Rosebud on the 17th of May This was a very indecisive contest practl sally a severe check to him compel ling him to take up permanent camp on the Big Goose creek where Sheri dan Wyo now stands and there await reenforcemcnls General Sheridan ordered Generals Merritt and Carr with the Fifth cav alry to make forced marches to Join Crook at Goose creek- I was with this command as chief of scouts and guide and we had been operating In northwestern Nebraska and the southern part of Dakota to keep the Indians from the Red Cloud and Spotted Tall agencies from going north to Join the hostiles under Sitting Bull Not Wholly Careless Thomas Cbclt was a meek but care lass clerk who through no greater fault than carelessness was continu ally blundering In Ills work His mot usual mistake was to misdirect letters either by substituting a wrong street number or by writing say Cal for Col One day his employer laid on his desk a letter which had been 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