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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJ f t it J J Q r p r ihY w p wry HAZELJII GREEN HERALDFamous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORell r 0 I AdvanceJhI TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GRJnWOLF COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 29 1909 NUMBER 44 r Lexington and Eastern Railway 1 Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND 6 STATIONS DaLlyexIDallyaud1Sunday Sunday l 3uuduyonly AMLve iMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am I 2 20 palI MWa- mOKJunct tJ 16 pro I r 26 piiii lawJ urn Beattyve Jc 7 07 aw aw pm 7 54 am Torrent 7 tn am I 3 41 liD 1Il mu Not Bridge 7 45 am 3 b0 pm 820 am- CalUpton J n 7 48 em 3 67 pm 828 am Stanton 8 1511m 416 pm 854 um Clay City 8 25 am 4 35 pm 902 am LlJuuoa 9 00am 5 07 pm 1038m 9 12 am 5 20 pm 1012 um LWinchester 9 M am 0 05 pm 1025 um EAST BOUND No2 Dllllv No4 and Dally Sunday ex IIISu day PM LyeAMLyeI 25 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 3b am 8 13 2 a8 pm VO tynichesterX20 am 2 48 iin LEJunction II 26 pm 3 50 pm 40 Clay City I40 II 02 am Stanton144 9 10 am358 pun H 4 30 pm Campton Junen 9 38 pm 4 35 pm 51 TorrentI 57I I 43 am 4 47 pm 61 9 56 em 5 10 pm 7U lleattyeJc 70 1017 am 6 05 pm IIU OKJuncn 901115 am tJ 10 pm 94 Jackson 11 20 am CONNECTIONS- L iEJtNCTIONliuins Nos land will make connection with the C x Uly lor Sit Sterling CAMITOK JUNCTION Trains Nos l 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central By for Pine Ridge and Campton BKATTYVUK JUNCTION Irains No2 will make connection at Healtyvllle June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyville O i K JUNCTION Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O ok K Kailway for local RililwafWManager OHAaaCOTTOen Pass Agent OMO hlliIwj I 1 ime Table May 21 1905 WEST BOUND tk No33r No21 Daily ex STATIONS = Dally ex Sunday p f Sunday PMAKK 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawn- j 20 12 19 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhuriit 6 11 44 3 10 27 0 K Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No34 r I No22 ex STATIONS wily ex Sunday is Sunday AMLvEPMLn7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Uelechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 t4- l 037 10 Wilhurst 20 161 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 225 j 30jNos21 and 22 will make close at O ok K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for i LECONLEYwaySuperintendent mountain Dontral Railroad No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a n1Campton1180 a m 200 pn1Camptan 000pm No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 780 amCampn Juno 10 05 an 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains BeF BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put away the dead In decent style J61Specialcaskets supplied on 24 hours notice finettt made if ordered funerals4s c 0 KOS- ENotary SEWELl Public STILLWATER KY Oflers his professional services lo citizens of Wolfe county and solicits the patronage o all who may Lve legal papers to execute Office at hit residence oniltiUwaler fi e i SI ik Ati L ij n r COUNTY NEWSn LocnlltC1ns ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friertclsC- OSNEYVILLE0 Mrs Lou E Tutt is on the sick listMrs G H Fulks is very illat this writing Rev James Brown will preach at this place next Sunday Fire broke out one day last week and destroyed a lot of fencing James Brown Jr attended the working at Grant Browns Satur daySunday school met as usual and much good is being done in this workMiss Bertha Fulks was a guest of Rev and Mrs Frank Agar last FridayPrayer meeting is held at this place every Wednesday night All are invited Grant Brown had an old time log rolling last Saturday A re freshing dinner was served- G H Fulks went to Calaboose Sunday to organize a Sunday school and good success is reported There were will be services at this place the second Sundav in each month conducted by Rev Frank Agar Mrs Geneva Brown daughter Ora and sons James and Charles were guests of James Brown and family Sunday Nick Conter Rollie Tutt and Samuel Shackelford made a trip to Calaboose last Sunday and re port an enjoyable time Rolho Tutt who has been attending school at Berea has returned and was welcomed with a long smile from the girls T K Tutt went to Booneville Saturday returning Monday bring ing with him his daughter May who has been visiting her aunt at that place for some time Misses Ruth Tutt Bertha Fulks and Zella Fulks took a goodold summer time stroll Sunday even ing to view the ruins of the old bridge which fell in some time ago Only a few planks remain April 20 Amos Up Before tho Bar N H Brown an attorney of Pittsfield Vt writes We have used Dr Kings New Life Pills fur years and find them such a good family medicine we wouldnt be without them For chills constipation biliousness or sick head ache they work wonders 25 at all dealers LANDSAW W H Chambers will shortly leave for Richmond Floyd Murphy and wife went to Hazel Green Sunday Henry Caskry of Morgan coun ty was here Monday S H Kash of your town was in this section Sunday Robert L Hollr ii of Holly was visiting in this section recently Mrs Brock Hounshelof Frozen was at Landsnw shopping Monday- H B Kash of Valeria took din ner with the writer one day rncent lIy Thfl wife of Leo Taylor was bur ied in the Murphy graveyard last SundayJudge G T Center was here Monday and went on up the creek on business Crockett Rose swapped mules with his fatherinlaw William Hurst Saturday- An infant child of Clint Taylor died Monday and another is not expected to live Isaac Adams of Maytown spout Saturday and Sunday with lE T Kash and family W Hand Robert Taokett who went to Wisconsin recently write that they Ire well satisfied but tthat the snow was about three feet therefApril 20 ANoN i v L TO COHRESPONDENTSMail ollrII OfliCPInot0 STAMPER BRANCH 0 Mrs Tom Stamper is on the sick listJames Stamper sold to Malcom Barker a hog for 876 The men in this section were working the public road Saturday The infant child of Mort Stam per and wife is sick at this writing George Brooks sold a wagon to Dr Center of Hazel Green for 8 Malcom Barker was the guest of Boone Stamper and family Sun dayFred Stamper was a guest of James Stamper and family Sunday eveningMrs Owen Coldiron visited her daughter Mrs Frances Stamper Thursday night Miles Trent and wife were guoste of George Handy and family Saturday and Sunday Misses Lucy Sweeney and Lillie Stamper wore guests of Mrs L G Stamper Sunday night Abner Trent and son went fish ing Wednesday returning Thursday with a fine string of fish Mrs Henry Stamper and threo children of Maytown wore guests of Boone Stamper and family Sun dayMiss Lucy Sweeney of H G A visited James Stamper and family Sunday returning to town Mou day Drew Stamper and wife visited the latters parents Jahile Phil lips and family Saturday and Sun dayMrs Malissa Brooks and family moved from Gillmore to the farm of Erastus Brooks on Red river FridayAunt Rosie Stamper who is making her home with Drew Stam per was visiting her brother L G Stamper Saturday and Sunday Quito a crowd went hunting Sat urday night Among them we no ticed Green Drew Leslie and Charlie Stamper and Stanley Clark All report an enjoyable time I April 26 SPRINOTISIK Mrs Gene Whisman is very ill at this writing James Nickell attended church on Gillmore Sunday Mrs Bruce Lewis visited Mrs John Martin Elam Sunday Mrs South Arriett visited her parents near Lee City Sunday Miss Millie Ely and Lizzie Raniy wore guests of Miss Roxie Shuma ker last Friday Misses Eva Haynes and Annio Cochram were guests of Miss Roxie Shumakor Sunday Silas the son of Mr and MMi W X Shumukor has been very ill for some time but is somewhat bettor This is called the Stamper branch bejaalledtunmile long and there are 80 girls on it April 10 OLD ZIP Cons Words to Freeze the Soul Your son has consumption His case is hopeless These ap palling words were spoken to Goo E Blevens a leading merchant of Springfield N 0 by two expert doctors one a lung specialisti l i Then was shown the wonderful power of Dr Kings New Discov eryIIAfter three weeks use writes Mr Elevens he was as well as ever I would not take all tho 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 milktApply to Chas M Rose Hazel Green KyII 1iWs aII r t +n14Y c1J STILLWATER 0 Mrs I W Combs visited Mrs D B Tyra Saturday Roscoo 0 Wells and wile visited with S C Rose and family Sunday Willie Ledford Was hors from Pine Ridge tho other day buying coruIJohn W Cox recently purchased n peg tooth and a disc harrow from I B Tyra B D Rose sold a lot of lumber to the SwanDay Lumber Co of Clay City at a private price Miss Eliza Combs has been vis iting Mrs Robert L Carroll at Campton the past few days S M1 Brewer and family accom panied by his son and family left last Friday for Middletown Ohio Alfredl Dye of Hazel Green passed through hero last week and said he was going to Middletown Ohio Rev H1 Derthick passed thru hero Friday en route to Hazel Green from Lexington and other points John W Cox made a deal a few days since vitFu railroad compa ny and sold them 1050 worth of pross ties Newt Hortrn went to Clay City recently and made U contract to furnish 7000 ties straight inspec tion at Olf per tie Torrry Brewer sold to J W Cox DM Tuesday of last week four stands of bees for 12 and to Bruco Pelfrey a sow with eight pIgs for G Mrs Robert 1 Rose who has been visiting her sou 1 D Rose at harmer City III for the past seven months returned homo Fri day and her health has been con siderably improve On tho 10th inst S M Brewer sold his farm on little Laurel to Tom Brewer for a consideration of j800 and on the same day he sold to J W Cox a pair of mules wagon and harness two milk cows ono heifer and three hogs for 875 Owen Cold rou returned on the 19th from Colorado where ho had gone to settle with the compauy for which his son Dock Coldiron was working at the time he was killed Ho compromised the case by receiving jIlLf0 and all expens es incurredMrs Taylor died at her home in Powell county on the 28rd inst and was brought to the home of George W Salley Satur day evening where tne funeral was preached by Revs Jeff Brewer and James Rose Sr and the remains were interred in the Murphy grave yard on this creek Her husband and three children survive April 2i5 DOMINGO IIld Rather Die Doctor than have my feet cut off said M11 Btiuham of Princevillo III but youll die from gangrene which haul eaten away eight toes if you dont snid all doctors Instead he used Bucklons Salve till wholly cured Its cure for ec zema fever soros boils burns and piles astound tho world 25c at all dealers SANDFIELD 0 Roy McNabh and fleece Cox went to Stillwater Sunday Rev Paul Derthick will preach at Toliver church next Sunday Maude McXabb and Nancy Cat ron were guests of Stella Swaugo SundayUncle Thomas Sexton of May town spent Sunday night with J J Cntron John Osborn of Monifee was entertained by Miss Cordie Old field Sunday Willio utrou wont to see A B Laudrum on important legal busi ness Sunday Mrs Lucy Swooney of Stillwa ter is visiting her parents A B Landrum and wile Mrs Cora Banks of Stillwater was a guest of her brother Taylor Spencer laid wife Saturday and Sunday 1151 MfNabli and R A Childers with tliuir wives were guests of their son told daughter Ed Mc Xabb and wife Sunday MosdiuiiPB Too Ingrain and Alice Croech and Miss Not tie Cox visited relatives and friends at Hazel Groan Saturday and Sunday April LO j3lUiwiNK I L LEE CITY 0 Jesse Kash of Torrent was here MondayJ throughherecamps countyfsbrother Scott Nickell of Gillmore was here Friday and went to Jackson on business R A Dunn has rented ot H W Bryant the old postoflice which he is using for a harbor shop and law officeA Sundaytohad thirtyfive river men for Can- nel City Fred Hurt left Thursday for Cincinnati and other cities for the purpose of buying a stock of mer chandiseG Byrd deputy sheriff sold to H W Bryant Sr a postoffico cabinet and some other items be longing to James PSimer for taxes Asa Rose attended the first an niversary of the Cannel City skat ing rink Friday night He says the masquerade party was worth seeing and puts him in the notion of going again Bruce Xickell was arrested and taken to Jackson Saturday He is thought to have been selling whisky as a government man had him in charge There are others selling in this vicinity judging from the amount that is being drankCaleb Dunn son of R A Dunn got two of his toes mashed bv swinging on a train of moving cars here Saturday It was remarkable that he was not killed The train men happened to notice him and stopped immediately or he would have been injured more severe if not killed Dr J H Dunn dress ed his wounds April 20 NI Swept Over Niagara This terrible calamity often hap pens because a careless boatman ignores the rivers warninggrow ing ripples and faste rcurrent Na tures warnings are kind That dull pain or ache inthe back warns i you the kidneys need attention if you would escape fatal maladies I diabetesor diseasesdropsy Bright Take Electric Bitters at once and I see backache fly and all your best feelings return After long suf fering from weak kidneys and lame back one 100 bottle wholly cured me writes J R Blankenship of Belk Tenn Only 50c at all deal ore NEOLA 0The terrific hailstorm which struckour little city Wednesday did no damage Hauling ties is on the program again In about a week the roads will look like 80 cents Roger Bryan of Bryan Goodwin Hunt of Lexington was here recently interviewing our mer chantsHager Hollon spout a pleasant Sunday at the home of S C Alex ander at Daysboro He reports a fine time James Taulbee and wife of Days boro spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Willie Alexander near tbis place The writer received three HERALDS last week of recAnt dates which gave him something to read Sunday Still send them to the same address Sunday Squire Williams a col ored naturalist of Daysboro took in the scenery that nature gives around and within this place and was very much delighted deputyUnitedBruce Nickell known asFlatnose of Gillmore for bootlegging the stimulant known as corujuice Two whisky dealers of this city had the misfortune of being caught up with by Deputy Sheriff Sam Allen of Belknap They will be tried before Squire Fallen Mon day The following were guests of Misses Anna and Nettie Hollon MayNioktlllell and Claud Prater All had a glorious time Will Alexander is bossing thojob i of coal tar pRinting on the roofs of S C Alexanders store and resi sighttored and then some The writer would like to take in Prof C E Clarks piiortainraent at Cannel City Graded school but business will not permit I know the occasions will Ln peerless onep as Estill is a master of elocution Reports came to this place week that at a whisky Jast1fIR party by the name of Wiiges s I and instantly kilJpd lien Patrick on Frozen creek Urn i in son of Henry Patrick who was murdered on Trent fork of Red river about six years ago painting B Hollons residence lae inside will bo a cherry finish and hand somely varnished which will he pleasant to they eya This is the largest building that Uncle Sam has worked on for some time I observed in the issuo uf April jpondontj upItThe frost and chill still hold the boards todayApril POIToSTATE OF Omo CITY OK TOIFDO t nIuCASJ Frank J Cheney makes oath that he iii senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney ok Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that salI firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of HI jI torrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in try presence this elli day ot December 188i A W GLEASON SEAL Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous 1 surfaces of the system Send for teitiraoul 4alSold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipati- onCONSOLATION 0 Lige Blankenship spent Sunday at Daysboro Malcom Barker of Trent was in this section Friday Willie Blankenship JrWnBOll Stillwater a few days ago Curtis Walters cut his leg very badly while peeling tanbark one day recently Mrs James Barnett who has been sick for some time is not improving much S M Tyler has been on the sick list for a few days but is some what better at present Dave Lawson and family of Ha zol Green spent Sunday with rela tives iu this settlement Tom DeBoard of Malone Cur tis Walters and several others have been engaged in peeling tan tik in this neighborhood for several daysApril 20 Most INSKO 0 Mrs Dora Phipps is very sickat this writing Howard Nickell of Grassy was here recently ou business CitywaahereQuite a crowd attended church in Magoffin county Sunday Kelse Risner bought a horse the other day from a Mr Green for 95 Wm Bailey Jr sold a uioepair of mules a few days ago to Ward Ely for 400 Wm and Clay Rudd of Belknap passed through hero en route to West Liberty James Center of Magoffin coun ty was in this community the other day on business Shelby Risner an enterprising stock dealer of Niokell was here a few days ago buying cattle Dutoh Bailey who has been in s Louisiana for tho past few months returned home Monday and left Tuesday for Morehead to visithis brother Robert Bailey- A r B Patrick a deputy United States marshal of Salyerville was agolookingfair and captured H R Crase and 1Letcher Davis Jr and took them to West Liberty where they filled bond for their appearance at the r September session of court April 20 NAT 0 wr i r j I If 14 i t u Fp 2 j IIIII II THE HERALD Enteredatthe nniel Oren Pot omoeaeoond iimntter 3EKOEBCOOPEH Editor HAZEL GREEN KY r THURSDAY April 29 1901 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT JUllgeKELLY Attorney- I R HOLLON Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third Monday In Septei ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT O T CENTER Judge G B STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday In each mouth WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesday in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No 1C M Fallen third Friday in March June feepteuioer and Decen ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri l day vember in February May August and No District No 3S F Allen second FridA- Yss February May August and November District NosP it Legit first Friday In larch May August and November District No 6T C llollon second Fri- ttt day in March June September and De cember District No 6Ray IIurst third Friday IIn February May August and November District No7n T Helton fourth Fri i U t day in March June September and December 1 fDistrict No 8J M Lovelace first Fri February May August and November I t4 DEMOCRATIC TICKET t rWOLFE COUNTY For County Judge W B DUFF I For County Court Clerk h L CAKROLI t For Circuit Court ClerkuJ C LINDON For SherlffQEOROE tV SALLiA For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE tiForAssessorJ T CENTER r For JailerJ C1 LITTLE A For Co Superintem entJ W TAULDEE For Surveyor E CREECH t For Coroner J RANK SAMPLE- r fMORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAI For Commonwealths Attorney 32nd DiatrlctJOIlX M WAUGH For County JudgeMI C FERGUSON t IlIANEFQrFor Superintendent TN DARKEn For Circuit CIerkU1OAKLET SherlffMH B BROW1 5ForJallerMII C COMBS For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN For CoronerMZACH HANE1 For Surveyor M P TURNER ffGOOD ROAD POINTERS ft I theIi t SIMPLE BUT USEFUL DONTS 1 llExcellent advice on the care and i tcon8truction of roads is contained ft in the following set of suggestions I to road supervisors t Dont leave grass and weeds on I l guttersttheDont dig If gutters and throw it upon the road ti Dont leave dirt in piles on the roads tDontthrow grass and weeds up- ont the road surface II preparingfDont dump stone or gravel on you thereby cause willful waste and woeful want Doiit place new material on the road without leveling and shaping it so that the grade and cross sec i J tion of the road will be unchanged Dont expect travel to spread and roll the new material One half of the money spent is wasted by this method 4Dont put new material on an old hard road surface before first picking or loosening the old cover ingDont try to do work without proper tools Dont think any old tools are good enough for road work Dont use dull picks broken shovels or dull scraper blades Dont waste your rainy days Dont let water stand on your road Dont try ffo repair a road in dry weather without a liberal use of t waterDont allow culverts or pipes to become choked up Dont allow the outlets of under drains to become stopped up Dont let water get under a road Dont let rats form Dont let the road lose its origi nal cross section Dont let the shoulders get higher than the center of the road Dont fail to widen your fills at every opportunity No better place the mud grass and weeds taken the road than on the sides of 11for embankments use guard rails if you can dirt to widen your road bury a stone road under IJ Ridesr mudDont crown your road BO high witdh of the road is intended for use Dont expect a road to take care ft itself jJ riieiw Dont fail to locate all good repair material lying on or near the roadDont wait until you are ready to go to work before you procure the necessary material for repair Dont be constantly changing your road gang Dont lose sight of tho fact that road repairing is a trade and must be learned Dont depend one some one else to tell you what the condition of your road is unIderDont think there is nothing more to be learned about road buildingDont forget that nobody knows it allDont think because you do not hear the comments that your work is not being praised or criticised as the case may be Dont look down on your work Dont lose sight of the fact that good roads are one of the greatest factors in the development of any countryDont forget that churches and schools cannot thrive without good roadsDont be satisfied with anything but the bes- tWOLFE FISCAL CQURT FINANCIAL STATEMENT- For the Year 1908 0Special January Term Jan 5 1909 0I S Q Sample having been by order duly entered at the October 1908 Term of this Court appointed its Commission er to make settlement on behalf of the County with J W Cox Sherifl for the tax year of 1908 respectfully submit the following report I charge the said Sheriff with unpaid balance due upon his settlement for the year 1907 1910 90 To taxes on 1654602 assessed property at the rate of 50c on the 100 8273 01 To Capitation or Poll Tax on 1815 males over 21 years of age at 150 per head 2724 00 To Adams Express Co back Franchise taxes 130 86 To Franchise taxes on other companies 353 31 To Tangible Property Taxes on companies 752 85 To 1907 taxes against Beckett Garver c the collection- of which was prevented in 1907 300 01 I charge back to the said Sher iff 4 per cent of the Exon erations in County court of 39704 for failing to collect same having been previously credited with thin as his commission for col letting same 15 88 I charge said Sheriff with 4 per cent commission on 49115 taxes due from ab sentees and delinquents from the collection of which the Fiscal court have released him 19 65 I charge him with 4 per cent of 930 for failing to col lect Sterling Oil Co tax 30 14480 84 I find that the said Sheriff iia entitled to 10 per tent of the first 5000 collected as his fee for collecting same 500 00 By 4 per cent commission for collecting the remaining 753404 301 36 By exonerations in County court property of a total value of 7940881 at 60c on the 100 397 JI credit the said Sheriff with the following County claims which be has paid and which he now holds against the county 558 Morgan Gilley 4 00 458 Morgan Gilley 4 00 476 Morgan Gilley 4 00 474 Shelby Cannoy 46 79 569 A G Bradley 7 11 511 O M and Lum Hanks 22 50 486 J C Barker 19 00 533 Polly Campbell 25 00 583 J H Gilly 5 00 587 Robert Tyler 7 00 516 P R Legg 900 543 0 W McNabb HI 50 489 B T Helton 3 00 485 J F Samples 600 542 OBLinkous 12 00 589 J N Rose 1 50 f41 Marshal Wright6 00 562 W 0 Wooten 3 00 592 John Burchfield 6 25 m Lizzie Gilley 11 20 477 J M Taylor 2 50 r 94 J H Miller 6 00 476 W H Chambers 125 00 Int on same 8 mos 5 00 603 Frank Center 375 00 Int on same 3 mos 5 63 596 A J Sweeney 6 00 598 William Centers3 00 142 Jeptha Fallen 3 00 600 Alex Toliver 18 75 599 Joe Roberts 20 00 597 Morgan Gilley 4 00 591 W C Wooten 3 00 595 Polly Campbell 25 00 608 Jennie Patton 3 00 579 S S Shackelford 2 00 B F Jones 103 00 Int on same 2yrs 12 36 186 Rainey Allen 2 56 166 Dulcena Rose 36 25 527 Jackson Tutt 16 00 175 Advocate Pub Co 94 96 Int on same 1 year fi 69 477 Dr B D Cox 52 00 478 It H Taulbee 15 00 528 J B Hollon 34 94 435 Robert Brooks 9 00 499 J 0 Lindon 4 00 410 Alexander Toliver 18 75 Mi J 11 LoveUco 16 00 21 Jfjpiha Fallen 00 463 A C Oliver 2100 567 W P Lacy 4 80 119 FALyonSon 180100 Int on same 3 years 32 40 467 Roy Smith 4 i00 428 John J Tutt 6 Hi 427 V L Byrd 3100 516 Morgan Gilley 4 00 453 Marshall Wright II 00 619 J C Lindon 33 12 475 W H Chambers 112 60 Int on same 1 year II 75 482 B F Cable 2 ti6 670 J H Gilley ft 00 490 EJ Creech It 00 331 T C Hollon 0 00 1Int on same 1 year 86I Iti71 W Z Miller 2 liO1 572 Walker Oliver 2 00 431 Aquilla Barker 23 6 568 T C Hollon 9 00 428 David Rose 30 UO Int on same 1 year 1 SlI 432 David Rose 30 00 561 James Harmon 30 00 449 S H Rose 13 Iii 481 J M Taylor 13 liO 480 J 11 Taylor 18 00 685 Joseph A Rose 8 00 475 Hiram Whisman 2 00 569 T 0 Hollon 3 00 27 Owego Bridge Co 1453 44 Int on same 2 years 174 44 509 S G Sample 10 00 610 George M Spencer 1 60 411 John B Childers 25 00 Int on same 1 year 1 50 450 John Bush 12 60 532 Morgan Gilley 4 00 409 Charles Wireman6 00 405 J M Taylor 3 00 407 J M Lovelace 3 00 479 Joe Roberts 20 00 563 John Moore 5 00 554 Hiram Swango 1 00 M7 P R Legg 3t 00 518 P R Lepg 9 00 566 James Wilson 6 00 455 Dulcinia Rose 36 20 AOl J W Cox 64 50 383 Rola Clark 12 00 Int on same 1 year 72 118 Robert Madden 2 00 535 Alex Toliver 18 75 450 B T Helton 8 5 487 BTHelton 9 00 444 Alex Toliver 18 76 553 S J Wells 16 50 416 William Lawson 12 50 540 Shiloh Swang 2 00 536 John Bush 12 50 152 Fielden Cox 7 00 384 J A Johnson 1C 00 Int on same 1 year GO 488 B T Helton 9 00 537 Joe Roberts 20 00 465 Lizzie Fife 15 00 132 William Lawson 12 50 502 James W Rose 11 00 423 Joel S Cox 16 50 474 W H Chambers 112 50 Int on same 1 yr3 m 8 J4 471 W Chambers 112 60 Int on same 2 yr 3 m 15 19 472 W H Chambers 112 60 Int on same 2 yr 13 50 473 W H Chambers 112 50 Int on same 1 yr 6 m 10 13 197 Joseph Halsey 2 6- i90 D B Center 28 00 453 J B Hollon Son 17 65 443 Lizzie Smith 15 00 576 T C Hollon 2 66 175 Louisa King 18 00 406 J R Brooks 3 00 667 J M Nickell 4 80 427 John J Tutt 10 35 403 W B Brown 9 00 Jut on same 1 yr 54 5i3 James Drake 4 00 574 Nelson Nickell 4 00 495 W P Wise 4 00 507 James Drake 14 00 316 J R Elkins 15 00 Int on same 1 yr OC 417 Wm Little 2 75 401 Carolina Edwards 4 00 Int on same 1 yr 24 581 M J Sally 12 00 564 J M Wallace 2 00 415 James W Halsey 2 00 Int on same 1 yr 12 414 James W Hilsey 2 00 Int on same 1 year 12 145 Jackson J Tutt 15 00 483 F P Clark 40 00 469 Elijah Rose 10 00 476 Dr B D Cox 19 00 Int on same 1 year1 14 415 Dr B D Cox 14 00 Int on same 1 year ft4 551 William Lasson 12 ljO Int on same 1 year 7L 138 JW Sweeney J1201 427 Morgan Gilley 4 00 Int on same 1 year 24 425 Gentry Mullinc 4 00 Int on same 1 year 24 168 SF Allen 9 00 641 G T Centers 17 75 i82 M F Gibhs 9 00 i85 C C Rose 300 684 Fielden Cox 10 25 460 G T Centers 34 75 659 John Murphy 1 On 520 H K Nickell 45 85 609 G T Centers 125 00 Int on same 9 mos 5 63 662 W G Halsey 168 10 573 Nancy J Center 125 00 580 J C Lindon 9 0 156 Jennie Patton 3 00 464 James H Dunn S 00 440 Jennie Patton 3 00 548 Boone Dunn 16 30 521 J E Miller 5 60 i49 Frank Center 4 50 435 H K Nickell 60 00 419 D B May 15 56 615 C W Rose 28 19 i4 John B Hollon 78 44 651 Robert L Carroll 175 00 119 Morgan Gilley 400 Int on same 1 year 24 629 Shelby Cannoy 10 00 623 Robert Miller A D L 16 00 113 J n Spencer 10 00 627 G B Stamper 250 00 648 Walter Oliver 21 75 649 J D Carroll 2 60 650 James Little 1 00 6H J M Lovelace 9I 00 7 I R Hollon 12 00 Int on same 1 year 72 34 I B Balky If 00 Int on same 2 years 11 80 655 D Evans 4 00 546 J H Gilley 10 00 SF Allen 9 00 1628 John L Cox 20 00 624 Dr Taylor Center Jf 00 1631 John L nox 4 00 625 Mrs S FAllen 10 00 626 S F Allen 4 60 545 Jeptba Fallen 900 601 Frank Phillips 7 69 457 K G Sample 60 00 830 00JLi 010 J H Gllloy 3 00 617 RobtBrookn 9 00 432 Lizzie Gilley 2 iO Int on same 1 yr13433 Lizzie Glllov 9 8l 56 W S Tutt 121 81 Int on sumo 1 yr 9 in 12 7f 614 W B Culbertson 100 Olll 0011ii8605 Dulccnia Rove 3li 00II 592 Jerry Childers 2 493 Jerry CIHhlere 2 609 J1 Reynolds 4 11111 024 G B Stamper 5 Otl Int on same 3 yr W I Oat J E Childers 6 nil 040 J E ChillIer 6 on Int on panic 1 yr lIi 422 TF Stamper 1661 052 Ellen Drake 5 0lI 638 T R Horton Son 12 M 637 Gentry Mullino 3 011 645 Campion LunutMerCo 89 80 694 H B Ranks 10 lit 678 JJ W Banks 2 44 612 JJ11 Spencer 21 Itf 47 leo M Spencer 21 U1 430 Isaac Combs n 00 530 M B Spencer 2 IIlI 531 M U Spencer 1 01 Int on sane 1 yr Ot 819 T C Hollon 9 GO 633 George King 2 00 484 Jnmes Cable 10 K 661 Jennie Patton 3 110 496 Kobt Hiockey 5 50 635 John F Carroll 25 00 667 D B Center 10 00 625 Dr Taylor Center 10 00 670 Elizabeth McDaniel 3 00 4M2 Robert L Carroll 16 6O 629 Henry King 5 00 680Ij F Holing 7 05 679 W E Terrell 10 00 503 Larkin Stamper23 50 434 Robert I Carroll 19 05 600 G W Lovelace 14 00 605 Larkin Stamper 12 61 539 JM Taylor 1 JO 547 E J Creech 450 66E Jnmea Combs 3 50 636 S P Howe tJ3 00 672 S P Howe 6 00 544 Mary J Handy5 00 677 J H Gillev 3 00 571 Morgan Gilley 4 00 646 J C Barker 3 7a 668 Mary J Handy 5 00 584 Mary Jane Handy 5 00 523 Gentry Mullins5 00 653 Elizabeth Fife 4 00 623 J M Tnylor 10 00 657 J M Taylor 160 J70 Acquiln Barker 9 00 565 Rosco Wells 14 43 642 HI Wells 10 00 riBS William Lawson 12 50 612 W S Tutt 14 00 WO B T Helton 9 00 343 S S Shackelford 25 00 118 Roy Hurst 9 00 622 William L Hurst II3 00 466 G W Sally 2 50 109 Tomes Gillev 5 00 622 Uobt L Carroll 10 00 r60 James W Halsey 500 163 Rosco Wells 41 25 420 James Perkins 10 7f 671 Mitch Campbell 4 80 6643 Jeptha Fallen 900 43i Frank Phillip 3 00 436 Wm Centers 2 59 559 0 C Wireman 2 00 508 I R Hollon 25 00 560 0 C Wireman 2 75 656 C A McQuinn 4 00 194 B F Knoli 1 00 606 11V Combs 5 00 152 Caroline Edwards 4 00 154 J M Taylor 9 00 456 C M Fallen 9 00 461 J M Lovelace 9 00 462 J M Lovelace 2 50 395 Willie Cundiff 12 00 T credit said Sheriff with tax es due from absentees and delinquents from tho col lection of which the Fiscal court have released him as follows Lee City Precinct No1 160 50 Hazel Green Precinct No2 79 60 Compton Precinct No 3 38 55 Torrent Precinct No4 54 00 Holly Precinct No 5 17 27 Stillwater Precinct No G42 48 duty Precinct No 7 20 21 Africa Precinct No8 10 60- Dampton Precinct No 9I 44 14 Precincts No4 5 and 8 old men heretofore exonerated by court from paying poll tax 24 00 I credit him with Sterling Oil Co tax for last year uncol lectililennd for which the court has exonerated him 9 30 From above figures and settlement I find that he Iis now indebted to Wolfe coun ty in the sum of 5610 43 14480 84 The above report I respectfully submit to the Wolfe Fiscal court for their considerationIWitness my signature this January 6 11909 S 0 SAMPLE Spec Com Wolfe Fis Court Filed January 4tl 1909 H L CJ1mOLICWCC J naIB OO11llflh1g I offer for sale my residence consl8tI log of seven room cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locutions in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general reo pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur wished with a complete outfit of toollI and stock of materials and supplies also quipped with power nod macnlueryI Will sell all together or separately For further particulars call on or address JOHN H ROSE March 11I Hazel Green K- yDAY HOUSE Hazel Croon KyIlira LOU DAY Proprietor Best table fare In Eastern Kentucky A- large sample room connected Heated mid lighted by can throughout and special ao mmo latioufl to traveling men il MilliNERY 11 springtherefore nicely extremely RHADYTCMVEAR trimmings iDates pril9JP Aside from selectionatmoderatetofini I womanWeapedeityMISS FALAY LONG Ky b WE WANT YOUR EGGS DURING MARCH APRIL MAY We ship carload lots therefore pay better prices than others HidesOldTHOS HEINRICH SON are in charge this house Remember pay CASH everything buy HEINRICH TOOHEYP- ost NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA 11GrRAY Commissioners Sale o F R WILSON Admr Plaintiff- S I Notice of sale JOANNA WILSON Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Wolfe Circuit court ren dered at January term 19GU in the above styled cause I shall proceed to Offer for sale at the front door of the court house in the Town of Campton Wolfe county Kentucky to the highest and best bidder at Public Auction on MONDAY the 3rd Day of MAY 1909 at 1 oclock pm or thereabout being the first day of the May term of Wolfe Circuit court and County court upon- a credit of six and twelve months the following described real estate to wi- t1One tract of land described in a deed from Shelby Kisner and Martha liisncr his wife to Andy Wilson dated January 18 1JOG and recorded in Deed Hook 17 page 88 and is bounded and described us follows Beginning at the county road near the meek thence a west direction with Andy Wilsons line to the top of the hill j tbedce leaving iVilsoiiii line with Wm Lindens line to the head of the branch to G A Nick ells line thence down the fork ridge with said G MI Nickelli line to It M iVilsons line j thence with said It All Vllsons line hack to the county Joad j thence with the county road to the innine 2Another trACt is described in deed from S Wilson and wife to Andy Wilson dated October 21 1901 and re corded in Deed Hook 17 page 186 and ill bounded and described as follows Beginning at u stmie near spring thence across the branch to the mouth of a small stream to a stone j thence to the top of point to a Ktoue thence following the point to the ridge to Leander JUMIIH hue i thence down the point with 1aulbees line the dividing fence to a chestnut oak on top of the ridge i thence from the chestnut oak down point or ridge to a stone near the burn of It M Wilson j thence through the middle of the road to the beginning For the purchase price the purchaser I with approved surety or securities execute bond hearing legal interest from the day of stile until pjiid und having the force and effect of a judgment hid tiers will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Witness my hand an Master Commis sinner of the Wolfe Circuit court this the 8th day of February lUOJ E T HOSE Master Com Wolfe Circuit Court By U D Roan D M 0 00 Far headache Miles Antl Pal m rWIIii i v 4 Our collection of millinery so most fastidious We carry the IAjiofs Aon TUIMMED HATS nod that menus the very embodiment of style to our customers linvo fitted you in stylish 1 hraihveiir inl the past We are doubly prepared to do fo now having the Jar gest line ever carried before embracing PATTERN HATS modiste in latest shapes 1 UNTRIMMEI FRAMES with a fine selection of i A complete line of MISSES and CHIL WRENS HEAUWEAR 9 10 Your Inspection Solicited Hazel Green and in can 4 of now we for we Office l will the etc etc its be J the tae the up must W Dr was We mares given special attention with im pregnator Money due when mare isII parted with in any way or bred to an other horse or jack and I colt until season money is paidIThis Jack is 14 12 hands high the best breeder in Morgan county and is i GraylnckAll care taken to prevent accidents Cj but not responsible should any occur COROLUS CHANEY Daysboro Ky FRUIT AND ORNAMENTALi TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMEYER do SONS LEXINGTON KY C Write for Free Catalog j Toe WiQOnostof Bank WINCHESTER KY N H WITHEUSPOON President Paid Up Capital i 810000000 Undivided Priillts i 11000000 f liauiUome Deposit of Vuver i i i 850000000 This bank solicits the accounts of merchants farmers traders and bus incas men generally throughout East ern Kentucky aDd offers its custom ers every facility most liberal t terms within the limits of legitimate banking loot2ly J I j KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS l KingsNew FOR lueaOLD8 I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATI8FAOXOB r OR MONEY REFUNDED 1f r HENRYV JaokonKysR- arnasaxTixo THE JOSEPH G REED CO Wholesale Dry Goods and Notions PORTSMOUTH OHIO Solicits the trade of the merchants of Eastern Kentucky and guarantees quality of goods Hold orders for biasJJ J i 1 riJ4 A I T11 3- t t l iF J rl 0 r i rLY1Jl1 t 1vJ j I 3 ifI r Alcohol k not needed Ayers Sarsaparilla is not a- jj strong drink As now made there is not a drop of alcohol s tonicsr c doctor about your taking this Impureblood1 l every time He knows Wo publish our farmulu We banish loobol I AlJmdloluoerdoolor ii greatiiten will quickly reply Keep the bowels regular Then ask him another ques j h AyersPills4 4Medby the I O Ajar Co Lowell Mats THE HERALD DRINK WAINSCOTTSROXA KOLA Roy Davis came up from Ezel Saturday to witness the ball game 1 Volney Ingram of Ashland was here Saturday last with the West Liberty ball team t John W Bohannon of this place j veryjt Henry Cecil who has been con valescing for some time was able Monday to drive a buggy to Hele ohawaPr Stevie James is rapidly improving f and unless ui foreseen compli cations arise will soon be up and about Roscoe Shackolford who is in tbo lumber business at Wilhnrat spent Sunday with his wife and familyChildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAFennis J Henry Koenig Cincinnati was a guest of the Cecil House during his stay 1 Dr Lockhart the dentist will be in his office at Campton May let and invites all needing his ser t 9viceto call Miss Daisy Day returned Wed nesday from Winchester where she has been visiting her uncle Floyd Day and family Miss Matlee Rose whose illness has been mentioned before is so much improved that she was able Z to be in town Monday William Clark of our town has boon confined to his bed with pneu monia for seven days yesterday 1 1andis a very sick man Miss Lula Hurst of Stillwater j and ner sister Mrs Crockett Rose of Lacy creek were in town Tues y ydaydoing some shopping Jesse Kash clerk of L Park Ho tel at Torrent left Monday to re sume his duties at that hostelry and entertain visitors to that re j jsortI Elmer Barker a student of the r academy accompanied by his cous Carrie Rose visited with i i iMiss on Stillwater from Saturday until Monday Henry Gillaspio and John Cold iron are in Middlotown Ohio to iI leftIC q on tho same business Wm McOwen representing the EndicottJohnsou Jo Endicott i N Y makers of leather and shoes was a guest of the Day House last Monday and Tuesday and sold to some of our merchants j Rev H J Derthick left Mon y day for his new home at Living ston Tenn driving through in his buggy and leading the Shetland pony belonging to his son A baseball game played on the diamond of the homo team here I s Saturday between the Junior nine Ii of West Liberty and a mixed team of regular and Junior nines of Ha zel Green resulted in tho score of 28 to 13 in favor of Hazel Groan I r ro M i 1 10 M j y IEllis Johnson of this place on Wednesday of last week had the misfortune to lose a team of mules by drowning in White Oak creek Morgan county Mr Johnsons brother Frank was driving the team under orders of a Mr West a drummer for the Hamilton Brown Shoe Co St Louis and when they came to the Howard ford they found the water danger ously high but as Mr West told the driver to risk fording ho drove in with the result that the wagon overturned and the mules drowned Mr Johnson at once brought suit tf recover pay for his team and as it was subject to the orders of the agent of tho representative the shoe company it is generally the latter willthought compromise the case A bevy of beauties from this town will go to Jackson Monday to attend the base ball game and we challenge Breathitt county to produce their equal Among those who have promised to attendare Misses NancySample Liza James Molly Coldiron Stella Bicknell Falay Long Virginia Day Mae Williams and Lula Nickell They will be chaperoned by Miss Cole man of Hazel Green Academy as well as one of the Misses Miller Florence or Katie Gault and per haps both They anticipate a royal time and we sincerely hope their every wish may be gratified as they are all very lovely ladies HOur Mart About Town learned Sunday that Friday or Saturday Ben Patrick was shot and instantly killed by one of the Wages boys The only particulars so far learn ed are that Patrick was playing the banjo when Wages made some insulting remark and Patrick hit him over the head with his banjo whereupon Wages shot him and ran Patrick followed him about ten feet when he fell and expired instantly The affair happened at one of the Wilsons on the head of Frozen creek The Berry Citizen is the name of newspaper just launched upon the turbulent journalistic sea at Berry which reached our exchange table last week It is a neat six column folio beaming with news and embellished with uptodate advertisements Ira D Sargent occupies the tripod while Henry- S Barnett recently foreman of the Breathitt County News has charge of the mechanical end Sam Kash and wife last week removed to the dwelling known as the Cord property very much to the regret of the editor and his better seven eighths who have al ways found them excellent neighbors But our loss will be the gain of those who now live close to them Jordan Wills one of our prominent and venerable citizens has been confined to the home of his soninlaw C F Kash for several days past He has a complication of diseases and old age renders his recovery problematical to say the least Tho many friends of Mrs Mallie French who has been in the hos pital at Jacksonville 111 for a month past will rejoice to learn that she is now rapidly convalescing and will this week go to her home it Ashland Illa town about 18 miles distantIClarence Lovelace who lives with Caesar Linden on Gillmoro and who has recently recovered from a serious case of pneumonia was in town Monday and is rapid ly convalescing Dr A C Nick ell pulled him through At the residence of the brides parents Borders Hale and wife of Pekin in Morgan county Miss Molly Hale and Asa McGarvey Nickell were united in marriage Bro Billy Yocum performing the ceremony If you want a fine razorns good as you can buy for 2call this at office and got one for 1 We also have a few watches good time keepers that can be had for 1 each Dont wait until supply is gone k 4 4 Indigestion Ends You can eat anything yourstom ach craves without fear ofa case of Indigestion or Dyspepsia or that your food will ferment or sour on your stomach if you will occasionally take a little Diapep sin after eating Your meals will taste good and anything you eat will be digested nothing can ferment or turn acid or poison or stomach intoII which causes Belching a feeling of fullness after eating I Nausea Indigestion like a lump of lead in stomach Biliousness Heartburn Water brash Pain in stomach and intestines or other symptomsHeadaches from the stomach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedy is usod Diapep sin really does all the wark of a healthy stomach It digests your meals when your stomach cant Each triangule will digest all the food you can eat and leave noth ing to ferment or sour Get a large 50cent case of Papes Diapepsin from your druggis and start taking today and by tomor row you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomach for you then can oat anything and everything you want without the slightest discomfort or misery and every particle of impurity and Gas that is in your stomach and intes tines is going to be carried away without the use of laxatives or any other assistance CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought Hears the- Signaturo Spf ZLjfotjZof Ut77CCtA nRRTIHE rET Blue Grass Against Mountains At a jury trial recently held in the Montgomery County curt a travesty on justice was so clearly demonstrated to show a preju neopleItstock men last fall contracted with a farmer near Mt Sterling to graze and care for about 00 head of cat tle the farmer agreeing to give the same attention to the cattle entrusted to his care as he did to his own to repair his fencing etc to so secure them Notwithstand ing these terms the cattle did get out and stray away and two of the same have never been found For the loss of these two the cattlemen sued or for their value in cash The farmer declined to pay and a jury of his countymen found him not neglectful of duty when the proof showed that for a week after their escape from the Held the said farmer had not inquired of his nearby neighbors about them So we beg all our stock dealers to beware with whom they deal as some of them as well as a jury have failed to accord justice to us W W SWANGO Time RISNEU CLAY WILSON Aunt Liza Nickell who is keep ing house for Uncle Andy Lacy on Lacy creek owing to old age and her lost vitality is in a very precarious condition WANTEDA bushel cr two of potato onions and a peck of onion sets Apply at this cffice The obeRegent Insurance Co of New York last week seut Dr J H Stamper a check for 200 in full ot the policy on his dental fixtures burned last winter WANTEDOne hundred milk cows fresh to pail within 00 days Apply to Cbas M Rose Hazel Green Ky The Hazel Green baseball nine will play a match game with the Jackson nine next Monday and all who wish to go to the contest will get reduced rates on the railroad Prof HJ Derthick says hostihl has a dresser parlor table dining table and chiffonier for sale pri vately Must be sold at once Clarence Havens of Grassy crook came over Saturday to witness the ball game between the Hazel Green and West Liberty teams and inci dentally made a friendly cull at TilE HERALD office J M Beatty of Lacy creek was Monday arrested on a capias from Hyden by Constable George Byrd and taken to that place to answer some charge pending in the Circuit court of Letcher county Trent correspondence came in Wednesday evening Be on time if you want your items printed 1 terfcfcr T KENTUOKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled William Dobbins of Lawrence county was burned to death while fighting destroyhisThe With anniversary of tho founding of the I 00 F in IKentucky was cele brated by the lodges throughout the state lust Friday night A twelveyearold son of John Oshorne living in Mattit Leo City in Moiitgorn ery county was playing with dynamite cap when it exploded tearing oil the thumband two lingers of hit left band Three persons were ground to death KentuctyWednesday Conway near Frankfurt J Sol Jarvis BryanIFor sewing up a surgeons sponge in the abdomen of Miss Mary Willis of Bracken county after performing a sur gical operation Dr F W Samuels hbB- to pay her J500 and tho Court of Ap peals holds that it is not too much While boating in Stoner creek near Wrightdiscovered tree They killed the animal which was a fine specimen the hide measuring 64 Indies the color of the fur being a solid blackSome unknown person telephoned Pa trolman Gilbert at his home that several houses were being robbed in Southern Heights a suburb of Louisville While burRlarshiliwere sot afire and destroyed The longexpected event has come to puss Last Friday Governor Willson granted a full and free pardon to Will lam S Taylor Charles Finley John Powers Harlan Whitaker and others for complicity in the murder of William greatlengthInstead of playing a game of base ball at Paris inn week scheduled between the State University and Paris teams engagedinmer were waiting for an interurban car to return home The heaviest hailstorm in years passed over while the teams were at practice hail falling to the depth of about six inches One of the peculiar incidents of the recent severe hailstorm at Paris was the the breaking of a large memorial window in St Peters Episcopal church A life size portrait of St Pet T the Apostle outlined in the stained glass was left unbroken while the glass oboe and below and on the sides was broken by the hail stones The glass was all of the some thickness old the window was valued at CUOAn unusual proceeding occured in Mt Sterling at the session of Circuit court The case of H C Clay a lawyer of Lon don against Harvey Kiddell a lawyer of Denver Colo was called All the jury men were out deliberating on other cases and by consent a jury of twelve lawyers attending court was selected to try the case who brought in a verdict for the defendant Altogether there were sev enteen lawyers interested in the case judge jury contestants and their attor neys For The Herald HOMESICK I was horned in Old Kentucky an Im loiigln to git back From these prairie winds at howl an howl an moan Irollll DIY shack From this empty endless wideness stretch in fer as y u can see Au my hearts apurt nigh breakln for the sight ofjest one tree I was raised In Old Kentucky an Im with in I ruz back Where the shiftin Ihuin rivers cuts their tif istin trail in track Plowln thru the ruslln cornfields an un der liangln boughs Where theys pools to hide the fishes an theys shade to cool the cows My Old Home s in Kentucky ansin heartsick to git Lark t Them cricks an woods hez gut a tongue these lonesome prairies lack Ker Iheys tiuthiu here but silence cept the nivcrendlu cry 0 the winds at mean an moan outel you think youll shorely die Au ye haint no wish fer llvln uu the dearest thing yu crave to die an hey it over If theyll only dig yore grave j tack there in Old Kentucky where Old Grassy twists and turns Wuer the sun hez trees lo shine on an the autumn color burns Where the sycamores crooked branches show the way the river flows An across the yallerlii cornfields ye can hear the cry o crows While the leaves Is droppiuiof natures tears fer days uts dead Au luongst the hickory Irluibllu branch es the squirrel perks his head Wber the oak an maple colors make the woods H kind o hint 0 the nun yer lookfii fer at last an teem ketch ii glint 0 the glory streamln downurds thru a break In heavens wall An In the whlsperin silence ye can hear the angels cul- lKentuckys putt nigh Heaven an Im- wlshln I ifii home If theys them ats thlnklndlfrunt theyve got license fer to roam lint Heaven nn Kentucky 1s jestt two things I luck Im a good ways c III from both of tan an Im prayln to git back I H II iOHK llalatead Kaa For Sale Two of tho Pieratt cottages for less than tho lumber and lot can bo bought One nero in each lot five rooms in each house Apply at this office i t f oi IAVegelablePreparaiionforAs stailailngihcfooilanilRedtila srfsINFANTS CmiPKEir t IrPromotes Digeslion heerfiir 99ry ness and RestContalns neither u 0OpiunuMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTICaoi 4d 1dorolOJdltS II1ZP17tIIFlt i r i SmdjJMrftSatSytawrf ti IKmSrrJ t 1rNbyrr ajAperfectRemedyforfonsepa HonSourStorachDlarrw Worms ConvulsionsFeverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP Y IFaeSimle Signature of NEW YORKa pli- i At 6 months old J5DOSES35CENWl lail unraantee un rt Fo Exact Copy of Wrapper I i CASTORIArFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THC CINTAUn eCMMNT NCW YON5 CITY tj lIt N tl KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Iinzl Green and vicinity that they have just receiver a magnificent line of LADIES S ES GENTS Id Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc that their general line embraces fineJDrefs Goods Dry Gods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc to which they invite inspe- ctionCECIL 411 BROS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our stock of Spring find Summer Goods iis complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens CALICOESat 5 Cents a Yard OUR FINE LINE OF SHOES OXFORDSare uptodate nod will astonish you If You Dont See What You Want Call For It = o TV p= WAW VVW rdi y4 VJ1r r1 MORGAN COUNTY E BANKEf I Iio 0 fi CAPITAL 2500000 i j SURPLUS 500000 I UNDIVIDED PROFITS 205551I AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY tI J JYOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED lI i- j I J Ii11M L CONLEY President JOE C STAMPER Vice Prea OUSTER JONES Cashier lbv iT TO ti = o = = t V Money to Burn If you have money to burn r Keep it in the house where it may bo burned lost or stolen but if you want to keep it safely where it will always be rendy for you when needed deposit it with ua A bank account will give you a butter business standing in tho community and a prestige that you may never have enjoyed before If your name is not on our books we will bo pleased to see it there before the close of the year 1 lOS Y THE HAZEL GREEN BANK l i I fW A u IJ iPi l4 roj r r i tI i 1 u r + + wrr v eti n ru 20 Y rsW- ithHeartTroublevi Dr Miles Heart Remedy has cured me of heart disease of over 20 years standing I was f so bad that I could not do my i work and could scarcely draw t i a full breath without fainting or smothering The doctor told me i he could do no more for me then I colntnenced taking the j Heart Remedy I shall never n i forget that night I slept better I fthan I had before in months I kept right on getting better un I til I was perfectly well 1 MRS LAURA RUSSELL t Logan Iowa t I I When the heart action is weak it fails to pump the blood through the lungs with sufficient t1rapidity Then the lungs do not j absorb the proper amount of oxygen although they may be j taking in a normal amount of air The result is shortness of breath smothering spells diffi cult breathing oppressed feeling in cheat Dr Miles Heart Rem t edy strengthens the heart nerves and muscles and in this way increases the circulation Get a bottle from your drug gist Take it according to directions and if it does not benefit r he will return your money II FJ REVOLVING hFAVYEWfRE URABLLCKU SI fiGLwetTrrEldi CQ OE KAIB ILL KANSAS CrTY HO Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood y The lowest pricedgood a gardencatalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKalb III Kansas City Mo iRIli1KTRICIANand MECHANIC and how to- Le toob SI wple pne ANDereeIf es same you name Ihli paper l00cir- Snmpion Pub Co a rkacoo St Boston Sfau Pbotocrapbr Iniereiu everybody A t ITZewnrntpicturepPHOTOy tiered Sample copy free If you mention this pape- rAmerlcafPhOtOgrrjy QP1 f RICEIr Itl UNDERTAKERHAZEL 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 A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respeotfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE i therrtrem + IInlllntllrDId In Unhd Sate iluituf mr tsr lcukel el pa terns J hull on account ol tlieir uyf accuracy and nuphclt- yMernlld Mn Rn7aaeerh Qn of F ohlon hu toosuhsrntwe ihusnuymh Idios MAr sine One yearnuisrtiioImttnonbsi la t0cruU latest nmb ra collie reaytubscrieuatnMcCa1tlat terra iuurfr to today tleroprmiumeeeLgdrtfcrAlcail nmji w Haiern Ln loju y c Premiiii cIo j uhuainr 4o premiums i droilied Aii trM Tilt McALICOAuVail B O H WILLIAMS e rl i PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GEEEN KY Often hU profeitioual services to the clti zeni of Hues Green and surrounding cOlin try and wilt answer all oalli of affliction TTtTT mr 80MINDIAN ea s o- u i sIlAOOVsND j BIT BUFFALO BILLFR- OffrSUEtALBBOPTgBrtABW N COrmiOKTWMMJT W1IOJAM F CODY I VI KK the tjstorI trre Gen COUV1 erected nuts for IIH troops and stores which were brought from th+ Missouri rlrer by wagon lie built two posts ono on tho Tongue river and olio on the Yellowstone near where Is now the city of Glendive As soon as these were completed Instead of waiting for spring and summer he Immediately planned to keep up activity against the red foe j The Indians greatly annoyed his sup ply trains and on one occasion thu train had to return on account of the strength of the Indians This rousedI the generals Ire and Instead of the demoralized teamsters he equipped IIt l I with soldiers as such and fighting men to accompany them Sitting Bull him self notified Colonel Otis that be must not travel that way and Mlles got aft er old Dull und overtook him at Cedar creek Tho wily chief sent a flag of truce as he wished to pass the winter comfortably and wanted permission to hunt and trade on condition that he did not attack the soldiers But Miles would not temporize He sent word that there was only ono peace and that was by submission During this flag of truce they tried to trap him In the way In whlh General Canby lost his life In the Modoc conference In 73 but Miles coppered the game and told Sitting Dull Ill take no advantage of you under a flag of truce You have fifteen minutes to get back to your peo pIe and fifteen minutes more to accept my terms or Ill commence fighting Either you or I have got to be boss of this part of the country Although the country swarmed with Indians andno reply had come Miles attacked them with such vigor that they left many of their dead on the field which they never liked to do and continued a hot pursuit for over forty miles compelling them to abandoc food lodge poles camp equipage ant ponies Eventually 400 lodges anl 2000 Indians surrendered and were sent to their agencies Sitting Dull and his hostile cronies left the main body and escaped north ward where they were Joined by Gall and some other chiefs This bitter ex perlence was an astonishment to Sit ting null and the SiouX so that It left that section free from their Immediate depredations After a return to the Tongue river post and a short rest the determined commander made up at expedition to follow Sitting Bullr trail northward although it was obllt erated by deep snow and the winter had opened with great severity even for that region The suffering of the troops was Intense A month after ward Frank Baldwin and the troops under Miles overtook and hammered old Dull on two occasions and made It so warm for him in such a cold climate that he took refuge over the reurnat I Drove hit bayonet dean through tic In dtana body Canadian border General Miles even made application for permission from the two governments to follow him to a finish but for some reason the high er authorities did not permit it Sit ting Bulls Influence had always been ably seconded by Gall as a fighter and here I want to say that everybody In the know recognized Gall as one of the bravest and gamest of fighting men that history has produced white or red On one occasion in a fight with the troops ho was shot down and ridden over by the cavalry and It in stated that an Infantry soldier In the excitement of the moment and to as sure his death drove his bayonet clean 8cItuallyI rainstorm came up which him and he eventually revtredII the darkness and lived to lead the fir tag line In the Custer and Reno fightsII years after I saw the evidence MrPJHfl la IaUmjuA an fk u Lv Tlild Montana vStort almost con tin nutty beluv wru nd nt tiuus so cold that the mercury doze solid tried the soldiers aevelely The whole equipment nail clothing of the soldiers hull to be rearranged and furs and buffalo robes deer hides and beaver skins had to bo drawn upon from the trading posts on the Missouri und from the agencies Fur Instance leather belts of all kinds were replaced by canvas ones Further explanations would take too long to relate so suf flee it to say that time winter campaign was effectively winged and a great tint tie was fought with Crazy Horse who boldly attacked the command with a superior force Crazy Horse was an Ogallaia chief who led in time battle against Crooks command was an Im portant factor In the battle of tho Lit tie Dig Horn and was a demon in daringHe the command a most deter mined fight that nothing but tho shrewdness of Miles won as It winged for hours tho last part of the struggle being in a blinding snowstorm Several chiefs were killed and a big medicine man whom Indian super stition thought invincible dishearten ing his followers They full back but Dear Coat as they had nicknamed Miles kept up the pursuit persistently even with frost bitten troops and eventually John Brugulcr a half breed and very gallant scout with the com mand who got in communication at the risk of his life with Crazy Horse convinced the wily chief that Miles meant what he said Surrender and go to the agency or I will attack you every day and keep you awake at night This was finally consented to and Crazy Horse was made to accept Mlles terms by his chiefs Nine remained as hostages while he and 2000 of his warriors surrendered at the Red Cloud and Spotted Tall agencies and COO Cheyennes under White Bull Twc Moons and Hump surrendered at the Tongue river post Crazy Horse fretted under tho re stralnt of Camp Robinson and infor motion showing that he was planning to leave the agency with some of tho worst of the disaffected It was thought best to arret him This brought about a fight in which he was mortally wounded and died smilingly defying the white man The Cheyenncs who surrendered if Mlles were treated by him in such a brotherly manner that be eventually gained their affection and from among them enlisted a corps like the old Pawnees on the Platte as scouts Mlles winter campaign In short was effective The next May found Miles after the Mlnneconjous under Lame Deer whom he followed with pack trains and no Incumhrances He surprised them on the Muddy and had them completely surrounded while n dash by Lieutenant Casey had cut them off from their ponies He hoped to have them surrender without fur ther bloodshed White Bull the Chey enne chief was the medium Their response to this was a rifle bullet through the nrm and body of White Bull but the offer was again repeated and Lame Deer and his warrior Iror Star accepted and approached but during the parley Lnme Deer stopped back and deliberately fired at the gener al whose escape was miraculous as Ms orderly wI t was directly behind him was killed by the shot That settled the peace making and pumping it into them began Lame Deer and Irot Star being among the first to fall Thr rest were killed captured or scattered e e e e e e e Soon after the events just narrated a man I dearly loved and trusted who had stood beside me at runny a trying time had ridden many n weary ride and scouted with me under great dUll cui lies met his fate Jim White But falo Chips- A package of winter clothes had ar rived for me by the river route lint In parting I hall given him my Lest overcoat a hat and other togs and hU death for awhile caused the Indians to report that PeHnIIasKa that Is m1 Indian name had fallen and In sev eral tribes there were held prematnrf obituary rejoicings While sorrowing for Jim I was always proud that he made a good showing and that he brought honor to his western iilcl name which was given to him in u spirit of raillery by no less a person age than General Phil Sheridan him selfI will let General Charles King who was present tell the story which he has done In his history Campaigning With Crook This time it is not my purpose to write of Buffalo Bill but for him of another whom Ive not yet named The last time we met Cody and I be asked me to put in print a brief notice of a comrade who was very dear to him and It shall be done now James White was his name n man little known cast of the Missouri but on the plains he was Duffalo Bills shadow I had met him for the first time at McPherson Station In the Platte valley in 1871 when be came tome with a horse and the simple introduction that he was a friend of Codys On many a long days march after that White rode by my oldo along tho t iirihid 6f tho Column and Tgot to know him well A simpler minded gentler frontiersman never lived Ho was modesty and courtesy combined conspicuous mainly because of two ur three uuuuual traits for his class bo never drank I never heard him swear and no man ever heard him For years he had been 111II ful follower half servant half lard ner lIe was Bills lldus chatesI Bill was his adoration They had been boys together and the hero worship of extreme youth was simply Intensified In the man lIe copied Bills dress his gait his carriage his speech every thing bo could copy Poor honest hearted hips His story was a brief one after we had launched out from where Cody loft us to carry sonic dlspiitchiu for Terry Clips remained In his capacity as scout though he seemed sorely to miss his pardner It was Just two weeks lifter that we struck the Sioux nt Slim Butte AH tho head of our column Jogged In among the lodges General Carr directed us to keep on down to face the bluffs to the south and Mills pointed to n ravine opening out Into the village with the warning Look out for thnt gully There arc Indians hidden In there and theyve knocked over sonic of my men 1 Everybody wns too busy Just then to pay much attention to two or three Chips sprung convulsively the air wounded Indians In a hole We sure of getting them when wanted weroI placing a couple of sentinels where they could warn stragglers away from Its front we formed line along tho south and west of the captured village and got everything ready to resist the attack we knew they would soon make in full force Half a dozen soldiers got permission to go over and Join In while the res of us were hungrily hunting about for something to eat The next thing wo heard was a volley from the ravlno and saw the scouts and packers scat tcrlng for cover One soldier held his groundshot dead Another moment and It became apparent that not one or two but a dozen Indians were crouch Ing somewhere In that narrow gorge and the move to get them out assumed proportions Lieutenant Clark of GenI eral Crooks staff sprang Into the en trance carbine lu hand and a score of cavalrymen followed while the scouts and others went cautiously along either bank peering warily into the cave like darkness at the head A squad of newspaper correspondents led by that reckless Hibernian Fluerty of the Chicago Times came tearing over pencil I in hand all eagerness for items Just as u second volley came from the con I coaled foe and three more of their as j sailants dropped bleeding in their tracks Now our people were fairly aroused and olficcrs and men by dozens hurried to the scene Time misty air rang with shots and the chances looked bad for those redskins Just lit i this moment as I was running over from the western side I caught sight i of Chips on the opposite crest All alone he was cautiously making his way on hands and knees toward the head of time raise where he could look down upon the Indians beneath As yet he was protected from their fire by the bunk itself his lean form distinctly outlined against the eastern sky lIe reached a stunted tree that grew on the very edge of the gorge and there he halted brought his rilleI close under his shoulder In readiness to aim and then raised himself slowly to his feet lifted his bead higher anllI higher as he peered over Suddenly a quick eager light shone In his face a sharp movement of his rllle us though he were about to raise It to the shoulder whenhanJa puff of white smoke floated up from the bend of the ravine Chips sprang convulsively In the air clasping his hands to his breast and with one startled agonlz In cry Oh my God boys goodby Rill plunged heavily forward on his face down the slope shot through the I heartTwo minutes more what Indians were left alive were prisoners and that costly experience wns at nn end We burled poor Chips In time deep ravine with our other lend and no I scout was moro universally mourned han Buffalo Bills1 follower and do roted friend Jim White I Suffering Ladies are urged to follow the example of thousands of their sisters and take Cardui Cardui is a non mineral nonintoxicating medicine for women It is 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