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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a lR il Ti i I I THE HAZELGREENHERALDI rO Established March 41885 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continentby Max ORel 0 n 0 AdvanceOanerI = u- u TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 0 1909 NUMBER 45 J f Lexington and Eastern Railway YI Time Table in Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND NoSTA- TIONS DallyexDnllymidtSuuduy I Sunday Sundayonly A1LLvePM jAMIve Jackson 6 lU urn 2 20 po 7uU um OK Junet U 16 pm 5 pm 754 7u5 uwii Beattyve Jo 7 Oi um alU pm 3 41 t11i atu Torrent 7 30 aw pm Nat 7 45 aw 3 6U pm tltJ Km Bridge t2t amI 67Cumpton n 7 4t am pm Stanton I 8 10 aui 4 26 pm 854 um 8 25 am 4 35 pm 902 umurn 607pmUJuwWinchester Lezton ar 9 65 am 6 05 pw EAST BOUND Daily Sunday No2 ex i IIII Dolly Sunday No4 and 1 PM LveAMLyeLexington 0 7 3b am 2 25 pm 0 8 13 amWinchester 202 381m l0 8 26 I 48 pro LEJunctlon amIIU 02Clay City 403 50 pm 40 9 lU amMStanton144858 pm 44 4 30 pm Campton Juntn 38 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 6719 43 am U2 5U am4 47 pm 62 Torrent s 5 10 pm 70 BeattyveJc 70 lU 17 am 90 OKJuncn 90 1115 am 6 05 pm 6 10 pm 94 Jackson 94 1120 am CONNECTIONS L E JucTJOlrulus Noe 1 and will make connection with the C Olty for Jit Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos Central 1 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Ry for Pine lUdge and Campton BEATTYVUK JUNCTION =1raina No2 will make connection ut Beattyville Junctt with the L and A hallway for passengers and from Beattyvll1ecto 3 and 4Trains NosO K JUNCTION connect with the O K Hallway for local stations on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager I 01lAtUJCOTT Uen Pass Agent Ohio Kiii1o1dlly llllWll klme Table May 21 1905 WESTBOUND No 33 I iSSI No 21 = STATIONS Dally ex DallYJex S 5 Sunday PMARBP5 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 s 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22Wllhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 ttNo 22 Dally ez Sunayw Sunday AMLvEPMLx7 10 27MMCannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wllhurst 20 1 61 I 9 25 1 OK Junction 22 2 25 JtJ 9 30 0MJacklon 27 2 30 4 Nos21 and 22 will make close connectioii at O K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail 1 llCOPllttI waySuperintendent mountain GontralRaHman No1 No 2- ARRIVEDEPART 000a m Campton 1130 a m 200p m Campton 6 00pm No 2- ARRIVE No 1- DEPART 7 80 amCampu JunclO 05 am 3 80 pmCampu Juno 440 pm The Mountain Central make- connection with all L E passenger trains B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER 4CANIPTON KY the citizens of Wolfe and INFORMS counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes and everything necessary to put awa the dead in decent style fa jjfiySpccial caskets supplied on 24 hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones c 0 ELI- SENotary SEWELL Public STILLWATER KY OBers his professional services to citizens o Wolfe county and solicits the patronage of all who may Lave legal paper to execute Office at hit residence on Btillwater II tff M COUNTY NEWS J Local Items ofgeneralIt interest to a majority If of our readers especi ally distant friends TRENT Mrs Bill Hall is on the sick list i at this writingvHenry Vaucleave of Wilhurst is working for J H Barker Edgar Edwards made a businessC trip to Stillwater Saturday Fred Stamper passed through I here Sunday en loute to Stillf waterTaylor Vancleave of this place f was visiting at Consolation last SundayMrs Ora Pieratt of Mt Starling j is visiting her mother Mrs I Geneva Brown Mrs Tom Stamper was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Owen Coldiron Sunday Enard Trent of this place was a guest of his uncle George Handy Saturday night Mrs Geneva Brown and sonjj Charlie made a business trip toII Hazel Green Saturday David Col iron of this place was a guest of his sister Mrs Tom Stamper Friday night Courtney Barker of Consol tion passod through here Thurs day en route to Campton Miss Dorcas Barker is at present staying with her uncle Geo Dyer and family at Hazel Green Howard Miller of Stillwater was a guest of his uncle Owen Coldiron and family Saturday nightISeveral passed through here morning en route to Campton i being the first day of Circuit and County court Albert Hager and Cope Wilson of Neola attended church here Sunday and took dinner with 1 D Edwards and family J D Edwards preached a very interesting sermon at this place Sunday morning and Bro Isaac preached in the afternoon George Buchanan and wife of Stillwater passed through here en route to Hazel Green Satur day returning the same day Mrs Geneva Brown accompa nied by her two daughters Ora and Ola spent a day recently wit the family of George Sample Ettie Belle the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Levi Robieon o Lacy Creek is visiting her grand parents Mr and Mrs Tom Hall Dr Marion Center and Rev Boone Center of Hazel Green passed through here Friday on route to The Calaboose to visit their mother who had the misfortune of getting her arm broken crowtd entertained at the home of Miss Stella Edwards Sunday afternoon We noticed Mrs Tom Stamper Miss Nannie Barker Albert Ha ger Howard Miller Enard Trout and Cope Wilson among thorn May 8 MOONSHINE Lived 152 tears Wm ParrEn ands oldest manmarried the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 oplse should be youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky jhow to remain young I fee just like a 10yearold boy he writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For thirty yearsI kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonder ful medicine convinced me I hadI found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly themy50o at all dealers STILLWATER I noticed a lot of people going to Campton today to attend Cir cuit court James Stamper of tho Stamper Branch neighborhood was in this section yesterday Your correspondent has a sever- f attack of neuralgia and toothache and a slight attack of la grippe at this writing I i l4r tI 1 I t Ir i v J TO CORRESPONDENTSMall your ems early so they will reach our office not later thanTuesday morning Monday possible New received after that will not be published uulens of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only r Il There area number of children in this neighborhood that have the whooping cough and it is going hard with some of them I The heavy rains of last week did damage to the farm ers of this locality by washing out t the freshly planted corn and newly sprouted grass and carrying a lot of fencing Last Friday Attorneys G B Stamper and S G Sample took depositions of Wm Brewer Sarah E Brewer and Silas Coldiron beII fore S C Rose notary public in the case of William Brewer against Courtney Barker now pending inI Wolfe Circuit court Miss Ollie Swango started on horseback last Friday morning to visit her sister Mrs Cap HurstI on Frozen and after riding lomejj distance discovered that the horse was lame in one foot She stopped at Henry Spencers blacksmith I shop to have the foot examinedI when the horso became frightened and rearing up foil over backward and broke his skull killing him instantly The animal was a goodII family horse and much admired by all the family May 8 DOMINGO Smashes all Records As an allround laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can compare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood strengthen the nerves bilt jaundice and malaria Try them 25 at all dealers STAMPER BRANCH Nelse Nickell sold a cow to Tom Stamper for 80 James Stamper was a guest of Edgar Kash at Land saw Sunday James Stamper has just com pleted a lot of new fencing on his farm Miss Julie Stamper visited at the home of Mrs Nannie Stamper FridayRhoda Clark of Clark branch branchhrecently lacfMrs Wlil Stamper was a goes t Thursday Charlie Stamper was a guest of his sister Mrs Fannie Brooks Tuesday night Mrs Ellis Ratliffe was a guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Den nis Hollon Friday Mrs Elizabeth Hollon visite- her daughter Mrs Nannie Stam per last Thursday Miss Lillie Loyd and Leslie Stamper were guests of tire Fun ale Brooks Friday night Born Saturday May 1 on Laurel to the wife of Charlie Hollon a fine girl Mrs Lizzie Miller ac coucheuse The infant child of Mort Stam per and wife whose illness has been mentioned in tuese columiiB is no better twjc t May were guests of her parents Owen Coldiron and wife Sunday A large number of sympathetic friends called duriug the week to see the infant child of Mr and Mrs Mort Stamper who is dan gerously ill rQuite a crowd from this place went to Campton today to attend opening of court Among them wo noticed Green Tom Drew and James Stamper Lucy Clark andI Willie Handy A large crowd attended the so cial given in honor of Miss Nettie Byrd at the homo of Curt Byrd Saturday night Fred Stamper- e Reece and George Cox and Roy McNabb were among those who attended May 8 SPRINGTIME 1 InJ J I I LACY CREEK Newton Malone oassed through here Sunday ea route to Campton j Miss Nettie Cox visited with Miss Mallio Byrd Saturday night Miss Ruth Childers is visitingt her cousin Miss Edna Childers at Stillwater Clarence Trimble and family spent Sunday with Newton Ma lone and family Ellen Trimble and Clemma La cy of Hazel Green visited on this creek the other day Aunt Eliza Nickell whose ill ness nas been mentioned several tunes is not improving much Roy McNabb and Reece and George Cox of Toliver spent Sat urday night with George Byrd Miss Sarah Taylor of Malaga was visiting the family of her brother Clint Taylor recently Tho little child of Clint Taylor and wife that has been sick forI sumo time is not expected to livejj Mrs Emma Trimble was called to the bedside of her father Uncle Jordan Wills who is dangerously ill Mrs Southoy Lacy left several days ago for Stanton to visit her father who is reported dangerously ill Misses Mallie Byrd ants Nettie I and Emma Cox of Hazel GreenI spent Sunday with Miss Rosa TrimbleIMrs Alice Creech and little son Fielden of Belva Okla were guests of Sobron Trimble and family Saturday night and Sunday Pearl Childers of this place left Monday morning for Musko gee Okla to make it his future home with his brotherinlaw Thomas L Anderson May 8 BERTIE J B Hollon has about finished his timber job Miss Lulu Perkins was at Hazel Green Thursday JB ElkinR had an oldfashioned log rolling Thursday Miss Ethel Johnson was visiting on our creek a few days Miss Flossie Lacy visited her aunt Mrs Forest Cecil a few days Mrs J B Hollon was at Hazel Green shopping Saturday after noonGlenn Haney of H G A came up to his fathers sawmill Wednes day afternoon Misses Flossie Lacy and Lennie and Iva Hollon called on Miss Mollie Lacy Sunday afternoon May 3 SMART SET i Curedt reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is onlf one way to cure deafness and that Is by constitutional remedy Deafness Is caused bymitt Intlnnied condition of the mucous liningofthe Kiiatachlan Tube When this vibe Is inllauied you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when It Is entirely closed Deafness is the Jesuit and unless the Inllauimallon can be taken out and this conditiondhearing destroyed cases out often are caused by Catarrh which Ist nothing but inflamed condition of the mu cuos surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh 1 that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Semi tor circulars free V J CIIESKY Co TOLEDO o Sold by Druggists Too Take Halls Family Pills for constipation SANDFIELD Farmers in this section are very much behind on account of rail and high water Wick Childers of Maytown called on his father in law J B McNabb Sunday Mrs W A Oldtield spent Sun day with tits family of her father James Robinson W M McNabb and Geo Wheel er of your town ware guests of J J Catron Sunday Aunt Rebecca Cox who has been dangerously ill with consumptiont for some time is no better Rev Paul Derthick and Josepht Estep organized a Union Sunday school at Toliver last Sunday Misses Aquilla Haddix and Nan nie Stamper were guests of Miss Nancy Catron one night recently Joseph Estop and Earl Stain baugh of your town and Troy Wilson of Maytown wore guest at J J Catroua Sunday My 8 StXSHlSR L CANNEL CITY Edgar Benton and C E Olark took in the ball game at Jackson MondayMaud Kilgore and Edna Lykins of this place spent Sunday in Jackson Virginia SundayinBachThe floods have damaged the Kentucky Block Cannel Coal Co to the amount of from 1000 to 1500Prof M 0 Carter and wife of HazIl Greon Academy wore guests of Prof C E Clark over Thursday nightRev Paul Derthick of Jackson attended the contests Thursday night and officiated as one of the judgesMrs Q C Dariel manager of the college dormitory at Hazel Green was a guost of Mr and Mrs Charley Byrd over Sunday placedied band and eight small children She had a host of friends The funeral services were conducted sympathyisThe Cam el City Graded school closed out this week with a series boysdeclamatory ner carried off the medal while Pearl Carter was successful in the girls declamatory contest The scholarship medal went to Miss Omer Gambill Five girls were graduated from the graded course namely Omer Gambill Willie Mae Watson Esther Lykins Mollie Kelly and Mary Stamper The play entitled The Deacon re ceived a good hearing notwith standing the tact that the weather was very inclement The students acquitted themselves with honor on all occasions Cannel City may well be proud of her talent May 3 ETHEL Wont Slight a Good Friend If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Seals Me for after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing its ex cellent results in my own family and others I am convinced it is the best medicine made for coughs colds and lung trouble Every one who tries it feels just that way Relief is felt at once and ita quick cure surprises you For bronchi tis asthma hemorrhage croup la grippe sore throat pain in chest or lungs its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers EZEL The readers of THE HERALD no doubt have begun to think Ezel is asleep but we have awakened triptoFrank Havens and Robert Motley have been buying hogs Miss Callie Rose has been visit ing friends at Pekin for a few days Mrs Effie Pieratt of West Lib erty speut Saturday in our town Clifton Davis of Farmers is vis cling his father Martin Davis and familyR Motley and daughter Nan nie attended church at Pine Ridge SundayMrs Nannie Murphy of Nanny was shopping in our town one day recentlyMrs T F Carr is visiting her sister Mrs Kelse Couch on Gras sy creek Miss Nellie Cecil is visitin her brother Raleigh and other friends on GillmoreS and wife snout Sunday with his daughter Mrs Ollie Sample and family Mrs Roe Walton left Monday for West Virginia to join her hus band who is working there Dr Motley und wife were called to the funeral of Mrs Pearl Back who died Thursday evening Dr 0 H Motley who has been confined to his bed for several days is able to be out again The late rains have done more damage and Blackwater has been higher than ever before known Charles P Cecil left Tuesday for California where he will make his home for an indefinite time spoutThursdayuight Mr and Mrs Borders Hale at Pe kinDr Floyd Lockhnrt of Kidd ville and Dr Will Lockhart of Campton were called to the JunoJJ ral of their mother and aunt Mrs Rebecca Lockhart Friday Asa M Nickel ofthieplacejand Miss Mollie Hale of Pekin j i were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Sunday morning at the home of the brides parents May 1 Duo PCRLTA Kills to Stop the Fiend The worst foe for 12 years of John Deye of Gludwm Mich was a running ulcer He paid doctors iBucklensit ulcer and cured him Cures fever sores boils felons eczema saltlJ rheum Infallible for piles scalds cuts corns 25o at all deal J ersiCONSOLATION Flave Cecil visited on Laoy creek SundayProf M V Roberts of Hnzel Green was in this vicinity Sunday s Seborn Walters bought a nice milk cow from Hiram Blanken ship for 80 Mort Cecil and family of Mur phy Fork visited Arlie Cecil and wife SundayaClay Cecil attended the wedding of Jeff Rose and Bessie Rose at Ezel Sunday J Charley Walters of Malone wen around here the other day trans acting business i H C and Taylor Vancleavo of Lacy Creek visited friends in this section Sunday IISeborn Whittaker of Goodwins Chapel was here the other day in the trading line May 8 MONK J GRASSY Mrs K M Couch is very lcwII with typhoid fever The rain descended and the flood came Friday morning lames Perkins is very low with consumption and is not expected to live but a short while T H Testerman and his son Will went to Lexington where carpenterstradetradeT F Stamper better known as Doc Stamper who has been seri ously ill with typhoid fever is convalescent Willie Gevedon who recently moved to Morehead died Monday night and was buried here Wed nesday by the I 00 F order Miss Kate Pieratt who has been visiting relatives and friends in tturnedDaytonTennTeunDr E C Gevedon was called to the bedside of his cousin Willie Gevedon at Morehead but arrived too late to give him medicalaid Ho returned with the corpse Tues day afternoon- R C Gevedon T H Barker Estill Henry and W C Govedon went fishing Wednesday afternoon and succeeded in landing a dozeu minnows ranging from one to two inches in length May 3 DOUNO I TOLIVER Quite a crowd attendedchurch at this place Sunday v 1 L Honaker and Floyd Roso are attending court at Campton Mrs Frances James returned home Tuesday from Middlntown OhioThe little child of Will Sweeney caught fire and was very badly burned John W Cox was a guest of his II brother James Cox and family Sunday H S Stamper and Henry Had CamptonMondayMondayMr and Mrs Edgar McNabb iiwere guests of Bill Childers and wife Sunday night f tt Troy Wilson was a guest of J J aNaunieJ W Sweeney who has been confined to his bed with peumotInil is much better at this writing May 3 IASSYI l t ri41 a j r rr IfTTTrT It T w L I A r J r fME HERALD4 lgntereda the teasel Green Post t offloeaneoond olnismatter SPENCER COOPER Editor t HAZEL GREEN KY i May 0 1909 ffTHURSDAYWOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY WOLFE CIRCUIT COURT r JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASH Commonwealths Attorney I R HOLLON Clerk r Meets third Monday in January first N Monday in May third Monday in Septem her i WOLFE COUNTY COURT F Q T CENTER Judge O B STAMPER County Attorneyg i ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each month WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday In April first Tues day in October MAGISTRATES COURTS District No lC M Fallen third Friday c In March June fcepteuioer and Decen bee District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day In February May August and November District No 3S F Allen second Friday 9 in February May August and November District No iPon Legg first Friday It March May August and November District ices0T C Hollon second Friday in March June September and December District No GItoy Hurst third Friday it February May August and November District No 713 T Helton fourth Frl day in March June September and December District No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August aud No vember DEMOCRATIC TICKETS WOLFE COUNTY For County Judge W B DUFF For County Court ClerkB L CARROLL i LINDONiFor County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTER For Jailer J C 1 LITTLE For Co Superintendent TAULBEE For SurveyorE CREECH ForCoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH For Commonwealth Attorney 32- ndDistrictJOHN M WAUGH For County JudgeI C FERGUSON For County AttorneyJ P HANEY For County Clerk3IISEBASTIAN SuperintendentTNBARKERForCircuit For SherlffH B BROWN For JallerII C COMBS For AssessorWHIT KEMPLIN For CoronerZACII HANEY For SurveyorM P TURNER TILE Frankfort Journal was re cently purchased by Jas B New man who has arranged with ex Governor J C W Beckham to edit the same so that old line Democrats in this State will at last have the satisfaction of read ing a Democratic daily organ pure and undefiled Under Mr Beck hams management the Journal will be the exponent of Demoora cy in its truest sense Ho is most thoroughly posted in politics and- y the affairs of state and will be able to expose the ways that are dark and tricks that are vain to which the Republican party too frequently resorts In brief its r advent will be hailed with joy and we predict that it will do much to purify politics in this state Following in the wake of other enterprising towns the trustees of Hazel Green have set apart Mon day the 10th inst as a cleaning up day Every householder is re quested to clean up the street in front of the property he occupies and a wagon will remove all rub f bish If all will take a proper interest in this matter our town n will soon assume a different ap pearance and the citizens be less liable to disease Let everyone do their duty We are proud to report there was a Sunday school organized at Toliver last Sunday by Rev Paul Derthick of Jackson and Rev F Agar of Gosneyville with an attendance ol 37 The people of Big f Branch arts also beginning to show an interest in Sunday school work We trust they will not become discouraged for there is nothing that will aid more in the building up of a community e For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber andlot can be bought One acre ineach lot five rooms in each pow Apply at this office A cWL mEI- NDlANli SffiE AN- DGRATC e DEATH AY BUFFALO ALL HmllUETALiS OF TIE PLAINs copnuaKri3oaBWujiAMreowf these short descriptions of Pevents deserving more ex teiiulve reference than possi ble here are nearing a close and hove covered a period with which his name 1Is associated It is fitting that the general reader should be given a little Insight into the character of the famed Sioux Indian Sitting Bull Aft er remaining in Canada until his peo pIe were leaving him and returning to their reservations having only a rem nant of his Immediate following and family left be himself consented to return under conditions that would be favorable to his followers while he was assured of Immunity from per sonal puhlsHmenfr He was wise enough to know that his absence was weaning many from obedience to his sway and martyrdom at a distance ho thought was not as effective In retaining popularity and power as would be persecution under the eyes of his people He was of incorruptible loyalty to his people a stickler for their treaty rights a native politician who it schooled a little more In diplomacy and Its concealment of designs would class him an the great Indian states manIn war his bitter opponent In peace he won my friendship and sympathy He Impressed me as a deep thinker Conscientious as to the proper rights to the lands of his fathers he ad vanced arguments that were strong and convincing His claim of primitive possessions for ages beyond the white mans coming of the conditions being undisturbed for centuries and existing as the Great Manltou had ordained the bountiful supplies he had furnish ed on land and In the waters of wild fruit wild fowl wild cattle abundance of wild horses verdure to support them without the plowmans weary workall furnished him an argument that the disturbance and compulsory change to Its heirs of this legacy were arbitrary unjust to the verge of what we would call sacrilegious interference with the Divine wilL He had all the old treaties In his head In the Indian legendary manner also In hieroglyphics but In writing and printed type he had an extract from the treaty of 1868 by which the Sioux reservation of Dakota was set apart for the absolute and undis turbed use and occupation of the In diana and upon which no outsiders but government employees shall be allowed to pass settle or reside Basing his case like a lawyer he would introduce it as a silent witness justifying his actions and with keen eyes he would watch it carefully so that It could not be tampered with and while of course he could not read he had marks on this sacred totem that he was familiar with His eagle eye would scan the face of the reader of It to see the effect and Writs return his face intimated strongly the triumph it gave him as a claimant to a dear titleI will give a general Idea of the old mans description of conditions re suits and the power to him of some mysterious man that was Invisible be- Ing in the darkaway east That the white man at this time bad taken most of the land had destroyed or driven away the game and that the The Indian could not cope with the my teritnu invUiblo man in the dark away out least he could do was to halt and leave Sioux people undisturbed the white men representing the great father having In 18G8 made the treaty to that effect Others had arranged with them to build an Iron road with a horse that ate wood breathed fire and smoke to draw wagons and em igrants quickly across their country to Oregon Washington and California toward the setting sun With pleasure they agreed Wbea this read WM taut It trw pall M sde tu flu dret strotcliod arms but the man in the dark hut Inlm from them lands twenty miles lu width for hundreds of milesHis arguments as I see them now covered every one that the unselfish advocate of communal existence can advance practicable when the so call ed civilized man has become as con tented as were the primitive children of prairie land and forest but lacking which this survival of the fittest seems to decree the fate of the Indian and control the relative prosperity of the white The fire horse caused prairie fires His attendants increased until they came with shovel spade and carpenter tools They first erected tepees got lonely and brought their squaws Their friends soon came to join them and soon wooden tepees were built and camps became villages and villages towns until cities were filled with crowds of people such as Bismarck Mandan etc Then the man in the dark sold the land Later when the crops failed and the lessee did not pay be kicked the tenant out and resold the land He took the money back In the dark toward the rising sun If a poor man had no money he could not ride but there was plenty of room he had to walk often to die by the roadside of hardships or starvation If some Samaritan Indian did not feed him The man in the dark never came there when he and his chief made complaints No one was responsible They were told to send letters or speak by the lightning to the man In the dark but ho never answered When the government trea ties were broken a similar discourteous lack of consideration occurred My chiefs and me who signed were al ways here The great fathers beau men General Harney and others were not They never returned New white chiefs took their places and every four years new great fathers took power and their men laughed at what their prede cessors had done The breaking of treaties so frequent ly and the invasion of the Black Hills and other sections by the gold seekers prospectors and trappers became the cause of constant Irritation leading to almost continual contests raids and massacres This condition had really brought on the war of 18756 resulting in the Custer fight as well as Its many succeeding cleanups The forfeiture of the Black Hills and injudicious reductions of rations kept discontent alive When in 1889 con gress passed a law dividing the Sioux reservation into many smaller ones so as to isolate the different tribes or clans of the Dakota nation a treaty was submitted to their vote whereby by reinstating the cutoff rations and paying for ponies captured or destroyed in the 76 war and other certain conditions they ceded about onehalf their land 11000000 acres Fulfill ment of conditions was delayed post poned forgotten almostby congress At this time through some mysteri ous mountain phantom or trickster the medicine men became easy vic tims of a craze This was based on the assertion that the Messiah the Manltou was coming back on earth to use his miraculous power in favor of the red man to crush out the whites to restore everything to the Idealistic condition of former years restock the ranges with big game buffaloes elk deer etc This created a universal fanatical fervor and not alone among the Sioux but affected all Indians on this continent Former foes be came fast friends and from the Ya quts in old Mexico to the Alaskan tribes in the far north the religious ghost dance festivities fanned the dames of war The medicine mens preaching that the holy medicinal ghost shirts would protect the wearer turn the white mans bullets was ac cepted and made recruits by thousands to the cause The dancing frightened the settlers shocked the religious philanthropic friends of the Indians and was officially ordered stopped Easy orders ebb Instead If they had been allowed to dance even If some did so to the death exhaustion like a boilers safety valve and an afterthought might soon have made it appear to them in the ridic ulous lght that so effectively kills ab BurdiUw I was at the time In AlsaceLorraine with my exhibition and had with me seventyfive traveled Indians We had all the facts and myself and partner Decided to close camp the rest of the pntflt In an old castle near Strassburg Benfeld with a large domain and I myself left by fast steamer via Eng land for New York while Major Burke with the Indians as pacifiers came rla Antwerp and Philadelphia and hastened to the scene of strife The Indians brought home made a strong peace contingent at Pine Ridge while I hastened with General Miles approbation to visit Sitting Bull in person feeling sure that my old enemy and later friend would listen to my ad vice The fact that I was willing to take the risk myself alarmed some well meaning philanthropists who divined a sinister motive In my action and those who were crying strongest for Bitting Bulls suppression now claimed that his person was endangered by the bjoodthlnty voyager I tht one who rte a IniW J had everything to lose and nothing par titular to gain Going to a hostile camp of Indians risking all on the card of friendship and man to man respect willing to test the ghost dance shirt in fair Individual single handed way perhaps If pushed but alone and above all desirous to save my red brother from a suicidal crazethey Impressed President Harrison that it would create a war ending In the death of Sitting Bull So the commander in chief the president was constrained to act afterward In Inv dianapolis to express regret for it tome personally and my mission was countermanded at tbe threshold almost of the hostile camp Sitting Bulls death and the Ghost Dance war fol lowedThen came the army and the Indian agent Left to himself In conjunction with his coadjutor the army officer that most efficient and famous among the best Indian agents Major James McLaughlin now Inspector would have probably brought about a peaceful solution But eastern meddlesome energy demanded action action against this horrid religious Innovation and they forced the market by their Innuen does and long distance fears All Interested In my best belief were I pushed and Colonel Drum comman dant at Fort Yates and Major Mc Laughlin were ordered to cooperate to secure the person of Sitting Bull Henry Bull lieutenant of Indian police had Intimated that the old chief was preparing his horsed for a long ride Couriers were sent to tell him to quietly arrest Sitting Bull and Ma jor Edmond G Fatcbet of the Eighth cavalry and a Hotchklss gun were sent to support him After a hard ride just at dawn they saw a man coming at full speed on Sit ting Bulls favorite white horse a Kentucky charger I had presented him three years before whom they found BuU Head fired and killed Strung Dutt1 to be an Indian policeman with port of a fightAll police killed Riding like mad they arrived to find some Indian police still fighting from Sitting Bulls cabin being surrounded on all sides Volley after volley was poured In un expectedly on the besiegers and a few shells from the Hotchklss gun scatter ed them and the beleaguered were rel- Ieved They had reached Sitting Bulls cabin at 6 a m surrounded It and capturing the old chief In bed ar rested him While dressing his son Crowfoot alarmed the camp Bull harangued his friends frenzied by tbe thought no doubt that his own tribes men were his captors not feeling that respect for them he would have had for the military- CatchtheBear and StrlketheKettle dashed In and fired hitting Bull Head in the side who fired and killed Sit ting Bull The latter firing as he fell Shave Hear was shot In the abdomen and all three fell together The fight became general until the arrival of Major Fatcbet and several police and many ghost dancers were killed they not having time to utilize their shirts Thus was ended the life of the chief whose faults and virtues will long be a subject of discussion but who will always stand as a great red chief of the Jncapnpa SiouxSitting Bull I returned to Nebraska and was or dered by Governor Thayer being a brigadier general on his staff to join the Nebraska national guard with Gen eral Colby and entered the field at Pine Ridge placing the militia in pout tlon to assist in surrounding the hostiles Then I joined General Miles as advisory scout Frank Gruard being at headquarters and used my personal Influence to pacify the Indians Through Major General Miles stern measures and at the same time his diplomatic methods the greatest plan ned of Indian uprisings was quickly suppressed through the bloody battles of Wounded Knee and the Mission so as to make It tbe very last possible struggle of the red man the finale of ill Indian wars- I had the satisfaction at least of at tending the final ceremonies and with a score of my old commanders and many comrades of the sixties seven ties and eighties was on band to wel come the era of good will to each oth er clasp bands In friendship and smoke the pipe of peace In brotherhood for ever between the white man and the red MILLINERY Aside from Millinery have stock Fancy Notions Careful selecstyle enables offer customers CITY STYLES moderate pricplC stock woman have waists voile Ky John Williams captain the base ball team has Stanton Clay City Win cheater Frenchburg and Boone ville match game be play ed here The latter two teams will play here during commence ment anyhow and the Alumni nine will play the Varsity nine the Hazel Greens diamond the 20th inst The local team expects moot the Hazel Green boys the mond here But will be Hazel Blue boys after the game game French burg boys will look they had eaten indigo while Taylor Center reports birth boy the wife of Nath Patrick Saturday May ere D offer for my residence consist cottage good lot garden outbuildigi desirable locations Hazel Green Also my blacksmith general repair shop which superior anything the kind the country being fur nished with complete outfit tools stock materials supplies dress JOHN ROSE March Hazel Green tf MARGARET MAYO Copyright IMS Dodd Company Hero circus romance red olent fresh sawdust ring vibrant with incessant clamor band panoramic its moving display clowns acrobats horses and captive wild animals You will read Polly daughter circus and Bingo whose broad back she rode leap death girl Muvver Jim boss canvas and Toby clown who loved circus orphan and cared for her like father and mother Deacon Strong who hated circus and Rev John Douglas who grew love circus girl You will read gos sip that threatened divide pastor and flock Ruth and Naomi show girls nunciation and Pollys first and last ride Barbarian circus horse This intensely story will shortly begin THE HERALD and should subscribe get opening chapters Hazel Creen Ky MM Proprietor table fare Eastern Kentucky large sample room connected Seated aad lighted throughout special Boiodtioaf trareliny collection millinery lecM with tbe utmost care apringlfastidious We carry the FAMOUS Acit TRIMMED HATS that means the embodiment style to customer t prepared so now having lar gest ever carried before embracing PATTERN HATS extremely modiste READYTOWEAR latest shapes UNTRIMMED FRAMES with selection trimmings HH- A complete MIPSES CHIL DRENS HEADWEAR DDOninug 8p1199 10 Your Inspection Solicited we a full of tion and quality us to our atSI complete is tofinish n IIn exceptionally nice of net and peclaltyMISS FALAY LONG Hazel Green of I H G A challenged to a to on on to on dia soon it AgitatorAfter is over as if practicing Dr the of a to of Daysboro llefF I ing seven room and and One of the most in and is to of in a and of and also machineryWillseparatelyFor ad H 11 Ky POLLY th- eCIRCUS By by Meal ted is a of the of the the of the in ever of of tho of the of on of the of of the man the the of a of to a of to a his of of a rev of on the interesting in you now to the DAY HOUSE LOU DAY Best in A by gas cad uto me L Our of was n3 this l ttbereforemost and very of our stylishlleadwearto do the J line I in a fine of line of and Dates of ij We line 4 1 sale of of JNt71i REVOLVING hEAW RIIABLLt11fA SiRON4 wain r- Ir RIDE SINGI KALD ILL ItAMSAS CrT I4O- ii Union Lock Poultry PenceSquare eta e mob The mot Mrvle ble fenoe on OM nertrt for pnnltre jerdi orcbmrdi and rdoi M4 M- tO1nYrcalthen 1 1tJtJIlor for11 rorrweM lulUnr YrlU br oUK oC teaM molt nircx co D XAR m buu ctty lit TnenirinonMernll rnttrraiMiJIiiheUiilte taut than 01 any other make olI ptitirna TbU U es kcoouu of their ityl accuracy mil alupud- tyMcrir lH II r UetTheQtifenof FaahlojkM adbicrtheri Ihn ky otlrLekMquln earsbcIPUnnIlnulnbereste6Oen13ttue iI b II ceD Eyryeuh ocrlb I MCQlI r ton Ifre SuUcriU today 14T Arst SPuted Han JMIM prenhiM M Uberal calk tnimle n Pattern talIng11oodv sir ol ind rIm Catalogue tholnf 400 rnmiumj pair A44rm TNaBrrA11CONMrYeMe Tie Winonostor Bant WINCHESTER KY N H WITziEEsPooxPresldent X Paid Up Capital i 10000000 Undivided Profit I 11000000 Handtome Deposit of over i i t 30000000 r This bank solicits the accounts of merchant farmers traders and bus Inen men generally throughout Eait r ern Kentucky and offers its cutom ers every facility and the motllbera1 limitoflegitimatebanking lttttI KILLTHItCOUCH AND CURE THE LUNG kingsNew FOR COLD alt rfSfeAND ALL THROAT AND LUN8 TROUBLES OUARANTUD OR RONSY BATIIPAQTOJIiii l BtlCTRtCIASUnd MKHANtC I W If a maculae for everybody IUIfl Learn about electricity Ine I coral eKleacelndrwwta UM tool Simple praci ANDUutlnllolpkturr sum 4fII i pLeoPYGelfyouameNipapn Sampson Pub Co Deacon St Hottoo Mm rhotocrnphy Internu att everybody AMERICAN A culr lF PHOToCRArHY leachci It Beautiful picture month fq ly prize contests picture I jFneedSamplei l IfI you rotaUoa tilt paparP y I era oti Seeftvu Y l t1iv l r I r1f 1 ttr k J 1 =7 e I i I II II- L i 3 II It I Nonalcoholic k Sarsaparilla ask your doctor If you think ou need something for your blood ask your doctor If you torhlnk you would like to try Ayers nonalcoholic Sarsapa rills ask your doctor Con sult him often Keep in close touch with him i Wt publlih our orl1a W buiUh Itohol A rteaarmNlla iI yourijto Ask your doctor to name some of the results of constipation His long list will begin with sick headache biliousness dyspepsia thin blood bad skin Then ask him if he would recommend your using Ayers Pill- snadbythZ0yr C Lowell ar u THE HERALD DRINK WAIN8COTTSROXA KOLA Miss Mary Miller of Stillwater was in town shopping Tuesday A hack load of the belles of Ha zel Geen attended the ball game at Jackson Monday WANTED A bushel or two of potato onions and a peck of onio sets Apply at this office W A Bryant of Leo City was in Hazel Green Tuesday and sold a horse to Ellis Johnson for 100 John M Rose and son Chas M ROHO left Saturday to attend the Richmond County court Monday Roe Niokell of Grassy creek passed through here Monday morn ing to attend the Campton Circuit court Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIADr I the guest of his brother Sam Kash and left Tuesday morning for Jackson d Butler Hughes and wife nEW Nevada Nickell of Pomeroyton are visiting Mrs Hughes father Dr A C Nickell Miss Nettie Phipps a daughter of Boone Phipps the photogra pher of Domund is visiting her aunt Mrs Clark Cecil this week Miss Bertie Cecil and her sister were in town this week aud bought one of Mapel Troys beautiful creations from their last line of hats received Kelly Kash commonwealths attorney visited his brother Sam Kash and family Sunday and Monday left for Compton to be at his post of duty when Circuit court openedWANTEDA woman to cook wash and iron for threo peoplea good home and better wages than k anybody in town pays to one who will do the work all right Apply at this office Jeff Phillips who lives with his father J Hile Phillips near Pub lie Square has been confined to his home for several months with some pulmonary trouble and is growing weaker every day from a continuous cough It was rumored here Monday that the bridge across the Licking river at West Liberty had washed away in the flood of Thursday and Friday but it did notas trave between this poiut and West Lib erty is uninterrupted Mapel Troy the elite milli ners have just received another consignment of beautiful hats i + Do not fail to see this selection as there will surely be something to appeal to your artistic taste in the trimmings shapes and pattern hats Kelly Cox who has been a stu dent at the academy for several terms left Monday for Muskogee Okla where he will make his fuy ture home It was said a few days since that Pearl Childers a eon of i Hoy Childers would accompany Kelly u ho was going to the earn j point k i j Itt It t it i Lci a M kr Jeksoa ti HazSl Greet The base ball game at Jackson Saturday between the Jackson nine and our own home team resulted in a most glorious viotory tor the Hazel Green boys the score being 18 to 1 in favor of the latter The ladles from hoio who attended tho game say that the Jackson boys could not play a little bit but all agree that they had a pleasant time the inclement weather to the contrary notwithstanding The Jackson team said they ex peq ed Hazel Green to bring men and not boys but when tho boys began work they found them small in stature but large in base ball lore and surprise was depicted upon the countenance of many of that team which included apro fessional a Pittsburger and a blue grass preacher Their nine was composed of men tis true but they had lost or mislaid their vi tality as it was not visible All of our homo team did valiantly while Williams and Morris were the best on the battery line The Jackson team will play a return game here in the near future and it is hoped they will make a better showingYes indeed it were sweet But twas not bitter For H G As to see the ball And none fall to hit her RoseRose Married Sunday May 2 at the residence of the brides parents Joe Cecil and wife near Ezel Jeff M Rose of Lacy Creek this coun tyand Mrs Bessie Cecil Rose Rev John Wilson performing the ceremonyIt the secondmatrimonial venture of each of them She is the widow of Will Rose deceased without issue and the groom has five children by his wife who died about five years ago About 40 of their espeoialfriends and relatives witnessed the ceremony and ex tended congratulations and THE HERALD now wishes them all the joys of a happy married life May their lives be as happy As on the second day of May- A ld their honeymoon continue Blissful until next groundhog day Accommodating Neighbors Our better seveneighths has been under the weather for a week or ten days yo editor man doing much of the cooking and dish washing But some of good neigh bor ladies viz Mrs Lula Kash and Mrs Emma Evans have help ed wonderfully by sending us fresh ly baked bread The former sent us a large panful of muffins a loaf of Ijght bread and some pepper picklesl stuffed while the latter baked us a panful of nice biscuits As the edilor never learned the art of making bread their kind ness is doubly appreciated and they have our sincere thanks A Correction Ben Patrick who was shot and reported as dying almost instant ly in THE HERALD two weeks ago is now said to be improving rapid ly and may recover The young man Wages who shot him is hid ing out as a fugitive from justice It now appears that anothorynung man named Rudd was implicated iu the difficulty and that he and Wages had plotted to kill Patrick and brought on the difficulty with a view to that end The affair happened in Breathitt county and not in Wolfe as was implied in the first notice we made of the drunken frolic Beach Hargls Case The jury in the case of Beach Hargis who was tried at Irvine last week brought in a verdict of guilty with a sentence of impris onment for life It was expected by the friends of Hargis that he would be acquitted or there would be another hung jury It is be lieved that the verdict is largely due to his conduct in Broathitt county during the few weeks he was out on bond Four of the jurors were Estill county men and eight were from Madison county A motion for a new trial was made and overruled and Judge Adams ordered Hargis to be taken to the penitentiary at once to begin erir ing his sentence ttic cif nii11 It s 4Lr Several of our citizens includ ing Sam Koah 0 F Kash Forest Cecil John Kash and Judge Geo Wheeler attend court at Campton Monday John Kash is on the grand jury and Forest Cecil on the regularjury R J McLin Sunday afternoon received a telegram from Rose Hill notifying him that his brother White had lost his wife and child by death from poisoning it is thought and he left Monday to condole with his brother Frank Duke whom many of our home readers will remember has lost his mindand is now confined in an asylum at Tulsa Oklahoma we believe while his wife nee Maggie Amyx is helpless in a hospital at the same place W A Parsley with Mendel Winestook Co G B Kveraole with Carter Dry Goods Co and Frank McDonald with the Kentucky Clothing Co pill Louisville houses were registered at the Day House Tuesday and Wednesday Henry Qillaspio loft Tuesday morning with Ellis Johnsons two horse hack for Boattyville where he met C V White president of the West Virginia School Furni ture Co with whom he will tour the surrounding country for about thirty days Mrs Couch wife of K M Couch of Grassy creek was very danger ously ill last week and Friday Dr A C Nickell was called to set her Her sister inlaw Mrs Henry A Murphy of Murphy fork was with her last week and for aught we know is still nursing her A private letter from Tallega in Lee county conveys the news that they have a trolley line 50 feet high across South Forkwhich carries several tons of plank at a load Also that M B T Adams who is teaching school near that place had the misfortune to lose or sweep into the fire a roll of paper money Duck does not give the amount CAMPTON- Mrs Crockett Miller is very low with pneumonia Sam Kash of your town attend ed court hera Monday R H Patton cashier of Hazel Green Bank was here Tuesday on business O KellyWillie and Daniel Kash of Jackson are visiting home folks at this place Miss Maggie Combs of Stillwa ter flue been visiting in our town for several days- MissGrace Smith returned from Stillwater Thursday where she had been visiting the family of I W Combs Samuel J Elkins one of lead ing citizens of our town willmove to Texas in a few days where he expects to be cashier of a bank Mrs D B Redwine who has been visiting with her father W L Hurst for the past three weeks returned Saturday to herhome in JacksonLast Friday morning the heavy laius washed out the Mountain Central railroad from the top of the Vhittleton hill to the Juno tion The washout is causing an inconvenience to our merchants who have goods at Campton Juno tion aud cant get them until the road is fixed Circuit court began at this place last Monday The instructions of Judge Adams were such that if the officers of the county together with tho commonwealths attorney and jury would come together for good Wolfe county would soon be rid of violators of the law and our progressive farmers instead of putting locks on their barn or crib doors or on their dwellings could leave them open go where they wanted to and find everything safe on theirreturn Grand JuryJ E Philders GrantVanoleave Logan Ohilders William Center Jonathan Wilson J D Carroll John B Kash Chas Kenton Hagins S H Sebastian Austin Crawford Hiram Wilson Petit JurorsNo lA J Russell Hiram Lockhart Ned Drake G W Wheeler J D Rose Por ter Lawson F B Hanks McFar land Gibbs R L Hollon D C Steele F F Ceo- ilNo2J N Chambers A C Kash S P Murphy D B Lacy John White W W Bryant A C Nickoll S S Shackelford G B Rose Willie Lacy J M Taulboe May 00 O P KI Jl JII fcoes Ambidextrous Hoax Many traditions and stories of Edgar Allan Poe are still current at the University of Virginia at Charlotteville where he was a stu dentPoe was very proud of his pen manship One day so the story pool a friond entered tho room to find Poo writing busily with both handsWhat are you doing asked the friendWriting with both hands said PooBoth hands1 exclaimed the friend But how on earth can you make any progress in that wayEasy enough It is a theory of mine that it is a waste of time not to be able to use both hands at the same time Both hands and brains may be trained withcare and attention so that each hand may do its full share of work each hand being employed on a separate task It is not really an affair of the hands at all in the last analysis but an affair of the intellect I am training my hands and brains now so that I can do twice as much work as the ordi nary person in a given period of timq At the present moment I righthandj lieve will startle the world And with my left hand I am blocking out a wonderful story i a story which should capture thousands of readersIt only be a shot time be fore I will be able to take my examinations in this manner and dispose of two subjects simultane ously It will save time and will give hands aud brain their full du ty1 James Bbrnard Lyou in Uncle Remusfl The Home Magazine CASTORIAI Por Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Sears the- Signature r J of +Mje7jr7CUC4t The H a A boys and girls desire to express their thanks through THE HERALD for the courtesies shown them by the proprietor of the hotel at which they enjoyed a fine dinner and to the ball team all of whom are perfect gentle men also to the umpire who did his duty with perfect fairness We shall always owe our gratitude to tbe good people of Jackson at large The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this conntrymost darigerous because so decep Manysuddendeaths by itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or J apoplexy are often I I I the result of kid- neya I disease IfI I Inllowedtoadvance is thekidneypoison M ed blood will at tack the vital organs causing catarrh of the bladder brickdust or sediment in the urine head ache back ache lame back dizziness sleeplessness nervous ness or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys SwampRoot corrects Inability to hold urine and scalding pain in pa ngit and overcomes that unpleasant liessity throughtheduringtheremedyiscause of its remarkable health restoring anyoneSwampRootsold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot and dont let a dealer sell SwampRootifdisappointedII FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN H F HILLENMKYER it SONS LEXINGTON KY WfWrite for Free Catalo- gDR jI 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers his profeitlonal services to the cltl zeDS of lazeI Green and surrounding coun try sad will mower all calls of affliction Office at his residence adjoining nose Green Bank The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signature of f and has been made under his per D + sonal supervision since its Infancy Allow no one todeceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and If Jnstasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is ft harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A Bears the Signature of The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe ecMTAim COUPON TT NNNNATTNOOT NOW TONN cm l1 1 KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General MerchandiseAnn- ounce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of LADIES S ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces finejDrees Goods Dry Goods Notions SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etct- o which they invite inspe- ctionCECIL BROS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our stock of Spring and Summer Goods is complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens CALICOESat 5 Cents a Yard OUR FINE LINE OF SHOES OXFORDSare uptodate and will astonish you If You Dont See What You Want Call For It I watch this blankspace NEXT WEEK Aa the oil will he knockee out it r 4MORGAN COUN- TYNATiONAL j I BANK 1 1 OF CANNEL CITY KY f SURPLUS CAPITAL S26OOOOO5OOOOO UNDIVIDED PROFITS DEi T2 itIIAUTHORIZED U S s tI YOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED I- LL8 lh L COWLEY President JOE 0 STAMPER VlwPreaC- USTEB JONES Cashier t If v =i I It I WioIioi IL Ir v79 L y L vK H 11 7 = r oi rF ra trR TiIfr lfmifi 1 11 tt Nr + Aytr at JLP L r r r P WE WANT- YOUR EGGS DURING MARCH APRIL and MAY t We ship in carload lots therefore can pay better prices than others We also pay the highest prices for all kinds of Poultry Eggs Beef Hides Old Rubber Brass Copper Ginseng and Yellow Root THOS HEINRICH SON are in charge of this house now Remember we pay CASH for everything we buy HEINRICH TOOHEYP- ost Office NEOLA Shipping Point HELECHAWA G AY JOI PT will make the season of 1900 at my barn on the head of the Nickell Fork of Grassy 1 mile north of Daysboro ou a part of the old Caleb Nickell farm nt 6 to insure living colt Barren mares giyen special attention with im- pregnator Monev due when mare is parted with in any way or bred to an other horse or jack and lien retainedon colt until season money is paid This Jack is 14 12 hands high the best breeder in Morgan county and is GrayJackAll care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur JOROLUS CHANEY Daysboro Ky Neuralgia TalieM ONE ofiholLiwc Tablets aiidthe PUB=ts- One HEADACHE BACKACHE Before I begin tome Dr MilK Anti Pain Pan I itfwtd Ir deg end wicks with nenrtljlt Now I rarely ever hive the heidiche I Nn never te without then Miss Eleanor Wade 8JS NCdi Sweet St Joseph Mliiouri AMP THI rAWJ 0- RHEUMATISM I 1andI SCIATICA 25IDoses25CentsN jrWOnifitM sins Dr inns Ad Peln Pills IIId is luuikwkttf a tease Ue prict elite Am cUYenljr If h titst benefit you POLLYfH f t fIRCUSA- II Is COMING toTOWN iiimu AFTER ALL OLD THINGSI ARE BEST AND WHO ISINOT THRILLED IN THEISTRANGEST WAY BY A TALE OF THE GOOD OLD CIRCUS DAYS r Shos theprettiestdaintiest most ltt- y4appealinglittle circus girlthat ou have ever seen Sheissoattractive and shehas 14 had suchan interesting life J tliat wehave arranged forher to appear onlyforus i READ THE STORY OF POLLY e AND IN A LITTLE TIME YOU WILL THINK AS MUCH OFi POx LYOFTIIECIRCUSS i L iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiliyniilili i iiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimriiuv ubIIH L KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled Monroe Porter colored was fatally shot by John Morris as the result of a quarrel over A crap game nt Jackson Mt Sterling is at last to have a new passenger station The C O railroad company has purchased the Chiles Thompson building lot on Maysville street and will begin work on the new building about July 1 Martin Kelly aged 50 years a de mented prisoner in the Louisville hold over cut his throat with an oldrusty razor severing the jugular rein and bled to death He was in San Francisco at the time of the earthquake and lost his mind through fright Topics touching every phase of state development were discussed by lepre sentative business men gathered from allsections in the Kentucky State Com mtrcial convention held recently in Louisville Nearly every county in the state sent representatives to the conven lion While trying to recover his cap which had fallen into the waters of Big Spring at Georgetown Julian Leach agedsix years lost bis balance and fell in His l0year old sister jumped in to save him but was not strong enough Robert Jones happened along and saved both of themA new steel bridge is to be built joint ly by Clark and Montgomery counties acres Lulbegrud creek on the Kiddvilie pike The ford is one of the most dan gerous in the state and many people have had narrow escapes from drowning at that point The creek is the dividing line between the counties Two small boys by the name of Burgy and one by the name of Nickel were badly burned while playing about a gas well in Menifee county It is said that from some cance the strong flow of gas became ignited setting fire to the boys clothing Two of them will lose their eyesightA circurr stance to happen to one man twice in a lifetime and neyer to any one that we ever heard of is pecu liar indeed Fortyfour years ago J W Parnell and wife at their home known as Little Rocky placed a hen Hnd fifteen chickens in a low place in the yardHnd then went some distance away to attend to other matters They heard the hen making a noise and saw their bunchof sheep with heads together just where they had placed their chickens Fearing that their chickens would be trampled to death they scared the sheep away but not a chicken could they find nor was one ever found Mr D always told it that tha sheep ate the chickens though that being so unreasonable he quit tell ing it except when requested His old friend Lawyer Bill Denton told him once in a crowd that it was the biggest lie he ever heard any mun tell How ever the same thing happened again in his yard this spring only it was one sheep this time and only two chickens but has an eyewitness Mrs Charles Darnell who saw the sheep eat the last chicken Now Mr D says if any one doubts the truthfulness of this or either If they will furnish the chickens freshly hatched and bring them to his house if the sheep dont eat the chickens he will Odessa cor Owingaville Outlook If you want a fine razorns good as you can buy for 2cnll 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 Stomach Distress Eyery family here ought to keep some Diapepsin in the house as any ono of you may have an attack of ndigestion or Stomach trouble at any time day or night This harmless preparation will digest anything you eat and overcame a sour stomach fivo minutes after taking- If your meals dont tempt you fir what little you do eat seems to fill you or lays like a lump ofI lead in your stomach or if you have heartburn that is a sign ofI Indigestion Ask your Pharmacist for a 50I sent case of Papes Diapepsin and ake one triangule after supper tonight There will be no sour icings no belching of undigested food mixed with acid no stomach gas or heartburn fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach Nausea Debilitating Headaches Dizziness fir Intestinal griping This will all go and besides there will be J 10 sour food left over in the t tomach to poison your breath f with nauseous odors Papas Diapepsin is a certainJcure for all stomach J ause it will take hold of your f ood and digest it just the same as 1 f your stomach wasnt there Actual prompt relief for all your stomach misery is at your pharmacist waiting for you These large fi0 cent cases con kin more than sufficient to cure n case of Dyspepsia or Indigestion I Dont WorryIf you are sick dont worry but begin at once to make yourself well To do this we but repeat the words of thousands of other sufferers from womanly ills when we say TAKE I It Will Help You For 50 years this wonderful female remedy Has been benefiting sick women Mrs Jennie Merrick of Cambridge City Ind says I suffered greatly goodTheyusingthisAT ALL DRUG STORES COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF HAZELGREENACADEMY Saturday May 22 Wednesday May 26 PRIMARY and INTERMEDIATE Graduating Exercises Saturday Night May 22 BACCALAUREATE ADDRESS Sunday Morning May 23 at Christian Church by Bro Wesley Hatcher of West Liberty Ky YOUNG MENS DECLAMATORY CONTEST Monday Night May 24 YOUNO LADIES DECLAMATORY and YOUNG MENS ORATORICAL CONTESTS Tuesday Night May 25 GRADUATING EXERCISES Wednesday Morning May 20 at 930 oclock Rev r S Tinsley of Shelbyville Ky will deliver the Graduating Address The grand oratorio TIlE HOLY CITY will be rendered Wednesday Night May 26 by fifty trained voices Everybody cordially invited to be with us throughout the whole of the Com mencement Week M O CARTER Principal ItsH IMPOSING DISPIIIY- y 0F y r EXQUISITE MILLINERY r together with a large array of original models and becoming creations of millinery artists The artistic arrangements of the trimmings should command and win the admiration up proval and patronage of the lovers of correct headgear MISSES MAPEL TROY THE MILLINERS One Door West of PO Hazel Green K- yKash JohnsonKash 1 DEALERS IN General MerchandiseOO- UNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY nvite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the lOW stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores IiiTegetnblfsHAMILTONBROWN SHOESLi specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for profitAlljf our former immense stork including in the Jot some very fine and Tinny pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sold ft Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kash Johnson Kasb Ji N Ce 1 irue