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IIt AR 7 u 6 r 1I r rSip Frf y h i A THE HAZEL GREEN HERALD0 Established March 4 1885 Hadfe Famous in the Btory of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORol 0rElt I InAdrnOanerseadd hnun n n TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUOKY THURSDAY MAY 20 1909 NUMBER 47tt 4I Lexinjton and Eastern Railway Time Table In EHect lens 211 1908 WEST BOUND 01 flo3 ob STATIONS Dallyex Dally and Sunday Sunday Sundayonly AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am 2 20 pm 700 alI- lOK Junct 6 16pm I 2 25 pm 705 am BeaUTve Jo 7 07ltm 3 20 pm 754 um Torrent 7 30 am a 41 pm 816 um Nut Bridge 7 45 am 3 66 pm 8Wam Campton Jn 7 48 am 367 pm 828 am Clay Stanton Wlnchuter LBJanOn City 912 8 9 8 00 25 15 amjj 520 4 607 4 36 26 pmf JO21i 10S 902 854 um um am am aID 11k Lexton ar 9 b5 G 05 EAST BOUND No 3 l No4 Dallyex Sunday fIfDally Sunday and PM LyeAMLyeI 251111 0 LeXington 0 7 3b am Wtnchester 20 8 13 am I 38 pm 20 248 pm LEJunetion 826 pm 3 60 pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 368 pm U Btantoni 44 9 10 am 4 30 pm Campton Juntn g 38 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57I 9 43 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 9 56 am 510pm 70DeaUyveJo 7U 10 17 am 6 Q5 pm 90 OKJ uncn 90 11 16 am 6 10 pm 94 Jackson 94 1120 am CONNECTIONS L E JUtiCTloJrallll NOI 1 and will make connection with the C A Olty for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 3 and 4 donned with the Mountain Central By lor Pine Ridge and Campton No2JuNCTIONTralneI DBATlYVLLR will make connection at Beattyvllle June with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Beattyvllle O A K JUKCTIOH Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for local Itatlonon the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OHA8J3COTTOenPM Agent Olio KeMC Bautfay lime Table May 21 19O6 WEST BOUND 1No 33 IKI KNo 21 Daily DallYr exe ayoSan tlunaay PM ABB 0 27 PM ABB i 5 20 0 Cannel City 22 12 36 r 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 S 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 Ir 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 f 3 62 22 Wilhurit 6 11 44 f 3 10 27 OAKJunctlon 0 11 15 I 3 00 Jackson 11 05 w EAST BOUND No34 RNo22Daily ex STATIONS Daily eI SundaySunday NI AMLvPlILVE7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 h 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 8 24 18 Hamptou 13 1 44 A 8 37 10 Wllhunt 20 1 51 1 9 25 1 OiK Junction 22 2 25 J 9 SO 0 Jaokson 27 2 30 e Not 21 and 22 will make close conneotioi 0k K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for on the Lexington and Eastern Rail fc fcatySuperintendentL CONLEY mountain Cellt1alliiioga No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 600 a m Campton 1130 am 2oop m Campton 000pm No 2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART J 7 80 amCampn Juno 10 05 am 380 pm0ampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains B F BOLINC UNDERTAKERCAMPTON FORMS the citizens of Wolfe and the adjoining counties that he carries i a line of Coffins Jaskets Burial Clothes ana everything necessary to put away the dead in docent style I ftirSpecial caskets supplied on 24 W hours notice finest made if ordered Teams and hacks furnished funerals Alao can fill orders for tombstones c 0 MU- SENotary SEWELL Public STILLWATER KY Offers his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county and solicits the patronage of Iru who nay uye legal papers to execute iIOoeat hie residence on tlLWwatc- ra Al j i I Il rslYlfeiitI r+ r COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends CAMPTON- Attorney Kelly Rash made a business trip to Lexington last weekFrank Center who was charged with false swearing was sentenced to the penitentiary for one year Mrs A C Kash has been in del irate health for sometime but at this writing seems to be somewhat better Miss Sallie Hurst went to Jack son last Wednesday for an extended vinit with her sister Mrs D B Redwine The case against Clarence Lin don colored for killing Desko Adams also colored resulted in a verdiet of 10 years in the peniten tiary for Lindon W L Kash who has been at tending court here returned to Jackson to prepare the cases which he has in the Jackson circuit court which convenes next Monday Mack Whisman and Mort Bail ey charged with the killing of Golf Proffit were brought before Judge Adams Saturday and ad mitted to bail in the sum of 0000 eachThe grated jury adjourned last Thursday and were discharged af ter returning 223 indictments most of which were for selling liquor If all the accused parties are strictly handled by the court it may result in putting a stop to the illegal traffic May 17 RAMBLER Wont Slight a Good Friend If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Beals Me for KingsNewcellent results in my own family end 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 its quick cure surprises you For bronchi crouplaor lungs its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers LACY CREEK- J C Trimble attended church on Gillmore Sunday Charley Maloney attended meeting at Laurel Sunday John Elkins made his usual trip to Gillmore Sunday Mrs Jeff Cruey was a guest of Walter Maloney and family Sun dayMiss Matlee Rose returned Sun day from a ten days viEit on Gill moreThere woe meeting at Rose Chapel Sunday conducted by Rey John Wilson Miss Emma Cox of Hazel Green visited Miss Rosa Trimble over SundayTom Lee and wife of Grassy visited Clayton Center and wife SundayMrs Frank Coldiron of Stillwa ter was visiting in this section last Sunday Miss Rosa Coldiron was visiting her sister Mrs Harlan Trimble recently Linville Arnett bought of Hoy L Childers one farm horse j price paid 76- Linville Arnett lost a fine young work male by jumping a fence a few days ago Misses Cora Joan and Vollio Rose were visiting Jeff M Rose and wife Sunday spentSundaytie anti Louise Rose Bro Roberts of Hael Green will preach at the Johnson school house next Sunday night Misses Viola and Nancy Center of Hazel Green spent Sunday afternoon with Mia Grace Sexton C F Kaah and wife of Hazel tL 11t j TO CORBESPONDBN7S Mail your Items early so they will reach our office morningMondayifnot bb published unless of unusual Im portanee Advertise no ones business and wrlttj on one side of the paper only Green were visiting the latter mother Aunt Juda Wills Sunday H F Harley who has been in Lexington for a few days on busi ness returned Sunday via 0 K railwayMort Elkins and Loyd Lacy went on a fishing tour Saturday They say they caught 40 or 50 and the largest one was at least four inches long and yet say it wasnt a good time lot fishing The boys said they webs dcn6 fishing in Lacy creek 01 tat Taylor and wife will take their little child Winchester for a medical examination They have the sympathy of the good people on this creek as they have had so much sickness in their family for the past year and all should lend a helpiug hand placeisattendance May the good work prevail throughout the country If this was done may be the grand jury would not have so much to do as they only turned in 228 indict meats this court and the largest part of violation was committed on the Sabbath May 27 BERTIE Smash s all Records As an allround laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can compares with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver aud kidneys purify the blood strengthen the nerves cure constipation dyspepsia bil iiousness jaundice headache chills and malaria Try them 25 at all dealers SANDFIELD sppntSaturday AquillaHaddix and Emma Lan drum spent Sunday with Nannie StamperUncle Fielden Cox of Stillwa ter was a guest of J J Catron one day recently Joseph Estep and Hervie Stam baugh took dinner at J B Mo Nabbs last Sunday Mrs Alice Creeoh and little son Tilden were guests of J J Catron one night recently Misses Barsha Taylor and Etta Sweeney were guests of Mrs Fran ces James Saturday night Henry Mannin and wife and John Osborn of Menifee were vis familySaturday Roy McNabb Reece Cox and Courtney Stamper attended the social given in honor of Miss Net tie Cox at the home of Miss Rosa Trimble Saturday night The following took dinner with 0 W McNabb Sunday Ninnie Motley and Bertie Cecil of Ezel i CamptonHenryj eroyton and Maud McNabb Nan cy Catron and Wick Childers Byrd MoNabb who has been in Oklahoma and several other states for three or four months returned last Thursday delighted with the trip but he says Kentucky is the garden spot of the world as he didnt see a pretty woman until he got back to Kentucky On Tuesday May 11 the Angel of Death again visited the home of Mr and Mrs Jack Sally and claim ed as his own their darling little highIteleven days since death had thrown a shadow oer thorn Estill as he was named was a bright little babe of about ono year and six months He had bedu afflicted for almost a year and about three weeks ago it was decided He was growing weaker and last Saturday he was taken to Hazel Green fdrtreatrffent when they found that phytiictil aid was of no use We know it is hard to give thorn up but we IIbould be reconciled to Gods will While tho parents are almost broken hearted In this tforlcl he is a shin jug angel in Heaven where no sick l Lu ness or death ever comes Tho fun eral services were conducted by Rev Marion Center o f Hazel Green and the remains wore laid to rest in tho family graveyard to await the coming of papa mamma and little sister Weep not for these little ones for Jesus said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of luch is the kingdom of Heaven May 17 SUNSHINE Lived 152 Years Wm Parr Englands oldest manmarried the third time at 120 worked in the fields till 132 and lived 20 years longer People should be youthful at 80 James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young I feel just like a 16yearold boy he writes after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters For thirty years kidney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonder ful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weaksickly rundown or old people Try them 60o at all dealer- sSTAMPER BRANCH Mrs Lou Stamper is very low with fever Walter Hollon was aguestof his sister Mrs Nannie Stamper Sun day A large crowd attended the wool picking Wednesday at Mrs Fannie Brooks Florence and Bill Ratlin visited their sister Mrs Ollie Bush Sat urday night Mrs Eliza Stamper visited her parents Jahile Phillips and wife Friday night Lewis Coldiron was a guest of his sister Mrs Frances Stamper Saturday night Mrs L G Stamper is going into the turkey raising business She has 89 eggs in hatch Mrs Nannie Stamper was a guest of her fatherinlaw L G Stam per and family Sunday Mrs Malinda Brooks and daugh ter Alva were guests of her son Ueorge Brooks Tuesday night Erastus Brooks of Red river was a guest of his grandson Geo Brooks and family Wednesday Misses Lucy Sweeney and Malvie Turner of H G A were guests of Miss Lillie Stamper over Sunday Rev K K Spencer of Stillwa ter and other ministers preached interesting sermons at Laurel Sun day Bill Brewer son and two IMra were guests of her sister Mrs Taylor Stamper SUl day eveningSherman Shackelford of Bethel was here the other day and bought a wagon load of corn from James StamperL Stamper bought a mlloh cow from the drove of Gnsby and Miller but the writer failed to learn the price paid IMr Moore buperintendent Wy lie Arnett foreman and a crew of Cumberland line men stoppedat James Stampers last week A little son of Will Stamper and wife had the misfortune to fall in to the fire the other day and was badly burned but not seriously Messrs Grisby and Minix stop ped over at L G Stampers Thurs day night with a drove of cattle en route to Mt Sterling market The little aon of Mort Stamper and wife is on the sick list as ale also a little daughter of Boone Stamper and wife and Ora the little child of George Brooks and wifeJames Stamper and wife were shopping at Hazel Green Thursday and among other things purchased a new hat for their daughter Miss Lillie from the Mapel Troy millinery Quite a crowd were delightfully entertained at the home of Miss Lillie Stamper Sunday evening Among them were Misses Lucie Sweeney Malvie Turner and Julie Stamper i Ed and Fred Stamper Jahile Phillips Bud John Oldtield May 17 SPILINnTI lE- If you want t fine razoras 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 J MI r STILLWATER James Rittenhouse visited D B Tyra Suiuloy Andy Phipps from May town stoppedwith the writer Sunday Supt W H Chambers called to see S C Rose on business Friday AndyPhippsSundayS S Combs of Richmond visited his sister Mrs R J Rose Sun day Hon S M Niokell of Goodwins Chapel was through here Saturday Revs Jeff Brewer James Brown and a Mr Isaacs preached ofLau rol Sunday Mrs John Bush scalded one of her feet last week with a kettle cf boiling water and it is giving her much trouble Ed Grisly from Perry county was through here Friday with a nice bunch of cattle for the Mt Sterling market Ambrose Brewers son William accidently shot himself last week on Holly with a 45 Colts revolver taking effect in the hips D B Tyras house caught on firo Friday morning caused by a defective flue The damage was slight as the fire was soon extin guished G W Lovelace C S Cecil and wife Beavy and Myrtle Buchanan R L Rose and family and a number of others all from Stillwater attended preaching services at Laurel Sunday George Buchanan was cutting corn stalks Friday of last week and a stalk flew up and struck him painful poison will set up May 17 DOMINGO Deafness Can Not Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is ont one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedy Deafness is caus ed by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you haven rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the resultI and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tnbe be restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out often are caused by Catarrh which III nothing but inflamed condition of the mu cuos surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any ease of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co TOIEBO 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation TRENT Quite a large crowdattended church at this place Sunday J H Barker was a guest of his son Courtney and family Sunday Tom Stamper and George Brooks passed through this section Snn day Jas Cleveland and Berry OHair left ono day last week to join the armyMrs Armina Trent took dinner familyFridayWillie Taulbee of Rose fork was calling on Miss Nannie Bar ker Sunday Sam Cecil wife and two sons of Stillwater took dinner with Joe Brown and wife J C Barker of Stillwater passed through here en route to Con solation Sunday Several from tillS plnco will take in the commencement exercises at H G A next week Cud and Emma Clark and Lillie and Lela Rose took dinner with Mrs Geneva Brown Sunday Grant Hall who has been visit ing on War creek for the pat week returned home Sunday Misses Laura Stanley and Mag gie Maloney of Stillwater took dinner with Stella Edwards Sun day Courtney and Leonard Barker of Neola were guests of J H Barker and family Saturday and Sun dayMrs accompaniedbyiting relatives at Hazel Green Saturday Rave Jeff Brewer and T C Spencer preached here Sunday to 111 11t a largo and well behaved cofigre a gationBoone Tyra of Stillwater paw ed through here en route to Hazel Green Monday to attend fo some legal bu ine8siij Oren Campbell of HAzelGieen t moved his brother Rolliri from the home 01 Mrs Owen Coldiron to Mrs John Moores on StStttfa ter Sunday IJ May 17 MonNemNK Kills to Stop the Fie fL 1Johna running ulcer He paid doctors over 400 without hpn fit Ttfcfn1 i Bucklens Arnica Sulvo killed tho tI ulcer and cured him Cur fever sores boils felons pfvrnaj salt rrheum Infallible fur puesbnrng1 i scalds cuts corns 25c at all deall ers yj CONSOLATIONrJohn Barker of Trent Was here lSunday ij Sam Cecil went to Campton last u Monday returning Tuesday SquareSunday Kelly Arnett of Maguffin coun ty passed through here eh route to West Liberty Mr and Mrs Ed F Cecil areryavisiting their son John Cecil end family of Mt Sterling Mrs George Oldfield spent a few days recently visiting her brotber Nelson Nickell of Haze1Gieen Miss Matlee Roseda fPterof Hon Joseph P Rode of Lacy+ creek is visiting Miss Ethel Cecil today iiliirphyforkCecil during the absence of Mrs R Cecil Sam Cecil and Howard Fittzpitt rick took in the boys U D literary society at H G A Saturday nightHoward Fitzpatrck iisi Saturday and Sunday with home 1 folks i l S H Elam bought a nice mulch cow from Charley Rose of Tfiizol Green but we tailed to rearitheprice Curt Walters has commenced hauling his tanbark toHelwshftwa He left this morning with three wagons loads Arlie Cecil our yonrig1 heroin the farming ranks is working like a beaver He says third is No Excellence Without Labor May 17 TELLTALE Ji PINE BLUFF Walter ltl Henry was at Pine Bluff Saturday Mathew Wells of Caney visited at Pine Bluff Sunday ET Beeding was in this section recently on business John Patrick made a trip to Tanners the other day James R Henry was a guest of the writer Saturday night plowing Jacob Oldham and Carrie Anv na Cox are on the sick list Bfpretf ent John Lykins of Elder was a business visitor in our town Satur dayEliza and Lloyd Ross were vis sSunday Quite a lot ofyoung folks attend ed the birthday celebration Of Al= lie Henry last Sunday oj Wayne Short who has been un der medical treatment for two years or more died last Wednw dayMarried on the 13th inst at the home of the brides parents Loon yRt3vnewgrouiidTuesday lin was stricken with paralysis and carried to his home where he is still lying in an unconscious state Ho has lost the use of his right sideThe people in this section are very anxious for C EClark to be come a candidate for representative Mr Clark is one of the ablest young men in the district and I supporthimhimMay 17 UNCLE ZIP 1 1 i 1 Ti 1L U Iiia I z I 11i 1 ytr PHE HERALD natal QrennPoit tLratereclatthe Glum matter SPENCER COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY May 20 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0WOLFS CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASU Commonwealths Attorney I R IIOLLON Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday iu May third Monday in Septem ber WOLFE COUNTY COURT G T CENTER Judge i O B STAMPER County Attorney ClerkIMeets first Monday in each monthi tWOLFB FISCAL COURT i Meets first Tuesday in April first Tues day in October I MAGISTRATES COURTS District No IC M Fallen third Friday in March June Septeiuoer and Decem J ber ff District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No 1 vember District No 3S F Allen j second Friday NovemberyMarch May August and November Ii District No bT C Hollon second Fri day in March June September and December District No 6Roy Hurst third Friday in 4 February May August and November District No7if T llelton fourth Friday in March June September and De r cember District No 8J M Lovelace first Friday in February May August ami No i vember DEMOCRATIC TICKET WOLFE COUNTY For County Judge W 13 DUFF b For County Court ClerkF L CARROLL For Circuit Court ClerkJ C LINDON ForSheriffQEORGE V SALLLV For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For AssessorJ T CENTER For JailerJ C1 LITTLE For Co Superintendent W TAULBEE For Surveyor E CREECH s For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32nd District J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32nd i WAUGHit b 11ForI County AttorneyJ P HANEY For County ClerkJ II SEBASTIAN y For Superintendent T N BARKER For Circuit Clerkn M OAKLEY For SherlifH B BROWN For JailerHH C COMBS For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN For CoronereZACIIIIANEYFor Surv yor1 P TURNER Dr R H Crossfield On Mountain Schools Dr R H Crossfield of Trans eylvauia University returned yes tterday morning from a trip to Wolfe and Breathitt counties where he went to investigate edu cational conditions Last week he visited London Corbin and Bar bourville on the same mission President Crossfield made are r port of what be discovered at the chapel services yesterday morning He said that from the mountains have come many of the leaders of professional and industrial life in Lexington and Central Kentucky and that men strong of body lithe of limb and vigorous in intellect from the mountains would contin S inSevery department of activity Central Kentucky During these trips he visited the graded school and the Sue Ben nett Memorial Institute at London the graded school at Corbin the Baptist Institution and Union College at Barbourville Hazel Green Academy and Lees Institute at JacksonDr said the reason church schools had been establish ed in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky was the fact that there is so little public education senti mentAnother condition that renders the church school necessary is the lack of financial support given to the public schools The new school law says that each county shall establish a high school but the raising of the funds for the erec tion of a building is left altogether to the discretion of the voters of a the county and the people in the mountain counties are not willing to vote sufficient tax for this pur pose Turning to the other side of the r question Dr Crossfield said that there were many men and women in the mountains who were exceeds ingly anxious to give their chil dren the advantages of a good education but were not able to send them away from home to school V The speaker said that at Hazel Green there were about 800 stu dents enrolled in the Academy that the institution received about 1500 all told from its students but that it required at least 5000 wr to conduct the academyeach school dear rendering it necessary that t eo the women of the Christiam Wo mens Board of Missions contrib defioitILexington Lincoln Institute at Lincoln The new colored school is final ly located as originally planned in a county district where it will have its own railroad station and postofficeThe chosen is east of Louis inlthetract of over 500 acres has been purchased for about 80 an acre which is considered a rather stiff price as the land is not quite the best and there are few improve ments The Institution will he largely devoted to Agriculture and the training of teachers for the rural colored schools although other de partments will not be neglected The students as at Booker Wash ingtons famous school at Tuske gee will be under military discipline and none will be received except those who come to board and live in the school buildings This plan will enable the Institu tion to accomplish the utmost possible with its pupils having them under its supervision iin their rooms meals and all living ar rangements and it will prevent the rise of any colored settlement adjacent to the school The tract of land is ample and varied in surface affording good sites for the necessary building and will foster a love of country life in all the students Of course no building can be erected until the funds necessary are fully secured It will be re membered that President Frost and Dr Thomson of Berea secured subscriptions for a large amount conditioned upon the total o f 400000 being subscribed at least 50000 of which should be raised in Kentucky The large subscriptions of Mr Carnegie and Mrs Sage will not be paid until all the rest has been pledged and collect ed The effort has been to raise 110000 in this state 50000 in Louisville 40000 in the state at large and 20000 among the col ored people themselves Enough money has been paid in from various sources to justifiy this purchase of a site and it is hoped that the rest of the money needed will be pledged at once Supt Orabbeof Frankfort Bish op Burton of Lexington Hon J B Atkinson of Earlington and such prominent citizens as BruceI Huldermau Geo W C C Stoll of Louisville are warm ly interested in the enterprise The Eckstein Norton Institu tute at Cane Spring is expecting to form a merger with this New Lincoln Institute Lincoln Institute will be decid edly religious in character but not controlled by any one religious body the management being vest ed in a board of twentyfive trustees to bo selected by Berea Col lege and Eckstein Norton Pres Frost says This whole movement is a pact of the general educational and commercial uplift of the state A well equipped Normal and Industrial school for our colored population is a neces sary part of any program for ad vancement If the colored com munity is to have its own leaders they must be brought up as white leaders are in some school where the children of the better families will meet aud naturally build up higher ideals and standards And we must have an army of indus trially trained teachers to make effective the colored public schools and so mould the masses of the race MAYTOWN Miss Ruth Wills was a guest of her aunt Miss Grace Childers SundayJames Ingram made a business trip to Campton and returned WednesdayMisses and Bessie Hobbs were guests of Miss Lula Phipps Sunday evening Misses Nancy and Carrie Little and Bennie Spradling were calling on Miss May Phipps Sunday Mr and Mrs James R Little and son Omer were calling on Edgar McNabb and wife of Toliver George Canoy and two sons Rus sel and Shelby of Mariba passed hero en route to Campton Monday Mr and Mrs V C Bryant visit ed tho latters parents C P Den nis and wife Saturday and Sun day Hiram Bryant was seen in this place again Sunday and I wonder what the attraction is There must be something Raleigh Little of Pomeropton Hiram Bryant of Blackwater Misses Gracie Vest of Bonny and Stella Clark of this place were highly entertained at the homo of Miss Maud Wilson and they reported a jMayj 1 MURPHY FORK Last week J S Pieratt sold a fine milk cow to P Lawson for 25 Jeff Phillips who has been onI the sick list for nearly a year is a little worse at this writing Mrs Becky Murphy paid Mrs Lizzie Murphy a yisit Sunday her first appearance for many years Jahile Phillips took in the big I Laurel mooting Sunday and reports that 12 preachers had it in charge Misses Cora and Ira Murphy and Zolpha Pieratt attended the meeting at the Old Grassy church SundayNo Sunday school at Public Square Sunday last Teacher fail ed to appear Miss Nora Pieratt was the only one that came Mrs Sarah Ellen Swango daugh ter Stella and XRay spent Satur day and Sunday at the home of her sister Mrs Annie McGuire of BonnyBill and John Murphy wont on a fishing jolly Saturday on Blackwa ter They remained for hours without any luck Bill had the misfortune to lose his watch at the outingMisses Cora Murphy and Nora Pieratt Sunday were trying their skill at horse babk riding on their famous steeds The writer thinks they were practicing for the Hazel Green fair Miss Jane Taulbee having learn ed the art of cooking in Mrs Liz zie Cecils kitchen took a weeks trip to Consolation to see how Miss Ethel presides at the table during the absence ot the vice presidents wifeAn object of charity can be seen ifany one would visit the home of Mrs Betsy Lawson on this creek She is afflicted with old age and sickness She lives with her two sons who are nearly deaf and dumbMay 17 POET INSKO Miss Lona Minix was at Jackson recentlyWm Bailey went to Lee City re cently on business- A B Kasb of Gillmore was here on business recently- J T Benton of Caney was here u few days since on business James Stacy of Cannel City was here recently on business Rev W H Elam went to Can nel City Saturday on business W T Clair of Lee City was in this section last week on business Rev Henry and G W Elam visited relatives at Lee City recently Joseph McClure of Grassy was in this vicinity the other day on businessMrs Richard Minix of Hen dricks is here visiting friends and relativesProf Wm Robinett of Netty passed through here en route to Lee City Mrs Hale Elam sold a nice cow to John Anderson for a considera tion of 20 Rev W H Elam bought a horse from Jarile Ratliffe for a consid Aration of 75 George Hood of Vancleave was in our neighborhood a few days ago on business John Strickland bought a fine milch cow from Capt W C Taul bee the other day for 50 May 17 NAT CRASSY lames Perkins whose illness we reported last week is no better- J Monroe Gevedon and wife were visiting her parents near Ezel from Friday until SundayI Several from this section willI attend the show at Cannel City Tuesday and away with their mono ey Dr E C Gevedon has been haying I some paper hanging done JII F Gevedon his brother did the workJJ Isam Byrd who has been here the past two weeks putting out his crop returned to the Calaboose I SundayA Price portrait agent from 1 Pikeville was in this section Sat urday returning to Cannel City the same afternoon Leslie McClure went to Hazel Green Saturday to attend the k allC game and was disappointed as the Jackson boys did not show up J Monroe Gevedon has a hive of bees which have swarmed five times since the 2nd of May all of wich ho hived and they are work nicelyMay DUONO For SaloA Victor grapbophono with 30 records j will be sold for less than the cost of the records apply at this office One Bishop Dudley Used To Tell A minister who nod been doing missionary work in India recently returned to New York for a visit according to Success Magazine Ho was a guest at a wellknown hotel where he was pleased with everything except the absence of the very torrid sauce and spicoe to which he had been accustomed in the East Fortunately he had brought with him a supply of his favorite condiments and by ar ranging with the waiter these were placed on his table One day an other guest saw the appetizing bot tie on his neighbors table and asked the waiter to give him some of that sauce- I am sorry sir said the wait er but it is the private property ol this gentleman The minister however heard the request and told the waiter to pass the bottle The stranger poured some of the mixture on his meat and took a liberal mouthful After a mo ment he turned with tears in his eyes to the minister Youre a minister of the Gospel Yes sir And preach hell and damna tionYes admitted the minkter Well you are the first minis ter I ever met that carried his samples with hi- mChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR I IA Fairs in Kentucky- So far as we can learn the fairs scheduled for Kentucky during the present year are as follows- Georgetown July 27 to 31 Henderson July 27 to 31 Stanford July 31 to Aug 2 Winchester August 3 to C- Madisonvllle August 3 to 7 Danville August t to 7 BLUE GRASS FAIR Lexington August 9 to 11 Taylorsvllle August 10 to 13 Uniontown August 10 to 14 Harrodnburg August 12 to 14 Brodhead August 17 to 20 Leitchfield August 17 to 20 Barboureville August 18 to 20 Shepherdsrille August 18 to 20 Effing August 19 to 21 Shelby ville August 24 to 28 Florence August 25 to 28 London August 2b to 28 Springfield August 25 to 28 Frankfort August 81 to September 2 Hardinsburg Aug 31 to Sept 2 Bardstown September 1 to 4 Tompkinsville September 1 to 4 Fern Creek S ptember 1 to 5 Scottsville September 2 to 4 HAZEL GREEN FAIR Sept 6 to 10 Hodgenville September 7 to 9 Monticellc September 7 to 10 Paris September 7 to 11 Glasgow September 8 to 11 Scottsburg September 13 to 17 STATE FAIR Louisville Sept13 to 18 Scuttsville September 1C to 18 Falmouth September 29 to October 2 Bedford October 1 to 2- Do You Get Up With a Lame Back Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everyone knows of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and n1bladder remedy be i cause of its remark I able health restoring properties Swamp t Root fulfills almost every wish in over t rheumatitmtI I neys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It + corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing or bad effects followinguse of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often manytimesSwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been thor tested in private practice and has prove so successful that a special ar anjjement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book telling pore about SwampRoot and how to findoutif yonhave kid ley or bladder trouble When writingmention L reading this generous I offer in this paper and mend your address to Dr Kilmer Co ii 1Ioo- CoBlngbamton N Y The regular fiftycent and onedollar size bottles are sold by ill druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot- Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad resa Binghamton N Yon every bottle K V iiDLHIDESFURS GlasagGtWtJI areaadcadIlettCllor1outhaa Reference any Bank in Lou ville hippiqt SAOEL A SON- SarNaaaStfLMuMH UMHIUEKr 11 MILLINERY Ill I i 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I bileIk able in constipation biliousness dys yourdoctorII I if ne knows a better laxative pill Mado by the J C prCo Lower Mm i THE HERALD r DRINK WAINSCOTTS ROXA KOLA Maliesa Shackelford of Fincas i tin is visiting her brother Roscoe 4 IMapel Troy have cabbage to matoes green beans strawberries etc Mrs Robert Cecil entertained 1 1thefaculty of the academy to dinner Sunday MBSB Anna Center of Gosney ville is visiting her brother Dr s Taylor Center Ed Cecil and wife returned home yesterday afternoon from a visit to r Montgomery county Floyd Day of Winchester was I here a few days this week the guest of his brother J Taylor Day Mrs Ada Kash one of our hero ines a few nights siuce caught a string of nineteen very fine catfish i y Blair MoLin manager of the Day Bros store at Jackson was here this week visiting his brother d RJ McLin Mrs Butler Hughes returned to j her home at Pomeroyton Friday l after a weeks visit with her father Dr A C Nickell Will Kash passed through here w Monday en route to Jackson from Compton Court will continue c this week trying civil cases The wire fence in front of the cemetery was erected Monday and with the large arch over the main gateway it is quite an ornamental finishHenry Matlock and Jim Reed er both Knoxville drummers one for shoes and the other notions were registered at the Day House i Sunday 4 4Curt Walters passed through 1 hero Monday en route to Holecha wa with three wagon loads of tan bark which is worth about 10 to l 18 per cord i at atMrs Nannie Hash who has been spending a month or two in Florida with T D Jones and family has returned and is now visiting inMt Sterling Rev W B Ragan announces that Quarterly meeting will beheld Sandfield on the second Sunday 1 1atJune and requests all interested to attend the services For SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for loss than the lumber and lot can be bought One acre in each lot j five rooms in each house Apply at this office I have just received a nice line of ladies skirts Also a new order of summer style hats including some real beauties in black Call e 4see FALAY LONG r I t Sam Wilson has been busily en gaged beautifying the property of R J McLin by giving some of the + L buildings a coat of paint especi ally the new cottage just completed The attorneys in the case against ft Baoh Hargis having filed notice of appeal he was not taken to the penitentiary last week but will remain in the Irvine jail until his pasts ia disposed of j j 1t1it fl More Xtilreal Talk It is currently rumored at Mt Sterling and in fact among railroad men that a company has been organized to build and equip a rail road from Filson on the Lexing ton and Eastern and along the route of the North fork of Red river It is to run via Pomeroyton which is of course off the river I but generally speaking the road will follow the river and connect with the 0 K at Heleohawa The names of the projectors have not been named to our knowledge but the presumption is that they are interested investors in timber lands along the proposed route and will build the road to run the tim ber to market That there is a large boundary of fine timber along that line is unquestioned and this withwhat railroad men say in re gard to the rumor lends apparent authenticity to the avowal wheth er the road ever becomes available or not It would in addition to marketing some fine timber open up several fine veins of lead and other minerals like red ooher etc and be of great benefit to Hazel Green as well Therefore we hope it may be a go- CleaningUp Day A few weeks since THE HERALD was authorized to say that on a certain day the trustees would have a wagon to haql away the rubbish and everybody in the town was requested to clean up the street Id front of their property The announcement was duly made but if anyone paid attention to the matter we failed to hear of it Next week will be commencement week and our town ought to put on its best bib and tucker because as usual there will be a great many visitors here As the other ap pointment proved a flash in the pan we suggest Friday and Satur day of this week to clean up New Barber Shop Hazel Green now boasts of a first class barber shop furnished and equipped in city style Geo Dyer has fitted up the office build ing to the rear of Cecil Bros store in an elegant manner and pur chased a supply ot massages cold cream shampoo preparations and other cosmeticss for the toilet Special attention given to ladies desiring to have their heads sham pooed or other hair dressing done Alumni Banquet Mrs Hal Smith is getting up a banquet for the alumni of Hazel Green Academy which will be held on Wednesday afternoon of next week It is expected that at feast fifty of the old graduates will be present and partake of the repast Mrs Smith is a chef de cuisine that is hard to beat and every one who has a plate at the banquet is thus assured that all things will tickle the palate The Cemetery Association will set a strawberry and ice cream supper Tuesday night next the proceeds to be applied to improv ins our city of the dead finishing the fence etc and they solicit the aid of all who have relatives buried there Oattle market in Mt Staring last Monday is reported to have been rather slow but prices had somewhat advanced Ben Murphy the cattle king of Murphy fork sold several fair bunches realizing 4f and 5y per pound Charley Rose also sold a lot at 4p T B Tibbals manager of Uncle Jack Rittenhousos coalmines1 on Sandy river has been visiting Mr Rittenhouse for a few days past but left for his place of business yesterday His home is at Leb anon Ohio John Kash found a yearling steer in his pasture bleeding at the nose and conceived the idea that some prowler had hurt it But some one who heard of the case suggested that it might be bloody murrain Leo Patrick a tenant on Dco Kashs farm had the misfortune to lose a very fine dapple gray mare Indeed Mr Patrick said he would sooner have lost 150 She WM A fine male breeder b LAN DBAW E T Kash went to Campton on business Monday Hon J M Tester is attending court at Campton this weakIH L Whisman sold to S R Per kins one hay stack for 1750 Robert Rose sold a bunch of hogs to James R Little of Maytown re centlyLogan Lindon passed through hero today Monday en route to CamptonMost farmers are done plant ing and some of them working their corn E T Kash and wife visited the family of Leander Barker Sunday and had a good timeIArthur Kash of H G A visited homefolks the latter part of last week returning Monday Rollin Combs went to Holecha wa Monday with a load of produceJ for Heinrich Toohey Several in this section are com templating attending commence ment exercises at Hazel Green John Chambers and wife and General Dalton loft last Friday for Middletown Ohio on the punt of workW IIChambers went to Malaga Saturday to let out the job of building a newschoolhouse in the Hurst districtW Buchanan is at his father beyondCampton in a crop The fire got out Saturday night and burned about 50 panels of fence between E T Kash and N L Combs George Halsey of Montgomery county has been in this section for the past few days buying sheep and cattle Mort Wilson of Morgan count ty visited the family of Mrs Liz zie Miller Sunday or one of the family anyway- A Mr Julian of Hampton was in this section last week looking aftsr hickory timber He will have Kashct Halsey saw a lot for him Judging from the amount of ground in this section being put in the coming fall will be the time for the editor to come over and eat watermelonsW Robert Tackett who went to Wisconsin recently have returned to Kentucky The former is at Olive Hill and the latter on his way to Wolfe county May 17 ANON CASTORIAI Por Infanta and Children Tin Kind YOH Nan Always Bough Bears the- Signature of CANNELCITY Sherman Napier left this week for LouisvilleEd spent Saturday and Sunday in Lexington Mrs Taulbee of Adel is a guest of her mother Mrs Tyra Verua Collins who was hurt while loading ties is convalescent Bishop Berton and Bro Patterson had services at the Union church Monday night A series of meetings are in progress at the new church just completed by the Saints of this place Mesdames Robert and John Cau dill have been visiting their sister Mrs Sandford Day tho past week Guy Leslie of this place loft last Saturday for Richmond to visit his sister who is attending school thereMisses Omer Gambill Willie Mae Watson and Trennie Walters left for West Liberty Thursday to tike the teachers examination May 17 ETEE- LWANTEDA woman to cook wash and iron for three peoplea good home and better wages than anybody in town pays to one who will do the work all right Apply at this office Judge Taylor Center was in Ha zel Green yesterday investigating road conditions in this vicinity Just after corn planting is over he will officially notify the overseers that they must Ret a hustle on If you want a fine razor as good as you can buy for 2oa11 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 It takes the ahoroat time for the worst things to happen f1iu KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled While peeling tan bark in Rowan conn ty a young man by the name of Johnson had his foot cut off Pleasure explorers in a cave in Uowan county found a sugar trough which from figures cut on it proved to be 108 years oldAn infant child of Frank Davis of West Hickmnn died from the effects of a silver dollar becoming lodged in its throatThe Montgomery County Fair Associ atlon have purchased the grounds and work is being pushed rapidly forward toward holding their first fair some time in AugustFour ton twelvn year nld girls were arrested on a charge of housebreak lug preferred by Mrs Emma Berry who claims they entered her house andstole a number of articles while she was on a visit to Cincinnati Henry McGlone sheriff of Carthr county has been missing since April 27 He had settled with the state and coun ty in full When last heard of he bad registered at the Palace Hotel Cincin nati Foul play is suspected Sallie Mosely colored sat at the bed side of n dying friends in Louisville and waited until the end came She then robbed the dead woman also colored of 50 which the latter had been years in accumulating for her funeral expenses Sallie is now in jail Not wishing to incur the displeasure of neighbors by killing his pigeons which were feasting on the early yegetation of his garden Brnce W Trimbe of Mt Sterling shot oTa giant firecracker with the result that three fingers of his right hand were badly lascerated The record game of baseball was play ed at Winchester Monday of last week between the Winchester and Lexington clubs of the Blue Grass league Seven teen innings were had before the game was decided and the Winchester pitcher held the Lexington tenm down without a single score and without a hit In one inning the Lexingtons went out with only eleven balls pitched Bound gagged and tortured by an un known man who entered her home in Louisville Mrs Mary Menz 7i years old islying at the point of death As she was about to retire the burglar emerged from behind a door and demanded 6000 which he claimed she had hidden in the house On her denial she was knocked down and maltreated but finally got free and shouted attracting the attention of a passerby who came to her rescue The burglar escaped HeadacheFor I keep Dr Miles AntiPain Pills on hand all the time and would not think of taking a journey without them no mat ter how short a distance I am going I have a sister that has had terrible headaches for years and I coaxed her to try them and they helped her so much she now keeps them by her all the time From my own exper ience I cannot praise them enoughMRS LOU M CHURCHILL 63 High St Penacook N H Many persons have headache after any little excitement or ex ertion They cannot attend church lectures entertainments or ride on trains without suffer ing Those who suffer in this way should 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substitute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Xarcotio Huhstance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Vlnd 1 J Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constlpntlonptand Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleepI 1 The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend i 1 GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature oft ic tlje pj The Kind You Have Always Bought Ii IIn Use For Over 30 Years 0 THE eixTiuH countxr TT Mumur TnT Nw Yea CT t Nl KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of HazelJ Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of LADIES S ES GENTS i Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etc and that their general line embraces fineDress Goods Dry Goods Notions 4 SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES etc i to which they invite inspe- ctionCECIL Ji BROS Dealers in General Merchandise Country Produce etc Our stock of Spring nod Summer Goods is complete i All the latest styles in Dress Goode and Linens 1vCALICOESOUR FINE LINE OF SHOES andOXFORDSare nplodato and will astonish you If You Dont See What You Want Call For It itt J JtfI T- ilfct watch tthis blanks ace ttiAtJ NEXT WEEK As tho oil will bo knockoe out it y V Y f MORGAN COUNTY M rI 4NATfONAL BANK 11 OF CANNEL CITY KYa lltiJ1 UNDIVIDED PROFITS 206661 t AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY u- tlOYOURt ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED ogC h IEiM L CONLEY President JOE 0 STAMPER Vice Pres 1111 CUSTER JONES Cashier Gt iJ = W Atf 11 I I J 0 1ftr I 1IIIJJ J V Jr j J r- n c t Vr rI iqI f t f41 h LI J Y Here is a circus romuncti red olent of the fresh sawdust of the ring vibrant with the inces sant clamor of the band pano 6 ramie in its ever moving display of clowns acrobats horses and captive wild animals You l fread of Polly the daughter o tha circus and of Bingo onI whose broad back she rode of the leap of death girl of JUuwer Jim the boss canvas man and Toby the clown who loved tho circus orphan and cared for her like father and mother of Deacon Strong who hated a circus and of Rev John Douglas who grew to love a cir cus girl You will read of gossip I that threatened to divider RutI nunciation and of Pollys first and last ride on Barbarian ih circus horse Ens- II CHAPTER I t iiHE band of the Great American d I Circus was playing noisily I The performance was iti full llswingto I Beside a shabby trunk in the wo I a mens dressing tent sat a young wilt i ful faced girl chin in hand unheedingy chatter of the women about her I the picturesque dlsarrny of the sur 11the objects Her eyes had been long accustomed to the glitter and of circus fineries that she sawI nothing unusual In a picture that might have held a painter spellbound Circling the inside of tho tent and forming a double line down the center were partially unpacked trunks belch 4 ing forth Impudent masses of satins laces artificial hair paper flowers and paste jewels The scent of moist I earth mingled oddly with the perfumed odors of the garments heaped on the grass Here and there high circles of lights threw a strong steady glare I robustIor the thin drooping shouldersI of a less stalwart sister Temporary ropes stretched from one pole to another were laden with bright colored stockings gaudy spangled gowns or dusty street clothes discarded by thet performers before slipping Into their circus attire There were no nails or books so hats and veils were pinned to the canvas walls spI The furniture was limited to one camp chair In front of each trunk thet till of which served as a tray for thei paints powders and other essentials of makeup A pall of water stood by the side of each chair so that the performers In the women dressing tent tat a young wistful faced girl might wash the delicately shaded tlghta handkerchiefs and other small articles not to be Intrusted to the alow careless process of the village laundry Some of these had beeny alwashed tonight and hung to dry on tho fines between tho dusty street gar mcftta Women whose turns came late sat about half clothed reading crochetln or sawing whlla others added pen Bled eyebrows powder or rouge to their already exaggerated makeups Here and there a child was putting her sawdust baby to sleep in the till of her trunk before beginning her part In the evenUyrs entertainment Young and old went about their duties with a eystematlc businesslike ah and even the uw bet of excited women hear tsdbIt rrsernfd tllt gee of tin eseo 9 4 ILV f1LLYotle tciixujBY1 COPYRIGHT 1905 BY DODD MEAD AND COMPANY I i bad upsot a circus traditionkept a sharp lookout for their turns What do you think about It Polly asked a handsome brunette as she sur veyed herself In the costume of a Roman charioteer About wliatr asked Polly vacantly offI woman nest to Pollys and whose business was to support a son and three daugh iiters upon stalwart shoulders both fig I literallyII trance answer- edI the dark girl and I think Its pret ty tough for him to take up with a rank outsider and expect us to warm up to her as though hed married one of our own folks She tossed her head the pride of class distinction welling high iin her ample bosom He aint askin us to warm up to palehlate and was making undignified ef forts to get out of her clothes by way undere study and next in line for the star place In the bill Well Barker has put her Into the leap of death stunt aint he1 con tinned the brunette Course that aint a regular circus act she added somewhat mollified and so far shes had to dress with the freaks but the next thing we know hell be rlngln her in on a regular stunt and be put tin her In to dress with us No danger of that sneered the blond Barker Is too old a stager to mix up his sheep and his goats Polly had again lost the thread of the conversation Her mind had gone roving to the night when the frightened girl about whom they were talk ling had made her first appearance in the circus lot clinging timidly to the hand of the man who had just made her his wife Her eyes had met Pol lyre with a look of appeal that had gone straight to the childs simple heart A few nights later the newcomer had allowed herself to be strapped into the cumbersome leap of death machine which hurled Itself through space at each performance and flung Itself down with force enough to break the neck of any unskilled rider Cour age and steady nerve were the requi sites for the job so the manager had said but any physician would have told him that only a trained acrobat could long endure the nervous strain the muscular tension and the physicalII rack of such an ordeal What matter The few dollars earned in this way would mean great deal to the mother whom the girls marriage had left desolate Polly had looked on hungrily th night that the mother had taken th o daughter In her arms to say farewell In the little country town where theI circus had played before her marriage She could remember no womans armsI about her for it was fourteen years since tender hands had carried he mother from the performers tent Into the moonlit lot to die The baby wa so used to seeing raumsle throw her self wearily on the ground after com- Ing out of the big top exhausted that she crept to the womans side a usual that night and gazed laughingl- Into the sightless eyes gurgling an prattling and stroking the unrespon aloe face There were tears fro those who watched but no word wa spokenClown Toby and the big boss can vasman Jim had always taken turns amusing and guarding little Polly while her mother rode in the ring So Toby now carried the babe to another side of the lot and Jim bore the life less body of the mother to the distant ticket wagon now closed for the night and laid it upon the sellers cot Its allus like this In the end he murmured as he drew a piece of can vas over the white face and turned away to give orders to the men who were beginning to load the props used earlier In the performance When the show moved on that night it was Jims strong arms that lifted the mite of a Polly close to his stal wart heart and climbed with her to the high seat on the head wagon Un cle Toby was Intrusted with the brown satchel In which the mother had always carried Pollys scanty wardrobe It seemed to these two men that the eyes of the woman were fixed steadily upon thorn Barker tho manager a large noisy good natured fellow at first mumbled something about the kid being excess baggage but his objections were only half hearted for like the others be Was already under the hypnotic spell of the babys round confiding eyes and he eventually contented himself with an occasional reprimand to Toby who was now sometimes late on his cues Polly wondered at these times why tho old mans stories were so sud denly cut short just as she was DO comfy In the soft grass at his feet The boys who used to look sharp because of their boss at loading time now learned that they might loiter so long at Muvver Jim was hlkin It round for the kid It was Polly who had dubbed big Jim Muvver and the jobrlquet had stuck to him la spite k hti hc feet too tad ahouldes that Iof athlete might have envied XJttlc little Toby grew more stooped and small lines of anxiety crept Into the brownish circles beneath Jims eyes the lips that had once shut so firmly became tender and tremulous but nei ther of the men would willingly have gone back to the old emptiness- It was a red letter day In the clr CUB when Polly first managed to climb up on the pole of an unhitched wagon and from there to the back of a friend I = POLLY ON I ly Shetland pony Jim and Toby been neglectln her they I thae blood of Pollys ancestors was glen full encouragement ado parade She made her first appearance In the streets upon something very like a Newfoundland dog guarded from the rear by Jim and from th fore by a white faced clown who was becausetho twisted his neck so much Pollyss first appearance In the big top ha seemed a short while to Jim and Toby They were proud to see her circling hearssenseythemdI always said shed do It cried himselmtriumphsAnd what a triumph it was Polly danced us on Bingos back as she might have done on the concert boards She swayed grace fully with the music Her tiny san dais twinkled as she stood first upon one foot and then upon the other Uncle Toby forgot to use many of his tricks that night and Jim left the loading of tne wagons to take care of Itself while he hovered near the entrance anxious and breathless The performers crowded around the girl with outstretched hands and congrat ulatlons as she came out of the ring to cheers and applause But Big Jim stood apart He was thinking of the buttons that his clum sy fingers ued to force Into the stiff starchy holes too small for them and of the pigtails so stubborn at the ends and Toby was remembering the little shoes that had once needed to be laced In the cold dark mornings and the strings that were always snapping Something had gone They were not philosophers to rea son like Emerson that for everything we lose we gain something They werr simple souls these two they could only feel CHAPTER II Polly sat in the dressing IWrILE listening Indifferently to chatter about the leap of girl Jim waited In the lot outside opening and shutting a small leather bug which he had bought for her that day lie was as blind to the picturesque outdoor life as she to ber indoor surroundings for he too had been with the circus since his surliest recollection The grass Inclosure where be waited was shut In by a circle of tents andI arasona The great red property vans were waiting to be loaded with the costumes and tackle which were con stantly being brought from the big top where the evening performance was now going on The gay striped curtains at the rear of the tent were looped back to give air to the panting musicians who sat just inside Through the opening a glimpse of the audience might be bad tier upon tier fanning and shifting uneasily Near the malu tent stood the long low dressing top with the women performers stowed away In one end tho ring horses In the center and the men performers In the other end A temporary curtain was hung be tween the main and the dressing ten to shut out the curious mob that tried to peep In at the back lot for a glimpse of things not to bo seen In the ring Colored streamers fastened to the roofs of the tents waved and floated In the night sir and beckoned to the townspeople on the other side to make haste to get their places forgot their cares and be children again Over the tops of the tents the lurid light of the distant red fire shot Into the sky accompanied by the cries of DANCED SERENELY BINGOS BACK eddlcatlon serenely popcornIexhortations of the sideshow spieler whose flying banners bore the painted reproductions of his freaks Here and there stood unhitched chariots half paperypropertiesTorches flamed at the tent entrances gaveewagons There was a constant stream of life shooting In and out from the dressing tent to the big top as gayly decked ordwentDrowsy dogs were stretched under the wagons waiting their turn to be dressed as lions or bears The wise old goose with his modest gray mate peeked at the green grass or turned watchingfrolled up the painted carcass and long neck of the imitation giraffe from which two prop erty men had just slipped their legs still Incased In stripes Ambitious canvasmen and grooms thehope1 performersa minutes sleep in the soft warm grass toloadperformers were swinging on the tent ropes Chattering monkeys sat astride the Shetland ponies awaiting their en trance to the ring The shrieks of the hyenas In the distant animal tent the trumpetIng Andbackmute protest rose a solemn church spire white and majestic against a vast panorama of blue moonlit hills pictureJimschurch as he sat fumbling with the lock of the little brown satchel He had gone from store to store In the various towns where they had played looking for something to In spire wonder In the heart of a miss newly arrived at her sixteenth year Only the desperation of a last moment had forced him to decide upon the Imi tation alligator bag which he now held ID his hand It looked small and mean to him as the moment of presentation approached and he was glad that the saleswo man In the little Country store bad suggested the addition of ribbons andIlaces which bo now drew from the pocket of his corduroys He placed his red and blue treasures very Clare fully In the bottom of the satchel and remembered with regret the strand of coral beads which bo had so n arlyI bought to go with them TO 08 COtmUBZDJ i My Young Sisterwr- ites Mrs Mary Hudson of Eastman Miss tools my advice which was to take CarduL She WaS staying with me and was in terrible misery but Car dui helped her at once TAKE I II J 110 It Will Help You Last spring Mrs Hudson continues I waS begantoam yearsEvery to cure irregularity falling feelings headache backache and similar female troubles Cardui is safe reliable scientific Try Cardui AT ALL DRUG STORES COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES OF HAZELGREENACADEMY n Saturday May 22 Wednesday May 26 PRIMARY and INTERMEDIATE Graduating Exercises Saturday Night May 22 DACCA LAUREATE ADDRESS Sunday Morning May 23 at Christian Church by Bro Wesley Hatcher of West Liberty Ky YOUNG MENS DECLAMATORY CONTEST Monday Night May 24 YOUNG LADIES DECLAMATORY and YOUNG MENS ORATORICAL Cc NTEBTS Tuesday Night May 20 GRADUATING EXERCISES Wednesday Morning May 20 at 930 oclock Rev T S Tinsley of Shelbyville Ky will deliver the Graduating Address The grand oratorio THE HOLY CITY will be rendered Wednesday Night May 20 by fifty trained voices Everybody cordially invited to be with us throughout the whole of the Com mencement WeekM O CARTER Principal 9NN IMPOSING DISP11- IYwOF EXQUISITEPI1ILLIERY 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 ap proval and patronage of the lovers of correct headgear MISSES MAPEL TROY THE MILLINERS One Door WeSt of PO Hazel Green Ky Kash JohnsonKashDEALERS IN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE fee HAZEL GREEN KYwInvite the attention of the people of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores Staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits andiVegetablos in season Farmers Hardware c and especially theira1 HAMILTONBROWN SHOES a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for profitAllof our former immense stock including in the lot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be aold At Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kash Johnson a Kash I I L L I