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TI W rt 7j roJ 11 fifff +fi 7 frIJI1qOt7h iqrWAL 4 f t T iiW THE HAZEL GREEN ERADD4 O Eotabllshyd Maro i 4 1885 Made Fiim9nlnthe Story of JonathanandHJsContlnontby Mar ORoll 0 I r PKNOER Owner DOdO EdItTheOldest Most Popular Most Widely 0jrcufated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains IISrOOaf rear instance = = = I TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOL E COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 27 1909 NUMBER 48 S oM Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In EUect June 21 1008 WEST BOUND ol oa No b STATIONS DaifyYexDallyand Suuduy Sunday tlundayouly AMLve PMLve AMLve Jackson 6 10 am 2 20 plL 70011- 01OKJunct 616 pm 226 pm 7U6 am Beattyve Jo 7 07 am aO pm 7l am Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 816 am Nat 7 46 am 3 66 pm 8W am BrideCampton n 7 48 am a 67 pm 828 am Stanton 8 15 am 4 26 pm 8b4 am i Clay City 8 25 am 4 S5 pm 902 a- mLEJuuon 900am 607pmlUOaam Wlnchelter 912 am 5 20 pm 1012 am Lextou ar 9 65 am 0 U5 pOI I025 am i EAST BOUND No2 Es = STATIONS = Daily No4 andDaily ex I ggnday pmSunday PM LveAMLye225 pm 0 Lexington 0 7 3b am I S8 pm 20 Wiuoheeter 20 8 13 am 248pm LEJunctlou 826 pm 360pm 40 Clay City 40 9 02 am 36g pm 44 Stanton 44 9 10 am 4 SO pin Campton Juntn 9 38 pm 4 36 pm 67 Nat Bridge 67 l 9 43 am 4 47 pm 62 Torrent 62 9 b6 am S 10 pm 70 BeattyveJC am 6 05 pm 90 OKJunon 7UI1017 am 610 pm 94 Jackson am CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains NOl 1 and will make connection with the C 4 OKy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos l 2 r 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ky tor Pine Ridge and Campton BEATTYVLLB JCHCTION Trains No 2 will make connection at Beattyvllle Junc with the L and A Railway for passengers to and from flea ttyvllle 0 4 K JUNCTION Tralm Not 3 and 4 connect with the O A K Hallway for local stations on the O 4 K Railway W A MCDOWELL General Manager OBAIUWOTT Uen Pall Agent I aiw o a ag c time Table May 21 I9O5 v WEST BOUND No 39 f ttNo 21 Dally ex n STATIONS n Dally exr Sunday vaSun y- PM Ann 0 27 PM ABU M 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 t 4 55 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 t 46 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhur t 6 11 44 3 10 27 OKJunction 0 11 16 r 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 I II No22 Dally ex STATIONS Dally ex Sunday 1 r Sunday AULVB PMLVK 7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 123 I 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1 44 8 37 10 Wilhurit 20 1 51 025 1 OAK Junction 22 225 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 t Js 4 Not 21 and 22 will make close connectioi at 0 4 K Junction with NOl 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M LCONLEY r Superintendent f fIelgtalq GI1tI8 Inailroaa t No1 No 2 I DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mCampton1130 a m 200 pmOampton 6 00 p m No2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 780 amCampn JunclO 05 am 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas engor trains I f NeFa BOLINC A UNDERTAKERCAMPTON eudIa line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes 1 awayaPthe style tk JtSpecal caskets supplied on 24 0 hours notice finest made If ordered Teamaand hacks furnished funerals Also can fill orders for tombstones dec if t 1 SEWELL C KOBE blfIC r STILLWATER KY t OBersblaprofeulonaleervlceajgeitizeroof Wolfe county and kits the ptrocace of ma1 e INLpuII toexeoiU1 aAJ6a tld realIty CJII BUlJater 1 LJI 0t 10 r COUNT NEWS 1 Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of ourreadejS especi ally distant friends TRENT Mrs Geneva Brown was in Ha zel Green shopping Saturday Misses Nancy and Dorcas Bar ker were calling on Mills Eva OHait SundayJ Edwards bought a hog of Brack Maloney the other day for 250 Quite a crowd passed through here Saturday en routeo Hazel GreenJ Barker had thpm fortune of losing a fine njilk cojonoday last week Mrs Owens Coldiran visiteiJ rrell atives at Camptou from Friday until Sunday Abner Trent and son Enard made a business trip to Hazel Green Saturday Miss Dorcas parker has been confined to her room for lie past week with rosaola Edgar Edwards made a trip to Stillwater Saturday and bought a nice suit of clothes Mrs Levi Robinson was called to the bedside of her mother Mrs Belle Hall Saturday Mrs Ora Eieratt and little sit ter Ola visited Mrs J D Ed wards one day recently Mrs Belle Hall is very low with hemorrhage of the lungs Dr A C Nickell is attending Rola Clark of Red river was calling to see J D Edwards on im portant business Friday Several went to Campion to hear the trial between James Brewer and James Stamper Friday- D B Tyra ot Stillwa er pur chased eight head of sheep from J D Edwards one day recently Curt Byrd and wife of Lacy creek passed through here en route to visit James Cox an4 wife SundayMrs Miles Trent of LaQY creek was shopping at Trent last week and purchased her stepdaughter Miss Myrtle a nice hat James Brown of this place attended the entertainment at Haas zel Green Academy Saturday night and reported a nice time ofCamptonroute to the llatters parents 0 W Cecil and wife Saturday Mrs Valentine Brewer accompanied by her aister in law Miss Niunie was visiting George Sam pie and family Saturday night MisH Julia Ed and Fred Stain per of Stamper Branch pass d routeoIVelsSam Taylor and wife of Big Branch and two daughters were visiting Mrs Taylors parents B R Maloney and wife from Friday until Sunday Several from this place attended church at tha Wells Chapel on Gillmore Sunday Among them we noticed Misses Stella Edwards and Lillie Brewer David Coldirop John OHair Enard Trent Edgar Edwards and Leslie Brewer May 24 MOONSHINE Smashes alt Records As an allround laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can compare with Dr Kiiigi New Life Pills They tone tqd reflate1 stomach liver and k neyppu ify VW 1dStlengUaulhEtn e cure constip tioqdyspepeigrii tousrjeap jjggdioebeasdihegl l s and malarIa 4ylaepi52u tall dealers t H CONgflLATION Green Noble of Murphy fork was in our neighborhood Sunday bujbark ters Saturday Troy Arnett pf Pekin passed through hero Saturday en route to Hazel Green Clay Wade Wotawk of West f j k i4 w L TO CORREgPOKDEllTSMaU your items early fft fbej tIll rach our office mornlagMondepifpdsefble not be published uuleM bfttaninal 1m pprtapce Advertise no ones buklfaess nd yrlte on pneglde of the paper only Liberty passed through hore Saturday en route to Hazel Green Floyd Rose and wife of Ezel and Dave Miller and wife of Campton were visjting0 W Ce cil and family pyer Sunday Man ford Tojiver of Nanny vis ited his siajter Mrs Arlie Cecil Saturday a Sunday and took in tbe entertainment at H G A Saturdavv night Clay1Samnel anL Fl aye Cecil HordjatxpatrjckAttendedth ai H G A Saturday night They say it wasthebest primary enter at noLL tyQ1 9y witnessed We are greatly interested in the opeqing chapters of THE HER ALDS new serial Polly of the Circus If you want to double on an investment subscribe for TH HERALD whje this great story is runningMay TATTLER Wont Slight a Good Friend If ever I need a cough medicine declaresMrsafter using ten bottlesofDr Kings New Discovery and seeing its ex cellent results in my own family and otbereI am convinced it is the best medicine made Tor cough- sbqds spa lggg trouble Every Relief 1l rieittP t ls jlJlltt1ft Vayy as felt at once andita quick cure surprises you For bronchitis asthma hemorrhage oroup la grippe sore throat pain in chest orlungat8 supreme 50o and 100 Trial Bottle free Guaranteed by all dealers MURP8Y rOilNo news It floating in the air The fcreejcls ptlll today upsAAMrs Iiizzie Cecil ia qn the sick list at thislting Dilla d and DBjisy Murphy of Greasy attended Sunday qoliool atPubIio Square Silas Helton a practical sheep trader came in Sunday to Ben Murphys with Jm sheep l pleasantgndaylaw Luthqt Brown at Praters forkD W Vest of Bonny visited his twdlrda htere Mrs Lizzie htgrpbyyu arali EHpSwango recently May 24 POE- TKiVstoStopthaPled The worst foe for 12 yqars of John Deye ofGladwin wcn was a running ulcer He paid doctors aver 400 withqijt lqenbfit Then Bucklaus Arnica Salve killed the ulcer dud cured him Cures fever sores boils felons pczema salt rheum Infallible for piles burns scalds cuts corns 25p at all deal ore SLIJfrIELD Mrs W A Oldfield visited Geo Oldfield and family Saturday and Sunday Mesdames Frances James and Ed McNabb were guests of Mrs JE B MpNabb Monday Misses Mattie and Lona MoNabb and Stela Catrpn were guests of Nannie Stamper Saturday night Mrs Rebecca Cox who had been a sufferer for almost a year with consumption died last Monday She was about sixtyfive years of ageA number of young folks spent Saturday night and Sunday at J J Catronq Among them were Misses Nettle Cox Mal 1e Byrd Emma Landrum Nancy and Liz zie Swaugo Mplya Phs1pqMaud McNabb Afipji Belle Landrum and NanmV8tawper kippers Roy and Byrd MoNabb Cletis Swango Georgie Cox and Courtney Stam per Alll Deemed to enjoy themselves Mug 24 BYLVA I 1 Lu I BONNY Mrs Charles Carter is on the sick list Mrs Tom Byrd is very low with fever at this writing George Blankenahip and wife visited home folks over Sunday Miss Hattie McGuire is visiting her grandmother Mrs T H Vest NannyisLovelace Mrs Frank Cecil of Grassy spent Sunday with J L Henry and family Ebb Henry and wife spent Sun day with the latters parents Arch Childers and wife at Ezel Miss Effie Castle of Malone has returned home after a months visiting with her sister Mrs Clay Lykins Buford Murphy of Murphy fork was a guest of his uncle Andrew spentFridayMies Ada Henry will leave for Louisville on the 29th to spend a monthor more with her brother Garland Henry May 24 BEATRIX Deafness Can Not Be Cured by local applications lilt they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only 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 have a 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 oases out often are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but inflamed condition of the mu cuos surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any vase of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co TOLEDO O Sold by Druggists 7oc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation LACY CREEK Miss Fern Nickell is visiting with Frank Sample and wife Miss Rosa Trimble spout Sunday with Jack Sally and wife at Toli ver Harlan Trimble bought of A L Childers a milk cow for which he paid 30- Miss Rosa Perkins attended the Camptonlast passedthrough StillwaterCurtis Byrd and wife visited with James Cox and wife Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Emma South and little son Weldon are visiting her mother Mrs Mattie Perkins I1Irs Jane Nickell of Grassy spent Thursday night with her mother Aunt Juda Wills Mrs Southey Lacy left again last Thursday tor Stanton to bat the bedside of her father who is in a critical condition Dr G M Center of Hazel Green will preach at the Johnson school house next Sunday at tan oclock a m and Miss Sewell will give a temperance lecture in the afternoon May 24 BERTIE Lived 152 Years W m ParrEt1J ands oldest man married 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 youngI 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 weak sickly rundown or old people Try them 50o at all dealers CAMPTON Miss Nora Stamper was visiting on Stillwater recently Kelly Kash and Judge Adams went to Jackson last Friday RobertJ MoLin of Hazel Green was in town the other day on bus iness Oliver Kash hat been over on the farm for the past week having work done Mrs A C Kash who has been isimproving visiting Henry at Caney The Wolfe county examination Saturday cantsCircuit weekIfwill do in the future as they did betheMay 24 RAMBLER INSKO Free Harrison and Andy Crase went fishing a few days ago businesstriptoRiihor washerol passedthrouihCity tookdihnorSunday Rev W M Linden attended church at Caney Saturday and SundayDr Lykins of Cow creek was a guest of W H Elam Saturday night Willie Bailey and wife were at Cannel City a few days ago on a shopping tour Lfvi Lykins and wife and Mrs Fannie Lykins were here a few days ago visiting freinds Haley Ferguson is very sick at present Dr Whitaker of Cannol City is the attending physician- L C Elam who has been visit ing friends in Florida for the past mouth returned home last Satur dayJames H Grose who has been in West Virginia for the past two months returned home a few days agoMay 24 NAT STAMPER BRANCH Lillie Stamper visited friends on Stillwater Sunday Nannie Stamper was a guest of Fannie Brooke Saturday James Stamper made a business trip to Campton Thursday- A little child of Drew Stamper and wife is on the sick list Joe Beasley passed through this section en route to Red river waaeguestofJamesStamper Mrs Lou Stamper who is down with fever is slowly improving Mrs Tennie Tuttpf Bethel was a guest of Lou Stamper Saturday Mrs Belle Ratliffe visited her sister Mrs Taylor Stamper Mon dayFred and Miss Julie Stamper at tended church at Itoysboro last SundayCud Clark and wife visited the latters father Elijah Rose Saturday night Drew Stamper and Jahile Phil lips went to Mt Sterling Monday on business daughter Stamper Sunday Abner Trent and son Euard were in this section buying poul try and eggs Saturday Curt Byrd and wife of Lacy creek were guests of Jim Cox and family Saturday night A little girl of John Laweon de ceased is making her home with Drew Stamper and wife Andy Ratliffe of Rocky branch was visiting his daughter Mrs Taylor Stamper Monday Edith the little daughter of Tom Stamper and wife visited Beuluh Brooks Suncjay night Henry Brooks of Red river was a guest of his brother George Brooks Saturday and Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Hollou was a guest of her daughter Mrs NanI diei Stamper one day recently May 24 SPRINGTIME For SaleA Victor graphophone IileisIi a J THEY QUIT Once there was a merchant Who had a lot of trade The crowds did come frolq Dear and far And laesomeuraney nwde He was a generous sort of man Like some ire Bee todiiy His books were Id with honest names And some that wouldntpayI Aq time went on he knew them all And studied out a game So that his books would show up right And honest men retain He loaned to each of the neyerpayi Some fifty centsor more By heck the programJheq aa changed Within his well stopped store Tne ne erpays gave him Irlie shake And felt all sprM of shame They wandered oft to another store And neer canto liarkuyaiu e ItPJWll8n LAHDSAW Jack Hollon sold to E T Kash a twoyearold mule for 100 Robert Tackett who huts Leon in itWisconsin for some time roturned home Sunday Married on the 28rdFloyd Hal J ton to Lulo Banks Rev Duvid rJohucreek neighborhood was in this section Friday ajid Saturday Camptonhas Z M Cockerham for the paetyeekr contractedtpTameeR hogs to be delivered about the 15th of June E T Kash and wife and Rollin Combs attended cowtuer cement exercises at Hazel Green Monday and Monday night- S H Kash merchant and post master of Hazel Green was over to his farm Friday and took back a very fine tow with him atHazelpBarkerDWells H L Whisman sold toS M a Tutt 106 iSnafiers of corn at 751 jper buihol also to Noah Hollon of Holly creek one stack of hllYII for 10 frtwothis section attended the county teachers examination Friday and SaturdayLogan ughhreFriday J Campton where he had been for the past week in theirtereatofi the I J C Miller estate May 24 ANONf ForCASTORA The KaliYor Wars AlwijJs I W Boars the- Signature of Kentucky Ecfopato yo Meet All teachers and friends of edu cation in Kentucky are cordially invited to attend the thirtyeighth annual meeting pf the Kentucky Educational Association whioh will be held at Estill Springs Irvine June 22 23 and 24 An excellent program has been prepared and in this program the rural teacher the grade teacher the High school teacher and principal the superin tendent the normal teacher the iiufactall rinl of vital interest and importance Aside from the progYatn thetprivilege of seeing old friends making new onep and in fact privilege of such a meeting ndIthe enthusiasmi and sends Iteacher back to work with many new idea and a goodr lilttioniDIngIf you want a fine razor as goodYas you can buy for 2call this at office and got one for 1 We also 1 have a few watches good timekeepers that can be had for 1 each Dont wait until supply is goneSome men who are supplied to work have mighty little to do 1 5v I m r U M 1 l t 1 Iij 0 f ifj f w tl JIf a f THEH HERALDI Batorpdattthe Uniel Orern Post totaoaMueooadoiaumattart t SPEMCEH COOPER Editor HAZEL GREEN KY g THURSDAY May 27 1909 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY 0l WOLFS CIRCUIT COURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASII Commonwealth Attorney f I R HOLLON Clerk Meets third Monday in January first I Monday In May third Monday In September WOLFS COUNTY COURT I Judgeft Atturney f ROBERT L CARROLL clerk Meeta first Monday in each month COURTlyf Toes t r day In October MAGISTRATES COURTSj 4 y District No 1C M Fallen third Friday in March June Septemoer and Decem f ber District N03 Robert Brooks fourth Fri day in February May August and No vember t ayInDistrict No iP It Legg first Friday 1 March May August and November District No bT C Ilollou second Fri day in March June September and De cember District No 6Uoy Hurst third Friday 1 I in I February May August aud November fJ District No 71t T7 Helton fourth Fri It i DeiDistrict No 8J M Lovelace first Fri day in February May August and No vember ofDEMOCRAFJlC TICKET 1 WOLFE COUNTY For County JudgeW B DUFF For County Court Clerk it L CARROLL For Circuit Court ClerkJ C LINDON For Sheriff GEORGE tVSALLhY For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE E CENTERE TAULBEE For Surveyor E oJ CREECH For CoronerJ RANK SAMPLE r 0 MORCAN COUNTY r For Circuit Judge 32nd DlstrlctIj rJlriJB HANNAH1 fForCommonwealth Attorney 32nd r WAUGHrNY County Attorney For County ClerkJIlFor SuperiintendentTNI3ARKE For Circuit ClerkIt M OAKLE For SberUfH B BROWNr For JailerII C COMBS 1 For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN For CoronerzACH HANEY For SurveyorlI P TURNER Good Roads in Kentucky jTheBosworthWyatt Good Road Amendment to the Constitution of Kentucky which passed the last Kentucky Legislature by an almost unanimous vote and which is to be voted on at the next November Election of 1900 by the voters of Kentucky is as follows to wit The credit of the Common wealth may be given pledged or r i loaned to any county of the Com monwealth for public road pur poses and any county may be permitted to incur an indebtedness iin any amount fixed by the county J not in excess of five per centum of the value of the taxable property therein for public road purposes in said county provided said ad ditional indebtedness is submitted to the voters of the county for their S 1 t IspeoialI 1tothe tax rate allowed under See tion 157 of the Constitution of Kentucky an amount not exceed ing twenty cents on the hundred dollars of the assessed valuation of said county for the purpose of indebtf G inG debtednessSection 177 of the Constitution of Kentucky forever prohibits the State from lending its aid to or- 4n any way helping the counties in road building or taking any part whatever in behalf of the cause of good roads Section 158 of our state Consti tution limits the power of any county to become indebted more than two per cent of the assessed valuation thus making it impos sible for the greater number of our counties to raise sufficient funds to do any road building at all Section 157 of our State Consti tution provides that a county can not levy exceeding fifty cents on each One Hundred Dollars of tax able property therein for any pur itimto provide means ore ate sinking fund and pay interest on the debt created to build roads i A As a conaoqaence of these limi I tations and restrictions the pow ANAteliM era of the counties and also of the Commonwealth Kentucky good road building in Kentucky has been a thing of the past since the adoption of our present Constitu tionThis Constitutional Amendment will remove these restrictionsi which are a barrier to the passage ot such a system of Road Laws by our Legislature as will enable our counties and our state aud per haps our Federal Government to join hands in this important work of building and maintaining a aye tem of improved highways in all parts of Kentucky the accomplish ment of which would do so much for the advancement progress and development of Kentucky and would mean more than all else for the comfort convenience and im proved condition of all our people If this Constitutional Amendment receives a majority of the votes at that election it will then be pos sible for Kentucky to pass such a system of Good Road Laws as are in effect in the States of New York New Jersey Connecticut Michigan Massachusetts Californiai and Pennsylvania and in fact every other state where progress and ad vancement is being made in build ing and maintaining good roads while our own Kentucky is at a standstillIf are in favor of good roads vote and work for the Bosworth Wyatt Good Road Constitutional helpingnery county in our State to have the very best improved highways Alfalfa vs Wheat A remarkable story comet from Omaha that threatens to make the wheat market stand on its hind legs with excitement it it is ever cpnfirmedIt that at Creighton Uni versity experiments have recently been made with alfalfa as a sub stitute tor the king of grains in the making of bread The exper iments are reported as proving eminently successful and the qual ity of bread resulting most palata ble and nutritious The alfalfa is specially selected for its quality and after the leaves and portions of the stems have been ground in a mill it is bolted From this process comes a meal almost as fine as flour and of a rich brown color By means of a blanching process it is finally inymost attractive and appetizing ap pearance Varieties of eatables including gems paucakes and other familiar compositions of white flour have been made from the new meal with gratifying results to the student discoversWhen it is remembered that two three end even four crops of alfal fa may be grown in a single year the possibilities of this new food product will be realized Gentle men like Mr Patten who attempt to corner the wheat market will now find themselves faced with a rival and substitute that may ren der all their efforts abortive Hitherto alfalfa has been looked upon simply as a most valuable crop for cattle food If the Creigh ton University Alfalfa Club makes good 6n its alleged discovery it will have marked a new epoch and added to the worlds food supply a practically inexhaustible source upon which to draw Louisville Herald The Tennessee Mountain School We clip the following from The Tennessee Christian Word has come to the Tennessee C W B M that our National Ex Committee at Indianapolis have accepted the proposition made by the citizens of Livingston Tenn and that the Centennial Mountain School will be located at Living ston the county feat of Overton countyThis town is situated in the northeastern part of the state near the Kentucky line and is in the Cumberland plateau section pf the great Appalachian Range Over ton and the five surrounding coun ties have the greatest percentage of illiteracy ol any hart of Ten uessee j there are about twelve thousand children in them and they have no church schools no high schools no normal schools The public schools are in session but a few months in the year The citizens of Livingston sent Mr Roberts a leading lawyer to Indianapolis aud he presented the educational needs of this section most persuasively to the Executive Committee and made very gener ous offers of land and buildings for the school on behalf pf the town The committee was so fa vorably impressed by his statements that Professor H J Der thick and the Centennial Secretary wore sent the following week to investigate conditions at Living ston and come other points which bad made propositions for the iJlL+ school Mrs Peyton Robertson state president of Tennessee joined them and after a careful consider ation of all things involved they recommended unamimouslv that the school be located at Living ston Our National Board realizing the need of a strong and compe tent man at head of this new en terprise has chosen Brother H J Derthick as the principal a man I rich in experience of the mountain I I section earnest and consecrated in his labors for the uplift of these boys and girls We rejoice in his coming to Tennessee and covet the prayers and interest of our brotherhood in the State in his be half Pleads His Own Case In St Louis Mo recently Louis 0 Graves a negro who says he is a graduate of Yale furnished unu sual entertainment in the Court o Criminal Correction this afternoon by the manner in whish he conducted his own defense He was charged with having forged the name of Oreon E Scott for 25 which he tried to have cashed at a downtown shoe store permissionIGraves who recently was discharged from the City Hospitalwhere he was taken after he had tried to kill himself with match heads Mr Graves said he address ing himself take the stand Then in a dignified manner he stepped to the stand and slowl seating himself said to the sten ographerTake pleaseYoursaid he again addressing himself Louis Graves he replied and policehaveYou are the defendant Yes sir- Were you ever convicted of any srlme Yes sir- State where and what terms you servedIllinois and Missouri I served penitentiary City Were you ever in an insane asylumFive times 4Did you ever try to commit suicideFive times When and where Address your remarks to His Honor- I jumped from the third tier of cells in the City Jail and cracked my skullI poison in Central Police StationI to hang myself in the penitentiaryTwice tried to end my life when I felt a desire to commit crime coming over me To what source do you attribute your mental condition Supereducation Im a negro and I have no business with a col legeeducationNow Graves you are charged with having forged a check on February 6 What haye you to say about that Mr Attorney I have no recol lection of that transaction Judge Taylor ordered Graves bound over to the grand jury in bonds of 800 The Court said he would pre serve the record in the case which he declared was the most unusual he had ever heard Graves was taken back to jail Fairs in Kentucky So far as we can learn the fairs ached uled for Kentucky during the present year are as follows- Georgetown July 27 to 31 Winchester August 3 to G Mndlsonville August 3 to 7 Danville August J to 7IBLUE GRASS FAIR Lexington August 9 to 14 Taylorsville August 10 to 13 Uniontown Angust 10 to 14II Harrodsburg August 12 to 14II Brodhead August 17 to 20 Leitchfield August 17 to 20 Barbouravllle August 18 to 20 Bhepberdaville Angust 18 to 20 Ewing August 19 to 21 Shelbyville August 24 to 28 Florence August 25 to 28 London August 26 to 28 Springfield August 25 to 28 Frankfort August 31 to September 2 Hardlnsburg Aug 31 to Sept 2 j Bardatown September 1 to 4 Tompkinsville September 1 to 4 j Fern Creek Be ptember 1 to C Scotttville September 2 to 4 HAZEL GREEN FAIR Sept 6 to 10 j Hodgenville September 7 to 9 Monticello September 7 to 10IParis September 7 to 11 Glasgow September 8 to 11 Scottsburg September 13 to 17 STATE FAIR Louisville Sept13 to 18 Scottaville September 16 to 18ll Falmouth September 29 to October 2 Bedford October tot t Ict An Essntlal Article An artist was talking about Wal ter Appleton Clark who died at the beginning of his artistic career And Clark he said had a strong goingthroughhim one day You know what a mil lionaires stables nowadays are like floors and walls of translucent white tiles drinking fountains of marble mahogany mangers silver trimmings and so forth and so on Well gentlemen said the mil lionaire proudly is anything lack ing 1 can think of nothing said Clark except a sofa for each horse Easily Solved A country schoolmaster thus de livered himself Ifa carpenter wants to cover a roof fifteen feet wide by thirty broad with boards five feet broad by boardsfwill he need A new boy took up his hat and made for the door Where are you going Y asked the masterTo a carpenter replied the boy He ought to know that bet ter than any of us fellersLond- on Mail e CASTORIAForI The Kind You Have Always Bough they 7Signature of If you want a fine razoras good- as you can buy for 2oall this at office and gdt one for 1 We also have a few watches good time keepers that can be had for 1 each Dont wait until supply iis gone For SaleA Victor graphophone with 36 records j will be sold for less than the cost of the records Apply at this office ale Opportunltg I offer for sale my residence consist- Ing of seven room cottage good lot and garden and outbuildige One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general reo pair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur nlsbed with a complete outfit of tooli and stock of materials and supplies also equipped with power and machinery separatelyForI ad dress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky TnO winonostOf Bask WINCHESTER KY N H WITNERSPooNPresW Paid Up Capital t 10000000 Undivided Profits i 17000000 Handsome Deposit o- frover i t i 980000000 This bank solicits the accounts oif merchants farmers traders and bus Incas men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers its custom ers every facility and the most liberal legitimatebanklnl GEORGE RICE UNDERTAKERHAZEL I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make any style to order and on the most reasonable terms I also have A Handsome Hearse and will attend all burials when so requested Public patronage is respectfully solicited 25tf GEO RICE FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREESEverything ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN tF HILLENMEYER do SONS LEXINGTON KY lli Write for Free Ctalogj l DAY HOUSE Hazel Croon Ky KM ZOC DAY Proprietor Best table fare in Eastern Kentucky A tree sample room connected Heated sad Ighted by ets throughout and special Mr comaedaton to traveling BIenI 1A ter wMt V ifrl1 MilliNERY I 1 female lected with utmost this was peII we ore to most fastidious We carry the ACH and the iment of style our stylishhelldwear v prepared to do so now lar gest line ever carried before HATS extremely modiste READYTOWEAR in latest shapesrt UNTRIMMED FRAME with a fine of trimmings A complete and CHIL HEADWEAR r ODOQingp Otes R riI010 r Inspection Solicited selection tofinish 1 We have nn exceptionally nice line of net waists and voile skirts Silks a spajj cialty A look will you Call and see MISS FALAY LONG Hazel Green Ky WE WANT l ill YOUR 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Miss May Nickell of Sellars ac companied by Miss Frances Nick ell paid our office a pleasant call Saturday Clay Wade Womaok and Rev Wesley Hatcher and wife of West Liberty are here taking in th 4 commencement exercises Children cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Jack Smith of Paris is sojourn C ing at Rittenhouse Ranch drinking Swango water and helping Uncle Jack Rittenhouse keep things straight Campbell made a flying MitchLexington Monday to get some flowers for the contest at the academy Tuesday night returning Tuesday J W Hurt of Leo City was here Tuesday attendingcommence ment exercises and while here had his name enrolled on THE HERALD r subscription list i Willie Wheeler managing editor of the Lexington Herald came l lrapMonday to attend commence ment and visit his father Judge familytFor SaleTwo of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumber and lot clip be bought One acre t in each lot j five rooms in each house Apply at this office t WANTEDA woman to cook wash and iron for three peoplea good homo and better wages than anybody in town pays to one who will do the work all right Apply at this office t J B Hollon and family of La oy creek will today remove to the Sam Kash property recently va cated by the latter and upon be half of our citizens we welcome 1 heir return to our town 1 Misses Molla and Effie Kilgore and Lillie Faulkner j Messrs Hu i bert Gambill Custer Jones Mr t Minor Ed Faulkner and Guy Les t lie all from Oannel City came ti J over Sunday to attend the bacca i laureate service i Victor Williams Shelby Caudill Henry Osborne Howard Osborne Hiram Armitage Charlie Lyons Squire Williams Claude Swim N B Lyons wife and son Corbitt all of Freochburg were registered lt the Day House v i i ii 1 tt tr ttr i tfi y l i t ri eti j1ij I COMMENCEMENT WEEK Another Successful Tear Ended at Hazel Green Academy Commencement week was ush ered in Saturday night with an entertainment by the primary and intermediate departments of Ha zel Green Academy introducing the Brownies in a fairy play and all who were present noticed the careful training of the teach ers who had prepared the little tots for the occasion as well as the native intellect of each little individual who had a part Sunday morning the baccalau reate sermon was delivered by Rev Wesley Hatcher of West Liberty and all who heard his discourse pronounced it as elo qUbnt in diction and masterful in its delivery Indeed many of the congregation present at the Chris tian church were more enthused during his lecture than they ever have been on a similar occasion and everywhere the day following you could hear encomiums of praise over his oratory Monday afternoon a game of ball was played between the Jackson nine and the Hazel Green team which resulted in a victory for the home team the score stand ling 16 to 6 Although the visitors did not play in good form as a veryegentlemanly drummer for Trimble Bros Mt Sterling umpired the game or the major part of it at least and rendered universal sat isfaction The young mens declamatory contest came off at Pearre Hall orf an audience of about 800 many of them from other counties were five contestants as follows Arthur Kash his subject bein Arbaces and Vesuvius j Anderson Lacy subject One Niche the High oat j Gabriel Bank Tho Chariot Race of Alexandria j Arthur Gra ham subject The Gladiator j El oeZoroaster Each of the contest ants exhibited fine declamatory ability but the judges C E Clark Clay Wade Womack and Mr Mu sic decided that Elmer Barker was the best declaimer and he was awarded the prize which was a fine medal Between the recita tions Misses King Daisy Day ar Virginia Day rendered fine piano and vocal music All present seem ad satisfied with the decision of the judges and the entertainment generallyThe game Tuesday evening between Frenchburg and the Ha zel Green team proved a Waterloo for the homo nine The ground was very wet and the base lines slippery in consequence of which only five inningsi were played The result was 8 for Frenchburg and 1 for Hazel Green and all who wit nessed the game concede that Fronchbnrg has a dandy good team being especially equipped with pitchers of which they have threeTuesday night the program was very interesting in that the young ladies declamatory and the young mens oratorical contests came off First the ladies as follows Mabel May Nydia Sarah Pratt A Black Rock Christmas jOra Camp bell Pro Patria Mollio John son Constantius and the Lion Between the declamatory and or atorical contests Miss Jo Hord Frank rendered Raindrops a piano solo J Goff Long led off with his oration Summer Dritt wood for Winter Fires Joseph Estop Service and Charlie Seales subject was The Greatness of Kentucky Opening the con tests Misses Frank Williams Hol lon and Day rendered Spring Song a piano quartette and mid way the declamatory Milo Carter played a cornet solo We should like to specially mention each young lady and young man but suffice to say all did splendidly and the decision of the judges was generally accepted as proper in both contests Ora Campbell and J Goff Long being the victors A report of the exercises which took place yesterday will be reported next week I r r f4til iltiJh t For nine years Senator W O Mize has annually given two gold watches as the reward of highest merit to the students of Hazel Green Academy The rivalry f these gifts has always been keen and productive of much ooda boy and a girl each receiving one During all these years not a eingl word of criticism has boon hear as to the merits of the winners or tho gifts being unworthily bestowed Conditions have arisen rendering it inexpedient for Mr Mize to longer continue these gifts an he having cheerfully done so for the time mentioned it is earnestly hoped some other good friend of the school will take up th custom and continue it in the future We are pleased to announce Carl Mizes prospective return home and we trust greatly improved iin healthleading to ultimate recovery The home coming brings with it gladness of heart to father mother and many friends No young man stands higher in an community nor can claim a greater number of friends as they are limited only by his acquaintanceship Truly all who know Carl Mize love him He may not remain long because of dampness of our climate but his sojourn in our midst even if only for a short time will be a treat to all those who have so anxiously awaited his coming and hoped for his restora tion to health J P Donovan and John Mason of near Grassy Lick county are here drinking Swau water and breathing pure moun tain air Mr Mason it will b re membered was formerly connect Advocateo Indeed he was one of the romainegwith it about a year since which he has been devoting his time to his first lovefarming and made a success 11fSpencer Cooper Hazel Green K Dear Sir The time of my dear companions subscription must bout e or almost at any rate I think we have had the worth of one dol lar and herewith send you anothe- dollar but will ask you to change the address to F M Vaughn Wishing all Kentuckians health peace and prosperity I still re main a true lover of the old state i F M VAUGHN Mrs A P Dye who left our town a few weeks ago with her husband to make their home iin Middletown Ohio is seriously ill with pneumonia so much so the her daughter Miss Arta who iis teaching in the Bowling Green Business University was calla home to attend her bedside How ever the physicians think she will1 be up in a few weeks In an interview with Sam Wilson painterpoet we learn that h is contemplating to quit painting and go into some other business He says positively this will be hi o last season for painting houses s if any of his farmer friends or others want any painting done Now is the accepted time Col Tom Johnson of Tallega was here this week mingling withI his schoolboy friends of Hazel1 Green forty years ago Mr John son has been a enthusiastic patron of Hazel Green Academy hayin neducated several of his here and he always attends cow mencements George Johnson received a telei grom from his brother Wm John son at O K Junction stating that the latters daughter Lizzie was at the point of death MrI Johnson left yesterday morning t condole with his brQther and do what he can Dr G M Center wife and baby will leave Monday next for Albuquerque New Mexico where they will stay about a mouth Dr Center has a brother living there Jaoki who has been there three or four years on account of the olimateI A fresh young man is apt toII spoil early in life I f fpJ M KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled orCaleb Powers and Charles Finley are both announced candidates for congress in the eleventh district of Kentucky to succeed Don 0 Edwards fouude indMason county last week It is thought he died of heart disease as no marks ofI violence were found on hU body On the eve of being taken to the peal tentiary to serve one year on the charged of malicious shooting James Bruce the prisoner was married to Edna Aldrldge in the parlor of Jailer Timmons at Cadiz Following a quarrel over some chicks ens James Daniels Jr stabbed his broth er in law Hezzie Bowler to death Dan leis fled and has not been captured Both were members of prominent Barren ooun ty familiesIC C Curtius of Louisville has brought suit against the Louisville Street railway company for 20000 damages for in juries sustained by being thrown out of one of the companys cars when an elec trical device exploded ofyMcKinneysburu district in ton county recently had a mare to give birth to twins one a mule and the other a horse colt Thl youngsters smothered to death a short time after being foaled The internal revenue department has abated the tax amounting to about 2600000 on whisky lost at the Green baum distillery fire which occurred at Midway loaf August Notice wan sent to Collector Sum J Roberts at Lexing tonAdmitting that he killed his wife but pleading insanity at the time Daniel Ray colored was found guilty of mur atrthegyard of their home in Russellyllle last August The county judge of Floyd county is sued rules against forty road oyerseers and stated that he would go around to be requestsdconditions as he dues not waut to impose fines on any of them Very imposing ceremonies will be ob served at the unveiling of the Lincoln monument at Hodgenvillo on the 31st Robert T Lincoln of Chicago the only theyguest of honor and Judge Ed C ORear and Henry Watterson will be the principal speakersOne week a son of Joe Taylor frogrhunting with hit rifle and killing a good many noticed that one was much larger than the rest On opening the hopper a full grown and undigested red bird was found inside all of the feathers in tactHancock Clarion Using sixinch badges it will require over half a mile of ribbon to supply all the teachers who will attend the meeting of the Kentucky Educational Associr tion which will be held at Estill Springs June 2224 No less than 1500 of the reallytworth The Kentucky Court of Appeals last releasingdbarns and tobacco burned by night riders The case was a suit by the Imperial To bacco Company against an insurance company for warehouses and tobacco burned in Caldwell county The de- e cision means that insurance companies will not be liable for property burned by night riders Kentuckyoabout 4200 dependent children Of thisI number 1200 have been placed in family homeundaboutl900havebeenreplacedwith ing not to disrupt family relations unless absolutely necessary The society reo ceives children only through the medium of court orders and places children only after a searching investigation of the apI plicants withnmans death to the appointment of an administrator Judge McGee of Louis ville dismissed Crittenden Scott a ne- gro I charged with grand larceny haying robbed the dead body of a colored wo man He removed a necklace from her neck took keys from under her pillow unlocked her trunk and had taken many articles from it The admlstrator brought suit for recovery and had Scott arrestedIIII 0C M Rawlings a farmer near Bethel IIdayII fliquartert and is probably a 12 12 cent piece Onrr one side is the bust of Charles III l the following Carolus III Dei Gratia 778 On the reverse side Is tbeS llsII ish coat of arms and the following pan Et Ind Rex Mi I It M I What IIIpoliticalIII coin first came from the mint andwhat an interesting tale it might relate could It but talkLRath Co World J oot i mil IALCOHOL 3 PER CENT AVgetablefttparaltonErAs slmllatingthetboda puh tNgWeStomachsendlkMVsoFI INFANTS CHILDREN S jnessj OpiumMorphine nor Mineral 1hj1tllolJ1 t JttJenm turd J ti Mtfftfo a 4uttnalr fvfoyrta ilsTCft Aperfect Remedy for Cdnsfls lion Sour StoroachDlarrtoa Worms lCommislonsF Wtish- pgssandLOSSOFSLEEPFetSmle i NEW YORK Suet of Wrapper CASTORIA For Infants anti Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Thirty Years 4 CASTORIA lif KASH SAMPLE Dealers in General Merchandise Announce to the citizens of Hazel Green and vicinity that they have just received magnificent line of LADIES S ES GENTS Fine Clothing Hats Caps Etcr1J and that their general line embraces fineJDress Goods Dry Goods Notion Jk 4 SELECT FAMILY GROCERIES ett I to which they invite inspe- ctionCECIL Ii i f BROS Dealers in General Merchandise 1x Country Produce etc Our stock of Spring and Summer Goods is complete All the latest styles in Dress Goods and Linens CALICOESat 5 Cents a Yard OUR FINE LINE OF SHOESand OXFORDSare uptodate and will astonish you If You Dont See What You Want Call For It b IS ITthe oldest and the largest banks that are the safest Observation and experience answers NO 1 Then deposit your money in a bank that is under control- A bank that loans its money in small sums well distributed and well secu- redI riA bank that is conservative and will protect its depositors Tdis opportunity is offered you by IThe HAZEL GREEN BANKS F PIERATT President R H PATTON Cashier 41 J = vv o rJ = =r= I= 11- fMORGAN j ij COUNTYIm NATIONAL BANKS CANNEL CITY KY l lOF I CAPITAL 25 00000r1I SURPLUS 60OOOO2OB56I II UNDIVIDED PROFITS rJ AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORY f s I YOUR ACCOUNT CORDIALLY SOLICITED 1 if M L COMLEY President JOE 0 STAMPER Vice Pres CUSTER JONES Cuhler f v =r i v I i il IIf J JJI W f l 0 I i- l t No Rest f IDay or Night I would lay awake for hours without any apparent cause or i dream terrible dreams which f would bring on extreme spells of pervousness After taking Dr Miles Nervine and Tonic f for awhile I could sleep well and the nervous spells have left me MISS ALMA HUG- hf R R No 4 Canal Dover Ohio iWUhout sleep the nervous I system soon becomes a wreck and the healthful activity of all the organs obstructed Restful bodybuilding sleep accompanies use of Dr Miles Nervine lthebecause it soothes the irritable ii nerves and restores nervous energy When taken a few days according to directions the most restless sufferer will find sleep natural and healthful Get a bottle from your druggist Take it all according to directions and r if it does not benefit he will re moneyI BESTA41 C Have any of our readers seen are cent copy of the Cincinnatii Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to r send for a copy If for no other pur i pose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things iJi that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place on earthThe editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improve ments and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life where content and comfort reigns supremeFather obtains ample information s that guides in the where when and how to regulate and increase the income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri volities of life and encouraged to emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatIIAs are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tem- pOral rewards gained by righteous living as preferable to a Godless life that brings nought but misery to the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani mous verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family Weekly known to them Sample copies may be had by writing to the ENQUIRBR COMPANY Cincinnati O REVOLVING STRON4hFSIN61 of KAL ILL KANSAS CTY NO Still Web Picket Pence Cheaper Than Wood rr The lowest priced good garfleDcatalog of lawn field hog and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO DeKiB HL LuCity Me e s e 1 r 44=g w s wrWii I ifi i 1a i1I1 i I wiY otiI In r JIUJI r POLLY of th- eCIRCUS By MARGARET MAYO CpjrUht 908 by Dodd Hd and Company He opened the large property trunk by his side and took from It a laundry box which held a little tnn coat that was to be Tobys contribution to the birthday surprise lIe was big hearted enough to be glad that Tobys gift seemed One and more useful than his It was only when the leap of death act preceding Pollys turn was an nounced that the big fellow gave up feasting his eyes on the satchel find coat and hid them away hi the big property trunk She would be out In A minute and these wonders were not to be revealed to her until the close of the nights perormance Jim put down the lid of the trunk and sat upon It feeling like a criminal because he was hiding something from Polly Ills consciousness of guilt was In creased aq he recalled how often she bad forbidden Toby and himself to rush Into reckless extravagances for her sake and how she had been more nearly angry than he hat ever seen her when they had put their months salaries together to buy her the span gled dress for her first appearance It had taken a great many apologies and promises as to their future behavior to calm her and now they had again disobeyed her It would be a great re lief when tonights ordeal was over Jim watched Polly uneasily as she came from the dressing tent and stop bed tocaze at the nearby church steeple The Incongruity of the slang that soon came from her delicately formed lips was lost upon him as she turned her eyes toward him Say Jim she said with a western drawl thems a funny lot of guys what goes to them church places aint theyMost everybody has got some kind of a bug Jim assented I guess they dont do much harm 4 Member the time you took me into one of them places to get me outa tho rain the Sunday our wagon broke down Well that bunch we butted Into wouldnt a give Sells Bros no cause for worry with that show a1 tbelrn would they Jim Y She looked nt him with withering disgust Say wasnt that the punkiest stunt that fellow in black was doln on the plat form You said Joe was only ten min utes gettln the tire on to our wheel but say you take It from me Jim if I had to wait another ten minutes as long as that one Id be too old to go on arldln Jim lowed some church shows might be better than that un but Polly said he could have her end of the bet and summed up by declaring It no wonder that the yaps In these towns Is daffy about circuses if they dont have nothln better an church shows to go to One of the grooms was entering the lot with Pollys horse She stooped to tighten one of her sandals and as she rose Jim saw her sway slightly ard put one baud to her head He looked at her sharply remembering her faint ness in the parade that morning You aint fcelln right he said un easilyYou just bet I am Polly answered With an Independent toss of her head This is the night were goln to make them Rubes In there sit up aint It Bingo she added placing one arm affectionately about the neck of the big white horse that stood waiting near the entrance You bin rtdln too reckless lately said Jim sternly as he followed her I dont like It There aint no need of your puttln In all them extra stunts Your act is good enough without em Nobody else ever done em an no body d miss em If you left em out Polly turned with a triumphant ring In her voice The music was swelling for her entrance You aint my mother Jim youre my grandmother she taunted and Afott everybody hat pot some kind of a bug Jim assented with a crack of her whip she was away on Bingos back Its tho spirit of the dead one thats got into her Jim mumbled as be turn ed away sCll seeing the mash la theJJ departing mfWa eya I ifJLL CHAPTER III OLLY and DIngo always made whenpI was so young so Bayly so light and joyous lu nil her poses She seemed scarcely to touch the back of the white horse as they dashed round the ring in the glare of the tent lights The other performers went through their work mechanically while Polly rodeAs for Polly her work had never lost Its first interest Jim may have been right when he said that tho spirit or the dead mother bad got Into her but It must have been an unsatisfied spirit unable to fulfill Its ambition in the body that once held it for it sometimes played strange pranks with Pol ly Tonight her eyes shone and her lips were parted In anticipation as she leaped lightly over the many colored streamers of the wheel of silken ribbons I held by Barker In the center of the ring and by Toby and the tum biers on the edge of the bank With each change of her act the au dience cheered and frantically applaud ed The band played faster Bingos pace Increased the end of her turn was coming The tumblers arranged themselves around the ring with pa per hoops Bingo was fairly racing She went through the first hoop with a crash of tearing paper Heigh Bingo she shouted as she bent her knees to make ready for the final leap- Bingos neck was stretched He had never gone so fast before Barker looked uneasy Toby forgot to go on with his accustomed tricks Jim watched anxiously from the entrance The paper of one hoop was still left unbroken The attendant turned his eyes to glance at the oncoming girl The hoop shifted slightly In his clum sy hand as Polly leaped straight up from Bingos back trusting to her first DINGO GALLOPED SHE TO THE calculation Her forehead struck the edge of hoop She clutched wildly at the air Bingo galloped on and she fell to ground striking her head against the Ironbound stake at edge of the ring Everything stopped There was a gasp of horror The musicians drop ped their Instruments Bingo halted and looked back uneasily She lay unconscious and seemingly lifeless A great cry went up in the tent Panic stricken men women and chll dren began to clamber down from their teats while others nearest the ground attempted to jump Into the ring Bar ker still grasping his long whip rushed to the girls side and shouted wildly to Say something you Get em back Old Toby turned his white face to the crowd His features worked con vulsively but he could not speak His grief was so grotesque that the few who saw him laughed hysterically He could not even go to Polly His feet seemed pinned to the earth Jim rushed Into the tent at the first cry of the audience He lifted the limp form tenderly and kneeling In ring held bruised head In his bandsCant you get a doctor he shouted desperately to Barker Heres the doctors some one called and a stranger came toward them He beet over the lifeless form bis fingers on the tiny wrist his ear to the heart Well sir Jim faltered for he had caught the puzzled look In doctors eyes as his deft hand pressed the cru elly wounded head I cant tell just yet said the doctor Sbe must be taken away Where can we take her asked Jim a look of terror in his great trou bled eyesIThe parsonage is the nearest house said the doctor I am sure pastor will be glad to have her there until we can find out how badly she is hurt In an Instant Barker was back in the center of ring He announced that Pollys Injuries were slight called the attention of the audience to the wonderful concert to take place and bade them make ready for the thrill chariot race JIm blind with despair lifted the light burden and staggered out of th teat who the band played furiously the people fell back Into their w iyWit ViffiV j seats Tho Roman chariots thundered and clattered around the outsideS the ring the audience cheered the win ner of the race and for the moment Polly was forgotten CHAPTER I- VIrlBE blare of the circus band had a sore temptation to Man Jones all afternoon and Again and again it had dragged her from her work to the study window from which she could see the wonders so tantalizingly near Mandy was housekeeper for the Rev John Douglas but the unwashed supper dishes did not trouble her as she watched the lumbering elephants the restless lions the long necked giraffes and the striped zebras that came and went in the nearby circus lot And yet In spite of her own curiosity she could not forgive her vagrant worse half Hasty who had been lured from duty early In the day She had once dubbed him Hasty In a spirit of dent sion and the name had clung to him The sarcasm seemed doubly approprl ate tonight for he had been away since 10 that morning and it was now past 0- The young pastor for a time had en joyed Mandys tirades against her bus band but when she began calling shrilly out of the window to chance acquaintances for news of him he slip ped quietly Into the next room to fin ish tomorrows sermon Mandy renew ed her operations at the window with Increased vigor when the pastor had gone She was barely saved from pitching headforemost Into the lot by the timely arrival of Deacon Strongs daughter who managed with difficulty to connect the excited womans feel with the floor Fob de Lor sakes Mandy gasped as she stood panting for breath and blinking at the pretty young apple ON AND FELL OROUUV 11 the the the Toby the her seemingly the the the trig faced Julia I was suah most gone dat time Then followed another out burst against the delinquent Hasty But the deacons daughter did not hear Her eyes were already wander- Ing anxiously to the lights and the tin sel of the little world beyond the win dowThis was not the first time today that Mandy had found herself talking to space There had been a steady stream of callers at the parsonage since 11 that morning but she had long ago confided to the pastor that she suspected their reasons Dey comes In here atrackln up my floors she said an aaskln why you dont stop de circus from a show in nex to de church an den acranln dar necks out de winder till I cant get no housework done Thats only human nature Doug las had answered with a laugh but Mandy had declared that she knew an other name for It and had mumbled something about bypocrlttera as sbe seized ber broom and began to sweep Imaginary tracks from in trout of the doorMany times she had made up her mind to let the next caller know just what she thought of hypocrltters but her determination was usually weakened by her still greater desire to excite Increased wonder In the faces of her visitorsIDivided between these two inclina tions she gazed at Julia now The shining eyes of the deacons daughter conquered and she launched forth into an eager description of how she bad just seen a wondeful striped ana mule with a powful long neck walk right out of the tent and how he bad come apart afore her very eyes and two men bad slipped right out of his Insides Mandy was so carried away by her own eloquence and so busy showing Julia the sights beyond the window tbpt she did not hear Miss Perkins the thin lipped spinster who i entered followed by the Widow Wll loughby dragging her seven yearold son Willie oy the hand The wonvm were protesting because tbelr choir practice of What Shall the Harvest Deo had been Interrupted by the unrequested accompaniment of the boocbee coochee from the nearby cit cus band TO BE CONTINUED I II tIt Psb pInK i r sw ml r fl w 4mr la T lu fs41 H nael Remarkable Story The story of Mrs Matilda Warwick of Kokomo + Ind as told below proves the curative properties of that wellknown female remedy Wino of Cardui Mrs Warwick says t TAKE 7N It Will Help You s shoulderslimbsvousness fainting spells and other female troubles I was almost dead Three doctors did not help me At last I took Cardui and with the first bottle ob Car4ufrAT ALL DRUG STORES COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES o- rHAZELGREEN ACADEMY n n Saturday May 22 Wednesday May 26 PRIMAUY and INTERMEDIATE Graduating Exercises fcaturdny Night May 22 BACCALAUREATE ADDRESS Sunday Morning May 23 at Christian Church Ly Bro Wesley Hatcher of West Liberty Ky YOUNG MEXS DECLAMATORY CONTEST Monday Night May 24 w YOUNG LADIES DECLAMATORY and YOUNO MENS ORATORICAL CONTESTS Tueslday Night May 25 GRADUATING EXERCISES Wednesday Morning May 26 al 930 oclock Rev T S Tinsley of Shelbyville Ky will deliver tbe Graduating Address The grand oratorio TnE 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 WeekM O CARTER Principal PH IMPOSINGG DISPLifYY o- rEXQUISITE MILLINERY together with a large array of original models and becoming l 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 t MISSES MAPEL TROY THE MILLINERS One Door West of PO Hazel Green K- yKash to JohnsonKashDEALERS JN General Merchandise COUNTRY PRODUCE c HAZEL GREEN KY Invite the attention of the peopl of Hazel Green and vicinity to the new stock of goods they hove just received embracing general stores staple and Fancy Groceries Boots and Shoes Clothing Fruits and Vegetables in season Farmers Hardware itc and especially theiri1HAMILTONBROWN SHOES f a specialty We have them in all the varied styles and quality for I WOMEN AND MEN aud sell them at the lowest margin of prof- itAll ShieldBrand Clothing and Shoes of our former immense stock including in the Jot some very fine and many pairs of suitable farm shoes every pair a bargain will be sol- dAt Cost and Carriage and Even Less Kash Johnson 4 Ka hi 7 X 44L d t4 J