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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d1 + r+r rer J rv + J 71f ry ii 1Ii rtW ei I Vl T iJ THE HAZEL GREEN HERALDX 0 Established March 4 1886 Made Famous in the Story of Jonathan and His Continent by Max ORoll 0 no I 1BNCKn Owner A IOITheOldest Most Popular Most Widely Circulated and Most Quoted Paper in the Kentucky Mountains 100 a Year in Advance = u === = TWENTYFOURTH YEAR HAZEL GREEN WOLFE COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 3 1909 NUMBER 49 I Lexington and Eastern Railway Time Table In Effect June 21 1908 WEST BOUND Nol oaIi 105 STATIONS I Daily ex Dailynnd Sunday Sunday I UlIllaYIIIIYAMLve 1 Jackson 6 lOaiu I 2 OK Junct 6 151w I 2 25 piui iJ utu Beattyve Jc 7 07 ant 3 W pn 7W urn Torrent 7 30 am 3 41 pm 815 nip Nat Bride 7 45 am 3 fill pm Helium Campton Ju 7 48 stn 3 57 pm ti8 ali- il Stanton 8 15 am 4 26 pm 1i5uUl l Clay City 8 25 aw 4 35 pm 102 a- mLEJunon 1OJ3111d 9 OUam 5 Oi pm Winchester 9 12 am 5 20 pm 1012 ur- nLextonar 9 M am ti 05 pili102r um EAST BOUND Daily Sunday No2 ex o STATIONS I INo4 PM LyeAMLye2 25 pm 0 Lexington 7 3b am 2 38 pm 20 Wlncbster 8 13 am 2 4S pm LEJunetlon 120 8 2t1 pm 3 50 pm 40 Clay City II 02 am a 58 pm 44 Stanton44 9 10 am 4 30 pm Campton Juntn 38 pm 4 35 pm 57 Nat Bridge 57 19 43 am 4 47 pm 6J Torrent 62 56 ain 5 10 pm 70 lieattyveJc am 605 pm 90 OKJuncn 7011017 am 6 10 pm 94 Jackson am CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Noi land will make connection with the C Olly for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTIONTrains Non J 2 3 and 4 connect with the Mountain Central Ily for Pine Ridge and Campton 1I BEATTYVLLK JUNCTION Trains No2 Jelll make connection at Beattyville Junc With the L and A Railway for passengers to and from Realty ville A OK JUNCTIONTrains Nos 3 and 4 connect with the O K Railway for localI atntlous on the O K Railway W A MCDOWELL GeneralManager t OHABSCOTTOenP Agent t ata ag lime Table May 21 I9O6 WEST BOUND No a3 tNo21 Dally ex = STATIONS = Dally ex Sundaym Sunay PM Aaa 0 27 PM ABB 5 20 6 Cannel City 22 12 35 4 65 11 Helechawa 20 12 19 s 45 13 Lee City 13 12 13 4 05 20 Hampton 11 11 51 3 52 22 Wilhurst 6 11 44 3 10 27 OK Junction 0 11 15 3 00 Jackson 11 05 EAST BOUND No 34 IS SI No 22 Dally ex n STATIONS Daily ex t Sunday Suuuay M LVB P M Lvx I IA7 10 27 Cannel City 0 1 00 7 33 21 Helechawa 6 1 17 7 45 19 Lee City 11 1 23 I 8 24 13 Hampton 13 1H 8 37 10 Wilhurst 20 1 51 9 25 1 OAK Junction 22 2 25 f t 9 30 0 Jackson 27 2 30 l Nos 21 and 22 will make close connectioi i at 0k K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington and Eastern Rail way M L CONLEY Superintendent mountain GOntraI nailroaa No1 No 2 DEPART ARRIVE 000 a mOamptonll30 a m 200 p m Campton 000pm lNo2 No1 ARRIVE DEPART 7 80 amCampu June 10 05 am 3 80 pmCampn Juno 4 40 pm The Mountain Central makes connection with all L E pas senger trains B F BOLIN- CUNDERTAKER CAMPTON1KY the citizens of Wolfe and tSt INFORMS counties that he carries a line of Coffins Caskets Burial Clothes j and everything necessary to put away c I the dead in decent style f fgjrSpecial caskets supplied on 24 hours noticefinest made if ordered it funeralstc i q SEWELL C KO- BENotary Public STILLWATER KY Often his professional services to citizens of Wolfe county and solicits the patronage of all who mayLave legal papers to execute Office at his resilience uu BUllwater L it 1ii j4 1was COUNTY NEWS Local Items ofgeneral interest to a majority of our readers especi ally distant friends TRENT MesdamoB Geneva and Joe Brown wore visiting at Bethel Sunday Mrs David Pennington was vis iting Mrs Abner Trent over Sun dayLeslie and Ova Brewer wero visiting their aunt Mrs Taylor Brew er SundayS of Stillwater passed through here on his way to Hazel Green Wednesday John and Joe Beasley made a flying trip to Torrent Wednesday returning Friday Johnnie Barker and wife of Stillwater passed through here en route to Hazel Green Saturday Rev Ira Wells will preach here the first Sunday in this month Everybody is cordially invited Hon J P Rose accompanied by his daughter Matlee passed through this section one day re cently Arthur Kash of Landsaw pass od through here Sunday en route to Cfifty where he expects to teach this fall Mrs Lena Robinson who has been with her mother for the past week returned to her home on La cy creek Sunday Miss Laura Beasley who lidS been staying with her sister at Torrent for the past six or eight mouths is visiting homefolks this weekGanet Hall who has been at War creek working for some weeks returned to his home to be at the bedside of his mother Mrs Belle Hall Saturday Joe Rose accompanied by his three children Bertha May and Dewey passed through hero en route to Stillwator where they will visit R J Rose Muses Nancy and Nora Center who have been visiting their grand parents for the past week passed through here en route to their home atHazel Green Sunday Mrs Ora Pieratt who has been visiting at this place for the past month accompanied by her two brothers James and Charlie lett Tuesday for her home near Mt SterlingQuite a crowd was delightfully entertained at the home of Stella and Edgar Edwards last Sunday Among them we noticed Laura and Stanley Maloney Laura and Ida Beasley and Myrtle Trent i Messrs Enard and Charlie Trent and David Colflirou May 31 MOONSHINE Women Who Are Envied Thoso attractive women who aro lovojy in face form and temper ale the envy of many who might be like them A weak sickly wo man will be nervous and irritable Constipation or kidney poisons show in pimples blotches Akin eruptions and a wretched complexion For all such Electric Bit ters work wonders They regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood i give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovely complexion Many charming women owe their health and beauty to them 50c at all denIers HALFWAY The wet weather is throwing the farmers in this section behind with their work Quite a crowd attended Sunday school here Sunday We think it is progressing nicely Mrs J M Nickoll who has been on the sick list for some time is not improving much J II Nickoll of this place went to Matthew Friday to attend deco ration services there Sunday Finley Ward of Pekin passed through hero Thursday en route to Frozen creek and while passing gave Miss Nannie Wilson a pleasant call Mrs Clark Hanoy of Center O ia ao TO GORRESPONDENTSMall your Items early so they will reach our once morningMondayIfnot be published utileoa of unusual im portance Advertise no ones business and write on one side of the paper only ville has been a pleasant visitor at the home of Mrs J H Nickell for a few days C B Quicksall a student at H G A while en route home stopped off at the homo of Mr and Mrs J H Nickell Thursday night C P Gullet of Neola who has been in Huntington W Va for somo time returned Sunday He reports a good time while gone Pearl Gullet of near this place will start for Wrigley Monday where he expects to haye a bound ary of timber worked out for J H Strickland Co Several from this place attendee the commencement exercises at H G A Wednesday night Among them we noticed Misses Rosetta Little Addie Wilson and Roxii Nickell i Messrs John Wilson Leslie Little Carl Fallen and John Nickell All report a nice time May 31 NICK A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from a trightfn death is a story to thrill the world A hard cold he writes brought on a desperate lung trouble that baffled an expert doctor here Then I paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokane who did not help me Then I went to Cali fornia but without benefit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me and now I am as well as ever For lung trouble bronchitis cough and colds asthma croup and whooping cough its supreme 60 and 100 Trial bottle free Guar anteed by all dealers GILLHORE Farming is slow on Gillmore this year Berry Smiths wife is very illat this writing Most all of the people on Gill more observed decoration day last SundayJeff of Lacy creek vis ited relatives hero Saturday and Sunday Custis Ely keeps on visiting Days boro He must be trying to win a NickellMiss Alice Ely took the county examination in Breathitt but has not heard her grade yet Several of the Gillmore people attended the commencement exor cises at H G A last week Mr and Mrs 0 M Pratt and daughter Esther went to Lee City Sunday to see the Masons and Odd Fellows march Miss Sarah Pratt spent Saturday night with homefolks and will spend her vacation this year at Ha zel Green with W 0 Mizes fami ly May HI RUTH Could Not Be Better No one has ever made a salve ointment lotion or balm to com pare with Buckleus Arnica Salve Its the one perfect healer of cuts corns burns bruises sores scalds boils ulcers eczema salt rheum For sore eyes cold sores chapped hands its supreme Infallible for piles Only 26c at all dealers MURPHY FORK Bill Murphy sold a nice bunch of hogs at 6y per pound to Charles McGuire and Jim Little of May town Mrs Igo and two children of Roe branch were guests for a week- at the home of her soninlaw larlan Taulbee The holies of this village were scattered Sunday Some went to Ezel and some to the Murphy graveyard to decorate the grave Mort Cecil and wife spent Sat urday and Sundav at the home of Caesar Lindon of Gillmoro Their ion Lovey DoVey went over tp ConsolationAnother arrived at the home of Ben Murphy Friday last v Ben has four boys now and he says he is aftor enough to make up a Bryan baseball club Jeff Couch of Magoffin county visited his daughter Mrs Laura Belle Murphy Sunday and took in the decoration day services at the Old Grassy graveyard The baseball nine of this place are jubilant over the victory they gained from the Hazel Green nine on the latters ground Saturday They are looking for the Reds of Cincinnati to come soon and get it in the neck Sunday the writer gazed on the richest garden in this neck o the woods It is a half acre lot and everything growing in fine trim It surrounds the famous cabin on the hill but the home was empty and with a sorrowful heart I turn ed and left the scene Jim Dyer and wife Drew Stam per and wife Alex Shockey and wife Lee Patrick Sofrona Shocker Sam Elam and Miss Minnie Oldfield ol Grassy and Myrtle Clark of Toliver were sympathet io visitors at the bedside of Jeff Phillips who is low at this writing May 31 POET HOWS THIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and finaunclnlly able to carry out any obligations made by his firm WALDIXO KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by DruggistsTake Family Pills for constipation CONSOLATION Flove Cecil visited on Lucy creek SundayHiram Blankenship preached here Sunday Flavo Cecil lost a very nice calf the other day Henry Gillespie wbo has been driving a drummers hack came in home last week Arlie Cecil and wife visited the latters parents Andy Toliver and wife of Nannie Friday Ed McNabb and wife and Maud MoNabb of Toliver were visiting Arlie Cecil and wife one day last weekCharley Mire a Syrian peddler was in this neighborhood the other day and took dinner with Joe LykinsSeborn Walters recently bought 15 head of young cattle from Curt Walters and Tom DeBoard for a consideration of 185 May 81 XIX Trouble Makers Ousted Whpn a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr Kings New Life Pills hes mighty glad to see dys pepsia and indigestion fly but more hes tickled over his now fine appetite strong nerves healthy vigor all because stomach liver and kidneys now work right 25o at all dealersLANDSAW Hon J M Tester is attending court at Jackson this week Ben Murphy and Jim Little were in this section recently buying cat tleMra Rhoda Swaugo of Valeria visited the family of H L Whis man recently Stephen Stvango of Valeria vis ited his daughter Mrs E T Kasb Friday and Saturday Rojlin Combs our hustling team ster is now hauling ties chickens eggs etc to Helechawa PhoDua Maggie and Harrison Burchfield visited the family of Sam Burahfield Sunday- A C Kash of Oampton was visiting his daughter Mrs Laura McGuire Friday and Saturday Sylvania Hatton was taken very sick Sunday and Dr Williams of Hazel Green was called to see her Hiram Whisman bought three yearling cattle from his brother James paying 45 for the bunch Joe Halsoy and family Mrs Robert Halsey and children and Aunt Ellen Halsoy visited the fam ily of E T Kash Sunday N L Combs and children went to the graveyard located on the JB Miller farm Sunday and deco withflowersflowersProf K 11 Halsoy passed thru here Sunday dressed in his best goingbutnews for TilE HERALD in the near futureThe body of Ambrose Swango was brougt from Powell county to the homo of C C Rose Thursday and on Friday was buried in the Swango graveyard on the farm of Hiram Swango Mr Swango was the father of Mrs James Lacy and Mrs Camp Rose The time is almost here to hire teachers for the common schools Will those entrusted with the power look after the interest of the lit tle boys and girls or will they in their forgetfulness look to the in terest of some friend or relative If trustees would do their duty what a help it would be to those living away from schools such as Hazel Green is blessedwith May 81 ANON STAMPER BRANCH poultry William Clark was in this sec tion Friday on business Harve Stidham was a guest of Taylor Stamper Sunday Robert Brooks was a guest of Boone Stamper Friday night Misses Lillie and Julia Stamper ire on the sick list at present Roe Spencer of Grassy visited in this section one day recently Boon Stamper and son Ed went to Campton on business Saturday Mrs Laura Stamper was a guest of Mrs Nannie Stamper recently Mrs Fannie Brooks was a guest of Mrs Laura Stamper Wednesday t Jht U B Linkous of Stillwater was b this section Tuesday buying poultryCharlie Stamper was a guest of his sister Mrs Fannie Brooks Saturday night Mrs Frances Stamper was a guest of Mrs Nannie Stamper one day recently James Stamper and son Loyd went to Hazel Green Monday on legal business Misses Nora Wills and Stella Clark were guests of Mrs Lou Hamper Sunday Mesdames Fannie Brooks and Laura Stamper went to Maytown shopping Friday Mrs Frances Stamper had the misfortune of losing her pet calf me day recently Owen Coldiron was a guest of his daughter Mrs Frances Stam per Tuesday night Tom Stamper and wife visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs Owen Coldiron Sui day George Brooks wife and daugh ters took dinner with Green Stam per and family Sunday Drew Stamper and wife visited her brother Jeff Phillips who is very low with consumption Bruce Stamper wife and three children were guests of his uncle George Stamper and family last SundayJohn Clark wife and little son Earl were guests of Mrs Clarks parents Peter Wills and wife Fri day night Mrs Laura Stamper and daughter Miss Lillie were guests of their aunt Mrs Nora Sweeney who lives on Red river Sunday Mrs Annie Clark of Clark Branch has been visiting her daughter Mrs Mollie Wills at Jaytown for the past week The little son of Mr and Mrs Will Stamper had the misfortune- of falling off a tram car and nearly breaking his leg and arm Mesdames Laura Stamper and Fannie Brooks called Friday to see Aunt Annie Day who has been confined to her room for the poet year AuntRoseline Stamper who has been confined to her room for the past three years was visiting her nephew Mort Stamper and family SundayHenry Murphy and Andrew Hughes passed through this section Tuesday with a drove of cat bS u a tie and sheep for tho Mt Sterling marketFrank Lacy of Cannel City was a guest of Tom Stamper one day recently and bought a cow from the trading man of this branch price unknown Jimmie and Charley Browopa sIed through this emotion Sunday en route home from Mr Sterling where they had taken their sister Mrs Ora Pieratt who hasbeen vis iting her mother Mrs Geneva Brown for some time News reached here Friday that Juda Boling of Tulsn Okla died Sunday May 23 after an illneisof 1IIktorwas raised in Morgan county in which she made her homo until about five years ago She leaves a mother and eight children to mourn her loss May 81 SPRWQTIME Important Postal laloraatioi When you address a letter see that you spell the name of the pnstoffireshaveLou for Louisville When you address a letter or 1 card leave room for the stamp and t postmark in the upper right hand corner Postmarks often blur your addressDo put writing in newspapers or packages i if you do the matter becomes firstclass mail and you must pay letter postagetwo cents an ounce or you are liable toa fine of 10- Written or typewritten letters I placed in unsealed envelopes are subject to the same rate of postage as when sealed two cents an 1Postif unsealed provided there ianoth ing more than the address of the 1 one to receive it and the name of v sender Stamp must be placed on envelope and not on card whenen jPostand inclosed in transparent envel i ytYmustthe stamp must be placed on the envelope instead of the card and if there is tinsel on the card the envelope must be sealed Send money by post office money order for if it is sent in the than ner if lost in the mails the post office department will issue you another order Send valuable papers or mor chandise by firstclass registered mail for the post office depart mont will make good any loss in the mail not exceeding 2500 Patrons of post offices can get better service by renting a box which costs only 15 cents for three months If you have a box the postmasters work is lightened and your mail is not handledor looked over like it is in the gener al delivery The post office de pertinent makes great conveniences helpinreturnWhen you mail a letter or pack age see that it is substantially done up The rapid handling of the malls sometimes destroys a poor envelope or covering of a package and your mail ia thus lost You should put your name and and post office on the package and if not delivered it will be returned to you but you will have to repay the postage unless itiis firstclass1 When you move to another post office notify the postmaster from your former post ofllce to forward your mail and notify the publisRv ers of your papers that you have T changed your post office Letters from the pension agency can be delivered only to the person to whom addressed or to some j member of his or her family especially dauthorized to receive the rIfhave their mail sent in your care Use an ordinary size envelope and have on it your return card i if it is not delivered it will be returned i- to you and not to the deadletterRoffice as thousands of letters doyIf you receive a letter bymistake and it is not yours darrt open it but return it promptly and if you envelopeOpimod J your name 1A girl who would rather wash dishes than practice her piano leer son is a boon to humanity and fi worth saving i 0 f 4 4Mf J t H t- t r to r II r I o i t M 2 I J Pik 1 F t I tp 1 THE HERALD Enteredatthe JIniel Green Postoioealleoond olal I matter I ah SPENCER COOPER t Edlto IMIHAZEL GREEN KY THURSDAY June 3 1905 WOLFE COUNTY COURT DIRECTORY WOLFE iTCOURT JAMES P ADAMS Judge KELLY KASH Commonwealth Attorney I R HOLLON Clerk Meets third Monday in January first Monday in May third onday in Septea ber I WOLFE COUNTY COURT t G T CENTER Judge 0 B STAMPER County Attorney ROBERT L CARROLL Clerk Meets first Monday in each mouth I WOLFE FISCAL COURT Meets first Tuesday in April first Tuesday in October v MAGISTRATES COURTS District No iC II Fallen third Friday In March June tcpteruoer and Decen ber District No 2 Robert Brooks fourth FrI- day in February May August and November FrIdayinDistrict No tP K Leg first Friday Iin March May August and November District io6T C Hollon second Friday in March June September and De- cembert I District No Ctoy Hurst third Friday in a NovemberaIdayin March June September and De- cemberI No 8J M Lovelace first Fri rf rfDItrlct February May August und No e 9 DEMOCRATIC TICKET h WOLFE COUNTY For County Judge W B DUFF For County Court Clerk P L CARROLL For Circuit Court Clerk oJ C L1NDON For SheriffGEORGE tVSALLLY For County AttorneyS G SAMPLE For Assessor J T CENTER For Jailer J C to LITTLE tForCo Superintem entJ W TAULBEE 5 For SurveyorE CREECH For Coroner J RANK SAMPLE H t MORCAN COUNTY For Circuit Judge 32ud District J B HANNAH For Commonwealths Attorney 32- ndDlstrlctJOHN M WAUGH For County JudgeI C FERGUSON For County AttorneyJ P HANKY For County ClerkJ II SEBASTIAN For SuperintendentT N BARKER For Circuit ClerkIt OAKLEY s DROWN1LI For Assessor WHIT KEMPLIN For COronerZACII HANEY For SurveyorM P TURNER t r talkr1 Ii tion on the Lexington and East ern for a fow weeks past and the subject has been discussed pro and con but from what Harry Littlei iI the cattle trader tells us there iis sbme confidence to be reposed in tho Tumor While at Winchester Monday of last week he says re eponsible business men talked like tho road was a sure go and as ia proof of it cited the fact that th- erprojectorsr were to close a contract of Montgomery i county at Mt Sterling Tuesday f for a large boundary of timber land along the North fork of Red river the proposed line and said surveyors wonld soon be on the line to locate the route Asked f as to the projectors he said he did not hear their names but the peo pIe who talked of the project teem 01 ed to be confident We have talked r with some of our citizens about the revenue that might accrue to larailroad line along the North fork and they say there is a large boundary of virgin forest several t large veins of coal and possibly other minerals which lead us to hope that it is not all talk as many 11 rposed lines have heretofore proved and we hope in the near to give our readors some more authentic than rumor ttfuturo Day of our town owns or 1200 acres of virgin for Ifestalong the line of this road but 4ashe is absent from home we do- a i 1notknow whether or not he has fb had a proposition from the people who contemplate the construction t s poetsWhy Not i A dispatch in the dailies from Galena Kas says Because Ace Rains son of the postmaster here 18 years old smoked a pipe yesterday he was taken to jail and will face trial r Thursday on the charge of violating prothibiting minors from smoking tt lawlwhichto minors will be enforced strict lyWhy not have a law forbidding minors from drinking whisky cof fee tea using morphine cocaine etc Every thing deleterious to health should be included Eat ing pork is probably the cause of many diseases Eatiug to excess of anything dangerous to health Gluttony slays its thousands as well as tobacco Coffee drunkards tare numerous Plenty of church pillars have a terrible headache iif they miss their morning drinkof coffee as well as the good old toper who misses his morning dram Some people are crazy if they dont got whisky Some people are crazy if they dout get coffee Some people are crazy if they dont get tea Others have to tank up with morphine or cocaine Others are eating to excess Let us cut it all out Pass laws to regulate all those MilIlenniumThe same reasoning that would prohibit the use of whisky or tobacco would prohibit the use of everything deleterious to mankind The same law that jails a boy for smoking a pipe ought to jail a girl for dipping snuff smoking a cigarette or using poisons to beau tify her face Let us have laws to protect the dear people from them selves It will give our officials a lot of paying business It will make more offices to be filled If it is wrong for a 203earold boy to smoke why isnt it wrong for a 80yearold man to smoke Ii you prohibit one why not the other Mailed Letters Many persons are under the im pression that a letter once mailed is no longer the property of the sender but belongs to the person to whom it is addressed This is an error Under the postal regulations of the United States and the rulings of the highest courts inI the land a letter does not belong to the addressee until it is deliver ed to him The writer hap a right to reclaim and regain possess u of it provided he can prove to the satisfaction of the postoffico from which it was sent that he was the writer of it Even after the letter has arrived at the office which is its destina tion and before it has been deliv ered to the addressee it may be re called by the writer by telegraph through the mailing office The regulations of the postoffice de partment require of course that utmost care shall be taken by the oostmaster at the office of mailing to ascertain that the person who desires to withdraw the letter is really the one who is entitled to do so and the postmaster is respon sible for his error if he delivers the letters to an impostor or an unauthorized person The vital principle in our political system lies at the bottom of this matter In this country the state iis the servant or agent of the citizens not his master It remains merely his agent throughout the transmission of a letter The state may prescribe regulations by which its ser vants may carry a message for the citizens but it cannot shirk its responsibility to him Washing ton Star Shooting in Morgan Early last Saturday A F Gil ham went to the home of W E Holbrook and being under the influence of liquor began firing his revolver in the direction of Holbrooks wife Mr Holbrook was a short distance from the house and went to the scene of the trouble Gilham opened fire on Holbrook but failed to hit Holbrook shot at Gilliam with a breech loading shot gun about 80 feet and one of the shots hit him in the breast He then walked about a quarter of a mile to Scott Holbrooks and R D Sparks ex amined him finding eightyone shot holes removing only five It was thought by the doctor and others that Gilliam was mortally wounded but at this writing his recovery is altogether probable A bitter enmity has existed be tween Gilliam and Holbrook for some time and this is the supposed cause of the altercation Dingus cor Morgan Co News Winchester Boy Designated Representative Langley has decided to designate William W laggard of the wellknown family- of that name at Winchester for appointment midshipman at the Naval Academy in the place of a youngman from the district who failed in the examination a few days ago at Annapolis Mr Lung lEY has one other vacancy at Annapolis and also is entitled to a cadetship at West Point but has not yet made selections for these as he is considering the endorse ments of tho wpiring young men trV KENTUCKY KERNELS Carefully Collated and Concisely Chronicled I A tenyearold girl died in Louisville I liteIIA catfish weighing 110 pounds was landed by two fishermen near Durnsidi last week It is said to be the largest fish ever caught in that section It is announced that upwards of 50 000 rats were killed by the citizens of Nicholas county on the day set apart by the Carlisle Mercury to have a rat kill- Ing time A carload of extra fine walnut logs was shipped over the L N railroad for Baltimore Md by E N Forsythe of Maysville whence they will be exported to England At Owensboro the twoyear old daugh ter of George Rudy was killed while sit ting in a swing The wind blew a limb from a tree and it fell on the childs head crushing her skull 0 D Samuels coroner of Madison county was found dead in a twofool pool of water near his home Acting Coroner J D Dykes conducted an in quest and rendered verdict of suicide In Breathitt Circuit court one day last week seventythree liquor cases were dis posedof in one day and fines aggregating 4000 were assessed One woman was fined 980 for selling whisky contrary to lawThomas Arms entered suit in Justice Oldhams court at Lexington to recover presents valued at 30 which he had given Margaret Campbell a maid at the Palace Hotel under her promise to mar ry him She now declines to wear the matrimonial yoke In a fight between four women at Mavsville Fannie Washington slashed Cora Dale in the breast with a knife inflicting a wound which will prove fatal Lizzie Moore cut and flashed Laura Dale on the arm and in the hack fearfully wounding her Both knife users are in jailLying in a horse lot in a dying condi tion his jawbone broken his face badly torn and his false teeth driven into his throat with such force that it was impos sible to remove them William F Tate aged about 85 years was found at his home near Trenton He passedaway within a short time after he was taken to his room At the commencement exeicises at the Central City High school last week seyen little girls were burned to a crisp The dress of one of the children caught fire from a lighted candle end the clothes of the other children and stage decorations were ignited Horror stricken parents and friends caused a panic in the audi eaceEfile Townslev the 16 year old daugh ter of Samuel Townsley of Johnsonville Bracken county was found dead on the road near her home She had bet n riding a spirited horse which became frightened and ran away with her throwing her off dragging her over the rough road with ber foot caught in the stirrup breaking her neck as well as nearly every bone in her body She had been dead some time when found All conditions for a fair yield of blue grass seed become more favorable Dealers in seed are active in making contracts for the purchase of stripping rights on various farm throughout the blue grass country Quite a departure from the usual method of purchase seems to be in vogue this season as compared to former years in that farmers are asking and receiving sealed bids for their seed Thompson Tarr a prominent farmer residing on the Georgetown pike has sold the prospective seed rights from 200 acres of pas Lure to Stuart OBrien their bid of f553 being the highest received Other bids ranged as low as 400 si ss ElectricBitters Succeed when everything else fails In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists count- erDR 0 H WILLIAMS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON HAZEL GREEN KY Offers Ills profeitlonal services to the clll- zens of Hazel Green and surrounding couu trY and will answer all calls of affliction Office at his residence adjoining Hazel Green Bank For SaleA Victor graphophono with 30 records j will be sold for lees than tho cost of the records Apply at this office u Voting on School Books About one half of the counties of the statohave reported tho vote of their county board of education in the matter of selection of the school books to bo used in Kon tucky for the next five yearsrfho law requires that they shall meet and vote upon which book they prefer within one mouth after the I call for tho county boards meeting was promulgated by the state school book commission This call WilE issued for u meeting on May 12 As soon as all the counties have reported on by Tune 12at thn outside tho state commission will meet canvass the Vote of tho county boards and make the con tracts for books which have been selected by the majority vote of thu county boards Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood Weak and unhealthy kidneys are re sponsible for much sickness alilisuffcring- therefore if kidney trouble is permitted to I continue serious rc V suits are most likely to follow Your other I organs may need at f i tention but your kid- neysI most because J they do most and should have attention first Therefore when your kidneys are weak or ouf t f order you can understand how quickly your en tire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty If you are sick or feel badly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot A trial will con vince youef its great merit The mild and immediate effect of SwampRoot the great kidney and bladder remedy is soon realized It stands the highest because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousands of the most distress ing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and onedol lar sizes You may I have a sample bottle by mail free also a PPiugthowor bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mis take but remember the name Swamp Root and dont let a dealer sell you something in place of SwampRootif- you do you will be disappointed Rare 0oDholtu 0 Qhtg9- I offer for sale my residence consist- Ing of seven room cottage good lot and garden and outbuildigs One of the most desirable locations in Hazel Green Also my blacksmith and general repair shop which is superior to anything of the kind in the country being fur nished with a complete outfit of tools andstock of materials and supplies also machineryWillseparatelyFor ad dress JOHN H ROSE March 11 Hazel Green Ky- jijiEiiijiWINCHESTERIty N H WmiERsrooN Pres b W It biUAR Gabbier Paid Dp Capital i 810000000 j Undivided lrollt I 170 000 UO Handsome Deposit o- fpuver i i i 800000000 This bank solicits the accounts ol J merchants farmers traders aud bus loess men generally throughout East ern Kentucky and offers Its custom ers every facility and the most liberal legitimatebanking GEORGE RIC- EUNDERTAKER HAZEL GREEN KY I have several fine Coffins in my shop and am prepared to make my style to order and on the moat 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 TREES Everything for ORCHARD LAWN and GARDEN If F HILLENMEYER SONS LEXINGTON K- YkWrite for Free Cataloga- IDAY HOUSE Hazel Creen Ky Mrs LOU DAY Proprietor Heat table fare iin Eastern Kentucky A- larlte sample room connected heated and lighted by gas throughout and special accommodations to traveling men MILLI rlUuri l springtherefore I must fastidious We carry the FAMOUS Acn TRIMMED JIVTH and that means the very embod imenl of style to our customer stylishltendwearprepared to do HO now having the lar gest line ever curried before embracing 1ATTEUX HATS extremely modiste ltKADYTOWEAU III latest shapes UNTRIMMED FRAMES with a fine i selection of trimming A oninilete line of MlfSES and CHIL DRENS HEAT VEAlt Dponinop g I DBIOS pril9i0 1OiIrSYourAside from Millinery we have a full stock of Fancy Notions CarefuleelecItion of style mid quality enables us to olfer our customers CITY I moderate pries iSo complete is our stock Milady may array herself from start to finish from our counters told reappear a smartly gowned wemnnii i We have an exceptionally nice line of net waists and voile skirts Silks a spe wh 1 cialty A look will convince you Call and seeff MISS FALAY LONGII Hazel Green Ky I THE NEXT SESSION OF AZELGREENACADEMY i1- w WILL BEGIN TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 t I I 1909I 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and R luxuriant prevents splitting at the ends And it keeps the scalp free from dandruff Dot not change the color of the halt rormula wth bottle soury I orsAsk blm about It 1 do as bl says At the same time the new Ayers Hair Vigor is a strong hair tonic promoting the growth of the hair keeping all the t tissues of the hair and scalp in a healthy I I condition The hair stops falling dan- druff1I disappears A splendid dressing Mad by th J C List Co LowtU Uua I THE HERALD I I t tDRINK WAINSCOTTS ROXA KOLA I I John Bays tho shoe Drummer was here Tuesday j J John 11 Rose has been at West i Liberty this week I i Mrs Anglyn James is this week- I visiting her son A S James undI wife 11 Mr and Mrs C PKash attend ed decoration services at Maytown Sunday The trial of Kelly Fulks for kill ing Bob Fulks was continued uu I til Friday i iEllisJohhfion and Miss Eliza 1 l i James attended church on Lacy creek last Sunday Roger Bryan and Bill Perry two commercial tourists of Loxibgton were in town Tuesday t jfr Jim Beatty and family of Lacy creek yesterday moved into the i old Uncle Pres Trimble residence Children Cryi FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA I Reece Rose of Lee City has rented the new hotel property of J T Day and he and his wife will run the Now Eldorado I Prof Roberts returned Tuesday from Owsley county and says th people talk of having a railroad from Beattyvi lie to Barbourville a Mrs Rilda Day and daughter I Miss Virginia will leave Monday or Tuesday for a visit to her son at Bethel and her sister at Camar go Miss Nancy Sample accompan ied by Misses Pearl Troy and Nan cy Mapel spent Sunday at the home of Miss Sample on Lacy creek Advices from Mattoon Ill bring the news that a fine baby was born k May 27 to Mrs James H Amyx nee Etta James formerly of this placeII rJohn Craven left Monday for Mt Sterling for treatment for stomach and other troubles as hit t health has been anything but good for some time Lacyti creek was taken sick Tuesday night and sent here for a doctor D A 0 Nickell answered the call i rIIandl left her resting easy John 11 Rose returned yester day from Morgan county where he was looking for timber andI says very little is doing about Wrigley the terminus of the rail road Mr and Mrs Charley Sample and little son visited Mrs Samples father J R Rose and family Sun bt day and took in decoration services I at the family graveyard on Lacy creek IytI 1 A good joke is told on S F Reynolds our saddler A few days FII since John Murphy was in town t and told him to got on his horse i 1ridehim home and patch his sad dIe Mistaking Buck Hollons Thorsefor Murphys he got on him tf rodo him homo and patched hi saddle instead of Murphys It BO Happened that it was all right I oM The End of the Commencement Out report of the commence ment closed with Tuesday night The program for Wednesday was as follows Two piano piecei Manhattan Beach March by Misses Ora Campbell Etta Ringo Mabel Daniel Monnie McLin Rowena Kash and Mildred McLiu I Oration For Value Received I Promise to Pay by Carrie Cold iron Oration Luther and tho Refor mation by Milo Carter Class Poem by Mabel May Oration Hidden Possibilities by J Golf Long Vocal SoloLet Not Your Heart Be Troubled by Mrs Poteet TinsleyIFollowing are the persons who received the various prizes J Goff Long was awarded a medal in the oratorical contest and Elmer Barker in the young mens declamatory contest Ora Campbell received the medal in the young ladies declamatory con test The W 0 Mize prize watches were awarded to Carl Quicksall and Kate Swongo- I Milo Carter Mabel May and Carrie Coldiron received graduate diplomasThus ended another successful year of the Hazel Green Academy which has been of such great benefit to the young people of this section May the next session of the school bring still greater lau leIs Killing Near PIne Ridge A difficulty came up Thursday last between Kelly Fulks and Bob Fulks on a tramroad near Pine Ridge in which the former hit the latter with a monckey wrench inflicting a wound in the scalp The wounded man walked a mile or more along the tramroad where he foil and lay there until Friday morning it raining during tho night He was then picked up and taken to Lexington for an op eration in hope of saving his life but he died Friday night Kelly Fulks was put under guard and his examining trial set for Monday but on that day it was postponed to await witnesses for the defense Since then it has been continued willebe held today or tomorrow per haps Three men at a distance of 75 yards claimed to have seen Kol ly hit the other Fulks and fell him and also that the victim was un armed The accused however claims that the other man came at him with a knife and he hit him in self defense It is now learned too that the defense will show that the examination of the injur ed man at Lexington developed the fact that the wound inflicted by the wrench did not break the skull but it was broken in two other places indicating that he broke his skull when he fell on the tramroad The parties are related to each other and prominently connected and the result of the trial is awaited with considerable interest CAMPTON Born to the wife of Silas Tutt a boy Dr Taylor Center was in town Tuesday on business Oliver Kash made busines trip to Jackson Friday returning Mon dayRamon a nine mouths old boy of Roy Smith died llast Fiiday of whooping cough and pneumonia One of the ten commandments provides that wo shall not kill but regardless of this the work is carried on Kelly Fulks the other day killed Robert Fulks It is not known for certain the cause of the killing as both of the portico were drinking Rob was taken to Lox ington where ho died shortly after His remains were interred in the Evans graveyard below town May 31 RAMBLER For Sale Two of the Pieratt cottages for less than the lumbers and lot can be bought One acre I Iin each loti lye rooms in eachI house Apply At this office L w4tenv i ICol Jack Rittenhouso very kind ly furnished the ice for the Come tery Association and the Ladies Aid Society last week for which he has the thanks of all interested IThe young ladies of our town gave an ice cruam supper Wednes day night during commencement realizing the sum 85 which goes toward securing new seats for the Christian church Dr A M Laird of the firm of Dickson lL Laird dentists of Jack son will be in Hazel Green on or about Juno 2 for the practice of his profession Will be hero one week or longer If you want a fine razoras good as you can buy for 2oa11 this at office and got one for 1 We also have a few watches good timekeepers I that cnn bo had for 1I each Dont wait until supply is gone Taylor Day came in yesterday after an absence of a week during which time he was at Torrent Winchester and other points But like Finnigan the railroad con struction boss he was off again for Lee City CASTOR IIAIFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the7ff yg yg Signature of Ctyf Miss Esther Lykins a recent graduate of Cannel City Graded schoolattended Commencement exercises at H G A last week aud while here made a socialcall at THE HERALD tuuctum in com pany with her former teacher ProfI C E ClarkIStrayed from my place near Calla Ky Saturday May 29 a small bay mare about S years old with a speck in her right eye and a scarI on left foreleg A reward will lieI given for any information leading to her recovery Address Isaiah Vancleaye Calla Ky Dr G 11 Center and wife left Monday morning tor Albuquerque Now Mexico where they will visit the formers brother who is there for repaired health They were I accompanied by Miss Kate Swantt go who has been a student at the academy the past year who goes to Oklohoma to make her future home Bill Sweeney who lives on the farm of J R Legg Friday last killed a gray qagle that measured seven feet exactly from tip to tip of wings and its body was three feet in length Mr Sweeney says its claw and leg were as large as any mans hand and that it was larger in every way than any tur key gobbler Mrs Juda Ward came home Monday after a business and pleas ure trip of 0 or 7 weeks with rela atives and friends on Grassy creek She wove 72 yards of carpet in cluding some for herself and was also the recipient of a hatrdsome crazy quilt made from silk worsted and flannel designs the giver being Mrs John B Henry The editor of the Bath County World published at Sharpsburg is anxious to find out what banker not over 00 years of ago has served the longest continous term as a bank official in the state of Kentucky The one whestab lishes the fact of his having served the longest will receive a handsome prize Now bankers of Kentucky send in your claims to hiin Mrs Nannie Kash has just returned from Florida where she spent the winter While there she met with many Kentucky friend- and acquaintances Among the Opher Cull of Lexington a former student of Hazel Green Academy Mr Cull has made quite a noted evangelist in the south especially in Florida He is now stationed at Jacksonville Mr Cull is young only 21 years old being the youngest I evangelist in Christian church mission We are glad to note his success Together with Mr Cull1 and others Mrs Kash had a delight ful trip ou a ruu out to historic St Augustine t hltl 1 A Well Deserved Complment- The Russell County Press pub lished at Honaker Va pays the following compliment to Miss Lula Evans a former citizen of our town who has boon a teacher in the High School there for two years Tuesday night the intermediate department held the wrapt attention of a large audience Misses Evans and Stiff who have charge of this department deserve all the praise possible for providing an extremely interesting program and the manner in which it was rendered reflects much credit upon their ability to amuse and entertain an audience It ia not possi ble and probably would not interest our readers for us to mention each number separately but it is duo the management to say that the play Fun on the Podunk Limited and pantomine My Old Kentucky Home were ex ceptionally good and held the closest attention of the audience Miss Evans has taught this depart ment very successfully during the past two sessions and has made many friends through her work while Miss Stiff who has been with us one session has already endear ed herself to her pupils in such a manner that they would bo pleased to see her a member of the faculty again next year Eclipse of the Sun June 17 According to the clmanac a to tal eclipse of the sun is due on June 17 and those whoso slumbers have boon shortened by the early sunrise at this season will get a few hours sleep on that date The eclipse will begin at aboutO oclock p m Tho seventeen is also the date for tho new moon and it will trayel right along with the sun nearly all day appearing as a bright little ring The new eennceiii front of the cemetery with its archway over the gate makes a very imposing ap pearance and is an ornament to the town The ladies composing the association 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and frio volities of life and encouraged tot emulate all that is helpful in plan ing for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being thatliAs are our Homes so will be the Com munity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non rsectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible i reminder of the spiritual and tern righteousg44 living as preferable to a life that brings nought but misery r r jto the home Other departments and features are above the ordinary the unani- moush v verdict of its readers being The cleanest and best family byIij t gijj W REVOLVING h STRON4 WiR iI SINO F rreia t Jl DE KAtaiLU KANSAS CRY MO Union Lock Poultry FenceTo f 1Ioaah 0010 rtmatrdbl tna on lb rI fr peatit preI orcbm nd tdd tNak4 In rh eltieF Writ Lr atae oC 10 U tlI C 1 vJIooarcrcE co oXaI1I m Euu ClttlIo i IIIIW Jr eeaepy pt e1 rma fp rhNo WI POLLY Of th- eCIRCUS Dy MARGARET MAYO I Copyright IComI LiCompany Its scandalous I Miss Perkins snap ped Scandalous I And somebody ought to stop It She glanced about with an unmistakable air of grievance at the closed doors feeling that the pastor was undoubtedly behind one of them when he ought to be out taking action against the things that her soul abominated Wen Im sure Ive done all that I could piped the widow with a meek martyred air She was always mar tyred She considered It an approprl ate attitude for a widow He cant blame me If the choir Is out of key to morrowMercy me Interrupted the spinster If there Isnt Julia Strong leaning right out of that window looking at the circus and her pa a deacon of the charch and this the house ot the pas tort Its shocking I must go to her Ma let me see too begged Willie as he tugged at his mothers skirts Mrs Wlllonghby hesitated Miss Perkins was certainly taking a long while for her argument with Julia The glow from the red powder outside the window was positively alarming Dear mer she said I wonder If there can be a fire And with this pretext for Investigation she too Joined the little group at the window- A few moments later when Douglas entered for a fresh supply of paper the backs of the company were to ward him He crossed to the study table without disturbing his visitors and smiled to himself at the eager way lu which they were hanging out of the window Douglas was a sturdy young man of eight and twenty frank and boyish In manner confident and light hearted In spirit He had seemed too young to the deacons when he was appointed to their church and ills keen enjoyment of outdoor games and other healthful sports robbed him of a certain dignity In their eyes Some of the women of the congregation had been lncllned to side with the deacons for It hurt their vanity that the pastor found so many other Interests when be might have been sitting In dark stuffy rooms dis cussing theology with them but Doug las had been either unconscious of or Indifferent to their resentment and had gone on his way with a cheery nod and an unconquerable conviction of right that had only left them flounder Ing He Intended to quit the room now unnoticed but was unfortunate enough to upset a chair as he turned from the table This brought a chorus of exclamations from the women who chattering rushed quickly toward him What do you think of my naughty boy Willie simpered the widow lIe dragged me quite to the window Douglas glanced amusedly first at the five foot six widow and then at the helpless red haired urchin by hei side but he made no comment beyond offering a chair to each of the women Our choir practice had to be entire ly discontinued declared Miss Per klns sourly as she accepted the prof fered chair adjusted her skirts for a stay and glanced defiantly at the par son who had dutifully seated himself near the table- I am sure I have as true an ear as anybody whimpered the widow with an Injured air But I defy anyone to lead What Shan the Harvest Be1 to an accompaniment like that She Jerked her hand In the direction of the window The band was again playing the hoochee coochee Never mind about the choir prac tire said Douglas with a smile It Is soul not skill that our congregation needs In Its music As for that music out there It Is not without Its compen sations Why the small boys would rather hear that band than the finest church organ In the world And the small boys would rather see the circus than to hear you preach most likely snapped Miss Perkins It was adding Insult to Injury for him to try to console her Of course they would and so would some of the grownups If theyd only tell the truth about It said Douglas laughingWhat exclaimed Miss Perkins Why not asked Douglas I am sure I dont know what they do Inside the tents but the parade looked very promisingThe the two women ech oed lin one breath Did you see the paradeYes indeed said Douglas enthusi astically But It didnt compare with the one I saw at the age of eight He turned his head to one side and looked into space with a reminiscent smile The widows red haired boy crept close to him The Shetland ponies seemed as small as mice he continued dreamily tho elephants huge as mountains the great calliope wafted my soul to the very skies and I followed that parade right into the circus lot Did you seed inside de tentT Wil lie asked eagerlyII I didnt have enough money for that Douglas answered frankly He turned to the small boy and pinched his ear There was sad disappoint ment in the youngsters face but be brightened again when the parson con teased that he peeped- A parson peeping cried the Ugped MjisJPerkins thlnIJ ctt J I was not a parson then corrected Douglas good naturcdly You were going to be persisted tho spinster I had to be a boy first In spite of that fact The trodden appearance of Hasty In the JOUH0 pastors arms wan a white spangled burden of humanity proved a diversion He was looking very sheepish Hyar he Is Mars John look at him said Mandy Hasty where have you been all day demanded Douglas severely Hasty fumbled with his hat and sparred for time Did yo say whars I been sab 1 Dats what he done ast yo Mandy prompted threateningly- I bin celved Mars John declared Hasty solemnly Mandy snorted in credulously Douglas waited- A gem men In do circus dono tole me dls mawnln dat cf I carry water to de elphants hell let me In de cir cus fo nun an I make a greement wld him Mars John did yo ebber seed an elphant drink he asked rolling his eyes John shook his head Well sah he jes put dnt trunk a hlsn Into1 de pall Jes once an swish water gone- Douglas laughed and Mandy mut tered sullenly Well ash continued Hasty I tote water fo dem elphants all day long an when I cum roun to see de circus de gem men wont let me In An when 1 try to craw under de tent dey pulls me out by de lalgs an beats me He looked from one to the other expect ing sympathy Sarves you right was Mandys unfeeling reply If yos so anxious to be atotln water jes yo come along outside and tote some fo Mandy- I cant do no mo carryln Mandy protested Hasty Is hurted in mab armWhat hurt 01 TigerA exclaimed the women In unisonDone chawed It mos off he declared solemnly Deacon Elverson hI seed it an he says Is hurt bad Deacon Elversonl cried the spin ster Was Deacon Elverson at the circusHe was in de lot atryln to look In same as me Hasty answered In nocentlyYoud better take Hasty Into the kitchen said Douglas to Mandy with a dry smile Hes talking too much for a wounded man Mandy disappeared with the dls graced Hasty advising him with fine scorn to get de tiger to chaw off his lalgs sos he wouldnt have to walk moThe women gazed at each other with lips closed tightly Elversons be havior was beyond their power of ex pression Miss Perkins turned to the pastor as though he were somehow to blame for the deacons backsliding but before she could find words to ar gue the point the timid little deacon appeared in the doorway utterly un conscious of the hostile reception that Hasty had prepared for him HP glanced nervously from one set face to the other then coughed behind his hat Were all very much Interested In the circus said Douglas Cant you tell us about It I Just went Into the lot to look for my son stammered the deacon I feared Peter had strayed Why deacon said Mrs Wlllonsh by I Just stopped by your house and sale Mrs Elverson putting Peter to bed The deacon was saved from further embarrassment by an exclamation from Julia who had stayed at the window Oh look something hUll happenedI she cried Theres a crowd They are coming this way Douglas crossed quickly to Julias side and saw an excited mob collect ing before the entrance to the main tent He had time to discover no more before Mandy burst In at the door panting with excitement and roll- Ing her large white rimmed eyeballs Mars John a little circus girl done fall off her boss she cried Dr Hartley say can dey bring her In heah Of course said Douglas hurrying outsideThere were horrified exclamations from the women who were aghast at the Idea of a circus rider In the parsonage In their helpless Indignation they turned upon the little deacon fuel ing intuitively that he was enjoying the drama Elverson was retreating toward the door when he was sudden ly thrust aside by Douglas- In the young pastors arms was a white spangled burden of humanity her slender arm hung lifeless over shoulder The silk stocking was hisII from one bruised ankle her hair teUII acroea her Lee Telling it from the tfIL 14 u Poll ea tS J7 las passed out of sight up the stair way without looking to the right or left followed by tho doctor Mandy reached the front door In time to push bark a crowd of Intrud ers She had barely closed tho door when It was thrust open by Jim Where Is she he demanded Go way Cum hero cried Mnndy ns her eyes unconsciously sought the stairsJim followed tho direction of her glance and cleared the steps at a bound Mandy pursued him muttering angrily Dbncon Elverson too was about to follow when n grim reminder ar01lndIandstarted back on opening It for stand Ing on the threshold was a clown In his grotesque makeup His white clothes were partially concealed by a large traveling ulster held together by one button In one hand he carried a small leather satchel In the other a girls sailor hat A little tan coat was thrown across his arm The giggles of the boy hiding behind his mothers skirt were the only greetings received by the trembling old man In the doorway He glanced uncertainly from one un friendly face to the other waiting for ea word of Invitation to enter but none rams Excuse me he said I Just brought some of her little things Shed better put on her coat when she goes out Its gettin kinder chilly He looked again Into the blank faces Still no one spoke He stepped forward trembling with anxiety A sudden fear clutched at his heart tho muscles of his face worked pitifully the red painted lips began to quiver- It aintIt aint that Is It ho fal tered unable to utter the word that filled him with horror Even Miss Perkins was momentarily touched by the anguish In the old mans voice 1 guess you will find the person you are looking for up i The painted clown stood atone stairs she answered tartly and flounced out of the house calling to Julia and the others to follow her and declaring that she would soon let folks know how the parson had brought a circus rldln girl into the parsonage The painted clown stood alone look Ing from one wall to the other then crossed the room and placed the alli gator satchel and the little coat and hat on the study table He was care ful not to wrinkle the coat for this was Pollys birthday gift Jim and be had planned to have sandwiches and soda pop on the top of the big wagon when they offered their treasures to night But now the wagons would soon be leaving and where was Polly He turned to ask this question as Mandy came down the stairs Well If dar aint anudder one she criedNever mind Mandy said Douglas who was just behind her carrying a small water pitcher and searching torn bottle of brandy which had been placed lu the medicine chest for emer gencies You can take these upstairs he told her when he had filled the pitcher with water and found the liquor Man dy looked threateningly at Toby then reluctantly went on her way Douglas turned to the old man pleas antly His was the first greeting that Toby had received and he at last found voice to ask whether Polly was badly hurt The doctor hasnt told us yet said Douglas kindly Im her Uncle Tobynot her real uncle the old man explained but thats what she calls me I couldnt come out right away because Im on in the concert Could I see her now pleaseHeres the doctor said Douglas as Hartley came down the stairs follow ed by Jim Well doctor not bad I hopeYes rather bad said the doctor adding quickly as he saw the suffering in Tobys face but dont be alarmed Shes going to get wen How long will It be before we can have her back before she can ride again asked Jim gruffly as he stood apart twisting his brown worn bat in his hands Probably several months said the doctor No bones are broken but the ligaments of one ankle are torn and she received a had blow on the head It will be some time before she recov ers consciousness TO UK COKTIMBU Ii CrampsIThousands of ladies suffer agonies every month If you do stop and think Is it natural Emphatically and positively NO Then make up your mind to prevent or cure this needless suffering TAKE CARD J gl It Will Help You I suffered 9 years writes Mrs Sarah J Hos kins of Gary Ky I had female trouble and would nearly cramp to death My back and side would nearly kill me with pain I tried everything to get- relief but failed and at last began to take Cardui Now I can do my housework with ease and I give jQardui the praise for the health I enjoy Try AT ALL DRUG STORES r = =y 8 ffiorP == = = == = =l I 11MORGANi COUNTY ij ijI1J IIJII E iI a aOFCANNEL CITY KYEIEIiJ Ii CAPITAL S25OOOOO ft- 5000OO IJ il1J SURPLUS h UNDIVIDED PROFITS 205501 l Jl i AUTHORIZED U S DEPOSITORYt IEJYOUR tI t J 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